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TIIR HAWAIIAN STAIt, SAN'KDAY AUGUST u 189$.
KIIUGE WARING & CO,
VJ1 Port Street, near King Htreet.
OT, 10() z Vtt) feet, at I'unahou, on Alex
j nn.lor Htroot. Price, 1100.
NH HALF ACHE, TAltO PATCHES,
nt raiatua, very cneap.
70a LEASE, FOil A PERIOD OF FIVE
Year. Home and lot, nine rootni,
on Xuuanu Street, near Heretanto.
riDllXK.Il IHUN KINAU AND PIIKOI,
r AltOH LOT NKVK CH1NESK TliEATHE
IMNR rilOPKHTV OS NUUANU 8THKKT
I1 with several rntUiei. This wilt lie
said at a Terr reasonable figure.
It VKAIIS LKAtK ON HilUUNIM AND 8
it cottages o alklkl 11-acli. $191)0.
containing 04 acres.
C11ES AT KALII1I, SUITABLK FOIl
I OT ON qUKKN HTUKKT, OITOHITK
J J Hie Tax omce. Price, laoo.
LOTS ON WAIKIKI ItOAtt. VKItY
reasonable tad on easy payment
FEW MOIII5 LOTS ON KINO HTIIEET.
IV Kallhl. S1V1 ach, can be piild for In
A LOT WITH 2 LaIIOK IIOUSKe, ON
l'aunt Itoad, $i0O0.
1 TOUSE tAYT WITH
Tro Patches, cnntalnlnc 1 acre at
LOW AT PEAltL CITV,
l.-MNEOPl'OItrONlTV FOll GOOD HOTEL
I1 man at Walanae. the termlnne of Oahu
Hallway. Mreolal indocements are offered.
A FINE It EVIDENCE ON THE JUNCTION
of Thurston Avenue, Oreen and New
Streets Hons very- lance and comorlaule,
containing alt me latest sanitary impniTe
ments. Fine Verandas, palm avenue, beauti
fully I .Id out grounds, etc. Will be sold for
less than Its actual value.
1 other bulldlnxs In Katlhl.
NEW COTTAOE ANI1
19ft X IK FEET ON ASYLUM ROAD.
lOU new beautiful modern 9 room house
and nicely laid o lt grounds. Price, t l.aw.
.)U on Voung Htreet, near . Kcaumoku
X 150 FEET WITH NEW COTTAOE
Frnit trees, etc.
Street- nicely Improved lot
No charge for making Oeeds, Mortgagee,
etc., in Iransferlng property. . , .
N. ! Properties placed In our hands for
sale wltl receive eiieclal attention.
A 11 LACK SILK DAO, COSTAININO
a l unch of keys. Finder will kindly
return to J. O. YOUNO, at J. T. Water
house's, Queeu street, and receive reward.
4 RMAI.L. UNFUIINIBHED COT-
2V tage, In Waikiki, on Mrs. Pratt's
Itretnisos on the beach. For particulars apply
to Mrs. Pratt, corner Punchbowl street and
Printers Lan .
-10TTAOE ON KINAU STREET. FOR-
J nierly occupied by Dr. Nichols, right
nf wnv through to Iteretanla street cars.
House contains Parlor, 3 lied Rooms, Dining
Room, Kitchen, Pantry, Bath, Servants'
Room. Stable and Carriage House, Rent
130 per month. Inquire of
C. D. CHASE, 40G Fort Street
A BRAND NEW COTTAOE,
In the center of. Honolulu. Suitable for i
n doctor's odlce or two gentlemen.
At Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
gMALL CAPITAL REQUIRED.
In a Will Established Business
A gentleman with some energy, autl of large
Apply "Confidential," this ofllce.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
I AM PREPARED TO MAKE AB
- stracts of Title in a moat thorough and
complete manner, on i-hott notice, and accu
rate in every detail
' V. Y. MAKINNEY,
SIS Fott Street,
W. O. Smith's office.
REAL ESTATE AND GENERA I, MJ8I
ntwa Agent. Real Estuto bought and
sold. Houses RentuL Loans Niuotiathd.
Collections made. Books posted. Accounts
e..perteiL Copying neatly done.
All business entrusted to me will receive
prompt and careful attention. A share of
the public patronage respectf ully solicited.
v OEO. A. TURNER.
SOS Merchant Street.
OHlce formerly occupied by a T. Oullck.
J. H. Bolster of The Star is
quite ill again.
Armstrong Smith, of the school
force Is back from the Coast.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Corbett are
warmly welcomed back to Hono
lulu. The wife and family of Harbor
master Fuller are home from the
Mrs. Wffl. Eassie of Kealia,
Kauai, returned after a two months
visit to the Coast.
Mark Twain Is on board the
Warrimoo. Unfortunately the
people of Honolulu, will now have
to forego the pleasure of bearing
the great humorist.
Mr. and Mrs, Chase and Mr.
and Mrs. E. Pv Davis were booked
for this port on the Warrimoo,
But on account of the cholera, pre
vailing here, decided to go on to
. the Colonies.
