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CAPTURE OF LEPERS,
Tho steamer Pcto arrh .! yester
day from K.iuai, with t lye lepers
on unnru. auoiu two
the Attorney-Gei. -ral i
olllcer Kings'ley to Kant
stnictions to visi tho
Wnimea and attempt t
of a number of lepers 1
there. Arriving at AVai
ley in company with Di
iff Stolz, started for tli
tho lepers and after vcr
bio captured twelve
OW11 to bo
brought down as above stated.
There are a few more lepers iu the
district and Kingsley leaves again
on the Mikahala to-morrow for tho
purpose of capturing them.
A CHINESE FUNERAL.
Kong Yce Del, for nearly
years steward at Punalio ' College,
died on Saturday and is buried
Sunday afternoon from ti . Chinese
Church of which he was ; member.
The deceased, who was I own bet
ter by the name of E" . e. was a
great favorite with the iiipils at
"runabou, and they defraud the ex
penses of his funeral. lie was a
bright and intelligent young man.
The Revs. C. M. Hyde aud W. C.
Merritt, Mr. Frank W. Damon and
the pastor of the church assisted in
the services. Eddie belonged to
the Chinese Singing Club and tho
members nttended the funeral in a
body. The remains were interred
at Mukiki followed by a largo num
ber of carriage.
On Saturday evening an old
Frenchman. Constant Kortin, better
known around town as "Poloka,"
dropped dead in a Chinese store on
Hotel street. Dr. liodgers was sum
moned but could do nothing. The
body was taken to the Station House,
and on Sunday, tho French Consul
had it buried. Poloka was about
71) years of age and lias been a re
sident of the islands many years.
He was an armourer by trade and a
fine spur maker. Tho deceased
lived at Manoa for a long time, but
the past year resided near the
bridge, King street. Up to 2:30
o'clock this afternoon, the Deputy
Marshal had received no certificate
of the.cause of death from Dr. Rod
gers, but it is supposed to be old
There was a very good attendance
at the fourth organ recital at Kau
makapili Church, Saturday evening.
II. R. II. Princess Lilitiokalani, His
Honor the Chief Justice and Mrs.
Judd, Mr. Justice and Mrs. Mc
Cully and Hon. C. R. Bishop were
among those present. Mr. Levi Ly
man sang a solo "My Queen" with
much taste. Miss Rose Makce gave
a most delightful rendition of Gou
nod's "There is a green hill far
away," which pleaded the audience
very much indeed. The adaptabili
ties of the large organ were brought
out in solos by Messrs, I. Goodell,
Myron II. Jones and Wruy Taylor.
IT IS RUMOisEQ
That the departure of the Van
dalia will cause regret: that a well
known lawyer will sho. y join the
ranks of the benediu ; that Col.
Norris is a millionaire, that there
are a largo number 1 1' would-be
Chamberlains; that wl j John F.
' Smith attends the 1 ie Ribbon
meetings he is made f n of; that
all the Chinese in the la id are go
ing to cut off their queue's ; that
the Editor of the Makaainaua is to
be the heavy weight champion of
the Hawaiian bar ; that there was
too much drunkenness in town Sa
turday night ; that the question of
how to reach young men has not yet
boen fully decided.
Last Tuesday evening the Kinau
left this port over four hours behind
her usual time for the accommoda
tion of members of the Legislature.
Their appreciation of this delay is
shown in the following card qf
SxMit. "Kinau," )
Sept. 11, 1888. j
Wo tho undersigned, members of
the Legislature, herewith tender to
the President and ofllcers of the
Wilder Steamship Company and to
tho ofllcers of the steamer Kinau,
our sincere thanks for the great
kindness shown us in the delaying
of the fctearaer Kinau for so long a
umu mis evening, in order mat we
might reach our homes iu so short a
time after tho adjournment of the
And we hope that all to whom wo
are so much indebted may be bless
ed with all that may make life pleas
ant in the future.
D. II. Hitchcock.
E. II. HAiixr,
P. N. Makix,
C, F. HoitNim,
W. II. Danii:i.3,
WENT OVER A BLUFF.
Andres Comancho, a Spaniard
employed Ivy Hon. J. I. Dowsett,
fell, with his horse, off a bluff near
Moanalua, Saturday evening, at
about 7 o'clock. Tho bluff is on the
s'uo of tho road and has a clear full
of 25 feet. Comancho'a horso reared
and went over with the rider. Tho
horse was hardly hurt, while Com
n.ncho received painful injuries. A
piece of his scalp was taken off the
top of his head, and ho was other
HONOLULU DEBATIHO SODIETV.
