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HONOLULU OARnlADH CD.
Hack stand i Merchant and tfort
street. Telephones, 335.
TI1UKSDAY, OCT. 2u, 1888.
Bclir llniiibnw for ICoolntt
Stmr Knala for Wninlun, and Waianne
at 0 a m
Stmr Kalmlloa for Lnhalna at 4 p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr C It Bishop for AValanae, Walalun
and Koohui at Dam
VESSELS IN PORT.
US SBiookhn, Wilson
JlUtuo W II Diinond, Diew
BfcOO Whlttnoio, Waul
Urlt l)k Cninnrvonshlic, Willlnius
II B M S Cotmoiant, Jasper NIeolls
Ship Daniel Barnes, Stiovcr
US S Alert, Uinliam
BkO DBiyaut, Leo
For Maul per BtinrLlUellkc, Oct 21
Mrs W O Wilder and child, Miss Helen
Wilder, Stair Kapu and wife, Mis A
Lovell, Thos K Nathaniel, Mrs JUS
Kalco and 05 drck.
cargoes from Island ports'
Stmr O It Bishop 390 bgs rice.
Echr Kaulllua 857 bgs sugar and 40 bgs
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A coiTAai: on Liliha sticct is to
Pakai has been fined $100 for sell
ing fcimented beer without licence.
Mi:. J. J. Williams lias withdrawn
liis connection with the "Pnradibe of
Mu. Luther Wilcox presided in the
Police Court this morning in the ab
sence of Judge Dayton.
The tax appeal board sits at Wni
"jilua to-moirow. Police Justico Day
ton left for that place this morning.
regular meeting of the Debat
ing Society will bo held this evening,
tho subject being capital punishment,
All tho young men who desire to
join the Y. M. C, A. singing clasb
should bo piesent at 7 :30 o'clock this
The pioneer lock and gunsmith,
Mr. Alex. Flohr, Bethel street, repairs
safes, scales and sewing machines at
Hon. H. S. Townsend, assistant
principal of the Kamchameha School,
has been quite ill tho past two weeks,
but yesterday was much better.
Mr. J. Heleluho, who may bo
found at Palama, has parcels of land
for salo in different parts of tho king
dom, as specified in an advertise
ment. Do "not forget tho combined band
concert at the Hawaiian Hotel this
evening. Everyone is invited to bo
prebent and a rare treat may be
Sixty days imprisonment at hard
labor with a fine of $50 was tho pun-,
ishment imposed on a Chinaman
named Kum Pang, yesterday, for
having opium in possession.
A native named Hoopii was yes
terday sentenced to pay a fine of
fifty dollars and bo imprisoned, at
hard labor for eighteen months, for
larceny of about $7L50, the property
Capt. Byron Wilson and officers of
the U. S. S. Brooklyn were yesterday
presented to His Majesty tho King at
Iolani Palace, by His Excellency
Geo. W. Morrill, United States Minis
The Honolulu Steam Laundry
changed proprietors to-day. Mr. C.
Klemmo is tho purchaser. 'Tho now
proprietor promises to carry on the
business in such a manner as to give
to all new and old patrons entire sa
tisfaction. Fon 30 days tho "Leading Millin
ery Houso' of Chus. J. Fishcl will
sell goods at a gicat sucrifico, to
mako room for an enormous stock of
now goods coming. Special otten
tion is called to tho i eduction made
in the prices of hats, linen-lawns and
NnAitiAr ovciy availablo ship car
peutor and blacksmith is being cm
ployed onboard tho U. S. S, Brook
lyn, making oxteiiBivo repairs. Tho
ship's canvas, nails, etc, two being
mended and patched by a force of
40 men or jnoro, in the skating rink
and in tho Old Corner house.
By tho bark II. Hackfcld, which
arrived tho other day from Lherpool,
Mr. J. T. Wntorhouse, Queen street,
received and has for sale galvanized,
corrugated and plain iron, tubs,
buckets, paints, boiled and raw lin
eeed oil, castor oil, crockory and
glassware, and a quantity of other
At tho concort by tho combined
bands, at tho Hawaiian Hotel, to
night, a dancing cloth will be spread
in the lingo parlor of tho Hotel, and
ladies and gentlemen so disposed can
dance to tho concort musio. Car
riages will bo admitted to tho baok
part of tho Hotel grounds only; the
front will bo resoned for pedestrians.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
28 columns; purely locul matter
nt" t Jlalicu t j
EVENTS f HIS EVfetllHOa
llobnting Society at 7:30.
