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Bait! that he knew something about
road building nml ho.wns satisfied
that $20,000 was not enough to
build a good road down the Pali,
nor did he think it could be done
for the amount in the bill.
Rep. F. Brown said we had heard
n good deal about the reform party
of late, but he could assure the
members of this House that if his
district wns so slighted, there would
e no reform candidate at the next
Minister Thurston said, that set
ties it, they should pass the item at
once, and thus secure the district of
Koolnupoko to the reform part.
The member says he don't care
whether the item is spent, so long
ns it appear on the Appropriation
Bill. He (the Minister) said he
was not there to tickle tho hand of
the member for Koolnupoko, but to
do his duly. lie had a certain res
"ponsibility on his shoulders, and
did not think it his duty to tickle
the people of Koolnupoko through
their representative. Tho item .vas
referred to n committee.
Addition to quarantine building,
Rep. Kamauoha moved to insert
$200 for a landing at Napoopoo,
Minister Thurston moved to in
sert $25,000 for inter island tele
graph cable. He said a contract
had been made with Mr. Bartho
lemn to la' tho cable and he was
expected here on the next steamer
with the cable. Carried.
For Supreme and Circuit
For expenses of steam tug,
" support of Prison.. ..
" maintenance of J ti
For quarantine expenses.
" care of Lepers
"pay of Police
" Criminal and Civil
For Coronors inquests. . .
.Section o was read and referred
to the Finance Committee.
Sections G and 7 were read and
passed as in the bill.
Section 8 was read and further
action deferred until a later date.
Sections 0, 10 and 11 were read
and passed as in the bill.
This finished the second reading
of the Appropriation Bill with the
exception of those items deferred
or referred to committee.
The committee then rose, reported
progress, and asked leave to sit
ferred the item of
trio light system
to whom wos re
$43,000 for clcc
consists ot lions.
sett Jr., and Dole,
and on tho item
for Pali road, lions. Watcrhouse,
F. Brown, Kalaukoa, Kauhi and
Further consideration of Pound
and Estray Bill.
Section 12 was taken up for dis
cussion and on motion was referred
to a select committee with all the
Section 13 was read and referred
to the same committee.
Section 14 was read and passed.
Section 15, relating to the legal
height of a fence, was under dis
cussion when the House adjourned
until 10 a. in., Saturday.
45tii Day July 20, 1888.
The House opened at 10 a. in.
President W. R. Castle in the Chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
HEl'OKTS OF STANDING COMMITTEE.
Noble Baldwin reported from a
majority of the Committee on Com
merce to whom was referred the bill
for the encouragement of the culti
vation of coffee, recommending that
the bill be laid on the table. On
motion the report was laid on the
table to be considered with the min
Rep. F. Brown reported from the
Printing Committee 4 bills printed.
Noble Hitchcock reported from
, tho special committee to whom was
referred the bill to better prevent
the illegal traflicin spirituous liquors
recommending the passage of the
bill with some few amendments.
The report was accepted and laid
on the table to. be considered with
KESOMJTIONS AND 1M.T.3.
The Minister of Finance read a
first time a bill to provide for per
manent tax assessors and collectors,
and to further provide for the as
sessing and collecting of taxes. Re
ferred to Printing Committee.
Noble Hitchcock offered a resolu
tion to the effect that during all
ncxWctk the House meet at 1 p.
in,, in order to give the select com
mitteess an opportunity to get up
with their work. Adopted.
Minister Thurston answered the
questions of Rep, F. Brown relating
to Road Boards, This was rather
an exhaustive report of tho work
ings of the Road Boards in the dif
ferent districts of the islands. The
concluding paragraph says, It js
impossible to inaugurate a new sys
tem, acting through a huge number
of men, without there being some
hitches and flaws at the outset. But
tho beginning is full of encourage
ment; By the next meeting of the
Legislature tho system will have so
far developed its good and bad
points that the changes, if any,
which arc necessary, can then be
made with better effeeet than can
now bo done
Consideration of the pounds and
astray bill. Referred to following
committee: Thurston, Paris, Pno
hnolc, Dole and Ilelckunlhi.
oiiDErt or the day.
Second reading of tho internal tax
Vrillt referred to Finance Commit
tee. Second reading of a bill relating
to Postal Savings Bank. Refcncd
to Finance Committee.
