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SATURDAY, OO'J'. 13, LSK8.
Stmr Llkellke from Mntil
Stinr .oknlll f i oni Molok:
Fchr Ilnlenkala for Pcpeokco
Sehr La viola for Kwn
VESSELS IEAVINC MONDAY.
Stmr IMokolll for Moloknl at " p in
Stmr l.lkellkc for Knhuliil ami Hona at
5 1) in
Stmr Kuala for W alalua anil " aluune at
5) a in
VESSELS IN FORT.
Urlt lik rarnaronhlio, Williams
Sehr WSBowno, liluhin
11 it Jl H Cormoi.int. ,ln-per Xleolls
Jlgtuu W G Irwin, MeCulloeh
Ship Daniel 15m lies, Sliovor
US b Aloit. (indium
Hawaiian bk l.iuly I.ninp'on, Sodcrgron
UkO DHiyant, Leo
CARGOES! FsiuM ISLAND
Llkcllko 88 bag Mi;ar, 11!) bays
21 bbls tallow anil 45 hides.
rrom Kahuhil anil way polls, per
Manner Ldkcllke, Oct i;i-,Mrs S Q
Milder, Master Wilder Wight, ! W
Davidson, Apa, A G Ounah, A 11 Kerr,
MisAV W oodak', chlldiun and ser
vant, A F Fernandez., Aiona, A chew j-ml
and 7t deck.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Cnn.ui l'ics to-day at the Elite.
A cottaoi: on Einnia Micet is to
Tiimti: will bo a moonlight picnic
yaity at Wnikiki ne.t Monday even
ing. jtfi:ssns. T. II D.ivics & Co. have
for sale Starr & Co.'s eolobrated Ko.
Mr. E. J3. Thomas was down town
this morning. Ilia health is much
Word lias icached this office that
tlicic is a, huge and dangoious hole
in the Waikiki biidge.
Tun Wilder bleamship Company
will pay a quarterly dividend of thico
dollars per shaio on Monday.
Boston baked beans and com
bread at Hairy Sayloi's lunch-rooms
for breakfast Sunday morning.
Tin: annual meeting of the llilca
Sugar Company will ho hold on Mon
day, at 10 a. in., at the office of W.
G. Irwin & Co.
Mr. J. J. Williams has added the
lime and oiange business to his
photographic Mttdio. The fruit is the
finest in the niaiket.
Tin: service at St. Audiew's Cathe
dral Sunday morning comineneoH at
11 o'clock. The ciew of II. U. M. S.
Comorant will attend.
Mr. F. A. Sehaefor, beciotary, will
receive tenders for the supply of
meat to tho Queen's Hospital for one
year, up to Satuulay October 20th, at
A n:v niilois from tho W. S.
Bowno caused considerable amuse
ment on the docks yesteiday after
noon, by plunging into the biiuy
deep with their clothes on, including
bats and shoes.
Tin: Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a conceit at Emma Squaic,
Monday evening, the fust after its
vacation. The hand will, it is cei
taiu, he welcomed on this occasion
by a very large audience.
Mr. S. Both, mci chant tailor, who
relumed horn the Coast on the last
steamer, brought with him a btock of
mipeiior English and Scotch goods.
Now is tho time for gentlemen to call
on Mr. Both and leave their orders,
for these goods were bought cheap.
EVENT STHIS EVEHINC.
Blue Ribbon League entertain
ment at 7:30.
Music at skating rink.
Tho leading Chinese merchants
have caused red posters to be placed
on the walls in Chinatown advising
all loafing Chinamen to go at once
to work. They have five weeks in
which to follow the advice given,
and at the expiration of that time if
any of tho above class are found,
tho poster says they will bo handed
over to the police to bo dealt with
according to law.
CATTLE OH THE RAMPAGE.
The steamer Mokolii brought a
number of cattle last night which
were fastened up in the cattle pens.
During the night someone opened
tho gate and several of tho animals
got out and swam to shore this
morning. They finally pulled up
near the fish market, and seeing a
Chinaman with two nice large bas
kets of vegetables, weut for him,
upset tlio baskets, scattering tho
vegetables in every direction. Tho
animals were finally run into safe
quarters, and the only inconveni
ence over the affair is that several
people will liavo to go without vege
tables In their soup to-day.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The usual entertainment by the
nine RilibcSn League will be given
this evening at the 1 M. 0. A
Hull, commencing nl 7:30 o'clock.
