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HONOLULU MkMt CO.
Hack stands Merchant nml tfort
Btrcet. Telephones, 835.
THURSDAY, OCT. 18, 1888.
'Tl?f 'f3 S.fS'iJ.'S!
SB Arabic from Hongkong and Yoko
hama en route to ban Francisco.
S S Arabic for San Francisco at 8 p in
VESSELS IN PORT..
UBS Brooklyn, MeNalr
S S Australia, Hondlett
Uk D Mclanle
lirtl bk C urnarvonshirc, Williams
Schr W S Itownu, Itluhui
HUMS Cormorant, Jasper Nieolls
Ship Daniel Riirnos, Btrovcr
USS Alert, Oraham
Uk U D llrynnt, Lee
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LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Milk shakes on wheels is a new
Ifoun cases came before tho tax
appeal board yesterday.
The condition of Mogoni who was
shot at Waialuu is slightly improved.
IIOLUSTEU & Co, arc distributing
.very handsome fans to their custom
ers. Tin: October number of tho "Para
dise of the Pacific" is in course of
. . .
The regular monthly ' business
meeting of the Y. M. C. A. will bo
held this evening.
The Hawaiian News Company
have the thanks of the Bulletin for
files of late papers.
The mail for San Franoisoo by the
Arabic closes at tho Post OHicc this
afternoon at five o'clock.
This being St. Luke's day special
services were held in St. Andrew's
Cathedral at G.30 and 9 a. in.
This evening Co. A of tho Hono
Rillcs will meet at the Armory to
elect a Captain and first lieutenant.
The U. S. S. Juniata loft Hong
kong September 27th, on her home
ward bound journey via tho Suez
There was a very largo attendance
at tho band concert at Thomas
Squaro last evening, and the music
A house belonging to Walker &
Redward. was badly hurt in a collis
ion near tho Metropolitan Meat Mar
Two Chinese, "Wong Tack Hing
and Ah Hop wcro arrested last ovon
ing for having opium in possession.
They will answer to the charge in tho
There will be no Blue Ribbon en
tertainment Saturday evening. On
Friday evening a temperance meet
ing for men only will bo held in
Mn. L. J. Levoy will sell on Mon
day 'next tho household furniluro nt
tho residence, King street, opposite
Liliha street. On "Wednesday ho will
sell tho bark Lilian.
So many now advertisements from
tho auctioneers havo poured in to
day, that our readers are requested
to refer to them. Some of them aro
The Honolulu Social Club will
hold its semi-annual party this oven
ing atMcIncrny hall. Dancing com
mences nt 8 o'clock. It promises to
bo a very successful affair.
Mn. T. Graham Gribblo of tho Ha
waiian Tramways Company leaves
for San Francisco on tho Arabic. Mr.
Lincoln Cabot will act for him dur
ing his temporary absence
The regular meeting of tho Debat
ing Society will bo held this evening
at the usual timo and place. Sub
jeet: "That capital punishment for
murder is necessary to social order."
The box plan for tho Minstrel per
formance Saturday evening oponed
this morning at tho storo of tho Ha
waiian Nows Co., and a largo num
ber of tickets havo already been sold.
There is a fino collection of cana
ries, strawberry birds and paraquest
in Mr. L. J. Lovoy'rf auction rooms,
They arrived on tho Arabio this
morning from China and aro for sale.
Mn, J. F. Brown who returned on
tho Australia visited many Eastern
cities during his absonco. Ho mot
many people who knew little or noth
ing about tho islands, and did bis
best to onlighton them.
Two pieces of Government land in
North Kona, Hawaii, woro sold yes
terday to Hon, J. Muguiro for $2G0.
Tho loaso of tho lot No. lfi on tho
esnlanndo, for fivo yoars was sold to.
Mr. J. II. Brims for $300 por annum
The Foreign Office has an official
notice to tho effect that Thomas Haiti
"Walker Esq. has beon appointed Bri
tish Vice-Consul in tho place of
Thco, II. Divvies Esq,, resigned. A
inoro entisfoctory appointment could
not possibly havo been made.
