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HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hack 'stands Merchant ami Fort
Street. Telephones, 035.
MONDAY, OCT. 1, 1888.
L, , im ARRIVALS.
Stair Klmiu from Hnunll and Maul
Stiur Mlkalmla from Kanni
Stinr Walalcalo Iioin Kauai
Schr Kaalokal from Knuai
Bk C D Bryant from San Francisco
. uct 1
Schr Ilaleakala from Pepeekco
S S Mariposa from Snn Francisco en
loute for tho Colonies
Stmr ICaala for Walanao and Walaltta at
Stmr Mokoltl for Jloloknl at 5 p m
bktne S K Oastlc lor San Francisco
Stmr Llkclikc for Kaliului at 5 p in '
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bgtnc Consuelo lor San Fianelsco
Bk CorannaJor linker's Island
Stmr Kiuau for Jlilo and way ports at
4 p m
Stnir Wuialeale for Kauai at 5 p m
8tmr"Via for AloloKiii and Kttau at
Pchr Ilaleakala for Pepeekco
Stmr Jas Makco for Kapaa at 4 p in
Schr Kaalokal for Ilanupepo and Wal-
niea at .'1 p in
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
From San FrancKco perS S jtfnilposa,
. Oct 1 II Bishop jr, JIrs Bieulg.GA
Brown, David Foster, Win Foster, lllss
S O Dickson, B Hoover, 11 It Laws ami
wife, G Long, O Long, Wm .Nell, S
Roth, F L StoU and wife, Miss Annie
Walker, O Jl Wilson it Son. 18 steerage
and 72 in transit.
Fiom Kauai per stmr Mlkahala. Sept
30 Hon W II Rice, D B Smith, J F
Colbuin, Miss Ilanis, Judge J Kala, G
AUowyu, 2 Chinese aud 44 deck.
From San "Francisco per bk C D Bry
aat, Sept 30 Miss Nora Hammer, J
Bmkc and S Stanfoid.
From Maul and Hawaii per stmr Ki
uau, Sept 30 Mis F S Lyman, Miss Ma-
via I, Alex Young jr. IS Y Aiona. Mrs J
Weijiht, Miss B Weight, J Monaghan,
W R Low, II W Mist, Master Arthur
"Wilcox, Master B Shairat, Miss Alice
Bell, Master W Bell, A. AVigglns, C L
"Wight, iWm Patrick Fcunneil and 88
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kiuau 031 hgs sugar, 112 pkgs
hides, 1 hoise and CO pkgs sunds.
Stmr Mikahala 934 bgs sugar, 155 csks
molaoscs, G0,bgs nee ,100 sheep and
VESSELS IN PORT.
USS Alert, Giahani
Gcr bk O R Bishop, Poppc
Am bktne Klitikat, Cutler
Haw bk. Jas A Kiug, llerry
Danish bk Coranna, Jcssen
Hawailambk Lady Lampson, Sodergren
Bk Velocity, Martin
Bk O D Bryant, Lee
The baik Velocity will sail for Hong
koug on Wednesday afternoou.
A heavy northcily swell was encoun
tered off the Leper Settlement on llolo
kai yesterday and last night.
Tho bk C D Biyant, Captain Lee, ar
lived yesteulay 18 days fiom San Fran
cisco with 2i"0 hogs, 30,000 biieks and a
large quantity of other merchandise.
The Bryaut is consigned to Hackfeld &
Co., and is docked at Brewer's whaif.
Tho schr Ilaleakala was four days
from Jlouohilu to Pepeekco and four
days returning. Tho captain reports
gorgeously calm -weather. Ho further
says that the bilg Luilino got into Ililo
at a lucky moment, for a lengthy calm
came shoitly after her auival.
