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MONDAY, JULY 2G, 18M.
amir itvaiani ironi rtauai
Stiur Likollkc from Wlndw.id Pott?
II 11 M S Pelican from Erfnliiinult, 11 C
Schr Canute from 11 Ho
Stmr 0 It Bishop Jor Lnhnlnn, Fnnuhnu,
Ilonokmt uiir. Kttku linclont 10 a in.
Stmr Kiiiiut foFMaul and Hawaii mid
Stmr MoJtfml for Molokal
SclnTullulo for Pain
Schr Mtilolo for Laupahoehoo
Sch W S Lownc for ban Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Likollkc for Kalntlul
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Schr Wahnalu for Ilunomu
Schr Eliuknl for Walaluu
Schr Ko Am Hon for Koloa
Schr Luka for Ktiholalclc & Kukalau
VESSELS III PORT.
II B M S Pelican. Hope
Fr seer llammonla, Aiimrd
Ger bk F 0 Sicbcu, Bruhii
Ger schr Mnry O Uolun,
GerbkFtust I Ismaick, Vandcr Vlng
Norwegian balk Aurora, Suttciland
Bk Blnuali, C 11 Jonas
Bk Ilo'ttlc.i, Joyeipon
Bkl:ic Geo 0 Pel kins, Ackman
hktno Consuelo, Cousins
Brit bk Isle of Eiin, Nicholson, fiom
Llveipnol, due July J5-H1.
Am bklSdwaul May, .Johnon, from
Boston, due August 20-ill.
Bilt ship Annum, fiom Liverpool, due
Haw btlg Al'io Kowc, J Philips, from
Hongkong, due Sept 110.
Am bug S.illua, Blake, from San
FrnncNoo, due at Kahnhil, June 20-2U.
IJol baik Don Nicolas, Jto-s, fiom
Port Townsond, W T, due July 20-:il.
Am schr Ida Schnaitcr, fiom Euioka,
Cal, due at Kahuiui .)nly.20-:;0.
Nio bk Blmljlo, Howard, iiom Do
partiucBay, B r, duo June 2.-30.
From Windward Porl, per Likellke,
July 5 Miss Dame, Mr Kiikland, A
Lldgate, Miss Hillebiand, J X W-iglit
and wife. Miss "Wi'iideiiberg, J Smith,
MrsJZablan, G Iliml, Mailer J Hind,
A Barnes, J v Datidson, Mi Sheldon
and scivant, A Jaeger and 2 sons, A
Bnibu, Fathe-' Loonore, J Fei ctat and
wife, Miss M Brown, G A Jackson, M!s
Perkins, Mr Gul'ek, Mis' Fanning, Bro
Arsenius, M G Bcekwilh, M S bylva,
Bro Thomas, Bro Joseph, Bio Finn els.
II E Leo, Mr Coahs, Mr Lawley. Mous
Fecr, Mr Hinds, 0 Copp, Shep Hon,
Mrs J Klund, Mrs Dlci.cnsim, Miss
Dickenson, Wo lion, Mis J u Jones and
2 children, Mrs Kalieoua, Capt Taylor
and daughter, It W Meyer and 175
For Sail Francisco, per schooner W S
Bowne, July 20 W P Pain, Mr Allen,
Mrs S Hose, Miss Grace ltose, Mis J i
' Wiseman and baby, Mi.-, and Miss Still.
From Kauai, per steamer Iwalani,
Julv 25-G X Wilcox, J T Wnteihouse,
Jf, A H Smiths, L II StoU. W.T Lucas.
S Decker, J Kaklna, E L Kauai and
wife, M MclJulelilnon, Miss Dickson,
II FoeUe and -12 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Llkelike 5,0 '3 hags of suga , 2"i
bags of coin, 3 hones and 200 pl.gs
Stmr Iwalani '1.233 su-iar, 10 cattle, 05
hide', 57 bags pi.i and 1 horse.
Schr Canute 2,lUa bags of suar.
The W S Bowne sailed this p m for
San FraneUco, wMli 12,M)2 bags of
sugar weighing ' ,421,977 poinds, and
The Iwulaul sails lo-nio'row evening.
She will call rt Xilhan (his" trip for
sheep. She wi'l arrive hero SaimdavA.
M., with sugar forthe S S Austialia.
In tills city, July 23th,
J. Asch, a sou.
to tho wife of
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Firry cais ariivcd by tho liismark
for Waimea lailioad.
Kekaha mill slopped giinding
lasrFrfdi:y for tho season.
Twenty-onis meal tickets may bo
proeuied at the 'Ab! or House for $4.
The Honolulu beat tho' Hawaii at
baseball Satuiday with a bcoio of 12
Captain Fieeman reports very
rough weather at XnwiliwiH last Sat
urday. Messrs. M.,S. Crinbaum &. Co.
have two com fori able cottages to let
on Lil'lia street.
Waimea railroad is being made
longer, and a second switch is being
laid at the lauding.
Consular Hags aro Hying to-day,
in honor of tho seventeenth birthday
of Kong Qui, Emperor of China.
