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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1893. SIX PAGES.
THE "HOLOMUA" IN QUOD
THE PAPER IN THE HANDS OF
It May Not Appear Again A Rumor
of an "Elele" Redivivus
It has been generally known for
some time fast that the Royalist organ,
th'.- Holomua, has been in financial
difficulties and that its compositors have
had a harj time getting the very small
wages earned by them on that non
descript sheet. The trouble came to a
focus last week when Attorney W. R.
Castle secured two judgments against
the proprietor! on behalf of two native
printers, one ! r Kanio for $32 or
thereabouts, and one for I'aahao for
$39 5- Afler lhe j dgiiients hul
been entered the proprietors of the
Holomua served a notice of appeal on
W. R. Castle, as attorney for the
plaintiffs, which stayed the issuing ot
an execution for five days--the last day
being Saturday. Previous to that time
Mr. Castle had been informed
that the type and other para
phernalia of the Holomua office was
being gradually transferred to the old
Elele stand, but he was powerless to do
anything until the time of the notice of
appeal had expired. When this occurred,
the appeal not being perfected and the
necessary bond given, Mr. Castle
ordered an execution issued at once,
and the office is now in the hands ot
a deputy marshal.
In this connection it is reported that
the old SUU is to be revived, with
Messrs. A. P. Peterson and Charles
Creighton as editors, and that it will
take the place of the Holomua as an
afternoon daily, but is to be printed
entirely in English.
This afternoon a reporter of tht
Star saw Mr Creighton about these
rumors, He said there was no pur
p .se on anybody's part, so far as he
knew, to revive the Elele, but that the
Holomua might be enlarged and issued
as an English daily.
"Is it true that you and Mr. Peter
son will edit it ?"
' Speaking for myself, it is not. I
may be a stockholder in the enter
"Will the paper come out in the
morning or the evening ?"
"In the evening, probably."
"Would not that serve to make it a
competitor of the Bulletin ?"
Mr. Creighton said that he attached
no importance to the execution pro
ceedings. "A lot of old type has been
levied on,'' he remarked, "because of
a disputed bill."
THE QUEEN'S HOSPITAL.
Regular Quarterly Meeting of the Board
The regular quarterly meeting of the
Board of Trustees of the Queen's Hos
pital was held this morning at half-past
io, at the rooms of the Chamber of
Commerce, the usual routine business
being transacted. The quarterly reports
of the physician and treasurer were
read, accepted and ordered filed. The
latter's report showed a balance of
$132 82 on hand.
The Visiting Committee for the last
quarter reported that they had made
frequent visits to the hospital during
that period, and in each instance had
found everything in connection with
the institution conducted in a proper
The Building Committee reported
progress and that the construction of
the new wing, corridor, etc., was being
hurried as fast as was advisable.
On motion the Executive Committee
were authorized to engage the services
of a matron or housekeeper to take
general supervision of the laundry,
kitchen, etc., and the purchase of pro
visions. The following were appointed as the
Visiting Committee for the next three
months : H. W. Schmidt, John A.
Cummins and C. L. Carter.
A PLEA FROM HONEST LABOR
Against Employing Convict Mechanics
on Public Works.
EDITOR Star : For years past it
has been a recognized principle here
that skilled prison labor should not be
brought into competition with free
labor. Recently, however, we find
convict lab r employed in painting the
station hi, use, while a number of skilled
painters with families, who have been
taxpayers for a number of years, are
walking about. Government carts and
wagons, too, are being built by artists
in striped suits, and other smith work
which was formerly done by free labor.
It may be pleaded that this is done
on the score of economy ; to which I
reply that the first duty of the Guvern
ment in its relation to convicts is to
administer the law in the spirit in
which it was intended to operate by
the status under which they are con
victed, and I submit that the law
makers never contemplated indulging
murderers in whiling away their time
on any artistic employ ment outside of
prison walls except on road-making.
