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THE BRIBEKY CHARGES.
The spcuiul committee appointed
to investigate the mrges or lnibcry
against Hops. Kav' i andKntutiunha,
were already to .lake Hub '-port
.it 1 o'clock this utlurnonn li was
found necessary lo postpc o 'I-e re
port as other evidence li . loincin,
ami the committee feel bi- ml lo in
clude it in their report. I V com
mittee will therefore ha- : to hold
another session, and it probable
the report will come up to-morrow.
Messrs. G. West & Co., have on
exhibition at their store, Fort St.,
somo very handsome jewelry of rsor
wegian manufacture, the first ever
imported into this country. It is
made of filigree gold and silver and
comprises a necklace, bracelets,
pins and a brooch. The latter re
minds one of a delicate piece ol
lace work. The price of this jewel
ry is exceedingly reasonable and
there is no doubt it will meet with a
The clay pigeon Bhooting match
at Irishman's pasture on Saturday
afternoon, for a silver cup presented
by Lieut. Douglas Hamilton of II.
B. M. S. Hyacinth, was participated
in by fourteen competitors. The
cup was won by Mr. J. M. Dowsctt
with a score of 17 out of 20. Lieuts.
Hamilton and Ashe each made 17,
but the contest was left between the
local plnycrs. Following is the full
J. M. Uowwtl-
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J. II. Fisaer
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13. J. Spalding
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C. Hustaee, jr.
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ADMITTED TO THE BAR.
On Saturday last Chas. L. Carter
appeared before their Honors the
Justices of the Supreme Court and
filed his application for a licence lo
practice as an attorney in the Courts
of this kingdom.
The application stal? . that peti
tioner had pursued the study of law
at the Law School of the University
of Michigan for the period of two
years, being the full regular course
at said Law School, and that peti
tioner had received and now holds
the Degree of Bachelor of Laws
from said University ; that upon ex
amination said petitioner was admit
ted to the practice of law in the Su
preme Courts of the States of Ohio
and Michigan, and now holds certi
ficates of such admission. After a
brief examination of the certificates
and diploma as such Bachelor of
Laws, and the administration of
oath and payment of the usual fees,
the Court granted the licence pray
The petitioner is a Hawaiian bom
subject, being a eon of His Excel
lency H. A. P. Carter, Hawaiian
Minister Resident at Washington.
The applicant had been absent for
about fire years from the kingdom.
TO OUR PATRONS.
As already advertised, Oahu Col
lege and Punahou Preparatory
School will begin their work for the
new year on Monday next, Sept.
The Trustees have adopted the
following minutes in regard to the
Resolved, that no person known
to have whooping cough be allowed
to attend Oahu College or Punahou
Preparatory School during the con
tinuance of the disease ; and
Resolvod, that persons attending
the schools from families where the
whooping cough is prevalent be re
quired to use extra precautions in
regard to clothing worn to school ;
Resolved that the teachers of the
schools shall be required to exercise
great care to exclude all cases in
which there is doubt.
Ifshould be stated that any per
eon who has had tho cough will
be admitted upon the certificate of
tho family physician that all danger
of communicating the disease in that
case has passed.
Allow ino to state further that the
College omnibuses will begin their
usual rounds on Monday morning,
and it is desired that nil who pur
pose to attend cither school, who are
not excluded for the time by reason
of sickness, bo promptly in attend
anco on Monday. An examination
trill be held on Monday at Oahu
Collego for all who desire to enter
that school, and at tho Preparatory
for all applying there. Our entire
acuity, as advertised, have arrived,
nnd tho schools, therefore, will bo
Very truly yours,
W. C. Mi:i:uitt,
Pros. Oahu Coll.
JIpn.oMu. Sept. 7, 1888.
THE LATE OR. iULLEBRAHD.
It will be - -. i by reference lo
our Legislate .- n-port of Tliursday I
thatnblll for iln- lomission of Cui- j
toms iliiin , . ;i book entitled
"Flora n the Hawaiian Islands, lv
Iho late Dr. V i I'-mi Ilillebrand, w
introduced m wine dit-cussiou,
in which It . . uustcd that some
thing Mioui'i uone to perpetuate
the iTienjM ' ''elate Doctor, the
bill .Uo iut.1. it.
After the Iloiie adjourned a few
of the members got together and it
was decided to purchase an artistic
fountain tob" u eleil in some suitable
public phu-t in honor of the memory
of the hiti l-i William Hillebrand.