Second reading of a bill relating
to depositors in the Postal Savings
Bank. Referred to Finance Com
mittee. Second reading of a bill to license
commercial travellers representing
foreign firms, in this Kingdom. Re
ferred to the Committee on Com
merce. Second reading of a bill to license
the sale of mall liquors. Referred
to a select committee.
Second reading of a bill to regu
late the praeliceof law in the in
ferior courts. Referred to the Ju
Second reading of a bill to grant
the Minister of Interior permission
to transfer a certain piece of land to
the trustees of the estate of Luna
lilo. Referred to Public Lands
Second reading of a bill to regu
late the storage, receipt and deliv
ery of spirituous liquors in bonded
warehouses. Referred to Committee
Second reading of a bill to amend
section G, chapter 11 of the Penal
Code. Referred to Sanitary Com
mittee. Second reading of a bill to pro
vide for the instruction in Hawaiian
of native Hawaiian children.
On motion the bill was made a
special order of the day.
Second reading of tho bill to
abolish passports. Referred to Ju
Second reading of the bill to abo
lish the $2 hospital tax. Referred
to Judiciary Committee.
Second reading ot a bill to extend
the franchise of the Honolulu street
railroad. Passed to engrossment to
be read a third time on Wednesday.
Noble Smith reported from the
select committee to whom was re
lerrcd the item of 810, 000 household
expenses of His Majesty, recom
mending the item pass. The report
was adopted and the item ordered
inserted in the Appropriation Bill.
Second reading of a bill relating
to divorce. Passed to engrossment
to be read a third time on AVedncs-
The House then adjourned until
1 p. m. Monday.
A FATAL SHOT.
John Flcnnclly, a marine on the
U. S. S. Omaha, was shot through
the left arm at the elbow, Snturdny
night, by Manuel Gomes Comancho,
a Portuguese. The shooting took
place at Comaneho's house, Portu
guese town, Punchbowl hill. The
wounded man was taken to the Sta
tion House and afterwards to the
Queen's Hospital, where he died
yesterday afternoon, after his in
jured arm had been amputated.' It
seems from testimony offered that
Flcnnclly with a companion was
hammering at Comaneho's back
door, and Comancho, not receiving
an answer to "who is there," fired a
shot at random, the ball striking
Flennclly as above stated. Coman
cho is of middle statue, about 35
years of age, and wears a short
black mustache. He was arrested
and taken to the Station House
where lie now is. A coroner's in
quest was held Sunday evening, the
following jury being empanneled:
J. II: Fisher, J. F. Bowler, Thos.
Lindsay, F. Gertz, W. McCandlcss,
and R.'E. Halstcad. At 10 o'clock
the inquest adjourned until 8 o'clock
this morning, when it resumed un
til 9:30 o'clock, then adjourned
again until this evening. A sub
scription list was circulated among
the Portuguese this morning to raise
funds for tho defence of Comancho,
who is a member of the Honolulu
Calling on Mr. Wundenberg,Post-mastcr-Gcncral,
this morning, for
the purposo of interviewing him
concerning some remarks made by
a "Portuguese" in this morning's
"Advertiser," the following facts
were obtnincd :
The Portuguese letters aro kept
in boxes arranged in alphabetical
order and thoso only, which tho
caller at the window has a right to,
arc given out. The giving out of
these letters is done by Mr. Geo.
Desha, who is expert at reading
Portuguese names, and who is very
careful that the right person should
receive the right letter. Man' of
the Portuguese can neither read nor
write. Somo have several . names,
and it requires a Desha to decipher
the addresses on some of tho letters.
As a leht several Portuguese letters
were huown to parties acquainted
with tho Portuguese language, this
morning, and to u Portuguese gen
tleman, ami tlicy were asked to read
the addresses ; but all of them failed.
The letters, were then handed to
Mr. Desha and he read them with
Remaining nt the Post Olllco long
onough to seo several Portuguese
call for letters and having examined
tho addresses of u number of let
ters, tho roporter becamo thoroughly
satisfied that the Post Olllco pcoplo
arc quite competent to read the Por
tuguese addresses and that only
those letters are passed out to which
tho enquirers lmvo a rigut.-July 20.
DAILY BULLETIN WEEKLY SUMMARY: HtfMD'tJLU, H. 1, JULY 2iv 1888.
DEATH OF MRS, AUSTIH.
