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HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hackstand: Merchant tuul Fort
street. Telephones, 335.
rr 11 is
TUESDAY, OCT. 2, 1888.
Am .lilp Daniel HaniL'M from Newcastle
N H V
15rtnc V 0 Invln from b'nn Francisco
Uk (Joratina for Milker's Island
Stmr Klnnn for llllo and way port at
1 p m
SI inr Witlnlculc for ICanal at t p in
Hlmr Viva for .Molokai and Kuan at
Holir llaluakala for J'cpcckco
Stmr .Jus Mnkec for Kapaa at I p m
Schr Kaatokui for Hanapupu and Wal-
mea at :s p m
Schr Ituinhow for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bgtne CoiiMtelo for Pan Francisco
Btmr Iwalanl for I.ahahm and llama-
kua at !) a m
35k Velocity for i'ouirkou"
For Samoa, Auckland and Syduey,
pur stmr .Mariposa, Oct 1 Prof V T
.Lti-Igham, Ilah'umaKaumuulii.K Wynne
and wife, and G U Whitehead. Steer
age: .F JS'lekle-en, wife and child, and
?"i passengers in transit from tan Fran
elsvo. Fov Maui per .stmr Likelikc, Oct 1
lion .los U Kawainui and wife, F I.
Stol., 11 Laws 11 It Laws, and wife, 3lr
Fenuell anil -30 deck.
For San Fmuci-co per bktne S X Cas
tle, Oct 1 Ml-s Kute 1. lingers, E Ho
siers, Miss MeAnerny, A iioomer, OA
Maulielm and 1) h Williams.
From San FraneUco pur bktne W G
Irwin Oct 1!-K C iii-ton, Henry Leh
man, .1 Makinold and C Carapu.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Dstne W G Irwin, McCulloch
Ship Daniel .Barnes, Strover
USS Alert, Graham
Ger bk U Jl lSbhop, I'oppe
Am bktne Klitikat, Cutler
llawbk .las A King, Hurry
Danish bk Coramni, Jessea
Hawaiian bk Lady Lampsou, Sodergren
Bk Velocity, Martin
Jk O D Bryant, Lee
Tho Mikahala will lay up this week
for a cleaning. She will go on the Ma
Captain Smith will take the schooner
Ilaleakula to l'cpcekeo and return this
trip, Captain Kibling remaining ashore
on account of illuu's.
The hark .las A King was hauled up
on the Maiine Hallway this afternoon
to be cleaned.
The bktne Planter encountered a gale
off the Farallone-, on her last trip to the
The U S S Nlpsie has been ordered
from Callao to Samoa.
The bktne Klikilat cleared for Paget
Sound tiiis afternoon.
The Coronna is expected to sail this
afternoon for llowlaud Island.
ThehgtnoWG Irwin, dipt McCul
loch, arrived ibis morning 10 days from
San Francisco. She brought a deck
load of 240 hogs for liurkc and WiiiMou.
The American ship Daniel Barnes,
Capt Strover, arrived this forenoon, 51
days from Newcastle, N S W, with 1838
tons of coal for li win & Co.
On Sept 23rd, the bktne Mary Win
kelman had the honor of being 'tho llrst
vessel towed by r-preekel.s' new tug
"Active." The "Winkehnann was taken
out to see at the rate of about ten miles
The bktne S N Castle took for San
Francisco yesterday 7,1 24 bgs of sugar,
and 1,1 (JO bgs of rice; value, 810,170.17.
Mr. Webster, chief clerk freight of the
1 1 S X l ., leaves by the Waialcale
this evening for a week's vacation. Mr.
Hoss, purser of the Mikahala, will act
as chief freight clerk for the week.
The steamer AValalealu will take the
Mikahala's route this week, and will re
turn to Honolulu Sunday morning.
AKUIVAI.S AT HAN rKANCISCO.
Sept 11, U S S Dolphin, 1-1 days from
Sept 17, bark Forest Queen, 21 days
Sept 22d, bktuo Planter, 18 days from
HEl'AKTUHES 1'KOM SAN 1'ltANCISCO.
Sept 17th, Ruhr W S Bowno.
Sept LMrd, bktne Mary Y lukchnnu,
both for Honolulu.
Hark Forest Queen, hktucs Planter
and W II Diiuond, and the SS Austra
lia on Out iitli. -
Sept lath, S S Alameda from Hono
II 1$ M S Kspieglo, 17 days from Ho
nolulu. l'OKT TOW.NHIINI).
