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wednesday, oct. 10, 188:).
Opening Onlui College, nt !).J
Lyons & Levey will sell nt tlioir
Sales Room, at 'l0 o'clock, a largo
lot of Suni'titir Clothing, kc.
Meeting Stocklioltteis 0. Brewer
& Co., nt 10.
Fununil Into H. O. Hull, nt !).
Onliu Lodge, So. 1 K. of P. 7:30.
Bethel Prayer fleeting, nt 7 :.'!().
A SERIOUS AFFRAY.
Custom llouso Olficor Morrill attacked by
Chinamen on board llio Mariposa.
Yesterday morning Mr. J. 11.
Morrill of the Custom House wont
on board the Mnriposa to search for
opium and succeeded in finding Unco
tins in the quarters of the Chinese
firemen. He was followed on to tlic
lower deck in tlic after pin t of the
ship by twenty seven Chinamen,
who, being joined by n ringleader,
immediately attacked Morrill and his
three native nssistnnts, two of whom
lied. Morrill was knocked down,
hit on tlic head witli a hammer, on
tlic chin with a club and jumped
upon by several of the celestials.
His assistant Joe, formerly in the
Police force, was more severely hurl,
his eye, chin and head being badly
cut. Mr. Monill who is iccovcring
fr,om an attack of fever, was unarmed
and not strong enough to defend
himself ; having got to his feet lie
ran down the nllcy way and was
followed to the gangway by the
Chinamen ; some white men, who
were looking on, offered no assis
tance. It is held by the agents that
the Chinese servants of the company
have a right to use opium, but that
point will be settled this morning at
the Police (Jourt as four of. them
have been arrested. This would not
however in any way excuse the
attack of twenty-seven men upon
two and their use of a club, axe or
hammer. It seems that neither the
captain nor the agents were aware
that any search oi'thc steamer was
being made, but that Colonel Sprock
ets had promised to go down in tlic
morning with Mr. Morrill and in
tended to do so but tlic disturbance
had already occurred. Deputy
Marshal Dayton was instrumental
subsequently in appeasing the wrath
of the Chinese.
THE BEGGARS MET.
A patrician and plebeian conclave
was held on Monday night in Emma
Square where sweet music was dis
pensed by the Royal Hawaiian Band,
whose American bills had been
settled by the Premier and not by
the Governor. It being eventide
Professor Merger thought it only
right to select "Echoes of the
Night" as an appropriate morceau
and, in the middle of it, the learned
professor introduced a whistling solo.
This was highly appreciated by every
well trained and musical dog who at
once surrounded the bandmaster,
sniffing suspiciously at his legs when
they found they had been deceived.
Not alone were the dogs routed, for
two policemen were stirred from
their sleepy slumbers by the shrillness
of the whistle and thought it a call
for help from a brother guardiau.
Jumping to their feet they rubbed
their half-open eyes, seized their
bticks and rushed coatlessly in the
direction of the sound, cautiously
they cicpt around the stand, tapped
the boards, examined the feet of thu
playcis and felt upon the graveled
pathway, till of a sudden the twp
beggars met face to face amid the
roars of laughter of the large
audience. Some small boys having
explained the nature of the sleep
rousing whistle, the force retired to
their corners, crest fallen, discon
solate and ridiculed.
The Hope will sail on Bnliudny.
Tho tern Giaco is discharging at the
Bchr Catcriiia brought 000 bags of
Tho Mullsgato has moved to the mail
Tho D S Williams will flnibli dis
charging to-day. Sho expects to tail on
Friday tor Humboldt.
Tho J A Falklnburgh llnishti dls
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS
Betiiksda water on draught nt Pal
nr A-. Thnnlmr'R. 005 ml
mcr ifc Tlmclier's
A new book-keeping class will bo
commenced on Monday evening nt tho
A receiver will bo applied for from
tho Courts to settlo Leo Chat's intcrcbt
in the Iuloruntlonal Hotel.
Tiik nitloln on Chincso charges Hint
'recently appealed in the Humxtin has
been lepioduccd in tho China Ncwsx tho
.Bulletin receiving thunks lor investi
gating the mutter.
