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HONOLULU CARRIAGE DO.
Hack slnnd : Merchant and Fort
troet. Telephones, !13o.
'V 1 1 in
WEDNESDAY, SKl'T. ill!, 1888.
Stinr l.uhua from Ilumakua
Stiur Jus Mnkeo for Knpna at '1 p m
31k Mica for Paget Sound
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stiur Knulii for alalua ami Waiauae at
t) a m
Stiur Lohua for llaiuaktia at 5 p m
From windward ports nor stun- W
Hall, Sept 2.-, -C F Ik-iud. .) U Mmiar
rat, 11 11 l'k'iner, .Mrs K II linger, Jt 1
Parker and child, Mi lCcaloha, D 11
Hcleloa, MNos Kamaloplll (1), A
Akana and !)." deck.
For Maid and Molokai per stnir Like
like, Sept'A") .1 -is 1) Cookolt and brldo,
Ml) JIon-arrat, wife, child and 2 ser
vants T T2 Cooki'. Mi"s Dora Mobsman,
Mrs Ja'UiuIu Kcolii.Kalole. Mi?s Clio
Stuart, C! X Spencer, Hon V 11 Daniels,
31rs 11 Laws, 11 -McLean, J3 31 Walsh,
and about 70 deck.
For Kauai per stmr Mikahala, Sept
2.", Mrs 0 M Cooke and 2 children, W
D Selimldt, Kev Mr liiokncll, Miss
Seholz, Mrs Kbcnezcr, Mrs Siomsen,
A Mellryde, 11 M hitnoy. jr, .T F Col
bum, P"P Smith, L-Governcss Lani-
liau and about CO deck.
For Lalialna, per btmr Twalaui, Sept
25-13 0 Howe and air Fox.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Ivaala 800 water melon1.
Hall :i." bags coffee, 118 bags awa, !)C
bide', 2." bead of cattle, G calves
and 8 pigs.
VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Alert, Graham
Am bktne S X Cattle, Hubbard
Ger bk C It IJi-hop, 1'oppo
hlil Khca, SaiidgurNt
Am bk Sonoma, Urillilht
Am bktne Klitiknt, Cutler
Haw bk .Tas A King, Lorry
Danish bk Coranua, .lessen
Hawaiian bk Lady Lampson, Sodcrgrcn
Bk Vcloeit-, aiartia
The schooner Ke An llou returned
from Hawaii yesterday with a load of
black sand from Hilo beach.
The weather at Waialmi was good
when the Kaala left yesterday
Waialua mill lesumes grinding on
aionday and will have hiiflioiont cane to
keep tho mill 'teadily engaged for about
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: surf is running very high.
aiit. G. West is slowly
A small gray terrier dog has
A Post Ofi'ice bank book has been
aiESSits. Castle & Cooke have
red salmon for sale.
aiit. A. ai. aiellis has opened a
shirt factory at 17 Emma stiect.
Five lepers wore biouglit from Ha
waii yestciday on the W. (J. Hall.
Tiiekk is every indication of a
storm within tho next few hours.
' A native was arrested this morn
ing for assault on a white man with
The taio-patch corner of Fort and
) King streets has been iilled in with
. : coral rock.
Li Cheung, tho Chinese interpre
ter, will icturn to Honolulu m about
, A youno bon of air. J. F. Brown's
hint himself yesterday by falling
from a ticc at Waikiki.
r.Tun Chinese stewanl of the Lady
Lampson has been charged with
smuggling opium. Three tins wcro
found on liini.
ainssits. Jones &. Wichinan, jewel
ers, have just received a very elegant
new stock, paiticulars of which ap
pear in an adveitisoment.
A laiiqe number of copies of tho
"Paradise of tho Pacific" will be for
warded by the Mariposa for distribu
tion at the aiclbouruo Exhibition.
Tin: Honolulu liusincbs Directory
is now all printed and being bound.
A few copies aro cxpocted to bo ready
for distribution on .Hominy or l ues-
. . .
A native carpenter employed on
the new building at tho Kaiuehn
nieha Schools, fell a distance of
eighteen feet on Aionday, but was
Amono the orchids to bo sold by
Mr, Lovoy at noon to-morrow, is the
Ama.on water plant, with a most
beautiful flower. These plants giow
cither in watqr or toil.