Combined band concert at
Hawaiian Hotel at 7 : 00.
Y. M. C. A. singing class,
Drill Co. A Honolulu Hitlo,
Kmnohamclia Lodge of Perfection
No. 1 A. and A. S. R. nt 7:30.
SECOND COMBINED CONCERT.
There will be another of those de
lightful combined band concerts
which nre rarely heard in Honolulu
nt the Hawaiian Hotel this evening,
at 7:30 o'clock, to which the public
is invited. Following is the pro
gramme: 1'AltT I. ROYAL HAWAIIAN
Overrule Semlrainldu (.new)1.
Waltz Toreador (new)
Galop Vivat (new)
l'AKT II. u. s. s. linOOKIAN,
TEEN MUSICIANS, D. l'ICCA, LKAUEKi
0erture Cnllph of Bagdad.. Bolcldleu
Selection Bohemian Girl Balf e
(Jlaiionet Solo La Batcacpronta
INTEULUDE TIIUEE KATIVE SONGS.
Ala lllkl Mai and Ipo Lauae.
Mai ch Ciowu Prince Kial
Ovci turc Tancrcdl Jlosslnl
Waltz Lama i . . ..M Mocker
Medley Flc.isant Mcnioiles... . .-.Beyer
God Save tho Queen.
Star Spangled Banner.
SANTA CLAUS IN TOWN.
One of the most attractive places
in town at the present time is Wn
terhouse's No. 10 store, Fort street.
The upstairs room ib a sight to be
hold, filled as it is with toys of
every description. To enumerate
them all would fill a volume, but
among others may be mentioned by
cycles, trycles, velocipedes, rocking
horses, doll's carriages, wagons,
carts, diesscd and undressed dolls,
mechanical toys, games of all kinds,
baskets, building and alphabetical
blocks, china tea-sets, musical in
struments, foot-balls, Noah's aiks,
guns, croquet, tennis and cricket
sets, fishing-rods, etc. Not one
quditer of the things have been
mentioned. As the early bird
catches the worm, parents and oth
ers should call at the store at once, -I
and not delay. The quality of Wa
terhouse's stock of holiday goods
needs no comment whatever.
SUPREME COURT NOTICE.
The following notice is posted in
the office of the clerk of the Supreme
Whereas many cases, locally be
longing to tho seveial Circuits, are
brought in the Supremo Couit,
whereby it has frequently become
impracticable to try all the cases
within the statute terms, and where
by the jurors of the Supreme Court
have the burden of trials which
might be brought in the Circuit
It is hereby ordered: That, in
making up the calendar, ejectment
cases for land in the 2d, 3d, and
4th Circuits, and other causes where
the parties or the defendant re
side in, or where the causes of action
arise in, said Circuits (even when
such cases are continued from a
previous term), shall be placed on
the calendar after all other jury
Rule XXII. is hereby modified
By the Court:
William Fosteu, Clerk.
Honolulu, Oct. 22, 1888.
BITUMINOUS ROCK PAVEMENT.
A new pavement i3 now in the
San Francisco market, which bids
fair to soon come into geneial use.
It is bituminous rock pavement.
Tho piocess consists in disinte
grating tho rock at the mines by a
patent machine and converting it
into bricks by hydraulic pressure of
live hundred pounds per square
inch. This squeezes the oil out and
leaves a compact malleable brick,
which can bo mouldedto any size or
shape, including bricks for water
channels. It can be laid down
cheaper than any other pavement in
cement, is noiseless and practically
indestructible. It can be shipped
anywhere and is easily handlod.
