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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1888.
Schr Kawalhml from Koolnu
Schr -nruli and Klizu from Koolatt
HckrLcnhi ftom Hawaii
Stmr Knala from Wulnlua ami JVnl-
Schr Cnrtcrlna from Waluinnnlo
Stmr Lelni.a from Ifnninkua
Schr Mol Wulilno from Hawaii
Ptmr 0 11 Uishop from Kooluu
Bktuc Planter from fan Francisco
Bk Oinco for 1'iigct Sound
Stmr Kiliinea lion for Hamakm
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MOnROW.
Btmr Kanla for Walalua and Walanac at
Stmr Pule for Ltdiulna ami Ilamakua at
3 p m
iW Kauai, per steamer Waialcalc,
July 31 I Kaklna and two sons, Thos
Llndsoy, Miss Llndsoy. Miss Bums, Mis
Olelipaut, Mrs U Bertelmsinn, .Miss Ber
telmann and brother, Miss Johnson, and
For M"aui, per steamer Llkelikc, July
31 Miss May Dillingham. Master Dil
lingham, A!l3E ooke, A Smithies,
Miss Grace Kahoalll, MUs Pa mile Main
lanl, Hon 11 P Baldwin, II Laws, F
Blssley, Miss It Eiiop. Miss 11 Fcrrelra,
J Fcrrelra nnd wife, U Parr, and about
For Kauai, per steamer Mikahala,
July 01 Rev JK Mian and wife, Miss
Masgio Nape, Kev J IS llamiikc and
bride, Miss Marie Von Holt, Miss Julia
Timer, Mi Standard, G Kuthciford, 11
Peterson, O Gay, 13 Bojd, .Misses Cooke
(2), J Crowder, MUs L Fountain, Mrs
M G I'orrca, It Fountain. Miss M Pali
uli. Miss Louisa Kala, and about 00
, From Waialua and Wiilaniic, per
steamer Kaala, July 31 Mr Mitchell,
Clias Carter, Walter Hardy, Judgo Kama
and rheiiff Kalakou.
From Ilamakua, per steamer Lihua,
Aug 1 Mr and Airs Andrews and 5
From fc'nu Francisco, per barkentluc,
Planter, Aug 1 Mrs G r Ashley, Miss
Torbtrt, W il Tobid, II R Weeks and C
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Lehua 2,417 bags sugar.
Stmr Pele 2,4(IG bags sugar.
Schr Mot Wahlue L',050 bags sugar.
Stmr Kaala COO bags sugar.
The brig Lurline sailed from Hilo,
Sunday, for San Francisco.
Tho ship S F Ilersey, Uapt'McDouald,
which arrived yesterday afternoon, 43
'days from Ne we istle, N S W, brought
l,3tiS tons of coal for Messrs "W G Irwin
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Fish are reported scarce at Wai
alua. Horse racing was indulged in at
Mk. Graenlmlgh's books arc now
open -for inspection nnd purchase.
Mn. S. K. Kane celebrated his 31st
birthday anniversary withaluau last
' Very dry weather at Waialua for
tho past weeks j rain is greatly need
There was a rush for scats for tho
minstrel show this morning, tho boat
boys boing the first on hnnd.
Mn. Z. Y. Squires was not expect
ed to live another hour when the
steamer Kuala left Waialua yester
day. . ... i i
A locomotive, some railroad cars
and other material, by the ship Uoc
kermonth, will bo shipped to Waia
The reward offered for tho return
of the American paper money lost on
Waikiki load tho other day has beon
increased to $80.
Tin: steamer Kilauea Hou took
'two new boilers, weighing 8 tons res
pectively, for the Reciprocity Sugar
Co., this afternoon.
Mn. Oliver Stillman gavo a party
at his residence, School street, last
evening, in colubration of his first
born's birthday anniversary,
. Mn. C, 13. Wilson's horse.shooing
shop hus been' ic moved to tho pre
mises of (bo Hawaiian Carriage Ma
nufacturing Co., Queen street.