Mn. L. J. Levey, at his regular
cash sale at 10 o'clock a. m., to-nior-lavf,
will oiler at-sorted merchandise,
groceries, cases of biheuits and furni
ture. At noon, imported ferns and
plants will bo bold.
At 1 .15 o'clock to-morrow after
noon l'rof. W. T, liiighani will give
an address at Oahu Uollcgo to tho
HtudL'iits and fiiendh of that institu
tion. Twonty-tivo years ago Ptof.
jlrigbani was on tho stall' of Oahu
College, and sipco then has written
many valuable works. His latest
cllbit was a book on Guatemala.
A divif. notion in which Miss Wind
such Dr. Wood for $200 damages Is
being hcnid in the TolicoCouit. Tho
ease nioso out of n collision recently
reported in these columns, in which
Miss Wind lost a horse.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of 1'., at
7:90. Witt confer Amplified raidc.
Drill Co. 0. Honolulu IJillcs, at
Services at the churches, at 7:110.
Oahu Lodge No. 1 K. of P., at
Arion Musical Society rehearsal
Dance Myrtle Social Club at Gib
son's Hail, at 7:30 o'clock.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
in- i.. j. i.r.vKv.
At 10 a. m. regular cash sale of
merchandise and furniture and cases
At noon about 50 pots of import
ed ferns and plants.
Hon. S. M. Damon is having an
artesian well bored in the middle of
a cocoanut grove on his property at
Moanalua. Last evening air. Mc
Candless, who is doing the boring,
had got down 517 feet, with an
eight inch How of water. Tho bor
ing will be continued to GOO feet
and thon stop. A depth of 150 feet
was reached before rock was struck.
Tho grove where the well is situated
used to bea favorite spot for hold
ing feasts, particularly by Kamcha
meha V. "it is situated 27 feet
above the level of tho sea.
A PICTURE OF THE LATE
air. Jos. Strong is just completing
a life-size oil painting of the late
Hon. S. G. "Wilder. The picture is
a faithful representation of the de
ceased gentleman as be appeared
about two years before his demise.
The features so familiar to nlmost
everybody in the community arc
reproduced with surprising accu
racy. The production is a monu
ment to the artistic skill of the art
ist whose work it is. One or two
ti itling details are being added, af
ter which the picture will be placed
on exhibition for a few days at the
store of G. "West & Co., Fort street.
Wednesday, Sept. 2Gtb.
Keopuhiwa forfeited bail of 812
and three others were fined (! each
for drunkenness. W. McFarlanc
for being drunk in a saloon was
fined SI 6.
A. Kennedy, for assault with a
gun was remanded to the 27th.
Jose aierchado charged with as
sault and battery on M. Perry with
a dangerous weapon was also re
manded to the 27tb.
A case of disturbing quiet of the
night was continued.
During the vacation of the Gov
ernment schools in April an examin
ation for grammar grade certificates
will be held. Below arc given the
subjects with the books that the
candidates will require for reference.
Other works should be consulted.
Arithmetic Completed. Barnes'.
Grammar Complete. Swinton's.
Algobra Robinson's elementary.
Composition Questions on Swin
ton's composition and n written
Physiology Steele's fourteen
Theory and practice Ilewett's
pedagogy. Klcnim's chips from a
Writing Theory. The new elec
tric hand book. Van Antwerp &
Physical geography Warren's.
History Swinton's outlines.
Certificates will be awarded as
follows: 85 per cent for -1 years; 80
per cent for 3 j'cars ; 75 per cent for
2 years ; 70 per cent for 1 year.
AN EXPLANATION WANTED.
Editor 1)ui.li:tix: I notice in
yesterday's issue n letter from a
Chinaman, denying that his country
men had provided money to defeat
the Constitutional Amendment.
May I ask tho following question :
What wcro all the Chinese in town
taxed S2 for at the time tho Chinese
Constitutional Amendment was be
fore the House? Citizen'.
A MONUMENT TO THE LATE S. G.
Euitoic Bulletin: Having no
ticed in your columns that there has
been a subscription started for a
monument to Dr. Hillebrand, it
struck me that it would not be amis-,
if a public subscription wero started
to erect a monument to the memory
of the Into lion. S. G. Wilder.