A place to spend, a lew quiet hours is
the Ilanlwai Baths. Waikiki cars pajw
Are unknown quantities
O. V. MTUBDQVANT) WAHWO .BLOCK
XfJ, m. V. o. Box. ML 0or.Fort an4 BanUola BU.)
KKtm IN A Xt TmiKI.I.
Highest cash price pa
wallan stamps. C. V, im
Id for Ha-
Trade winds continue.
Stars vs. Unknowns, y.yx
llascball at 3:30. A great traiiie
I'resli, frozen fish not tahu at
Mr.tropolltau Meat Co.
A slight shock of earthquake was
felt in Kau last Week.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
few reasons for success.
famous and reliable Sun Cholera
Remedy at licnson, Smith & Co s.
Highest grade sewing machines
for rent ana sale. C. V. Sturdevant
The Vounc Hawallans' Institute
nominated officers Thursday even
John Kalaukoa has been fined
ac for assaulting Susana, a native
Remember the Temple of I'ashicn
cleuance sale begins Monday, Sep
Mrs. Franklin Tratt offers for
rent a small unfurnshed cottage in
The finals in the Pacific Tennis
club's tournament will be played
on Monday next.
Band concerts will be resumed
Monday. The first will be heard
at Emma square.
With the retnrn of D. V. Cor-
bett the lacrosse club will come
into active existence. -
The California Feed Companj
had about 100 tons of hay and
grain on the Warrimoo,
The boat crews went to Pearl
City this afternoon. There is talk
of postponing the regatta.
Don't fail to inspect the line of
new goods just opened at N. S.
Sachs. They are stunners.
Two of the early morning Jap
anese eamulers were mien ?io
each today. They pleaded guilty.
Tom Fox. a coachman, assaulted
lira Dodd last night, biting the
lower lip ol tue l'anuieon proprietor.
A black silk bag containing
keys has been lost by J. O. Young
of Waterhouse's Queeu street store.
Macfarlane & Co., have in stock,
for medical purposes Whisky 17
years old and Brandy 19 years old.
The French Government have
purchased 200,000 Pasteur Filters
Sturdevant has a very few left at
Tust the the thing for summer
wear. Full line of light flannel
overshirts at auction prices. L,. D
Ifvouwtntto buy, sell or ex
change stamps, go to johnT. Brown
Arlincton Block. Hotel street.
Note change of address.
Miss Crate will now have as an
associate in Kindergarten work
Miss Judd, who has taken a course
in a training school in ban iran
' Brown & Kubey the" wholesale
and retail dealers iu watches,
clocks, jewelry and plated goods
have moved into the Arlington
Block, Hotel street.
B. T. McCullouch, the mule
dealer, had $140 stolen from him
on the down trip ol inc . o.
Wilder. Young Catley, the em
bezzler, is suspected
Theo. H, Davies
& Co., the
aeeuts, are advised
that the ss.
Altinore will not leave Portlaud for
China and Japan. Consequently
the vessel will not-call here.
Armstrong Smith put m some
good service for the Republic while
iu the .East, lie uearu crovyiey
deliver a bad lecture at Vancouver,
Mark Twain sent aloha to Hono
lulu bv Mr. Smith. The lecturer
was wild to come ashore.
Shakespeare gives good advice,
when he savs. "rut money in my
purse," and the best way to lollow
out the immortal bard s precept
to look in at h. B. Kerr's on Queen
street, where immense bargains in
ladies dress goods, untruumea uats
flowers, feathers and geuts suit
ings, etc., are the.order of the day
Can ful wheelmen ate never on the
road without Ittdding'a Russia Salve. It
U the best thing; extant lor bruises,
eprains uinl cut. All uruggiaiB recom
mend It, mid sell it for Hi cents. Hol
libtek Dut'o Company, Agents.
lli ft of the Kalitlanl.
Foster and Lancforth, the two
men who tried to ruu away with
the sloop Kaiulani but went on the
reef instead, were brought before
Judge Perry today for trial for
larceny in Uie inira aegree. ro.ncr
pleaded guilty and was committed
to the Circuit Court for sentence.
Langfotth is fighting his case.
Tired. Weak, Nervous,
Means Impure llou.1, and overwork or too
much strain on brain and body. The only
way to cure Is to feed the nerves on pure
blood. Thousands of people certify that the
bust blood puritter, the bet nerve tonlo and
... .i. ihiii.Ihp li Hood's SarsanariUa.
What It has done for others it will also do
for you Hood's Cures.
Hood's I'lIU cure constipation by re
storing perisUltto action of the alimentary
where the "New Process'
SITUATION IS SKIUOUS.
MAUIMl A II A It II FlflllT TO I'ltB-
A l:NT CIIOl.KIIA'fl SrilKAII,
New Cases Heavy Mr
For Uniformity of
IIHNNIMITON OUTSIHE- At'STIIALIA
. -OFFICIAL FIOUItRR ntVKN.