The brig Lurllne an ived at Ililo on
Thursday, 17 days fiom San Fiauelsco,
with 110 hogs, I hoi se, I cow and 700
tons of inisccllnncousiucrchnudlsc. Tho
bi ig is in ehaic;o of the chief oillcer, tho
captain having remained in San Fran
cisco. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
H. B. M. B, Hyacinth leaves for
tho South to-morrow.
wall paper for
Mn. Ynl. Foster, clerk of the Su
promo Couit, leturned on the Mari
posa, looking well.
It is ropoited thntjcnttlo aro doing
serious damage to the young trees in
Kapiolani Pai k.
AYoiik on now school houses on
School street and t)i Knlilii has beon
Thk annual meeting of tho Plant
ers' Labor and Supply Company will
be held Monday, October 2'Jtli.
Mn. Geo. "Williams has been ap
pointed Shoiifl of Kohala, Hawaii,
in placo of Mr. J. K. Hookano, le
This regular monthly meeting of
tiio officers of tho Honolulu Bides
will bo held this evening, at tho
Armory, at 7 :30 o'clock.
The boys and girls should .bear in
mind that Mr.-V. O. Atwator, of tho
Honolulu lion Woiks, is agont to
grunt maijiago liconses,
QAr-TAiN Halt of tho Mariposa
slio wed our i opoitcr to-day the gold
watcli picuontod him by passengors
pn tho last trip. It is a beauty.
The quuitorly meeting of tho Ha
waiian Social Olub for tpo election of
officers and other business will )0
held this ovening at 7 :30 o'clock.
The poreou who iuadvoitontly loft
a s'majl bit of piopcity at tjio Union
Saloon on Saturday afternoon, can
jeeover tho sapio by calling thoro for
Sugar gone tip rt i of
Mn. S. Both looks well after A
month's stay on tho Coast.
Mn. G. A, lhdwn, father of 0. A.
Brown, arrived on tho Mariposa.
Many thanks- to Furser Smith of
tho Mariposa for full lllcs of late pa-
Tiirmn is an advance in the prico
of lice. Latest quotations aiu -l
It. T. Booth, of Blue Bihbon
League notoiiety, is u through pas
senger on tho Mariposa.
Lr.ion S. Lynch, the advance agent
of tho baseball teams to play in Aus
tralia, is on tho Mariposa.
Tun native chaigcd with assault
on Major Wroughton and Mr. Buiek
was discharged in tho 1'olico Court
Tun mail for tho Colonies by tho
Mariposa closes this evening at 0
o'clock. Messrs. W. G. Irwin & Co.'s
office, will bo open between 7 and 0
The resignations of C. L. White,
principal, and Mrs. Sherman, assist
ant, of the Government English
school at Kapaa, Kauai, have been
sent in to tho Board of Education.
The foimcr takes effect Januaiy 1,
. m . '
At high tide on Sunday morning,
fifteen liugo sharks aro lcported to
have made their appearance at
Cunlia's Folly, Waikiki, swallowing
oyster cans, kerosene tins, etc., that
had been tossed from tho verandah.
They eventually took thoir departure
This sale of horses by. order of His
Majesty's liustecs caused consider
able commotion in the vicinity of
this oilice to-day. Tlicro was a large
attendance, and it took auctioneer
Arniitage some timo to dispose of the
lot. Thirty one animals were bold,
realizing 52,111. Tho highest price
paid was $200 tho lowest $12.
Whims two ladies were driving in
a buggy on Bcrctaina street, they
drew up near to a sidewalk and camo
to a standstill, to allow a butcher's
cut to pass, that was not driven with
the greatest care. Tho butcher's cart
came into collision with the buggy,
doing somedamageto tholattor. Tho
occupants of tho cart diove oil',
laughing and apparently pleased
with what they had, done.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 F. and A.
Harmonj' Lodge No. 2, I. O. and
O. F. at 7:30.
Honolulu Social Club at 7 :30.
The mail steamer Mariposa ar
rived shortly after 1 o'clock this
afternoon from San Francisco. She
was detained by the mails, caused
by the breaking down of the S. S.
Etruria, shortly after leaving Queens
town, and being obliged to put back
for repairs. She sails for the Colo
nies at midnight.