The bricks can be used for side
walks, avenues, stable floors, cel
lars, yards, etc. They are cheaper
than wood or composite stone and
will last forever. The bricks are to
bo made so many inches square and
one could tell exactly what labor,
etc., would cost. The work of ten
dering is reduced to a certainty as
the ami to bo covered would bo
Samples of tho pavement havo
gone to England and the Austialian
Colonics. Thero is no doubt an
unlimited field for a noiseless indes
tructible pavement, and as Califor
nia lias the only known rock fit for
the purpose and owns the patent
machine and patent for the brick as
well, it looks like a pretty secuie
Some of tho pavements have been
laid down in San Francisco. It is
intended to send some to Honolulu
and have it laid down on some
street where tho most trafilo occurs.
Capt. J. II, Brown when at the
Coast saw this pavement and no
doubt will be ablo to give full par
ticulars regarding its usefulness.
Minister Thurston was to liaye been
shown tho pavement before ho left
A company has been formed, tho
stock ail taken and the machinery
will all be manufactured before the
end of the year. It looks as if such
a pavement is just what is wanted
On Tuesday last Ofllecr C. B.
Reynolds of the Board of Health
instructed special olllccr Ktugsley to
go to Ewa for tho purpose of ni rest
ing several lepors known to bo in
that district, v Kingsioy has had
some experience in this line, having
recently captured a number on the
island of Kauai. A list of names
.of those suspected being lepers was
handed to Kingslc', and two or
three of the names were specially
marked, as being men who were
likely to carry shooting irons. Rey
nolds had been thcie himself nnd
was fully acquainted with the char
acter of these two or three men.
On Wednesday Kingslcy, with tho
Deputy Sheriff and a policeman,
called at the house of a suspected
leper named Manucla, but he was
not in. They then proceeded to
Aikulanl's house, and were within
three hundred yards when file was
opened on them by Aikulani and
.also Manucla. In all Kingslcy
counted nineteen shots. The nine
teenth shot struck him, passing right
through tho calf of his leg. The
latter had a Colt's revolver and used
it. One of the lepers got behind a
horse and fired nt the olllcers from
underneath tho belly. All the time
thclipcis were firing they were re
treating until they finally got on to
n blulf and then Kingslcy stood
little chance with them. One of
the shotq Kingslcy fired struck the
horse which the .leper was hiding be
hind. It i oiled over apparently
dead. The lepers used Winchester
Kingslcy telephoned to town what
had happened and. at 5 o'clock last
evening Olllccr Reynolds left for
Ewa. lie met Kingslcy coming in
alone. Dr. Wood dressed the wound
nud to-day he is in a comfortable
condition though he will have to lay
up for several weeks.
Hon. D. II. Hitchcock is in town
waiting the ai rival of Mrs. Hitch
cock and liis daughter Miss Aline
on the Zealandia. They will all
leave for llilo next week. Miss
Almc has just passed the law course
at Ann Arbor, and has been ad
mitted to the bar of tho Supreme
Court of Michigan. She will apply
for admission to the Hawaiian bar
and practice in Hilo along with her
father. It will be the first instance
of a lady being admitted to practice
in the Couits of the Kingdom.
SUFREME COURT OF 1 HE HAWAIIAN
ISIANDS OCTOBER TERM.
Wednesday, Oct. 21th.
The King vs. All Sun Pervert
ing justice. Tried before a foreign
jury who return a verdict of not
guilty one dissenting. Attorney
General for the crown ; V. V. Ash
ford for defendant.
at ciiAJinr.iss nuroisn iiickekton j.
George D. Frceth by his attorney,
W. A. Whiting, voluntarily petitions
to be adjudged a bankrupt. ' His
schedule of debts shows 82,031.35
unsecured and $1,500 secured, a
total indebtedness of 84,134.
Thursday, Oct. 25th.
The King vs. Ah Gnng and Ah
Lai. Gambling. Tiied before a
foreign jury. Attorney-General for
the crown ; A. Rosa for defendants.
Thursday, Oct. 25th.
Acting Police Jusice W. L. Wil
cox presided duiing the absence of
Judge Dayton on business pertain
ing to "tax appeals.
T.B.Murray was charged with aid
ing and abetting the desertion of
scimcn from the IT. S. S. Brooklyn
on October 23rd. On motion of
Mr. V. V. Ashford, counsel for de
fendant, the case stands remanded
until called up by the piosccution
on one day's notice.
