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WEDNESDAY, Jl'l,Y 11, 1888.
'THIS DAY'S DQIKCS.
L,von k Levey will sell, on the
,Esiauade. ul I-' noon, ilnuks niul
Hand sit the Depot, at I
Onhu Lodjo No. 1 K. ofl 7:30.
Ucthel l'rncr Meeting, at 7:IiO.
Ladies' I'layer Electing, Foil. St.
Church, at :l o'clock.
Fort St. Church, l'rnyer Electing
St. AndrcwN Cathedral, usual
bcrviccs. at 7 :!U.
It is high time that some bchcme
of harbor improvement was promul
gated and discussed. In its present
condition our harbor is not equal to
the amount of trade that we have.
It is quite true that it will hold all
the vessels that come here and many
more but that is not sufllcient Cor the
harbor of a commercial metropolis
though only that of a small group of
Vessels ariiving here from other
countries, especially when laden
with coal or lumber, have to wait
before they can get u berth to dis
charge, sometimes for two weeks.
TJiis waiting eats up all the piolits
on a voyage and makes it diflicult to
procure vessels to be chattered for
this port. Then with hauling out
and in to accommodate the mail
steamers and now again with the
fortnightly service of the Oceanic S.
S. Company this disunity will be
These are but a few of the objec
tions to our present harbor accom
modation which require to be leme
died to make it lit for our Commerce.
Many other wants might be enumer
ated such as suillcieut dredging
widening and deepening the entrance,
lines of cars to receive the freight
from the ships' sides, etc. Wc
would like to leccive a few letters ou
the subject for publication from our
ship-owners and agents. It is an
important subject should be well
THE ANGLICAN CHURCH CHRONICLE
for July is to hand. We notice a
considerable improvement in the ty
pography, press-work, and paper
which is, no doubt, due to the change
in its place of issue. The contents
are up to the usual standard but we
would have preferred if the writer
on Forces of Civilization had in
dulged in a few specifications of
what they were ami in less general
We have again to object to the
Educational Department. Out of
notquite two columns one is devoted
to criticizing and trying to refute
sundry lemaiks of the Daily Bul
letin. Apparently the writer has
not properly understood our position
in this matter. We propose to
devote a little time again to showing
him his mistake.
The Church news is as usual in
teresting but we cannot sec the use
of devoting space to reprints of
comic clippings in a Church paper.
Tuesday, July 10 Drunks; John
and Ji e, forfeited S bail each ; Ta
knim, lined So and 8 1 costs ; (all S.
iS. I.) C. J. Fishcl, common nui
sance by obstructing side-walk with
goods, remanded to llthj 11. Eng
lish, assault and battery, lined 82
and 815 costs ; Ivahdhaii, remanded
from Oth, found not guilty, and dis
charged. SHIPPING NOTES.
Schr Jennie bro't 8C0 bugs of augur.
Schr Kekiiuluohl brought 400 bags of
Thebgtuc Consuclo sailed jeoterday"
for San Francisco. She took 57U7 lugs
of Migar, 303 bugs of rice, 1480 bugs of
paddy, ami 125 bunches of bananas,
bomco.ic value 817,7.'10.50,
The Titer's funny man hus iigalu been
Setting off his i-pleen In the Hli.ipo of a
manufactured expression of opinion from
the pulllu. If he would try to re lly
regulate uud inspire publ.u opinion, in
stead of manufacturing so-called expres
sion of it, It would bo much better, not
only for himself but for eu-rybody else,
LUUAL & UEhHIAL NtWS.
Tin: ollecnuw go to t liureli cvcij
ninduy umit r the uinimntnl of Cuptiiin
l'ell. Good lor them.
His Mnji ty visited the Immlgrntiui
Depot on M mihiy and expressed him.
self as well sntisllul with the nrinngu.
Wi: imdt-ist.iud that the Government
'line igned a contiaet agreeing to tukt
u pulsomctcr jitimps to lonuccl tin.
Attesiiin veil an, I the Maklkl rejcroj.
O.N landing the baggage for the Por.
tiguetc iniiriigniiits it was found thai
several of the boxen lmd been broken
open and putt of the contents abstracted.
