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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack Bland: Merchant nud Fort
Schr Mnuuokawnl from Koolnu
-Stlln Kllauca Hon from Ilnuinkua
Stmr Kanla from Waianao nuil Walalua
Stmr C It Bishop for "Wnlaimc, Walalua
and Koolau at 9 am
Stmr "V G Hall for Lahalna, Maalaea,
Kona and Kau at 10 a in
1'Yotn Francisco per bktno SN Castle,
SeU tillv Allen and Dr V Selimorl.
Vov Jlaul and Hawaii per stmr W G
Hall, Sept 7 Justice JIcLully, Fehlber,
A P Peterson, V U Coniwcll, W A
WldtiiiR, AV U Aehl, Thco Soyerln, Dr
Emerson, .T Frgst, Sam Sliif;, JIlses
llayley ('), J F Aoliloand wife, Jliss li
Moore, Mrs Snnter, XV fcmltb and 85
Some worn-out pars of tbo Coranna
are to be replaced by new ones.
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LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
No session of the House this after-
Tin: Mutual Telephone Co. is
placing a cable lino along Beretania
Skvkntkkn bills signed by His Ma
jesty were reported to the House this
His Excollcncy the Minister of
Foreign Affairs is still unable to
leave his house.
Tun stained glass windows for the
chancel of St. Andrew's Cathedral
have arrived from England.
Miss Zoo Atkinson has been ap
pointed a teacher at the Koyal School
in place of Miis Prescott, icaigned.
The Appropriation Bill should
have conic up for thiid reading this
morning, but it is not j-et engrossed.
This prevailing hot weather is hav
ing a killing effect on dancing, and
one of the dancing clubs has already
spoken of bicaking up.
On account of non-anival of sugar,
the bailing of the S. G. Wilder has
been postponed until Monday next,
Sept. 10th, at 2 p. m.
Tun steamers Kinau, Likclike,
"VVaialealo, Jas. Makce, and Mokolii
will be due here to-morrow, the Mika
hala and Lehua Sunday.
One Major and two Captains filed
.into the office of the Attorney-General
this morning with blood in their
eyes. What's, up, anyhow?
lit this issue is a change of adver
tisement of the Popular Milliner'
House. Jt is of great importance
and should bo read by all.
Col. Sam Norria went to Kau, a
few days ago, to look at Jones' cat
tle ranch with a view of purchasing
it. He returned without deciding.
To-mokuow is the day set for the
clay pigeon shooting contest for the
silver cup offered by Lieutenent
Hamilton of II. B. M. S. Hyacinth.
Wm. Beit-ing, Chief officer of the
bark C. It. Bishop, was found guilty,
in tho Police Court yesteiday after
noon, of smuggling gin, and lined
Tin: public band concert at tho
hotel last night was a great success,
despite the heat. The new arrange
ment of benches was much appre
ciated. The Collcctor-Gencial announced
that since September 1st the storage
on spirit imported for exportation
f'liave been reduced to cent a gallon
If tho names of all those who were
at . tho bath house when it was
raided tho other night wero publish
ed, it would mako ap oxcoedingly in
A boat race between tho Stranger,
Alice M. and Alf. Kogors, (the two
former arc six-oared, and tho latter
four-oared) will take placo to-moriow
afternoon at 5 :I10 o'clock.
Two Vandalia men had a genuino
set-to without gloves, at the boat
landing this' morning. Sonio stun
ning blows wohi given and tho flow
ing of claret was copious.
(Mil. Ohas. Dwight is having a small
brick houso put up on Fort street,
adjoining Mr. L. J. Lovoy's miction
rooms, where ho will establish a
Bui', Dowselt tried to shuffle out of
voting on tho indefinite postpone
ment of the "Act to prevent married
persons deserting," (his morning by
calling out "lieio." It didn't woik,
and ho voted "aye."
The Editor of tho Makaainana
came near being canied off by the
steamer W, CI. Hull this morning,
and was compelled to slide down tho
vessel's bide and smear his shirt with
red -paint, whilo the boys applauded
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THE DAILY BULLETIN has tho
largest ciiculntiou of uny paper
printed.fn this Kingdom. 50 cents per
EVENTS THIS EVEHUi
Services at St. Andrew'
dral at 7 o'oloek. '
Drill of Co. D. Honolulu Uilles nt
1'olynosian Encampment No
O. O. V. ut 7:80 o'clock.
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1 , T. 0.
M., nt 7:00 o'clock.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
nv .i. v. Mona.VK.
Assignee's sale of rope, nails, a
safe, etc., at 10 n. in.
Regular cash sale nt 11 n. in.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The usii.il entertainment by
Blue Ribbon League will bo clvcnSa'
turday evening at the Y. M. 0. A.
Hall, commencing nt 7:30 o'clock.