John Brown, and l'eahi had cacli
to pay tho usual amount for drunk
enness. HEWS ITEMS.
A patent has been finally issued
in England for an electrical type
King Humbert of Italy is reported
to be in failing health from con
sumption. Gold dollais are used for bangles
a,ii(l trinkets to such an extent that
they havo become scaico and com
mand a picuiiuin of 25 cents.
A l'ai is linn has produced porous
glass for window puues. The pores
uio too fine to admit a draught, but
they assibtin ventilation.
A movement for the appointment
of Englihh workingini'ii us Justices
of thu l'caco has icsulled in the se
lection of several with satisfactory
results, and it is being pushed still
Tho oflicial language of New Mex
ico is Spanish, which is used in tho
courts and in the Council and Assem
bly. Legislative debates ate car
ried on in Spanish, and laws are
fiauied in that lunguago.
The wealth of tho principal na
tions is set down as follows' Tho
United States, 857,000,000,000;
France, $ 10,500,000,000; Groat
Britain,S40,000,000,000 ; Germany,
825,000,000,000; Russia, $15,000,
000,000; Austiia, 814,000,000,000;
Italy, 88,000,000,000; Spain, 87,
,r00',000,000 ; Asia, 805,000,000,
000; Africa, 85,000,000,000; Brit
ish Columbia, 85,000,000,000.
CGL8 OtOHABE Itl HeW VOiiR,
Vrt1i,,ng along llic Icimcti'tf
foundation of the approach to the
Biookiyn bridgo I found one of thu
arches "utilized in a very ingenious
manner, being occupied a9 a cold
storage warehouse. There is an
other on West street near Washing
ton Market and tho business is so
good that a third ono has becu
erected uptown. Tho method is to
freeze meat by artifical process and
hold it in this condition as long as
may be required. The advantage
is a security against a glut in the
market. Conversing with tho pio
neer in this business, who has car
ried it on for ten years with success,
lie told me that last spring the price
of dressed beef was so low that a
large quantity was put into his es
tablishment and frozen, thus keep
ing it for three months, when an
advance took place and the meat
was sold at a profit. He also told
me that he employed nearly a dozen
men nud consumed ten tons of ice
a week, and also paid 84,000 a year
for his warehouse, and even with
all this expense it was n paying
business. Sometimes the niaikct is
overstocked with poultry, and a
heavy decline in pi ices may be im
minent, but the dcarlcrs escape this
by tho cold-storage system, which
is now ono of tho prominent features
of tho market si'stem. N.Y. Corr.
gg?g 1 I 'J-1UI11
Advices from Africa say that an
expedition of 300 hussars led by
English olllcers left Winnebah, on
tho Gold Coast,J,o punish the ne
groes for muriiering Captain Dal
rymplc. The expedition was met
by a well armed force of natives and
a severe engagement took place.
The battle resulted in the defeat of
the natives, with a loss of 300 killed.
The hussars also suffered heavily,
sixty-four of their number being
killed and most of the survivors
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Kear of Lucas' Mill.
COTTAGE to IiET
ON Liliha street, this side
of School street, lately
i occupied by Mr. Chas. Kib-
Bent $12 ner month.
M. S. GJRINBATJM & CO.
LANDS FOR SALE !
TDAltTIES desiring G'd
Iliuse Lots uml Acri.
cultuiul Lands mav imiuiro
of the tintkrsigned, as I am read) to
rent or leu e good nnd desirable Litids
for good homesteads in the future. The
Eamu lire us follows:
10 House Lots at Hamahamo, Waikiki
kai, Oahu; U of these are close to the
Government road and closo to tho sea
1 House Lot at Palolo, Oahu.
1 House Lot at Ktuluwcla, Oahu.
1 House Lot at Waikalialulu. Oahu.
1 Agricultural Land atHauuIa, oahu.
1 Agricultural Land at Ewa, Oubu.
4 Pieces ut Polani, Lalmlna, Maui.
1 Piece at Nahlkn, Maui.
1 riece atllamakua, Hawaii, formerly
owned by 8. Paalulii.
BSyThe above Lands will be leased to
to those wishing from 10 to 15 yers. I
will be found at Kapalama, Honolulu.
