Newspaper Page Text
!t g.uUaj g.ulUtin.
MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 188G
S S Alameda from Sati Francisco.
Schr Luka from Koliolalclc.
Stmrlwnlunl from Kauai.
Stmr Kilauea Hon from
Stmr Jns Mnkco fiom Kintal.
Schr Llholiliu Iium Kauai.
W I ml ward
S S Alameda for the Colonies.
Dglno Conuselo for S.m Francisco.
Stmr Klnau for the Volcano ami -windward
Stmr Mokolll forMoloknl
Schr Manttoknwai for Koolaii
Schr Sarah & Elton for Koolau
Sclir Hcela for Koo'au
SohrLeahl for llunalcl
Stmr O It Bishop for Wuiunae
VESSELS LEAVING TO-M0nROW.
Stmr Jas Makee for Wnlunac and Kaua
at 4 1 m
Stmr Iwnhuil for Kauai at 5 v m
Stmr Llkollkc for Kahulul
Stmr KUauca llou for Windward ports
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Zealandia
Gcr bk Livingstone
Bktne Mary Wlnkclmnu, Backus
Ilk Calbarlen, Hubbard
Qer scbr Alary 0 Bohui,
Ger bk Furst Bismarck, Vander Ving
Bk Holden, Joyenson
Norwegian bark Aurora, Suttcrlaud
Haw brig Allio,ltowo, j Phillips, from
Hongkong, due Sept 10 to Nov 10.
Bol bark Don Nicolas, Boss, from
Po'rt Towiisend, W T, due July 20-31.
Nle bk BImljlo, Howard, from De
parture Bay, It 0, duo June 25-30. .
Ger bark Pacific, Oilman, from Bre
men, due Sept 20-30.
Am bark California, from Port Town
send, "r T, due Aug 1-11.
Am "tern Eva. J O Wikman, from
PortTownsend, W T, due Aug 10-20.
Brltbk Isle of Erin, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due July 15-31.
Am.bkJSdwnid May, Johnson, from
Boston, due August 20-31.
Bilt ship Amaua, from Liverpool, duo
Am schr Ida Schnaucr, from Eureka,
Cal, due at Kabului, July 20-30.
Brit bark Iioncrag, from Liverpool,
due October 15-30.
Brit bark W II Watson, from Liver
pool, due October 1-20.
Am ship Fairfield, from Hongkong,
due August 20-30.
Am bark Nicolas Thayer, Crosby,
from Newcastle, N S W, due August
Am bark Elsinorc, G W Jeriks.-from
Newcastle, N S W, due1 August 20-30.
Am burk Paclllc Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, X S W, due September
OSS Australia, (Haw), II Webber,
from San Francisco, August 23d.-
K MS S Mnraroa, (Brit) James Edle,
from the Cflciics, en route to San
Fiaucisco, di c August 28th.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Jas Makee 2,C52 bags sugar
and 1G7 bags rice.
Schr Luka 1,014 bags sugar.
From San Francisco, per S S Ala
meda, Aug 7 3Irs Cunha and child, J
Gllliland, WMKose, Gj W Hughes, A
de S Cauavano, M. Louisson, May
Coolidge, UK Armstrong, J.RSKyn
nersley and bride, J II Paty and wife,
Geo Ordway,- F Stuait, E H Bin rill,
Gus Anderson, Mrs E Ordway and 72 in
transit for the Colonies.
Fiom San Francisco, per S S Zea
landia, Aug Uth J Levey and wife, F A
Smith, MraF A Day, J E Bidwell, J
Eagan, F Skidmore, 31 Rosenthal, II
Ilei eater, J Dean, J JCniter, AHeiberg
J Wilson J Silverman, J Reynolds, Mr
and Mrs Costa, C Kcntcr, V Medcrlth,
For San Francisco per Bgtne Consuclo
Aug 8th II S Davidson, E N .Dyer
wife and 4 children, Mis and Miss Wal
lace, H. L. Wallace.
From Honolulu for Sydney perSS
Alameda Aug' 8th W A McNcil,.Mrs
Gray child and maid, Thos Evans, II
Hanson and D De Pouta.
