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HONOLULU CARRIAGE 00.
Hack stfincl! Mcrchaiit and fort
street. Telephones, 035.
SATURDAY, SKIT. 1. 1888.
S S Alnmeda from San Francisco en
route for the v olonle
Stmr Llkoliko from Alnul
Stmr Mokolll fium Jlolokal
USS Dolphin for Sun Fraiiclco
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr LlkollUe for Muni
Stmr Mokolll for Molokul
Stmr ICnalu for Walalua anil Walanno
btnir .T A Cummins for Koolau
From San Fr.uiclco per S S Alameda
Sept 1 MUs S lioKon, Miss J 1' Simp
son. W S Tcny, MIa M V Whittler,
Mis I3olto, Miss M 11 Brewer, 0 L (,'ni
tcr and wife, Ml-s 11 K Cusliiiinu, G 1)
Fai ron and wife, Miss Foibes, Mrs J
Iloppln, Mis Hopper, O S Klnnerslcv
and wife, 11.1 Lllllo and wife, Miss i
Loulson, Master II Mcrrll, F Austin
and wife, Miss iraee llrcwer, Mrs f)r
13rowii, Miss Cliiulo, O P Downing, Mis
A O Forbes, W F Krcar, 0 11 High, 11
Kllyde, G E Howe and wife, V 11
Lowers, lidpar Lewis, Pi of A li Lyons,
wife and 2 children. P Peck, Mrs L 1)
Plu n cy, Miss II A Peppon, 'Mrs L G
Prey, Alloheitson, Kev V II Stensrer,
Miss C L Tinner, Kev It White, IS steer
age, and 1S1 hi transit for for the Colo
SMITH In Portland, Or., on August
21st, Clias. T. Miiltli, aged 27 years, and
months. Brother of Geo. AW Smith,
of Bcii'-on, Smith & Co.
BOYD-WILLIAMS. Sept. 1st, at
the residence of Mrs. M. A. Boyd,
Pauoa, by Kev. Geo. Wallace, Kohuit
N. Boyd to MUs Josephine A illiams.
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LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A tiano is offered for sale.
The Anglican Church Chronicle
The mail for the Colonies closes at
0 p. m.
i '- - - i
Union sciviee at Knwaiahao
Church to-moiiow evening.
Miss Beny's hchool will not re
open for another month.
The U. S. S. Dolphin is expected
to reach San Fiancisco in ten days.
To-MOiuiow, September 2d, will be
the 18th anniversary of tho battlo of
The steamer Kinau will bail on
Tuesday at i p. in., for Hilo and way
On Wednesday next, at 10 a. m.,
the Mutual Telephone Co. will hold
its annual meeting.
The sailing of tho barkentine AV.
II. Dimond has been postponed until
Nioht sessions do not agree with
some members of the House. They
look seedy the next morning.
An English sermon will bo preach
ed at the Konian Catholic Cathedral
at tho 7 a. m. mass on Sunday.
The thanks of tho Bulletin are
duo Purser Sutton. A.M. llcwettand
W. II. Giaenhalgh for late papers.
Yesterday afternoon two mem
bers of tho House amused themselves
by throwing paper balls at each
"I'll bo darned if I can find the
bill," is not a very parliamentary ex
pression. What do you think, Mr.
TENDKittf for removing buildings
fioin the receiving station nt Knka
akoaru icquiicd to be sent in to tho
Board of Health office by Monday
The funeral of the lato Mr. An
drew McWayno will take jilaco on
Sunday afternoon at 3 "o'clock. A
Masonic notice appears in another
The Minister of tho Inteiior's sud
den illness was of very short dura
tion. Ho turned up in the House
this morning looking as fiesh as a
Inti'NW.vo pupils of luimchauioha
Schools aro requited to bo at tho
school picmises, on Monday noxt,
September 3. Tho school term will
coinmonco on tho following day,
The Hooulu and Hoolu Lahui So
ciety will send to tho Molbourno Ex
hibition by tho S. S. Alameda this
ovoniiig, articles of native manufac
ture and a lot of ancient Hawaiian
Mehsuh, J. A. CmnmiiiH, Sam Par
ker, P. M. Hatch, J.U. Paty, J. G.
