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FRIDAY, JULr2G, lh80.
t , op ARRIVALS,
8tmr .tllknhala from Hawaii
Schr Lavlnia from Ewii
tiehr llalcakala from Pepcckoo
S o Australia from Sun Francisco
Stmr'U It Bishop for Wnlnnae, Walalua
nui) Kooluu at 0 a m
From Snn Francisco per S S .Autra
11m, .ail' 25 A J nuipbell, K' It Hen
dry niul wife. I' N Gutter, l'Jl'cok, II
W eV' ranee and wife, Miss Severance,
Horn; Yen hu ", l)r G Footii. J W
'Williams. John Uinmcluth, AIIm M
Louden,0 F Vall,Mra W SLucr,3 dill
dren an I maid. U 1' Franklin, It II
Moore, Miss A Clonic, Mrs E M Mar
sh ill and child, Hugh .Mori Ison and
wife, Rev I i: Dwlncil and wife, W A
Kluuey, ltcv J J Forbes and wife, Robt
O onicngle, Mi'sli Al Sliding, Mr
Logan, V M Giuliani, J 11 Davis, G W
Cutlierton, A Huibcrt, G West and 10
From Volcano per Btmr Mlknhala,
July 20 W II McLean and wife, It N
Webster, DrLautci bach, Dr Showeikoff
From way ports: W T Thonipsoh, J
lime, Clms Thompson, .1 Dodd.U I.auc,
It T Searlc, J M Muiisnrrnt, Mid Mc
Ciuui and child, I) U lteitt, Airs Zl -gler,
ifss A Fcnnell, Miss May Halt'V,
.Miss Ellen Haley, Father Victor, Thos
Alan, E MeUade Mrs lark and 2 chil
dren, J Cooper, K traugh, F F Franco
and w fo, M Gnuvela, Mrs Goldstein
and child, and 40 deck.
SHI"' N. NOTES.
AltRIVALS AT SAN niANUISCO.
Julv 2, bktne Kllkltat, 27 days from
Kaliului; July 5, biig Consuelo and
bktne W II t imnnd, both 21 days from
Honolulu; uly 0, Alameda, 0 'days 12
hours from Honolulu; uly 11, bar
Colusn 30 days and bark 'Cej Ion, 20
days from Honolulu; July 12, brlgJ I)
Spieckel , 21 days fi out Kaliului; July
Kl, Umatilla 8 (lays from iioiioltilu, bk
J A King, i dajs from Kaliului; schr
Fred E Minders. 2U clays friin ilo;
July 1-1, bark Forest Qeeen. 21 days
fr.im Honolulu; July 17. bark Itoyal
Alice, 29 days from Honolulu.
July 13, bktne W H Dimoud and bk
GN Wilcox for Honolulu
The brig Consuelo cleared for Ilono
lu'u July 18ih.
This line steamship of the Oceanic
Company's line arrived in port at
noon to-day, being the first trip
since her general overhauling. Left
San Francisco July 19th, at 12:30
p. invalid experienced north east
trados, smooth sea and fine weather
the entire trip. She brought 39
cabin and 40 steerage passengers
and 1040 tons of general merchan
dise. With the exception of her bull,
the Australia has been entirely re
modeled and rebuilt. Her statc
reoni3, cabins, saloon, hurricane,
upper and lower decks and all wood
work and fittings have been rebuilt
and letnodelcd under the supervision
of George Ross, the shipwright,
while all the iron and steel work,
boilers and engines were constructed
by the Risdon Iron "Works, under
the direction of Fergus Kennedy,
Marine Superintendent. She has
been furnished throughout with
electric incandescent lights. The
quarters designed for steerage pas
sengers are roomy, light and well
A large refrigerating machine has
been built on the lower deck. It is
connected with two tanks, each
holding 4000 gallons of brine, which
is pumped through miles of pipe,
creating tho.cojd current.
The Australia made her trial trip
July 14th, steaming out through the
north channel, having wind and tide
against her, to the fifteen-fathom
buoy, developing a speed of 14
knots an hour with 02 revolutions.
