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lHh HAWAIIAN a.IAH. SATURlMV. HKKTKMBER a. 1894
TMl III IIMI 1.1 (11 UK nV MKH.
Tin OharaeSet at P, B, .Matters ki -fated
Undoes Plasa Hot Annma
Foster Hull was tilled Friday nipht at
Mrs. Thirds' lecture on "Madam llla
vatsky unci the Adepts." The lectiircss
was introduced at 8 o'clock dressed be
comingly in 11 fashlonablt black eottuma
and aha ata an interesting tulk for an
liour and :i bald
Probably the most bitterly persecuted
woman of the 19th oentnry wai Madamt
H. P, Blavatsky. Whan one comes to
make the world bettaf he is sure of
persecution. In Madame lilnvntsky
there is something that will interest
you; something hcvoiid the ordinary.
W hold her 111 esteem us the greatest
teaeheT Of the 19th century. She was
to Introduce more BplNtUAliltlC life Into
this world, sin- embodied this Ideal.
,,, . e it i t ;,. i
She was horn of a noble l.us,.iu. tamil;
of wealth and position. If she had
chosen, she could have adopted ft life i
of pleasure. She foraoOK
csts lor a strong motive.
Man eajr Madame Hlavatsky was am I
bttlonil to us who know her, lis she was, 1
this is strange; she resigned wealth, she
incepted poverty. Resigning the ap
plause of the world, she became t
inariyr .0 ner opooon. mww MMtw .c
judged by her teachings. Kverything
that elevates mind and thought, is in
her books. She taught, though con
tinually abused, purity and sincerity
Madame, Hlavatsky claimed nothing
greater. We her rleniples claimed it
for her. She claimed to be merely a
pupil of adepti in the Kast and, all that
they had to give, she was the mouth
piece of. Just in proportion us men are
willing and ready to understand phi
losophy is given out from the East.
In the occult lodges knowledge lias
never been lost. She never asserted
that the Brotherhood of the Kast would
give out all they knew. "I have here
. 1- V. J..;.. u,. ....... l. 1
made a nosegay of llowers, and only ihej
string that ties them is my own,' she
tin i'l in relation to her connection with
the fountain o; Primeval Wisdom. The
Scriptures, when properly explained,
and the various religions all Sprang
from the same source. On the greut
ideal of universality of truth is philos
ophy baaed, When apprehended, the
world is shown as one the one reality
in the universe from which all ideality
has come. We do not buve to tench one
thing seientilically and another re
ligiously. Madame Itlavalaky wus believed to be
an lm poster merely by the world. This
is nothing new. The neighbors of
Daguerre the founder of photography
was believed insane by his neighbors
and family physician. He only es
caped ignominious imprisonment by
successfully fixing a likeness on glass.
The House of Commons refused at
first to listen to the man w ho proposed
to light London with gas. So, when a
TheoMimhist exhibits bis ideas, he is
culled a fraud. Hut he is content to go J
on, seeing how men every day are re
linquishing old scientific theories and
that the Theosophical view will be ac
cented. We only desire inn raise ideas snau
he disproved, sou win pel naps say
that Madame Hlavatsky has been proven
to be a fraud. Home years ago
after Madame Hlavatsky and Colonel
Oloott went to India, they took servuuts
unknowingly of very bail character.
These servants arranged a series of
panels and sliding doois, in the absence
of Madame Hlavatsky and Colonel
OlOOtt. and then made statements to
the missionaries of India that Madame
Hlavatsky (H. P. H ) was a fraud.
The Psj cldal Research Society Bent a
member to investigate the matter. Mr.
Hodgson, the member, urrived fresh
from Cambridge College. He found the
wdiole Anglo-Indian community against
Madame Hlavatsky. They haled her us
being suspected a Russian spy and
for taking the part of the Hindoos
against the oppression of the Kuglish.
Mr. Hodgson fell in with the prejudice
of his people. He disregarded the
proofs in favor of Madame Hlavutsky.
She was treuied with scundalous in
justice. Annie H. s int was refused admittance
ill the Theosophical Society of Madras
until she had fully studied the unlavor
able report of the Psyschiul Reseurch
Society on Madame Hlavatsky. After
studying the erroneous report fully Mrs.
liesa'iit begged lor the honor of admit
tance to the Theosophical Sooiety, and
that 11. P. H. should be her teacher,
Mom ure I). Conway is another sland
erer of 11. 1'. B. Madame Hlavatsky has
always been credited with being a clever
woman, and the purport or the state-1
meut of Mr. Conway that II. P. H. con- j
fessed herself to he u fraud, will not be 1
lielieved by any one. The testimony of
l,..o, .I- u. limn mil I...
testimony of the faithless Bervunts was
paraded before the people.
Another man who is the enemy of our
society is a former member, Professor
Cowes, who wus expelled by the unan
imous vote of the Theosophical Coun
cil. His idea wus to become the
leader of the Americun section
of the Theosophical Society. He wrote lo
Mailanie Hlavulsky letters to the afftO.
thai he had done moie work for H. 1'.
H. and the society than any other man
Colonel Oloott excepted in America.