Spencer, 15. W. Lano, V, A. Schaefer,
Capt. Itoss and Judge Wideniaun,
accompanied by the Hawaiian Bund,
went out, on tho steamer J. A. Cum
mins, this noon to escort tho U, S. S.
Dolphin to sea.
Tin: agcnlB of the Oceanic Steam
sliip Co., iu Sun Francisco, icceived
'a dispatch Aug. 21th, fioin the l'oat-manter-Gencral
of Now Zealand, ac
cepting tho oiler of the United Stateu
to contiibuto $50,000 per annum to
waid continuing the present mail
EVENTS THIS EVENING,
liluo Ribbon entertainment nt Y.
M. C. A. at 7:30 o'clock.
Monthly meeting of Honolulu Ty
pographical Union at C :30 o'clock.
Music at the Yosemite skating
Meeting of the Hawaiian Social
Club at 7 :30 o'clock.
THE BAUD CONCERT.
The Band plays this afternoon at
Emma Square, commencing at -1:30
o'clock. Following is tho pro
March Suite Lachner
Waltz Li Gitium Bucalosil
Selection The I.ombaidluus Vcrdl
Serenade Esponlola Jungman
Waltz Blue Lake M llloeker
The- usual entertainment by tho
Blue Ribbon League A ill be given
lliis evening at the Y. M. O. A.
Hall, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Following is the programme:
Piano Solo Arthur Wall
Heading Mrs. W. W. Hall
Sons' Mr. W. II. Hoogs
jiucuuiiou mv. a. ii. jimnnv
.suss Jennie Uiioye
...Kev 11 11 Gowcn
Two natives have been arrested
anil charged with having committed
four robberies. Sam Olcilei. one of
the two, was arrested yesterday af
ternoon on a charge of stealing 8G2
from Mr. Rcitncnschneiclcr's Chi
nese servant. Oflicer Larson went
to Oleilet's quarters, and there found
Mr Rothwell's pants and a hat be
longing to a professional gentlemen.
Later a brother of Oleilei was ar
rested on a charge of having stolen
some clothes from a Chinaman, and
it is believed that the two, nnd pro
bably a third party, arc all implicat
ed in the four robberies.
ARRIVAL OF THE S. S. ALAMEDA.
The Alameda was reported off
port at about G o'clock this morniug,
Hying a yellow ilag. Doctors Tros-
seau and Brodie boarded the
steamer and held an examination.
A child was sick, but with what
the doctors could not agree; one
pronouncing it smallpox, auother
chickenpox. Doctors McKibbin and
Kimball then went out to the
steamer and held an examination ;
and by their decision the steamer was
allowed to dock. She arrived a few
minutes before 1 o'clock. The
passengers for this port were allow
ed to land, and go whore they
pleased, but all to report to the city
physician every morning lor 15
days; a violation of which order
will place them in quarantine on the
leef. The O. S. S. dock was closed
to outsiders, no one being allowed
within, except the agents of the
steamer the Custom House olllceis,
stevedores. Several gentlemen who
went out in the Pilot boat were re
tained on board until tho steamer
docked. The Alameda will sail at
8 o'clock this evening.
Andrew McWayne was born in
Pembroke, New York, in 1825. He
went to Illinois in 1813 and settled
on Fox River, 35 miles west of Chi
cago, where he established himself
as a miller. While on Fox River
one of his customers was "Old
Oakum," who died on these islands
some 10 years ago. Giving up mill
ing, Andrew Mu Wayne became as
sociated with tho renowned detective
"Pinkerton," and later lie was
elected Justice of the Peace, which
position he held for li years. He
came to these islands iu 1879 on the
barkentine Discovery, and acted as
secretary for Wilder's Ice Co., for
three years. For some time past
the deceased had been failing in
health, his malady being con
sumption. Andrew McWayne poss
essed a superior knowledge of law.
Ue was accentric, but entertaining,
and his fund of anecdotes was in
exhaustible. He was a prominent
Muson in Illiuois and was the reci
pient of many valuable testimonials
of esteem. Mrs. Andrew McWayne
sister of William C. Wilder, Dr. A.
and Mr. William McWayne arc
left to mourn for the deceased.
Late Foreign News.
