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"WEDNESDAY. fr0V. 18, 1886.
November 18 ' ,
Stmr OR Bishop from Kauai via Wal-
Schr Haleakala from Pepookeo
Stmr.l'lauter for Ka.ual
Stmr Iwalant for Hainakua
Strnr Jas Makco for Kapna
' VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Uktno Morning Star for S S Islands
VESSELS IN PORT.
Missionary bktno Morning Star, 1 Bray
Bktno Discovery, Meyers
Bktno Ella, Howe
Bgtno V Q Irwlu, Turner
Bk Victoria Cross, Robertson
Krom Kauai, via Wulnliia,
CK Bishop, Nov IS 11 A
and 22 deck.
For Walluku, per stmr Llkellku, Xov
17 W (i Woodyear, It Taylor, R Love,
II Harris and wife, C King, M Culvert,
F Chapman, D D Hawkins, wife and
non, W Llddcll, T Tolbert. W Dunbar,
J Lucas, II Long, .1 Francis, II .lames,
.1 Bungaroo and son, J Corrcan, II
Merer, and about 80 deck.
For Hllo and way ports, per steamer
Kinau, Nov 17 MissPitman, Mrs How
land, -Misses-Howland (it), U Along,
Miss Landford, Brother Bertram, F v
Glade, Hon A S Olcghorn, Ills Ex Gov
J O Domlnls, A II smith, XV II Corn
well, C U Webb, G P Wilder, G AVeight,
C Gunning, nnd'Ol deck.
Stmr C R Bishop arrived this morning
with 500 bags' of paddy. She sails on
Saturday at 8 a in.
Tho sailing of the steamers Kllauca
Hon and Mokolil was postponed until
The Bktno Discovery Is In tho stream
off tho fish market.
Tho missionary vessel ..Morning Star
sails to-morrow at 10 olclockfor tho SS
Capt C Dudoit has been appointed
master of the steamer .las I Dowsett
vice Capt 'Reed resigned. 5
ThCjbark i; O WhitmorCi nnd, steamer,
Ivy Holihes'arrlved atllllo- dn ' Sunday
the loth Inst.
J LOGAL fi'CEHERAL NEWS.' '
Hrayy fraih last night.' V1 t. .
Prayer meeting night.
Note( Oats' advertisement.,
To-night the King's Own, will be
on guard duty at'the Palace.
A protracted series of hula
dances wilt begin at the Palace to:
Last eyening,thc street doors of
Messrs. G. W. Macfarlano & Co.'s
ofllces were left wide open after the
premises were vacated.
L. J. Levey will hold his regular
cash sale on Fndaj . In addition to
the usual assortment of groceries,"
dry goods, etc., will be sold a choice
lot of corn fed turkeys.
i m ii - ' "
Alfred Carter, junior stroke oar
of the Myrtle Club, had the misfor
tune before the regatta to have his
arnv dislocated, in wrestling, with
another member of the club.
The Myrtle Boat Club has chal
lenged tho lolani Boat Club to row
a six-oared race, and the latter hav
ing accepted nothing remains but to
fix the time and make arrangements.
Messrs. G. W. Macfarlano & Co.
announce a repetition of their usual
Christmas sales this year. Their
magnificent display last year was
about' the finest sicrht of the season.
A very pleasant entertainment
was provided by the Bethel Social
Union last evening. Half an hour
was devoted to piano music and
readings, after which refreshments
were served. All went away glad
that the by-laws announce only ono
mouth to pass before the next merry
A grand luau is to be given in the
basement ofjthe Ivaumakapili church
on Independence Day, the k28th inst.
There will bo an elaborate repre
sentation of Hawaiian costumesand
customs, and separate tables', -for.
exclusively Hawaiian food .and Uiq.
productions of the cuisine of modern
refinement. .,,-,: -.
Captain Crane, of tho pchooner
Haleakala, which nrriv(?(lJ'lthJ8:n)orn
ing from Hilo, reports that -tho. new.
steamer Ivy Holmes had arrived
thero previous to his departure.
She is intended as a coasting vesst'l
to bo employed in Mr.' W. II.
