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HONOLULU CARRIACE CO.
Hack stnnd : Merchant and Fort
street, 'telephones, 33o.
T IX 13
FKIDAY, KEPT. '28, 1888.
Stun- Knala from Wahilua ami N'alauae
Stinr .7 A Cummins fioni Koolait
Stmr C H Hisltop for Walanao, Waialua
niid Koollnu at !) a m
Sttnr W O Hull for Lnliainn, Mnalaca,
Koua. Kan and the Volcano al 10
o'clock a m
For Mnnl and the Volcano per stmr
W G Hull, Sept i8: Volcano Mr and
Mm Iliodilck, Mm Lacy and 11 Snlblcv.
Way ports The King, G W 0 Jones
and family, Mr Center, C 11 Kldtldgc,
Sir and Miss Malioney, ,J 1) Paris and
wife, Mrs J 11 Mai tlu, lion J Kau
linne, Mr her.-'.
VESSELS IN PORT.
USS Alert, Giuliani
Am bktne b X Catle, Ilnbbaid
Gcr bk O It Hishop, l'oppc
Milp Illica, Sandguriot
Am bk Sonoma, (JiilUths
Am bktne Klltikat, Cutler
Ilatf bk .las A King, Merry
Danish bk Coranna, Jcseu
Hawaiian bk Lady Lampson, Sodcrgrcn
Bk Velocity, Maitln
An exchange has the following: Tho
well-known oarsman Alf Branch,
champion single-euller of the Hawaiian
Islands, ai rived in the city on the last
st ainer. Branch was tlnco years ago
very popular as a local oarsman and
went to Honolulu under contract to
teach the subjects of Ills Majesty King
Kalakaua the ait of lowing, Uls con
tract having expired his precnee in this
city is aconnlcd for. Branch met with
gieat success on the Islands. Thing1
thcic, lie says, nic at present quiet In
boating elides. He has received an
order from the Cornell University to in
struct the clubs connected with that
college in the science of rowing and un
less some inducements arc offered to
him to remain iu this city ho will ac
cept the offer.
The steamers Llkelikc, Mokolii, Jas
Makee and Wnialeale will be duo hero
to-morrow, the Kinau and Mikahala
COL BURN" In Honolulu. Sept. 27th,
tho infant son of .Tuo. F. and Julia
Colbmn, aged 1 mouth, of whoopiug
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
It gets hotter ami hotter every day.
Thy ico cream soda at tho Elite.
A child died fiom whooping cougli
A youno German woman wants a
A south breeze is blowing.
a very light one.
A itKi'LY to H. G. N.'s letter came
too late for this issue.
Mn. A. J. Ivors has gone on a visit
to Naaleliu plantation.
Read II. II. and C. E. Williams'
notico about accounts unpaid.
A NUMJicit of young natives prac
tise fencing every day in tho Palace
If the Mariposa got her mails on
time sho will be lieie early to-morrow
The volunteer boys of Engine Co.
No. 1 will have a meeting and drill
His Majesty tho King has ap
pointed Mr. J. V. Itobeitson Vice
Chambcilain. Look in at Hcwctt's window and
see what ridiculously low figures his
stock ismaikcd at.
Mh. Chas. II. Eldiidgo left on tho
"W. G. Hall this moining for a two
weeks' stay at Olinda, Maui.
Tin: vacant lot at tho corner of
Alakca and Hotel btrcots, hns been
cleaned : a decided improvement.
Tub Chinese passengers who came
by tho City of New York were to bo
released from quarantine this after
noon. SnAi.r.i) lenders for tho transporta
tion of lopers and freight to the leper
settlement should bo bent in to tho
Board of Health before noon to-nior-
Tp-Monuow is tho festival of St.
Michael and All Angels and will bo
observed at St. Audi own Cathedral
by celebration of Holy Coiiimuuioii
at 0:30 a. in. and morning prayer at
9 a. in.
