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FRIDAY, NOV. 20, 1886.
Schr IValoll from Hawaii
Slim- V 0 Hall fiom Maul and Hawaii
Stmr C R BNhop for Kaunl via Waln
nae ami Walalua
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sclir llnleakula for l'cpcekoo
VESSELS IN PORT.
ltktnu DUeovciy, Meyeiv
Bgtno W G Irwin, Turner
35k Victoria Cio, Robeitton
Bk Martha Davis, Unison
Uk 0 U UMiop,
The Pi-hr Kanlkoaonll U (locked near
the llsh inaiket to hau a new fnrpinait
Sehr Waloll ai rived this morning
with 35 head of cattle from Kaalnnln,
Hawaii, for Campbell's ranch.
The dredge is Fcotmlmr up mud off
the OSS wharf.
The Ella will all about Monday.
The schooner Luka will take the last
parts of an imported uinnnfor Koliola
The btmr V G Hall Is, due Ibis after
noon. The Kinau, Llkellke. Mokolli,.
andDowscltnroduc to-morrow morning.
REMARKABLY CLOSE SAILING.
The bark Mnitha Davis sailed fiom
Boston, .Inly lt, 1S9.", and cio-ed the
Equator in Long. 20 W. in -It day.
From Equator to 80 S Lit., Atlantic,
In iM day. From HO S. Lit., Atlantic,
to C0 S. hit., P.icllle, in 20 dnvs. From
50 S. bit., Paellie, to Equator In 29
days, crossing in Long. 120 V. From
Equator to port, 1'mI.ijs. Total 141
The b.uk C. R. BUhop billed fiom
Bicnicn . July :trd, 1S8r. and paed the
Lizard light July 10th, in lit day-. From
the l.l.aid to Equator 32 days, and 15
day-, from Uicnieu, ciosing in Long.
21 AV. From Equator to 50 S. lat..
Atlantic, in 29 day. From 50 S.,
Atlantic, to 50 . in Pacific, in 20
days. From 50 S. Pacific to Equator,
29 days. eiosing in Long. 127 W.
Fiom Equator to'poit in 11) day. Tot.il
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Buli.ktin summary to-morrow.
Tun muddy side of the street is
turned up to-day.
The stores are putting on their
The geometry class will demon
strate at the Y. M. C. A. this even
ing. Mk. 12. B. Thomas has lost a fine,
large, gray, draught horse, by glan
ders. You cannot miss seeing Henry
Davis & Co.'s sp'ecial announce
ment. Music will blend with the roar of
the rollers at the Yosemitc rink to
night. J. T. "Watkuiiousk in this issue
responds to the demand for "more
Tun wind blew almost hurricanes
last night, and the rain came down
You cannot get all the news with
out reading N. S. Sachs' new adver
tisement on the first page.
Uuv yourselves rich at Lyons &
Cohen's regular cash sale to-morrow ;
particulars in advertisement.
To-MOKitow the steamer "vV. G.
Hall will be hauled up on the Marine
Railway for her regular overhauling.
. . .
12. P. Adams & Co. will hold a
mortgagee's sale at noon to-morrow,
of two parcels of landntLaieinaloo.
Dit. Alexander Kennedy, an old
time resident of these Islands, died
at Belfast, Ireland, Oct. 0th, aged
Cai't. "W. Tell made a raid on a
houso at Cape Horn this morning,
and captured two Chinamen with
opium, pipes, etc.
Ik the Band had not an immense
audience in Emma Square last even
ing, what was It? There wcro lis
teners there from all parts of the
12. O. Halt. & Son mean to say
that Cynthia, riding in her silver
car outside, needs to ho comple
mented with the burning of on,
Tiiunti will be the usual baud
concert at Emma Square to-morrow
afternoon, but none- on Monday even
ing owing to the reception of the
Au. are cordially invited to the
public meeting of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union, in the
Y. M. C. A, hall at 7.30 this even
ing. Music and addresses.
Tins morning Road Supervisor
Hart, with a gang of prisoners, made
a thorough repair of the covering of
tlio King street bridge, laying down
several inches' depth of gravel.
The captains of the different
military companies met at 2.00
o'clock" this afternoon at the Bar
racks to make arrangements for the
competitive drill on the 28th inst.