Within an hour Sil20 were collected
in the lloiibe, and this morning the
subscription list shows the total
amount collected 5420. Hon. A.
Jaeger has the subscription list and
will be glad to receive any further
amounts. It is proposed to erect
the fountain on Palace Square,
which certainly would bo a very
appropriate place. The subscribers
will decide on suitable plans.
Washington, August 20. The
Postmaster-General notified Felton
to-day that he would inform the
New Zealand Government by tele
graph at once that the United States
would pay the American steamship,
line between San Fraucisco and that
country S50,000 a year for carrying
the mail. The amount paid to the
steamship company by the Govern
ment of New South Wales was $10,
000 a year. That Government re
fuses to continue the payment of
this sum. The amount the United
States has paid the line annually
has been about 820,000. The full
amount of sea and inland postage
which the Postmaster-General has
discretion to - pay to the line last
year amounted to about $47,000.
He estimates the increase of mail
matter will increase the amount this
year to $50,000. He offers the full
amount of the sea and inland post
age to the steamship line in order to
maintain it. The Parliament of New
Zealand is now in session, and it is
expected that within the next three
days it will determine whether it
will continue the subsidy which it
paid to this steamship line for carry
ing the mails.
Following is the house physician's
Honolulu, Aug. 31, 1888.
To the TvuUees of the Queen's Hos
pital. Gentlemen ; 1 have tne Honor to
submit the following report for the
quarter ending Aug. 31st, 1888;
The number of patients at present
in the hospital is 35 ; viz., 22 Ha
waiians (U males and 13 females),
2 Chinese) 1 Japanese, and 10 of
other nationalities ; 1 paying.
The number of admissions during
the quarter was G3 ; viz., 28 Ha
waiian;, ( if m-ilcs and 9 females),
5 Chinese, (i Japanese, and 24 of
Discharged 52 ; viz., 29 ITawai
ians (25 males and 4 females), 3
Chinese, 4 Japanese and 10 of other
Deaths Hi ; viz. ,2 Hawaiian males,
3 Chinese, 2 Japanese, and 9 of
The causes of death were as fol
lows: Accidents, 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, dailj- ave
rage 39. Calls at the dispensary
180. Number of prescriptions 161G,
The number of patients treated in
tho hospital was as follows: Juno
G8, July 59, August 58.
The total number of deaths reported
for tho mouth of Augnst, 1888, was 13,
distributed as follows !
Under 1 year.... 0
From 1 to fi 2
From 0 to 10.... 1
From 10 to 20... 1
From 20 to 30... 11
From 30 to -10...
From 40 to 130. . .
From 50 to CO...
From (JO to 70...
Males,. . , . ,20 Females, 17
Ilawullim 25 Grout Britain..
Chincso U Americans
Portuguese 4 Other nations..
OAUSli 01' DEATH.
hrights Disease. 0
Consumption.. . 7
Fever Brain.... 0
Hemorrhage .... .1
Hooping Cough . 0
Inflammation ... 1
Lep. I-Ixliaiistlon 0
Dls. of Heart.... 2
DIs. of Spine.... 0
DIeciifu of Drain 0
Disrate of Liver 0
COMI'AIIATIVU MONTHLY MOItTAWTY,
Alif. 1881 10 I All,'. 1St7...,....:r.
Any. 1R85 40 AllL'.1888 43
Aug. iHtfll fi8
Annual death rate per 1000 for month
.1. II. IJirowN,
Audit Board of Health.
BEET SUGAR AND BOUNTIES.
The following is an extract from
a speech delivered in tho American
House oi Representatives by Y, D.
Kclley, April 17, 1888:
About tho time of the birth of
Napoleon Bonaparte French aeatlc-
iT BUtiliMtM' WffiKKLY
idii? who were distinguished as
Ms hu I demonstrated the fact
u.. i -iijjar could bo produced from
li !; but while they put this fact
I. .H.d tho region of doubt they
. e ui:ii lo to produce beet sugar
, ii. n'liy and at a cost that would
t i. i niiukctalilo. The discovery
i i-utt uoilhy fact that was not
I 'I t i'i by the academy ol the
i i i In mists ol I riuicp, and
w. . u allied poiwi-. snught o
destroy the commerce ol France by
blocades, orders in council, and
other devices the' succeeded in
putting the price of sugar in Paris
up to more than 5 francs per pound.
