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P WEDNESDAY, OCT. 9, 1880.
Ml - himself so that ho died within an I I'flVDPlllllOM
Schr Lcnhl fiom Kohala
Htrar Pelts from Ilnwnil
Stint C B Bishop Irom Koohm
S 9 City ot Peking Itota Hongkong
Kttnr Jas Mnkce for Japan
Schr MUlo Morris for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Am bkt V D Dlmond, Drew, for San
Sttnr Wnlmnnalo for Wnlnnae anil Wal-
alna nt 9 a m
Schr Mol Wahlue for ilainakua
S S City of Peking for San Francisco
For Maul per stnir l.lkcllke, Oct 8
1'rot V D Alexander. W H Kins, Mrs
Knhannmtl and others.
For Kauai pci-stmr-Mlkahaln. OotS
Rev O P Emerson, Mr lloffsa.ud, F
a , Mr 1tobliion. 11 Baldwin, E M
Walsh. Miss Mollte Hush, Re M
"uhnclder, 0 W Spit, U 7. eholt., anil
For.Molukal and Hawaii per stun- l.o
hua. Oct S .Ino D.wi, Mr William",
.Mother Mnij Ann mid IbiMer ltcmilii.
I'roin wludwnid polls per tmr V O
Hull, Oct S II II I'rliii o Knwniiiinn'non,
TC Willis anil 1 ehtldien, 11 LCAtkln
mi, Mi3 I) llilhl, I)r Jl Oliver, I) I!
Helelo.i and wlfo.JMis .1 Knnnt und
child, C L Ilrlto, J A Heenliam, Mt
Robertson, Mr 8yla, Mr Apa, Miss
Doheity, l otheis'and SI dec'.
The stmr W C Ilnll nnhcdyestord.iv
aftci noon from wiuduaid pom with
1-1(10 bag's sugar, 1 10 bags awn, 0 bags
t'offeu, t)ii pKu's hides, Oil pl,g sundries,
10 ealvo and ll! head of entile.
The steamer l.ikelike took yesteiday
) 15 Japanese iinmiginnW fui diMilhu
tlon as follows: 7.1 loi liana, 'in for
Haiku and 10 for Knhulut.
LOCAL & GENERAL MEWS.
NoricK regarding hark Bnnra np
Sun Mr. Sachs' new announcement
on first page.
The steamer Pelo
land the ciicu.
is chartered to
Offickkb of Jfilo Sugar Co. are
1'hinck David Kawananako.i
turned from Hawaii yesterday.
Thk Ladies Altar Society meets nt
three o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
, Tun jury look none tho worse for
their night's incarceration in tho
It is probable that
trial will occupy tho
Thkrk was a large attendance at
Athe baud concert at Thomiih Square
Prior. G. Sauvlet will leceive a
very fine Bechstcin gi.uul piann by
the City of Peking.
Mu. F. Horn offers a situation to u
young man who can mnke himself
A special meeting of the Boaid
of Trustees of the Queen's HoNpitnl
will be held on Suturdny morning
Tin: S. S. City of Peking wan an
nounced off Wnianae from tho Bell
Co. 'h station at that place about 11
Capt. Cavarly of the City of Pe
king is a brother-in-law of Mr. John
H. Pnty, and Commodore of tho
Pacific.' Mail Company's ilect.
The funeral of tho late L. Biueck
ler will take place from tho Queen's
1 Hospital at 2 o'clock to-morrow.
Friend) and acquaintances aie invit
ed to attend.
Is the Polico Court this morning
J. Kaelemakulc forfeited $1 for
diuiikunness, and Ah Fau and Nnho
ana had $6 each imposed for affray.
L. Ahlo, conspiracy, was lcmnudcd
until moved on.
Mit. F. Horn has lately made homu
extensive rtlterations at his store. Ho
has fitted up rooms over his store in
a very neat manner for tho special
accommodation of parties who wish
to partako of his delicious ice cream
and cake. It is an improement that
will bo much appreciated by his
numerous patinmt who deciio pri
vacy. Hattalio.v drill of tho Honolulu
Hides, Major Jlebbard, commanding,
lust evening was very good, over 100
men being in line. Formation was
made nt 8 o'clock und the battalion
movements were kept up briskly to 10
o'clock, when tho command was
matched to lieadqumters mid dis
misbod. It is understood there ia
going to bo another battalion paiado
Thursday evening at Makiki, in con
junction with the olficors and mon of
tho American warbhips in port.