After rounding the buoy she turned
to the southward, and then turning
about passed around the buoy u
second time and made for the har
bor. On the home trip she develop
ed a speed of 17 knots with 07 revo
lutions. This exceeded the expecta
tions of nil concerned, being four
knots extra speed compared with
what the steamer formerly did, with
a consumption of coal of ten tons a
The passengers who arrived on
her .to-day all speak in glowing
terms of the accommodations, and
of her behavior at sea.
BEt'OIlF. DOI.i:, J.
TiiunsoAY, July 25th.
The King vs. Chun Chung and Lo
Sang. Malicious injury. Appeal
from Police "Court, Honolulu. V.
V. ABhford for prosecution ; J. L.
Kuulukou for defendants.
Ah Cheo vs. J. II. Sopor. As
sumpsit. Plaintiff's appeal from
Police Court, Honolulu. V. V.
Ashford for plaintiff ; C. Creigbton
for defendant. Continued by agree
ment until called up,
C. A. Hrown vs. Wong Kenni.
Taxes. Defendant's, appeal from
Police Court, Honolulu. No ap
pearance of or for plaintiff; W. C.
Achi for defendant.
C. L. Alionu vs, M, Kekaalua.
Deserting contract service. Plain
tiff's appeal from Police Court, Ho
nolulu. W. C. Achi for plaintiff;
J. L. Kaulukou for defendant. Be
I F YOU FIND ANYTHING,
JL ftdYCrtlie it U tho "Dully liullutin."
fKtuff itf in
Fujmh Uaitn oystsVp at the Jwt
Criterion per Australia.
beer at the
No sig.n of the Mariposa from
Colonicb as wo go to prcf a.
KuAn the Tiauiwa.VB Company's
notico of extra cais for Saturday.
The Australia brought $10,000 in
gold coin for Messrs, liishop fc Co.
If you want
at the Etore of
some nice fctns cull
A. L. Smith, Fort
II. II. M. S. Esi'isai.t: leaves for
parts unknown- early to-morrow
Tin: gamo of baseball to-morrow
afternoon at Makiki will bo bulwccn
the Honolulus and Kaiulauis.
Mr, Itobert Cowes, the popular
steward of tho Aniridia, has our
tliankB for lato San Francisco papers.
Tun terminal exercises of Miss
Eerry's school wue held to-day and
a ropoit of them will appear in next
Cor.. G. W. Maofarlanu i3 still in
London. Wo understand tho Kauai
plantation scheme has been success
I'uiiskk Edward A. Keil has the
best thanks of the Bum.utin for full
files of late San Francisco papers
and other news favors.
Thk excitement, here this noon
over tho news of the Sullivan-Kilrain
light was intense Considerable
money changed hands.
In the divorce caso of Almira
haiianui vs. 1). II. Kaliananui,
plaiiitill' has discontinued by
counsel, V. V. Ashford.
There will be n game of baseball
at 1 o'clock to-morrow afternoon at
Makiki, between the KamcliamohaB
and U. S. S. Adams' nine.
Mn. John E. Thompson has been
appointed Consul-Geueral for the Do
minion of Canada, at Toronto, in
place of Mr. C. E. Anderson,rcsigned.
Miss Emma Rosenberg, sister of
Mrs. S. W. Lederer, who has been
visiting in the islands the past five
months, returns to California on the
Wells Fargo Co.'s express agency
on these islands is to be discontinued,
on account of the establishment of
tho parcels post. The two outgoing
steamers will take packages.
The Australia brings news of a
decline in the piico of su;ar. The
latest quotations are $7.73 for 9G
test. Heets on July 2d were quoted
at 28s 3d, and on the 10th 22s.
Mk. A. W. Holster, the gonial and
cflicient assistant at Mr. J. J. Wil
liams' photographic gallery leaves on
the Mariposa for the States. His
stay abroad is indefinite. Aloha.
The examinations and closing ex
ercises of Fort Street school inter
ested a Urgo number of visitors to
day. Owing to the arrival of tho
steamer tho full report is deferred.
