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Hack at mid: Merchant and Kort
street. Telephones, 'Mo.
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O1 II 13
KIU1JAY, SEPT. II, lH8.
Sttur W G Hall from Hawaii and Maul
Stmr C H Btshnp for Wnlauae, AValalua
niul Koolhni tit S) a in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
llktne Eurok i for San Francisco
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A house on tlio plains is to rent or
Korr: nnd sails nro
wharf is being ro-
Sr. Louis College
Work on tho stieet railro.id out on
King street is progressing.
G'ol. 'A. S. Spalding will shortly
liavo an electric nvilroad on his plan
Aiiout forty scholars now attend
Miss Moasnian's evening school at
Qucon Emma Hall.
One Minister and two heads of
bureaus left on a tour lound the isl
and this morning.
David, '(ifliccr of the Police Court,
can take, oil' a Chinaman's hat in the
Court room quicker than anybody
His Majesty the King leaves for
Kailua, Hawaii, on Tuesday next,
and will be absent two or three
Mr. A. M. llewett'b offer of twenty
iivc per cent, discount on all pur
chases is creating a lively business
at his sloro.
Mr. J. M. Vivas and Prof. Frcitas
aio baid to bo the Portuguese candi
dates for the position of official Court
Oxn of the most elaborately made
wedding cakes ever placed on exhibi
tion here may be seen at tho New
Tin: steam drill which has been at
work at Leleo for tho past few days,
was bent to the quarry at Kamoiliili,
Mr. and Mis. W. S. Luce will leave
on the next steamer for the Coast.
Tho health of Mrs. Luce demands a
change of air.
Tickets for admission to the organ
recital Saturday evening at Kauma
kapili Chui ch, will bo on sale at the
door of the Church.
Two hack drivers had a fiblie en
counter on King street, near Fort,
this afternoon, but were separated
before the police ariived.
To-morrow will bo the last day
that the passengers who came by the
S. S. Alameda on tho 1st, will havo
to report to Dr. IJrodic.
The ladies of Central Union
Church must be congratulated upon
the success of their sociable last
evening. It was a most enjoyablo
The hand conceit at Thomas
Square last evening attracted a, good
sized audience. The prograinmo
which included six new pieces was
There will be a baseball match at
tho Makiki llecreation Ground, Sa
turday afternoon, commencing at 2
o'clock, between tho Venturers and
Aroumunts of counsel in the case
of tho Executors of Aki vs. Trustees
of His Majesty, wero heard yestculay
afternoon, and Mr. Justice Preston
has reserved his decision.
The icgular monthly meeting of
the Hawaiian Mission Children's So
ciety will bo held, to-morrow (Satur
day) eVoning, at the residence of Mr.
liiciuenhchncidcr, Emma street.
Waikiki bridge is becoming a
favorito promenade for spoony
couples on moonlight nights. There
must bo a Lack(o)lnnd out there or a
peculiar eliaim about tho bridge.
, Tin: duck shooting paity have ic
liirned from Koolau. They divided
into two pai ties. One party consist
ing of three shot DO ducks, while tho
other, nino in number, eamo homo
Mr. W. O. Smith and Mr. T. II.
Hohron in tho yacht Paulino, and
Mr. L. A. Thurston, Mr. Henry Wn
lorhoiibo and Mr. Cecil Blown in tho
Pokii, left the Kinau whaif this af
ternoon for Peail liivor.
Tin: Itov. 1. Goodell s.iys that hiu
work at Koloa, Kauai, is entirely
among the natives and not the for
eigners, as staled by our correspon
dent yesteiday. Mr. Goodell occa
sionally takes services in English.
To-morrow will bo Atonement day,
tho most holy of the Jewish now
year, and stiict followers of Jadaisui
will just from miiuIowii to-day until
sundown to-inoriow. Many of tho
Jewish hoiibOH in Honolulu will re
main closo all day to-morrow.