Following is the programme:
1 Inno '-olo Mrs. T. O. I'ortcr
Heading Miss A. M. liyon
Song M. W. XV. i. all
llccTtatlon MUs Evelyn Dexter
Song Mis? li Dreslei
Addie-n Mis. .1. M. Whitney
Come out and hear the Indies.
NOTICE TO "THTpTbLIC.
The enviable notoriety that "John
Wieland'b Philadelphia Eager Beer
on Draught" has attained, induced
many absent-minded gentlemen to
claim that they also had the cele
brated Philadelphia Lager Beer on
This is to notify the public that
the only saloons where the celebrat
ed clear, cool and invigorating John
Wieland's Philadelphia Lager llcer
on draught is to be had are the An
chor and Criteiion. "It
Caloni W. Filson was found dead
in a cabin about one mile from Sis
son, Cal., on Sept. 12th, 1888. He
was fifty years old and unmarried.
S. F. Examiner, Sept. 11.
Mr. Filson was a former resident
of these islands and was well known.
He was a carpenter by trade, and at
one time while the bridges were in
process of construction worked for
the Mahukona Railroad. Co. lie
was most eccentric, but by his
generous, genial disposition made
A FAMILY TROUBLE.
T. K. Nathaniel, a young Hawai
ian, was in the Police Court this
morning on two charges, viz. : as
sault on his father T. N. Kaiaika
waha and assault on a police officer
while in the execution of his duly.
The young man got in a very ex
cited stale while the charges weie
being pieferred against him, even
asking the Judge to stop several
peisons who were talking among
themselves, from laughing us it an
noyed him. The two charges will be
heard Monday, October 22d.
"Any one can arrange a conve
nient desk telephone fiom the ordi
nary Bell instrument, at trilling ex
pense. Unscrew the back-board
and take it off, leaving the bell-box,
the battery-box and the transmitter
detached. Screw the bell-box to
the wall, within reach of your chair.
"Deposit the battery-box on the
floor, or in any convenient place
whore it will be out of the way. Af
fix the transmitter to the end of a
y-iueh brass tube of suitable length,
bent at a right angle, and hinged to
the wall by brass sockets. Bun the
wires from the back of the transmit
ter through the tube, and complete
the connection as they were before
the instrument was separated.
"The transmitter thus arranged
can be swung over the desk, or
pushed back against the wall. The
operator can answer messages with
out leaving his chair, and can note
down an item or advertisement while
seated comfortably at his desk. My
office telephone was reconstructed
in this way four 3'ears ago, at an ex
pense of less than a dollar, and has
worked perfectly ever since." f Ex
change. SUPREME "COURT" 0F 1HE HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS OCTOBER TERM.
UKFOlti; M'CUXLY J.
Friday, Oct. 12.
Kuanalewa and Naraokueha, her
husband, vs. Kipi (k), Keaka (w)
and Mainolui, her husband. Eject
ment. Plaintiff's claim of defend
ants the land situated at AVaipio,
Ewa, Oahu, described in Royal Pat
ent 807, L. C. A. 82-1 1 L. K. and
8500 damages. Tried before a Ila
waiion jury who return a verdict for
the plaintiff, for seven-eights of the
land. Cecil Brown for plaintiffs ;
W. O. Smith for defendants.
Saturday, Oct. 13th.
Kahclctnauna (k) and Maka (w)
vs. Keamalu (k). Replevin. Plain
tiff's claim ol defendant 1 carriage,
or hack No. 100, 2 horses, 2 car
riage lamps, 1 set harness, the
whole vulued at SG00, and alleged
to have been purchased of Ciias.
Hiram. Being tried before a Ha
A LIVELY CHINESE YOUTH.
