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FRIDAY, MAIL 2, 1888.
Stinr 0 11 Bishop from Koolnti, Wala-
lita and Wnlannc
Bktne from Houtli Sea Iblatiils
S S Hclglo from San Fiauusco un route
for Yokohama and Hongkong
Btmr Iwalunl from llnniitkua
S S Helglc for Yokohama and llonkong
at 5 p in
Stmr O 11 Bishop for Naulllwlll and
llanatnauln nt 5 p in
Stmr W G Hull for Lahiilna, Manlaea,
Komi and Kau at 10 a in
Stmr Surpilsi. for Hawaii at 0 a m
Stmr Lchua for Pmmliuu and Ilakalau
Sclir Wnlchu for Kuan
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bktnc W G Irw In fov San Francisco
Bk Prlntzenbcrg for Hongkong
For Maul and Hawaii, per gtnirWQ
Hall, Mar 2 W II Cummhigs, Miss
Nokiiho. E Kocpke, E Jones, IJr Yos
hlko, Miss M Shaw, M tcja, .Miss Go
lilcr aud child, 41 Makaloa and G5 deck.
Fiom Koolau, Walanae and Wnlalua,
per stmr C K Blsaop, Mar 1 1'ilncess
ifiilulnni. MissClechom. Miss Kobcit-
sou and two seivants, Jus Gay, wife,
a children and 4 sonants, Miss Stew ait
and 7 deck.
Tho whaler Stamboul is On the Ma
llnoliailway. Tho whaler Lagoda was towed to sea
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Bishop 1314 bgs sugar.
VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Adams, Kcmpff
UBS Vandalla, Bear Admiral Klmbeily
U S S Marlon, Dyer
Bk Lady Uaiewood, Williams
Bk Sarauac, Shaw
Bk D O Bryant, Lee
Bk Ceylon, Calhoun
Bgtno W G Irwin, MeCulloch
Bktne Mary Winkolmau, Dyicborg
Whaler Lagoda, Tucker
Bktno Fremont, Emerson
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Messrs. Grinbaum & Co. oflctt a
cottage to rent.
Bead Mr. Agnew's description of
stock for salo by himT
Tun steamer Likeliko and Mokolii
will bo due hero to-monow morning,
and tho Kinau Sunday morning.
. Tjie barkentino Freement brought
two cases of curios and a, bundle of
war clubs from Samoa for Mr. Henry
The whaler J. A. Howland was
seen boiling oil yesterday ; she had
taken two whales, one of which was
Mn. Theo. H. Davics was present
ed witli a gold-headed walking cane,
yesterday, by the employees of tho
Honolulu Iron Works.
One hundred and seventy-five
Japanese adults and seventeen Japa
nese children leavo for Yokohama by
the S. S. Belgie this evening.
A pleasant surprise party was
given to Mr. J. II. Bruns jr., by his
sister-in-law, Mrs. L. Perrins, at bis
residence, Queen strcot, last ovening.
A large sale of boots, shoes,
leather, and shoe-inakors' materials
will bo sold by Mr. Lewis J. Lovey at
his salo rooms to-morrow at 12 noon.
An Hec, pleaded guilty to cruelty
to animals, in tho Police Court, this
morning, and was sentenced to ono
month's imprisonment at hard labor.
Word has been received from the
whalers Ohio and Mars, which ves
sels aro cruising about these islands,
and they, have each a caso of small
pox on board.
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Mn. Lewis J. Levey will hold his
regular cash sale to-morrow morning
at 10 o'clock, a large assortment of
boots, shoes, straw hats, and the
usual variety of provisions, etc., will
Owino to tho illness of Mies Mirr
lees resulting from a sovcro cold, Mr.
and Mrs. WatBon, by advice of their
Xihysician, have abandoned their con
templated trip to China and Japan
by the Belgie.