The semi uaiiunl meeting of the
above society was held Inst evening,
with a fair all em In nee. A ic
piirt on (he standing of the
society was accepted. Tho Mea
surer presented hii semi-annual 10
port. Kol.owii-g aie the ollleeis lor
the ensuing tirm: Pivident, Wal
ter Hill; Khbt Vtco-1'roMdonl, E.
G. Schuinanj Second Vieo-l'i evi
dent, Alex. Robertson; Secretary,
John F. Smith ; Treasurer, Norman
A paper on "Tho Reform Party
of 1800" was read by Mr. Daniel
Logan, and a discussion followed.
THE CHAMBERLAIN RESIGNS.
Colonel Curtis P. Iaukea has re
signed his position as Chamberlain
to His Majesty the King. Rumors
to this effect iiave been alloat for
oeveriil Ja, w i' .vas not public
ly kiiunn vhet'-tr liny were found
ed on "" '- nut. The BuLi.r.TiN
ii'i' .i i o positively that the
Ci.f ..- tulered his resigna
tion, and he is Minply discharging the
duties of the ullke until his succes
sor is appointed. Col. laukea's
retirement Is purely voluntary and
for private reasons, His Majesty
very reluctantly foregoing his ser
vices. That portion of the public
having dealings with the Palace will
regret the Colonel's retirement.
His bearing towards all has been
invariably affable and gentlemanly.
BECOMES A SCIENTIST
An Examiner reporter learned last
night from a late vititor to Honolulu
that King Kalakaua has, in the in
tervals of draw-poker, the hula aud
other cases of state, been studying
the molecular theory of the earth's
structure. He has prepared a learn
ed treatise on the subject, and a
number of charts, which he intends
to submit to the criticism of French
savants at the Paris Exposition next
year. He has deputed the task of
presenting the book and charts to
Washington Irving Bishop, the
thought-reader, who will go to Paiis
for the purpose and for such other
'purposes as 11133- present'tliemsclves.
King Kalakaua is becoming a
great sharp 011 exhibitions. At the
invitation of the Victorian Govern
ment he is going to the Melbourne
Exposition next October. Exam
iner. SQUEEZING THE iRUST.
THE MEANING OP THE ERRATIC MOVE
MENTS IN THE SL'UAlt MARKET.
A curious sugar war is being car
ried on by the California Kelinery
and in the East by the trust and the
outside refiners. The local market
is being manipulated at will by the
California Company, the object be
ing to cinch the American Company.
Prices go up and down every few
days in an exceedingly crralic'maii
ner. At pitscnt the market is stilf
ening, but a reaction is expected
next io I;. The fluctuations are a
part of the battle against the trust,
advantage bnn taken of a rule re
garding prices and delivery recently
adopted by the local refinery in the
Sumu time ago the American Re
13 110 ; 1' .edits rules regarding
the jj.'c nut should be charged to
patella e. .. It had always been
the custom to sell the sugar at the
figures ruling on the day of delivery,
an not the day that the order was
given. Thus, if a thousand barrels
of sugar was ordered on Monday
and not delivered until Friday, the
purchaser would have to pay the
prices current on Friday, whether
higher or lower than those of Mon
day. When E. L. G. Steele retired from
the control of the American Com
pany, this rule was changed. It
was provided that the sugar should
be billed at Monday's prices if
ordered on Monday, and not accord
ing to the price of tho day of deliv
ery. This is where the opportunity
for the light comes in, both here
and in the East.
At the time that Claus Spreckels
cornered the raw sugar market and
gauged the trust, their refineries
were loaded up with orders, but
they had little or no raw sugar. He
had them at his mercy and shoved
up tho price all around, while tho
ti ust refiners had to fill their orders
at the prices current when they
were given. Ii many instances
they had to buy raw suar of Sprec
kels at C cents a pound, refine it
and sell it at tho same figures.
Their losses were heavy, and for
a week or so they carefully abstain
ed from accepting orders. Taking
advantage of tho situation, Frazer,
Harrison & Co., 15. C. Knight,
Spreckels and the outsiders gene
rally gathered in all tho orders they
could. They had plenty of raw
sugar, but know that before deliv
ery prices would go down. Iu this
way tlioy caught up plenty of liui
ness, tho jobbers were not affected
much aud tho trust suffered badly.
