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wlmt wns going on. Presently
another report camo thnt tlioy had
been licmlcd off in both passages
nnil that a battle was raging. T
thought I could not stay at homo
under such ciicuinstaiiccs, so with
Mary's consent I hurried down to
the shore, got n paddle canoe and
started to see if nothing could lie
done to help our fiicnds out of
trouble; but wo found that it was a
false alarm, so we came home again
like Bopccp's lambs.
It had been a long time since we
had heard from Manarra, our teacher
on Fcfan (ho is at Kuku, on the
west side of the island, with hostile
tribes on both sides of him.) Ko we
started the other day to go and sco
how they were. Our people were
afraid to go lest they should bo at
tacked by the people of this end of
Fefan, whoso snores we are obliged
to skirt. They asked the people of
Lieaua and ' Uitep, neighboring
friendly districts, to go with them,
but they were afraid. "We started
with three canoes. Our people
wanted me to give them powder and
shot for their guns in case they
should be attacked ; but 1 refused.
1 did, however, take a supply of
ammunition, unknown to them.
After we were on our canoe the
people loaded their guns and took
their spears and wo started. There
were three canoes in the channel
(three or four miles wide) between
the islands thcro was quite a heavy
sea and we were in great danger of
swamping. One of the canoes did
swamp but as the natives swim like
ducks they righted it up, baled it
out and came on. The people
wanted to turn back, but that would
have been quite as dangerous as
going on, so 1 told thorn no. One
timcThalf the crew had to jump into
the sea to lighten the canoe while it
was being baled out. Mary and
Bculuh behaved nobly and at last
we got under the lee of Fefan and
so into still water. We were not
molested, had a profitable day with
Manassa's people, and were brought
borne at night in a sail canoe, as the
wind had grown stronger. Mary is
brave ; the loading the guns did not
frighten her. It is easier for her to
face danger than to let mo go into
it. The people magnify the danger
no doubt; but there is some.
The trip was rather hard for both
of us 'and it took some days to get
righted up again.
We have adopted some more boys
and now have ten to look after.
They are building a house for them
selves. We are resting these (laj's,
still there arc many things that must
be seen to. I thoroughly enjoy
looking after our land. Wc have
planted some yams, a few sweet
potatoes, many bananas, much taro
of several varieties, some sugar
cane, and we have line squashes and
a few small tomatoes, some radishes
and also water melons and mush
melons. July 15: LastJVidayl
went to Uman to have a communion
service. You will remember that
this is Moses' station. lie has
labored here four yers, but this
year is absent at Fonapc. His peo
ple have done real well. They have
kept up regular services and there
has been very little disorder or
irregularity. Mary and Beulah
stayed at home and with Esaiam's
heli) held all the services I started
about 8 a. m. Saturday. Mary come
down to the shore to sec me off.
She felt uneasy about me as to my
health and there is some danger of
being attack too. She, however,
bravely bode me God-speed, and
she and a number of the scholars
sang a hymn as we pushed off. 1
went on a paddle canoe, with nine
natives to paddle. Our good Mori
lock boy Johnny went along also.
There was but little wind and we
had a pleasant trip. I had made
arrangements to have some one
climb the mountain behind tlie house
whence our canoe could be seen
until we had passed the dangerous
localities, so that Mary need not
feel uneasy all the time until my
Conclusion next Issue.
to sp$Jj gaUUthu
FRIDAY, NOV. 13, 1885.
Stmr Iwaianl from llainnkuu
Schr Lllmlluo from Walinea
Schr Mnry Foster from Walmea
Schr Caterlna from Ewa
Sehr Mauuokuwal from Koolau
Stmr W G II.ill for Maui ami Hawaii
.Stmr 0 It Bishop for Kauai via Witialua
Schr ICaivallani lor Koolau
Schr Hitleukala forPepeckeo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Ilk Ceylon for Hongkong
S 8 .Iarl)03.i for S.iu Fititiclsco
ticlir Llliollho for Wnlmea
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Music at the Yosemitc Kink
Dn. Emerson's ollico is now at
100 l-'ort street.
Y. M. O. A. geometry class
'7.30 this evening.
TUB DAIMP BULLWE? SUMMABYi HONOLULU, a &, FBIDAS, SWWfflMBWJW
ii ii mi Miiinww I II II I I m immmmmmmmmt III II I M "I !f
Cot. Claus Spreckels has given a
second thousand dollar subscription
to the Kapiolani Home.
