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HONOLULU CARMAN: GO.
llack Bland: Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, Don.
T II 3J
WEDNESDAY, OCT. n, 1888.
Out 2 -
.Stinr Kiuiln fiom Wnialua and Wnlnnae
11 H M S Cormorant from Esuulniault
Stinr 0 11 UHiop from Koolnu
11 B M S llvnclnth
Ugtiie Uonsui'lo for Han Francisco
Stmrlwalanl for I.ahalna ami llnnin-
kua :il 0 a m
Ilk Velocity for Hongkong
Ger bit 0 K HUhop for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stinr Kuala for Wnialiiantid Waianao at
!) a m
For Knual per tnu Wnlaleale, Oct
Dr x H Kuieif-oii, Ml McShaue,
lion W II Hleo, P l-cnboir. .Tr, .lutlsjcl
.Knla, WMurlowlr., II NT Webster, Mr
Lilllo, G Allcwyn ami about GO deck,
For Maui and Hawaii per tinr Kl
nau, Oct 2 G 1 Wilder and wife, .los
Nawalil, .1 It Woilehonso jr, Mis E
Uov, J. X lolhioii afid Jainily, O L
Wight, Fiank I'.ihla, J) Xapapa, ill
Will, II II riciner, wife and daughter,
GW Miles, Mrsllrcdc and 2 children,
JIUs Li..lc (.oeUetl, Mr Low and about
100 dec it.
VESSELS IN PORT.
It R M S Cormorant. .Jasper Xieolls
Bgtne W G Irwin, McCullocli
Ship Daniel lluruci, Stiover
U S S Alcit, Graham
Haw bk .las A King, Ilerry
Hawaiian bk Lady Lainpsou, Sodcrgren
IJk C D llryant, I.ec
Tho bark Velocity took 155 Chinese
passengers (ICO men and ." women), for
Hongkong to-day. the alo took a
quantity of junk.
'I ho Oousuclo sailed this noon for San
Frauei'eo. She took 71)0 hgs sugar and
700 bgs rice ; value 8S,077.fi2.
The bk U It BWhop took for San
Francico to-day 7,Hil bgs sugar, :ir0
bgs rice, 10 bgs sample awn root,2 sam
ple lixes of ramie, 12 bgs coffee and 123
bales of wool; value 818,4S4.."1.
Sprocket's new tug Active, while not
being tlie largest, Is one of the most
powerful, andceitainly tlie handsomest
on San Francisco bay. She is 100 feet
long on the water line, and 100 feet
ocr all. She has a beam of 22 feet (i
inches, and is 12 feet 0 inches deep in
the hold. She was built by the Union
Iron oiks, and is made cnlbcly oi
steel. The main-house, which is also
of tlie same material, extends 415 feet
along the main deck, and includes the
mess-room, galley and pantry, wash
room, stairway leading to the upper
deck and tlie upper pal ts of the engine
and boiler rooms. On the main house
is the pilot houe and tho boats, lire
buckets, engines skylight and ibe-ioom
hatch. The rooms are lined with
cherry, tho furniture is of ash and is
richly upholsteied in plush. The floor
ing is laid Willi ornamental tiling. The
saloon forward contains the apaitmeuts
of the captain and engineer, and a num
ber of beitlw for passengers, all in
cherry and ash lielow the forward
s.iloon aiv the fresh-water tank and ico
house. The machinery is llrst class in
every respect. She has two compound
condensing engines twenty inches and
thirty-eight Inches in diameter, with a
a twenty-four inch stroke. There are
G3n tubes in the condenser. The crank
shaft is eight inches in diameter, with a
mean pitch of thirteen feet. The Ac
tive has seven cast-iron bits. The main
towing bltt, which is only one of cast
iron on the coast, weighs fully four tons
and is firmly secured to the steel hull
The bitts have highly polished brass
heads. '1 he awning stanchions are of
galvanized iron and fitted on fore and
aft. The Active can carry hixty tons of
fresh water, lias a bunker capacity of
eighty ton, and can steam 2000 miles
without leeelving supplies, and is lln
ished with a teak guaid faced with iron
and tlie teak rail around tho boat is
faced with a galvanized dialing strip to
take tlie wear of Hie hawsers. She is
also supplied witli a poweiful steam
pump, litted for wrecking or llro pur
poses and lltted out whli a full supply
of sucti n and leading hose with ap
proved nozzles, etc., which is capable
of throwing tlx stieaius for lire pur
poses. LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Wklcomh back, Cormorant.
