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M(N DAY, OCT. 8, 188iJ!
THIS DAY'S DOINCS.
Meeting Stock Exchange, at 11.
Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:30
ICxcclsior Lodge, I.O,O.F., 7:30.
Band utEuium Square, at 7:30
IN A NUTSHELL.
Wo have stated on good authority
Hint a letter had been written hy
Messrs. Ilaekfold & Co., in which it
was stated that " a sum of live
dollars per head must bo paid to Mr.
Hayseldcn .for every Chinese im
migrant landed in Honolulu." This
sum was to be in excess of all
charges for landing the immigrants
at this port.
Mr. F. II. Hayseldcn emphati
cally dcined the charge and states
u that it is utterly without warrant
in fact and that no conversation on
this subject occurred between him
and any other person or persons
such as to give the slightest color
of truth to such an insinuation."
Wo have refused to retract our
Mr. II. F. Glndc says that the
statements of the Ui'i.i.ktix " do not
agree with the contents of certain
letters and that Mr. Ilayselden's
name did never appear in the cor
respondence referred to" (by him),
buthc does no' say if he refeislo
the correspondence mentioned by us.
Have the late members of the Board
of Immigration nothing to say, or
were they in ignorance of the whole
transaction. It is not advisable to
allow this matter to sink into oblivion
and we shall be glad to receive
further information or expressions
of opinion on this important subject.
A meeting of the members of the
Honolulu Library was held on Fri
day evening, when the following
officers were elected. President, S.
B. Dole ; Vice-President, M. M.
Scott ; Secretary, II. A. Parmelee ;
Treasurer, A. L. Smith ; Trustees,
A. J. Cartwright, A. S. Hartwcll,
II. R. Hollister, Kov. C. M. Hyde,
Walter Hill, II. Waterhouse, Wm.
Johnson, Dr. C. T. Kodgers and A.
The date of the annual election of
officers was changed from Septem
ber to October. Final action was
taken on a proposed amendment to
the Constitution, by which the
method of electing officers was sim
plified and made to conform with
that in use during the first two years
of the existeuce of the association.
A progress report was received with
reference to the new building which
is progressing favorably.
THE VOLCANO AND ITS VIEWS
The latest news from the volcano
of Kilauea is that nearly the whole
of the extinct crater is becoming
active and that the lava is boiling on
the greater part of its surface, ren
dering the passage across to the
two lakes a difficult one. People
who have visited the volcano can at
once form au idea of the grandeur
of such a sight if the whole extent
of this crater, which is three miles
wide, were to become a mass of
Mr. Williams, whose business trip
there we recorded a few weeks ago,
has just completed his series of
views of Hilo, the road to the
volcano, the volcauo and its sur
roundings, Puna and Kona. They
form a collection of which he has
every reason to feel proud and which
is unsurpassed in the world. Among
them we recognise the half-way
house, the Wailuku bridge, a por
tion of the Puna beach which is a
beautiful little spot, a group of Ilulu
trees, the road to the A'olcano
through the dense tropical foliage,
the sulphur bed and the sulphur
bank which shows its crystallized
formation, the old crater, different
views of the new lake some of which
are instantaneous and show the lava
in motion, a view of Kilauea show
ing how the lava has run up the
banks, Ifalemanau, distinct forma
tions of the lava and a picture ( so
Williams says ) of the hauling of a
mule from, a sulphur pit into which
it had fallen.
Visitors to the volcano house should
not fail to secure these as pleasant
recollections of a pleasant trip, and
we feel assured that strangers will
carry with them such a pleasing
memento of a visit to the islands as
Williams can supply, in a scientific
point of view these photographs arc
most valuable and it is to bo hoped
that some of ouv savans will forward
them to America, Europe and Aus
tralia for examination and report.
A new building is being erected oa
Emma Street, the lumber for which is
standing against a fence ami projecting
over the road. A gentleman passing on
the sidc-wallc, one dark evening, hadhis
lint crushed in and narrowly escaped a
blow on the head.
