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HONOLULU CARRIAGE 00.
Hack stand; Merchant and tforl
street. . Telephones, !i3o.
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WEDNESDAY, SKI'T. , 1888.
Danish baik Comma, 140 days fioni
Stmr O R Bishop from Koolau
Sehr Wnlinalu for Maul and Molokai
Sehr ,Tocphlnc for Ewa
Sehr Mokuola for Ewa, Oahu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
BUtno V 11 Dlinond for San Francisco
Stmr Knnlu fo? Wulaliitiand Waianac at
0 a in
From Wulahia and Walanae per stmr
Ivaala, Sept 4 L)r Emerson, Captain
Dicw, Sir Atwater and 25 deck.
Kiom wind wind porU, per stmr W O
-Hull, fcept 1 Mit J II S Mat tin and 2
daughters, Miss E U Mm tin. St. C
l'lluala, Col Sam Xorrls. G W O Jones,
0 aider, E llntuhlnson, Mrs J Kanhane
and 3 children, Fred F Haley, Miss E
Sunter, A Hanebcrg, Miss F Malulaul,
and 73 deck.
For Kilauea and Ilanalel, per ptmr
Waialcalc, Sept 4 Miss Gay, and F Sin
clair and wife.
ForNawillwill, Waimea, Lilinc, etc.,
per stmr Mlkuliala, s-cpt 4 Miss Alice
Kapoli Ilnuapi, Mrs !' 1 Kanoa, Rev
Mr Maiioc, A llancberg, and CO deck.
For Mnni and Hawaii pcrt-tnirKinau,
Sept ! Major Sam Parker, Capt J Ros,
ihs J N Wiight, Rev E S Timoteo, V
Rerlowitz, R N Uoyd and bride, Mr Ly
ons, W Ricdc and 2 childieu, II C Aus
tin and about GO deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr W G Hall "42 bgs sugar, 153 bgs
awa, 11 bgs coffee, 28 hides, 25 head
of cattle, 10 calves and 2 horses.
Stmr ICaala 450 bgs fciigar and 123 bgs
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
St. Andrews Triory opens on Mon
day next for a new term.
Material for a new schoolhoubo at
Kipahulu is being prepared.
Mud wasps aie decorating
ceiling of the Legislative Hall.
Ahout bixty Chinese attended the
session of the Legislatuic to-day.
It is reported that a Chinese man-of-war
will visit these shores shortly.
. . i
A cAimiAGE, horse, and milch cows
for sale at the Hawaiian Hotel
The Hawaiian Band will play at
the Hawaiian Hotel to-morrow night.
Tho public are invited.
Col. 52. S. Spalding has offered to
represent tho Government" at the
Paris Exposition next year.
Tiik annual cash clothing and fur
nishing sale now in progress at the
Arcade is attracting considerable at
tention. A qame of baseball between a nine
from the Household Guards and a
team called Venturers, has been ar
ranged for Satuiday.
The session is drawing to a close
so that if Nobles Wall and Bailoy
wish'to got in their maiden speeches,
they will have to hurry up.
Ir you wish to see something
handsome, ascend the spiral stairs in
the Pacific Hardwaio Co.'s store, and
look at their newly fixed room.
Majok Woclcliouse, II. B. M.'s
Commissioner, and Senhor Cana
varro, Poi tugucse Commissioner,
wero present in tho Legislature this
In the House this morning a mo
tion to insort $0,000 iu tho Appropri
ation Bill for advertising Hawaii
abroad by means of the Paradise of
tho Pacilic, was indefinitely post
Miss Thielo'ri school will re-open
on Monday next. On account of tho
extra number of children now attend
ing, a largo lot of now desks and
other conveniences have been added
to tho school room.
Yestehday was Mr. B. F. Billing'
ham's birthday nniiiverMiry and it
was duly celebratrd by the passage
of tho Oahu Steajn Railway hill. Mr.