Oahu. J. HELELUHE.
Honolulu, October 35, 1883. 81 2w
Bethel st , next to General Post
All kinds of Safes & Scalos repaired.
AIbo, Heyvlnc Sluclilnex at reason
Bell Tel. 421. (oct.25.S8 ly) P. O. B. 400.
No. 10. , No. 10.
A Largo Assortment of
CHRISTMAS TOYS !
STAPLE & FANCY GOODS.
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
JUST RECEIVED EX BARK
Galvanized, Corrugated & Plain Iron,
Paint White Lead & White Zinc
Boiled & Haw Linseed Oil,
A Largo and Varied Assortment of
J. T. WATERHOUSE,
81 Queen Street. lw
T" HE ONLY LIVE RAPER i"
Honolulu "Thu Dally Uulletin.
CO cents per mouth.
lEW GOODS !
p tai'k bind1 1 h niS&ft.' C &K &n mmM "
-I!AS ' 7
With n Cargo of
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Life Insurance Co..
OP NEW YORK.
Cash Assots, Docembor31, 1087
Thoio who dcslro safe and proutnhlo
Life Insurances arc invited to apply to
S. K. ROSE,
Honolulu, General Agent, Hawaii tn
Islands. oct 0 8S-ly
Tho Nippon Yii'cn Kalsha's At
BitowN, : : Commandeh.
Will be duo here from Yokohama on or
about the 13th November nnd
will lenve for the above
ports positively on the
M of tie same Month !
Chinese Pn'seugors for Hongkong
will be trans-ferrcl at Yokohtmu b
first stemuer leaving that port.
CQrFor Freight or Pniiii;e li.tving
mpeiior accommodations apply to
"Wm. G. IRWIN & Co.,
78 td Agents.
MAKE ROOM FOR
During Mr. Fishel's absence, who
went East to buy his Holiday
Goods, our entito stock of
Fancy Clothing, KIioch, Ilntn JL
CapH, JXilllnory, ..,
Will be sold at Greatly Reduced Prices
In order to make room for Now
Gooclh. Wo will ofler tho
Biggest Bargains in
DRYand FANCY GOODS!
In this country.
Our $5 IfatH will be sold for $2.7(3;
Our G Hats will bo eold for SJ3.75;
Our JFTf Hals will bo sold for i?1.75;
Our $10 Hats will bo sold for MOO;
Our $15 lints will bo sold for Jf8.75.
We Mo Remnants
In all Departments !
Got d6 will be fliiuj;l)tercd for
TIIIUTV DAY3 ONLY.
Boys' Fine Straw Hats only 25
Our Linen Lawns tak thu cuke,
Price our Ribbons !
Our stock of Kibbons is complete nnd
you inny expect bargains.
We Must nnd wo Will soil in order to
mako room foi New Goods.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Corner ol Fori & Hotel Strcots.
:? & 05 FOilT
By the "Zcaiaudia,'5 duo here on the 27tli
or 28fch of tins month, Mr. Ehrlich will re
turn to Honolulu with a large and complete
stool of Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing
Goods, Ladies', Gents', Misses' and Chil
dren's Boots and Shoes, etc., personally se
lected by himself in San Francisco and the
East, and which will only need inspection,
to which the public is cordially invited, to
hi. inii 1 1
XQCd-AJre Ac 003MCE-A.I',K".
ien? s mmmg uoods, &g.
To lie M in mr store in ile finite !
MY ofllco will ho closed from Bcplcm.
bcr22tnl to Oclxbcr 27th, during
my nbsenro from tho Kininlom.
JL K. QHOSSMAN,
SG tf DeutiM, US Hotel St.
NOTICE to CltEDlTOllS.
rpiIE undersigned having been duly
X appoiulcd unci piitliflcd us Admin,
i'trators nith tho will nunexcil of the
Eslutu of Fnmuel Gindiur Wilder, late
of Honolulu, (Ict'iMsed; hereby notify
nil persons hnvinj; clulins ugaiust said
declined to present tho sumo, duly mi.
thenticatcd, with tho proper voucher if
any exist, even if sccuicd by mortgage,
to vvm. I.'-. Alien. ji,R(., ai mo uaiiu or
Bishop & Co., Honolulu, within six
months fioni this
foricr barred. "
dale or.tiier wilt Do
A. r. JUDD,
"W. P. ALLEJT.