CoMiiAiins of the 0. A. K. will
attend Lieut. Peck's funeral services
ta St. Andrew's Cathedral this after
noon. Tnu usual Young People's Prayer
Meeting will be held In the Bethel
Union vestry at seven o'clock this
Mil. A. M. Hewitt's subscription
list in aid of the Regatta funds is
still open at the store of J. M. Oat,
Jr., & Co.
Tin: next social of the Bethel
Social Union will be held in the
vestry on the evening of Tuesday
tho 17th inst.
Mil Buckley, of the Fashion
Stables, is expected soon on the
barkentiue Mary Winkelman, with
ten or more horses.
Oun intention to have given Rev.
R. W. Logan's Microneslan Journal
in full, in this issue, is frustrated by
want of space.
IlAitnuii Master Fuller is having
all the mooring posts and fender
piles along the city front painted
black with red caps."
Tin: programme of the Regatta
will be printed in to-morrow's
Bulletin, provided no copyright
injunction intervenes to prevent it.
No concert at the departure of
steamer to-morrow, out of respect
to the late Lieut. Peck, U. S. N.,
and none at Emma Square in the
Tin: Geo. Kavanagli recently
charged with disturbing the quiet of
night; is not the Geo. Cavanagh who
furnishes non-dyspetic pabulum at
the Astor House.
Mu. Geo. Lucas is making a new
supporting frame for the wires enter
ing the Bell Telephone Central Of
fice, and the tower of the building
has been reinforced with iron bands.
Mnssits. II. and G. Wodehousc,
II. Whitney, Lishman, Thomas and
others, making in all a party of ten,
leave on horse-back to-morrow af
ternoon for a few days' duck shoot
ing at Koolau.
Tin: Honolulu Rifles are ordered
to assemble at the Armory on Sun
day, Nov. 15th, at 1.30 p.m., in full
uniform, for the purpose of attend
ing the funeral of the late Hon. P.
Konoa, ex-Governor of Kauai.
Pigs and sweet potatoes arrive
daily from various parts of the
Islands as birthday presents for the
King. A native at Koolau, although
very poor, sent his only and last
pig by tho schooner Manuoknwai
yesterday to His Majesty.
A ltAUK opportunity will be af
forded the public, to-morrow, at
Adams' sales looms, of selecting
valuable literary matter from the
libiary of the late Judge Austin,
and providing themselves with curios
and other thing of use and ornament
from the Caroline Islands.
A iniimvAY robbery case was be
ing tiied at Punaluu, Koolau, yes
teulay. A Chinaman, with a basket
containing several bottles of gin,
was walking on the highway at Hau
ula last Tuesday, when a native on
horseback came along, and after
severely beating the Mongolian ho
shouldered the gin and rode off.
An excellent performance to a
medium audience was given by the
Royal Australian Circus last even
ing. The royal box was occupied
by Her Majesty Queen Kapiolani,
ii. I. IT. Princes Kaiulani, His Ex.
Goernor Donnnis, lion. A. S. Cleg
horn and Miss Gardinicr. On Sa
turday evening another performance
will ho given.
. .. . . . . -
Is the Supreme Court yesterday
afternoon, the case of J. E. "Wise
man vs. Chnilcs Smith, maker, and
N. F. Burgess, endoiser of apromis
sory note for S200, was tried by
JiihtieeMcCully. Cecil Brown for
plaintiff, Ashfoid & Ashfoid for de
fendants. After hearing closing
argument for defendants, the Judge
waived reply by opposito counsel
and gave judgment for the plaintiff.
At a meeting of tho Honolulu
Rowing and Yachting Association
yesterday, tho application of tho
Mj'rtlc Club for re-admission was
unanimously accepted. It was de
cided, also, to civo tho Kapiolani
I lub an opportunity of returning to
the fold. A resolution was p.issed
that tho minutes of the meeting
which caused tho withdrawal of cer
tain boat dubs bo expunged from
the records of the Association.
Captain Freeman, of the steamer
Iwalaui, icports heavy rains, stiong
winds nnd nigh seas at IJamnkua.
Could not work Monday and Tues
day last at Honokiui on uccomit of
Ihe roughness of the weather. Tho
new double effect taken to tho last
named poit by the steamer lwulani
on her lust trip is being put up in
Tub schooner Mnnuokawai brings
news of exceedingly rough weather
all the week ami Monday night the
wind blew fearfully, and rough nnd
high sens havo been raging for the
last five days. Seven or eight acres
were blown down at Punaluu during
tho week. Tho seed was ripe at the
time and the loss will be trivial. A
rough log about 10 feet long and five
feet in diameter at the largo end
drifted ashore at Punnluu on Friday
of last week. It was covered with
branches and is thought to be from
the const of California.