- i m i
The schooner Jennie Walker sail
ed to-day for Farming's Island, to get
a cargo of copra and return to Hono
lulu. Mr. W. Greig, Jas. Bicknell,
and Jus. Greig left by tho Jennie for
a vacation try).
At tho mooting of the Debating
Club lost night, Mr. II. Adams read
a paper on "tho stagnation of trade,"
which was afterwards discussed, sev
eral gentlemen taking part. Tho at
tendance was laigo and evident in
terest in tho subject manifested. Sev
eral now members wcro admitted.
and others proposed. Tho question
of a paid lire department for Hono
lulu was determined upon as tho
i. subject for tho next meeting.
.' ,- The "Alta California" of tho 23rd
of Fob. says, "P. O. Jones, a wealthy
boor-brewer of Honolulu, arrived this
X morning on the Australia. Ho is at
Nv4ho Occidental." This is news to tho
. iJi2lul. 1'is is tUoiirat
tliuy liavo known of Mr. P. C. Jones
being in tho blowing business, al
though he is a member of Iho Hrm of
Blower it Co,
THE BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
Tiie usual Blue Hlbbou entertain
ment will bo given in tho Y. M. C.
II. lin.ll to-monow evening, at 7:"0
p. in. Everybody is cordially In
vited lo eomo mid bring their
friends. Following is the pio
grannne: Piano Solo MM Mngale 1 1 oppcr
Beading Miss Nellli" Low uy
Song Miss Battle Nvcillinin
Beading Mr. 1". Ficar
Song Miss Olivia MuC hcsiicy
Ad (I less Bcv. E. G. Beckwlth
There were no eases of smallpox
reported at the Health Olllce yester
day. Dr. Brandbury reported the
death of Albert Vocgc, a boy nino
years of age, who was taken to the
Hospital from 009 Kearny street on
the 21st of January. With the ex
ception of three or four severe cases
all the patients at the Smallpox Hos
pital are doing well. fAltu, li'cu
ME UllS5iS!l!!J UJ.U"
The O. & O. S. S. Uclgic, Cap
tain II. II. Walker, 4211 tons, sail
ed from San Francisco Feb. 24th,
at 2.03 p. m. ariiving at Honolulu
March 2d, at 8.59 a. m. Time, C
days, 21 hours and 18 min.
She has the following passengers
in transit: Geo. Whitfield, Gen.
W. MoDyo, Col. E. II. Cummings,
Col. J. G. Lee, S. llarada, G.
Ysnaga, K. Watanabc, II.. Varnuui,
Mrs. II. Glass, Mr. nnd Mrs. Kog
ers, 2 children and servant, C. I
Low and w ifc, Wing Iling Loong,
E. Rump, Julius Orman, 13. Nyseus
and vife,-F. L. Brady, 4 European
steerage and 310 Chinese.
The Belgio anchored outside.
She will sail for Yokohama and
Hongkong at 5 o'clock this evening.
KAUAI SUGAR SCHEME.
It was authoritatively stated on
the stieets this morning, that the
Kauai sugar scheme bad gone
through, in. connection with which
Mr. Kenny Watson and Mr. G. W.
Macfarlane paid a special visit a
fortnight ago to the Messis. Sinclair
and iiobinson property, at Maka
weli, Waimca, Kauai. Wc loam
that the lease of the land, and the
contract to establish a very large
sugar estate on it were signed yester
day by Mr. Watson and Mr. Eobin
son, the latter representing the own
ers of the land, and the former a
syndicate of Scotch capitalists, who
will probably spend a million or
more of money in these islands.
Our reporter will endeavor to obtain
an inteiviow with Mr. Watson or
Mr. Macfailano early and obtain
full information regarding this enter
prise, to lay before our rcadeis.
FROM AROUND OAHU.
the steamer C. R. Bishop,
which arrived from a circuit of
Oahu, last evening, the foflowing
items were received :
Dining tho late storm, two of the
Intcr-Ibland Steam Navigation Co.'s
warehouses were blown 15 feet
from where they originally stood.
