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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack stnnd : Merchant nnd Fort
street. Telephones, 833.
SATURDAY, SHPT. 2!), 1888.
Stuir LIKclikofioui Maul
Stuir MnkulU fioin Molokal
Stinr Jus Slnkcc from Kap.ia
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stinr Kuala for Wnlanao and Walnlua i
9 a m
Stmr Mokollt for Moloknt at ii p m
bktno & X Ontle for San Francisco
Stmr Llkellko for Kahulul ntf p m
Fiom Knliuliil ami way ports per
htinr Llkullko.Hopt U'.) Mis It McShane,
Mr Maih, l'lllgh, C High, 11 Law,
31 is Linden. Wis Onisteail. Mis F 3!
Simpson, .Mi-i llaib.i, i childtcu and
sen ant, Mis W 1) Alexander and
daughtci, Di A A Oiane, .Mis-. N K
Louis, G P Wilder and wife, M Is Helen
"Wilder, Ml-s L Wilder and 01 deck.
CARGOES FGF.i i-AHD P0R7S.
LiLellko II'JU bg "iiir.ir, 112 hides and
VESSELS IN PORT.
USS Alcit, Gi.ih.iin
Am bktne b N C.e-tlc, llnbbaul
Gcr bk 0 It liihnp, Poppo
Hiip Khca, Saudguiit
Am bk Sonoma, Ui blithe
Am bktue Klttlk.il, Cutler
Haw bk .la1 A King, lieiry
Danish bk (Joi.iuun, Jessen
Hawaiian bk Lady L.unpsou, Sodcigron
Bk Velocity, Maittn
The baik Coi.uina is expected to sail
on Tuesday for linker's Island, the Con
Mielo on tliu same day for San Fian-oi'-eo;
the bark C It JJisliop on Wednes
day for San Fiancisco. and the Klikit.it
and .Tas A King for Paget Sound to
anls the end of tin week.
Local & general news.
Miss Jieiiy's school le-opens on
This is ladies' night
at tho Blue
No feign of the Royal mail steamer
ipoba as we go to press.
hoibo is icnoilcd to be
lying on the bank nc.u Kapena falls.
Bandmaster lleiger is spending
his, vacation in piopaung now niiibiu
for the bund.
3Iu. William Fofetei, Cloik of the
S&icnic Couit is expected to return
on the Maiiposa.
yi.n residents say they cannot ic
irt..nibor such a httctchof hot weather
as -vo aro now having.
Rr.Ai) what J. A. Gons.ilves has to
say in another column about photo
graphs and island viewb.
Cor,. C. 1 laukea, Agent of the
Ciown lands, has an oil'ico in the
Government building adjoining the
A pair of gi.iy colts laised by Mr.
John II. Paty, wore driven fiom
W-Mfua t0 Honolulu inside of five
, l 2ilif ytliis morning.
Jll(-,, " S. N. Gastlo E.iils Monday
A jn , us for San Frnnciboo. A mail
" iC foi warded from tho Post Oflico
jli' rlo'c at 8 a. m.
" ' Jam'bs Lylft obtained judgment for
.?155 with coils against Riiyinond
Reyes, in tlio Ciil Court yebteiday
afternoon. An appeal was noted.
FitUNCii lessons will be given from
II to -i on 31ondays'and Thursdays,
and Goi man lessons, at tamo hours,
Tuesdays and Fiidayb, nt3IissTliicl'H
Tun regular quarterly exhibition of
Sunday Schools will be held in Kau
niakapili Olmrch to-morrow morning
at 10 o'clock, under diicction of 3Ir.
A. L. Smith.
Cavtains Jensen and Hopkins
weio out in tho police yacht in tho
liaibor yestoiday. A new style of
hail-making has evidently been
adopted, accoiding to an expert's
Tin: annual meeting of the Hono
lulu Librm y and Heading Room As
sociation will bo held Fiidny, Octo
ber fitli, at 7:110 o'clock. Ofiiceis
and i trustees for tho ensuing year
will bo elected.