The schr Ai.nlo b . ilrlggs Milled from
Siuncm for Sniii Fiiincisco, Aug. 80, ar.
rived here Oct. 5, out of piovlsio.is and
her fore mast-head sprung.
The IjUIiic Elpi, Cnpt. Howe, arrived
Oct. 0, 20 days troni Sun Fianclseo, wltli
100 hog?. -ll;i bbls of salmon, 577 sks ol
liailevj loO bale of hay, (3!lt ska of bran,
S'.'O sks of limn, 123,000 shingles, 1028 H.
Yv". posts, 00 Ions of sand, etc. Shu is con.
signed to Messrs. Hi ewer & Co. iMic bad
1 dnys of calms mid U days of head wind.
Stmr C. R. Ills-hop brought 501 bgs ol
pntldy, 180 tigs nee, CO bgs pin, and 15
ychr Wailele bro't 770 bgs sugar.
Shukai mo't00 bgs sugar.
The sehr Reporter tailed from Knhu.
lui Oct. 5 for Paget Sound.
Five pieces of machinery each wuigh.
big aboul7 tons, were hailed ftomtho
Mallsgate on Sntuidiiy.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS
Bkthksua water on di aught at Pal
mer it Thaeher's. 505 ml
A dividend of $0 pershaie on Inter
Island Stcun Navigation Co's stock will
be payable to-morrow.
Mr. Sam. Parker is in town.
. a i
be had fiom Mr. E.
river red salmon can
The service at the Y.M.C.A. hall yes
tciday afternoon was very successful.
The Bulletin received numerous
congratulations on Saluiday for its ex.
Tin: chief officer of the liaik Hope rc
poits Ih-bt seeing the brilliant sunsets In
latitude 24-0. Noilh, longitude MO-tfO.
Messrs. Lyons fc Levey sold on Satur
day live acres of l ice and taio land at
Ewa. subject to a live vears' lose for
A new and large Golding Steam Job
press has just been received at the Bul
letin office which will facilitate the
execution of our jobbing work.
The Bulletin is becoming famous
The Friend now honors us by leprinting
an article from our columns about the
Punahou Preparatory School.
The entertainment at the Music Hall,
on Saturday night was not a brilliant
one. Such performances are not calcu
lated either to enrich the performers or
to please the public.
Otm friend, The Fricndfo replete with
news concerning Oahu College and its
new teachers, who arc cxpcctcilherc to
day, and in foimntiou concerning the
Chinese here and m New Zealand.
The assistant Postmnster-General apo
Ingres for his neglect in not sooner
sending us specimens of the new issue
of stamps. The apology is accepted and
so are the stamps without animosity.
1 in i
Dame Negus has resurrected, but she
was very weak on Saturday. There is
life in the old girl yet, and, like an in-dia-rubber
ball, she "bobs up serenely,
bobs up serenelv, bobs up serenely from
Ix connection with the new building
at St. Andrews Pro-Cathedral is a rope
sti etched across the stieet. A party
were driving home one evening last
week and of course could not see the
rope, but unfortunately the gentleman
driving fell it, as it knocked him back
wards, and a lady had her head grazed
SILVER BROOCH, with mono
gram engraved, on Saturdav after
noon, between Nuuanu Avenue and the
Post Office. Apply to J. M. Oat, Jr. &
Co 520 It
IN FINE ORDER,
For S.ilc by,
G2(J 2w ID. I. -A.dti.iiiN.
D. O ROWE,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER,
Pai'EU Hanoeii, etc.,
No. 107 Kino Stiiket, - Honolulu.
525 Telephone, 114. ly
TTHE ANNUAL MEETlNGfcOF
the Stock holders of thojWUilu
ku Sugar Company, will be held m the
office of O. Brewer & Co , on Monday,
October 8th, at 10 o'clock a.m. for the
election ot olllcers and the Iran-action
of other business. Wm. W- Hall,
525 21 Secielary.