On Thursday a Chinese boy
named Ah Pui, about fifteen years
of age, was arrested on suspicion of
stealing a gan, and was locked up
in a cell at the Station House. Dur
ing tho afternoon he was lot out
into the yard for oxercise, and man
aged by the use of a piece of scant
ling to scale the high wall and bid
goodbye to station houso life. Fri
day evening ho was re-arrested, and
on being searched a purse contain
ing S10 in silver was found on his
person. A relative of tlio young
boy culled at the Station House anil
charged him with breaking open a
cash box and exti acting S2ri there
from. The young culprit was tried
on this cliaige this morning and
pleadal not -guilty. He, however,
pleaded guilty lo stealing a watch
from Mr. Kraft tho jeweler, and
also u gun, the property of Ernest
Wodehoiise. Another paity lost a
gun and Ah Pui is suspected of
stealing it also.
At 2 o'clock this afternoon a fur
ther discovery was made wherein
Ah Pui will be chaigcd with the
larceny of three guns instead of one.
The timely and well distributed
rains that have leceiilly -isltcd
Maui, have insured Immense crops.
If one could behold the satisfied
look on tliu faces of Major Cornwell ;
of handsome and genial Walbiidge j
hear the hearty laugh of jovial
Parker Makec; or witness the evi
dent satisfaction of friend Walsh,
and honest Loiviie, they would cer
tainly think these gentlemen weie
able to supply the outside world
with their splendid sugars.
Pasturage is splendid. The corn
crops on Mr. Louis Von Tempsky's
lands ate belter than ever known
befoie; and taking all things to
gether Maui has good reason to feel
jubilanl over her future.
Our roads are now in Hue condi
tion which prove the wisdom of Mr.
Thurston in selecting his Road Com
missioners, and their good sense in
selecting such a man as Mr. II.
Bailey for Road Supervisor. Well
and faithfully have these officers
discharged tlicr duties, and the pub
lic certainly owe them a debt of
gratitude. This of course is due
to reform, for while the men ol mis
rule had charge, it was really dan
gerous to travel. Some of those
fellows should have been tied to a
blind donkey with a pack of fire
crackers fast to his tail, and stalled
on a journey over some of tho gul
lies and ditches which tiny called
roads. Now, all is well, to piovu
which lean assert that a blind man
drove several miles to church last
Sunday. This in itself, 1 think, is
a good advertisement of the splen
did work done by our supervisors.
By the way, the residents of Ma
ka wao aie much elated at the ai rival
in their midst of one of Virginia's
fair daughters. She lias lelt the
Sunny South Land and has cho-.cn
to make her home in this Paradise
of the Pacific, and many loving
hearts have welcomed her to this
beautiful isle of the sea. Wo hoi e
others may follow her; and like the
omnibus man can only say, "There
is always room for one mure."
Mr. C. B. Miles is planting fruit
trees, grapo vines, etc., all ot which
he sent lo New Jersey for. lie is
also plowing and getting ready to
put in a large grain crop, and whi li
he is certain will prove a success.
So mote it he. The best of health
prevails, but that is nothing new for
With aloha and best wishes for
the iiur.i.unx. Dixn:.
Maui, Ocl. 12, 1888.
On Monday, Oct. 3d, a house be
longing to Nakaahiki, in Wailuku,
took l'ue and burned lo the ground.
Nothing was saved but the clothes
the occupants (Nakaahiki's daugh
ter and her husband) had on.
The thermometer here ranges be
tween SO and 8.") deg., which is ex
ceedingly hot for this place. Usually
ic stands at about 70, from that to
7.", and the air is tempered by the
cool breezes from the ocean which of
late have been conspicuous by their
Effoits are being made to start a
lodnc of Knights of Pythias in Wai
luku ; so far the projectors have met
with most gratifying success, and
the near future will see a lodge of
this order thoroughly established in
our little town. N.
THE MARCH OF PROGRESS.
j:ui:cii.i nv t.
ii wins a co.
It is almost an invariable rule that
in all great ceuteis of business there
are ceilain houses in each line of
trade that stand pre-eminent, and
have by close attention to the wants
of the 'community, and by a large
and libei.il method of business,
built a substantial patronage and
become the leaders in their lines.
One of such establishments in Hono
lulu is that of Messrs. T. II. Davies
& Co., Kaaliiimanii street, General
and Commission Merchants, Agents
for Lloyds and several insurance
companies, and the Pioneer line of
packets fiom Liverpool to Honolulu.
