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THURSDAY, OCT. !, 188S.
Schr Kenuhou from Hawaii
Stmr Kuala for Wnialua and Waianac at
0 11 111
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr C H Hihop for Waianao, YVaialua
and ivoolau at I) a 111
From Walalna per stun- 0 IS UMiop,
Oet ;i Vj (.iovernor.l O Doniiuls, ,Vir
Stllluian, Mi- I) .1 Slillnuui, Mr l'ahatt.
ilrs cqitiri;--, 5 native-, and 22 deck.
VESSELS IN POUT.
II H M R Connnran. Jasper Xicolls
JlKtnu W G Irwiu. MeCtilloeh
Ship Daniel Jinnies. Strovor
UKS Aleit. Oiuliain
Haw lik Jus v Kin;;-, ucrrv
Hawaiian bk Lady i.unpson, Sodcrgren
15k U JJ lliyaul, Lee
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Cooi.eu weather to-day.
vVn.L theie bo 11 icgalta this year?
y looks us cloiin ns a
Tnmtn weie s-ovor.il visitors to
S. ri. Aleit Ibis morning.
Koist. lloyd has, been appointed an
assistant stoicl;eoier in llie Custom
Tin: street- in the business portion
of the eity had iv very deserted ap
Tin: Honolulu Social Club will
meet this eening to elect otliccrs for
the ensuing year.
Tun St. Andrew's Sewing Society
will meet Friday afternoon at the
usual time and place.
Hawaiian jurors will have to be in
attendance at the Supienio (Joint to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
.Toiin Maikhain, up to lccenlly a
Custom House guaid, has accepted
a position on the Kleelo plantation,
A lakoi: sale of land and cattle
will bo held on Oct. Sth, at noon, by
Mr. Armitage for .Mr. .Morgan, auc
tioneer. Tin: next organ recital will be
given at Knum.iknpili Church Thurs
day evening, Oct. 11th, when an at
tractive piogramme will be presented.
Ox Monday next Mi. L. J. Levey
will sell si numbci of valuable boites
and cariiageh by oider of .1. F. Col
burn, trustee for I), and S. K. Mahoe.
Tun regular monthly meeting of
the Bonid of Uejirc&cntativcs of the
Honolulu File Depai Uncut will bo
held this evening at, 7 ::10 at the Bell
Lv A. M. llowolt'.s (.lore window
may be seen a Democratic campaign
liandkcicbief. Inside the sloie is a
Jine stock of goods selling at twenty
per cent discount.
Tiiniegular meeting of tbo St.
Andrew's Church Association will
bo Iiold this evening in the old Ca
thedral building at 7 :!!(). A full at
tendance is leq nested.
Tm: subject at the meeting of the
Debating Society this evening will be
"Js an educational franchise neces
sary to the success of lepresenlalive
Government?" Mr. F. Turrill will
lead the aflirmative, Mr. Geo. Jlein
aiiann the negative.
Mn. G. D. Uiluiau of Boston, Mass.,
formeily a well known icsideiit of
these Islands, has lecently been hon
ored. His Majesty the King has con
ferred upon him the insignia of
Knight Commander of tbo Jtoyal
Order of Kal.ikaua in appreciation of
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. A. Honolulu Hillcs at
St. Andrews Church Association
regular meeting at 7:110.
Debating Society at 7:!50.
Oceanic Council No, 777 A. L. of
II. at 7:30.
KlecMon of ofllcers Honolulu So
cial Club at their rdoms, Mclnerny
block, at 7:30,
tion. On "Wednesday morning tlio semi
annual meeting of the Hawaiian
Evangelical Churches was com
menced in Kaumakapili Church, ten
churches being represented. The
Ilcv. J. Kekahuns of "Waianao, the
moderator, preached the opening
sermon. Kcports were read from
the churches of Kwa, Wninluu, Vai
anac, Kaliuku and Hauula. The
Association authorized the paatcr of
the Kaiiniiikupili chinch to go among
the other churches and try to raise
money to pay off the debt of 8(1,
000. Several papuis were read and
there was an animated disciirsiou 011
tlio nature and lruits of turn repent
ance. The character of the teach
ing in Government schools was also
yitwKiVRvy. ' -i fS
IT IS RUMORED
That James II. lJo,yd will bo the
new Chainboilniu; that the nru
menls of our lawyers arc too long;
that Tinker's bologna sausages nto
iintucnsc; that the nativu souliuft
prefer pleasure to c'tity ; that so far
the NVnialuri shooting party ltnve
done nothing but shatter n telephone
pos,t; that quarterly bills arc nu
merous; that Illie 'British llagshin
hi not coining to capture the islands,
but to find out what Tom Dow, Ming
Ilyin and Chun Sing are up to;
that Company No. 1 is the favorite
in the drill contest.
