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SATURDAY, SEPT. 2c7 ISSo.
Stmr Likellkc fioni Knhului
Stmr Jns I Dowsctt from Molokal
StmrMokolll from Molokal
Slnir Iwalaul fiom llmuakit.i
" DEPARTURES. "
Sebr Ealubow Jor Koolau
VESSELS LEAVINC ON MONDAY.
Stmr Llkellke for Knhulul
Sfmr.T. 1 Dowsctt for Molokal
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
Sebr Kawallanl for Koolan
Stmr Kllattca Hon for w Indwnid poi i
Ser Hnlcnknln for Pcpcckeo
VESSELS IN PORT.
SS Alaincdn, Morse
II I ) S 8 Cliiil(tpber(.'oliimbu", 12
II R M S H Satellite, Allngton
From Kabuliil, per steamer Llkellke.
Sept 20 A Eno5, wife mid 2 chlldien. C
Uroser, C K Knpule. W K Bailey. GS
Jones. .T Cowan. M Monsarrat, C J
Deeriug, Apana, R W Meyer and family.
Miss Dccihur and 1 10 deck.
The steamer Kilanea Hon brought
2,500 bags of sugar. She balls on Mon
The Italian nian-of-war Is moored off
the P. M. S. S. wharf.
The steamer Llkellke. hi ought 05 basr
The steamer Kinaii i- due to-monow
The Italian man-of-war sail to-morrow
The Planter, from Kauai, i due to
morrow. The heliooner Mnlolo will '-all about
The steamer James I. Dowclt
. brought 1 IS bheep and 10 head of cattle.
The sloop Lark is being lep.thed and
cleaned. Capt. Peter Lai kin will run
her to Molokal for lteh.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
En'ginu Co. No. 1 has street drill
at 4:30 this afternoon.
Yustkuijay's Police and Supicmc
Court reports on fourth page.
Orncui. visits to the men-of-war
in port arc all the "go."
Tin: S.S. Australia, from the Co
lonics for San Francisco, is due at
this port to-morrow.
Tin: Kapiolani Home being built
at Kakaako branch hospital will be
completed next week.
To-day's new advertisements are
too numerous to mention, but com
prise matters of interest to all.
Two copper-capped hitching posts
are being put down in front of
Bishop & Co. ' bank on Merchant
Instkad of giving the usual con
cert at Emma Square, the band will,
play on board the Italian man-of-war
Miss Montague and her husband,
Mr. Turner, are engaged in leading
parts for a prolonged opera tour
through the United States.
Last week the Bishop of Olba
dedicated a new Roman Catholic
church at Waiannc, and confirmed
one hundred and fifty candidates.
Mr. George Lucas has the contract
of taking down the woodwork of the
Kawaiahao church tower, and re
placing it with stone ' to the top.
The work has been begun.
Mn. M, D. Monsarrat goes to Mo
lokai by the steamer Dowsctt Mon
day, to level a piece of land at Ka
malo, when a trial artesian well will
Tiiu local design for the beautiful
has been on exhibition for some days
at West, Dow & Co.'s was from a
painting by Mrs. J. D. Strong.
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The sale of real estate at auction
this morning by Lewis J. Levey was
well attended. The house and lot
on Ewa side of Foi t street, above
Kukui, was sold to Wm. Jarrctt for
Tim sociable of the Bethel Union
Church for October will bo held on
Thursday evening of next week at
the residence of Rev. E. C. Oggcl,
the pastor, on Nnuanu avenue. There
will be lcfreshmcnts and a lino
literary and musical programme.
Majoii Daku's lecture on "Grant"
Monday evening will bo delivered in
the Y. M. C. A. hall, instead of Fort
Street Church as first announced.
The trustees of tho church objected
to holding any entertainment there
in, for which tickets are to bo sold.
