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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hackstand: Merchant aiul Fort
street. Telephones, Olio,
rv 11 u
F1UDAY, OCT. 5, 1888.
Stmr V Q Hall from Hawaii and Maul
Stuir Kaala from vwdnlua u ul Waiauae
Hehr Mol Wabliie from Kohahi
Sehr Lavlula from Ewa
Stinr U ft BiMiop for Walanac, Walalua
and Koolau at 0 u in '
Bk Jns A King for Paget Sou ml
VESSELS IN PORT.
HUMS Cormorant, .(neper Xieolls
JJgtno V G Irwin, MoCiillooh
Ship Daniel Karnes, Strovcr
USS Aleit, CJrahani
Hawaiian bk Lady Lump-on, Sodcrgren
Bk U D Bryant, hue
The sehr Ke An Hon brought a load
of tire-wood funn Ewa yeMcrday.
Bough weather ! repotted at Hama
lcna. Tho .las A King Railed for Paget
Sound this morning in ballast.
This noon the bark U D Bryant, sehr
Ke An Hon and sehr Sarah it Eliza
were tbe only vessels at the whaives on
the Queen street end of the hat bur.
Tbe Daniel Barney W O Irwin and O
D Bryant arc the only foiclgn traders in
the harbor which arodisehatging; none
are loading on account of ilium being
The sehr ICauikeaouh which arrived
from Poholkl, Puna, yes-teiday, biought
a quantity of oliia -wood from H eioft's
plantation. About 1 1,000 blocks of the
wood came for the Uovernineiit and aro
to be used in paving Fort street, be
twrcn King and Hotel htieets, a an ex
pciiuient. Mine of tlie block are to be
brought here at an cai ly date, Pour or
live thousand fuct of oliia lumber for
wharves aNo came by the KauiUeaou i
as well us a number of railroad tics,and
a quantity of can Inge wood-, the last
mentioned is for Mr. G. West.
LOCAL & GEIOAL NEWS.
A dkai) dog is lying on Mci chant
street near Kiehard.
Tin: Hawaiian juiota liavo been
excused until notified.
Ciias. Phillips is authorised to col
lect for the O Luso Ilawaiiano.
Tun next steamer from the Coast
will be tho Austialia duo October
Messrs. II. llackfcld & Co. have
for sale the Crown and Golden Gate
Unit Majesty the Qucon has just
returned from a tip around the
The windows of C. J. Fishel's
store arc very tastily laid out with
A NO'ricE to tho members of En
gine Co. No. 2, appears in another
One moi chant remarked this morn
ing that ho had not seen a customer
for a month.
Jilt. W. II. Wilkinson has sold out
his Fisher's Cider Works, Liliha
street, to Mr. N. Urundage.
Tun S. K.News' letter of Septem
ber lfith gets after F. II. Aiibtiu and
his busted plantation scheme.
Cnu.v Ileo expresses his opinion in
strong tciins ns to what should bo
done with the Chinese Then tie.
The woik of laying the water pipes
on Alakea street haa been stopped
until sonio eastings aro completed.
Head, maik, learn and inwardly
digest tho now advertisement of the
City Meat Market in another col
umn. Next Wednesday at 10 o'clock,
Mr. li. J. Lovoy will hold a special
sale of now stationery at tho store of
A. M. llowett.
Kxi:i in mind the competitive
drill between Engine Companies Nos.
1 and ii, to-morrow afternoon about
A meetino for men only will bo
held in Blower's block Saturday
evening, in place of tho Bluo Ribbon
In our advertising columns will be
lou nil a concihu dcscijption of the
manufacture of aoiated water at the
Sunny South Works, Waikiki.
The upper veranda of Honolulu
Halo adjoining tho Post Oflico looks
ns if it ought to be lepaiied before
Sunday. It is in a lotten condition.
A BTIIANOKK WOllld llllVO thought
the town had been stiuck with yollow
fever had ho peen tho deceiled up
pearanco of the streets this morning.
Mn. 15, J. Greene, a well known
builder at 8(1 Queen sheet, is making
oxtcnHivu iinjuovenionts and alteia
tious to the icsideuee of Mr. .lustico
Dole, Eiuina street.