Professor Cowes also claimed the Gnoe
tics, a sect which be bad started in
America for TheosophV, was dissatisfied
with the way affairs had gone on with
the teachings of H. P. B. in America
ami claimed they would rebel from the
Theosophical Society unless Cowes was
Madame Hlavatsky replied that she
read between the lines in Profe-sor
('owes' letters She did not know uhut
the Gnostic branch of the Tbeosophicul
Society had accompanied in America.
She thanked htm lor his kind words.
She did not claim influence over the
American section. She knew that
Professor CoweS was not the one desired
to he at the head of the section Ifl
tm erics by the members there, she
would support him as a member if he
worked hard for the good of the Theos
Cowes then commenced the most
slanderous attacks in the press against
H. P. H. and the T. S. At laBt the
New York .Sim published a long article
utlticking II. P. H., Colonel Olcotl and
all the prominent members of the T. S.,
which was republished in Chicago and
elsewhere. The New York &un and
Protessor Cowes were sued for libel by
the long suffering Theosopliists. The
Sun published a retraction In September,
1HU2 and u more complete retraction
was never made. Our society after
answering these attacks and giving to
the woi Id the greatest possible explana
tions beiieVS that slanders should
At the time of Madame Hlavatsky's
death a number of memorial arncles
were published. One wrote that all
n ho knew H. P. B. loved her and felt
the rhnrm of her presence. To
everyone she wan different
She knew everyone's weak point.
Wo many turned from her because of
! ttiis. It was the greatest blessing to be
near her. Phenomena occurea daily
with Madame lllavatsky and seemed to
a part of her every day life Including
the ringing of astral hells. Annie
Besant w-as skeptical and critical, hut
i she was introduced to Madame Rlavat
' sky through a letter from W. T. Stead.
I then editor of the fall Mall GkUttti and
I found her faseinafing, not a real
woman, but one possessing great extra
II. 1'. It. mnile no attempt to hood
Ano' her who wit' !
wink or mesmeriz.
nessed the cremation of H. P. B. spoke
of the impressive ceremonies. Thfo
the most remarkable woman of
this century or any century has passed
away. Any one who came into contact
with her could see why she was so
dearly loved. She was ingenuous,
simple, and knew no evil. She
has pa sed from amongst us to
the my's ery to which we are passing
which will be all the richer for our loss.
She lives to us only as a milestone on
the road of progress. To us Madame
I'.luvutskv is dead. Hindoos benr wit
ness of her lit powers. The
'lit powers. The muter-
! ialistic civilization of the West does not
I Impress the spiritualistic people of the j
i ne ini. - pnireu it. i. i . hiihmik
the Adtpti Th.v honored her. How
yon say there ure no Adepts'.' We
assume you lire all Christians. Were I
there not seers and prophets in the
I past? If u prophet ever existed be is
la nossibilitv now. What ever was. inav
he repeated. Prophecy is as; natural aa I
the foretelling of an eclipse.
mmZi k Mt h nitMTina
IshoeJd a Disloyal Bnajeet Aet aa a Conn.
seller at l..n.
Out of ninety three licensed lawvers
the Hawaiian Islands, twenty-three i
have not, so far as known, taken the
oath of allegiance to the Government.
Their names are:
0. W. Ashford, Robert, Maktthalupa(of
Koolau), J. K. Kuhookuno A. V. Pae
liaolc. J. H. Kaulia, Enoch Johnson,
John Kalama. J. K. Minima, Samuel
K. Kuen, CharleaOhrtghten, s. K. Kane,
J. M. Kaneokua, Antone Rosa, A. P.
Peterson, J. M. Poepoe, J. I.. Kaulukou,
W. L. Holokahikl, M. Kealohu (Wi.i
luku), J. K. Kaunaman i, II. A. Wide
mann, J. Kuluhi (Koolauloa), and S. V.
The above named are permitted to prac
tice law in the courts of the Republic,
and at the same time ure practically, or
or at least to all appearances, not loyal
to the Government permitting them this
till lu ll SKSVIOBH,
CENTRAL UNION CHUHCU.
Sunday, Sept. 2!trd. Bar. Robert (I.
Hutoblns, U. D., will preach at 11 a. m.
and ::!0 p. m. Morning topic, "Is
prayer a force in the universe of God?"
Evening topic, "Recreant children of
Sunday Bohool at 9:4." A. M.
Strangers cordially invited to all ser
vices. ST. ANDREWS' CATIIEDKAI..
The services of the Cathedral Congre
gation of St. Andrews' Cathedral for
to-morrow are as follows: 0:30 A. M.,
Holy Communion: 11 a. m., Holy Com
munion and sermon: 7:80 I'. M., even-
song and sermon
The services of the Seconcr Congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral to-
(Sundayi will be as follows:
11:45 a. in., morning prayer with
sermon; Venite, Stainer in K: Te Ileum,
Ruck in B; BenedlctUS, Turner in A:
hymns 178 and 840) anthem, "God is a
Spirit," by Bennett. tl80 p. m.. even
song with sermon: Magnificat, Wulmcs
ley: in G; Nunc Dimittis, Crutch, in A;
anthem, "Blessed are the Merciful," by
Hiles; hymns, 18!t and '.'2. Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh, pastor. All ure cordially
V. M. c. A. SERVICES.
Sunday, 11 A. H., at Oahu Jail: 1:15
P. M., al the Barracks: 8(M P. M., Bible
study at Y. M. C. A.; 0:30 P. M., Gospel
praise service at Y'. M. C. A.