New Christmas Cards for the mil
lion at King Bros' Art Store. 177 3t
Whether Adam In Paradise thought It
To Invent for himself an Edcnlsh tile,
Is a matter of learned dispute.
Dill very certain it Is, his sons ccr
Have thought a Hat needful, fiom
peasant to prince
To dltiiigiilh the man from the
The Mohammedan fogy for nges, he
Has stuck to lils head-gear of turban or
Tho frills of thcHaiemto "mash"
"While we infidel Franks, ho dcelaies
with a sneer,
Till don a new Hat every dav in tho
If prompted by Fancy or Fashion.
A splendid lot of new Hats in
men's and boys' just in this morning
at 171 Iw M. MclxnnxY's
Haw'n Oai rinscMaiif'g Co.,
E. 0. Hnll & Son,
Inter-I-dand S N. Co.,
llnw'n Agricultuial Co.,
WildciV Steamship Co.,
C. lliewer & Co.,
II ala w a,
Wailukn Sugar Co.,
E. O. Hull & Son
L. A THURSTON, Stock Brokei.
3S Merchant Sti eel. 151 ly
rpiIERE will he a Special Business
JL before Hawaiian Tribe, No 1, 1.
O. of R. M., this evening Members are
leimcstcd lo attend at7:!!0 o'clock.
GEO. WILLIAMS, P. S ,
It C. of R
GEO. C. STRATEMEYEB,
ARTISTIC SIGN'S A SPECIALTY
78 King Street, Honolulu.
P. O. Box 310.
Salmon I Salmon I
Juet ai rived, and for
Sale in Lots
Eraser Hirer Salmon
17.1 O. 1-Si'o-tvur .SB Co.
EX S S. MARIPOSA, AT
J. T. fat
170 QUEEN STREET STORE. Ira
Regular Cash Sale
SATUIID A.Y, NOV. 14th,
at 10 o'clock a.m., at Salosroom, we will
sell the Books belonging to the
Library of the late Ilmi. R,
II. Aiiktln, including
15 vols, lilnckwood'rf Magazine,
fi5 ilritlah Poets; uUo,0 vols. Swift,
Defoe, Shakespeare, I luucer, Spencer,
and muuy other valuable works.
AUo, ex Morning Star, a lot
Coral and Curios, after which the usual
assortment of Dry Uoods, Giocerles
170 It E. P. ADAMS & CO., Auct'ru.
Furniture Sale !
At the residence of J. A. Palmer, E'q.,
Berctanla St., hoyond Thomas Square,
On Wednesday, Nov. 18th,
at 10 n.m., wilt he sold, the
Centre Table, Wicker and Patent
Rockers, Uypsy Tables, Lounge,
Black Walnut Bedroom Sot,
Wardrobe, Camphor CliclTonlcr, Koa
Dureiui, Mirrors, Spring Bed, Woven
Wile Mattress, Hair Mailics, Feather
Pillows, Dining Room Table &
Chnlts, Crockery & Glassware, ileal
Safe, "Pansy" Range (now),
Kitchen Furniture !
and Utensils, Ice Cream Frcprcr,
Hanging Lnmps, Bath Tub, Hose,
Garden Tool'', etc., in addition to the
above, a lot of Fat Corn.Fed
Turkeys Jto DucUs !
Also, Laying Hens, and Two 7H Berk
shire Sows, 5 months old.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
170 Ot Auctioneers.
A NEW LOT.
FOR SALE BY
IT.i ID. JP. -iVcUniiH &, Co. lm
Colli River Salmon !
LARGE RED XISXX !
FOR SALE BV
E. P. ADAMS & CO.
Notice to Horse Owners.
HORSE CLIPPING done in the neat
est maimer, shortest order and at.
loue-t rales, with the new Amciienn
Lightning Horse-Clipping Machine,
which glides over them like lightning,
leaving them looking as smooth us a
ill med bo.ird. Nu more humane acj. cun
be done to a horse than to have hU long
coat removed In this warm climate.
U. B. MILtS, Proprietor.
Cor. Punchbowl fc Queen Sis. 17.5 lm
THE MAIL by
Will close at the Post Olllcc,
At 10:30 a.m. Saturday,
November 14, 1885.