Satukday aftornoon tho first of a
series of throe match games of base
ball, between tho Omnhas and Van
dalias, will bo played at Makiki Dia
mond, Ik you want to see a pretty picture
beautified by tho artistiu touch of a
brush in tho hand of Mr, A. W. Bol
ster, look in at William's gallory and
see a photograph of Mr, Schaefcr's
The main rigging of tho schoonor
Ilaleakala was earned away by a
squall off Hulalau, lust Friday. Cap
tain Kibling, master of the schooner,
put into Hilo, and having mndo rc
piiirs sailed'for Pepeokfo on Monday
-While two heavy diay teams weio
about to hatd'a hugo boiler to tho
O. S. S. wlmif this morning, and
while tho horses wero bending their
packs to move the weight, tho wh'UJIo
treo pf Ilebbard's dray, which was
leading, broke. Mr, J. I, Doweett's
big gray stallion was then hi tcbed
on and the load went thundering
down to tho wharf, threatening to
roll off its baso and flatten an army
of ragamuffins running by its side.
. ConnuciATEn iron and Portland ce
ment for sale at Wilder fc Co.'e.
Frank U. Krtigcr, watchmaker
and repairer, is at present plying his
trade at Mr. Roth's tailor shop, Fort
Tun horse of express carriage No.
21 became frightened at a moving
boiler, this morning, and bolting
fioin tho stand on Queen and Fort
streets, left tho carriage with a bro
ken shaft on Wilder & Co.'s corner,
and ran away with pait of tho harness.
The barkentino Planter, Captain
Pcnhallow, arrived hero this after
noon, 17 days from San Finncisco,
with five passengera and a full list of
freight. Had light vuriablo winds
the entire passage. On July 21st,
Lat. 32.30, Long. 12G.22, passed brig--antinc
W. G. Irwin.
Thk mortgagee's sale of the prop
erly belonging to tho bankrupt estate
of J. A. Bcckwith, by Jas. F. Morgan
this no'on, tho house and lot at
Hilo were sold to Cora E. Hitchcock
ror $1 : Reid's Island to C. Brown,
for $1; the skating rink to C.Brown,
for $5 ; and the fern machine to J.
G. Spencer .for $135.
Stepping; into tho Cbineso theatre
last evening, two gentlemen and two
ladies were seen in the upper right
band balcony. Tho gentlemen were
smiling at tho modest and shy ac
ting of tho Chinese femalo imper
sonates, while the ladies were taking
notes on the celestial method of
painting tho checks and lips and
penciling the eyes.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. C Honolulu Rifles,
at 7 :30 o clock.
Meeting of Oaliu Lodge, K.
in its hall, Fort street, at 7:30
Meeting of Mystic Lodge K.
P. in Harmony Hall, King street.
Prayer meeting in the vestry
Central Union Church, at 7
Religious services at St. Andrew's
Cathedral, at 7 o'clock.
Meeting of Engine Co. No. 1, in
its hall, at 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting Engine Co. No. 2 in its
hall, at 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of the Hawaiian Social
Club, at 7:30 o'clock.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY L. J. LEVEr.
Regular cash sale, at salesroom,
at 10 o'clock a. in.
On Monday night Captain Hop
kins captured three Chinamen and
28 tins of opium on Maunakca
street. There were, four China
men together .vhen the capture was
made, but one escaped. One of the
three taken was a fireman on the S.
S. Australia, and this makes the
third time within one year that he
has been mixed up in opium cases.
When surprised the other evening
he jumped out of a second story,
but was caught nevertheless.
The office of the "Luso Hawai
iano," Portuguese newspaper, has
been removed to Hotel street, over
Messrs. M. A. Gonsalves & Co.'s
store. Mr. P. A. Dias, tho editor,
will be found there on Thursdays,
Fridays and Saturdays, and on other
days letters or telephonic messages
will be attended to by the manager
of the store, who communicates
daily with Mr. Dias.
The "Luso Hawaiiano" is now a
first class newspaper, and has a
largely increased circulation.
The total number of deaths reported
for the month of July, 1888, was 30,
distributed as follows :
Under 1 year.... 7
From 1 to C 2
From 5 to 10.... 1
From 10 to 20... 2
From 20 to 80... 5
From 80 to 40... C
From 40 to CO... 0
From CO to 00... 5
From CO to 70... 1
Over 70 3
Great Britain.... 2
Other nations... 3
Dls. of Heart....