As soon as the trust refiners sec
ured some raw sugar, they com
menced to receive orders again,
Prices, in the meantime, had fallen,
and they offered to deliver sugar at
the low quotations. This was a
signal lor Spreckels to put up prices
once more, so as to compel the
trust to deliver more sugar at a loss,
JDATLY HULLDlto WEEKLY
They nro compelled to go to him
for their supplies of the raw article,
behaving control tof the nvailablo
j-aw sugar. This "little sea-sawing
game is bke'y to be carried on as
uuiu as mere is any ciuo.ee In .ny
the tru.t, which will bu until Miey
can gel sonic suyar from nbioud.
Tlieyaio mad, but they arc help
Since July HOlli sugar has ad
vanced neaily every ''iy, fin it
cii'iise being about ,', nl a i-i'i. !1
aiouml. YcsUldii tlnee h-Iv mh .
each of -J-cent, wcio mad.-, d i
d iy the market was buoyant, t.ilh
the chances favoring another rise.
Granulated sugar is 7 cents a
pound, with other grades of sugar
corresponding. Claus Spreckels
gets his raw sugar from Manilla for
about !; cents a pound, and as he
has 70,000 tons to be delivered in
San Francisco and New York his
alulity to squeeze the other side is
not questioned. Post.
The following extinct from a Bos
ton paper contains useful informa
tion and conveys u hint not. to limn
matches where rats can reach I'ipi.i.
Attention to a little O'lCei ' 'li.s
nature might prevent ihuUm.. .'.g of
a great blaze:
Fire-Marshal Whitcomb of Boston
has been recently experimenting
with rats aud matches shut, up to
gether in a cage, in order to ascer
tain whether they were likely to
cause fires or not. In the absence
of other known cause, frequent fires
have been ascribed to their agency,
while at the same time many tinder
wiiiers affected to scoff at the idea.
The question may however now be
ciuisidercd as settled. On the very
first night that Marshal Whitconib's
rats were left alone with the
matches four fires were caused, and
not a uay passed wuite the experi
ment was being tried that fires were
not started in this way. The rats
were well fed, but they seemed to
find something in the phosphorus
which they liked. It was noticed
that only the phosphorus ends
wi re gnawed, and in most instances
the matches were dragged away
fium the spot where they had been
TOO MUCH MENTAL STHA1N.
The Timberman says that one of
the saddest and most deplorable
features of the American character
istic is the over-anxiety for the ac
cumulation of wealth, which too
often seizes the enterprising citizen,
and hurries him along tho mad cur
icnt ol ambition, until the maelstrom
of destruction engulfs him.
Members of boards of tiado and
dealers in options are the class most
subject to this method of destruc
tion on the altar of mammon. But
not infrequently do men engaged in
legitimate industries, by too close
application or a too eager and earn
est desire to reach -the gaol of their
ambition, sacrifice themselves unin
luniiiiniilly on the alu.r of mammon.
While lumbermen as a class arc
unusually exempt from tho demands
of this American Juggernaut, yet
occasionally an im-timeo is presented
in their ranks where di-crotion is
ignored, and the sad results are em
bodied in a short newspaper item
announcing that the tension on the
mental calibre has been too severely
tesied, the tender cord is -.uappul
asunder, reason is dellnoncd, and
too Into comes the leabz.itiou by
those interested by the ti-? of con
sanguinity, that t.ithei aud husband
has met disaster on the lightning
train of business ambition.
That was a sad ..oplin . in
stance of a Maine lumbenn.i . a few
days ago, of unintentional self-sacrifice,
by a too severe application of
business energy, when the victim
w is just about 10 close up his busi
ness preparatory to letircnien' 5 and
the announcement of the uiMouune
closed by the remark that last Win
tor's operations were the most ex
tensive of his business career, and
that he was confined in the hospital
ior uic insane, insteau ot enjoying
tho modern residence which he had
just purchased. Alas, for the blast
ed hopes and blighted home, made
desolate by a too eager desire to
amass accumulations of gnin.
Tuesday, Sept. 11.
His Honor tho Chief Junticc looks
much benefitted by his vacation in
At a meeting of Pacific IIoso Co.
No. 1, neld last evening, it was de
cided to disband.
Several showors of rain fell early
this morning, and the weather is
much cpoled thereby.