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-Day Saints; Mlllltnl Hull, reurof
Opera House. Services will be held on
Sunday as follows: 10 A. M., Bible
class; 11:16 A. M. and 7:30 P. M., preach
ing. CHRISTIAN MISSION.
Meetings ut Harmony Hall, on King
street, between Fort and Alakea streets.
T. D. Garvin, Evangelist, will preach
at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m.
Morning theme, "God calling the as
semblies." Evening theme, "The mis
sions of John the baptizer and Christ
Bible class at 10 a. m.
Seats free. All will be cordially
The ordinance of Christian baptism
will be administered at 3:30 p. m.
Teilllierai.ee Coneerr To-nliflit.
The Temperance Concert referred to a
few days ago will be held at the Y'. M.
C. A. hall beginning at 7:30 o'clock this
evening. Everything portends an en
joyable affair. Everybody is invited
and admission is free.
The following programme will he de
1. Piano Solo.
Hum! Hell Ringers.
5. Address by Dr. Hutchins.
6. Violin Solo.
y. Mandolin and Guitar
The following it the program of the
Hawaiian baml at Emma bquare thi&
afternoon at 4:0 o'clock:
1. Overture "Joan of Arc" Vanli
2. Waltz "My Friend" OaBtmier
:i Selection "Lohengrin" Wagner
4. Kantattia "Mimical LytioeH
(njw) . . BiUnbi rg
5. " Ten MinuteH the Mnibtreb"
0. Schollutche "Pretty Women" .
9 '. Berger
THAT JOVKU. i i i i im.
With the exhilarating aennp (f renewed
health ami tttrength ami internal cleauli-
neoti, which followu the uhu of Syrup of
figs, is unknown to the few who have
not progretmed beyoml the old time medi
cineu and the cheap tmhtftitutcH bome
Mnyi oifered but never accepted by the
M A 111' IN TILLS WHY T11K I'll A M
PtOII MATMI H OFF.
The HhitrpvJioutert WVrr Hnrred lli e
Mnttft rropnalt iMl for Muti-liM
An Rcntl.v tn Shoot.
The Riiliject of tlit hoOttOK match bo
tWMD Company K, N. O. II. und tlin
S'"T'hooterH having apparently been
consigned to a muni corner, Mr. J. S.
Martin of the Sharpshooters wan seen
this morning regarding the matter.
The Star man asked: "What has bc
COiDf of the pQrpO06d ihOOtlnC mat' h
between the Sharphhooters and Com
pany E? I iimlei -Und that the Sharp
ftboottfl are afraiil to meet Company
K's team, the team t lint broke tl e
record in the shoot for the Winchester
Company's rill 1 ':"
Mr. Martin replied: "Now that ItJUftt
where an error lies in the minds of
some people. The sharpshooters were
betted from booiing for that rifle. We
are very anxious to meet Company K's
team, but so far have not succeeded in
arranging a match. Undoubtedly they
made a Splendid record and possibly
cannot be beaten. However, corres
pondence has passed between Captain
Uood of Company K and Captain Kid
well of the sharpshooters in relation to
a match with ten men, but all to no
"We have now made a proposition to
shoot two or three matches with Com-
Pan-V K' '" nien to a team, one match
on their own range, one on ours and. if
necessary to decide the, merits of the
teams, one on any other range. Hut
Captain Good says he will not shoot
over our range under any consideration.
There you are.
"We are willing to do anything reas
onable to arrange a match with Com
pany E. but so far have made little pro
gress. We regret, too, that there has
been so much personality shown.
"Respecting the shoot for Hie Win
chester rille we consider that, as our
conipiny is the only one using Win
chester single shot l ilies, it wus unfair
that we should have been barred from
TIIK SHOOTING UIUIITS CASK.
OnunlnBliaMI Sues Davis mill Others for
w. M. Cunningham has sued Henry
Davis, W. M. Gilford, E. I. Spalding.
E. Moluerny, 0. L. Brown and Samuel
(i. Wilder for damages in the sum of
80,000 upon the allegation that afore
mentioned defendants maliciously wrote
and published a certain false and libel
lous letter, the tenor of which is as fol
lows: Honolulu, August 7th. ihsm.
His Ex. .las. A. King,
Minister of Interior;
Sir: Learning that you have refused
to renew the shooting license of sV. M.
Cunningham on aooount of an adver- J
tlsemant referring to President Dole in I
a scurrilous manner, we the undersign
ed, do hereby express our approval of
your course, and desire that you will
not recede from your position, as not
only is the said advertisement a gross
and unnecessary insult to Mr. Hole,
but we can positively assert that
the possession of a gaming license has
been the means by which said Cunning
ham has repeatedly violated the game
laws of the Republic, and trespassed
upon private rights.
We denounce without reserve all iier
sons who persistently violate our game
laws, as only the strjeteat observance of
the same will prevent the ultimate ex
tinction of game on these Islands; and
we further condemn, in unqualified
terms, all tresspassers upon private
rights of ot hers which have been regu
larly aoquired by purchase.
