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fo SUPREME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS OCTOBER TERM.
Monday, Oct- 8th.
Lojrin A. Tliur ton, Minister of
Interior, vs. Jmur ICeau. Assump
sit, two notes an anting to $223.
On motion of paiuiiff,dcfnult order
ed entered. A. 1'. Peterson for
plaintiff; no appearance of or for
A. M. Kahananui vs. B. II. Kaha
nanui. Petition for divorce. Plain
tiff's petition and allidavlt for order
of payment of witness fees, etc.
Partly heard and continued. C.
Cicighton for plaintiff ; A. Rosa for
Tn.smv, Oct. Dili.
The King vs. Manuel de Kego
and Mary Ann Madeira. Fornica
tion at Kuloa, Kauai, on or about
Oct. 5, 1887. Defendant (de He
go's) appeal from Police Court,
Honolulu? where on July 17, 1888,
he was sentenced to two months' im
prisonment at hard labor and pay
costs $2.50. Decision reserved on
1st upon plea of jurisdiction of
lower Court argued then. Plea as
to jurisdiction overruled, oral deci
sion. Deputy Attorney-General A.
P. Peterson and W. O. Smith for
Crown ; V. V. Ashford for defend
ant dc Ecgo.
The King vs. Kaoaka and Mahc
lona. Larceny. Defendant's Ma
hclona anneal fioin Police Court,
Honolulu, where on Sept. 18, 1888,
he was found guilty mid sentenced
to six months imprisonment at hard
labor, and pay a line of $15 and
costs $1.50. Appeal aigucd on 3rd
inst. in Banco and submitted. The
Couit leads conclusion of written
decision tiled this date dismissing
appeal. Deputy Attorney-General
A. P. Peteison for Crown ; A. Rosa
for defendant Mahelona.
The King vs. Kabele k. Extor
tion, second degree. Defendant
committed on Sept. 4, 1888, by
Police Justice of Honolulu to this
Court and October term for trial,
was arraigned on an indictment Oct.
5, 1888, and pleaded not guilty.
Continued from the 8th inst. Being
tried before a Hawaiian Jury, noon
recess taken. Deputy Attorney
General A. P. Peterson and V. V.
Ashford for Crown ; J. L. Kaulukou
and S. K. Kaeo for defendant.
Kahananui vs. Kahananui. Di
vorce. Ordered that defendant by
Saturday next pay $75 witness fees
and expenses, and $25 for susten
ance of plaintiff.
The King vs. Kabele. Extortion,
second degree. Tried by Hawaiian
Jury ; verdict of guilty as charged,
two jurors dissenting. Sentenced
to 15 months' hard labor; no costs.
Wr.DNI.SDAT, Oct. 10th.
The King vb. Timoteo, Iloli, Ka
holokahiki, Kanui, Daniela, Kaluna
and losepa. Conspiracy, second
degree. Defendants committed Sept.
4, "1888, by Police Court, Honolulu,
to this Court and term for trial,
were arraigned Oct. 5, 1888, on an
indictment and separately plead not
guilty. Prosecution ask leave and are
allowed by the Court to rate a nolle
prosequi as to defendant Holi. On
motion of prosecution, all who served
on yesterda3r are excused from Jury
of to-day in this matter. Being tried
before a Hawaiian Jury. Deputy
Attorney-General A. P. Peterson
and V. V. Ashford for ciown ; J. L.
Kaulukou for losepa, S. K. Kaea
for other six defendants.
At 2:15 the jury rendered a ver
dict of acquittal against all the de
fendants. Thursday, Oct. llth.
Nakuina vs. Achi. Damages.
Before a Hawaiian jury. At 12.20
a. in. the jury leturn a verdict for
the plaintiff for $110.50. W. O.
Smith for plaintiff; the defendant
The King vs. Chas. Molteno. Sel
ling spirituous liquors without li
cense in Honolulu, within three
months of August 25, 1888, and
more particularly on that date, this
being the second offense. Defend
ant's appeal from the Police Couit
of Honolulu, where on Septem
ber 5th, 1888, he was found
" guiljy and sentenced to four months'
imprisonment at hard labor and fin
ed $500, with SG.90 costs. Tried
before the following jury: David
Morton, Kemilia Kuhia, E. W. Pa
lau, Thos. Hina, Geo. W. Nawaa
koa, Wra. MeGuru, Kahaiao, Paul
Aea, Kalawakua, Hyle Kapu, Ed
win Hall and David Bent. At G p.
in. the jury retired to consider the
verdict. They came into Court at
8:28 and reported disagreement,
standing seven to five. Deputy-Attorney-General
that when a jury disagreed in a case
where the evidence was so plain
there was very little use of detain
ing them. Tho Court discharged
the jury. It is understood tho ma
jority stood for conviction.