Sept lllh, schr Win Benton for Ho
nolulu. Sept 10th, ship S F Horsey from Ho
BHEN1G la San Francisco. Sept 12th,
Charles Brunig, formerly of Hono
lulu, a natlvo of Germany, aged (Jl
years, 1 month and 13 days.
Tho remains were brought to Ho
nolulu on the Mariposa fov Inter
ment. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Something now. What is it?
Mil. .lust-ice Dole hits in Chambers
Pitor. W, T. Brighani left on
Mariposa for tho Colonies.
11. 11. M. H. Kspieglo anived
Esquimau September 11th.
Tin: U. S. S. Dolphin was fourteen
days in reaching San Francisco.
GoLUKNiiON who inurdeiecl Mamie
Kelly has bcou hung in San Fran
cisco. Tim members of Engine Co. No.
2 will meet for drill this evening at
7 ;30 o'clock.
Tnv it caso of Now Zealand ninl
lot. .1. E. Drown & Co. can supply
Dolocika sausages, fresh and good,
at Iho City Meat Market, Nuuanu
1'nor. Kiohanl 1'roelor
noiner, died in New Yorl;
the a.sl ro
Titr.HK was a largo shipment of
California raisins on the Mariposa
for the Colouies.
'Phi: sugar came crop in Louisiana
and Culm, has sullered serious ey
This Hawaiian Commercial Com
pany declared a dividend of 2f cents
per shine, payahle October 1st.
Kiity-kivij shares of Oceanic
Steamship Company stock were sold
September 22nd, at .1(85.25.
It is rumored that the Colonelcy
question will bo settled by the issu
ance of a Cabinet commission.
Tin: Minister of Finance gives no
tice that no more Hawaiian Gov
ernment bonds will bo issued at pres
ent. Tun thanks of the Dui.lktin arc
given for full files of lato San Fran
cisco papers from W. 11. Graenhalgh's
In the Police Court this morning,
bi. drunks contributed JfUC. Several
other cases were continued. Tho
Court is still in tension.
Am. outstanding accounts of the
lato If. J. Hart in connection with
tho Elito ice cream parlors will bo
collected by .Tag. Steincr.
Tin: Honolulu Amateur Minstrels
will make their appearance before
the Honolulu public nbout the 20th
inst. Full particulars will appear
Tiii:ui: are rumors to the cll'ect
that the Canadian Pacific Company
has been paid a very largo sum to
withdraw from the California export
trade with China.
Tun clectiic lights wero put out
.it mid-night last for a few minutes,
to allow the Mariposa to get clear of
tho luubor, after which they weio
Oun old friend Capt. .lolin II.
Brown did not turn up on tho Mari
posa. Latest accounts report him
having a huge time in 'Fiiseo and
loathe to leave theie.
Ac. '.no of men aro at work on
Aluk'M street, between Beietania and
Hotel Mreets, laying now eight inch
watei pipes. Heretofore thice inch
pipes have done service in this
MnssitH. Hollistcr & Co. have been
awarded the contract for supplying
drugs and medical supplies to the
Board of Health, at !?3,081.:i2. Messrs.
Benson, Smith it Co.'s tender wan
Theui: was a fice fight at Kiki
nalo a few minutes before 3 o'clock,
in which soldiers nnd policeman got
badly mixed up. Several arrests
were made. Tho affair attracted a
The Cunard steamship Etruria ar
rived at New York September 22nd,
from Liverpool in six days, one hour
and fifty minutes, the best lime ever
made. Her average was four hun
dred and sixty knots per day.
Mil. W. I. Bishop, the mind-reader,
turned up in the city of Mexico on
the (Hh September. The "Two He
publics," a newspaper published in
that city, of tho 7th proximo, out
lines his intentions whilo in that city.
Antoni; Pettini, cook on the Forest
Queen, has been arrested in San
Francisco for smuggling. Ho tiied
to land four sacks containing -1,000
cigars. It is only a short time binco
ho was fined in our Police Court for
Tin: annual loport of the Hev. J.
A. Criizan, pastor of tho Third Con
gregation Church San Francisco,
shows that during the past year, the
church has greatly increased in
membership, whilo tho finances are
in a healthy condition.
At .'1 o'clock to-morrow morning,
Dr. J. Brodie, Messrs. J. .1. Williams,
S. Shaw, Howat, E. Livingstone, W.
C, Peacock and W. E. H. Doverill
leave for Waialua, on a shooting ex
pedition. Jimmy Williams says they
intend killing all the ealtlo on that
side of tho island 1
DuniNG his btay at tho Coast .Mr.