A suni'itisn party was given to Mr,
C. F. Hornor, at tho residence of Mr.
Simouds, last evening,
TiiEiti: was a very largo and attrac
tive audience in tho House this
morning to hear tho bribery com
A new scboolliouso is to ho built nt.
Kipahulu, Maui, Mr. Atkimon, Inspector-General
of bchools, selected a
site lust week whilo on that iblanil.
Tin: store adjoining tho new candy
factory on Hotel street, has been
looted by a California wholesalo firm,
who will open an office" and iainplo
Thehe was a very laru'e attendance
at tho bund concert at. EmmaSquaro
last ovuninu', and tho musio was
thoroughly enjoyable. Encores wero
l.NioitMATiox, which is vouched for
as correct, has been locuiviM at this
office, that Mr. ',. Y. Squiies died at
V aialua yesterday, after a long and
painful illness, and was buried this
The driver of an express carrinuo
which received damages in a colli-s-ion
with a (biveinnient mule unit,
on l.ibh.i street, Miida.v,niys, "It's
no u-o bucking iujiiit.l .1 Govern
ment mule driven by a Government
On being asked this morning as
to the way" this matter stood, Cnl.
A sh ford answered that ho had not
yit icocivul his commission. lie
ail-!..', thai 1 he Cabinet hud placed
it in the King's hand for signature
aw oik ngo to-day. Ho was not
aware of the reasons for its not hav
ing been returned.
A man who lately served several
inontli8 at hard labor for keeping a
disorderly bouse on King street in
tho vicinity of Chinatown, was raided
in bis new quarters, near Palaco
Square, last night, and, with a female
companion, was hauled -in and charg
ed witli keeping a house of ill repute.
The two appeared beforo Judgo Day
ton this morning, and through their
attorney, Mr. J. L. Kaulukou, got
continuance until Thursday.
The "Japan Gazette" of recent
dale, contains tho following: A tele
gram, dated Peking 25111, states that
in regard to the restriction law
against tho Chinese emigrants issued
by the Hawaiian Government, tho
Chinese Government recognized the
action of tbo'formcr Government to
bavo originated at tho instigation of
tho I'otlugueso Government, and aie
about to demand an explanation
from the latter Government.
Wccncsday, Sept. 12.
The Legislature has adjourned and
most of the members have leturneil
One hundred years ago to-morrow
the Constitution of the United States
was formally adopted by Congress.
Hii. F. Schniorl who arrived by tho
S. N, Castle, says bo can cure leprosy,
and has made application to bo al
lowed to treat Kcanu, who has it.
Mk. Wishard of tho Libuo School,
Kauai, will take Mrs. Hendry's place
in the Fort street School, and Mr.
Gear, of the University of California,
will lie 0110 of the stall' of the last
Marshal Soper, accompanied by
Captain Hopkins, will start on a tour
of inspection to-morrow. A thorough
examination of the police force in
each difclrict will bo made and im
proved where advisable.
The "Advertiser" talks of having
received an answer to an advertise
ment three hours after the paper was
printed. That's nothing; a dog ad
vertised for in the Bulletin, walked
into the oilice three hours before the
paper came out.
A petition for probate of the will
of tho late Hon. S. G. Wilder, with
codicil, has been filed in the Supreme
Court, lions. A. F. Judd and W.
C. Wilder, and Messrs. C. L. Wight,
G. P. Wilder, and S. G. Wilder, are
named as executors. The petition
will bo heard October 2d.
Thursday, Sept. 13.
Tin: health of Minister Austin it,
Three marrinires will fntn nl-inn
beforo this month oxpiies.
SoMEiionv has walked of I with
"Harper's Weekly" fiom the Beaver
Messrs. G. K. Wilder and W. F.
Frcar are studying law with Mr. A.
Rev. E. C. Oggel, formeily of Ho
nolulu, is now Mipplyiug tho pulpit
at tho Presbyterian Chinch, Pullman,
A new sidewiilk has been, built in
front of the residence of Dr. Day,
corner of Fort and IJeretania streets,
which is a decided improvement.
"What's more ridiculous than a
man chasing his hat?" said a learned
professor, this morning, after a sharp
run. "If ho does not run fast enough
he will not catch it, and if ho runs
too fast he'll stop on it."
A dispute as to the exact time tba
tbo Hicks-Sawyer minstrel perforin
anco began at tho Opera House,when
they passed through hero several
WPok'R turn lulH ri'i!ilnfl o l,rf rr QOA
and there is a prospect of the affair
winding up with a tongue fight.