Though sugar was a in civ . to
France she could not pin ch.isi a at
that price. Bonaparte was a dis
ciple of Colbert, the founder of the
textile and ceramic industries of
modern France, and he met the
nllies, as the great economist would
have done, by proclajnilng ljts de
termination to establish tho inde
pendence of France in the matter of
sugar and molasses by applying the
resources of the empire to their pro
duction from other sources than
Bringing to his counsels the most
eminent chemists and mechanicians
of France, lie evolved two systems
of bounties by which he hoped to es
tablish new and profitable industries
throughout Franco and secure a
cheap supply of home-grown sugar
for her people. He offered bounties,
beginning with 100,000 francs, to
him who should produce the great
est weight of sugar beets fiom a
given number of acres, and descend
ing by gradual scales to small sums
to the farmer who should raise the
most from a single acre, and 100,000
francs to the chemist who should ex
tract the greatest amount of sugar
yielding juicp from a given weight
of beets. These stimulants with thp
inordinate prices demandpd, for
cane sugar exalted the question of
the production of beet-root sugar
into a national enthusiasm j and lit
tle more than two years were re
quired to add it to the commercial
commodities of France. Napoleon's
genius guided the organization of
the industry and gave it instapt
popularity among the French people
by rejecting the system which pre
vailed in tlm slave regions from
which cane sugar had been pro
cured. In place of immense planta
tions and costly factories in which
cane sugar was produced, he pro
posed small central factories in
agricultural districts in which every
farmer, by devoting a portion of his
land to beets, might share the boun
ties the government was bestowing,
and hasten the production of such
supplies of sugar as would meet the
demands of France and her people.
THE BEST PAPER to subscribe
A for is the "Daily lSullelin." 00
cents per month.
Tuesday, Sept. -J.
Sixci: the departuiu of Admiinl
Kimbcrlcy, tho nine o'ch i-k ,"n ban
SlSTnic Landctino of the Catholic
Mission who dit-d on Monday w.ie 78
years of age.
Last evening the Portngucbo band
serenaded Mr. P. A. Dias, it being
the thirty-third anniversary of his
Captain Larson and posse went on
a raiding expedition last night, nnd
captured several celestial s and two
tins of opium.
Somi: people of the town havo
adopted tho word "dislocate" instead
of "disconnect" when through using
Tin: Chincso appear to be more
fatisfiod with tho latest effort of tho
special committco on the Constitu
ANUwteimof tho ICnmchatncha
schools opened this morning when 71
pupils wero in attendance. The
bchool will accommodate 80.
Kamkhameha School will shortly
be able to boast of a volunteer fire
company, winch lion. II. H. Town
send will organizo and bo chief of.
A novich female horseback rider
on a horso that would persistently
trot, this morning, would have made
a splendid model for a staturo repre
One of the Chinamen who escaped
from the bark Frintzohbcrg, a couplo
of weeks ago. was caught this morn
ing, and has made a clean confession
of how ho got away.
While tho steamor Viva was at
sea this morning, on her way to Mo
lokai, tho Captain and engineer had
a few words, resulting in tho steam
or's roturn to Honolulu.
A native was seen lamenting the
loss of his white poodle this morning.
He said Hint ho was fattening the
pup preparatory to a feast, when tho
dog-catcJior collared tho ranino and
now ho's a goner.
In tho Polico Court thfs morning,
Ivahelo was committed for trial lo tho
October term of tho Supremo Court,
on a chargo of oxtnrtion in tho se
cond degieo. Ho extorted $70 from
Tin: special attention of our read
ers is "called to tho Westormoyor's
pianos, for which Messrs. Hoflsehlac
gcr & Co, are agonts. Thoy aro first
claes instruments iij every respect,
and sold at a very toasonablo price.
Wednesday, Sopt. 5.
It is reported that a Chincso man-of-war
will visit theso shores shortly.
Col, Z, B. Spalding has oflorcd to
lopretont the Clovernniont at Iho
Pin is Exposition noxt year.
Mit. William Tell has resigned tho
position of Agent of lioard of Health.