Rice fields ut Mokulcia and Ilecia
Punaluu plantation road was con
Tho rivers weic so greatly swol
len that the children could not get
A portion of the railroad was
washed away and the mill had to
shut down for a time in conse
quence. AUSTRIA, AUSTRALIA, AND INDIA.
Austria is by no means a country
given over to drunkenness. Yet tho
liquor traffic has made such inroads
upon the vitality and resources of
the people that the Government has
been compelled in order to protect
tho people to enact stringent regu
lations. The number of drinking
places must not exceed one to each
500 of the population !) and shops,
where alcoholic drinks aro sold must
be closed from fi i it. on tho days
preceding Sundays or Feast Days,
until 5 a. ii. on tho next working
Now South Wales is agitating tho
question of the desit ability of a now
name, claiming Australia as its oui
specific designation. It has been
suggested that Dipsomania would
bo very appropriate. The cost per
head annually for drink in that one
province is 5 Ms. This is doublo
that of Now Zealand, and treblo
that of tho United States. A Royal
Commission reports this fact, and
fuithersays that the bulk of tho
drink sold is not honest liquor. In
Sydney alone theie aio 3,000 con
firmed diunkards. Limited Sunday
closing has ptoved practically in
operative. Tho Commission recom
mends that tho closure be made ab
solute. They further recommend
that tho number of drinking places
lie limited to ono for 'eveiy eighty
voters! This would eloso one-eighth
of the present number in Sydney.
Aropoit has been circulated that
tho allowanco of spiiits is to bo dis
continued in tho Indian Aimy. This
is not so. What has been suggested
is that the canteens should bo en
couraged to sell hot coffco, sand
wiches, and other light articles of
food. It is further pioposed instead
, of limiting tho salo of liquor as now
to two pints of .beer and ono dram
of in in per diem to each soldier,
that no limitation bo made as to
quantity but tho price of liquors bo
increased. That is a peculiarly mer
cantile way of encouraging temperance.
Emrou Hui.t.i.tix: Whoso fault
is it that the dump cart has not been
seen on Emma street for over two
weeks? Suicly the Blrect is quite
bad enough without ha!ng boxes of
rubbish and offal standing in the
front of dwellings till they are at
last become quite offensive. Please
stir up the proper authority.
TIIE HONOLULU ANTI-ASIATIC
Emtok Bui.T.ivra: Having read
what our fiicnd Mr. J. F. Smith
wrote in ycslcrdas's issuo about this
association, I will bo obliged if you
allow me to add a few words.
Tho Honolulu Anti-Asiatic Union
has attracted a deal of attention of
late. Unfriendly rumors have been
circulated against it by those whoso
little interests aie made uncomfort
able by it. It has been represented
as being a secret organization with
a political object. This is abso
lutely false, and it has no lesjcm
blanee to our lato successful poli
tical secret oiganization. The Anti-Asiatic
Union is not a secret
society, and has no political object
whatever, but its aims are public, as
much as it is' oiien to all men of
good will, who have the people's
good at hcait. It is not secret be
cause it has nothing to hide, noth
ing to be ashamed of.
It is nothing more or less than a
brood measure of eclf-protcction for
the use and advantage of nil those
in this community whose interests
arc jeopardized by the competition
of Asiatics in every class of society,
from the oidinary laborer up to the
largest commercial firm. It does
not intend to meddle with politics,
except in what will bo necsssarj' to
obtain the needed protection. It does
not intend to conflict with tho intc
lests of the planters, who may have
as many Asiatic helpers as they may
think they require.
But the Anti-Asiatic Union does
object to any f uilher Asiatic immi
grants being turned loose on the
community for injuring such of our
white and native population who
consider they are entitled to the
guaiantccs of the Constitution and
to bo allowed the peaceful means of
gaining their living aud suppoiting
their families. It is the organ of
those bona fide settlers of all nation
alities who estimate that a perma
nent member of this population has
a light to be piotectcd against tho
competition of a transient immigrant
coolie, who does 'neither produce
nor consume nor settle in this coun
try. This is what the Honolulu Anti
Asiatic Union is, nothing more,
nothing less. And only those can
oppose it who want to fill their
packets at our espouse and detri
ment by profits on the Asiatic immi
gration. A. Mahquks.