Fiuday, Oct, 12.
Kuanalewa and Naraokueba, her
husband, vs. Kipi (k), Keaka (w)
. and Mainoha, her husband. Eject
ment. Plaintiff's claim of defend-
. ants the land situated at Waipio,
Ewa, Oahu, described in Royal Pat
ent 807, L. C. A. 8241 L. K. and
$500 damages. Tried before a Ha-
waiian jury who leturn a verdict for
jUluo plaintiff, for seven-eights of the
land. Cecil lirown for piaintius ;
"W. O, Smith for defendants.
Satuiiday, Oct. 13th.
Kahelemauna (k) and Maka (w)
. vs. Keamalu (k). Replevin. Plain
tiff's claim of defendant 1 carriage,
or hack No. 10G, 2 horses, 2 car
riage lamps, 1 set harness, the
whole . valued at $G00, ami alleged
to have been purchased of Chas,
Hiram. Being tried bolero a Ha
Mondat, Oct. 'IS.
Kalauola (k) by JCaohelo his
guardian ad litem vs. Ktkokahiko
(k). Ejectment. lU'lore a Hawai
ian jury. Continued from Saturday
the 13th inst. b. K. K.ne fur plain
tiff; J. L. Kaulukou and M. Thomp
son for defendant . At 11:37 tho
jury retiied to .o'Snl'i their ver
dict. At 2:00 they brmg ia a ver
dict for plaintiff with $1 damages.
THE MABOH OF PSCfiwSSS.
DESCKII'TION OP A NttW 1.UII.DIXO
eheoted bt t. n. davies -s co.
It is almost an invariable rule that
in ail great centers of business there
are certain houses in each line of
trade that stand pre-eminent, and
have by close attention to the wants
of the community , and by a laigc
and liberal metv .1 of business,
built a substantial patron. go and
become the leadtrs in their lines.
One of such establishments 1n Hono
lulu isthatof Messrs. T. H. Davies
& Co., Kaaliumnnu street, General
and Commission Merchants, Agents
for Lloyds and several insuiauce
companies, and the Pioneer line of
packets fiom Liverpool to Honolulu.
This house .or since its establish
ment some it rtj years ago has been
the centeo of 1 11 st class trade.
But it is not of the past history
of the hoiibi i us aiticle is intended
to treat, bu ui the recent additions
and hnprovfu.i nts made by the firm.
For a long u.ne. past owing to an
increasing bu iu."3, there has not
been suflleioiit m to show to an
advantage t ugo stock of goods.
The old in y at the corner of
Kaahumanu um1 Queen streots which
lias been oecupii d in turn by J. T.
Watcrhouse, A i Cleghorn & Co.
and C. S. IWio.v Auctioneer, has
been taken tiovn and a very sub
stantial two 3'iuij "coral brick build
ing now bt:ui it iu its pline. The
firm is at tb present time moving
The front ot the building tins been
plastered and it is covet eu with a
corrugated iron roof. The ventila
tors are of a new improved pattern.
The main room on the nr floor is
50x100 feet and will be .ued as a
sales and show room )ff this,
opening out to Queen u.2et is the
shipping room 50x30 feet. A truck
runs through the center, leading to
the warehouse. This room connects
with the old building, where are the
otlices. A staircase G feet wide leads
to the upstairs loom, which is 50x130
feet with fourteen foot ceiling, and
has no pillars or obstructions of any
kind. On one side are two private
ofllces. This room is fitted up with
counters, shelves and glass show
cases. It is well lighted by numerous
windows. Everything about the
building has been done with an eye
to convenience and not 9how. The
whole of the work has be en done by
Mr. E. B. Thomas, contractor, in a
faithful manner under the supervi
sion of J. A. Palmer.
In a day or so tins new building
will be occupied by an immense
stock of dry and other goods. It
will be arranged with a view to the
comfort of customeis. This depart
ment is managed by Mr. It. J.
Lillie, aided by a gentlemanly corp
of assistants. Due nonce 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.
TALK TO YOUNG MEN.
