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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11, 1885.
.StmrCR Bishop fiom Kattal, via Wnl
nltia nnil Wiilanac.
Stmr Walmaniilo from Wiilmaiialo
Htmr Jus Mnkco from Nnvvlllulll
Hark La'ly Haiouood for HohrIvoiij.'
Stmr Lehuti for Wlndwaid Torts
Hrbr Maim for II Ho
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
HU Alilon Bosslo for Hongkong
VESSELS IN PORT.
8 S Mariposa, Hayvvard
Missionary bktne Morning Star, I
Bktne Discovery, Meyer
Bktne Ella, Howe
Vi om Kiiual, via Wnlalua anil Witlu.
line, per steamer C 11 HHion, November
11 His Ev J O Domlnis, II English and
wife, MlssS Sheldon, M D Monsmrut
mul about 50 deck.
For Knnal, per stcanici Planter, No
vember 10 J N S "Williams, Mrs Cook,
Miss Margaret Hunt, C.ipLJRoss, Prof
M C Strolileln, Col 7, S Spalding, Mis
ICynncrslcy and about 70 deck.
Tor Kalinliii and Hana, pel steamer
Llkcllko, November 10 Mrs S G Wilder
mini servant, Chas Copp and wife, E II
Ballev, Misses Uffel (-), M Uffel, Mrs
W Wilson and child, E M Walsh, F L
Winter, Miss A llcckvvlth, Mrs S K Kn
Illnll, Mis L A Thtiiston, Geo Raupp,
Robert Love. Mis Wtddcilcld, Sister
Renata, Sister Bencdictn, I F "Ward,
Mrs Schracder, Mrs Wakbrldge, Miss
K A Waul and about 08 deck.
The barks Spartan and Colnmn and
the steamer "Wilmington from Portland,
(Jr., for Hongkong via Honolulu arc
about due at tills port.
The bark Hope was 10 days sailing
from this port to Port Townsend on her
Steamer Jas Makeo was expected this
forenoon from Kauai.
Steamer C It Bishop arrived last night
from Kauai with no height. The ptu.scr
lepoits heavy NE winds at sea yester
day and last night.
The bark Alden Bessie, Capt O'Bilcn,
anived jesterday l' M, 27 dajs fiom
Victoria, B C, and anclioicd off poit.
She has 210,000 feet of lough lumber,
118 spars, 10 tons of old iron, and!! tons
of old copper for Hongkong. On the
.4th day out from Victoria, 2 of the
Chinese passengeis died and their bodies
were committed to the deep. The Alden
Bessie will be provisioned to-day. She
lias 3G8 Chinese male passengers in
transit for Hongkong. She will proba
bly sail to-moirovv evening, taking from
this poit about 50 Chinese passengers.
ritrar Jas Makec sails this evening at
5 o'clock for Kapaa via Waiinac.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Refreshing trade winds prevail.
Cntcus again to-morrow night.
Her Majesty the Queen will grace
the royal box with her presence at
the Circus to-morrow night.
Tm: Circus boys says this is a
fine country. The wind blow s holes
in the tpnt as fast as it can be
"Tun Parables " will be the sub
ject of a brief lecture by Bev. Geo.
"Wallace at St. Andrew's Cathedral
A ckowi of curious people
gathered on Hotel street near Fort
this noon to watcli the antics of a
Mil. Lewis J. Levey holds a spe
cial sale of furniture and other mer
chandise at noon to-morrow. Parti
culars in advertisement to-day.
A large hog' fell overboard from
the steamer W. G. Hall this morn
ing, and after a swim about the bay
he was rescued w lien about to finally
Monthly Conceit at the Bethel
Union Church this evening. Sub
ject "The Micronesian Mission."
Key. A. O. Forbes will conduct the
Mb. Henry S. Townsend, of Li
hue, Kauai, President of the
Teachers' Association, has a thought
ful article on education in the An
A mo. lot of work, for the size of
the vessel, is required to render
seaworthy tho schooner Emma,
lately damaged by lire and now on
the Marino Kailw ay.
Last evening the King's eight
oared crew waited for the Myrtle
Bix-oared crew outside tho reef, and
were loft fur in the rear by the
latter on the homo stretch".
There was a good attendance at
Honolulu BiUes' drill last evening
under First Lieutenant MoLeod.
Tho company will probably know
who is to bo their captain next
Tiik steamer Jas. Makeo returned
this afternoon with Gov. P. P. Ka
noa, wife and child. Tho steamer
arrived at Navviliwili at 7 o'clock
last night and sniled again four
hours later for Honolulu.