Late Foreie its.
(By tho Belgie.)
New Yoric, Feb. 19. The "Her
ald" prints a story written by a cor
respondent who interviewed Blaine
in London last June, to the effect
that Blaine then said no would not
be a Presidential candidate in 1888.
He said ho had been too long in poli
tics, and cited a majority of" the
Presidents as having rison to that
position at a bound. He said further :
"I shajl not take any steps to becure
the nomination by my party. I say
this in good faith, and I mean it."
Paris, Feb. 1C. M. Flourens. in
an address to the olectors of Gap,
yesterday, said : "Fracco desires tho
progress of democracy, which can
only be realized by peace. We de
sire all Europe to do justice to our
loyalty, -our institutions and our
firmness. Our attitude everywhere
should bo recognised. The consoli
dation of .the ropublic is the best
guarantee of tho correctness of the
relations of Franco with all other
Paris, Feb. 10. M. doBrazza has
arrived here from Africa. lie re
ports that affairs on tho Congo aro
in a satisfactory condition. M. do
Bra.iCa lyis heard nothing from
Paris, Feb. 10. Tho fire in the
department of tho Central Maikets
yesterday, occupied by the poulterers
and butchers, occasioned u loss of
2,000,000, francs. Seven persons
wcro badly injured.
London, Feb. 18: The British
Government denies tho statement
that an English military forco is
about to enter Venezuela.
London, Fob. 18, A deeply inter
esting Roman discovery has been
made in a garden ut Salisbury. In
tho course of excavations being
made for a cellar, a large mosaic
pavement of elaborate and beautiful
execution depicting the battle be
tween Aloxander and Darius was
found containing fine portiuits and
many figures. It is said to bo an
expanded jeplica of tho famous mo
saic found at Pompeii in 1831, aud
now at tho museum nt Naples, and
which is tho most important exam
ple of ancient historical ait extant.
St. Pcteisburg, Feb. 18. Tho
Russian press is becoming more
optimistic in its view of tho situation
in Europe, owing to what it consid
ois to be proof of Prince Bismarck's
intention lo expedite a settlement of
the Bulgarian question.
MaNsonah, Feb. 18. Dcjac, an
influential Abyssinian chief, has de
serted King John. Ho has ai rived
at the Italian camp and offered his
services to tho Commander-in-chief
of the Italian forces.
London, Feb. 20. An unusually
largo amount of snow has fallen in
North England, and raihoad tralllc
is seriously delayed. A number of
trains have been snowed up, and
much discomfort has been expe
rienced by passengers. Thousands
of sheep arc buried in the snow,
but few poisons have died from ex
posure. Tho stonn is general
throughout the country.
Constantinople, Feb. 20. Rou
inania has notified the Porte that
Austria has given assurances that a
Russian violation of Roumanian ter
ritory will be considered a casus
London, Feb. 20. Advices have
been received that thirty-six trains
convoying troops have left Odessa
and proceeded in tho direction of
Melbourne, Feb. 20. The Ger
mans have exiled from Apia two
Samoan chiefs who were trying to
excite the natives to rise in favor of
Feb. 22. In speaking on the ad
dress in reply to the Queen's speech,
Gladstone said he heard with ex
treme satisfaction the assurance
that the Government had conducted
a polie' of harmony w ith Franco.
He earnestly hoped that, whatever
happened in Europe, the unity of
sentiment of all pal tics on the for
eign policy would be obtained, thus
doubling the moral force of England
and immensely increasing her power
when constiaincd to intcrfeie.