Col. Norris tepoits that ho met
a lama dog this moining, making his
way cither to Dr. Tiousbcau's or tho
Hospital, and answeiing the descrip
tion given in tho Bum,i:tin for a lost
Mikb Bickncl, a pupil at Oahu
College got beyond her depth iu tho
bathing tank at that institution yes
terday, and bit for tho timely assis
tance of Miss lllanche Cornwell
might have boon diowncd.
' m m i i i -
Tub S, X. Cnbtlo will not leavo for
San Fiancisco until Monday. When
she does go a mail will bo forwaided
from tho Post Ollico, It will bo a
good opoitunity to answer letters
received by tlio Mariposa.
IawyUub will find tile Calendar lot
the October term, in this issue, cor
rected up to noon to-day.
Ciur.r Justico .ludd and Justices
MeCully and llickoilon paid a visit
to the U. S. S. Alert this moining.
TnsiinuH for supplying the lloanl
of Health with drugs and medical
supplies should bo sent in at noon
Tun departure of tho W. (5. 11 nil
this morning was witnessed by a
huge oiowd of people. His Majesty
was one of the passengers.
A match game of baseball will
take place to-moiiow afternoon at I!
o'clock, at Makiki, between the Veil
tuiers and lloads & Bridges.
It is not likely H. B. M. S. Hya
cinth will leave bcfoietho Cormorant
arrives in port. The latter has pio
visionsfor the Hyacinth.
Tun progranimo at the Blue Rib
bon entertainment to-moiiow even
ing, will bo rondercd entirely by la
dies. This should ensuio a full house.
A riNi: looking black stallion
Young Cutor by name, was shipped
on Hie W. G. Hall this morning. It
was purchased by Hon. J. 1). Pans.
Pnor. T. A. Kennedy, a mesmerist,
passed through on the Zealandia.
Ho will bo heie in December with a
company and give a few perform
ances. Tin: civil action for $200 damages,
arising out of a collision brought by
James Lylo against Raymond Reyes,
is being heard in the Police Com t
The case of J.E. Waul vs. Dr. C.
B. Wood, damages for $200, value of
a horbc, was concluded in the Civil
Court yestoiday, a vcidict being ren
dered for plaintiff for $125 witli $7.40
costs. Chas. Crcighton appeared for
plaintiff'; W. R. Castle for defendant.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Co. D. Honolulu Rifles
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, I. O.
M., at 7:30 o'clock.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at 7 o'clock.
Pacific Degree Lodge No. 1 D. of
11., at 7:30 o'clock.
Hawaiian Council No. G89 Ameri
can Legion of Honor at 7 :30.
BV J. F. 3IOUGAN.
Sale of furniture at 10 a. in., at
residence of late S. Harrison, Luua
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The usual entertainment by
Blue Ribbon League will be given
Saturday evening at the Y.JM. 0. A.
Hall, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Following is the programme:
Piano Solo Mrs. T. O. Poller
Reading Miss A. M. Payon
Song Mrs. AY. Yv Hall
Recitation Miss Evelyn Dexter
Song Miss L Dii'sslei
Addtess Mrs. J. M. Whitney
Come out and hear the ladies.
Friday, Sept. 28th.
Win. Isaac and Price had to pay
the usual nmount for drunkenness.
Ben. J. Horner, badge 11, was
fincdj2 with $1 costs for violating
express rule No. G.
A nolle pros was entered against
Ah Heen charged with smuggling
opium. He was then charged with
having opium in possession and re
manded to the 20th.
PROF. BRICHAM'S LECTURE.
Yesterday afternoon Prof. W. T.
Brigham delivered an address before
the students and friends of Oahu
College. Hon. C. R. Bishop, Pre
sident of the Board of Education,
His Honor the Chief Justice and
Mrs. Judd were among those pre
sent. Prof. Brigham chose for his
subject Guatemala, and spoke for
over an hour in a very entertaining
manner. Ho dwelt on tho forest
trees, vines, ferns, the life of the
Indians, political situation, reptiles
religious affairs, and was listened to
with the closest attention.
ALL SOULS' DAY.
Next Sunday, Sept. 30th, will be
solemnly kept by the Roman Catho
lic Church all around tho world,
as an "All Souls' Day," according
to an encyclical letter of tho Tope.