This is a question thai could be en
larged upon far beyond the length ol
this letter, but the bare mention of the
subject ought to be enough to draw the
attention ot the authorities to the glar
ing injustice it Stub 'dies, l .ward the
free working population who have
signed the annexation roll, and who
did so in the belief that they were sup
porting men whose aim would be to
elevate the working masses who were at
the back of the annexation movement.
Nine out of every ten names on that
roll are those of working men who are
influenced more by the desire to see
the country under some powir thai
would have both the will and the way
to stop the importation of contract
coolie labor, and who can say that if
tht3 country was annexed to the
United States the principle of conirari
labor would be abolished from the
start. But if we are to compete with
convicts how much better off are we?
1 have no doubt that even the shal
low plea of economy would prove on
inspection to be false. The working
masses who are the bone and sinew of
the annexation movement do not carry
guns for mere sentiment, nor for the
purpose of keeping a few already
wealthy men in profitable place and
power, nor for the purpose of keeping
men in billets who are not in sympathy
with the elevation of the masses, which
I believe all who aspire to lead in the
annexation cause should exemplify.
Are we to compete with convict labor
in the mechanical arts? Say, good
masters, yes or no ?
TROUSSEAU GOES OUT
Plenty of Good Men to Choose From
The Board Acting With Proper
"Is that the Star?" said Dr. Trous
seau in the language of Captain Scott's
"Then you need not shoot any more.
I'll come down."
And come down he did, as the fol
lowing correspondence will show:
Board of Health.
Office of the Port Physician,
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 31, 1893. J
Hon. IP. O. Smith. Dear Mr: A friend
of mine, member of the Annexation Club,
called jusl now and handed me the Star of
August 29th and 30th, asking me if I had read
the papers. I had nol, but alter reading them,
I told my friend that my only resource was to
send my resignation at once.
I do so now, and hereby respectfully hand
you my resignation as port physician. As
there is no salary attached to the position, I
will continue to perform the duties of the office
as the vessels arrive, expecting you, however,
to make the new appointment as soon as
possible so that I can stop my boat expenses,
as they generally balance and often exceed the
amount of the fees.
Very respectfully yours,
Board of Health. i
Office of the port Physician, V
Honolulu, H. I., Sept. 2, 1893. J
Hun. W. O. Smith DEAR Sir: I need
not tell you, I hope, that there is no "bluff"
about my resignation, I know that, having
received my commission from the present
Board of Health, and having given no cause
for complaint, it would have been awkward
for the Board 10 dismiss ine, hence my resig
nation, and it is irrevocable. I will attend Io
the Australia on Wednesday and to the Japan
ese steamer, due at any time. But Wednes
day the Board meets and I will expect 10 be
relieved. I thank you personally in the
meantime, as well as the other members of the
Board, tut the consideration I have received
from you in the performance of my duties,
and remain, Yours respectfully,
Board of Health.
Office of the Port Physician, J
HONOLULU, H. I.. Sept. 6, 1893. )
Hon. W. 0. Smith. President of tin- Board
of Health Dear Sir: This parcel contains
the Port Physician's books and some blanks
belonging to the Board uf Health. Some
other blanks I have printed for my own use
As they can be of service lo my successor, I
also enclose them. I made this morning my
last visit to the Australia. The Japanese
steamer is due, and I will board her if she
arrives before to-morrow morning. But as I
expect the new Port Physician to be appointed
to-day, I have discharged my crew and will
lay up my launch to-morrow. Thanking you
once more lor past lavors, 1 remain,
Among the candidates talked over at
the meeting of the Board of Health
yesterday were Dr.'s Emerson, Cooper,
Wood and Brodie. Action was de
layed for further consideration.
THE EWA MURDER.
The Testimony of a Number of Japanese
is Being Taken.
The inquiry into the murder of the
Japanese policeman at Ewa on Satur
day night last is being conducted at
the Police Station, W. R. Castle acting
as prosecuting officer. The following
Japanese are under arrest at the
Station House and are charged with
murder: Tunaka, Kagu, Nagamatsu,
Kawata, isubaki, Akai, l-uiigami
Wimura, Matsimato, Sigiania, Kitaw-
ata, Hamada, Taimato and Arata
Their preliminary examination has been
set for Saturday next.