Tho Duchess of Marlborough has
begun tho restoration of Blenheim
Palace, and tho new roof alone will
mm THIS BVEKIHO.
brill Co. A Honolulu ltiflcsi M
SijHaiut concert nt Emma Squarcj at
Debating Society at 7 :30.
Oceanic Council No. 777 A. L. of
II. at 7:30.
ftcmi-iinnlial party of Honolulu
Social Club at 8 o'clock.
Regular monthly meeting of Y.
M. C. A. at 7:80.
Honolulu Chapter No. 1 II. A.
M. at 7:30.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
IJY I,. J. i.r.VF.v.
Regular cash salo at 10 a. in.
ur J. F. JIOKQAN.
At 10 a. m. household furniture
at rcsidenco of II. Morgan, Palama.
CONCERT AT THE HOTEL.
On Friday evening tho Royal Ha
waiian and IT. S. S, Brooklyn bands
will give a combined concert at tho
Hawaiian Hotel. The band of the
Brooklyn consists of seventeen
pieces and their playing is exceed
ingly good. A rare treat inayle
A CIVIL ENGINEER.
Mr. A. M. Sproull has located
himself at his brother's place of
business on Fort street, whero he is
prepared to attend to surveying and
all kinds of civil engineering. Mr.
Sproull will supply a want much felt
by land-owners and plantation
agents as it has been a difllcult mat
ter to always bo ablo. to secure the
services of a reliable surveyor and
THE OPIUM SEIZURE.
A. Kennedy, tho laundryman,
charged with having opium in pos
session is still confined in the Sta
tion House. His case will be heard
Friday. Yesterday the steward of
tho Australia, Richard Cowcs and
the second steward John Doe, were
arrested and charged with smuggl
ing CO tins of opium. The' have
given bonds for their appearance in
tho Police Court on Saturday
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at
Following is the pro-
Overture Hungarian Bela
Polka Cavalier Fahrbaeli
Savatina -The Pirate Hellinl
Selection -Bohemian Girl Half e
Kuu Lei, Puu Olmlu, Ua Hiki Xo.
Selection Scotch Airs Gassncr
Fantasia Forgo intkeForcst.Mlebaells
Waltz Don Ctesar I) Uingcr
Galop Kossacks' Rido Millocker
SUPREME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS OCTOBER TERM.
Tuesdat, Oct. 10th.
Kanaloa vs. Union Mill Co. Eject
ment. Tried before a mixed jury
who return a unanimous verdict, by
direction of the Court for defend
ant. llll Il 11.11 . HI L..J
POLICE COURT. '
Wednesday, Oct. 17.
Daniel for deserting contract ser
vice was ordered to return and pay
John Dias alias Harrison, Chisel
and J. McMaiion had to pay 8Q for
TnunsDAY, Oct. 18th.
A. Kennedy, John Doe and It.
Cowc were remanded, tho first to
the 19th for opium in possession,
the latter two to tho 20th for smug
Koliiand C. II. Gillin for drunk
enness wero each fined $5.
IT IS RUMORED.
That Grbver Cleveland and Claim
Spreckels will come out on top in
their respective undertakings ; that
one of our young man is patiently
awaiting the arrival of his bride ;
that the Government mule is taking
a much needed rest ; that tho doings
of the Sugar Trust are not satis
factory : that there will be lots of
interesting local jokes at tho min
strel show Saturday evening ; tho,
tho residents of Lunalilo street ought
to have abettor water supply, that
the Alameda will bring interesting
news from Samoa.
THE REV. E. C. ODCEL.
The Chicago "Tribune" of Sept.
17th, in speaking of the Presbyter
ian Church, Pullman, Illinois, of
which Rev, E. O. Oggel is pastor
says: Mr. Oggel is a man with a
history. Ho is a native of Holland,
but was educated at Rutgers Col
lege, New Jersey! was pastor for
four years of tho Westminster
Church on the West Side, and spent
three years in missionary work in
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, where
he was pastor of the American
Church. .Ho is thoroughly conver
sant with tho recent stirring events
of King Kulakaua's dominions, and
proposes at an early date to enlight
en his peoplo on these topics, He
is mi earnest proacherj forcible,
logical, and eloquent, Ills discourse
yesterday on the duty of Christians
to labor for the conversion of their
brethren was practical, not polemU
cal, and characterized by a broad,
tolerant, and pious spirit. His con
gregation iH an exceptionally intelli
(ioihq mm mm.