All masses will bo offered for the
souls of Purgatory.
At the Roman Catholic Cathedral
of Honolulu, G and 7 a. in., low
'masses with Holy Communion; 10
a. m., High Solemn Mass for tho
dead. All tho faithful nro invited
by tho Sovereign Pontiff (o assit at
Religious services in the afternoon
IT IS RUMORED
the storm will come next
week; that the stockin', that ne'er
is crockin', wi' wnshin' and walkin',
is tho snowblack Htockin'; that
there will bo no more elopements
tilts week ; that New Zealand mul
let makes good fish chowder ; that
several changes will shoitly he
made in the Custom House; that
the lepers on Molokai aro loud in
their praise of the new doctor ; that
tlioro is nothing so easy to rido as a
Government fed mule; that Bill
Williams cannot build boats on
notes j that it is hard for some men
to speak the truth ; that tho ladies
who have charge of tho Blue Ribbon
entcitainuieut Saturday will admit
gcnllcthcHj lllftl Joiilt l?.,Smilll Will
be very welcome ana tio fun will he
poked nt him ; that the police will
soon raid the gamblers; that the
Waikiki bridge will soon need io
plauking. INTERMEDIARY COURT.
ncroiti: mcicr.Riox .i.
Thuksday, Sopt. 27.
John Prcndergnst vs. Raymond
Santos; assumpsit for S200. Plain
tiff's appeal from Police Court.
Judgment for defendant, ntllrmiiig
decision of lower Coutt. This case
is connected with the Portuguese
W. C. Achi for plaintiff; .). L.
Kaulukou for defendant.
SUPREME COURT OF 1 HE HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS 0DT0UER TERM.
jusiici: M'cuixv ri:i:sii)iNa.
Hon. C. W. Ashford, Attorney
General. The term opens on Monday, Oc
tober 1st. Cases in banco will be
called for hearing from 1:30 o'clock
p. m., until the Banco calendar is
finished. The Hawaiian jurors will
bo personally notified of the day
when they will be required to be in
attendance. The foreign jurors
will bo personally notified likewise.
They will not bo required tho first
week of the term.
Following is tho calendar:
The King vs. Haawiuaaupo ; sell
ing liquor. Achi for defendant.
The King vs. Molteno ; selling
liquor. Kaulukou for defendant.
Tho King vs. Timotco tlnd i) oth
Nakuina vs. Achi ; damage. Smith
for plaintiff ; defendant in person.
Keohokii vs. Palaliu ; ejectment.
Kane for plaintiff.
Ilolokaliiki vs. Mikalenn ; eject
ment. Ilolokahiki and Kane for
plaintiff ; Poepoe for defendant.
Kuanalcwa vs. Kipi ; ejectment.
Biown for plaintiff; Smith for de
fendant. Kahelemanna vs. Keamalu ; re
plevin. Kane for plaintiff; Rosa
Kalauloa vs. Kekukahiko; eject
ment. Kane for plaintiff.
The King vs. Kaliclc ; extortion.
Kaulukou for defendant.
Kanalo.i vs. Union Mill Co. ;
ejectment. Achi for plaintiff;
Smith and Rosa for defendant.
Mcleana vs. Laupahoohoc Sugar
Co. ; ejactment. Smith for plain
tiff. Minister of Interior vs. Keau ; as
Kahauaiiui vs. Ashford ; criui.
con. Rosa for plaintiff; Crcighton
Kanakanui vs. Leslie; assumpsit.
Smith and Achi for plaintiff; Hatch
Kckai vs. Vim Quon ; ejectment.
Achi for plaintiff ; Ashford & Ash
ford for defendant.
Makee Sugar Co. vs. Keaumiki;
ejectment. Smith for plaintiff.
Kcau vs. Lopez; ejectment. Achi
Ti iistces Bishop Estate vs. Kala ;
ejectment. Hatch for plaintiff.
Kilikina vs. All Pow ; ejectment.
Ashford & Ashford for plaintiff.
Joiiva vs. Kaulukou; assumpsit.
