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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Ilnck sltuul : ArcrcliunL and Fort
street. Telephones, i33o.
a: 1 1.13
SAIUItDAY, SEPT. 8, 1888.
Sclir Cntcrlna fioin Hnimlcl
Stun Wniiilcalo from Knual
Stinr Klnmi from Hawaii and Maul
Stinr Llkcllke from Maul
St in r iTns Mnkcu from Knpna
fc'chr Halcakala from l'cpcokco
Sclir Caterlna from Hawaii
Stinr Pole for AViilmca nt 3 p m
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Bktnc S Q Wilder for San Francisco at
iJ o'clock m
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
Stmr Likclikc for Kahnlul and Maul at
G p m
From Kaliuliii and way ports per stmr
Likclikc, Sept 8 AT Atkinson, G Ir
vine, Lau Tong, Dros Michlcl, Joseph,
William, G II French, E M Walsh, Mrs
Sliairatt, Amy Shniatt. Frank Sharratt,
Ho)) Yncn, I'M Mooic, F Armstrong,
"W Ainistioii", A Von Tcinnsky, Miss
Mny Alexander, Archie Smithies, O
Wilder and 45 deck.
Fioin Kiiual per stinr Wnhtlcnlc, Sept
8 0 N Spencer and :t deck.
From Ililo and way ports-per stmr
Kliiau, Sept 8 Mn S h Austin, Miss M
Babcock F S Lyman jr, K Lyman, Miss
A Lidgatc, Miss li iliirnard, Mrs I'll
W IJoss and 2 chlldicn, Hev U At Hyde
and sou, S IC Kanuino, A B Lyons, Man
Chip, J K S Kynncialey and wife, llobt
Boyd and wife, J It Kenton, llev M !Nro
all, Mi8 Annie Holmes, Miss Hatiie
Holstcin, Mi-s Martha Holmes, 33 Bu
tler and wife, S M Kanukai and wife,
Mrs W II WHght and 2 children. II A
Heen, Jl rs Kcoliokalolc, Hon J Iltchnrd
son and daughter, F Bceley, E Fan,
Bro Bertram untl !)2 deck.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kinau 7o0 bgs sugar, 40 bgs
spuds, So sheep, 10 bates wool and
110 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Wniiiieale 200 bgs paddy.
Stmr Jas Makcc flO.'i bgs sngar, and GG
"bndls giecn hides.
Stmr Likclikc 744 bgs sugar, a0 bgs
potatoes, :!8 bgs corn and 3 hordes.
Stmr Mokolil 115 sheep and 1 horse.
Sclir Haleakala Fhewood.
" The bark California will sail from Ku
hului on Tuesday.
the schooner Anna arrived at Kahn
lul Tuesday, and will 'ail for San Fran
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A aoLD stud has been lost.
The Kinau will sail on Tuesday.
Aiiundanci: of rain fell all over the
island of Mnui this week.
A NU.Miir.it of dogs were shot in tho
Station House yaul this forenoon.
TiiEnn will bo union service at
Kaumnkapili Church, Sunday even
ing. Mahukona people say that yester
day was tho hottest day they have
had for it dog's age.
Mai.iktoa, the deposed king of
Samoa, who was taken away by tho
Germans, is dead.
Tun Myrtle boat race starts at
1:30 o'clock this afternoon, and not
at 5 :30 as stated yesterday.
Mu. Fcnnell bhot an 18-foot shark
at Mahukona Thursday. Thirty-five
gallons of oil were got out of tho
Mit. Chas. L. Carter, son ol His
Ex. II- A. P. Carter, llawniian Min
ister at Washington, was admitted
to the bar this morning.
At n meeting of tho directors of
tho Mutual Tolophono Co., Mr. C. O.
Borger was elected Secretary and
Treasurer, and Hon. W. F. Allen Au
ditor, for tho ensuing year.
Tun bark Kalakaua had not nrriv
ed at Kawaihao last evening and was
not in sight. Sho lias probably been
detained by calms, which have been
prevailing at sea 'for tho past few
Thkki: bills i elating to tho issuing
of commercial paper, segregation of
lepers and the number of Justices in
tho Supremo Court, liavo become
laws, owing to tho lapse of time.
