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Office ov the Boakd of Health,)
Honolulu, Sept. lb, 1888. 5
Sealed tenders will be lecoivcd at
the O flic i of the Board of Health
until SATURDAY, September 29th,
1888, at 12 o'clock- immi, for the
trnnHpitrtution nf lepers tird height
from Honolulu In Kislutipii'in, lhhtittl
of Molukni. Sim iie to begin on or
about November 1, 1888, n nil to con
tin tie for ono year tln'iofiom.
'Ponder should peeify whether
the herviee will bo by Mtiling U'ssel
01 by Klemnei, 1111111111 the vessel;
uIm the fate foi eneh iastenger;
chaise per ton of fioibt and per
1000 feci of Hnnboi, m n 1 tilternn
tivo bid of a lump sum 1 cm- month
Tor doitiu all the businc s of the
Board, male in j; one tiip ! Molokai
The Board of Health docs not bind
itself to accept the lowe.-t or any bid.
SpeeifieatioiiH and let'iiiremcut.
can be .eeu at the OHiee of the
Board of Health.
V. (i. ASIII.KY,
Secietary oi the Ito.ud nt Health,
Department or Education.
An c..uniiiiUjin of Honolulu
teachers holding oeitjluvlo under
one year, and ul.11 0 ii-pirautu for
teacher'." plae.es will be bold at Port
Street School, on 1'Ytdny nfteinoon,
Sept. 21i-t, fioiu I! to ti r. t., and on
Satunhiy, Siiit. 22nd, eoiwmencing
at 9 A..M.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Inspector-General of Schools.
BISHOP & Co., BAXlvERS
Honolulu, Jlt.wn.iian iblunrlr.
JJraw KiftUanci) on tiie
JcStiulc o Osi.inViiis.., fe. t
Sail tiieir agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. iM. Rothschild & tjon, LondoD
Thy Oommvreial Runic Co., of Sjdliey,
l'he Commercial U.iuk Co.. of Sydney,
The Hank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Ulirisietnirch, and ellington,
The Jiault of ltriti.slt Columbia, Vic
toria, ,'J O., and 1'orlliuid, Or.
Tnn.icl i or.iiCiat ituakliK ii-slUi-Si.
if . VI n
Pledged lo neitlier Aul nor Party,
Hut established tor the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, SKIT. It), 1888.
HEW PACIFIC STEALERS.
Mr. G. W. IVIucfarltine has advis
ed his firm, from San V. inciseo, of
tho sailing of tbc new su -! steamer
San Mateo from London .iu Hong
kong for this poit, con-ji.viied to (J.
W. Macfarlane & Co. The San
Mateo ib 2U00 tons iogi-.ter, and will
be placed under the Hawaiian Hag
after arrival here. She will be fol
lowed by tlncc more powerful steam
ers of the bamc class all under the
Hawaiian Hag, to be employed in
the Pacific tiade, by the I'acilic Im
The news in
legnrd to sugar is
that raws remain at C cents. Ke
nned sugars have advanced until
granulated stood at 7J cents. It was
believed in Ran Francisco that the
American Refinery Company would
be very short of supplies before the
new crop from these islands v.otild
The Watsonvillo Beet Factory
was to start woik about the 17th
inst. Colonel Spreckols who had
just returned from the East when
the Australia luft entertains confi
dent expectation that UiK enterprise
will prove a success fiom the begin
ning. The beets that are being
grown for him have been analysed,
and are found to contain a higher
percentage of sugar than he had
ventured lo anticipate. Thus en
couraged tho Colonel is already
looking out for sites for other facto
ries iu California. There is eery
probability that the production of
beet sugur will become one of the
leading industries of Iho Slate, since
it is confidently expected that after
paying a good profit both lo farmer
and refiner this sugar can be placed
on tho niaiket in the rcllned statu
for $80 per ton. For the present
year the estimated yield of beets
item iho 3,800 tcr:a which hare
been planted to supply tho Watson
villc factory will ho 20 tons per
aero. These 30,000 tons of hoots will
yield about 0,000 tons of sugar.
The price of beets to tho factory is
$1 pur ton.
There hud been heavy rains mid
floods in Europe, doing extensive
ilnmnge to the beet crop there, unci
a considerable shortage from the
normal production ot sugar a certain.
LETTER Of THANKS.
Stu: I have the honor to ac
knowledge the K-cipt of a en tilled
check on the l'acllic Bank of San
Franeueo for the sum ol Three
Thousand Dollars., (S".,0i0.00) same
being for amount ot insuianeu on
the life of the late Homy J. Hart.
