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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. SEPTEMBER 22, 188G.
Is mw for al? utii.v at tlie FM!&winsr Places
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The Legislative Assembly ha been
doing some good work of late, although
the tendency to tediou3 debate is still
apparent. However, members really
manifest a growing disposition to bring
the session to a close, and some even
cherish the hoe of finishing it by the
end of the present month. It is possible
to accomplish this by diligent applica
tion to business; but we by no means
think it probable. Mr. Cecil Brown yes
terday moved that there should be night
sittings, but his motion was not adopted,
Mr. Kaunamano having delivered a
humorous speech against it, in which he ,
illustrated the difficulties in the way of
getting the Housa to settle down to busi
ness after dinner. It was resolved in
stead to assemble earlier each day and
lie more diligent in work. We note
these jKtints because they are of interest
as showing the bent of the legislative
mind on the one hundred and seventh
day of the session. It Ls about time
some change of method was adopted to
In the Assembly on Monday a resolu
tion was passed instructing that a select
committee be appointed to report upon
the measures to be adopted for a becom
ing celebration of His Majesty's fiftieth
birthday. The resolution was moved by
Mr. Aholo, and supported by His Excel
lency Mr. Gibson, who thought that
the committee should likewise make
a recommendation as to expenditure.
This is a proper course to take. The oc
casion is au interesting one, the King's
life being coincident with nearly all the
great progressive movements in the
country, and his own name, as ruler an J
promoter, is inseparably associated with
the more important of these. It is not
for us to anticipate the action of the
Committee when appointed, but we trust
its report will not be put oft' until too late
for consideration and review by the
Legislature. The fiftieth, or jubilee
birthday of His Majesty the King, should
be made the occasion for a national dem
onstration of loyalty and affection un
surpassed in any of its features hereto
fore. The Legislature will be called
upon to vote the money for this object,
and there should be no niggardly spirit
evinced when an appropriation is asked
for that purpose.
The length of the session, and the ex
pense incurred for engrossing, trans
lating and printing bills, reports and
public documents, imposed the neces
sity of providing more money for the
expense of the Legislature, and a joint
resolution appropriating $15,000 for that
purpose was considered and passed on
Monday, and reported back approved
yesterday. This was prompt work, and
shows what may be accomplished when
the Legislature really means business.
A bill to amend the law relating to
private ways and water rights, intro
duced by Mr. Castle, was the subject
of animated debate on both days.
It is needless to follow this debute,
which disclosed not a little error and a
great deal of prejudice. It. is sufficient
to say that the bill passed, with several
amendments. If the complaints of the
members of the Bar having seats in the
House are based upon facts and we be
lieve they are then it was high time
that the law should be amended. It is
to be hoped the bill in question will cure
The Electric Light bill came up for
discussion yesterday, and after consider
able debate, and a statement of policy
bythe Minister of the Interior, it was
laid upon the table. This was the best
thing to do with it. The bill in josses
sion of the House was the committee's
substitute, and not the original
measure introduced early in the ses
sion. The subject, no doubt, is a diffi
cult one, and it should be left
to the Government either to carry
the project out themselves or enter into
a contract to have the work done.
But when much older and richer com
munities than Honolulu have abandoned
electric light after trial, this city may
very well be excused for exercising a
prudent discretion in its adoption, v
The Appropriation bill came up for
consideration in committee yesterday,
when it was passed to engrossment, and
is to be read a third time next Monday.
The Finance Committee reported that
the total amount of appropriations up to
yesterday was $3,822,970 36. This is a
large sum of money, but it did not cover
all the permanent settlements em
bodied in bills that have been passed by
the Legislature. There are other addi
tions to be made to the bill. This will
probably delay the final passing of the
Appropriation bill for a day or two.
elates and slate pencils given away tliia j
week atC. J. Fishel'd. i
There was a big haul of the akule fish at i
Kualakai la-t evening. j
The G. A. II. will have a camp fire at j
their hall next Saturday. !
The firm of Kwong Hong Chan &. Co. has
a notice in another column.
Sixty-five dozen of boys' suits at greatly
reduced prices, at C. J . Fishel's.
Hereafter marriage licenses will be $1
each. They used to be 2o cents.
Two passengers returned from the Vol
cano yesterday by the W. G. Hall.
The usual services will be held at the
Lyceum this evening, commencing at 7:30
The book of the season. Tue Honolulb
Almanac and Directory for 1885. Price,
W. Sakenfi has opened a Chinese intel
ligence office at the corner of Nuuanu and
Val Blatz Milwaukee lager beer is the
finest in the market. Dottled expressly
for this climate.