Piunci: nnd Princess Henri do
lioiubon are traveling incognito as
tho Count nnd Countess Durcli, Mr.
II. F. Glade, Austrian Consul, mot
them with the tug Eleu at tho Poking
and convoyed them nshou'. Tlioy
were received at the binding by Mr,
Juincs W. ItobortEon, H. M.'s Vice
Ohainbeilain, undor instruction
of the Chamberluin, Col. G. W
Macfarlane, at His Majesty's desire,
uud drivon in tho Queon'e private
cuirittue to the Hawaiian Hotel.
Other receptions to tho distinguished
party aro intended but not yot delin
Louis Hruoekler made n deter
mined cfioit to kill hie mistress this
morning, nnd failing in that 6hot
himself so that ho died within an
hour. The tragedy happened nt n
cottage on Queen street opposite
Knwainhao lane. Brucckler was an
AUatinn who served in the French
army during the .Vranoo-Prussian
vrar and slnu sTea years, as a goa
dn,rmo In Tahiti.. Coming to Hono
lulu same ytws ago he was employ
ed as steward In the now defunct
German Club, filling the position
with satisfaction to his employers.
His last situation was that of clerk
at the Beaver lunch saloon, wheie
ho only left his duties a few minutes
before killing himself.
Brueckler had been acting
strangely for a good while nnd often
hinted suicidal Inclinations, htiortiy
after nine o'clock this morning ho
asked his employer, Mr. II. J.
Noltc, permission to go to a doctor.
It appears he went directly to tlio
cottage above indicated, where he
kept n half-white woman named
Louisa who had been living with
him about seven years. As ho shni
ed rooms above the snloon with an
other eleik, Mr. Noltc did not know
that lie had other lodgings. When
ho i cached the cottage on Qticori
street Brueckler began filing a re
volver off nt his inistresy. She lied
from him nnd ho discharged two or
three shots without hitting her. The
woman hid uuder tho house and the
man opened flie on himself with
more effect. A policeman on the
corner of King and Punchbowl
streets, summoned by a Chinese
scivant, was the first to reach the
house. Up. found Brucckler lying
in the parlor, bleeding from bullet
holes in both breasts. The man was
laised and cauicd to a bedroom
across the hallway from the parlor.
Lieut. Nahoolewa nnd another
officer soon arrived from the Station,
and, finding Biucckler conscious, the
lieutenant supported him in a car
riage to the Queen's Hospital. The
wounded man talked freely on the
way, saying, in answer to a question,
that he shot himself because he was
tired of living. When he was laid
down in the hospital, Mr. Eckardt,
purveyor, saw at onee that he was
dying' and had a Deputy Marshal
sent for. Mr. Crcighton answered
the summons but bef:re arriving
Brueckler was dead, having died at
a quarter past ten o'clock. A jury
was subpoenaed and viewed the body
at the hospital, the inquest being
set for 1:15 o'clock this afternoon.
The first policeman at the scene
found the weapon with which the
deed was done a 38 calibie self
cocking levolver containing five re
cently discharged shells. One bullet
was found to have passed from the
parlor through the dining room in
rear, piercing two partitions and
tailing to the ground after striking
ItlC kiicnci xloor. Anotlior bullut
was found close to the bed where
the man was laid, having attached
to. it a piece of his shirt. A third
shot stiuck the aido of the parlor
door and glanced off Bomewlicre not
ascertained. The remaining two
shots are accounted for by the
wounds in the body of the suicide.
His vest saturated with blood and
punctured on cither side was taken
to the Station.
The ciimc is attributed to low
spirits partly if not wholly due to
jealousy. On different occasions
when Buicckler's mistress had left
him for a few days he indulged in
flighty conduct. He is not thought
to have acquired wealth of any ac
count. A gold watch and chain and
ten dollars gold coin weic found in
his pockets. He was very quiet in
his ways and his tiagio ending is a
sensational surprise to those who
had observed him casually nt his
employment. The dead man wa3 -If)
years of age.
S. S. CITY OF PEKING.
S. S. City of Peking, 5070 tons,
J. M. Cavarly, coinmnuder, arrived
from Yokohama about noon en route
to San Francisco. Sho brought 825
tons of freight, 2 bags of mail and
ill cabin nnd M0 sleernge , passen
gers. Sailed from Hongkong Sept.