The purlers of the Y. M. C. A.
wore filled with young men Friday
evening, to hear Mr. Justice Dole
speak on "The elcmeuts of suc
cess." Mr. F, J. Lowrey introduced
the speaker, who said: The term
success luu a different meaning to
different per-nns, according to their
particular sun ditrds of life. To
one it is. to be great, to another "to
bo lich, to a milier to (be learned,
etc Piolmhl, Hie majority of young
men consider h .mssession of wealth
the most dc-unHo and highost suc
cess. A tuasi n'.o made up his mind
to bo rich, n bound to do it, there
was nothing io prevent it. Fre
quently a man in possession of
wealth found that he had lost his
means of enjoy'5!" it. He did not
find any plc.-is.'.ii; cs.(.(-pi in his ofiice
or counting toimi. Many young
men thought that to be famous nat.
to be wiceetjHful ; but few could hope
to be famous as the woi .t'was too
full of smart men. Some young
men confounded notoriety villi beiii
famous. Tlje name of Je se James
was as widely known an Ji mes Gar
Held. While oiio -mis faumiis the
other was simply nol n u. A man
of Greece wanted to oo something
to muko himself famous, so set fire
to the temple of Dianu ilia naine
was handed d wu not as being fami ius
but as notorious. Many men might
bo rich wliila few might bo 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 deveiopement of a
truo character was one of the best
elements of success.
Tho remarks of His Honor were
listened to with the closest attontion.
At the close he invited anyone pres
ent to ask questions. Several per
sons did so.
It is lepoited that a regular slave
trallio is carried on, under the
French Hag, between I'omba and
The English cotton manufacturers
will run their mills on short time in
order to defeat tho New York corner.
A LAnOHEU QUAIWELS WITH HIS
MASTER. THE LATTEIl USES
AouN with TEnntnix
About 2 o,clock Sunday morning
a brake slopped at the lesidence of
Dr. Trousseau. In the bottom was
laid a man named Louis Magoney his
clothing literally oakcd in blood.
The doctor was called and the man
ordered to be taken to the Queen's
Hospital, His face and right sido
wcro badly peppered with shot and
the left arm presented a very shat
teied appearance. Tho wounded
man had been driven fiom Waialua,
tho affair having taken place on
Howell and Robertson's ranch near
One hour after his admission to
the hospital Drs. McKibbiu and
Brodio found it necessary to amput
ate the arm a little above the elbow.
During the operation the doctors on
two occasibns thought the patient
was dead, as he was so weak from
the loss of blood.
The , affair took place Saturday
evening. It appears that Robertson
dining the day sent Magoney to look
after some horses. The latter re
turned in the evening and informed
Robeitson he had not been able to
find the horses. Itobertson did not
appear to like the manmr in which
the man replied and words passed
between them, ending in a struggle
in the house during which a kettle of
boiling hot water on the stove was
upset. Magoney then went away. A
little later on he was seen approaching
the house and Robertson ordered
him off, telling him at the same time
thai if he did not get out of the .vay
he would shoot him. As Magoney
did not make much of an attempt to
go away Robertson took up a gun
and fired afMagoncy twice, inflicting
the injuiies as above stated. When
Robertson saw what he had done he
bandaged Magoney' s arm and had
him at once driven to town by
another man on the ranch.
On Sunday morning Mr. W. E.
Rowcll, Superintendent of Public
Woiks, Robertson's partner in the
ranch, drove to 'Waialua, .and le
lurued in the evening at 11:30
o'clock with Robertson. This morn
ing a charge of assault with a
weapon obviously and imminently
dangerous to life was preferred
against Robertson and he was ad
mitted to bail in the sum of $1,000.
Robertson, who is the father-in-law
of Attorney-General Ashford,
is a man well on in years and well
known in Honolulu. Magoney is
supposed to be an Italian and as
only been in the country a few
U. S. S. BROOKLYN.
The U. S. S. Brooklyn is coming
in to the harbor as we o to press
in tow of the tug Eleu. 'I he Brook
lyn broke her main shaft while on
the China station and was oidered
to San Francisco for repairs via Ho
nolulu. She is a vessel of 3,000 tons
with 14 guns and 350 men. Her
list of officers was published in these
columns about three weeks ago.
A STRING OF SENTENCES.
The Chinese youth, Ah Pui, who
was up for laiceny in the Police
Couit on Saturday will be a regular
visitor at Hotel Staples over the reef
for the next two years or moie, as
the following sentences will show:
For larceny of $25, the property of
I.ee King, six months' at hard labor
and a fine of $10; for larceny of a
watch from A. Kraft, six months at
hard labor and a fine of $50; for
larceny of a gun, the property of
Ernest Wodeliouse, twelve months'
at hard labor and a fine of 20.
Total costs in the three cases, 3.10.
On Sunday evening two shots
went through the sails of II. B. M.
