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TUKSDAY, FEU. 28, 1888.
Stmr W a Hull from Maul nml Hawaii
Schr Leahl from llanalcl
Bktno DUcoverv for San Francisco
Stmr Mlkalinla for Knual at 5 p m
Bk Colusa for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bk 0 O Whltinorc for San Fiaiiclsco
Schr Mol Wulilno for Kohalalelo
Schr Kaulkcaonll for Kohala
For Maul and Hawaii, per Kluau,
Feb. 27 For Volcano : Sirs A A Brown,
li Ilravermau and wife, "V 0 l'lcrco and
wife, Rev Mr Adams and wife, and Dr
1) McGregor. For Hllo and way ports:
Mrs M Brown, J S Smithies, O Fur
jicatix and wife, Hurry T Walker, J A
Beckwltli; Win Arenford, 0 W Cabe, M
Loesollc, II Keneke, Dr .T F Noyes, F 1
Hastings and wife, Airs E J Wnlker,
Major W Uj.Cormvcll, Mrs Kitcliie,
nurse nnd 3 children, Miss Bose Makce,
Mrs .T W Widdeilcld, II S Trcgloan and
about 40 deck.
Five out of seven of the schooners be
longing to Allen & Kobiuson, were in
The bktne Discovery sailed last even
ing for fc'tm Francisco with 12,13-1 bgs of
sugar, valued at SGO,7G0.
VESSELS IN PORT.
USS Adams, Kempff
UBS Vandalia. Rear Admiral Kimbcrly
USS Marlon, Dyer
Bk Lady Harowood, Williams
Bk Saranac, Shaw
Bk D C Bryant, Lee
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Tiihek whaleships arc reported to
bo off Molokai.
Susricious characters are getting
rather numerous of late.
No siqns of the S. S. Bclgic
the time of going to pi ess.
Messrs. Redward nnd Walker have
begun work on the additional shed
for Brewer's wharf.
Attention Co. B, Honolulu Rifles!
Owing to tho inclemency of the
weather there will bo no drill this
On account ' of the threatentng
state of the weather to-day, shipping
in tho harbor was as quiet as a grave
yard. The confiscated beer taken by tho
Government in tho Shcppard and
Ludwisko raids, will bo sold at auc
Captain Shepliurd was the only
man met by our reporter to-day, who
did not growl at the condition of the
roads after tho rain.
The annual meeting of tho Kawai
loa Ranch Co. will bo held at tho
office of Bishop & Co., to-morrow
afternoon, at 3 :30 o'clock.
Tun brigantine W. G. Irwin with a
yellow flag Hying from her foremast,
is discharging at tho O. S. S. wluuf.
Tho wharf is open and anybody is
allowed to pass in and out.
With tho oxcoption of one case of
drunkenness, Frank and Mrs. Lud
wisko's beer case occupied the atten
tion ot tho Police Court all forenoon,
and was resumed this afternoon after
Fivk thousand four hundred and
thirty-ono gallons of sperm oil, tran
shipped valuo $60,325.00, taken by
the Ladoga, were forwarded to San
Francisco by tho barkentino Dis
covery last evening.
RETURN OF THE ADAMS.
Yesterday at noon tho U. S. S.
Adams was reported some distance
off. Shortly before three o'clock
"Central" reported the man-of-war
to bo tho Omaha. After 1110 change"
of name had been made and printed
in the Bulletin, "Central" an
nounced "it to be tho Adams after
all." The Adams is anchored in tho
naval row and looks as natural as
ever. All hands are well and kind
of glad to get back to Honolulu.
Samoa was left in a peaceable state,
tho German guards having returned
to ship. Tho German Tessels of war,
Adler and Orea, wcro at Apia when
the. Adams left there. Tho Mohican
was also at Apia, she having arrived
there on Jan. 29th. Tho trip from
Samoa to Honolulu was made in 20
days, nothing out of tho usual line
SUPREME COURT-"!!! CHAMBERS.
IIIU'OUi: MCK1JUT0N, J.
Monday, Feb. 27, 1888,
In ro Victoria Fortado. Amended
petition of Antonia Morriz Fortado
to declaro a marriago mill and void.
Hearing continued from 20th inst.
Being heard and at 1 1 ;55 a. it. a
recess taken until 2 i si.
' y. V. Ashford for petitioner; W.
A, Kinney for respondent,
ijcvonic juud, o. J.
Estate qf Emma. Kalcjeonalani,
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Full Dress White Yests,
TniBlccs' first annual account filed
January 18, 1888, is approved.