19, 1.03 p.m. ; had pleasant weather
and smooth sea to Yokohama, arriv
ing Sept. 25, 3. .10 a. in. Sailed
from Yokohama Sept. 28,10.15 u.
m. ; had pleasant weather, smooth
sea, mid light to moderate E. to S.
K. winds the entire passage, arriv
ing at Honolulu Oot. 9, 1.51 p. m.
Time, 11 days, 2.1 hours and 12
Cabin passengers for Honolulu
are as follows: II. It. H. Countess
Biudi nnd maid, H. It. II. Count
Bnrdi nnd valet, BaioneBsi Hcrtling,
Count Zileri, Count Lucchesi, Baron
Ifcydebrand. G. Chiarini and bis
lloyal Italian Circus, including:
Mr. Chiarini, Jr., Mr. C. Ferrari,
Mr. T. Hcverc and family (G), Mr.
Cousins, Mr. F. G. Wilson, Mr.
Banvurd, Mr. L. Maya, Mr. and
.Airs. Godfrey, Mr. W. B. Harmston
and family (8), Mr. Benham, Mr.
Amphlett, Muster Cousins, and 35
assistants in steerage.
Kuixpean steerage Itcv. G, A.
John, and native steerage 110 Chi
nese and .1 Japanese, There arc 21
cabin nnd 53 steerage passengers for
San Francisco. The City of Peking
will sail for San Francisco toroor
row nt an hour not yet fixed.
II J. UJL
MKfcBRS. H. P. Baldwin, F. Gay, K,
Cation, Aubiey Robinson and E, M.
Walsh left on tho Mikuhala last
evening on businoes connected wilji
tho Knuni plantation schepjo,
daily BtrrjoisTisri sourouuLtr, n. r. oooeer a, im
wjwtjw twg wm m ti .
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AND OTHER STOCKS 1
tT OT.&0T of W
L GREEN etui Atrx.
litecntors of the Inst
will and testament of Simon tTnTdcasile,
iieccnco, i am uirccteii to sen at ruuitc
Auction at my Salesroom on Qnccn
street, In Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, Nov. 2ml,
AT IB O'CLOCK SOUS,
36 - SHARES - 36
Of the Capital Stock of the
Par Value $100 a Share.
20 -SHAKES -20
Of tbe Capital Stock of tho
Prr Value $50 Each
11 Hawaiian Government Bonds
Of '(!) fatli beating i petccut par
annum free of tine.
3 Hawaiian Government Bonds
Of $1,000 each bearing 0 peicont por
annum free of taxc.
JAS. F. 3IORGAN,
Headquarters, Honolulu Rifles.
Honolulu IUhles Battalion, )
Honolulu, H. 1 , Oot l, IWtll $
BATTALION ORDEH5 Xo. 0
EVEHY number of this Bat.
lallon i hereby ordered
to rcpoit at Ihelr nrmorv TO
MOBHOW (Thursday) LVEN
ING, at 7 o'clock, n Fnticue
Unifnim for Bnttnliou Drill.
H F. ITEBBARD,
E. W. LtKGLEY,
Captain & Adjutant 873 2t
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tbe nnnunl meeting of the stock
holders of tbi' lllio bug'ir Com.
puny held in Honolulu, this Juh day of
October, 1889, tho following ofttiers
wcro duly elected to serve duilngiho
W. G. Irwin Pre-ddent.
J. D. Spreclselfi Vice-Pn.bbic.nt.
W.M. Gilford As
( Trcps irer
II. M. Whitney, Jr Aumtor.
W. M. GIFFARD,
873 tw SuTeliiry it. S Co.
Prof. G. SAUVLET,
PIANO, VIOLIN & SINGING LESSONS
Residence: Cottage No. 1, Hawaiian
Ilotel, or at the residence of the pupil.
PIANO LESSONS !
. r IVKN by Felix Ollert at
1 VJT No 27 Alakea street, or
at tho residence of thu puplN, iccord.
Ing to agreement Charges moderate
TIIE annual meeting nf tho Honokaa
Supnr Company will be held on
WEDNESDAY, thn lflih Inst., at 10
o'clock a. m. at the office or F. A.
Schacfer & Co. Por order.
371 td Hecrelnry.
rpnE annual meeting of tho Pacific
1 flumr Mill wilt bo held or.
THURSDAY, tho 17th inst , nt 10
o'clock a. m., at ihe nfflco of P. A.
Bchurfer & Co. Por ordor
371 td secretary.
NOTICE of MEETING.