BROKE A SHAFT.
This morning Miss Noltc was
driving along Merchant street in a
huggy, when in passing the( street
sprinkler the water scared the' horse
and caused the buggy to come into
collision with a hitching post, bi cak
ing the shaft. The real cause of
the accident was the careless man
ner in which the street sprinkler was
Monday, Oct. 1st.
Ten drunks forfeited bail of $G
Manuel Perry, for violation of
express rules, was fined $5 and had
his licence cancelled.
Ah Ung was fined S7 and Yap
Sing S2 for the same offense.
Three Chinese for assault aqjl
battery, two with dangerous weap
ons, were remanded.
A LAWYER DROWNED.
Mr. T. T. Kalacone, a native
lawyer, was drowned at Niumalu,
Kauai, last Friday morning. It ap
pears he went out in a canoe witli
three others to a cliff for kui opihi.
When near tire cliff ho jumped into
tho water with the intention of
swimming to" tho cliff. Kalaeone
had reached his distination within n
few feet when lie became exhausted.
Ilia companions noticed lie was in
distress and went to his assistance,
but weic horrified in finding he was
dead. The body was placed iu tho
canoe and taken to his home. An
inquest was held by Judge Kala at
Lihue, tho jury returning a veidict
of deatli by drowning. Tho de
ceased was about 4C years of age
and leaves a widow.
C. W. MACFARLANE.
Col. G. W. Macfarlane left San
Francisco for England by the way
of the Canadian Pacific Railroad, on
tho 18th inst. Dr. Mott.Smith and
Mrs. Smith went East at the same
time and by tho same route, Mr.
Macfarlane was induced to take this
circuitous roulo by telegrams from
tho General Agent and the President
pf the Canadian Pacific fyiilioad,
who wished to haye a conference
witli him at Montreal, presumably
in reference to tho new steamers to
be placed under tho Hawaiian flag,
an illusion to which appeared in tho
Bulletin shortly after the ariival of
the Inst previous mail,
SUGAR MARKET) "
Latest telegraphic tulvictis frOni
New York, dated Sept. 2Uh, quotes
Cuba centrifugals. 00 test at Gk
cents with market steady and ad
vancing. London beets, 88 lo3t,
11-ti. European and foreign mar
kets dull and declining.
Late Foreie lews.
The bark C. D. Bryant arrived
Sunday morning, eighteen days from
San Francisco. She brought one
dayln latdr news than the Australia,
but thero is very little of import
ance. Tho letter of General Harrison,
the Republican nominee for Presi
dent, is published. It agrees en
tirely with the platform adopted at
The Duke of Aosta and Princess
Letitia Bonaparte were mariied at
Turin, September 11th.
A Portuguese gunboat had arrived
at Tangier to support PoitugaPs
claims against the Sultan.
Captain Anderson who started in
the dory Dark Secret from Boston to
Quccnstown, abandoned her at sea
and returned to Now York on a Nor
Disastrous floods arc reported in
tho southern part of the Province
of Granada, Spain.
Up to noon September 11th, there
had been (518 cases of yellow fever
and 78 deaths at Jacksonville,
The relations between Emperor
William and mother arc more
strained than ever.
Advices have been received at
Berlin to the effect that the St.
Petersburg Government dissuaded
General Boulanger from visiting
The Italian Government is ar
ranging for the publication of a
complete edition of the works of
Per fi. 8. Mariposa.
The Indian crop is a failure.
Ex-Marshal Bazaine of France
died at Madrid, Sept. 23d.
General Salomon, ex-President of
Hayti, is dying.
A number of war vessels are to be
added to the German navy.
Five of a yachting party were
diovwied at Biockvilie, Ontario,
Sept. 2-1 th.
The Princess of Wales had a nar
row escape fiom being killed near
Four thousand rebels arc in the
vicinity of Suakim.
