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TUESDAY. NOV. 17, 188ft.
Stmr Planter from Kauai
Schr Ebukal from Walalua
Schr Rainbow from Kool.ui
Bk Colonia fioni rortlaud. Or, eu route
for Hong Kong
Stmr Klnan for Windward Polls
Stmr Ltkcllko for ICnhulul
Stmr Klliineftllou for Windward I'oits
Stmr SCokolli for Mnlnkal
Stmr, I ns I Dowsett for Mnlok.il
Schr Domltlla for ICoolnu
Schr Manuokawnl for ICoolnu
Sclir Mary Foster for Wultnci
Schr Walehu for Kauai
Scbr Kawallanl from Koolau
Sclir Sarah & Eliza from Koaolati
Schr Lentil for Ilanalcl
Schr Cateilna for Wulmanalo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Stmr Iwnlnnl for Hainakuu
Stmr Ja Mnkcc for Kapaa"
VESSELS IN PORT.
Missionary bktno Morning Star, I
Bktno Dlscovciy, Mcyeis
.Bktno Ella, Howe
Prom Kauai, per stmr Planter, Nov
15 Judge J Kaklna, Rev .T B Hanalku,
B Guerrero and w ife, Mi s P ,M Slmp
Kon, Capt J Ros, W Blalsdell. W C
Dart. 7 Chinese and 85 deck.
Stmr Planter brought 7U9 bags of
sugar, GO bags of rlcu' -14 bide?, 100
sheep nnd 11 hogs.
The Discovery will all for San Fran
cisco nbout Friday next. She received
sugar from the stmr Planter tills morn
ing. The sailing of the steameis Iwalanl.
Jas Makee awl Planter is postponed
The bark ilolomu arrived this morn
ing from Portland, Or, en toutc for
Hongkong with 350 Chinese passengers.
She sills to-morrow.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Honolulu Rifles meet to-night
The Y. M. C. A.
will meet this evening.
Latest The- Mokolii found Mr.
Brooks about six miles southwest of
TnE purser of the steamer Planter
reports abundance of rain on Kauai,
and fearful weather in the channel
On view at Williams's photo
graphic rooms is an oil painting of
the late P. Kanoa, Ex-Governor of
Kauai, by Mr. Furncaux.
To-morrow at 10 o'clock E. P.
Adams & Co. sell furniture at Mr.
J. A. Palmer's residence, to which
free conveyance will be provided.
Mr. N. H. Babcock has left
Messrs. West, Dow and Co.'s piano
tuning department and gone to Hilo
to run Mr. Smith's new skating rink.
One of the front wheels of ex
press carriage No. 2 w.ts struck by
a passing team Saturday night in
front of the circus tent and badly
TnE Bethel Social Union will meet
this evening in the vestry nt 7:30
o'clock. An attractive progiamme,
both literary and musical, will be
Tun duck shooting party returned
from Koolau this morning with 71
ducks and 78 plover. They say the
weather was disagreeable and un
favorable for shooting.
Lewis J. Levey will sell to-morrow
at his salesroom, at 12 noon, 100
bales California hay. Also, will be
held mortgagee's sale of several
parcels of land at Wainlua; also
land at Waihee, Maui.
The Honolulu Social Science Asso
ciation met last evening at the resi
dence of Dr. Rodgcrs. A paper on
the proposed reform in spelling was
read by Dr. Einorson and an inter
esting discussion followed.
The Royal Australian Circus gave
fine performances Satuiday nnd
Monday nights, obtaining average
houses. The closing pantoinimo
was very amusing. This afternoon
tho company go to Wuiluku, Maui,
for a short season.
Fi.ajs aro flying at half-mast from
the fire houses for the death of
John Baker, a member of No. -1
Company, who died yesterday after
noon. Deceased was a hackman,
living at the head of Muunnkea
Htreet, and was past middle ago at his
Mn. Arthur Johnstone, editor of
the Daily I'ress, and Miss Julia II.
Afong, were joined in the holy bonds
on Saturday evening last, tho Rev.
J. A. Crtizan officiating, Tho
Bulletin extends cordial congratu
lations to its contemporary's chiof,
and wishes the linppy couple a long
and joyous wedded life.