The S S A'amea Mofsc, commander,
Balled from Saii Francisco Aug 1st at
1 :37 a M. First 40 hours had strong N
W winds and rough sea, then lino
weather with llht easteily breezes to
Houolulu. Arrived, at Honolulu Aug
7th at'8 l' M.,llnie Oidays 22 hours. The
Alameda after discharging her freight
and passengers sailed lor the Colonies
on Sunday the 8th nt about rioon.
The Bg'ine Consuelo sailed yesterday
for San Fiaucisco with 2,255 bags of
sugar 000 bags of rlco and 20 bbls of.
molasses. Value- $13,400.45.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A machinist is wanted for a plan
tation on Kftimi.
Tjie Royal Hawaiian Band played
at the Palace this morning.
BooK-Ki:kriNO class at "the Y, M.
C. A. at 7 o'clock this evening.
Mn. C. Hummer has sufficiently
recovered from his injures to drive
The faces of John Paty, Esq. and
M. Louisson, Esq. are again visible
RUMons are alloat on-tho streets of
contemplated changes of Oahu jail
The sugar quotations, by last mail
aro: 90 Cuba basis, New York, 51; ;
San Francisco, 4.
L. J, Levey will sell to-morrow, at
12 noon, potatoes and onions, just
landed ex Zealandia.
IIoiuc-'E Treijloan has improved to
tho oxtent of, gaining some control
over his extremities. l
The Allio Howe left China for
Honolulu, Juno 2(5, 1880, and may bo
expected loro any day,
Hkuou A. de Soua Cuuavano,
Portuguese Commissioner to Hawaii,
ias returned from tho Coast.
IWesbhb. A. W. Pcirco & Co., Ship
Chandlers, tiro selling everything iu
- . JfctS ,ia& VV, ...v.Vi !). '?
tholr lino at reduced prices, prepara
tory to closing but their entire stock.
Ik you aro font! of blood and
thunder stories, Bpend nn hour or
two on Mclntyro'a corner sonio even
jng, iWH your fondness will bo natiiJtcdi
- T&-MOM:bw (Tuesday), Mr. Lewis
J. Lovoy will sell at auction at his
Mik'siooni, 100 bales choice Califor
nia hay, just landed in prime order.
A OltiNKsn passenger by the S.. S.
Alameda died of apoplexy, on tho
3rd iust. Tht! "hotly wnsviribaltiiwlr
and on its arrival hero was interred.
The two milo skating race at the
rink Saturday night between Fiji,
Napoleon, and Antonc, was won by
the last named. Hartnian did not
One hundred nnd twenty-two
Chinese immigrants arrived by tho
Zoiilandiii this morning, and twenty
two by tho bark Livingstone the
PnoToauAi-Hs of tho King of Ba
varia lying in State reached Hono
lulu by tho mail Satuiday night.
The pictures referred to were sent to a
resident Bavarian gentleman.
Pkoplk lehiding in the neighbor
hood of Fort and Kukui streots coin
plain of a horse, stabled on Fort
street, next house to Mr. Wagner's.
This ur.imnl hns the habit of kicking
nearly all night, and keeping people
Mn. T. M. Henderson, at Hollis
ter's, received (the sad news, by the
Alameda, of the death of his aged
father Mr. William Ilendei son. De
ceased was a resident of Montreal,
and had attained the ripe age of 72
The San Francisco "Morning Call,"
July 23, says: "Captain K.'W. Laine,
of Honolulu, is at the Lick House.
John Cummings, one of the largest
planters of the Sandwich Islands,
accompanied by his family, arrived
in .the Zealandia yesterday."
. . m
The local gioccries nie all bloom
ing with fruit to-day. The establish
ments of McTntyi-e & Bro., C. Hus
tace, H. May & Co., Wolfe & Co.,
Levis & Co. and Davis & Wilder, all
have a Market street' appearance, the
fruit, for the most part, looking re
Captain Hubbard, of tho Caiha
ricn, keeps on board a remarkable
kind of b'Utter, witli, which lie treats
his particular friends when they visit
him at meal time. This butter is
preserved by some peculiar process,
which the Captain letuins as a secret
not to be divulged to anyone !