MEETING of the subscribers of
the Ilenlani Boat Club will bo
held nt the Healani Boat House on
TUESDAY, the 0th hist., at. 4:U0 p.m.
554-1. PER ORDER.
21,000 PATENT HARD !
CASTLE & COOKE.
Room or Hinnll Cottage.
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED,
wanted by a single gentleman in a
comfortable location, and moro specially
on Emma or Fort street. Commuuieatc
at once with
Post Olllcc, Honolulu.
As a dray wab coming from Brewer's
wharf on 'Saturday morning, a largo
case, on which a man was sitting, tipped
off on to the road throwing the man
down violently. His body was bruised
and ho received some internal Injuries.
Tin: annunl meeting of the Planters
Labor and Supply Co., to be held next
week, promises to surpass those of pre
vious yerrs. A very general gathering
of planters is expected and the com.
mlttcu men have been lmv woiking at
their reports which v. Ill foiin a very
valuable contribution to the sugar lllera.
lure of the country, and will also con
tain sonic valuable statistics.
A pnity surveying on the other side of
Wiiialuu discovered an old cannon ball,
a 4(1 pounder. The evidence seems pret
ty conclusive that it was tired by the
Discovery under command of aucou.
vor, when he had two olllcers killed
there, which the ship resented wilh a
broadside Vancouver's business there
at that particular time was to obtain n
supply of fresh water.
Tun Church Chronicle for October is
to hand. A slight error has crept into
their columns concerning the Bishops of
Tasmania, the last of whom was bishop
Broni by (not Bromley); neither ho nor
his predecessor were doctor.3. There is
a Dr. Bromby, a brother of the late Tns
nianian bishop, who lives in Melbourne
and was formerly head master of the
grammar school there.
The Oceanic and Honolulu Baseball
Clubs met on Saturday afternoon. Both
teams looked well In their new uniforms
the Oceanic wearing white and red
shirts and caps and red belts, the letter
O embroidered in red on their shirts
looked conspicuous for some of the O's
in the score. The Honolulu Club wore
blue hats and blue and white shirts with
II. B. B. C. embroidered on them. The
Honolulu Club won by -1 runs, thescores
standing, Honolulu, 10; Oceanic, 0. It
was a well contested game.
A DIVIDEND OF SIX DOLLARS,
per share, will be paid upon the
Stock of Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Co., on Tuesday, the 19th iust., at their
Office on Esplanade.
520 It J. EN A, ,Tk., Secretary,
.tUST TO HAND,
AND KOll &ALE IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT,
THE0. H. DAVIES & Co.
Blue Stripe Sugar m !
GO x 3.
THE ONLY GENUINE SINGLE 11LUE STIITI'E
Just to hand per "Mallsgate,"
52t2w THE0. H. DAVIES & Co.
Filler Press Bags !
And in great demand.
A few only remaining.
These bags arc made to lit the frame-i
of Otto's Filters, and ure of material of
the proper texture..
Just to hand per Mallsgate.
524 2v THE0. H. DAVIES & Co.
Twilled & Striped
Just to hand per Mallsgate.
521 2w THE0. H. DAVIES & Co.
MeacM Bice Bags !
0 x 35. .
Just to hand per Mallsgate.
521 2w TIIE0. H. DAVIES $ Co.
In 6, 7, 8, and 9 feet lengths,
with Screws and Washers.
Just to hand per Mallsgate,
521 2v THE0. H. DAVIES & Co.
TWO PLEASANT FURNISHED
Rooms. No. 8 Kukui Bt. 523
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
just ukoeived, invoices i?
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice as large a lire in lullf the time of any other machine.
It does not get out of order, and is always ready for me. '
Every residence, Sugar Mill and Store should have one.