Mn. Jusllco Fi-e'lon will biotidu nt
lh" U loher term of the Supreme
A viinv largo piece of tiinbei, mi 1
to bo the largest MHiaro piece in tho
kingdom, was launched fiom near
the O. 8. S. wharf this afternoon, and
will he made into a keel for the S. N.
Tin: Port Surveyor said this after
noon, that he litis bec-onio a victim of
leap year and will t-horllv he led to
the saeiillcial altar, where his giz.aul
(henit) will bo placed at the feet of a
giggling, gurgling, giddy gill. Next!
The keel for a new yacht to be
built for Mci-sro. Henry Waterhousc,
J. T. Waterhousc, jr., (Jeo. Wilcox,
Luther Wilcox, L. A. Thurston, II.
1'. Baldwin anil others, by Sorenson
& Lyle, has been laid. This yacht
will be of the same model as the
King's, but larger.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Diill of Co. D. Honolulu Rifles at
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at 7 o'clock.
Meeting of Hawaiian Tribe No. 1
I. O. It. M. at hall of Oaliu Lodge
K. of 1'.
Rehearsal and meeting of Honolulu
Arion at 7 :30 o'clock.
Pacific Degree Lodge No. 1 D. of
, at 7:30 o'clock.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
11V J. F. MORGAN.
At noon, the well-known Kahuku
ranch, Kan, Hawaii, will be sold.
This is one of the most important
sales of property in a long time and
will doubtless attract a large attend
ance. At the same hour will be sold 102
acres of land at Matioa Valley. At
1 o'clock 50 head of cattle, wagons
and harness will be offered at the
Pawaa paddock opposite Judge
In the evening at 7:30 Mr. Mor
gan will conclude his day's labors
by holding a special salo of new
goods to which the attention of la
dies is called. The articles will bo
on exhibition to-morrow morning.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The usual entertainment by
Blue Ribbon League will be given Sa
turday evening at the Y. M. C. A.
Hall, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Following is the programme:
Heading . . .
Kov. E D. Uis-ell
Miss C. A. Itcaiuei
. . ..Miss Maggie Lili.ua i
Mr. Win. Lowers
i1--! Mi' lie ey
. ..llou. 11. . Town-end
HONOLULU DEBATIHO SOCIETY.
The semi-annual meeting of the
above society was held last evening,
with a fair attendance. A re
port on the standing of the
society was accepted. The trea
surer presented his semi-annual re
port. Following are the ollieeis for
the ensuing term: President, Wal
ter Mill; First Vice-President, K.
G. Schuman; Second Vice-President,
Alex. Robertson ; Secretary,
John F. Smith ; Treasurer, Norman
A paper on "The Reform P.irly
of 1890" was read by Mr. Daniel
Logan, and a discussion followed.
IT IS RUMORED
That the country is not safe with
out a Colonel ; that CoT. C. P. Iau
kea has resigned the ollicc of Cham
berlain; that P. II. Austin will be
the new Chamberlain ; that the Ho
tel street piano thumpers discoursed
excellent music last evening; that
the Irish Patrol played by the band
last night tickled M. Mclnerny to
death ; that Col. Norris will run for
Noble at next election ; that a milk
shake without a "stick" in it causes
indigestion ; that the Organ Kccital
Saturday evening will be well at
tended ; that a new sugar plantation
is to be started on this island ; that
business is very dull ; that $50 is a
very small amount for a bribe.
The true origin of the gla9s slip
per. How Psamineticlms, the, King,
come to place the Greek" slave,
Rhodnpis, on the throne of the
We tan readily believe that run
ning brooks can preach us sermons;
but we could seaicely hope to find
a fairy story, based upon a solid
historical fact, especially one told
by the inscription upon the Sarco
phagi of Egypt. Yet such is the
fact, for tho records-of tho Psam
teek Kings tell us, that the story of
Cinderella or the Glass Slipper, that
so delights tho childish imagination,
is in truth founded upon u romantic
love affair, between Pnaminotichus,
the successor of Amasls, King of
Egypt, and a lovely Greek slave.
