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HONOLULU OARRIrGE CO.
Hack stand : Merchant and Fort
Btrcot. Telephones, U.io.
MONDAY, aiClT. 3, 1888.
Stmr Lehua from Ilamaluia
Sehr Knnlukul from Kauai
Stun- jMikuliiila from Kauai
Stmr Kluau from Hawaii and Maul
Stmr Llkellkc for Maul
StitirMoknlll for Molokal
Stmr ICnalii for Walalua ami Walanae
Stmr .T A Cummins for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Lehua for Xuu ami ports in 11a-
umkuu ami llllo iJlstrlets
Stmr Mlkalmlii for Kauai at 5 p in
Stmr Klimu for llilo and way liorts at
I p in
Stmr Jus Maki'c for llanamaulu and
Kapaa at 5 p m
Bktne Planter for San Francisco
Stmr Wulalealo for Kauai at ii ) m
Stmr Viva for Molokal and Maul at 10
From Kauai and Niihnu, per stmr
Mlkaliala, Sepl 2 Mrs A Cropp, Mrs H
Isenberg, G Sutherland. Jl Mylne, W
Smith, wife, and child, Miss-es llait
wcll (2), Mlvj Kiiiiiekonn. Miss -v II
Lewis, Walter Wihrht, J Corrut, Mrs V
1' Kanoa and daughter, Miss.es Slicldon
(2), G W Mlleb, Mr Awaua and 107
From Hawaii and Maul per stmr Ivi
nau, Sept 2 Miss Ingle, Mrs Odell, Mrs
Cottrcll, JIrs S E Snnter and son, AH
Lobcnstein, lion H S Townseiul, Judao
S L Austin, Miss L Moore. Miss 5l
Ncccham, V K Cutlibert, D Xotlcy, 0
E Chapin, Mrs U A Chapin, M.iss May
and child, Misses S and A Bannister,
Miss "K liickncll, Slices K and X Hind.
MrsG S Wilson, L Ascn, Mrs G C
Akona, Mrs Sabo and 2 children, Miss
I.-B Wodchousc, MisF Ah Sam, Miss
A -Bicknell, Miss Alo Akina, Miss Aoe
Akiua, W II Cornwell and 2 children,
J K Holies and daughter, Mis Emily
Aiona, Mi-s K Miaw, Mrs F M Ostrnin,
Mits S W CMrum, A C Ostruin, G T
Obtriuu and SI deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kinau 1418 bgs sugar, 148 bndls
hides, U bales wool, ill bgs spuds,
20 bgs corn and ino pkgs sund.
Stmr Miuahala 21193 bgs "sugar, 820 bgs
rice, 25 head of cattle and 80 sheep.
The Itusslan ship Itlioa which arrived
Saturday. 01 day fioiu Newcastle, X.
S. W., brought 1410 tons ot coal for
AVildcr & Co.
WALLACE On August 27th, at Ko
liala, Hawaii, to the wife of ltobcrt
Wallace, a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Damon block, corner of Fort
and Hotel streets, is being repainted.
With the assistance of the steam
drill, woik on tho Falama road is
Somh twenty or thirty representa
tive Chinese were present in the
Legislative Hall this morning.
The "Alta California" of August
22d, says: "The army of Hawaii now
consists of a brass band. It is not an
Tm:ni: was quite a iargo audience
including several ladies in the IIouso
this morning, to hear tho Coffee Bill
A hoy was kicked in the faco by a
horse at Koolau, yesterday, and
protty badly hurt, Dr. Hrodio is
treating the unlucky fellow.
The becond trial of Dr. Powell for
tho minder of Kalph S. Smith re
sulted in the jury again disagreeing
after being out twenty hours.
, The illumination of the clouds
over Ewu tho other night, was caused
by the burning of grass and trees in
tho mountains at Waipio, Ewa.'
A native woman living out near
Hie plains was soveiely burned yes
torday, by her clothes catching on
ire. Slio is being treated by Dr.
Da. Grossman, the dentist, will
take his annual vacation leaving here
for tho Coast on September 22d, re
turning October 27th. His oilico will
be closed (lining that time.
lti:v. II. 1 E. Whulluy, foimoily
of Koiiala, Hawaii, it now curate of
AValpolo St. Peters, Norfolk, Eng
land. He lias iwceutly had an addi
tion to his family in tho shape of a
Dk, fJrodio was called yesterday to
attend to Mr. iioweis, second mato
of the steamer Mikahala, who iiad
been painfully guied by u bull, dur
ing tho passage of the steamer fium
Kauai to this port.