The following changes in the dispo
sition of teachers for the ensuing term
were made at the last meeting of the
Board of Education:
Miss Severance, to the place at Hilo
School vacated by Miss West, resigned
Mr. L. Zumwalt, lo Ulupalakua
Mr. A. H. Crook, to Huelo, Maui
Mr. Stanley, to be assistant in Ruya
School, in plice of H. W. Peck
Miss Emma Hatfield, to be assistant
in Hanalei, Kauai, in place of her sister
Mr. McCartney, formerly of Kauna
kakai, Molokai, to be principal at Hau
Mr. Moses Makuakane, to be assist
ant in Kailua, Kona, School.
The New Bonds.
A letter from Consul-(ieneral Allen
of New York, received by the Minister
of FitUDCe by the last mail, states that
the new bonds, issued under the Act of
January u, 18113, will be hereon the
next steamer, the China, due here on
the iJth or 25th.
OUR LEGISLATIVE BODY
A Bill to Regulate the Compensation of
Deputy Assessors Intro
duced. The regular weekly session of the
Executie and Advisory Councils took
place this afternoon, (he Councils
being called to order at 1:35 P. at, by
Acting President Hatch. The follow
ing members were present: Ministers
King and Damon, Attorney-General
Smith, and Messrs. Brown, Ena,
WatCrhoUSe, Allen, Tennty, Nott,
Morgan, Bolte, Suhr, Young and Em
meluth. Minutes of the meetings of Saturday
and Monday last were read and ap
proved. The report of the Finance Minister
was accepted and filed.
Minister Damon then read a long
report of Postmaster-General Oat con
cerning his recent trip to Kauai, which
was ordered filed.
Minister Damon read the following
weekly financial statement which was
approved and filed :
finance statement for week end
ing SEPTEMBER 6, 1 893.
.'urrenl ! count, balance
August sa, taw $157, is; us
Loan fund, account bal-
otal treasury balance
S 2,189 31!
ines, penalties and costs
San Francisco Consul fees.
Government realizations .
H1I0 water receipts
Kul".t water receipts
Sinking Fund, Act Dec. 31,
Sale of Government lionds.
Hawaiian Postal Savings
bxri'l N III Tl KE.
ivil List, Permanent Set
tlements and Leci-lalure
Judiciary Department ....
H. 302 95
I, 080 no
department 01 foreign
Sal.irics and Incidentals..
Bureau of Survey . .....
Registry of Conyeyances.
Bureau of Immigration . . .
Bureau of Public Works. .
Board of Health
Finance Department I
Salaries, Incidentals, etc..
Attorney - General s De
partment Bureau of Public Instruc
taincl sales transferred to
Sinking Fund, Act Dec.
General Flxpenses Provis
Road Tax to Special De
posit 9,89u 2.'.
School Tax to Special De
Expense placing loan 'Da.
National Deljt Paid
Payments under Section 2 .
rent Account, balance, sidi.ivi on
Luan Fund Account, bal
Total Treasury balance.
Treasury and P. M. Cm.
Due Postal Savings Bank
Less Loan Fund, balance.
62-.4- 2 i
rhii amount of $155,541 60
was paid from Ocnerjl
Revenue in the Treasury
to carry on Public Im
provements under sec. j
to date, and all receipts
from sale of bonds under
loan of 1893 pass into
General l ash as offsets
until this debt is can
celled $165,541 60
134,000 00 -
Less bonds of Act of 1103
sold to date
Amount due from Postal
Savings Bank for ad
vances from General
Revenue to cover excess
of withdrawals over re
ceipts Amount due Treasury this
dale trom Loan Act
HISlAI. SAVINI'.S HANK MKMO.
Due depositors Postal Sav
ings Bank this date . .