It was rumored this morning that
Chas. McCarthy was married last
night. It appears that Mr. C. K.
Miller had invited a number of his
frlcnd9 to Waikikl last ovening and
the boys returned with wedding
cake ; hence the rumor.
This afternoon olllcer Marcos and
a nativo policeman made a raid on
a Chinese gambling den at Kttvvili
wili, near the Soap Works, on King
otrcct. Thoy captured nine China
men, with gaming implements nnd
n considerable sum of money, taking
nil to the Station House.
A Promise Meeting is to be held by
the Foit Street Church congregation
to-night, in the Y. M. C. A. hall.
Each person is required to commit
to memory and repeat some one or
morn of God's promises which they
have found piecious, and add, if
they arc so disposed, a few words
of experience or comment.
Tin; intention, mentioned in this
paper some weeks ago, of renovat
ing the lecture-toom of Foit Street
Chuich, is being canicd out in fine
style. It will look like a now place,
above, below, and all round. In
consequence of opciations to this
end, the prayer meeting to-night
will be held in the Y. M. C. A. hall.
Tiik Myrtle Boat Club held a
meeting this noon, at which it was
voted to beg the Boating Associa
tion to admit the Myrtles into the
Association again. Mr. Fred. Wttn
denberg has tendered his resigna
tion to the boat club, saying that he
would not have anything to do with
men who could so stultify them
selves. Tiir.KK is a varied pictorial dis
play in Oats' window, Merchant
street. It includes instantaneous
photographs of the recent interna
tional yacht race, and pictures of
other famous yachts than those en
gaged in that contest ; also premium
pictures to accompany the holiday
numbers of standard periodicals,
some of them regular little gems of
The very latest styles of hats and
hats trimmings arc to be seen at the
Popular Millinery House, 101 Fort
street. 172 3t.
Just received u well selected stock
of fresh artists' materials, directfrom
Winsor & Newton, London, per bark
Oiicule. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Sticet. 173 3t
John McCloskey, America's lirst,
and thus far, only Caidinal, became
insured in the Mutual Life Insur
ance Company for $10,000 in 1807.
lie was a gentle man, a sincere
Christian in the truest sense of the
word, and his loss is deeply felt by
all who knew" him, irrespective of,
religious denomination. The divi
dend additions on his insurance
policy amount to S3, 779, so that the
total claim paid will be 815,779.
S. G. Wilder, Agent.
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Whether Adam la Paradise thought It
w oi th while
To invent for himself an Edcnlsh tile,
Is a matter of learned dispute.
But very certain it is, his sons ever
Have thought a Hat needful, from
peasant to pi luce
To distinguish the man from the
The Mohammedan fogy far ages, he
Has stuck to his head-gear of tin ban or
The girls of tho Harem to "mash"
While we infidel Pranks, lie declares
with a Miccr,
Will dona new Hat eveiy day In the
If prompted by Faucy oi Fashion.
A splendid lot of new Hats in men'H
and bojs' just in this morning, at
174 lw M. McInkrky's.
Bro. W. E. Foster, P. G., was in
troduced last night at the regular
meeting of Excelsior Lodge, I. O.
O. F., by.tho tetiring Deputy Dis
trict Grand Sire, Bro. K. W. Laino,
as the successor to that office.
After the usual loutiue of business,
the Lodge adjourned, for.tho "good
of the ordor," to the Elite Ice Cream
Parlors, to take cool comfort upon
tho invitation of Bro. Foster, the
new reprcscntntivo of the supremo
authority of tho institution.
At noon to-day the Marshal of the
Kingdom, Mr. J. II. Soper, sold,
under a wiit of execution out of the
Supremo Court, tho following pro
pel ties of David Kaapa, dofendant
in a suit brought by tlie administra
tor of estate of D. K. Malm: 1st,
a parcel of land situated ut Kiki
halc, near Maunakea stieet; 2nd,
land at Kumunui, Waikane, this
Island, and, !5nl, at Koolaupoko,
Oaliti, known as the Ahupuan of
Waikane. Tho execution was for
8100.39, and tho properties were
knocked down to tho administrators
mentioned above for $105.
SALE OF QUEEN EMMA'S EFFECTS.
There is a good attendance to-day
at the sale of Her lato Majesty
Queen Emma's effects, by Messrs.