We have the lionor to be,
Your Excellency's oliedient servants.
K. A. MlIsKKNV,
Bam'L G. Wilder,
Chab, L. Bkown,
K. I. SPALOUfoj
11. M. Wiiitnkv, Jr,
W. W. GlKFOIlll,
ovixings iihim coibt.
Ilisliop of 1hiiiiio1Im mill Others Must
Mahi alias Keaweamudi has entered
suit against Rev. Gulstan, Bishop of
Punopolis and head of the Roman
Catholic Church in Hawaii, The Catho
lie Mission (a society), F. A. Seliuefer as
attorney in fact for E. Kursteneau,
Harry Arinilage, L mis Whiting and
Mrs K. S. Pratt, on a charge of eject
ment. The premises in question are
situated on Punchbowl street near
Printe rs lane, and are occupied by
Harry Armitage, The property is said
to be worth flOliil.
In the equity suit of C. W. Booth, et
Hi, vs. Kauialokai, el al, stipulation and
decree by Judge Cooper has been tiled
in favor of defendant.
Annie Ahlrich Barton, a sister of W.
It. Ahlrich residing in San Francisco,
has tiled a petition asking for the ap
pointment of a guardian for her brother
William H. Ahlrich, an ulleged spend
thrift, J. O. Carter is named as a pro
I ii i guardian by the Oetitioner. .
i I., i i i i . 1 1 1 Nominittfil fur th HviiHle
Dt-Iiurtiirv uf lit . IsiiMck,
Hon. Fs L. Lyman was unanimouHly
utnuinated for Senator on Saturday,
loth instant. All the proceedings were
perfectly harmonious On Saturday,
22d, it is expected a Representative will
Hev. (). H. (iulick and hiu wife have
been doing good service amongst 11a-
waiians and Japanese Binee their com
ing here several weeks ago. We are
glad to have such earnest workers here
and we wish there were thousands more
such people. We shall miss them.
They leave to-day for other places to
labor in their loved work.
H. r M. steamer Hyacinth arrived al
Hilo Sept. 20th from Honolulu.
Brig Lurfine is expected n with a
j large cargo of general merchandise and
nine lauy ami one gentleman passen
gers. In the matter of the new treaty the
United State is waiting for China to
take action. V. action will U- Uken
j by the United Steles looking to the en
I forcement of the treaty, until President
Cleveland issues his proclamation after
official notice is received of China's
WMKLV tak, 84.00 per year.
AN or I.N 1.1 TTK.lt,
To the BflHaff al tin- r. r. Advertiser"
iiy Mr, rSmmdatlii
gift t Between the time of reading
this and editing of your Monday morn
ing's issue take a stroll down l ort street
and view the structure now being ereet
ted adjoining the I'nion Ice CoflBpWnv
b'.iilding on the mnkai side: then go
home and read up the law regarding
the granting of permits for the erect inn
of buildings in the lire limits, and read
the proolaniBI-ton of January 17th. lgl:l
Reflect on the personal sacrifices that
have been made by the men who have
had to engineer the new order of things
into existence and the hopes for stabil
ity and progress which animated them
to make such sacrifice. Reflect also
on the fact that one-half of this nonde
script was moved to its present locution
(possibly from the reur of the Chine-e
Thsetrp) that it is on the main thorough
fare into the city from the whnrf and
will prove a disirrace to the city and an
eye-sore to every traveler who may
view it. Do these things, my friend,
and then come out in Monday morn
ing's issue for eipiality. progress and a
new Siiperintendaiit of Public Works.
Htjwa in a Ntmnui
The Bwa Plantation finished grimiiig
Pictures of the wrecked bark G. N.
Wilcox are being sold around town.
The Salvntion Army was out with a
cornet and tambourine Kriduy night.
Tim Murray will build the wagonette
for the insane asylum. The cost is
'Die crew of the wrecked bulk G N.
Wilcox left for Kurope by the MonoWal
Miss EUoharda was tendered a social
at the residence of Dr. Judd Friday
The Samoan wur is at an end. A Itfge
I number of the late rebels have been
The Government bund will give the
usual concert at Emina sipiare at 4 '.80
The central committee of the A. U. P,
will meet this evening to formulate a
plan of campaign work.
At 7:30 o'clock this evening the Ha
waiiati Conait s Society will meet at the
residence of W. O. Smith.
Kred Blackburn, a well known char
acter about town, has joined hand ami
voice with the Salvation Army.
Life insurance agents are doing a
good business in Honolulu. Evidently
they realize that peace is now the order
of the day in Hawaii nei.
'.'he Hollister Drug Company have re-
ceived by the W. H. Dimond to-day a
fresh lot of Napa Soda direct from the I
. ,. . , . , !
The matter of the pumping plant has ;
been postponed to next week. The Cab-
Inet intended considering the subject
at 11 o'clock this in.. ruing, but could '
It is expected that all the
will attend the A. U. P. central com
mittee meeting this evening, A sched
ule will be adopted for the primary
elections and for the Island convention.