Dls. of .sjiitu
2 I Debility
Fever Brain..,. 0
llcuiorihagc .... 2
Hooping Cough.. 0
Lcp. Exhaustion 1
Old Ago....,,., a
Disease of Jlrain 1
Dlboaso of Liver
Number unattended 4
COMl'AltATlVK MONTHLY HOnTAMTY.
July 1681 73 1 July 1887 .'48
July 1885 0-2 July 1888 W
July 18L0 au
Annual death rate per 1000 for lnondi
j ,:... ;.J8,25
J. II. BmnyN,
Agent Board of Health,
THE LATE CEO. MORRIS.
At an early hour this morning a
little past midnight, Mr. Geo. Mor
ris breathed his last. Ho had been
several weeks confined to his bed,
nnd death was expected daily during,
the past two weeks. The deceased
was nearly 82 years of age. The
remains were interred in the Nuu
nnu cemetery at i o'clock this after
noon. The late Geo. Morris wa9 a
Scotchman by birth. His father was
a silk mercer, and having the means
gavo the son a good grammar school
After leaving school he was for
some time engaged as commercial
traveler for his father's business,
and made two or three trips to Ire
laud in that capacity. On his last
trip to the Emerald Isle he made
large sales on short credits, but he
had seaiccly returned homo when
news arrived of a uencrai financial
crash in Irish commercial circles,
resulting in an almost total loss of
the amounts owing. This was the
cause of the father reading the son
a sharp lecture, and the son, with
out "intimating his intention, packed
up and staited for the United States.
He was theu about 20 years of age,
and never afterwards went home.
Arriving in the United Stales and
anxious to see as much of the coun
try as possible with the limited funds
in bis pockets, ho started inland on
foot. After traveling many hundred
miles and seeing much of the then
inhabited parts of the land, he ar
rived back to the Atlantic seaboard
with his small capital all exhausted.
He then went to sea, and contin
ued a sea life for many j'ears. He
made one adventurous whaling
voyage, and several trips to
various European ports. He work
ed his way up from before the mast
to tho position of command. Be
fore he left the sea, he was owner oM
a vessel, vWlneh he commanded him
self. During this period of his life he
married a sister of Colonel Stinson,
of New York. This lady died at
Honolulu a little less than a year
Retiring from the sea, Mr. Morris
went iulo the timber trade in
Canada. There and in that trade
he acquired weath, until a season of
reverses came to the entire trade,
and he retired worse off than when
A portion of his reduced fortune
he invested in a small farm, which
lie left in charge of Mrs. Morris,
and started for tho newly discovered
goldhelds of California, via Panama.
Between Panama and San Francisco,
the ship on which he nnd three or
four hundred others were passen
gers, was wrecked, not far from
land. Some got ashore in boats,
some on pieces of the wreck, and
some by swimming, but a large pro
portion of the whole lost their lives in
the attempt. Morris, along with the
captain, stuck to the vessel to the
last. When the wreck had become
pretty clear of floating timber and
dead bodies, the captain essayed to
swim ashore, but never reached it
alive. His companion, however,
being a powerful swimmer, succeed
ed. The survivors of the wreck
were ultimately picked up, and taken
to San Francisco.
Mr. Morris w'orked for a good
part of a year in the gold mines,
but was not fortunate. Abandon
ing a gold-digger's life, lie embaiked
at San Francisco for the Hawaiian
Islands, arriving here in 1853,
and was joined seven years later by
his wife. He purchased a piece of
land in Kalihi Valley, and com
menced farming opeiations. By
bard work and frugality lie acquired
a competence. Three or four years
ago he leased his farm, and camo to
reside at Palama. For some months
before his death, Mr. Morris lived
with his neice, Mrs. Wilkinson, on
Liliha street, from whom he received
the best of care and the closest of
The late Mr. Morris was a re
markable man, physically and men
ially. His powers of endurance
were wonderful. He passed through
what would have killed a dozen
ordinary men, and exceeded the ago
of four score. He was a man of
indomitable will, and was never dis
concerted by difficulties or re
verses. His -honesty was unques
tionable and pnflinching. He leaves
many living relatives in Canada.
Wednesday, Aug. 1st.
I. I. S. N. Co. vs. 3 contract dc
soi tors ; settled out of Court.
Goo Kim vs. J. Alnpai; judg
ment for plaintiff for 82-1.4-1.
S. P. Kaninkea vs. Joo Anesberg,
for SIC 25; not suited.
