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SATURDAY, SEPT. fit"l883.
8 S Zealandia from San Frauelsoo
Stmr Klumt from Windward Ports
Stmr Lchua from Kuhulul
Slmr T.Ikcltkn from Knlinlnt
Stmr Mokolll fiom Molokal
Stmr.las I Dowsed from Jlolnkal
Schr Rainbow from Knolait'
Sclir Hob Hoy from Koolan
Ilk T It Foster for I'm r Towneml
Stmr .las Makec for Kapua
VESSELS LEAVINC ON MONDAY.
Stmr Lchua for Kahnlnl .
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
Stmr .Tns I Dowectt for Slolokat
Sclir KaulkcaouH for Kohala
Schr Kawallanl for Koolan
Sclir Kob Koy for-Koolau
Sclir Rainbow for Koolan
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktuo Mary Winklumlui, Haeku
Hktue Klla, Hnwo
Bgtue Clans Sprcckels, Drew
From Windward Ports, per Kinan,
September o Miss 31 Kinney, MUs M
K Spooner, Mrs Kaaibne, .T Wilcock,
Mrs A 1' Brlckwood and daughter, C L
Wight and .son, W S May, Master A
May, Master 1 May, Mis M Daniels,
Mrs C L Bopkins and 4 children, Major
11 0 Dane, 0 Holte, Mrs Kahaulello,
Rev S E Bishop, A Fltzslmmous and
From Kuhulul, per Lehna, Septem
ber o Mrs Armstrong, Mis Davidson
and 3 children, Mrs Barnaul, Mls S
Emmes, MUs'Unna. Mrs V Mci tell and
2 children, Mls .T Campbell and M D
Monsarrat, wife and 2 servants.
At 2.:i0 this- afternoon the S S Zca
laudla was telephoned off Walmanalo.
The schr Rainbow brought 525 bags
paddy from Koolan and the Rob Roy
brought 200 bags rice from the same
A six-ton scow has been built by tlio
I I S N Co for Kapaa. The stmr Jas
Makcc takes it this afternoon to land
machinery at Kealia and to take on
hoard at that port the double effect for
The brig Hazard arrived at Hilo
Friday last, 10 days from San Francisco.
The stmr Kinnu brought 892 bags
sugar and 110 pkgs sundries.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The tax boards of appeal
Gospel temperance meeting at the
Bethel Vestry this evening.
St. "Alban's College (Principal
Atkinson) opens on Monday.
Tun Married Men and Honolulus
play baseball at Makiki this after
noon. Cait. Davis of the Lchua reports
very rough weather at liana and
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A tkipi.p. effect is being put in at
Spreckelsvillo, Maui. The mill be
gins grinding in December.
ArrEii a long illness Anamo, once
a member of the city police force,
died last evening in Pauoa valley.
a . m ,
Oi-ricr.ns Reynolds and Tell this
forenoon captured a Chinaman smok
ing opium at the joss house, Smith's
r o .
Tin: Government will shortly sell
the lease of tho store formerly oc
cupied by A. W. Pcirce & Co.,
Tm; S. S. Zealandia from San
Francisco, with dates to the 20th,
wasoff Waimanalo at half-past two
A rallying of cricketers to pit a
local team against the men of the
Constance, when she arrives, is sug
gested by the Advertiser.
Mn. Paul Pctrovits, tho artist,
who is going nwaydiy tho Zealandia,
has been appointed' Artist to His
Hawaiian llajesly's Household.
Cait. King of tho Kinau reports
very rough weather all along the
Hamakua coast. At Paauhau Mrs.
Brickwood was taken on board with
A gentleman came from Waialua
this morning with a chestnut steed.
He said ho "came to show tho folks
of "Honolulu a fine horse," as though
thqro were nono here.
Mit. M. D. Monsarrat returned
, from Molokai this morning and re
ported tho island looking very grccu,
the weather fair, and everybody
enjoying good health.
Tun Veterinary Board will exer
cise great vigilance in the inspection
of stock from tho Coast, owing to
tho prevalence of glanders in cer
tain California districts.