The missionary barkentlno Morn
intr Star will sail on Thursday morn
ing at 10 a. si. Calling at Hilo the
vessel will take Dr. Wotmore on
bnard, who is going to visit the
missionaries on the Marshall and
Caioliup Islands, by request of the
Hawaiian Board. Letters or papers
for the mission may be left at tho
office of the Hawaiian Board, Snilor's
There was aseiions disturbance
at the "blue gate," painted yellow,
on Merchant street, at noon to-day.
What it was about and what it
amounted to can only bo judged by,
tho sdieut scene following. The
notorious ncgio James Williams
came out with his head badly cut
from the smashing of a bottle over
it by a "white man from Maui," as
he wns described by a bystander.
The ncgio's assailant emerged
covered with blood from the other's
wounds, the negro having had him
down on the floor in the course of
the row. There were loud cries of
"haul in" from the inmates and
neighbors, but no police to respond.
Consequently the principals in the
New Christmas Cards for the mil
lion at King Bros' Art Stoic. 177 3t
Fitcsn Mince Pics daily from nnd
after date at Meller & Ilalbe's Con
FnF.su Ci earn Cakes and Eilairs
daily from and after date at Meller
& lialbo's Confectionery. 177
Mit. N. II. Babcock, being no
longer in our employ, is not author
izctl to receive money or take orders
or to receipt bills for us.
178 3t West, Dow & Co.
Whether Adam In Par.idlse thought it
w oi in while
To linent for himself an Edenlsh tile,
Is a matter of learned dispute.
But very ccitain It is, his sons eer
Have thought a Hal needful, from
pciMint to prince
To distinguish the man from the
The Mohammedan fogy for ages, he
lias stuck to his head-gear of turban or
The gills of the Harem to " mash "
While we infidel Franks, he declares
with a sneer,
Will don u new Hat every day In the
If prompted by Fancy oi Fashion.
A splendid lot of new Hats in
men's and boys' just in this morning
at 17-1 lw M. McInerny's
DRIFTED TO SEA.
night Mr. Brooks, chief
of the steamer Likelike,
to board the vessel then
lying in the stream, rnocuied one of
the steamer Mokolii's surf boats,
and proceeded to scull out. He
managed topiopelthe boat into mid
stream, when he saw he could not
i each the steamer and shouted, "I
can't make the boat." The sailors
on board the Likelike heard him but
did not recognize his voice at the
time. The wind was blowing stiffly
last night, and as Mr. Brooks has
not been heaid from it is feared that
he was blown to sen. The steamer
Mokolii was despatched to sea at 10
o'clock this morning in search of
Rough weather is repotted by the
masters of vessels artived during
Friday night and Saturday morning.
Capt. Kibling says the weather wus
fearful in the channel that night.
At Ilanapopc the rain was so great
that only rice fields could be worked.
The Dowsett reports strong S. E.
winds, heavy cioss sens and rainy
squalls, and rough weather all about
Molokai for the last few days. At
the western side of the island it was
too rough to effect a landing. The
steamer had all tho wind she could
possibh bear in the channel that
The Makee reports rough weather :
"It blew like old Harry," says Ben
Norton, "lained dogs and cats, and
the sea was so rough that a bull on
the vessel was swimming about the
deck". The Makee took two buoys
to Kapaa, but the sea being so bois
terous, all attempts to anchor them
Mr. D. M. Crowley has just ic-
turned from a business tour of the
Kan dibtrict, and reports the season's
sugar iuteiests to bo unusually pro
mising and the mills commencing to
grind the largest crop yet raised in
At Puliaia tho only thicatcned
drawback was want of water, caused
probably by tho force of tho trade
wind oi) that bend of the Island in
ci easing evaporation. There is,
however, an unlimited supply to be
had by tapping tho mountains.
At Pahula, Ililca, Hauiinpo and
Naalehu plantations tho labor is
chiefly Poitugucijo, ond tho people
appear contented and happy, but
they appear to havo the most co'm
fortnblo icsidences and be.t lots at
Pnhala of any of tho other places.
Tho Japanese at Honuapo nro
giving so much satisfaction that
they will bo in request, and probably
supplant some of tho Portuguese nt
Ililca and Naalehu.