WuiNKSDAY, (Jd. 3.
Mrs. Pchukulanl Auld vs. Kcopu
hlwa. Assumpsit for 825. Judg
ment for plaintiff for S'28.10 includ
.1. F. Colburn vs. Chin Chan Yen.
Assumpsit for $10. Judgment for
S13.70 including costs.
Chas. Klcmuie vs. A. Kennedy.
Assumpsit for 52.50. The gar
nishee S. 1$. Uose is ordered by the
Couit to retain all moneys in his
hands up to time of service. Case
continued to the 5th inst.
TnunsDAV, Oct. 1.
One drunk was fined $. with $1
Akakani was charged with ob
structing and perverting justice hi
aiding l'alakiko and Kaininvai to es
cape while they were under arrest
for assault and battery. The case
is not yet concluded.
FIRE COMPArF MEETINGS.
At the regular meeting of Engine
Company No. '2 last evening a chal
lenge was sent to Honolulu Engine
Co. No. 1 for a friendly drill con
test. Following is a copy of the chal
lenge: Honolulu, Oct. 3, 1888.
To Tin: O menus ani Mr.nnnits ok
Honolulu Exoim: Co. No. 1.
Gentlemen: The ofllcers and
members of Mechanic Engine Co.
No. 2 hereby challenge your com
pany to a friendly competitive drill,
on Saturday next, at o o'clock p.
m., the details of which to be arrang
ed by the executive olliccrs of both
companies. The purpose of said com
petition will be to sco who gets first
water on, using suction hose from
the Inter-Island S. S. wharf, after
running 300 feet of hose. Further
details to be arranged as above
stated. J. Lucas.
V. II. Greig, Secretary.
The challenge has been ac
cepted. It will no doubt cause
conquerable excitement. Two new
members were elected.
Company No. 1 had under consi
deration the challenge of No. 2.
Other business was of the Usual
At the meeting of Protection
Hook it Ladder Co. a brief session
was held, nothing of interest being
The deposed King of Samoa re
cently wrote a letter to a friend from
Caineroons, Alriea, of which the
following is a translation :
"In the good providence of God
I am well, and the young men also
who have come here with me. There
are three of them. Alesana and
Aisake of Apia and Tali, the son of
Pomaro, who was with us in old
limes at Malua. This country is
very hot like Samoa. Cocoanuts
arc plentiful and also breadfmiu
and bananas. Here, however, lover
is prevalent and it does not agree
with us. The governor is kind to
us in the way of food. We have
bread and tea and rice and bananas
also as our food. Nothing has been
said to mo as to the time we are to
remain here or as to when we may
return to our own land in Samoa.
The governor, however, has said
that my brother and I are to remain
here at Caineroons, but Aisake and
Tali are soon to return to Samoa.
1 keep at a distance from
all spirit-drinking. "We do not go
about at night. When it gets daik
we go into our house and sit there.
We arc afraid to go about this place
METE0R0L0CICAL REPORT FOR SEP
TEMBER. AT 0 A.M. LOCAL TIMi:.
.Means for mouth.
Temperature Jiiiinnieter '2
Uncorrected Uarometer Jteading.!l0.It!7
Corrected Jhirometcr ltciulln"....:iO.UJ.'i
Teuipciaturo, (by bulb
JJcw point 70.8
Lla'stlc foieo of aqueous vajior.
AT !1 1'. M. I.OOAL TIM K.
Temperature Barometer 78.J
1'ncoiicctcd Jlaiometer Itoadliur.uO.I:!:!
Conecied ISaromctcr Bending.. UU.O.Il
Temperature, dry bulb
" wet "
J-lliintlo force ot lujueom vapor..
