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llmolulll. lUWAtUll Till- Hit.
Untile ol OnlHofuie, . fc
A.utl their a I'utij Id
NEW VOnK, UOSTO HONti KOIJll.
Messrs. K. M Holhsi. id & lie i, London
The Ooninn.rcial Hank Co., o Syduey,
Tho Cnmiuitoltd JIhiiI. Co.. o. Sydney,
Tho Uaukof 'New Kuul.-uiU: Auckland,
OhsUtelniroli, 'iii'l Wi'llin; ton,
Tho Bans of British Colnm .in, Vlo
tori a, 11 0., and IVltm-i r
Tills morning, at 3:30 o'clock,
the llnwniiun Bund Wed Into tho
l'on (JttU-c uml tiiKii rr po-tiioii on
I the veranda on the Hi si Hour, dw
! coursed excellent nuilu lor over an
hour the strains of Wiieli floated
thiough banks and business houses
and even out to sen. There was l
scarcely a business man in town who
did not enjoy the music, mid the in-'
qiigurntipti of morning band con
certs for their benefit is tin acknow
'F YOU WANT A SEI'.VANT,
. mlvurtlM in tin W ii II i l I.TIn.
re 1 1 i;
I'Udjrcd to neither Sect 7ior Jtriy,
Jin I established for the benefit of alt.
THURSDAY, SKPT. i'0, IhBS.
ALOHA TO THE BAND.
l'rofessor II. l'.erger, Handninslor,
and the Hawaiian Hand, take their
annual x.icatmu fioni this evening
lo the l.itli t ni'M month. The
concert .u liic ll.i.iiin Hotel this
evening will lie tln-ir valedictory.
Tlieir term of iv.t will lie a week
sliorter this year than usual. Of
course, w-e diall mi-,- lhe Hand, and
will pioh.ilily learn during the three
weeks .uuiun in appiei-inte the
tuusic inure lully on it- letttrn. The
open an conceit- furni-.li to large a
portion of the public enjoyment,
that even their temporary absence
creates ti felt blank ; hut, nobody be
srrtidnes .Mr. Homer and his hoys a
little rest, for they have earned and
deserve it. Everybody admits that
the. Hand has iullilled its duties elli
ciently and faithfully, and will be
delighted to welcome it back again
at the close of the vacation. Aloha!
Xigcl Jnclcon, son of C'npt. CL
E. G. Jackson, wu tried lor petty
larceny in San Francisco. August
:Mtli. The police caught him steal
ing "Examiners" from doondeps.
lie confessed that he had been in'
the habit of stealing the papers and
selling ilium at the water fiont. A
letter was tend in Court ftoin the
boy's father, which et forth that
KiV,el was a bad boy whom lie had
been unable to eontiol, and he
wanted him punished. He was of
no use at home. Judge Lnwlor or
dered the boy into the care ot the
Hoys and Girls Aid Society.
SUPREME COURT IH CHAMBER
THE NATIVES DECREASING.
A gentleman who has lecently re
turned from several weeks ol travel
on the inland of Hawaii, remarks
that he was deeply impressed with
the evidences he had met of the
poveity of the native people and of
the rapid decrease of the Hawaiian
race. The lands have largely pass
ed out of the hands of its former na
tive owners, and the latter retain
little or nothing of value as an equi
valent. Money i extremely scarce
among tliem. Many localities which
but a very few years tigo were quite
populous with native-., aie now
mainly occupied by otlur and for
eign races. While the latter have
increased the former have lecreascd.
The native- McKen am, die and
The ohseivalioiis of this gentle
man with regard to Hawaii, would,
we ,:believe, apply equally to any
other island ot the ginttp. Any
observant person travelling through
almost any ot the country disWict-.,
after an interval of tin ee or lour
years, cannot fail to notice the di
minution in the native population.