Until further notieo tho morning
service of the second congregation of
St. Andrew's Cathedral will com
mence nt 11 o'clock, in older to nc
eoinodnto tho oliiceis and crow of II.
B. M. S. Hyacinth.
Mueslis. F. A. Schnofor tfc Co. hnvo
lcccived new impoitations ox harks
Corannu and C. li. Bishop, including
Cliquot chnnipnguo, genuine Bava
rian beer and tho celebrated non-alcoholic
St. Kaplmol wine.
Two monibcrs of tho Legislature
lions. Kamauoha and Kauhi are
charged with Inibory. In aceoidaneo
with a resolution adopted this morn
ing, and which appears in our le
port, a committee of Jivo will investi
gate tho chaiges,
Tun electric lights began to flicker
early lust night and kept on flicker
ing until they went out, t a littlo
before U o'clock, Somo people blam
ed tho Huu.iitin, hut the real citugo
of the sudden change from modem
onlighteuineut to tho "Duik Ages,"
was tho buibting of u water pipe near
(he HftH-way House.
; mmwviTEiaajwuaasHahwmww f , vr iji r
Tnn nssignto's salo at tho t-foio of
1). McKoiusio it Co. by J. F. Morgan
has been postponed to 10 o'clock
Tun Vntulalia is completely coaled,
Ihmoughly provisioned, has her sails
bent, and is icady to sail ntun hour's
notice. Now is the tiino for a corner
in onions I
. ' '
A mm, authorizing thu Minister of
Interior to remit the postage of tho
l'aiadise of the Pacific to foreign
countiies, passed to cngiossniont this
.. i . . .-i .
Eaiua this morning it commenced
to rain heavily and hos continued to
do so nt intervals throughout tho
day. Tho atmosphere is vciy' littlo
cooler if any.
Jin. Jas. F. Jlorgan announces nn
impoitant credit salo of dry and
tailor goods by older of Mr. L. B.
Kerr. The goods will bo on exhibi
tion on Jfonday and Tuesday.
Tin; barkentino S. G. Wilder, which
sails for San Francisco on Monday,
will cat ry a mail which closes at' 1
p. in. All letteis marked will bo for
wauled. She has 10 days in which
to leach the Coast befoie the next
i... I., . m m I.
A cii;ntli:man from Kaalunlu, Ha
waii, says that tho Jlynah birds aio
killing or have nearly killed every
cocoanut tree nt that place, by di
vesting tho tice of every spiout as
fast as it appears. This gentleman
further says flint nt 800 feet above
the level of the sea tho Jlynah birds
become senrco, and at the altitude
of 1,800 feet not one is found.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Baiul.Conceit at Emma Square,
at 4:30 o'clock, weather permitting.
Blue Ribbon League entertain
ment at 7:3.0.
Music at skating rink.
EVENTS ON MONDAY.
Annual meeting of HiFo Sugar Co.
at the oflice of W. G. Irwin & Co.,
at 10 a. m.
Annual meeting of Hutchinson
Plantation Co. at tho office of W.
G. Irwin & Co., at 11 a. m.
THE BAND CONCERT.
The Band plays this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at 4:30
o'clock. Following is the pio
3f arch Iiupci 11 City Schlatucr
Ovcrtuie Italian in Algier ItosMtii
Galop Street C.us. . . .' Ai ndt
Selection Lucia Donictti
Dance Aborigins Thieis
Walt5 Vienna Bou Bons Stiauss
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The usual entertainment by the
Blue Ribbon League will be given Sa
turday evening at the Y. M. O. A.
Hall, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Following is the programme:
Piano Solo MissAllcc Levimie
Heading Jliss Turner
Song Jlis-s Bcckn ith
Becitation Jliss Belle LouUmiii
Song MUs Jl. Kliodes
Addiess Bev. Dr. Beekwljh
Mr. Chas. N. Spencer, Inspector
General of Immigrants, returned
from a tour of inspection on the
Waimca side of the island of Kauai,
this morning on the steamer Wai
aleale. The health of the people
on tho plantations is very good.
There had been a few cases of lleri
beri among tho Japanese on Kekaha
plantation, but a change of diet
soon restored them to health. Mi
Spencer states that in traveling from
Kekaha to Mafia, he experienced
the hottest kind of weather. The
steamer passed quite close to Kala-,
lau where are a number of lepers.