E. P. Adams & Co., among many
prominent people present being His
Majesty the King. Mr. Morgan,
who officiates, used a magic wand
instead of a hammer, and with
fascinating cadences anil Uorid dic-
tion wpos tho .wealth of his auditors
in exchange for tho rich and regal
chattels. The King this forenoon
bought two classic marble bust9 for
S20 each. Hon. II. A. Widcmann
for $30 scented the handsome book
rest that took the prize at tho Cen
tennial Exposition in 187G, and was
presented to Her lato Majesty by
tho Government. The piano fell to
Miss Stella, cousin of Queen Emma,
for $375. Among the unsold articles
in the main parlor, two that attracted
much attention wci e the beautiful
baptismal font presented to the late
Queen Dowager by Queen Victoria,
and tho stercopticon given her by
Napoleon II L At noon a great deal
remained to bo sold, and the auc
tion was proceeding briskly.
A gentleman living near Kawaia
hao Church heard a noise on his
verandah about bedtime the other
night. Going out to ascertain tho
cause, ho saw a man in the act of
jumninir over the railing and disap
pearing in the daikucss. This gen
tleman says there arc never any
policemen to he got by hailing in
that locality. At night the guardi
ans of the peace go home to sleep,
A letter in to-day's issue gives
the next expeiience of loss from
sneak thieving repotted to us this
Following close upon the receipt
of that letter was the information
given our reporter by a gentleman
casually met, to the effect that
chicken stealing out on the plains
has become a systematic, nightly
occurrence. Many residents have
lately lost all their fowls, including
the most valuable breeds in some
cases. Here a proprietor of tho
stoie where the above was told inter
jected the remark that a certain
clergyman had his coops completely
bereft of their feathered occu
pants a few nights ago. The
lirst informant then added that
another species of outrage was
the taking of horses out of premi
ses and impounding them, with in
structions to the pound-keeper to
exact 81.50 reward for capturing
the animals. Ho also remarked that
for thirty-five years past, it was a
notorious fact that chicken-stealing
was always prevalent immediately
prior to the sailing of vessels for
China and to the occurrence of
Chinese New Year's, adding in re
spect to nocturnal depredations
generally, "If we are not allowed to
keep dogs, or to shoot unlawful in
truders, the Government should
furnish every householder with a
chain and padlock to secure his
premises." He further believed
that the Chinese pedlars spied out
premises by day to facilitate rbb
beries by night, and was emphatic
in saying thrt "something must be
done" by the community for mutual
Still another lesidcnt a legal
gentleman said the police were
overworked they had to carry their
own stools on which to rest at night.
The Government should piovjde a
body servant for each officer to
carrv his chair.
WnuxufeDAY, Nov. 11th.
Ah Pang and Ah Lang were mulct
tho sum of $5.70 for. keeping
pigs where no pigs should be. Chas.
Smith, for deserting bark Cape
Horn Pigeon, was ordered to re
fund the advanced 8G0 or in default
to be impiisoned at hard labor for
four months. Ah Sam assaulted
Loke, and forfeited $10 for the job.
Kimo forfeited bail $6 for ignoring
the temperance pledge.
CHINESE IN WASHINCTON TERRITORY.
Washington, Oct. 21. Gov. Wat
son Squire of Washington Territory
has sent a special leport to the Scc
letaryof tho Interior on tho anti
Chinese demonstration in that Teiri
tory. The Governor says thero has
been much agitation of tho subject
of forcing Chinese residents to leave
the country, particularly in the
counties bordering on Puget Sound.
Several public meetings have been
held, at which there were present
delegates of the Knights of Labor,
and violent incendiary speeches wore
made. The principal point for these
demonstrations has bcon at Seattlo,
and there lias been a greit deal of
agitation ut Taconm. Thus far there
has been no outbreak, although
serious trouble has been threatened.
The persons accused of killing
Chinese hoivplckers near Seattle
have been an ested, and ono is now
in jail under indictment for murder
in the first degice. Strong effoils
have been made to intimidate tho
Chinese employes at the Franklin
and Newcastle coal mines, and many
Chinese are leaving. Thcso places
aro now quiet, but the coal com
panies arc anxious in tcgard to tho
safety of their property. Tho
Chinese Consul at San Francisco was
informed that the persons accused
of murdering Chinese had been
arrested. Tho Governor says it has
been his doslre to maintain order
without the employment of troops,
and a strong organization of the
better class of citizens at Seattle has
arrayed itself under tho law for the
preservation of peace. The situa
tion has been improving from day to
day, and It Is concluded that no
necessity exists for calling, upon the
military. If serious ttoublo arises
the Secretary will bo notified by
telegraph, and if troops should bo
required there is an ample force at
Vancouver Barracks, .within a few
hours of tho disturbed locality.