' The "Friend" for October is out.
A steam plough engineer is wanted.
Tin: fund towards a memorial to
tho late Dr. Hillebrand has reached
Tin: olllcers of the Hawaiian Social
Club liavo been ic-elected for tho en
Mksshb, Hackfeld & Co. liavo
salo some of tho iine.-t brands
champagne, rhinowine, claiet,
gnac, ales, stout, fehcrry, gin, etc.
The lcgular monthly meeting of
tho St. Andiow's Church Association
will bo lioldThursdajjJVening at 7:30
o'clock, in tho old Oatbcduil build
ing. ' - ' -
Miifi. N. S. Giberton, wife of Dr.
Giberson, of lliu S. S. Maiiposa,camo
down on thnttteamcr from San Fran
cisco, and is visiting Mrs. Campbell,
73 Bcretania feticot.
Tin: blowing out of a lead joint of
IV water pipo above tho electric station
last night, caused the elcctiio light
to go out about 7 :30 o'clock. lie
pairs liavo been ofl'ected.
Tin: Wilder Steamship Company
has been awarded tho contract for
tho tiaiispoitatiou of lepers and
height to tho lopor settlement for tho
ensuing year, at 200 per month.
Tun solioonor Wniehu is offered
Tin: Jlyillo dancing school will
not meet this evening.
It is said Hint Horn's butterscotch
will euro whooping cough.
A kotici: of dissolution of co
partnership appears in this istsiip.
Tur. Oteat Eastern, the laigest
steamer nlloat, is to bo bioken up.
Sto.vou Kosolli who was here with
the .loran family, is now in Mexico.
Mtt. William Foster is u notary
public and adjusts marine and liro
Tun work of laying tho new water
pipes on Alakcu street is progressing
Tin: appeal in the Aki claim will
ho heaul before the Court in banco
Tin: old St. Andrew's Cathedral
building is being covered with a cor
rugated iion roof.
Tin: Ventures beat tho ltoads and
Bridges again on Saturday in tho
baseball match, II! to 12.
Tin: Consuelo took from the 1'ost
Odico this noon for San Francisco
1,0117 letteis and JSIt packages of
Tin: llo.ud of Education calls for
tendeis for tho erection of a, school
house at Knlihi,to bo sent in by noon
of thu 0th inst.
Dumno the absence of the Minis
ter of Inteiior, lion. S. M. Damon
will act as Vice-President of tho
Hoard of Health.
In the Police Coiut this morning
one drunk was fined $(!, several cases
were continued. Civil cases are be
ing lieaid this afternoon.
A i.ncruiiE preparatory to the
communion to bo held Sunday morn
ing will be given at tlie vestry of the
Central Union Church this evening.
IX. T. Uooth, tho blue ribbon lect
urer, who passed through hero on
thu Mariposa, is going into tho leal
estate and insurance business in the
Tin: btcam whaler William Lewis,
which has just been built at Path,
Mo., is fitting out for tho Aiclie, and
will shortly sail for Honolulu under
command of Captain Cyrus Mailer.
On Friday next at 10 o'clock, Mr.
L. J. Levey will sell tho entire stock
of dry goods, etc., of the Yee Hop
estate. At noon of Hie same day ho
will oi'i'ei one hundred cases of pale
A xu.Mnr.u of Chinese weie at the
Foieign Oflico this morning to obtain
passports to leavo on the Velocity
for Hongkong. One bundled and
fifty-live including five women, have
taken passago on that vessel.
Tin: Blue Ribbon entertainment
announced for last Saturday ovening
was postponed for two weeks, on ac
count of tho pouring rain. Next
Saturday evening a tcmpeiance
meeting for men only will be held in
Hie new store, Hotel sticet.
The S. F. Chronicle says : Tho sis
ters and pupils of St. Catheiino's'
convent school at San Bernardino
liavo taken up and sent a munificent
contribution to help Father Daniien
in liis work at the leper settlement of
Molokai, Hawaiian Islands.
