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HOHOLUIU OARRIAQg 00,
IlnokslMHli Mot i iuint and Fort
Blrcet. Telephones, 1)35.
FRIDAY, OCT. 2G, 1888.
-i1- 1 ' -11 u
Stmr V G Hall from Hawaii ami Maul
Stmr Kntmlloafor Lnhnlna at 4 p in
Stmr C It Bishop for Watanae, Wninlim
and Koolaii at J a m
VESSELS IN PORT.
USS Brooklyn, "Wilson
BUtne W H Dltnond, Drew
Bk O O Whltmore, Ward
Brit bk Carnarvonshire, Williams
II B M S Cormorant, Jasper Ntcolls
Ship Daniel Barnes, Stiovcr
USS Alcit, Graham
Bk 0 D Bryant, Leo
From Hawaii and Maul per Btmr W
G Hall, Oct "0 II Musgrave, . I Both
well, G Jones. M It Colburii, J A
Palintr, K Smith, .INS Williams, Mrs
Kuisc and child, .1 N Kualinokii, F W
Bands, J IC Xnlialo and (JO deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr W G Hall 171)1 bgs sun-ar, 180 bgs
of awa, 71 bgs of
coftee, 3D hides
and 25 hd cattle.
- SHIPPING NOTES.
The bark O D Bryant will sail for San
Fraucisco on Tuesday.
The steamer 33 w a is on the Marino
Railway being cleaned.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The "rianters' Monthly" for Octo
ber is out.
Mn. C. Gertz has bought the bark
Lilian for .f 800.
Rough weather at Funaluu when
tlio eteamor Hall left on Wednesday.
A milk-shake stall is being con
structed in tho yard of Queen Emma
The wedding cake for tho
Fuller wedding is being mado
Theke are three new paintings by
MrB. Isabel Strong on exhibition at
There are whisperings of prepar
ations of the opera Patience to be
t given hero shortly.
m - - --
The steamers duo hero Saturday
and Sunday will, no doubt, bring a
number of planters.
.A reception and dance will be
hold on board tho U. S. S. Alert on
- Tuesday or Thursday next.
A rnETTY oil painting is on exhi
bition in one of tho windows of tho
Pacific Hardware Co.'s store.
The Royal mail steamer Zcalandia
should ho along early to-morrow
morning fiom San .Francisco with
ten clays later news,
The combined conceit at the
Hawaiian Hotel last night, attracted
a large concourso of people, and was
There will bo a meeting of tho
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. and A.
M. at their hall, corner of Fort and
Queen streets, this evening, at 7 :30
Jin. II. S. Swinton, who is superin-
' tending tho filling in and making the
small street back of the Union Feed
Co., -says he will havo reason to bo
proud of the strcot when it is finished.
A native house being moved over
a taro swamp, out near the Insano
Asylum, fm nishcs a splendid illus
tration of "castles in the air," to say
nothing of tho mechanical ingenuity
of the juovcis.
. A comtetent man, latoly arrived
from England, wants a position as
shipping clerk, ovoreeer on a planta
tion, or to act as stevedore. Is well
acquainted with English and Gorman
correspondence and mathematics,
and speaks Portuguese.
The Kainehamoha Preparatory
School buildings aro very nearly
completed, and will bo entirely so by
Tuesday next. On that day tho
school will bo open for tho reception
of pupils. Tho teachers uro already
on tho ground, and in readiness for
It may bo scon in an advertise
ment elsewhere that the price of tho
Honolulu Business Diroetory will bo
reduced to purchasers of more than
one copy. As n representative) book
of Honolulu, this directory is very
suitable, and can bo sent to uny part
of tho world at n cheap rate.