Tun eight buglers and tho di urn
major of the Queen's Own present
a very imposing appearance in tho
ranks, and add materially to the
martial boating of the whole gallant
Wkst, Dow & Co., notwithstand
ing their capacious sale and show
rooms, llnd di'flleulty in getting their
great variety of goods' displayed to
advantage, and their Christmas
goods are yet to come, being due
Fotm German families, consisting
of eight adults and fottiteen chil
dren, who arrived by bark C. R.
Bishop from Bremen, yesterday,
were sent by the steamer C. R.
Bishop this morning for Liluic
A itr.r-oitT like a pistol shot yes-,
tcrday afternoon on Hotel street
made a person think a new item was
close at band, and tho second shot
made him duck for fear of a stray
missile. The noise was caused by
blasting in Horn's yard in digging
It was reported about town this
morning that Mr. J. Slmonson, of
Hnckfeld & Co., had left Hilo,
Hawaii, on a vessel for San Fran
cisco. On enquiring of the above
firm concerning the authenticity of
the report, they said that Mr.
Simonson is expected from Hilo
to-morrow, and that they have no
belief in the lcport.
A rrw extra copies of last Satur
day's Bui.i.r.TiN", containing the con
clusion of the Mioroncsian journal,
were printed for the accommodation
of readers wanting the journal com
plete. There arc a few numbers still
on hand, and, as it will not be prac
ticable to hold the type for next
foreign summary, they can be had
at this oulec or at tho bookstores.
Tin: Knickerbocker crew think
they can beat the Eclipse boys in a
long course, and intend to challenge
them for a race round the spar
buoy. On their part, the winners
of the regatta two-oared race be
lieve they can treat the Knicks'to
an annular eclipse that is, row all
round them in a course much
longer than that of the late regatta.
Tins afternoon Mr. Wiseman
made his report as secretary to the
regatta committee. The lot.il receipts
were $1,159.50, made upas follows:
subsciiptions, $995.25 ; gate money,
$41.25; entries, $123.00. The ex
penditures amounted to $882.75, of
which $552 was for prizes and cups.
A balance of $320.75 is thus left in
the committee's hands. An item or
two in the expenditure was subject
to revision, which miglit slightly
alter this result.
With tho Planters' Monthly for
November was folded a cop3' of the
preliminary prospectus of the Oahu
Colonization Company. Besides a
large variety of matter pertaining
to sugar growing and manufactur
ing, this number contains a sugges
tive ai-ticle on the political situation
as viewed from the planters' stand
point. It is shown that out of
twenty-eight Government candidates
for the Legislature, no less than
twenly-six are Government oilice
holdcrs, "whose living and whose
retention in oflice depends absolutely
upon their unqualified support of
Tut: captain of the schooner Knu
ikcaoull, that arrived yesterday, re
poits very lough weather at Kolmla,
Hawaii. The rain came down in
torrents and the wind and sea wci e
fearful. The schooner stood to sea
for about ten days waiting for the
weather to moderate. The schooner's
foiemnst was broken off at tho head,
and her flying jib was canicd away.
The Kohnla scow and some freight
for that place were brought to Hono
lulu, the captain being unable to
land them at Kohala. When tho
Kauikeaoitli was coining in the "pas
sage yesterday she ron into and
broke to pieces two canoes. The
nntivo fishermen were in tho water
placing their nets nt the time, and
wci,o afterwaids picked up by other
IiAUHM Straw Hats, whito and
colored, for fiOcls., at Sachs', 10-i
Fort street. It
New style mouldings, picture
frames and cornices made to order
at King Bos,' Art Store. 180 3t
Fkesii Cream Cakes and Ellnirs
daily from and after date at Meller
& Halbo's Confectionery. 177
looxis mi ci
lAjooi!i oi(i 1u 'Puc8uoii) u o) ojrjoq
ouo uiojj jo Boiujutmb uj puq oq
X A'linjJopiiOAV Ajimib puu oiswi
otj BOAOjdui aoiMO ouSocliuuqo
8,Jou6,iii:ir) pun hjai 'poxy sjoirjow
puvjil jiio sv qous 'sold ootiiiu
pouojusuj pjo pooS jo sjoaoi aux'
Fuesii Mince Pies daily from and
after date at Meller & Halbo's Con
B.ujy bonnets In great variety,
from 50cts and upwards, at Sachs',
101 Fort street. It
Hi:skv Davis vL Co., 52 Fort
street, have just established them
selves at the stand lately occupied
by S. J. Levey & Co. . Their stock
comprises a complete assortment of
American and English staple and
fancy groceries. Every steamer
from the Coast brings fresh goods
which are choice in quality and
are offered to tho public at lowest
Complete assortment of crackers,
fancy and plain, 2 lb., 5 lb. and 15
lb. tins; 25 lb. bx. for family use;
cases Saloon Pilot, Medium, Soda
and Le Grand.
