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BISHOP & 0o BANitlSHU
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Eichancio on tho
Biiuli ol OulU'ofiiln, S. X''.
Ami their annuls in
NEW YORK, UU5T0' HOfIG KONG.
Messrs. N. M . llolhu I "I A. Bon, London
The Coiniuutclal Bit-a Co., of Syducy,
The Commercial Bank (Jo., of Sydney,
The Hunk, of New Ki-nlaiiil : Aurkland,
Jln liti hutch, uml Wellington,
Tho Bauk of British Columbia, Vie-
torla, B O., and Portland, Or.
Transact a diucrui Banking Business.
m ii 'mw m
T 1 1 IU
Plclt?cd to neither Sett nor Patty,
Hilt established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 2:2, 1888.
The "Advertiser's" withdrawal,
this morning, of a false statement
which it published yesterday on the
authority of an informant, in regard
to the lit U.I1IX, preventi our publi
cation of an nrtielo piepnioil for yes
terday's Nstie, but placed aside
to iniike loom for the Supreme
Court decision in the Aki case. It
is needles to say that the accusa
tion was without foundation. The
informant claims Hint he was mis
understood, and in making the cor
rection conveys another false im
pression, lie may have failed to
find the reeoul of the action taken
on the King's veto on the matter re
ferred to, but it was in tho JJui.u.
tin all the same. If the gentleman
will kindly step into our ollicc when
he is down town we shall be pleased
to show it to him. In the mean
time, it will be well if he endeavois
to curb that nasty little spitefulness
which is so unbecoming the cloth.
(7y the Zealamliu.')
The Zealaudia bi ought dates from
Syduey, Sept. 5th and Auckland the
10th. Following is a summary:
A very seveie earthquake was
felt at -1:10 a. in., on Sept. 1st,
through the south of Jsevv Zealand.
At Cincinnati the elfects weie alai til
ing. Nothing so severe has been
felt since a shook in ISO!). The
earthquake caused gieat commotion.
People lelt their holises in numbers,
but returned when thry found the
shaking had ceased.
Five distinct shocks weie tell in
Chriilcliiitch, and extended over
the space of h.Uf-an-lioiir. The
lirst and fifth weie the sharpest.
Special telegrams weie lcceived at
Auckland on the 1st, showing that
the shot. k w. is tell over a veiy ex
The school. ei ( olonist was wieck
ed outside the Heads, ellingtou,
K. Z., Sept. 7th. The Captain and
two of the crews weie diowncd.
Up to the last day in August,
205,000 people had visited the Mel
The Hicks-Sawyer Coloied .Min
strels aie meeting with big success
in the Colonies.
Seven Chinese, a Japanese and a
young white, aie in the Coast Hos
pital, Sydney, alllicted with leprosy.
Tin: i'roi'Osi.i) l'Acino cauu:.
A dispatcli from Melbourne dated
Aug. 2 lib, says: In older to obtain
an opinion on the Pacific cable ques
tion, Mr. Gillies on Saturday for
warded a circular letter to the diff
erent Australian Premiers, recapi
tulating the ciiciimstances of the
recent cable interruption, and uig
ing that Australian interests demand
a service not likely to be subject to
stoppages from physical causes, and
that the Pacific cable possesses that
advantage. The measures taken by
the Admiralty for the survey of a
route arc rogared as inadequate.
Mr. Gillies pioposes that the colo
nies should join in an appeal to the
Admiralty to place two more vessels
to assist in the surv ey. He believes
that a united application, witli a
pledge to share the expenses, would
probably be successful.
brought lo a degrcti of ptouclciioy
excelled by none on the island, and
equalled by but few. When Mr.
Austin look chargo, the school was
ata very low ebb, both as regards the
system of leaching and the pcrsonel
of the scholars. "With thin matciial
and under most unfaonible droit m
blancos Mr. Austin has, in a few
short months brought it up to a
standard second lo none on the
island, and in doing so has not only
gained the conudeuee oT parents
hut earned for himself thu icputa
titin of a thorough and painstaking
instructor of youth.
On Tuesday evening, Sept. 18tb,
the social event of the month, "a
literary," took pluio at the resi
dence of lite Uev. Mi. Gulick, at
Makavvao. Although the weather
was not piopilious dining the Hist
of the evening, it eventually denied
up and old Lunar illuminated the
scene with a soft effulgence indes
cribably grand. A huge concouise
oj people from all pails of that side
of the island gathered together,
some to take part in the cxeiciscs
and otlicis lo listen and enjoy.