Tin: S. F. Examiner in speaking
of the trip of tlie baseball playoi.s to
Australia, says: At Honolulu and
Auckland exhibit i n games will be
given, and it is expected that King
Kalakaua will decoiato all the play
ers with orders of one kind and an
Tun "Friond" sayB Mr. Eidmann
D. Baldwin graduated this year from
Sheffield Scientific School of Yale
University, having taken the course
in engineering. He lesumes work
with promotion in Hie Hawaiian
Government Survey, where ho had
beforo proved himself an able mu
veyor and draughtsman.
' " "i -
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. C. Honolulu liilies at
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of P.
Services at the churches, at 7
Oalm Lodge No. 1 K. of V.
Engine Co. No. 1, regular meet
ing at 7:00.
Monthly meeting Protection Hook
and Ladder Company at 7:!10.
Engino Co. No. 2, regular meet
ing at 7:30.
THEY. M. C. A. BOYS.
The Y. M. C. A. boys will hold
their llrst meeting for tho season in
HioY. M. C. A. parlors to-moirow
(Thursday) afternoon, at 3 o'clock.
This will bo tho annual meeting for
election of olllcers and considera
tion of other interesting matters. A
full attendance of all tlie members
is desired, and new recruits will bo
CAL. LEONARD, THE JOCKEY.
Caleb Leonard, a jockey well
known in Honolulu, is in trouble.
Ho was riding a horse named Lida
Ferguson at Stockton, September
23rd, in a half mile and repeat run
ning race, when ho got left at the
pobt, Tho judges seeing "tho job"
put a new jockey on tho horse and
suspended Leonard for ouo year.
With a change of jockey Ljda Fer
guson you tjio race,
BISHOP WILLIS IN ENGLAND,
At Lincoln Cathedral, England,
August 22nd, there was a galhoring
of bishops, at which several Colo
nial and American bishops wero
present. Hlshop Willis was among
the number, and tlie "Church
Times" says, "Thu Hisliop of Hono
lulu described the dilllcultios which
had to be contended with and sur
mounted in hi9 diocese." Tho bishops
of Moosonco, Diincdin, Maritzbcrg
and Kuffrnrin also spoke, referring to
tho good work that hail been accom
plished m tlioir dioceses, and how
tho Church had grown and strength
ened during their administration.
The disturbance at Ivikihalc,
briefly mentioned in yesterday's
issue, resulted in the arrest of four
native soldiers of the Household
Guards ntul a South Sea Islander.
There was a big luau at that place
yesterday, and as usual when sol
diers get their liberty iur n short
time they make thu most of it, and
frequently pull up at, the Station
House. As tho loan progressed and
sonic of the invited guests began to
get well piiuied, there was too much
noise to suit the owner of the pre
mises. He insisted upon a littlo
more quietness, but no notice being
taken of his demand, he called in a
policeman who resided near by to
interfere. Tlie olllcer found ho had
a tougii joi) ooiorc mm, lor ne nan
scarcely opened hU mouth when lie
was pounced upon by a number of
the rulllans. Ho blew his whistle,
which attracted tlie attention of
oilier olllcers. and after a hard
struggle they finally landed tho un
ruly soldiers at the Station House.
One policeman received a bad cut
over tlie eye. This morning two of
tlie soldiers i'.dakiko and Kanuwai
were charged with assault and
battery on each other, Kiiaulc was
charged witli assault and battery on
a police ollicer, while Moikc and
Aknkani, tlie South Sea Islander,
had charges of obstructing and per
verting justice against them. The
cases arc not yet concluded.
THE BEST ADVICE.
Soon after Felix Grundy was ad
mitted to the bar, lie opened an
ollico for practice in a Kentucky vil
lage, and was sitting briefless, in a
court room when a man was brought
up to be tried for murder, and tlie
judge asked him if lie had a lawyer.
The man said lie had none, and had
no money to pay a lawyer. The
judge said to Mr. Grundy, "Will
you please take this man's case, and
take him outside of the couit room,
and talk with him, and give him the
bet advice you can?" Grundy
gladly look this, his first case, and
took the accused out of Hie couit
room, and to a window that over
looked a hill at a distance, and said
to tlie accused, "Now, I am your
lawyer, and it is my duty to make
the best defence 1 can for you to
enable me to do that, you must tell
me all about this matter. Now, did
you kill tlie man?"