L?y llio Almiictln Mr.'jb 15. Nl
chols leaves in the interests of the
Hawaiian News Company for San
Francisco to select a stock of holi
day, goods, which he will return with
on tlio Australia duo about Nov.
lJUh. Our readers may rest assur
ed that tho selection of goods will
bo one suitablo to the wants-of this
S. S. ARABIC.
The O. and O. S. S. Arabic Cnpl.
W. M. Smith, arrived unexpectedly
off port this morning from Hong
kong and Yokohama, en route to
San Francisco. For this port she
brings 101 Chinese and 13 Japanese,
and has in transit 185 passengers.
She leaves at 8 o'clock this cvqning,
the mail closing at tho Tost Olllco
at 5 o'clock.
A RUSSIAN SUBSIDY.
A dispatch from London dated
September 2Gth says:
Russia has granted an annual sub
sidy of 1,110,000 rubles to a private
firm for a steamship line between
Russian ports on tho Pacific and Co
rca, Japan and China. It is pro
vided in the contract that in case of
war the steamers shall be at the dis
posal of tho Government.
The inquest on tho body of Yung
Fat tho Chinaman who was killed at
Kaneohc, was concluded at 1:30
o'clock this afternoon, tho Jury re
turning a verdict that the deceased
camo to his death at tho hands of
Robt. AVaialcale and Ahuulu two
police officers. They have been
committed to the January term 1889
on a charge of manslaughter. De
puty Marshal Hopkins is now on his
was from Kaneohc with the two
prisoners in charge.
Ml I EH nun, omimcrio
Enterprising Nolte has received a
new stoch of goods on the Australia
which will fully meet the demands
of smokers. In the first place there
is the Diamond Head and Punch
bowl cigars which have been spe
cially manufactured for him. They
were sampled by the Bulletin staff
.to-day and pronounced first class.
Cigarette smokers should try Duke's
preferred stock, which come in
handsome boxes. Nolte has also
got an eight day Asia polished brass
clock which came with this new
stock. There are other things too
numcroos to mention. Better give
him a call.
An application was this morning
filed by Messrs. II. Hackfcld & Co.,
principal creditors for temporary
administration upon the estate of
one Manuel Vincent jr. of Makawao,
Maui, who died on the 13th hist, by
the falling of a tree. The deceased
was a store-keeper, doing business
in Kaluauui, in said Makawao. Mr.
S. F. Chitlingworlh, the deputy
sheriff, under instructions of the
widow, had taken possession of the
store, goods and cash, and awaits
further instructions from the credit
ors in Honolulu. Yesterday a meet
ing of creditors was held in the store
of Messrs. Hackfcld & Co., When it
was resolved to apply for temporary
administration with letters to Mr.
John F. Hackfcld, which being
done, the Court (Preston J. grant
ed the same under bond of 0,000,
being the estimated value of the es
tate. Monday, the 12th of Novem
ber next was appointed for the
hearing of furthor proceedings in
the matter, notice of which to ap
pear in the English nud Portuguese
languages of the time and place.
W. A. Whiting appeared for the
ju i- am
A NAVAL COMBAT i
YACHTS, WAR, AND WATKIt-MJ'.tOXS 1 1
A desperate encounter between
two of tho principal yachts of the
Hawaiian squadron, took placo in
our harbor last Saturday afternoon,
which came near resulting disas
trously, and is hero recorded as a
bit of important island history.
It was watched with intense in
terest by the forecastle hands of tho
Alert, who wero bo excited over the
event that tnoy trietl to induce tno
odicer of the deck to send a boat to
A newly painted yacht, with sails
freshly washed, which llew the signal
"II. I. D. 11." was gracefully riding
the waves on a light summer breeze,
closelr followed by another yaoht
flvlnir tho sianal "S. W. P. M."