It was announced in tho Supremo
Com t this morning that if tho jury
in tho Jiipuiioagainbling case, thou
commoncod, should not return with
thoir verdict by 3 o'clock p. m., no
othor jury caso would bo taken up this
afternoon and nono to-morrow, leav
ing that day for motions and divorce
casos. Tho term will close Saturday
The members of tho choir of tho
second congregation of St. Andrew's
Cathedral arc all back from vacation,
and tlio iogul.il- rehcaisals commen
ced Wednesday ovening. On Sun
day morning, ut 11:15 o'clock, Berg's
To Douni and Barn by 'a anthem,
"Break foith into Joy," will bo sung,
and in tho ovening at 7 ;30 EbUoii'u
servico in 0.
l- i . )
A Pfln ol rmtl v?lilph wore ro
Qonlly t'liipio.voil In Wan Frnnolsoo,
lmo, with nil tlio liaincss belonging
lo them, boon brought to Honolulu
on speculation, unci will probably bo
purchased by tlio Government.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Hawaiian Tri bo No. 1, I. 0.
M., at 7:30 o'clock.
Services nt St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at 7 o'clock.
Y. M. G. A. singing class, at
Hawaiian Council No. 68!) Ameri
can Legion of Honor at 7:30.
Ariou Musical Society rehearsal
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 F. and A.
Br J. P. MCntOAN.
At 10 a. m., household furniture
at Eureka house, corner of Bere
tania and Maunnkea streets.
COALS FOR THE FLAGSHIP.
By recent arrivals from San Fran
cisco a considerable quantity of
Welsh coal has been received for the
use of II. M. S. Swiftsurc. This
vessel was considered as duo at this
port on the 25th inst., and the coals
have been discharged into schooners
owned by the I. I. S. N. Co., ready
for immediate shipment on board
tho Swiftsurc on her arrival. In the
meantime the schooners arc under
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
Tho usual entertainment by the
Blue Ribbon League will be given
Saturday evening at the Y. M. C. A.
Hall, commencing at 7 :30 o'clock.
Following is the programme :
Piano Solo Mr. Bisscll
Song Mr. J. McGuiro
Reading Miss M.E. Spooncr
Duct Miss Bcckwith & Mrs. Damon
Address Rev. W. O. Mcrritt
THROWN FROM HER HORSE.
Last evening a number of ladies
and gentlemen were out for a moon
light ride. On reaching the corner
of Berctania and Fort streets, one
of the party, a teacher at the Ka
waiahao Female Seminary, collided
with an express and was thrown
from her horse to the ground. The
young lady was picked up and taken
to Dr. Day's residence close by, and
later on to her home. She received a
slight cut on tho face and was badly
stunned, but will be all right in a
day or so.
BROUGHT TO HONOLULU.
The remains of John Neddies
Gilman, who died atKnhuku Ranch,
Kau, in 1876, were brought to
Honolulu by the W. G. Hall this
afternoon in charge of Mr. Geo.
Jones, Jr., a nephew of the deceased.
Through the kindness of Mr. Chas.
Wilson, Chief Engineer of tho Fire
Department, the remains will be
entered in the Fireman's lot, Nuu
John N. Gilman was a member of
tho old Fire Department,, and an
officer of the Hawaiian Cavalry Co.
Tho Tax Collector for the district
of Honolulu, Major Chas. T. Gulick,
issues a notice to tax payers, in
which he conveys the information
that tho taxes for the current year
will be due and payable on the first
day of November next. On that
day and succeeding days tho collec
tor will be in his olllce, No. 38 Mcr-i
chant street, from 8 o'clock a. m.
to 5 o'clock p. m., to receive taxes.
All assessments not paid by the
15th day of December next, will bo
liable to an addition of ten per cent.
Tho collector's oflico, remember,
is on.Merchant street, a few doors
from the intersection of Fort street.
This is a more central position than
Government House, and as a conse
quence more convenient for the
greater number. It is especially
convenient for the bulk of the busi
ness people. The lengthened period
of oflice hours from 8 a. m. to 5
p. in. will also be an accommoda
tion. A HORSE, SADDLE AND BRIDLE.
At about 0 o'clock last ovening,
as a gentleman was driving down the
Waikiki road, tho light from tho
carriage lamps disclosed a horse
standing on tho road side. The
saddle had turned and was suspend
ed by tho girth under tho horse's
belly. A oloser examination showed
that the bridle bad parted on one
side, and also that one stirrup was
Some 50 yards further down the
road was found a man's coat which
was considerably torn ami in bad
These circumstances, combined,
would indicate that an accident, sei
ious or otherwise, had happened.