The volcano on the Island of
Strombolt is in a state of active
Professor Jamieson, a member of
the Stanley lelief expedition, is
Six factories and two houses in
St. Omer, France, were destroyed
by an explosion, Sept. 22.
Five thousand ship - builders
threatened to strike at Belfast.
Bismarck will resign the Prussian
Ministry of Commerce.
Tho steamer Liberta, ashore on
White Island, is breaking up.
The republican press of Franco
attributes Boulanger's success to
The steward of the Dovcnby
Hall, sentenced to death for killing
the captain, has been respited.
Russia nlllrms the views of Tur
key, whose interests arc picjudiced
by Italy's seizure of Massowah.
The Socialists will hold an Inter
The Czar and Czarina decline to
see Queen Natalie.
The relation between the Powers
arc as sensitive as ever.
Several important changes hi
Salisbury's Ministry arc pending.
The shortage of tho French wheat
crop is estimated at 100,000,000
The Cuban cyclone caused nearly
a thousand deaths.
Chamberlain in his speech at
Bradford, commented on Iiisli af
faiis. Another arrest lias been mado in
connection with tho Whitechapel
The Northern Pacific lias secured
valvablo terminal facilities at Win
Twelve cars carrying troops were
wrecked in a railroad disaster at
Bulgaria lias been obliged to sur
render a Russian oflicial, who stabb
ed n couple of soldiers.
A lucky compositor of Versailles
named Alamayer lias inherited a
legacy of 1,000,000 francs.
A dispatch from Washington,
Sept. 19 ill says: Admiral Kimber
loy has been ordered to dispatch
one of tho vessels of the Pacific
squadron to Samoa to protcot the
interests of Americans, which are
threatened in tho disturbances there.
King Milan's dlvorco suit lias
Disastious Hoods have occurred
in Austria and tho Tyrol, many
Major Bartellot, tho African ex
plorer, hap been murdered.
The steamer Sud America was
sunk iu a collision and many lives
Dillon has been released from
At Iluclva, Spuin, two men fought
a duel, one being killed and the
other fatally wounded.
Efforts aro being imidp to ellect a
reconciliation between King Milan
and Queen Natalie.
rpHE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
X Dully Bulletin 50 eta per month,
AN iNTEHf&flHQ LETlER FROM A
AiS this i3 Juhilco year it tends to
make one look back and think
of the flight of time, nnd in this way
I am reminded that 1 nin one of the
veterans in the sale of your valua
bio and successful medicine. I
have sold it fiom tho very first, and
have sent it into every country in
England and many parts of Scot
land. Well do I Remember tho
first circular you sent out some nine
or ten years ago. You had come to
England from America to introduce
Mother Scigcl's Curative Syrup,
and 1 was struck by a paragraph in
which you used these words:
"Being a stranger in a stragc land,
I do not wish the people to feci that
I want to tako the least advantage
over them. I feel that I have a
remedy that will cure disease, and
I have so much confidence in it that
I authorise my agents to refund the
money if peoplo should say that
they have not benefitted by its use."
I felt at once that you would never
say that unless the medicine had
merit, and I applied for the agency,
a step which I now look back upon
with" pride and satisfaction.
Ever since that time I have found
it by far the best lcmedy for Indi
gestion and Dyspepsia I have met
with, and I have sold thousands of
bottles. It has never failed in any
case where there were any of the
following symptoms: Nervous or
sick headache, sourness of the sto
mach, rising of the food after eat
ing, a sense of fulness and heavi
ness, dizziness, bad breath, slime
and mucus on tho gums and teeth,
constipation, and yellowness of the
eyes and skin, dull and Bleopy sen
sations, ringing in tho ears, heart
burn, loss of appetite, and, in short,
wherever there arc signs that the
systems is clogged, and tho blood is
out of order. Upon repeated in
quiries, covering a great variety of
ailments, my customers have always
answered, "I am better," or "I am
perfectly well." What I have sel
dom or never seen before iu the
case of any medicine is that people
tell each other of its virtues, and
those who have been cured say to
the suffering: "Go and get Mother
Seigel's Curative Jtyrup, it will
make you well." Out of the hun
dreds of cuics I will name one or
two that happen to come into my
Two old gentlemen, whose names
they would not like me to give you,
had been martyrs to Indigestion
and Dyspepsia for many years.