Notices this date of with
drawals maturing in Aif
Hat, September, Octo
bel and November. 1893.
Cash on hand I . -i... Sav
ings Bank this day
EM'KNsKS PROVISIONAL COVXkSMkN I MEMO.
Expenses Provisional Gov
ernment to date
(This amount covers all
expenses, including Mil
itary and items not ap
propriated by the last
MEMO. CAsH IN TMASVBY.
Outstanding Certificates $269,000 mi
from circulation and de
posited for safe keeping.
Cash in Treasury to re
P. O. Savings Bank bal
Road - Board Fund in
School - Board Fund in
Available Cash, as above
Total cash in Treasury.
269, U00 00
43 lis 111
The following bill was introduced
An Act to Avknd Chapter LXI
of the Session Laws of 1892, ki
LATINO TO Internal I axes.
Be it enacted by the Executive and
Advisory Council of the Provisional
Government of the Hawaiian Islands
SECTION 1. That Section 20 of
Chapter l.Xl of the Session Laws of
1892 be and the same is hereby
amended so as to read as follows :
"Section 20. Each assessor shall
receive such compensation as the Leg
tsiature shall trom lime to tune, appro
pnate. ivach deputy shall receive sue
percentage of the taxes collected by
him, including road and school taxes,
not to exceed five per cent, as full
compensation for assessing and collect
ing all work done in connection there
with, as the assessor with the approval
of the Minister of I inance may de
The Judiciary Committee) or rather
Councilman Cecil Brown, introduced a
bill to regulate the sale of alcohol, to
take the place of the one introduced
by the Minister of Finance,
Attorney-. iiMieral Smith, as a mem
ber ol the Committee, disclaimed any
knowledge of the bill, or of any meet
ing of the Judician Cdrnmlttee al
which the new bill was c onsldered and
adopted, and on motion the bill was
laid on the table, to be hereafter con
sidered with the original bill.
Attorney General Smith introduced
a resolution in relation to Company A
Auxiliary, to the effei t that the same
be merged into a new company to be
known as Company I . Referred to
the Military Committee.
The AttofOey-GenersI also intro
duced a resolution that a Visiting Com
mittee for the Insane Asylum, to con
sist of one lady and two gentlemen, be
appointed to make a monthly visit to
that institution anil make a quarterly
report to the Minister of the Interior
Attorney-General Smith next called
attention to the law regulating holidays,
and stated that a number ol Japanese
had been fined at Waimea, Hawaii, lor
not working i n July 31st, they being
under the idea that the same was a
public holiday. He introduced a bill
appropriating $280 05 to reimburse the
Japanese who had paid fines for not
working on that day, which passed its
At 2:15 p. m. the Councils went into
Band Concert To night.
There will by a 1 oncert this evening
by the Hawaiian band, under the
leadership of Professor Berger, at the
Hotel at 7:30. 1 he following program
has been arranged for the occasion :
March "A Day in Vienna" . Schild
Overture "Semiramide" Rossini
Waltz "Tout Paris" Waldteufel
"Reminiscences of Bellini" Godfrey
March "My Goscherl" Sprowacker
Euphonium solo ''Then You'll Re
member Me" (new) Premiiville
Waltz "The ( londolas" Dellinirer
ialop "Urave Ahead" Strauss
The Temperance Concert.
1'he regular monthly temperance
concert of the . M. ( . A. will take
place on Saturday next at 7:30 p. U.
I'he following program will be rendered
and will be followed by an address by
Chief Justice Judd :
Piano Duet, Misses Hopper and Parmelec
Recitation Mr. W. B. Ash
Song with flute accompaniment
Mrs. ami Mr. Warriner
Reading.. Miss Rhodes
Mandolin and Guitar
Messrs. Orel way and llrnnessy
Song Dr. Nichols
Mrs. Chapman, charged with smug-
gling opium from the bark S. N. Castle,
had her tiial this morning and was
found guilty. Judge Robertson im
posed the usual tine 1 f $50 and costs.
lhe only additional charge he. ml
this morning was that against one
Bucholtz, who was accused of keeping
ferocious dog. He pleaded not
guilty and the court so found after
hearing the testimony.