It is asserted by some that in pio- buslerers let
J ' w ...ill I, .11
portion to the deciease in the coun
try distiicts, so is the incicase in
Honolulu and other popular centres.
There is no evidence to prove that
this is correct. Indeed, it is palpa
bly wide of the trutl'i. There is no
doubt that the deerciie has not been
stem'med, hut is still going on. The
fact is not a pleasant one, but noth
ing js gained by denying or disguis
ing the truth. Hotter accept the
truth, and set about to asceitain if
anything can be done lo turn the
tide. This is a greater and a nobler
work than any and all material advancement.
BUFOUU PULSION J.
Wr.i)XL-i)AY, Sept. 19.
In re gtiaidianship of Joseph
Sniilli and three othets, minor clnl-
dten ol Kaka and Antone Smith.
Iv.ika, on petition was appointed
giiai dinn ot the childien under a
bond of SI 00. The appoint nient
was for the purpose of settling some
property in the Azores.
In the matter of the estate of
Itohcit Mitchell of W.iilnkn, Maui,
deceased. Petition of 11. A. Widc
niann, executor named in the will
for probate of tins will, for letters
testamentary lo be issued to him
self, etc. Ordered that will be ad
mitted to probate, and that letters
testamentary be issued to II. A.
Widciiiaiin under $7,000 bond.
A. Hosa for petitioner; petitioner
II. A. Wideniann in person.
11. llackfeld & Co. vs. Alexander
Pllugcr et al. Hill for the convey
ance by minors of the legal estate in
lands." Plaintiff's oral motion for
the appointment of a guardian ad
litem for the defendants, all minors.
Ordeied that W. A. Whiting be ap
pointed guardian ad lilenijfor minors!
that service upmi him will be good
service and that the time for appear
anco is extended to ten days after
service upon-the said guardian.
F. II. Hatch tor plaintilts; n
appearance of or lor defendant.
fcUj ol lotiniige, mid nights luive
gone up.fater than wheat itself.
Five Kngliahineu sidled foi Zanzi
bar Sept. nh, on an (xpediliou to
ami oh tor Stanley. Lieut. Swayno
ot the Dritish Army, la in cluuge,
and neaily eight hundnd hired
natives are wailing for the party at
Seven old wooden warehouses nt
Steinwutde, Hamburg, containing
cotton, rice, sugar, aud sakpeter,
valued at 7.000,000 ni.uks, burned
August 2l'lh. S's persons perished
in the ilaitio.
It is reported a company of
Ftench and Russian capitalists have
foi tiled an organization to construct
a cniinl from the Caspian to the
Hlack sea. Tho estimated cost is
Advices from Loren.o Ilnrquez, a
Portuguese town in Africa, say a
mutiny has broken out among the
soldiers of the gairison. Mariners
were landed fioin the war ships to
quell it. Fighting ifi expected.
An Imperial decree has issued,
ordeting tliu Austrian army to bo
incnnscd by fifteen new batteries
of aitilleryand four new companies
of ltosniaii infantry.
At Taninbrzeg Galieia, Austria,
Aimim IJlUh, o0 houses were des-tn-vd
bv lhe, and 2p0 families are
homeless'. The loss is 2,500,000
Sir W. A. White and the Count
ol Montebello, English and French
Einbas-adors, have made a collec
tive demand upon the Porte to sign
the Suez Canal convention.
The German Government has sent
a note to England requesting that a
settlement of the Niger dispute be
There aie rumors ol a split in the
Carlist parly in Spain.
It is reported that Princess Cle
mentina of Belgium is to be betioth
ed to the Crown Prince of Italy.
The Sugar Bounties Convention
has. dually adjourned.
Phillip Henry Gosse, F. R. S.,
the English naturalist, is dead,
aged 78. '
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Unction Sales by James F. Morgan. ' Auction Sals by Jdincs F. Sorbin.
AUCTION SALE AUCTION SALE
,, , mi.-. Zi,su&0y&JW?.iZ
;- ts W El li
"sm ? Pit
YalnaMs Real Estate! ! YalnaWe Real Estate.