Per S. $'. Alamedu.
Tho Chinese Exclusion Bill has
gone to the President.
It is asserted that the sugar trust
has secured a sufficient quantity of
A conflict between French and
German troops was narrowly averted
The steamships Oceanic and City
of Chester collided in San Francisco
UaA Aug. 22(1, during a fog. The
City of Chester went to tho bottom.
Fifteen persons lost their lives and
twelvo inoro aro missing.
The rising in Afghanistan is re
ported to be seiions.
Italy will send a new expedition
Bishop Harris of Michigan died in
England Aug. 22d
In tho ocean race tho Umbria
camo out ahead arriving at Queens
town in G days, G hours, 10 minutes.
Rumors aro reported of an alli
ance between Germany and Italy
It is reported of this great Ameri
can lawyer, that whilo riding on
horseback, a friend standing on tho
street called him up to tho curb
stone, and asked him a short legal
question) which O'Connor readily
answered, aud after his return to his
office, ho sent a foe bill to that
fiicnd for that opinion. The friend
hesitated and said, "it was a mere
horseback opinion." O'Connor said,
"it was sound nevertheless, and
he couttl not see why a sound horse
back opinion should not be paid for,
as well as any other sound opinion."
He mado the man pay.
THE MEMBER FROM HILO.
Edituii Bulletin: I notice a
very severe personal attack on my
self iu the editorial columns of this
day's "Advertiser." I should not
say a word about the "stinginess"
part, but when the editor forgets
himself so far as to charge me with
willingness to "steal," (the very
words used), then by calling me a
thief, it is time I should enter a pro
test against such unwarrantable
personal attacks. It is time the edi
tor of said paper should he taught
not to make such charges against
the members of the Legislature, un
less he is able to prove the same. It
is high lime that a public rebuke
should be entered against such per
sonal attacks, aud that is tiic reason
of my troubling you with this com
munication. D. II. Hitchcock.
BOODLERS AND BOODLERS.
Editoii Bulletin: In Che discus
sion which has proceeded from the
now celebrated "Coffee Bill," odium
has been sought to bo attached
thereto by unfairly dragging iu the
name of a stranger who came among
us as a guest. It is asserted, and
not denied, that the gentleman in
question came at the invitation of
the Gibson Government; while as
to his qualifications, no second bpin
ion has been expressed. But, if lie
found himself in bad company with
Mr. Gibson, is it his fault that the
acts of the present Minister of Inte
rior have out-Gibsoncd Gibson him
self? Mr. Gibson made no phara
saical professions of scrupulous po
litical honesty. He was controlled
(as even his former enemies admit),
by an inlluence which at times
forced him to do, in the diicction of
usurpation of the rights of taxpay
ers, what he never would have done
of his own free will. In the face of
this, Mr. Thurston howled for a re
volution, and got it. Now, without
restraint, with a "solid" parliament
at his back, he has inaugurated a
scries of the very acts for the per
pctiation of which, by Gibbon, he
could "Turn the rascals out." Does
the fact that its Mr. Thurston who
does it make the crime of two years
ago a virtue now ?
We all remember Vanderbilt's
compliment to those whose pation
agc gave him his fortune. "The
public be damned!" This has been
intensified in the "coffee scandal,"
when an Act which was condemned
in specific terms by Parliament
during the session of 1887 (vide
Makiki claims) has been repeated,
by paying money or giving pledges
for it, in a matter never authorized
l3 Parliament. "The public be
damned!" indeed, when coffee
plantations can be established at tho
public expense on lands in which
the chief boodlers of the "coffee
racket" have a proprietary interest.
Let the blame rest where it belongs
and not on the shoulders of the in
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
nni'oun dolu j.
Fiuday, Aug. 31.
Aona (ch,) vs. J. II. Black; as
sumpsit. Plaintiff's appeal from
Police Court, Honolulu.
Partly heard Thursday and con
tinued till to-day. Judgment for
defendants affirming judgment of
W. C. Achi for plaintilf; Chas.
Creighton for defendant.
Jfotlcaumlcrllih hcail me (ItargiJ 10 certfi
per line for the first inseitloii, anil a centaptr line
eieru additional insertion.