Carl Willing has been appointed a
special constable for night duty by
Marshal Hitchcock. He will patrol
the plains and try to stop any more of
the burglaries which have been so fre
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
The 24th restoration day failed to
pan out as usual.
Several cisterns have been rilled with
water for fire emergencies.
There were but nine deaths during
the week ending yesterday.
The safe for the Deposit Company
is looked for on the next China.
fhe cash balance in the
Savings Bank yesterday was
The time of District Judge Robert
son is being taken up this aflerno on
with civil business.
The Interior office has a new "By
Authority" about the construction of a
highway on Hawaii
The National Ciuard uniforms have
arrived in San Francisco and will be
here on the next boat.
The l'acilic Football Club will have
a practice game al the Makiki base ball
grounds this afternoon at 4 o'clock
VY, G. Irwin has purchased the race
horses Waikapu Maid and Central and
is now using them as a buggy team.
It is said that Germany will hell
cleiray ine expenses ot a cable Iroin
Australia to Vancouver, via Honolulu
Dunbar, the directory man, is
.... ki , c-., e- : .
uouuit ui .-iu.il 1 1 t ii isco, wneit an
CCOUDl of his Hawaiian doings has
interfered with his swindling schemes
l he Steaiuei Aikoku Maru, which is
daily expected from Yokohama, w
take passengers lor that port at the
following rales : Steerage, Japanese
$25 ; European, $50; Cabin, $120.
ineiasn naiance in the hands of
the Provisional li vernment last night
on current account was $121012 07
This: I, linn.-. r.... J' J '
. .. iviaami uteri paying ota
over $45,000 lot salaries on Thursd
The faahi inable think just now is 1
orange soda. It can be obtained
nuucun, notiiian , 1 o, s. and s a4
from a special lot of large, juicy K ,a
oranges. Try ii once and you will
know something about what lhe
ancients called "lhe nectar of the
FLOTSAM AM) JETSAM.
ARRIVAL OH THE WRECKED
I he Adams Cleared For Action Another
Court Martial The Irmgard
The steamer Waimanalo, recently
wrecker! at Keaunui, was lowed into
port shortly after not n to-day. Captain
McDowell who got the steamer off the
beach and brought her to this pott
under sail, saiil, when asked for partic
ulars! " There is very little to tell other
than wh.it is already known The
Iteamet lay on the beach broadside on,
and was easily gotten off, as it onlv
took us one day to heave her off The
most of the time consumed was in gel
ting her ready for sea, as she was leak
ing badly. WSJ were five days on the
way, which I consider not bad time foi
a steamer minus h r keel and rudder,
anil dragging her propel er. The Wai-
nanalo is leaking but little at present,
is it only takes one man to work her
pumps. 1 he principal hardship 1111-
ergone by the crew was from lack ol
water, there being barely enough for
The br gamine Irrogard Capt Smith.
arrived in port early this morning, 14
days out from Laysan Island, with a
full cargo of guano, consigned to
Hackfeld 81 Co, The Irntgard brought
luck the 16 laborers ami Govern r
Kreeth from the Island, and the voyage
is described as having been pleas. ntly
uneventful. A large number of island
Canaries SreM brought by the returning
laborers, and a number of turtles wen
seen crawling about the deck as the
vessel docked. Governor Freeth
brought back Several large logs of teak
wood, of which he intends having a
desk made as a souvenir of his so
journ on the Island
The steamer Australia will have
finished discharging her cargo by to
morrow no -n, it is thought, and she
already has a portion of her return
cargo aboard, consisting of eight hun
dered bags of sugar, taken aboard fi m
the steamer Mikahala. Mr. Whitney
s authority for the statement that the
Australia's return cargo will be a large
one this lime. Among the freight to
be shipped from hire are fifty bags of
wool from Lanai.