These socials or literal ios as they
are called here, have become very
popular and are held once a month
al the house of some resident of the
district. The exercises consist of
music, instilunental and vocal, es
says, recitations, readings, etc., and
are extiemely enjoyable and in
structive, as well as conducive to
sociability anions: the foreign tesi-
denls. These people are of a neces
sity separated from each other,
often by long distances, yet these
literaries usually bring them all
together, where for Hie nonce the
cares of business and toil are left lie
hind, and each vies with the other
to make the occasion one of plcas
uie and intellectual profit; and
judging fioin the popularity of these
gatherings their endeavors have not
been m vain.
Most of the plantations have fin
ished nlantinsr, a few inoic will fin
ish this week, and all will be done
during this month. The piospect
for a large crop of sugar next year
is most favorable. A large acreage
is under cultivation and a good
yield is expected.
The weather generally is remark
ably fine and pleasant, and has a
salubrious effect on the inhabitants,
for since the adjournment of the
Legislature, nothing short of an
eaithquake or panic would have dis
turbed their perfect equanimity,
even the hiibciy cases have failed
to cause anj thing more than a
monetary stir among them, and then
to pass out of their minds foiever.
The loads thioughoiit this part of
the island arc in excellent condition,
and show careful and iaithful woik
by the Hoad Board. The road mo
ney is all expended wheio it be
longs, and the greatest good to the
gicatest number scouts lo be the
motto of the Board. A peisou can
diive in a canaige fioin Waihee to
Makawao, (22 oi 23 miles) without
cxpeiieneing any inconvenience
other than obtains on any long load
in other countries. This speaks
well for the Iloaid, and shown that
the experiment of supplanting llnnd
Supei visors with a competent and
honest Hoad Board has proven more
than successful in this part of the
couutiy. '1 he most cluonic giowler
has to admit thai the work of the
Board is well and failhlully done,
and at a Ics cxpeniu than under
the old system.
The brig J. I). Sprockets ariived
in Kahului on Saturday last, lrom
Sail Fiancisco, with a cargo of gen
ei al mcich.iudise for various con
signees, and a deck load of mules
for Wailuku plantation, bho will
sail again for San Francisco in a
few days. N.
Waihee, Maui, Sept. 21, 1888.
pay a dividend on calling
A il. CAltTWKlGllT.
l.t tho Trustees of His Jlnjesty'i
nt liis oiuci.
Honolulu, 51.1. 16, 18S8
Y ollk't' will boolmcd fiom ScpUm.
Iiei aa-id i-i Uctolier 2lh, dining
absenri' fiom the Klnednm.
M. K OHOSSMAX,
3D If UeiUiit, IH Hold st.
Hms lu-l itched 1'n- "AuMinll.i," a
11 UuUoinc mid Select At soil-
Auction Sale by tamos 1?. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Life Insurance Go.,
OF NEW YORK.
S B llosn, Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Statement of Two Policies.
l..licv No. 111,077, S. 0.
Wilde $10,000 oo
FROM IMPORTED STOCK.
lly order of the Trnstei s of His Majesty's
Estate, I will sell at Public
On MONDAY, October 1, '88,
AT 1SS O'CLOCK XOOX,
At the Slablcs .it the tear of J. I. Dow.
Lett's Ollicc, Queen Stllt't,
tile Plan, Insured in 1073.
10 A nun il Payment", inuhid.
Oilgiiml Amount if Policy
Aluitlous duriig 10 veirs.
Amount of e'aim pud in
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 11:89..
B. F. EHLERS
HAVE JUST KECEIVED A COMPLETE LINE OF
Ladies', Gents' & Cites' Bathing Sis,
Vniioy "Win km. 1UI1oiih.
Velvets ! Silks !
And nil the latest
American & Parisian Novelties
From the well-known Stallions Lunulilo
and Stun ford.
J AS. J MORWAN,
Policv No 105,747, S. G.
Wi'ik-r 813,000 00
Lilo Plan, Insured in 1075.
1 i Annual Payment", Includ.
lug 1SS8, cott 0,901 44
Oiiuiiiiil Amount of Policy 13,000 00
Addltiotib dining 14 years. 3,400 G2
Amount f ulnlin paid in
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 18:8 . 810,400 G2
The nlnvc Policies with ml-
dliloiw amounted to $20;29 12
Total eo it of same lo in.
sine! 12,514 24
IIS" COTTON SC M'OOL.