A TEJ.MiitAM fioiii London dated
Sept. J'.lth say :"Tho Hawaiian Consul
stienuously contradicts the San
Francisco rumors that Hawaii is
to become baiikiupt,"
Mn. Hassinger, chief clerk of the
Interior Department, ycsteiday told
a lease of laud in Koliula to Iuilnm
Banch Co. for .1-25 per annum, and
(mother one at thusatuo place for
$1C0 por annum to tho trustees of
of the estate of James Wood,
Mn. D. B. Smith, tho oleetriclan,
is able to bo out tigaiu after n week's
rather severe illness.
A riANO of men are at work on
King street just hoyond tho Chinese
llieatro, Unvoting the water pipes.
Tun next mail will bring the lesult
of Iho boat lace between Hnnlan
and Komp. It was to have been
lowed September, 28th.
SoMEiiltNO new, what is it? Milli
nery und dry goods. Whero is it?
At the Popular Millineiy House.
Whoso is it? N. 8. Saeh's.
II. Ii. II. Pnixcnss Liliuokalani
held her monthly inception Thurs
day afternoon at her residence, Pa
lama, which waB largely attended.
A meetino of the teachers of the
Central Union Sunday school will bo
bold this evening at the residence of
Hon. .1. I). Atherton at 7:110 o'clock.
The police have all been supplied
with now Hariison and Morton hel
mets. Ono of the men says he
would rather wear a Cleveland and
Tin: annual meeting of the Hono
lulu Library and Beading Boom As
sociation will bo held this evening at
7 :30 o'clock in tho Library Hall. The
officers and trustees for the ensuing
year will bo elected.
The following notice is posted up
in tlie Supieme Court: Members of
the bar will find posted in tho Law
Library a list of now books to bo
ordered by the next mail, and thoy
aro loquestcd to make additions to or
suggestions concerning the same.
The S. F. "Bulletin" says, Sister
Mary Bonavontura of the Franciscan
Order, who for live years has devoted
herself to the nursing of the lepers
in tho Hawaiian Island of Molokai,
has lately gone East to lloboken,
with the purpose of obtaining volun
teer recruits for tho same work.
EVENTS THIS EVENIHC.
Drill Co. D. Honolulu Iiiiles, at
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, I. O. K.
M., at 7 :U0 o'clock.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at 7 o'clock.
Polynesian Encampment No. 1,
I. O. of O. F. at 7:30.
Annual meeting of Honolulu Li
brary and Heading Room Associa
tion at 7:30.
Teachers meeting Central Union
Sunday School, at the residence of
Hon. J. B. Atherton, at 7:30.
Friday, Oel. 5.
A. T$. Fenley, Jno. Carpenter and
Jno. Ilagsten had each to pay 8G
Four other cases were continual.
SPECIAL TO THE LADIES.
Mr. N. S. Sachs cordially invites
the ladies of Honolulu to vi-.it his
Millinery Department, on this Sat
urday, Monday and Tuesday, Oct.
Gth, 8th, and Utb, when will be open
for inspection, a choice lot of sam
ple bonnets and hats, in the latest
siiades, and newest designs. 101
Fort st. Popular Millinery House.
I!. F. D.
The regular monthly meeting of
tho Board of Representatives of the
Honolulu Fire Department was held
last evening, Chief Engineer Wilson
in tho chair. The attendance was
rather small. The resignations of
the Pacific I lose Company delegates
were accepted, the Chief Engineer
stating that he had custody of the
apparatus of that company. Other
business was of a routine character.
HONOLULU SOCIAL CLUB.
The semi-annual meeting of the
Honolulu Social Club was held Inst
evening with a good attendance.
The following oilicers were elected
for the ensuing term: President, C.
Kaiser ; Yice-Prcsident,F.D. Wicke ;
Secretary, A. L. Cron; Treasurer,
J. McQueen; Instructor, C. Iler
rick; Trustees, Geo. Biuna, J.