Mrlitgent Itegulallnns - Cliurthes Closed
All Travel on Oaltii
During the present outbreak:
On shore since the cholera first
appeared in Honolulu:
Mrs. Alex. Smith was taken ill
with cholera at 1 1:30 last night and
litd at C:y) this morning.
Iii the choleia hospital, (
This nftctnoon the physicians
arc iu session to agree upon uni
formity of treatment. One pre
scription will be kept at the Health
The physicians and Hctllh ofli
rs are working with uiitiriiiir
energy to prevent the sprefd of the
disease and to save those stricken.
The situation has become very
grave and tne strain on me com
munity is being felt.
BOARD OF HEALTH.
A meeting of the Board of
Health, government officials and
invited citizens, was held at '10
President Smith introduced the
subject of closing churches tomor
row. He said there were two sides
to the question. Persons might
be stricken in churches. Again if
there were no services the alarm
would be greater.
Rev. D. P. Birme thought that
natives and others would be posi
tive the disease if there were no
Dr. Meyers did not believe the
churches should be cloicd. He
thought there would be more ap
prehension of there were no ser
vices than if the people gathered
for worship No ill person would
Dr. Howard advised against
gatherings of any kind. He said
persons became ill very suddenly,
involuntarily, without any warning
Dr. Smith said there was little
or no danger so far as haoles were
concerned, but would be with
natives. There could be no dis
crimination and all must be closed
Dr. Rider said there was no dan
ger iu holding church services.
Dr. Kodgers was certain mere
was nothing in the situation to
warrant closing churches. It would
be harmful to do so.
Dr. Herbert thought closing
would be rather an unnecessary
measure. The danger was very
Dr. Emerson did not think clos
inpr churches would be an alarming
or radical course. He thought pru
deuce would impel to this. He
strongly favored closing.
Dr. Howard said again the dan
gcr was small, but something might
happen and probabilities should be
Minister Damon said there were
a number who took comfort in go
ing to church. The adults could
use discretion, but children would
be wandering about, drinking
water, etc. He was of the opinion
that the Sunday schools might be
suspended, but would not favor
closing the churches
Mr. Lansing could readily see
that there might he not a little dan
Mr. Waterhouse agreed with
Minister Damon. He suggested
rather a tabu on luaus.
Mr. Keliipio favored closing the
President Smith thought the pro
tection especially of the Hawaiians
required that the churches should
be closed". The action would be ou
the side of safety and discretion.
Dr. Rodgers suggested separate
votes on closing churches and
Rev. Mr. Birnie said that if the
Board concluded to close, -'the
churches, the prohibition should be
accompanied by a carefully prepared j
statement trom the Hoard 01
Minister Damon urged that
measures be taken to keep children
at home. But he could not consent
to deprive the adults of attendance
l'resident Dole said
were best qualified to settle a ques
tion of this sort. He thought it of
value that the churches 'should go
on. If it is the practice to close
them elsewhere, it should be done
here. He deemed interruption of
community life a source of appre
hension and favored having church
services conducted unless danger
Dr. Umerson thought closing
was on the side of safety.
Mr. Keliipio spoke of- Hawaiiaus
greeting each other .at church,
kissing, embracing, etc.
Being asked about schools, I'roi.
Alexanker gave It as his opinion
that onmiiiiL'S should be postponed.
As to churches lie would be on tue
At this juncture. 11:10, Dr,
Waysou entered and reported a case
of cholera, a girl ot 13, at uay
View. The Bay View district was
ordered to be quarantined, ur,
wayson favored closing churches,
The cholera is spreading.
President Smith said that the
opening of schools on Oahu should
be postponed. Air. waternouse
offered such' a motion to close
public and private schools till fur
ther notice. Carried.
Mr. Lansing moved that in the
interests of public health all church
es be closed tomorrow. This pro
hibits services of any character.
It was well understood, as Rev,
Dr, Birnie brought out, that the
step was not taken because cholera
Is contagious but to insuie against
l'resident amitn reaa a request
that two priests be given leave to
visit cholera patients, rnysicians
nhlf-cted to this. President Dole,
Minister Damon, Dr. Emerson and
others suggested that one or two
priests be allowed to live at the
cholera hospital. ' The motion was
made to allow one priest to be per-1
mltted to go Into quatantitic and !
remain there. Carried. I
The Metropolian Meat Company I
asked leave to sell frozen full 1
brought by the Warrimoo. Granted.
Shall people of Honolulu I per
mitted to visit other districts of
Oahu? Mr. Waterhouse said this
would require a big police force.
Dr. limersoii advanced the proosi
tion of a permit system, Minister
iiatcn spoKcoimegreai nconvei
having country home, '
.lC.r raTu '""""ibearablv annoying, but of an edu-
person be allowed to go from Hono
lulu to any other district of Oahu
without a permit from the Board of
l'resident Smith said a number of
people from other Islands asked to
be quarantined a sufficient time and
then allowed to go home. This
question was put over to another
At this hour, 12 m, another case
is reported of a native near Smith's
FROM RKV. D. P. HIRNIR.