By nuleiMif P Hiuilon, Esq., I will
sell at Public Auction, at my Salcs-
looins, Queeu street.
On FRIDAY, SiDt. 21, 1
AT J!i O'CLOCK SOOS,
That DssifiB BbsUsiigb !
Situated on the copier of Liuialllo and
Victoria Ftieets, and aOjolnlng the
lcsldenco of r. X. d. Miens.
The Lot has a frontage of HO It on
Lunnlllo St., and fcCO ft on Victoria St.
and containing 1S-UK) acre. Water K
laid on Uiroughotit the pieiulse. ami
tlicgiunds are well planted with tieeJ.
2 Dwelling Houses 1
Containing 5 llnoius each, with
Stable and Out-luiu-e-.
Premlies aie vti'll feiiwd. The ltila
tlon of tlit- propel ty liiMiusgnod ibnln
age and eoiiiinaiiil'. mi cNlvinleil view
from Olamonil Head to the Wahuiac
The above offers one of the f.-w op
portunities to ptoeuic a de-hable resi
dence, pfea-antly located.
The sum of $'.'.00(1 can lemaln on
mortgage for 1 year at ! per cent.
Late Mm Hem.
J'cr iS. .S. .ins' rutin.
I'he London 'Standard'
Or SATURDAY, Sept. 22nd,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. 31..
t His I'aciue Stuil Ytharf, 1 will sell
ut Puhlic Auetiun of whom it
111:1 euneuri-, abuut
1 200 bbls of Cemeni
Slaili It. tV Mnrlc V.
DEEDS AT PURCHASERS EXPENSE.
1'or father particular-- apply to P.
Hnrrison, Emi., or to
J AS. P. lHOIK.AT,
A. e i mei'i.
A MACHINE foi -)e-
!! It Coll'ei .
A -, one Inr. lax Olu f.-i sile or
ahle ami i.linfc' t
(In sj.t his office.
m n.e in e, pie.t
Hv oider f P. Mneuln, Ku, I will sell
ct 1'ilMlr Aue miii, nl tn ti-des
iioni. Q ecu ittiet,
On FRIDAY, Sept, 21tli, '88,
AT IS O'CLOCK. SOOS,
The lollowlim descrllKd Property:
Tilt Dmlrie Mm !
On Snuunii Ynlty Ilnnit.
Nearly opposite Mr. P. A. Srhaefcr's
u-dileiico, i-ontalnlng nn nrea of 2 70.100
iieie. There is a
Two-Story Building !
On tl:e PieinbeM, containing 7 Ilooins,
Willi Kitchen, l'antrlts, Oluscts, Hath,
riiniii mill all convenience, together
with Mihlus, Darns, Servant' IIou-ics,
eti: . cti. etc.
i he IV' inisui have been lntcly occu.
nkd by Mr ('. N. Spineer, mid formerly
by Mi A .T. Cittwrlglit, Jr., and Mr.
Hi nee Oarlwiight.
The t-ltmttioii of this Lot commands a
line view ol .Mni'iliu Valley ami the
P-iities widiitig to Inspect tlie Pie
mif-c-eiii ih "ii tipplioiiilon in the
man at the plnre
Al-", at i lie vitne time and place I
will -.-! I
Thai Oeriain Houselot
On Jteretuiilii Street.
Ailjiiiiiiiic the romuierciiil Saloon, with
it iiuingH, eic., eio.
T bo I .ol has a floatage of 45 8.10 feet
I on Iter liini ' ''eet nnil is iibonl 8(5 feet
d rp; r. a. 3!t5 -qiiaio foet.
T ir i-a Uou-u on tho Lot, contain
I ing Ti l!oo n ; also a
! Two-Room Cottage
r eaily New, with BiUdionte, etc.