Shaw and Thos. Smith. A commit
tee was appointed to revise the laws
and another to arrange a social for
the 15th inst. Other business was
IT IS RUMORED
That Engine Co. No. 2 is sure to
come out best in the competitive
drill ; that a passenger on the last
steamer took about a thousand dol
lars away that did not belong to htm ;
that the young boys who disturb tho
services at one of tho churches will
bo arrested if the3' do not stop their
antics; that the Chinese question is
played out; that the Chinese Thea
tro must bo closed up ; that tho
watermelons grown at Pearl River
harbor are tho finest In the group;
that tho competitive drill is causing
much excitement; that tho winners
will bo challenged by the Chinese
The legular meeting of tho St.
Andrew's Church Association was
held lust evening in the old Calhe
duil building with a very good at
tendance. Capt. 11. W. Mfol, H.
N., read an interesting papor on
"Christian Warriors of the Kliza
licthian period." A brief discus
sion followed. A committee of four
was appointed to get up an enter
tainment during tho month. At the
close of tho meeting Mrs. II, W.
Mist invited thu members to partake
of eako and lemonade. It is need
less to say that iiinplo justice was
done tho good things.
There was not a very largo at
tendance at tho Dobaling Society
last evening, but nevertheless it was
uninteresting mooting. Tlie Vice
President, Mr. Alex. Rnhcitoti,
presided. The subject ui.dci- con
fcideration was, "13 an educational
franchise necessary to the success
of representative government?"
Messis.Turrill and lleiueinann oJoii
cd the deltaic followed by several
tnenibeis. At the next meeting the
subject will be, '"Resolved, that a
republican is better than a monarch
ical government." Mr. John F.
Smith, iiHIrmutivc, Mr. Aulouu
About five minutes before two
o'clock this afternoon, Mrs.
Schwartz was driving up FoitSt.
in a buggy vith another lady, when
nearFoit Street School, the horse
shied at n passing team and started
off at a gallop. The buggy was
ttinied over and both occupants
thrown out. The teachers and
scholars at Fort Street Sdiool heard
the noise and were -oon on the spot
in a body rendering all assistance
possible. Mrs. Schwartz was pick
ed up and carried to her home on
Fort St., and there attended by Dr.
Day. She was badly shaken up
and hruNed The oilier lady was
not hurt. The buggy was consider
OAHU EVANGELICAL ASSOCIA
TION. The session of tlie above Associa
tion is btill going on in the Kau
makapili Church. Commendatory
papers were voted tit Rev. S. Wai
waiole who was dismissed from the
Waimanalo Church. The subject
of drunkenness in some districts
was touched upon at length. The
association expressed legretthata
law licensing the sale of beer should
have been passed by the reform
Legislature. Resolutions of re
spect for l!ev. A. O. Forbes, late
con esponding Secretary of the Ha
waiian Board were unanimously
adopted. The association approved
of tlie action taken in inviting Rev.
Oliver V. Emerson, of Rivcrdalc,
ILL, to fill tho vacant secretary
ship. Sunday schools and their
management tormed a topic of dis
cussion. Rev. E. S. Timotco was
appointed travelling preacher for
tlie island of Oahu, at a salary of
S10S. The association will meet
again on the first Wednesday in
April in KaumaUapili Church.
SUPREME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
ISiAHOS OCTCBEIt TERM.
in ijaxco nnruitn run. uencii.
Tiiunsn.vY, Oct. -1, 1888.
Wailele, her husband, vs. The
Chinese Union and Alee, Goo Kim,
A II Loo Ngawk, Trustees of said
Union. Ejictinent. Jury waived
October term, 1887. Plaintiff's ap
peal from a decision of April 2,
. 138S, of I'rcstoii J for defendants.
Defendant' r oral motion of yester
day, that appeal is not properly
brought is oveiruied. Argued and
submitted. A. Rosa for plain
tiffs ; Cecil Rrown for defendants.
The King vs. Paulo Puniai and
Makanmka. Forgery. Defendant
Makamak.i's appeal from the Fouith
Circuit, August term, 188S, at Na
wiliwili. Dole J. presiding. Contin
ued from 2d inst. Agreed to be
submitted upon briefs to be filed by
iheOtli inst. C. W. Asbford for
the crown ; A. Rosa for defendant.
