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HONOLULU CAR.iQE CO.
Hackstand: Mcrchnnt and Fort
street. Telephones, 035.
F1UDAY, OCT. 12, 1888.
Sehr Liiv'ulnfroin Kwu
Sehr Mamioknwnl from Koolaii
Stmr .1 A Cummins from lvoolau
Stun' lwalani for Lnlialnii ami llninn-
kiiii at 0 a in
Stmr C H Hishop for Walanac, Wainlua
ami lvoolau at 1) a in
SchrManuokinvnl for koolnu at 3 p m
Polir Haloakala for l'ppcckeo
Sehr Lavlula for Hwn
VESS5LS IH PORT.
Bill ltk Carnarvonshire. William
Sehr Y S Nowne, llltilim
It H M S Cormorant, .Jasper Xieolls
Ufitno W G Irwin, MeCiilloeh
Ship Daniel lt.irue.-. Strover
"US S Alert, Graham
Hawaiian hk Lailv I.anipson, Sodcrgrcn
15k U ) Bryant, l.eo
Captain Klhlliu? lias sullleicntly re
covered his liciiHi to resume command
of the schooner Ilaleakala.
The Y S liowne went up on the Mu
vlno Itallway this morning, to he
A new cabin and cockpit arc ueiiijr
made in the yacht llealaul.
LOCAL &. GENERAL HEWS.
A TitESi'Ass notice aiipears
Snvi'.N drunks contributed $42 to
the Police Court tieasury this niorn
ing. Tin: iidininisliators of tlie estate of
the late S. G. Wilder, publish a
Tun shares of Kawuiloa Hunch Co.
sold yesterday biouglit !?GG each, in
stead of $13:1 as, btatetl.
o . --
Tin: quarterly meeting of the Pi ess
Publishing Company will be held
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
jUajou C. T. Gulick has been ap
pointed Tax Collector for the district
of Honolulu. A good appointment.
" Tknduhs for the supply of moat to
the Lunalilo Home should he sent in
by noon to-nionow to lion. W. O.
It is rumored that the Chinese
theatre has been removed to Hotel
street, between Fort and Union
On Monday next at 10 a. m. the
annual meeting of the Hilca Sugar
Company will be held at the office of
W. G. Irwin & Co.
A cKirni'ioATi: of registration of
copyright for "The Honolulu Busi
ness directory" has been granted to
Mr. J. M. Macdonald.
Tin: name of the Portuiiueso who
made the l:oa album mentioned in
Thursday's issue, is Manuel Nunes.
His workshop and stoic aio at No.
1G, Hotel stieet.
Tin: Honolulu Amateur Minstrels
are actively preparing for their show
to-morrow week, and an excellent
entertainment may be confidently
expected by the public.
Tin: police aio on the lookout for a
Chinaman who escaped from the
Station house yaid yesterday. By
the use of a pieco of scantling he
managed to get over the wall.
Tins evening at 7 :30 o'clock, Mr.
Justice Dole will given practical talk
lo young men at the Y. M.C.A.
liall. Subject: "Elements of Suc
cess." All young men aio cordially
invited to attend.
Tun debate in the Debating Club
last night, on the relative merits of
Uepublicaiiisin and Monarchy, was
lively and inteiesting, The tlak was
pretty evenly divided between the
two forms of government, ami there
was no lack of speakers on either
Hide. Capital punishment was an
nounced as the subject for next do
bate. EVENTS THISEVEHINC.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Killes, at
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, 1. O. R.
M., at 7:80 o'clock.
Services ut St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at 7 o'clock.
Pacific Degree Lodge No. 1 D. of
KM at 7:!J0 o'clock.
Hawaiian Council No. G8U Ameri
can Legion of Honor at 7 :iJ0.
Address to young men at Y, M.
C. A. hall at7:!i0 by Mr. Justice
A dispute aiose between some of
the sailors on board the Jlritish
bark Carnarvonshire, lying at the
Mail wharf, last cvoniug, which
ended in one James Stewart stall
ing A. Williams in tho buck with a
knife, inflicting a wound about an
inch long, but not of a dangerous
character. Tho polico being bent
for Stewart was arrested and taken
to tho Station House and there
charged with assault and battery
with n deadly weapon, Tho injured
man was taken to tho Queen's Hos
pital ami is doing well.
