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HONOLULU CARillAQE HO,
Hackstand: Merchant and Fort
fttrecl. Telephones, 33fi.
rr ii 3G
MONDAY, OCT. 8, 1888.
Stmr Jut Jlnke- fiom Knpaii
Slun Wainleiilo from Kaiml at 5 p in
Stmr Klimu from Hllo ami way ports
Stmr Viva from Molol.at and Mnul
JJritShlp Cnrnai-voii'liiic, fill dujs from
Newcastle, N S W
V ii liowne from San Fianclseo
Stmr UU'liUc for Knlnilul ami liana at
5 p in
Stiiirl.chttu for Uamnktia al 5 p m
Stmr MiiV.olil for Molokal at 5 p in
StmrKaala lor Waialua and Wuian.ie
nl 0 a m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Jllkaliala for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Kinan for llilo and way ports at
I p m
Stmr W G Hall fur I.ilialna. Manlaea,
ICona. Kim and the Volcano at 10
o'clock a in
Stmr Waialcalu fur for Kauai at G p in
From Hawaii ami Maui, per steamer.
Kiuau, Out 7 (J L Wljjht, wifo and 4
childiun and sciv.mt, vf V 1'oguc, O 1
iJowniiur, Shu Geo Kiiihiiiiul,Mi'-9 Ahc
ona, Mis .1 X Wight, Mrs J Smith, Mrs
S -Muey, Jli-s Lewis Kokl and 8 eliild
len, 11 Ktiihi'lmi, W II llnlitead, Z K
Moycisaud wife, S JO Kalno and wife,
and 112 deck.
From Kauai, per steamer Wainleale,
Oct 7 Mis O n Cooke and 2 chlldicu,
3Hiss K Lue.is K N Webster, Miss M
ISiuiis, Mis-es Maiia and Mollle Hush,
Mr Fairohild. .las 11 Kulwl and wife, 5
Chinese i nd 7" dock.
From tun Francisco, per sclioniior W
S IJowue, Oct S Capt Ackerinan, F J
Sammer, John Amlei-oii, L lludmaun,
Jas Do Anueliiic.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Kiuau 100 bag- spud-. (Mbags corn, 1
IioieC, 12j pkg--undiics.
Vaialcale 10'JS bag sugar and 00 bags
Jas Makce 331 bags sugar and 1939
VESSELS IN PORT.
Britbk Carnavonshire, Williams
Sehr W S liowne, lilulmi
31 li M S Cornioiant. Jsi-per Xicolls
llgtne W G liwin, MoCnllocli
Ship Daniel Barnes, Sliocr
USS Alert, Ui.ihaiu
Hawaiian bk Lady Lumpsou, Sodergien
Bk C B Bryant, Lee
'J'he steamer Jas Mnkcc will sail fo
Kapaa on Wednesday ntfi p in.
The Kaala took a boiler for Wuianao
The Hritish ship Carnal ronsliirc, Capt
Hugh Williams, ariived yesterday 0:1
clays from Newcastle, X S W, with
1.8S!) tons of coal for l'MSS Co.
The steamer C It Ui-hop got agrouud
at Ilccia, Koolau, ibis moining. She
was expected to llo.it off at high tide
Captain William A ci-baith, formerly
master of the steamer Suipri-e. (now
the Pole), bought the schooner Wai
inalu for l,."00 fiom IIou J I T)ow-s-ett,
on the :ird hist. The Waimalu was
.-old to Mr Dowsctt in the Pacific Xavi
gationS .sale of vessels, not long ago for
1,000. Captain Woisbuiih will employ
the schooner in Ihciutcr-Uliiiiil Hade.
The schooner W S liown.1, Captain
Bhihin, airived this moining liO days
from San Francico. The liowne had
K" ami X AV winds tlie Hist fi days out
from San Francisco, latter pait of pas
sage had light southerly winds; ex
peiienced 'everal days of X W .swells
with no winds. The whole of the
Bowuo's freight, (a large quantity of
hay ami gialn, lime, biieks, lumber,
etc, and live huge horses, one mule and
one cow) came, with the exception of
two cases of caitridgc-, to John F. Col
burn & Co. 'I lie Bownc is docked at
October liih, to the wife of A. W.
