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A'1 -r. v.PAY, Oct. 0
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Mr. Robt. Halstead, of Waialua, is in
lHl,fi(.:u WaKinac Boston crollersare mentioned else-
for Maui ami
r Mnni and
( for Kauai, at
fi- ;n 111- . . .
.:.I:fr,M at K. m
VPlIanialaia. .:J':-'f'lr Kot'laa.
a . . v.
' Micaulay. for Kapaa,
Chance for an orchestrone n.t. nnfmn
Another Government land sa1f i nA.
A quiet wedding is whisnered tn r-
off this evening.
Chas. Turner was honorablv nnnnJHoi
of furious and heedless drivin
Two drunk and three neritirv wPrP tl,
charges entered up till 11 o'clock p. m.
The Mutual Telephone Co
new card just printed contains 587 numbers.
r; n'fihim. l allao, !? A.
I I I i I 1 V l T ' 1
" ')'. e Wiiliams. Newcastle.
There is a dearth of irasolino in the
city, but a fresh supply is said to be
Mr. J. J. Sullivan, of the F.isl lion
Stables proprietary, is rnstic-itlmr
The woman who refused medicnl nt-
tendance on her injured child is not its
'' Where l roiu.
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.V,1 L IKl 11 11 llf-'K K-i'cc
Services will be held in th nntml
Union Church and St. Andrew's C:itli-
dral this evening.
Mr. M. Mclnernv's store is now indi
cated by a plain gilt sign on the corner
ot ins splendid new block.
A man on being asked if he was still
driving said he gave up because he could
not take the second degree in the hack
Messrs. Isaac D. Iaea, Sol. Naawao. J.
G. Hoapili and Jos. A. Akina have been
added to the roll of practitioners in the
i::na:i San Francisco. Oct
ant Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
IlMrn WiKkr. C L Wight, Mrs
..Er;nt I.vman. Miss Ostroin,
:ii.J S U'Vl'b, Mrs Akona ami
HI' H'Tf, Y Alan, Chun See,
y.ur. H Kuiliehmi, and about
dantl Maui, per stmr AV CI
-F.ir Vulcan. : C V Wilson, V
:A I! Hoover. For way ports:
W K Herrii k. Col S Norris, K
VKiit'lniL'.l Kalianu, C Iieard,
: Lieut Uoltt W Parker and
hiiK'M' and 75 deck passengers.
s r:A Niihau, per stmr Mika-
'-.Mr anilall, who and son,
iiil.JH Kaiwi.J L Hackfcld,
and a!out M) deck pas-
A gentleman who latelv arrived in the
country went to Kona by the W. G.
Hall, to examine the chances ot getting
land for a colTee plantation.
Mr. John Sherman has resigned the
position of engineer in the Makee Sugar
Company's mill at Kealia, Kauai, which
he had filled with marked ability for
The special meeting of the Mutual
Telephone Company opens at 10 o'clock
sharp this morning. It is called to take
measures for consolidating the company's
debt and changing the bvlaws.
COMMERCIAL AD VERTTSF.T? OCTOBER 10, 1S8S.
The point raised in behalf of Mahe-
lona, in his appeal from conviction for
stealing in the Tolice Court, that the
personality of the firm whose goods he
stole should have been proved, has been
Three witnesses in the case of Kam
Chun low vs. Wailama, heard by Judge
Bickerton in Supreme Court Chambers,
were arrested on Tuesdav under a war
rant charging them with perjury in the
j-.W. S. Downe is unloading cargo
-ovrWm. Kenton is due from
.!:i:i!;e lairliiie will leave Ililo
iiT San Francisco.
MW.d l'.arnes and Carnarvon-
il ili:iir t oal at the coal whart.