A i.ovin'0 pair were ween oii'Borctiuiln'
sheet nltlireo o'clock on Sunday morn
ing. Who wore tlioy?
Two tn nppenls wore noted yesterday
ono by Messrs. H rower H Co., and tbu
other" by tlic Inter-Island Steam Ninlgn
MiiinisN ilo nt Lyons & Levey'
auction loom wnW('ll attended yester
day. It will bo continued this morning
at tea o'clock.
A iii.ru Mitln nolo case containing
money iiutl papers was loM yesteiday.
A lew'ard Is ofleied for Us recovery by
Mer. T. 11. Davles .Co.
Amono the young Indies, staled by our
dally contemporary, to "have mailo the
hoilis pass plrivnntly" on thu Mnrlpnit
was one who is nurse to Mrs. 1'. A.
A mistake occurred in our yesterday's
Issue bv our snvlnE thnt Rev. J. A. Cm.
Mil's mother bad nrrlvcd by the Marl,
posa. The Indy wns Mrs. M. P. lile,
Mrs. Cruznn's mother.
Tun funcinl service of the late E. 0
Hull will bo held at Fort St. Church to.
day at 'i o'clock. Friends and the pub.
lie gcneinlly are cordially Invited to at.
lend. At tlic lcqucstnf the family tho
sci vice at the giavo will bo private.
Mn. 11. AYliitinan, manager for the
Gelett Ice Machine company, is in Ho
iiolulii with some of thc'.r machines
which aio specially adapted for planta.
lion use. They liie ot two sizes, tho
smaller ones making '.1 and lbs. of ico
an hour, and the linger ones about 10 lbs.
Hoti:i.-ki:i:im:us are requested by
Deputy Marshal Dayton to study flec
tions 21 and 27, chapter 4-1, of tin act to
legulate the sale of spliltiious liquors hi
the session laws of 1832. D.ryton lias
noted several infringements of these
spttions and wishes to givu notice that
they will henceforth bo rigorously cu
foiced. A drunken native took possession of
the galley of the C, R. Bishop yesterday
but was foicibly ejected by the second
nifitc, who however was attacked by
other natives directly ho came upon the
wharf. The second mate of tho James
Makec camo to his assistance and tho
natives went to get 230 to fight any
man in the crowd.
Two pretty landscapes of English
scenery arc now on view nt Lyc.ui &
Johnsons, Both are scenes in Cumber
land, one bung a " Harvest Field " and
the other " Kskd.ilc." They weio
biought here by Captain Atkinson of the
MalNgate and arc for sale. It Is seldom
that an opportunity is afforded of ob
taining such gems of English scenery.
Tun coloring of photographs can now
be accomplished equally as well in
Honolulu as in San Fraiicifco. Mr.
llnsselmann has just arrived, under en
gagement to Mr. Williams, nnd brings
with him specimens nl his work which
can only be appreciated by being seen.
Mr. Hiifselmmin is also likely to bean
acquisition to our musical community
as lie is the fortunnte possessor of a gooil
bin itonc voice, nnd is not unknown to the
San Francisco public.
ripHE funeral of the bile E. O. Hall
X will lake place on THIS (Wednes
day) AFTERNOON, at Tluce O'clock,
nt Fort Sfcct Church.
'llio friends of tho deceased arc re
NOLTE'S ! NOIiTE'S !
Snpr & Rice Bags
NOW I.ANDINO, KX ".MALL-HIATK,"
FOR SALE BY
Ed. Hoffschlaeger & Co.
IN FINE ORDER,
For Sale by,
C'2(l 2w 13. P. .AiluniH.
21,000 PATENT HARD !
CASTLE & COOKE.
I?D. O. EOWB,
It HOUSE AND SIGN FAINTER,
x-Ai'j:n iiAKijuit, etc.,
No. 107 KixaSnii:rr, Honolulu
525 Telephone, 114. '
1 Cotiufcti George Mifcfailanc, Mr. II.
Coinwell, .Mr. 1). H. Vidn and others
luiva puichau'd the contivlling Interest
In tho Olowalu plantiitlon, Mud. Mr.