M tiitiiiimt li.imwti Minn. . . . . .
J.MUn.MKS KOlt .MONTH.
JJlghest collected Har. reading, ilO.lCf
oil Hie ilOth at 'J l'. -M.
Lowest corrected JJ r. loading, liU.yiil
on the 7,1) at t) a. M, and 'J 1:
Highest temperature In shade, 00
on the 25lh, 2Uth and 27th.
Lowe-it teiupcialiuo in shade, fJO on
the Pith, liOtli, 27lh, 2Mh anil aOlli.
CiMiet dally lainfall, l.OoO inches
on the bill.
IJl.Mii Cum- VDAMo.
rnHE ONLY LIVE PAPER In
JL Honolulu "Tlio Dally Bulletin,
W) cenu per niputli.
II. TJ. M. S. Swi'tstiro, Admiral
tlenoogo, the llaHhip of the North
Pacific squadron, may lie looked for
here the last week in this mouth.
"s he Hyacinth will return hero in
about two inoiiUls.
it is doubtful whether the Con
quest and Carolina touch ut this
poit this year.
A FOOLHARDY TRIP.
Captain Andrews, who, in Juno
started from Boston, Mass., in the
dory Dark Secret to cross the Atlan
tic was compelled to abandon the
voyage, and arrived in New Yoik,
lie said he had been two months
and one day alone in the little boat,
and had not tnslud 11 morsel of warm
food all that time becauso the alco
hol stove was tilled with water. The
distilled water which he took along
to drink was exhausted, so was the
poik, and nothing W113 left but
canned goods, of which he had
tired. The bottom of the bout was
covered with sea glass and barna
cles, and he bad lost his drag, had
trouble with the sharks anil alto
gelher was quite ready to abandon
tbottip in midocean. When the
Swedish liaik Nor came along,
Aug. 19th, bo was picked up in hit.
10 18' and Ion. 3!)o0 which
va3 about 55 miles more than half
way across the ocean. Andrews is
confident that hud he not liicu delay
ed so long hi adverse Minds in Massa
chusetts Day he would have suc
ceeded, lie says he will try it
again next year. His boat was 1 1
feet 9 inches long, 5 feet wide and
2 feet deep. During his venture
some voyage he spoke 22 vessels,
but saw only four in the past, four
weeks. Andrews' foolhardy adven
ture is even worse than pictured by
himself. The master of the vessel
wiio rescued Andievvs says that he
was too weal: to climb aboard with
out assistance anil unable to stand
when ho 1 cached the deck. He was
veiy wet, his body was much ema
ciated, his clothes hanging in
strings, and his boots eaten full of
holes by salt water. The Dark
Secret was brought back to New
HOHQLULU IRON WORKS.
A repiesentalive of (he Hri-Limx
dropped into tlio Honolulu Iron
Work-- this morning, and asked one
of the employees if there was much
work on hand, tiaid he, "we aie
as busy as bees and likely to be."
A stroll through the different shops
at once proved the asset lion. The
Jion Woikh is without doubt the
most valuable institution of its
kind in the countiy. An accident
happens, say to machinery in a mill
on one of the other islands. Steam
communication is so frequent be
tween the islands that all the man
ager has to do is to send the broken
pait to the Iron Works and it is
sent back repaired by return of
stcamei. This means a great sav
ing of time and expense. Instances
could be mentioned without number
wheic the Iron Works have proved
of immense value to the planters.
At the present time the Honolulu
Iron Woiks is busy making repaiis
and alterations lo machinery pic
paratory to tlio new crop of sugar,
which all over the islands is looking
well. They have just completed
two vacuum pans S by 10 feet, one
fur Kek.ihn. the other for llanama
ulu, on the island of Kauai. A
double efi'eet with cast iron slaying
is ready for shipment lo Ookala,
Hawaii. ,V vacuum cleaner ami
iron jtage for Popeekeo plantation,
Hawaii, capable of cleaning .'30,000
gallons ol juice in nine hours, is
about ready. The works has just
shipped two Maceration mills !10 by
GO, one to lleeia on this island, the
other to liana, Maui. Two broken
rollers froinSpreckelsviilo are await
ing new steel shalls to bo fitted to
them, alfo a roller from Ilanainauhi,
Kauai. The V. G. Hall on her
next trip will take a largo roller for
Naalehu plantation, which lias just
been lilted with a steel shaft.