Following is the programme:
Piano Solo MlsjAllco Levlmie
Heading Miss Tuner
Song (Miss Dcckwlth
Hccltatlon Miss Belle Loulcson
Song Mls M. KUodos
Address Itev. Dr. Beekwlh
H. F. D.
A meeting of the Board of Repre
sentatives of the Honolulu Fire De
partment was held last evening at
the Bell Tower with a fair attend
ance. Chief Engineer Wilson
brought up the matter of providing
a register for recording the names of
firemen, and the deaths, etc., since
its organization. A committee of
flvcwas appointed tb work on the
register. Other business transacted
was of the usual routine character.
THE BATH HOUSE CASE.
The case of Chas. Molteno, pro
prietor of the Kapiolani Bath House,
charge with selling spirituous liquors
without a license, was concluded
late yesterday afternoon, the defen
dant being found guilty. No de
fense was offered and Molteno was
sentenced to four months imprison
ment at hard labor and to pay a
fine of $500 with $6.00 cost3. An
appeal was noted to the October
term of the Supreme Court before a
jury. Molteno is out on a $1,200
A quarterly mcctiuc of the
tecs of the Queen's Hospital,
held this mornimr, Hon. C. R.
hop in the chair. The physicians
report was read and accepted. The
visiting committee made a satisfac
tory report on the condition of the
Hospital, lions. M. P. Robinson,
H. A. Widemaun and S. M. Damon
were appointed visiting committee
for the ensuing quarter. The death
of the Hon. S. G. Wilder was ic
marked upon by the Hon. C. R.
Bishop in feeling terms. Hon W.
C. Parke was elected to fill the vac
ancy on the board of trustees caused
by the death of Mr. Wilder.
ELECTRIC LIGHT RESTORED.
The people of Honolulu do not
need informing that the electric
light is again doing duty. TliC3'
sec for themselves. During the past
two nights the lights have been
ablaze. The breakage which occa
sioned the suspension of light for a
few nights, was remedied by the
foundry. The casing of the turbine
wheel was fractured. This has been
replaced by new casing, cast at the
foundry. Other repairs were effect
ed within the wheel at the same
time. At first there was some talk
of sending the job over to the Coast
to be done, but it was ultmately de
cided to have it done at home, where
work of the kind can be done as
well as in any other country, . and
when freight and other charges' arc
taken into account, probably at no
greater cost, besides effecting a
saving of several weeks in the time.
THE CASTLE CASUALTY.
The barkentine S. N. Castle, Cap
tain Hubbard, entered port last
evening, in tow of the tug Elue and
anchored in the stream. The Castle
went onto the reef at Kualoa at
1:30 o'clock Thursday morning,
during a squall. About a mile or
two from where she became fast she
lightly touched n reef, and seeing a
light, and supposing it 'to bo Molo
kai light, stood off, but, stuck
another reef nhd stuck there. Her
chonomcter was about 30 miles out.
Anchors and 'other gear were run
out and the ycsscI was hauled off
into four fathoms of water. About
20 minutes Jator stuck another reef,
by , her anchor breaking. Ivedge
anchors wero run out and Bliortly
before 12 o'clock the vessel was
hauled clear of the second reef,
and having telephoned to Honolulu
for assibtanec she remained at an
chor until the steamer Cummins
arrived and towed her out to sea.
The entiro shoo of the Castle was
torn off and her keel pretty badly
broken. The sea became 'smooth
bliortly after tho Castle first struck,
mid the bumping of the vessel on
the reef, was comparatively light.
She made water but slowly; not
enough to damage the cargo and
lequiring the working of the pumps
but once an hour. The Castle
docked at Brewer's wharf this
morning and after discharging will
go on the Marino Railway,
THE LATE DR. HILLEBRAND.
It will bo seen by reference to
our Legislative report of Thursday
that a bill for tho remission of Cus
toms duties on a book entitled
"Flora of the Hawaiian Islands, by
tho late Dr. William Hillebrnnd, was
introduced. After some discussion,
in ivliicli.it vraa suggested that some"
thing should ho douu to perpehinto
the memory of tho late iJoctor, llio
bill was defeated.
After the House adjourned a few
of the mcmbeis got together and it
wn9 decided to purchase an tutistio
fountain to bo erected in some suitable
public placo in honor of the memory
of the Into Dr. William Ilillobrand.
Within an hour 820 wore collected
in the House, and this morning the
subscription list shows the total
amount collected 0 120. Hon. A.
Jaeger has tho subscription list and
will be glad to receive any further
amounts. It is proposed to erect
the fountain on Palace Square,
which certainly would be n very
appropriate place. The subscribers
will decide on suitable plans.
A LONG TIME SECRETARY.
In recording tho proceedings of
this morning's meeting of the Board
of Trustees of tho Queen's Hospital,
Mr. F. A. Schaefer completed 20
years' service as secretary of that
institution. In September, 18G8,
Mr. Schaefer recorded the minutes
of the Board for the first time and
has held the position ever since.