To Iht Aftmbert of Hit Conertca-
tion of the Central Union Church
Inasmuch as it has seemed wise
to the Board of Health, after a
careful consideration of the ques
tion, to prohibit the gathering of
the people tomorrow in their accus
tomed places of worship, I take this
opportunity of saying a word
through the press. May I suggest
that at the usual hour of public
worship you gather iu your own
homes, and unite In common
prayer to the God of Nations
and of families that He will
guide us all in wisdom in
this time of trial, that our physicr-
ans and public officers may be led
In their performance ol duty and be
strengthened by Divine help; that
the people may be wise end courage
ous, each in his place. Let its
never forget that, Help cometh
from the Lord which made heaven
and earth. Behold, he that keepeth
Israel shall neither slumber nor
Douglas. P UlRKIIt.
No illness on the United States
gunboat. At noon today she
steamed outside and came to an
chor. The Bennington will remain
away from the harbor for an inde
finite time. Supplies will be taken
out daily, but no one from the ship
will be allowed ashore.
W. M. Giffard, savs the agents
will make every effort, to secure the
dispatch of cabin passengers and
mail from this port for the Coast on
the Australia next Thursday. No
positive announcements can be
made till the steamer arrives.
AS TO rOI AND FISH.
Editor Star: Mr. Jno. F.
Colburn in this morning's Adver
tiser takes the Government to task
for cutting off the supply of poi
and fish, the native's principal food.
For Mr. Colburn's information I
will endeavor to show hitn the ad
vantage to be gained in refraining
at the present time from the use of
poi as a food, and will first quote
from Roberts Bartholow a recogniz
ed medical authority in the United
"The morbific material or germ
(Of cholera) is more certainly con
veyed in the moist state,' and some
preparation or transformation must
be undergone before it becomes ac
tive. An intermediate con
dition of preparation is necessary."
Now poi, as prepared 111 most ot
the Chinese poi shops, Is thinned
and kneaded with unboiled, unfilt
ered water, and in the shops near
Nuuauu stream by water taken di
rectly from the stream.
Poi, therefore, forms an excellent
pabulum for the growth, multipli
cation and "transformation of the
morbific principle," and as an agent
of dissemination is unexcelled.
Fish, from the bay, from the
very nature of their food are excel
lent mediums for carrying infec
tion, and especially cooked, as they
generally are by natives in ti
leaves, a temperature high enough
to destroy auy germs is never
Without being in anyway con
nected with the Board of Health, I
believe their action has been emin
ently proper aud will be the means
of saving many Hawaiians from
this dread disease now in our midst.
Geo. W, Smith.
Sir: It may be of interest to
some of your readers, beiug lay
men, to learn that iu the outbreak
cholera in England in 1891,
there '.vere in all 287 cases, nearly
fitly per cent, of which proved
fatal. It first appeared in the
Humber port tawus of Great
Grimboy and Cleethorpes, to which
places from May to October (250,-
000) two hundred anO fifty thous
aud excursionists were carried tort 11
It is not astonishing to learn that
during the year the disease broke
out in no fewer than sixty-lour lo
calities, but it is not a little re
markable that in forty-two out ot
the sixty-four outbreaks only single
cases of the dread disease occurred,
fact speaking well for those iu
iharge of public health aflaiis in
that out of the way bit of a country .
A leading medical journal
commenting upon it says: "There
is one lesson which the medical
history of 1893 teaches, viz., that it
Is impossible to devise auy method
which shall prove a perlect sale-
guard against the introduction of
cholera into ditlerent places, aud
that it not 40 much the intro
duction of such cases, as the local
tmanttary conditions and surround
ings that have to be feared. We
cannot devise a net for catching
disease germs, but we can clear
away all muck heaps In which they
can germinate ana grow.'
Returning yesterday irom a visit
to a most charming country home
at Pearl Harbor peninsula, I had
of course to pass the wash houses
near the railway station. These
unsightly? unhealthy looking build
ings are suitably environ
ed. The horrible, green, slimy
stuff beneath and around them
looks like a fit home, a very nidus
for the demon or disease. In pass
ing this place I confess I had feel
ing of "reverent scepticism as to
the presence 01 Asiatic cholera in
our midst; but anyway, that slimy
slough of sickening green ooze
should be gotten rid of as well as
the hideous building above tt.
Dr. Clifford Allbut of Guy's Hos
pital said, addressing young medi
cat men, "Gentlemen, fancy your
Highest of lt in Leavening rower Uteit U.S. Gov't Report
.selvcs ra,ionaric9 i pjrtlbu
cated Well informed physician it
we'l may be, health giving and
This very day two men were nt
work iu Kaplolani Park cleaning
out the ponds. The muck theie-
from was thrown up by the road
side, and was very offensive, and
hard! , I should think, conducive
to public health.