AUCTION SALES T0-M0HR0V.
HI 'ifll C! Tn-Mrtn&nVW
At noon, horses, wagon, hnrncss,
At 10 a. m. rccular cash
and nl noon empty
tin lined cases.
BLUE hMRBGH LEAGUE.
The usual entertainment by the
IJluc Hibbon League will be given
to-morrow evening at the Y. M.C.A.
Hull, commencing nl 7:30 o'clock.
Following is the programme:
Piano Solo Mrs. T. C. Porter
Beading Miss A. M. Pavson
Song is. W. W. 'Hall
BecTtatlou Miss Evelyn Dexter
Song Mies L Ilrcj-lci
Address Mrs. J. M. Whitney
Come out and hear the ladies.
Mr. John Good, Assistant Port
Surveyor, was united in marriage
last evening to Miss Bena Chillburg,
at, St. Andrew's Cathedral, the
ceremony being performed by Rev.
Alexander Mackintosh. The bride
was attended by Mrs. J. II. Sopor,
Mrs. J. Sutherland and Miss J. Mc
Gowcn, and the bridegroom by
Marshal J. II. Sopor. A reception
was held after the ceremony at tho re
sidence of the married newly couple
on Alakea street, where they received
the congratulations of their friends.
A PLEASANT SOCIABLE.
The ladies of the Central Union
Church held their regular monthly
sociable last evening in the parlors
of the church. There was a very
large attendance and the affair pass
ed off in a very pleasant manner.
The proceedings opened with a lite
rary and musical entertainment.
Mrs. J. II. Paty, Miss Patch and
Kev. A. D. Bissel sang; Miss May
Dillingham played a piano solo ;
Miss Kolston gave a recitation and
Master Willie Lowers read a poem.
Coffee and cake was served during
GORED BY A BULLOCK.
Early Thursday morning, a num
ber of natives started from Hon. J.
I. Dowsett's ranch at Mikilua, with
a drove of cattle for the market.
On reaching Halawa, several of the
animals got into a patch of Mimosa
scrub. Two of the drivers dis
mounted their horses and proceeded
on foot to drive the cattle out.
While doing so a young bullock
charged at Main, one of the men
goring him on the right side just
above the collar bone. Dr. Wood
was at once sent for and alter mak
ing tho injured man comfortable
had him removed to tho Queen's
Hospital. He is resting easily to
day and his condition is favorable
THE ART EXHIBITION.
An unusually large number of
people visited the art rooms of
Messrs. G. W. Macfarlane & Co.
this morning, the greatest interest
being evinced in the superb collec
tion of pictures exhibited. The
collection comprises over 80 original
pictures in oils, water colors, pas
tels, etc., and cover a wide range
and diversity of pictures.
We understand that several sales
were made to-day ot some of the
larger pictures. The prices set upon
the pictures generally are extremely
moderate and will undoubtedly at
SUPREME nBOURfli"FTHEH AWAI I AN
isr.FOitn m'culi.y J.
TllUKSDAV, Oct. lltll.
Nakuina vs. Achi. Damages.
Before a Hawaiian jury. At 12.20
a. m. the jury return a verdict for
the plaintiff for SllO.oO. W. O.
Smith for plaintiff; the defendant
The King vs. Chas. Molteno. Sel
ling spirituous liquors without li
cense in Honolulu, within threo
months of August 25, 1888, and
more particularly on that date, this
being the second offense. Defend
ant's appeal from the Police Couit
of Honolulu, where on Septem
ber filh, 1888, he was found
guilty and sentenced to four months'
imprisonment at hard labor and fin
ed 8500, with SG.00 costs. Tried
before the following jury: David
Morton, Kemilia Kuhia, E. AV. Pa
lau, Thos. Ilina, Geo. W. Nawaa
koa, Wm. McGurn, Kahaiao, Paul
Aea, Kalawakua, Hylc Kapu, Ed
win Hall and David Bent. At (5 p.
in. tho jiiry retired to consider the
verdict. They came into Court at
8:28 and reported disagreement,
standing seven to five. Deputy-Attornoy-Goneral
that when a jury disagreed in a caso
where the evidence was so plain
there was very little use of detain
ing them. The Court discharged
the jury. It is understood the ma
jority stood for conviction.