IIika.m, a T .Ui'aii.in who was ono
of the nieiuheis of tho Hawaiian Em
bassy to Samoa in 188b(t, leaves on
tho Maiiposa to visit Apia again. It
is rumoicd thai ho is going on im
Tin: Mutual Tolephono Company
will issue a now list of subsciibcis
next week. Any changes oi cor
rections desiied by paities, should bo
sent to Superintendent J. W. Piatt.
E. 15. Thomas has been con-
iinhed to his homo for tho past threo
webkn with partial blindness. ilr,
Thomas would liko to havo somo of
bin old fjiomls call on him at his ie
siujoneo, coinei of Lunnlilo nnd Ki
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
laluo Hibbon League entcrtnin-
ment at 7 :ii0.
Hawaiian Social Club at Gibson's
hall ht 7:30.
Mi'isio and skating at the Yosc-
jnite .skating Kink.
AUCTION SALES ON MONDAY.
nv .1. i'. MOUOAN.
At noon, valuable horses
colts by order of Trustees of Ilia
Majesty's estate, at the stables tear
of .7. 1. Dowsclt's onicc, Queen
The usual ciilcrlaiiimeiib by the
Hluo Hibbon League -will bo ghen
this evening at tho Y. 31. J. A.
Hall, coininencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Following is the nrogiammc:
t'lano boln Mis. T. 0. Toiler
Kciidini; Miss A. M. l'.vyson
Song.." Mrs. W. W. Hall
Jieottatlou Miss Kvclj n Dexter
Song, v . . . Miss L Di eloi
Adiiicss Mrs. J. 31. Whitney
Come out and hear the ladies.
ALL SOULS' DAY.
Next Sunday, Sept. yOth, will be
solemnly kept by the Roman Catho
lic Church all aiound the world,
as an "Ajl Souls' Day," according
to an encyclical letter of the Pope.
All masses will bo offered for the
souls of Purgatory.
At the Roman Catholic Cathedral
of Honolulu, 0 and 7 a. m., low
masses with Holy Comtnunioti; 10
a. m., Iliiili Solemn Mass for the
dead. All the faithful aie invited
by the Sovereign Pontiff to assit at
Religious services in the afternoon
ASSAULTING AN OFFICER.
Sam Ku is an officer of the Board
of Health and has the right to ex
amine premises and search for lep
ers. Sam learned that ,thcie was a
natiyo female leper on some prem
ises occupied by Chinese and this
morning went .to look for her. One
of the Chinamen asked him what he
wanted, and Sam told his business.
The latter vras going on with his
searching when the Chinaman grab
bed him by the coat collar and com
menced to fire Sam off the premises.
Sam, however, was too much for
him and five minutes later the China
man was on his way to the Station
House. A charge of assault and
battery on a police officer has been
entered against him.
Since the departure of the brig
antino J. D. Spreckcls there has
been no shipping in port at Kahu
lui except the usual Likclikc. No
other vessel is expected right away.
The weather has been beautifully
clear and fine, and intensely hot for
the pa-.l week, and rain i3 anxiously
looked for by everybody.
The 31aui Racing Association had
a "tmeral meeting at the Court
house in "Wailuku, Friday Sept. 21,
at which Hon. P. N. Makeu was
elected a member and considciable
important business was tiansacted.
It was decided to have races on the
lGth of November next, and a veiy
good and full piogrammc was ai
ranged at a meeting of the Execu
tive Committee last Thursday even
ing. The association seems to be
in a very flourishing condition and
has the hearty support of most of
the prominent men on Maui. It is
safe to predict that the November
race meeting will be as signal a suc
cess as all tho preceding ones.
In the Supreme Court this morn
ing, Mr. Justico Preston gave his
decision in the case of H. A. Wide
niann vs. Ministet of Interior, in
junction to restrai i defendant from
grading Halcknuila street. A de
murrer had been filed by the Attor-ney-Genoral
on behalf of the defen
dant. His Honor ruled that the
grading of tho stiect did not take
property as claimed by the plain
tiff in his bill. A change of grad
ing the street was not an alteration
of the street as contemplated by
certain sections of the Civil Lode.