Hib BUccesEor has not yot been ap
pointed. In tho Houfo Hue morning a mo
tion to insert $0,000 in tho Appiopii'
nlion Bill for advertising Hawaii
abroad by means of the Paradise ol
Pacific, vn indi-ilintcly nosl-
Tun Union Fi-i-.l (' . have received
tho contract to su i ly tin- Oovern
incut with feed at the following rates:
Hay, $2(1 per ton ; o.iit , -I-IIO per ton :
wh-ih Imilov, $21.r0 per ton; rolled
bath s,!?2r,.25 per ton; bran, $23.50
1 1 -ii'.hday was Mr. B. F. Dillinc-
li.-m'p birthday anniversary and it
w.is duly eelebratrd by the passage
of the Oahu Steam Railway bill. Mr.
Dillingham said that by his next
anniversary tho railroad will be in
Matthew Makalua, a young Ha
waiian who lias been studying medi
cine for tho past four years in Fng
l.i nd at the Government expense,
was recently nmriied to the daughter
of an English doctor. Makalua is"
now walking the hospitals.
Telephonic messages from vari
ous points of this island, shortly after
9 o'clock this morning, wero im fol
low: WaJmanalo A brisk down
pour of rain early this morning, but
not raining now. Hceia Raining
copiously, Wninluii Lightly shower
ing. Waianao and Ewa Dry but
Tliursday, Sopl. 0.
The Jewish New Year commenced
at sun down last evening, it being
the 5040th year;
A Chinese woman, charged with
receiving stolen goods, (u case of
condensed milk and a case of colFee,)
from two natives, was arrested this
Col. Sam Iforrls has invcutcd a
corrugated steel sole, which can be
hooked on to any common shoo, for
the benefit of travellers on the island
The proposed amendment to the
Constitution, relating to the Chineso,
was indefinitely postponed in the
Legislature yesterday afternoon, by
a vote of 25 to 17.
The crayon bust pictures, one of
tie late Mrs. Q. It., Bishpp and the
other of Col. y. "y. Asjiford, taken
from photographs, b'y Mis. A. A,
CpUre), are op view at Hewett'e.
Two natives were arrested this
morning charged with larceny of a
case of condensed milk and a case of
Java eofTee, from the store of T. II
Daviei, & Co.
The monthly meeting pf Engine
Co. ISTo. 1, was held last evening. A
committee of three was appointed
upon the matter of new uniform.
Other business was of a routine
On Friday evening the annual
meeting of the Honolulu Arion So
ciety will be held at the usual hour
and place. As the election of ofli
ceis for tho ensuing year will take
place a full attendance is requested.
At ii meeting of Protection Hook
and Ladder Company held last even
ing, tne following olhcers were elect
ed for the ensuing year: Foreman,
Henry Kaia; Assistant Foreman,
John M. Bright; Secretary, Gustavo
Rose; Treasurer, M. K. Keohokalole.
Friday, Sept. 7.
The Mutual Telephone Co. is
placing a cable line along Beretaniu
Seventeen bills signed by His Ma
jesty weie reported to tho House Hub
His Excellency tho Minister of
Foieign Affairs is still unable to
leave his house.
The stained glass windows for the
chancel of St. Andrew's Cathedral
havo arrived from England.
Miss Zoe Atkinson has been ap
pointed a teacher at tho Royal School
in placo of Miss Prescott, reaigned.
The Appropriation Bill should
have conic up for third reading' this
morning, p&it is not yet engrossed.
This rSfiuling hotweatheria hav
ing a. kilhW effect on dancing, and
one o tliQ-Uancing clubs has nlicady
spoken of breaking up.
On account of non-arrival of sugar,
the sailing of tho S. G. Wildor has
been postponed until Monday next,
Sept. 10th, at 2 p. nj.
One Major and two Captains filed
into t)io office of the Attorney-General
this morning with blood in their
eyes. What's up, anyhow?
Col. Sam Norn's went to Kau, a
few days ago, to look at Jones' cat
tle ranch with a view of purchasing
it. He returned without deciding.
Wm. Reising, Chief officer of tho
bark C. R. Bishop, was found guilty,
in the Polico Court yesterday after
noon, of smuggling gin, and fined
The public band concert at tho
hotel last night was a great success,
despite tho heat. The now arrange
ment of benches was much appre
The Collector-Goncral announced
that since September 1st the storage
on bpirit imported for exportation
Have been reduced to cent a gallon
If tno names or all tlioso who wero
at the bath house when it vas
raided tho other night wero publish
ed, it would mako an exceedingly in
Two Vandulia men had a gonuine
Bot-to without gloves, at tho boat
landing Hub morning. Spmo stun
ning blows wore given and tho llow
ing of claret was copious,
Mk. Chas. D wight is having a. small
brick Iioubo put up on Fort street,
adjoining Mr. L. J, Levoy's auction
rooms, where he will establish a
The Editor of tho Makaainana
came near being carried oil' by tho
steamer W. G. Hall this morning,
and was compelled to slide down tho
vessel's Side and smear his shirt with
red paint, whilo tho hoys applauded
Saturday, Sopt, 8.