Holmes' business at Hilo, and for
convoying freight from that to other
ports of Hawaii.
The meeting for drill of tho Ho
nolulu Rifles last night was moder
ately large. The company shouldered
arms for a '' fifteen minutes' sweat"
under Lieut. McLcocJ. Some new
movements wcro tried by double
time, and the boys wore pretty well
heated when the drill ended. The
Rifles havo been offered white pants
for fatiguo uniform, Their captain
is not yet known.
An apology is 'duo to tho firms
named below, for tho omission of
their advertisements . from yeBter-
day's Issiio. ' It ' was caused by
necessities of epaco discovered at
tile, .hist moment before going to
press with the inside pnges: Chas.
J. Flshil, Dry Goods j Goo. Engcl
hardt, Stoves, Lamps, etc. ; Pacific
Hard ware Co. ; Lewis & Co.,
Grocers ; E. G. Schuman, Carriage
Maker; John Nott, Stoves, Lamps,
and Plumbing, etc.
SJew Christinas Curds for the mil
lion at King Bros Art Store. 177 3t
Fresh Mince Pies daily from and
after date at Moller & Hnlbc's Con
Fittest! Cream Cakes and Eiialrs
daily from and after date at Metier
& lialbo's Confectionery. 177
Mn. N. H. Babcock, beiug uo
longer in our employ, is not author
ized to receive money or take ordors
or to receipt bills for us.
178 at West, Dow & Co.
There wa9 a meeting of the Privy
Council of State at the lolani Palace
on Saturday last. Tho Hawaiian,
Hotel Company was granted ii
charter. Pardons wore granted to
the following prisoners: ltusscll
Germaine, S. Ericksou, Friday a
native, and two Chinamen. Ger
maine was spared two months of a
two years' sentence for robbery, and
he left on the steamer Mariposa that
day. Friday had served ten years
for manslaughter, and one of tho
Chinamen was paralyzed. The Privy
Council passed resolutions of con
dolence to His Majesty and the
widow and relatives of the late Hon.
DEATH OF A UNION SOLDIER.
An American citizen named John
W. Iiamey, who had served his
country in an Ohio regiment during
the rebellion, died of consumption,1
at his residence on Richards street,
on Monday the 9th inst., and was
buried, the following day., He had
liyed in 'Honolulu for, some timej, and
lias, lefta .sb'if and ; daughter rih the
Hnited States. Although he was
not a member' of tho Grand Army of
the. Republic, and hence not. entitled
to burial by that organization, yet
the Geo. W. D.eLong, Post, of this,
uity, out of respect and sympathy
for a fellow-soldier dying in a strange
land, took charge, of tho funeral and
escorted the remains to 'the Nuuanu
cemetery. An advertisement of the
American Consul-Gcncrql, respect
ing the pecuniary affairs of the de
ceased, appears in this paper.
REPORT OF THE M0K0LII.
Capt. McGregor, Of the steamer1
Mbkolii, has kindly furnished the
following report of that, steamer's
trip in search of Brooks: On the
morning of Nov,. 17th the steamer
Mpkolii was ordered to go in search
of a missing boat belonging to her
and a man by. the name of Brooks,
who was steward of the steamer
Likelikc, of the same steamship
company. At 10 a. m. the engineer
reported all in readiness in his de
partment .nd nothing else was left
to do but cast off and get under
way. After leaving the Spar Buoy
the course was W. by S. for one
hour, then W. S. W. for 50 minutes,
when the captain discovered the
boat right dead ahead with a man in
it.- At; 12 o'clock the man Brooks
and the boat were safely on board,
and the schooner Caterina and others
interested in the search were noti
fied by the signals. Tho Mbkolii
arrived at Iter berth at 1 1. m.
FIRE AT KILAUEA.
The plantation bell sent forth an
alarm Inst evening about 7 o'clock,
which induced everybody to turn
out. From an illumination in tiic
skies it was self-evident there was a
fire, which proved to be in Mr.
Macfio's dwelling house. Tho family
had just partaken of dinner when
they were surprised by a China boy
rushing in crying out, uFirc." Mrs.