F. L. Miner vs. U. II. Kahananui,
for $37; continued to 8th.
C. 13. Williams vs. II. II. Webb,
for 810.05 ; settled out of Court.
S. I. Hhaw vs. A. Lovcll, for 30;
Louis P. Valentino vs. Chas. Uur:
get, Chas. K. Steel, et al, garnishee
Continued to 3rd.
Kuin Chun vs. Wnilamn, for 885.
25; continued to Uid.
J. Foster, drnnkess, 8fi.
Jus. McFallen, assault nnd bat
tpry,815. ' '
Annie Pimlolnva, disobedienco to
Grand Reduction for 60 Days Extraordinary Bargains !
Owing to my departure for San Francisco and the Eastern State I havo decided to hold a Grand Cloning Sale for GO Days in order to make room for
new-importations. I call attention to tho general public that prices were never reduced so low and exceptionally striking bargains arc offered in every
Immense Reduction in Our Domestic Department.
Blankets, Bedspreads, Table Damasks, Towels, Comforter, Prints, White & Brown Cotton, Sheetings in all widths, etc., etc., etc., etc.
SPECIAL BARGAINS, SPECIAL BARGAINS.
3G in. Batisle, fast color, reduced from 20c. to 12c. per yard; 20 pes. White Pique, at CJe. por yard; 30 in. Ft ench Percale, reduced to 12$c.; 15 pee.
Gingham, to close out at 10c. yard; 125 pes. fast colored Ginghams, best assortment in town, i educed nt cost.
SPECIAL SALE EXTREBMJ3 BARGAINS IN
Scotch Ginghams, Lawns, While Drcss Goods, Nainsock, Seersuckers, Cheviots, Satino Brocades, Ghambray Boma Suiting, Cambrics and a great assort
ment of other .Wash Goods. SWEEPING REDUCTION 10 pes. Jet Black Ileuriette Cloth, extra quality doublo width, red. from $1.50 to $1.00 a yard
Great Reduction in Gassimeres & Marinos ! Ladies' Cloth double width, reduced to 40c. a yard.
PARASOL Our cntiro stock of Parasol less than manufacturer's cost. Particular attention iB called to our Ladies', Misses' fc Cliildrens' Muslin Under
wear which arc offered at a great sacrifice. Ladies' Berlin Wool Knitted Shawls, reduced nt half price. Great Bargains in Ladies' Jersey Waists. Im
mense Reduction in Misses' & Cliildrens' Dresses, Bonnets it Lace Caps. Ladies' Knitted Underwear; Ladies' Heavy Merino, full finished vests, red. from
$2to$l; Ladies' India Gauze, full finished vest, red. from $1 to 05c; a full lino of Ladies' India Gauzo Vest, rod. from 75 to oOe. Special attention is
called to our
Special sale Oriental Lace, in holoku
!lioe Department !
Our French Kid Button Shoe, hand sewed, red. from $6.50 to $5.50 j French Kid Button Shoe, best value, red. from $5 to $1; French Kid Button Shoe, a
beauty, red. from $5.50 to $4.50 : Childrcns' French Kid Button Shoe, red. from $2 to $1.50, sizes 3-0 ; Ladies' Black Silk Hose, red. to $1 a pair, value $1.50
Immense Mnctioi In Laiies Corsets k Boys' Woite Shirts, Boy's Knee Pauls, refloceil to 50c.
flF"Anybody in Bearch of Bargains should call first at the Temple of Fashion before purchasing Goods, we guarantee you will save money. During
our Sale all Goods sold "C. O. D." Aug. 1-lm
Xottcctuntlcrtis head are chorgtd JO ttntt
per Unaor thcflr$t intertlon, and S Ccntt per line
every additional Insertion.
JUST received ex. "Alameda 100 bags
of Choice New Zealand Potatoes.
For Sale Cucap at tho Union Feed Com.
pany. 0C at
IF OU FIND ANYTHING,
JL advertiso it in the Daily Itnt.t.RTtn
HE DAILY BULLETIN has the
largest circulation of any paper
printed in this Kingdom. CO cents per
HE WEEKLY BULLETIN-
28 columns, purely local matter
tj foreign countries, $5 per
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
JL advertise it in tho Daily Bulletin.
THE DAILY BULLETIN is a live
X evening paper. CO cents per month.