Search was mado for a considerable
distance on either stylo of the spot
whero the horse was discovered, but
no traces of a wrecked equestrian,
or anyone ablo to throw any light on
tho matter, could bo found.
The horse appeared to bo of tho
nativo breed. The saddle was al
most new, but the bridle was of a
kind that tended to show that the
owner was not ono of high degree,
being very old and patched up with
Tho horse and fixings were taken
in to tho Sunny South enclosure,
whero they await tho arrival of tho
owner to claim his property.
A THUS STORY,
In May 1801, tho donso fo that
hung over tho city of London had
cleared away, and one could see tho
other as they passed through tho
streets. Tlio sun's rnys were weak,
for passing clouds would hide it
from viow now and again, whilst
boys and glrls wandered through
the cold streets peddling matches
mid trinkets, and others begged for
pennies to buy bread. 1 watched
the different characters as tlioy pass
ed me, until I got to Tower Hill
Shipping Olllce, where 1 was going
lo sign articles as cook of tho ship
Sovereign. There were several sev
eral ships signing their crews that
day, and their names were written
on a blackboard outside of the of
fice. The name of each ship was
called in turn. Tho largo crowd of
sailors of different nationalities that
stood outside of the oflice did not
seem to be contented ; some of thorn
were growling because two pounds
ten shillinns per month was too
small ; some wanted advances and
could not get them; others were
going to leave their wives and chil
dren, etc. various other causes
that seemed to worry them vory
much. Some got to fighting with
their boarding masters. Tho Sov
ereign's namo was called ami her
crow signed, and away I went for
Fenchurch, street station lo catch
the train "for Mill-wall, for in the
Mill-wall docks was whero the ship
The next day she was towed out
into tho river Thames, where she
took in ballast, and from thero into
the English Channel where she set
sail for Newport, Wales, to load with
coal for San Francisco.
After remaining in the Alexandra
dock for 15 days and wo were ready
for sea two of the sailors ran away,
and the captain had to ship' two
more in their places ; then we put
out to sea. One of the sailors, a
young lad, being so kind and gentle
in his disposition, I look a liking to
him. His name was John Griffiths,
and he belonged to Woolwich, Kent.
All went very well until wo passed
the Falkland Islands, when the
winds blew harder, tho sea became
rougher, and the light sails had to
be furled, for an approaching storm
was nigh at hand. AVe were tack
ing ship and beating about, until we
were blown down to sixty South.
You may talk about it being cold on
tho banks of Newfoundland in win
ter, but it is nothing to be compared
with Capo Horn.
The storm increased, the winds
whistled through the rigging, the
ship pitched and rolled in the huge
waves, as though she were doomed
to destruction. I he mate came for
ward and lowered awny the fore up
per topsail yard, and ordered the
men to lay aloft and furl the sail.
While they were taking in the sail,
the wind blew it up over the yard,
and John Grifllths lost his hold and
fell to the deck, striking head first
on the starboard bit in front of tho
foremast. There he lay by the side
of the fore-hatch, dead. There'was
no mother there to weep over her
Two days afterwards the winds
ceased blowing so hard, the sea be
came smooth once more. About -l
o'clock that afternoon the ship's
bell tolled and slowly over the deck
came fortii the summoned crow,
bold hardy men, far from their na
tive lands. They stood silent there,
with melancholy brow. From a low
cloud that over the horizon hovered,
enme the threat of distant muttered
thunder, bioken waves heaved up
their bharp white helmets over tho
expanse of-occan, which, in brood
ing stillness, lay like somo vindic
tive King who meditates on hoarded
wrongs or wakes to wrathful war.
The ship's bell tolled, audio! a
youthful form which oft had boldly
dared the slippery shrouds at mid
night's watch, was as a burden laid
down at his comrades feet. Mourn
fully they gazed upon him as he lay
stretched upon a wide board, sewed
up in canvas, with heavy weights at
tuched to his feet, to sink him down
in the briny deep. He was wrapped
in the British flag. On each sido
of him stood two sailors who lifted
him up and rested one end of tho
board upon the rail, while tho cap
tain prayed and read a few lines
from tlio Bible. Then all hands
joined In and sang a hymn.