Walking through the boiler shop
was noticed two pairs of steel
boilers for Waianao plantation, and
several boilers under icpair from
Last week theic was shipped to
AVaiakea Mill, llilo, thu lirst set of
super hcatcis, an improvement in
vented by Hon. A. Young, manager
of the Honolulu iron Works. Mr.
Young has been designing and ex
pciimcnting 011 this invention for the
past twelve months, and has ap
plied for patent for the same in
twenty-two countries. This im
provement is expected lo enable
those who use water on their trash
previous to their second crush, to
use it freely, inasmuch us it is sup
posed lo ho eapablo of evaporating
with tbo ir-uh alone, even for diffu
sion. Tito ti hi! of this at Waiakca
will bo a full stood one. A new
smokestack 100x5 is also being
miulo for this mill.
A very interesting visit through
the vvoiku was brought to a clo-.e by
a peep into the olllce, where the
secretary, Mr, Atwaler, desired to
niipiess upon our representative
that he was an agent to grant mar
riage licences, and had been for a
long time. The manager, Hon. A.
Young had a few jokes to crack
after which our ropoitcr took his
leave. Long may the Honolulu
Iron Woiks llourish.
'fHE ONLY READABLE PA-
jl PER " lb" Kiinjiiri 'Tin
Duily tJullcti'i," 0 cents pei uiw.-.tli.
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
A. lulveiilsu It in Uiu Daily Kullu'ih,
supfiSMK fiflunr of ike Hawaiian
nr.ioni: m'culi.y, .t.
-WunNT.SUAV, Oct. .1.
Ella Lycelt vs. John Tvycctt. Di
vorce. Cecil Ihown for plaintiff;
no appearance of or for defendant.
Plaintiff's motion for publication of
summons and continuance for the
term. The Court so oiders.
is iiaxco iiKroiu: ruix hexoh.
A. II. Loo Ngawk and Tong
Chong Soy, as executors of the will
of T. Aki, deceased, vs. Alexindcr
J. Cartwright, Samuel M. Datnou,
and C. P. laukea, trustees of llis
Majesty Kalakaua. A. H. Uarlwell
for plaintiffs ; P. Neumann and 1
M. Hatch for defendants. Hill to
lniTC a claim against llis Majesty
appioved and paid the same as other
debts provided for in a deed of
tt ust. Defendants' appeal from a
decision of Sept. 21, 1888, of Judge
Preston lor plaintiffs. Argued and
L. A. Thurston, guardian, vs.
Aylett. From yesterda3r. Motion
of defendant, to introduce new evi
dence is argued and taken under
Napahoa (w.) and Wailelc, her
husband, vs. L'hc Chinese Union,
Ah Lee, Goo Kim. A. II. Ngawk,
trustees of said Union. A. Itosa for
plaintiffs; Cecil llrown for defend
ants. Ejectment. Jury waived,
October term, 1887. Plaintiffs ap
peal from a decision of April 2,
1S88, of Judge Preston for defend
ants. Defendants' oral motion that
the appeal is not properly before the
Court because the motion for a new
trial was filed twenty-two days after
the decision, is argued and taken
under consideration, and if not sus
tained appeal will alterward be
The King vs. Kaoaka and Mabe
lona. Deputy Atlorney-Gencral for
the Crow ; A. Kosa for defendant
Mahclona. Lai ccny of one case of
condensed milk and one case of
Java coffee from T. II. Davies &
Co., in Honolulu, on Sept. C, 1888,
valued at $18. Defendant Mahc
lona's appeal from the Police Court,
Honolulu, where on Sept. 18, 1888.
he was found guilty and sentenced
to six months' imprisonment at hard
labor and pay a fine of S10 and costs
SI. 50. The appeal is on the ground
that the prosecution adduced no
evidence as to who composed the
firm of T. II. Davies & Co. Argued
A CSNUIHH MORMON BIBLE.