MoNEV-OliDEn List closes at 8 p.m.
Friday, November Uih.
Keoistehed LinTEii Uao closes at
0:30 a. m., on the day of departure.
Late Lhtteks will bo received at the
Post-Office up to tho time of closing the
late let er bag, 11:45. Fire Cents extra
fee due on eacli letter.
N. B. In Older to expedile business
on Mail day, the public are respectful,
ly requested to nfllx their own stamps
ou loiters and papers, nnd scud all corres
pondencc lo the Post-Ofllco, and not to
II. M "WHITNEY. P.MG.
Post Oilice, Houolulu, Nov. 12,1885.
Has just received
Fresh Eastern Cranberries,
Mince Meat in tubs and tiin.
Table Raisins, Sultana RaiRins,
Currant?, Citron, Lemon & Orange
Peel; Almondf, Walnuts.
Prunes, Dried Peaches, Fresh Apples;
Tins Lady Fingers, Oswego C.ikes,
Honey Cake?, Ginger Snaps.
Wine Craeker.s, as-oitcd Crackers,
Chocolate, Cocoa; Huron,
DupecEigle Hranil Hams; Cheese,
Lard, .bbls. Beef and l'ork,
Kits Salmon, 'I ins Soured .Mackerel,
Lobsters, Lllilo Neck Clams, .
Quiihauga, Uouelcas Cooked Hums;
Plum Pudding, CiosseA ItlurkMoll's
Pickles and Pie Fruit;
ilapnii nnd Comet 'foil,
Wheul, Oats, Bran, Coin, Barloy,
Onions; Mjttlcd Soup, Star o'f tlie
Kitchen Soip; Kerotoue Oil,
Boston Dairy Sill, 101b. bags;
Buckwheat Flour; New Orleans Mo-
lusFCi, Cul. Sjrup. Maple Syrup;
Family Flour, Gunnea;
Old Virginia Sweit & Sour Pickles:
OIUcj, and a general assortment of
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
US?" Goods deliveied to all pirts of tho
Uity. IslunU orders will receio cartful
attention. Telephone 1 10.
171 lm OIIAS. HUSTACE, King St.
Notice, A Macedonian Cry !
The Lyceum not in Accord with
Union Services or Other Sub
stitutes for the Qospel ou
Sunday Nights, how
ever Good on Week
IT Is only thu Go, pel that is the power
of G d unto Solvation,
No wonder ihciu is a Spiritual famine
aud no couveiolous trom din und Sutau's
pnwer, us of old. Tuu Devil has his
way yti Death coitus to all.
Wesluyun mmisteis or local preachers
pasbing ihiough Houolulu to or from
the Colon leu (with leiiers of good stand,
lag), are invited to stay ovir a steamer
ami strive to win such for Christ In the
Lyceum Their expeiues here will be
paid, and they shall be made comfort
able. JOHN THOS. WATERUOUBE, Sn.
Save Yourself and Yours
Fiom Loss by Fire, Shipwreck or Death, by tnsuring Home, Eurnlture
aud EUcclK, Careoes of Sugar, Rice, Gonornl Produce and Mer
chandise, Stocks of Goods nnd Life, in the
I-Inrtlbrd, Conii., Chartered 181D,
AS3ET8 OVER NINE MILLIONS.
UNION FIRE & MARINE INS. Co.',
San Francisco, California.
Well-known. Sound nnd Reliable. Tho Only California Company
that Paid its Chicago Losses Promptly nnd In Full.
rJL71ie New Enjgrlarul
Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
The Old Reliable.
Examine Our New Full Term Endowment Policies.
All Policies Non-Forfeitable by Law.
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every Packet from tho Eastern Stales and Europo
Fresh Culitomia Pi educe by cery Steamer. All orders faithfully attended to
and Goods' delivered to any p mot the city free of charge. Island oiders roll
cited. Sitlsfaetiou guaiauteed. Post Office Box 145. Telephone No. 03. 108 ly
Cleaned and Curled,
TEMPLE OF -FASHION.
NATIVE Men on a R-mch on
Uuuaii. Wnscs. $.0 a montli
and Houc rent free. To ship for one
or two years. Will give good advances
to tlie right parties. Anplv to
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Bueincss Accnt.
Campbell's Block, Merchant St. 172 1 w
FOB SALE CHEAP.
SEVERAL good Horses, suitable for
general use, ninonc; them a very
tine single driver thnt is strictly flnt
class. Apply to O. B. MILES,
171 lw Cor. Punchbowl & Queen Sts.