I am, sir, yours .obediently,
Honolulu, Aug. 30th.
The citizens of Lahalna held a
meeting at the court house on the
24th Inst, to discuss the cholera
situation. The action of the health
agent in refusing to allow the Ka
ala to land freight was endorsed. It
was voted to clean up the town
and Lahaina is now free from alt
rubbish and debris.
V. II Hayselden, J, K. Miller,
Deputy Sheriff Baldwin, Sam
Nowlein, Revs. A. Pali, W. Hors
fall, Nahalaolclua and Judge Ka
haulclio were prominent in the
No more excursions to Waiauae
till the quarantine is raised.
The merry-go-round will not go
around tonight. It is tabu.
President Dole attended the
Health Board meeting this morn
Boiled water is supplied the em
ployees of the Honolulu Iron
Among the false nlarms brought
in this morning was one from near'
A vehicle passing with a coffin
will set going rumors of at least
twenty new cases.
Dr. Curley, an associate of Dr.
Maxwell has volunteered to make
analyses of water, earth, etc. The
Board gladly accepted this offer.
In Kau Dr. Caprou, Deputy
Sheriff Yates and plantation Man
agers Walton and Hewitt have been
active in taking precautions against
Prof. M. M. Scott has been
through a cholera epidemic in
111 one season mere were
85,000 deaths. He recommends,
me greatest care as to iiwu
Captain bmilh is certain mat tne
dredger is blameless, but bows to
the inevitable and with engineer
Johnson says Captain King's fri
gate needs some repairs anyhow.
There was nothing in the report
that the King street bridge over
Nuuanu stream had been closed.
Sir Robert Herron, who sits with
the Board of He-tlth, has had wide
experience iu sanitation matters in
Fourth CarKO New Troress Stoves.
Sturdevant has just received the
fourth cargo of new Process Stoves.
Aud for those whb.desirc fo see the
stove' in operation, .showing the
process of making gas lly cvtpora-
tion, Mr.. Sturdevant has a num
ber of stoves with the evaporator
enclorcd tit glass."
OIIIIK KOIt tVAUHiir.
A N-v l.lalit and ttrrli-i-itlde Niili.lllule
Several months ago the lioard of
inspection and survey of the navy
department was directed to make
an investigation with a view of ob
taining some, practical substitute
for wood in fitting naval vessels,
The desire for a substitute was the
fact that a lighter material was
wanted if possible, one that would
not take so much space 111 tue ves
sel, and more than anything else a
material that would not splinter. It
was also desirable to have a non-
combustible substance I he board
lias made a report to the secretary
of the navy, and some 01 tts recom
mendations have been adopted by
him, and it is probable that several
of the new Shins will be fitted with
the new material as a substitute lor
, . . ..
The Kxtradlllon I'rl.oner,
E, S. Catley, the young foreigner
charged with embezzlement and
the defendant in extradition pro
ceedings, is now at Oahu prison.
His symptoms of insanity are less
marked. He was quite rational
There was.a good attendance for
the Honolulu Cricket Club meeting
last night. Grounds have been se
cured on Kiug street. President
Ilrasch, Vice-Capt, Auerbach and
St. M. Mackintosh are to finance
the scheme for new grounds,
Mrs. John Mott-Smith At her
residence on Nuuanu street this
morning at 6:15 o'clock.
The funeral services will be held
at the residence on Sunday after
noon, September 1st, at 4 o'clock.
Friends are invited.
Highest Honors World'a Fair,
rjqld Medal Midwinter Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A nute Crape Oram of Tadar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
In all the great Hotels, the leading
Clubs and the honiti,JJr. l'rice t urctu
Baking rowder Holds lit auprcniacy.
40 Years the Standard.
LLWiS I CO,, (gents, Honolulu, L
UK IS A KING AT II
NKW MONMIMI IN (INK OF Till;
HIIIITII PAt lUO IHLtNH.
Another Who Hardened Ills People Willi
llebt- Intere.tliin News lliouabt I'p
lly Mlas Nuprin.
When the bark Helen W. Almy
arrived in San Francisco lately af
ter her long voyage from Dutarltari,
she had but one passenger ou board
and this was Miss J. R. Hoppins,
missionary from Kusaie. Miss
Hoppin has been five years on
Kusaie. There were but six other
white persons there aud some hun
dreds of natives. Miss Hoppin took
trips to other islands iu the Caroline
group and also to the Marshall Isl
ands. She had a variety of exper
iences, the most annoying nf which
was a breaking down iu health from
overwork, which made a change of
climate aud scene and a long rest
Miss Hoppin, savs the Cnrontele,
brings the news that there is a new
King on Apemama, and perhaps the
youngest king in all the world who
is actually ruling. The Individual
now on the throne at Apemama
island is just 14 years old and as
many weeks as it takes the Helen
W. Almy to sail from Kusaie, which
is about seven. The fourteen-year-old
king of Apemama succeeds old
Ten Benoke, made famous by
Robert Louis Stevenson. The
present ruler was Ten Benoke s
son, and since his coronation he is
getting the venerable chieftains
much excited by dignilying 111s
playmates with cumbrous titles.