Macllc'lnokcd to her children, while
Mr.'Macfie immediately repaired to
the scene of tho (Iro, when ho found
tho .roof in full blaze. I,n a fow
irfombhts afterwards nearly every
liuia and man on the plantation were
ifierc hnri each and everyone set
about the work before tlicm, in a
businesslike manner. In less than an
hour the Haines were subdued, the
.fire having been confined to the
kitchen and adj6ining room. It hap
pened .the fire broke out on .the lee
side of ' tho house, otherwise the
whole building would havo been
swept away, ns a smart breeze prevailed-
at the time. Too much praise
can not bo accoj-dcjl to everybody
who took part in the work to be
done, and which 'they accomplished
successfully. The premises, I un
(lerstaiul, arc insured and the damage
is covered by insurance in the Sun
Fire Insurance Co., G. W. Macfar
lano & Co., Agents.
Kilaucn, lunmi, Nov. 1-lth.
GOVERNOR KAHOA'S FUNERAL.
The lato ox-0ovcrnor of Kauai,
Paul Kanoa, K. C. K,, K. C. II. and
Member of the Privy Council, was
buried with military honors on Suri
day afternoon. Besides tho mili
tary companies, there was a large
attendance, consisting) for the most
port, of natives. The military were
commanded by Major R. H. Baker,
and lined the street albng the route,
from the church to tho cemetery
gate. A funeral scrvico was con
ducted within the Kawaiobao Church
by . Rev. II. II. Parker. Tho pro
cession from deceased's residence to
tho church and thenco to tho ceme
tery was accompanied by the Royal
Hawaiian Band playing Handol's
Dead March in Saul and popular
hymn tunes. Following 19 the order
'of tho procession : .
Platoon of Police.
Mr. J. H. Soner, Marshal of tho
Ivaumakapili Y. M. C. A.
Major R. Iloapili Baker and-Aids.
Royal Hawaiian Band.
Honolulu Rifles Drum .Corps, i
Queen's Own. '-
Rev. H. II. Parker.
Pallbearers lions., Samuel Parker,
W. C. Parke, H. M. Whitney,
John A. Cummins, D. Ka
lianu and W. P. Wood.
Governor P. P. Kanoa and Mrs.
Carriage of His Majesty.
Colonel Curtis P. Iaukea, of His
Majesty's Staff. '.'
His Excellency tho Governor of
Majors Rosa and Holt, of the Gov
Colonel Chas. H. Judd, Chamber
lain. Friends of Deceased.
The remains, enclosed in an ele
gant coffin of koa, were deposited in
the family .vault in, the Kawaiahao
Wednesday, Nov. 17th.
L. J. Scott was, yesterday, order-
icd to file a bond in the sum of 825
that he shall not commit the -offence
of disorderly conduct during the,
night, for one year.
Frank Thinley npd. HKaluahinc
wcro fined $5 and costs each, for
'Kapule was fined, including costs,
$10 for assault and battery.
Mike Martin was remanded for
sentence, having pleaded guilty to a
charge of assault and battery..
Ah York pleaded guilty to having
opium in possession, and being an
old offender, had to face a fine of
$100 and two months' imprisonment;
at hard labor.
Pokini,.Komale and Nabora, for
affray, were fiucd 5 and costs
11Y e. l. keyes, late lieutekant.
. FIFTH CAVALRY. ' r
I think it were better to do It all .over
Iu 'the way that would, suit our old
chieftain the best : ' .
A bunk overspread with West Point's
With his old mater Hudson to soothe,
(hl8 last resit. , ,
A plain, simple slab of Galena's grey
Then' the name which all ages forever
Three stars cut above forming "Valor's
And a little old bell-button cut just
A SITUATION by a sober young man.
Good references given. Address
J. Til.. V., .Barj.ETiN Ofllcc. 179 lw
TO tlio CrcditnH of tho Estate of
LING SING KEB & CO., a bank,
rupt, take notice: That tho undersigned,
assignr-o of the Estate of Ling Sing Kco
& Co., a bankrupt, has, preparatory to
his final account and dividend, submit
ted his accounts as such npslpnco and
filed ,tho sumo before Hon. L. McCiilly,
Justice of tho Supreme Court, nt his
chambers, to whom he' will apply at 10
o'clock ,n,in. on Saturday, the 21st day
of November, instant, for a settlement
of said accounts and for a dlchargo
from all liability as such. assignee, and
for an order to make a final dividend.