Just two years ago to-night tho
famous "Krakatoa" sunset glow
made its first appearance in the Ha
waiian skies. That was two months
'before the phenomenon was seen in
America or Europe.
, A viuiy important offer is made
to capitalists and agriculturists, in
tho advertising of tho Princevillo
Plantation for leaso by Mr. P. C,
Jones, Secretary of tho Company,
iu to-day's issue. ,
Mil. J. Wilcock, engineer at Ila
niakua, having sustained a rupture
anil being too weak to rido to n slicl
tcicd port, was taken on board the
Klnau thtough a high sea and heavy
winds, and brought to Honolulu.
Major Dano was one of the pas
sengers by the Kinan this morning.
Mr. Dano has been to Kiiatica and
Ilalcakala. Beautiful clear weather
was experienced around the crater
of Ilalcakala Tuesday and Wednes
day, affording two very good days
for the operations of the Govern
ment survey party.
Heavy rains fell yesterday on the
mountains in Mnui. The streams
were all full, and supplied copious
inigation for Messrs. Homers' cane.
Tho present stylo of cane culture in
Lahaina is immensely superior to
anything of tho kind ever seen there
before. Tlio Messrs. Horner are
evidently excellent farmers.
Tun Firemen's Benefit by Fryer's
Circus last night was a great suc
cess. An overflowing tent stimu
lated tlio performers, and tho pres
ence of the king distinguished the
occasion. Very profuse illumina
tions with colored lanterns were pro
vided by tho members of the
Department. About 200 were
realized for tho firemen's sick fund.
TitP.ni; is a miniature skating rink
at Wailuku, Maui, which is well
patronized. On the opening night
they took in $90, but where the peo
ple were stowed is tho question.
They use the Excelsior skato exclu
sively. Prof. T. E. Wall, of the
Yosemite Skating Rink, graced the
Wailuku rink with his presence yes
terday, and his skating was greatly
admired by the ladies.
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'Ynosn five thoroughbred colts that
came by the Claus Spreckels a few
days ago for Z. S. Spaulding at
Kealia, Kauai, were shipped by tho
steamer Jas. Makee this afternoon.
They were very wild and one of
them kicked tho second mate on the
leg with telling force. They were
ultimately backed into the bay to be
slung and hoisted on board the
Mn. A. II. Kenyon, who arrived
by the Zealandia and returns by tho
same vessel, carries away with him
a wealth of Oahu scenery in his
poitfolio. His sketches, done in
water colors, are very well executed,
and doubtless many of them will
adorn the illustrated press of Mel
bourne. Mr. Kenyon has, it is
pleasing to kuow, formed high opin
ions of the country and its possibi
lities. His retuiG, it is to be regret
ted, is hastened by news of tho
illness of Mrs. Kenyon.
Mn. J. M. Daijrle, machinist, died
at his house last evening, after an
illness from blood poisoning of nine
or ten days. He will be buried by
the Knights of Pythias, the funeral
taking place at four o'clock this
afternoon. Mr. Williams has fur
nished a handsome casket to the
order of the Knights. Mr. Daiglc
was a French-Canadian, several
years resident here, and probably
somewhat over middle age. He
leaves a young Portuguese wife,
whom ho married about six months
ago, and, it is said, owned a good
deal of real property in and about
A white nurse-maid employed by
Mr. W. S. Luce attempted suicide
at the lattcr's house, Wnialae, be
yond Diamond Head, yesterday. She
took a heavy draught of laudanum,
but Mrs. Luco observed the act and
took such prompt measures as saved
the girl's life. Dr. Henri McGrew
was called, and administered emetics
and restoratives, bringing tho pa:
tient round. It appears she was
afllicted with a hallucination that
she was going to lose her situation
and bo turned helplessly adrift.
There was no intention on the part
of her employers to dispense with
Some most inhuman actions and
shameful brutality could be seen on
the wharf this morning, when the
steamer Jas. 1. Dowsett was landing
her sheep. The native sailors took
the helpless animals, weak from
starvation, and hurled them into a
cart with savage force. They
laughed the while at tho meek sub
mission of tho sheep, and chuckled
with mirth nt their dumb misery.