Dillingham said that by bin no.t
anniversary tho railroad will bo in
Matthew Makalua, a young Ha
waiian who has been studying niodi
cino for tho past four years in Eng
land at the Government exponso,
was recently married to the daughter
of an English doctor. Makalua is
now walking tho hospitals,
Tklki'UOXIo messages from vari
ous points of this island, shortly after
0 o'clock this morning, wero as fol
low: Wiiimnniilo A brisk down
pour of lain eiuly this morning, but
not raining now. Hcoia Ruining
copiously. Waialua Lightly shower
ing, Waianau and Ewa Dry hut
The barkontino W. H. Diinond
sails at 10 o'cloak to-morrow morn
ing, carrying a mail which closes at
tho Post Ofiio at U o'clock. TIub will
b"o a good opportunity' to forwaid
letters and tho Bulletin Weekly
SupMAUY (now out), as tho Diinond
ljas twunty-thieo days in, which' to
icach Ban Fiaucisco before tho next
Iron bedsteads for ealc'nt Mcssr.
Hnckfoltl k Co.'s.
Who wants to buy a monkey V Two
aio ollercd for sale.
On Sept. 12, Mr. Geo. L. Babeock
will lcsunio giving lessons on tho
Mn. II. Lulling lequests tho pre
sentation of all accounts against him
for payment at once.
Mn. William Tell has resigned tho
position of Agent of Board of Health.
His successor has not yet been ap
pointed. ' .
At 3 :15 o'clock this afternoon tho
Constitutional Amendment was un
der consideration in the House. A
motion to indefinitely postpone was
Tun Union Feed Co. have received
the contract to supply tho Govern
ment with feed at tho following rates :
Hay, $20 per ton ; oats, $30 per ton :
wholo barley, $21.50 per ton; rolled
bailoy, $25.25 per ton; bran, $23r)0
Regular monthly meeting and
election of olllcers of Hook & Lad
der Co. 7:30 o'clock.
Regular monthly meeting of En
gine Co. JNb. 1 at their hall, lung
street, at 7:30 o'clock.
Monthly meeting of Engine Co.
2 in their hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Stag dance of Honolulu Social
Meeting of the Myrtle Social Club
at Hayscldcn Hall.
The contract to move several
houses from Kakaako Branch Hos
pital to Kalihi, has not been award
ed to anybody. Only two bids
were received: C. J. Hardee 83,900;
and J. N. Kaiaikawaha 10,500.
Mr- Hardee's bid being thought ex
cessive, Mr. Rowell, Superintendent
of Public Works, has taken the
matter in hand and is figuring on
the cost of floating the houses iu
question on scows to Kalihi.
The grading of the small street
hack of the Union Feed Co. by Mr.
T. Graham Gribblc, is in progress.
A railroad track has been tempor
arily laid from near the King's Boat
House to the junction of this small
street and Fort street. A locomo
tive is employed in drawing ears
loaded with soil taken fiom the
beach near the Boat House, and
distributing.it along the street The
locomotive did not work very well
in its first trial this afternoon'. She
had 125 pounds of steam on, but
could not draw four loaded cars.
Mr. Gribblc has a good force of men
on and will, most likely, make
rapid progress when fairly started.
A PRETTY PICTURE.
Mr. Jos. Strong has just complet
ed a very pretty picture, in black
and white, to be sent to New York
to be engraved. The picture is 18
by 2-1 inches in dimensions, and is
made up of a variety of minor Ha
waiian views. The central figure
is the Hawaiian Hotel, and this is
surrounded by views of Honolulu
harbor, Waikiki beach, the Rainbow
Falls at Ililo, a lava overflow, a
cocoanut grove, and others, with a
Hawaifan lady surmounting the
whole. U?hc various parts which
combine to make the complete pic
ture are very tastefully and artisti
cally arranged to the best advan
tage and to produce the best effect.
It is really a work of art, creditable
to the artist whose brains and brush
A HONOLULU T00THPULLER.
Dr. J. M. Whitney the dentist
has been attending tho annual con
vention of the California State Den
tal Association. He was interview
ed Aug. 23rd, by a reporter of the
San Francisco Examiner with tho
Dr. J. M. Whitney of Honolulu
is at the Occidental, having como to
California for a vacation. He is an
invited guest at the annual conven
tion of tho California State Dental
Association, at present in session.