And lhat nny person interested may.
then and there appi'jii- ,and contest the
tame. w.tU. KAI.KJS, Assignee.
Honolulu, Nov. 18, 1885, 17'J 3i
KE AL ESTATE FOR SALE
RAHEchanco for securing a desir.
ahle.huiucstead. Three Lots only.
on thQ'castcrlyJflldojof Makikl Btreet,
adjofriliia;1he mauka sldb of Mr. Walter
Seal's place. A very pleasant neigh,
borhood; n never falling supply of pure
water in dm street from llio 'Mukikl
ItcECrrolr. Terms, 9110 third rash, "tho
remainder in 1 and 2'vears with iutorest
at 8 per cent. net. Maps and plans can
bo seen at the ofllco of ,A
jto if v. n;:qASTLE.
Notice to Ilorso Owners. ,
HOUSE CLIPPING donblin tloneoW
et manner, shcrlest'order and at
louea rates, with tho nw Araetican
Lightning Hnrsc-CllppinB- Machine,
which glides over them like lightning,
leaving thorn looking as smooth us a
planed board. No more humano act can
ho done to a horse than to havo U long
coat removed in this warm climate, t:
0.1). MILES, Proprietor.
Cor, Punchbowl & Queen Bts. 175 lro
The "Daily Bulletin"
Is for tale immediately after publica
tion, at tho following placet: ..-
Messrs. OAT & CO.'S, Merchant St.;
Mr. THRUM'S, Fort Street;
Messrs. WOLFE & EDWARDS', corner
King and Nuuanu Sis.:
THE CRYSTAL 80DA WORKS, Hotel St. '
(Mill &' 1W W
Messrs. O. W. Macfarlano & Co."
announce that Uiey will hold
of Fancy Goods this year.
$W For particulars' lis tid dates,' etc.,
eco futuro advertisements. 170 If
expect per S.S., Alameda .B ,
,it 1 t'.r.y
Full Assoi'tmant , j j
New Year's Cards.
Etc., Etc., Etc. ' '
Lclta Diaries to arrivo ex Clly
178 of Sydnoy. .
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON:.
Has removed hi?, Residence and.Oulcc
to" 190 Fort Street '(lately' occupied by
(8 to'JO A.M.,
( 7 to S Evenlnc.
Telcphone"(Bcll and MutualNo. 149.
i 177 tf
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
I BEG to notify the Public in general
that I bavo opened an;-otnce: on
MERCHANT tTREET,' iriconjuiictibo
wltliMr.- J.-A.'Hagdon, .fortho purpose
of attending 'to Uno wants o'fxtlic resl.
dents. of tho Hawaiian Islands who may
need an Agent.
I do not confine myself alone to the
Business Houses, but nUo to tho domes,
tic class who would wish mo to attend
toany matter of business, especially to
making purchases cither in Honolulu or
Hanrancisco' in any line, oft General,
To tho Business Houses I will give
'my careful attention in all matters per
taining to General. Business, viz: Ad
justing and Collecting 'Accounts, Dis
trlbution of Bills and Circulars, Custom
House Entries, Buying, . Selling and
Renting Real Estate and Personal Pro
nertv. . a
tsTT AIL Legal, DocumcntS'-wlll' be
carefully and neatly drnwn up1 by Mr.
j. a. juagoon.
By attending to all matters entrusted
in my care in. a careful, courteous and
neat manner, and with quick 'dispatch,
I liopo to bo favored with a part of the
Agent for Klfnkncr& Co. Red Rubber
Stamp?. , O.K. MILLER,-1-
iGencral Business Ag'onU
Telephone ; P. O". Box 113.