Mrs. Austin, wife of tho Minister
of Foreign Affairs, died Wednesday
morning at 5:30 o'clock, at her resi
dence, Nuuanu Avenue, nfter a short
illness. The remains will bo interred
from the family residence, to-morrow
afternoon, at I o'clock-. The
Hag of tho British Consulate was at
half-mast to-day out ot respect to
the memory of the deceased lady.
Late Foreign lews.
(Ity the Consuclo.)
The Senate Committee on Judi
ciary has decided to report back the
nomination of Mclvillo AV". Fuller Co
be Chief Justice, without any re
commendation. A dispatcli from St. Louis dated
June 2, says Mrs. S. N. Brooks,
mother of Hugh M. Brooks, alias
Maxwell, convicted of the murder of
Prellcr, and her daughter Annie,
arrived hero this morning from
Hyde, England. During tho day
they had an interview with young
Brooks. Tho meeting was tearful
and affecting, and continued for
more than two hours. The particu
lar nature of the conversation is not
known. Mrs. Brooks will go to
Jefferson City on the 9th instant,
when Governor Morehouse will hear
the appeal for commutation of sen
tence submitted by Brook's attor
ney,, Mrs. Brooks and her daughter
will make personal pleas for the
life of Brooks and present letters
and documents in his behalf.
The public debt of the United
States has reduced 814,429,503dur
The visit which the Kaiser Wil
hein is about to pay the Czar is of
extreme political importance, ex
ceeding perhaps many other histo
rical meetings, although the results
may (not) be seen immediately af
terwards. It is believed that in the political
circles of Vienna full confidence is
placed in the Kaiser's words that he
will under all circumstances hold by
his alliance with Austria-Hungary,
while he does not consider that
friendship with Russia is inconsis
tent with that arrangement.
Berlin, July 2. The Zcltung, as
serts that it was the Emperor's will
that England should not be men
tioned in the speech from the throne,
and asserts that something more
will be heard if England interferes
with German affairs.
Although the question regarding
Sir Morrcll Mackenzie is allowed to
lapse, the adoption of a similar
course will not be followed regard
ing the documents left by the Em
peror Frederick and now in England
relating to the negotiations with the
late Emperor Frederick while at San
Remo, to consent to a regency un
der his son, the present Emperor.
Dr. Mackenzie, in a letter to Dr.
Krauze, denies that he said a re
gency would be probable if he had
admitted that Emperor Frederick
was afllicted with cancer.
The North German Gazette gives
the oflicial version of the French
violation of the frontier which oc
curred on June 15th. Two French
ofllcers, it says, belonging to the
French garison crossed the frontier
near Villiers Vnux Baise and ques
tioned the inhabitants regarding the
locality and their affairs generally.
On leaving they sakl : "You have
been much oppressed by the Ger
mans since 1871, but the oppression
wont last much longer. AVc are
coming soon to reconquer our coun
try." NEWS ITEMS.
Monday, July 10,
Lmui: mill, Kauai, lias suspended
grinding for three- weeks, to plant
Some of tho U. S. S. Omaha hoys
were given liberty yesterday after
noon. The Japanese Consul and Governor
Dominis visited the Hyacinth this
The father of Mrs. Goo Kim died
yesterday and was buried this morn
ing fiom his Into residence, Liliha
Cajtain Camoion of tho Kilauca
llou, reports continuous rougb
weather at Hamakua, since the
morning of the 4th of July.
Tiiehk was a largo congregation
present at tho Union sorvico at Kau
makapili Church last evening. Hon.
Henry Wnturhoueo preached the ser
mon. Stones and bricks aro being placed
on tho pi onuses recently occupied by
Mr. Frank Brown, Merchant street,
where Mr. A. J. Cartwiight proposes
The Coiusuolo arrived hero yostor
day after a smart run of 12 days
from San Francisco. Sho struck tho
N. E. trado in latitude !J1 and carried
thorn to port.
The schooner Wnilclo has been
purchased by (ho Sovonth Day Ad
vonlists io the nanio of N. F. Bur
gess, and town talk says that the
behooner will bo fitted out for a mis
sionary voyage to tho South Sons.
The clay pigeon shooting prnctico
by Meffcrs. H. M. Whitney. Jr., E. J.