Whiting for plaintiff ; Rosa for de
fendant. Bowler vs. Ekalesia o Kaumaka
pili ; action on contract. Crcighton
The King vs. Ah Sui & Young
Hong; possession of opium. Cas
tle for defendant.
The King vs. Ah Sau ; possession
of opium. Kaulukou for defend
ant. Tho King vs. Rego ; fornication.
Ashford for defendant.
The King vs. Qui Nin Ing ; sell
ing liquor. Hartwell and Kaulukou
Tho King vs. Ca macho ; man
slaughter. Ilaitwoll for defendant.
The King vs. Ah Sun ; perverting
The King vs. Mardcn; assault
and battery. Rosa for defendant.
The King vs. All Wing ; disor
The King vs. Ah Gung& Ah Lai ;
gambling. Rosa for defendant.
Tho King vs. Pang Yung Chia ;
Gay vh. Mendonca; covenant.
Hartwell for plaintiff; Hatch for
Martin vs. Kerr; trespass. Ash
ford & Ashford for plaintiff; Hart
well for defendant.
Barry vs. MeCully; assumpsit.
Rosa for plaintiff ; Peterson for de
fendant. Crawfoid vs. Briggs; assumpsit.
Kinney for plaintiff.
Congdon vs. Ackerniann ; tres
pass. Ashford & Ashford for plain
tiff; Hartwell and Hatch for de
fendant. Ahlo vs. Henry ; assumpsit. Ash
ford & Ashford for plaintiff;
Thompson for defendant.
Ahung vs. Ng Sail Kco; assump
sit. Aslifoi'd iV; Ashford for plain
tiff; Rosa for defendant.
Macfnrlanc s. McCandless; as
sumpsit. Kinney for plaintiff ; Ash
ford & Ashford for defendant.
Ueevo vs. Puuloa Sheep and S,
Ranch Co. ; assumpsit. Creighton
Peacock vs. d'Abrcu ; assumpsit.
Whiting for plaintiff; Ashfoid &
Ashford for defendant.
Parko vs. Peacock ; trover. Brown
for plaintiff; Whiting for defendant.
McCliesuoy va. Cartwright ; as-
MUnhslt. HnrUveU for pfhlntlfit
Hatch for defendant.
Mnkce Sugar Co. vsJ. Aloiau;
ejectment. Smith for defendant.
Makee Sugar Co. vs. Ah I ; eject
ment Smith for plaintiff.
Martin vs. Kerr ; assumpsit. Ash
ford & Ashford for plaintiff Hart
well for dclendant.
Sherman vs. Harrison ; assump
sit. Hartwell for plaintiff; Hatch
The King vs. Tornis and Kodani ;
gambling. Kaulukou for defendants.
Minister of Interior vs. Trustees
Bishop Estate ; exceptions from
April term. Hartwell for plaintiff ;
Hatch for defendant.
Lcong Kau vs. Monting; equity
appeal. Hartwell for plaintiff; Cas
tle for defendant.
Ananu vs. Humphreys; equity
appeal. Thompson for plaintiff;
Hartwell for defendant.
Tho King vs. Makaniaka; excep
tions from Fourth Circuit. Rosa
The King vs. Chop Tin ; excep
tions from Fourth .Circuit. Rosa
Kaleialii vs. Kekuaweln; excep
tions from April term. Smith and
Peterson for plaintiff; Hartwell for
Thurston vs. Aylctt ; equity ap
peal. Smith for plaintiff ; Rosa for
Lorscn vs. Watcrliouse ; excep
tions from July term. Creighton
for plaintiff; Smith for defendant.
Napahoa vs. The Chinese Union ;
exceptions from last October term.
Rosa for plaintiff; Brown for de
fendant. Loo Ngawk vs. Cartwright;
equity appeal. Hartwell for plain
tiff ; Neumauu and Hatch for appel
The King vs. Mahelona ; larceny.
Rosa for defendant.
Brush (w) vs. Brush (k). Smith
Ilagemann (w) vs. Hagemann(k).