This house ever since its establish
ment some foity years ago lias been
the center of a first class trade.
But it is not of the past history
of the house, this aiticlc is intended
lo trcal, but of the recent additions
and improvements made by the linn.
For a long time past owing to an
increasing business, theie has not
been sufficient room to show to any
advantage the largo slock of goods.
T.jo old building at the corner of
Kaahumanu and Queen streets which
has been occupied in turn by J. T.
Waterhouso, A. S. Cleghoru & Co.
and C. S. Bartow, Auctioneer, has
been taken down and a very sub
stantial two story coral brick build
ing now tUniils in its place. The
flimisatthc present time moving
The front of the building has been
plastoied and it is coveied with a
coirugated iron roof. The ventila
tors ate of a new improved pattern.
The main loom on tho first floor is
JiUxlOU feel and will be used as a
sales and show room. Off this,
opening out to Queen street is tho
shipping room 50x130 feet. A track
runs through tho center, leading to
the warehouse. This room connects
with the old building, where are the
offices. A staiteaso (i feet wido leads
to the upstairs loom, which is 50x130
feot with fourteen foot ceiling, and
has no pillars or obstructions of any
kind. On one side aro two private
offices. This room is fitted up with
counters, shelves and glass show
cases. It is well lighli'd by numerous
windows. Everything about the
building had been done with au eyo
to convenience and not how Tho
whole of the woik has been done by
Mr. H. IJ. Thomas, contractor, in a
faithful manner under the supervi
sion of J. A. Palmer.
In a day or so this new building
will bo occupied by an immense
stock of dry and other goods. It
will bo arranged with a view to the
comfort of customers. TIiIb depart
ment is managed by Mr. II. J.
Lillie, aided by a gentlemanly corp
of assistants. Duo notice will be
given of opening day and the pub
lic should not lose the opportunity
of making an inspection of the new
building and stock of goods.
talkTo youhg men.
Tho parlors of the Y. M. C. A.
were filled with young men Friday
evening, to hear Mr. Justice Dole
speak on "The elements of suc
cess." Mr. F. J. Lowrey Introduced
the speaker, who said : Tho term
success has a different meaning lo
diffetcnt persons, according to their
particular slandauls of life. To
one it is to be groat, to another lo
bo rich, to another lo be learned,
etc. Probably the majority of younsi
men consider the possession of wealth
the most desirable and highest suc
cess. A man who mode up his mind
to be rich, was bound to do it, there
was nothing to prevent it. Fre
quently a man in possession of
wealth found that he had lost his
means of enjoying it. He did not
find any pleasure except in his office
or counting room. Many young
men thought that to he famous was
to be successful ; but few could hone
to be famous as tho world was tco
full of smart men. Some young
men confounded notoriety with being
famous, lhe name of Jesse James
was as widely known as James Gar
field. While one was famous the
other was simply notorious. A man
of Greece wanted to do soiuethiug
to make himself famous, so set fire
to the temple of Diana. His name
was handed down not as being famous
but as notorious. Many men mighi
be rich while few might be famous,
yet there was within the reach of all
the possession of a home which
would lead men to the way to obtain
success. The developemcnt of a
tine character wa3 one of the 'best
elements of success.
The remarks of His Honor were
listened to with the closest attention.
At the close he invited anyone pres
ent to ask questions. Several per
sons did so.
AFIVi: rtoom Cottuge, No.
IC Emma street. For
miscs, or to (71 tf)
apply to lhe pro
J. M. VIVAS.
rpENDERS for the supply ot meat to
JL the Queen's Hoipital for 1 year
from KoTembcr 1, 1888, will bercceiTeil
ut lhe office of tlio uudcrsigncd up ta
SATURDAY NEXT, tlio 20th instant,
at noon. For particular! upplr to
F. A. SCHAE'FEB,
Honolulu, Oct 13, 188. 71 lw
rPUE annual meeting of the stock.
Jl holders of t e HilenSuRar Co. will
bu held at lhe nfllce of Win. G. Irin &
Co., ou MONDAY, the mill itit, ut 10
o'clock a. m. XV. M. GIFFARI),
70 2t beciotary.