They had tried all kinds of medi
cine without relief. One of them
was so bad he could not bear a
glass of ale. Both were advised to
use the Syrup and both recovered,
and wero as hale and hearty as men
in the prime of life.
A remarkable case is that of a
house painter named Jeffrips, who
lived at Pcnshurst, in Kent. His
business obliged him to expose him
self a great deal to wind and weath
er, and he was seized with rheuma
tism, and his joints soon swelled up
with dropsy, and were very stiff
and painful. Nothing that the doc
tors could do seemed to reach the
scat of the trouble: It so crippled
him that he could do hardly any
work, and for the whole of the win
ter of 1878 and '70, lie had to give
up and take to his bed. He had
been aflhcted in this sorry way for
three years, and was getting worn
out nnd discouraged. Besides, ho
had spent over 13 for what lie
called "doctor's stuff" without the
least benefit. In the Spring he
heard of what Mother Seigel's Cura
tive Syrup has done for others and
bought a 2s. Gd. bottle of me. In
a few days ho sent mo -word he was
much better before he had finished
the bottle. He then sent to me for
a 'la. Gd. bottle, and as I was going
that way I carried it down to him
myself. On getting to his house
what was my astonishment and sur.
prise to find him out in the garden
weeding an onion J bed. I could
hardly believe my own eyes, and
"You ought not to ho out here,
man, it may be tho death of you,
after being laid up all winter with
rheumatism and dropsy."
His reply was: "There is no
danger. The weather iB fine, and
Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup has
dono lor mo in a few uays wuat tue
doctors could not do in threo years,
I think I shall get woll now."
He kept on with tho Syrup, and
in tin co weeks ho was at work again,
and has had no rolurn of the trou
ble for now nearly ten years. Any
medicine that can do this should bo
known all over the world.
(Signed) RuratT Giiaham,
Of Graham & Son.
Ilolloway IToubo. Sunbury,
June 25th, 1887-
Tho aboyo wonderful cure of
Rheumatism, was the result of tlm
remarkable power of Mpther Seigel's
Curative Syrup to cleanse thu blood
of the poisonous humours that aiise
from Indigestion and Dyspepsia,
Mother Seigel's Curntivo Syru."!
is for sae by nil chemists and me
dicino vendors, apd by the nroprici
tors, A. J. White, limited, 5,
Ftirdngdori Road, London, Kng.
JVolicci under Ms head ire chswl 10 titr.ll
per lint for thtflrtl trutrtton, ami 5 ctnte ;er Una
every a&OUlonal Insertion.
THE most refreshing drink in
X oily: Ice Cream Soda nnd
Cream Drink served
all houis at the
TF you wish an Ico
drink, step into
JL "Life Prcscrvlnc"
iuc "Alienor saioou," anu can lor a
schooner of John Wleland's Phlldelphla
pirThe "Anchor" i the only Baloou
on Jfuuauu Bt., where this jU3tly eclc.
biated beer is kept on draught. 09 i!t
TAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Bear of Lucas' Mill.
IT has been discovered by tho doclon
that Cooked Taio Flour is excellent
food for 'ncak and dcllcnto infants, pre
pared ns follows: Ono tablcspoonful of
Cooked Taro Flour mixed with 1 pint
of boiling milk. "When cold feed tho
child with a nurse bottle. It will gie
a child new life In a few weeks. .10 3v
rpARO MUSH Feed thu eicK ami
X delicate persons on Cooked 1'aio
Flour Mush, mude thin and piepaied
like corn meal in boiling water, a-id
served with milk and sugar. This mtiki-3
an elegant mush. :I5 llw
ARO BU ISCU IT MIxTaro Flour
very thick la boiling water, then
roll In wheat Hour and lorin into bus
cuit, use a little butler at bottom of pan,
smear a little butter over tbc top of Taro
Biscuit, this makes a cheap aud excel
lent Taro Cakes. ' U5 3w
RIDDLE CAKE-Take half ryo
Uour, half Taro Flour, one or two
eggs, little salt, one tcaspoonful of lioyal
Baking Powder to a cupful of each,
hake or fry on griddle. US 55w
TARO MUSH Use 2 tablespoons,
ful of the Taro Flour to each per.