Sin. James Gray, cider maker at
Koloa, Kauai, was tlnown out of a
buggy last Fiiday, and leceived a
In an advertisement, Sir. Wiseman
specifies u vaiiely of things for ealo
cheap, fiom a lino black mure down
to a bccretary.
Three persons in a tail boat we o
cruising outside, tho leef yesterday,
tiolling for dolphins, but were not
successful in catching any.
The row boat Kupiolani, belonging
to tho Honolulu Yacht & Boat Club,
cupsucd in the siuf oil' the haibor
yesterday, with bix- poisons in it.
Two Btcain plows that came by tho
Furst Bismurk will bo shipped to
Kauai to-monow. Ono is for Xtiwili
wili mid tho other for Liliuo planta
tions. Tun Fionch schooner Hamuiunia,
now in poit, will bo sold at unction
by Mr. L, J. Lovcy, on Wednesday
next, at 12 o'clock noon, for cubh in
U, H, gold coin.
At 1 o'clock, p. m ., on Wednesday
next, nn important meeting of tho
Board of Trustees of tho Queen's
Hospital will bo held at tho Chamber
of Commerce looms.
The Legislature adjourned this
afternoon till tho 9lh of August, to
allow those members of the house
who am also lax assessors to visit
their districts, nml nttend to their
Tun second mate of tho steamer
Iwalani received n painful gnsh be
low tho eye, from a kick by u bullock,
yesterday morning. Dr. McKibbin
sewed up tho cut, and tho ollieor was
able to work to-day.
Tun i milo foot race between Jas.
Toibcit and Latin, at Mukiki, last
S.iliuduy allciuoon, was easily won
by Toibert. Laau ran about hah' the
distance ylicti liu stopped, and com
plained oi u pain in the side.
. o .
Tun mate of the steamer Likellke,
while lid'ng in ausgy on Xuuanu
Avenue ycsioiday, collided with an
expro's cn.'iiae. Tlie male's vehicle
was broken at tho cent, whilo tho
expires wit; in no wa. damuged.
VaxdmA&teu Berger is suil'ering
from indisposition, in consequence of
which there will ho no conceit at
Emmii Square this evening. Mr.
Berger is so seldom absent fiom duly
that ho can well bo excused for once.
Mns. S. lto,.o and her daughter,
Miss dace, left by the schooner W.,
S. Bowuo this u'icmoof, for a few
month's vis't to t;e Co.c-1, for tho bo
neiit of M'ss Hose's hculih. Mvs. J.
E W'semnn who was also a paison
gor by tho Bowuo, is on a visit to her
San Fiancifcco j.'e ids.
Mn, II. J. Hart showed a Buixktin
rcpoiter, tin's mo. nitig, soine ex
quisite specimens of the handicraft
of tho Elite Ice Cream Pallor's
bakery, in the shape of a lot of
biide's and wedding cakes for a wed
ding to come oil' on the Island of
Kauai. Tho wedding cake consists
of a pyramid of four pieces with top
oiuamcnt of jasmine ilowers sui
mouined by a horse bboe. Tho biide's
cakes have top ornaments 'of oumge
blossoms alid doves. All a: c decor
ated with candy roses and silver
leaves. The cakes and ornamenta
tions, except the silver leaves, arc
hand-made at the Elite Ice Cream
Parlois, and reflect much credit upon
BUSINESS ft EMS.
Just received, ex S.S. Australia, a
lot of cry small Mau'la Cigais of o.
tnv fine brand. To be had at the
S7 Centkai. Cioaji Stand.
Artists' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stietchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. SO Gt.
Tim most popular lesort in tho
city are the Elite Ice Cream Parlors
Delicious Ice Creams, Ices, Cakes
and Candies alwavs on hand. 73
Dit. Fust's UnAiiT Bn.MnDY is a
Spccifi6 for all foims of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Desciiptivo book
witli every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. ' 351
West, Dow & Co. have received .ex
Australia, Oak Bedioom sets, Walnut
and Ash Extension Chairs, Folding
Carpet Chairs, Nurso Rockers, Cor
nice poles, Minor Plates, Baby Cai
liages, Cioquct Sets, Music Folios,
Music Books, Sheet Music, etc., etc.
' ' ' -
By the 'steamer Zealandia the Lead
ing Mill'nciy Iroti6C of Chas. J.
Fitliel lias leceived a lino line of
Gent's Ni'euwe.n, Unlaundied Shuts,
French K'd Gloves and Slippers tho
genuine avticlo Sv' s Edgings, all
oxer Laces. Full lino of Ladies,
Misses and ChildiouS Hals, Fcatheis,
Ornameot, etc. Ci'll at once and in
spect his Stock. 74
Paikonizi: Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W, Hingley, Cigar
Sliinufacturor, at the Crystal Soda
Works, wheie lie is pihpared to fill all
oiders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders Solicited
and piomptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully united to
the fact "no license is lequircd" to
sell these cigars. Do not foiget the
name J. W. Hingley, nor the place1
Crystal faoda Woiks, Hotel street.
DR. MOURITZ EXPLAINS.
Editor Bulletin: Please allow
me space for the following rcmaiks
l chatting the testimony given befoie
the Slolokai Investigation Commit
tee relating to the foreign physician.