Riioilnpis had been a slave, and a
fellow bondswoman with isoj, the
fable writer, in the house of one
ladmou of Satnos. She by her won
derful beauty had attracted the at
tention of Aphrodite, a wealthy and
powerful Patrician, who procured
her freedom, and heaped upon her
immense riches. On the death of
her patroness, RhodopW fixed her
rcsidenco at Naucrates, a port on
the Canotio branch of tho Nile, and
there dispensed hospitality with tho
lavish hand of an Empress.
Ono morning, just after the sun
had crept across the De'ti, she went
Foith with her maidens -to hutho.
At a short distance from thu river,
she sought a secluded creek, away
from (he busy main, and scrcaiied
by. the waving, feathery papyrus.
As the creek was some yards from
the place where her litter stopped,
HiioU"pl ti'ti no; nuc off in r ii
dais, iiniil fclie ru. iml Hie :iU'r'a
edge, whet e'hei-i( id as while and
as lovi-Iy as t'u- Intone:) Una lju
snmed and hlooim d about her.
Tin ow itm off her sandals, she enter
ed the watei, and liej.Mii swimming,
divinir and lioliekiug with the easy
light heal ted joy of tho butie:flies
that Muttered about the flowers. She
would gather haiidsful of lotuses,
and then throw iln-in away, until
at last, llnd of her siioit, she in a
lit of laziness, Moated on the cool
bosom of the water, and yielded hei
self to thought.
Her sandals lay upon tho beach,
a dainty pair, all uhibroideied with
gold and biilliant colors, and on
the upper surfuuo of the side, on
which her foot rested, boio tho
figure of a captive with bound arms
on the one being a Greek, and the
other an Egyptian, showing the
dominion her beauty hul attained
over the two nations. Now, in the
air just over the sandals, there
chanced to hover an eagle, who be
ing attracted by the glitter of the
gold, on tho sandals, swooped down
and seizing one, and rising again,
soon became a mere speck in the
Now this bit of theft on tho part
of the eagle, became the turning
point in the brilliant career of Rho
dopis. The bird immediately direct
ed his flight over the Delta, and
away up the Nile to Memphis, the
capitol of. Egypt, and the scat of
Psamineticlms the King, and there
ho dropped the sandal at the foot of
the judgment throne of the King.
The monarch was sitting in the
open air, dispensing justice to his
subjects, and being exhausted with
the heat and dullness of the pro
ceedings, set him about to draw
pictures in his imagination. In
thought he erected for himself a
magnificent palace, over which he
placed in qtieenship an ideal beauty.
He was just painting her as having
the eyes of the gazelle, the voice of
the nightingale, the litheness of the
panther, and the tread of a goddess,
when lo, the sandal fell plump at kjs
feet. Astonishment robbed him of
all dignity, for he jumped up and
shouted, "An omen! an omen! lie
immediately dismissed the coiut.
When in the seclusion- of his own
apartment, he after scanning the
dainty little sandal for some time,
concluded it wa-, an act of the gods,
who drilling to make lite heart's
wish come t. m. had taken this way
of bhowiug their inteiiiiiiii. lie ac
cordingly witiiotii further to do. set
about electing a Mipeib palace, and
despatched a messenger dnwn the
lMie, wiin i lie Miipor, oi. ing mm
in cveiy city to cjiise it lo he pro
claimed 111 .t 'whu-oever the sandal
lilted, and who had the fellow, and
who could explain Hie symbols on
the solus thereof, should conic to him
and be his queen." With a mighty
retinue, and in right royal pomp and
splendor the messenger set upon
For many months he searched in
vain, then; was not a woman or
maiden in the whole of the kingdom,
but endeavored to thrust her foot
into the sandal but without avail.