FIFTH ORGAN RECITAL.
A large and fashionable audience
attended the fifth organ recital at
Kaumakapili Church, Thursday eve
ning, given by Mr. Wray Taylor,
A. Old. O. Among those present
were noticed II. 1. II. Princess Li
liuokalani, His Honor tho Chief
Justice and Mrs. A. F. Judd, Ma
jor J. II. Wodehouse, II. B. M.'s
Commissioner and Mrs. Wodehouse,
Mr. T. K. Walker. Biitish Vice
Consul and Mrs, Walker, several of
llcor.s of tho men-of-war and a num
ber of our most prominent citizens.
The programme was a varied one
mill Inilultltr fpflll, Iho'lfnimnl. nw
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nl.'lUse (JilVC Milch MtWaUlOU tO
those present. The Kev. A. 1). Bis
sel, the new musical instrtiutor at
Oalui College, made his ilrst appear
ance before a Honolulu public, and
in a song "Echoes ' displayed a
very lino tenor voice, well "under
control. Miss'Mabel 1'hodes has a
rich contralto voice and she used it
with much skill and taste in singing
"Valley of the Shadows," the vtoliu
obligato by Lieut. 13. IJ. Pears of
11. B. M. S. Cormorant, being well
played. The number was exceed
Miss Fredericka J. Nilte suipris
ed the audience by the, talented
manner in which she gave a song
entitled, "The Wailing Iletut." Her
high notes were particularly clear
and sweet and she received many
congratulations for her line singing,
as well as n large bouquet. Prof.
Berger accompanied tho song on the
organ with skill. The Kaumakapili
Church choir sang an anthem "(J
Praise the Lord" in capital style.
Handel's cclcbiated Lirgo arrangi'd
as a trio for violin, violiueello and
organ v. as gien in a ver. etfeetive
manner, and was quite an innova
tion to the programme.
The large organ was during the eve
ning exceedingly well tested in solos
by Messrs. Myron II. Jones and
Wray Taylor; and their perform
ances on the instrument brought out
all its finest qualities both ol light
and shade, for while its sweetness,
purity and delicacy were drawn
forth on tho one hand so were all its
stronger and trumpet-like tones on
tho other, its character generally
eliciting the highest commendation.
KEEPING OF ACCOUNTS.
In the Police Court this morning,
Hon. Paul Neumann, counsel for
Lau Kin, charged with not keeping
his accounts according to law, made
a motion that the Court re-open the
case to introduce the evidence of a
protest in the Interior oflice. The
motion was granted.
Geo. E. Smithies a clerk in the
Interior Department produced a
license issued by the department,
Oct. 2, 18S8, with a copy of a pro
test filed in the department where
the defendant made a request for a
license without the condition of
keeping his books in English, Ha
waiian or some European language.
The defendant was found guilty
as chaiged and fined $20 with 83.90
costs. An appeal wa noted.
The following note of thanks has
been forwarded by the Minister of
Foreign Affairs to Hon. Win. G.
Irwin, Agent of the Oceanic S. S.
Dot. or Lonmox Aitaius. )
Honolulu, Oct. 12, 1888. )
Hox. Wm. G. Inwi.v, Agent O. S.
Mr: Allow mo to express to you
on behalf of the Hawaiian Govern
ment their since! e appreciation of
your kind and generous aid in for
warding by your steamship, fn e of
charge, to the exhibition at Mel
bourne, all articles contributed fiom
this Kingdom and Government; arid
by this act assisting in making us
better known and valued by the
outer wot Id.
I have honor to bo Sir,
Your most obedient servant,
Signed Jox. A. Austin.
Minister ot Foreign Affairs.
LETTER WniTltlD IN INDIA.