Tim statements made '"that my
stay at the Leper Settlement was
tluee days a month, and that I
drew my salaiy without tendering
its full value in sei vices" are false.
I am plnsician to the whole Island
of Slolokai, and not to the Leper
Seltleinent exclusively: theietyic
my lime and services should be
divided. During tho first twrltu
mouths of my usidcuce on Slolokai
(the month of June 1885 excluded),
I resided solely at tho Leper Settle
ment and the Kona people justly
complained that the Government
pbyiduian never vhitcd them.
From tho dale of my entering
upon my duties at Kalawao, to June
30, 188G, C01 days are included:
on 410 of these my services woio
u tillable at the Leper Settlement.
I was present theie. I leave thu
Settlement when there is no pressing
need for my services, and I leave
Kona under similar ciicuii'stances.
Frequently rain-storms delay me
for a day or two, or tho exigencies
of piofesbionul work. Should my
services at any time bo urgently re
quired, either at Kalawao or Komi,
u messenger could leach me in 4
hours. 1 do not leave the Isluud.
Medicines can always ho obtained
nt Kalawao in my absence ; there is
a DUpenser theie; and besides him,
tho Calltolio priest, who is some
what of a physician, i9 also liberal1;
supplied with drugs, both for Kala
wao and Knlatipapa. At the latter
place theie is no Dispenser in my
absence ; there is no accommodation.
1 include this matter under (he head
of defects in my lllcnnial Report.
Lastly, there is a largo staff of
natitc medical praotionois, and
others, with its consequent impedi
ments. ' A. A. Alouttrrz.
Aioloktti, July 22, 1S8G.
H. B. M. S. PELICAN.
II. 15. JI. S. Pelican, II. W. Hope
commander, uirhcd this morning Hi
days from Ksqiiitnault, 11. C. The
l'oliuwi sailed from Uritish Co
lumbia July 5th at 5 a.m. Expe
rienced light head winds for til days,
when slionj: N. E. trades were re
ceived. Arihed off port at 12
o'clock last night and this morning
enteied the haihor. The Pelican
was here some ycitis two. She is
170 feet in length, !!G feet beam and
1,160 tons buiden. She carries 8
gutis, 2 six-inch and 0 live-inch,
besides ha nig four machine guns.
L'ollouing is the list of the ollicers:
Coiiwiaud'r IX. V. Hope.
L'ctlaiat! i A. I. Iloi;Jev.
It. H. Storv.
" L. A.Tawney,
JVrv. Lrt'.m:t T. Maclean.
Staff iV.-jrov-A. T. Conic.
C!'ifB '?.-G. T. Xewlon.
C: vrc-W. II. dibble.
willi a complement of 121 men,
inak'iig Hi4 men all told. The Peli
can will remain hoc nhoulono week,
when she will sail for the Southern
THE SOUTH SEA TRADE.
Tho hnik Star of Doxon, Lovell
master, got nwtiy for .laluit about 5
o'clock Satuiday evening. This de
parture mailcs a Ibrwaid step in our
South Sea Island tiade, tiiat ha,
hitherto only been conducted in
schooners. The Pacific Navigation
Company is to bo commended I'm
it-5 (MiU'ipiiso in charteiing this large
vessel, mid tho kingdom to be con
gratulated on such n valuable addi
tion to its mercantile inaiiue. On
the Star of Uevon'b return she will
piobably be icgistered under the
Hawaiian (lug, as "would have been
done belbie her departuio had the
bill now pending becoini' law, con
foiming the Hawaiian iegitry to
that ol Amerca and Englaiid. The
Government incisure, intioduoud
the other day by Sir. Gib-on, reliev
ing South Sea Island goods from
duty, will likely be n gie.it help to
this trade, and make Honolulu, as
the Minister snlil, the cnticpot there
for. The Star of Devon took a
moderate cargo of lumber and other
goods for consignees and the P. 'N.
(Jo.'s depot at .laluit. Site is owned
by Mr. P. Ijutlci, who cluutered her
to Sir. A. V. Cooke, Pnsident, and
Capt. Lovell, for the Pacific Naviga
FORT STBEET SCHOOL.
After a week's examinations of
the classes in the several depail
ments of the school, a grand mu-ter
and exhibition took place in. the
ptincipul's loom on Thuist'ay after
noon. Dining the foienoon, classes
weie examined orally. The results
of superior training were apparent
throughout in tho excellence of the
work pciiorined. Some ol the work
done in this school would be haul to
match ai)3'where. Veiy good p:inns
in composition, physical geography
and arithmetic aie shown by Slay
Lofqvist, Win. Love,' and C. F.
Peterson ;" in physical geography
and composition by Lita Wilder, in
physical g'ography njid aiithnietic,
by Katie Lisliinan, Lydia Fitzsim
nions. and Elbe M. Toibcit; in
composition, by Ilatliu Ihown nml
Fied. Ilammei", in composition and
aiithnietic, by Ailluir Wall, Antonc
Cunha, James Love, Reuben Dex
ter, Edwaid Lofqxist; and in arith
metic, by Godfiey Ivrichson. All
these papers weie models of coriecl-ne-s
in matter as well as in their
style of mechanical'exoeution. Capi
tals, piinctualiou and other essen
tials of good innnu-cript were caie
fully placed. A' coiuincndable
featuie in every paper was in that
the writers conllncd themselves
ligidly lo the tojiics befoie them,
making no lopg piefaccs nor endless
Tho sixlh grade, in charge of SI is.