Hcydtiuaun of Honolulu, a daughter.
In Honolulu, Oct. 7, to the wife of
John C Gall, a sou.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
"Whooi'Ino cough is ritill picvnlent.
J)it. Cliailea Wotmoio of llilo, is
seriously ill of fever.
Tiikuk wab uioio drunkenness on
the streets S.itunlay night than
Tiicki: was a Chinese baptism sit
St. Amhew's Cathedral Sunday af
ternoon. SnvuitAi. of the oHicuis of the U.
S. S. Aleit visited J 1. 13. M. S. Cor
morant this morning.
On Thiuduy nt noon Mr. L. .1.
Lovoy will sell thirty-thrco shares of
Jvawailo.i Knucli sloel:.
Tin: Hawaiian juiors will luivo to
be in attendance in tlio Sujiremo
Coiut at 10 o'clock lo-moiiow moin
Tin: iiuctiun talo of horses and
carnages advoitised to be sold at
unction by Mr. L. J. Levey on Oct,
8, has been postponed till Tlnusdny,
October 11th, at 112 noon.
Tin: Honolulu Social Club will
litito a Uaiico this evening commenc
ing ut 8 o'clock. The bcmi-nnnual
dance will be held on the 18th iust.,
invitations to tii.it oiled having been
Tin: tempei.iueu meeting for nion
at lliewei'rt lilock, S.Uuiday night,
was addiessed liy Cliief Justieo .ludd,
Jtov. II. H. Uowen, Dr. J. M. Whit
ney and Mesais. J. U. Jones, T. (1.
Gribblo nnd S. 1. Tuller. Tlio at
(emlunco was good.
I'liuNlHi'iNii rooms nl t'o, 8 Utlluii
Mhot'l nic to lei,
Tiltiav-o.vi: cases on the Police
Court record to-day.
Tun W. 0. Hull, Kiuau and Mika
hala all loavo to-monow.
Tin: 1)um.i:tin Vi:i:ki,y
will be out to-morrow.
Companv No. 2 would like to luivo
another eonletit with u half mile urn.
J. F. Comiurn it Co. have for Mile
hay, grain, feed, Hour, hard brick nnd
A KniH'iH.icAN campaign handkei
chief is on exhibition in llowett's
Tin: Amateur Minstiels pioinisc
an iibundance of fun at their enter
tainment on the 20 lb.
Majok .1. II. Wudohousu, II. 11.
M.'s Commissioner, usiled tliv Cor
morant this morning, and lunched
with Capt. Nicolls.
Mil. J. M. Vivas has been appoint
ed Portuguese Interpreter for the Su
li eine Court, and received his coin
mission this morning.
Tin: taking of the depositions in
the matter of the will of S. 0. Wil
der, deceased, was completed this
morning and order reserved.
Havi: you caught on to, what is
it? and where is it? If not, it is a
first class Codec Saloon on Hotel
(street, oponod by llai ry Saylor.
Tin: Hon. V. 0. Smith trustee,
will lcceivc tenders up to noon of
Oct. 13th, for the supply of meat to
the Lunalilo Homo for one year.
Tin: Ventures played their last
game of baseball for the season on
Satuulay, when they defeated the
Koads and Iliidgcs by u scoie of 12
Ciias. Turner the iiuekman ariefet
cd for fiuious and heedless driving,
has been leleased on bail. The pat
ents of tlio child still persistently ic
fuse to have a doctor.
Eleven candidates for admission
to the bar were examined in the Su
pieme Court to-day, before the Chief
Justice and Justices Preston, Bicker
ton and Dole. A. P. Kalauko.i is one
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Harmony Lodge No. 2, I. O. and
O. F. at 7:30.
Honolulu Social Club at 7:30.
"When Mr. Victor Fageroos, watch
maker, entered his store on King
street this morning, it was evident
to him that someone had been trying
to gain admittance in an illegal man
ner. The bolts on the back window
were bioken ofi and there was other
indications that a burglary had been
attempted. Probably the burglars
were frightened off.