nr.ineW. (i. Irwin sails to-nior-
-v;t l'ikj t,,ns rice for San Fran-
-"tTlw.ilani is line to-day f rom
H.iA;iii, via Lahaina, with
Lilly !-ainsim will leave to-
Jin l rancisco witli a lull
'I. Drvant lias been shifted
:T-"S wharf to Fort street wharf
Mikahala saile.l on Tues
"'"'iM'leralilo cariro of ireneral
.imluiliii'' a 7-ton boiler from
V- Maefarlane it Co. for Wai
y'Uers and 1 centrifugal pump
'r C. 1L. P.Ul.nr, which
1 bank of mud while entering
r .! k" i .. .1 . .. i t
""-'''in, m loniiay inorn-
uiHs,iav niorniiiL- at
M. Ilewett's stock of station
will be offered at auction by
Mr. Levey, beginning at 10 o'clock this
A . 1 1 1
morning. As tne goous are new ana
fresh, this affords a good opportunity for
replenishing counting room and private
A new Portuguese paper is to be
started, on 50 shares capital. An order
went forward by the steamer Australia
for plant. Prof. M. J. de r reitas is to be
the editor, and the journal will represent
the Azorean section oi the above nation
The Makee Sugar Company will begin
taking olf next season's crop in Decem
ber. An increased area ot 4o0 acres is
under cane on their two plantations, Ka
ma and Kealia. With abundance of
rain the growth has been line, while a
great deal of money has been saved olf
A Chinese retail storekeeper applied
with the fee in hand for a renewal of his
business license at the Interior Depart
ment the other day, but on being in
formed as a precaution that he must
keen account books in English or Ha-
jwwiiig the lea injury, and Waiian he pocketed his money and de
to arrive here this after- parted.
COURT OCTOBER TERM.
'T:CE MVUI.LY, PRESIDING.
Ta ksoay, Oct. 0.
;iMlna.m, takes re
at 3:7 adionrn f,-,r tlw
The general store started at Kealia,
Kauai, bv Messrs. Theo. II. Da vies &
Co., has been bought by tno iveaua
Store Company (understood to oe uimer
the auspices oi me iaKeo ougui vuur
pany), and is in charge of Mr. Geo. K.
Fai f child, assisted bv his son who lately
i" - -
AX Ol'IUM .JOINT.
ol atljourns for the arrived from Ohio.
Kaliananui vs. Ka- Five houses floated from the branch
yesterday. Ordered Wnitnl. Kakaako. to the new site at
Z f baturail' oxt pav $75 Kalihi had been landed and a sixth was
eoirS e?lr'nsL,s aml -5for en route up to Tuesday evening. Three
tV . m buildings remained to be transported.
Apparatus A XflAt.na,,-,
After our report was taken off the
Station book on Monday night, Capt.
Hopkins and a native officer 'landed
three Chinese in the cells for opium in
possession. They were caught by stra
tegy in the old Custom House, that has
been used as a Chinese theater. Ten
tins of the drug were captured, and an
elaborate joint plant was discovered,
peaking tubes, signal wires, traps, dead
falls, doors without limit, were met with,
lhe ofheers had six doors to pass
through before coming upon the smok
ing room. Among those seen but not
caught in the gambling room was a
Chinaman whose signature has "been
very familiar in the newspaper discus
sion of the Chinese question.
Tuesday, Oct. 9th.
Kania, David Kapeau, Keaka, Manu
ahi, Geo. Hull, and Kapiliela, $G L'0,
Mee Hin and Ah Look, assault and
battery on Officers Reynolds and Kuu,
of the Board of Health. Ah Look dis
charged, Mee Hin remanded to the loth
Chas. Turner, furious and heedless
driving. Kilikina, foster mother of the
child run over, gave an account not in
consistent witli the reports previously
published of the accident. Other eye
witnesses did likewise, and defendant
testified he had drawn to one side, to
avoid crossing flagstones, when the child
was knocked down. He had not seen
the child before then, and he was driv
ing slowly. Found not guilt- and dis
charged. P. Neumann conducted the
Tom, or J. T. Smith (colored), malici
ous mischief by breaking bell cord and
spring of steamer Ewa's whistle, damage
$5, fined $10 40 including costs.
Mrs. Keaupuni Moike, deserting her
husband, consents to return and it is so
ordered; costs .f. 'J.
Tlw t.-: rn lrtcc trniihlp in iandin tne
w iH-puty Attornev (Jpnpr.l houses than in embarking them, owing
f ' I'rown; A. Kosa for to a smaller breadth of reef to cross.
Ni'J.rul' .. . o r
.:;e,i "onolulu, argued
w . uiM. m ban. (irt
de Uecro and
4 ii.fe 1
I Ben t- .wn ; V. V. Ashford
. t). UOClSlon r,,.-....,1
KnbMe. the noliceman sentenced to 15
mnntl.a' imimsonment for extorting
liivi - x 1
mnnnv from n. Chinaman, was a neigt
f nml well-known to Judtre McCullx'
IJJX v. " . , T T 1
l--frv-n whom he was tneI. His co-de
fendants, a large crowd, are for the same
case charged with conspiracy the differ
ence being as between policemen and
tw U ' r,iict of
For years past every freshet produced
a lakelet at the corner of King and South
Qtn.oto tn the. annovance ot residents
on.i .inVnacro of nronertv in that locality
The tWjmi of Public "Works has about
ard labor; no completed a drainage ditch, connecting
Tr with stone and Dhck cuhl-ho
nil surnlus water away,
5 st i nions, Lord George emptving it in the sea at Kakaako, halt
" Yl rp.Fo.v uiuuttnv, a mne uisiaiit.