Win. Fostor, clerk of tho Supremo
Court, visited the libraries and tho
did'eient Courts. Knowing a large
number of tho members of tho Cali
fornia bar, ho had many courtesies
extended to him. Mrs, Foster has
gone to Chicago, to visit friends, and
may possibly spend the winter there.
Tin: Consuelo sails for San Fran
cisco at noon to-morrow, carrying a
mail which closes at tho Post Oflico
at 11 o'clock. As tho noxt steamer
from here will not ho duo at San
Fianci-co until the 27th this giveo
tho Consuelo twenty-four days to
nial.'O tho dip. Do not forget to
send the "Bulletin Weokly Siini
niary" to your friends hy this mail,
It lb now out, full of news.
EVENTS TIIIS EVENING.
Drill Engine Co. No. 2, ut 7:00.
Drill of Co. B. Honolulu Hilles at
Excelaior Lodge No. 1 1. O, O.
F.; at 7:30.
TmriTY-roun cases on
Court calendar to-day.
THE CHINESE THEATfiE.
The Police Court room wa? crowd
ed with Chinese this morning mak
ing it apparent to passers by that
something unusual was happening.
It appears that one lug Koon com
plained at the blalion house of the
noise thai issued from the Chinese
theatre every night. The result was
that police olllecrs arrested ten Chi
nese belonging to the theatre, and
thoy wero charged in tho Police
Court this morning with maintain
ing a common nuisance. While the
arrests wero being made three as
saults wero committed, and these
will also have to be dealt with. The
hearing of these cases has gone
over to Thursday.
THE LATE CHARLESBRENIG.
Charles Drenig, an old resident of
the islands, died in San Francisco,
September 12th, aged CI years. The
remains wero brought on the Mari
posa, Monday, tho ttidowoecompany
ing them. About ten years ago the
deceased had a stroke of paralysis,
and he has never been well since.
Ho went to California thinking to
benefit by the climate. Bienig was
a native of Germany and came to
the Islands sometime in the fifties.
He was first employed as head baker
by a man named Fox, who kept a
oakery on Hotel street near Mauna
kea. After remaining with Fox
some time he opened a bakery on
his oWif account, which lie kept run
ning for several years. After that
ho opened a dry goods store on
Nuuanu street, ami supplied sea
men on whalers with clothing. It
was whilo lie was engaged in this
business that he bought real estate.
He owned the block on Nuuanu
btrcet from Marine to Queen streets,
lie married several years ago Kc
nahu, a native of Molokai, who sur
vives him. The funeral will take
place Wednesday afternoon at four
o'clock from his late residence,
The total number of deaths reported
forthe month of Septcniher,lSy.S.was 111,
diatribii'cd as follows:
Under 1 year (!
Fiom 20 to -10...
Fiom -10 to 50...
From no to 00. . .
From (!0 to 70...
From 1 to
From 5 to 10.... 0
Fiom 10 to 20... 2
From 20 to 30... ."
Other nations. .
Fever Brain.... 0
Hemorrhage .... 1
1 anamination ... 0
Lep. Bxhaustiou 0
Blights Di-case. 0
Consumption.. . 1
Cholera Infant.. 0
DK of Heart.... 1
Dis. of Spine.. .. 0
Disease of I 'rain 0
Disease of I.ivcr 0
Xuiuliur unattended 10
COMl'AKATIVi: 3IONTIII.Y .MOUTAI.ITY.
Annual death rate per 1000 for month
J. II. UltOWN,
Aijent Board of Health.
SUPREME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
IStAUBS OCTOBER TERM.
Monday, Oct. 1st.
Kalauola (k) vs. Kckiiknhiko (k),
ejectment. S. Iv. Kane for plaintiff,
M. Thompson for defendant. De
murrer of defendant is argued and
overruled, and judgment given for
plaintiff. Defendant notes an ap
peal from ruling on demurrer and
from the judgment. Later allowed
to answer over on terms, defendant
to pay all costs of demurrer and to
file affidavit that he has a good de
fence. Leong Kau et al. vs. C. Monting
et al. Cross bill of complaint.
Hartwell for plaintiffs, Castle for
defendants. Defendants' appeal
from decision of July 27, 1888, of
Judge Bickerton for plaintiffs. By
agreement of counsel, to be submit
ted upon briefs to bo filed October
Minister of the Interior vh.' C. R.