He likes the missionaries very well
and manifests a disposition to let
them train the girls and boys to
wear clothes and behave.
The Island of Kusaie has a king
who plunged the country into debt
the first year he had things his own
way. That was six years ago, and
his subjects have been working out
the debt ever since and now have it
nearly paid. The original burden
was $900, but It created more
trouble in Kusaie than Cleveland's
lintwl trnnnptinn flirt Its Hip Unite,!
Tllc ame of ,he Ki,1(, wbo in-
duced the chiefs of the island to
buy things on credit is Togusa. All
jllle hi u chiefs died and left
no heirs, and a counsel was called
to elect a new King. Togusa was
chosen because he had been a com
moil sailor for six years and was
educated." He had been in San
Francisco and could chew tobacco,
He bought whaleboats the first
thing aud iu that way plunged the
country into financial difhcuities.
biuce then the natives have been
compelled to work throe months in
the j car making coprs'for the'King
to pay on account.
Letters reached Miss Hoppin in
Kusaie which indicate that a tuis-
sioh station is soon to be rc-cstab-
hed in the Ponapvs. The
Spanish Government lias been
compelled to pay 'r'17,500 Indemn
ity lor ousting American mission
aries from the Pnuapcs three years
ago.- 1 he claim ol hpatn was that
it was a war. measure, as the tia
lives hail become insurgents. The
houses of the missionaries were
Kusaie is a country that woutd
please the new woman, for the
natives inherit through the mother,
If a king tuarres beneath his sta
tion his children have his rank only
while he lives, but the .children of
a queen are princes always.
I was connected with the
training school for girls at Kusaie,'
said Miss Hoppin nt the Sailors'
Home yesterday alleruoon. "I
had girls from the Gilbert islands
aud from the Marshall islands in
tile school. The boys lived in
separate native houses. I here
were two training schools for them,
one for the Gilbert islande'S and
one for the Marshall islanders. We
kept them until they married, and
then sent them off to other lower
islands as teachers. The natives
always welcome these teachers,
and they are doing much to civilize
the islanders. A boy from the
Gilbert islands will marry a girl
from the Gilbert islands, but no
Clearanre Sale, September 3.
On the nlsivo date, the Temple ot
Fashion will hciciu gelling gooJa at bod
rock flirurt-e h craud clearance sale,
These Mil en are very popular with the
tieotiie. who crown tne stnro to secure
the bargains ofTerud. Uememlier thu
sale boKUis on Monday, beptember 2.
1IIK t'ANAHA CANAI.
Hkllled l.aburers WautrdOlie Thuusau
Meu Nuw at Work.
Nitw York, Aug. 13. Captal
T. A. Crossinau of the Panama
Railroad Company's Columbian
line steamer Alliance, said to
night that the l'auama canal au
thorities were advertising iu the
Colon papers for skilled mechanics
to work ou tne canal, lie say
there are now about 1000 laborers
working on the canal and tw
dredgers are at work on the Pan
ama side of the isthmus. He said
there is money enough to keep 10,
000 men working for two years,
Yon can nut up the most delicate
fruits, uncooked, by uslnir Antirermen
tlnr, ami In six months they will be. as
natural in appearance andtusto an when
The Temple of Fashion will offer
real bargains next week at its clear
ance sale. On Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday, merinos and cash
meres will be marked down from
yoc. to 25c; all wool challies, from
10c, to 2ac; white muslins, irom
to io yards for $1.00; aud all other
goods lu proportion.
TO CI.KAKSK TIIK SYSTEM
Effectually yet genlly,tvhen costive
bilious, or ulieu the blood ie Imiiuie of
sluggish, to permanantly cure habitual
constipation, to awaaen the ittunevi
and liver to a healthy activity, without
irritating or weakiug thru, lo dispel
neauacnee, vuius or levers use nyrup
JYy"TIStar"fixr Fine Job irinli
A 1,1, AI.OXO TUB DOCKS
tt Uinl'IIH! I III MIII1 IIIMIMI IN II
I'aptata AniH.lel Ksnnereled alllnff In
lulls. t I'.tl nffnisr I.....I .Voir,
el Hie Vlater Irani,
Australia Monday, to leave
Very few passengers by the Hall
yesterday. She brought part of a
load ot sugar down.
The Martha Dockhalm sailed in
ballast this morning for Altata,
Mexico. She loads dye wood for
The barkcutinc Retriever has
finished discharging her lumber
cargo. She left this afternoon for
The first regular fall meeting and
election of officers of the I liter-
Island Wharf Mosquito club will
be held some evening next week.
The steamship Umbria
left New York on August ioth.
She carried with her $362,000 in
bullion, besides a valuable cargo.
Two five gallon kegs of whiskey
were found ou board the Wilder
yesterday. The Customs have
found about all the contraband
goods there were on board.