THE HAWAIIAN DIRECTORY.
Advance sheets of McKenney's
new Hawaiian Director' came on
the last steamer. It is arranged in
strictly alphabetical order and will
be an exceedingly useful and valua
ble book. The directory will be
ready for delivery about the middle
of November. Any changes or re
movals since the canvas was made
should be sent to Graenhalghs store,
as there will bo a too late list pub
lished in the lirst part of the diiec
TENDERS FOR SCHOOLHOUSE.
On Saturday the Hoard of Educa
tion received the following tenders
for the erection of a new schoolhouse
at Kali hi:
J. A. Palmer $1700
II. F. Uertclmann 1340
Peter High 1321
J. Cook 12 15
James Wallace 1195
Smith and Mills 1000
The last named tender was ac
cepted. A VAST FLEETT
As our time is so completely occu
pied with tilling the orders of our
numerous patrons, we have not the
required leisure to connect the
"French Restaurant" that we had
in contemplation, with our present
business; in the meantime we will
"mobilize" our arms of cooks, fate
wards and other assistants tolilL our
vast licet of "schooners, yachts,
etc.," with the John Wiclund's
Celebrated Philadelphia Layer
Heir, that is so cool and invigorat
ing to the system and to bo had at
0f 2t Domi & Miu.uk.
The challenge to the jury panel
for the October term interposed by
the Attorney-General, was overruled
in the .Supreme Court this morning.
Mr. Justice McCtilly at the opening
of the Court, announced that the
justices had given all their time to
the consideration of the challenge
and were unanimous in its effect but
not in all pniticulars. They would
oveirulc the challenge, holding that
tlio jury was legally drawn as it was
drawn. The Court had not had time
to put the decision in wiiting hut
would do so. His Honor then an
nounced that the Hawaiian Jury
would he required to bo in attend
ance at 1 o'clock. The caso of tlio
King vs. Kahele, extortion was call
ed at that hour hut two important
witnesses not being present, it was
postponed for healing until 10
o'clock Tuesday morning.
u xj jr.
A Japanese shoots himself at
On Friday last Mr. T. K. Evans,
Deputy Sheriff of I.nhnina, Maui,
arling as coroner, held an inquest
at Olowalu, on the body of a male
Japanese, Arima by name. It ap
pears that a day or so previous
Arimn attempted to rape Mrs. Oni
clii, wile of one of the laborers on
the plantation. She told her hus
band or the affair. Arimn also told
another Jap of what he had done.
Mr. Seya, Japanese interpreter cen
sured Arima for his bad conduct,
and rend the law to him, showing
that lie was liable to sevetc punish
ment. Arima got very frightened
and told Seva he would shoot him
self. Early Fiiday morning Arima was
found dead in his room. A pistol was
lying near the left shoulder the 11111,
zlc being close to the lluoat. The
deceased's shirt and the pillow were
stained with blood. On a table was
found a letter in Japanese, the fol
lowing of which is a translation:
To the Japanese at Olowalu. I
was discharged and 1 feel so shame
ful that 1 cannot see you again.
Onisiii and Kanemoto told Seya till
about my conduct. I apologized to
Seya, but he would not accept my
Coroner Kviius ariived on the
spot soon after notified and hold an
inquest, the following jury being
sworn: Matsura, V. lleinc, Aug.
Ilanneburg, T. E. llnrtmann, F.
WolterandE. SI. Mai k. Several
Japanese gave evidence, all of them
being laborers on the plantation.
Dr. Wcddick said in his opinion the
deceased died from the effects of a
bullet wound, self inlliclcd. One
chamber of the revolver was dis
charged. The jury returned a ver
dict in accoulancc with this opinion.
ACCIDENT TO MR. S. SHAW.
Last Thursday, Mr. Seeley Shaw,
of the Pantheon stables met with a
rather severe accident at Waialua,
on this island. Ho was one of the
party that left town a few days be
fore that on a shooting expedition.