The Hawaiian bund serenaded His
Honor tho Chief Justice, at his resi
dence, Nuuanu Avenue, Wednesday
morning. This morning it played at
the residence of H. K. II. Princess
Mk. Forsyth, formerly of Honolulu
and of cinchona fame, was heard
from by the mail to-day. Mr. For
syth, with tho assistance of Parisian
capitalists, iccently invested $130,000
in a eoit'ee plantation in Guatamala
and is now working it.
Mr. John L. Stevens, the new
American Minister Resident, will
arrive in Honolulu September 13th.
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Hendry re
turned looking well after an absence
of several months. A huge stock
of goods is coming on the W. II.
Dimoud for the Hawaiian Hardware
Co., of which Mr. Hendry is man
ager. Capt. II. C. Iloudlcltc, the jovial
commander of tjie Australia, was
warmly welcomed hack by his nu
Mr. II. W. Severance, the new U.
S. Consul-General at Honolulu, Mrs.
and Miss Severance arrived on the
Mr. Hugh Morrison, manager of
tho SpreckcUvillc plantation, and
Mrs. Morrison returned from a trip
Mr. J. J. Williams, the photo
grapher, returned from a business
trip to the Coast. Jimmy don't
take much stock in San Francisco
Messrs. John Emmeluth, Allan
Herbert, Chas. Wall and W. M.
Graham, all look well after a visit
to the Stales.
MrB. W. S. Luce returned from n
visit to England in improved health.
Kov. J. J. Forbes and wife and
Mrs. Logan arrived from tho Coast
en route to the South Seas on the
Mr. W. A. Kinney, the anli-Chi-neso
champion, returned to his isl
and home on the Australia after 11
stay of several months in the States.
Dr. G. Footc has come under en
gagement to the Board of Health.
Mr. A. J. Campbell, the banana
merchant, returned from a business
trip to thu Coast.
Eligibility "But, my dear, what
has that old man to recommend him
self aaido from his riches?" "Heart
List Fram M
There will bo no raco for the
America Cup this year.
Hogan, an aeionaut nho had made
over 400 ascensions and 32 para
chute jump? in his 28 years' exper
ience, is believed to hao been lost
in his last attempt, as his balloon
was seen dtlfting and afterward
sinking by u pilot oul from New
York. He went up in 11 new-fangled
air-ship, which became unman
ageable at 5,000 feet height.
II. B. Slavin, president of the
American Contracting and Dredging
Company, that operated heavily at
Pannim,, sailed from New York for
Palis. He was going to make n
contract with the now Panama Canal
Company, and was confident the
canal could be completed in four
years at a cost within 820,000,000.
SOU.1VAN ltl'.AlS Ktl.UAIN.
John L. Sullivan defeated Jake
Kilrain at Ilichburg, in a wcll-con-tesled
fight of seventy-live rounds.
Kilrain was lighter than his anta
gonist by from ten to thiity
pounds, according to different, ac
counts, and made a sort of dodg
ing light all through. Kilraiu's
backers threw up the sponge for him
when time wis called forthesevcnly
sixlh round, as they would not sec
him lake any more punishment.
The only mai ks on Sullivan were a
slight cut under the right eyo and
another iu the left ear. Kilrain's
body showed the effect of Sullivan's
blows and ho was bleeding at the
ears, nose and mouth. About three
thousand spectators viewed the
light, which was for 810,000 a side
and the championship of the world.
William Muldoon, Sullivan's
trainer, considered it the greatest
fight that ever took place between
two heavyweights. Kilrain lie con
sidered the greatest heavyweight
fighter except Sullivan. Muldoon
never wanted again to see a man
knocked about and punished as
Kilrain was. He thought boxing a
grand exercise, and would do all he
could to encourage it; but he
thought ring fighting too brutal, and
wanted to see no more of it.
It is telegraphed from London
that Smith has challenged Sullivan
to fight in Europe for 1,000 a side.
The Swiss Socialists will protest
against the action of Govern incut in
regard to thq German refugees.