The Mare Island navy yard has
n staff of about 1000 men at pre
sent iu employment. There arc
five naval vessels, the Philadel
phia, Hartford, Adams, Boston and
Monodnock, now undergoing re
pairs in the yard.
In the inquiry, as to the cause of
this Warrimoo disaster, Captain
Gaudin, agent of the Canadian
Marine Department, commends
Captain Arundel t'or excellent sea
manship, and advises the nou-stis-penslou
of bis certificate.
Operations on the dredger, have
for the present been suspended. It
as suggested that possibly the
mud that the dredger was stirring
p was n cause of cholera. Conse
quently work has been stopped,
that no chances whatever may be
taken from that source;
There is only one ship on the
way lrom tau traticisco to New
York. It is rare that there are not
at least three or four. 1 he reason'
is given is the low rates offered by
the Panama Steamship Co., for
goods through to New York or
New Orleans, via the Isthmus, and
between that route aud the rail
road, there is little left for the
The Canadian-Australia liner
Warrimoo arrived off port late last
evening, having left. Vancouver on
the 23d, and came to anchor off the
spar-buoy. Her freight, consisting
of about 800 tons, is all being
landed from outside. For this pur
pose Hackfeld's barges and the
steamer Waialeale have been called
into service and are bringing the
freight 111. The warrimoo will
sail this evening for the Colonies,
but will take no passengers or freight
From Vancouver, tier CASS Warri
moo. Auk 31 Armstiong Smith. J ti
Creamer, Mra wm Eassie, Mr and Mm
Wooley anit three children, Mr and Mrs
(lodfrey, Mr and Mra I) W Corlwtt, Mr
aicrarianc, Air hnowuen, Mr I. Lookr,
Mrs Lund, Mrs Kstep, Mr 8 It Bryant,
tir m iK-uvvine. .11 r u .Mcueiiuolt
Mr J A l'elkey, and 31 in transit.
From Maui and Hawaii tier stmr
WG Hall, Aug 31 Rev A V Honreo, J
Carter Jr. A Fernandez. Mrs (1 II
'uris. Miss M C (Irerti. Miss Lvle. Miss
limns, Mlw Maud' Anln mid IS on
Saturday, Aug 31
H M S S Wnrrimoo. Arundel, from
Satl'buay, Aug 31
CASS Wiirrliuuo. Arundel, for the
lilt Matha Uockhahn, Mrlticke. for
Ilktn Kotriover. Bouan. for Port
ti:ssi:i.s in roiiT.
ti H Bennington, Thomas, Mare Uland
(Coasters not Included In this lltt.l
Ilktn Archer, Calhoun, H K
ara .Manna imis, rian i-raucirico
hill John MclAshl.Ktuart.Neuca.stle
Ilktn H II iVilder, McNeill, ti V
Ilk J C (Hade, KU-Ke, nreiiwn.
Hark Onyx, Wn-Lllug Nevc-anlle, N S Vi.
AT MClUIIHOHINn. l-OKTa.
Nchr (Ilendale. H K
Hchr Jennie Viand. H K
Si-hr Anna, H V
Ilk A mite Juhnson,
Ilk Kt Jullell,
Meeting- Called at the Y. HI V.
The convention to provide for
Summer School next year will
meet Monday, September 2d, at 9
a. m., iu the Y. M. C. A.'liall, in
stead of the lfort Street School as
A uutnner 01 very important
questions are to he considered at
tnis meeting. Among tnem:
1st. The orgaimnion of the
school, whether it should be en
trusted to one, five, orTiftccn direc
tors, or a stock company formed,
id The course ol sludy.whether
it Is to be confined to the element
ary branches, or one or more ad
vanced courses added.
3d. Whether we shall proceed
now to form a National Teachers'
4th. Whether wc shall choose a
course of study to ruu through
tue year, with or without examin
ation at the end, aud if so, what.
Utuer matters of lasting influence
on tne luture ot our schools will
probably be discussed.
I lie convention is not an elected
body. All persons who desire
summer school to be instituted may
become members simply by attend
lug and taking part. It Is hoped
that a large number of those who
are not teachers but are interested
in education and especially those
who would like to study iu one or
more lines next summer will be
present. All teachers and school
officers are earnestly urged to at
Uo to the Women's Kxchanjre, 111
Kimr street, for home niuue tioi. cake,
hread, Itlt-e, etc, Also tine Hawaiian
anil 1'ortUKUeee work, curioa, tlowcn,
plcturea and rtney article.
Xottco to Shipper.
HhlMirra lir Hie strainer "V. (I
IIaI.I. nre rruel-it In mske all lil
inrnts fur Kau, previous to the sailing
Ko frrlaht vtlll m received alter H
o'clock n, in, on sitlllnr ilnr.
W. II. Mti.l'.AN,
Pocrt Ury, 1. 1. H. N, I.