1 beg to thank ihc P.icilio Mutual
Life Ins. Co. of California, through
vou their agent, for their prompt
ness in adjusting and paying this
claim, as the corrected pi oofs were
sent to San Francisco on the 28th of
August, and the check for the full
u moil u I was leceived here on the
18th inst., i. c., by return mail.
Signed A. J. Cahtwkiout,
Executor Estate II. J. Hart.
I. W. Laini:,
Agt. I'aeilie Mutual Life Ins.
Jo. of California.
Honolulu, Sept. 1!), 1888.
OUR LOS ANGELES LETTER.
Our "Garden City" is enjoying a
fair degioc of prosperity, although
this is tho dull reason of the year.
A number of hotels and lodging
houses are nearly completed, ami
thousands of pleasure seekers and
invalids will come from the Eastern
States as soon as cold weather ap
proaches. Their arrival this year,
however is not expected until after
the Presidential election, as the
voters will not wish to Jose their
ballots by being absent from home.
Meetings have been held in this
city by eacli of the political parties,
the friends of Harrison and Morten
rallying with gicat enthusiasm.
Among other improvements a
long lino of cable railroad is in pro
cess of construction, and the greater
portion of it will be in operation
about New Year's. This will bo a
more popular mode of conveyance
thflti open horse cars, during the
rainy season, and the cable system
nffordsi moie lapid transportation.
We also have an eleetiic railway,
which is quite successful. The cars
run easily, with a slight vibratoiy
thrill, but there is no danger of
magnetising valuable watches. Even
if this should 000111' in any instance,
it would be a matter of little conse
quence, as our jewelers are now pro
vided with dc-mngiietisiiig machines,
and the process costs but a tiille.
Although Los Angeles is situated
a few miles inland, we have three
splendid benches on the coast, and
htindieds of 0111 citizens visit them
frequently dining the waim weather.
The average tcmperatuie at noon,
lor the pJst two weeks, has been 82
degrees in the shade: and the high
est point, reached on one day only,
was !U. At the beaches the aver
age temperatuie is 70.
The present permanent population
of Los Angeles i-, eM minted at 88,
000, and a new city directory has
been published. There aie about
2,500 Chinamen, who are generally
neaceable and industtious. Preju
dice against the Chinese is not 'so
extreme as in San Fianciseo, and
two of our chnrcchs are zealously
engaged in missionary labor-, among
the heathen population. Many of
the Chinese have been quite suc
cessful in trade, and some of them
are seeking lo acquire a good Eng
AH of our people have a most
favcuable impicisiou of the Ha
waiian Islands, and we should be
very glad to see an incieasc of 00111
meieial iclations between the two
countries. Our physicians aie gen
erally ot the opinion that the tiopi
cal climate in your lovely kingdom
will lelieve many invalids who find
little improvement even under the
sunny skies of California.
A. B. W.
Los Angeles, Sept. (i.
J'er S. S. AttHtraliu.
rough! dates to
Following is a
A Chinese lestrietioii bill, provid
ing for lestrictinn in its broadest
sense, had been passed. This was
prepared by the Administmtion or
under its auspices, ami was hurried
through Congiess by the inlluenco
of Piesident Cleveland. The os
temibe causo c this was a rumor
which reached Washington by cable
from England that the Emperor of
China had n fused to sign the new
tieaty, but the IJepublieans declare
it to have been meiely a political
inoxi to influence the elections. As
a matter of fact, however, the Km
pet or had not signed tho tieaty up
to the date of the latest cable' ad
vices fiom I'ekin, although ho had
not positively decided not to sign
It. The question had been formally
poblpoucd for further consideration.
Tills course has no doubt been in
duced by the demand of certain
British Colonies that England should
beck to make a treat' with China ou
the same lines.
On September 8th( nt It 60 p( in.
a Arc (tatted on Main otrcet, be
tween Howard and Mission, San
Francisco, and before it could bo
got under control soma five hours
Inlet ncarl.t live blocks wero con
sumed. Sovetal vessels had a nar
row escape. Tho buildings burned
were neatly all of wood. The loss
is estimated at close on to $2,000,
000 with scaicely any itisuiance.