E. li. Hendry pioduced some
beautiful specimens of blackboaid
work in algebra with (lies of papers
by different pupils in conic- sections
and other subjects. A series of
papers wiitlen at different times by
pupils, during the ynr, afford
ocular demonstration of steady pio-gie-s
in penmanship. Tho pupils
of this guide w!o lu.vo passed the
neccssaiy Icms fur advancement, and
their averages in arithmetic, langu
age, geography, comVmsilion ami
dictation, aie: Augusta Uerger,
81.8; Aghes Cielglitmi, 08.4; Ida
Dower, 03.15 ; Alible Giiruey, 81,0;
Mnry John-ou, 83.2 ; Sliunie Lewis,
8-2X; Jesio.Mcflowati.Oli.-!; Anita
Neumann, 07; Annie Ward, U'i
Rella Weight, 0!.C ; Belle Weir, 'JO ;
Maggie White, 8o,0; John Johnnon,
0:2.8; Win. P.iikuli, 00.8; Willie
Peterson, ftO.75 ; Fied. Reweastlu,
80.8 ; Alfred Wall, 85.8.
At li' :.'J0 o'clock, IJ.mdiunster
Berger look his portion at tie
piiuiii, and as he din.bed off a lively
maicli, the diffwent depart menis
filed in to the pijncipal'B iooiu, in
charge of tho respective teachers.
A'lai'gu crowd of spictalo:s lllled
cu-ry inch of spate space in the
loom while other groups piessccl
eagerly forwaid in the doorway and
at the'open windows. Aniong thosu
present we're Ministers Gibson,
Crelghton and Dare, lions. J. S.
Walker and J. L. Kaulukou ; U. S.
Minister Merrill mid Sirs. SIcrrill ;
Consul Naknmuru and Sirs. Naka
mura ; . Pilncipals Sim Iclntofch and
Atkinsofi". The following pro
gramme was gone tlnough in capital
st le :
Sons Sledlev School
Rec lution Little Truth Teller....
i I.ela Lemon
Recitation Pole's C-Ml tint's
Recitation Music Slool Maiy Weir
Song Med ev School
Recllalion A Little Too Pc t
. .-. . Arnioml Wall
Compo-ll Ion Pavaplnase fiom Lntfy
of the Lake.: LUa Wilder
Dlalogi'-'-Auction Jtad Belle
Weight and Ailuur Wall.
Rcchation Phiieion Iicas Slnck-
Pliino Solo Aitliur Wall
Reelti't ion When SpiifiBigau...
Song Tho Finest on Parade
Recitation The Strange Cat
Composition A Ycatly Kxiunhiu-
iloii ' llnttle Bvown
Recitation' Hie Dead Doll Lizzie
Dcclrniilion Rodeiiek Dint and
'"li.-. Jumps Reuben Dexter
Reel' a. Ion Uaedlo Made a Ma-ou..
Song Sledley School
Slaster SVillic Ikugcr's number
was encored, when ho added another
piece, "Where Ihoio's a will tbeie'b
a wny." Master Wall's piano solo
was a fine effort, the more so owing
to the voli of the performer and
the fchorlui'ss of the time dunng
which he has been taking lessons on
the justiumciH. blaster llergcr, on
leaving the platform the second
time was picsented within line Atlas,
of the World. Piizos for drawing
were given by Sirs. Strong to Win.
Hill-, , James Love, Atka Sintaia,
Willie Beiger, Florence Hong, Edith
Eldridgc ami Antonc Cunha, the
last named leceiving special uieu
lion as having produced the best
Conn i at u lory leinarks were made
by Minister Gibson., Principal
Scott announced that, on consulta
tion, the teacher- had concluded to
give no prizes thi-i year, feilmg that
it would be impossible to assign
prizi'S to those ically most deseiv
iugbf them, and that everv pupil
who hud won n prizo was ulrmuly in
possession of it in the mental and
moial acquisitions he had made.
The musical pait of the pro
gramme was favoied throughout
with piano ateompaniuients by
The whole examination and exhi
bition was a brilliant sucoess.