Jin. II. Crabbe had the contract to
I u ml the 1'oitugucM! imuiigiuiits by the
Hankow at the Immigration Depot.
He landed 124" the whole number in
4 bouts. Quick woik, wisn't It?
lA'imvTiiiNO that a horse or cow can
eat aptly describes the contents of Mr.
Agnew 's Feed Stoic. If you add to that
that eu'nthi.'j: therein Is of the best
fluidity uud lowest price , oil will know
where to go.
Tun Hand did not play at the Imml
gralion Depot as announced liy n ye-
terday on account of the members of it
having a holiday. They will piny theie
this altemoon, though, at 4 o'clock
R the civil libel salt brought by Dr.
I'ltch against T. G. Thrum Mr.' Thrum
plead not guilty. The delimiter was
argued and sustained with leae to
amend. The criminal case lu the same
matter Is set down for hearing on
TliuiMlayat 1 p.m.
On Monday aftei noon about half-past
o'clock, an expicss ran away from in
front of Mr. S. K. Kaai's on King street
until it ran against Mr. Dowsctt's fence
and stopped. The Urher had been load
ing it with plants when the horse got
fi igliteneu and started off. The express
wus badly damaged.
Wuuie requested to notify the ex-prcss-drivers
that after to-day, all those
di hers who are not vcaring badges as
requited by the legulatlons will be
arrcted whether they hac licenses in
their possession or not. The law le
quirts a badge to be worn and it must
be done. 1v
Tin: Portuguese imniig:anls aie now
in the Depot,, They are a fine-looking
lot of people and extremely well coa
tente.l. Yesterday Mr. Canavarro, the
Puitujiiiese Con-ul, was with them ex
changing their pusspoits for ccrlilicatL.
to be used while they remain in this
Oou ofl-tjmes repeated nppcals in
favor of a Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals' aicat last luaring
fiuit. Sometime agO a petition was
circulated to stait such Iri boeiety mid
npw we leain that an advertisement
calling a meeting will be published to
inoi low. All citizens in crested will
then be able to take hold of the mil tier
iind biing it to a successful issue.
o . i
Tin: libel suits Instigated by Mr. .1.
Ilichardson of Watlttku appear to have
broken down. The civil .suit against
the Kawalnul Uros has been diseontln
ited, the criminal suit against Messrs.
Grieve i. Atkinson lias been not. pros'd
and in the civil suit against the same
parties the demurrer entered was
sustained with leave to amend and a
the prosecution refused to amend Judg
ment was ghen for defendants. This
means that Mr. Richardson felt himself
libelled and Injured lu character by the
publication of ceitaln charges iignlmt
bin), and now Is afraid to go to Com t
on them. Why ? Hceause he is afraid
the defendants would gam the day.
A TRIPLE-HULLED STEAMER.
A new style of an ocean bteamcr,
which is a novelty in its way, has
been designed by Captain William
Collin, of London. His models,
which have, ' wc believe, been on
exhibition, show u compound ship
composed of three ships hulls uni
ted as ono vessel, tlio two outer
hulls being longer than the central
hull, and the whole being decked
over. Tlio outer hulls nro of nai row
beam, and of equal length, and a
hull much shorter ia placed in the,
centre space between tho two longer
vessels. The three hulls arc rigidly
connected by Iron or steel bulkheads,
lios-glrderd, iron or steel decks or
frames, in 6tich a wny as to foun
complete platforms or decks, ami so
us to Icuvc considerable extra spuces
between Dip ships. The cantrc ship
is to u.rry the engines, aijd is pro
vided with a propeller nt each eiul,
All three hulls are tupered from the
centre, both vertically and longitu
dinally, and come to a rounded point
tit both ends, so as to enter the wavo
and reduce the pitching motion to a
minimum, the rolling motion being
done away with l3' the extent of
water spaces between the shipi.
The platforms or decks extend to
ab ittt three-fifths (more or Ic-s) of
die whole lengih of (lie outside ships
in the centre, and the remaining por
tion of the ends, forward and aft,
arc covered over for pasing through
the waves; but the space between is
not flecked over, lu coitsliucliiig
for smooth water or liver pulpites
the decks may he cai ried the entile
length of the outside ships jiearly
horizontal, and in these cases the
vessel may be propelled by cither a
set cw or paddle wheels. Stability,
safety, and speed are claimed for
this system. Ho e iVcMw.
the deImmatToITofthe body
during school life.