Berlin, Feb. 22. The doctors all
agicc that the improvement in the
condition of the Crown Prince is
maintained, and that his symptoms
are encouraging. Unofficial reports
declare that the Crown Priuco has
not gained in strength, although
ho cxpei ienced relief from the dis
solving of the ulcerous swelling on
the right bide of the larynx.
San Remo, Feb. 22. The Crown
Prince passed a good night, and
had a longer sleep than he has ex
perienced since the operation was
performed. He felt much refresh
ed this morning. His cough has
SALT FOR" CATTLE.
Every farmer is acdustomed to
salt his cattle, but not every one
knows why he does it, unless it is
because the stock like it. But a
moment's thought will show where
the advantage lies. As soon as food
enters the stomach, says the "Ruial
Canadian," tho natural tendency is
at once for fermentation to begin,
and there arises a contest between
this tendency nnd the digestive
powers. And if these powers are
vigoious and the process of fermen
tation aro checked or intercepted,
then no bad-results will follow, the
food will be digested, and the salt
will not bo needed, though at any
lime this will assist in the process of
digestion. Salt keeps fruit from
decaying until it can be digested
and assimilated, and prolongs the
time to allow tho digestivo organs to
complete their work, and if food is
taken in excess, as often happens
when stock is in pasture, salt given
fiequently will be of much advan
tage. And furthor, salt is pieven
tivo of worms. Ylien fermentation
sets in, the conditions presented arc
favorable to the existenco of worms
in tho intestinal cannals, and may
possibly be endangered by the pro
cess. Consequently it should be a
nilo with stockmen lo keep salt be
fore their cattle or within reach when
they need it; and cattle will obey
tho demands of nature and supply
the wants as needed. Sacramento
HOW TO RAISE APPLES.
A well-known fruit-giowerof this
section of tho country became very
indignant tho other day when told
by a gentleman from the Kabt that
California could not produce apples
woithy of comparison with fruit of
that variety raised in Now Yoik,
Michigan, Missouri and Kansas. "I
tell you what it Is stranger, I've got
apples on my place that can't bo
beat no where," said our fruit-grower
with more f oi cu than elegance. He
then went on to account for tho in
ferior quality of so man of our ap
plos, Tho jlpplo is a native of tho
colder climates. If ripened too
quickly and under tho rays of a
scmi-trophical sun it does not fully
develop its acid properties. It is
apt to be pithy and inferior in si.c
and attractiveness. Proof of this
is tho fact that tho apples raised up
among tho hills aio much better
than those raised in thu valleys.
Whcro tho orchard is located on the
north hillside the fiuit is, much
better. As good results can bo. at
tained in tho orchards on tho low
lands if tho trees are trained pro
porly. They should be planted
closer together than Is tho custom
with most of our fruit-growers ami
trained high. This has tho effect of
making each tree furnish its own
shado and contributes to that of its
neighbors. Tho theory has been
reduced to practice by some of our
fruit-growers and with success. One
gentleman residing near the coast is
said to grow the finest apples in this
section of the State, as a result of
his putting this theory into effect.
TSanta Rosa Democrat.
THE GERMS OF CONSUMPTION.
Dr. Brown-Seqtiard, who has been
preaching that bad ventilation of
sleeping looms and poor and mono
tonous food arc tho gi cat cause of
phthisis, ticatcd of that diacasc at
the last meeting of the Academy of
Scictice in Paris, taking many of his
examples from England. Wherever
population is dense, and sleeping
looms ill-nired or overcrowded, con
sumption prevails. Dr. Bailey re
ported that in Millbank prison thcro
were, out of one hundred deaths,
forty-five from this disease. Accord
ing to the illustrious French doctor,
a room in which a consumptive per
son sleeps is recking with contagious
gcims, if the air he exhales is not
carried off. But how can wc get rid
of it in ill-built houses, or very cold
weather, when it is as dangeious to
open windows as to keep them shut?