I think that if subscription papers
were sent to each district in the Is
lands, there would bo no lack of
funds. 1 for one am ready with my
Ai.ou.v ia Waila.
Naalchu, Kau, Sept. 22,
Our correspondent's suggestion
is worthy of adoption. A monument
to tho memory of one who has dono
so much for tho material advance
ment of the country would bo a
lilting recognition. Will someone
initiate a movement with this object
in view? Ep.J
At 1 1 o'clock this morning tile
Captain and Ofllccrs ot tho U. S. S.
Alert were presented to His Majesty
tho King, at Iolani Palace, by His
Excellency Geo. W. Merrill, U. S.
Minister ' Kesidcut. Colonel the
Hon. C. P. laukca was in attend
ance upon His Majesty. The fol
lowing olllcers were presented:
Commander J. D. Graham, Lieut.
John Garvin, Chief Encincer B. C.
Gowing, P. A. Engineer Robt.
Crawford, P. A. Surgeon, E. II.
Green, Assistant Paymaster L. S.
Heap, Lieut. F. E. Greene, Assist
ant Engineer M. A. Anderson, En
signs John J. Knapp, J. K. Sey
mour, II. II. Whittlesey and W. W.
In the Supremo Court yesterday,
Hon. W. O. Smith presented the re
port of the trustees of the Lunalilo
estate, for the year ending July 31,
1888. The accounts were approved
and the report confirmed. Follow
ing is a statement of receipts and
Cash reed of S.
B. Dole.... if 27,812 51
reed, on acct
prin 23,108 89
Int. iced, on
acct. int. sflOJGO 3
150 20 11,02:10!)
on acct. ren
tal 350 00
if 02,921 40
Loaned on se
curities. . . .
penses !? 8.S20 75
aicdical a t
medicines. . 818 SI!
Caieofgiou'ds 1,0:50 50
Stable and car-liage.-
sM 1,021 70
miuils 579 j:i
Fut nihil e... 200 S0-
f) per ct. on
itpis. on ar.m-
mmcuiii .... .101 08
Sal. of keeper
llmos.... 229 17-
ter, etc ....
huusc. . . .
Paid Dole com.
by master. .
Cash on hand
102,02 i .10
The report of the manager, W. E.
II. Dcverill, states that the number
of inmates in the home August 1,
1887, v,as Males 25, Females 11.
Admitted from August 1, 1887, to
July 31, 1888, Males 11, Females 9.
Deaths during the j'car, Males 7,
Females 2. Number of inmates in
the home July 31, 1888, Males 28,
Females 18. Tho youngest inmate
is 30, the oldest 08'. Total admis
sions since the opening of the home,
Dr. John Ilrodic, the medical
superintendent, in bis report, states
the health of the inmates lias been
remarkably good, and ho could sug
gest no improvement in the sanitary
condition of the institution.
"' ' "
THIS IS COMMON SENSE.
Editoii Bi'li.etin : I have noticed
some contemptible remarks in the
"Advertiser" regarding the Portu
guese, and I consider it tho duty of
any man of honor to stand up for
any abused peoplo of our country.
To nlaco them on a level with Chi
nese is such an outrage, that it de
serves strong words to condemn tho
The Portuguese may not pajr so
much for lawyers as Chinamen do,
but is not this a commendable trait
of character, oven if lawyers oppose?
The l'ortugueso aro not perfect,
they have their faults as well ns
othor people have, but I consider
one good Portuguese of greater val
ue to the country than 100 Chinese
They liavo come to these Islands,
as u peaceful laboring people, who
in their own country experienced
hard times, and have come hero to
belter their condition by hard labor
and fair remuneration for tho same.
It takes a hard heart, well, it re
quires a heart of stone to sec the
happy Portuguese families and to
coinp'aro them with Chinese coolies.
Family! that is the word that
strikes to my heart; families, is the
word for every missionary or states
man ; lamuics aro, wnai mo lsiamis
need, want, require, and demand!
There is something sweet about
the Portuguese family life, which is
peculiar to all .Southern people. The
Northern people aro colder and the
Anglo-aj.ons will never populate
these Islands alono. Wo want
Southern people, who arc used to
a climate like ours.
iJoute of our plniitcio may prefer
Chinese coolies all the time, but that
is a near-sighted policy, without re
gard to the future. It is better to
import 10 Portuguese who intend to
slay than 1000 coolies. All tho plan
ters may not agree to this, but it is
of the greatest importance for Ha
waii and for a Government Unit aims
at tho country's best.