1). R. Vida assumes tho managership.
Terms w llhhilil.
Mu. Adolph Sprcckcls hns written to
a filend In Honolulu saying thai he has
leccivcd a picture thai was painted for
him by Mr. Stinng mid epiesliig his
pel feul satisfaction nt the work ot art.
The subject wan Walklkl beach with
some natives hiuiic'iiiijr r canou.
Mu. Fiank Spencer has sold n third
Interest lu his sheep laiirb nt Witlniea
to Mr. Wciner of Sydney. Mr. Weaver,
who hns had considerable experience In
Now South Wales on bis father's sheep
station, will return to. Honolulu In
about two months In the capacity of
manager of the innnh.
Tin:ui: has been lioublo with the fire,
men of the Mariposa and Abitnedn. A
San Francisco paper says " .1. 1). Spieok.
els & Co- deny Hint there was any con
tract with tho ti t no (licincn discharged
on Monday hist, whcieby they were to
continue In their positions nt least until
the Alameda returned from Honolulu.
The company claims Hint It was willing
to pay tho same rates as the Pacific Mull
Company, $li" per month, but the fire,
men on the Maripoa some time ago re
fucd to work for less than s?50, anil in
cnii-cqiicnco Chinese were engaged to
take their place. Wishing to have a
similar complement of men on tho Ala.
niedu, the white llrcmcn hrrc were dis
chaigcd in favor of tho Mongolians, tlic
latter to receive $20 ii month whcie the
former got iJ-15.
NEW BOOK-KEEPING CLASS
will bo formed nl the Y. M. C. A.
rooms on Monday evening nt 7 o'clock
by Mu. P. O. .Iom:s. jr. 523 lw
LOST letwecn Kapiolani Park and
Nuuaiiu Valley, a Hluo Satin Note
Case, embroidered and lined with white
silk, containing 2 United States green,
backs, $100 each; 1 United States green
back, .;0; Letter of Credit fiom Coutts
& Co., and Private Papeis. Tho aboe
reward will be paid on the return of tho
same to Tuuo. II. Davius & Co., or the
528 POLICE STATION.
JUST TO HAND,
3?ei- '' Ma 1 1 sprn i c,"
AND FOI1 SALE IN QUANTITIES 10 SUIT.
C212w T1IE0. H. DAVIES & Co.
Blue Strip Star Bags !
MO x SO.
THE ONI.V GENUINE SINGLE 1JLUE STIITPE
Just to hand per "Mallsgate,"
521 2w THE0. II. DAVIES & Co.
Filler Press Bags !
And in great demand.
A few only remaining.
These bags arc made- to lit the frames
of Otto's Filters, and arc of material of
the proper texture.
Just to hand per Mallsgate.
5M 2w THE0. H. DAVIES & Co.
Twilled & Striped
JuBt to hand per Mallsgate.
524 2w THE0. H. DAVIES & Co.
Iliililiiiicliiiil Bice IiK! !
Just to hand per Mallsgate.
521 2w TIIE0. II. DAVIES $ Co.
Gal?. Corrapiefl Roolai
In 6, 7, 8, and 9 feet lengths,
with Sciws nnd Washers.
Just to hand per Mallsgate.
521 2w TIIE0. H. DAVIES & Co.
rpWO PLEASANT FURNISHED
X Rooms. No. 8 Kukul St. 022
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN of new GOODS !
.JUST ItUOKBVJJI), IX VOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice as huge a tiro In lmlf the time of any other machine.
It does not get out of oider, and is nl ways ready for me.
Every residence, Sugar Mill nnd Stoic should have one.
Magneso-Calcite Firo Proof Safes & Boxes
Willi lnrgci percentage of inside Fpaco than any other safe We aihc Sole
Aciknts FOK TI1K AllOVE.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.' '
Who Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing Wire, Pumps, Wimlwills, Tanks,
Kcioscno nnd Libricatlng Oils a specialty. A good stock on band and to arrive.