Also, Ladies' Black Diamond Dye Hose
On Account of Removal
Amount paid overnndiilinvo
cost of Piemiunis $17,014
O 2U I-i 3EJ iO JK.
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
EXCELLENT 'leum Pic
L'ltaiu ('aluh today at
On Monday, Sept. 17th, all the
Government schools resumed woik
alter the lon biiiiiiuer vaeatlou.
Thcic has not liccn bo marked an
increase in the attendance of pupils
at these bchools ab was piedieted or
looked lor, when it was known that
the law abolishing tuition fees had
become operative. Koine of the
teachers, however, expect and aie
making preparations for a consider
able iuci ease within a month or six
weeks, as it generally takes that
long after a vacation to find out
wheio the children are and lo get
The schools in Waihee and Wai
luku tiro in a most prosperous con
dition. Tho latter is under the able
superintendence of Mr. II. R. Hitch
cock, assisted by Miss Nancy
Daniels and Miss Moore. The form
er is under the efllcicnt manage
ment of Mr. II. Z. Austin, assisted
by Mrs. Austin and Miss Ellen
Daniels, This school has been
HARLIE ! I'll in" i hi tl.U
evuin i .il 8 i.'ch i'k nl lliii li no.
Ilium,'' mill we'll inive miiiil nl tho
cclebmUd lliililnt Pol Pi'-. Hun-' l)u
hoys tilling, and ve'll liuvu a j;o d t.mu
IiLnDJbAM IlaHi0&lk SiiaiBfeaSA iiBfl 1
. o IT ST. LOUIS.
htm A v N.
iJkIwvhV mmuui l u' fsAmi?
Ml V mi. " 1- - " - - . . -- .. . VV
TliOe vvhUhliig Tnro Flour or Pol, in
h.iiiuls in u n (lUfhli'd lo rinj; up
Mutual 588-t3aTETEPHONESiS7'Boll 325
When their oidem will hu piomplly
53 atliiided to, lm
AB I intend log Kiibt by the Octoher
sii-umcr, f must icijiicgt nil parlies
indelitcd to in- tor hills due June SiOlli,
t" nniKe pnynicntb In lore Oelohui 1,
lhSS'. AH hills unpaid after Ilia' dulo
u li In; pluci'il' into Hie IihiiiIb of tin
n"orie with ii'Mini-iiohn to colleoi.
C3 lw " UI1AH. J. FIS1IKL.
V SPECIAL nui'tiiiK of the h'oelc
lioldei-o Hie Mutiutl Tflephonp
Compnny will ho held for the puipose
of "Alierlnir tlie Hy.Lawt.," lit tho Com
jiiui)' IJullinnir, on WEDNESDAY,
Octoliei lOtli, itt 10 o'clock a. m.
O. O. UKItOER,
SI id bccictiiry.
BY tlio "Auslrallu" Mr. Jmues OIiIb
rccuivi'il mi involru of tho eele.
hriited Anlu-iifcr Draught licer of St.
LoiiIb, which lie now oilVrs for fciiln to
liis pntroiiB at the E'opiiu Iloiirc, coiner
ot .Niitiauu nml Hotel KtrLtl This
Deer cnniei all llio vay fiom Si, Louis
on lee, mid itirnugeincitls lmvlng been
made for reiruhir Miipmuitb. Tills
aillclo will hcreiifler lie in regular
supply nt the "Empire." 53 lw
THE BEST PAPER to subscribe
A. for Is the "Dally Hulletin." 60
ccats per month.
BOOKS, STATIONERY & FAIY MODS
Plush. Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
In Plush fc Leather; Bitque, Glass & Parian Ware, Opera &
Maiiue Glasses, Telescopes,
Music Boxes, Toys, JBoolvS, Albums,
And other tbiiiRS too numerous to mention. All the above
Goods will be ofleied nt the
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
flT"Tbe above Goods are New, Prcili and of (lie Latest Design, having
been unpolled ex leeent anivals and weie selected expiessly for the trade.
rs oimeist 3B"VEjrviiv&!s ai
W. H. GRAENHALGH
iO IToi-t Street, Honolulu.
sJUbj L II.
TFOXZ'V S'XTtElDO?, 1IO IV OLTJIL.TJ.