Mag'iieso-Oalcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With largei percentage of inside space than any other MifiWK auk Sole
Agents fou the Aiiove.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wiro Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing Wire, Pumps, Wind-wills, Tanks,
Kerosene and Libricating Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine our JSTeiv Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO. ,
Gazette Block, No. 25 Merchant Street,
Have received Consignments of New Goods,
Paper of every Conceivable Kind,
Memorandum blocks, Blank books, Inkstands, letter scales,
Mucilage, Copy Books, Pons and Holdors, Envolopcs, Drawing Papor, Memo
randum Books, Letter Prossos, and Invitation Papor, Carter's Violol and In
dellblo Inks; Arnold's and Stafford's. Baseballs and Bats. Pockot
Knives, Birthday Cards.
Red Rubber Stamp Agency.
NEWS, NEWS, NEWS, NEWS, NEWS.
Every MAGAZINE and PAPER published IN THE WORLD can be
OBTAINED from OAT, or he will send for them.
JUST RECEIVED, ex " Blnviposa,"
(selected BY OUlt MH. stockley) .it
W. RICHARDSON & Go's.,
TSTo. G8 Fort Street.
FOE THE PEOPLE.
JOSEPH E. WDSEMAJN,
Xteul JUsLiUe JBrolcer,
Custom House Broker,
DEmploymeiit -A-pjeiit, niid
Greiiex'til Business Vgeiit,
Ofliee,T27 Merchant street, - . . Hawaiian Gazette Block.
By request, I have added to my business that of a CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
and will hereafter attend to making entries at the Custom House of goods through
Power of Attorney from merchants. Our business community will find this do.
partment a great source of convenience.
EThe ONLY recognized Real Estate Broker in this Kingdom."!
Land and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
Books and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Vickery's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Chromos ; subscription $1.2,"5 per year. Agent for the Best Life
Insurance Company in the World.
Charges always moderate. k CSPTolcphono No. 172.
EX LATE ARRIVALS
A largo and select stock of Ladies and
BOOTS AND SHOES
A beautiful line of Gent's and Boys'
Straw and Felt Hats
All of the latest styles.
W,c would call attention to tho abovo
liimof Goods as having been selected
by Mn. M. McInehny. 501
i WM. aicGANINLKSS,
No. 0 Queen street, Fish Market,
Dealer in choicest
JUecf, Vent, Mutton, VImIi, .., Ac.
Family and Shipping Orders carefully
attended to. Live stock' furnished to
vessels at short notice, and Vegetables
of all kinds supplied to order. a 10 ly
T7ILLIAM J. BRYSON.
TY BOILER MAKER.,
And Sheet Iron Worker. Tanks
and Coolers made to order. Particular
attention paid to Repair Work. Orders
loft at R. Mooro's Machine Shop, King
street, will bo promptly attended to.
Jr., & CO.
ii ' )
To Let or to Lease.
AVFltY NICE COTTAGE ON LU
nnlllo street, adjoining the lesi.
dence of E. Tucker, Esq,, and at pre.
sent occupied by II. F. Lewis. This
coUngo is almost new, and contains par
lor, dining room, two bed rooms with
closets, bath room, pun try, kitchen and
back verandu; a nico' large yard in front
and rear; outbuildings for servants, car
riage, Etc., Etc.
.... also ....
The premises occupied by the under'- ''
signed, situated on Kiniiu street; ono of
tho flno3t and best arranged housc3 on
the plains; very largo and cool rooms.
.... also ....
Houso lots for sale on Lunalilo, Pcnsu.
cola, Klnau, Bingham and BcrctanlaSts.
.... ALSO ....
Five lots of lund at Waikiki for sale.
j&$r Particulars to bo had by appllcu.
tion to the undersigned or postoftlco box
-ko-Ml. II. J.Aonew.
Vol Male. ; J
A SPAN OF BLACK HORSES, a set,
of double harness and a two-scat
carriage with top, pole and shafts. May
bo teen at Dodd'w stables. Apply to
A. Rosa, at Governmout Building.'