Last evening, t; little past 0
o'clock, a collision occurred between
twovihieles, at Leleo, in front of
Rawbn's Soap hacloiy. A pnvate
buggy, containing two gentlemen,
was being diiven at a moderate
pace in the diiection of Kalilii. A
buichei's wagon, laden with beef,
was lra cling in the opposite direc
tion, towaicls town, also at a moder
ate pace. At tho sport above indi
cated the two vehicles were nearly
passing each oilier, each on its
ptoper side of the load, with an
open epaee between them. Sud
denly the hoi so drawing the
butcher's wagon shied fiom a boat
turned upside down and covered
with canvas by tho side of the toad,
and darted acioss the road straight
in the direction of the passing
buggy. The driver of the Ifoise in
the 'buggy -endeavored to escape
by swerving olf towards I he Soap
Facloiy, but failed. Collision lol
lowcd.' The lop, one side, and both
wheels on the same side of the
biiguy weie badly smashed. One
of its occupants was thrown out,
injiuing an arm sevetely. The
driver leiained his seat and the
reins, and received no damage other
than a few slight scratches. For
tunately the horse stood still as soon
as the collision occurred, or more set i
ous consequences would piobably
have lesullccl. lbe ilnver ol llio
butcher wagon was piccipiiatcd
fiom his seat, and nastily bruised
by the fall. Portions of tho shafts
w'ero broken, the attachments of the
harness snapped, and the hoise
made for town at cxpiess silted
without dilver or load. No one
seems to deserve blainu for this un
pleasant occuireuee but the man
who placed the boat by the road
side, wheio it lias been lying for
some time. The neighbors testify
that theyhuve seen many horses
shy from the Mime canto dining the
past few days, and as-cit that
si vcral accidi ills have very nearly
happened at Unit spot. The police
would do well to oider the boat's
A REMIUISUEHCE OF SLAVERY DAYS.
While practicing law a number of
yeais ago, I bad a peculiar will case.
An old lady who was a slave-holder,
dying, bequeathed lier colored man,
John, and In r dusl.y undd, June,
who Mistaiued to cml'i otht r the ic
latiou of husband and wife, to the
tiustocs of the ehim h, to bo used as
far as possible to tho "glory of
God," I was anions lo know what
course was taken, and upon investi
gation found that, alter meditation
and prayer, the piini.s tiiislciw sold
lluirliv'ng log my at auction ami
with the pioccod senta inUsioiuu'y to
China, Judge Tom gee.
DEATH OF ABRAHAM BOLSTER, JR.
EXQUH'.T INTO TIIK DEATH OF ABRAHAM
U01.3TUII, .11!., HONOUn.U, JULY
21, lhSIJ, llllOUK DAVID
DAY t ON', DU'L'IY
Antone Diuiz said: Abraham
Bolster and a companion got into
my express in front of the Empire
Saloon, Hotel sticet, about half-past
.six yesteiday afletnuon. They were
not so ili link as to be noisy, bui I
could see that they weie lialf-iu-toxieated.
I look 'them from tho
Empiiu Saloon lo thu lane on the
other side of the Chinese Theatre,
King street; fiom tlieicto Palama;
thence to Ivoholaloa ; theme to the
Fisli Sltiikcl. 1 did not sec theni
di ink along the way. When we got
to the Fish Slaiket tho smaller man,
that is the deceased, bought from a
Chinaman sonic watermelons and
Hah, but as he did not pay for them
the Chinaman took the watermelons.
This was while the deceased was
lying on the giotiud, the other man
having pushed him backwatd, knock
ing him down. The other man Hen.
Waite stood over Bolster in that
position, looking at him, Jor a lew
minutes till the police came. One
olllcer put deceased in my wagon,
and another ollieor led the other
man away on foot, all coming to the
Station House. "When the other
man thiew Bolster down lie said
something that idid not hear. There
diil not appear to be any quarrel be
tween them, but they seemed to act
in a liicndly way. (.to Sir. Bolster,
Sr.) Alter deceased was put in the
caniage at the Fish Maiket ho (lid
not speak a word lo anybody. I had
no tiouble with either of the men, as
they were not disotdeily, and I heard
no qtiarvl between the two. After
leaving Hotel sued the men did not
secin lo be very drunk, but the
laigor man was more intoxicated
than the other. They weie in my
wagon about half-au-hour up to the
Kalaehao said: L was at the Fish
Slaiket last evening when deceased
and another man came theie in a
Portuguese man's express. I saw
the lai ger man throw the other one
down. They were theie before I
eaino out. All 1 saw was the tall
man cat chin;' the other by the
tin oat and tin owing him to the
giound. The laigo man did not use
enough force to thiow his companion
down if tho hitler was not half
ili unk. He put both hands on the
(libel's In cast and pushed him back
haul. I saw some blood on the
giound where (he smaller man lay.
The laiger man did nothing further,
but wauled sonic natives to pick the
Iloloua (policeman No. 2) said:
I was at the Fish Slaiket and saw
this boy come down. He was drunk
then. He bought some mullet and
some salmon. Then he started for
the street wheie the wagon was
standing. I did not sec what hap
pened when he went to the wagon.
Shoitly after some boys came in
and told me there was a man dead
out there, had been shoved over.
I ran lo the place and saw Bolster
hing on the ground with hiaace
up. I grabbed him by the shoulders,
lifted him up and ased him to come
along, and he made no answer.
Then the other man standing along
side ol him spoke to me and asked
mo to lift him into the wagon. The
night watchman at the lion Works
and 1 lifted him into the wajion.
The wagon we put him into was that
of the Portuguc3o who was standing
hcie. Then I called that police
man theie, who Was standing on the
corner, to get into the wagon and
take this man over lo the Station.
This policeman and Bolster were in
the wagon coming lo" the Station,
and 1 and the other man walked
here, lie was not veiy (hunk. The
man said he felt veiy curious,
heavy-like, and that ho came lo
Honolulu to bo doctoied. He had
been dunking, but had his senses
enough to know what he was talking
tiboiil. When we i cached the Sta
tion House Sir. SIcKcaguc was here.