It was a holy hour. There lay
tho wreck of youthful beauty ; here
bent mourning manhood, while sup
porting faith cast her strong anchor
beneath tho troubled wave Thcie
was a plunge, tlio riven sea com
plained; death from her briny
bosom took her own. Our comrade
went down, down to the floor of tho
ocean, amid tho beds of brave and
To my soul, in all tho funeral
pomp, the guise of woo, the monu
mental grandeur with which earth
sun omuls her dead sons, there is
nought so sad, sublimo, or sorrow
ful, as tho mute sea opening her
mouth to cngulph that sailor youth.
Honolulu, Oct. 15th, 1888.
Tlio white hat litis gone into de
suetude. Tlio autumn Hower-beds and gar
dens of Jny Gould's Hudson liver
home arc said to be a remarkable
Tlio daily consumption of needles
in this country is said to ho 1,200,
000, most of which como fiom Ked
A New Voile street railway super
intendent estlmutcs tho wear and
tear on horses to bo about fifty dol
lars a year each,
re fihtjii t; utTry1"
llGtfOHU njOKKllTON J.
Thursday, Oct. 25th.
B. Guerrero vs. Gcorgo Markham.
Appeal from Polico Court, Honolulu.
Tho plaintiff (appellant) not. ap
pearing, tho Court orders appeal
dismissed. J. L. Kaulukou for de
fendant. J. 15. Ward vs. C. B. Wood.
Damage. Appeal by defendant
from l'olico Court, Honolulu. Heard
argued and judgment of lower
Court in favor of plaintilF for $125
SUPREME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS OCTOBER TERM.
Thciisdat, Oct. 25th.
The King vs. Ah Gung and Ah
Lai. Gambling. Tried before n
foreign jury, Tvho return a verdict
of not guilty, three dissenting.
Tho King vs. Fang Yuen, Charge
Conspiracy, second degree. Tried
before a foreign jury, who return a
verdict of guilty, three dissenting.
Defendant's counsel noted excep
tions and gavo notice of motion for
a new trial. He also gave notice of
motion for arrest of judgment, on
tho ground of jurisdiction, there
being no such place known as the
district of Koua, Island of Oahu.
W. A. Whiting for defendant.
Aiona (Ch.) vs. Malaea (w.).
Petition for divorco on the ground
of desertion. Granted. A. Rosa
Fiiiday, Oct. 20th.
The King vs. Tomes and Kodani.
Gaming. Defendants appeal from
Police Court, Honolulu. New trial,
tho jury having disagreed at July
term last. Being tried before a
foreign jury. Attorney-General, C.
W. Ashford for tho crown : J. L.
Kaulukou for the defendants.
Friday, Oct. 2Gth.
Koi and Annie, Mary and L. Ka
pulo were brought before Judge
Wilcox this morning on a charge of
disturbing the quiet of the night,
but by request of their counsel, Mr.
J. L. Kaulukou, tho caso was post
poned until to-morrow morning.
J. Nicolos'for selling spirituous
liquors without a licence was fined
M. Perry, assault and battery on
Kekino, was fiued ?5 and 5S.40
Tho cases of Ako, opium in pos
session, and Kahaiola, larceny of a
hitching strap from G. K. Wilder,
yesterday, were continued.
Notices unier this htad art chargtd 70 cenft
per lintor theflrtt insertion, and S cents per line
every additional insertion.
CHANCE for Investment All tlio
furniture and tilings for a lodging
houso of 25 to 30 rooms. Also the lease
of a 17-roomed lodging' house, in a fine
locality. Rent very low. Lease 3
years longer to run. Enquire at this
oflice. 74 8t
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
COTTAGE to LET
street, this side
J of School
occupied by Mr. Chas. Kib.
Rent $12 per month.
M. S. GRINBAUAI & CO.
LANDS FOR SALE !