A. J. Carlwright, trustee.
Estate of llernlcc P. Hiahop, de
ceased. Second annual account of liuslees
filed January -1, 1888, is approved.
S. M. Damon one of the trustees.
CREDIT TO WHOM IT IS DUE.
Editou Uut.uvm: In your issue
of last evening lcpoiting the state
ment of the Master in chancery, in
the matter of the accounts of the
treasurer of the estate of the lion.
Mrs. 13. P. Bishop, allow rac to say
that the credit of making up this
account, "correct in every paiticu
lar," is duo to Col. W. F. Allen, who
has for the last two years acted as
S. M. Damon,
Trcas., Trustees Estate Bcrnico P.
February 28, 1888.
RAIN AND Tl
Floods and Damage
An Immense Downpour!
The rain which resumed at one
o'clock p. in. yesterday, after a few
hours' cessation, continued the
balance of the day and throughout
the night, until 8 o'clock this morn
ing, with but short intervals of rest.
At middiglit it came down in tor
rents, and again at a little before
daylight. Thunder and lightning
also kept rumbling and glaring
throughout most of tho night.
At 8 o'clock this morning the
stream that crosses King street, near
the ChincsCfjlaundry, wa a surging,
laging, foaming, boiling and tumul
tuous stream, that swept almost
everything away in its course. The
water as it went past the budge tra
veled at a very rapid rate. Pieces
of houses dotted the stream here
and there. A long double-pointed
Chinese boat was taken by the
stream, hurled against the bridge
and broken to atoms. A score or
more of natives were in the shallow
part of the bay near the lime kiln
picking up the drift wood and cart
ing it home. Chinamen and natives
living on tho bank of the stream
were in constant fear of their houses
being undermined and swept away,
while a crowd of native spectators
shouted vociferously as pieces of
houses were torn off and carried
away by the torrent.
The rice fields both at Waikiki
and Kapalama were under water.
Houses on low ground were in the
center of lakes:
On the' Palama side of the Chi
nese theater people were seen wad
ing nearly knee deep in the water
round their houses, gathering parts
of buildings that were lloating
about. Roads were swept clean of
mud and left rugged with piojecting
stone like the "rocky road to Dub
Reports' were current this morn
ing of telephone wires being struck
by lightning last night and distorted
and twisted up into balls, in some
cases inside of the houses where the
instruments are placed.
In the report of the Rev. W. B.
Oleson to tho trustees of the estate
of Mrs. B. P. Bishop, he states that
the school was opened for the ad
mission of pupils Oct. 3, 1887. Ac
commodation had been provided for
forty-five boys. Thirty-four passed
the examination successfully and
others have been admitted, bo that
the school lacks but five of having
its full complement, so far as pre
sent accommodations are concerned;
and applications are on file to fill the
vacancies when the next term be
The requirements' for admission
were good physical condition, and a
satisfactory written examination in
the four fundamental rules of Arith
metic, the spelling of one hundred
English words, tho composition of
English sentences, and Hawaiian
ceoDrranliY. The total average in
the examination, on the basis of 100,
has been 71.
The average age ot tho pupils is
1 5 years and 7 mouths.
The faculty numbers five, viz. :
tho Principal, Rev. W. B. Oleson,
two lady teachers, Miss Reamer,
and Miss Dressier; tho instructor
in carpentery, Mr. W. S. Terry, and
tho matron, Mrs. Andrew.
The courso of study covers three
years aim comprises an uiai i
taught iuanyilrst class school where
boys are fitted for a practical busi
It is intimated that qualified per
sons will occasionally deliver Friday
evening talks on such subjects as
road building, caro of animals, tem
perance laws, care of tho health,
house building, land titles, mort
gages and leases, etc, etc, An
hour and a half of instruction in
some form of industrial training is
ptovided for each boy live days in a
week. An hour and a half of
manual labor arc performed by each
boy every morning, six days in tho
week ; about Jlvo hours a day is al
lowed each boy for recreation and
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pleasure. It is intended to use a
portion of this time in military drill
and yinnnstiu exercises as 'soon as
proper arrangements can be made.
Mr. II. M. Whitney has put 20
in gold into the hands of tho Princi
pal to he put at interest for one year
and then bo given to the hoy who
makes tiic most progress in any
branch of technical education taught
in tho school, during tho year 1888.
An inventory of bcltool propel ty
shows thntit amounts to S-1G,881.1U.