Ono of tho piincipal troubles
managers lmo to fight is drink, aud
the Portuguese aro adepts in brew
ing a beer that tickles the native
palate and draws thoir spare quar
ters, besides unfitting them for
stead' work. Ono Poitugueso
brewer was just sent from Pnhala to
the reef for siv: months. The cry
of every manager is, "Keep the
Mr. Crowley lectin cd on temper
ance at Wnioliinu, Naalehu, Illlon
and Punaluu and showed Dr. Kel
logg's ten chai ts of tho physical
effects of alcohol and tobacco. At
Honuapo the natives pioposo erect
ing a new church, which is much
wanted. They have collected $80,
and hopo for outside help, as they
Mr. Ciowley has read Nota Bcno's
letter and intends replying.
LARGE LAND SALE.
To-day Messrs. E. P. Adams As
Co., on behalf of the Marshal, Mr.
J. II. Soper, and by virtue of a
decree made by the Supremo Court,
and of an older of Mr. Justice
Preston thereunder, in the cause of
J. R. Silva and others vs. A. J.
Lopez and others, sold ptopcrtics as
1 A lot at Wailelc, Mnnoa, Island
of Oahu, containing 70-100 of an
acre. Bought by Princess Likelike
2 A lot at Manoa, 1.97-100 acre.
Bought by J. Gonsalves for $730.
3 A lot at Manoa, 36.10-100
acres. Bought by Henson and Kid
well for S'J40.
1 A lot at Wailele, Mnnoa, 1G.-43-100
acres. Bought by Louis
Andrade for $550.
5 A lot at Manoa, 54 acres.
Bought by F. H. Haysclden for
G A lot at Manoa, 1.30-100 acre.
Bought by Kaluku for $200.
7 Pieces of land at Knhapapa,
Waianae, Oahu, containing 2 acres
5.G2-100 chains. Bought by Waia
nae Sugar Co. for $800.
8 A lot nt Knraoiliili, 3.3G-100
Bought by Princess Likelike for
9 All tho tight, title and interest
of the complainants m the said suit,
in the Hui Aina of Ktipaliluahinc at
Manoa. Bought by Godfrey Brown
10 A lease made July 1st, 1879,
by Simon Kaai, attorney for Piincess
Ruth, to J. R. Silva, the propeity
being desctibed in a mortgage dated
Aug. 13th,' 1883, made by the com
plainant to the defendant Lopez.
Bought by Milbon and Andrade for
Tuesday, Nov. 17th.
In Chambers, before Preston, J.
In the matter of Charles Williams,
a bankrupt. Hearing on his peti
tion for dischaige from debts. Cecil
Brown, attorney for Charles Wil
liams. No one appeared to contest
the application. The bankrupt sub
scribed to an oatli to the effeit that
he had not been pi ivy to any act,
matter or thing speciiled as a ground
for withholding his discharge or in
validating the same if granted. The
Court granted the prayer of the
petition -and ordered Chas. Williams
clischaigcd fiom his debts. This is
the first discharge gi anted under the
new bankruptcy Act of 1884.
Jona. Austin and S. L. Austin vs.
C. Brewer & Co. Ashford & Ash
ford for plnintiffs., F. M. Hntch for
defendants. By consent of the
parties, the Court extended the time
for liling answer to Monday, Nov.
Before McCully, J.
In the matter of the Bankruptey
of Lorrin A. Andrews, of Makawao,
Island of Maui. W. It. Castle for
Philip Butler, petitioning creditor ;
Wm. A. Whiting for M. M. Taylor,
attorney in fact of said Andiews,
who'is absent from the Kingdom.
Mr. Whiting admitted the allega
tions of the petition and had no de
fense to make. The Court ordered
that said Andrews bo adjudged a
bankrupt and that creditors prove
their claims on Monday, Nov. 80,
1885, and iilso to elect an assignee
In tho matter of Sing Sung Kce &
Co., of Kahului, Maui, W. C.
Pnike, tho assignee, presented his
accounts and asked for his dis
charge. The Court appointed Satur
day, Nov. 21st, 1885, as the day
for healing the accounts. Total
assets $225.38; prefened claims
636.48; amount to be distributed
among creditors at the rate of 8 2-5
In the matter of tho estate of
Hugh McDouna, deceased. A. J.
Cartwiight, executor, pi evented his
accounts and asked for his discharge.
The Court appointed Tuesday,
December 15, 1885, ns tho day for
hearing accounts and ordeiing his
discharge. The assets aio $1,795.