Tho accused man said, "Yes, Sir
ree, and what is worse they can
Mr. Grundy said, "You heard the
judge U 11 me to give you tho best
advice I could, and the best advice
I can give you is, to take yourself
over and beyond the top of that hill
(pointing to it) as fast as your feet
and legs can carry 3011, and I will
stand here until yon are fairly out
of sight, and then J will return into
the court room and take my seat,
and very soon after that, there will
be a hue and cry and men after you,
and if you do not save yourself you
cannot blame me, and cannot say I
did not give you tlie best advice."
Tlie accused unhesitatingly did as
Grundy advised, and after tlie man
was fairly out of sight Grundy re
turned to his seat in the court room,
The judge said to him, "Where is
your client?" Grundy said, "Your
Honor, the last I saw of him lie was
going very rapidly over the brow of
that hill," (pointing to it). The
indue said, -very cxciliimlv. 'Yv'liv
did 3-011 not bring him hack?"
Grundy culmly said, "Your Hon
or told me to give him the best ad
vice I could, and I did so and lie
very wisely followed it."
Whereupon the judge reprimand
ed Grundy severe' and immedi
ately ciascd his name from tho roll
of attorney's; and Grundy quickly
decamped, went to Tennessee and
practised law, became a distinguish
ed lawyer there, and was judge of
tho Supremo Court of Tennessee
and Senator in Congress from that
Slate, and a candidate for the presi
dency of the United Slates and made
a good 11111.
TUG AfiCENTlUE REPUBLIC.
Washington, D. C, Aug. 27,
1888. Captain Benjamin I). Mini
ton, United Stales consul as Coionia,
Uruguay, who is on leave, predicts
tho breaking up of the great empire
of Hiux.il. "Its affairs," lie says,
"aro in a precarious slate. Tho
emancipation of tho slaves was
inerol3' n 6op thrown 113' Princess
Isabella, the icgciit, to tho Liberals.
Tlie six southern provinces, roally
the strength of tho empire, aro ripe
for revolt and republic. They only
await the death of D0111 Pedro,
when they will split the einpiro.and a
president will rulo over Brazil."
Consul Manton says that Uruguay
is prosperous and growing.
"But tho Argentine Bepublic,"
ho says, "i the wonder of tho
world. Willi a population of only
about i.OOO.UOO, she lias immigia-
tlou of TjOO.qOO 11 year Ituliaiis
from tho northern province, Das
quos fiom tho south of Franco, imd
Germans. Tho latter control tho
principal commerce. An immigrant
becomes a citizen the day ho lands
if lie wishes. Land is free to colo
nists. Tho huge areas of Patagonia,
fertile whore it was once imagined it
was a desert, aro tilling up rapidly.
Thousands of miles of railroads aro
being laid in every direction.
soon alparaiso aim utieao A3TC3
will bo connected b3' rail. There
are no labor troubles. Wheat grows
wonderfully. Fifty thousand ear
cases of sheep a month go in -refrigerator
ships to Europe. Buenos
Ayres will have 1,000,000 people in
less than live years. Wc have built
a city of 75,000 inhabitants in less
than four years. Towns spring up
1)3 magic. Mines are being devel
oped in tlie west, and even in Terra
del Fuego, and everyone is making
"Have you all modern conven
"Oh, yes. I introduced the tele
phone into the Republic. It is far
more popular, and tho service better
and cheaper than in America. Wii3,
I have three different telephones,
each superior to Hie Bell. Your
Amorican telephone service is miser
able. I shall take back an electric
"Do you sell many American
"I should sa3 not. I am full of
anger at the W113' America is treating
her opportunities. As many steamers
enter the Platte as enter the harbor
of New York, 3'et the American flag
is scarcely ever seen. The Argen
tine liopublic has been holding out
a magnificent offer to subsidize an
American line, but never a bit of
encouragement from America. The
map of the world is unknown in the
United Slates. A Chinese wall of
exclusion is being built around it.