Bpauldims, K. II. Nicoll, J. Dowsott,
1 . Libhumn and 3. llothwcll, at Lish
man h pasturo, Saturday afternoon,
was very interesting, and a number
of good shots were made.
On lust Tuefcdny tbcro wns u ono
mile dash at Kahului, Maui, between
N. Perry's WateiToid Colt and W. 11.
Cormvell's Conspiiaey for $200 a
side. Wntorfoid Colt won tho race
quite easily. At the same time the
Fourth of July pony race Was run over
again Waiakoa Boy winning.
Tuesday. .Inly 17.
Mil. P. Milton hns opened a meat '
market at Iho lower end of Fort
Street, opposite the O. S. S. Co.'s i
wharf. D. Mckenzio is mnnngcr.
Stx passengers, Mrs. Fraser, Miss
M. Dexter, Miss Mooar, Miss Stuart,
Mrs. Snow and F. A. Lewis, left by
the steamer V. G. Hall this morning
for the Volcano.
The ofllcers ol the U. S. S. Omaha
were presented to the King at the
Palace this noon by His Excellency
Geo. W. Merrill, U. S. Minister Resi
dent. Mn. Merrill, United States Minis
tor Resident, Mr. Putnam, U. S. Con-Bul-Goncral,
Mr. C. R. Bishop and
Col. V. F. Allen, visited the U. S. S.
Omaha this morning.
Mil. V. V. Ashfoul'a catc, and Kit
hannnui's caso weio nnl. pros'd in
the Police Court this morning. Mrs.
Kahauanui dcpiuted"roni this scene
of notoriety by the Likeliko List
Mil, V. I. Bishop will give a fare
well seance in the Opera llouee on
the 2-lth July, in aid of tho Branch
Hospital. New experiments will h'o
Two more cars for the Tramway
Co. were landed from the brig Con
suclo onto the O. S. S. wharf this
nfternon. Tho ears were all set up
and ready for the horses and track.
They camo down on the deck of the
The Hawaiian Tramway Co.'s first
car, which came in parts from San
Francisco, lias been put together by
tho Hawaiian Carriage Manufactur
ing Co., and was placed on the rails
on King street and tried this after
noon. The schooner Wailele is being put
in good sailing condition, and
will be prepared to carry a few
passengers and some freight, to the
South Sea Islands. It will touch at
Tahiti and other islands in thai di
rection. Captain Lovell goes as
Sailing Master, and Mr. C'udnoy
goes with the view of investigating
tho field for missionary work. The
vessel will sail in about one week.
Wednesday, July 18.
Goveknou Dominis and Mr. It. W.
Lainc, Mexican Consul, visited tho
U. S. S. Omaha this morning, receiv
ing the custoinnry salutes on leaving
The three-masted schooner Kuiini
loa is leceiving a new bet of tubes in
her boiler and is otherwise being re
paired. She will be ready for inter
islantl service in about two months.
The Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Co. has bought the steamer Sur
prise. The Surprise was hauled up
on tho Marine Railway this morning,
to he cleaned. She will take tho
steamer Iwalnni's route while that
vessel is receiving her new boiler.
The sailing of the bark F. S.
Thompson for San Francisco was de
ferred until 10 o'clock this morning."
Quito a number of pert-ons were on
the wharf to bid aloha to tho outgo
ing passengers. The sailors in set
ting sail sang merrily. The vessel
was in line trim and she glided out
to sea handsomely.
Thursday, July 19.
Rough weather is the report from
Kapaa by tho' Makee thib morning.
The schooner Waioli has been
named Lavinia, after Mrs. Kapu, and
will ply between Ewa and Honolulu.
The Custom House closed at nuon
to-day, and Hags were at half-mast,
out of respect to tho memory of the
late Mrs. Austin.
The King, Hon. J. A. Cummins
and several naval 'officers left for
"Waimanalo by the steamer J. A.
Cummins this morning.
Friday, July 20.
The steamer Surprise has been
Mostly everybody complained of
tho heat to-day, chiefly fat people
who left a grease spot wherever they
Mn. II. Hart of tho Elite Ico
Cream Pallors, died at his residence,
last night, and was buried this after
noon. Messes. J. Enn, C. P. Inukcn, J.
II. S. Martin and J. Knulune are the
ofllcers of AVaiohinu Agricultural
and Grazing Co., elected on July 1G
for tho ensuing year.