The King's Palace had been com
pleted, nnd his lieait had grown
weary ol tho delay, and he des
paired of ever finding its lovely
At last the royal messenger
reached Nancratis, find the news of
the proclamation reached the ears
of RhodopU, as she sat in the midst
of her guests, at one of those Luculj
lian banquets, she so delighted in
giving. Instantly she oidered the
messenger to be brought to her pre
sence, for having now remembered
the shape of her sandal, she had no
doubt, but that tho fellow of it, was
the one sought for. When the
messenger bowing lowly at the foot
store of her, chair, presented the
sandal, she not only thrust her
daint3' little fool into it, but laugh
ingly dried. "Here is the fellow,
and for this do I wear the symbols
on the soles. As Greece is captive
to my beauty, so shall Egypt bo,
and Egypt's King!" There was
great rejoicing thereat in her house
hold, and the dancing men and sing
ing girls, made merry the hours un
til the sun was high.
The next morning Rhodopis with
great pomp and ceremony repaired
with the messenger to Memphis,
where Psammeticlius almost heart
sick willi waiting, fell a captive to
her beauty, and in accordance with
his promise, took her to wife, and
thus was the Greek slave, given a
.scat on tho throne of the Pharoahs,
and made Queen of all Egypt.
P. L. 11.
mm J. g KROGER,
Practl.al VutsIutnLer & r.aiaho:
Goo I ' o
i ii Lid. At re-cut
K. ll'iiiiN lud r blio.i.
PITT & SCOTT'S
(Jeiicial Mlil'i'iiii-; Atfeii.'j' unit I'or.
vigii 1'areeln i:xju cm.
Chief Officii, 23 Cannon St., London, E. C
Goods, Parcels, BanaaCi E''i E0,i
Forwarded to and frmn all parts of
l he wo Id
0. O. 1). iinumiitsi of Invoices collected
in i.iiy country.
44-Tui-IMh (if Itnlex on .illralloii-fO
Gene rut a genu for Ujv r.liin Islands,
J. E. BROWN fcficS CO.,
Of) -:i JU-rciuut 8.rsut. tf
-FOIi Till 8-
INVENTORY SALE !
152 dozen Ladies' colored bordered
Handkerchiefs fiOo per doz
84 doz Ladies' unbleached Ualbri
gan Hose, silk clockee and full
finished at 25c
Gents' white linen Shirts, linen bo
soiiiB and cufls $1
220 doz Gents' full finish Balbrigan
Undershirts, either long or short
sleeves, all sizes -ioc each
Gents' white cotton Undershirts...
Gents' full finished silk cloeked
Hose SJ2.25 per doz
!J. J. FiS
Our Grand Annual Cash Clothing & Furnishing Sale Commences
limited to Two Weeks Only.
200 Men's Working Pants only 81.00.
200 Men's Working Pants only S1.25.
200 Men's Working Pants only 81.50.
200 Men's Fine Cassinierc Pauls from S;' 00.
Men's Black Diagonal Suits only $5.00.
Men's Fancy Suits only $5.00 worth 810.00
Men's Fine Cassimere Suits only 8G.00 worth 812.50.
Men's Fine Cassimere Suits only S7.50 worth 815.00.
A large line of Gent's Fine Dress Suits at Cost ! A large line of Gent's Odd Suits at one-half the regular price !
A large line of Summer Coats at one-half the regular price I Men's White Linen Orals, $J.S; Pants, $!..' !
YOUTHS CLOTHING! 2rJL'&
All Linen Suits Knee Pants only 75
Jlioolc at tlie Great J3v-aiiis in Mien's Sc Boyn' "WliLfce Colored Sliirt.s?
Undershirts, Neckties, Collars, Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, Etc., Etc.
Men's & Boys' Hats at Cost, and a Full Line of Men's & Boys' Shoes !
QT Remember this is our Annual Cash Clothing and Furnishing Uoods Sale and for Two Week Only. -BJl
Xotiett under O it html are ehirgtU 10 tenti
per line for thefint insertion, and S ctntt per lint
every aadltlonul imertion.