The running expenses from Oct. 1st,
1887, to Dec. HI, 1887, amounted to
Last Sunday evening two German
lunas, belonging to the Liliue planta
tion, after imbibing freely, came to
words, which ended in a quarrel,
wherein one man stabbed the other
in the shoulder, inflicting a painful
wound. The parties were arraignod
Her Majesty Queen Kapiolani and
suite arrived on the Mikahala, AVcd
nesday morning, and proceeded at
once to the residence of lion. P. P.
Kanoa. At about noon of tho same
day she left for Hanalci. She is
expected in Lihue to-day and will
remain over Sunday. If tho weather
remain pleasant, Her Majesty will
start for Koloa on Monday, and ex
tend her vjsit to Waimca.
Mr. and Mrs. Dreir, Mr. and Mrs.
Markham and several friends, also
came on the Mikahala. Carriages
awaited them at JNawiliwili to take
them to the hospitable home of Mr.
Dreir in Elude.
It is rumored that the Rev. J. T3.
Ilanaike of Liliue is to be removed
from this place, because the Hawai
ian Board of Missions wish him to
labor among the natives on Hawaii
and Maui. His successor is the
Rev. Mr. Desha, formerly of Ha
waii. A sad death occurred in Liliue
this week. Hcrniina, a little
daughter of Mr. Oswald Scholtz,
our genial Post-Master, was taken
ill with the croup last Saturday
night. Inflammation of the tonsils
set in, and death ensued on Wednes
da' night. Her funeral, on Thurs
day, was attended by all the fami
lies of Lihue. The deepest sympa
thy of the entire community is felt
for the bereaved family.
The Inspector-General visited the
schools this week, and to-day ex
aminations arc being held. Thir
teen teachers assembled in the Li
hue school to be examined, and were
kept bus' all day, having been ex
amined in 10 subjects.
Kauai, Feb. 25, 1888.
SEVEN SLEEPERS OF EPHESUS.
A NKW VEKSIOX OV THE STOIIY.
A correspondent with the Anglo
Russian Commission on the frontier
of Afghanistan sends the following
variant upon the story of the Seven
Sleepers of Ephesus: It seems that
the grave of the Seven Sleepers,
which in the Koran is located at
Ephesus, is in reality in the Hirak
Valley, on the Afghan frontier some
four miles to the southwest of the
Anglo-Russian camp at Cliahar Sam
ba. The version of the Koran (says
the correspondent) is that seven
men, firm in their faith pi their own
God, separated from the rest of their
tribe, who had taken to other gods,
and taking refuse in a cave, for 309
years. The Eshans of Khwajah,
Altai Azizan, changed the scene
from Ephesus to Turkistan, and tell
a very different story. The King,
Dakionus, they say was originally
a shepherd of Shibbarghan, and
tended his flock' in the hills for
twelve years, till one day he found
a slab of stone with an inscription
on it. Not being able to decipher
the latter, he showed it to a moollah,
who told him that it was a record of
hidden treasure. Having possessed
himself of the treasure and killed
the moollah, Dakianus took service
with tho King, and after some time
rose to the command of an army.
He soon got the army on his side,
seized the kingdom and eventually
conqucrod the world. When thus
in supreme power, tho devil appear
ed before Dakianus in the form of
tho angel Gabriel, and tempted him
by telling him that God' had sent
him to say that lie whs God of
the heavens, but that Dakianus was
god of tho earth. Dakianus, who
was a worshiper of ono God, refused
to believe the devil, and told the
latter he was not tho true angel
Gabriel, Tho devil thpn offered to
prove that ho was by proposing a
test, that if a certain fish on top of
the water wont down on his ap
proach ho was tho true Gabriel, hut
if it remained up he was an im
postor. Accordingly Dakianus and
tho devil went together to tho bank
of the river, and no sooner did tho
fish see the devil than ho at once
dived down. Dakianus believed tho
test, acknowledged tho devil as the
angel Gabriol, left off the worship
of tho truo God, and, at tho devil's
tempting him, set himself up as a
god on his own account. One day,
however, when eating his food,
Dakianus was bothered by Hies,
which, do what he would, ho could
not get lid of. His servants said to
themselves; "Ho calls himself God
and yet cannot get rid of the Hies
that bother him, Ho is no God,"
And tiicy determined to leavo him.
Six men went off and ontha second
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day fell in with a shepherd, from
whom they begged bread and he asked
them where they came from and
where they wcro going to. They
told him their story nnd how they
wcro Hying from Dakianus and
wished to hide, and the shepherd
agreed to accompany them in their
flight. The shepherd's dog also
followed his master and the men told
him to diive the dog back, lest he
should betray their whereabouts.