A seuies of baseball games will
probably bo played botwecn the Van
dalia nine and the Omaha team. Tho
latter nine are said to have been tho
champions of tho Asiatic Squadron
Saturday, July 21.
The country around Waialua, on
this island, is reported to be very
The steamer J..A. Cummins with
tho Waimanalo party returned to
Honolulu last evening.
The schoonor Phtebn Chapman
will sail for Tahiti, Tuamotu,Pitcairn
Island and Marquesas Group, on or
about Thursday, July 20th.
The will of the lato Henry Hart
was to have beon read to-day. His
estate and life insurance policy
amounted in' all to betweon twenty
fivo and thirty thousand dollars.
The Attorney-General made a
rousing speech this morning in sup
port of abolishing passports. Many
thanks. Tho bill passed a second
Anyone contemplating lifo insur
ance should go to the ollice of Mr. O.
O, Berger, and learn from him tho
advantages that will uccruo to the
insured in tho Now York Lifo Insur
Mil. A. T. Atkinson, Inspector
General of Schools, has just returned
to Honolulu after a week of inspec
tion around this island, and reports
the schools in an encouraging condi
tion. Messiis. McCandlcss Bros, have
just finished tho boring of the first
artesian well at Moanalua. This well'
is 410 feet deep, its casing 7$ inches
in diameter, and tho flow rises 18
inches above the pipe.
A telephone message from Wai
anno this morning, said that ono of
tho plantation hands had fallen into
some boiling water and was badly
scalded. Tho steamer Knala was
dispatched with medical assistance.
She arrived at Wnianao shortly bo
foro 1 o'clock, nt which hour tho
condition of tho scalded man was
not exactly known.
Monday, July 23.
The Moon was under a total eclipse
The present is the 2,000lh issue of
tho Daily Bulletin,
Manuel Gomes Comancho has
been charged with inanslaugor.
Mn. W. I. Bishop has returned to
town from Waimnnalo, much im
proved in health.
Ik a man is unsuccessful in life,
let him eat watermelon, and then ho
will succeed, (suck sock.)
The stream of water that passed
by the half-way house on tho Pali
road, is being run into pipes to in
crease (ho wator supply of Honolulu.
The British ship Cookermouth
arrived to-day, 115 days from Liver
pool. Sho brings tho balance of tho
railroad material, for the Hawaiian
Kino street bridge, near the Chi
nese wash house, is to bo mado wider
for the tramway.
Miss Berry's school closed on Fri
day for tho summer vacation. Tho
annual examination and closing exer
cises have been postponed to Christ
mas. Tim choir of tho second congrega
tion of St. Andrew's Cathedral as
now constituted, gave some excellent
muhic at tho sei vices yesterday. The
bass solos by Prof. Yarndley were a
very noticeable feature.
Mn. Ilalslead has increased his in
terest in the steamer Kuala by buy
ing the shares formerly owned by
Hon. Chas. It. Bishop. With the
increased inteiest Mr. Halstcad does
not hold a contiolling interest, as re
ported. MARINE NEWS.
Stmr Mikahala from Kauai
Stmr Kilauca Hon from llauiakua
l$j;tiie Conuelo, Hobertson, 12 days
from San tranciseo
Sclir Knnlokai fiom Koloa
chr Alary E Foster from Kau.il
Sclir Kaulllua from Kauai
Stmr Kuala from Waialua and Wai-
Stmr It Bishop from a circuit around
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Stmr Iwalani for Lahuiua and Hama
kua Ft in. Jas Makee from Knpaa
Sclu Curteriua iroin llaualci
Sclir Alary from Ilanalci
r-chrJlni Wahinefiom Hawaii
Stmr Likelike from Kahului
Stun-Mokolii from Molokai
Mmr .las Makee from Knpaa
Sehr Llholiho from K k .iau
.ctmr Kinau from Hawaii and Maui
Stmr Mikahala from Kauai
Stmr Lehua from llauiakua
Uk Woollalon 3G days from Newcastle
Biilbhip Cockcrmoiitli from Liverpool
hehr L.iviuia from Ewa
Stmr Kinau for Hilo and way ports at 4
Stmr Likeliko for Kahului and Maui at
5 p m
Stmr Wokolii for Molokai
Stmr J v Cummiu3 for Koolau
Stmr Knala for Waiauae, and Waialua
Bktne Discovery for San Francisco
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p in
Stmr W G nail for Lahnlna, Alaalaca,
Kou t and Kau at 10 a in
Stmr Waialeale for Kauai at 5 p m
15k V S Tiiompson for San Francisco
KhcrKeAu I on for Kona
Stmr Kilauca liou for ..amnkuaat S pm
Sehr Kawnilanl for Koolau
Stmr Kaala for Waialua and Waianae at
ttuir Jas Makee for Kapaa at D p m
Stmr C It Bishop for a circuit of Oahu
at 0 am
Stmr Pole for Lahuiua and Hamakua
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Kaala lor Wnianao and Waialua
Sehr ilaiy for llanalei
Sehr Moi Wahhie for Koholalelo
btinr Likclike for Knhului and liana at
5 p in
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai nt 5 p m
From San KrancNco, per bgtne Con
suelo, July 14 II II Saylor.