As soon as they saw .the steamer
they scudded as fast as their legs
would carry them. By the aid of a
powerful glass it was noticed that
three of them carried guns. Eighty
seven persons in all were counted,
probably not all lepers. Mr. Spen
cer will return to Kauai to finish the
inspection of that island and then
proceed to Maui.
Following is the house physician's
quarterly report :
Honolulu, Aug. 31, 1888.
To the Trustees of the Queen's IIos-
pit 1 1.
Gentlemen: I have the honor to
submit the following report for the
quarter ending Aug. 81st, 1888:
The numffer of patients nt present
in the hospital is 35 ; viz., 22 Ila
waiians (I) males and 13 females),
2 Chinese, 1 Japanese, and 10 of
other nationalities j 11 paying.
The number of admissions during
the quarter was .03 j viz., 28 Ha
waiians (19 males and 9 females),
r CliineSe, 0 Jnpaneso, and 21 of
Discharged 52 j viz., 29 Hawai
inns (25 males and -1 females), 3
Chinese, 4 Japanese and 10 of other
Deaths 10 ; viz., 2 Hawaiian males,
3 Chinese, 2 Japanese, and 9 of
The causes of death were as fol
lows: Accident 2, beriberi 2, can
cer 1, cancer of stomach 2, con
sumption 3, disease of liver 1, hem
orrhage 1, nephritis 1, pneumonia
1, tumor of brain 1, typhoid fever 1.
The highest number of indoor pa
tients was 43, lowest 32, daily ave
rago 39. Calls at tho dispensary
180. Number of prescriptions 101G.
Tho number of patients treated in
the hospital was as follows : Juna
08, July 69, August 08.
A MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE.
The steamer Kinau brings news
of a supposed ease of murder. On
Sept. 3rd, Mr. D. Kapahee, school
teacher, called on Captain Kldart,
Sheriff and Agent of Board of
Health for Puna, presumably to
draw his pay, and lias not been seen
since. A diligent scaioh vt as im
mediately instituted as booh as Ka
pahee was niUscd, and the only I
imaginable naca ot mm ws a trail
of blood which led to no futthor
development. Kapahcc is supposed
to have been murdered and China
men are suspected of the crime.
A WILLING PRISONER.
A Portuguese boy about C years
of age, was bitten by a dog while
stealing fruit nt Kalihi, yesterday.
Tho father of the boy came to town
with the youngster, this morning,
to swear out a warrant for the ar
rest of the owner of the dog. The
owner getting wind of the move
ment came in and gave himself up,
without being arrested. The whole
story, both sides, having been told
in the Police Couit, this noon, and
Lthc bites having been examined,
tuo case was dismissed to the great
disappointment of the father, who
said his boy would become sick
within 40 days.
J. Emmeluth vs. Perry for 80,75 ;
Benito Guerrero vs. Geo. Maik-.
ham; judgment for plaintiff for
$12.25. Appeal noted.
Seven cases of drunkenness, SG
Jas. Prousc, assault and battery
on Rev. E. G. Bcckwith, 825.
One Chinese assault and battery
case was continued.
YOU'LL take the enko when you
buy some of those extra line
Cieam Pies and Cakes they have mado
to day at the "Klite." 41 It
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
THE following gentlemen have been
duly elected to tcivc as otScers of
the Mut ml Telephone Co. for the en
suing year, viz:
II. A. Wulematiii President,
H. Wntmhou-c. .. VUe President,
C. O. Hirger ."Titasurcr,
i3. O. i3crner Secretary,
W. h Allen Auditor.
C. O. BEBGEK,
Honolulu, S.-pt. 7, !S3-i .11 3w
talk Bavarian Beer.!
Ju t United Ex "'(J. It. P.islfop"
from Mi emeu.
The Celebrated Spaten Brew I
t Of Munich, B.ivaria.
IN P3NTS & QUARTS.
At F. A, SCHAEFER & CO.'S,
A small lot of
IN QUARJS & PINTS.
Just to hand per "Hark Coranna."
K8T FOR HA.L1S -Jl
At F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.'S.
St RAPHAEL f IE!
Of Valenc.e, France.