The shepherd objected, saying the
dog had been his faithful compan
ion for years, but the others insisted,
and tho shepherd at last struck the
dog witli his stick, breaking one of
its legs. Tho dog still followed and
the shepherd struck it again, break
ing another leg. But tho dog still
continued to crawl after them, and
the men, struck with pity, event
ually took it in turns to carry it on
with them. The shepherd guided
llicm all to this very cave that he
knew of, and once there they all
went to sleep and never woke for
In the Koran it is distinctly stated
that the sleepers were seven in num
ber, and tho eighth was their dog,
but cither the Arabic or the Koran
is beyond tho Sayeds, or they prefer
a story of their own. Whichever it
is, there is no doubt of the realism
of the latter portion of their talc, as
any one who knows tho affection
the shepherds here have for their
great savage, shaggy-coated dogs
and the huge sticks that the shep
herds always carry will testify.
Further on the story, however, the
-worthy Sayeds get more confused
still, and the' have it that the
sleepers awoke twice onco in the
time of Ilazrat Esa, of Christ, and
again in the time of the Prophet.
The story is, they say, that these
three men and the shepherd awoke,
they felt hungry and sent one of
their number to go to the city near,
called Shahri-Afsoz, to buy bread.
On arrival he found the place much
altered, and tho first baker he went
to refused to accept his money.
Another to whom he applied asked
him where he got his 11101103' from.
The man said it was his own and
from his own house. He was then
told to point out his house, but he
could not at first, and eventually
recognized it by a mulberry tree,
and going in he told them to dig in
a certain place, and there they
found, sure cnotich, his store a jar
full ol Dakfaniis' coins. The then
owners of the house protested, and
claimed the house and the coins as
his, and eventually both the man
and the coins were taken before the
King. When the King, who was a
Christian, heard the man's story and
found that he had been asleep for
309 years, he looked on the man as
supernatural and offered to rosign
the throne in his favor. The man
declined, and stated thai all he
wished was to be allowed to
return to his companions in the
cave. The King thereupon ac
companied him. With the King
were a hawk and a dog, and a
deer being started on the road, was
caught by these two and brought in,
thus making a third animal in the
party. On arrival at the cave, not
onlv the original six friends, the
Altai-Azizan and the shepherd, but
the King and the dog and the hawk
and deer all went off to sleep and
never awoke again for some seven
hundred years, when they were
awakened by the arrival of the
Cliahar Yar, or tho four friends of
the Prophet; that is, Omar, Osman,
Abubakr and Ali who repoating the
Mohammedan creed, at once awoke
tho sleepers. The lattor got up,
repeated the creed and then fell
asleep again, and thero they still
All this was told me by the Sayeds
in the cave, and they pointed
triumphantly to the relics in proof
of their story. Holding our lighted
candles between the palings ot the
wooden screen, which debars nearer
approach to the slcopeis, we were
shown some cloths 011 the floor, ap
parently a rough, common sheet with
a dark colored fringed cloth above it
which was said to coyer the slcepora.
We asked if wo wcro allowed to look
under the cloth, but that, they said,
was impossible. Even thoy them
selves, they said, know not what was
there. One man had onco tried to
look and was immediately struck
blind; but that if we doubted "there
(pointing in tho direction) was tho
dog and the doer and liawlc." Hold
Ing the candles to the right wo could
then seo indlstintly something look
ing like dried bodies of somo ani
mals propped up against the wall.
They were very small. The first,
said to bo the dog, was about a foot
in height, ahd the deer a few inches
higher; but it was impossible to say
in such light what animals they
wcro. Tho bones of tho legs were
visible in fact, the (loir's let's had
fallen off, which rather told against?
its being asleep; but tho body
seemed to bo covered with a dry
skin and yet, on the strength of
theso relics, somo twenty families of
Sayoda aro kept in comfort, and live
hero on the contributions of pil
grims, with, in addition, as much
land as thoy require free of any rpn,t
and taxes. Pall Majl Gazette.
France enter into a
arce against tho
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A SNAKE IN THE CRASS.
The day was bright and snnny, ami the
wind hail gone to sleep,
And 1 had ridden many a weary mllo
O'er the open, tlnottgli ihc forest, on
the lint, nnd down the steep,
Seated squat el v In the pigskin all the
For my marc was young and tricky, she
was haiclv lUtiic three,
And It took me all my time to keep
Black as jet, and bljr, and bony, stiong,
and hnudsoiuc, fresh and lice,
Faith, shu seemed to make but little
of my weight.