Premises are at piesent ociiipled by
Mi. Gorman, who has the right to ie
main there till Augil8t31, 18!M
HAVE JUST KKCFJVED A COMPLETE LINE OF
Laflies', tents', & CUm' Batlg Sis,
IN COTTON Sz WOOL.
Also, Ladies' Black Diamond Dye Hose
a Young M in, a
store, or Aecoiin.
a e-nua in a
tit lit in the euy or country, or on :i
pliitili.tloi1. Ih willing to be generally
use) ill A MliiMiinn more an objeel lbmi
6a'ar Adiliets, f'.fi.nivifN Olliee. A) it
tSj" For the convenience of pur.
chasers, twothiids of the pnrchnse
nioiiey enn remain on mortgage at 8
pur cent per annum.
J AS. F. MORGAN,1
49 :it Auctioneer.
f gjxrawi.wiMf Bawa-wti juiwwmwww
Oir ii. LOUIS.
l.Hnnac(l on "yiig"
bail. "C. I!
of iiiijioitation, per
. Hi hop."
A BANANA TRUST.
Atlanta, (Ga.), Augubt ao. A
banana triist is the latest. The
tiopieal f i iii t ineii have combined
and consumer- will bo unable to
(;et a fcinyle banana or plantain,
wave through the courtesy of the
trust, which v,n orfinnized in New
Orleans ihU week. A lew dnj-s i,Q
a circular was sent to all the fruit
men in the country cnUmp; them to
becret coiiteienen in New Orleans.
It iu nim d by wi'x of the largest
fruit lioii-es in that city. There a
triibt was fanned lepiesoutln a
combined capital of Sl'.I.OOO.OOO.
Jt wjll iuiclia-c lhe entire olfi'iingr.
of tiopieal otcuiners. Tbey will
then 11 , prices, to suit the usuiVps
ami liavo for correspondents in
other cities only tlioso whom they
jnay belect. The liousu of which
Vhipii i the head is in control of
this new movement. Six million
dollars have been advanced by Lou
don fupitallfitrt to build nulioitds in
JJoiidiuas nnd elsewhere, so as to
concentrate the Jiitit nvulvct at cer
tain selected aliipphif,' i"tn.
IHE oTdEST DA LY, i'' tb'j
X Kingdom "J he Uiuiy Bulletin."
CO cents per month. ,
2d in a savage leader on the fisheries
que-tion, hays: J L ill be well for
the Piesideiit and lloveiniueiit of
the United Slates lo remember that
Canada is a dependency ol Client
Untain, and that if the necessity
should unfoi Innately ante s.he has
behind her the iiiis of KnylUh iron
clads. If our Aineiicaneoufains lail
to undeibtand ibis albibiou ; if in
defennee to the tone of coarse brut
ality Inch seems- to be a distinguish
ing f attire ol their domestic polities,
they invite us to reply to their iu
biilis in a stiain lliey will coinpn
heud, perhaps we may be allowed ti.
remind tln.ni of the Tient aifan.
The 'Maudard" further sayrt: '-Ii
we have to deal with a nation ol lilt-
us al least know it.
We will tell our American cou.-in-
fiankly that we have not advanced
so lar towaid ideal L'liiisthiniiy that
we arc prepared to turn our cbeel.
lo the tiaiisalhintic -miter.
A dispatch from Caiio, August
JOth, says- Five liundrtd deivi.-hes
attacked an Egyptian iort near
Wady Haifa and Yapluied a poition
of it. The Egyptians received re
enforeeuients tr'oui Wady Haifa and
iinally succeeded in driving out the
dervishes, killing uioie thmi 100 of
them. The Egyptian loss was six
teen killed and -' wounded,
The tcstauient.uy notes of the
late Kaiser William, abstracts of
which have just been made public
by the ptesent Empcior, although
o'f merely historic value, have boun
scanned 'with the deepest interest, as
revealing the light in which bo de
s'ued to be viewed by posterity.