A SPECIAL meeting of tho Board of
TrusteeH of llto Queen's Hopltnl
will be held nt the rnnni of thn Chnniucr
of Commerce, mi SATURDAY, tho 13th
October, 1889, for tbe purpose of acting
upon a proportd amendment to tho By.
l.iwsofthc Quceu's Hospital Corpoia
tlon. Per order.
F. A. SCHAEFER,
Honolulu, Bent. 7, ISSt). 84(1 td
COTTAdi: at l'nlanm
cnntulnintr kitchen. Eta.
ble, carriage house and other
conveniences. For further particulars
apply to tho undesigned.
Awaroot Btoro, Muunukva siuet.
MR. W. W. WRIGHT, of tho firm of
Wright llroH., doing business of
bhtckstntthtng, carriage Imlhlirig, etc,
in Honolulu, bus this day, by mutual
content of tho members ot the firm of
right Bros , withdrawn from said firm
and will conduct thu Kbit; street branch
of thu htudncbs on hU own account The
firm of Wright Hros will contlnuo buel.
nets as horcinforo at tho tamo place,
Fort ftrtet above Lucas' .Mill, under the
name ot Wrigh' Bros. All arcouuU due
nnd contracted by tho bii Id Jlrm of
Wright Broj. between April 1, 1H80, and
Octoijor t, 188. will botttiled by J. T,
W. W. WRIGHT,
T. W. WRIOHT,
Dated nonhluln, Oct. 1, 18l. 078 t
A GREAT EYEMT !
Trained : ABimaiB
The Greatest Travelled S Best
knovn Show ia the Wotld.
Will ihortlv nriivo fiom Japan per
P. M. P. R.'"City of Peking," after a
10 Yeni"' Ti in .itound the VoibI,nnd
SIGNOR GUISEPPE CHIARINI,
Hole Proptietor &. Dneclor.
Seen (my & Treasurer.
A GALAXY OF
12 ARENIC AR
From tbe Lending Circuses and
Hippodioniea in Europo
Beanliful & Accomplished Ladies in
Unequalled Feats of Equestri
anism and Daring,
'ihnmrnnn Unnnhnnlr 0. Ihv
Intrepid Acrobats, Leapers,
Vaulters, and tho Fun
niest of Clowns.
Tried Horses & Ponies,
Aiabians, Andnlusians, Ameiican
English and Blood Horses fc
Ponicafroni all Climes
Jugglers & Acrobats
Performing Elephants !
Educated Donkeys !
Rilling Monkeys !
Performances Every Evening,
Door Open ut 7. I'eiforraonrn com
ntoucoH at H o'clock aliarp.
Mternoon Performauces Every
Wednesday & Saturday,
Doorw Open at H. Perfonnnare com
iiiuuccM at a u'aiock.
VltlCES f AD3IISSION:
Boxes (6Chahs) $9 00
Binglo Chairs in Box.. . 2 00
Dress Circle, Chairs . . 1 00
2d OhiBS, Carpeted Scuts 75
3d Class, Galloiy.. .. 50
pyChildron under 9 years of ago
HALF PRICE to nil parts except
CTicketsniay bo had and Boxos
fccured daily fiom 8 a. m. to 6 o'clock
l'. M at Lewis J. Lovcy'a Auction
Room, and at tho Ticket Office of tho
OX PliAN NOW OPEN !
GUAS, DERMER, : General Agent,
On the Esplanade
Is issuing a new form of itmunDCo which provides, In the event of death, for a return of nil premiums paid in ad
dition to the nmount of the poller, or, should the Insured survive a gien number of years, tho Company will
return all the premiums paid with inteic-,1; or, instead of accepting the policy and profits in cash tin- legal holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WlTIlOU'l FURTHER PAYMEN I OF PREMIUMS, take in
lieu thereof the nmount of policy nnd profits in FULLY PAID UP insurance, pniticipating annually iti dividends.
Remember, this contract is lmod lv the oldest Life Insurance Company In the United States, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution in tha World, its assets xcedlng One Hundred uud Twenty-Six Millions of Dollnre.
ESP For. full particulars call on
.r uM3 .i. iuuu mi i mj
g 30 JO-A.Y! -S3 3S1 SO AYJ 3ga
Entiro Stock at a Sacrifice ! Kot a Few Special Reductions, out a Clean Sweep
in Ivery Department I
Commencing TUESDAY', Sept. 17th, our enlira stock of Seasonable Goods will bn offered nt prices that must nttraot
immediate attention. We need more loom to properly display our European purchases now on ,tbe way, and havo
rcrolved, that our prCM-nt stock MUST GO. Cost has not been consideiedl Pi ices havo been mat kid on the Goods
TO SUIT YOU, not us! Wo uro bound to keep trada lielyl Visit our establishment, note the prices, and you
think so too.