?h f the "g a report that
St-itV:r l ,U,at of the Another Challenge
Ti o ..uty Attcrnoy-General cbal-
Vi-ic, ;-"v...v aim iuur . . ii... TI.,,. .,
" - ' i , . . .
Canadian Pacific Coast fisheries
yielded $307,530 more last year than
during the previous year in consequence
of the comparative failure of the pack of
salmon on the United States coasts. The
Dominion Government will next season
lit out a suitable steamer to explore and
locate the rich cod banks oh" Vancouver
and Queen Charlotte Islands. In Beh
ring Sea twenty-eeven vessels and 4GS
men were engaged in the fur seal fish
eries and 33,S00 seals were killed, repre
senting a value of $230,000 against $380,
070 the year before, a decrease of $152,
370. The total catch of the Dominion
fisheries from 1S00 to 1SS7 inclusive is
given at $247,253,087, of which $18,386,
100 was the value for last vcar.
SPI2CIAI, KIIS1XKSS ITEMS.
Something Old !
lhit verv good to eat. "Uoston Croliers"
to-day at the Flitk.
Drink Moxie at the " Elite."
Horn's genuine Butter Scotch.
Genuine Butter Scotch (Horn's) for
azines at Gracnhalgh's, 100 Fort
glace trim Cotton
Horn's Butter Scotch, the best lubricator
for the throat.
Get vour newspapers at G raenhalgh's,
100 For t street.
Milk Shakes at Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
New novels, bv the most popular au
thors, at G raenhalgh's, 100 Fort street.
Extra Fine Cream Cakes and Eclairs
every Tuesday and Friday at the Elite.
Don't forget the new sample Hats and
Bonnets now open at Sachs' store, 101 Fort
Just opened, a fine line of French Kid
Shoes for ladies, misses and children, at
Ladies will do well by calling at Fishel's
and see his new stock of French Kid Shoes
W. II. Graenhalghhas all the papers and
magazines upon his counters for sale at
San Francisco prices.
It has been jroved bv unanimous verdict
that the San Jose Lager Beer on draught
at the Koyal Saloon is the best.
Vow Dress Goods. Fine Embroidered
Boys' Suits and Embroidery Flounces just
opened at Sachs' store, 10-1 Fort street.
Finest Hue of Millinery Goods, latest
stvle Hats and Bonnets, new Trimmings,
can be seen at Sachs' store, 104 Fort street.
Trritnted throats and annoy ins coughs
are quickly relieved by the genuine Butter
Scotch, only to be found at tne Pioneer
stermi Candv Factory of F. Horn. Plenty
The Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bak
orv -mil lee Cream Parlor is the only estab
lNnment in Honolulu that can allbrd to
sell the best Ice Cream at $2 per gallon, and
no others can.
F. Hokn, Proprietor.
T Koff r nnU the attention of my friend
and tho general public to my fine stock of
goods just received. A careful inspection
will convince you that better goods in my
line have never been onereu in ims
Please give me an early call. .
to Max Eckart.
lleeeived per Australia, Sept. 18tli,
rp Tf rrovotr rsj poiitaiiiinff Grapes,
Plums, Pears, Quinces, Peaches. Uhite
Heart Cabbage, California Tomatoes, Cau-
lillowers, Celery, etc., all in excejieniuiuc.
California 1kuit Market.
Mutual Telephone 378.
Whose "ad." is it?
t ! I ? ;
,,lVA that Dcinga
" -ir..y from
Who has orenea a
fpl St. Come and try his Coffee., etc.
Boat Far Sale.
Leading Millinery House
WING WO CHAN & Co, NUUANU ST.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Suitable for Christmas and New Years Presents
EX BARK VELOCITY, FROM CHINA,
EEED CHAIRS AND ROCKERS
Something new in Honolulu;
Extension "Veranda Cliaixs,
Ebony and Marble Dinhfgrooin Sets,
Matting in all variety ami colors,
Silks, Satins and Pongee,
Silk Crepe, irl all shades;
Mantel and Hearth Vases,
Best Oolong Tea, Choice Manila Cigars.
Come and See Our Choice
WHICH WILL BE OPEN FOR INSPECTION THIS
Saturday, Monday, and Tuesday.