It appears that Mr. Shaw was in the
mountains near Waialua, riding
alter a wild boar when his horse
fell, throning him to the ground and
lolling over him. Mr. Shaw's com
panions, which included Dr. John
llrodie, were soon on the spot and it
was found that one of the shoulders
was dislocated. On turning him
over it went back into its place, and
Mr. Shaw was carried to the camp.
On Satuiday he was driven to Dr.
llrodie's ranch, and is getting along
nicely. The rest of the part' re
turn this evening, bringing Mr.
Shaw with them in a brake. Ilis
111:1113' friends will wisli him a speed'
THE COMPETITIVE DRILL.
A very large crowd of people was
in attendance on Saturday, to wit
ness tlio competitive drill between
Engine Companies No- 1 and No. 2.
Punctually at 5 o'clock, two taps
on the Cential Tower Hell started
the two companies from their res
pective houses. No. '2 engine was
drawn by horses and quicker than
it tal;es to tell w:i3 on Fort street
making for the Inter-island wharf
at a gri.it pace. As it passed King
street, No. 1 was some fifty yards
along the street coming at a 'lively
rate in tow of a couple of saddle
horses. Jiefoie tlio Honolulu Plan
ing Mills had been 1 cached No. 1
had gained considerably on No. 2
and arrived at tho wharf only twen
ty seconds behind. It was quite an
exciting score as both engines sped
down the street, looking almost as
if there were on (ho llotli com
panies had their hose quickly laid,
and then came the suspense of wait
ing for the water which had to be
got b' suction I10111 the hnrboi. At
last it came and through tiic hose
of No. 1. Cheers rent tiic air by
the admirers of the winning
company. No. 2 was only fort3'
seconds behind in getting water
and was applauded.
Unforliinntely the proceedings
were marred b' several accidents
but not of a serious nature. Fore
man Robt. More of No. 1 had his
foot badly burned, and the wheel of
the hoc cart passed over Louis
Toussaint's foot, biuising his ankle.
Near tho wharf a native iironmn was
knocked down l3r the engine but es
caped unhurt. Tlio judges of the
competition handed in the following
To the Foil-man of Engine Com
pany No. 1 , S'i'r :
The undersigned who were re
quested to act 0.3 judges of the com
petitive engine drill on Saturday
evening beg leave to make this re
Engine Co. No. 2 got to tho irharf
at foot of Fort street at fill. -lin. lis.
Engine Co. No. 1 at fill, -lin, 3fis.
Engine Co. No. 2 Khus leading 20
Engine Co. Ne. 1 had the first
stream of water on, tiic time being
No. 1 fih. 7m. 3fis. ; No. 2 fill.
8m. lfis, Dilfeience of 10 seconds.
R. W. Liisn,
C. O. iir.ii;i:u,
W. F. Ai.i.r.M,
THE OLDEST DAILY In the
X Kingdom The Unily Bulletin."
60 cents jicr month
MoxuAY, Uol. 8,
Sixteen drunks had to pay tlio
usual amount. William Crews
for drunkenness forfeited 2(5
bail. Jno. Hugs ten for tlio samo
offense pleaded not guilty but His
Honor looked at the matter in a dif
ferent light and requested the de
fendant to drop $12 into the coffers.
Several cases of disturbing the
quiet of tlio night were disposed of.
The tlflh organ recital at Kaumaka
pili church on Thutsihiy evening
next the 11th inst., promises to ho a
veiy interesting one. Miss Mabel
Rhodes, Miss Frcdcrieka J. Nolte,
and Rev. Arthur D. Bbsell will reu
der vocal solos, and the Knumnka
plli choir will sing an anthem, llan
dols celebrated Largo arranged as a
trio for violin, violinccllo and organ
will he given Lieutenant Pears of II.
11. M. S. Cormorant playing the
violin part. Mr. Henry Ilerger will
piny Miss Noltc's accompaniment,
ami 01 gan solos will rchdercd b3
Messrs. Myiou II. Jones and Wray
Taylor. The admission will bo
twenty-five cents, nnd tickets are
now for sale at A. L. Smith's store,
or 2 Comfortably Pur.
nlshed Kooms at 82 per
week. Also, 1 Klecaiitlv Fur
nishid Room suitable for ttro young
men. Apply No. 8 Union street. OBlw
TTf ILL be received by AY". O Smith,
T Trustee, up to SATURDAY
NP.XT, October 18th, at 12 o'clock 110011,
for the supply of Fresh Meat for the
Lunalilo Hume for 1 vear, from Not.
ember 1, 1888.