Malietoa, tho deposed king of
Samoa, who' was taken away by tho
Germans, is dead.
Jlu, Fonnell shot an 18-foot shark
at Miihukona Thursday. Thirty-five
gallons of oil woro got out of tho
Tin: Vandulia Is completely coaled,
thoroughly provisioned, has her sails
bent, and is ready to sail at an hour's
notice. Now is tho timo for a cprnei
iu onions 1
it. I jSJMJBMBfctt 11, J&81 -
At a nicctim; of tho directors Of
the Mutual Telephone Co., Mr. O. U.
Bergcr was elected Seoiolary and
Treasurer, and Hon, W. F. Allen Au
ditor, for thu ensuing year.
TiiitEE bills relating to tho Issuing
of commercial paper, segregation of
lepers and the number of Justices in
the Supremo Court, have becomo
laws, "wing to the lapse of timo.
Until further notice tho morning
service of tho second congregation of
St. Andrew's Cathedral will com
mence at 11 o'clock, in order to ac
comodate tho officers and crew of II.
B. M. S. Hyacinth.
Messiis. F, A. Schaefer it Co. have
received now importations ox barks
Coranuft and C. R. Bishop, including
Cliquot champagne, genuino Bava
lian beer and tho celebrated non-alcoholic
St. Raphael wine.
A okntlkman from Kaalualu, Ha
waii, says that the Mynah birds uro
killing or have nearly killed every
cocoinut troo at that placo, by di
vesting tho treo of every sprout as
fast as it appears. This gentleman
further says that at 800 feet abovo
tho level of tho sea tho Mynali birds
become scarce, and at the altitude
of 1,800 feet not one is found.
Monday, Sopt 10.
Mu. Chas. Dudoit luis left the Ki
The Appropriation bill foots up
Mn. Holland is building a new boat
for Dr. TrOusseau.
Suiir riding in canoes is getting
popular at Waikiki.
The band played at tho Palace
during breakfast this morning.
The steamer Kilauca Hou will lay
up for a general overhauling,
The steamer J, A. Cummins will
take some machinery for Heeia plan
tation this week.
The fourth organ recital will be
given at Kaumakupili Church, Sa
turday evening, the 15th inst.
Oahu College, Punahou Pjepar11"
tory Sphpo mid St, Andrew's Priory
opened this morning for a new term.
Mn. Henry N, Castle is taking a
vaoiition preparatory to leaving for
Harvard Law School to resume his
The steamer Waialealo will tako
a steam plough, which came by the
bark Bishop, to Jjihue plantation, to
morrow. Iolani College re-opens next Mon
day, the 17th. Application for ad
mission should be made to the Rev.
V. H. Kitcat,
A special cablegram from Boston
says that the latest freak among
dudes is to wear rings on the thumbs
and a bracelet on the left wrist.
The Blue Ribbon entertainment at
the Y. M. C. A. hall Saturday even
ing, was well attended, and the pro
gramme gave much satisfaction.
Miss Debbie Lyle was thrown out
of a brake near tho Marine Railway
Saturday afternoon, in a collision
with another brake, and rather badly
II. B. M.S. Hyacinth is holding
her annual target shooting practice.
A squad of about 14 wont out to the
II. R. A. range this morning, where
practice is being held. The shooting
will continue throughout this week.
The Very Rev. Father Leonor
leaves on tho Mokolii this evening
for tho Leper Settlement, to visit the
Fathers and to inspect the arrange
ments made for the accommodation
of the Sisters who will shortly reside
The boat race on Saturday was
won by the six-oared boat Alice M,
the four-oarcd Alf. Rogers second.
The six-oarcd Stranger was distanced.
Quito a largo number of people wit
nessed tho race from the Myrtle boat
houso, There will be a wedding at the
Roman Catholic Church on Satur
day. Just as tho reporter had finish
cd wiilinc the above item, a strav
mocking-bird came and lighting on
tho house, said, "Pod, pody, more
pod, Podmore;" and ho Tuck-ed his
Jiead under his wing, poor thing.