700 pes Perthshire LawnB, 20 yds
for $1. -
Extra Fine Victoria Lawn, 12Jc per
Striped it Plain Nainsooks from 12c
200 pes of Col. Linen Lawns from $2
1C0 doz of Ladies Col. Bord. Hand
kerchiefs, 50c per doz.
Ladies Bulhiiggnn Vests, good qua
lity, 50e each.
Ladies Ribbed Vests, good quality,
Childrens Jersey Vests, oxtr.i good,
White Linen Napkins, 5c '(small
No uso to quote prices, vniioty too large, havo been Belling cheap, but piesent stock will go for a mora song. NEW
GOODS in this department will nlso suffer this week.
C3T SEK OUR WISDOW DISPLAY "S3 SST HE S3 'Oil St W1NKOW IMSPLAY a
12 yds WHITE COTTON, good qm.lity, 1 yd wide for $1. 15 yds UNBLEACHED,
good quality, 1 yd wide for $1.
fiOur stock of MILLINERY ih tho finest in this Kingdom. SPAR SAILOR HATS in White, Black, Green
and Biown. 3U MEN'S DOUBLE-BREASTED FROCK COATS, estta good quality, former price $20, $22.50 and
?25; wo will eell during this salo at $10 EACH.
Trie Leading Millinery loose of H J. Fishel,
3s1 CORNER OF FORT & HOTEL STREETS. lm
m-g--rrr na. III! -iiMmi-i-i-irCTn.imi-rro.jiri.ii-i ..iron ,- ,..-,, - m . -..-
MRS. MONROK, ladles' nur.-,e, hap
removed to No. II, Kukui lane
.-. I7UIUM1SHKD Rooms to let.
X southwest corner of
l'unr-hbowl and Rentnnln
Etreets, would bo veiy convenient for a
email family, 265 6m
TO LET &
JLJ Mr. Rtilmon.chncldar,
L ....,, .. .. Emma bluet,
ATE Reside ncu of
Mr. Frank Drown,
-RESIDENCE of Kal'i0,aUl l'Urk
X Mr. Jamos Lovo,
LA.nc- t, ., . King street.
ATE Reshlenco nf
Mr. M. Green,
Srrnr, r. 3I!) rt Street.
TORE, Etc, no- occupied by
Mr. Wolfe, Groonr,
. . , Klugstreot.
esr Apply to
A. J. OARTWIUG1IT,
808 U Merchant street
OIF jNETW YORK
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
e .' ji 'AWW
White Linen Napkins, with col. bor.
and fiinged, (extra good) 10c.
Ladies Jeanetto Parasols, 3111 the
tjiing for here.
Ladieh Col. Parasols with laces, 75c,
1-16 doz. Clnldiens White Straw Hats,
j9"Vo expect to sell this entire
lot of Hats within a few days, you
will hae to buy a few when you see
pes Englebcrt, part
Good-, dark shades.
?SWo limit the quantity to 20
yds to each ciibtonier at7$cperyaid.
New York Stiff & Opera Hats I
s'. if il .
. V. a. W tVr ' - -'tv.V.
56 rfyjiAV'.ri? C?Jaz&&
?&TmkJ Y0S1U K0TETV.J?
KEW FALL STYLES JCT3T RECEIVED I
ii.m. " ii i imjmmii iii niUJinM n.e.M
t9. 38. ROSE,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
LACES Intended to quolo prices
that would astonish you, but
want of hp.ico excludes it.
All our stock of TRIMMINGS nt half
gJgrWe mean to sell -120 Childrens
White & Colored Dresses, in linen and
pique, nicely tiimmed with colored
embroidery for 50 CENTS EACH.
We think they arc pretty, nnd at tho
prices wo quote you will want some.
Ladies Balbriggan Hose, silk decked,
25c per pair.
gjg?Our stock of Embroideries,
Ilambuig Edgings and Skirtings, in
cludes a full lino of Nainsook, Swiss
and Cambric choice designs.
Agent for Iko Hawaiian Island.
tte-4uJL2u&!l& o&dis .1 ..' Z.t&M
i4. ' vv.&terVli.
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