1' ro m Kai.al, per steamer Mikahala,
July 15-IIonWH Klce.wiffiiuid family,
J f Woods, Fred Wllhelm, C Bosse,
MissKiniiline, W II Ncnl, Hon F Gay,
Miss M Dole, Mrs L Auld, S O Evans
and sou, 2 Chinese and CO deck.
h or Molokai per stmr Mokolii', July
1C Dr and Mis Swift and child.
For Maul and Hawaii per steamer
Kinau. July HJ-Kov M C Harris, Dr
Ukal, Miss Sarah Knhnulnnl, A Flagler,
T K SmI h, Frank Pahla, J T Hodsdon,
N O Wllfong, Mrs Dunn and two chil
dren, W Burlowitz, Jas Biiglit, Miss
Maria No dliam and servant, J liny
Wodehouse, Jr, and 00 deck.
For Maul, per stmr hikelike, July 10
Miss M o ileckwlth, L Hutchinson,
Dr Alvarez, Mrs Capt Dads and 30
For the Volcano and way ports, per
stmr W G Hall, July 17 For tho Vol
cano: Mrs Fraser, Miss M Dexter, Miss
.Moore, Miss Stuart, Mrs Snow and F A
Lewis. For oihur ports: 1 ohert Cat
ton, Miss U Wilght, Miss Smith, Miss
Norton, Mrs II Uoekett, Miss S Shaw,
W Li'o and wife, Geo McLanc and
wife, TO rorsythc, Dick Davis, Tom
LUhniau, Mr Vlda, (J Bosse and 75
For San FraueUco per bktno Dis
covery, July 17 Chas II Weyho, J A
Mc nudh'ss, wife and childieu, and J L
For Knuui, piy stmr Mlknhnln, July
17 A S Harlwell, .Miss Itoso Makee,
Col 7, S Spalding, wife and family,
Misses Kggrs (2;, A 13 Hceht and son,
MUs K 11 Uecht, Miss Gran, O Koelling
midwife, Miss U Lewis, W II Neat,
Misses Sand W Hieldon, Mr Mehrtens,
Mis Deveilll and 40 others.
For Kan Francisco, per bktno Ferris
S Thompson, July 18 G Bohertson,
Alex lloucrtsou ami u lllle Love.
From Hamakua, per stmr Iwalani,
July 10 K Gotoo, Ah Chuck and 23
From Kahului per stmr Llliollke, July
21 J Wrtf nml wifo, Mrs I" M Simp.
son, Vr Torns Vaster King, A L Louis
son, D II Davis, Mis Sarah McDnff,
G West, T LUlnnnti) E It Hlvcn, J A
v ellns. II Laws. M s Kahnniuuil and
child, Hattlo Mahoc, O I. lab, John
Ferrelra and wife, and 03 deck.
From uunl, per steamer .Mlknhnln,
Julv 2 Mr 11 Isenhcrg, Misses Llllln
iimi Fnuulo Kggrs, Mis E V Uecht,
E Hecht and soil, Hon G N " lions, W
S Luce nud -wife, It W T Purvis. 11 '
Spalding, G E Falrelilld, A Mehrtens,
.Mrs il bpaldlug and t0 deck
From Hllo and wny port, per stmr
Kb nu, July 22 J G Serrno, W L Itoso.