The crew of the latter had been
curiously watched by tho boat boys
and longshore men, us they filed
aboard their craft with water-melons
under each arm, carried with as
much care as if each were a torpedo
or u dynamite cartridge. The belli
gerent appearance of this crew iu
duccd our correspondent to seek a
position on board, tho Alert from
which point of vantage lie observed
tho following strungo proceedings ;
After sailing somo distance to sea
the yacht "S. W. P. M." was ob
served to hear down upon the "II.
I. D. B." and as she passed her,
delivered a broadside of -watermelons,
which exploded upon the
"II I, D, Jl." striking its diminutive
Captain, tho tall handsomo mate,and
its heavily bearded orew, while the
sails wero riddled witli melon-shot.
Tho Utile skipper of tho "II, I.
I). Ii." becoming fiercely excited,
ran to the bows of his craft and with
rage upon his brow shouted; Hun
Tlio ttfllcV WftS liEJI11ltty oticj'Ctli
While" the skipper stood in tho rig
ging prepared to firo hot shot lnt6
Soon tho j-achts collided the tac
tics of tho "S. W. V. M." bringing
them brondsido to. As they clinched,
tho little captain, clinging close to
the ratclincs, heaved a big kick at
tho blue ribbon captain of tho "S.
W. P. M." Quick as thought the
latter seized his leg, while one of his
counter-jumping crew grappled for
'ard ; while in this war-liko position
a sudden squall came over the reef
and immediate orders were given,
Let (jo legs and gruppUng irons!
The yachts parted, but not with
out' a farewell volley of small shot
from the "S. W. P. M." which dis
abled tho handsome mate, drenching
his shirt front with what appeared
to be gore ; imprecation meanwhile
being hurled at each other by the
captains of tho respective crafts.
Both tho yachts lay by on the
wind Id repair damages. The "II.
I. D. B." appeared inclined to show
her heels and avoid further conflict,
but tho "S. AY. P. M." was evident
ly bent on a decisive cdnflict, and
bore down onco more upon tho
On board the latter )'acht groat
excitement prevailed, while tho crew
of the "H. I. p. B." prepared to
repel boarders by arming themselves
with row-locks and bolaymg pins.
There was now every indication
of a hot and bloody conflict.
The attacking party, getting with
in range, sent forth a volley of fiery
looking shot, which so enraged the
defenseless "II. I. D. B." that they
hove to for battle.
Again the yachts grappled. The
little captain, with a fierce veil of
defiance leaped aboard the assailant,
and fell with rage upon his rival.
After a brief, firce struggle he was
seized by the burly mate who, shout
ing, Take bach your doicn east
jiirate, hurled him aboard the "H.
I. D. B." whose crew was blinded
by tho hot shot of the enemy.
Again they parted, while tho "II.
I. D. B." made all haste for tho
safety of the harbor, the ensign
wildly waving a flag of truce to the
closely following victorious yacht.
While the attacking party were
evidently considering tho situation,
they had gradually come within
range of the guns of the Alert and
both fearing the interference of this
formidable man-of-war, an armistice
was declared, in token of which a
huge peace-offering was sent aboard
the defeated yacht in the shape of a
large ripe water-melon, both yachts
returning quietly to their mooringf.
The S. F. "Post" of October 3d
has the following: The Pacific Im
provement Company, which is
another name for the Southern Paci
fic Company of Kentucky, is con-'