The brigantine J. D. Spree keLs took a
small mail to San- Francisco yesterday
Lfrom the Post Office.
Mr. J. J. Williams will photograph the
Legislative Assembly at 4 o'clock this
afternoon, if possible.
The Royal Mail .steamship Alameda is
due on Saturday from the Colonies, en
route to San Francisco.
Malaria, the curse of large sec tions, is
positively cured and prevented by the use
of Duffy's Pure Malt Whisky.
On Thursday the People Ice Refrigerat
ing Company will pay a dividend of $1 per
share at the office. Fort street.
'arker F. Makee of Waihee, Maui,
arrived by the W. G. Hall yesterday and
is staying at the Hawaiian Hotel.
The Oceanic Company's steamer will be
due at any time after noon to-day from
San Francisco, with dates to the 15th
The sale of the effects of J . F. McLaugh
lin, by Mr. Lewis J. Levey, has been post
poned from Thursday to Monday, the 27th
The Legislative Assembly meets at 9:30
o'clock this morning instead of 10 o'clock,
in accordance with a resolution passed in
the House yesterday.
Soi Yung, charged with assault with a
pistol on Mr. Fagerros, and also for carry
ing a pistol, will have his case tried in the
Police Court this morning. . . .
Yesterday Mr. S. M. Damon purchased
Mr. J. F. McLaughlin's carriage horse for
$290, and Mr. W. S. Luce became the pur
chaser of the buggy for $95. . . -
The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of
Honolulu returned from Maui yesterday
by the steamer W. G. Hall. The Bishop
held service at Wailuku on Sunday.
No book ever published contains so much
reliable and valuable information regard
ing the Hawaiian Islands in such small
compass as the Honolulu Almanac and
Directory. 1S86. Pri:e. 50 cents.
The usual services will be held at St.
Andrew's Cathedral this evening at 7:30
o'clock, conducted by the Rev. George
Wallace, who will deliver a brief address.
After the service, the choir will hold a rehearsal.
BEFORE rKESTON, J.
Monday, September 20th.
Papaikou Sugar Co. vs. F. II. Austin,
petition for mandamus. Heard, argued
and submitted. On the 21st the Court
decided that the defendant pay cots.
W. R. Castle for plaintiff; Jono. Austin
Tuesday, September 21st.
In re estate of M. Kurnalae, deceased.
Ordered that letters of administration
issue to A. Rosa under bond of $2,000;
also that lie be guardian of the person
and property of Jacob M. Kurnalae, a
minor. A. Rosa for petitioner.
before judd, c. j.
The King vs. George Glendon, gross
cheat. Ordered that venue be charged
from the Third Judicial Court to the
Supreme Court, October term. A. Rosa
for the Crown ; W. A. Whiting, for defendant.
A I.unfii I'urtj".
Yesterday afternoon Her Royal High
ness the Princess Likelike entertained
Captain John J. Phelps, of the American
yacht Brunhilde, Mr. T. W. Hillard and
a party of friends at lunch at her resi
dence, Waikiki. The occasion was an
exceedingly pleasant one.
Messrs. Wing On Wo & Co.,ofMauna
kca street, beg leave to notify the public
that rhey have just received a large quan
tify of XXX and other choice brands of
Manila cigars, of the best quality," for sale
at moderate prices.
I'OKT OF HONOLULU. 11. 1.
TrEsDAY, September 21.
Waimanalo, Nelson, from Waimanalo,
Am bark Atlanta, Kilman, 30 days
Schr Ehukai, from Waialua, Oahu
Tuesday, September 21.
Stmr Likelike, Lorenzen, for Kahulul, Hana
and Kaunakakai, at 5 p m
Stmr Iwalani, Freeman, for Eauai, at 5 p in
Stmr Kilauea Hou, Cameron, for Hamakua, Ha
Am brgtne John D Spreckels. Friis, for San
Francisco, at 10 a m
Bol bark Hon Nicolas, Ross, for Victoria, B C
Scbr Mary E Foster, for Kauai
Vessel? Leavluir To-Iay.
for Lahaina and
The Barkentine Planter.
The new American barkentine Planter,
which arrived at this p ort last Thursday
on her maiden trip, is a vessel of 493
tons register, and is owned by J. Kent
tield & Co., of San Francisco. She was
built for the Hawaiian trade and will
run regularly between here and the
Coast. The Planter was built at Port
Ludlow by C. Murray of San Francisco,
and her construction was superintended
by W. 11. Perriman, her present com
mander. The following are her dimen
sions : Length of keel, 157 feet ; length over
all, 168 feet; beam, 36), feet; depth of
hold, 132 feet ; length of rails, 125 feet.