The committee on royal grants in
the British Parliament are finding
great difficulty in making their ex
pected report. The trouble is on
the question of an allowance to the
Prince of Wales' children. The
Liberals led by Mr. Gladstone pro
pose to give the Prince 40,000 a
year additional with no grants to his
children, which the Government is
not indisposed to accept but will
not agree to the further condition
that no more grants for other of the
Queen's grand children' shall be
Jack the Ripper is still at large in
London, and tho eighth murder at
tributed to him lias just occurred.
The Parncllitcs will enquire in
Parliament into the origin of the
The Valkyrie was beaten in a fifty
mile course by the Yarana coming
in one second ahead of her.
The latest from Port au Prince,
Hayti, shows the city in fearful ex
citement. Legitime is defending
the city and Ilippohle threatening
to attack it any moment. All for
eigners have been threatened witli
extermination,, but IJ. S. ships
Kearsargc and Ossippee have their
guns ready to bombard the city,
and men ready to land at a mo
ment's notice from the Consulate by
signals. -The British cruiser For
ward came in under a. full head of
steam, having left Jamnica at six
hours' notice and jumped her an
chor from the bottom in her eager
ness to get ofT. Tho captain of the
British cruiser declares that if ono
Englishman is touched he will open
eery gun iu his batteries. Two
Spanish warships were present and
a Frenchman reported outside com
ing iu. Hippolytc'o nearest posi
tion is nbout a mile from the city
and his force is reported" at 10,000
men. Legitimc's Minister of War
bus executed prisoners with his own
hands, ami when tho two armies
meet the battle will be desperate.
Provisions are becoming very scarce
in Port an Prince.
The contract with the Andersons
to carry tho Canadian jnaiU in
twenty knot boats of 0,000 tons has
been signed. It is reported that the
Andersons are also to undertake a
service between Vuncsuvcr and
China and Japan.
Nad-Kl-Jumi, tho dervish leader
in Egypt, in rcsponso to the demand
of Goneral-Grenfell for UU sur
render, nroto: ''Your force is noth
ing to me. I have been sonUo con
quer tho world. I cannot stop now.
1 call upon you to surrender. I will
protect you. Remember Hicks and
Young people who have courted
in fluciety go on Initial trips to 8ec
how they like each other.
Anew writer says that poverty is
a iliseabc ; and the worst of it is that
the doctors all increase it.
The oldest twins we know of are
Wickedness ami Want and they
wll probably survive till doomsday.
If j on want a man to think you
are ulntirt you have only to make
him tliitik you thitil; he ib suiurt.
uomah,11iU. II.. i..
Yctn-V imni'lsunraont -"p rsi uiin -
When the Supreme Court opened 1
tills morning, Patrick Hayes wn '
placed before the bar to. received
sentence for maiming Officer Larsen
by biting off his car, a jury liming
found him guilty.
Mr. F. M. ilatch on behalf of
Hayes appealed for a light kcntencc,
as there were many circumstances
lo be taken into consideration. The
affair occurred during n light be
tween thu two men. It was not
done where Hayes had taken advan
tage of the injured man. Lai sen
was physically superior... to . the
prisoner," and -he inilicted a blow
with 11 chair on Hayes which might
have crushed his nkull. If any other
class of injury had been committed
on Larson, tlfc jury would no doubt
have viewed it in the light of self
defense. It was beyond dispute that
Lai sen acted iu an insulting and in
solent maimer. There was no doubt
that he started the row. Taking all
matters into consideration, he asked
the Court to pass as light a sentence
as was consistent with the facts.
Deputy Attorney-General Peter
son said it seemed that the evidence
was overwhelming that Hayes started
the row. The jury had found him
guilty and the offense was as serious
as that of manslaughter in the 2d
degree. It was a serious offence
and should be so treated by the
Court, and a substantial sentence
ir. justice iucvjully in passing
sentence said: "Patiick Hayes, you
havebcenfound guiltj' of the offence
of mayhem, in biting oil one of the
cars of officer Wm. Larson. Much
testimony was given showing that
you had made threats at sundry
times that you would find and take
an opportunity of doing him au in
jury, executing some revenge or
gi udge upon him. You deny that
you made such threats at the Sta
tion House on the occasion of your
carrying a dinner to Dorrity, but
the testimony of several witnesses
that you did has not been overcome
03- your denial. Officer Kingsley
confirms officer Larscn in your hav
ing volunteered such a threat once
at the corner ofWotel and Fort
streets. You simply deny recollec
tion of meeting them nt nil. The
testimony of all the witnesses is that
in Lore's bakeryjvwhere the act of
which you arc convicted was com
mitted, you were over ready for an
encounter with Larscn.