Cereals, put up especially for this
climate in bcaled tins, comprising
the following varieties: Oat Meal,
Cracked Wheat, Corn Meal, Hominy,
California and English table
Raisins; fresh Seedless Raisins for
cakes and puddings.
Dried Figs, Cherries, Currants,
Prunes and Apples, in boxes of 10
to 15 lb. each.
Solo agents for the Anchor Flour,
a choice grade of flour for family
and bakers' use.
Orange, Lemon and Citron Peel ;
Choicest Island Butter from the
following dairies :
Boyd Dairy, Koolau, Oahu ;
Carslcy Dairy, Kona, Hawaii ;
Johnson Dairy, Kona, Hawaii ;
Kawailoa Ranch Dairy, Waialtia,
Morgan's Oysters in tins and
shell ; fresh Cal. Roll Butter, Vege
tables, Fish, Fruits and other deli
cacies that the market affords by
Young America Cheese, 5 lb.
for family use, very choice.
Goods delivered to all parts of
the city. Island orders filled with
care and despatch.
Bell Telephone 27-1 Mutual 130.
As the next Oceanic steamer for
the Coast will be detained beyond
her regular time, to wait for the
Australian mails, a special issue of
tho Daily Bulm-.tix summary will
be printed to-morrow for the Pacific
Mail S. S. City of Sydney, due on
Sunday from the Colonics for the
Coast. This summary will contain
the local news for the past week, in
cluding a full account of the King's
Biithday regatta; also the speech
of General Logan reviewing at length
the military career of General
Grant. Orders for extra copies
should be sent in this evening or
early to-morrow morning.
The Survey Department has just
completed a very fine new map of
the Island of Maui. The map
nieasurcs'4A by 3i feet, and is con
structed on the Mercator projection.
The scale is 5,000 feet to tho inch.
Meridians and parallels are laid off
at five minute distances, each minute
of latitude and longitude being dis
tinctly scaled on the borders. The
middle latitude of the island is 20
deg., 45 min. N., and the mid-longitude
15G deg., 20 min. W. The ex
treme points are shown very dis
tinctly: Kauiki, in Ion. 155 dcg.r
59 rain. W. ; Kekaa, Ion. 15G deg.r
42A min. W. ; the lava flow of Ka
naio in lat. 20 deg., 34A min. and
Ilonokahau in lat. 21 deg., 2 min.
The piimary triangulation surveys
were made by Prof. W. I). Alex
ander and Mr. S. E. Bishop. The
boundaries and topography were
taken by Prof. Alexander, C. J.
Lyons, M. D. Monsarrat, F. S.
Dodge, S. E. Bishop, E. I). Bald
win and W. R. Lawrence. The
natural as well as the civil divisions
of the island nro very clearly in
dicated. Tho drawing is tho woik
of Mr. F. S. Dodge, and is executed
in first-class stylo throughout. It.
will be forwarded to tho engraver
by next steamer; and it is hoped;
that it will be ready for publications
early next year.
Y. M. C. A.
Tho monthly meeting of this
organization was held last evening,
Mr. J. R. Athoiton in the chair.
Tho Treasurer reported receipts of
the month SlOO.lo, and the neb
balance on hand nt present S 109. 11.
Tho collection taken at the meeting
amounted to 810.75. An elaborate
rcpoit was given by the General
Secictaiy Mr. Fuller of his recent
visit, as delegate, to tho California
State Association and of what was
said and done there. A brief report
wns also given by Mr. Henry Water
house, associate delegate. One as
sociate and ono voting member wcro
elected. Tho average number, per
week, of visitors to tho Heading
Room, during the month, wns three
hundred and two. Over three hun
dred papers hnvo been sent away
by tho Morning Star. Three Ger
man and ono Portuguese papers
have been ordered. A letter was
lead from Miss J. II. Spurgeon,
Queen's Hospital, saying that she
wishes to make a largo scrap book
for tho Hospital, and requesting,
generally, contribution of pictures,
cards, mosses, ferns, and particu
larly of nn old ledger of a large
size or two of moderate size, and
other mntcrials suitable for the pur
pose. Oiders were also solicited
for making gent's smoking caps,
window lambicquins, wall bags,
mending and other light work. Mr.