Captain A. W. Pierce and wife are
yet in California. They thought of
retiii'iiins to Honolulu by the Zea
landia, but at the last 'moment-concluded
to remain and; bee the G. A. K.
celebrations, with the hopes of meet
ing Eastern friends. The captain and
his wife have intimated then- inten
tion of coming home by tho next
Mn. John Eajan, who, several
months ago, was employed in tho
Temple of Fashion, and who re
turned to the States not long ago,
ariived heie this morning by the S.S.
Zealand) j, -with a well selected stock
of genis iinnishiiig goods. Mr.
Eagan will open a flist class store on
the corner of Foit and Merchant
sticets, the latter pait of this week.
i . m m
The Itev. E. C. Oggel and Mrs.
Oggel returned on Saturday, from a
voi-y pleasant mouth's vacation at
Waikapu, Maui. Mr. Oggel conduct
ed tho services at the Lyceum, yester
day, moirung and evening. It was
noted that the day was tho first of
the reverend gentlemen's third year
in the pastorate .of the Bethel Union
S.moke was visible yesterday at
Makiki, which induced people ''to
......1. ... ... ii-li ., .. ., .. r.r
mini. 111U1U wub uru lib iiiu uuuuiu.
Aud so tlice was. It was at the
Cemefeiy in that neighborhood, and
was unintentionally caused by some
Ohineso while performing religious
ceremonies oyer the graves of their
departed friends. Some grave en
closures' were destroyed before tho
fire was 'extinguished.
Satdtiday- afternoon, whilo the
bark Cuiba'icn was discharging
biicks, one'bf "theni fell out of the
tub' when in mid-air, and struck one
of the crew oirtop of the head. Tho
sailor was knocked senseless by the
blow. Blood began to flow from the
ears of tho wounded man, wlien ho
was taken to tho Hospital. He was
resting well yesterday, but tho
wound, it is feared, will result seri
. . i i
Mns'. St. Clair's buggy was broken
to splinters ycste.day afternoon. She
was paying a visit to asistor of Mr.
E. B. Thomas, at the latter's resi
dence, nnd, had given her team in
churgo, of tile tcrvant man, when tho
smash-up occurred, Tho servant had
only taken oil' the bridle when tho
animal bolted. Ho ran around tho
yard with great ppeed, striking the
buggy against every obstacle, until it
was broken to splinters by striking
a heavy curt.
Makino ice-cream by steam is a
process that can b6'seen at any time,
in tho Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
and Bakery, Hotel street. A cylinder
containing tliu ingredients is revolved
800 times ti minute within the cham
ber. A beater lovolving iu an oppo
site direction in the mass gives tho
result a fineness of grain that dis
tinguishes it agreeably from hund
uuulo cream, Pure cream aud milk,
with u libcial admixture of eggs,
fprm the ingredients of Horn's steam
made jce-,cieun,..wjiph hj.rapidly re
ceiving due celebrity,
Hy the Alameda Saturday night
aud the Zealandia this morning,
Messrs. Lewis & Co, received iv splen-
did lot of fruit, fish, and vegetable!.
Tho Iruit nnd vegetables look as
fresh and nico as if gathered this
morning. Several varieties of grapes,
including muscatels, taste as nice as
they look. F.eestono poaches, of
largeiXo andtirctty Appearance, aro
luseimls to tho pnnTto. Fine egg
plums, ,'flcetnrincs, (ears, and other
kinds of fruit', inakc"';l4ic eyes of chil
dren, old and young, sparkle with
delight. A onnoisselir, who had
been Rumpling, was heaul to remark,
"those nie the best peaches I have
tasted in this country."
AitTifiTS Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. 99 Ct.
For tine Ice Cream .Cakes and
Candies, go to thufeljsdd't Elite Ice
Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel' street. Their
Ice Cream is recognized as the best
in town by all connoisseurs. 91
I)n. Flint's Heaut Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of .Heartr-Din-1
case and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
WEST, DOW & CO.
Have received, ex Zealandia, a lot of
cheap Bedroom Sets, Buicaus, Bed
steads, Wuluut TabloH, Music Books',
lusliuetioii Books of all kinds,' Sheet
Music, Stereoscopic Views, Veloci
pedes, Cuts, A'tWs Ci'uvpss, Bats
and Bulls. People wno have ordered
Bheet music aie lcqueslcd to call
eaily. 400 3t
Patronize Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. "Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, rt the Crystal Soda
Works, where he is prepared to till all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly tilled. The nttontion
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no licensees required" o
sell these cigars. Do not forgct'lhe
name J. W. Hingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel htreet.