PAKTIES desiring Good
H)uso Lols and Airri-
3 cultuiul Lands) may inquire
of the undercigued, as I am ready to
rent or lease good and desirable Lnnds
for good liomrMcuilB In the future. The
same aro as follows:
10 House Lota at Hamahamo, Waikiki
kai, Oahu; 1) or these are closo lo the
Government road and close to the feci
1 Houso J.ol nt Palolo, Oahu.
1 House Lot at KauluTfela, Oahu.
1 Houso Lot at Waikahalulu, Oahu.
1 Agricultural Land atHauula, (lahu.
1 Agricultural Land ut Ewa, Ouhu.
4 Pieces at Poluui, Lnhalna, Maui.
1 Pieco at Naliiku, Maui.
1 rieeo at Hauiaiaia, Hawaii, formerly
owned by S. Pualuhi.
tgrTlio above Lands will be leased to
to those wishing from 10 to 15 vcars. I
will be found at Kapalama, Honolulu,
Oahu. J. HKLELUUB.
Honolulu, October 25. 18B3. 81 2w
No. 10. '-:. No. 10.
A Largo Assortment of
STAPLE & FANCY GOODS.
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
Pioneer Shirt Factory
Of Honolulu, No. 17 Emma SL
Tlio undersigned Ickb to Inform the
public of these Islands Hint he is ltluklng
SHlrtw ly IWouHuroineiiL J
Directions for self.meusurcnient will
bo given on application.
White Shirts, Oyershirls & Night Gowns
A lit guarantee by making a (ample
Bhlrt to every order.
Island order tollclted Bell Telephone 410
A. 91. MELLI8. I
Tie But "II. Mil" TCUp C E
With a Cargo of
Life Insurance Go.,
OF NEW YORK.
Caih Assets. December 3t, 1087
Thoso who desiro safe and profitable
Life Insurance) are invited to apply to
S. It. ROSK,
Honolulu, General Agent, Hawaii n
Islands. oct-9 88.1y
Tho Nippon Yiiscn Kalsha's At
Bnowx, : .: CoiiMANnBit.
"Will bo due here from Yokohama on or
about tho 13th November nnd
will leave for tho above
potts positively on the
17th of the same Month i
Chinese Passengers for Hongkong
will be transferred at Yokohama by
first steamer leaving that port.
8For Freight or Passage having
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & Co.,
78 td Agents.
During Mr. Fishel's nbsouce, who
wont East to buy his Holiday
Goods, our cntiie stock of
Fnncy Clotlitnc, SHoeH, IlatH &.
C'npw, ailllliiar.v, Jtc,
Will be sold at Greatly Reduced Prices
In order to mnko room for New
Goods. Wo will offer tho
Biggest Bargains in
In this country.
Our $5 Hats will ho sold for $2.75;
Our $G Hats will ho sold for $3.75;
Our W Hats will ho sold for $1.75;
Our $10 Hats will be sold for $0.00 ;
Our $15 Hats will ho sold for $8.75.
f o lave Remits
Ii all Deprtiiits !
Goods will be slaughtered for
THIRTY DAYS ONLY.
Boys' Fine Straw Hats only 25
Our Linen Lawns tuko the cuko.
Price our Ribbons
Our stock of lUbhous is complete and
you may oxpect bargains.
Wc Must nnd wo Will soil iu oidor to
make room for New Goods.
CHAS. J. FBSHEL.
Corner ol Fort & Hotel Streets,
M W GRANDEST DISPLAY
3X rfSk ' OF
cae in nAv&
G.'5 & 05 FOKT STREET.
By the "Zealanxlia,'' duo here on the 27tli
or 2Sth of this month, Mr. Ehrlich will re
turn to Honolulu with a large and complete
stock of Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing
Goods, Ladies', Gents', Misses' and Chil
dren's Boots and Shoes, etc., personally se
lected hy himself in San Francisco and the
East, and which will only need inspection,
to which the public is cordially invited, to
-BS THE "S-
l,u e nirau i
To lii foul ii aiF store in toe liifloi !
MY ofTlco will be closed fromScptcm.
ber 22nd to October 27th, during
my absence from the ICincdom.
11. 10. GltOSSMAN,
3G tf Dentist, !H Hotel st.
NOTICE to CIIEDITOIIS.