The Trustees do not bind themselves
to accept tho lowest or any tender.
For further particulars apply to W.
K. II. Devercll, at Lunalilo Il-nne.
W. 0. SMITH,
Honolulu, Oct 8, 133S. CO lw
MR. Ohas. Phillip is the authorized
collector for "O Luso Hawaiiano."
P. A. DIAS,
U 3t Editor
'O Liiio Hawaiiano."
Wlioc "au" i it? Why,
Who has opened u
Coffee Saloon, on Hotel Street.
CgrC'oinc ami try his Cofiee, etc -a
PER "W. S. BOWNE."
Hay, Grain, Feefl & Hip.
Hard Brick & Lime !
FOR SALE CHEAP BY
J. F. COLBURN & CO..
65 Queen Street. lw
Win. O. Atwater,
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
bepi-2 0 ly
A Largo Assortment of the
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
001 40 Queen Street. Iw
H. G. CRABBE,
DEALER INMY and GRAIN,
81 King Street, opposite the Old Station
ituiil Teleiilione JSo.
V. G. FACERROOS,
I'riu-tlrul IVnti'tiiuulcer Jk. Jeweler,
Has removal to
Late Win. Turner's Shop, 80 King St.
&S)Katitfa('tion guaranteed or money
ret muled. iil 2m
FRANK J, KRUGER,
Practical Watchmaker & Eopairor
Good tvoil; riuirantced. At present
locattd at K. Itoth'.t tailor bhop.
Aiiii I Cm
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
I advrrtUe it in tlm Daii.t Iini.itUTic
Tlio Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
ICecp constantly on hand for Bale
Steam Family and JllnclamitJi Coal
nnd 11 geneiul assortment of
F YOU WANT A SITUATION
l fulvcrtUe iu the Daily Uullutin.
tiottul hnrfsf t ', Acnu ait c.r rf (! 10 ciM
po" line for thtjlnl faicrftvn, and 6 ctMl) Ate lint
fceru ai'ditlvnal tnurtttn.
I J TAN'S BOAT BUILDING
Aj SHOP. Kc.ir of Lucys' Mill.
WILLIAM FOSTER, Notary
Public, Honolulu. M-uiucnml
fire Josssi adjusted. Gu lw
rpilE regular qtuiiterly meeting of tlio
X Pros Publishing Co. will ue held
SATUKDAY, October i3th. at 2 o'clock
1 M, nl its otllcc, Frir-nd Kuildinc,
llcthcl street. A. L. SMITH,
Co 7t Seeietiiry.
rpiIR ftiiuunl meeting of the stock.
JL holders of the Wainnne Company
will be held on TUESDAY, October
lfith, at 10 o'clock a. St., at the office of
Hon. H. A. Wideiiinnn.
0. O. MEUOKH,
05 til Secietary.
A SPECIAL meeting of the ocls.
holders of the Atutual Telephone
Company will be held for tiic ptupoo
of "Altering the By-Law," at the Com.
pany's Building, on WEDNESDAY,
October 10th, at 10 o'clock a. m.
0. O. IIEBGEU,
51 td Secretin y.
THE TAHITI AERATED WATERS Iihtc
the gieitest possible purity in the
method ot preparing tho gas 'and the
Fiipertor quality of the ivater used. The
gas undergoes the purifyiug piocets of
passing through the water or aCOgd.
Ion tank, before being admitted to the
silver.lined retort in -which the liquors
iuh confined; and the water is fiom an
artesian well. Thero is no surface water
used iu the manufacture; no vegetable
decay; no nniiniil niatu-r; no germs of
disease; nor any impurity winterer.