The vessel is built of the best California
woods. Her cabin is commodious and
airy, and contains lour double berthed
staterooms. The interior is fitted up in
an elegant manner, and the floors are
covered with costly rugs. The Captain's
cabin is a model of neatness, the wood
work being of polished mahogany. Ad
joining this is the pantry and then the
chief officer's and stewards' rooms. They
are large and well ventilated. The
Planter is a perfect model and quite an
addition to the fleet of sailing vessels
which regularly visit these Islands.
Captain Perriman speaks highly of her
sailing qualities, the helm being an
swered with ease and rapidity. As soon
as the vessel is unloaded, Capt. Terri
man will throw her open for inspection.
Stmr e R Bishop, Cbaney,
Hamakua, Hawaii, at 4 p m
Stmr Waimanalo, Nelson,
Schr Waiehu. for Kuau. Maui
Schr Kulamanu, for Puna
Schr Luka, for Hakalau, Hawaii
Scbr Kawailani, for Koolau, Oahu
Schr Manuokawai, for Koolau, Oabu
A Vessels in Port from Foreigu Ports.
Am scbr-yacht Brunhilde, J J Phelps, from
San Francisco, via Monterey, Cal.
H IJ M's ship Tsukuba, Fukisbima, from the
Bol bark Don Nicolas, Ross, from Port Towns
end Brit bark Isle of Erin, Jamea Inster, from
Am bark Edward May, Charles A Johnson,
from Boston. Mass
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from Port Townsend,
Am bktne Planter. W R Perriman. from Port
Am brgtne Cousuelo, E B Cousins, from Saa
Am bk Forest Queen, J C M Winding, from
Am bk Atlanta, from Port Townsend, W T
testelsExperieii frum Foreign Ports
Brit ship Hospoda, J Babcock, from Newcastle,
N S W. due octoher 10-30
R M S S Alameda. H O Morse, from the Colon
ies, en route to San Francisco, due September
RMSS Mararoa (Brit), James Edie, from San
Franciuco, en route to the Colonies, due Octo
RMSS Australia (Haw). H Webber, from San
Francisco, en route to the Colomes, due Oct 8
Am stmr Surprise, from San Francisco, due
Haw stmr Waialeale.J Hall, from Ocean Island,
due September 30th
Am bktne Eureka, J Lee, from San Francisco,
due Oct 1
Brit bark Glengaber, Holiest on, from Liver
pool, due Jan 15-31
Ara bark Caibarien, G O Perkins, from San
Francisco, due at Mahukona Sep 30
Am schooner W S Bowne, A 11 Paul, from San
Francisco, due Oct 1-8
Am bark Martha, Fisher, from Glasgow, due
Am bktne Ella, E C Rust, from Saa Francisco,
due Sep 25
Am bark Hope, D W P Penhallow, from Port
Townsend, due Oct 20
Last evening the Hon. Win. G. Irwin
gave a dinner in honor of His Excellency
Hon. H. A. P. Carter, Envoy Extraordi
nary and Minister Plenipotentiary at
Washington, at his town residence, Fort
street. A number of invited guests were
present to meet Mr. Carter.
Roman Catholic Fancy Fair.
An interesting gathering took place
yesterday afternoon at the Convent of
the Sacred Heart, Fort street, on the oc
casion of the holding of a fancy fair,
which had been got up by the Sisters
for charitable purposes. The latter,
with true christian charity, decided to
devote the proceeds not only within the
limits of their own denomination, but
beyond it. The various articles offered
for sale were contributed by the industry
of the girls attending the Convent school,
assisted by lady friends, and met with a J
ready sale, the stalls being nearly cleared
by4p. m. There was a large attend
ance, including the boarders of St. Louis
College. Refreshments of a superior
quality were provided, and the affair was
brought to a close during the evening.
From windward ports, per steamer W G Hall,
September 21st Right Rev Lord Bishop of Hono
lulu, P N Makee, Rev J M Alexander and wife,
Mrs H C Briggs, H B Atkins, Jas Turnbull, W F
Ray, J McCarthy, F Haley, J Hamauku, Mrs Kia
Nahaolelua and three children, Mrs Makakoa, 3
Chinese and 71 deck passengers. From Volcano:
Harry Arinitage and E F Bishop.
For Eahului, etc, per steamer Likelike, Sep
tember 21st Mrs W O Atwater, Miss Maikai Na
poleon, Mrs H P Baldwin, J L Purvis, Capt H
Reynolds, Rev Father Sylvester, A Barba, C A
Yariek, W Eckart and about 80 deck passengers.