The country needs population,nnd
if wc had a good laboring population
of Portuguese intermixed with Ila
waiians, this would be the solution
of the Labor Question to the satis
faction of all concerned. A single
Portuguese family is a better cus
tomer for our mechanics and store
keepers than hundreds of coolies.
Please don't forget this!
The Portuguese are consumers,
the Chinamen arc not. All what the
Chinese require is imported from
China (with the exception of rice)
and all what the Portuguese require
is produced on the Islands or im
ported from the States. Portuguese
immigration is for the benefit of nil,
meanwhile only few are benefitted
by Chinese. This is common sense 1
I he great objection made against
the Portuguese by some of the mis
sionaries is their religion, as they
are Catholics. This is true, but will
not everybody prefer Christian Por
tuguese to heathen Chinese?
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
nnronn uickkutox J.
In probate, estate of Pcv. A. O.
Forbes, deceased. Ordered con
tinued until the 31st pros. W. O.
Smith for petitioner.
In re guardianship of Samuel
aioakeawc. Ordered that the guard
ian have until Monday, October 1st,
for filing an account. W. C. Aclii
for petitioner; D. F. Sandford for
nuronE judd, c. J. ; m'cully, mcic-
r.UTON AOT DOLE, J. J.
In probate, estate of William C.
Lunalilo. Ordered that tho Trus
tees account for the year ending
July 31, 1888, he approved and the
Master's report thereon be confirm
ed. W. O. Smith for the Trustees.
A POST Onico Hank nook, contaln
jC". ing ecrtllleatcs numbers of which
are stopped at the Hank. A suitable
reward will be paid on returning same
to Bui.u:riN Olliee. ' 51! 3 1
t?M ALL Giay Tsrricr doR, lame on
one of the hind lens. Finder will
please return the same to residence of
Dr. MclCibbin, Heretanla street
By "Lady Lampson,"
50 Bbls of Fine Red Salmon,
CASTLE & COOKE.
For San Francisco,
Will sail for the aboro port
On Saturday, Sept. 29th
S"For Freight or Passage pply to
CASTLE & COOKE,
Pioneer Shirt Factory
Of Honolulu, No. 17 Emma St
The undersigned LeRS to inform the
public of these Islands that lie ia making
SlilrtN l)j' iIiwuremeii, I
Directions forsoli-meaflurenient will
bo siren on application.
White Shirts, Overshirts & Night Gowns
A lit guarantee by making a sample
Shirt to every order.
Island ordor solicited
Boll Telephone 410
A. ill. Mi'XMtf.
Closing; Out Sale !
i. a. goElyes & CO.
ill ho continued
rJ?I-I -WEEK: !
And the Store kept
Open Till 8 O'clock Evenings
Kor the convenience of buyers. A
few of those
English Prints & Tips
Still u hand,
vSTWo oiler Genuine Bargains In all
lines, and No Hensoimblo Oiler will hu
refused, aa our leaoo expires next mouth
and the i?toek must bo itmoved. 54 lw
rVHE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
JL Daily HulleMn-'W) eta per month,
(S. ijm castle"
Kvllccs umlt r I'tii litwl rif chrrfltJ 10 eentl
Icr ilHtfor Ihtfinl intcrUon, and 6 emit ftr line
ciery athlttlonnt insertion.
Hear of Lucas' .Mill.
IT has been discovered by tho doctor.
thnt Cooked Taio Flour Is excellent
food for weak and delicate infants, pre
pared as follows: Olio tabUspionful ot
Cooked Tarn Flour mixed with 1 pint
of boiling milk. When cold Iced tho
child Willi a nurse bottle. It will give
a child new llfo in a few weeks. i!5 3w
rPARO MUSH Feed the hck and
JL delicate persons on Cooked Taro
Klour Mush, made thin and prepared
like corn meal in boiling water, and
served with milk and sugar. ThU makes
an elegant mush. 115 !!w
rPARO BUISC U I TMI. Taro Klour
JL very thick In boiling water, then
roll In wheat Hour and lorni into bus.