An iutciesting paper on the above
subject was read at the recent Geneva
Congress by Dr. Dally. The Swiss
Government Depaitment of Public
instruction had summoned many
members of the leaehiiig body under
their jurisdiction to attend the sit
ting, in order to listen to the various
opinions and recommendations on
the subject. In his opening remarks
Dr. Dally alluded to the fact that
Dr. Chaussicr, out of 23,200 newly
born infants examined for this pur
pose, only found 122 possessing any
abnormal peculiarities, and these he
counted r.itjer as monstrosities than
deformities being in most cases bare
lips. Tims he aigucd, a child is
straight when he goes to school, and
attributes to the enforced main
tenance of one attitude for a length
of time the corporeal deformations
which are displayed at a hite'period ;
the various portions of. the juvenile
organism are easily displaced, and if
the cause continues such displace
ments become permanent. He further
advocated more attention being paid
by doctors to he medical aspects of
school life. lie contested (adds the
Lancet) the asseitious that muscu
lar action is capable of producing
deformations, and that gymanastic
exercises could lemove tliem. A
pointof essentialimpoitance accord
ing to Dr. Daily's theory, is the
maintenance of the suppleness of the
lumbar region, and lie condemned
the habit of supporting the body on
one side only, either sitting or stand
ing. He remarked that school girls
usually stood on their right leg, and
attributes this custom (which is to
be deprecated) to the fact of their
usually inclining towards the left
side the weight of the body when
sitting down. The lust mimed posi
tion of the body being .necessitated
in n great degree by the modern
system of slanted writing, it was
argued by Dr. Dully that a return
to a more upright style of penman
ship is advisable.
Auction Sales by Lyons & levey.
t AT AUCTION,
By ordor of ills Ex. tho Minister of Intorior,
wc w;!l sell by auction
On Wednesday, July 11th,
at 12 noorti a quantity of
PLANKS A;ND LUMBER
Lyons & Lkvky, Auct'rs.
ALL ACCOUNTS; due to the Arm of
Geo. F. Wells, when tholni'dncss
was purchased by Messrs. Lycun & John,
ton, must be pah'l on of bulore.Iuly ISth
18tU, to Messrs. LyoiiSn &z Johnson, or
they will be put into thw hands of a cob
kctor, without further iiolico. 447 td
rPherc will be a meetlne of the Slock
JL Holders of 'the Wnb.'iKit btigar
Company on Jlomlav, July 10, lc83, lit
tho olllco of C. Drawer &,Co., at 10
o'clock a.m. '
"W. W. HALL, Secretly.
I; 4.')0 .'
ii ItiiMquc Mnliei'M
General lrclH Maker
Apply Dresa Making Parlors.
ISO !h. B. F. KHLEK3 & Co.,
Tho Delmcmico Roataurant
next door to Cusllo & Cooke,
ou King street.
Meals Cooked to Order
AT ALL HOUUS.
liUXOJIiasJ & SUPPEKS
25 to jO cmiU.
Houul, per week, niwtiilrs, : : 0.00
It. VQN OIJHLUAKFEN ic Co.,
4301m , - . J.'ropiietors.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
Suitable for Stock ltanclic where water Is required to be raised from cuiches
to pasture knife for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Caleite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Absolutely tire-proof. " t
Lubricating Oils.oi every description ai loweti market rales. ' 'w
Rlcc.Cloth.Patcnt Bjg.llolders-jus't 'the thing for Rico and Sugar M!11s-M
New Goods contsantly arriving.
Full lines of Plows and Agrlcultur.il Instruments,
Phsetone, Buggies, Wagons, &c, &c,
Manufactured with nil the latest improvements.
UlnolCHinltliliiK & Woodwork clone or every cleHcrlptlon.
Having the best mechanics I am enabled to do work
Chcsiiier and better thun tiny other firm in this city.
New work and Repairing done wiiL complete satisfaction, or no clnirge made.
FOR THE LADIES!.