For Kauai, per steamer Iwalani, September
21st Hon S B Dole, W H Rice, Chas W Spitz, E
Kruse, Mrs Willing, Mrs J Ailau and about 80
.St. Matthew's ay.
Yesterday was the Festival of St.
Matthew, and was celebrated at St.
And.-ew's Cathedral by a celebration of
the Holy Communion at 6:30 a. m. and
morning prayer at 9 o'clock, with an
address by the Rev. W. H. Barnes.
BEFORE POLICE JUSTICE BICKKRToN.
Tuesday, September 21st.
Samuel Spring, Geo. Harrigan. Joe
Manuel and Palaite, had each to pay ;ij
Hy Brown, for assault and battery on
Kalama (w), was found guilty and sent
on the reef for three days. Costs, $1 20.
Wakinikena, charged with deserting
his wile, was remanded to the 23d.
There were two other cases of China
men charged with assault and battery,
which stand remanded until the 22d.
The American bark Atlanta, Captain D. O.
Kilman, arrived at this port September 21at, 30
days from Port Townsend, W. T., with about
700,000 feet lumber.
The barkentine Planter was decked near the
Oceanic Company's wharf, September 21st, to
discharge her 617,000 feet lumber.
The barkentine Forest Queen has been moved
near Wilder' wharf to finish discharging her
The schooner Ebukai arrived off port at 7 p. m.
September 21st, with sugar from Waialua, Oahu.
She leaves again to-day for Waialua.
The brigantine John D. Spreckels sailed for
San Francisco September 21st.
The Bolivian bark Pon Nicolas sailed in bal
lasa for Victoria, B. C, September 21st.
The American bark Elsinore, Captain Geo. W.
Jenks, is 67 days out from Newcastle, 5f. S. W.,
with coal f jr this port.
The Oceanic Company's steamer may be looked
for this afternoon or early to-morrow from San
The schooner Mary C. Bohm ls still on the
Marine Railway being repaired.
The steamer Kilauea Hou was detained till
abcut 8 p. m. September 21st, taking on board
general merchandise for Hamakua, Hawaii.
The steamer W. G. Hall arrived from windward
ports, September 21st, with 270 bags sugar, 51
bags awa, 108 hides, 4 kags coffee, 12 pigs, 32
head cattle and 112 packages sundries. Reports
very fine weather along the windward coast.
The steamer Iwaiani took a full cargo of gen
eral merchandise for Kauai September 21st. She
also took a 7-ton boiler for the Koloa Sugar Plan
tation from the Honolulu Iron Works.
The steamer C. R. Bishop sails this afternoon
for Hamakua, via Lahaina.
Be it Enacted by the King and the Legislative Assembly of the
Hawaiian Islands in the Legislature of the Kingdom assembled:
That the further sum of Fifteen Thousand ($15,000) Dol
lars be and the same is hereby appropriated out of the public
monies for the purpose of defraying the necessary expenses
of the Legislative session of the year A. D. 1880.
Approved this 20th day of September A. L). 188G.
HERE WE COME TO THE FKOiYl1
-With a fine assortment of-
Which we will sell at the following LOW PRICES ;
Boys' Suits from -
Youths' Suits "
Hen's Suits bS -
Our Furnishing Goods are all guaranteed, are as fine in quality, and as CHEAP in price as
any legitimate bouse can afford to sell in Honolulu.
REMEMBER THIS STOCK IS NEW! REMEMBER THE PRICES ARE
' LOW AND OUR GOODS ARE GUARANTEED!
Z5T We cannot afford to give trash away to draw customers, but will sell you something which
will give satisfaction and make you call again at
EAGA 1ST & CO.',
Fort and Merchant Streets.
SLATE AND SLATE
School will commence soon again and parents shall
BEAIi IIsT MINX)
That CHAS. J. FISHEL will give GRATIS
ONE SLATE AND SLATE PENCIL
With every Boy's suit we sell. We have over 65 dozen of Boys' suits on hand, which we will sell
at greatly reduced prices.
One .Slate auil .Slate Peueil given to every purchaser of a Boy's suit.
Come And price my BOYS' SUITS, as they are the best selected and cheapest stock in this city.
THE LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE.
a. D. FREETH.
W. C. PEACOCK.
FREETH & PEACOCK,
Wholesale Wine aiitl Spirit .Meroli suits.
23 jNTiiiaaiiii street
Honolulu, H. I.
Sole agents for J. J. Melcher's " ELEPHANT " GIN, IVllinson's uncotored,
unsweetened, pure old BRANDY only two qualities shipped, 7 and 10 vears old.