The following letter, says the Pio
neer, has bei'ii received in a local
oflice in India:
"Honored Sir: With every pre
ponderance of due respects, I hum
bly beg to state that by your honor's
favor my wife begotten a gill five
years ago, and when all hope van
ished for a male child for the inhe
ritance of my progenitors namca, 1
was got a son one year auo, and for
asmuch it behooves all Hindus men
lo oiler ail male child to our deity
for his future growth and prosper in
after life when he gains his man
hood, 1 beg your kind honor will al
low me two months' leave to visit
Jugernath's Shrine, which will cost
very much moneys. Also by some
opportune I will make arrange for
my daughter's matrimony, if not my
caste brethren will not let me join
in fellowship. For these lattery ex
penditures Ks. f)00 will be required
namely, half to be given to bride' s
nriuegrooin, as is our customs.
Now, your honor, if Congress pro
moters would manifestly do their
duties to the country then why I
givo your honor trouble. No one
making any arrange for poor men's
hardships by which deleterious and
abominable customs bo abrogated a
how can poor man pay such laigc
sums for daughter's matrimony ;
moreover if ho is not pay then he is
made objectionablo man and out
casted lrom all fellowship in caste,
1 therefore beg your kind honor will
have" consideration on my ease and
order Khnzanchi to pay Us. 2.r) from
my pay to B D until my
fall sum of Bs. 250 I am borrow
from him be discharged, For this
kindness of act, I bless your honor
and bless your honor's body will bo
gotten 1000 sons who will 'live to be
Melhusalehs and be vigorous, healthy
and forcible as Goliath." fllouie
The Inlur-Jsliiml Sleaut
Nuvlg-nlion Co., Limited,
Ktep constantly on hnnd for bale
Steam Family undJllaclr mith Cra!
utid . i'i. rat assortment of
J xotkijl;. cas!Hcs3 iTfci-s, U xapymn:r 3p r f "r as 0$ l
J" IlEItENY give notice that all per
JL "1119 ifpii-liiE upon my land, to
tin the mine as a tund or for nay olhcr
IiuipoSH, will ho prosecuted according
to law: said hind Is on Lillha street, in
front cf thn Old Pol Factory.
M. ni: QUADKOS.
nonolulu, Ocl. IV, 1683. 70 3t
HUE onniuxl lneetlnc of tho Btock.
holders of t e Hllert Sucnr Co. -will
he litslrl nt the ofllre of Wm. G. Irwin &
Oi., oa MONDAY, the 1Hh 1n-t., nt 10
o'clock a. si. VT. M. GIFFAKD,
7 it Secretary.
'T'lIK icgulnr qunnerly meeting of tho
JL Press Publishing t'o. will be held
SATUBDAY, October 13th, at 2 o'clock
r m , at its office, Friend Hulldini;,
Uethel street. A. L. SMITH,
03 7t Secretary.
rTMIU annual meeting of tho slock.
X holders of the Walanae Company
will be held on TUKSDAY, October
Uttli, at 10 o'clock a. M., ut lliu oflice of
Hon. 11. A. Wldeinann.
C. O. BEKG13H,
03 td Secretary.
rPim ri-jiuhr (pnnterly meeting of
JL the Pacific Hardware Compunv
(MniMvin will he licld at their olllco
on VV1SI)MDAY, October 17iu, at 10
O'clock A M.
JAS. G. SPEXCEU,
US td Secretary.
'TUIlC annual meeting of the stock
I lu.ldeisof the Fuel lie Sugar Mill
wi'l take plnce on WEDNESDAY, the
17th ol October, nt 10 o'clock a. m., at the
ollicc of F. A. Scluu-fer & Co.
G9 td Secretary.
THE annual meeting of the stock,
holders of the Ilonokaa Sugar Co.
will be held on THURSDAY, the 18th
of October, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the
oflice of F. A. Schacfer & Co.
G9 td Secretary.
NOTICE of CREDITORS.