Things were pretty lively in the naval
row this morning, and the Adams had
luite a business like appearance while
the morning drill was in progress. All
her ports were open and sailors and
marines tairiy swarmed on the deck.
The boats were put astern, the tons
vi-red and filled with marines, and
the sails were all closely lurled, the
hip being cleared for action.
A strange schooner showing no side
lights, was sighted about a mile off
atmnnalo at 10 o clock last Saturday
night by the schooner Sarah and Eliza.
is all the coasting schooners belonging
t W aimanalo were in port at the tune,
the captain of the Sarah anil Eliza is at
1 loss to know what schooner it was or
where she came from.
Captain Eiiisof the bark Alden licsse
enjoys the well-earned reputation of
eing the most unt otninunii ative cap
tain sailing into this port so fai as news
aper men are concerned, having a
wholesome dread of all pencil pushers
whin on duty.
'he schooners Mille Morris and
Sarah and Eliza sailed yesterday after
noon for Keaha, taking 455 and 355
bags of paddy respectively, to be milled.
l he Hawaiian bark Maura Ala is
due lo arrive here from San Francisco,
Die Manna Ala has a full cargo of hay
mil grain for the California heed Com
At 10 o'clock the Boston tired a gun
and ran the jack Io the end of the
nain yard, to indicate that another
ourt martial was in progress.
The Japanese steamship Atkoku
Maru now due fr.in Yokohama, will
sail for that port t n about the 1 Ith
I'he steamer J. A. Cummins is along
side the bark Albert discharging her
argo ol sug.ir into that vessel.
The barkentine W, H. Dimonc
ailed from San Francisco for ihl
port August 23rd.
l he barkentine S (1. Wilder sailed
for Honolulu from San ltanci
The schooner Rob Roy arrived from
Puuloa yesterday with 500 bags of salt.
The barkentine Irmgard has docked
at Brewers wharf to discharge,
I'he Steamer Mikahala is adveilisul
sail at 10 a. m., to-morrrow.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMEM 7.
DlAMONIl Ill-All, .(
dear. Wind Ughb, K.
M. Weal her
TMUMPAV, S.plemlur 1.
Am likt irmgard, Smith, from Laysan Island
Sum Mikahala, Chancy, toi Mam and Hawaii
to-niurtow at io a.m.
Am hk Allien, (irifliths, f.u San Krancisco
Monday, Kept 18.
Am hk Alden Hes.p, h nis, m San r ranciscn
vYedoesdsy, Sept 20.
VESSELS IN PORT.
U s s Boston 1 Day, s.in FrandsBo.
U S S Adams, Nelson, San Kranrisro
Mr KCIIAN I MKN.
Hawa schr I.iliu, HitchSeld, Jahtit, SSI.
Am 1'k Albert, Grutitns, San Francisco.
Am liaik Alden Hesse, FrijStSaa loan.
Am lis Discovery, McNeil, Ran loan.
Am schi Alice Cooke, PeahaMow, Paget Bd
ss AuMraliai Houdletts, San Francisco,
Am Lt;' IraigSfd, Smith, Lays.iu Island.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED
Am lik Detroit, Doaanese Bm
Am li J D SpreekUk s F (Kah)
Am bet LUflins. San F (Hilo)
Am list S li Wild, S.111 Fian
Am lull Harvester, I ' IHIte)
Jap S'.mr Aikoki Mam. Yokohama Due
Am lik Amelia, rasjei ounti wue
Ant likt Will Hmendi Paget Sonnd . . I.uc
Am lik Ceylon, San Krancisco Sept IO
Am likt Pl.uiier, San I ranciscn Sept 15
Am srhr Robsri LtWSfSi Paget Sound. Sept is
U S3 Philadelphia, Callao s-pt 20
Hr th Co of Merioneth, Newcastle Oct I
Am likt Wrestler, Newcastle Oct 5
tier lik I C I'hig't, Bremen Oct 15
tier lik Paul Ittftbsfg, Liverpool. .Nov 15
Am l.k Martha Davis. Ronton, Dec 5
tier hk Nautilus, Liverpool ... Dec 12
FOREIGN MAIL SERVICE.