PLEASE don't forget to buy a Cream
I'lo to-day at lliu "Kllte." 3j It
IT has been discovered by the doctor
tlint Cooked Taio Plour isoicclleiit
food for weak and delicate infants, pre.
pared ns follows: One tablcspoonful of
Cooked Taro Flour mixed with 1 pint
of boiling mill;. When cold feed tho
child with a nurse bottle. It will give
a cliilil now life in a few weeks. Uo 3w
rpARO MUSH Feed the tick and
X delicate perbons on CooLed Taro
Flour .Mush, made thin and prepared
like corn meal la boiling water, ami
eerrcd with milk and sugar. ThU makes
nu elegant mush. :i,j 3w
X very thick In boiling wutor, then
roll in wheat Hour and lorm into bus.
cult, ut a little butter at bottom of pun,
fiiue.ir u little butter ovei the top ot Taro
Utsuuit. this niiikes a che.ip and excel,
lent Turo Cukes. 35 !lw
GJ.RIDDLE CAKE-Tuko half ryo
l llonrj half 'I'm o Flour, one or two
eggs, little wilt, ouu teaspoonfnl of ltoyul
Baking Powder to a cupful of each,
buku or fry on griddle. U5 aw
rpARO MUSH Uee 2 tablespoons.
X tut of the Taro Flour tu eticli per
son and mix thin, prepared liku corn
meal in boiling water, bcrvo warm or
cold with null; und sugar Tnio Mush
cau stand a day or two if desired. 35 3w
T?inest" "brands" of cali-
X' loriuii Poll, Madeira aud Malaga,
for biilo in kes nnd cates by
GONSALVKS & CO.,
CI Queen sticot.
TVTU.SIO funiit-lied for balle, panics
Li.l and MMcjiudus bv Palmer's Suing
Hand. Ordeis lull ut O. E. Williams',
or dug up Mutuul Telephone 830. 74 tf
0. J. FISHELS
INVENTORY SALE !
152 dozen Ladies' colored bordered
Handkerchiefs fiOo per doz
81 doz Ladies' unbleached Balbri
gan Hose, silk clockco and full
finished ut 25c
Gents' white linen Shirts, linen bo
homs and cufl's $1
220 do,; Gents' full finish Balbrigan
Undershirts, either long or short
sleeves, all sizes -15c each
Gents' white cotton Undershirts...
finished silk clocked
, !f2.25 per doz
Our Grand Annual Cash Clothing & Furnishing Sale Commences
limited to Two Weeks Only.
200 Men's Working Pants only 81.00.
200 Men's Working Pants onlv $1.25.
200 Men's Working Pants only 1.50.
200 Men's Fine Cassiniero Pants from $3.00.
Men's Black Diagonal Suits only $5.00.
Men's Fancy Suits only 85.00 worth $10.00
Men's Fine Cassimere Suits only SG.00 worth $12.
A large line of Gent's Fine
A largo line of Summer
All Linen Suits Knee Pants only 75
Xuoolc at tlie GS-reat
Undershirts, Neckties, Collars, Cuffs, l-ilantikercfaiefs. Etc., Etc.
Men's & Boys' Hats at Cost, and a Full Line of len's & Boys' Shoes !
SSf Remember this is our Annual Cash Clothing and Furnishing Goods Sale and for Two Week Only, -u
FOR ALE !
The Clipper Bark
Willi IloMs, Anchor, Chains, Sail,
etc. Well. found In nil respects and
ready fur Immediate despatch.
JSrFor further particulars apply to
Wing Wo Chan & Co., Agent.
HI Nuuanu street, Honolulu. tf
IN VARIED SIZES & DESIGN.
Just opened at
Lewers & Cooke's,
"ITK. J. M. Camaru, Jr., is authorized
xix. io collect ror our account, aw-
ciul attention given to Portuguese out-
BROWN & CO.,
28 Merchant street.
A vory largo Stock'of School T8!H!i T fiifP 8" 5f& 8916161 M 1
Hats at : : 25ceach f MB L lla I'Motl lUNl H
Gents' linen Collars (standing.
A full lind of all wool Overphirts
and all wool Undershirts fioin. .
Gents' fine Pajama, Suits from . .