ducting negotiations with British ship
owners for the purchase of three
additional steamers for sorvico on
the China line of the Occidental &
Oriental lino. The company has al
ready bought one steamer, the San
Mateo, which is to be placed under
the Hawaiian flag, and may ply to
the railroad company's recently pur
chased mines in British Columbia,
or may go on the China route- The
company has evidently given up its
project to build a collier to fly tho
The Pacific Mail Company is to
increase its fleet by one steamer,and
possibly two, as large as the City of
Peking. George J. Gould has let a
contract to Pearco, the Clyde ship
builder (John Elder & Co.) for one
steel steamer. This vessel, of
course, cannot go on the American
register, but it is understood that
she will fly the Hawaiian flag. It
was hoped by American shipbuilders
that Mr. Gould would let a contract
to one of the American firms, so
that the Pacific Mail line, would con
tinue to be strictly an American
Princc Bismarck's health is said
to be better than it has been for
years. His complexion is a clear
pink, and ho walks with an elastic
NOTICE is hereby given that at n
meeting of the undersigned part,
neis of the Hawaiiim Fruit & Taro Co.,
It was resolved to accept the charter
granted September 27, 1888, by tho
Minister of luterior for the incorpora
tion of tho Hawaiian Fruit & Taro Co.,
(Limited,) W. II. DANIELS,
A. N. KBPOIKAI,
J. I). HOLT.
Wailuku, Maul, Oct. 4, 1888. 05 2w
TIIE co-partnership herclofote exist,
ine between the undersigned, con.
stitutlng the firm of the Hawaiian Fruit
& Taro Co., in Wuiluku, Maui, has this
day been dissolved by mutual consent;
the assets and liabilities of gnid firm
being transferred to tho Hawnilau Fruit
& Taro Co., (Incorporated.)
V. U. DANIELS,
J. D. HOLT,
A. N. KEPOIICAI.
Wailuku, Maul, Oct. 4, 1S88. C5 2w
Election of Officers.
NOTICE is horoby given that at ft
meeting of the stockholders of the
Hawaiian Fruit ifeTuro Co. held in Wal,
luku, MruI, October 4, 1888, tho follow,
ing Ulcers were elected for the ensu.
' J. D, Holt,. .....Vice-President,
W. II. Daniels, ..,,- &
A. N. Kcpoikal Auditor.
W. U. DANIELS,
Wailuku, Maui, Oct. 6, 1888. C5 2w
JfoHttiundtrU.lt hcnil arc chnffftil 10 ttxto
per llMfor thafinl in'trtion, and 6 ctnt$ per line
ertry additional intrrtlon.
lmvo jum rucctrpd ct Austrnlla
another lot of that "PHILADELPHIA
LAGEH BEfclt" in kegs, which tlioy
aro offering to Uiolnwustomcrs. 711 1 w
SHOP. Kwirof Lueat' Mill.
rpiIK Store at Walahm be
X longing to the Kiih!1-oii'h.
For terms enquire of
S. N. KM1CRSON.
Wulftlua, Onlm, Oct. 9, 18.H9. CO 2w
AN Englishman, 20 years or age, Is In
want of a situation In an olllco,
store, or on a plantation. Has litid 13
years business experience, and can pro
dnco undeniable testimonials. Address
"F. G. G.," Bulletin ODlcc. 7-Jlw
NOTICE to OKEDITOIIB.
THE underdcaud baring been duly
appointed unil qualified as Adnilu
intratcrs with the will annexed of tho
Estate of Samuel Gardner Wilder, late
of Honolulu, deceased; hereby notify
nIl persons having claims against suld
deceased to present the same, duly an
thentlcated, with the proper vouchers if
any exlat, uven if secured by mortgage,
to Wm. P. Allen, Ksn., at the Hank of
Bishop ib Co., Honolulu, within fl.x
months from this date or they will bo
forever harred. A. P. JUDD,
W. F. ALLKN,
A'Jmiulslrntcrs with the Will annexed
of the Estate of S. G. Wilder, de.
Honolulu, October 1 1, 18S8. 70 lm
Life Insurance Co,
ofr new York.
Cash Assets. December 31, 1807
Those who desiro safe ami profitable
Life Insurance arc iuvitcd to apply to
JS. It. KOS13,
Honolulu, dcneral Agent, Ilawniinn
IbIsiiuIs. oct-0 8S-ly
BY THE S. S. ZEAIAMA
THIS WEEK !
CM AS. J. FBSHEL,
Will receive a lino lino of
Lace Curtains !
And a general assortment
Which we will offer at very
CHAS. J. FBSHEL,
Tho Leading Millinery House.
Corner of Fort & Hotol streets,
HE PEOPLES PAPER-Tho
Daily UulleUu 50 ct per month
h v- frasr a & &
?J m HHKH ya Hn EraBeSFlSM
ml y?i ii ryiiypni
63 and 65 FORT STREET.