Mn. H. J. HART,
Proprietor of the Elite Ice Cream
Parlors, Honolulu, H. I.,
Deau Sm: it gives me pleasure
to state to you, that those 3 uitistic
ornamented Wedding and Bridal
Cakes which you made on my order
for Capt. Ahlbom's Wedding at
Lihue, Kauai arrived in good condi
tion and were admired by everybody
present for beautiful design of
ornaments and more so for the rich
quality and fine flavor of the cake
itself. Yoitrs truly, W. F. Gi.adk.
Honolulu, H. 1.
DEATH OF HERMAN FAUTH.
Herman Fauth, mate of the
steamer Kilauea llou, of the Wilder
K. S. Ct., dropped dead at the Pali
yestevday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.
Fauth, accompanied by the mate of
the bark Fuist Bismark, rode out to
the Pali in a buggy. They had
hitched Ibe loam at the bottom of
the hill, and were standing by the
iron railing on the summit of the
Pali, when Fauth suddenly fell
backwards to the ground, striking
his head against a projecting stone
and causing a wound that bled pro
fusely. There being no signs of
consciousness, and the mate of the
Bismark not being able to resuscitate
the injured man, assistance was
looked for. While the mate of the
Bismark wa9 on his way to the
nearest house Mr. A. P. Cooke ap
peared, and on examining. Mr.
Fauth found him to ho dead. After
a while other people arrived at the
Pali, and with their assistance the
body waa taken to t bcresjdcncc of Mr.
C. M. Cooke, where proper convey
ance was obtained to bring the body
to Honolulu. Mrs. Fauth was driven
home in a buggy, while the remains of
her deceased liusband ware "taken
?to the undertaker's. A ppst mortem
examination was held this morning
by Drs. McWayne and Webb, who
report that the death of Mr. Faiuh
was caused by heat t disease. Her-
"toan Fauth was boin in Bartlj, Ger
many, in the year 1844. He came
to these islands a year or so ago,
and was appointed chief olllcer of
the steamer 'Kilauea Hon in April,
1885. lie was married about a year
ugo, and now leaves a young widow
to mourn his loss. A subset iption
list is being circulated among the
employees of the Wilder S. S. Ci.'s
to raise funds for the bereaved
widow. Tho Hags of tho Wilder S.
S. Co.'s stenmcis are at half-mast
in respect for the deceased mate.
The funeral lakes place this after
noon at ! :!i0 o'clock, from the lute
residence, Queen street.
TRIAL OF MICHIEL8.
AUQUMENT OV COUNSEL.
On the Court resuming
Mr. Neumann asked leave to make
a motion for the admission or re
buttal testimony on behalf gf the
defense. Ho, Jjad'neard during the
recess that Ah Choy had acquain
tance with Wopg Tut Poon, which
he denied in hit 'evidence.
The Attorney-General objected
to the motion, us he did not sec any
relevancy in the mutter, and the
prosecution had closed its case be
fore leeess at the desire of tho defense-Mr,
Neumann said that, of
course, If the Attorney-General ob
jected, ho could not make tho mo
tiou. Ho then proceeded with his
argument for tho defense, beginning
with an acknowledgment that the
Attorney-General had conducted the
prosecution fairly, without going
beyond the strict line of his duty.