AGENTLEMAN wishes to purchase
Half Interest In good lodging
House, or other light Business. Ad.
dress In confidence. Hi H.,
171 lw Bulletin Office.
9 A NATIVE Men on a Ranch on
uv Hawaii. Wages. ?-.0 a month
and Houso Tent free. To ship for ono
or two years. Will glvo good ndv anccs
to tlio right parties. Appiv to
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent.
Campbell's Block. Merchant St. U 1 w
A PORTUGUESE, knowing all tho
different treatment of grapevines,
ti limning, cultivating ntul curing the
tllsotucrs ot tlic plant, olteis ins services
to any ono w ho may want him. Mc has
to sell some different kinds of vine.
Apply to M. A. GONSALVES & Co ,
151, W&8, lm Queen Street.
Creditors of S. J. Levey &
Co. Dividend Notice.
.A DIVIDEND of' 10 per cent, will be
-OL paid to tho proved Creditors of S.
J. Lovoy & Co. at the olllco of Alex. J.
CHrtvvrfcht on or after November 5,
18d5. ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
WM. G. IRWIN.
Assignees S. J. Levey & Co.
Houolulu, Nov. 0, 188:5. 100 lw
THE WHITE HOUSE !
118 NUUANU AVENUE.
S still continued on the same plan as
from the other' Inlands will please bear
in mind their rooms will be as usual.
In the near future we will accommodate
with Board li-o, at reasonable rates.
JOSEPH VIEttltA & WIFE,
171 lm Successors to Mrs. J. T. White.
Notice, A Macedonian Cry !
The Lyceum not in Accord with
Union Services or Other Sub
stitutes for the Gospel on
Sunday Nights, how
ever Good on Week
IT Is only tho Gospel that Is the power
of God unto Silvation.
No wonder llicic U a Spiritual famine
and no conversions from Sin and Satan's
power, as of old. Tim Devil has his
way yet Death conus to all.
Weslcyun minibters or local preachers
passing through Honolulu to or from
the Colonic (ultli letters of Rood stand
ing), are Invited to slay over a steamer
and strive to win such lor Christ in the
Lyceum. Their cxpciucs hero will lie
paid, and they shall be made comfort
able. . JOHN THOS. WATEUIIOUSE, Sit.
. Election of Officers.
AT the Annual Mectiue of the Stock
holders of the Wuihce Sugar
Company, held at the oflice of W. G.
Irwin & Co., on the Uih day of Novem
ber, 188oMthc following olllcera vvcie
elected lor the current year:
Cor,. Z. S. Spaluino President
M. F.'P. ILvbTiNos Vice-P csldcnt
Mil. Jojkfh u. OiiiTEii Secretary
Hon. Cecil Bruwn Treasurer
Hok. Jas. I. Dowsi-.tt Auditor
Secretary Waihee Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Nov. 10. 1885. 113 lm
A NEW LOT.
FOR SALE BY
173 E. I?. AdnniH & Co. lm
Salmon! Salmon 1
Jii't arrived, and for Htle in Lots
FRASER RIVER SALMON I
173 O. Brewer J4c Co.
Frozen Oysters I
Per Mnrlpnu at the
H, J. NOLTE.
Cleaned and Curled,
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
GolDiMa m Salmon !
LARGE RED FISH !
FOR SALE BY
E. P. ADAMS & CO.
Save Yourself and Yours
From Loss by Fire, Shipwreck or Death, by Insuring Home, Furniture
and Effects, Carcoes of Sugar, Rice, General Produco and Mer
chandise, Stocks of Goods nnd Life, in the
Hartford, Conn., Chartered 181.
ASSETS OVElt NINE MILLIONS.
UNION FIRE & MARINE INS. Co.,
Well-known, Sound and Kclhl lc.
that Paid Its Chicago Losses
Tlie lVev EJng-laxid.
Mutual Life Insurance
The Old Reliable.
The Pioneer of Life Insurance Agency In the
Examine Our Now Full Term Endowment Policies.
All Policies Non-Forfoitablc by Law.
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by ovcry Packet from the Eastern States und Europe
Fresh Calitornia Produco by every Steamer. All orders faithfully attended to
and Goodn delivered to any part ot the city freo of charee. I-dand orders foU
cltcd. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Office Box 145. Tclephono No. 93. 168 ly
St'm Candy Factory
71 HOTEL ST., between
Nuuauu mid Fort St$.