THE undersigned having been duly
appointed and qualified as Admin
istrators with tho will annexed of the
Estate of Samuel Gardner Wilder, late
of Honolulu, decc.isrd; hi-reby notify"
all persona having claims against sulil
deceased to present tho sanio, duly au
thontlcatcd, with the proper vouchers if
any exist, even if secured by mortgage,
to Win. F. Allen. Ks(., iu tho Hank of
Bishop & Co., Honolulu, within six
months from this dato or they will be
forever barred. A. P. JUDD,
. V. ALLEN,
Administrators with tho Will annexed
of tho Estate of S. G. Wildor, do.
Honolulu, October 11, 1888. 70 1m
Cold Storage !
Pcoplo'rt Ice & Itufrigerathij' Com
pany having lately bullt-Twn Lnrgo
ltefrlgcraloiB at the Ice Factory,
are now prepaid to etoro McitH,
Fruits, Vegetables, etc., in Fame ut
reasonable rules. The rates will bo
given to parlies desiring Cold Sto
iage accommodations by the man.
agcr ut tho Factory. Holh Tele
phones at the Works. No 15:1.
J. IC. W1LDE11,
70 lw President.
"N answer to t-overal enquiries con-
X corning Wliulo float Frames, we
have now iu course of coiihti action,
!l Whalo Iloat Frninct 74 feet by 32 feet
long. These frames aio bout in onu
pieco of oak, niul held to shape, thus
rcmilrlui; little tact to bet them up and
build. The full frame for such bouts,
Including cants, bcetlons iu number,
is sold at $28; with huge stoma on keel,
and ready to plank f 40, They aro not
Intended to bo clinker built, nor ns tho
fiall (inputted whale boats pi oper, but
aie Intended for lough use and durabi
lity, yet light withal, for llshing nnd
trading purposes. We have exported
these frames and Intend doing so, and
make this offer to amateurs and others
desirous of trying their hand, with
plenty of leisure and email cash to make
a uusiness, win uenu ironies to uny
given model from 5 to 25 tuns. Also on
hand for sale Surf and l'lenstuo lJoats,
Stems, Knees and Tlmbeis, Mutual
Tolepboitu No 1)25,
DOWKK & SOX.
70 tf Boat Uullilers.
G3 & G5 Fort Street.
m Goods, &g.
ONE fine Milch Cow,
price, $12G. Apply
at the I$ui.i,ETiN Office.
MRS. M. B. CAMPBELL,
Xi-cn.smivlcliiir, fco., Sco.
Ilas commenced tho business of Dress
making, Cutting and Fitting, at her resi
dence, No 7!t llcrclnnia street, opposite
the Hotel. The patronage of the ladies
is respectfully solicited. Satisfaction
Som.etli.ixig- IVev !
Whose "ad" is it? Why,
Who has opened a
Coffee Saloon, on Hotel Street.
A Hot Dinner is, provided Kverj
Day from 11 :B0 A. m. to 1 p. m.
rsy-Coino und try his Coffee, ctc-t
COtf - '
qpHE ONLY READABLE PA
X PER in the Jiincdom Th
uHiiy uuiieun," ou ccnis per month.
Gcrtlflcato of Registration of Copj
DEl'AllTUKUT ov tub Intbmob, )
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. J"
KNOW till Men by these Prestta, ,
That, in accordauca with the pro.'
vibions of Section 2, Chapter 8, of the
Besbion Laws of 188S, J, 11". Macdoaojd
has tiled iu the olllco of the Minister of
tho Interior an application for a Certld
cato of Copyright for a book entitled
"The Honolulu Buslnoss Directory, be
ing a profesblonal commercial and trade
address book of tho city and suburbs,
corrected up to dato of issue, which
said application la accompanied by the
oath of the said applicant that he fa the
original and first author of sid book.
Now, therefore, this Certificate is to
grant unto the said J. M. Macdonuld, his
heirs or assigns for the torin of Twenty
Years, from the Tenth Day of October,
Ono Thousand Kight Hundred and
Klghty.cight, the exclusive right to
print, ic-prlnt, publish, use and vend
tho said book throughout the Hawaiian
In Witness whererf I have caused"
this Certificate to be Issued at Honolulu,
this 11th Day of October, A. D. 1838
n ml tho Seal of tho Department of the '
Interior lo ho heroto sfllxed
Minister of the Interior, a J inhrtm,