S. Cormorant and one fejl near to
the IJ. S. S. Alert. The 'boat boys
also heard bullets whizzing past near
the boat landing. They seemed to
come from the direction of the Ewa
side of the bay. A boat containing
five men, put off from the Cormor
ant for the purpose of investigating
tho mysterious shooting, but before
it had got very far the shooting
ceased. This morning, Major Wode
housr, II. B. M.'h Commissioner,
culled on Marshal Sopor and in
.foimed him of what had tnken place,
the result being that Capt. Hopkins
was sent to invesiigate the affair.
At noon Hopkins lepoited thCt a
Poitu?ueso was practicing shooting
in the vicinity from where the shots
were heard. He had gone to the
King street range and when ho re
turns this afternoon an investigation
will be held.
A dispatch from Zanzibar dated
September 28rd, says: A conflict
aroso between German residents
and tho coast tribes at Bagomogo
to-day. The German Admiial
landed witli a force from the Leip
sio to assist the Germans, and kill
ed 150 men without suffering a sin
gle casualty. General Matthews,
who for fifteen years has been trust
ed by tho natives, has fled from
Pangani, having been nearly mur
dered. The robels are declaring
against all Europeans, and a gene
ral uprising is feared, The Sultan
has temporarily resumed tho admin
istration of Tanga and Pugani until
tho anti-German feeling has sub
sided. A German-Austrian Steamship
Company has been founded at Ilam
bmg with a capital of 4,000,000
SUMMAR-Y : HONOLULU H, I., OCTOBER 16, 1888,
THE LADIES ENTERTAINMENT.
Tho Blue Ribbon league entertain
ment Saturday evening by the ladies
was a great success, the nudiencc
completely filling the Y. M. C. A.
hall. Thcro was a look of surpiise
on Hid faces of the audience when
the portly form of Mr. P. C. Jones
followed by the clerical one of Rev.
II. II. Gowcn, mado their appear
ance on the platform, as it had been
announced right along that the en
tertainment was to be entirely in
charge of ladies. However, tho two
intruders must be great favorites
with the ladies for they were allowed
to retain their scats on tho platform
during the entire entertainment.
The programme as published in
Saturday's Bulletin was cairied
through in the mo9t satisfactory
manner. Mrs. Dr. J. M. Whitney
gave tho address, referring to the
absenco of the prohibition question
from the Republican and Democratic
platforms in tho coining election.
The address was quite interesting.
A MUSICAL FRENCHMAN.
A black looking "Madogasqar
Frenchman" as Judge Dayton calls
liim, was up in the Police Court this
morning charged with drunkenness.
He was arrested along with a mu
sical instrument known as an auto
harp. At noon to-day the Court
was-about taking a recess when Judge
Davton felt musically inclined and
began to examine the instrument.
It ended in the Frenchman being
called from the dock and requested
to play for the Judge's benefit. He
played a few chords so perfectly
that it is probable when the case
conies up the Judge will fine the in
strument and let tho Frenchman go.
Tuesday, Oct. 9.
Hon. A. S. Clcgliorn visited H. M.
S. Oonnorant at noon to-day.
Una Majesty the Queen has been
indisposed the past two weeks, but is
now much better.
II. It. II. Piiincess Liliuokalani is
making preparations to hold a fair in
January of next year.
Eight students weren attendance
at the opening of the North Pacific
Missionary Institute, Monday morn
ing. Mil. Shaw who met with an accident
at Waialua returned homo last even
ing, his arm in a sling. Ho will be
all right in a day or so.
The King will not visit the Mel
bourne exhibition. The resignation
of theehambeilain has interfered with
His Majesty's arrangements.
Ai'tek the temperance meeting lin
Brewer's block Saturday night, the
rive speakers were invited to partake
of ico cieam and cake by the pro
prietors of tho Elite.
Great improvements aie beinir
made to the grounds of St Andrew's
Cathedral. New gates and a fence
arebeingbuilt.it tho Emma street
entrance, and the old Cathedial
building has received a coat of new
Wednesday, Oct. 10.
G. and N., new engagement.
Another Portuguese newspaper is
soon to bo started in Honolulu.
Thkee passengers left-for the Vol
cano on the W. G. Hall yesterday.
The new card of tho Mutual Tele
phone Company lias 587 numbers on
It is reported that several cases of
pistols lccently anivcd hero con
signed to Chinese.
At Hairy Saylor's coffee saloon a
hot dinner is piovided every day
from 11 :30 to 1 o'clock.
Chas. Turner, the hack driver,
charged with furious and bcedless
diiving has been acquitted.