The markets of Hie world would be
at its feet if it would throw down
the tariff wall. The Argentine Re
public would gladly buy American
goods if she could have advantage
ous opportunity. She sends hides
iu free now. Let her send in wool
for your woollen manufacturers free,
and she will bin 3'our woolen goods
in return. Uutlety", cotton good3,
shoes, locomotives and a thousand
articles would bo bought if there
were reciprocal advantages. Here
is a tariff bill passed by the House,
which is a step in Hie right direction
but it is blocked in the Senate, for
political reasons alone. I was talk
ing with John Wanamakcr, the
Philadelphia merchant, who came
over on Hie City of New York with
me, on tlie subject. 'We ought to
have free wool,' said he to me;
'then wc could compote with Eng
land in all the cheaper grades of
woolen goods, and with moderate
piotietion can compete in the high
grade woolens. Yet here the politi
cal tricksters stand in the way of
America's commercial greatness.' "
"What is Paraguay doing?"
"Paraguay is developing. She is
at peace ; she has settled her dis
pute with the English bondholders
by a land grant. Laud there, which
was worth only $1000 a league, is
now worth S 10,000. The country
was nearly depopulated in its fear
ful war with Brazil. The country
was nearby stripped of its men.
Tlicro aro now a half-dozen women
to every man."
Capt. Manton is a native of Rhode
Island. During tho war, as com
mander of a gunboat, he served un
der Dupont and Farrrgut. lie has
been consul in Uruguay for 10
years. Boston Herald.
WHY HE DID NOT GO TO THE HOSPI
COULD LEAP TUltOUGII TIIK
MY object in willing in two-fold:
to express my gratitude for n
great benefit, and to tell :i short story
which cannot fail to interest the
feelings of many others. It is nil
about myself, but I have remarked
that when a man tells the honest
truth about himself he is all tlie
more likely to he of use to his fellow-creatures.
To begin, then, you
miibt know I had long been more or
less subject to attacks of bronchitis,
a complaint that you aro aware is
very common and troublesome in
Great Britain iu certain seasons of
the year. Some months ago I had
a very severe turn of it, worse, I
think, than I ever had before. It
was probably In ought on by my
catching cold, as we are all apt to
do when we least expect it. Weeks
passed by, and my trouble proved
to bo very obstinate. Jt would not
yield to medicine, and us I also be
gan to liavo violent racking pains iu
in limbs and back, 1 became great
ly alarmed. I could neither oat nor
sleep. If 1 had been a feeble, sick
ly man, 1 should have thought less
straugely of it j but as, on tlie con
trary, 1 was hearty and robust, I
feared some new and terrible thing
had got hold of me, which might
make my strength of no avail against
it. I say, that was tho way I
Presently I could not even lie
down for the pain all ovor my body.
I asked my doctor what he thought
of my condition, and lie frankly,
"I am sorry to have to toll you that
you are gotting worse!" This bo
lriglitencd my friends, as well as
myself, that they said "Thoinun,
you must io to the Jotpitul', it
hk.v de your only chance for life!"
lint I didn't want to go to the
hospital. Who doos, when ho
thinks lie can possibly get along
without doing It? I am a labouring
man, witli a large family depending
on me for support, and I might al-
bo In my nn.vr. na to '
moot a woll
bo laid on my
unable to lift a hand for months,
or God only knows how long. Right
at this point 1 had a thought flash
across 1113 mind like a streak of sun
shine in a cloudy day. L had heard
and read a good deal about Mother
Scigcl's Curative Syrup, and I re
solved, before consenting to be
taken to the hospital, 1 would tr3
that wcllknown remedy. On this I
gave up tlie doctor's medicine and
began Hiking the Syiup. Mark the
wonderful result! I had taken but
three doses within twenty-four hours
when I was seized witli a lit of
coughing, and threw up the phlegm
and mucus off my chest 1)3' the
mouthful. Tho Syrup lias loosened
and broken it up. Continuing with
the Syrup, the racking pain, which
I believe came from the bitter and
poison humors in 1113' blood and
joints, soon left me entirely, and 1
felt like roIiik to sleep, and I did
sleep sound and quiet. Then I felt
bungle', with a natural appetite, and
as I ate I soon got strong and well.