E G Hitchcock, P E Klchnrdson, W W
Goodnle, E L llntchkls, A W Burt. J
B Hopkins, Chun Sing, Bro Joseph)
Bro Ignatius. Mrs II It Mncfnrlane, Mrs
Addle Knpclc, Paul Janet. Miss US
Bond, J K Hooknno, Geo F Holmes, J
II Wodehnuse. G W Miles, Miss Kcn
loha, Jas Benton, Rev Mr Harris, Ah
Leong, Itcv Uki, (J K Kapule, W II
ornwell.T J llayselden, Ot Is Wilder,
Wm llookmiuul mid 87 d ck.
h or San Francisco, per W B Godfrey,
July 21-Jno Blalsdell and G 11 With
row. Cargoes from IhIuimI JPor(at
Mikahala 1485 sugar.
Kilauca Hon 2,t00 bags sugar.
Kaaln 800 bags paddy, 4 pigs, 2 sheep,
1 cow, and 23 deck passengers.
.! ly l't
Makee 1.C52 bags sugar and 1 horso
Iwalani 1270 hags sugar, 527 iron
rails ami 100 green hides.
Mokolll 200 bags sugar, 15 head of
came, J in sheep, anu U calves.
Likelikc 3000 bags tiigur, 21 hides, and
Sunr Kinau 0110 bgs sugar, 85 bgs
spuds, 40 ligs coi'ii, 30 bgs peanuts,
etc., 00 pks hides aud 14i pkgs sun
dries. Stmr ikauala 1302 bgs sugar, 300 bgs
rick. 74 hides and 24 lid cattle.
Stmr Lehua 2400 bgs sugar.
Arrived at San FrancIco, July 2,
ship Alex McNeil. 10 tlavu from Hono
lulu, nnd bk Ceylon, 2 1 days from Ilono-
Spoken June 11, Lnt 2!i N, long 30
W, lik Amy Turner, from Boston lor
The Discovery sailed for Sail Fran
cisco tills afternoon, taking 11,838 bags
sugar, 50 barrels moin-ses, and 450
bunches of bananas' Value iG3,772.(0.
The sailing of the hark :-" S Thomp
son! was deferred mil il HI o'clock this
morning. She took 2,730 hags sugar,
and .804 hags rice. Value 30,078.
The steamer Pele, formerly the Mir
prise, will sail for Hainakmi on M nday.
The Hawaiian hark W B Godfrey got
awa for San FraiK-isco Saturday 'with
18.211 bass sugar, valued at 8871001.57.
The bark Wooll.doa, dipt. Banieson.
a rived yesterday from Newcastle, N.
S. W., with 3,350 tons of coal for Irwin
Ou July 18, by tho Rev. II. II. Parker,
at the residence of J. A. Merhto , Miss
Vera A. Widdiliehl and Noimau fcl.
At Honolulu, Jiih' 13, M-iggio, aged
10 months and '.0 days, daughter of
James ,. nnd .MnggioLvlc.
At Honolulu, July 18,'lSH, Nancy I..,
wife of loiiathan Austin, aged ol) years,
7 months anp 28 days.
Funeral will lake place at the family
residence on Nuuanu Avenue, to-inor-row,
July 10 h, at 4 p. in.
WE, tho undcr-ig eil, jrhe notire
that all pM-iix hnvisig miinml
or animals going ustr y on I'apa and
Alika Lauds, at Soii'li houn, Hawaii,
ire hero by infoimcil to hunt them imme
diately. Hundred :ri 4.tynnu and
half acres planted wl h u, has been
our labor for twelve y. i.rs hut during
our absence at Maui loi another cm loi
ment hundred and HiiM.M-vi-n o tliein
have suffered tho damiii s .inne, fi1 e
hy horses or cuttle I h ief.ic wn ii
in the future impound loie-, cattle,
etc., etc, that e lind wandering-or
doing damuges on the above mentioned
lauds I WaI,
Headmen of the J inn.
South Konn, July II, lh8B. H v2t
Steam Works, Sunny South,
Tele: Bell 186, Mutual 245.
Depot, 28 Merchant Street,
Tele: Boll 172, Mutual 3G0.
Patent Glass Valve Bottles
CAPACITY 1,000 DOZEN PER DAY.