Bishop et al., trustees. Ejectment.
April term, 1888, jury waived and
cause tried in vaetiou by consent of
parties, l'lninlilfs appeal from de
cision of Judgo Dole, of July 21,
1888, for defendants. A. S. Hart
well for plaintiff, 1. Neumann and
F. M. Hatch for defendants. Argued
Ti'ucuAY. Oct. 2d.
Ananii (h) et al. vs. Humphreys
et al. Bill to set asido two mort
gages. I'luiiitillV appeals from a
decrco of Aug. 7, 1888, of Dole, J.,
for defendants, dismissing the hill of
complaint. The appeal is argued
AT CJIAMIIKUK ISlUOlti: JJOI.II, J.
In probate, estate of Samuel (1.
Wilder, deceased, probate of will.
Counsel intimated that the executors
under tho will intend renouncing,
and that thero being no contest hi
tho matter, the parties will not urgo
the matter of probate of tho will.
A, S. Hartwell for proponents,
niu'uiii: HtnsTo.v, j.
In probate, estateof Clias. Nilson,
deceased. Ordered that letters of
administration issue to Mrs, A. M.
L, Nilson, the widow, under SI, 000
bond, W. O. Smith for petitioner.
The trial of Osmond Day for lar
ceny of a diamond cross valued
$800 commenced in Judge Murphy's
Court, hnn Francisco, Septomber
21st. The prisoner, who is well
known in Honolulu, caused the most
huinoiotisly grotesque scene that has
ever occulted in a San Francisco
courtroom. He convulsed the couit
and spectators with laughter, and
posed as witness, judge, jury, pro
secuting and defending counsel. The
trial was not concluded when the
A LITTLE GIRL RUN OVER.
Early this morning a little girl
named Lilian, live years of age, was
wending her way to the Roman Ca
tholic Church, when on turning the
corner of Fort and Beretania streets
she was run over by an express
driven by a man named Charles
Turner. The little girl was picked
up, taken to her home on Fort
street, and there attended by a doc
tor. It was found that her leg was
broken, but at latest accounts she
was doing well. Turner was taken
to the Station house and there
charged with heedless and furious
In a small riot at Glasgow the
police broke twenty batons in their
efforts to quell the disturbance.
The Doncaster St. Legcr stakes
run Sept. 12 were won by Lord
The Chinese Exclusion Bill has
been finally disposed of by the
Senate, which declined to recon
sider the vote by which it was
Qcllow fever is still spreading in
the Southern Stales.
William Warrcn,the.Boslon Come
dian is dead.
The sugar trust has resolved to
increase the price of sugar.
S this is Jubilee year it tends to
make one look back and think
of the flight of time, and in this way
I am reminded that I am one of the
veterans in the sale of your valua
ble and successful medicine. I
have sold it from the 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 Seigcl's Curative Syrup,
and I 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 feel that
I want to take the least advantage
over them. 1 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 people 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 prido and satisfaction.
Ever since that time I have found
it by far the best remedy 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 the gums and teeth,
constipation, and yellowness of the
eyes and skin, dull and sleepy sen
sations, ringing in the ears, heart
burn, loss of appetite, and, in short,
wherever there are signs that the
systems is clogged, and the 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 beforo in 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
Seigcl's Curative Syrup, it will
make you well." Out of the hun
dreds of cures I will namo 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
mid Dyspepsia for many years.
They had tried all kinds of medi
cine without relief. One of them
was so had he could not hear a
glass of ale. Both were advised to
uso the Syrup and both recovered,
and were as hale and hearty as men
in the prime of life.
A remarkable case is that of a
lioiiio painter named Jeffries, who
lived at I'eubhiirsl, in Kent. Ills
business obliged him to exposo him
self a great deal to wind and weath
er, and ho was seized with rheuma
tism, and his joints soon swelled up
with dropsy, and wero very stilt
and painful. Nothing that the doc
tors could do seemed to reach the
seat of the trouble. It so crippled
him that ho could do hardly any
woik, and for tho wholo of the win
ter of 1878 and '79, he had to givo
up and take to his bed. He had
been allhctetl in this sorry way for
threo yonra, and wnu gatllng worn
out and disoouiaged. Betides, ho
had spent over 1!! for what he
called "doctor's stuff" without tho
least benefit. In tho Spring ho
hoard of what Mother Seigcl's Cura
tive Syrup has dono for others and
hotight a 2s. Cd. bottle of mo. In
a few days ho sent mo word ho was
much heller before he had finished
the bottle. He then sent to me for
a 4s. Cd. 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 stir,
prise to find him out in the garden
weeding an onion bed. 1 could
hardly believe my own eyes, and
"You ought not to he out here,
man, it may be the death of you,
after being laid up all winter with
rheumatism and dropsy."