42 Merchant Street. 172 ly
NOTICE; " '
THE undersigned beg leavo to Inform
tho public that they have opened
nn oilico at ' I
Itooqt 13, Caiuiibcll'H Jtlock,
(Up Stairs), MERCHANT BT.,
General Business Agents,
We make a Specialty of Book-keep-,
ing, Collecting; CuBtomJIoiiBO "Broker,
ace and Shipping and Receiving
We nro also prepared to-take-inven--toric
of Bankrupt Stock unywher? in
tho Kingdom and gjiarantea accurate
returns.; Waj afo" also, prepay er Uqrjf ur
nisli Touristi witli.fihlded and'givo roll
ablu information iu regard to route of
travel and places of' interest on nny of
the Islands of the group.
With strict attentlon-to business ,nnd
prompt .foturnB.lQ th'p3q.,wU'o nJV lu'-i
trust their liusiucss to us, we solicit a
share of patronage.
tS?" All Legal Documents drawn up by
an experienced Lawyer. '
NOBLK, HARE & CO.
Jiift arrived, and for Sale hi
" $ : Hult'
'.; 'lfSO BarrolN
Fraser, RivfiL. Salmon
.( iW VaJ.i'l&if
.'. . . irtVW, .
'xerms '?ngonn uie.
17 O; Bre'wen SciCo 3w
X 1 "ii
'From Loss by Flro, Shipwreck or l5calh, by Insuring Homo, Furniture
ami j'.wcme, iarcocs 01 mi gar, nice,
chandlso, Stocks of Goods
mv 'WMMm MAM
EXn.rt.lbrd, Conn,, Clmrtoretl; 1 81.
ASSETS OVER NINE MILLIONS,'
UNION -f IRE&ABIM 1NS.; M
Well-known; Houndahd Reliable. Tho Only. California Company
that Paid Its Chicago Losses Promptly and In Full. '
9 Tlie.ejkVd lEnlanct '''';"'
Mutual Life-insurance Co;;-
. ,.,,..,,, .. -T II.-. '.V,'j
The Old Sellable. Thol'ioiieor of Llfo Insurance Agcncyih tho
Hawaiian Kingdom. ,
Our Now Full Trm Endowment Policies."
All Policies Non-Eorfeitkble by Law. !
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
', ,- EAST CORNER FOllT AND KING STREETS.' ' JblriuP.
C '- , J' ','; :"lli
New iGootJa received by every Packet from U10 Eastern (Statosuud .-Europe .c,
FroJh California Produco bv overv Hlcnmnr. 'All orders fntllifullv allp.nrlcd.to....
and Oood delivered toanynnrtof the
SatUfuotion guaranteed. Post OfflceiB6.vl45.' TelCpliohe No. 03. 168'ly"'
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GEO. V. STHA)TEMEYEn,
ARTISTIC SIGNS1 A 'SPECIALTY
: ' -i
78 King: Street, Honolulu.
P. O. Box 010.
( Thos. Lindsay,
No. CO Nuuanu Street.
R. M. GOTO,. J. i.tiih.-J--Jrtii.
Physician, and Surgeon, . -
Leprosy, SvphilU mid Skin Disease a
Specially. Office, .mauka of tho resl.
denco of Hon. James Kcau, King Street j
Office Ho cms 1 to o p.m. , 1
Sundays 8 a.m. to 12 m.
NiB, Parlies on tho other Islands can
consult by-letter; 155'ly
Cleaned and C.urledT",
I BEG to inform my friends and cue
tomcrs that I lmvp' removed my
plac'd of business front .No.,88 Hotel
? . .
"Lincoln's 'Shop, King Street
where I will be on hand to attend
House and Ship Fainting, 'Paper
at prices to suit tho times. W
C. B. PATTERSON,,.
JC0 lin Lincolnfl'Shop,wKlng Street.
House and Lot' For Sale.
Next to tho residence of J.
Colburn. Klnnu 8lreet:'Honse
i' contains c rooms, cook house
and pantry. Tljcro arc alsi Bath Ilous,
Siablcs and n largo Ciilcken Yard. Ap-
., m:tt " iloncJltilu Iron Works.'
k ' 4
N. F. BUEGESS, .
84 Klii street, ':' Honorulii.
'Carnrriter nnd Hutliler. Haeenee and
i)rnying and steamer iPrclght carefully
Carriage rainHl'tg ilfinu by H;flrsUclass
workman at 78 King street.'"