But he considered tho action against
his oltent was premature ; that tho
Marshal and lil&ofllccr, nnd oven
the Attorn.oy-Oh-ncvni had been
misled. Jle jicJittluik. .utsa.8P .had
been mode on tj "bu t" UTiuTtlioi'o "was a
conspiracy tooWcen thorv6'rifcl)'rs and
Ah Choy for"Tuposes''cfjgaui'. His
onlj objection hndihciwloj the evi
dence of Good, who Bceratdito have
bcciuoari'icd- cmlsiclc ti ttafifaelsi by
his feelings.' He Itadi.tutkcibtiAhuna
if the c-Tllh lm-Aluickutpikun was as
binding astf-tuie'vdtuiumlcrcd ac
cording to the rites of his own re
ligion. .- lb was niondly.'pei!Jur-$HfotY
a witness to slate anything false on
the stand whether he considered tho
oath taken binding or not. The
evidence of Ahuna was one tissue
of lies from beginning to end. Not
a line, or corner, oc segment, of it
(ittcd into the stony., told by Ah
Choy. The prosecution had mot at
tempted to fasten the guilt on any
one else, but simply pleaded enliro
innocence of the ownership of the
opium. if Abulia's, statement lhat
no bargain was mautt jh I'liciay was
true, then Ah Choy's was a lie. It
was immaterial which of the China
men lied: he believed both of them
lied. Had they more opportunities
of comparing notes, the two men
could have constructed n more con
sistent story. Ah Choy was the
greatest benefactor IhiifMcrinnnunity
bed. There had been much wrangl
ing over the Question of licensing
opium, but. when Ah Choy came
forward and said ho wr.s only in
fluenced by patrioiic motives in de
nouncing their client, the question
was solved. With Ah Choy there
would be no more .smuggling of
opium. He reviewc&v.lho' evidence
to show contradiction between
Ahuna nnd Ah Choy, fiom which he
concluded Abulia's testimony was
utierly false. -They had not intro
duced evidence to prove an alibi,
but fortunately it t turned, out that
their witnesses had proved that
Michiels was not, .as Ahuna had
sworn, engaged all Friday after
noon in his stole reading and writ
ing. Ah Choy skipped out of the
store whenever the ofdceis entered.
That was not stuprising, as persona
engaged in such work did not usually
stay long in tho place whero the
work was canicd on. Every-item
in the evidence pointed as direct as
the needle to the polo star, to a con
spiracy between these Chinamen to
put up a job on Michiels. Was it
reasonable to suppose that Michiels
would make an appointment to de
liver opium and receive the moucy
for it, at a certain-hour, in the morn
ing, aud Luoiube,?fonnd lying in bed
at that hoiif? lie had never, in all
his experience in this country,
known a case to be brought for the
unlawful possesion of opium upon
such flimsy evidence as this one.
The Marshal had doubtless told the
liuth, when ho said he saw Michiels
going to the Post Ollice, but yet there
was nota partiple of evidence thatMi-,
duels met Ah Choy in his store that
afternoon. Could any man in his
6enses believe that their client would
have, in full view of such a thronged
thoioughfaie as .Fort street, dived
under his counter and, pulling out a
tin of opium, hold it aloft to show
to Ah Choy. Commenting on the
importance that attached to the
time at which each step of the
defendant had been made, he asked
why it was that the, piosecntion had
produced no evidence of Govern
ment oillcers regarding the time
when Ah Choy laid his infoimatiou
at the Government building. In
conclusion lie claimed that there
was up,., evidence to convict his
client; that nothing outside of the
offense charged could be brought
forwaid against his client; that
guilty knowledge had not been
pioyed against the defendant, as
must have been done to sepurc con
viction; that guilt must be proved
beyond a reasonable, doubt, but
theic had been no pi oof to that
effect except the testimony of
Ahuna and Ah Choy, who both had
evidently prcjurcd themselves; that
a mere preponderance of evidence
was not suillcicnt to convict, and
that defendant's word was as good
as that of either of those two Chi
nese; that tho proof presented must
not only be consistent with the guilt
of defendant, but be inconsistent
with every other theory; that tho
Court was sitting. in tho position of
a jury, who must give tho defendant
the benefit of any reasonable doubt.
It was the disposition of many in
tho community to believo tho worst
regarding.auyman's, .character, but
it was unnecessary to ask this
Court to pay no attention to rumor.
Ho cited Sir William Blackstone in
the sentiment that smuggling was
only a slight misdemeanor, a venial
offense, and claimed an acquittal on
the ground that no case hud been
made ouagajnst the deseudant of
Attorney-General Dare claimed
tho prosecution had been conducted
as a Judicial enquiry. Counsel had
complained that the prosecntion had
not worked tip their case properly.
Hereafter he 'would submit all his
cases to Mr. .Neumann for approval.
Then counsel was disturbed over
Wong Tni Poon. One would think
he had been overtaken by a typhoon
at soino time, which upset liisent
and scattered his papers, nnd hud
been ever since haunted by n typhoo.