RYAN'S BOAT BTJH.DINGI
SHOP. Hear of Lucas Mill.
IT has been dUcovuml by the doctors
Unit Ciio1 e.l Tii' (i Flour is excellent
food for MCak mill delicuto infmils, pre.
pared as follows: One lablcspoontnl of
Cooked Taro Flour mixed with 1 pint
of boiling ml I;. Wbcn cold feed tliu
child itli a ii'.iisu butle, It will idvo
a child new life In a few weeks. U5 3.v
TARO MUSH Peed the eict ami
X uolR'ii o persons on Cooked Taio
Flour Ahull, inuilo thin and prepared
liku corn meal In Lolling water, :ud
herved with ml kand sugar. This muKes
an ek'KUiit mush, !)5 :tw
TARO BU ISCU IT JIlxTai o Flour
X very iliick In boiling wider, then
Ml In wheal Hour mil lorm Into bus
eutt, use ii llttlii buiior at bottom of nan,
linear a liitle muter over tlio top of Taro
llitcnil thit.mukc.'i a cheap and excel.
lent Taro I'ulaa. JiSilw
G RIDDLE CAKE-T.dio half rye
f II iu, Hull Taio Kbiiir, one or two
i KMi. lilt'u rU't, O'lt: tl-.'ltipilollflll of Knyul
hiking l'ovsihr to a cupful of uueli,
bako or fry on griddle. !!5 3w
TARO MUSH Ue 3 tabk'spoonB.
X lul of tlio Taro Flour to each per
Min and mix tldii, prepiredHko corn
mud In boiling witer, serve warm or
coin wlih milk unii uipar Tarn MuMi
iji -imi a -'ay o- tn If di'Mml. 11 Jw
f OB PR INTI NQ ol ah MndiTulo.
U cuiud at thu Daily Bulletin OClce.
A vory largo snkm School
Hats at : ih
Goats' linen Collars (standing
A full llnd of all wool Ovcrehirts
and all wool Umlorahhta from. .
Gonts' fine l'njnma Suits from . . .
170 doz Childicn's colored llc-o . .
10c .'I ji-iir
Fine Turkit-h Hath Towels
Linen hand-made Tides
Black Silk stripe Grenadine
20c per ynrd
Ladies' Jersey Waists from
Misses' and Children's Hoo, full
finish nnd Silk Clocked in ink
. and blue, from sizo -1 to 8, at ... .
2oc per pair
We bave made a REDUCTION In all
Remember this is our last week
GREAT INVENTORY 'SALE
CHAS. J. F1SHEL,
The Leading Millinery House.
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
ZEGi--ISf Sc COMPANY
Suits Knee Pants only $2.00.
Boys' All-Wool Suits only 83.50.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
THE following gentlemen have been
duly elected in ervo ns oillcers of
tho Mutual Telephone Co. for tho en.
suing year, viz:
H. A. Wideinaun President,
II. Wuterhomc Vice President,
C. O. Ilerger TrciiMirrr,
C. O. Merger Seercinry,
W. V, Allen Milliter.
C O. IlKKGtilt,
Honolulu, Sept. 7, INBS. 11 2w
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual nieo'Ing of the stuck
hoklers of the Ililo J-'ugi I'o held
In Honolulu, this JO h day of .-op em tier,
1884, the following oUlems wo.e duly
elected tuf-erv- d iring thoTn uli.ge.ir:
Win. G. Irwin J'l-eslileiit,
John 1). ripucUeln.. Vico .'i ideif,
i S c a i. m ,
WaltorM. aill'urd -j .'o '
( T " uier,
II. M. Whitncv. ,rr A '!'.. i.
V. M. UIU'WIM),
42 lw Hecrelary, ii. ?. Co.
ELECTION of OFI'Tt EllS.
ATthcii'iiiu'il ii.eetlnir M II. - K')C'..
I'.oldcri f the Hu-i ln -ou i la-iiu.