'PIIE rcgnlnr quarterly meeting of the
JL Press Publishing Co. will be held
SATURDAY, Octobtr -ilih, at 2 o'clock
I1 m , a' lis olllce, Friend Building,
bethel street. A. L. SMITH,
ijj 7t Secretary.
rpiIB annual nit-cling of tho stool:
X holders of the Wuiinae Cnnipnny
will he held on TUESDAY, October
With, at 10 o'clock x m , nt lhe olllee of
Hon. II. A. WUteinitmi.
U. O. IlEIldEIt,
(li nl Secictnry.
TUIIJ regular quarterly meeting of
i. tho Pacific Hardware) Companj
( Limned will bo
held At their oificu
October 17lh, nt 10
o'clock A. M.
JAS. G. BPENOEIt,
Ii8 td Secreiary
meeting of the stock.
JL holdeis of the
J'uulllc tingar illll
will tnku place on WEDNESDAY, the
17th of October, at 10 o'clock a. w , at the
olllce of F. A Schucfer Ji; Co,
liO 1 1 Secretary. re lent.
rpiIE annual ineetlng of the stock,
JL holders of the llnuokaa Sugar Co.
will beheld on THURSDAY, the 18th
of October, a' 10 o'clock a. m , ut the
office of F. A. Schacfer & Co.
HO til Secretary, pro (em.
NOTICE of OUEDITOKB.
rpiIK undersignod having been duly
X appointed mid qualified an Admin,
btratcrs with the will annexed of tho
Eslato of Siimuul Gardnor Wilder, lute
of Honolulu, deceased; hereby notify
all pert ons having claims urainst said
deceased to present the same, duly au..
tliuutlualed, with tho proper Touchers if
any exlt, even if secured by mortgage,
to Win. F. Allen. Ksn nt the Hank of
bishop & Co., Honolulu, within six
mouths fiom this date or thoy will bo
foiever barred. A. T. JUDl),
W. F. AUEN,
A'lminlstrntcrs with tho Will annexed
of the Estate of H. G. Wilder, de.
Honolulu, October 11, 18S3. 70 1m
ryTc. PEOPLES PAPER-Thu
JL Dully liulletlu 30 cu pur month,
A'otlcnitrutrr t Is licad re ch ipul lo ft tn
per lint for lltijliet iiut,-tion,aiitl i c iiuei flhc
ttrry niilitlonnl 1n$criim.
I. C. thev buko foinu EU'jjnnt
Crcum Pics nail Cakes toil at
RYAN'S BOAT BIIUjDING
RHOP. lt.fir if Lntrt-' M.ll.
Registration of Copy
rlilit. DKrAimtiNT or tiu: Intruioii, )
Honolulu, Hawaiian lsliauh. j
KNOW all Men by these Pre-eute,
Timt, in ncci rd iiice wiili ilia pi o
iiin of .icction 2, Chapter H, of tlio
Se-i-ion Laws of lSW, J M tin diuinld
has tiled in the olll- e nt tin; MlniWr of
the Interior n npp tratlou fo- u Ctrtiil.
cnte of Copyright for a book oiilHicd
"The Honolulu UuHiues-s Dlrecory, be.
ing profcj-ionnl ouiuiercUl nnd irndc
address hook of the city iiud u!nirhf,
corrected up to duo of iw c." wliirh
said application Is nrcompitnied b the
oilli of tlio mid flpnllc.'itit that ho l 'In
original and tnst -Hit!iir of t(d b k
Niw, thrrefo't, this C'ltllKuic i- io
graiit unto the uld .1 M. Mm lii.i.nld. his
hi-lra or algn. fo-- the term afTiventj
Ymrs, from the Tcnvli Day of Oitobei,
Duo TlinUHund Light thudu'il nnd
Eighty eight, the cx lublve right to
print, reprint, ptiblMi, uso uiid vim!
tin; ealil hook throughout lhe li'twniiun
In Witness where' f I have r.iusrd
this Certificate to be lued at Honolulu,
this lllh Day of October, A D 13iS
nuil the t:o il of the Department ot the
Inlorior to ho hereto ifuxcd
JONA. APS IN,
Minister of the Interior, ad interim.