To the Editor of the "World" :
The following facts may be of inte
rest lo those of your readers who
arc fond of the rare, quaint and
valuable in literary productions: L
have in my possession a copy of the
first edition of the Mormon IJiblc,
or "Book of Mormon," as it is call
ed. I am informed through reliable
sources that only four copies of this
edition are known to be in existence.
One owned by a Western New
Yorker recently sold to a speculator
in rarities for 850. This first edi
tion was published in 18:10 at Pal
myra, Wayne county, N. Y. The
author and proprietor, the title page
tells us, is Joseph Smith Jr., and
the printer, E. 15. Grandin. In
a short preface Smith tells us that
his Hook of Motnions is a transla
tion from certain gold plates, which
plates, he says, were found by him
in the township of Manchester, On
tario 00111113', N. Y. After the pre
face follows the body of the work.
At its close appears the allldavit of
Oliver Cowdery, David Whitiner
and Martin Harris to tlio effect that
"they havo seen the plates" Smith
refers to and "the engraving there
on." The book is substantially
bound in sheep skin and contains
nearly six hundred pages. David
Whitiner, one of "the witnesses,"
recently died in the State of Mis
souri at an extreme old age. He
protested upon his death-bed that
the allldavit above set forth or al
luded lo and subscribed by him was
true in ever' particular. I came
into possession of this valuable book
through a great-aunt of mine, who
bought it at the time of the issue.
Chas. L. Di:an.
Marion, Kan. Feb. 18, 1888.
r.S. F. Bulletin.
UltING my uliienro from tlio Kinc.
unm tlio 11011. w. J-'. Allen will
net for mu under u full power of iittor.
nev in all private mutters, nnd also in
all eftntes in Avlileh I nm ussiuneo or
agent. W. C. PA11KK.
Honolulu. AujiM 3fi, lbS8. 211 2m
TJ. .Ins. Btelner is authorized to col.
XiX lent all outstanding nccouniH of
thu lalu Mr. 11. J. Hurt in noimcriinn
Willi the "Klite leu Cream Parkin..
AULX J. OAUTWHIUIIT,
Kxecutor Khtate of H. .1. Hurt.
Honolulu, October fl, 18fc8. 01 St
Uchl Crown Hrand.
6, 7, 8, and 9 Feet Lengths
.Just landed K. Ship "Coekurnioiith'
For Sale in Quantities to Suit,
Alan, B00 Bids. White Pros,'
At tlio Lowest Market Rates,
iLDER & CO.
Xcllttt Untter V (J hrail rt . i)fl in itrfs
perhnefor Ihtftnl inttiliun, ami 3 ctiili jitr line
terry luhllllonal Imrrlton.
SHOP. Hcai 1
WILLIAM FOSTER, Notary
Public, II inoiuhi. Mari'io and
fire locs stlj'Htcd. G2 lw
JiIACHINB foi Slielliuir Coffee.
Afil nut linvlntr ntm inr qnlo nr
able nnd willing to mitke oue, pleim1 ml.
dn S3 this olllce -IS tf
Stcaui Plmifvh Engineer
I70H n I'hwatloii n thoiouchly coin,
peient nml poller in'in h nquiicil
lo tulle chnreo of the Siumi l'loiirhs.
Mut be a iioml ltiaoLsinlth. Apiv to
02 lw T11KO. H. DAVIKS to CO.
A SPECIAL meeting of
holders of the Mutual
Company will be held for the pm pose
of "Altering the By-Laws," at ilie'om
pany'j Uuliding. on WKDNICSDAY,
October 10th, at 10 o'clock a. m.
C. O. UKllOEH,
01 td Secretary.
SITUATION WANTED "
A YOUNG German Woman with
a Boy ot 2 year- of age, wishes a
situation ns general house servant, and
is wllllne to work for low wages. G od
town references given. For particular
apply at Uui.lktin Oiilce. 58 lw
A GENTLEMAN of over CO years'
business ejperienee wi'h large
llrms In England and this Kingdom is
open for a le-eunageliient as Book
keeper, Cashier and Correspondent. Be.
ferences and testimonials of the highest
order. Addiess P. O. Bov 470. -lv? lui
r-piIR schooner "Wniclm,"
JL complete in evoiy r s
pect, with hails, boa"-, lit.
tings, etc., and c.xa lw n-ade
redely for sen in a few hours. The
schooner has recently been thoroughly
overhauled, cleaned, coppered and rcno
vated. For particulars apply
Mas. C1IAS. NKH.SON.