An insane native man committed
Miicidc Ut.tho Insane Asylum, Satur
day night, by hanging himself, lie
tied two hnndl.-erelrhiui together, and
while tho giuuds weio looking for a
crazy woman under the liOUBe, ho
delibcirttely strangled himself tfUil
tho handkerchiefs secured to a hook.
The "Chicago Times" is responsi
ble for tho following: "King Kala
kaua'H Legislature lias abolished his
army and navy, but allows tho mili
tary band to survive, Thus Hawaii
sots an example to tho kingdoms of
Europe, by healing her guns into
trumpets and her swords iuto tink
sgBKtftr-r,jt4toaii6iiMJiaj irfc-tw reitSixasaamafiTrniiiieiii!!! i r -r iiwntH
Tin: "Fiictid' is out.
Tlin Volcnu -is quite-active. -
' ! 9 "
The hath house trial comes up in
tho Police Court to-morrow morning.
.Mil. and Mrs. Kynuersley of Ko
hnhi, returned from Knglnnd on tho
Native Hawaiian sailors seem to
bo very willing to ship on tho bark
Kalakaua for Tahiti.
Vine wcathor, abundant rain and
excellent looking fields of cane are
the reports by the Kinau.
Oee hundred or more bogus bread
tickets, in imitation of Mrs. Singer's
tickets, have been discovered.
The new teachers for Oahu Col
lege and Punahou Prepatatory
School arrived by the Alameda.
Hilo, Haniakua and Koiiala dis
tricts are expected to produce excep
tionally largo ciops of sugar this
A gentleman says tlio water was
wot where ho, was capsized out of a
canoe at Wuikiki, yesteiday, but
ho is not a "sport."
The Legislature adjourned at
12 :30 this afternoon until 10 o'clock
to-morrow, in honor of Princess Lili
Tin: Bond Supervisor calls for ten
ders for furnishing the Government
stables with hay, oats, barley and
bran for six months.
At the San Francisco Stock & Ex
chango lloaid, Aug. 25th, 2f0 shares
of Hawaiian Commercial Company's
stock were sold at $21 5-8.
The captains of tho island packets
arc pleased with the new Spar buoy,
which has been recently placed in
position by tho Harbor Master.
A Blue Bibbon meeting was held
on board tho steamer Kinau at 3
o'clock yesterday afternoon, and
later on the I. I. S. N. Co.'s wharf.
The fiftieth anniversary of the
birth of H. It. II. Princess "Liliuoka
lani is being duly celebrated this
afternoon at her Palama lesidence.
The Bev. A. D. Bissell, the new
musical instructor for Oaliu College,
caino from Maui on Saturday on tho
Likeliko to assume his duties.
The Advertiser says a young wo
man was bitten on the face by a
centipede, at Kauai, last week cen
tipede must be a now name for a
Mis. J. M. Sims, has lc-igned the
clerkship of the steamer Lehua, and
will return to the Coast bv the baik
entine S. G. Wilder. Air. Ulms.
Campbell succeeds Sir. Sims on the
Three fast sailing vessels leave for
San Francisco this week. It is piob
ablo they will eacli carry a 'mail.
Watch the Post Office bulletin board
for the hours of closing.
Peter Jackson, the colored cham
pion pugilist of Australia, beat Geo.
Godfrey, the colored American cham
pion, in nineteen rounds, at San
Francisco, August 24th.
A pakty of ladies and gentlemen
stopping at Waikiki. hoisted a red
shawl on a flagstaff, Saturday, and
saluted tho Dolphin as she parsed the
beach. Tlie salute was answered by
A itni'OitT from Waialua says that
a native employed on Waialua plan
tation fell from a wagon while return
ing from tho cane fields, one evening
last week, and received injuries
which caused his death a few hours
The passengers who came by tho
S, S. Alameda, Saturday, nre request
ed to call at tho office of Dr. Brodio,
Beretania street, every morning be
tween tho hours of 8 and 10 o'clock,
for 15 days from time of arrival.
Mil. P, W. Glade of Kokaha, fell
from his liorso ono day last week and
dislocated his shoulder. Tho injured
member was, returned to its placo at
once and Mr. Glade will bo alright in
a day or two.