Mn. Lewis J. Levey bought the
lease of the A. "NY. Pcirce building
on Queen street, sold at auction this
.forenoon by order of tho Govern
ment. It has three yenrs to run,
and Mr. Levey will at once occupy
the premises with his auction and
Wiiilb repairing Fort street
Church steeple, Mr. Lucas's work
men found a swarm of bees just
above the organ loft. About four
sugar kegs of comb were deposited.
Much decayed wood was replaced
with sound timber, and the steeple
is now thoroughly staunch.
I'liot'itiKToits of land on School
sticct, between Niuianu and Liliha
streets, are prevented from building
upon their lots, by the fact that no
water is furnished to that locality.
The' arc asking why the Interior
Department docs not utilize the
water pipes, lying rusting in many
places, to afford such localities a
Dn. Homer B. Sprague, late head
master of tho Girls' Latin High
School of Boston, has accepted the
presidency of Mills' Seminary in
Oakland. Since the death of Presi
dent Mills, which occurred about a
year since, Mrs. Mills has been at
the head of tin's institution. Dr.
Spiaguc is spoken o"f as possessing
qualities which admirably lit him for
the olllce he has been called to fill.
Tiik Honolulu baseball club, al
though defeated this season, evi
dently intends to win the laurels of
the next. One of the crack players
of that club wns talking this morn
ing about having the Royal Hawaiian
Band to play at the grounds on
Saturdays during the game. He also
spoke of planting trees in a circular
form about the field to keep the sun
off the dc oted heads of the players.
Tins morning His Majesty enter
tained Captain Volpe and officers
of His Italian Majesty's S. S. Cris
toforo Colombo at breakfast. At
noon His Majesty went on board the
vessel in compliance with an invita
tion to lunch. lie was welcomed by
a salute. Distinguished companies
participated in botli entertainments,
besides the guests of the occasions,
and the Royal Hawaiian Band fur
nished music in each case.
O-ni: of the sheep by the steamer
J. I. Dowsctt this morning was
smothered to death. Tho captain
says it is very common for the sheep
to rush to a corner of the vessel,
and if one falls it is generally
smothered by tho others tramping
on it. It takes six or eight men
sometimes to separate the sheep
when thus huddled together, and
when it occurs at night thcie is no
hope for those underneath.
Wiiux Major Dane takes the plat
form at the Y. M. C. A. hall, Mon
day evening next, to expatiate upon
"General Grant, the Soldier and the
Man," a rare piece of moral fervor
and patriotic eloquence may be
anticipated. A good theme and an
able speaker, the two conditions of
a powerful address, will be happily
brought together, on the occasion.
The theme is one which both lecturer
and audience will fully appreciate.
Whoever is not thcie will gain little
and lose much.
Two private carriages collided
opposite the residence of Hon. J. I.
Dowsett last evening. One inform
ant observed that the smash-up was
due to recklessness, as the drivers
had an unobstiucted roadway to
pass on. A vigorous whipping-up
process ensued, as if the intention
of each party was to "tear through."
It was impossible to take stock of
the Jehus in the dark ; arid besides,
the spectator consulted his own
safety by getting out of the way as
far and as fast as possible. An
other observer attributes the acci
dent to the fact that one of tho car
riages carried a single lamp. The
damage was a few spokes broken in
a wheel of one of the vehicles.
Sr.r. those beautiful peacocks and
feathers, for sale at King Bros.' Art
Store, Hotel Street. 132 8t
L. Aw.uu begs to inform the pub
lic that he has received an elegant
assortment of gentlemen's, ladies'
and children's shoos per Alameda.
On Sunday last Mr. Smith, of
Grove Ranch Plantation, invited a
few of his friends to a sociable
dinner party. Amongst those pre
sent were tho following: Mr. A. F.
Hopkc (U. S. Consul), Messrs. J.
Dowsctt and C. Deering, of Hono
lulu; Messrs. C. B. Makce, G.