October 3th, 8th and 9th, a few Choice Sample
HATS M BONNET
In the Latest Shades and Newest Designs, at ..
The Popular Millinery House, 104 Fort St,
1ST. S. SACHS,
It having come to our notice, that an inferior
quality of Gin, purporting to he J. J. Melciiers'
"Elephant" Brand, is being" offered for sale in
this market, we have to
Caution tlie 3?ublic
That we are the Sole Agents in the Hawaiian Isl
ands, for the said Brand, and that every genuine
bottle bears our " Sole Agency " label.
W.G. PEACOCK & Co.,
Sole Agents for J. J. Melciiers'
Schiedam, W. Z.
Tf ! BOAT SAVED FROM
ti . wreck of the "Dunnotar
Ca -le," and sold at auction
to the King, has been re
ed over by Mr. .ttonauu,
For. Rent or For Sale.
MA TLEASANT COTTAGE
In Perfect Orrter.
A few minutes walk from the Post Office.
15Stf HUGO STANGENWAiD, M.D
mn irnun nnnn
Tomes all the way on ICI3 from
i) Awarded Wherever Exhibited.
1 1 feAit-x: v 4Hm3 gin
For Sale on Draught, at
Iron anil Looomo
Corner of Vv and Ilnwurd Streols,
San Francisco al i fm-iiia
Y. II. TAYLOR. . . .
K. !S. MO OK 1 2
Builders of Steam Machinery
In all its branches.
Steamboat, Steamship. Land Engines t Boilers,
llih Pressure or Compound.
STEAM VESSELS of all kinds brilt complete,
with bulls ot wood, iron or composite.
ORDINARY EN(il.NI.S com pou udetl when ad
STEAM LAITNCIIES,P.:ir-es and Steam Tugs con
structed with reference to tlie trade in whfcli
t!ie3' are to Ie eni loy-d. Spt ed, tonnage and
draft of water guaranteed.
SCOAR MILLS and Suar Making Machinery
made, afte. tiie must aij;rov'd plans. Also, all
Boiler Iron Work connected therewith.
WATER PIPE, of Eoiler or Sli- t Iron, of any
size, made in snitaMc lengths for connecting
together, or Sheets rolled, punched and packed
for shipment, ready to be riveted on the
HYDRAULIC ElVETIIS'O, Roller York and "Water
Pipes made by this establishment, riveted by
hydraulic riveting machinery, that quality of
work beiir far superior to hand work.
SHIP "WORK, Ship and Steam Oarstans, Steam
Winches, Air and Circulaii ng l'ump, made
after the most approved plans.
SOLE Agents and manufacturers for the Pacific
Coast of the Home Safety Roller.
PUMPS Direct Acting Pumps for irrigation or
city works' pun oses, built with the celebrated
Davy Valve Motion, superior to any other
,f. X. S. Williams Honolulu.
Roam Xo. upstairs, Spreckt s' Rlock.
41-2m Agvnt for the llawn. Islands.
CHU ON oi CO.,
Can be found next door to the P. C. A.
Office, Merchant Street.
Hacks Nos. lit, 87, CI), 75, 180
AND Vf ACi( NI1TTE 1 ii'.
g&. Bell Telephone :iOi, ?Iutual 390.
Importers anl IeaIrH in
Cliinesc & Japanese Goods
42 NUUANU STREET,
Have constantly on hand S'ilk, Satin,
CraiKi, Grass (!lot!i, Embroidered and
Hemstitched Silk and Grass Clotli
Handkerchiefs, ilk anl Crape Shawls
A reat variety of Chinese and Japa
nese Tea Sets, Vases, Bronze and Lac
Ivory, Sandalwood and Tortoise Shell
Card Cases, Taper Cutters, Fans and
Gold and Silver Jewelry, setting with
Tiger Claws, Cats' Eyes" and Amber,
such as Scarf Pins, Earrings, Bracelets,
An assortment of Chinese and Japa
nese Nick-Nacks and Curiosities too nu
merous to specify.
Chinese flatting a specialty.
Ebony and Marble Furniture in sets
Tables, Chairs and Settees.
A full assortment of Flower Tots, Arti
ficial Flower Ba-kets, Lacquered and
Bamboo Goods, Etc.
New Goods received by every steamer.
The public are respectfully invited to
inspect our goods. ' ll-3m
LEWIS & CO.
Have .Just TIeeeivel ex S. S.
N. Z. .Smoked .Haddock
New Zealand Potatoes
j C. )v t
is for sale chear iVr cash by
a I' a
T? . RYAN, Boat Builder,