THE nnder.-iencd having been duly
appointed and qualified as Admin
i -miters with the will annexed of tho
Estate of t-tiinuel Gardner Wilder, late
ot Honolulu, deceased ; hereby notify
all perrons having claims against Btiiu
deceased to present the same, duly ait.
thenticated, with the proper vouchers if
an- exist, even if secured by montage,
to Win. F. Allen, Esq., al the Hank of
Bishop & Co., Honolulu, within six
months fiom this date or thev will he
forever haired. A. F. .JUDD,
W. F. ALLEN,
Administrates wilk the Will luuie.xul
or the hsiate of S. G. Wilder, de
Honolulu, October 11, 1SS8. 70 Jm
Certificate or Registration of Copy
right. DarABTMEXT of thi: Interior, )
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. J
T7"N0WN all Men by these Presents,
Jl- That, in accordauca with the pro.
iMions of Section 2, Chapter 3, of the
rfehf ion haws or 1882, J. M. Macdonald
has tiled in tha otlice ot the Minister of
the lutciioran application for a Certifi
cate of Copyiight for a book ntitled
"Tho Honolulu Bminess Directory, be
ing a professional coranicicial and trade
address book of llie city and suburbs,
corrected up to date of issue," which
raid application is accompanied by the
oath of the snid applicant that he is the
original and lirst author of saidtiiok.
Now, therefore, this Ceititlcato la to
grant unto the said J. M. Mncdouahl, his
heirs or assigns for the term of Twentj
Years, from the Tenth Day of October,
One Thousand Eight Humlicd and
Highly-eight, the exclusive right to
print, le.print, publish, use and T.eud
the said book throughout the Hawaiian
In Witness wheret f I have caurd
this Certificate to he Killed at Honolulu,
this lltli Day of October, A D. 18S8
and the Js'enl of the Department of the
Intel ior to be hereto affixed.
Minister of the Interior, ml interim.
A NYONE finding and
returning my Brown
C'ariingo Mare, strayed
from pasture, will be
S. B. DOLE.
Messrs. G. W. MACFARLANE &
announce a grand exhibi.
tion of original
Gravures & Etchings
Which will bo eflcred for Exhibi.
tion ami Kale al their Kales.
moms (up (tuiis) on
FRIDAY, Oct. 12th
The ahovo comprise canvasses fiom
veil-known artists of
JOIKloil, .Mllllloll, IJlU'HOIll-
lor!i; Itorllii, I'ui'Ih, uiltl
otlior ..Vi'l. Conloi'M.
And taken as a whole, are without
Finest Collection !
Ever brought to these Islnndi.
Pictures will ho
lO it, m. to 1 j. m (lully
J-The Public air cordially invited -it
tgxgi m mM-XfVMwiavmtimi&sax&K? h .wgtfiMwftsm4 ftjpiwawef j.r'My' vrTgssasga-M mm m im -m1
Aotictt under 1'iii head arr o"i rprif 70 Cltl
ptr line for thejtritinstrtlon, and Je nltptrline :
tioru uatlilioiml intti tion. I
R YAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. t"iir of Lucas' Mill.
ILL bo iced. -rd by W. o Smith,
1'ri,r.l(.i mi In . I'MTIlllAV
NEXT, Ocinue'r llflli at PJ nVP.Pk ,iiv n,
frir I Ik. ullfirilv rif !' .uli lfmil fn. lm
Luualllo Hiine for 1 efir, from Nov
ember 1. 1S8S.
The Trustees do not bind thorns 'hes
to ncccpt the lowest r any lender.
For further particulars i.'tilv to W.
E. H. Devercll, at Lutmlil'i II mo.
W. O. HMIl'U,
Honolulu, Get ?, 163-'. r,t w
HAVING boon appointed by II. 11. II.
Prim ess Liliuokulanl "to be i ol.
lector of nil rents duo of her Im.N,
ttieieforc, notice is hcieby given to all
tenants and lessees to pay all rents lo
mo at KnpHlnma, Honolulu, Oulm at
the time and date (-prclll'd in all he
leitci, nnil I am alone inihniiz.'d o
give receipt for the same. Paitibs cun.
lug to pay their reuts w U please tnke
uotice that they lauat bring their last
receipts with them.
Honolulu, OctoK-rh, lfcfc8. 07 ivv
JVrY oflice will hf closed ftom Sep cm
J.T.JL bor22cd to Outolic- 27th, during
my absence from the ICiiudorn.
M. B. GROSSMAN,
Sfi tt Dentist, !H Hotel ft.
ONE line Milch Cow,
price, .71L'5. App'y
at the Bulletin Office.
Life Insurance Co.,
OF NEW YOHK.