An excellent tonic and highly.rccom.
mended by physicians as such In enscs
of intermittent fever and in the varied
forms of debility as well as scrofulous
ami cancerous au't'clions, often caused
by blood polsoniiiL', and particularly In
passive lieniorrhaJ;o anil in obstinto
IN CASES OF 1 DOZEN BOTTLES EACH
t&- Xi'OK. HALE -a
At F. A, SCHAEFER & CO.'S.
Hen (Jrovwi Urand.
6, 7, 8, and 9 Toot Lengths
Jutt landed Ex. hhlp "Cockerniouth"
For Sale in Quantities to Suit,
Also, COO Mils. White Uros.1
At the Lowest Market Rates,
WILDER & CO.
rpHE DAILY BULLETIN 1ms tho
X luigesi eiicuhi'U'A of .any paper
printed in this Kingdom. CO etuis per
INVENTORY SALE !
152 dozen Ladies' colored bordered
Handkerchiefs COe per doz
81 do. Ladies' unbleached Balbri
gan Hose, silk clockce and full
finished at 25c
Gents' white linen Shirts, linen bo
boins 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 bilk clocked
Hose $2.25 per doz
Our Grand Annual Gash Clothing & Furnishing Sale Commences
limited to Two Weeks Only.
200 Men's Working Pant3 only $1.00.
200 Men's Working Pants only $1.25.
200 Men's Working Pants only S1.50.
200 Men's Fine Cassimerc Pants from $3.00.
Men's Black Diagonal Suits only $5.00.
Men's Fancy Suits only $5.00 worth .$10.00
Men's Fine Cassimerc Suits only SG.00 worth $12.50.
Men's Fine Cassimere Suits only $7.50 worth $15.00.
A largo lino ol' Gent's Fine Dress Suits at Cost ! A largo 1
A large line of Summer Coats at one-half tho regular
"VrTTnPTJQ m rvrTTTlVTr ? nerwo have a
1V7U1 HO VJUV
All Linen Suits Knee Pants only 75
Look at tlie Great .Bargains in 3$3Ceii.'ts Sc Boys' "Wliite Colored Sliivts,
Undershirts, Neckties, Collars, Cuffs, handkerchiefs, Etc., Etc.
Men's & Boys' Hats at Cost, and a Full Line of Men's & Boys' Shoes !
B3g Remember this is our Annual Cash" Clothing and Furnishing Goods Sale and for Two Week Only, -a
Xotlcts under till head are charged 10 cents
ler lineor thejtrtt insertion, and 6 centi per lint
tiery additional Insertion.
RYAN'B BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Kear ol Lucas' Mill.
IT has heen discovered hy the doctor
tlmt Cooked Taio Flour isoxcellent
lood for weak and delicate- infunts, pre
pared ns follows: One tablespoonlul of
Cooked Tnro Flour mixed will 1 pint
of liolllng milk. When cold feed tho
child -with a ir.irfie bottle. It will give
a child now life in a. few weeks. 35 3w
rPARO MUSH Feed the eiok and
X delicate persons on Cooked Taio
Flour Mush, made thin and prepared
like corn meal hi liolllng water, and
served with milk and hiignr. Thh makes
an ck'gnnt mush. i)5 3tv
TARO BU 1SCU IT-MlxTaro Flour
very thick In boiling wuter, then
roll in wheat Hour and lorm Into bus.
cuit, use n little butter at bottom of nan,
Fiueiir n little butter over the top ol Tarn
Iliscult, thismakcb cheap and excel.
Ifcnt Tnro Cukes. 05 Sv
GRIDDLE CAKE-Tako half rye
Hour, hair Tnro Flour, one or two
egs, littlo bait, one teaspoon fill of Itoyal
Iiaklug Powder to it cupful of each,
bako or fry on griddle. 35 3w
TARO MUSH Uie 2 tableipoons.
X fill of the Tnro Flour to each per.
son and mix thin, prepared like corn
nicul in boiling water, nerve warm or
cold with milk anil 6iigar Tnro Mush
can ktitml a day or two If desired. 115 3w
TOB PRINTING ot allklndi exc.
V cutcd ut the Dailt Bulletin Office.
A vory largo Stock;of School
Hats at : : 25c oach
Gents' linen Collars (standing
. 10c each
A full lind of all wool Ovcrslilrts
and nil wool Undershiits fioni
Gents' fine Pajaina Suits from. . .