Thirty-three sheep were piled pro
miscuously in one small dray, the
under ones nearly suffocated. Such
conduct is heart-sickening and it
would be pleasing to some human
itarians to sec these dumb beasts
protected. Where is tho S.P.C. A. ?
A couresi-ondent writes us that
Major Dano delivered a lecture at
Wailuku on Thursday evening in
the court-house, which was attended
by tho larger part of tho foreign
residents of tho vicinity. The sub
ject of tho lecturo was " Up tho
Rhine and over tho Alps," and those
who heard it speak in glowing terms
of tho major's descriptive powers as
surpassing anything ever heard there
before. His power of mimicking
the language and peculiarities of tho
various classes whom ho met in his
tour and describes iu his lecture is
really wonderful. We understand
that ho will deliver tho samo lecturo
here, and thoso who attend will havo
a treat which will bu long romem
Tiium; was some wild driving to
and from the steamer Likclikc this
forenoon. Frank Johnson, express
No. 73, was driving down on the
right side, according to his account,
when he came into collision opposite
Lucas's mill with a Chinaman's ex
press, No. 10.r. Johnson's carriage
was overturned, himself beneath it,
but lie managed to hold on to the
lines until bystanders turned tho
vehicle over and released him. He
sustained a severe abrasion of one
of his shins, and his carriage was a
good deal damaged. A passenger
in express No. l'JG says tho while
driver nearly ran into his carriage
Immediately before striking the
Chinaman. Ho is emphatic in lay
ing the blame on tho whito man.
Tub Likcliko party wcro in high
spirits when they left Honolulu
Thursday evening, but wcro some
what subdued before reaching Kabu
lui. The fun began when F. Oat
ran to the vessel's side with "New
York green corn " ; then II. Gunn
"New York string-beans," fol
lowed by Mr. Laine " Now York
potatoes." Bunting and flags were
Hying at Kahului when the steamer
arrived there. The party rode in
the train to Wailuku, then ten miles
through the cane at Spreckelsvillo
and visited the mills. Everyone was
pleased with tho trip, particularly
Dr. Robt. McKibbin. The steamer
made the distance from Kahului to
Kaunakakai, about 43 miles, in three
hours and ten minutes, with 80
pounds of steam. Eighty-two revo
lutions were made by tho propeller
with the same pressure.
GitKAT inducements offered to
boarders and transient customers at
the Astor House.
Ski; thoso beautiful peacocks and
feathers, for sale at King Bros.' Art
Store, Hotel Street. 115 3t
Stock of iioo feed. Just arrived,
per the Mary Winkleman, 250 bags
mixed Feed, for sale at low price.
115 lw Union Feed Co.
NEW EQUIPMENTS OF OAHU COLLEGE.
Last evening a representative of
the Bulletin was given a pleasant
dtive to and from Oahu College at
Punahou, in Principal Mcrritt's
family carriage. It was a few
months since the writer had pre
viously visited the spot, and several
changes were noticeable oven about
the exterior of the institution. The
lawn was remarked on the former
occasion to be verjr thickly wooded.
That great gale of a month or two
ago, however, did some landscape
gardening without regard to the
rules of the books. Its operations
arc now apparent in more light fil
tered through the foliage, and in
several cords of wood the proceeds
of tho wind's culling neatly piled
up against the town side stone wall.
A change made by tho manage
ment, which greatly enhances the
appearance of the scholastic group
of buildings, is the removal of an
old wooden wing that ran out from
the southwest corner of the building.
This has enabled tire terrace on
which tho latter block stands to be
extended the whole breadth of the
lawn. All the buildings on that side
aro thus given an unbroken frontage
on a common plane : on the left the
main building and its older adjuncts,
on tho right the new Bishop Hall of
Science. Considerable improve
ments arc boing made on the Wai
kiki side. The ground in rear of
the Library building, flanking the
group in that direction, has been
graded. A corucr of land mentioned
in our former description has been
obtained from a neighboring estate,
and tho college plot is being squared
up with a substantial stone boundary
fence in that quarter.