The U. S. revenue cutter Bear ar
rived in San Fiancisco, September
Gth, with 100 whalers on board,
rescued from a tertiblc disaster in
the Arctic, which resulted In the
loss of the whaling barks Flcetwiug,
Captain 11. M. Gilford; Mary and
Susan, Capt. L. C. Owen ; Young
Phienix, Captain M. V. B. Millard ;
and the schooners Jane Grey, Cap
tain W. II. Kelley, and Ino, Cap
tain N. Wagner. The vessels were
lost at Point Barrow during a terri
An attempt was made September
7th nt St. Louis to rob the giave of
Hugh M. liiook.-t, alias Maxwell,
w ho was hanged for the murder of
Prcller. Four men were discovered
by the watchman digging in the
grave shortly after midnight, and
had already half accomplished their
task w hen they were frightened away.
The following day i woman who had
become infatuated with Maxwell
established a special guard at the
grave, paying for it from her own
A fire broke out In the toy ware
house of I'liccr & Co., South Sharp
stteet, Baltimore, Sept. 2d. An
explosion of fireworks wrecked the
building, and seven firemen were
buried beneath a mass of debris.
The total number of cases of yel
low fever, at Jacksonville. Fla., to
Sept. 10th, was G;t2 ; total number
of deaths, 78.
Mr. Bowcll, the Canadian Minis
ter of Customs, declares that the
letaliation policy proposed by Cleve
land would greatly stimulate Cana
dian industries and is, in fact, just
what Canada wants.
Tim will pf the late Charles
Crocker was filed August 20th in
San Francisco. Tliedocuincnt,wbich
is quite voluminous, is dated M'iy
2, 1S87, and disposes of an estate
valued at $25,25l),Cf!7.C().
Berthold Greeubaum, ex-Consul
lo Samoa, has sued his former em
ployers at Chicago, for $10,000 for
false arrest. They charged him
with embezzlement and he was ac
quitted. The laigest irrigation project in
the I'nited States is on foot on the
Mexican and San Diego county
British Columbia proposes to for
tify San Juan Island, in the straits
Seveial men were injured by a
railroad collision near Lima, O.,
Thurmau bad ai ranged lo address
a mass meeting in New Yoik but
wnen ne laceit mo audience lie al
most fainted, and was in the end
obliged (0 letire. It is said that the
chances arc that he will be dead be
fore the campaign is over.
Seven persons were injured by an
accident on an electric street-road
at Pittsburg, Aug. 29lb.
'I beie wac- little doubt that Con
gress would adjoin n without pass
ing anv taiiff bill whatever.
Mystic Lodge, No. 2, K. of P.
0Z2&S TUKmplifh-d Knight
Vr-afe-A'A !!"lU l" ''o con
( jvsM for til THI-. (We-lne-fj&rp
if l.b.O IV NMNU. hj Hie
1 vth&i-Aki "Team." Oiliu l.occ-,
-?&.' No. 1. m.d vIMilnjr
ViSStfitrt Knvli's irn; invited lo lie
1 it order of llu- '". C.
Z. K. MYKKS,
COlt K. ! 11. A. s.
-- .-, O NH'KLV
icSSli Bicmn strew.
Apply Ro tl
A.I. OAUTWBIOHT, Treasurer of
the TiuMecH of llis Abijcsiy's
K-tato, will iy a dividual on calling
at hid o'Jicc
Honolulu, Sept. Ifi, I8S3 47 lw
ALL porbiinn un l.creliy cautioned
a irni si giving my on, Uenrge
tUcxumlcr Hlee, ai.y umlit on my uc.
count niter thi- thee
Honolulu, Sept. 17, 18;S. -JH !h
rpilfi Chhics'j (alenlar motii1., Chi
JL uefcu Auuust iatli,iio h av u moon
birtl day, Ohl'fMt In th-t vodil will
I rav M oouliglit, all Olibumin will pr-iy
and' lire cnieterj from 7 to II p m , iu
Hi Piiiilish month of Fcieniln r 19, SS.
10 !H h'AM YUNO.
A QUANTITY of MToml.hind Hope,
ull sl.et ; fltiiiublo fur hauline, lines
and geiii'ial running jrctir for steiimeis
or sehooni'r. Aim, old Canvas Siils,
biilta'ib! for Kuningx or rovorbn; for
outside lufresbnieni hiiuuU. Apply
'10 at Klngftiei't.
AH SUNG, doing Inifcincss under tho
lirm iiiuiie of Ycu Hop, In lloio.
lulu. mnd nn Mfcl(!iiiii('iit to Ilymiiu
Ilroa. this 12th dny i,f trpteuiber All
crctlitof-of the etntu mo requested lo
pieueni iliuir claims within U0 dajt, mid
ull Indebted niUbi multii imnifdiuiu set
tlcnitnt. IIVMAN BROS.,
Assignees of tho Kstato of Ah Buhl'.