The Isait's stores &c, saved from the
wrecked bark, O. N. Wilcox, will be
sold at public auction at. the Pacific
Mail whari on Monday ut It) o'clock a.
in by Mr. Jamei K. Morgan, see adver
W. P. Boyd and wile returned
Mahukona by the Kinau.
Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Castle has re.
turned from Hilo.
'Vid.i Thrum ami W. J. Korbes re
turned from Hawaii this morning.
F. 8. Dodge of the Survey Depurt
ment returned from Hawaii to-duy.
tieorge Munson did not full into the
Volcano. He returned by the Kinau
Mr. A. F. Cooke has gone to San
Krancisuo. He will return In a few
Jui'g-i Cooper, Judge Hartwell and
Judge Davidson all left for America by
the Mono wai.
The MonOWal left ut 18:80 this after-
I.O in for San Francisco. The Govern
ment band played her otf.
The I OvenUe ofBoeri made a raid on
the MlMo of&ee, London, for publish
ing imitation postage stumps,
Misses Eva parkt r, Anita Neumann,
Annie Ward, Helen I'arker, Lucy !
Ward und Kinkier returned from Maim, '
Dr. Denuison and wife of San Kran
cIbco were passengers by the I'imoud
to-day. The Doctor is a man of fifty
live years of uge, while his wife has '
I just reached twenty-live.
' i i i 1 1 i i i . OF IKALfl.
How Hunt Foul tltf Pulrol i i
POKT TOWNSEND (W.lhli.), Sfptcillhcl I
5. The t'odli.-hing M-hooiier BurMUt, '
from H-nring sea, inivi d last nigbt
and reports a new uietlnul alopted
the pi 1 igic sealers to hood w ink the
patrolling fleet. Near lh$ seal kllftQf -where
the Kuranus was fishing several
sealing scho intra formed a large cm 1
around a herd of seals. A cordon of
picket boats was kept on patrol duty
mlsidc the fleet to give warning ot the
approach of revenue cutters. Iniide
the circle several bouts' crews were
busily engaged slaughtering hundroU
f seals with tirearms.
If a cutter approached the fffWbl)
slain seals and firearms were plftCBd n
;t l.i'ii, whit h would pull off into tin
fog and wait unlil tie- inspection wm
over. When a few dozen skins had
been thus obtained, the vesuels would
cache their 1 1 nider on an Unfrsqusnled
iHland and return to their work.
'hi miidkcm McuM tall ut OHM
Holilirttr V' ( 0MpQMffi mt'i tutptet tin It
turk of U. It. I). pk)t, ciynr and
tlgartht feflMm lately arricett.
MAHIWK NOT KB,
The Kinsu arrived this mornlna from
Hawaii and Maui.
The Mokoltl arrived Kriday night j
from Molotal ami Ukati,
Tin W, II. Diuioud, Milan com
mand, - arrived this morning, I61sj dais
from San Francisco. She brought two
passengers and a cargo of general mer
chandise. New YORK. Sent. '.'.The steamer i
Hiigin iw brings news from t'uerto Plato i
that mi, Atiijust ir,th the Hamburg' I
American Steamer Uolonta, in attempt- ;
ing to change her berth, struck a '
mnkeii steamer in the harbor and arill I
ptobably prove a total loss.
Tie Mum, wai left Sydney on the .'Id
inst.. culled at Auckland on the Hth,
Apia "ii the 15th and arrived at Bono
lulu on '1m' 22nd at 0 a. m. Strong bend
wind- and heavy sea were met with
after leaving Sydney ami continue 1 un-
iring Apia; from thence
I and line weather to arrival.
On September Id Bhlpkeeper Upp, on
boarl Mic Marion, while making his
rounds, discovered that the stern moor
ing rli tins had bee, mie adrift ami that
the M irlon was swinging into the
stream with the tide. An alarm was
BOUli'lf'l and a detail of marines, assisted
by lli' yard tug, soon had the Marion
wli' ii she belonged. So many mishaps
havt ourred to the Marion since her
repairs have been under way that she is
n iw called the "hoodooed ship" by both
officers and men.
line of the queer Occupation! of man
kind is that of dragging for lost anchors.
It is carried on in bays and rivers, and
even in the o-en -ea along the coast.
Several sloops nd schooners arc en
gaged almost exclusively in this pur
suit. The hunters are as familiar
w ith the ground where anchors are lo
I c found as fishermen arc with the
favottta haunts of the living inhabit
ants of the sea. It is snid thut the
-tretch of the sea off the Delaware break
water is most fruitful in dropped anchors.
This fa Owing to the fact that so many
vessels are compelled by the state of the
weather or of the tide to ride off the
breakwater, being often caught in gnles
while Stationed there. The manner of
li-lung for lost anchors is most simple.
A chain is let down in a loop long
enough to drag along the bottom and
(he vessel goes on her way with all
h inds on board alert for a bite, and a
bite usually ends in a catch. The re
covered anchors are usually sold again
at a price of about 1 cents a pound,
which is a cent under the market price
for new anchors, A big anchor will
weigh 0000 pounds, so that the fisher
man make $340 out of it. .Yee Fori!
Emm the Colonies per R M s Mono
! whI. Sent 88 Mr Hart.