Ashley, C. M. Y. Forstcr and John
Sidling. The host, with bis usual
hospitality, catered in lavish and
elegant stylo to tho wants of tho
inner man, the table literally groan
ing with n load of the choicest
viands. After fair Luna had as
cended well into the zenith the
party, which was most enjoyable and
pleasant, was brought to a close,
and all wended their respective ways
to their homes, with feelings of
good fellowship to each other, and
their host in particular.
On Monday last a luau was given
at the residence of Judge Kuihclaui,
Wailuku, in honor of tho youngest
son of lion. Samuel Parker. Tho
lanui was very prettily decorated
with ferns, leaves and flowers of all
kinds, nnd the table was covered
with tho choicest viands. Amongst
tlioso present were Judge Kuihclaui
and Mrs. Kuihelani, Mrs. Everett,
Mr. and Mrs. G. Biclmrdson, Miss
Nccdham, Miss Piasco, Misses, II.
and E. Parker, M. and II. Lowe,
Messrs. C. Forstcr, J. Stclling and
others. In the evening some of
those present look advantage of the
moon and went out tiding round the
vicinity of Wailuku.
THE Y0SEMITE MASQUERADE.
Although the niasqucrado and
maypole dance at the Yosemltu link,
last evening, was a great success in
point of patronage, the performance
on skates was hardly up to the last
previous one. There was les3 origin
ality and not so much richness of
costumes, and there was a falling off
in the number of skaters. How
over, there was at least as much
fun in the affair, it was well
managed, aud the maypole dance
succeeding the unmasking was
a very attractive addition to the
event. There weic about a thou
sand spcclalois present, and neatly
fifty skaters in costume. ' Several
harlequins kept the audience in a
pleasant mood by their f unity' antics
throughout the whole performance.
The grand march, led by a little
shepherd and sheperdess, was well
executed. Sixteen young people
participated in the maypole dance,
and on the whole made a graceful
exhibition. The judges of the mas
querade were Mis. J. M. Oat, Mrs.
Dr. McAllister and Mrs. Dr. Gray,
and Messrs. J. M. Oat, C. A. Brown
and Purser Sutton of the Alameda.
Their awards wcro as follows : Most
elegant costume, Maid of Erin, Miss
Maggie Morgan; most original,
Music, Miss Emily Wall ; best sus
tained, Market Woman, Frank Fer
ris ; most comical, Nurse and Child,
Messrs. Hall and Pfeiffer. Notably,
among those who wore pretty cos
tumes were : Miss M. Morgan, Miss
E. Wall, Miss S. Clarke, Mrs. Dr.
G. L. Fitch, Miss Trcgloau,
L. Scott, Mr. Rothwell, Mr.
Darling, Mr. F. Gardiner and
E. Williams. Mr. Wm. Wall,
cher for the Occanics, represented
a crow. He flew about the rink
looking for grub, and winged his
way about the skaters to catch a fly.
The rink was tastefully decorated
for the occasion with flags, festoons,
pictures and lights. Among the
audience were many marines from
the war vessels' in port.
Cathedral. High mass at
Vespers at 4:30 i si.
St. Andrew's Cathedral. Rev.
George Wallace will preach at 11 a.
si., and the Right Rev. Bishop
Willis at 7 :30 r.sr. Sunday school
at 10 a. si.
Bethel Union Chuiicii. Sunday
school at 9 :45 a. si. Preaching by
Rev. E. C. Oggcl, pastor, at 11 a.
si. and 7:30 p.m. All are cordially
Native Chukches. The quarterly
exhibitions of Sunday schools will
be held at 10 :30 A.st. , at the Kawai
ahao and Kaumakapili churches. In
the evening Major Dane will deliver
an address, through an interpreter,
at Kaumakapili church.
Fokt Street Chuiicii. Sunday
school at 10 a.si. Rev. Mr. Cruzan,
the pastor, will address the Sunday
school on temperance instead of the
usual children's sermon, at the 11
o'clock service. Evening lecture at
7:30, especially for young men: "Is
he a gentleman?" All are invited.