Neumann for ilaintiff ; Magoon for
Achi (k) vs. Achi (w). Rosa for
Aiona (k) vs. Malaca (w). Roa
Kaalcmauna (w) vs. Alika (k).
Kane for plaintiff; Rosa for de
fendant. Kahananui (w) vs. Kahananui
(k.) Creighton for plaintiff; Rosa
Lycett (w) vs. Lycctt (k).
Brown for plaintiff
Awai (k) vs. Mary Ana (w).
Kane for plaintiff.
Hairigan (w) vs. Harrigan (k).
Rosa for plaintitf.
Davis (w) vs. Davis (k). Rosa
HTHE most refreshing drink in the
j- cny: ice urcam aoua nnd ice
Cream Drink served
at all hours at the
A MACHINE for Shelling Coffee.
Any ono having ono for sale or
able and willing to muko one, please ad.
dress this ofllce. 48 tf
A POST Ofllce Bank t'ook, contain
ing certificates numbers of which
aro stopped at the Bank. A suitable
reward will he paid on returning same
to Bui.lutin Olllcc. m 3t
A LL accounts
duo U. H. or C. K.
Hotel street, of six
months standing mid unpaid on the
15th proximo will be pluce in tho hands
of a collector. 58 Ot
A YOUNO Gunnun Woman with
Child, wishes a situation as gen.
oral house servant, and is willing to
work for low wages. Ocod town refer,
ences given. For particulars apply at
Bulletin Ofllce. rB lw
AN c.pert Book.kecptr thoroughly
competent to write up and bulauce
an imperfect set of hooks and mako out
correct ttitemtnis of accounts. The
work can l.o done evenings, or at any
hour to suit applicant. Address Ton
Olllce Box No. UOl. 57 3t
This dollcacy can ho made in first,
class stylo with
New Zealand Mullet
1 lb. TINS $2 PER DOZEN
J. E. Brown & Co.,
C8 Merchant Street. fit
By "Lady Lampson,"
00 Bbls of Fine Red Salmon,
OASTLE & COOKE.
F YOU LOSE
advertise it iu tho Daily DuLWiTIM
i i n
Jtoticc untler iUt hemt io churgctl 10 tcvtt
per line for Iheflnl imtrilan, ntirf o atiliptr line
ci-cry additional intcrtion.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
8HOP. Rear of Lucan' Mill.
IT has been discovered by Iho doctor.
that Cooked Taio Flour Isexcellent
food for weak and delicate infants, pre
pared n follows: Ono tabltspoonful of
Cooked Taro Flour mixed with 1 pint
of boiling milk. When cold feed tho
child with a lnirsu bottle. It will give
a child new life in a few weeks. U5 3w
fPARO MUSH Peed the sick and
X delicate pcr.sout on Cooked Taio
Flour Mush, mndu thin mid prepaid!
like corn meal In boiling water, and
served with milk and sugar. TliU mnkes
an elegant mush. its !!w
nPAROBLHSCU if MIxTaro Flour
JL very thick In boiling water, then
roll in wlicnt Hour and lorm Into bus.
cult, use a little butter at bottom of pan,
smear a little Imttcr over the top of Taro
Biscuit, this makes a cheap and excel
lent Taro Cukes. !!5 !lv
GRIDDLE CAKET.ko half rye
llour, half Turo Floiu, one or two
eggs, little salt, ouo tcaspoonful of Hoyal
Bitklng Powder to a cupful of each,
buko or fry ou griddle. 95 i'w
TARO MUSH Use 2 tablespoons
fill of the Taro Flour to each per
son and mix thin, prepared like corn
meal in boiling water, bcrvo wnnn or
cold witli milk ami sugar Tato Muli
can stand a day or tuo if desired. 1)5 !5w
A SMALL Gtay Terrier
Dog, lame on one of
the hind legs. Finder will
please return the same to
Pioneer Shin Factory
Of Honolulu, No. 17 Emma St.
The undersigned bens to inform the
public of these Islands that he is making
Sliirtw ly aVEenMiircmcitt I
Directions forcelf-ineusureinent will
he given on application.
White Shirts, Overshirts & Night Gowns
A (it guarantee by making a paraplc
Shirt to every order.