I felt I could leap throwjh tlie
air with ilcliphtl
In a week I was able to go to my
work again. It doesn't seem possi
ble, 3'ct it is true, and the neigh
bours know it. There are plcnt3'
of witnesses to prove it. And,
therefore, when I say 1 preach Hie
good news of the great power of
Seigel's Syrup to cure pain and di
sease far and wide, nobod3 will
wonder at me.
Xolicts tmrfiT this hem! arc charged 10 cents
per line for theflnt innertton, and 6 einti per Hue
every additional insertion.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of LucaV Mill.
ILLIAM FOSTER, X -lury
Public, ll'inoluln. .Muiuuninl
lire losse3 adjusted. C2 Iw
OMETHING Ncl What is it?
Delicious Cream OouuhiuilM todav
at tho "lie'le
Eat I Set earn I'u Laws.
MR. Jus. Steiner is authorized to cnl.
lect all outstanding amounts of
the late .Mr. H. J. llatl in connection
Willi the "Elite lee Cream Rirlois."
AbUX J. OAIU'WIUCtHT,
Executor Estate or II. J. Halt.
Honolulu, October 2, 18S8. 01 81
BY THE S. 8. MIAMI
Will receive a line line of
Lace Curtains !
And u general tikboitiueiit
Which wo will offer at vciy
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Tho Lcuding Millinery Ilotibo.
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
AA B Sj & Jft I If8 gh ft
S3 and 65 FORT STREET.
Boys' School Shirts, Boys1 Soliool Hats, Boys' White Shirts,
&- AT VK.Y LOW 1MUUKS JSd
A fuSi line of Ginghams .'
A full line of Batiste !
A Lore Assortment of
Wo will ( Iooj
For Gents, Ladies,
:? & (55 Fort Street.
-$ rV TT.
15zgi-jjs &c o
fat s rurn
Tills foil iiinioi"! in Miiiili!
Uy "Lady Lumpen,"
00 Bbls of Fine Red Salmon.
OASTLE & OOOKE.
Of Honolulu, No
Thu umlerbii'tiul' I'Ojs to infi , iliu
public: of these lulnmls that he la n uiij'
rjjIilrtM by 3I5iiNiii'emMl. !
Directions fnrFulf.mf'Ustiri'iiiei I H
he Blven on application.
White Shirts, OvershirtsS Night Gn-ns
A 111 guarantee by mnlcinj; n unu'
Mill I to every order.
Island order solicited Bell Tolcpliti.'o 1i0
nc i m
A. .11. JiKBil.Sri.
-rV 1 1X3-
Dili Safe k Loct Co.,
Of Canton, Ohio, U.S.A.
Having cMtihlhhcd an Agency in this
Oiiy for the nln of their in am
fucture, which are
Surpassed by IMone
In their lino in tho world, nn opportu
nlty is niluri'd to nl requiring protec
lion of their Yalunbh-s frrin rin.iml
Thefi to Hipply' thiMwelves i if-'ui-which
C2T For particular. Inqulr i'-
No. 33 Mvicl.unt H , llotn.;!u. I. I.
? &'S 3 s S M U j
If trite Dress &00uS !
mt at a
Misses & Children.
fARO FLOUR !
wliUhlng Tro Flour or Pol, in
. ifls are requestcM to ring; up
V I uii
Uieir onlerg will
J. A. GOHSAL VES,
l''(irt Street, uboVo Hotel.
Poitr lit. Callnet Size, $0 per dozen.
C.ird Size, $1 per dozen.
island & Samoan Views
sjl per dozen.
C2' For puiehupers of nioro than
t-ln(;lii clo7.t:n a reduction of $1 on each
dozi-n is mude. 09 lm
Mr. A. M. Hewed,
Purposes leaving for the Coast in
October prior to which ho
oiler a the whole of his
Hanflsoinely Assorted Stocfe
Do rot he alarmed that you will not
ho able to purchase in Honolulu
A Handsome Christinas Present
A in Ban IVniiclgco forwUW lowett is
going t Felect sueh a sjBJ v
mil me most niBunuouapto
lUirprltu our 1 title clty
tV" VII pirtlcs now indebted to him
i ntpuilfully requested to make
I i auj.-uimo Battlement, 40 lm
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