Y. M.'C. A. Bible class for young
men at 9.45 a. si. There will be a
union children's service under the
auspices of the Association, in Fort
Street Church, at 3 r.si., to be ad
dressed by Major Dane. Subject,
"Temple Builders." All English
speaking children are cordially in
vited. The C:30 praise service will
Saturday, Sept. 20th.
D. L. Awaawa, by furious and
heedless driving yesterday, came
into collision, this morning, with
fine and costs, $10.50.
Low King, Ah Sen, Long Loy, Lee
Sing and All Fat were up for viola
tion of cxpicss regulations. Low
King was lined $4.20 and noted an
appeal to Intermediary Court. The
rest were fined each 81, except Lee
Sing, whoso figures rose to $(i,10.
The prosecution of tho four China
men run in on the 21st for gambling
A nolle pros, was entered in tho
ease of Ah Kin, charged with per
jury on the 22nd in tho case of Rex
vs. A. Hec.
The following beautiful tribute to
the wife of General Grant is from
the Washington Republican :
It was the happy fortune of him
whom the nation mourns to love and
be loved by Julia Dent tho model
daughter who became the ideal wife
and mother. Who can estimate the
indebtedness of the repulHic to this
lady? Who can say who will ven
ture to say that a less fortunate
marriage might not have prevented
tho development and fruition of all
the great possibilities of Grant's
The story of the wedded life of
this couple is a benefaction to
humanity, teaching lessons of the
purest domesticity, commending
mutual love and confidence as the
only sure foundation of a happy
home and tho best equipment for a
There were dark days in the early
years of this couple ; they trod a
narrow, rugged path, but they made
it wide enough to go side by side,
hand in hand, heart to heart, for
the- clung close to each other.
There were times when, had the
wife been despondent, fretful, com
plaining; when, had she been any
thing but the lender, true, loving,
bright, hopeful woman that she was,
her husband might have fallen by
the wayside, his high destiny unsus
pected, his name almost unknown.
"Amid tho storms and the sorrows
of life the affections of man may
veer, but unchanged and unchang
ing is the true heart of woman she
loves and loves forever." The
storms were not so dark nor the
sorrows so thick as to cause any
change or shadow of veering in the
affection of U. S. Grant for his
young wife, and her deathless love
was the light of a fiexd star.
There were years of poverty in
the ante-bellum life of the Grants,
and the wife was called, by stern
necessity, to forego many of the
luxuries which lend a charm to home
and mitigate the cares and troubles
of existence. But poverty did not
chill the heart, dim the eye, sadden
the voice, or weaken the confidence
of the wife. And the husband,
cheered and solaced by hopeful
sympathy, kept his .troubles from
the world and quietly pursued the
path of duty, although it is scarcely
possible that he could have been
entirely ignorant of his own great
From the time when Grant enter
ed the volunteer army, called out to
serve the Republic, until the collapse
of the rebellion at Appomatox, there
was scarcely an hour when his re
putation was secure. The world
can never know how much he was
made to suffer by cruel misrepre
sentations. But when envy, malice
and detraction were doing their
worst he had one safe refuge the
love, the trust, the unwavering faith
of his wife. And when the Avar
was ended, and the world was pay
ing tribute to the genius of Grant,
there was one person who felt no
surprise at his achievements, for he
had accomplished just what she had
expected. Her faith had anticipated
all, and may we not say that her
faith, her love, her consolatory and
cheering influence had made it all a
Of Mrs. Grant as mistress of the
White House it must be said by him
who writes justly that no lady ever
filled the place more admirably.