A dispatch fioni Afghanistan aaya
that Isbtik Khun has 7000 men at
Taskiirg.iin, and that in a small en
gagement at Mnimniin th Aineer's
tioops were defeated. Later advieeo
fioin Afghtiiiistnn suv that Ishak
Khan and his follow cim an) udvauu
ing on Cabul. Abdurrahman Khan,
the Ameer, is very ill.
It is reported that the French
Embassy is trying lo persuade the
(Jueen ot Patagonia to accept Fiench
protection. Chiefs alnugala and
Ailutiiki ol neighboring islands aie
ahuiiied, and, it is leported, haie
a!,i'd to bo annexed to Gnut
The cold wet beason of ICurope
and aecoinpaiiying Hoods have to
gether atfected the ciop of wheat so
feeiiously that tho pi ice of this staple
has gone up utpidly much to the ad
vantage of C'nllfuniiun farmers and
still moro probably lo that of the
few shipowncis who have vessels on
Inuid at or near Hau Fianeisco. A
number of vessels that were expect
ed to have arrived at that port with
coal have been tied up in Australia
nnd there is in consequence ft eenr-
JAM. F. AlOKGAX,
AUCTiOK SALE OF
Valuable Horses & Colts !
FROM IMPORTED STOCK.
f .I. j?jyM
fihcTii Metsof lib WnjiHyV
.le, 1 will -ill at 1'iillii;
On MONDAY, October 1,
AT lit '!!'! SOUS',
J-' i' le-
t ill' 1 1' J I of .1. 1.
ee Q cii. Mm el,
!lll''H t CJollH,
FiO'ii thi i il-kiioni liiiilioiis Luiiidilo
and -ih' ford
JAS. V. 3I03GAN,
rtL-,. i nrlue. Stiito how
much is asked. P. O.
box K0, fil U
HPKOlAL imetln of the Mock.
fX Imiilel of lhe Mliliitil Telenl'iine
Conumiiy will bu held for ihr pinpnee
of "Abel hit; lhe liy-biwd," at the Com.
lunj'i niiildluc. on WEDNESDAY,
October tOth, at 10 o'clock a. m.
O. 0. UEUGUH,
r,l id Secretary.
Just Arrived and For Sale at the
m M E&R " I H k E3lD 9 9
n Baai m n n mun - -
On Accousi! of Hemora
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
Plush Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
In Flush & Leather; Bisque, GIiisb & Parian Ware, Opera &
Marine Glasses, Telescopes,
Mtiic Boxes, Toys, DESoolcs, -AJLlMiKas,
And other tilings too numerous to mention. All the above
Goods will be offered ut the
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
The above Goods aie New, Fiesb and of the Latest Design, having
been imported ex reeent anivals and weie selected exprebsly for the trade.
& OJPE2IV EVENINGS 31
W. H. GRAENHALGH
IOC Xi"i-L Stroel, Honolulu.
w'v str reicr, itoimoltjlxj.
- UAKGAINS -8
Nc- Lino of
Laijips, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Pricei than ever befote. New invoice of
NovolticH unci Fancy Gondw, In JLiUJ'fjo Vu.violy.
MRS. M. B. CAMPBELL,
Tresp.imilcIiiK, fco., S:o.,
NE line Mileli Cow,
n lie, .$1 a.l A; ply
at the Uui i,M in t'lllee.
94 8t(t o.iw
FOR SALE or LET
r G NICELY
f ..(a- S i..(,,i..
.1' .,"Kl IJ llUUJlil.
&&Uim Emma Mho.
Apply Jso 10
A .1. CAJiTWKIGllT, Treneiner of
XI uu TuinicLs ot ills juiiiesiys
at Ids I'tHei'
Honolulu, Kept. 10, )88S
pny a dividend on ealllug
MY dlllec will In eland fioni BcjiKin.
licraind t..i(iil.0r 27tli, duibit'
my ubscaeu'liciu tho Kingdom,
M. K. GltDSSMAN,
3C tf Dentist, la Hotel st.