The prosecution had not brought
Tni Toon in, but that character had
been dragged into Court by tho
defense. The latter had tried to
fasten him on to their witnesses, but
had failed. On returning to Court
from luuch he was much disturbed
to know what line of argument tho
well-known ingenuity of counsel
would adopt. It proved to be m
assertion of falsehood against (he '-TJ1 Tt' "MTTVinPUr"') FOH3AMtaT -M
witnesses tor the prosecution. What Jlj, JU, JVLil I JELill Wf fUPMGHT WESTKnMATEH BEK- 'm
else could it bo? Did anyone ever . .rt,. ,., t .,.,., -S LIN PIANO. Willing to let samo fM
see ii lawyer defending a case with- CONTBAOTOR & BUILDER, out, oaroMonftblo time. Ajmlyjto i M
out trying to make tho witnesses out
ns liars? The doicnso acknowledged
that Sopor was to bo.bclicvcdjind
Sopor's evidence proved a portion at
least of tho testimony, -of Ah nCho.y
to be true. With reference to -thc
imputation of conspiracy, the Attorney-General
aigudd that it was ab
surd. There was no attempt to show
revenge as a motive for conspiracy:
!rtvhile, if reward was the object, it
was unlikely to suppose that China
men would invest S2!)G in 37 tins of
opium, for the sake of half tho fine,
which would be S2o. That was not
the way Chinamen did business.
The silent evidence of the valise
was" more eloquent than words, and
it was shown that when defendant
entered the store he walked straight
to tho valise and kick it, then turn
ed to his scr.vnnt who had served
him faithfully for suven years and
tiied to fasten the guilt on him. Mr.
Dare reviewed tho evidence as to
time given for the movements of
that afternoon, to show discrepan
cies iu the evidence for the defense.
A white man watching for the pur
pose swore to Ah Choy entering de
fendant's store at a lime when the
testimony for the defense proved de
fendant was there. As to "reason
able doubt," it must test upon the
evidence, nnd if thcie was any
rensonable doubt in Hie evidence in
tilts case, he would like to have it
pointed out. As ibe attempt to
piove an alibi had failed, it was not
worili while to icfcr to it.
Mr. Neumann said the alibi evi
dence luul showed that Ahuna was
not telling the tt iilh when he said
the defendant was in the store all
Mr. Dare said that the strongest'
evidence was not that which ngieeil
in the minutest dcla'ls. It was the
teslimouy of conspirators which
could not be shaken on cioss-cxami-nation.
He concluded by saying
that the quality of mercy did not
rest in this Court. It stood bctwceiT
the people and the accused to ad
minister justice on the evidence pro
duced. If the defendant was guilt'
let the st rong arm of the law fall
upon him though he were a king ;
hut if innocent let him go free
though he were the meanest beggar
Justice llickerton remarked on
the large quantity of evidence, of
which he had taken notes', and se
veral authorities kindly looked up
for his consideration by counsel,
and remanded the case for judg
ment, till Wednesday morning next.
.. -SOCIAL FLIRTS. .
A, a nervous person, takes 13, a
lady for whom ho has long cherish
ed fceHngs of affection, down to
dinner. By dint of many mixed
liquors he screws himself up to tho
point of asking her. to become his
wife. No sooner are the words out
of his mouth than ins attention is
distracted by a pointed question ad
dressed to him by someone seated
opposite; owing to which interrup
tion he fails to gather the nature of
B's response, whispered at the mo
ment when the hostess gives thq
signnl for the ladies to withdraw.
AVhen A rejoins tlipin, B has leff
What bhould Ado?
THE SCIENCE OF BILLIARDS.
A noble lord, addicted to billiards,
and already very scientific on tho
board of green cloth; yet now and
then coming ' off-" number '"two" iii
friendly contests, desired to steal a
march on his friends, and so wrote
to Roberts, the champion billiard
player, asking for an appointment
to take Jessons. Roberts replied that
he was engaged at a guinea an hour
every day until tho '2Cth of May
next. It is evident that a lucrative
calling is opening up for tho rising
generation, and.jve ,may find the
learned professions rivalled in
popularity, if not hy tho science of
the cue. ' ir '
Cheap, in any Quantity.