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hats, Boys' White Shirts,
&&" AT VKHV LOW PRICES &$
A vuBB Bine of Oinghams
A Urge Assortment of
Wo will close
-GREAT REDUCTION &k
fST For Gents, Ladies,
Bent s Fnsiiig loads, &g
loiiiil ii w store in toe liogfioi !
' IVTY ofllco will beclo.-ed fromScptrm.
lYJL bor 22nd to October 27tli, during
my absenco from tbo Ki'iiedoni.
M. E. GROSSMAN",
8(5 tf Dcmixt, OS Hotel Bt.
FROM and after this (Into T will not
ho icsponslhlo for any debla con.
tractcd in my name by my son Vincent
Fernandez without inv written order,
Honolulu, Oct 15,1883. 7i) lw
DURING my absence from the KIiir.
dom tho Hon. W. F. Allen will
act forme under a full power of nttor
ncy in all private matters, nud. also in
all estntes in which I am u'sicneo or
agent. W. C. FA11KH.
Honolulu, August 25, 1883. 29 2m
W. MACFARLAHE & Co.
announce a urand
tion of original
Gfavures & Etchings
Which will bo offered for Exlftbl.
tion and Bale nt their Sales.
rooms (up stairs) on
FRIDAY, Oct. 12th
above comprlso canvanses
well. known artists of
Xoiiloii, JVtauiloli, 3ui'Holl-
tloi-ir, Ilm'lln, Tnvln. niul
othur Art Con torn.
And talicn as a whole, aro without
Finest Collection S
Ever brought to these Islauds,
Pictures will bo
lion f i om
lO n. m. io -1 p. m dully
tW'Tho Public are cordiully iuvltedtDa
io i. IA.4 , .., -. ? a
line of Batista !
out at a
Misses & Children. jnrTJ
G3 & 65 Fort Strcot.
ITS THE 3 '.-
gJT'rt3g-'-lg - ititwan1;
VNE fine Milch Cow.
V price, $125. Apply:
at tno bulletin uiuce.
U i 8td saw
CUSTOMERS having our Soda Water
or Lemonade Ilottlea (empty) on
bund will greatly obilgo by notifying
us by telephone or otherwise, and they
will at once be tent for. Bottles retained
longer than one month will be charged
for. Telephones: Hell, 172; Mutual, JJoO.
J. E. BROWN fc CO.,
Proprietors, Tahiti Lemonade Works.
TTAVINQ been nnpointed by H. R. H
01 Prtnnpsa T.llinnlrnlnnl In lm rnl.
li-clor .pf nil rents due of her lands, :'.?
therefore, notice is Hereby given to all
tonaiiu and lessees to pay all rents to
mo at ICapalama, Honolulu, Oahu, nt ,
the timo and date spcclllcd in all the
lenses, and I am alone authorized to
f;Ivo receipt for the game. Parties com.
ng to pay their rents will pleoBo take
notice that they must bring their last
receipts with them.
Honolulu, October 8, 1888. 67 2w
DlCPAIITUKKT 01" TUB INTKMOU, )
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. J
KNOW all Jlcn by those Presents,
That, la accordance with the pro.
visions of Bcctlon 2, Chapter 8, of tho
Session Laws of 188?, J. M. Macdonald
has tiled In tho oftlco of the Minister of
the Interior an application for a Certifl.
cato of Copyright for a book entitled
''The Honolulu lluainoss Directory, be.
ing a profcssiouul commercial and trade
address book of tho city and suburbs,
corrected up to date of issue," which
said application is accompanied by the''
oath of tho said applicant that he Is the J
original and tlrsl author of said book.
Now, therefore, this Ccitltlcate la to ,
grant uuto tho said J. II. Macdouald, his
heirs or assigns for tlie term of Twenty ,fj
Year, from the Tenth Day of October. ' A
One Thousand Eight Hundred and p:
print, reprint, publish, use and vend
the said book throughout tho Hawaiian
In Witness whererf I have caused
this Certificate to be issued at Honolulu, ,'.
this inn my ot uciooor, a. u. ibos
nud the Seal of tho Departineut ot the
Interior to bo hereto atllxed.
Minister ot tho lntorlor, ml interim,
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