He has at all times proved himself a
faithful and valued officer.
TO OUR PATRONS.
As already advertised, Oahu Col
lege and Puliation Preparatory
Scliool will begin their work for the
new year on Monda' next, Sept.
The Trustees have adopted the
following minutes in regard to the
prevailing epidemic :
Resolved, that- no person known
to have whooping cough be allowed
to attend Oahu College or Punabou
Preparatory School during the con
tinuance of the disease ; and
Resolved, that persons attending
the schools frourfamilies where the
whooping cough is prevalent bo re
quired to use extra precautions in
regard to clothing worn to school ;
Resolved that tho teachers of the
schools shall be required to exercise
great care to exclude -all cases in
which there is doubt.
It should be stated that any per
son who has had the cough will
be admitted upon the certificate of
the family physician that all danger
of communicating the disease in that
case has passed.
Allow me to state further that the
College omnibuses will begin their
usual rounds on Monday morning,
and it is dcoircd that all who pur
pose to attend either school, who arc
not excluded for the time by reason
of sickness, be pioniptly in attend
ance on Monday. An examination
will lie held on Monday at Oahu
College for all who desire to enter
that school, and at the Preparatory
for all applying there. Our entire
faculty, as advertised, have arrived,
and the schools, therefore, will be
Very truly yours,
W. C. MuititiTT,
Pres. Oahu Coll.
Honolulu, Sept. 7, 1888.
V. C. FAGERROOS,
Practical IVnlcluuukcr & .Tewelcr,
Has removed to
Late Wm. Turner's Shop, 80 King St.
J3SS!UiBfuction guaranteed or money
Practical Watchmaker & Repairer,
Good work gunrnnteed. At present
locnud ut S. Hoih's tailor shop.
Auk-1 0 m
Received in Australia,"
Two Large Refrigerators, con
taining Grapes, Pears,
12Lc, Etc., Etc.
CALIFORNIA FRUIT MARKET
King Htrcct, llonolnln. t
U King st.
74 King st.
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
iarsos & Furniture
Movul with Care.
Mailing and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CHAIRS TO RENT.
TTYbU FIND ANYTHING,
X advcrllso it iu the Daily Bulletik.
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! A very large Slook.of School 44 TfTPfiftB p3 iflf riifbllinMH Jl
I cfiusv ta Hats at 25c o'ch P fr'ilSri MF S8 KBBflfifl H
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LAST TJEEIK: !
INVENTORY SALE !
1G2 dozen Ladies' colored bordered
Handkerchiefs 50c per doz
8-1' doz Ladies' unbleached Ualbri
gnn Hose, silk clockce and full
finished at 25c
Gents' white linen Shirts, linen bo
soms and cud's $1
220 doz Gents' full finish Balbrigan
Undershirts, cither 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 l'ants only S1.00.
200 Men's Working Pants only 1.25.
200 Men's Workinc Pants only
Men's Black Diagonal Suits only 85.00.
Men's Fancy Suits only 85.00 worth $10.00
Men's Fine Cassimere Suits only SG.00 worth 812.50.
Men's Fine Cassimere Suits only $7.50 worth $15.00.
A large line of Gent's Fine Dress Suits at Cost ! A large lino of Gent's Odd Suits at one-half the regular price I
A large line of Summer Coats at one-half the regular price ! Men's White Linen Coats, SI. 25; Paiits, $1.25 1
YOUTHS CLOTHING !
All Linen Suits Knee Pants only 75
Look at tlie Q-reat; Bargains
Undershirts, Neckties, Collars, Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, Etc., Etc. .
Men's & Boys' Hats at Cost, and a Full Line of Men's & Boys' Shoes !
BSF Kemember this is our Annual Cash Clothing and Furnishing Goods Sale and for Two Week Only. -t9a
A'ottccs under thit head are charged 10 centt
per line for thefirtt insertion, and a centt per tine
eccry additional insertion.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Hear of Lucas' Mill.
IT has been discovered by tho doctor
that Cooked Taro Flour is excellent
food for weak and delicate infants, pre
pared as follows; One tublcspoonfiil of
Cooked Taro Flour mixed with 1 pint
of liolling milk. When cold feed the
child with a nurso bottle. It ill give
a child now llfo in a few weeks. 35 3w
rPARO MUSH-Fecd the ulek and
JL delicate persons on Cooked Taro
Flour Muah, made thin and prepared
like com meal in boiling water, aad
served with milk and sugar. This makes
an elegant mush. !10 iiw
TARO BU ISCU IT-MlxTaioFlour
very thick In boiling water, then
roll in wheat Hour and form into bus.
cult, iibo a little butter at bottom of pan,
smear a little muter over the top of Taro
Biscuit, this makes a cheap and excel.
lent Turn Cakes. 35 a w
G RIDDLE CAKE-Tuko liulf ry
T Hour, half Taro Flour, one or two
ogi;s, littia salt, o)io teaspoonfid'of Hoy id
Bilking Powder to a cupful of each,
bako or fry on griddle. 1)5 3w
TARO MUSH Use 2 tablenpoons.
fill of the TaroJ-'lour to each per.
son and mix thin, prepared like corn
meul iu boiling water, servo warm or
cold with milk and sugar Taro Mush
can stand a day or two if desired. 35 3w
JOB PRINTING ol an kinds exe.
outcd at the Daily Bulletin Ofllcc.