Hon Co held in llonol du t'urf .) It .,uy
of Hcpteiiiber, IBsb, the fol.-,v.- iy old,
cer weie duly elntcd to mno during
tho ciiMiiiiig year:
Win. (1. Irwin rn-'denl,
John A. liuck. ...... Vieu 'iL .lent.
I cc III' ,
( -" " i.
V. J. .A.i..
42 lw heeieuiy il I' Co.
'" TEHPI C
u BraSvHU una
63 & 63
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' Soliool Hals, Bop' White Sirirhr
3T AT VERY LOW PRICES g2
A full line of Ginghams !
A full line of Batiste ?
A Large Assortment of
We will closo
0P For Gonts, Ladies,
S. EI-IRLICH, -
(J.'J & J5 Fort Street.
l.'iO Men's Fine Pants only $2.50 worth S-1.00.
175 Men's Fine Pants only S!5 00 worth 31.50.
150 Men's Fine Pauls only Sl-00 worth S0.00.
150 Men's I'm 11.-, imere Pints from 33.00.
g.1gv' rglAjdS. jWicCg K5J c" ' 'ia. rsSSi?r. - -
Men's Fine Cas-inicre Suits only 12.5') wor'h 820.00.
Men's lSlue Fhnnel Suits only S12.50 w.irth 80.00.''
Men' Blue English Si-rg'e Saits only 512 ,VJ worth 820.00.
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. E
a splendid selection of these Goods
Boys' Fine Suits only $5.00 and up.
Boyt.' Fine Suits Long Pants only $5.00 and up.
Boys'.Finc Black Tricot Suits, all-wool, only 88. 50
"4 Hotel, comer Fort Street,
Mrs. L. S. BEHSETT, - Principal.
In all its biiiuchc?.
CSVFor pnrtU'iihus address
iVars. L. S. Bennett,
71 II old h , oi (iriit-iiltalijli'd llojk.
hioie, lt)U Fori St.
Mutual, 232-yiTELEPHOHE KJfnoll, S:.
HI13. M. 13, CAMPBELL.
lr:HKinuicIiit;, 4"it., t ,
Una cnmmciu'i-d tlio b.islne.s of Diej.
mikintr. Cu 1 1 1 n ir u..i rjtih.ff. m ii.i nm-
duncu, N'o. ' liirntai.U slice' oppoi
ibo lliiiol. Tlr piitiniigu o. Ui-bt'!
is respcellully solium!.!, tvi.i'ti, tlnu
gnaranleed. . sopi.n.ly
DURING mv ab-tiK-i- from tho Klne
Uoin the lieu. W. F. Al'eu will
j aoufor tno under a full power of ultor-
nor in mi prinue ii-i ii 1 1 , nun iv in
a'l e" to in which I mn niun-o or
.icut. V. V. 1'AI.Ki:.
iiut.o idu, Aiiguil 2 , I6tii. .'u m
' !.. iar
;: Ttif tin hi
WMte Sress roofls!
out nt a
Misses it Children.
September 1st, and is
. 4 Tt 3
which wo will sell at prices that will
EG AN & CO.
. A. M. Hewett,
k iwsttr !
rurpo.o' leaving for Ike Coast in
ui tobtr prior to which he
olil-M iho whole of his
Hanflsomely Assortea Sttick
i not be uiiii'muiMi.ujou U ot
ne t.blij to purdi;ie in Uonblu
A Handsome Christmas Pr-1 .eat
As in P u i.i ,ai-eo for Mr. W It Is
golug to eel ;l Mieh a stcck iiri UI
bult thu most fustldeoiid mi.'
kiirjirieo our liltlo nily.
tSTAll parties now indebted In him
aro K'itpeetfully teipieeted to nuke
Iniinuliulo iitlli'iniui. io8cu
Y you kT'nd"anyi-h7n tT
L advi-rtUe It iu the Daily Kui ..xxiir.
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