Dr. Whitney left his home in
Cleveland, Ohio, nineteen years ago
and went to Honolulu, where he has
since resided. Soon after his ar
rival in tho Sandwich Islands lie
was appointed dentist to the royal
family and has been retained iu that
Last evening Dr. Whitney con
sented to give a few facts iu regard
to the dental experiences of the roy
al family of Hawaii, for, while there
is a divinity which doth hedge a
king, royalty is no more exempt
from the pangs of toothache and
diseases of the teeth than ordinary
"King Kalakaua," Dr. Whitney
said, "has an excellent set of
teeth, although Hcveral have bean
filled with gold. His teeth, how
ever, in c troubled witli what is
known to dentists as Rigg's disease,
which is quite common iu the tro
pics, and arises from a debilitated
system. It affects the gum, chiefly,
and causes tho teeth to become
"When in thd operating chair the
King almost invariably either goes
to sleep or dozes. Ho stands the
pain of dentistry well.
"The deceased King Kameha
melia Y, or "the Lonely Onp," hud
a remarkably fine set of teefh, and
withstood pain with thu greatest
"The deceased Queen Emma and
tho latol,ilnoo3 Likcllk'e had fhto
sets of teeth, although slightly sub
ject to Rigg's disease."
Princess Kaitilani, tho daughter
of Princess Likelikc, who is living
at Honolulu, and who is the hope of
the Hawaiian people as their fuutie
queen, is visited by Di. Whitney
every thicc months lor the purpose
of having her teeth nttended to, but
as she is tho possessor of beautiful
ivories, of which sho takes great
care, but little work is required.
Dr. Whitney thinks the llawaiians
have as fluo teeth as any people iu
the world, although the older na
tives have better teeth than tho pre
sent generation. The doctor be
lieves this to be due to the change
of food winch has taken place in
late,yearspoi and fish, which were the
chief diet of the natives years agor
having given away to edibles sucli
as are used by Americans, and
which have a more injurious' effect
on tho teeth.
An effort is to be made to have
the next Hawaiian Legislature enact
laws prohibiting any person prac
ticing dentistry ho is not a gradu
ato of a regular dental college.
Dr. Whitney said that business
in Honolulu is far livelier than in
Los Angeles or San Diego, both of
which places he has recently visited.
He will return to Honolulu by tho
PER S. S. Alameda, 1st September,
Fresli Salmon on ice, Apples,
Sugar Pcnrs, liurtlelt Pears, Quinces
Peurs, Grapes, Muscaiclle, Black Amber,
etc , Yellow Peaches, Plums. Whilchcnrt
Cabbage and Oelciy. Also Prime
Smoked Salmon, Sauerkraut, Pickles,
Pure Olive in mm gallon tins. Cidi.
foi nia Fruit Market. 20 3t
1yfY ofllce will be closed fioin Septcrn.
1tJL ber 22nd to October 27th, during
my absence from the Kinudom.
M. K. GROSSMAN,
30 tf Dentist, OS Hotel st.
A QUARTERLY meeting of the Board
of Trustees of the Queen's Hos
pital will be held nt thu loom of lie
Clmiiiber of Commerce, on FRIDAY
NEXT, the 7th instant, nt 11 a ji
Per order. F. A. SCHAEFEK,
37 3t Secretary.
OUSTOMEKS having our Soda Water
or Lemonade Bottlw (empty) on
hand will greatly oblige by notifying
usby telephone or o hcrwisu, and they
will nt once lie -cnt Irr. liniih-sii'tidniu
longer than one iiiouih will be chuiged
for. Telephone-: Hell 1T; Mutual. 8l0
.T. K, BHOWX & CO.,
Piopriulora, Tahiti Lemonade WoiKs.
To House Owners.
rent a Cot.
or 0 rooms,
P. O. Hox
&&s23 on high ground.
of Nuuauu Yalley preferred.
Cottage To Let.
- AVL (
pONTAINlXG pailor, four
J bedruouis, dining-room,
kitchen, pantry, bathroom,
largo verauda-room and out-houses, with
nice garden, lawn, shade trees and
acio ot land in jjood location. Rent $25
per month and water tax.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY,
27 lit OTtr. Fort A Merchmu streets.
ryUF. lU.nl saved
JL -ttrcck of thu
tP"lrflV tnn.tt.tli. I' nml enlil nt imnltnti
aggtyysfr iu ilie Kin;, has been refitted,
coppered and dcck.ovcr by Mr. Holland,
and is for aalo cheap for cash liv
E. R. RYAN,
31 2w Boat Builder.