The following tenders wero receiv
ed at tho Interior Department for the
construction of two culverts, brick
and stone, at King and South streets:
Walker & Red ward $1,175
Geo. LuciiB 1,300
Peter High 1.3G5
F. Harrison 1,428
E. B. Thomas 1,575
J. N. Kaaiakawaha 1,700
Tho contractwas awarded to tho
Stmr W G Hall from Hawaii and Maul
Stmr Kaala from Walanap and Walajua
Danish. ' bark Corama, 140 days from
Stmrt. R Jiishop from Koolau
Schr ICulamanu from Hawaii
Bktne S N Castle from San Francisco
Schr Monuokttwal from Koolau
Stmr Kilauca Hon from Hainakua
Stmr Kaala from Walanae and Walalua
Schr Caterlna from Honalel
Stmr Walaloalo from Kauai
Stmr Kinau from Hawaii and Maui
Stmr LIkelIke from Maul
Stmr Jas Makco from Kupaa"
Pehr Ilaleakala from Pepeekeo
Schr Caterlna from Hawaii
Sehr Kaiililua from Kauai
Stmr Mlkahala from Kauai
Stmr Lchua from Hainakua
Ilk Coylon from Mendocino, Cal
Bk Sonoma from San Francisco
Stmr Lehua for Nuu and ports in Ha
inakua and Hlln Districts
Stmr Mikahala for Kuuaj at 5 p in
Stmr Kinau for Ililo and way ports at
4 p m
Stmr Jas Makee for Hanamaulu and
Kapaa at 5 p in
Bktne Planter for San Francisco
Stmr Waialealo for Kauai at 5 p m
, Sept fi
8'phr Wnlmalii for Maul aud Molokai
Schr Josephine for Ewa
Schr Mokuola for Ewa, Oahu
Bktne W II Dlmond for San Francisco
Stmr Kaala for VVmaiuanud Walanae at
Simr (! R ENhop for- Walanae, Walalua
nnd Koolau at 0 a in
Stmr A a Hull for Laholtia, Maalaca,
Koua and ICau at 10 a m
-tun- Pelo for Walmca at 3 p m
Bktue S G Wilder for San Francisco at
2 o'clock p m
Stmr Mokolll lor Molokal
Stmr Llkcllko for Kahulul and Maillot
C j) m
Schr Maauokawal lor Koolau at 3 p in
For Maul per stmr Llkcllkc, Sept 3
A T Atkinson, Rev Mr Guliek and fa
mily, Miss -I Llshman, A D Mttchall, M
D Mousarrntt, TE Cook mid -10 others.
For Tahiti per bk Kalakatm, ucpt i
John Boss and Edward Catheart.
For San Francisco pur bktne Planter,
Sept 4 Miss L McCarthy. Mr and Mrs
Stoward and 2 children, Mrs J Bowler,
From Walalua and Waianao per stmr
Kaala, 8ept 4 Dr Emerson, Captain
Drew, Mr Alwatcr and 25 dock.
From windward ports, pvr stmr W G
Hall, Sept i Mrt.1 11 S Martin and 2
daughters, Mls E U Martin. St. C
PUuiitn, Col fain Norrls. G W C Jones.
C .filler, E Hutchinson, Mrs J Kaulmno
and 3 children, Fred F llalcv, Miss E
Simter, - Mancborg, Miss F Malulanl,
and 7U deck.
For Kilauca and Hanalel, per stmr
Waialealo, Sept 4 Miss Gay, and F Sin
clair and wife.
For Nawlllwill, Walmca, Llhue, etc.,
per stmr MIknhala, ept 4 Mls Alice
Kapoll Uanapl, Mis PP Kauoa, Itcv
Mr .Mulioe, A llauebcrg, and fiO deck.
For Maul and Hawaii nerstmrKlimu.
Sept 4 Major Sam Parker, Capt.T Boss,
Mrs J N Wright, Rev E S Tlmotco, W
Berlowlt., R N Uoyd mid bride, Mr Ly
ons, V Brcdo and 2 children, II O Aus
tin and about GO deck.
For San Francisco per bktno W II
Dimoiul, "-eptG BcvJ WSellwood and
wife and J M Sims.
From Francisco per bktno S N Castle,
Sept C Mr Allen and Dr F Solnuorl.