The jury must have considered
that he had good reason to be on
his guard against your advances.
When after Larsen's blow on your
back with a chair you two had grap
pled and were down on the fioar it
had become what may be called a
fair rough and tumble fight, that is
a fight which, if you both desired it,
might be fought out by common fair
You were in a crowd of men who
could have given help to cither party
if he had called for help. The testi
mony is that you were on top or at
the side, and not under, in the fight.
There is no testimony that you were
in au extremity. The only defenso
which could be attempted or was
made by your counsel wn3 that you
were justified, as an act of selfdefensc,
in using your teeth, that you might
by the infliction of pain release your
self from a peril. You were given the
nmplest benefit of that vii'w in the
charge of the Court. Under the
verdict the Comt treats it as found
in fact you were not iu a position
which justified a resort to this un
fair" method of lighting. It is n
finding that you did maliciously and
with intent to maim and disfigure
Larson bite off his caj The cir
cumstances stated in evidence were
brutal nud disgusting, and need not
bo repeated here. This is a com
munity unaccustomed to this horrible
style of fighting. The evidence
gives tho impression that you are a
vicious and dungerous character.
The law provides a penalty of im
prisonment as high as ten years and
a fine up to a thousand dollars. Bad
as this case is, there might be worse
and the Court will not impose the
highest penalty in either form.
The sentence of the Court is that
you be imprisoned at hard labor for
two years and pay a fine of twenty
five dollars, with costs of Court.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Co. 13 Honolulu IUUch,
Drill King's Own, nt 7;30.
Service ut St. Andrew's Cuthcilrul,
Hawaiian Council No. 089 A. L.
of II., at 7:30.
Pacific Degree Lodge No. 1, D.
of It., at 7:30.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
nv i J. u:tv.
At 10 a. in., nt the store of Egan
& Co., Foit street, the remainder of
the stock of dry goods, to wind up
tho lniMni'83. Everything iniist bo
sold ut any cost.
Sad-faced tramp: Madam, I am
a liomelosi man. Patient house
wife Well, if you are more homeless
than my liuubntid is, I pity your
Blind raan(to tailor) "I am look
ing for something for a suit."
Tailor "Yc, Mr. What color
would would you prefer?" "Well,
I should say hl'ind-man's buff would
be as iipproniiate us auything."
Aoii m bj km l KB.
1 inn wwi
TRUSTEES SALE OF
REAL - ESTATE
Rv fi-dor of the TniKtces of His Ma
ivU's Estntc I will sell nt Public
Auction, nt my Halcsrooni,
Thursday, Aug. I,
At lit O'CLOCK XOO,
'I lie Following Parcels of Land:
Lot at Piinaio !
On tho WalkikI roml. ndjolnlng the
prclrilHPt of II. A. SVldemiitin. tiding
Apulia 3 or U.( A. 208U.' to Kalilloftlio,
containing 1 70-100 acres.
Uisot Price S125."
2 Taro Lail it Kolomln,
Mnnon, Oalm, being It 1 231)1 , L O A
l!)2f to 1'nniitni for Kol, containing
Up.set Price SCO.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
I liuvc been instructed to sell nt Public
Auction, ut my Salesroom,
(11 ecu street,
On THURSDAY, Aug. 1st,
AT 1? O'CLOCK. SOON'.
Those Desirable Premises known
Situated on the corner of Ileretnnin
street and Gurden Lane, adjoining the
residence of Dr. Miner
The Lot hns a frontage of 71 feet on
nerutania street, and 13(1 feet on Garden
Lane. There is a
LARGE DWELLING - HOUSE,
1 Cottage and Oat Houses
On the Property.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
FOR SALE at AUCTION.