Call and examine our New Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
J. M. AT, Jr., & CO.
Gazette louk, No. 25 Merchant Street,
Hiivu receicd Consignments of New Goods,
Paper of every Conceivable Kind,
Memorandum blocks, Blank books, inkstands, letter Scales,
Mucilage, Copy Books, Pons and Holders, Envolopos, Drawing Papor, Memo
randum Books, Loltor Prossos, and Invitation Paper, Cartor's Violot and In
delible Inks; Arnold's and Stafford's. Baseballs and Bats. Pocket
Knives, Birthday Cards.
Red Rubber Stamp Agency.
NEWS, NEWS, NEWS, NEWS, NEWS. :
Every MAGAZINE and PAPER published IN THE AVORLD can be
OBTAINED from OAT, or he will scud for them.
. . NEW GOODS,
JUST KECEIVJBI, ex "Mnripo.sa,"
(SELECTED BY OUll Mil. STOCKLEV) at
, W. EICHAEDSOM ficCo's.', '
3STo. OS ITovL Street.
FOE THE PEOPLE.
I - .
JOSEPH E. WSSEgAS,
JReul I2stivtc JSrolier,
Cu&toiu lloiiwe Broker,
Employment Ygjeut, and
General Business A.srent,
Oilice,27 Meiclinnt street, - . . Hawaiian Gazette Block.
I3y request, I have added to my business that of a CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
and will heieaftcr attend to making entries at the Custom Houso of goods through
Power of Attorney" from merchants. Our business community will find this'do.
partment a great source of convenience. ' '
CSTThe ONLY recognized Eeal Estate Broker in this Kingdom.8
Land and property for sale in nil parts of Houolulu nnd tho various Islands.
Houses to leaso and rent in Honolulu nnd suburbs.
Rooms to ront, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
Books and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Vickcry's Monthly Fireside Magazine nnd Visitor, with
18 Chronics; subscription $1.23 per year. Agent for tho Best Life
Insurance Company in tho World.
ESTChiirgcs nlwnys moderate. "Telephone No. 172.
EX LATE ARRIVALS
A lnrge and select stock of L'idics and
BOOTS AND SHOES
A beautiful lino of Gent's and "Boys'
Straw and Felt Hats
All of the latest styled.
We would call attention to llio nbovo
lino of Goods as having been selected
by Mb. M. McInuiinv. SOI
No. 0 Queen street, Fish Market,
Dealer hi choicest
Jlcer, Veal, Mutton, FIhIi, Ac, &v.
Family and Shipping Orders carofully
attended to. Llvo stock furnished to
vessels at fahort notice, nnd Vegetables
of nil kinds supplied to order. aiO ly
WILLIAM J. BBYSON.
And Sheet Iron Worker. Tanks
nnd Coolers mtido to ordor. Particular
attention paid to Repair Work, Orders
loft nt R. Monro's Machine Shop, King
street, will bo promptly attended to.
To Let or to Lease,
AVFRY NICE COTTAGE ON LU
mililo .street, adjoining tho ie-d.
denco of E. Tucker, Esq , nnd nt pre
bent occupied by II. F. Lowis. This
cotuigo in nlino3t now, nnd contains par
lor, dining room, two bed rooms with
closets, bath room, pantry, kitchen und
back veranda; a nice largo yard in front
nnd rear; outbuildings for servants, car.
riago, Etc., Etc.
Tho premises occupied by tlio under
signed, situated on Kinau street; ono of
tho llnoU nnd beat arranged houso on
tho plains; very largo and cool rooms.
.... also , . . .
llouso lots forsnlo on Lunalilo, Pcnsa.
cola, Kinau , Bingham and Borctanla Sts.
.... also ....
Flvo lots of land at Walklkl for sale.
CHjV Particulars to bo had by app'llca.
Hon to tho undersigned or po3U3(llco box
No. -JM. H.J.Auni:w.
. 510 tf
1 For Sale.
A SPAN OF BLACK HORSES, a Eet
of double hurncss mid a two-sent
carriage y ith top, polo and shnfts. May
be seen at Dodd'x btablos. Apply to
A. Rosv, at Government Building.