Honolulu, fc-ept. !'., 1S88. 40 lw
Auction Sales by Irals , tjvej,
By order of F lhurlsou, Bsq., I will
'sell at Public Auction, at my Sales-
1 00111s, Queen stieet.
On FRIDAY, Sept. 21, 1888,
AT IS O'CLOCK SlllOSi,
Tlal DesiriG HAinci !
Shunted ou the corner of Lunnllln and
Victoria streets, and adjoining the
residence of r. N. 8. Mich.
The Lot bus a frontage of 1J0 ft on
Luualllo St., and vfiO f i on Victoria Pt.
and containing -18-'00 acie. Water Is
laid ou throughout thu piemlc , and
the grounds are well planted with trees.
2 Dwelling Houses !
Containing a Booms each, with
Stable and Out-hunse ,
Premises are well fenced. The sltua
tlon of thlspropeity Insuieagood tlr.iln
ugo and commands an extended 'view
from Diamond Head to the Wulanac
The above offers one of the fcy op-
poitunlties to procum a ilunlrablo resi
dence, pleasantly located.
The Hum of S'-'.OOO can remain ou
mortgage for 1 year at ! per cent.
DEEDS AT PURCHASER'S EXPENSE.
For futher paitieulais apjily to V.
HairUou, l'ii., or to
Aiim ' nicer.
MACIH'.K for .-In Ibm Colic-.
A y on- linvbiir mi.' f-Tsilo or
nblu ami i liiir t in iUc i'i c, ;ili'.t-' ml.
dnsr. t ii' tllleu AH if
SITUATION by a Young M in, as '
!-ali-inin in a moh, oi- Ai'ci.iui. I
taut in the city or country, or on n i
pliiiitatlor. Is willing to be gcueially i
usellil. A sitii.'ilioti moie an object I lout I
sa'a . Ailibe--.. liVM.K'lli Olllcc. 49 r I
Vflliiolilo Baal ffatatQ
I UllLLl J1U JLLMUJ. JJKHUIU.
Just Arrived and
-Ak.11 tlio way from
5 B lss
Per S, S. Australia,
At The Beaver Saloon
II. J. NOIriJ, IVniii'lotor.
THE PEOPLES' PAPER-TJe
X Daily Bulletin SO cts per month,
cca 2r iff- a ? UfiA i-2
t 111 $h xfi cro
iiintloii Sale tij Jsmts f. Morgan,
Yalualile Real Estate.
By oulcr of S. Mngnin, Esq , t will sell
nt Publln Auc'inii, nt my Sales-
tcom, Q icen itieel,
On FRIDAY, Sept, 24th, '88
AT It) O'CLOCK SOON,
Tl.c follow itii! I'eserlbtd Property:
Win i ilooinnh n Dntv
On Xiinniiu Vallpy Itonil,
Nearly opposite Mr. F. A. Schat'fcr's
residence, eontiiinlng an area of 2 70.100
acre?. There Is a
Two-Story Building !
On tbc 1' vmli:s, containing 7 llooms,
with Rllt hen, 1'iuitrlt.B, Uluscts, Bath.
ro'im mid all coiivcuicncc', together
with t-Hablc, Uarns, Servant's Houses,
clo , etc.. etc.
' he PriitilEcs Iihvc been lately oectt.
piul by Mr O. N. Spmeer, and lornicrly
ny ,tir a o. i;imvvrtgut, jr., nnu Air.
The sitimtion of this Lot commands a
line rlew of Nmi'iiu Yalley and the
I'm tics wishlnj; to Inspect the Pre.
mUiH can (In so ou application lo tho
man nt the plncu
Also, iu the same time nnd place 1
That Certain Houselot
On Itcretnnln Street,
Adjoining the (Commercial Saloon, with
15 ildiuiis, etc., (tc,
The dolhabn frontage of -15 S-10 feet
on her tiuil i stiuel and is about Hi feet
deep; mi, Sll'i tpiatc feet.
Ti etc is a lloti-e on the Lot, contain
nig o Roo a-; also a
caily New, with Bathhouse, etc.
Pri'tnises hip nt tiresent occupied by
Mi. (Jin man, vrh.o hint the right to re
main there till August 31, 1800
Eg?" for the convenience of pur.
chasers, two thirds of the purchase
money can remain on mortgage at 8
per cent per annum.
J AS. P. MORGAN,
For Sale at the,
t. XjoiiIsj, On Ice.