Jobbing in nlmvo linestlcnilpd to with
promptness; and charges' according' to
the amount nnd quality of work.
ORlco Telephone, 2( 2. Residence, 162.
Two Suburban Cottages to
FIRST That elegant Cottage hither,
to occupied by the owner, , John
Robcllo, wlti, flne flower and fruit
garden, ptables, etc. Terms favorable.
' SECpND The'two-story CoJIage two'
doors makal of the above, lately decq.
pied 'by tho late A, T Baker, having
garden, (.table, etc' Terms favorable. '
, Both premises nro connected with1 the
city water service Apply to (
, , " .HYMANBROS.
Queen Stiect. ,' 104 tf
ucnerai rroaucp,. .nnu 31 or
and Life, In the
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li' ". 7-ul D'.i
J tiTOC '
'; ti '
.-.tfttlK Mil K
CASTLE & COOKE,
for the Hawaiian Islands.
. , Feed. ', :,;
cityJfrcb of choree. Island ofderB"poH-, .
Notice.,, ,.'.;; '.'":fj
YiPfUcc, jvlll bo,,closcd frpm- Nov. ,!(vi
, 1st until DecV 8,th, 168C, durlne . ,.
my absence at tho Coat.
,' , MfGROk.SMAN,'DcntlBt. uAf.
98 Hotel Street. . ;. .105. tf, r
Jas. W. Robertson, '
X : "- ii-i'-"
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST., r.i:
' . ' -in.'. .. 'i' (.'
Books'and Accounts neatly and correct.. rv.
ly kept, a)so all Kinas, o copying, at-,to.(
tended to., ",Ofllcc .with Hustaco'.A Rp-, i
bcrtsbn:;' ' . ' ; " ' 8tf,trJ ? '
; j i r -Jjl
ElectIou;oC Officers. ..,., ,l!nJ
AT .tho Annual Meotlng.of.thapno-'jj.
. med Sugar, Co. liold ;at" the 'office. .,
of ,C. Brower'aj Co. this day, tho follow.
Ing officers' were duly elected
cbmlng:j'fiar: .1 1
J. p.1- Oartek. '...' i..... Presldetitu '-
W. B'.SAi.i.EN... .....w yiCetPresident ci''1
iP.'CJoNBa ,. 8;cretary;(n f
Q.J. Ross. .. ,......,. .Tf e'asiircr . ,
J. O. CARTEnri......1!." ....Auditor '
Tn"o"aboIvi .q'fflce'rs'arevaso 'tue.blrecV'"'1
torsof5 tlio1 Company. ' " '. ' . '"
' V.'O. JONES,'. ..
, Sqo'y, Onomca Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 27,7885. 4 lUllm . . ,.
Election" of Offlcersi - 1: J
T the Annual Jlce'tihg-of tho Sft'ck-' '' '
. holders of tho- Wnlhce Sucar"'-
Company", held at tho ofllco of W.G. ;
Irwin &, Co., on the 0th day of "Noyem-,,,ij
uer,iBO, tuo louowmg omcers wcro
elected for tho current, year:
Col. Z. 8. Spalding President
Mr.'F: Pf IIastinos ViceTf esldent '"
Mii.vJosepii O. Carter.. ..J, ..SccrctaVy l
Hox. Ceci.Biiown Trcasurer;i -1
Hon., Jas.- I. Dowsi'.tt Audi tof ,
' ' J. O, CARTER,' ,'j
' , Secretary Wqihab Sujiar Co. A
Honolulu, Nov; 10, 1885. Vt'S lmx ' ,l
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Ha9,alyay8oq,luind'tho largest Stock, ftL,
of Candies, both Plain and Fancy,guar,!u ,
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Rioh. Wedding Oake'M
Of'a Twenty Years' Repu'totibrl, all"
Slzeaialways on hand, ornamehted' :' '
. In nny Style. ' ' W .uni
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Fottriea of All Description lMadi to n-
Order at Short Kotico.n'i '
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