The U. S. Standard weight and U.
S. Standard measures, formerly used
by tho Governor, have been handed
over to the Marshal, to whose lot tho
regulating of scales and measures
has fallen. The weights graduate
from ono grain to 25 pounds.
On King street, justboyond Alapai
street, the other night, a drunken
man lying in flic middle of tho road,
escaped from being run over by a
skittish horse. AVhile a policeman
was being looked for and not ono
was seen until the Station House was
reached a hack came along, and the
driver recognizing tho drunken man
bundled him into his carriage and
dodged tho police, who were thcu on
the way out.
Friday, Sept. Id.
The Kinau wharf is being re
plankcd. Work on tho street railroad out on
King street is progressing.
Col. Z. S. Spalding will shortly
bavo an electric railroad on his plan
Aiiout forty scholars now attend
Miss Mossman's evening Bchool at
Qucon Emma Hall.
jjavid, omcor ot tno Police Court,
can take off a Chinaman's hat iu the
Court room quicker than anybody
Mu. A. M. Ilewott's offer of twenty
live por cent, ditcount on all pur
chases is creating a lively business
at his store
Mu. J. M. Vivas and Prof. Froitas
tiro said to bo tho Porttigucso candi
dates for tho position of official Court
Mr. aud Mrs. W. S, Luco will leave
on the next steamer for tho Coast,
The health of Mis, Luco demands a
change of air,
Waikiki bridge is becoming a
lavonto jiiomcnado for spoony
couples on moonlight nights. Thoro
iniibt bo a Lack(o)laml out there or a
peculiar charm about the bridge,
It, 1., MtfSS -10,
THE duck ahootlmr tiarf. Imt-n rn.
turned Irom Kooluu. They divided
into two ptuties. One party consist
ing of three hot 30 ducks, whilo tho
other, nine in number, canio h.,mo
Tin; keel for anew yaelr. to ho
built for Mopms. Henry Watcihouse,
J. T. Waterhousc, jr., Geo. Wilcox,
Luther Wilcox, L. A. Thurston, II.
P. Baldwin and others, by Sorouson
& Lylo, has been laid. This yacht
will bo of tlio same model as tho
King's, but larger.
Sattuday, Sept. 15.
Commenci.vo next Friday tho Bluo
Ribbon League will hold meetings
for men only in Brewer's warehouse.
The ofllcers of tho U. S. S. Alert
aro a jolly set. Sonlo of them wero
hero in '82 and aro well acquainted.
The lease of 102 acres of land at
Manoa Valley was sold at auction at
noon by Mr. J. F. Morgan, to Cap
tain Cluney for $450.
A half-white named Robt. Wake
man, formerly employed by T. II.
Davics & Co., died very suddenly last
Thursday from excessive use of alco
A 1'uni.isiiKR at "a dinnei in Eng
land recently gave tho following
toast: "Woman, the best work in
Creation 1 Tho edition is large, ami
every man should have a' copy."
A little tree-trimming is needed
on Bcretania street, along tho bus
route. In several places the over
hanging branches come in contact
with the lop of tho bus. Jim Sher
wood had a peregrinating newspaper
crawler perched up on the coach
last night, and embraced tho oppor
tunity to drive under ono of tbcie
branches The result was a miss
ing hat and a bald head.
Monday, Sept. 17
A fourteen-foot shark was caught
at Pearl River harbor on Sunday.
A trench or drain is being made
to relievo Aalaof water when it rains.
The treasurer of the trustees of
His Majesty isv now paying a divi
dend of ten per cent on tho face of
The widening of King street is in
The macadamizing of- King street
has reached the bridge on the lower
side of the street, and nearly that far
on the other.
In a radio for a horse and buggy
Saturday night a youthful clerk shook
the winning number, 40, which he
sold for $100.