176 doz Children's colored ITosc.. .
10c pr pair
Fine Turkish Bath Towels . ...
3 for 50c
Linen hand-nuule Tides
Black Silk stripe Grenadine
20c per yard
Ladies' Jersey Waists from
Misses' and Children's Hose, full
finish and Silk Clocked in pink
aud blue, from size 4 to 8, at. . . .
25c per pair
We have made a REDUCTION in all
Beincmbcr this is our last week
GREAT INVENTORY SALE
CHAS. J. FiSHEL.,
The Leading Millinery House.
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
jEG-.AL.rsf &c comp .a. isr sr
Men's Fine Cassimere Suits only $7.50 worth S15.00.
Dress Suits tit Cost !
Coats at one-half the regular
Suits Knee Pants only $2.00.
Boys' All-Wool Suits only S3.50.
Ex. "C. R. Bishop
Jonkraplng's Swedish Safety Matches,
Westphalia Hams, &c &u.
FOIt MAI.F. 11 Y
74 Hotel, corner Fort Street,
Mrs. 1. S. BENNETT, - - Principal.
In nil lis hiunehcF,
f2"?-For particulars address
Mrs. L. S. Bennett,
74 Hotel HI., or Graenhalgh's Hook,
store, 1011 Fort St.
Mutual, 282-fjJitTELEPHONE staVBoll, SO
. . . . . .SB
I o rt t- m - in mm m iJwjrqS
oo oc oo i-uk i &iKttr. .:ma
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hats, Boys' White Shirts,
gjST AT VERY LOW PRICES JR0
A full line of Ginghams !
A full line of Batiste !
A LargG Assortment
Wo will clo.o
EEGJ-IBJELAI? I: -
0f For Gents, Lndiu,
150 Men's Fine Pants only $2.50 worth S 1. 00.
175 Men's Fine Pants only S3. 00 worth SI. 50.
150 Men's Fine Pants only $1.00 worth SG.00.
150 Men's Fine Cassimere Pants from $3.00.
Men's Fine Cassimere Suits only 12.50 worth $20.00.
Men's Blue Flannel Suits only 12.50 worth $20.00.
Men' Blue English Serge Suits only S12.50 worth $20.00.
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Hue of Gent's Odd Suits at one
price ! Men's White laneii
a splendid selection of these Goods
Boys' Fine Suits only $5.00 and up.
Boys' Fiue Suits Long Pants only $5.00 and up.
Boys'jFinc Black Tricot Suits, all-wool, only 88.50
For San Francisco
The New nnil Fine American
Brlttue S. G. Wiltter
('A IT A IN
A. II. Paul
Will 8i-.ll for the iilmxe port on or alioul
t"Ca)iln iici.oiuinndations supeilnr
For ft (lights or p.issagu apply to
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO..
11 tf Agvuts.
Heht Cro.vn Brand.
6, 7, 8, nnd 9 Feet Lengths
Just landed Ex. Ship "Cockermouth"
For Sale in Quantities to Suit,
Also, TOO Uuls. White Ilros.'
At the Lowest Market Rates,
WBLDER & CO.
of WMte Dress Boofls!
out at a
Misses it Cliildien. pflf
5J & V,5 Fort Street.
September 1st, and is
- half tho regular price 1
Ccats, $1.25; Pants, $1.35 !
which vc will sell at prices that will
m 5 -Tflti J H
Wliite Colored Sliirts,
EGAN & CO.
PER BARK C. R. BISHOP"
An Assorted Cargo of
In every lino
And For Sale at Lowest Rates by
hi. HACKFELD & CO.
MR. A. M. HEWETT,
Stationer & Newsdealer,
Purpose leaving for Uib Coast in
October prior to which he
oilers the whole of his
Handsomely Assorted Stock I
Groat Reduction for Cash 1
Do not ho alarmed thut you will not be
ahlo to jnirchaso In Honolulu u JIand.
sonio OhrlBtmas Present as In Ban
Krnuclbco for Mr. Howett is going to
select such a stock as will buit the most
fastidcous and surprise our Httlo city.
car All parties
now Indented to him
uquesteu to make
' -'Utesto-izteK Ai -. , wlj k w amL w, -mAg&t&ft&ife