Honolulu, August 21st, 1H,
OMrefl. en suit. nr sinvlc. c-n the
irrouiiil llnnr nr llto iireinlsea rornirrit
occnplnl iiy the n.illv liullriin iinimii
on Merchant street, also the larirn hnl
nn the second lloor ot llm sumo build
Apply at the oilier- nf
VM. (I. IKWlNft CO. I.n.
Upon thr arrival of thn slenirrr of
ilder Steamship ComiMtny, Ltd., nn
iNTSott t ill lie allowed to go Alsjaril, until
the iKiasenKers are Hshorr, without ft
permit from the, oilier; linlrsa H-rnils
slontn do so Iw granted by the olliccrr
of the vreerl.
C. U WKIHT,
President W. H. S. Co., Ltd.
Mutual Telephone Co.
The Annual Mrrtlne of the Mutual
Teiki-iionk Company will l held on
WEDNKSDAY. Hrntcnilwr 4tli. at 2 11.
in. Amendments, will lie proposed to
Articles S. 7. II. 10. IT. 111. 21 and 21 of
tne ny uiws.
j, t. IIKUW.N,
Honolulu, Atigmt 3, lWi.
Metropolitan Meat Go.
WHISKY and BRANDY
We have in stock American
17 Years Old
and Best French Brandy
19 Years Old
Can produce Custom House cer
tificate iu verification of age.
tVo family should h without it in
ease of sickness.
MACFAHLAUE & CO., M,
can bo quuiiclii'd nt
our fountain without
swallowing 11 lot of
All water used for
cni'lioimtiiig conn's from
tlio People's I co Co.
This iiitqsiau water is
distilled mid lilter-
to a Iioat of
mid the or
gmiieiuattor is eliminated
treated, it is
as pure ns
water ean ho
in any a
hauibra is a new drink.
Ten people out of every
ten who try it pronoueo
Jtomeiubor wo tiro
Boiled Soda Water.
JLOMON DlttJG CO.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Saturday and Sunday
Trains will leatit Honolulu at 0:1,'i it.
.1.. li-t'i 11 m. Keturninir will nr
me In Htm. 'tilu at 3-1' l f n I S.'n
ROUND TRIP T1CKETSI
1st Claa SI. 70
3d Class 91.20
V. C. SMI'I II,
tlrn'l. l'ais. nml Ticket Agent
Hawaiian Baseball Association.
On Saturday, August 3 1st,
At 3:30 p. m.,
At ItASKIIAIili l'AHK.
AditilMMloii - Ln Cunta
Nineteenth Semi Annual Competition
To lj lielil nt,tho AmuciatloirH
ILi.io on .
Saturday, Aug. 17, 1895,
Commencing nx 8:30 n. tit.
Set en regular Awtocialion matches,
together tt ith the following
ALL COMERS .MATCH.
1st Prize, JIO: 2.1 Prize, 1;3ril Prize, 2.
tJoiiditltions: Uncn to all comrra! IU
round at 200 yards: any rille: no liair
or act triggers or telecooe- siglita nllow
ril;rntriea unlimited, Entrance fee. $1,
Conditions: Oix'n to nil iiersona who
have never mudo a record of 80 tier
cunt., or ovrr, in any of the II. IS. A.'a
regular 200 yard matches: tinllmlteu
entries; ft shr-ts at 200 yflnls; nny rille:
no Iiatror net trigger or telrecoiH eights
alloA-etl. Enttauccrfet $1.
List or PntrrH.
I Caih Vrlni-i5. li.V).-(T.50. S.
K. O. Mull A: Hon, 1 Vim
Helmut, Smith fc Co., doz, rerflime.
llohroiiHruir '.., 1 CelluM'l Bet
M. H. UrmUiiin & Co., 1 ltor Cigars,
W O. Irwin ,t Co., Hall lljrrol Granu
T. II. Davies & Co.,
Hawaiian News Co., I Allium.
I'acillc Hani are Co., I llcturu ami
Frame, Ut lw select!.
J. H. Martin, 1H yanli Clolli.
W. U Twuis-k & Co., 1 Com! Wine.
J. A. Homier, 1 Hag ftim
!wis& Co., I Bag Oregon I'oUUm
Hawaiia Htak, lYmr'sHuh. Ilaily.
V. Attrrrthrr. I Year's Full. Ilaily.
llauailau llttnlwaro Co., 1 Decanter.
Wll.ler A- Co., 1 Ton Coal. ,
II. Hatirt-liIA: Co., Prize. '
The All Coiners nml Citizens Match
to remain oiienns follows: On Saturday,
August 17tli, from S:3u a. iu. to sun-,
ilown. On Katurtlay, August Sltli, from
1 p. to. to sutulown. On Hatunlay,
August Hist, from 1 p. in. lo sundown.
and byiTtorntno he was
is a sure and. safe cure
SolAbu oAl druggists.
and all the other leading irevciitatlm
suu i-urtaoi inoieni, tts well
aa all Ilia hrst
are for sale by the
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.
&U VOUT BlilEEr,