The books of the Tax Assessor for
tho district of Kona, Oahu, will bo
open for inspection in the Kapuaiwa
building from Thursday next until
A mass meeting of Chinese was
held nt Kohala, Hawaii, Saturday,
the Sth iiiBt., and also at Lahaina,
ono itay last week. Both meetings
wore in regard to tho Constitutional
Amendment. As it was defeated,
peace and happiness reign supreme
among the Chinese at the above
' . '
Stun- Kaala from Waialua and Waianae
Bk Atalnuta, Anderson, 37 days from
Stinr O It Bishop from ICoolau
Stmr Waiiuanalu from Waimanalo
SclirLcahi from Haualei
Stmr W G Ball from Hawaii and Maui
Stmr Likellke from Maui
Schr Manunkawai from Koolau
Mini-Jus Miikee from K.ipaa
U S b Alert from Calhio
Stmr v okolil from Molokai
Schr Liholllio from Kiiuai
Stmr ICiuaii from Hawaii and Maui
Stmr Mikahala from Kauai
Stmr Lchua from Ilaniakua
Stinr Walalcalo from Kauai
Schr Jlille Morris from ICoolau
Bk Velocity from Hongkong
Stmr Pole from Kauai
for Molokai and Kuau
Stmr Kinau for Illlo and
4 ti m
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Leliua for Ilaniakua at 5 p in
Stmr Waialcale for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Iwalani for Lahaina and Ilamakua
at 10 a m
Stmr Jas Makco for ICapaa at 0 p m
Schrlvulamauu of Koholalelc
Stmr C It Bishop for Waianae, Waialua
aud Koolluu at 0 a m
Bktiio Eureka for San Francisco
Stmr Kaala for Waialua and Waianae at
0 a m
Star Likellke forKahului and Hana at
r p 111
Stmr Mokolil for Molokai at C p m
Schr Manuokawal for hoolau at 3 p m
For Maul and Hawaii per stmr Llko
llke, Sept 10 Mrs II P Baldwin. Mr
Kobhison, E M Walsh.Otis Wilder, aud
For Maul and Hawaii per stmr IC1
niiu, Sept 11 Miss UL Whig,Miss Clara
Low, S L Austin, 1) D Baldwin, Hon
WII Daniels, J 11 Bueyd Kynaersley,
Boa II Deacon, Hon P N .Makco, A
llaimeberg, Mrs Ostrom, T Ohtroin, J
It Benton, Mrs O Notlcy, Mrs G O
Akluo, Mrs L Ascu, V K Atwater anil
wife, HonJMaguirc and family, Miss
Daniels, Mr It M Ovcrend, MIbs ( ha
pln, Hon V Horner and wife, Mr Ilerlnj
and wife, aud f.O deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Sept
11 Miss II Davis, Xagarau Fernandez,
" " iouuuuig, jiijs .Aiiiiiauu auu
daughter, Misses Mary and Lizzie Fred
enherg, O Whito and wife, Miss E, J.
Shea, G Sutherland, J Pal, Di .11 Gross
man, aud 30 deck.
From a circuit of Oahu per stmr O U
Bishop, Sept 12 Mrs Lane, Miss Kaa.-,
Miss Theresa, L K Miioae, Mis J It
Holt, Miss Akaau am fivo deck.
From Maul aud Hawaii, per stmr W
G Hall, Sept H-Hon L MeCully, V
Peterson, W A Whiting, H Center, l)r
N B Emerson, Geo MeDougall, F W
Fehlbehr, Miss ..ay Baldwin, O Make,
.nuss v Tiirouton, .Misses Kiniuuika ('),
Mrs H Kulholuui. J P Lino mid '1 o.h.
dren, C hee, S II Davis, jr, Mr Kin
abia and 70 deck.
From Wniaiine aud Waialua per stmr
Kuala, Pope 14 "on II A Wld tnnnn,
nuiio v omini.', u linn, J no Deuloj,
who and family, iv Stcwait, wife aud 3
children, a lepers and 23 deck.
From Kali lul anil wayiioits per stmr
LLolllfe. Sept lo ls Ilaiimin. J Mu
Ku. zl.-. .Mini. Mis M S Kaleo, II Laws
O Paine, IVriol a. Mr V Wlllnlm
Geo llos, VI s CI ik, Mrs Achuel.
and 4 children. ,h Fan, Melo K'ama
koua and 2 children, A L C Atkinson,
- hec. 10 O White, r -beel, Mr White,
.1 O Carney, Iveolti Kiiluuokalaiii, Miss
Com, ,M DMiimariatatul seivant, May
Duncan Father Leonorc, Master Hose.
WU bus anil (iOdeek.
For . mi Franel.co per bktnc Eureka
Spt 15 W J hoisyth.