For Maul and Hawaii per stmr W G
Hall, Sept 7 Justice MoCully, Fchlber,
A P Peterson, W II Cornwell, W A
Whltlmi, W O Achl, Thco Severln, Dr
Emerson, J Frost, Sam Sing, Misses
Hayley 2), J F Noble and wife, Miss L
Moore, Mrs Sunter, W t mitli and 85
From Kahulul and way poi ts per stmr
LIkelIke, Sept 8 A T Atkinson, G Ir
vine, Lau Ton.g, Bros MIehiel, Joseph,
William, G II French, E M Walsh, Mrs
Sharratt, Amy Shnratt, Frank Sharratt.
Hop Yuen, F M Mooi o, F Armstrong,
W Armstrong, A Von Tempsky, Miss
Mny Alexander, .Archie smithies, O
Wilder and 45 deck.
rom Kauai per stmr Walaleale, Sept
8 C N Speneor and 3 deck.
From Ililo and way ports per stmr
Elnau, Sept 8 Mrs S L Austin, Miss M
Dabcoek F S Lyman jr, E Lyman, Miss
A Lidgate, Miss B Barnard, Mrs P 11
W Ross and 2 children, Hov 13 M Hyde
and son, S K Kamano, A B Lyons, Man
Chip, J It S Kynncrsley anil wife, Bobt
Boyd and wife, J It Kenton, Kev M No
all, Miss Auuio Holmes. Miss Hat'Ie
I olstein, Miss Martha Holmes, E Ba
dcr and wife, S M Kaaukai and wife,
irs v 11 Wright and 2 children. II A
Heen, i rs Keohokalole, Hon J ltleh iril
8on and daughter, F Bcesley, E Fan,
Bro Bertram nd 02 deck.
From Kauai per stmr Mikahaln, Sept
Dr J K Smith, H D Withart. DP
Lawrence, II F Glade, A Haimoberg, AV
Cottrell, Miss L Kapcun, Olaf Soreuson.
W Sehhnmiilfannif, .1 Gundall, wife and
2 children, Mrs F Wilhehn and child,
11 Dortmond, Rev I Goodell, Clarence
and Montague Cooke, F Frank and 101
From Pepeekeo, Hawaii, per schr
Halcakala, Pept 8 Mrs II T Walker and
sou, Miss Alice Walker and Willie Bol
ster. For San Franei-'co por bktno S G
Wilder, Sept 10 Mrs Gnscouie, Mr
Nelson, Air Fernandez, Frank Gardner,
Chas Lewis and Louis Napoleon,
Cui-gocH from 3sluml PortH.
Stmr W G Hall 212 bgs sugar. 153 bgs
awa, 11 bgs coffee, 28 hides, 25 head
of cattle, 10 calves and 2 horses.
"Stmr Kaala 450 bgs sugar and J23 bgs
Stmr Kiaau 750 bgs sugar, 10 bgs
spuds, 85 sbecp, 10 bales wool and
110 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Wulaleale 200 bgs paddy,
fc-tmr Jas Makee 005 bgs sngar, and CO
bndls green hides.
Stmr LIkelIke 744 bgs s-gar, 30 bgs
potatoes, 3K bgs corn and 3 horses.
Stmr Mokolll 115 sheep nnd 1 horse.
Schr Ilaleakala lfirewood.
Mikahala 2130 bags sugar, and 590
The Planter took for San Francisco
this morning, 14,288 bags sugar, weigh
ing 1,840,870 ios, anu vauicu .u $e,
The bktne W H Dlmond took for San
Franeisco this forenoon, 0,101 bgs of
rice, CO bbls of molassos and 20 empty
gasoline tanks. Value of domestic pro
Bome worn-out spars of the Coranna
are to be replaced by now ones.
The bark California will sail from Ka
hulul on Tuesday.
The schooner Anna arrived at Kahu
lul Tuesday, and will sail for Sau Frau
The bktne S G Wilder took for San
Francisco this afternoon 12,007 bags of
sugar and 490 bunches of bananas.
Weight of Biigar 1,393,330 lbs. Value
of cargo, 01,832 0.