He therefore sustained tho defen
dants demuiicr, with leave for the
plaintiff to amend the bill. The
plaintiff has not decided whether to
amend the bill or appeal to the
Court in Banco. A- S. TIaitwell
for plaintiff, Attorney-General for
Editor Buuutix: Your corres
pondent "Uyo and Bye" appears
to have the good intention to ex
cuse those who yotcd against tho
Chinese Bill and to throw all the
blame on the working people. This
point in view, I would like to eon
tiibutc some illustrations which will
confirm and support his obsciva
tions. There is a man in town who re
ceived on Maui S25 a month, be
sides free b.oard and lodging, for
his services. But as usual ho was
not satisfied and longed for the
pleasure of the metiopolis. lie
left his position, came to Honolulu,
spent his money (ho he says,) and
goes begging as an object of charity.
Another man. with a family, act
ed similarly, but his reasons for
(putting work were a shade differ
ent, he was too lazy to woik. Un
der the pretence, of being sick and
unable to wprk, he and his family
are now suppprtcd by the charita
ble ladies of 'Honolulu.
I havo a niimbor of similar cases
from my own experience to ichito,
whenover further illustiatious are
needed. Is Ft i l-jik.
A Nihilist plot has been discover
ed in St. Petersburg. Three women,
who were carrying bombs, havo been
arrested near the Impeiial Palace.
SUPREME COUBT-HH CHAMBERS.
ni.ront. mi r.urroN .1.
Funny, Sept. 23.
In equity, V. 3Ionling ct al vs.
Yec Hop & Co. It is decreed by
the Court Hint tho master's llnal re
port herein filed bo confirmed, the
plaintiffs being dismissed, and that
tho costs be paid out of the partner
ship funds. W. A. Whiting for
plaintiffs ; A. S. llartwell for defendants.
Saturday, Sept. 21).
In equity, II. Ilaikfeld & Co. vs.
Win. Alex. Pfiuger ot al, minors.
Bill for the conveyance by minors of
the legal estate in lands. Hearing
upon answer of W. A'. Whiting,
guardian ad litcn for minors, tho
defendants. Decree in accordance
with bill will be signed on presenta
tion. 1 31. Hatch for plaintiffs;
W. A. "Whiting for deiendant.
' ., POLICE GOURT.
Sit niDAY, Sept.
Ah llcen remanded for
opium in possession was fined SCO
with costs. '
A chaigo of malicious injury and
mischief against A. Kennedy was
continued to October 1st.
Thos. Short charged with larceny
was lemandcd to Oct. 1.
Namauu was chaigcd with assault
and battery with a dangerous
weapon on 3Iajor Wioughton and
Mr. Buick at Waialua. The de
fendant is a relative of Judge Ilili
THE HONOLULU BUSINESS DIREC
TORY. This local pioneer woik is now
ready for distribution, and we ac
knowledge the receipt of a copy.
The book contains 147 pages ot the
usual ditcctoiy size (octavo) neatly
bound in boards.
The contents comprise an alpha-'
betieal list of names and addiesscs
of Honolulu residents; a street
diiectory, containing the names of
occupants of stores, otlices and tene
ments arranged consceuuvciy; aim a
classified business diicclory of ad
veitisers only. There is, besides
the directory portion, a good deal of
useful information of a local nature
that will give much value to tho
woik as a ready refeicnce, in post
age rates, hack fares and other mat
ters of a like import. The reading
sketches compiisc a wcll-wiittcn
article upon Honolulu, "Advice to
touiists," etc., etc.
Taken as a whole, the Honolulu
Business Dueutoiy, judging from
this its first issue, is destined to
comOjinoie into favor each succes
sive year; audit solves the prob
lem that the dnectory work of tho
Hawaiian Islands, can bo done in
Honolulu. Fiotn the paucity of ad
veilisemeiits it may be inferred that
this opinion had not prevailed to a
very large etent among our busi
ness men when the canvass for ad
veitisenu'iits was made; but the
first issue of the work, compiled and
completed under mote than usual
pioneer dilliculties, is a credit to its
promoters and to Honolulu. It i3
another step , in advance ; and, al
though the first issue may not pay
expenses, it is to he hoped that suf
ficient patronage in tho future will
stimulate the publishers to greater
exertions in making successive is
sues all that is desiied.