As I crossed a little clearing, the sta
tion homestead Hearing,
She niatle a sudden plunge "Wo,
Then together 1 her lifted I was very
110.11 ly shifted,
And I saw the cause, a black snake in
tho ir ni ss.
Was it chance or wn it icason, you may
nrgue us you please on
Kuch a subject, all 1 know is I don't
But as I therein was tightening, she
stiuck at it like lightning,
And the reptile's head was crushed
beneath the blow.
Shu was wild with agitation, she was
wet with persphation, '
Ilcrejcs distended, ldowcd Hku tubs
She sidled sideways slilvoiing, villi
chest and Hank all quivering
And her very inane was stiffened with
And my mate's luPtlnctive shrinking
from the reptile set me thinking
How often thiough life's journey as
Though bright and fair the day be, and
open though the ay be,
We may come across a black snake In
"lis a lesson worth the learning, that
instead of weakly turning
To lly when sudden danger may as
sail, Smite straight out from the shoulder,
the better blow tho bolder.
The odds aic ten to one that you'll
Life is fair, and life is sunny, while you
plenty have of money,
And the road you have to travel's
strewn with lloweis,
But yet 3-011 must 1 emeinber, that beside
the hot December,
There arc other month's of cold, and
gloom, and showeis.
To enjoy tho pleasant season of youth's
summer, is but reason
And good sense, and yet I call the
man an ass
Who would idly lounge and dally, with
each llow'ret In life's valley,
Regaulless of the black snake in the
grass. By It. 1'. Whitwoktii.
PASSING A BILL.
A Frog ever given to a high opin
ion of his own merits once encoun
tered a crane.
"Good morning Mr. Crane," said
he. "What is your opinion of mat
"Rather dull, my young friend,"
was tho response. "I think it is
about time to pass a bill."
"With that he drove his sharp beak
through poor froggy, and so settled
that worthy's political aspirations
once and for all.
"Ah," said the crane as ho gob
bled the frog, "after all this is the
way the world's work is done. My
poor friend the frog is a type of the
human politician who is all talk; I,
on the contrary, illustrate the virtue
of prompt action." And he stalked
off to look for more politicians.
THRESH, HOME-MADE WAL
JL a nt Creams 1 educed to 30 cents
per whole pound, nt the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory.and Hakery, Hotel, be
tween Nuuauu and Fortbtreets. 71
THRESH, HOME-MADE CHO
JL folate and Coco.mut Caramels 10
duued to !)0 cents per whole pound, at
the Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and
Bakery, Hotel, between Xunaiui and
I'ort stieets. 71
PURE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
and Vanilla Chocolate Cicams(dc
liclous) reduced to 110 cents per whole
pound, at the Piom:i:i Stkam Candy
Factoiiv And Baki:uy, Hoti:i,, ni
TWUEN NlJUANU AND FOItT BTltKETS.
NEST BRANDS OF CALI-
loruin i'oit, Alaueira aud Malueii.
for buiu in keg nnd oases by
CONSAhVES & CO.,
01 Queen btrcet.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Ki-arol Lucas' Mill.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
J rooms, No. 4 Uaidcn Litne, tlie
second door fiomJUnkm Btrcet.
CLEAN RAGS and bocond hand
clothing "ill be guilefully 1 eoe-l v.
cil for lliu uu of the Inmates ot 1I10
llriiuuh Hospital for Lepers at Kukaako,
or at lliu Lepci t-i ttluient on Molokai,
If left with J. 'P. Waierhousc, jr., at tho
Queen Street Slorc. t&f tf
MISS. P. THIELE,
On Iterctanin street near 1'llltol.
(Formerly MeGuiie's Home,)
Kindergarten & Elcmontary School.
Also, Fivnoh and Geiniau taught, and
.Music Lessons given.
73 MiuuulTek'pliono No. 001. !iin
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All of which wo offer to the Public at REASONABLE PRICES.
Fresh Now Zealand Butter, ON ICE, In 1 Pouud Pats !
By each ariival from New Zealand SOMETHING FINE.
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HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE,
ONE OF THE FINEST LINES OF
EMBROIDERIES, LACES & CURTAINS,
EVER SHOWN IN HONOLULU.
Just Received at Hollister & Go.'s
A. large assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBOHGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
For Sale tu, I&easoxiaXle 3?iioer
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