Best Crown Brand.
6, 7, 8, and 9 Feet Lengths
Just landed Ex. Ship "Cockermoulh"
For Sale in Quantities to Suit.
Also, COO Bbls. White Bros.'
At the Lowest Market Rates.
Bell Tel. 172. Mutual Tel. 300
P. O. Box 4IIU.
M & GO.
Fire Proof Stono Building,
42 Merchant Street.
General Commission Merchants
General Agency for Huw'n Wands
Burlington and Chicago Railway
Connecting at Boston with the Azores
Through tickets gi anted from Honolulu
to nil pointy KudI.
Merchandise stored and sold on com
mibsinn, L'oiiHlgnineuts i-oliuited.
Shipping and Custom House Business
Books ami Accounts kept and audited.
Propnties lciiscil, rented and sold.
LojhI io. meiii- drawn.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
I. advuriibo in tho .Daily Bullktik.
INVENTORY SALE !
152 dozen Ladies' colored bordered
Handkerchiefs 00c per doz
81 doz Ladies' unbleached Balbri
gnn Hose, silk clockce and full
finished nt 25c
Gents' white linen Shirts, linen bo
bonis and cuffs $1
220 doz Gents' full finish Balbrigan
Undershirts, either long or short
sleeves, all sizes -15c each
Gents' white cotton Undershirts...
Gents' full finished silk clocked
Hose $2.25 per doz
Our Grand Annual Cash Clothing & Furnishing Sale Commences
limited to Two Weeks Only.
200 Men's Working Pants only S1.00.
. 200 Men's Working Pants onlv 81.25.
200 Men's Working Pants only 81.30.
200 Men's Fine Cassimere Pants from S3.00.
Men's Black Diagonal Suits only 85.00.
Men's ITancy Suits only 85.00 worth 810.00
Men's Fine Cassimere Suits only $0.00 worth 812.50.
Men's Fine Cassimere Suits only $7.50 worth $15.00.
A largo lino of Gent's Fine Dress Suits at Cost,! A large lino ol'Gont's Odd Sails at one-half the regular price !
A large line of Summer Coats at one-half the regular price ! Men's White Iiinen Ctats, $1.25; Pants, $1.25 !
"VOTTHTT-T f OrPT-TTKFO ? flS!rWo havc
All Linen Suits Knee Pants only 75
Hioolt at the Great JSarg-aints in JMLexr's Ac DBoyw' "White Oolox'ecl. SliirtSj
Undershirts, Neckties, Collars, Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, Etc., Etc.
Men's & Boys' Hats at Cost, and a Full Line of Men's k Boys' Shoes !
JBSF" Remember this is our Annual Cash Clothing and Furnishing Goods Sale and for Two Week Only. -t3fl
Xottcti under tkit head are charged 10 cenli
per line for the first Insertion, and 6 cents per line
every additional insertion.
VAN'S BOAT BUILDINa
SHOP. Bear ot Lucas' Mill.
IT has boon discovered hy tho doctors
that Cooke I 'lilio Flour is excellent
food for weak and dellcrtto infants, pre.
pared as follows: Onu tablcHpoonful of
Cooked Taro Flour mixed with 1 pint
of boiling milk. When cold feed thu
child witli a numc buttle. It will gle
a child new life in a few weeks. US Uw
rpARO MUSH-Fccd the sick anil
X delicate persona on Cooked Trio
Flour Mush, made thin and prepared
like corn meal hi boiling water, aud
served with milk and sugar. '1'uU makes
an elegant mush, DO 3w
TARO BU ISCU IT MIxTaro Flour
vciy thick lu boiling wiitor, then
roll iu wheat flour aud lorm into bus.
cuit, us a little butler at bottom of pun,
smear a little butter over the top of Taro
UUcult, thlb makes a cheap and excel,
lent Taru Cakes. !)5 3w
G RIDDLE CAKE-T.iko half rye
l flour, half Turo Flour, ono or two
tm,'s, little salt, ouo tcaspoouful of Jtnyal
Uaklng Powder to a cupful of each,
hake or fry on griddle. 35 3w
rpARO MUSH Use 2 tablespoons.