Island order solicited Bell Telephone 410
A. M. MKLLIS.
BI THE S. S. ZEALiMA
CHAS. J. FBSHEL,
Will receive a lino lino of
Lace Curtains !
And a general assortment
Which wo will oiler nt very
CHAS. J. FBS3-3EL,
The Leading Millinery House.
Corner of Fort & Hotel stroets.
i nfiitf ,T - flaw iinimlinirifr ni tfitt" -T"r-6ii
ca 3 tbZ a y9
I Ee ima 4 Bjfl
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hats, Boys' White Shirts,
gj3T AT VEUY LOW I'illUKS &$
A full line of Ginghams !
A Larfl Assortmont of
Wo will close
For Gents, Ladies,
3SGJ-A.TV e OOIWCJPA.IVTr.
lent s Fortisshsng Boods, &c
To lie H ii any store i llio Kingdom !
GENTLEMAN of over HO years'
business experience wiih I.irire
linns in England anil this Kingdom is
open for a rccncnRPiiiciit as Uook.
keeper, C.ialiicr and Correspondent. He.
ftTcnccs and Icbtiinonials of the highest
oidcr. Addicss 1. O. llox 4TU -iilm
SPECIAL meeting of the stock-
liulduro of tliu Mutual Telcproiio
( nnipany will lie hunt lor Hie purpose
of "Altering the Hy-Lawp," at the (Join,
imny'a Uiiilding. on WEDNESDAY,
October 10th, ut 10 o'clock a. m.
C. O. HEHGEH,
51 td Secretary.
AS I intend to go East by the October
steamer, t must request nil pa i tics
indebted to me for bills duo .1 line HOth,
to make puymuulb bcloie October 1,
186S. All bills unpaid after tha' date
will bo pluced into the hands of an
attorney wldi itiftruetloas to collect.
r.:ilw CItAS. .1. EISIIEL.
"DYtbe "Australia" Mr. Jiunin
JD received an Invoice of the
Ir.nted Anheusor Difiuidit Hcer of St.
Louis, which be now oilers for salu to
his patrons at the Empire llniifc, court
of Niniiimi und Hole) htreets This
Hcer coined nil ihu way fmin St. Louis
on ice, and arrangements having Lei n
ninile for regulai fehlpmcnlu. This
article will hereafter be iu regular
supply nt the "Empire." WI lw
Can bo found next dnor to the P.
Otllce, Merchant Mreot.
IIuvkH Non. 18, :J7, (id, 75.
Mutual COO-fiJUTELEPHONESrar Bell 204
TOB PRINTING l all kinds ee.
' r.uied at the Daily Uiii.li'.tih Ofllce
TARO FLOUR !
Those wliisblni? Taro Flour or Pol, iu
barielH are n (pickled to ring up
Mutual BOGSaTETEPHONESK-f-Bcll 325
When their nnle ill be promptly
5!i"l altuidul to. ilia
T you findvthTnq
J. advortbo it lu tho Daily Bui.uitim.
u II line of Batiste!
WMtB Dress Eroods!
out al a
Misses it Children. gC3
& G5 Fort Street.
. A. M. Hewett,
Purposes leaving fur the Coast in
October prior to which he
oilers the whole of his
Do not lie alarmed that you will not
be able to purchase in Honolulu
A Handsome Christmas Present
As iu Ban Francisco for Mr. Hcwctt is
going to select such a slock as will
huh ino most iiiBiiucouB anu
surprise our little city.
CSTXtt parties now indobted to Idra
aro respectfully requested to mako
immediate settlement. 4U lm
Closing Out Sale 1
1 A. GOFSMS & CO.
Will bo continued
And the Store kept
Open Till 8 O'clock Evenings
For Iho convenience of buyers. A
few of those
English. Prints & Tips
Still on hand.
CiyWo oiler Genuine Ilai'inliu In all
lines, and No Reasonable Oiler will be
refuted, as our Jeaso expiree next month
and tho Mock icust be amoved. 04 lw
X fully liulletlu 00 cts per lnootli.
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