O. IE. IMCIILEIEfc,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
I BEG to notify tho Public in general
that I liavo opened an office on
MERCHANT STREET, in conjunction
with Mr. J. A. Magoon, for the purpose
of attending to the wants of tho resi
dents of the Hawaiian Islands who may
need an Agent.
1 do not (online myseit alone to the
Business Houses, but nUo to the domes
tic clash who would wish mo to attend
to any matter of business, especially to
making puichases either in Honolulu or
San Francisco In any line of General
To tho Business Houses I will eive
my enieful attention In all mallets per
taining lo Geneial BusinctR, viz: Ad.
justing and Colliding Accounts, Dis
tribuiion of BIlli, and Circulars, Custom
House Entries, Bulng, Selling and
Iteming Real E-tntu and Personal Pro
perly. 3Jy All Legal Document's will bo
carefully and neatly drawn up by Mr.
I. A. Magoon.
By attending to all matters entrusted
in my cure in a careful, courteous and
neat manner, and with quick dNpatch,
I hope to be favored with a part of the
Agent lor Klinkner& Co. Red Rubber
Stnihpi. C. K. MILLER,
General Biisimss Agent.
Telephone; P.O. Box 113.
4'J Merchant Street. 178 ly
THE undersigned beg leavo to inform
the publlo Hint tlioy have opened
an officii at
Ituum 13, CumpboirK Itlock,
(Up StairO, MERCHANT ST.,
General Business Agents,
Wo make a Specialty of Book.kcep
ing, Collecting, Cu&iom-IIousa Broker
ago and Shipping nnd Receiving
Wo arc also prepared to tako inven
tnrles of Bankrupt Stock anywhere In
the Kingdom and guuraiitco accurate
returns, wo arc also nrcpireii to iur
nlsli TourlfU with guides and give rcll
able information in regard to routo of
travel and places of interest en any of
the Islands of the giojp.
With strict attention to business and
prompt returns to those who may in
trust their business to us, we solicit a
share of pationagc.
tSf" All Legal Documents drawn up by
an experienced Lawyer.
NOBLE, HARE & CO.
of Life Insurauce Agency in tho
CASTLE & COOKE, .
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
A GENTLEMAN wishes to purchase
Half Intcreft in cood Lodging
House, or other light Business. Ad
dress in confidence. II. H.,
171 lw Bulletin Office.
Election of Officers.
AT the Annual Meeting of the Ouo
mcu Sugar Co. held at the office
of C. Brewer Jc Co. this day, the follow,
ing officers were duly elected for the
J. O. Carteii Piesidcnt
W. V. Allen Vicc-Piesident
P. C. Jones Secretary
G.J. Ross Ticasurcr
J. O. Caiiteu Vudilor
Tlie above officers are also tlie Direc
Ion, of ihe Company.
P. C. JONSS,
Sec'y Onomca Sugar Co.
Hono'ulu, Oct. 27, 1385. 1C1 lm
Election of Officers.
AT the Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of the Waihce Sugar
Company, held at tho office of W. G.
Irwin & Co., on the flth day of Novem
ber, 1885, the following officers were
elected lor the current year:
Col. Z. S. Spalding President
Mn. P. P. Hastings Vice-President
Mu. Josr.ru O. Outran Secretary
Hon. Cecil Bhown Treasurer
Hon. Jas. I. Dowsett Auditor
J. O. CARTER,
Secretary Waihee Su 'ar Co.
Honolulu, Nov. 10, 1885. 113 lm
St'm Candy Factory
No. 71 HOTEL ST., between
Nuuanu ami Foit St-.
Has always on hand the largest Block
of Cutidlc-i, 1 oi b Plain and Fancy, guar
anteed to be STHICTLV PURE.
Wlioleniil aud Retail.
Rich Wedding Cakds
Of a Twenty Years' Reputatirn, all
Sizes always on hand, omnium ted
In any Stj le.
Pastries of All Description Mad to
Order at Short Notico.
Fresh every Day.
Bell anl Mutual Telephone, No. 74.
P. O. Box No. 75. 168
U AVI NO obtained tho services ot a
llrst-elttss Piano Tuner, wo wlU
to inform tho public that wo r.rc able to
Tuno and Repair Pianos at fliorl notice.
All orders left with us will be promptly
attended to, and all work wamimd.
ICtU ly WEST, DOW & CO.
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