JL fill of the Taro Flour to each per
son and mix thin, prepared like corn
meul lu boiling water, servo warm or
cold with mil k ami sugar Taro Mth
can nnd a day or two If desired. 35 3w
cuted at the Daiy JIuixetin OUlce,
A very large Stock of Snhool
Hats at : : 25c each
Gents' linen Collins (standing. .
A full lind of all woolOvcishirN
and all wool Undershirts from ,
Gouts' fino Pajatna Suits from
170 doz Children's colored Hose.
lOe pr pair
Fiuo Turkish Hath Towels
Linen hand-niade Tides
Black Silk stripe Grenadine ....
20c per yard
Ladies' Jersey Waists from
Misses' and Children's Hose, full
finish and Silk Clocked iu pink
and blue, from size ! to 8, at. . . .
25c per pair
We have made a REDUCTION in all
Remember this is our last week
GREiT INVENTORY SALE
CHAS. J. FISHEL.,
The Leading Millinery Houbc.
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
EJG-l JSc COMPANY.
Suits Knee Pants only $2.00.
Boys' Ali-Wool Suits only S3.50.
Ex. C. RJ ishop"
Jonkfflplng's Swedish Safety Matches,
"Westphalia Hams, &c, &c.
kok ham: by
Photographic Viow Albums.
.Just the thing for collectors of
A complete assortment just received
direct from Now York.
All Sizes & Prices.
Intended purchasers will do well to
examine this line buforii piiiclniblng
elsewhere Sizes from Bj.i by -IU to
10?,' by lUJf. For Bale only hy thu
Hawaiian News Co.
DURING my absence from the Kiuc
dom the lion. W. P. Allen will
act for r.m under a full power of attor.
uey in ad private mutters, and also In
all estaio'i In which I am aslj:iifo or
agent. W. C. l'AKKB.
Honolulu, August 25, lb89. 2U 2m
TEi c nc Fiouenu
Line ll nr
S3 & S5 FGKT STREET.
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hats, Boys' White Shirts,
U& AT VEItY LOW PRICES Jg$
A full line of Ginghams !
A full line of Batiste !
A Large Assortment of Wliite Dress Croofls!
Wo will close out al a
gjF For Gents, Ladies,
150 Men's Fine Pants only 62.30 woilh S 1.00. ' '
175 Men's Fine Pants only $3.00 worth $1.50.
150 Men's Fine Pants only $1.00 worth SG.00.
130 Men's Fine Cassimere Pants from 83.00.
Men's Fine CasMinere 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 820.00.
I Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Etc.
a sPlulid selection of these Goods
UP An Bit f
Boys' Fine Suits only S5.00 and up.
Boys' Fine Suits Long Pants only $5.00 aud up.
Boys'&Fine Black -Tricot Suits, all-wool, only $8.50
For an Francisco !
The New and Fine American
Brittle S.G. Wilder
Cait.uh : ; A. U. I'aui..
Will sail for the above poit on or about ,
t3P"C.ibiu accommodations superior.
For fiuightH or passage apply to
1'. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
3 tf Agent'.
The Clipper Hark
Willi Uoiits, Anchor, Chains, Sail,
etc. Will found lu all '0pecls aud
ready for iiiimedlate despa'ch.
tSTFor further particulars apply to
Wing Wo Chan & Co., Agent.
I ai Nuuanu street, Honolulu, I tf
Mil. J. M. Cainain, Jr., is authorized
to collect for our account, Spe
cial attention given to l'ortuguejo out
,'j, e. imowx & co ,
70 tf Si Merchant btrcot.
Misses it Children. Jg3
ii'.i & 05 Fort Street.
September 1st, and is
which wo will sell at prices that will
EfiAN & CO.
PER BARK "C. R. BISHOP"
An Assorted Cargo of
Iu every line
And For Sale at Lowest Rates by
H. HACKFELD & CO.
lloiiolulii Business College';
71 Hotel, corner Fort Street,
Mrs. L. S. BENNETT, - - Principal.
In all Us htanches.
tSTFor particulars address
Mrs. L. S. Bennett,
74 Hotel St., or Graenhnluh's Book
store, 10U Fort Si.
Mutual, 2Q2-G3KTELEPII0NE fi-Sotl, M