So much for tho grounds. En
tering the Library, it is not neces
sary to be told that its intellectual
stores aro being replenished. A
large section of the Bhelvcs aro gor
geous in the gold and color of mo
dern binding. Of the six hundred
volumes additional provided for,
350 have been received. .They com
prise a wide range of literature, and
include many of tho most recent
staudurd productions. There is n
wealth of history, a rapid glance
taking in Rawlinson, Wilkinson,
Curtius, Freeman, Motley (all of
his works), Bancroft the revised
edition of his History of tho United
States, Masson, White, McCarthy,
Hildrcth (United States up to 1820,
G vols.), Tyler's America, Green
(English People complcto), Dr.
John Lord (Beacon Lights of His-
tory, 5 vols.) There nro Stanley's
Dark Continent and ms latest woric,
The Congo and Founding of ita
Free State; tho roviacd edition of
the Middle Kingdom (China), by S.
Wells "Williams : Sir Sam!. Uakcr's
travels ; different records of tho II.
B. M.'s Challenger's cruise, and
other works of travel and explora
tion in many lands. In English
Literature aro seen Morlcy's Men of
Letters, Taino'a great history and
Rolfe's Shakespeare. Fiction makes
a radiant exhibition Cooper, Ir
ving, Kingslcy, Mrs. Stowc, Thack
eray, Charlotte Bronte, MissMulock,
Hugo, Lord Lylton, Dickens com
plete in 30 vols., and others. Science
makes an imposing array of its
latest lights DanaJSchlicmann's
Troja, Newcomb, Woolsoy, Walker,
Bowcn, Miil, Spencer (Principles of
Sociality), 17 volumes of Apple
ton's Scientific Scries, Prof. Geo.
P. Marsh (Earth as Modified by
Humnu Action, and Origin and His
tory of the English Language)
comprising archeology, astronomy,
cosmogomy, chemistry, philology,
political economy, etc. Carlylc's
translation of Meistcr's Apprentice
by Goethe is another standard work
received. There i3 an extensive lino
of tho poets, including Faust, Bay
ard Taylor's Goethe, Bryant,
Foster's Cyclopedia 1st and 2nd
scries, Wliitticr, Library of Re
ligious Poetry, Dhnn, Emerson's
Parnassus, Slcadman and Lowell.
An inexhaustible mine of lexico
graphy is opened out to tho student,
in tho new stock : Stormonlh's dic
tionary, got up on tho plan of fol
lowing n primary word throughout
its derivatives; Webster's Un
abridged, 1885 edition, with new
features; Worcester's Unabridged,
Crabbe's Synonymcs, Lippincott's
Pronouncing Gazetteer of the World.
The additions to tho Library arc
boing made through tho medium of
A. L. Bancroft & Co., San Fran
cisco, whose execution of the con
tract so far leaves nothing to be de
sired. The remaining 250 volumes
will likely arrivo by next steamer.
The Bishop Hall of Science a
noble monument to the Hon. C. R.
Bishop's munificent regard for edu
cation is a handsome, substantial
structure of brick. It is entered by
a flight of concrete steps. The lofty
ceilings make the, rooms look smaller
otherwise than they really arc, but
make them remarkably airy and
light. Entrance is first made to the
lecture room, which is handsomely
furnished with a sloping gallery of
semi-circled scats. Students have
all a full view of tho platform and
blackboard. The rails, posts, and
so on, arc in beautifully polished
koa wood. Off this room, on tho
left from the platform, is the mu
seum, the varied treasures of which
aro not yet, arranged. To the right
is a private study and laboratory
for tho science professor. In tho
rear is the Laboratory, which is fit
ted up with every convenience for
chemical experimentation and de
monstration. Two long work-tables
arc f urniBhcd witn faucets and sinks,
gas pipes for instantaneous blasts of
lire, and any amount of shelves and
drawers for ..material. Tho base-
ment is floored throughout with con
crete, and its store-rooms arc secure
in all respects for the preservation
of chemical stocks.)