62 lw 110 King street.
BY TM 8. 8.
i ba ti Si-
Will receive a line line of
Lace Curtains !
Anil a general iif-Kortiuont
Vbicli we will oii'cr at veiy
CHAS. J. FIBSE
Tbo Lending Millineiy House.
Cornor of Fort Hotel streets.
Kits rh Vi
?Ti S ff &2 mo sYili i i ?
I'M h . A li 4 V II lun
and 65 FORT STREET.
Boys' Scliool Shirts, Boys' School Bats, Boys' White Shirts,
&r AT VERY LOW PRICES J2&
A full Sine of Ginghams I
A Large Assortment
Wo will elo. -
K3f, JBlElT REDUCTIOiV'SJl
gj& Kor Goals, L.ulic,
fl sfH& ft !fli5f '
33C3-.AJN &; COB1PANY.
9 SI SB rH!fW!"f
i mm s wmtM n
n? FP n S n
inw foSHErefiBc rnnw
n Ei tea iisaofiysasi
To lis mail in any store in His Kinedom !
jtpr'f,K.T',T v.'jf.v.-i-.' irE.-T?.Tm?a3raraagc
lly "Lni'y l..iinp-i.n, '
50 Bbls of Fine Red Salmon.
CASTLE & COOKE.
Pioneer Shin Factory
Of Honoiulu, No. 17 Emma St.
'Dn! iiniicrt-ignrd I ujr to inform the
publie of Ihute ls!anil- Hint lie is making
lJireclloiiK forbull-nii'iuiireinei t uill
ho given on application.
White Shirts, Oversliiits & Night Gowns
A fit guarantee by mnhlng ,i f.implo
Slilil to every onlor.
Island order solicited ndl Tclcphono 4-10
fiO lni A. 3. 31KSLSW.
m? V-" an. Cyo Zi, n. V
6 8 J&MIMii."
Iffiolll Sufi) k M Gil,
Of Canton, Ohio, U.S.A.
Having (felablWlied an AQcnsy in this
City for the ulc of thuir in uiu.
fin.lme., whldi tuo
Surpassed by ffione
In tlicir line in tbc vrui'ij, an npjioi.u
nuy ib oiii-ieo to ei uitii in;r pioici
J'ouoftl.elr Valoibhs fp in Hiem.d
Tbefi to tiip,!y iln-in elu on torjui
v. hit h defy cuiivi etuion.
iW Tor particular inijuire t ijja
No, Ui Muahuut t., lit'uolulu, IL 1.
1 H !rt tf y
vx hi a
U B UOB
$f fi "i
V rt UAl
ft S PTi ft! H
fttH line of Batiste !
of WMte Bress GooOs!
e out at, u
.Afisfos & Children. gj
(:J & 05 Fort Street.
ryim - ccajirtjaTmza - tqsaeri:
TARQ FLOUR I
Tho-c vvliishiiif; Turo Flour or Poi, in
liarn Is tire rnpicUed lo ring up
Mutual B83'iaTETePH0NESSBcll 325
When tlji'i'- outers will be promptly
fi uttuiileil to. lm
J, A. GONS AL VES,
Fori, Wlreel, ubove Hotel.
l'orlrilt, Cabiu-it Size, $0 per dozen.
Curd Bi.e, $1 per dozen.
Island & Samoan Views
1 per dozen.
t?? For jniiehasers of more than n
Finnic dozen a rcduciion of $1 on each
dozi'ii id untde. G9 lm
laraifltli Sacriice !
Mr. A. M, Hewett,
I'lirjinfe-" leaving fur tlio Coast in
Uotiibcr prior to which ho
oilers the whole of his
Do not ho alarmed that you will not
he able to purchase in Honolulu
A Handsome Cliristmas Present
A- in Sun Krancisco for Mr. Hovvott li
ji'iiri to select Mich a stock ns will
suit the most fr.biMciun aud
turpi Ite our little city.
gAJ! psrtiea uov inilehtetl to hla.
are nwpo:tfiilly requeittd to ruuka
liumcdiiuu settlement. 49 In
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