The book before us contains 78
advertisements at the beginning and
end, including the cover; and all
the woik connected with the venture
was done in Honolulu. 31essis. J.
E. Brown & Co. are the publishers,
and the Directory is now for sale
and distribution at their office, 28
It is the intention of the publish
ers to supply the war-vessels in
port and the Oceanic Company's
steamers, also Hawaiian Consuls
abroad, with copies of the Honolulu
Business Directory fiec of charge,
and this action will give additional
benefit to advertisers. To all pur
chasers the pi ice of the book is two
dollars each copy.
SUGAR DEETS AT CHIGO.
Tho iinpoitcd sugar-beet seed
given the farmers to plant by Claus
yprecklcs is doing nicely. The far
mers arc watching the ciop with
great solicitude. The beets are now
nearly grown, mid the intention is
to gather them in tho early part of
September and hold them ready for
shipment. Neaily thirty fanners
planted the seed in fields of fiom one
to live acres. An analysis of these
beets shows very satisfactory results,
and gieut encouragement and con
fidence is expicsscd that it is the
beginning of :i great industry in
Butte county. Uhko JL'nterprine.
The Japanese have put to piactial
pioofnn experiment in .State-aided
colonisation. Nearly 20 ycius ago
a colonisation depai uncut wa for
med, and a commissioner sent to
Europe and America in order to
study the diffcmit systems of agri
culture. Shortly alterwards experi
mental farms were established on
some islands uoi th of Japan, The
methods employed were American,
and tho colonists received instruction
from a large stulf of Pulled States
citizens. Fiom mills, biewories,
and other manufacturing enteipiisc3
wero founded by tho Japanese Gov
ernment, loads were mndo, and
bounties weio given for laud Inouglit
under cultivation. The immigrants,
n uwinwina "iibi i.ji-hi ------
of whom a great number settled in
these islands, received a free pass
ago for themselves and families, h'dp
alo in money, temporary mainte
nance, ami exemption fiom taxation.
In all these matters the Japanese
(Joverutnent cariicd to the farthest
limit the manifold requirements of
State-aided colonisation. The ex
periment has continued to the pre
sent time, millions of public money
have been spent, and, after all,
according to a report just received
from the Japanese Consulate, tho
colonies are a failure. There is
gioat fear, too, that, unless further
subsidised by the Government, they
will stagnate and soon decay. The
lesson to be learnt from tho under
taking points to self-reliance as the
one thing lcquisitc for colonisation.
Olllcial contiol, loans from Govern
ment, in fact, extraneous help of
any sort, will not make successful
colonists. I Home News.
NATURAL SOAP WELLS.
Boiling springs hare lately been
discoveied in the New World pos
sessing -a hitherto unknown pecu
liarity. The world or reservoir has,
floating on tho surface of the heated
water, an oily or soapy substance,
which can easily be skimmed off.
This liaulcns gradually on exposure
to the air and forms a material, ex
actly the same, both in chemical
composition and the uses to which
it can be npplied, as the ordinary
soap of comnieice. The Dakota
nattual soap wells are a mixture of
lubiicatmg oil, alkali, and borax.
One reservoir of the soapy stuff has
been already utilised by an enter
prising Amciican, who owns the
land on which it has been found,
lie has submitted a sample to the
manager of a large Chicago soap-
boiluig firm, and it is asseitcd that
the natural soap now discovered is
worth the full weight of the manu
factured article. It would be pre
mature to express an opinion as to
the ultimate commercial value of
this natural soap, but tho fact re
mains that for some time past the
people living near these Dakota
springs have employed the oily sub
stance ladled from the surface as a
lubricant. Natural soaps of vege
table origin are found in Jamaica,
the West Indies and the Spanish isl
ands. They are apt, after a time,
like the cheaper grades of manufac
tured soap, to injure both the skin
and the texture of the clothes wash
ed with their aid. If the product of
the Dakota soap wells turns out to
be free from this deleterious quality
it may before long oust the manu
factured article fiom the markets of
the world. Home News.
' "J -.j.a.jji"'
THE ABANDONED TIN-PLATE INDUSTRY.