98, payments $1,077.87, balance
In the matter of the estate of
Paul Kanoa, lute of Honolulu, de
ceased intestate. His Ex. P. P.
Kanoa and Kubnnaauwai, widow of
the deceased, i filed petition asking
i.'U" 'I Hi" , ', 1L
that they bo appointed administra
tors of tho intestate. The Couit
appointed Tuesday, Dec. 8, 1885,
before the Chief Justice, as tho day
for hearing tho application. J. M.
Pocpoc appeared for tho petitioners.
Tho estimated value of tho estate is
Friday, Nov. 13th.
Ah Sau, Ah You, Ah Sing, On
See, Ah Matt, Ah Yce, Ah Sam, nnd
Ah Jona, for gnmiug, were fined
$10 and costs $1.10, each, and sent
over the reef '8 hours. Wing Wo,
for common nuisance, keeping filthy
premises, was fined including costs
Satuiidat, Nov. 18th.
Ku Fai was committed for trial at
January Term of the Supreme Court
for forgery. Tho prisoner had pre
sented a bill on Ah Ku, at tho store
of Sing Chonc & Co., for labor,
stamped with Tong Kcc's name, and
asked to have the paper cashed, as
he was going away to China. The
bill was for the sum of $275. To
get tho stamp made, he had paid
$15 to King Luin. L. J. Scott, for
disorderly conduct during the night,
was remanded for judgment to tho
Tuesday, Nov. 17th.
Sam Kauaua, Jack Kaaea, Frank
Metcalf, Kaaua, Jim Auld, Kiwalu,
John Hapu, Kailipini (w.), Antono
Gonsalves, Kawaihoa, Kalimapchu,
Kale, Kuaca, Kahawai, Pilako, Kna
lii, Kchuapaiwa, Peho, Nahoa, Mrs.
Roe, Luluka, Mahohou, Kainoa,
Kaae, Nohua, Kahikinn, Kcoki, and
Knleiauki, were mulct in $G each
for drunkenness. Kahaikapuna foi
feited bail $10 for affray. Agnacia
Masson, Pipilani and Akana, were
lined $5 and costs each, for furious
driving. Ah Ho, for driving an ex
press without license, was lined $25.
J. Williams, for disorderly conduct,
was sentenced to imprisonment at
hard labor 4 days. Geo. Vogt and
Kahattlolc, on the same charge, got
48 hours each. Ah Shun got 10 days
for assault and battery.
No. CO Nuuanu Street.
House and Lot For Sale.
Next to the residence of J.
Column, Kinau Street. House
contains 6 rooms, conk house
and pantr There are nlsn Rmh Hous",
cables nnd a largo Chicken Yard. Ap
ply to .1. LYiEIT,
177 3t Ilonolnlu Iron Works.
Two Suburban Cottages to
FIRST. That elegant Cottage hither.
tt occupied by the owner, John
Rol-ello, with fine flower and fruit
garden, stables, etc. Rent, $.0 a month.
SECOND The twostory Cottnge two
doors mulciii of the above, lntdy oecu
pled by the late A. T Baker, having
garden, Rtable, etc. Rent, about $-0.
Both premises aro connected with the
city water seivice. Aj ply to
Queen Sticct. 101 tf
THE undersigned beg lcavo to inform
the public that they have opentd
an office at
Room lit, CnmpItell'H Jllock,
(Up Stairs), MERCHANT ST.,
General Business Agents,
We mako a Specialty of Book-keeping,
Collecting, Custom-House Broker,
use and Shipping and Receiving
Wo nro nUo prepared to take inven.
to-ie of ISankrup siock anywhere in
the Kingdom and guoiantce accurato
returns. Wc aro altn prepared to fur
nlbh Tourist) with guidon and givo rell
ablo information in regard to route of
travel nnd places of interest on nny of
the Islnnds of the group.
With strict attention to business and
prompt returns to tho-o who may in
trust their business to us, wo solicit a
share of patronage.
CST" All Legal DncuincntH drawn up by
an experienced Lawyer.
NOBLE, HARE & CO.
UMITEB CARRIAGE Co. !
Telephone 290 I
rpiUS Company, wliilu thanking tlie
X public lor iti generous H'ippoit. ure
t-till able tn furnish tlrst-cluss teams.