Has always on hand the largest Stosk
of Candies, both Plain and Fancy, guar
antecd to be STRICTLY PURE.
Wlioletmle mul Retail.
Rich. Wedding Cakes
Of a Tv enty Yoirs' Reputation, all
Sizes always on lanJ, ornamented
in any Style.
Pastries of All Description Made to
Order at Short Notice.
Fresh every Day.
Bell and Mutual Telephone, No.
P. O. Box No. 75.
Election of Officers.
AT tho Annual Meeting of tho Ono.
meaSugirCo. lield at the office
of C. Brewer & Co. this day. the follow,
ing officers were duly elected fwthe
J. O. CAivrEn President
W. F. A1.1.KN Vice-President
P. C. Jonks Secreiarj
Q.J. Ross Treasurer
J. O. CAUTEn Auditor
The above officers arc also the Dlrcc.
tors of the Company.
Scc'y Onomca Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 27, IBM. "' Inv
HEAL ESTATE FOK SALE
A RARE chance for socurine, a deslr.
ft. able hoiucstuid. Thieo Lots only,
mi i tin (:istcrlv rIiIu ol Maklkl Street.
adjoining the mauka side of Mr. Walter
Seul'u place. A very pleasant neigh,
borhood; a never falling nupply of pure
water In tho street from the Makiki
Reservoir. Terms, one third rash, the
rcmalndor In I and 2 yeura with Interest
nt 8 per cent. nit. Maps and plans can
lie Been at tun olllco oi
170 tf f W. R. OASTLE.
Two Suburban Cottnges to
FIRST That elegant Cottage hither,
to occupied by tho owner, John
Itobello, with lino flower nnd fruit
garden, stables, etc. Rent, 8(0 a month.
SECOND The two.story Cottage two
doors makai of the above, lately oecu.
pled by the late A. T. Baker, having
garden, stable, etc. Rent, about ?i0,
Both premises are connected with the
city water scrvlco. Apply to
1 Queen Sticet. lWtf
The Only California Company
Promptly and in Full.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
I WILL not bo responsible for any
debts contracted in my name with
out my written order.
Hanamaulii, October 9. 18"5. 11 lm
MY Office will bo closed from Nov.
1st until Dee. 8th, 1885, dining
my absence at tho Coa"t.
M. GROSSMAN, Dentist.
03 Hotrl Street. 165 tf
BY the Day, Week or Month. Hordes
broken to Harness. Horec clip
bought, sold or driven.
Next Bulletin Office.
AV1NG obtained the services of a
first-class Piano Tuner, wo wish.
10 lniorm mo puonc mac we arc a Die 10
Tunc and Repair Pianos at Fhort notice.
All orders left with us will bo promptly
attended to, and all work warranted.
1033 ly WEST, DOW & CO.
71 Quoon Street,;
Steamer "J. I. Dowsott,"
Mile Morrii, and
SALT 3TOIt SAJL.E.
Pino nnd coarse Puulo.i Salt ; line
Kakuako Salt, in quantities to suit.
Also, large and smnll lion Water
Tanks. Paints. OiR Etr-. K'e. R- ly
UNITED CARRIAGE Co.
Telephone 290 !
THIS Company, while thanking tl e
public lor its generous support, ate
-till able to furnish first-class teamp.
The steady advancement of this Com
pany since its organization, two yearn
ago, has convinced us that persons who
drivo their own tcamt. not only make
stoutly competent drivers, but, as a rule,
aro not likely to charge more than legal
rates. Any passenger overcharged by
any of our drivers will, on application
to our office, have the overchargo
promptly returned. The object of the
United Carrlngo Company is to bupply
the public vvlili good teams at legitimate
rates of fare, and hope by to doing to
merit, in tho future, filename liberal
patronage that wo have received In tho
past. UNITED OARRIAOE Co.
1ST Offico and Cauiage Stand, next
ior to E. O. Hall & Son's, corner King
and Fort Streets.
II1EO to Infotm my friend and cur.
tomers that I have removed jny
place of busineii from No.88 Hotel
Lincoln's Shop, King Street,
where I will bo on band to attend
to all orden for
Home and Ship Fa luting, Paper
at prices to suit the tlnio?.
C. U. PAITESON,
160 lm Lincoln's Shop, King BlWlU
f '. i t .
v-.-m difo '
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