The bark Cejlon, Calhoun master,
brought 550,402 feet of red wood nnd
10 bags of potatoes for Messrs Alleu &
Tho Ixihua was hauled on tho Marino
Railway this moraine
The bark Sonoma, Capt T II Grlfllths,
arrived yesterday, 10 days from Sau
Francisco, with ,1,200 tons of freight,
including 300 tons of coal for Messrs T
11 Davlcs tfc Co. She left Pan Francisco
on tho 21st. Hail NW winds to Lat 1.40
dgW, Long 28 deg N, thou 4 days
llglit H W winds, which wero followed
by moderate trades to SeptOth, ou which
date Maul was reached. At 1 o'clock
on the morning of the 7th made the west
end of Molokal.
Tho bktno Eureka received sugar
from tho steamer Mikahala this moviw
ing. The Eureka cipects tQ sail on ov
about the 18th.
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DURING- my absence from the King
dom Mr. Tong Man Choong will
act for mo In all bnslnet-s inatteis under
u full power of attorney.
1 WANG HOW.
Honolulu, August 27, 1888.
WHV he bio iiuf do fa THE iiospl."
HE COULD LEA!' TIinOUOH THE AIIl.
XI plJect in writing is two-fold : .
. 'yP"9 ln.V ynititude for a
great benefit, and to tell a shoit storv
which cannot fail to interest tho
feelings of many others. It is all
about myself, but 1 have rcniatkod
that when a mnn tells the honest
truth about himself ho is all tho
more likely to be of uso to his fellow-creatures.
To begin, then, you
must kuow 1 had long been more or
less subject to attacks of bronchitis,
a complaint that you arc awaro is
very common and troublesome in
Great Britain in certain seasons of
the year. Some months ago I hud
n, very severe turn of it, worse, 1
think, than 1 ever hud before. It
wad probably brought on by my
catching cold, as wc arc all apt to
do when we least expect it. Weeks
passed by, and my trouble proved
to ho very obstinate. It would not
yield to medicine, and as I also be
gan to have violent racking pains iu
my limbs and back, 1 became great
ly alarmed. I could neither cat nor
sleep. If I had been a feeble, sick
ly man, 1 should have thought less
strangely of it; but as, on the con
trary, 1 was hearty and robust, I
feared some new and terrible thing:
had got hold of me, which might
make my strength of no avail against
it. 1 say, that was the way I
Presently I could not even lie
down for the pain all over my body.
I asked my doctor what he thought
of my condition, and he frankly,
"I am sorry to have to tell you that
you arc getting worse !' This so'
frightened iny friends, as well as
myself, that they said "Thomas,
yvu must yo to the Hospital; it
may be your only chance for lifel'
But I didn't wunt lo go to the
hospital. Who does, when he
thinks lie con possibly get along:
without doing it? I am a labouring
man, with a large family depending
on me for support, and I might al
most as well be in my grave as to
be laid on my back in a hospital
unable to lift a hand for months,
or God only knows how long. Right
at this point I had a thought flash
across my mind like a streak of sun
shine in a cloudy day. I had heard
and read a good deal about Mother
Heigcl's Curative Syrup, and I re
solved, before consenting to be
taken to the hospital, I would try
that wellknown remedy. On this f
gave up the doctor's medicine and
began taking the Syrup. Mark the
wonderful result! I had taken but
three doses within twenty-four hours
when 1 was seized with a fit of
coughing, and threw up the phlegm
and mucus off my chest by the
mouthful. The Syrup has loosened
and broken it up. Continuing with
the Syrup, the racking pain, which
I believe came from the bitter and
poison humors in my blood and
joints, soon left me entirely, and I
felt like going to sleep, and I did
sleep sound aud quiet. Then I felt
hungry, with a natural appetite, and
as I ate I soon got strong and well.
I fait. I could lea) throuyh the.
aiv if ilk (lei(ht!
In a week I was able to go to my
work again. It doesn't seem possi
ble, yet it is true, and the neigh
bours know it. There are plenty
of witnesses to prove it. And,
therefore, when I say I preach the
good news of the great power of
Seigel's Syrup to cure pain and di
sease far' and wide, nobody will
wonder at me.
75, Military-road, Canterbrry,
Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup
is for sale, by all chemists and medi
cine vendors ; and by the Proprie
tors, A. J. White, Limited, 35, Far-ringdon-road,
London' E. C, Eng,
Steam Works, Sunny South,
Telo.: Bell 186, Mutual 245.
Depot, 28 Merchant Street,
Tole.: Boll 172, Mutual 360.
Patent maun Valve Dottle.
CAPACITY 1,000 DOZEN PER DAY.
The only English Apparatus making
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