She had no ambition to take part in
the affairs of state. She did not
care to be influential in the disposal
of patronage. Her only desire was
to be a good wife to the President,
as she had been to the captain, to
the leather dealer, to the colonel,
and the general. All that public
duties required of her she did, not
ostentatiously, nor yet wi h bashful
timidity, but with the grace that
conies of good sense and right pur
poses. Her happiest hours were
those devoted to her children, and
no children in this or any other laud
had a better mother. Wherever the
Grants have been or however situ
ated, whether in poverty in Missouri
or in splendor in Washington :
whether in the highest stations at
home or the most honored guests of
kings and emperors of Europe or
Asia ; whether in the lap of luxury
or buffeting the wave of financial
disaster, Mrs. Grant has been true
to the promise of her youth has
been the best gift of God to man
a model wife and mother.
Her place in the nation's heart is
secure, and the prayer of the peo
ple is that she may long live to wit
ness their devotion to her husband's
memory, and to bo blest by the
loving care of her children and
On the General's staff in one of
his campaigns was a rough and
ready lighter; " full of strange
oaths" and stranger vulgarities.
Ono evening, in the presence of
General Grant and several brother
ofllccrs, lie opened tho conversation
in some such way ns this: "Well,
boys, I've got a mighty good tiling
to tell you. It would hardly do to
repeat, of course, in the presence
of ladies." "Well," Grant inter
rupted, in his firm hut quiet way,
" allow me to suggest, then, that it
might be advisable to omit it in the
presence of gentlemen. "-St. Joseph
A nice Cottage, 3 rooms, cook
ihouse and largo yard, No. 131
ILilihn street near School street.
Rent very reasonable. Inquire at
128 2w M. S. GR1NBAUM & CO.
DR. URINKEHIIOFF'S bystem of
Rectal Trcatmont. A new treat,
ment for Hemorrhoid , Fistula and other
diseases of the rectum, by u process
sure, safe and painless.
DR. McWAYNE, 34 Alakea st.
Z ,'! C-, tn
B w :
M. A. CONSALVES & CO.,
Are Now Receiving Fortnightly
Xr-raOiML" THE O O A. S T ,
A Complete Stock
In Part as
Casks Uacon, Barlcuti Crabs,
Kegs Butter, Cases Raking Powder,
Corn Brooms, Beans, every variety,
Cases Medium Bread, do Saloon & Pilot
Sacks coarse and lino Bran,
" whole nnd cracked Barley,
Cases Pearl Barley, do Corn Meal,
" Crackers, do Cod, Bundles Cod,
Sacks Am (Jollec, do Kona Collec,
Cases Canned Fruits, do Honey,
Barrels Flour, various brands;
Smoked Herrings, Crabs,
Casks Dupee Hams, do Buffalo llama,
Casci Jellies, Nos 1 and 2 Kerosene Oil,
" F.iirbank's Lard, do Banner Lird,
" Armour Lard,
" Picnic Lobsters, do Coml'sd Milk
Sacks Middlings, Onions, Crates,
Lowest Market Prices and Every Article Guaranteed.
A Fine Assortment of Wines, &c,
On hand and to arrive per JUPITER now due,
A Select Lot of Choicest Madeira Wines.
1113 M. A. GONSA.LVES & CO., Wholesale Grocers, Beaver Block, Honolulu. 2v
Telephone 210 in both Cos.
LEWIS k CO., GROCERS,
T jviitl OI Ilotol Htreot,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
Eislom Sliad, Flounders, Rock Cod, Smelts, Crabs, Eastern Oyster?, Cain Fresh
Roll Butter, Cauliflower, Red Ciblmges, Bunker Club House Sausages,
Mallard Ducks, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Grapes, &c &c.
Howe Ridlsh, Roots nnd Celery, SwUs Cheese, Cream Clicesc, Edam Cheese,
German Smoked Sausages, German Plckle3 in Kegs, Holland Herrings In
Kegs, Kits Salmon Bellies, Kit- Mackerel,
Aud iv Complete Line oi" Fancy & Staple Groceries,
AhvayH on. IIu.nc.1.