170 doz Cliilriien'd coloieil liou .
10c pr fir
Pine Tuikifch Hath Towels
a for 60c
Linen hand-inado Tides
Black Silk stripe Grenadine
. . 20c per ynrd
Ladies' Jersey Waists from
Misses' and Children's Hose, full
finish and Silk Clocked in pink
and blue, from size -1 to 8, at. . . .
25c per pnir
Wo have mado a REDUCTION in all
Remember this is our last week
GREAT MENTW SALE
CHAS. J. FiSHEL,
The Leading Millinery House.
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
EGAK Ac OOMJP-IrY
X JLAAJLT VJT i
Suits Knee Pants only $2.00.
Boys' Ail-Wool Suits only $3.50.
Garden Furniture !
FOK ham: 1IY
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Whlto Bros' Cement (full weight).
At IowceI murket rate.
G. VV. MACFARLANE & CO.
CUSTOM CUS liuving our tioda W.ttcr
or Lcnioniulo DoUlcs (t'iui)ty) on
hand will greatly oblige by notilying
us by telephone or oihenvifco, and tluy
win uiiui;u uufuni iar. liotucsrciaiiKd
longer than one month will bo charged
for. Telephone": Boll, m; Muttml. !U0.
J. K. lltlOWX & CO.,
Proprietors, Tai.itl Lenion.ulo AVorus,
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING
X adrcrtise It in the Daily Buujm.N
LL 'iFf'glHfl P3
S3 & G5F ORT STREET.
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hats, Boys' White Shirts,
X2r AT VEKY LOW PRICES j&&,
A full line of Ginghams !
A full line of Batiste !
A Larse Assortment of WMte Dress Goofls!
We will close out at a
gj8f Por Gents, Ladies,
150 Men's Fine Pants only $2.50 worth S-1.00.
175 Men's Fine Pants only S3.00 worth $1.50.
150 Men's Fine Pants only $1.00 worth $0.00.
150 Men's Fine Cassimerc Pants from $3.00.
Men's Fine Cassimerc Suits only 512.50 worth $20.00.
Men's Uliie Flannel Suits only 12.50 worth $20.00.
Men' Blue English Serge Suits only $12.50 worth $20.00.
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Etc.
ine of Gent's Odd Suits at one-half tho regular price !
price ! Men's White Linen Crats, $1.25; Pants, $1.25!
splendid selection of these Goods
Boys' Fine Suits only S5.00 and up.
Boys' Fine Suits Long Pants only $5.00 and up.
BoysFine Black Tricot Splits, all-wool, only $8.50
Photographic View Albums,
Just tho thing lor collectors of
A conipleto assortment just received
direct from Now Voik.
AH Sizes & Prices. J
Intended purchasers will do well to
examine this lino beforn purchasing
elsewhere Sizes from 3U by 4( to
10; by 13JJ. For Salo only by tho
Hawaiian Nevs Co.
IJcst brands, in (i, 7, 8 mid 0 ft. lengths.
In quantities to suit at Inv.-ent market
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
05 tf -
rpiIR JJont saved from the
OV wreuB m tnu uiiiiikh-
tacistle," mid holil at miction
'jf tothoKing, has been rctlttvd,
coppeied and deck. over by Mr. Kolluud,
aim is tor sale euciip lor ciuii ov
J3. li. 11YAN,
31 2w limit liuilder,
"F YOU WANT A SERVANT,
uureniBU iu mu uxiux uvi.ui.iiti.
Misses & Children.
o:$ & G5 Fort Street.
September 1st, and is
which wo will sell at prices that will
EGAN & CO.
FOR JjALE !
Tho Clipper Dark
With Iloats, Anchor, Chains, Ball,
etc. Well. found In Till respects and
ready for Immediate despatch.
ESTFor further particulars apply to
Wing Wo Chan & Co., Agent.
111! Nuuiinu sheet, Honolulu. tf
mm n rtfffl
71 Hotel, corner Fort Street,
Mrs. L. S, BENNETT, - - Prlnripal.
In all its blanches.
C38TFor particulars address
Mrs. L. S. Bennett,
74 Hotel St., or Uraruhulgh's Book
store, 100 Fort St.
Mutual, 202-aTELEPH0NE-Eelf, StJ
i. A-imkAm inifri