Cash Aueti. December 31, 1887
Those who desire safe and profitable
Life Insurance are invited to apply lo
S. It. KOISM,
Honolulu, General Agent, Hawaiian
Islands. oct-fl &S
S. S. ZEMilli
HfS $ i?w P" Mr ?
Will receive a fine lino of
Lace Curtains !
And a goneinl af-cortiiU'iit
Which we will i-irer at voiy
Tlie Leading Millinery lluuuo.
Corner of Fori A He ! -
July 17 rn
lib trail fi s5 "? Pd v' f - n f2 f-wrf
i Lsli Lfc. m a talp J
66 and 65 FORT STREET.
Boys' ScM SbMs, Boys' School Hats, Boys' White Shirts,
gar AT VERY LOW PMOSfl JgS
A full line of Qingliams X
A tali lire o Batiste !
A Large Asaonment of Wiifte lirass Eroofls!
Wo will close out at a
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES 1 SHOES!
33" For Ueius, Ladies M isei it Children. 'j3?
-scs i1 3-s
43 iSt'A VSM
' 0t -,
OEG! AJTV z COMPANY.
am iriiy1! iiJIiild
ippf hurmmtm Mimp Mat
Te is MM ill aw
"Win.. C- -.'V: water,
Grant MarriHge Licenses.
Office, : Uo l
a Yor!:s Co.
. II il K.N tt.
t i ;nn
Can he foui d nci ii'ior ' he P. ''. .'
Oil''", ' l''. ''lie-
s:tiifit!Xa. ", ' '- v."S, s.fc.y
VBtiiottv 3 iJ.
Mutual B9O-ii0aV?LL"IIOE:Si- Ui 1 2v,
Pioneer Shin Factory
Of Honolulu, Wo. 17 Emma SL
The timlcrFiguFri ' e.s t) Infoimtie
public ot tlubi; Uhuidstliat hciJinaUI'ii;
Diieetlons forpelf.nH'isi'.'i'iin-nl .vill
lie giver on upj Hoi Hoi,.
White Shirts, Ovoxshlrls & Might Gowns
v fit giwiaiiici' hi in ,kli',' a fain pl
bhlil iO i .'eij order.
Island order solicited Dill volc,lior.o 410
Mini A. IK. 3HISX3S.
Of ftlyK f
fi Mi & Lock Co.,
Of Canton, Ohio, U.S.A.
(laving ctulili'Ii'd in Agency In thi
Ciiy li-r tl u -ii c o ihjir m.iau.
fm I'.ue , 1 n U nic
Surpassed by Sone,
In tholr line ii, tin- ,-rld, an opp. u
uity i i.irircd to ,i reijuiring pio s.
lion of ihcir Yu1u!)Im from fire .-.ml
Theft to mipply ilnnntclvea on teitua
ivliloh ilefy cumputitlon,
tf" Pot imiilfihin Iaquin m "i
No 8 .. ' u . i , 1.. I
G.'i i'c G5 Fort Stroot.
r $k ArnkmiymM M
stPPB ti iiie liiiM !
r' - sy
riin'c .vhi Iii i; '. mi Klour or 1'oi, in
ha icl.. at. rp.iuc led to ring up
Muiual 58P"ffiuTC7Er lONESSTBcll 325
W on tii. ir irders will be promptly
J. A. QONSIALVES,
2JV.i"b P'trcis', i hove Hotel.
l'ortr.ii Or in t S ze, $f) per dozen.
C rd .,zi $4 per dozen.
Jslanc! & Saraoan Views
A per dozen.
IZf For purchase"! of moro than a
Ringle do.in i Tudticilou of $1 on cack
dozen is made. G9 lm
r, A, Mt Hewetty
auuuoi a u
lurpoe leaving Tor tho Coast in
OrlohLT jinor to which ho
ollwM U.e tv'iole of his
HaiiflsBmly Assortefl Stock
Do not bo alarmed that you will not
he aide to purcl'ite in Honolulu
A Handsome Christmas Present
AJn Ban. I'i4nc-M'i for Mr. newett is
goi'i n e!ec-t tit. h a stock as will
t.Uil (lie IHOJt fURtidcoild mid
barjnlio on- little city.
-t:pk lie li f indebted to hlia
tl jrt ill i -ipicst'd to tuako
. u e i itftni it. 4U lm