Steamships will leave for and arrive fr
San FrsndtCO on the follow ing dales, till the
close of 1S93 :
PaoM Honolulu to
Australia .... Sept 1 1
I- ROM SAN 1- Ni ID 0
Australia Sepl 11
China Sept lg
Alameda .... Sept 28
Australia Oct 7
( lesenic Oct 17
Mariposa Oct 26
Miowera(Vaa) Oct 21
Australia Nov 4
Monowai .... Nov 23
China Nov 2b
Australia Dee a
Alameda Dec 14
Oceanic Dec 26
Australia .... Dec 30
Warri moot Van) latwi
Mariposa. . . .Sept 21
I tceanic Sept 2 5
Mloweta (Van) t let 2
Australia Oct 14
Mnnowai Oct 10
Warriicoof Vsn)Not i
hina Nov 6
Australia Nov 1 1
Mami'da Nov 16
M lowers (Van) I)(.c 2
Oceanic Dec 4
Vustralia Dec 9
Mariposa, .. .Dec. 14
Warrimoo I Van) Jan i
City Peking an 2
Australia ... Ian b
Monowai an 1 1
Oceanic Feb 12
Australia Ptb I i
Australia . .
Oceanic . . .
AlauRda Feb H
. Feb 6
Australia ... Mar j
Mariposa. . . Mar 8
China Mar 86
. . Feb 24
. Apr 21
. .June 7
. .June lo
Mar ,1 Alameda
Monowai Apr 5
Australia . . .Apt 28
Alameda .. ..May 1
Oaelic May 14
Australia May 26
Mariposa M ay 11
Australia . , . ,J IMS 23
Monowai June 28
Australia .. uly 21
Alameda . ... luly 2(1
Australia Aug i
Mariposa , ..Aug 2j
Australia .... Sept 15
Monowai .... Sept 20
Australia . .
China. . . .
Alameda . .
Australia . . . .July 14
Australia . .
Australia , .
. Am 2
Aur; 1 1
. . Oct 6
By the OovaiMMM Survey. Published cveiy Monday.
i'AKUM. 1 HLKMu
I a p
Siun . .
7 3 7 .10.03 7t
8 30.08 JO.04 6y
99 30.11 3(1.07 68
30 30. 14 30 08 73
31 30.16 30.00 74
1 30. 1 6 30.06 74
a 30.12 30.04 71
85 O.oa 57 2-8 R-SK
84 O.D6 65 6 Nl
84 O.OO 57 5 NR
84 O.OI 63 4 NB
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83 o.oa 63 8-3 NK
82 0.08 80 8-3 KSJk'
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5 0.45! 5.45 8. o 5.44 6.1a 1. a
6 1.40 a. o 7. o 8.30 5.458. 11 2. 9
7 a. 40 2.40 9.15 7.505 456.10 3.14
8 3.10 3.1, 9.25 8.505.456. 9 4.17
9 3-3o 3 30 9 45 9.305.496. t 5-"6
i" 4.1; 3.45 10.35 10.15 5.46 6 7 6. a 1
Sat .. .
Last month had for its average tern
perature 76 5 Kahr., being the coolest
month of August since 1SS0. The
rmal temperature for August is 77.7.
Observations at Kealakekua, Hawaii,
give exactly the same difference from
the normal. The air was also un
usually dry in August, although slight
showers were very common. This may
be illustrated by saying that ordinariiy
a temperature of 67 would have nio
duced dew on the grass, while this yeai
as low as 640 would have been neces
sary that end. It is noticeable that
both frost and snow have been re-
lotted from abroad during this same
The Plant at Hand.