TOB PRINTING of all klndi ex
t cntcrt at the Daily Bullrtin Offlc.o
ONLY PAPER read
JL classes "The Daily Bulletin
cents per month.
CMNEST BRANDS OF CALI
JL forma Port, Madeira and Malaga,
for sale in kegs and cases by
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
JL inlvcrtipo in the Daily Bulletin.
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
Ciothing will he gratefully iccelv.
cd for the use of tho inmates of the
Brunch Hospital for Lepers at Knkoako,
or at the Leper Settlment on Mololcai,
if left with J T. Waierhouse, jr., at the
Queen Street Store t&f tf
LEGISLATURE OF 1888. "Tho Daily
and Weekly Bulletin" contains the
only correct and rcliublo reports of the
proceedings of the present Legislature.
'PHE WORKIMGMAN'S PAPER
J. "The D.illv Hulletin." 50 cents
TIIE Fire Proof Brick
X Building, No. 03 Nuu.
anu f-trcet, with Lot in rear
of mime, at, present occupied by McLean
Bros. For particulars inquire on tho
premises. 08 2w
THE premises of Mr. R.
More, corner of Piikoi
i and Bereiania streets. For
particulars enquire at
It. MORE &, CO.,
00 tf Kiug street.
FOR SALE or LET
THE Houso and Lot on
Bcrctauia street next to
Mr. John Kim's on the west;
large lot runs from llerctania to Young
str ct. House contains parlor, dining,
room, three largo bedrooms, kltclrn
bath-room and out.hnuHcs. Inqulro of
01 tf W, O. WILDER.
Q WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
0 Whalo Boat, 30 feet long, 3 feet
deep; 8 feet wide; 222 feet Surf Boats;
1 18 feet Surf Boat; 2 Decked Plunger,
10 feet long, 0 feet 0 inches -wide, 2 feet
0 inches deep, with mast and sails all
complete; 1 23 feet Sailing Scow, with
mast and sails all complete. Apply to.
E. R. RYAN.
Boat Builder and General Jobber. CI tf
rnilE Hawaiian Fruit
fc Taro Com.
X pany, of Walluku,
nnrchased all tho ritrlit. title and in.
tercst of His Mnjc6ty in tho Alden Fruit
& Taro Company, will carry on the
same and supply the best of Taro Flour
V. H. DANIELS,
Honolulu, July 18, 1888. VQ 3w
Laces, lorcloai Laces, ColoM Emliroiries, wMcl
longth, 50c. yard; 20 pes
Slioe Department ! lioe DDepavtiixeixt; ! "
FOR 30 DAYS
The 10th Annual
INVENTORY SALE !
j Leading Millinery House
Prior to taking slock we will
50 els on tlie Dollar!
Remember 'this is a
And look out for Bargains,
Chas. J. Fishel,
The Leading Millinery House,
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
Dcit brands, in 0, 7, B and 0 ft. lcngiliB,
In quantities to suit at lowest market
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
85r jS3 Ta m rcul Asi TS rahaa sa gJH Hk BB BHI
ill tll i BlEra 1 il nrr I
i tSfe yyi I Hit 1 O i SILL 1 1
red. to 5c. yard worth 15c. ; 10 pes. Oriental Lace, red. 10c. yrd. worth 20c.
GASH SALE at B. F. EHLERS
NEXT ''JTWO W JEESiE-ZS fl
To close out a consignment of
FRENCH SILK8 and LACES I
Black Bhadames reduced from $2 50 to $1 75.
Black Grosgrain reduced from $1 75 to $1 25.
Black Spanish, Flouncing reduced from $3 00 to $2 CO.
Oiler M Sis al LMrt" in Projorta.
Blacksmith Work, g" Carriage Building,
Painting and '''- Trimming.
n k 81 King Stat, ou'Hm Premises.
DEiitrnneew JLVom Kiuer and Mei-clmnt St.
Every description of work in the ahovo linei performed in a first-class manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
ESTBcll Telephone, 107-8 (mrh 1-88-ly) EgTBell Telephone, 107-fc
For Sale Cheap !
Grianite, iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
B-iouso Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, C0PiEE AHD
993 SHEET IROIST WORK.
lis soli at Home Cost !
For Sale Cheap I
Edinburgh & Quoen Street.
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