II. A. Widcmann vs. His Excel
lency Lorriu A. Thurston, Minister
of Interior. Bill for injunction,
etc. Plaintiff's appeal from an oral
decision of Sept. 2'Jth, 18S8, of
Preston J. in lavor of defendant.
Heard, argued and submitted.
A. S. Ilartwell for plaintiff;
Altoruey-Gcncial C. W. Asbford for
iiEFom: 11'cL'i.i.v j.
Fitiinv, Oct. 5.
The Court opens at 10.01 a. 111.,
Hawaiian jurors in attendace, and
at 10.5 a. in. adjourns until 10 a.
in. to-morrow. Hawaiian jurors ex
cused until uotilied.
The King as. Tiinoteo (k), Iloli
(k)i Kaholokahiki (k). Kanui (k),
Dauiela (k), Kaluna (k) and losepa
(k), Hawaiian, and Pang Yuen
Char. Conspiracy, second degree.
Defendants committed on Septem
ber !, 1888, by the Police Justice
of Honolulu to the Supreme Court
October term for trial upon this
charge, are arraigned upon an in
dictment, llie 7 Ilawuiians pleading
not guilty mid Pang Yuen Char re
serving plea. Deputy Attorncy
Gencral A. P. Peterson for the
crown; ,1. L. Kaulukou for losepa;
S. K. Kneo for the other 0 Ihiwai
iaus; W. A. Whiting for Pang
Tho King vs. Kulielo. Extortion ;
second degree. Defendant commit
ted on Sept. I, 1888, by tho Police
Justice of Honolulu to the Supremo
Com t October term for trial, is nr
raigned on an indictment and pleads
not guilty. Tho Attorney-General
interposing a challenge to the panel
of Jiiroi'n, and 01 ally moving that the
point bo jeserved lor the full Court,
also that this easu he not tried until
this qucsiiijii is argued, tho Court
orders this cao continued. Point
reserved to be argued to-niunow.
Deputy Attorney-General A. P.
Peterson for thu uro.wi; Kaulukou
F YOU HMD ANYTHING,
- uuvcrlUo il iu U10 Daily Bulletin.
OBJECTION TO A JURY.
The Hawaiian Jury for the Octo
ber term was notified to appear in
Court at 10 o'clock this morning.
And so they did. Tlie Attorney
Geneuil interposed his challenge to
the panel of jurors, alleging that
such panel was not drawn as direct
tod by law to wit; by tho chief
clerk of the Supreme Court acting
111 concert with a judge of a Court
of record. His Excellency moved
the point be reserved for the full
Court. It is understood that the
panel was drawn by the Deputy
Clerk. The point will como up be
fore the full court at 10 o'clock
Satu.day morning, and all Attorneys
will be allowed to argue in the matter.
Y. M. C. A. BOYS.
There was a large attendance at
tho annual meeting of the Y. M. C.
A. boys, held Thursday afternoon
in the parlors of the Association.
The President Mrs. B. F. Dilling
ham waa iu the chair. The follow
ing oilicers were elected for the en
Piesulent, Mrs. B. F. Dillingham.
Vice-President, Mr. S. D. Fuller.
Secretary, Master Charles Hyde.
Treasurer, Master "Walter Dilling
ham. Mrs. Dillingham and Mr. Frank
Damon addressed tho members in
appropriate terms of the work that
lay before them. It was voted to
support a boy in the Kamehnmcha
schools. At the closo of the meet
ing the boys were regaled with ice
cream and cake of the best quality
by Mr. F. Horn. A vote of thanks
was passed him for his kind treat.
The Australian press opposes re
storation of the Pope's temporal
German steamers are crowding
out British shipping at Nagasaki,
A lately deceased Saratoga hotel
waiter left a fortune of $60,000.
The Japanese have invented a
method of manufacturing very
strong and nearly transparent paper
It is leportcd that a regular slave
tralllc is carried on, under the
French flag, between Pemba and
The English cotton manufacturers
will run their mills on short time in
order to defeat tho New Y'ork cor
The chiefs reason for Moltke's re
signation, expressed in his letter to
Emperor William is that "at my
great age I am no longer able to
mount a hoise."