0111 llbo and way pi its per stinr
miiuu, oepi luin L.npl w nates, j
Lane, K ltycroft. It U Kycroft, MUs IC
Hughes. Mrs O E Heuson.Ciung Lung,
Chun Sing, Master A Dutin, Captll
Nlssen, wife and child, 11 S Jtlckard
and daughter, Master D Delauanx. W
R 1 uthbert, II It Maefarlune, L N Vct
leson, Mrs A Rosa, Mrs Addle Kupelo
and son, M Iss B Paneo, Masters P and
W Jiuctt, Win Hookuanul, .Mrs C Not
ify, Miss Mulllngen Miss E Hermann,
Hev Tlmoteo, Mrs Moku and 2 children,
J M Kaneaki.a and wife, Miss C FFInk.
ler, H011E 11 Bailey, Ottls Wllder,Mas
ter Sam Dowsett and 88 deck.
From Kauai and Nlihiiu, per stmr
Mikahala, Set 10th ItevJAlex Mackin
tosh and Mrs Mackintosh, Master A
Mackintosh, X Fernandez, Miss C Fer
nandez, Miss Julia Timer, Miss Fan
Say, C N Spencer, Dr M Grossman, P
Isenbcrg, jr, Mrs Ollpliant, II Dort
niond, W D Schmidt, H Wood, Miss II
Ku, C Brown, C Conradt, MSs M
Scholz, Emil Drclr, I! llaguns, A Mc
Brydc, A Thomas and 75 deck.
From ICilauea and Kapna, per stinr
Walalcalo, Sept 10 F Bertelmann,
Misses Bcrtclmaiui (3), Miss Johnson,
Miss Schrasch, aud 17 deck.
Cargoes iroiu Island Ports.
Bishop 300 bags rice.
Hall 100 bags awa, 17 bags coffee. 19
hides, and 4 pigs.
Makce 700 tigs sugar, C47 bgs paddy,
and 4 lulls 'hides.
Likellke 241 bags sugar, 2 horses, 1
mill roller anil 170 packages sun
dries. Sept 17
Stmr Kinau 9f 0 bgs sugar,' 00 pkgs
hides, 2f bales wool, i)0 bg-, spuds,
50 bgs ginger, horses and 135 pkgs
Stmr Mikahala 012 bgs sugar, 170 bgs
rice, 90 hides, 25 head of cattle and
Stmr Waialeale 1370 bgs rice.
Stmr Lehua 500 bg sugar and 28 lid of
The schooners Mol Wahhio and K;u
ikcaouli have received a thorough reno
vation. Sept 12-
Tho bark Atalauta, Capt A Andersou,
arrived this morning 37 days from Pu
gct Sound with 510,731 feet of rough
lumber, 05,573 feet of dressed lumber.
100,000 shingles, 45,100 latlis, and 20
spars for Wilder & Co. Tbc J talanta
h id calms aud light airs during the en
The bktner Eureka sailed for San
Fraucisco this afternoon wth 5,089 b-s
of sugar valued at $30,017.31
Capt Chaney of the stmr W G Hall
reported bavin sighted a bark off Ho
opulon, t'outli Komi. Hawaii. 1. st Tluii-s-
d.iy at noon steering for the southeast,
probably the Hawaiian b.uk Kalakaua
Irom Kawaihae, Hawaii, with cattle on
board for Tahiti.
Alterations are being made to the
dock-houses of the steamer Viva.
The Hawaiian bark Kalakaua, Capt.
CM. Henderson, sailed from Kawai
hae. Hawaii, on Tuesday evening, Sept.
11th, with 175 head of cattle on board
fiom Hon. Samuel Parker's ranch for
Tahiti for sale.
LUCAS -In this city Sept 12th, to the
wife of Charles Lucas, a daughter.
BARNES-At Wailuku, Sept. 14th to
the wife of Rev. W. II. Barnes, a
DURING my absence from the King
dom Mr. Tone Man Choong will
act for me in all business matters under
a full power of attorney.
Honolulu, August 27, 1881.
32 lw'l 51 3iw
Park Beach Hotel,
Opposite Kaplolanl Park, Waikiki.
The Finest, - ,
Bathing Place on the Island !
Elegant Booms, Gas fc Water in each.
Extensive Grounds, Well Shaded !
Tho Table Is supplied with the
best the market afford?.
Bowlinrr i ftM !
Full information given to tourists as
to tho best routes of travel, for scenery
and curiosities; also current rate for
horse hire anil guides oil tho other
Islands. Busses and Carriages will bo
furnished at special rates for excursions.