FOB SAN FJIANOISCO,
Will lcavo Honolulu for tho aljore
Tuesday, Sept. 25,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
HE DAILY BULLETIN-The
moat popular paper published
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A COMPLETE LINE OF
Ladies', Gouts', & Gliilflrens' Bains Suits,
Also, Ladies' Black
On Account of Re
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE,
BOOKS, STATIOIERY & FAICY HOODS
Plush Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
In Plush it Leather; Iti-qxu, GIiibs & Pnritin Wnrc, Opera &
Mnrinu Glasses, Telescopes,
IWCiisic Boxes, Toys, Books, Albums,
And other thilifts too numeioua lo mi'iition. All the above
CIoodH will be ollt-ied nt the
LOWEST PRICES EVER ftUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
fljWThe above Goods are New,
been imported ex lecciit uirivals and
ECS15 ojPiEisr DB'vjoaiN'iwcs-s -a
W. H. GRAENHALGH
IOC XvL Street, Xlonoliilit.
82T BARGAINS -J
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than evt-r before. New invoice of
S1LF-HAKDWAE, PLOWS & GEE MERCHANDISE.
IVoveltieH nnd Fancy GooiIh, In JLni-fjc Variety.
MRS. M. B. CAMPBELL,
Xi,esBJiinlcliiK'. Ar... tSro.,
Hits commenced the business of Dre'F
muking, (JtitliuR anil fitting, tit lieriesi
dence, No '3 Berelami htrect, oppn'-ite
the Hotel. The putt I'li-ij of tin Indies
is respectfully soliciteil. r.i fiiclion
ONE line Milch Cow,
price, $12o. A-.pty
at the Bulletin Olllcc.
i) I 8ld ouw
FOR SALE or L.ET
TIIE House aud Lot on
Iicretnnia street next to
Mr. John Kna'a on tho west;
large lot runs from Beretunia to Young
strict. House coutnina put lor, dining
room, three larjic bedrooms, kitchen
bath-room and out-houses Inquire of
111 tf W. C. WILDER.
A HOUSE on School street
near the wooden lirltlcc,
containing Ave rooms, besides
billiard. room, bathroom, kitchen and
pantry. Also carriage house and stables
for two horses. Apply to
E. W. JORDAN,
At Waterliousn's Port-street Store.
Building Lots Long:
IiUVE minute.' walk from
A I'ost Ollice. Th.lityl.otp,
each about HO feet MHiarc.
Low teims. Apply to
GONSALVES & CO.,
SALE of CATTLE
rpiIERE will bo told 300
JL head of Cuttle, con.
sisting of excellent Milch
Cows, Steers, Heifers and
Calves, at Boyd's Cattle Pen, ut Manna
will, Kalltia, Koolnupoko,
On Sulurday, Sept. 22, '88,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOO.V.
MRS. BEKE STONE.
THE DAILY BULLETIN Is live
X evening paper. 60 cents per month.
wL jUjyi A
Diamond Dye Hose
Fict - li and of the Latest Design, having:
were selected expiessly for the trade.
V7 OULD like engagements to go out
' ly the day to sew Inquire 182
King street. 44 iw
VTY olllcc will be closed from Septeni.
i'J- l-'T 22nd to October 27th, during
ltiv iibsciicc Irot'i the Kingdom.
M. K. GROSSMAN,
30 tf Dentin, us Hotel st.
DURING my absence from ihe King,
dom the Hon. W. F. Alien will
act for mo under a full power nf attor.
ney in all private mutters, and also in
all estutes In which I am assignee or
"pent. W. C. PARKE.
Honolulu, August 2r, 1888. 2ft 2m
Road Wagon, nearly
m. new. I'rlce. 75: cost.
$U0u, Also, 1 Becond.hand t'tirom Bil
Hard Table, complete and iu good re
pair. Inquire of
45 lw J. p. BOWEN.
FOR RENT or LEASE
'TMIE House near the corner
-L of Ucretauia and Piiltoi
streets at prebent occupied by
Malcolm Brown. Possession given Octo.
her 1, 1888. Apply to
At Recorded Olllce, Gov. Bulldln-.
St. RAPHAEL WINE !
Of Valence, France. f
An eicellcnt tonic and highly-rceom.
mended by physicians ns buch In cases
of intermittent fever nnd in the varied
foruiB of debility as well as scrofulous
and cancerous affections, often caused
by blood poUoniiur, and particularly in
passive hemorrhage aud in obstinate
IN CASES OF 1 DOZEN BOTTLES EACH
tsr arort sale -t
At F. A, SCHAEFER & CO.'S
TFYOU WANT A SITUATION
X advortlso in the Daily Buumih.
V kJcji" w&-;