13T BARGAINS Tea New Lino of
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before.
PLOWS & BE
Novoltiew umO ITiviK'y C2oJn, In Ijjii'cje "Vtwioly.
MRS. M. B. CAMPBELL,
DroHMinulcljitr. V)., A:c.
Has eommeuccil tlie liiio'iie-s of Dres
milking, Cutting mid Killing, in liine-d-dence,
No 13 llercim i i hiint np(in-iii'
the Hotel. The puti u ij.m- ol tin- ImiMih
is respectfully soliciieii. n.i if.u tion
guuiiinti ul. M-pi.'i.ly
tt ijj .jjrL ol
ONE fine Milch Cow,
price, $125. Apply
at the Buu-hTiN Ollicc.
1)1 8td oaw
, Enimii btreel.
S MACHINE for SlielliiiK CoHee.
l A .y one hiving one for sale or
iihlu nml vvi linir t make one, please nd-dim-
till" olllce. 48 If
I -iumxsu my nt
JL lr.ui tlie lion.
Apply No 10
ST. LOUIS M0.
Just - Arrived - and - For - Sale - at - the
"FOR SALE or LET
TEIE Houue and Lot on
Beieiaui& street next to
Mr. John Ena's on the west;
large lot runs from IkretAnia to Young
btrcet. IIouso cnutiiiiiB parlor, dining,
room, three large bidioome, kitchen
hiilh.rooin and out-huiiMM Inquire of
91 tf W. C. WILDEK.
FOR RENT or LEASE
ALL THE WAY EEOM ST. LOUIS ON ICE.
Constant Lino of Schooners Ample Opportunity for All.
OWING lo our constantly inci easing business ami the gicut donund of an appro,
eiiuing comiiiuult, wo lmvo conoludul to oiler an opportunity to all P-;lf
having eupltal. Our Line of Schooners may bo t-ecu diding over tho "Bar1 llllcd
to their utmost cauying eapneily of Olear, f'col mid Invigorating
John Wieland's Philadelphia Lager Beer !
jVjL, rpxjTfcj oilI'X'JQLtlOIV WALOON."
To nccommolale our Vast Fleet of Schooners, our ite vaults aro now being eu
Urged legardless of coat. The
Is tho only place -where a Cool Glass of I'HILA DiLI'lll A BLEU, ou Draught
can be had In Honolulu. Step forward, Gentlemen, hovt'b the time. DiMm
Excellent Quality For Sale !
75 Cents Per Dozen. Delivered,
THE House near the enruer
of Bcretauiu and IMikoi
streets at pie&eut occupied by
Malcolm Brown. Possession given Oeto.
btr 1, 1888. Anply to
At Itecordci's Olllce, Unv. Buildint'.
bscuee from the Kinir.
v. F. Al'en will
ucl tin me undi i .1 full ower of attor-ni-v
in nil private matters, and also iu
all eslutes iu wlilch 1 am asirnoe or
agent. W. C. FAKKE.
Honolulu, Augiibt S'i, 188S. 29 2m
Q WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
O Whale Bout, 30 feet long, 3 feet
deep; 8 feet wide; 2 22 feet burf Boats ;
1 18 feet Surf Boat; 2 Decked Plunger,
10 feet long, C feet 0 inches wide, 2 feet
0 inclicH deep, with mast and sails all
complete; 1 22 feet Palling Scow, with
mast and sails nil complete. Apply to.
E. It. RYAN.
Boat Builder and (Jeneral .Tnbher. fil tf
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
HOUSE on School btrcet
rwttir ilia u?n-wl i.n lirlilirn
CffiffiBB containing live loomu, besides
billiard-room, bathroom, kitchen and
pantry. Also cairhigc house and stublcii
for two horses. Apply to
12. W. JORDAN,
At Wuterhouixi's Fort-street Store.
Building' LotH -Long1
THE undersigned having been ap
pointed Administrator of the Es.
talc of John Gaicia, of Kalihi Wuenu;
Honolulu, deceased, gives notice to all
creditors of said John Garcia to present
their claims duly authenticated and with
proper vouchers whether secured hy
rnorlgugo or otherwise to him at his
olllce No. 15 Kuahumanii street, Hono
lulu, within six months from date or
they will he forever barred.
Administrator of the Estate of John
Honolulu, Sept. 18, 1888. 45 lm
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
62 28 Merchant Btrcet. lw
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