The Great Eastern, tho largest
steamer afloat, was being towed from
tho Clyde to Liverpool by a steamer
on August 24th, when a very heavy
sea was oncountered, tho hawsers
parted and tho Great Eastom disap
peared in tho dark,scawarda,laboring
Sa.mtles of sugar, rice, coffee, ra
mio, tobacco and castor beans, be
sides 2,500 copios of tho Paradiho of
the Paeitic, 3,000 of tho O. S. S. Co.'s
charts, and a largo number of photo
graphs in albums and fra.mes, wero
sent by tho Alameda, Saturday night,
by Mr. Jas. Williams, through Mr.
AV. G. Irwin, for tho Melbourne Ex
hibition. Misses C. L. Wing and O. L. Tur
ner, Mis. Oveiond and Bov. W. II.
Stenger aio btoppmg at the Dudoit
House. Alii-s Wing arrived by the
luikoiiliiio AV. II. Dimond, and has
eoiiio to take charge of a privato
school in Koiiala, Miss Turner is
Government school teacher at Ko
iiala, and has bcou on a year's visit
to tho Kast.
, A. teleciuam, dated Poking, July
2f!tb, states that in icgard to the 10
utrictioii 1'iw against tho Chinese
einigraUtfl issued by tho Hawaiian
Govoininehtjvtho Chinese Govern
ment recognibcf. tho action of tho
former Government;" 1"V0 oiiK
ated at tho instigation o! io Portu
guese Government and nro"-nU(mt' '
demand explanation from tlie latter
The Now Ynrks are well ahead in
the nice for tho pennant of tho Na
tional Baseball League.
In (ho Supremo Court this morn
ing in 10 estate of Goo. Morris, de
ceased, Mr. Justice MeCully heard
tho petition of the BMiop "f Olba for
probate of will of deceased and that
lcttois of administration with will an
nexed bo issued to him. Also tho
petition of Mrs. E. J. Wilkinson for
probate of a codicil to will of de
ceased and that letters testamontary
b issued to her. Partly heard and
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Regular monthly meeting of the
officers of tho Honolulu Killos, at
Weekly social dance of the Hono
lulu Social Club, in their hall, at
Regular monthly meeting of Ha
waiian Lodge No. 21 1 and A. M
at their hall, corner of For and
Queen btrcets. at 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of Harmony Lodge No.
2 1. O. and O. P., in their hall,
King street, al 7:30 o'clock.
Band Conceit at Emma Square,
at 7:30 o'clock.
COFFEEE BILL VETO SUSTAINED.
At 11 o'clock this morning tho
Legislature considered -the coffee
bill with the King's veto message.
Minister Thurston stated to the
House that the Cabinet had advised
the King to sign the bill. Rep. C.
Brown moved the bill become a law
notwithstanding the veto. A dis
cussion followed in which Nobles
Smith, Widemaun and Robinson,
and Reps. Nakaleka, I'aehaole and
Kamauoha took pait. At 12:15 a
vote was taken on the question,
"Shall this bill become a law not
withstanding the veto by the King,"
with the following result :
Ayes: Wilder, Robinson, Young,
Castle, Smith, Waterhouso, Wight,
Notley, Wall, Townseiul, Hitchcock,
Bailey, Richardson, G. N. Wilcox,
Dole, Ilustacc, Dowsctt jr., Kalau
koa, C. Brown, Deacon. Kamai,
Kauhane, Kamauoha, Paris, Nawa
bine, Daniels, Ilelekunihi, Horner,
Kawainui, A. S. Wilcox, Rice. 31.
Noes: Jaeger, Luhiau.Widcmann.
Mnkec, Naonc, Kauhi, F. Brown,
Maguirc, Gay, Nakaleka, Kapaeha
As it required 32 votes the veto
THE BAND CONCERT.
The Band plays this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at 7:30
o'clock. Following is the pro
Overtiiu'-Kifty Years ...
. . licrger
selection Maiitana (I5y rcque!)....
Piui Oluilii, Ua Ilikl Xo, Aloha Oc.
Medley Gei man Airs Uergcr
Fantasia-Foivo in the Forest
Schottl-clic -College Boys Fosgatc
Quadrille Student Boys Buhner
BASEBALL AT MAKIKI.
The Honolulu team again crossed
bats with the Vaudalias on Satur
day afternoon, at the Recreation
Grounds. As this was announced
to be the final game between the
clubs, quite a large audience was
attracted, and though many wero
disappointed in the liual result of
the game, it was with some excep
tions, a contest of considerable in
terest. The alternation of the teams,
between positively bad and care
less playing and individual and bril
liancy and dash, and the consequent
continual change of the score kept
the spectators in a state of conllict
ing doubt and hope. Tho Hono
lulu's won the game by a score of
10 to 8.