His reply was: "There is no
danger. The weather is fine, and
Mother Seigcl's Curative Syrup has
done for mo in a few days what the
doctors could not do in three years.
I think I shall get .well now."
He kept on witli the Syrup, and
in three weeks he was at work again,
and lias had no return of the trou
hlc for now nearly ten years. Any
medicine that can do this should bo
known all over tho world.
(Signed) Kui'kut Guaiiam,
Of Graham & Son.
llolloway House, Sunbury,
June 2fjtli, 1887.
The above wonderful cure of
Rheumatism was the result of the
remarkable power of Mother Seigcl's
Curative Syrup to cleanse the blood
of the poisonous humours that arise
from Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
Mother Scigel's Curative Syrup
is for sale by all chemists and me
dicine vendors, and by the proprie
tors, A. J. White, Limited, .'55,
Farringdon Road, London, Eng.
Bear of Lucas' Mil).
A. U. HAS EM ANN,
Book-binder, Paper-ruler & Blank
No. 13 Kaahuinanu street.
BY THE S. S. ZflALMA
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Will receive a fine line of
Lace Curtains !
And a general nt-Miitmi-ul
Which we will oiler at very
CHA8. J. FISHEL,
Tho Leading Millinury House.
Corner of Fort & Hotel
? vr ,J m SA H 5
G3 and 65 FORT STREET
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hals, Boys' White Shirts,
EST" AT VK'tV LjW "'tiCKri
A fisl! line of Gingharas I
A full Sine of Batiste !
A Large Assortment of
Wo will close
tC5F For Gents, Ladies,
JStte-j&JS c OOjMCJP-AJVY
ft j9 Sr
To le H in m store in tic Kiiira !
- ept -
Hy "Lauy Jimpson,"
50 Bbls of Fine Red Salmoii.
CASTLE & COOKE.
Pioneer Shirt Factory
Of Honolulu, No. 17 Emma OL
The underslgiK'il loirs to inform V.c
public of tliMO Ihliuulrt that he Is mukinjr
SsHirfN toy 3Xoiiwiiitsnsjxt I
Directions for tulf-imain'nif t will
hu aivm on npplicatlr.ii.
WhlteShlrts, Overshlrts & Night Gownc
A lit guaraiitcu by iiinlsliif; a Rumple
Shin to oveiy order.
Island order solicited Bell Tclcpliono MO
COlin A. M. JIKhWIi.
it Safe k mi Ca
Of Canton, Ohio, U.& A,
Having Pt-tabl ixhed nu Agcm-y iu this
Oity for the mle of their l t,.nu.
fuuluroj, which are
Surpassed by ftBorte
In their line in the woild, tin oppiriu
nlty is ottered to til' rciuirii.r protcc.
tlnn of their Valuables from finn'-d
Theft to supply ihonutlves on terns
which defy competition.
CT For putliultti inquf' at -ia
No. !J3 Jlurohant et., ilwl ., II. I.
Proof Safes I
file Dress tioofls!
out at a
Misses fc Children. Jgg
G.'3 & G5 Forfc Street.
tf Rj 1 A
nig was, m.
17 - hS
A. M. Hewett,
Turpofe leaving for the Coast In
October jirior to which he
oilers the whole of his
fi i not bo alarmed Unit you will not
he able to purchase iu Honolulu
A Handsome Christmas Present
A in Sun Francisco for Mr. Hewett Is
i'ilnL' to Bck'ct such a stock as will
suit the most fastldcous and
surprUe our little city.
137A11 parties now indebted to him
aro respectfully requested to niako
inimi'duue settlement. 411 1m
Oiosing Out Sale !
A. GOUSMS & ce.
Will bo coatluucd
And the Store kept
Opeu Till 8 O'clock Evenings
For the convenience of buyers. A
few of thoiu
English Prints & Tips
Still on hiuid.
t3TWiiTur Clenultie llargaius hi all
i!ihh, unit No He.Tfim.iblu Oiler will be
roftueii, iu our Juate expiree next month
and the Htock.ir.u&t bu n moved. 01 lw
! luiMotl Sacrifice !
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