" S. WLAjGUSTUH
Has Just Eeceivod from Paris Direct,
" PJcccH Ifiuc ITrcucii Merino,
Jn f ? '' kmies' Wme.r,c olmaus (uufi' trimn'd),
CO i iece 811k and Wool i'oplins, "
SO jicces Brocaded Satin,
Black Silks, Satins & Crapes, Col'd Woollen DreskGbo'ds
SilkCfipc'.nndannelotof O,tiioh Pe.itheru, in all the newest an.l
riclio ,t , olois. Come and examine them, as tbey must be sohl wUhoit Serve.
.Vlwo, to nrrlyo por SitejimHlUp "IIuiiIcom- " i '
now due, in part as follows:
Ladles' Black and Colored Silk Mitts, Black and ColoredSatlns and Surah Satins Merinos
Ladies' and ChilrtrenM Oloik. Capes and Shawls fresh from tho , Bort Pn i t '
Houses, ,n all tho Newest Sty es, .nil Pattern,. Ladles' and Children'"
Lace and LMo Ho-e, in all shades. vhhuxiii b
For the GcnUcmpn-McnV, Youih's nntlBov's Clotl-in- lower 7hr ,
other house in the, trade. Also, a special line ofO. & P II I'crroll&c VZ
.Men's and Boy's B0OT6 and SHOES, wliicli
' Mill be Hold at the IiOwet Hates to clear poiislBnmciit,
You have only to see the c goods to he convinced thai von cin't .In i,oii, i
where. Visitois and friends trom the other I, ,,l . are spedally .wiled ' ''
4B7 S. aXagniii, XXotwl St., Honolulu. 0m
110 Days from Glasgow !
G. W. MACFAELANE & GO:
Offer for sale the Cargo of the extreme
IRON CLIPPER SHIP "SHANDCN,"
Now being landed
In Exceptionally Iixie Condition,
and consisting of
FINE LINKS OF DRY GOODS,
' - - CKOCKERY.
. , PLANTATION STORES,
.." it 5 1 , , I'OBTABLE TRAMWAY,
- "- 'STEEL KAILS,
m , LOCOMOTIVES,
BAR AND SHEET IKON,
ENGLISH STEAM COAL.
' ' ' "'
b' "tn,!"'1 WiU b0.0,rC,"',
WILL BE PAID to any person or
persons who will give such In
forinatlou'is will lead to tho conviction
of tho persojn or poisom who obstrucled
or caiised vf bo obstructed the road to
Walkiki, bc.voml Sunny South, by plao
lug an ox-caft' across said road on the
night of the SMl'.'i of M ly Instanl.
D. DAM'TON. Deputy Murshul.
Ilonohilu, May a,?. trtHI. 411
fF YOUU IfOHSLj IS SICK or L.VMK,
X. or aiy way on" Igf order, call on A
T. B.Vlv Sit, at Ciot. J. O. Cluney's sta
ble, co-iierofl) ecu ifr Pu I'lhboiV su
E5TB XMklmr horjesj t' sa Idle or car
rhigo ii5,)'cnitilty. . Satlafaotlon guiirun
teed or uo charge 40 ly
NEW GOODS !
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carriage Lamps.
of Agate Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application?.)
HAS JUST RECEIVED ' H
A Supply of New Goods,
Coal, linn, Oak, Ash, Spokes, Rims,
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, &c, of the best quality,
Sold at the lowest prices.
v i i mwm; y
i ; h ,
c-t &c, &c, Ac.', &c.
f " -
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W. lACFAULANE & Co.
To Kent or LeuHc.
containing 7 rooms, with tab!
," r1;"'" eraivenicnce,
. 1 1 ,,'.'"" l"""' Artesian wa
terlaldon. Item moderate.
4ty At B. it. Ha Ajs
THE contents of n LAHQE HOUSE
.cons sting oW4Iooius, fall fur
iilshed and complelo, now occupied as a
Lodging llousi-.situated within 5 mlnu.
wt.nr v f-U.'u ' ' Kt,ut "w .
w ill fl years lease. For purtlculHre. an-
Ply to LYONS ii Li.VEY,l r
'liii 4y Auctioneere, Queen htrcet.