Busses and Baggage Wagons will meet
every steamer. Special rates for perma.
ment boarders. A Wagonette will be
provided for the use of gucBts at special
791 Proprietor. rsm
General Whipping Aeency nna For
elcu 1'arrolH I'.xpreuH.
Chlol Office, 23 Cannon St., London, E. C
Goods, Parools, Baggage, Etc, Etc,
Forwarded to and from all parts of
O. O. D. amounts of Invoices oollccted
in any counirv.
CT-TurlrTH orilatuM 011 Appllrntloii-6
General Ajjont? for Hawaiian lalnids,
J. E. BROWN and CO.,
00 38 Merchant Street. tf
HOW PILLS ARE MADE
TIU3 oustom of taking medicino
in the form of pills dates far
hack in history. The object is to
imfoli' us to sa low tasily iu a c n
denscd foiin ilisagreiable and min
ions, but very useful, drugs. To
what vast dimrnsinna n!ll.in1-i.,
has grown may ho imagined when
we sny that in England alone nhout
2,000,000,000 (two thousand mil
lion) pills aro consumed every year.
In early d'ayB pills were mndo slowly
by hand, as the demand was com
paratively small. To-day they aro
produced with Infinitely greater
rapidity by machines especially con
trived for the purpose, and with
greater accuracy, too, in tho prfl
portions of the various Ingredients
No form of medication can be
better than a pill, provided only it
Is intelligently prepared. But right
hero occurs the difllculty. Easy nf
it may seem to make a pill, or a
million of them, there.aro really very
few pills that can be honestly com
mended lor popular use. Most of
them cither undershoot or overshoot
the mark. As everybody takes pills
of some kind, it may be well to men
tion what a good, safe, and reliable
pill should be. Now, when one feels
dull aud sleepy, and has more or
less pain in the head, sides, and
back, he may be sure his bowels are
t-onsiipati d. and his liver sluggish.
To leinctly this unhappy state of
things there is nothing like a good
cathartic pill. It will act like a
charm by stimulating the liver into
doing its duty, and ridding tho
digestive organs of the accumulated
But the good pill does not gripe
and pain ua, neither does it make us
sick and miserable for a few hours
or a whole day. It acts on the
entire glandular system at the same
tune, else the after-effects of the
pill will be worse than the disease
itself. . The griping caused by most
pills is the result of irritating drugs
which they contain. Such pills are
harmful, and should never be used.
They sometimes even produce
hemorrhoids. Without having any
particular desire to praise one pill
above another, we may, neverthe
less, name Mother Seigel's Pills
mauufactured by the well-known
house of A. J. White, Limited, 35.
Fatringdon Road, London, and now
sold by all chemists and medicine
vendors, as the only one we know
of that actually possesses every
desirable quality. They remove the
pressure upon the brain, correct the
liver, and cause the bowels to act
with ease and regularity. They
never gripe or produce the slightest
sickness of the stomach, or any
other unpleasant feeling or symp
tom. Neither do they induce fur
ther constipation, as nearly all other
I'm, uu, .ua a iurtuer ana crown
ing merit, Mother Seigel's Pills are
covered with a tasteless and harm
less coating, which causes them to
resemble pearls, thus rendering
them as pleasant to the palate as
they are effective in curing disease.
If you hare a severe cold and are
threatened with a fever, with pains
in the head, back, and limbs, one
or two doses will break up the cold
and prevent the fever. A coated
tongue, with a brackish taste in the
mouth is caused by fou.1 matter iu
the stomach. A dose of Seigel's
Pills will effect a speedy euro.
Often-times partially decayed food
in the stomach and bowels produces
sickness, nausea, &c. Cleanse the
bowels with a dose of these pills,
and good health will follow.
Unlike many kinds of pills, they
do not make you feel worse before
you are better. They are, without
doubt, the host family physic ever
discoveied. They remove all ob
structions to the natural functions
in either sex without any unpleasant
cffeets. jan. 13.83.1
Steam Works, Sunny South,
Tele.: Bell 186, Mutual 245.
Depot, 2B Merchant Sheet,
Teto.: Bell 172, Mutual 360.
Patent Glaus Valve Bottle's.
CAPACITY 1,000 DOZEN PER DAY.
The only English Apparatus making
Ginger Ale, .
And Pure, Strong Effervescing
erOrders delivered to any part of
the city. Island orders solicited. 88 tf
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