99 HUBTACEA ROHEltTSON. Im
A DWELLING HOUSE qu Punch,
howl htiei-t, a .few houses above
Ueretunia utieet, consisting of J rooms,
kitchen and jmniiy, also detached ser
vants' rooms., stable, carriage house,
bathroom, eic-, etc. Grounds nicely laid
out. r-'or further particulars, apply to
99 tit 11. I1AOKFELI) & CO.
124 Boretania Street,
Is jfpw Open.
Any person desirous or pro
em lug a plea ant homo can
dobo liv ii D11 vini: to the un
dersigned. 'I his house and lot Is situ
ated on Fort street, next to the Gymna
sium Building. The grounds are plant
ed witli many ruro trees and plants.
O. K. MILLER'S
01 lm Business Agency.
npilE undersigned, having been op.
jL pointed nn Assignee of the Estnto
ot 1. Kaulmakunlu & Co. of Makaiduu,
Hrtnn, Maui, bankrupts, all pcreoim in.
debted to said Estate are hereby notified
to pay the same Immediately to tho un.
designed. W. O. FAIUCE, Assignee.
Honolulu, Aug. 7, 18S0, 00 lw
afHo.telMffc:t, ,. ;,HQnqlulu,Jr
V. 0. Box 315; Bell Tolephone 63.
y;AH work in mv lino fidtlifullv tionti,
PJans and Mx-ciflcnilons made. John
bmg iu nil details done nt short notice.
ool Work ami Low Chnrgeft
jh my Motto. P9
WAJNTJSD. . '.,(v..l'
BY a Portuguese, situation Ju a
gentleman's place as Coachman or
Gardener, or in come livery stable,
where he can make himself "generally
useful, being a harness maker by trade
and knowing how to fix and mend every-
jiitng in that line. Apply to .Mesanv-i
Gonsalvcs A Co , Ucnvpr lilo'ok, nttnVT
Ex Mnrlposn,,frOitftNew Zeaihtat'-'
. " m
YATES & McKENZIE,
No. 20 Fort Street.
Oppoiltc O. 8. S. CoJVluvfrt,f-!
REAL ESTATE, "for 8!EE.
PARTIES desiring to purchase the
property situate on;- tho, mnkai
corncr'of Palaco W:ik .nmj Pjnlclit)6Sl
street, in this city, can.lcatn terms .arid
price by applying to'tlfe uiuTe'fsijjned.
The property has everal(,buildinKS,up
on same, nil at picscnt occupied by ten
ants, and the annual -TcutaUaSUSGO., M
Honolulu, Augut 4, 1SSC. 97 lw
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Ilavf juBt Received, by the
" FURST BISMARCK, "
Beers, lines ait JLipors
St. Pail I i
A Splendid Line of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Filter Presses and Filter Press Clbth,
Sugar and Coal Bags, all sizes;
Hemp Twine, Gilvanizcd Fence Wire,
with Fish Plates, Bolts and Spikes,
Portland Cement, full weight,
Hoofing Slates, Havana Cigars,
A number of the mucli-favored
witli a large quantity of the most popu.
YELLOW SHEATHING METAL
. Also, Swedish Matches, Crockery.i
91 tf Etc., Etc. v- '
Largo HAY HORSE
easy riding, and bro
ken to harness. Suit
ablo for Express or
Pfl:tw '"" p. J. LOWUEY.
AS complaints have reached me of
late from some of my customers
that they can purchase Hawaiian-made
Soap cheaper than I have beeu selling
it, 1 beg to stato that I havo always
transacted my business in a fair and
straightforward way, charging tho same
price to all alike, nnd selling at a
moderate rate; and at the same time I
public that from nnd after this date my
price will be 7 per 100 lbs.
Honolulu Soap Works. Leleo, Hono
lulu, Juno 21st. 60
Burnt Out, butNotDead !
Ryan's Boat-Bniliiig Hod
Is now adjoining the rear of
tt 00 100
nnw'n Carriage Manf 'glCo.
E. O. Hall &. Son,
O. Brewer & Co.,
Wnlluku Sugar Co.,
'. - 1JU
Star Mill. ' 'f74M
ltcolproalty bugar Co., t , . 60
Ico Company,' (3 "87
L. A. THURSTON, Stock BroVei.
33 Mcrchnnt Street. ini ly
TO THE PUBLIC.