A correspondent writes for infor
mation relative to the composition
of the three Government Boards:
Health, Education and Immigration.
The Board of Health is composed
of the following gentlemen: Presi
dent, Dr. N. B. Emerson ; Mem
bers, L. A. Thurston, W. E. Row
ell, J. T. Watcrhouse jr., and S. M.
Board of Education: President,
C. R. Bishop; Members, AV. D.
Alexander, S. M. Damon ami AV.
Board of Immigration : President,
L. A. Thurston ; Members, A. S.
Cleghoru, J. B. Atherton, J. S.
Aralker and J. L. Kaulukou.
IMPORTAHT DENTAL OPERATION.
At the morning session of the
California Dental Association, Au
gust 2'lth, tho time was occupied in
tho treatment ol two very iutciest
ing cases. Uno of the operations
executed was the placing of a bi
cuspid in tho jaw of Dr. ,7. M.
AVhitney of Honolulu by Dr. AV J.
Younger. The cavity into which
tho tooth was placed had existed for
twenty-five years, thus making the
operation one of special interest to
the members of the profession pre
sent. The woik was performed in
a quarter of an hour, tho patient
feeling little or no pain. The in
jection used to benumb the jaw is a
special preparation of Dr. W. C.
ELKiJ P Lpr'glil I' .mo. lias Ik on
u 'i it i'ii. a f ' month1- Pine
tuiiaht . a i fu i i i in u mid LrU
Hunt tone, notion, 11 i.k , wake. Arply
at this OOlcc. 31 lw
INVENTORY SALE !
152 dozen Ladies' colored bordered
Handkerchiefs GOc per doz
84 doz Ladies' unbleached Balbri
gan Hose, silk clockco and full
finished at 25c
Gents' white linen Shirts, linen bo
honis and cuffs $1
220 doz Gents' full finish Balbrigan
Undershirts, either long or short
sleeves, all sizes 45c each
Gents' white cotton Undershirts...
Gents' full finished silk clocked
Hose $2.25 per doz
Our Grand Annual Cash Clothing & Furnishing Sale Commences
200 Men's "Working Pants only $1.00.
lJ00 Men's Working Pants only SI. 25.
200 Men's Working Pants only SI. 50.
200 Men's Pine Cassimere Pants from S3 00.
Men's Black Diagonal Suits only 5.00.
Men's Fancy Suits only $5.00 worth 10.00
Men's Fine Cassimere Suits only SG.00 worth $12.50.
Men's Fine Uassimerc Suits only $7.00 worth 15. 00.
A largo line of Gent's Fine Dress Suits at Cost ! A large lino of Gent's Odd Suits sit one-h.iir tho regular price !
A lsirge line of Summer Cosits at one-lmlf the regular price ! Men's White Linen Cr sits, 1.25; Psmts, $1.35 I
AliLincn Suits Knee Pants only 75
Look sat 1;lie G-iesafc JE5r-iii in IML'eii's Se
Undershirts, Neckties, Collars, Cuffs, I
Men's & Boys' Hats at Cost, and a
tSf Remcmher this is our Annual Cash Clothing and
Xotlcc under tltd head are charged 10 ctnti
per Hue for Iheftrit intertion, and B ctnti ier Mm
every additional imertion.
IT ha9 hcen discovered hy the doctors
that Cooked Tain Flour in excellent
food for ucak and delicate infants, pre.
pared as follows; Ono tablcspoonlul of
Cooked Taro Flour mixed with 1 nlnt
of boiling milk. When cold feed tho !
child willi a nurse bottle. It will give
a child new life in a few weeks. !i5 3w
TARO MUSH Feed the elok and
JL delicate persons on Cooked Taio
Flour Mush, made tldu and piep.ued
like corn meal in boiling water, iwid
berved with milk and sugar. Thh makes
an elegunt mush. Ilfi 3w
ARO BUISCU IT MIxTaro Flour
very tbick hi bolliii!r wuter. then
roll in wheat Hour mid lorni into hub.
cult, use. a little butter al bottom of pan,
Hineara llltlo butter over tlio top of Taro
Bitcuit, this makes a clie'ip and excel
lent Taro Cakes. U5 ;Hv
Gl RIDDLE CAKE-Tnko half rye
T Hour, half Taro Fluur, one or two
i'gK. little salt, ouo teaspoon ful of Hoytd
Baking l'owdcr to a cupful of unci),
hake or fry on griddle, 25 3w
rrVRO MUSH Use 2 tableepoons.