Frol1 Han Fnu)otooo W Dimond
Sept Si -Dr Dennis and wife,
from Mattl and Hawaii, per stmr
Klnatt, Bept 83 Volcano: Mrs W R
,,,,,,, m,s,,. Madam Moore. 11
Winston and wife, D II Hitchcock. Jr.
C H Hitchcock, DF Thrum, W J For
J ,M ;"s. "e" Manaonr, WD
Why iiorts: W R Castle, J K Wilder,
jKbDoilge, Mrs W W Ooodale, Rev 1 1
,, rintlA ,.ir a i, s
Kato. W Weight. Mrs S Macv and Sou,
Mrs H Parker, Miss Eva Parker, Miss
Helen I'arker, Miss Lucy Ward. Mi.-s
Annie Ward. Miss Kinkier, MmOBrU
guiere, Miss A Neumann, W P Boyd and
wile. Miss Mist, Dr J Moii, Miss .1 Hall.
II s Tresloan, c A Widemann, Master
Campbell, Father Sylvester, Wlli'amp
' bell. Chung Tong, " 0 Kaiser, 0 Blake,
j wile and child, Li Chlng Wa, A A
Wilder, and 171 on deck.
Kit San l'lanei-co per R M S S Mono.
wai. Scot JJ Judge Hartwell. Miss E
L Clarke, Judge Davidson, It M Lithrop,
A K ' ookc Mi-s Lvdg.ite and maul, C J
Wall. Judge C oopcr, John Brnne. H
Habelraann and crew of thetJN Wii-
S.VTfltDAY. Sept 22.
Sum- Iwalani, Kreemun, from
Maui ami Hawaii,
btmr Kinau, Clarke, from Maui and
Stuir Mokoltl, McGregor, from Molo
km ami Lanai
Bktn W H Dimond, Nilson, from
San III liclsco.
R M S S Monowai, Carey, from the
Colonies, via Samoa.
t:i Ait i t in .
Satthday, fl.-pt 22.
UonoNrftii Carey, for 4San
K MS ?
I H POUTS AM) OOJtaUOllBMs
El Iwalani Kit) bODfM( 6 piKM
Kx Kinau 'J7t( haH Huar, 18 balt'H
wful, 1 05 ImH honeH, 14 piC8. 2 liortifH,
B8 bdli hidei, bagl corn. baH
guds. 800 pkgH lUndraeis
Mx UoDOWtH 10) bagt fertilize', tt M
kvw ng inurhineH, I 01 uo:ip, 1 rut pl.intH.
1 cs cotton, 5 catcancrt mutton, 21t hxn
Umefli 2 manoeH, 70 nkH aitlHe.
VKnsKI.S IN I'OKT.
H H M S Hyueintlie, May, tatfjllimalt
Bark H P Ritttet, Uoirtton, Ban Piwtolioo,
Mk C, I). IJiyjuit, San PrMSCUHSO.
Mr bk OtmarUs Brown, Nawoaitia.
Am lik Martha Davis, Soulf. Coumx, ii. (
Bktn Arm-ilu, Wai il, Kiiii-ku,
Seh Traacit, Joienaou, Ban rcan laoo,
Hk ItatUiia. Hvenaou, fori Blaialy,
Am bgtQ W G rwin, Williaum, San Fran.
, Mk Metros.., K. ll., Newonntk.
Mk H C Allen, Thompson, San Ki"anri-o,
Mktne V. II. Dimond. Neilioni San Fran
K IKIOM VlKLS KXI'llTIII.
s.'h Alolm, Sun hrsacisoo,
Ilk Paul Issttbsrg, Brsmsn,
Ilk Routenlnck. lUverpuol,
S.,ii II t aUuts, Liverpool,
C has. Scharf dt Co.
Iiave reiiuiVL'tl ttii-ir Niatiouury and Newt.
BualtMss to ti' Arllagton Kloi k, Hotel
street, where they will he U-tti r ahle tu
diNplay tbeif D6W goods to arrive per
4 VI Iw
II. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
IMPORTERS AN 1 1 ( 'OM MISSION
Fort Strri t. Honolulu.
. oni. ei. KleeSeSl,
There was a large nttendnnre at the
meeting of Lbs International Sehntzeti
Club Kriduy evening. The most im-
portant business transacted was a com
plete change in the officers of the club. !
The resignation of Captain Klenime
from tttO pratldtnoy was accepted and.
Harry Kleniine elected in his place.
William l etter was the chosen vice
president, Simpson Decker, secrctaty.
and Bernhardt l imiemann, treasurer.
OaaM win Challenge for The iup.
fcistnni, Bsplsnihii fl. Oilnga Ouulil
said to-day it was practically certain
tbat he would soon challenge for the
America's cuo He annr Dvad the idea
thal tl nntest should tuke lace off
Newport to avoid the excursion steam
ers which gather on the course off New
York when international races are sail
ed in that vicinity.
IIY .ias. F, MotIO AN,
REAL ESTATE AND STOCK
On Monday, October 1st,
AT 12 NOON,
At my salesroom. I w ill sell ut Public
Auction by order of S. M. Damon,
Bam, Attorney for Residuary
Devisees under the will of
P. Dai ton, deceased.
The House and Lot,
A T KALIHl.
formerly occupied by the late P. Daltor,
There is a
Cottage, Chicken House, &c
on lot. Area . Also
25 Shares of Tramway Stock.
JAMES F MORGAN
SHIP'S BOATS, STORES
ET !., FROM THE LATE
ftrriiiaii Biirk Bed V Wilcox.