Hy. W. Smith & Co.'s
S. Lachman & Co.'s CALIFORNIA WINES, etc., etc. We offer for sale at re
duced figures, a large and well assorted stock of ALES, BEERS, STOUTS,
WINES, SPIRITS, LIQUEURS, etc., either in bond or dutv paid.
O. Box 504.
Telephones So. 246.
E. E. Mayhew,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
86 Hotel fit reel, Honolulu.
(Opposite Fashion Stables).
P. O. BOX 315.
BELL TELEPHONE 53.
Ail work In my line faithiully done. Pians and
specifications made. Jobblug in all details done
at shorT notice. Good work and low charges is
my motto. :Kt-neo5-w5
House Carpenter & Builder,
DR. S. E. CRADD0CK,
Physician and Surgeon.
(Late Government Physician, Waianae,
Office and residence:
Hotel Street, Opposite Library.
8 to 11 a. m,
2 to 4 i. m.
7 to 8 p. m.
The Popular Millinery House,
104z Fort Street - Honolulu.
1ST. S. 8ACH8, Proprietor.
To Commence MONDAY, Sept. SOth.
POSITIVELY FOR TWO WEEKS O.NLY.
The eutire STOCK will be offered
At Cost and Less than Cost Price
To iuaVe room for an immense new otock to arrive shortly.
Most of our PKlCt.S
CUT IN" TWO!
Th'. ls a bona fide sale, and we guarantee to offer
Genuine Bargains in Every Department.
All gooJs will be marked in plain figures, and SOLD FOH CASH ONLY.
104 Fort Street
: : Honolulu.
look jL.rr ti-ie: PRICE L I ST.
ICrMRS. MKLLI8' dressmaking establishment on the premises.
OPENING OE NEW GOODS,
B. E. EHLEES & CO.
DO YOU WANT a fine family turnout, horse, phat ton, harness, etc. ?
DO YOU WANT a nice home for your family ?
DO YOU WANT a good safe, cheap?
DO YOU WANT a good road break ?
DO YOU WANT a neat ttide-bar buggy ?
DO YOU WANT to rent a cottage ?
DO YOU WANT an agent to look after vour biiHinesiJ interest ?
IF YOU DO, -ull on or addrena
General BnaineBs Agent, Merchant "tree I.
Bell Telephone 172.
I. O. JIox 313.
Mutual Telephone 374.
Just receiveil, ex Lapwing, a largu consignment of
Genuine German Cologne
Prepared by Johann Maria Farina,
Gepuber ileui Julichs-Platz Cologne, Germany.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
1O0 Fort Street.
The undersigned. SOLE AOENTS for Mens. Lachman it Co.' celebrated Wines, offer for le,
at lowest market rates,
MUSCAT (Hweetand dry),
ETC., ETC., ETC.
MesBrs. IicLinan A: Co., l.eing the largest producers on the Pacific Count, are enabled to place
their "VVIXES In this market at prices that defy competition.
V. O. Box 501.
PEACOCK, Solo Agents.
Telephone No. 46.
31 Alakea Street.
Will furnish estimates and make cor. trot ta for
any description of wood buildings.
KAWAIXL'I In Honolulu, September 21st, to
the wife of J. I'. Kawainul, a daughter.
all kinds done, and satisfaction
Charges as low as the lowest.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX
ictln? under the firm name of Chung Lee
& Co., doing business at Ookala, island of Ha
waii, has been dissolved by mutual consent. Ham
Foy Leu Lung and Loo Sing Chee having conveyed
their respecti ve interest to Kwong Lee Yuen At
Co. The business will be continued under the
firm name of Kwong Lee Chong. The under
signed are alone authorized to collect all out
KffOXO LEE YUEN & CO.
And remaining other partner,
KOK FAN' YEE.
We hereby consent to the above publication. .
KWONG LEE YCEN,
By No Wiko O.vo.
HAM FOY LEU LUN.
65 tf Honolulu, September 18, J8SG. 389Jsep25woc6
DAVIS & WILDEE,
Importers and Dealers in
Staple rihI Fnney Oro eerie. I'rodnee, Iro llon nml Fee!.
ISTo. 52 Fort street.
Particnlar attention is called to the fact that all goods in our line are WARRANTF.n FRESH
and of choice quality. All ircportations are so regulated as to avoid accumulations of old stock.
FVRTCSH BTtUITS, VEGETABLES,
Ice H ouse Delicacies
Received by every steamer from San Franciuco, embracing all varieties the market affords.
WOODLAWN DAIRY BUTTER, in 1-tb bricks, and oth r choice Island Butter, always on band.
Daily deliveries to all parts of the city, Waikiki and the ralley.
Both Telephone, No. 1J0-