Eighty cooks in the kitchen of the
Sultan of Turkey at Constantinople,
struck for higher wages the other
day and were all sent into exile.
Improved sanitation in England
has led to a diminution of the death
'rate. Since 1881 the rate has fallen
from 20.5 to 18.8 per thousand.
The Pope has issued an encyclical
letter inviting tlie Armenian Church
to join the Church of Rome.
Prince Bismarck's health has been
seiiously impaired by the excitement
caused by the death in the loyal
For the first time iu her royal his
tory, during her recent visit to
Glasgow, while she was responding
to the address of welcome, some one
iu the back of thu hall shouted to
Queen Victoria, "Speak up."
A correspondent of the Liverpool
Mercury says that he heard some
cornet-playing from a phonograph
which had been repented more than
a thousand tunes, and all the notes
were as clear and distinct as ever.
In a race between a zebra and an
ostrich, held at Zanzibar lecently,
the prize was given the rider of the
zebra, allhoug lithe ostrich came in
a hundred yards ahead. The zebra's
rider claimed that his rival won on
a fowl and the Judge sustained him.
EXHIBITION OF BEAUTIFUL WOMEN.
Tho competitive system, not for
the first time, is going to he ex
tended to those distracting charms
which of all others are the most
deadly. In the middlo of next
month there is to he held ut Spa a
competitive exhibition of beautiful
women, and some lovely damsel
will find that her face is literally
her fortune; for the victorious one
willieceivea prize of 800, which,
as Mr. Trollopo said of the pecuni
ary result of his work, is comforta
ble but not splendid. Hitherto the
judges on these interesting occa
sions have consulted photographs ;
but this time the ladies will have to
present themselves in person a
much more pleasing arrangement.
The beauty is to be moral as well
as physical ; for, as the promoters
of the exhibition rightly remaik,
"without virtue beauty is ti ilower
lorn from its stem." The competi
tors are to be lodged in luxurious
apartments "with the national col
ours of each displayed iu tho furni
ture." Already there are entries
fioin every nation iu Europe, to say
nothing of China and Japan. It is
to bu hoped that proper arrange
ments will be mado to restrain the
unsuccessful candidates from "go
ing for" the charming creature "all
mado up of loveliness" who will get
tho U800. -Homo News.
Tho Tutor- Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly 011 bund for mlu
Steam Family und Blacktmitli Coal
uiid a gtuuial assortment of
"5. Bar Iron.
AoHcavndcrtHi hrad rre ch'rgetl 10 centi
per line for Ihtfirtl intcrtton, nml o cintt yer line
every additional tntcrtian.
EYAN'S BOAT BUILDIKO
SHOP. .Rear nf Lupiis' Mill.
ILLIAM FOSTER", X ,ury
Public, Honolulu. Maiii'oaud
flro losses adjufied. C2 Iw
AMACIHNK for Shrlltog Co'lro.
Any one liitin 0110 for ii'ile or
able and willing t'i in ifee one, plcui nil.
drc this nfflci: 48 If
Steam 1' lough Engineer
IOH a Plantation a thoroughly com.
potent and Ruber man is uquhcl
to Inke chiuuc of the Sie.mi Ploughs.
Must bo a cooil ltlneksmit'i An'lvto
00 lw TI1KO. II. DAVIES & CO.
ASPEOTAIj iw-eling of th" -oek.
holders of the Mutual Tilupl'mii
Company will be held for the pmp.-
of "Altering tlie Hy.J,nwn," at tho ( 0111
puny' Building, on WKDNKbD.VY,
October 10th, at 10 o'clock v m
O. O. 15KKGEK,
01 td Secretin y.
A YOUNG German Woman with
a Hoy of 2 years of age, wishes a
situation as genet nl hmiBo servnnt, and
19 willing to work for low wages. Qi od
town references glvru. Por particulars
apply at Hui.lktin Office. 58 Iw
AGENTLES1AN of over SO years'
business experience wiih large
firms in England and tills Kingdom is
open for a re-cngageinuut as Book,
keeper, Cashier and Correspondent. He
fcrenccs and testimonials of the highe-a
order. Addiess P. O. Hex 470. 1 Iuj
rriHE schooner '"Wiiielin."