I'he new Electric Light Compiny's
new plant, consisting of three powerful
lynamos, together with their fitting,
arrived by the steamer Australia yester-
lay and are on the dot k waning de-
1 1 very,
Specimens of the Artistic Work of
Charles Good, the newly arrived artist in
crayon work, arc now on exhibition at illtams
Att and Photographic Gallery on Fort Street.
Amotii; them will lie found portraits of rmi
'lent 1 oie, ex-MlnlStCI fortcr, cx-Ijovernor
Kice of Kauai, Superintendent llrown of ill
Watei Works, and other prominent official!
An inspection of Mr. (.nod's vv .1 k is invited.
Charges reasonable. iaBtf
MaiiuiuLturrrs and Dealers in All Kind- of
Organic and Chemical
The Oni y f actory of the Kind in the
Country, and are Prepared to Furnish Feitil
ui-rs in Quantities to ?smt Purchasers.
Complete High Grade Fertilizers
Rotted Staid.- Manures,
Pure Isaw Hone Meal.
Sulphate and Miniate Potash,
Nitrate of Soda,
(irouud Coral Lima Stun
Lay 11 Island Phosphate, Land Plaster, Fish
Guano, etc., etc., always on hand.
S 11 SAMPLE ' IRDER and lr) out u Ii
A. F. COOKE,
MaiKiajet and I'rojirie tor Hawaiian PMtttbikU CA
1. 1 Mi 'IN BLOCK, - - KINO STREET
Betwesa Port aad Aleass Streets.
Groceries & Provisions
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island
Butter always n band.
Fnsh (itmh received by every Steam
er from Sai: Friiueiseo.
tV KATIW4CTIOM tjUAHAMKSH, "M
I LAND COS
TH A I sm
10 SjWA MILL.
I mi 1: i.
Leave Honolulu 8:45 ,:45
I'ave Pearl City o:,o J:lo
Arrive BWS Mill 9:57 1:57 Jj6
c. b. a.
.M. A.M. I.M.
6:21 I0I4J 3:43
" 55 mil ens
Leave Fwa Mill
Leave Pearl Cil y . .
Arrive Honolulu. .
7:30 11:55 4:55
Saiuniaj - only. t. Sunday's MgtptML
Ilv. I Saturday e. eutttl.
40:' mid 404 Fori St.
and Ice Chests,
CHOPPING TRAYS, HROoM-s,
MOUSE AND RAT T Is A PS,
WIRE CLOTH AND NETTING, Etc.
129 6 tf
Aim at the Drake
And you art- hound lo hit lOHM of the
ducks. This is preiiscly tho same with
Cod Liver Oil.
It aims to cure Consumption,
Hits the Mark, too. and it
most effectually breaks up Colds,
Coughs, Hoarseness and all
I hroat anil Lung troublt-s that
cause this disease.
It is natural logic to conclude
that if Wampole's Preparation
of Cod Liylu Oil has uower
to prevent Consumption, it sure
ly is able to cure these lesser
This vigor-making, fat pro
ducing preparation is Absolute
ly I asteless, in so far as Cod
iver Oil is concerned. All
you notice is a deliglutul flavor
of Wild Cherry and Anise.
Hut the pure-t Norwegian
Cod Liver Oil is then; all the
Same. It is a ureat blood en-
icher. Best of all it is a natu
ral food that in its stomachic
ellects, actually assists its own
In Pulmonary or Bronchial
troubles it is unequalled, No
one doubts the value of Cod
Liver Oil, but not every one is
able to take it.
removes the nauseous objection
and actually makes Cod Liver
( )il palatable.
KEPT IN STOCK AND SOLD BV
HOLLISTER & Co.
log Foki SiKKKi, Hoso1u1.11.
The Central Market.
Always have on haml ihotce llect, Mutton,
Veal ainl fnultry. We make Sausages a
specially. Qtveesatriel aad be ooaviaoesli
Ws have the Un. Out Cornell Beef is o
the very hesi.
WFsIUIsOOK s OAJtBa,
Itoltl Telephone. I04. 4f