Tor PaciidTansfer Co:"
m.a -m j."V-Jitf
Ottlco with O.'K. Miller,- '"
43 Merchant Street,
Bell Tel., 37,7, Jual TeL, 381.
I am fully prepared to do nil kindsof
druyago, hunting or niovlng work, all of
which I will guaranteo to execute fuitu
fully,. m" ,, "V ' , "
62 ly S. F. GRAHAM, Prop'r.
. . .. j u it.
r. f i n
i,iw ri. Y ) wjtuAnmf jgj. ft ft SB
PAINTING ? 1
Having iccurcd tho SorvlceVwftT'
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
ne are prepared to execute all
outers In ..
House ov JSig-n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
c Mortgagee's Notice of
cordaneu' with a Power of Sale
'contained in a certain mortgage deed,
dated the 2nd day of. September, A.D.
1884, made by Ioiuie Moluhi of Wailua.
uka, Kiiwiilhou, Island of Kauai, to
John Robs of Honolulu. nnd recorded In
tho otllce of the liegistrur of Convey
ances, at Honolulu, in Liber 01, on
pages 180 nnd"181', and for a breach of
condltiortH In Bitld mortgage deed con
tained, to wit: the non-payment thereof,
all and singular the premises described
'in said mortgage deed, will, after the
'time4 limited, by. Juw, be eohiat public
auction In Honolulu.
The property to lie sold under the snld
powor ofAale jp situated nt Leleo, Ho-
iuomtiYisinmi-01 uniiUj ami consists oi
hi Housq.and Lgt, more particularly des
cribed Iri'RJP.-aVUtJ, L.C.A:-2m.g
TOHN' MDKK. Mnrl.rmrn..
Bv W. C. I'aiike, his Attorney.
nonoiuiu, omy ii, 1030. so sw
.Crystal -Ma. Ms
i .MaUutncturers of ...
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, Sarsaparilla,
Fruit Syrups and Essences and
made fraVthe.pjire'Applc, all.of which
we guaranlce'to bo the he3t.
invite narties intending
starting stores1 for' thu sale of iced
dripks and-wlehlng fountain supplies,
toicall on us .before going elsewhere.
Tie Crystal Soda Ms,
P. O. Box 307, Honolulu.
Bell Telephone, : : 298
Mutual " ' : : : 330
i ... 'sjf
Mer-IsM S. I. Co.,
Tli J3est JR-oiite
to the World Kcnowncd
Volcano of Kilauea
Tlicnew nnd staunch
Steamer-W. G. Hall
Leaves .Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
' Friday, August lUth.
The steamer passes along. the cntlro
coast of ihe leeward side of Hawaii, af.
fording tourists a panorama .of charm
ing scenery, and will stop at Kenlnkc.
kuu Bay. where suftlcient time is allow,
cd to visit the Monument of Captain
Touristy, by this route r,cach Punaluu
nt 5 o'clock on- Ihe day after lcaing
Honolulu, beiug only one night on the
vessel, making Ihe entiro passage in
smooth, water. At.Punaluu there is thu
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will beconveved
jby raJlrpad to Pnhaln, thence by stuge
coach to Uulf.wuy House, whore horses
and guides will be in attendance to con.
vey them to the Volcnno.
Tourists will have two nights and one
whole day at the Volcauo House.
Ticket for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to IIAIUtY AHMITAGE,
Agent, ut Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort street, or nt tho oftlco of the 1. 1. S.
N. Co:, Esplanade. :I70 Om
Will bo open every nfternoon and even,
ing as follows:
pMonday, Tucudny, AVnlncHdny aud
To the public in gcucrul.
For ladies and gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen and children.
Lessons in Fanoy Skating.
Friday and Saturday Evenings.
. WILLIAM WAIX, Manager.
Choice Property for Sale.-
M. B. GHINBAUM & CO..
80 lin Queen street.
LPT QOBHElOF FORT AND
.School JptrcftU, belonging to Mr, M.
LouUsou. Enquire at tho office of
w-a-. ym' t v. .,..tofilte,v . ,