son nnd mix thin, prepared like corn
meal in boillnc water, servo warm or
cold with milk and sugar Tnro Mush
can' stand a day or two if desired. 35 3w
SToi-t Street, ubove Hotel.
Portrait, Cabinet Blze, $0 per dozen.
Card Size, $1 per dozen.
Island & Samoan Views
$4 per dozen.
EST For purchasers of more than a
single dozen a reduction of $1 on each
dozen is nude. 5'J lin
BI THE S. S. MLA1IA
CHAS. J. F0SHL,
Will reecho a fino lino of
Lace Curtains I
And a general anhorlment
Which wu will oll'or
CHAS. J. TISHEL,
Tho Reading Millinery IIoiim,.
Cornor of Fort & Hotel streets.
THIS WEEK !
63 and 65 FORT STREET. X
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hats, Boys' White Shirt
&5T AT VEUY LOW PRICES g&
A full line of Ginghams !
A mil line of Batiste !
A Larae Assortmeiit of
Wo will close
For Gents, Lulies,
: & (J5 Fort Street.
-gES THE a-
E2G5-.I Ac OOIMCJP.A-TN'Y".
To Tjb founa m any stove ill tlie Kiaeiloni!
Uy "Lady L-impsou,"
50 Bbls of Fine Red Salmon.
CASTLE & COOK
Pioneer Shin Factory
Of Honolulu, No. 17 Emma St.
Thu undersigned bees to inform thu
public of these Islands Unit lie la making
SIiirtH ly MonHiweinen. I
Directions forFulf.mcasuremunl will
bo given on application.
WhitoSliirts, Ovorshlrts & Higlit Gowus
A lit guiinintce by making a fiimple
Blilrt to u cry order.
Island ordor solicited Bell Telephone 410
A. 31. SIKIXIM.
& IM CO.,
Of Canton, Ohio, U.S.A.
eny in Hits
Ciiy for the sale of th
fuctiuuj, which are
Surpassed by Wone
In their line iu the world, un nppmu.
ally iu ottered to uP rcqulriug piU'
tioa of their Valuables from (,lni an 1
Theft to supply themselves on tcinis
which defy competition.
lSf For piiri'u uUrs Inrpilrt atXEm
No. ilj Merchant Et , lluuolulu, It. I.
Proof Safes I
Wliite Dress Goofls!
out at a
Misses &. Children. JgfS
mmmm Goods, &c,
37 - &8
Mr. A. M, Hewett,
Purpose leaving for the Coaat in
October prior to which he
offers the whole of Ills
Mauftsomelr Assorted Stick
Do not be alarmed that you will not
bo able to purchase in Honolulu
A Handsome Christmas Present
As la Ban FrnncUco for Mr. Bowctt la
going to select Huch a stock as will
suit tho most fastidcouH and
tiurprleo our little city.
15?" All pirllos now Indebted to him
aro respectfully requested to make
immediate settlement. 411 1m
Closing Out Sale !
I. A. GONSALVES & CO,
Will bo continued
Ami the Store kept
Open Till 8 O'clock Evonings
Kor tho convenience of buyers, A
few of thow
English Prints & Tips
Still on hand.
t'We oircr Genuine Uirgaius iu all
'tuoi, and No ltcnsuiubU- t tier will be ,.
;yliwu.l, as our lease empires next month
and thu Stock mubt bo ruuovcd", G4 lw