To meet this difficulty Dr. Brown
Sequard showed Qthc Academy an
apparatus of his invention. A re
versed funnel, the shape of a lamp
shade, is placed at tho end of a
tube, so arranged in its curves and
angles that w hen it is placed beside
a bed the reversed funnel will be
above the sleeper, and diaw up the
air he breathes. The other end runs
into the chimney of tho loom. If
there is none it is taken through a
heating apparatus to an air hole.
The heat is great enough to burn the
disease germs. London Standard.
THRESH, HOME-MADE WAL
JL nut Cicuus leduccd to 30 cents
per whole poun J, nt the Pioneer Steam
dimly rucloiy ami Ualery, Hotel, be
tween Nuuatiu ami Kortbticctb. 71
FRESH, HOME-MADE CHO
colate ami Coconnnt Uaiamels re
duced to 30 cents per whole pound, nt
the Pioneer Steam Candy l'dctory and
li.ikciy, Hotel, between Nuuanu and
Fort streets. 71
PURE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
ami Vanilla Chocolate Crc.uns(de
llelous) reduced to :$0 cents per whole
pound, at UioPioxuKK Stem Candy
Factoky And Uakuuy, Hotel, ui
twi:i:n Niiuanu and Foiit tukkts.
fF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X udvcrii'c in llip Daily Huixkiin.
FINEST BRANDS OF CALI
JL forniH Poit, Madeira and AUlugu,
for 8airiu kegs nnd cases by
GONSALVES & CO.,
fil Queen street.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
THE DAILY BULLETIN -Tho
moil pnpulur pprr pultlishrri.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
i-l rooms. No. 4 Gulden Lane, tbe
second door from Union stiect
on the premises.
CLEAN RAGS ami second hand
clothing will be gratefully rccelv.
ed for the usu of tho inmates of Iho
Brunch Ho3pllnl for Lepers at Kukuako,
or ul the Leper Sittlment on Molokal,
if left with J. T. Waicrhouse, Jr., at tho
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
MISS. P. TI1IELE,
On llerelania street near Piikol.
(Formerly ircQulru's Houfc,)
Kindergarten & Elementary School.
Also, French and German taught, and
Music LciSfMis given.
72 Mutual Tolephono .No. 501. 3m
J. O. MAHOIIANT,
(Succe3tor to T. O. Thrum)
Book-binder, Paper-ruler & Blank
Tahiti Lemonade Steam Works,
Honolulu Depot, - - - 28 Merchant St.
Manufacturers of IIie:li Clnss Aerated
Wntcm, put up In Patent Oryttnl
tar ABSOLUTELY PURE.
J. E. BKOWN &
MESSRS J. E. BRCWN & CO,"
Aro authorised to i nllcct fui the
Honolulu Juno 8th. 1687.
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GREAT BARGffl I
TO CLOSE OUT THE STOCK
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FRESH GOODS from California on ICB, hy each steamer of ihe O. S. S. Co.,',
' A COM.rJ.LT: LINE OK .
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JUST lllXUIVLD KX "7.EU.A.N1MA"
A FINE LOT OF NEW ZEALAND," "KIDNEY" AND "BLUE DERWENT" POTATOES.
A Very Choice Lot of N. Z. " Taranaki Butter."
All of which wo offer to the Public at HEASONA13LE PRICES.
Fresh New Zealand Butter, ON ICE, In 1 Pound Pats !
JJy cacu arrival from New
HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE,
ONE OF THE FINEST LINES OF
EMBROIDERIES, LACES & CURTAINS,
EVER SHOWN IS HONOLULU.
B MS RECTI
Just Received at Hollister & Go.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising the wcll-kuown brands of
COLGATE '& CO., LUNDBOIiGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, HOY T'S COLOGNE
FAKINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
For Salt; .t K.en.Hoiille Prices'
i)2 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
$5.00 REDUCED TO $2.50.
IN THAT DEPARTMENT.
iiK'iittoned articles will bo sold
Zcalnnd SOMETHING FINE.
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