Prof. Van Slyke, the Professor of
Science, a master in both qualita
tive, and quantitative chemistry,
from the University of Michigan,
will arrivo on the steamer next
Tuesday. Mr. Bates, successor to
Mr. Sanford as professor of classics,
mathematics and ancient history,
arrived from Illinois on the 22nd
With all these new equipments
and reinforcements, Oahu College
undoubtedly takes a now departure
in its steady, upward progress. The
new session opons on the 14th iust.,
as will be seen by advertisement in
Honolulu, Aug. 31, 1S85.
To tho Trustees of tho Queen's Hos
pitalGentlemen: I have the honor to
submit the following report for tlio
quarer ending August 31st:
The total number of patients at pres
ent in tho Hospital is CO, viz. : 3 Ha
waiian, 21 males, 9 females; 2 Chinese
nrirt 25 of other mtionalltlcs; 25 paying.
The total number of admissions during
tho quarter was 120, viz.i 45 Hawallans,
32 males, 13 females ; 7 Chinese, and G8
of other natlonnlties. Discharged !)8,
vU. ; 37 Hawallans, 21 males, 10 females ;
0 Chinese, and 55 of other nationalities.
Deaths, 16, viz. : 0 Ilnwalinns, 5 males,
1 female; 2 Chinese, aud 8 of other
The causes of death wcro: Beriberi,
1 ; collapse, 1 ; consumption, 8; debility,
1; disease of liver, 1; dropsy, 1;
typhoid fever, 8.
Tho highest number of indoor patients
Was 78; lowest, 47; daily i average. CO;
number of prescriptions, 2,881 ; calls at
dispensary, 023. Tho number of patients
treated at the Hospital was as loiiows:
Juno, 88; July, 100; August, 111.
C. Catiiedhal. High mass at
st, Vespeis nt 4.80 r, m.
M. C. A. Biblo class for
young men at 9.45 a. m. I'raisc
service at C.30 v. M.
St. Andhuw's Cathkukai.. Holy
communion at 0,30 and 11 a. m.,
witli sermon at tho latter hour by
Bishop Willis. The, Rev. George
Wallace preaches at 7.30 v. it.
.Bkthki, Union Cnuitoii. Sunday
school, morninc, at 9.15. Treadl
ing by the Rov. E.
A. t. and 7.30 v. si.
tho Lord's Supper
C. Oggclat 11
at tho morning
Fokt Stukkt Church, Sunday
school, morning, at 9.45. Preach
ing at 11 A. -v. by ev, w, v. flier
rltt, Principal of Ualui College,
tho evening the congregation
unite in servico with tho.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
07 and OS Hotel HLroot,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
KcJ Cabbages, Cauliflower, Celery, Kistcrn Oyntew, Pears, C.ila Fresh Salmon, do
Cortllsli, do UocU Cod, do Smelt's, do Plums, do Lobsters, do Shrimps, do
Grape-", do Pears, do Peaches, Roll llulter. .-
ALSO Smoked Salmon, do Halibut, do Herrings do Beef, do Sausages; Salmon
Belllc', 5 lb. Tins; Dried Aldcn Apples, do Prunes, do Penclics, do Pears;
Cala Dried Figs, Oream Cheese, Swiss Cheese, Family Mild Cheese, Strong
Cheese, Mackerel, C lb. Tins; Mackerel, 25 lb. Kits; Petit Pois, very small
and very sweet; French Mushrooms, Dutch Salad Oil in pints, and qunrts,
Lucca Salad Oil, Cala Salad Oil, Apples, 2 lb. Tina Butter, Kcga Butter,
Star Ham, Lean Bacon and a full lino of Staplo and Fancy Groceries.
Goods delivered free of charge to all parts of Honolulu, and satisfaction
Telephone No. 2-10, Both Companies. P. O. Box 207. (7C2
E. C. SCHUMAN,
Carriag-c axid YV ag-on MCali:ci
In lirst-ln.MK liutimei"
King St., adjoining Geo
Kamaoka and Napolcona, drunk,
had to pay SO each.