P. C. Jones repotted that the tem
perance committee nrc keeping an
eyo on Rev. Mr. Noble, and expect
to have htm hero in April, when
there will be a shaking up, in Ha
waii, on the temperance question.
Her Mujesty the Queen enter
tained Captain W. F. O'Connor,
the olllcers and members of the
above corps at the basement of
lolani Palace last evening. Tho
command were marched from their
armory accompanied by tho drums
and bitclcs of tho corps to tho
Palace, where they were received
by Colonel C. II. Judd, His Ma
jesty's Chamberlain. The arrival
of Her Majesty the Queen, accom
panied by Col. Judd and the ladies
in waiting, was announced by Cap
tain O'Connor, the command salut
ing by standing at attention. Cap
tain O'Connor, in :i few appropriate
remarks, thanked Her Majesty for
the honor conferred on himself and
command. The health of the King
and Queen was proposed by Captain
O'Connor, which was drunk hear
tily. The Queen expressed herself
much pleased at mcoiing Captain
O'Connor and tho Queen's Own
that evening. She was also pleased
to hear from t,he commanding officer
such a good account of his com
mand. Three chccr3 were given
for their Majesties the King and
Queen, after which Her Majesty
retired. The corps formed in lino
at open order in front of the Palace,
gave the royal salute by presenting
arms, and then Captain O'Connor
marched his command back to their
armory, much pleased with the
Tiujksiuy, Nov. 19th.
Mike Martin got ten days and
was fined $2o for assault and bat
tery. Ah Sing got six months for
stealing fowls from the premises of
John Lylc. Kauhane was mulct in
$8.10 for assault and battery. Dick
Edwards and Jim Smith forfeited
bail SC each for drunkenness.
Fkiday, Nov. 20th.
For drunkenness, Loui Grieves,
Pukana, SO each. For driving ex
presses not properly numbered, Elia
and Nalclc, $8 each. Kapahu, for
deserting her husband for the past
two da3rs, was ordered to return.
TiiuitsoAV, Nov. 19th.
Li Chung obtained judgment in
an action on a promissory note for
S100 against Lung Wing Ming. In
Kim Meek vs. Wing Ming, assump
sit for balance due on note, S200.
Judgment for plaintiff. Union Feed
Co. vs. II. Webb, assumpsit for
S 13.48. Judgment for plaintiff.
Appeal noted to Intermediary Court.
A SITUATION by a sober young man.
Good references given. Address
J. M. V., Bulletin Oflice. 179 lw
THE Captain of tho British ban:
Victoria Cross will not be rcspon
si hie for any debts contracted by any of
his crew without his written order.
TIIEO. II. DAVIES & Co., Ai;cnt.
Honolulu, Nov. 17, 1885. 178 Ot
TO the Creditors of the Estate of
LING SING KEE & CO., a bank,
nipt, take notice: That tho undersigned,
assiijneo of the Estate of Ling Sing Keo
it Co., a bankrupt, has, preparatory to
bis final account and dividend, submit
ted his accounts as such asbigncc und
tiled tho Kimo before Hon. L. McC'ully,
Justice of the Supreme Court, at his
chambers, to whom lie will apply at 10
o'clock a.m. on Saturday, tho 21st day
of November, Instant, for a Ecttlement
of said account's ami for a discharge
from all liability as such assignee, and
for an order to make a final dividend.
And that any penon inleresttd may
then and thorn appear and cont'.st the
bame. W. O. PAUKE, Assignee.
Honolulu, Nov. 18. 1885. 170 3t
Notice to Hor.se Owners.
HOUSE CLIPPING done in the neat
est manner, shortest order and at
lowest rates, with tho new Ainoiican
Lightning llorsc-Clipplng Machine,
which glides over them llko lightning,
leaving them looking as smooth us a
phmed bo.ird. No more humane act can
lio done to n liorso than to liavu his long
coat removed In this waim climate.
O. n. MILKS, Proprietor.
Co-. Punchbowl fc Queen Bts. IT-1) lm
A NEW LOT.