I JL compjcti' iu nveiy n-s.
peoi, wiin sans, ooats tit.
tings, etc., and can br made
ready for sea in a few hours. The
schooner has recently been thoroughly
overhauled, cleaned, coppered and reno.
vated. For particulars apply
Mas. OHAS. NKII.BON,
03 lw 110 Kins: street.
BY THE 8, S. ZIALA1IA
CHAS. J. FSSHEL,
Will receive a line lino of
Lace Curtains !
And a genoial iiEHOitmcnt
Which wo will offer at vory
OHAS. J. RSHEL9
Tho Leading Milliner llmuo.
Cornor of Fort (k Hotel strcots.
J Kfm n
Bil n if
fir I3 liin
63 and 65 FORT STREET.
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hats, Boys' White Shirts,
GT at vi:ry LOW PRICES ?
A full fine of Ginghams !
A h line of Batiste !
A LarpAssortnieiit of lite Dress Goods!
We will close out at a
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!
ffl& For Gouts, Ladies, Misses it Children. ,ffT8
- rJ? Z-X
A P-B O-tT. IVT1
EJO-W Sc COBIPANY.
leni s Hirnisning two
To lis Mi to any store ii tin Kiilm !
rsssMM .1 t-pjesiasrgavygf-arKSgSBazaabirjj.-g:
l?y "Lady Ii.iniivn,"
50 Bbls of Fine Red Salmon.
OASTLE lie OOOKE.
ri; a iv
Pioneer Shin Factory
Of Honolulu, No. 17 Emma St.
Tlie underpinned lei's to inform ilio
public ol Ilii'Sc 1 Simula that ho is milking
Shirt ly SEunstu'omcMil. I
Directions forFolf-nirasurrnici t uiil
be given on apuiicatlun.
White Shirts, Oyersliirts & Nlgbt Gowns
A fit guaraniee by nmklnt; a fnmplo
Hhlrl 10 ovary order.
Island order solicited Bell Tclcptiono 410
A. .11. -U 101, MM.
llll MliUM ill mi VJ-l wMtWMWtfM
Diololll & M Go,,
Of Canlon, Ohio, U. S.A.
Having eMubli-lud an Agency in Uils
Cliy for tlie tain of their nuniu
fuetuio', width nio
Surpassed by torie
In their linn in tlie world, an npjiortu
ally in oiliTcri i 1' ie(ulrliK piotec.
Jloii of their Vnlii'liU. fr m I"lro nid
Theft to mpiilv i !u in elvea on teniH
which defy v m it.Uu.i.
tST For pi.rdi u! ir. inquire at "WX
Ho, 'Ji .Mertlaiil H , UuloIuIu, JI, I.
lJ r r 'blll
n m s T&immnuwm
G3 & 05 Fort Street.
J.J - VTii. Zl
TAgJO FLOUR I
Tl.o-e whbhhig Taro Flour or Poi, in
li.vnols are requested lo ring up
Mutual 588-aTETPH0NESsrBell 325
When llieir orders will be promptly
fit"! attended to. Ira
J, A, GQNSAL VES,
JTai't SStx-cei, nlovo ITotol.
Poitr ilt. Cil inet Size, $0 per dozen.
C.ird Size, ?1 per dozen.
Island & Samoan Views
1 per do.cu.
fl For jmrchnpera of nioro than a
eingh) dozen a rcduciion of $1 on each
do.cn is nmde. 53 lm
Mr. A, M. Hewett,
l1 NfiTUHrlfi'ilfii' I
PiiriiDrtM le-iving for tho Coast in
ctulicr prior to which ho
oll'erfl the wholo of his
Hanftsomoly Assortea Stock
Do i,ot boidarined that you will not
he able to puiehasu in Honolulu
A Handsome Christmas Present
.s in San Praiichco for Mr. Hewett ii
K'iIiil' to foluct iucIi a block ns will
bull tho most iHiitHeoiis and
surprUo our littlo city.
tJTAll igitlo3 no v imlcMeit to hlui
fii-D ii'spuulfnlly lequcMt-tt to make
liuinudmio bcttleuunl. 19 lm