I have received instructions to sell at
Public Auetfon, at my Saloi.
room, Queen street,
On Thursday, Aug. I,
AT IS O'CLOCK SOUS,
The Following Desirable Properties,
At Pain in a,
at rear of the residence of
H. II. I.iliuokalaul:
Containing -144.1000 acre, with entrance
hy lunu from King stieet. 'lhcre is a
substantia Dwelling House with Out
hoiHi.'d, etc., on the lot, plutuul with
shade nnd fruit trees.
Adjoining Lot A, n fine site for a resi
dence. JL.OrJ? I.
A small lot, with Carriage House, Sta.
The oloso proximity of Ihcso lots to
King stieet. and the demand for resi
deuced at Paliimu, render this an un
usual ehfttico to obtain fine premises.
Map of the property can bo seen at my
CBFor further particulars apply to
JAS. P. MORGAN,
:102 13 1
FOR SALE at AUCTION.
On THURSDAY, Auff. 1st,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOO.V,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I tvill
sell at l'ublie Auction,
Situated at I'unuhou,
And lately occupied by .Mr. B. F. Gra.
hum as a resilience. The premises have
u frnntagu of 300 feet on Diughiim street,
200 fcot on Artesian street, mid 200 feel
nu Alexander street. There is a
Commodious Dwelling House
On the lot containing Parlor, 3 lied,
rooms, Dluhif.'room, Kitchen and l'uu
try, etc. Also,
With Four Stulls nud Carriage House
and Servants' Hooms Artesian Water
throughout tho premises. Tho ginuuds
are ucll. covered with i;ihmiuh1 trem.
The healthy location of title properly
and the nearness to tho l'linuhou Train
cars, make It ono of the most deslrahlo
family residences oll'ered for sale.
iQrt'or any further paiticulars opply
totf. F. Graham, or to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
U02 1:H Auctioneer.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT a meeting of the stockholders of
the Reuipiociiy Sugar Coinpuny
held this day, the follow ilig olllcers
wero clcoti.. ;
President ..lUn. .1. 5. Walker,
Vice.IVsidiiii...llou. W. 11. Castle.
Treasurer ..lion. W. 0. lrln,
Biorctary Mr. K 1. Spalding,
Auditor., M', .Inlni fl, Paty,
E. I. SPALDING,
Honolulu., July 5, IStSll. IQJ j
! CORKER HOTEL
"Over 1,000 Pieces of White & Fancy EmbrbideTies,
Torchong Laces, Oriental Laces.
Also, Larp Lies of Lace Trimiiigs !
WILL HE CLOSED OUT AT AN
B Immense ilrfcecUietioii "'S3
Great linrgains can ho obtained by culling at the Temple of Fashion for the
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17.
Dcc-l-88 Corner Jlotel & Fori Streets..,
(i-8 Hoel it Spring llocl
8-10 Heel A Spring Heel
11-13 Heel & Spring Heel
i Heel & Spring Heel . .
Manufacturers' Shoe Company, Hotel Street.
Ladies ! Have You Seen the Latest ?
LSADIN& MILLINERY HOUSE
- ALL THK
JLi JL 0
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
gjSF N. B. On and aftor May
of our DiCHBiiiaking Koonis.
H -&.-W.A.I: tJ!LJS
91 c ta m
liflrr mw. w lar rao ir nor
Carriages, - Wia BiMs
Mux, L 88lJbL
kl Ms of Carriage & Wagon Seuairag
Our PATENT llitKAKS urie,inatvd iu Honolulu by u have "beon
Reduced 25 I'cr Cent iu l'riee. "" V" '
-JURT RKCKIVKD A
Second Growth of White Oak Spokes,
Hubs, Felloefl, Rinif,
Plnuki'tc, Heavy Hickory Wagon,
Single & Double Trees, Etc., Eto.
ALL AT A GREATLY REDUCED RATI?..
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR IRON.
& FORT STREETS.
,. ijil 75
. ..T2 OO
. .?2 25
BY THK ..
GO TAST. J&3
EILEES & CO.
15th, MISS CLARK will have charge
Etc., Etc., Etc.
AT A BARGAIN-
Very low I'ricee.
J.ARG10 INVOICE OF-
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