The only English Apparatus making
And Pure, Strong Effervescing
flgyOrders delivered to any part of
tho city, Island orders solicited, 88 tf
AH INTERESTINQ LETTER FROM- A
S this is Jululeo year it tends to
make ono look back nntl tliinK
of the flight of time, anil in this way
I am reminded that I tun one of tho
vctcraus in the sale of j-our valua
ble nnd successful medicine. 1
have sold it from tho very first, and -have
sent it into every country in
England and many parts of Scot
land. AVcll do I romombcr the
iirst circular you sent out some nine
or ton years ago. You had come to
Englnud from America to introduce
Mother Scigel's Curative Syrup,
and 1 was struck by a paragraph in
which you used these words:
"Ueing a stranger in n strngc land,
I do not wish the people to feci thai
I want to take the least advantage
over them. I fed that I have a
remedy tlint will euro disease, and
I have so much confidence in it that
I authorise my agents to refund the
money if people should say that
they have not benefitted by its use."
I felt at once that you would never
say that unless the medicine had
merit, and I applied for the agency,
a step which I now look back upon
with prido and satisfaction.
Ever since that time I have found
it by far the best remedy for Indi
gestion and Dyspepsia I have met
with, and I have sold thousands of
bottles. It has never failed in any
case where there were any of the
following symptoms: Nervous or
sick headache, sourness of the sto
mach, rising of the food after eat
ing, a sense of fulness and heavi
ness, dizziness, bad breath, slime
nnd mucus on the gums and teeth,
constipation, and yellowness of the
eyes and skin, dull and sleepy sen
sations, ringing in the ears, heart
burn, loss of appetite, and, in Bhort,
wherever there are signs that the
systems is clogged, and the blood is
out of order. Upon repeated in
quiries, covering a great variety of
ailments, my customers have alwa3s
answered, "I am belter," or "I am
perfectly well." What I have sel
dom or never seen before in the
case of any medicine is that people
tell each other of its virtues, nnd
those who have been cured say to
the suffering: "Go and get Mother
Seigcl's Curative Syrup, it will
make you well." Out of the hun
dreds of cures I will name one or
two that happeu to come into my
Two old gentlemen, whose names
they would not like me to give you,
had been martyrs to Indigestion
and Dyspepsia for man3' years.
They had tried all kinds of medi
cine without relief. One of them
was so bad he could not hear a
glass of ale. Both were advised to
use the Syrup and both lecovered,
and were as h de and hearty as men
in the prime of life.
A remarkahle cae is that of a
house painter named Jeffries, who
lived at Penshurst, in Kent. Ilia
business obliged him to exposo him
self a great deal to wind and weath
er, aud he was seized with rheuma
tism, and his joints soon swelled up
with dropsy, and were very stiff
and painful. Nothing that the doc
tors could do seemed to roach the
seat of the trouble. It so crippled
him that he could do hardly any
woik, and for the whole of the" win
ter of 1878 and '79, lie had to givo
up and take to his bed. He had
been afllicted in this sorry way for
three years, and was getting worn
out and discouraged. Besides, ho
had spent over 13 for what he
called "doctor's stuff" without the
least benefit. In the Spring ho
heard of what Mother Scigel's Cura
tive Syrup has done for others and
bought a 2s.. Cd. bottle of me. In
a few days he sent mc word he was
much better before lie had finished
the bottle. He then sent to me for
a 4h. Gd. bottle, and as I was going
that way I carried it down to him
myself. On getting to his house
what was my astonishment and sur.
prise to find him out in the garden
weeding an onion bed. I could
hardly believe my own eyes, and
"You ought not to bo out here,
man, it may bo the death of you,
after being laid up all winter with
rheumatism and dropsy."
Ilia reply was: "There is no
danger. The weather is fine, and
Mother Seigcl's Curative Syrup lias
done for me in a few days what tho
doctors could not do in three years.
I think I shall get well now."
Ho kept on with the Syrup, and
in three weeks he was at work again,
and has had no return of the trou
ble for now nearly ten years. Any
medicine that can do this should be,
known all over tho world. .
(Signed) Rupeiit Guaham,
Of Graham & Son,
Hollow'ay House, Sunbury,
June 25th, 1887.
The above wonderful cure of
Rheumatism was tho result of the
remarkahle power of Mother Seigcl's
Curative Syrup to cleanse the blood
of tho poisonous humouis that arise
from Indigestion nnd Dyspepsia.
Mother Seigcl's Curativu Syrup
is for sale by all chemists and me
dicine vendors, and by the proprie
tors, A. J, Whito, Limited. 85,
Farringdon Road, London, Eng,