1 and the other poli.eman eairicd
Bolster in and laid him down, and I
told Mr. SIcKengiio that litis man
shoved the other down, but I did
not see it.
Sir. Alexander Holster at this
btago said tfial, from tho evidence
he.ud, ho was. inclined to believe
that it was the push and fall of his
sou that cniiacil the effusion of
blood in his btain. He therefore
would ask for an inquest.
Sir. Dayton consented lo summon
a jmy and hold an inquest.
Tho follow In-i juiy was summoned
and swotn in view of the body, and
the Inquest then adjourned till Tues
day at Hi'. M. : IJobt. Giievo, A.
Hewitt, Peter .luiic, G, D. Freelh,
J. II. Lovejuy tmd F. L. Leslie.
The body w a" then lomovod by the
.iclatlvta. Tho funo-al took place
yesterday morning at 10 o'clock,
under the auspice of the Honolulu
Typographical Union, Rev. J. A.
Ciuzan conducting the services.
IJoxo'.um.', July 2-1, 1880.
This is to icitify that we, the un
designed, have lids day held a. post
iimn in I'xiiiuiimlioii on the body of
Ahiabani P.uUtoi, Ji., al thu Matlott
iloitho in Honolulu, who had been
dead font and one half hours.
Jiiijur worn was well marked.
Thoiu was a slight coniunlon on tho
scalp over llut light pailetal region,
quite hiipeihclal in chaiaeler. On
icmoving tlie scalp lliero was no ex
travasation of blood between it and
llio kull, llio omnium picsented
tlin tiaiuil ippiAM'v and thowing
nosigns of fiacliuc On leuioviuglbo
calvnrla there was fouuit extensive
intia-araclinoidcan extravasation of
blood over the whole sut face of the
brain, with passive congestion; more
maiked in tho left cerebral hemi
sphere. l)i other respects the brain
presented a norma! appearance
We tltoicforo cotily that death
resulted fiom passive congestion of
the brain with sanguineous eiTiislon.
A. SIoWaynk, SI. D,
G. II. SIaiitin, SI. D.
DEATH OF CEORCE MULLER.
A telegram fiom Australia, dated
Slay 4th, announces that this ser
vant of God has entered into his
rest. JIo was horn September 27,
1805, in Kroppcnstadt, Saxony, anil
went to England as a preacher of
the gospel in 1820. In April, 18a0,
he opened bis Orphan-house in Htis
tol, and devoted himself with un
exampled success to this cause for
forty-three years. From the year
1875 ho felt the duly laid upon him
to testify in all lands of his living
God and Saviour, who hears every
wltcic the prayer of fnitli. Accord
ingly, lie visited the various coun
tiies of Europe, and afterwards
Palestine, India and Asia Slinor,
and tho last autumn, notwithstand
ing the burden of hiseigthty years of
age, ho journeyed .also to Australia;
mid there, in thu liudst of his labor,
suddenly he was not, for God took
him. He said once, ''As a ship,
laden with a rich cargo, hastens to
its haven, so would 1 ever see the
gates of heaven open before me, and
cuter in." To the fullilment of this
wish lie lias now attained. How
many, to whom he was a blessing in
body and soul in this world, will
thank him in eternity 1 lIis"Urphan
houses in Ashleydowns, near Bris
tol, in which more than 2,000 or
phans have been cated for, remain,
n noble monument of his spirit of
faith and prayer. His son-in-law,
James Wright, has for some years
carried forward his work, on the
principles of the founder. Ex
change. Two men sailed for New York
from the Clyde, on the 28lh June,
in a boat l'J feet long. They took
provisions for two months.
East Miini Plantation Co.
rpilHE will bo a Special Mietltig of
JL the tilocklioldcis of thu LVt Slnui
I'luntutlnn Co. on SATUKIMY, July 31.
I8b0, at the officii ot C. Blower & Co,
Honolulu, at 10 o'clock a.m. II v ordei
of the President. P. C. JONKS,
FG til Secreti. ry.
SliritEIKli! COUHT of tlio liu
Mtiiii'ii Islands. In the matter of
lbe Bioikiuptoy of C. Al'AII. At Cham
bers, letoro Sir. Justice JlcCully.
Ordeicti that citation isue to said C.
Apaii lo appear befoie said Justice at
Chambers at 10 A.M. of
Wednesday, July 28th inst.,
for ileierminnlion of llio question of the
bankruptcy of t-ald C Apuii on petition
or Ymi Yick.
Dateil July 22,1830.
HI' THE COURT.
J. II. Heist, 2nd Deputy Olt rk. SH 4t
Inler-IsM S. 1. Co.,
The JSesfc lOotvte
to thoVorld Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and staunch
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leaves Honolulu nt 10 o'clock a.m. on
Friday, July 2Srd.
The steamer rushes along tho cnlifc
coast of the lcownnl side of llhw-'il, af.
fording tourists a panoiamaof cbairn.'
ing scenery, and will stop at Keubikc.
kiia Buy, where sufficient lime is allow.