X ful of the Taro Flour to cacti per.
son and mix thin, prepared like corn
nienl in boiling water, servo warm or
cold with milk and sugar. Taro Mush
can stand a day or two if desired. 35 3n-
BRANDS OF CALI
'ori, Madeira ami Jdnlmru.
JL' forma Port,
ior suie in itec anu pan'n ny
GONSAJVEb & CO.,
01 Queen Btrcot.
A very Urge Stock of School
Hats at . : : 25c oach
Gents' linen Collins (standing
A full lind of all wool Overshirls
and all wool Undcishirts fiom. .
Gents' fine Pajama Suits from ....
170 doz Children's colored Hose.. .
' . . 10c pr pair
Fino Turkish Batli Towels
Linen hand-made Tides
Black Silk stripe Grenadine
. . f 20c per yard
Ladies' Jersey AVaists from
Misses' and Children's Hose, full
finish and Silk Clocked in pink
and blue, from size 1 to 8, at . .
2")c per pair
We have made a REDUCTION in all
Remember this is our last week
GREAT INVENTORY .SALE
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
The Leading Millinery House.
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
JEIG-JIS &z COMPANY
limited to Two
Suits Knco Pants only $2.00.
Boys Ail-Wool 'Suits only $3.50.
x. G. R. Bishop"
JonkoepiDg's Swedish Safety Matches,
"Westphalia Hams, &c &c.
I'tin MAi.r. n v
The Clipper Hull;
Willi lioits, Anchor. C'liahiB, Sail,
etc. Well-found In all -opccti and
ready for, Immediate dispatch.
tayi'or further particulars apply to
Wing Wo Chan & Co., Agent.
ail Nuuanu street, Honolulu. tf
MR. J. M. Camara, Jr., is nulhorUed
to collect for our account. Spc.
cl'tl attention given to l'orluguoso out.
J. E. HROWN & CO.,
75 tf 38 Merchant Btrcot.
"wV-- T -
1 SSBlri r W
S5 FORT STREET.
Boys' Sciiool Shirts, Boys' School Hats, Boys' White Shirts,
gjer at very low priueb &3
A full line of Ginghams !
A ful! line of Batiste I
A Larsa Assortment
q will close
gjSF" For Gents, Ladies,
1.10 Men's Kino Pants only g-J.30 worth S 1.00.
17.") Men's Fine Pants only S3. 00 worth S i.oO. v
ji) Men's Fine Pants only 51.00 worth SG.00.
150 Men's Fine Cus-iinero Pants from $3.00.
Men's Fine Ca-:iirere Suits only $12.
I Men's tt'ue Flminel Suits only
Men' Blue English Sorgo
I Etc., Etc.,
a splendid selection of these Goods
Boys' Fine Suits only $5.00 and up.
Boys' Fine Suits Long Pants 011(3' $5.00 and up.
Boys' tFinc Black Tricot Suits, all-wool, only $8.50
3E5oyw' "Wliite Colored Sliix-ts,
2 a rid kerchiefs, Etc., Etc.
Full Line of Men's & Boys' Shoes !
Furnishing Goods Sale and for Two Week Only. a
For San Francisco !
The New and Fino American
Brie S.G. Wilr
: A. II. Paul.
J Will sail for tho abovo port on or about
C33rCablu arcnmmihhitioiis superior.
For fieiglilH or passage apply to
F. A. S0HAEFUR & CO..
2U tf Agent.
llc-t Cronn llrand.
G, 7, 8. untl 9 Foet Lengths
Just buided 1 ,i ' CorUt' mouth"
For Sale in (jadnlities to Suit,
Also, .'00 II .h. White Ilroe.'
At tlie Lowest Market Rates,
yrf,.S.p - r
of WMtB Brass Goods!
out at a
Misses it Children.
:$ & G5 Fort Street.
September 1st, and is
."jO worih S20.00.
012.50 worth S20.00.
Suits only $12.50 worth $20.00.
Etc., Etc.j Etc.
which wo will sell at prices that rrill
EGAN & CO.
BARK C. R. BISHOP "
An Assorted Cargo of
In every lino
Aud For Sale at Lowest Rates by
71 Hn i- , eo nor Fort Street,
Mrs. L. S. BEHMETT, - - Principal.
in all its bniuclieij.
C&' For particulars address
Mrs. L. S. Bennett,
74 Hotel St., or Gruenhalirh' Book,
store, 100 Fort Si.
Mutual, 232-tBaTELEPHONE ;.-8ll, l
Honolulu Busks Cote,
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