.A.U t;lie way from t.
TiOiiis, On Ice.
rpilK House mid Lot (ii
i X licietuuia blitet next to
John Ena's on the west;
liirjii; lot runs from Beretania to Young
ttriet. House efiutaius pm lor, dining
room, tin ce lmge bedroom0, kitelien
balli. loom and out.bouseb IiKjube of
Ul tf V. O. WILDKK.
FOR RENT or LEASE
Ha 'onnmnced the business of Drcsr.
miikinc. Cutting Hnd Filling, at her leai
deuce, No '3 Ueictaniu street, opposilo
the I o'.el The patrnnagc ot the ludiis
is rc-fpDcitiilly solielted. Satisfaction
a rpIIB Hniif.0 near the corner
ffSa Blrects at picsent occupied by
Malcolm Brown. Possesion given Octo.
lurl, 1B88. Anplylo
At Hecordei's OUIlu, Uov. Building.
A HOUSE on Behool street
nciir tho wooden bridge,
containing live rooms, besides
bllliaribroom, bathroom, kitchen and
pantry. Also carriage house and stables
tor two horses. Apply to
E. W. JORDAN,
At WaterhouHi's Fort-street Store.
AH SUNO, doing business under the
firm n ii mo of Yee Hop, in Hono
lulu, niHtie nn assignment to flyman
Bros, ibis l'?th dtiy of September. All
creditor of the estate) are requested to
present their claims within 30 days, and
all indebted must make immr-diiitc set
tlcmunt I1YMAN BROS.,
Aosignees of the Kslnte of Ah Sung.
Honolulu, Sept. 12, 188S. 4.". lw
eg; f if a R ( IcU) 3
Per S. H AuBtraliii,
Al The Beaver Saloon
II. .1. KOIrK, riiiprletor.
riHE PEOPLES' PAPER-Tl."e
X Dally Bulletin 50 cts per month,
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Steiunship
"Will have Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, Sept. 25,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. G, IRWIN & CO., Agenta.
HE DAILY BULLETIN-The
moBt popular papor publlslipd
I7IYE inlnuiot' walk from
" PoHOIllcc. Thbty Lots,
each aliout HO feut t(iuare
Low terms. Apply to
GONSALVES it CO.,
DURING my absence from the King,
dom tliu Hon. W. F. Allen will
act for mo under a full power of attor
ncy in all private matters, nnd also in
all estates In which I am assignee or
agent. W. C. PAItKE.
Honolulu, August 85, 1888. 2U 2m
SALE of CATTLE
rpiIEHE will be fold 300
JL head of Cattle, con.
sibting of excellent Mileli
Cow?, Steers, Heifeis und
Calve, at Iloyd's Oidtlo Pen, nt Manna
wili, Kiiilua, Koolaupoko,
On Saturdsiy, Sept. 22, 88,
AT la O'DLOOK. XOON',
l 11. .1.1 ,l,.n nn..l..
Jl f- Ur7..1 W..nn ,..!-
new. Prlco, 7.rj; cost,
$300, Also, 1 becond.hand Curom Bil
liard Table, complete and in good re
pair. Iniiuire of
45 lw J. P. BOWEN.
St. RAPHAEL WINE!
Of Valence, France.
An excellent tonic mid liighly-recom-mended
by physicians as bucu'ln cases
of Intermittent fever mid in the varied
forms of debility as well as suiofulous
and cancerous nllVctions, often caused
by blood poisoning, and piiillcuiarly in
pussive hemorrhage and In obbtinato
lm. UEKE STONE.
THE DAILY BULLETIN Is a live
4- evoulng paper. 60 cents per month
IN CASES OF 1 DOZEN BOTTLES EACH
tST FOK HALE "ft
At F, A, SCHAEFER & CO.'S.
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