I'd to visit the Monument of Captain
Tourists by this rottto rearli Piinalim
at 5 o'clock on the day after leading
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, milking the entire mngo in
smooth water. At Punuluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists 'will lie conveyed
by railroad lo I'ulmlu, lliearo by stage
coach to Half.wny Houpo, whuto hoises
and guides will be in attendiiucu to con
vey litem lo tho Voleano.
Tourists will luivn two nights und one
whole day at tho Volcuuo House
Tickets for the round trip, $60, which
inoludes all expenses.
Apply to HAUItY ATtMlTAGE,
Agent, nl Williams' Pliotogrunli Gallery,
Fort Btnet, or ai the office of the LIB
N. Co,, E' plumule.
rpiIE undeisigned it prepared to fur.
X nish siecimciis of all thu
Ferns of tho Hawaiian Islands
nt leuboun'olo tutc3.
Conmlotti CoilecllOtis cnibtac.
iii'K'lv iieilotlop ceiHlna-'fl families
dNplry o.u'.o ttouiiH or u.'cit fe.n wllli
roo'is inn' o.'ier lipoil.i.tiDiitiso each
plant. CoP-.'CilOiis emoi.cli) lioin Sffl
to 61) v.'.iciics e'c'p inly moiMlcd and
dccoiptod v.'i.h iiinvo-- llc'ie.is and sea.
weeds peculiar lo die l-Unt's ulwnys on
bund at MirH'J.K'uj Ihos.' Ait blore,
Foil Sticci, lloiio'uhi.
PackueH of Uiu spoiSb of all varieties
of funis fou.id iu the gioim for sale.
I tosh spoios and nio i-cctiiely.put up and
I'ccituili'ly named. Price per packet 10
Panuihlct coaliiltiing puillculnis in
lcfcienec lo living plants, w ith a catu.
lugt'o of (ho ferns mulled to any address
within lite Pobiul Union upon leceipt of
fi coin stump. Address,
F. L. C1.AUKK,
87 llciuoluiu, Oahu, 11, 1,
Lniul in Kukiiihnele, Hii"
Wii, lov Stilu. ;
AN ttnilivldict half lnlcjot in IIP.
Pll tiflkh.'mr Inu.l ..f the IMciflb
htigar Mill C -. The liu. I I magnified '.
cniio land, nail emir rlpo 2J uito. This
land will liu t-ohi renbOtmb i, and pari
doners will tl nil it a pritliablo Invest,
iitcnt. Adihess or npplv to
.T. K" WISEMAN, -fcC
Iw Bad l.Mnto Agent.
Jfow Land in cr. ox BirmlilU -
WHITE 131(0.-' . '
.cqunii' nml Atih F're rie.k-",
Fite Clay, Llveij.ool It.x.k Pnlt,
Also, a full lute of lite bet 1 inml of
Ales, Stout; Beer, Wine and
For Mile at lowed r.ilis in quaufllfislo
suit at : .-."
87 1 w F. A. SCM At FF.tt A CO.TS.
A tan's Siifeigs nit
.A. Voloo i'rom ..VuHlrlii.
Near llio Ullage of ZilllngUnrf, in
Lower Austria, lives Maria Haas an ill. .
telllgent and liidu-tri"UH woman, tiOo
story of jdij sicnl -tillc Ingnml llnatie
lief, as iclatul by hei-elf, is of inlenU
to linglMi women. "Iv.ns cmplouil,"
she iy, " in the work of a iate fui.n-'-hote-c."
()et.oik hi ought On .Mold .
lte.'idiiche. followed 1y a deulhiy fulnt.
Ingnnd i-lel.tie-s of lbe lomaibj utitil I
wa unable lo -lctnlu cither Tood orA4h
drink. 1 win c mpollul lo tnlto lo my
bed lor sovuuil Wiil.i. Gutting u little .
heller from test and quiet, 1 houglit I
do some woil,, bin vmip roon taken w. h
a pain in iuy sli'e, which in a liulo
while seemed" lo pu ml ever my w lulu
body, and throbl.eil in my eveiy liuili.
This was followed by a 0Mij;ii mid
t-hortnoi.J of buath, until llniilly 1 coi.lil.
not sew, anil l luou to my tn.il inr llio
second, anil, as I thought, for the l-isl
time My friends told " e 1'ini my tl-nu
hud leailyiQinc, and that 1 could not
live longer than when llio ttcri pn1 jh -titclr
gr-..i nee moi e. Tlien 1 bin p-n.
eil to get one of the t-cij-'el vnnpl.li"'.
I read it, ami my dcci inothei bun, lit,
me it bottle of eeigel's synip, wIiiim I
took c:. .oily aeeoitliug io dlnclio,
nml I bad not taken the whule ot it ue
foie I felt u gnat change for the bctl -r.
My last illness began Juno .PS.', nul
Loalinued to Aiiuutt Wli. v.hi'u J lnj m
to take the riuup. "Very .iin I '( Id
do lultitle 1 gltl work. "' no w'.iglt l.'l't
me, and 1 wn; no mine iron l,bt! in
b catbiiig. Now 1 win n-rtecly cu:.d.