Absolute puiity of gas and "water make
the liquors rest in the weakest of
stomachs at all times; the machinery at
the SUNNY SOUTH FACTORY is kept ,cru.
pulously clean, and operated by m earn
power; and, the bottles being on the
Tiilve principle requiring no cork-s, the
use of corkscrews is avoided. Another
important consideration in the use of
valve-bottles is that no metal is used in
CSTDepot 28 Merchnnt Street, Houo
lulu. J. E. BROWN & CO.
BY THE S. S. ZEALillA
CHAS. J. F8SHEL,
Will receive a line line of
Lace Curtains !
And h general iiHfcoitnient
Which wo will offer al very
GHAS. J. FISHEIL,
The Leiuliin; Millinery Himt-e.
Corner of Fort & Hotol streets.
rPHE DAILY BULLETIN-Tho
I X most populuT paper publinhed
ii WFS8ttf ff
63 and C5 FORT STREET.
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hats, Boys' White Shirts,
g-- AT VERY LOW PRICES sft
A nil! fine of Ciinghams
A full line of Batiste I
A Large Assortment i
We will closo
ES! SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!
gj& For Gents, Ladies, Mishes it Childicn. pfi?
;: & C Fort Stroet.
-Ks? r.r je:
EG-AN Sc OOl&ff.A.WY.
Gents Furnishing Goods, &c
To lis im ii m store ii tie Kinii
Kiw.wsffTlT','nl,!iT r'zwa.'mBis. imaiK'jr. -
lly "Linly l.in)p-.'i i,"
50 Bbls of Fine Red Salmon,
CASTLE & COOKE.
Pioneer Shin Factory
Of Honolulu, No. 17 Emma St.
Tlie iindep-itjtu'd ' e to iiifnrn tlio
pit til 1c of tin sc Inland Unit lie in lunUiiifr
Slilrtw I;y rtmii'eii-ii. Z
Dirtcllonsfoi ii-li tiiciiiiiri'inci.t i ill
lie i;ivi'ii cm ji)iicutli)ii.
While Shirts, Ovcrshirls & Hlgbt Gowns
A. lit giuirantei' by making n p.implo
blilil lo cveij order.
Island ordor solicited Bell Telephone 410
A. M. MKIjLIiS.
9, TnnV f'n
iu UU1U (X iiUUi UU
Of Canton, Ohio, U.S. A.
Iluving eEtulilihcd mi Agency in this
City for tho tnln of their miimi.
fiictures, which lire
Surpassed by i3one
In their lint- in the world, an opporm
nity is oilcreii to ul1 lequirui aotcc -Hon
ot il,e!r Yuluubh-s fi m Firu nnd
Theft tu supply UieuwehcB on terms
which dufj compiiUUiiii.
CX?"" 1't partienlur inquire nt "n
Gulled ' Agency,
:.ro. U3 Men hunt M., IJonul'ilu, II. I.
yfc living! W
fie Dress (Ms !
out at n
j.'vrtyara'jgg - tin vwpmaii
Tho'u lii-ilnrif,' Taro Klour or Poi, in
b ii els nrt requested lo ring up
When their orders will ho promptly
5J lU'cnded to. Im
J, A. GCM8ALVES,
Xi'jiri W reel, uhovc Hotel.
l'ortrilt, Cabinet Size, $(1 per dozen.
Cird bize, fl per dozen.
island & Samoan Views
? t per dozen.
Xy" Vor puri'hsisera of more Uian a
binglu rloen n reduction of $1 oa each
do.cn is made. C9 In
Mr. A, ivl, Hewett,
Turp )e- Iciivlng 1'or the Coast iu
i;ui'bir irior to which ho
offer the wholo of liis
toilsomely Assorted stock
Do not be iihirmcd that you will not
he able to puichiisu iu Honolulu
A Handsome Christmas Present
ts In Sun KriincltRo for Mr. Ilewott Is
(,o)e to select huc'i u ttock an will
Milt the moil laeiidcuiiB and
uurprito our little city.
I1TAI pmilug now indehted to Iiltn.
are iepeotfully iiqueslcil to iuuVo
immeditito bettlcuicut. 40 Ira