No. 4U JIc.lol street.
Gnitnrs &. String ffniUiiiiiii-jits
Of all Huds Mule & Heiuued
Wood a specialty.
Life Insurance Co..
OF NEW YOUIC.
December 31, 18G7
Those who desire safe and profitable
Lifo Insurance nro invited to apply lo
S. It. IIO.-JE,
Honolulu, General Agent, Uawniltn
BY TEE S. S. ZEALAKDIA
CHAS. J. FiSHEL,
Will receive -a lino lino of
Lace Curtains !
And a general aeflortment
Which we will otter nt very
low pi ices,
The Leading Milliueiy House,
Corner o( !:ort & rbtsi streets.
63 and 65
Boys' School Shirts, Boy:' iooi us, Boys' White Shirts,
2fS AT VE.'SY L'HV 'WJES 3
A full ! in e of Ginghams
A Lane Assortmeiit d
We will elis
CHEAT R&.COTiOW S
&fi? For Gents, I dirrf,
i& 2 L J "
t?t ura b-
M Jl S ",. S
lent s Hire
liVm. O. -A.tv2TL:i
Honolulu Ir-in Wo
Be pi -')'.) h
JAMES &m& CMm
I'nn he found urx ' - r 'o 'Is- P. O. t,
O He, M ic mi 1 'r
EJucliH Tm'ox. IS, K. ',;;. 7ZS 1?X:
"Vniri't t 1
Pioneer Shin Feck y
Of Honolulu, No. 17 Emmi Pt.
The uwlcrMgiii d I e t 1 r . '1.:
public of Ihesu lsluniU lh..t in-1 .1.1-
HliirtH by lr.Mui'-itiw :
Direct IniiKfni telt-ni'-ueuri-i, 1 1 will
he t;lv" oil " pbesitl' '
White Shirts, Oversblrls & HlgM1 k jds
fit gunviuiiee ny nwtkiiig f nni 1
MUM !0 every iilili-r.
Island order jollcllrd Bell Tolcp
rr 1 1 1-:
DiBlioM Safe k Lock Co.,
Of Canlon, Ohio, U. G. ',.
Having e-Mli'i h-d mi A9Pi. in uii
Cl'J' ft r 11 e -a i- i.f then . .i u
fucliun , h il. i i-
Surpassed by Uvorf.
In their linu In the world, hi vpp m
nily 1b oIIiTid to nl' reuulrh- proti
lion of their Valu.iblei fr m Fli.. n.d
Tin fi to Mipi.K 'ln-mCiVuj on tu aiJ
hli li defy e Hi' 1 ''ti'in
!? lor pHr'ieul iri luquWe u mi
U . U.i 1
m P-$M$sM J?
(3 ' MBHSM
.. ..- .- . r. .: ?
hill Une of Batiste I
-rite Dress Goofls!
SHOES! SHGES !
M' - ws & Children. Jprjf
(5." Fort Street.
k . . j.
.a -. e
i-'IS XJXJiSLrVlr m.AtaSSGBBB
ARO FLOUR !
- whirling Taro Flour or Pol, is
. els nio'rpqiiestcd to ring up
iiieir onlo-H will he promptly
ntii'iided to. lim
"' & GQ2JSALVES,
fL Strecl, iiIjovo Hotel.
ir il, fahim-t Size, 0 per dozen.
C nl bi7.c, $4 per dozen.
'. Samoan Views
$4 per dozen.
, For puiolui'-er' of more than a
' do.nii a reducilon of $1 on each
1 1- iuihIp. C9 lm
:t 1 nt
i.rp a leiivuit; for the Coast in
.toiler piio' to which ho
oj'u ihu who'e of hU
!iaasoni8ly AssorteQ Stock:
Do not bo alirined that you will uot
he ublu to purchase In Honolulu
l Handsome Christmas Present
. fi Sin Frauclsco for Mr. Hewett 1
('..)j to select such a stock i will
."ill tlio most fflslldeous and
eiirpiisu our little city.
f pirtiiH now indebted to him
v rianopi'iillr rcniiested to make
ujJmiQ tuitlcmtnt. 4U 1
t' '4i -)i i
Ktjt t. '4rtr 'VJU.. u
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