And oh, how happy I tun! 1 cnn'mi -x- s
ptcss giaiitmlo enough for SpLiI'h
tjyi.ip. Xow 1 musl t'll on thai :bo
uoeto s in ourdhtuit illstiibuteil Ji..,d
bills cautioning people against the
nudioine, tellinj; theni it would doili in
uo good, and many wcte thereby inllu.
encid to destroy llio belgi 1 p.impirMs;
bill now, wlieiot ir ono ia to bf toio t, ii
is kept like a relic- '1 he low pre-et id
are JLouowid to iciul, mid liao hmt
miub lor si. miles .iround our diiti'ci. '
I'eople have eome eighteen .miles lo.ot .
me to buy th" medic ittu lor than, ki.uw.
ing thai it cured me, tmd to I r .mn to
gel the right l'.ind. I lmoft u-won on
who wns bioMujr llln lU'i-.tb. and v no
tohl them iheu w- uj hup fir I er,
Unit she hud I'tumultcd sev.-ial OoeiiTs,
but nouuiridd help her I told hii of
Sc'gelV Strop, and wioto llio mime
down for h( r thai "lie might make uo
mistake. She took my tulviei. uuil lio
S)rti), and now alio ii'iu perleol hiiifh,
and tho people atomid u.s aio miniAtl.
The medicine has marie Mich pioyrs
in our neigh boi hood thin people my
they don't want the dootur any tin re,
buttbet tuko tlmti.vr p. SufTeuiH li'iin
j,out who w'ero conimid to their bid end
i.ould baldly move u finger, bate In i n
cuied bv ill Thoie 1(5 a gill in out ois
tricl who caught a cold by going
tliiougb fomi' vtattr, i Hid v,;i5 io bed l.vo
yeuis with cistiteuets und rbtiiu.iio
paiiiF, mid had to havo an atiendi.n' to
wnloh by lu'r, ".'beie-1 us not a in or
in the suiroiinding di mcih Uiuli'. m
her mother had not applied to rcli.ivu
Tin -. . 1 1 .1 li.it i ... .' n.i. ni'k.t.il flu ,i.
M-lvcs and siiid thi'V could i.ol bell) her.
i.Whenuver the little bell Mill' whiei. is
rime: in our, place when Miiuelinot is
ilcail, we Ihottglii jiiuely it was for lu-r,
but SeigelV Syihp and VIU saved I, or
life, alul now sho bin biallliy aR'any.
1ydy, goch to chinch, and can v'erk
oven in llie llchU. Kvciybudy wa-iis.
(onisl'ed when they mw her out, know
ing how many yeuis sho had been In
bed. To-ilur hu mlris her gutlilmlQ to
mino for God's meitios and Sclftel's
Synip. ii.iitiA IIAA.''
Thu people of IhikmU tpeak ciitiim.,
log thu above.
i , .
A.'lci' 2llu n y "VTcni'. . ir
" WhilllcleAVooiIs, near Oliotley,
"Dear Sir, Mother SelgelV uiedielnu
sells o.ciedlug well with iu, alt thai 'iy
it speak highly iu iis fuvm. e Jiail a
cine of a vounif Indv that hud b. en timi,
bled many em s with pnius after iiitbig;
She tells us that thu pains were entimly
taken away afler a few ib'tis of .t.itir
medicliip. Youn truly, Ii. PimiV'
Vrtei' Hovcral T.'jiti'rt.
"lokoJ'iinv, Jiiiunuy Dili. 18SJ.
"Genllinun, I Hnvo tisid BJeui's
Syrup fortctcud jeaia, imd have fo'i nd
it a most fclJU-tttdmiH nmidy foi Lver
complulnn mid general didilliit, i: d I
always keen some by me, ami c.n ml
speak too Idglily in "lis prohe 1 re.
inaiii, tours liuly, Iluiili'tt King '
Afliir HlilloiMJ Yotiw,
"1)5, Nort'giilo cJttCfl, V, orkoji, Nt its,
"Dir.mbci 2(J'h, iltii. .
"Genlluiicn, It i with the grin est
of plousmu 1 accord my testimony x. to
the clllcaey of Muthrr Siigel'sryi ip.
My wifo, who has ntl'ured fium ao Uo
Dyspepsia for over flxlien yiar, Is . ovy
perfectly hello" Ihtout-h the (..del .'111
of your Sytup. 1 havo eiit pound loo
iiiediciiieA from doctoig in fuel, 1 he
gun to think she was Incurable, u'.ill
tour marvellous meclicliiu iva tried.
I rviniiia, yours, tliaukttilly.
AM'i.i.u For, '
'X"ln XJtfi!ilM linvo 1iuii
"(llford lload lJispuitary, DuklnlKld, J
" Dear Sir, I am happy to inform
you that the sulo of join fciupuml I Ills
litcrciisi's Iwrc loutmuiilly, tfcvirai of ;
my ciisloiacrii upeak of having deilcUv
more binelll Iiom Ihu iiM'of iheio uiu
fiom any other mctlluiiu. Iu mw in.
klunce thn ell'octs hutn Iron Miiiidc id.
"Vout turv rcsret'ful'f. -1
I It wly Fuo. Eowt-N EiiTvoon, J.,"w
UiJ v.' toaJaaiC?1.
!ii4SiNai , '.'4bK