The Troy "Times" cndcavors"to
prove from the fact that the almost
total stoppage of the manufacture of
tinned plates in this country a nega
tive of the "Argus's" assertion that
it proved a failure by the use of
aiscnie as a llux, instead of borax.
Between 1873 and 1878 several
establishments were started for the
production of tinned plates in this,
country, and they wero highly suc
cessful at iiist, turning out a super
ior quality of goods.
The "Times" is correct thus far.
But when the heavy duty of five
cents per pound was placed on
borax, it raised the cost of making
tinned plates so high that the manu
facturers could not compete with
the imported plates at a duty of one
cent per pound, and they were forc
ed to seek the dishonest and poison
ous substitute for borax that they
found m the arsenic. This they
continued until tho examinations,
made several years ago, of poison
ous food products, by the chemist of
theNowYoik city Health Board,
were made public. He found that
the arscnized contents of fruit and
meat cans were in those manufac
tured from American plates coated
with the amalgam of tin and arsenic.
Pi of. Chandler staled plainly how
the publio could tell and guard
against tho poisonous cans by notic
ing whether the can remained bright
on the inside or turned blue on ex
posure to the air. If it became blue,
then it was the arsenic amalgam,
and the contents should not be used
for food. The decline of the manu
facture of the American tinned
plates followed close ou the expos
ures made by the New York Board
of Health. The "Timos" but em
phasizes that the protective tariff
injures rather than encourages nud
fosters American manufactures. For
the tax on the raw materials i's often
higher than on the manufactuicd
atticles. Albany Argus.
SHOP. Bear of LueaR' Mill.
MISS ISEItHY will re open her School
on the l.t of October. CO 2t
AS the usual quarterly list of sub.
tciltiLM of Ihe Mutual Telephone
Co. will bo issued next week, any par.
ties w idling In inuko change or correc
tions will pleiiso notify J. W. Piatt,
O. O. UKRGEK,
fiO 2t Hi cretary.
Wm. O. At water,
Grant MuiTitigo Licenses.
Ofllce, i Honolulu lion AVorks Co.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT.
J. advertise in the Daily Bulletin.
Ifoltctt under tUt html arc chirmrt ID terlt
per line for thefltsl Imeition, on I i! otntspcr lint
trcry athtilicnul insertion.
17 XT R A Cream
rPHE moat refreshing drink in
J. cily: leo Urcam hnda nnd
Urcini Drink served
at all hours at the
IF you wlih mi Ice cold, Ittficsldng,
"Life Pnstrvlng" di ink, Blep Into
the "Anchor Saloon," nnd c!l for a
schooner ot, John Wlclnnd't Phlldclphl
pW'Tlie "Anchor" ii the only futoon
on Nuuunu Ht., where thl justly cole,
binttid beer is kept on dranggt. fi'J'Jt
IT has been discovered by the doctor
that Cooked Turo Flour is excellent
food for weak and delicate infants, pre
pared as follows: Onetablcspoonful of
Cooktd Taro Flour mixed with 1 pint
of holllug milk. When cold feed the
child with n nurso lioltle. It will i;tc
a child new lifo In a few weeks )!5 !lv
rPARO MUSH Feed the Fieif and
JL delicate persons on Cooked 'laio
Flour Mush, nude thin and piepired
like corn mcnl In boiling water, and
sercd with milk and sugar. Thh unites
an elegant mush. ;r, !!w
HPARO BUTSCU IT-MIxlWMon"
JL veiy lhtek in boiling water, then
roll in wheat Hour ami form into bus.
cult, use a little butter at bottom of pan,
smear a little butter over the top ot T.iro
Bifcuit, this mnkc3 a cheap aud ecl
lent Taro Cakis. 35 ;twr
GRIDDLE CAKE-Take half rye
Uout, half Taro Flour, one or two
e?gs, little salt, ono tcaspoouful of ltoyal
Baking Powder to a cupful of each,
bake or fry on griddle. !5 8v
TARO MUSH Use 2 tablespoons
ful of the Taro Flour to each per
son nnd mix thin, prepared like corn
meal in boiling water, scre warm or
cold with milk and sugar Taro 3Iuh
can stand a day or two If desired, in 3w
J, A. GONSALVES,
3Toit Street, above Hotel.