cuit, use a little butter at bottom of pan,
smear a little butter over the top of Taro
Biscuit, this makes a cheap and excel
lent Taro Cakes. tlj a w
GRIDDLE CAKE-Taku ''alf lye
Hour, half Taro Flour, nne or two
eggs, little salt, ouu teaspoonful of lloyul
Baking Powder to a cupful of each,
bake or fry on griddle. !!3 !Jw
TARO MUSH Use a tablespoons
fill of the Taro Flour to each per
son and mix thin, prepared like corn
meal in boiling water, serve warm or
cold with milk and sugar Taio aiush
can stand a day or two if desired. 33 3w
AS I intend to go Kast by the October
steamer, I must request nil panics
indebted to me for bills due June ilOth,
to mako payments before October 1,
1838. All bills unpaid after that date
will be placed into the hands of an
attorney witli instructions to collect.
03 lw CHAS. J. FISI1EL.
Can be found next door to the V
Ofllce, Merchant Mrtct.
IlnckH Nos. 18, 7, , ?.. 180
Mutual 590"aTEl.EPflONESESr Bell 204
TARO FLOUR I
T!i03c whishing Taro Flour or Poi, in
hariols aro requested to ring up
Mutual 588-130 TETEPHONESlSru'cll 325
When their, orders will bo promptly
their orders will
BY THE 8. S. ZEMAMA
CHAS. J. F6SHEL,
Will receive a line line of
Lace Curtains !
And a genci.il iiFsorlment
Which wo will tilVur nt very
CHAS. , J. FISHES.,
The Lending Millinery lloiiho.
Corner ot Fort & Hotel streets.
U 'WiMS sf
& 65 FORT STREET.
Boys' School Sliirls, Boys' School Hats, Boys' While Shirts,
fiTAT VKHV LOW
A hi VnVi
of Ginghams I
tXiutt line of Batiste!
A Lara'8 Assortmem of
We will close
gjfiS" For Gouts, Ladies,
G:J & 05 Fort Street.
-SES T H
ECO--I &: OOMIJP--IVY
To 1)8 M ii my
Seofs Fnisiiing Hoods, m.
V. C. FAGERROOS,
lractlrnl Watrhiuulcer & Jcivcloi',
Has removed to
Late Wm. Turner's Shop, 80 King St.
CSTSatisfaction gturantccd or money
relmuled. !H 2'"
FRANK J. "iTKROGER,
Practical Watchmaker & Eopaircr
Good work punraiitctd. At picscnt
located at S. UothN tailor shop.
White Hios' Cement (full weight).
At lowest market rate.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Host briinds, in Ii, 7, 8 and 0 ft. lengths.
In fpjuntilicH to biilt at lowest market
G. W. MACFARLANG & CO.
Heat Umwn Brand.
6, 7, 8, and 9 Foot Lengths
.lust lauded Ux. riltip "Cockciinoiitb"
For Sale in Quantities to Suit.
Also, COO llbla. White Hro.
At tho Lowest Market Rates,
JOB PRINTING ot alt l.ln.t. exc
cutcd at the Daily Hui.letjn Ottkc.
White Dress Croofls!
aiies & Children.
store in l Kiiiom !
17 - 88
r, A. ivl, Hewett,
V X U(MQuPA fiH I
Purpose Icnvingi'ftir the Coast in
October prior' .o which he
oilers tho whole of bis
Do not bo alarmed that you will not
he able to purchase in Honolulu
A' Handsome Christmas Present
As In San Francisco for Sir. Ilewett ia
goin tobcleethuch n stock as will
suit tho moil fiiatidcoua and
MirpriKO our littlo city.
C37A1I pailics now Indebted to him
aro respectfully icquested to mako
immediate settlement. 49 lm
THE DAILY BULLETIN
28 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now issued and will be found to
be nu interesting and comprehensive
number, containing 28 columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu and
island news. There is no better paper
published in tho Kingdom to send to
rslund SI 00 year
Foreign (mailed) fi 00 year
To bo bad from J. II. Soper, Mer
chant street ; A. M. Ilewett, Mer
chant street, and 11 ih.u:tik Ofllce,
T Fyou find anything,
JL mlvertlso it in the Daily Uuixxtim.
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