Gents' linen Collars (standing.
. . ; 10c each
A full lind of all wool Ovci-hiits
and all wool Undershirts from. .
Gents' fine Pajama Suits from. . . .
170 doz Children's cnloied Jlon:..
lOo pr j air
Fine Turkish Rath Towels
Linen hand-made Tides
Black Silk stripe Grenadine
20c per yard
Ladies' Jersoy Waists from
Misses' and Children's Hose, full
finish and Silk Clocked iu pink
and blue, from size -l to 8, at. . . .
25c per pair
Wo have mado 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.
3E 3- J. IS Sc O
limited to Two
Fine Cassimere Pants from 83.00.
Suits Knee Pants only S2.00.
Boys' All-Wool Suits only $3.50.
Garden Furniture !
for nam: ItY
White Bros' Cement (full weight).
At lowest market tatc,
G. W. IWACFARLANE & 00.
CU8TOMKH8 having our Isoda Water
or Ltiiiomido Bottles (empty) on
hand will greatly oblige by notifying
ns by telephone or otherwise, and they
will at once )io tent for. Holdes nitulncd
longer than one month will he charged
for. Telephones: Bull, i"'); Mutrnl, I'M).
.f. k. imowjj & t o.
Proprietors. Taniti Lcaioiia4e gr
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHT.NOi
JL adveniso it lu the Daily Bulletin
II H tffi Ej m a
63 & 65 FORT STREET. '"Jj
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hats, Boys' White Shirts,
gjgr AT VEKY LOW PIUCEB S,'
A full line of Ginghams'! "?-
A full line of Batiste !
i Liirp Assortment of
We will close
gff For Gents, Ladies,
O M-JP .A. 3N" Y
150 Men's Fine Pants only $2.50 worth $-1.00.
175 Men's Fine Pants only $3.00 worth $1.50.
150 Men's Fine Pant-, only S 1.00 worth.Sl5.00.
150 Men's Fine Cassimere Pants from $3.00.
Men's Fine Cassimere Suits enly 12.50 worth $20.00.
Men's lllue Flannel Suits only 812.50 worth $20.00.
Men llluc English Serge Suits only $12.50 worth $20.00.
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
a splendid selection of these Goods
Boys' Fine Suits only $5.00 and up.
Boys' Fine Suits Long Pants 011I3' $5.00 and up.
Boys'tFine Black Tricot Suits, all-wool, only 88.50
in Men's -Sc Boys' "Wliite Colored liirts,
Photographic Yicw Alliums.
Just the thing for collectors
A complete assortment just received
direct from Now Votk.
All Sizes & Prices.
Intended purcliasets will do well to
examine this line before purchasing
elsowliero 8 yes from 3'f ly 4i to
I yes from f by 4.
For Bale only by the
10Lf by 13J.
Hawaiian News Co.
Best brands, iu (I, 7, 8 and 0 ft. lengths.
In quuntilies to Kiiit
G. W. MACFARLANE
TI1K Boat saved from tho
wreck ol tho "Dunnot.
tacnstlc," and sold at auction
gr to the King, has been retltteil,
coppered and deck. over by Mr. Itollund,
and Is for sale chum for ciibli by
E. K. RYAN,
31 2w Brtiit Builder.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
J. advertise iu the Daily Bulletin.
AJL. .,. . ' a..-. ,
.. -i...- -- ,- , , tmfg-.. -
n Dress M!
out at a
Misses & Children. mg(f
:$ & 05 Port Street..
September 1st, and is
which wo will sell at prices that will -,
EGAN & CO.
R SALE !
The Clipper Bark
Willi Bonts, Anchor, Chains, Ball,
etc. Well-found In ull respects and
ready for immediate despatch.
C2?For further particulars apply to
Wing Wo Chan & Co., Agent.
ill Nuuanu street, Honolulu. .tf
71 Hold, corner Fort Street,
Mrs. L. S: BENNETT, - Principal.
Iu all Its branches.
CSiTFor particulars address
Mrs. L. S. Bennett,
74 Hotel St., or Uiaeuhulgh'a Book.
Store, 100 Fort St.
Mutual, 282vaTELEPilONEKgrBcll, S0
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