Portrait, Cabinet Hissc, $0 per dozen.
Curd Size, $4 per dozen.
Island &Samoan Views
$1 per do.en.
EST For purchasers of more than a
single dozen a reduction of $1 on each
dozen is made. 5'J lm
BY THE S. S. ZBALAM
CHAS. J. FISS-SEL,
Will reeoivo a lino lino of
Lace Curtains !
And a general asHOitmcnl
Which wo will oiler at eiy
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
The Leading Milllneiy Uuuso.
Corner of Fort 6 Hotel streets.
wwinjiwiiliwai .iniT..8...maniiii.p'MaaCTt..w.ia. igjwiq.i"wi. e,nn imiiwwwwbmipwmiwwwwwwim
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hals, Boys' White Shirts,
fjST AT VEllY LOW PRICES
A ful! line of Gingham:
A Lame Assortin6nt of
We will clo-ic
fiFor Gents, Ladies,
-SJ THE SSS-
SSGi-AJS Sc COMPANT.
Ta 1)8 H ii any store ii tie Kiita !
BBOizaBstnseaaaMzxBsavnEXMumauB, .sr - Tre - a
A GENTLEMAN of oer HO years'
business experience with large
linns in England and ibis Kingdom is
open for ii le cnpnuciuint .ns Book,
keeper, C.i'liicr and Correspondent. Ho
fercuces and testimonials ot tho highest
oidei. Addicts P. O. I5o 471! -lilm
SPECIAL meeting of the sioel.
holders of Hit- Mutual TelepWmo
Company will be ludd for ihe putpoe
of "Altering the Jly-Lawr," at tho I'om.
pnuy'a Building, on WEDNESDAY,
October 10th, at 10 o'clock a. m
O. O. BKUGEU,
61 td (secretary.
AS I intend lo go East by the October
steamer, I must n quest nil parties
indebted to me for bills duo JunciiOlh,
to inuko payments before October 1,
lhSS. All bills unpaid after that date
will bo placed into tho hands of an
attorney with inct ructions tu eollcci.
r.!iliv ClfAS. J. KISIIEL.
BY the "Australia" Mr. James Olds
rcpeUed tin Invoice of the celt;,
touted Anhtuser IJiauglit Hcer of fcjt.
Louis, which lio now oilers for sale to
his patrons at tliu Einpliu llouto, corner
of Nuuanu und Hotel streets This
Deer coinei all the way from St. Louis
on lee, and arrangements having bnn
made for regular shipments. This
article will hereafter he In jocular
supply al the "Empire." OU lw
Can ho found next door to the 1
Otliee, Muiohnnt ttreol.
HackH os. 18, 37, H1, 75.
Vnuoiit t HO.
Mutual D90-TELEPllONESj5r Bell 204
TOB PRINTING o! all kinds exc.
' nnied at tlie Daii.v IIui.i.utin Oftlee,
TARO FLOUR !
TliOio whifhing Taro i'loar or Poi, in
ban els aie n quested lo ring up
Mutual OBSESS TETEPHONESffiTBall 325
When their orders will bo
their orders will
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X advertise it in the DAHiY BuLLBTia,
ful! line of Batiste !
Wluts Dress iootls!
uut at a
SHOES lSHOES !
Misses &. Children. jg(3
& J5 Port Street.
Ml A. iVi. Hewett,
Purpose; leaving for the Coast in
(Jctobcr prior to which ho
offers the whole of his
Do not be alarmed that you will not
be able to purchase in Honolulu
A Handsome Christmas Present
As in San Francisco for Mr. Hewett 1b
going to select such n stock as will
suit the most fustldeous aud
surprise our little city.
E2TA11 parties now indebted to him
are respectfully requested to mnko
Immediate settlement. 4U lm
Closing Out Sale !
I. A. GOMLTES & CO.
Will be continued
And tho Store kept
Open Till 8 O'clock Evenings
For tho convenience of buyers. "A1
few of those
English. Prints & Tips
Still on hand.
tSBTWo oiler Gsnulno Bargains In all
Uiiim, mid No Keaboiiablo Oll'er will be
refused, as our lease expires uext month
and thehtock must bo removed. 04 lw
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