Goods deliered to W.iikiUl, Tuodays and Fridays. Goods delivered to all parts
ot tho Town.
Henry May & Co.,
Bog to iii form their pa
trons that they will deliver
goods sit " Waikiki," early
on tho mornings of Wed
nesday and Saturday, and
would respectfully stsk that
orders may he sent not
later than Tuesday and Fri
They also heg to notify
their friends that they de
liver goods twice si day on
the "Plains," "Nuuami Val
ley'' and "Palama," and
would sisk that orders for
morning delivery should
reach them by J) o'clock,
and for afternoon delivery
not later than '.i o'clock.
iS licieby given that I havo Bold all
my light, title nnd interest together
with the good will nnd secret of making
tho celebrated Fisher's Champagne
Cider. Thanking my friends and tho
public for past favors, 1 would solicit a
continuance of tho Bamo for my sue.
cessnrs. ISRAEL FIS1IKK.
Honolulu, Sept. 8, 1885.
In connection with the above the uu.
dersigiii'd would respectfully glvo
notice lo their friends nnd tho public In
general that, having bought of Mr. IJ
Fisher tho light to and secietof making
the article known as Fhher'n Cham,
pagno Cider, they nro now piepared to
till all ordeia for the same nt tliushortest
notice, Wo intend that tills Cider shall
be n llrst-class nrticlu. Orders left with
O. E. Williams, Fort street, or addressed
to M. T. Donnell. at the Factory, No. 13
Llllun btrect, will recclvo prompt atten.
tlon. FISIIEH'S GIDEH CO.
M. T. Donneix, Mnnttger. 119 If
of Staple Groceries
Cases McMurray's Oysters,
Cnscs Oatmeal, do Ohvc Oil, 3 gal drums
Boxes Italian Paste, Cs English Pickles
Sacks Potatoes, Boxes Rnsins,
Barrels Columbia Rhcr Salmon,
" Columbia Itlvcr Salmon,
Cases Maltese Cross Salmon,
Kits Salmon Bellies, Crates Skipjacks,
Boxes Yellow Soap, do Blue Mottled do
" Cube nnd Powdered Sugar,
Barrels Crushed Sugar,
Sacks Raw Sugar,
Cases Spices, every variety,
" Tribecuin, (.Men's),
" Japan and China Teas,
Casks Red and White Vinegar,
Sacks Wheat, Cnses Cracked Wheat,
P. O. Box 2U7
fiefs Stmsliip Co.
Commenting on Monday, October
12th, nnd thence on the Hint Monday
following tho arrival of the Alameda
and Mariposa on the 8th and 22nd of
Tho steamer JKiimu will make the
Volcano Trip, reaching Kcauhou on
Wednesday morning, giving TourUts (
two days and two nights nt the Volcano
When the 8th and 22nd of tho month
fall on Monday, tho Kiiinu will leave
tST Tickets lor tho Round Trip, $50, which
pays all Charges.-ia
The Kinuu will arrive In Honolulu
Sunday mornings on Volcano Tiips. On
Hllo Tilps, will leave Honolulu on
Tuesdays, and return Saturday morn.
Ings. WILDER'BSTMSHII CO.
Honolulu.Sept.il, 1885. 121 tf
FOR SAIE CHEAP.
One Light Ton Family
Wagon nnd 1 Top Busl.
ness wagon. Apply to
Contractor and Builder, 109 King street.
To Let Furnished,
AT Kllauca, Kauai, a comfortable
llouso and Cottago eminently sulta
ble for n family wishing to spend a
thort time in the country. Apply to
130 if Kilnuca Sugnr Co., Kauai.
1 MANNING'S ISLAND GUANO lu
. quantities to suit Apply to the
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
jkoohs to iii-yr,
mola Furnished or unfurnUhed, ecu
AJESStru'lv located, within len miu.
MHUWntcs walk of the Fost.Omcc.
Address, P, O. Box ?07. 131 lm