AdminislratcrB with the Will utuiexcd
of tho Kstate of S. G. Wilder, do.
Honolulu, October 1 1, 188S. 70 J ni
People's Ice ife Rofrlgpratlni; Com.
nuiy h.ttinq latfly I u.l' Two Large
llcfriguiuluis a tti' Ice Fui tuiy,
nro now prepared to storo Jlem-,
FruiU, Vegetuliles, otc, in pamu at
reasonably rates. ') no ritUwwlll )m
glY' n ''i pr'M t ! i- hj, Cold Sty
iuao iwi'tiinii I'i.uto ! liy the muti
neer at the ruriorj. JJotli TV..
illumes at the Voils lio r.
J. h. WJUjISU,
70 lw 1'iesldunt.
JL iv i
answer to funil uiiiililo-, con-
riilnir Whale Bin fiaines, .
have now hi cursc of (oiinti notion
i! Whale Boat I'l nines 74 foot by 2 feet
long, These, fiaims aio bent in one
pieco of oak, ami In 1(1 to Fhapu, thus
leiiuli iin' little tact to Fct them up and
build. The full fiamu for such bo it,
including cants, t m films In number,
Is sold at gt-V, ' v 1 1 H Ui-gohienis on kcid,
ami ready to plan . )j40. They me not
Intended to bo clinker built, nor us tlu
fiail impelled whalu boats pi opor, but
are Intended for rough use and durabi
lity, yet light withal, for Hulling uml
lulling purposes. We havo expoitd
these frames and. Intend doing bo, una
nuiko this offer to aumteuis mid others
desirous of trying their hand, with
plenty of lelsme and small cash to inalso
u business. Will bond frames to nnv
given model fiom 0 to 25 tons. Also m
hand for salo Biufnud Pleasure Boat.
Stems, Knees and Timbers. Mutual
Telephone No 1123.
DOWUU & SON.
70 tf Boat Builders.
G3 & G5 Forfc Street.
M' W'PHir-rwwiiwuwisiM umaumi !
17 - 88
ONE line Milch Cow,
price, 125. Apply
at tho Bulletin Ofllco.
9! 8td oaw
MKS. M. B. CAMPBELL,
DrcMsmulcliiR, :o., dfco..
Has commenced the business of Dross
making, Cutting and Kitting, at bar resi
dence, No ':t Berctania street, opposite
the Hotel. Tho patronage of the ladies
is respectfully solicited. Satisfaction
S omo tliin g-
Whoso "ad" is it? Why,
Who has opened a
Coffee Saloon, on Hotel Street.
A Hot Dinner is provided Every
Day from 1 1 :30 a. w. to 1 r.- m. .
K?"Comu and try his Collee, etc.nft
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Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. J
KNOW all Men by those Presents,
That, iu luciirditicn with tin pro-
v Muu 't Bw.it M 2, Chapter a, of the
bin m Laws of lrtn, .1 M. Maulounld.
Ji . Died in Urn nib t of the Minister of
the lute, ut an ujvli ulou for a CertlQ.
onto f opyiivhi for a booV entitled
' The Honolulu Business Directory, be.
lug a professional commercial and trade
aililroi;'? book of tun city nnd suburbs,
corrected up to d o of ibsuo," which
said application is accompanied by the
oith ot the said applicant that bo is the
original id Ural author of sid book.
Now, t'icreto a, Ji!s Certificate i to
grant unto the batd J. M. Macdonld,his
ficlrs or u9lgns for the term of Twenty
Years, from the Ti nth Day of October,
One Thousand Eight Hundred and
1'ighty eight, the tioluiive right to
print, io print, publish, uso and vend
tho Faid book throughout the Uawallaa
In Witness wherecf I have caused
this Ccrtillcate to be issued at Honolulu,
this 11th Day of October, A. D. IBS
nnd tho b'eal of the Department ot tha
Interior to bu hereto afllxul
Minister of the Inteiior, aJ intrtm.
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