MONDAY, SEPT., 24
At 10 o'clock a. in.,
I will sell at Public Auction, at the Paci
Do Mail Dick, for account of whom it
may concern, the following articles
saved from the late (lerinan Park Geo.
w' 1 Case Watches,
12 1! 1 Case Assorted Jewelry.
1 Tell-Tale Compass.
2 Binnicle Lamps,
HI Holts Canvas,
88 Tins German Meats Preserves.
it Wespalia I lams,
Large Assortment of Ship's Stores,
Ijot Knives, Korks and Spoons,
I ."i Bailing. Code and Log Hooks,
1 Small flout and Contents, Ships
float, Oars, Mast, sails, etc.. Ship's float.
Oars, Must, Rowlocks, etc.
C9f"A full list of articles to be seen
at my Auction Room. Queen Street,
Terms Cash in U. S. Hold Coin.
JAMES K. MORUAN,
59 It Auctioneer.
omci next: io iNktti oiiii .
II OMOlllI II
Office, upstairs, Damon Hlock
Btttiable for lawyer. io per nwtrthi
l'nt BmM reuir.
Itwiuurul veiw. $30
Dwelling house, Punchbowl hill.
Almost new. I. rive nm rtxuiif. In the
M".t of iiiitilititai. I'liHuritiaMK'si view.
Stable and rtv. Xjm.t month.
Dwelling liouse, off Union street.
Most desirable because of iiennxttfc to
lit'art fity. 10 Btf month.
Dwelling house, Liliha street.
SUible and 4c. I . im ion leimxI on account
Of tho brOMN from N uiutnu valley. 80
Dwelling, house, Likelike street
H minutes walk from imwI oftii'e. A com
fortaltle cottage for n hiiihII family. 118
Two stores, Nuuauu street and
KtlKUl lane, 'J mrim eali. '.'.ri ler
Several small cottages in the rear
of tin- alMivr mentioned ion. to in
I Voctnt lot, off Fort street, a short
dittanet abort Mereiauui. ultenli tor
raotiog t wo small cotuiK,- A lona lyi
v ill I..- i'ii ul 1 hi-. I ! ' m I't'iistinuhlt! t-i iii
, Ut'j tr.
Ulg only such, take your time
H. F. WlCHMAN,
We do gooil work only. Cheap
work must necessarily be poor
work; It you value your timepiece
at all, take it where it will he treat
ed well, repaired well, anil give the
Complicated work our specialty
w. itches dcBMgnitiMdi 8ty winders
changed to stem winders; charges
as moderate as good work will per
inn. II. P, WlCHMAN,
4S-tf 517 Fort Street
HAWAIIAN S T A J.
J A MAMTIN.
Stah Ag-nt. Hil".
Star Agent. VVniluku.
QBOftOK: IK INS.
II IKIWAKII IIITClK Ot K
JOil Merchant St
PACIFIC HAIlllWAKK CO.
ATTOKNtV S AT LAW.
214 Merohnut St.
18 Kanhuiunniltl St.
t;. Kaahmnanutt st.
W. C. I'AHKE
WILLIAM Ki 1ST EH
W. W. WRIGHT,
Kort St., opslte Club Stal'les.
i ) K 1 SS M A K I- K S
MISS II II
FURNITURE AND URHOLbTk.Rt.RS.
OKDWAY & 1'tlHTEll
74 King St
J. HOIT & CO.
Kort St., opisisite I'unthisai Stables.
INSURANCE. FIRE AND MARINE.
BIHHOl' & I'll.
Lonilon and (ilobe
CASTLE & COOKE.
New England Mutual
J. E. OOMES
400 Kort St.
CHAS. LIN I)
Excelsior. NiiuHiiu SI.
S. J. Shaw
E H P. W
Jim Dodd, Prop,
A. R. ROW AT, I). V. s.
Infirmary 906 King st,
Port St., corner Merchant.
W. 8. LUCE,
KM Merchant St.
I'er schooner TriuiHit 88 liead of
fine young millM, M of largt
French Norman ami American brotul
mares, alvo two Hpan of carriage hora.s.
ami one very line black jack, nil to 1
hoIiI at very reasonable orii eB. Partien
deHiring to purchase will do well to have
a look at this stock.
P. H. BUHNKTTE,
417 tf Honolulu.
Look Out ! ! !
if it iloes
Call on the California Faad
Company and saleot your
ii w und OatAIN. .
A fri'iih mipply lias juet Brrivi'd
ex Irarkentiiic S. U. WILDEB.
(Cor. Queen and Nuuanu hU.)
or ring up telephonew No 121.
ll.HACKFELD & CO.
1.. HI. null ti. v Co.
1 ul c 11 1 11 1 A ill i. 11
nil I. H. Co.
HONOLULU. H. I.