Thu steady advnnu merit of this Com.
pany sluco lis i ionization, tvo jcars
ajio, has convinced us tlmi persona who
drive their own teams not only nmko
stoidy compctmtdrhcrB, but, as a rule,
are not likely to charge more than leunl
rates. Any insstngor ooiehirged by
any of our drlvtm will, on application
to our olTle have the oviriJiiiigo
prom tly returned. The object of the
United Cnrrlugd Company is to mpply
thu public wiiit good learn at logi lmuio
rates of fare, and hope by to doing to
meilt, in thu funic, il,c k tmo lli.urul
putronago tluit wu lmo ucoived in tho
pust. UNIfED CARRIAGE Co.
Mf Ofllco and Carriage
door to K. O. H.ill&tion'e,
and Fort ataew., -,' x
', 163 1m
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l.err(3;v. KvnhllU a; d Skin Disease a
Specialty. Ofllce, matika of tho resi
dence bf Hon. James Ktati, King Street,
OFKICK HOOllb 1 to fi l'.M.
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Cleaned and CurledT"
T BEG to inform
my friends and cus
lmve removed my
from No.; 88 Hotel
place of business
Lincoln's Shop, King Street
where I will be on hand tn attend
to all order for
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at prices to suit tho timos.
r. B. PATTERSON,
100 lm Unroln's l o-, King Street.
Yonite Mm Rut
Will be opon every afternoon and even,
ing as follows;
day nntl Saturday Kvenlntcn.
To thq public in general.
For ladies and gentlemen.
For ladles, gentlemen nnd children.
Friday and Siturday Rieningsj also, at
the Tuesday Miitinee.
COMING I COMING 1 COMING !
Px'oi: A. I?. DEMERS,
Being tho Cunmpinn Roller Skater of
England, France and Canada, bo oilers
u standing Challenge of $-1,000 to any
prniessioiiai who wii equal mm in
Trii k and Fancy Roller SUatJng,
Prof, Dcmim' exhibition1) consists of
over 200 mmcmontsof the ino-t diffi
cult, orlglnnl, novel nnd astounding
feuls ever attempted, Mich ns hiiiwon.
dcrful spin frm one to to niiiiuua
making, from tuo to three hundred re
volutions, and plher tricks tco niimer.
oub to mention.
E2T Remember Wonders never cease;
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Promptly nnd In Full.
of Life Insuranco Agency In the
CASTLE & COOKE,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
MY Ofllco will bo closed frorp Nov.
1st until Dec. 8th, 1886, duiing
my abaenco at the Coa-U
98 Hotol Street. 105 tf
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
BooUs nnd Accouutb niatly and corrcet.
ly kept, albo all kinds of copyii g at
ten'hu to. Office with Hustnce & Ro
bertson. 89 tf
Election of Officers.
AT ihc Annual Meeting of the Ono
mca Sugar Co. held nt the office
of C. Brewer & Co. this day, iho follow
ing officers were duly elected for tho
J. O. CAnTKn President
V. F. An en Vice-President
P. C. Jones Secretary
Gi J. Rosa Treasurer
J. O. Cahter Auditor
Tho above officers aro also the Direc
tors of tho Company.
Sec'y Onomea SucarCo.
Honolulu, Oct. 27, 1885. 101 lm
Election of Officers.
AT tho Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of the Walhec Sugar
Company, held at the ofilce of W. G.
Irwin & Co., on the 0th day of Novem
ber, 1885, the following ofllcei.s weie
elected lor the current year:
Col. Z. 8. Spalding President
Mr. F. P. Hastings Vlce-P esldcnt
Mu. Jokpu O. Cirtkr Secretary
Hon. Cecil Brown Tn-asnrer
Hon. Jar. I. Dowsett Auditor
Secretary Waihee Siiffnr Co.
Honolulu, Nov. 10, 1885. 113 lm'
St'm Candy Factory
and Bakery. ' "A,
No. 71 HOTEL ST., between
Nuuanu and Fort St.
Has ulways on hand tho largest 8tock
of Caudles, boih PlHinand Fancy,' guar,
antecd to bo STRICTLY PURE. '
WlioleMale and Retail.
Rich Wedding Cakes
Of a Twenty Year' Rcputni ion, all s
Sizcnalaya on hand, ornamented
In any Style.
Pastries of AH Description Made to'
Order at Short Notice. 'S-
Fresh qvcry Day.
Rell and M'tunl Telephone. No."74. V
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