FOR SALE BY
173 33. I. A-thuiiM Sz Co. lm
HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE
A BAKE chance for scouring a deslr
fjL. able homestead. Thico Lots only,
on tho easterly Hide of Makikl Street,
adjoining the maul,a side of Mr. Walter
Seal's place. A ory pleasant neigh
borbood; a uever falling supply of pure
vater in tho street from tho Miiklki
Reservoir. Terms, one third rash, the
remainder In 1 and 2 years with interest
at 8 per cent. net. Maps and plans can
be seen nt the olllce of
170 tf W. R. CASTLE.
New Light on
JUST RECEIVED, FROM BOSTON, EX DARK MARTHA DAVIS,
Downer's Kerosene Oil : : : : 150
Eloctrie Kerosene Oil : : : : : ISO
Superior Kerosene Oil : : : : 130
All the aboe Oil is Fitcsii and good, and will be aold at retail or in
lots to suit, at low rales. Also,
OSJBS S CARD MATOJHES,
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY. Besides the above, a largo variety of Enstom
Goods uncd by all Stoics and Plantations, all of which will bo sold at reasonable
prices by 180 lm E. O. HALL & SON, (Limited).
Save Yourself and Yours
From Loss by File, Shipwreck or Death, by Insuring Home, Furniture
ami Etlecte, Carcocs of Bugar, Kice, General Produce and Mer
chandise, Stocks of Goods and Life, in the
liar Lib rd, Conn.,
UNION FIRE & MARINE INS. Co.,
Sail ITraiieino, Culilbirnlu.
Well-known. Sound and Reliable. The Only California Company
that Paid its Chicago Losses Promptly and in Full.
Tlie Wev !Englau)rl
Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
The Old Reliable. The Pioneer of Life Insurance Agency lu the
Examine Our New Full Term Endowment Policies.
All Policies Non-Forfoitsiblo by Law.
E. MclMTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods leceived by every Packet from the Eastern States and Europe
Fic3h California Produce by every Steamer. All orders faithfully attended to
and Goodi delivered loanypirtot tho city free of charge. Island orders roll
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Oflice Box US. Telephone No. 02. 163 ly
Cleaned and Curled,
Has just received
Fresh Eastern Cranberries,
Mince Meat in tubs and tins
Table Raisins, Sultana Raisin;,
Cui rant, Citron, Lemon & Orange
Peel; Almonds, "Walnuts,
Prunes, Dried Peaches, Fresh Apples;
Tins Lady Fingers, Oswego Cakes,
Honey Cakes, Ginger Snaps,
"Winu Crackers, as-orlcd Crackers,
Chocolate, Cocoa ; Bncnn,
Dupcc Eagle lirnnd Hams; Cheese,
Lard, J.hhls. Reef and Pork,
Kits bulninn. Tins Som-ed Mackerel,
Lobsters, Little Neck Clams,
Quahaugt, Boneless Cooked Hams;
Plum Pudding. Crosse & UlackwcIPs
Pickles and Pic Fruit:
.Ttiimii !iml Comet rX"oii,
Wheat, Oats, Bran. Corn, Harloy,
Onions; Mottled Soap, Star of the
Kitchen Soap; Kerosene Oil,
Roston Dairy Salt, 101b. h.igs;
Buckwheat Flour; New Orleans Mo
lasses. Cnl. Syrup. Maple Syrup;
Family Flour, Gennea;
Old Virginia SueU&Sour Pickles;
Olives, and a general assortment ot
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
3 Goods delivcied to all pirts of tbc
City. Island orders will receive careful
attention. Telephone 1 1!).
174 1 in OILVS.J I U3TACE, King St.
Mill & New Year's
Messrs. O, W. Macfarlane & Co,
beg to announce that they will bold
of Fancy Goods this year.
t3T For particulars as to dates, etc.,
see futuro advertisements, 170 tf
the Subject !
CASTLE & COOKE,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Jufrt arrived, and for Sale in Lots
Fraser River Salmon !
173 C Breivor & Co. 2w
St'm Candy Factory
No. 71 HOTEL ST., between
Nuuanu ond Fort St.
Has always on band tho largest Stock
of Candies, both Plain and Fancy, guar,
nutecd to be STRICTLY PURE.
AVholcHtilu uml Kctnil.
Rich Wedding Oakes '
Of a Twenty Years' Reputation, oil
Sizes always on blind, ornamented
in any Stylo, '
Pastries of All Description Hade to
Order at Short Notice.
Fresh every Day. '
Bell and Mutual Telephone, "No. 74. -IV
O.' Box No. 78 ,188
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