L. G. Anderson, was fined $10
and 83 costs for deserting hark T.
R.Fostcr in default 20 days' im
prisonment at hard labor.
Frank Davis was charged with
stealing 850 worth of liquor from S.
J. Shane about May 31st. It was
proved there were certain quantities
of liquor at tho Commercial Hotel,
and that the box containing the lot
was misshur; that defendant and
another half-while had a correspond
ing box ini their possession, and held
high revel with their friends until
the contents were cxhnusled ; that
defendant missed a pair of shoes,
and that ' n pair' had been. found5 at
the back door of the hotel 'saloon
Owing to the absence of an impor
tant witness, defendant was remand
ed until the prosecution moves.
ALBERT O. SMITH,
Attorney at Law and Agent to
take Acknowledgments. No. 0 Knaliu.
manu btrect. , , 1Q2 Cm
FANNING'S ISLAND GUANO in
quantities to suit. Apply to tho
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
Household Furniture for Sale !
THE undersigned desires to sell her
entire household furniture, con
eistingi of lilaci: wnliiiit, hair cloth,
parlor bet complete; bedroom set, chef,
fonlur, nearly new; kitchen stove and
utensils; nlso n vinlciy of furnishings
too numerous to mention. Apply lm.
mediately at 148 Queen Street.
113 tf . MIlS. CItOOKS.
Later Saving, Soft Soap.
WHAT ALL Families, Hotels and
Laundries need. For sale at W.
E. Herrlck'fl Turning Bhop.Bothol St,.
by (77 2m) WM. U. UUDDY.
Election of OlIicoi'H, Hula
wa Sugar Company.
AT tho annual meeting of tho Stock,
holders of tho llalawa Sugar Co.,
held August 17lh, 188.1, tho following
oftlcerd were chosen for the curront year;
Mr. John II. l'nly President
" P. C, Jones Treasurer
" .T. (). Carter Secretary
" Q.J. Ross Auditor
Messrs. TJioa. It. Foster and James A.
floppcr, Directors, J. O. OAKTEK,
Secretary llalawa Sugar Co,
Honolulu, August 17, 1885. 100 lm.
I h. ij wr a gjm
I jif "i " v j . j J
Vt j yy
Tii in mill ff,',
!wn"f mm i
mid priceH to unit tlio llmcw.
W. Lincoln, Contractor & Builder. , , Cm
Only Restaurant in Town Owned and
Run by a White Man. Employ
ing no Chinese Waiters.
First-class board by the week, month or
transient. Special accommodation for
ladies anil families.
Ht3F"Heading parlors open for guests
qf tho house. The coolest diuing looms
in the city. NO FLIES,
109 lm H. BARBER.
Q, L.U60 Hawaiiano.
ALL persons who want to cominuni.
cato with tho Poituguesc, either
for'husinoj!', or for procuring workmen,
servants or any other helps, will find It
the most prolltable wuy to advorliko in
the Luso ffawaiiano. the now organ of
tho rortuuueio colony, which ii pub
lished on Merchant stuet, Gazette Build
ing. (I'ost-Onicc Letter Box K.), and
only charges icasonablo ratm for adver
tisements. Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND. COPYIST.
Books and Accounts neatly and cprrcct
ly kept, uls-o ull kinds of copying 1 1
tended to. Ofllct with Jluuueo is Bo.
bcrtson. 81) If
Ice Cream Parlors !
No. 85 IIotolKStroot.
Delicious flavored Ico Cream mado
from pure Dairy Cream, Fruit Ices,
Sherbets. Ico Cream Drinks nnd mauy
other refieshmeut8 con bo found nlways
nt this really first-class resort. Choico
Confectionery and Cakes in great
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
For tho convenience of the public we
pnok orders for Ico Cream in Patent
Refrigerator Cans, wfclch hold from 1 to
40 Quarts, warranted to keep its delight
ful flavor and perfect form for many
RIiiR- Up Tolcpliono 1 SS,
jerThe Elite Ico Cream .Parlors aro
open daily until 11 r.u., ' 138 ly
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