All the Tear Round
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
505 FOKT STREET
Both T.l.plion... 130. Mft-lf
The Late Itt'sideuce of
A. J. CART WRIGHT,
Tlif preiniit'tj uiuy Ik? iiiHnctt''l y
tint si v i 1 llp in llic iiiiittr tin ttn ltiiim. il-
mnl full pariiOttlftrtj Uiuy U ubtaiiutl
Hie olliot ul
"s --- AilverllHemeillB.
.. U. Central committee.
A meeting of the Oahn American
I'nion Central Committee is culled for
Saturday evening, .September H, at TtM,
at the headquarters, American league
hall. A full attendance is desired, plans
for the approaching campaign will be
J. A. KENNEDY.
Thkii. P. Skvfrin. Chairman.
House iind Lot
Tile house is new and the lot - a very
desirable one. 150 by M feet. Haifa
block from tram car.
Boose contains I bad moms, parlor.
dining room, sewing room, kitchen anil
servant's house. Artesian water, fru t
trees of different kinds are on the place.
Terms reasonable Apply to
488 Imo iv o. BOX 888
HAWAIIAN - OPERA - HOUSE.
L. .f LEVEY.
W. It. DAIL8SY,
MAN tOt It
Saturday, Sept. 29.
will be presented for the first time a
grand scenic production of the
n All FY ST0CK"
of carefully selei ted players un
der the persi n il direction of
W. Ii. IiAILKV.
Doors open at TiflO, curtain will rise at
X prompt. Il.ix plan will o,cii al the
Office of L.J. Levey for the opening
night on Monday, Sept. 81 at 9a, m.
do not always run the
easiest as the last races de
monstrated when a 84 lb.
BAUBLE 81 WALKED AM Al
with everything in sight.
You can net RAMBLBR8
from is'.- lb, to jj lbs.
Scale weight thoroughly
THE RAM BLEB CM It
starts next Saturday,
S" a week ilnr
twice a mouth.
to; King street.
4Sf i w
ValDablc Iuforiirdtioii to Housekeepers.
Ths rapu tail on as a good houaal eeper
depsnds of ten on serving a cup of line
oonee. N"" do nol rail to mm- unii pure
ground coffee s little t Rngelbreoht's
riBHNA COFFEE FLAVOR,
patented January 84tb, 1888.
Anyhow try it onoe, and you are sore
to gat a cup of delicious coffee, which
even the muHt fiini HtitiuB will enjoy.
Some believe that para ooftee alone w ill
base the desired result, l ui thin flavor
in to coffee enat seal uing , - to meat;
it Imparts 1 ii hmes. ,iniir'M k the iate,
audraa ii nourishing and srhnlsanina,
helps digestion, and gives it a splendid
Color, und what ih nol to U diregardt-d,
savaa one-third coffee,
TIiih tinisuiiisn,'U tlavor ii niade from
best Ceiilornia Figs, it haa nothing in
oommon erith rtuoorv or any artificial
Oeneral Airent. Hawaiian Inlands,
Mutual Teli phone :il I, Bethel St
state of F. S. Pratt, Deceased
Vollco or Sulv uf
rursunnt to an order of the Honrahle
iienry K. Cooper, Second Judge uf the
Circuit llourt of the Pirat Cirouit, Ke
public of Hawaii, in the natter ot th
relate of V. S. Pratt. ileceaM-il, made
and entered 011 the loth day of Sep-
teinhe.. 1884, the undeistgaed, a Oom
tnissioner appointed for that purKi.e by
said order of said Circuit Judge, will hii
at I'ul'ii' auction, lo the highest Indder,
certain real Batata of the said K. S.
Pratt, deceased, described as follows:
The premises at W aikiki, Honolulu,
Oahu, described in the following deeds,
recorded in the Hawaiian Heistry of
Conveyances, viz: Deed from K. H.
Allen to W. S. Pratt, dated June 5, 1878,
I recorded in H.Hk H7. imees 888 IM 0801
Heed from H. lilies to r . S. I'ratt. dated
March HQ, 17, rec
irded 111 It. U VI,
nates VIM ami - 1
The sale will take olace at the front
door of the Judiciary building, 111 Hono
lulu, at noon on Tuaaday, the '.iih day
of October, is4. upaat price. $10,000,
Terms Cash 111 V. H.QolaCoin. Sale
auhject to OOnfirmatioo by the said t'ir-
cuit Court. Deads at auanaa of imr-
rot further Information enquire of the.
undermined al the Judiciary Building,
Hated Honolulu. Beptember 1.1. 1884,
t88 tf Com nlsaiouer.
ll ll lltos A lOIII'lM.
Are now irenircd lo build suits, for any
sized man. from 15.00 np Small DOt
can bj lilted at reduced titjure..
t'leaniiiK'. PSplriBg and dyeing, ia
I' ii I of our bubiueiM.
lovtjuna call and 881 .
id 1 ni"
Rtnploytneni II 'on let.
by a uuii man Willi a o.l. general In,
im usmrleii''.', a rna.l and exi.-U.-ut , u
ut man.. an kwjj Uk
urn.- iiisi.i aii v. euer-
nu- aint lurliii.li ti.v 111. -r wittiniit extia
eharac. anil w ill uerlorui an kiBdol male
ual lal.r even If ulfeitHl at low wagec
AddreBH I A., bvraa Qtasa, 4 lin