The sale of stationary at the store
of A. M. Ilewett this morning at
tracted quite a number of buyers,
Kaheie was found guilty of extor
tion in Iho Supreme Court yesterday,
and sentenced to fifteen inontliB at
Mr. Jeieminh Vanderbilt Simon
jmhi, Jr., purposes leaving on the
lurk O. D. Bryant for tho benefit of
The thermometer registered yes
terday, at Palama, a cooler locality
thin Honolulu pioper, Ol.Sin tin.1
bh ulo. This is tho highest of the
season 60 far.
Thursday, Oct. 11.
A stoiie at Waialua is to let.
Work on tho Kalihi road is pro
gressing, H. S. Swinton, bankrupt, has been
discharged fronvhia debts,
The Central Union church has
appointed Miss Chamberlain city
missionary for another year.
Work on tho water pipes on Ala
kea street was resumed tip's morning
by a largo force of men.
Do not forget that Mr. S. B. Roso,
is' tho general agont in these islands
for tho Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany of New York.
' The salo of horses and carriages in
front of L, J. Lovey'a salesrooms at
noon, attracted a largo attendance.
Tho salo realized $1,000,
At noon to-day Mr. L. J. Lovoy
sold 33 shares of Kawailoa Rauch
Company stock at $00 per share to
Mr. John IJ. Paty. Total $2,178.
Lawyer Neumann said this morn
ing he was always ready to have a
case continued, to give tho counsel
on tho opposite side a chanco to col
lect his fee.
The ofneors of the Wailuku Sugar
Co. for tho ensuing year are : Presi
dent, W, II. Bailey; Treasuror, P.
O. Jones; Secretary W, V. Hall;
Auditor, M. P, Robinson,
The annual meetings of the Paoilio
Sugar Mill arid tho Honokaa Sugar
Company will ho hold October 17th
and 18th lespectivoly, at 10 a. in., at
the office of F. A. Schaefer Co.
One. of the actors of tho Chinese
theatre Tai Ka Wai, was in thoPolico
Court this morning, on a cbargo of
assault and battery. As tho prosecu
tion was not ready a nollo pros, was
entered. Tho Court asked Hon. Paul
Neumann, ono of tho counsel, what
part tho defendant took at tho thea
tio. Tho. learned counsel said his
client was tho leading actor, and ho
thought ho took tho part of Emperor
Friday, Oct. 12.
Major C. T. Gulick has been ap
pointed Tax Collector for Iho district
of Honolulu, A good appointment.
IT is rumored thai the Chincso
thoalio bus boon removed to Hotel
Btreel, between Fort and Union
A cEirnnoATE of registration of
copyiight for "Tho Honolulu Busi
ness directory" has boon granted to
Mr. J. M. Macdonald.
The namo of tho Portuguese who
madu tho koa album mentioned in
Thui8day'a issue, is Manuel Nuncs.
His workshop and storo aro at No.
40, Hotel street.
The police aio on the lookout for a
Chinaman who escaped from the
Station house yard yesterday. By
the use of a piece of scantling he
managed to get over the wall.
The debate in the Debating Club
last night, on tho relative merits of
Republicanism and Monarchy, was
lively and interesting, The talk was
pretty evenly divided between tho
two forms Of government, and there
was no lack of BpeaUcrs on either
side. Capital punibhment was an
nounced as the subject for next de
bate. Saturday, Oct. 13.
Mil. J. J. Wijliams has added the
lime and orango business 10 his
photographic studio. Tho fruit is the
finest in the market.
A ew sailorB from tho W. S.
Bownc caused considerable amuse
ment on the docks yesterday after
noon, by plunging into tho briny
deep with their clothes on, including
hats and shoes.
Mr. S. Roth, merchant tailor, who
returned from the Coast on tho last
steamer, brought with him a stock of
superior English and Scotch goods.
Now is the time for gentlemen to call
on Mr. Roth and leave their orders,
for these goods were bought cheap.
Monday, Oct. 15.
Welcome to the Brooklyn.
Mrs. Small is prepared to do cut
ting arid fitting.
Mr. Justice Treston presides at
Chambers this week.
Stamp collectors are as numerous
as mosquitoes in Honolulu.
The Kinau leaves on a Volcano
trip Monday next the 22d, at 4 p.m.
Wright Bros, have just engaged a
first-cl.iss carriage painter, the best
The engagement of Mr. H. W.
Moise to Miss Alice McBride is an
nounced. A native woman in a badly intox
icated condition was carried to the
Station house this noon.
An entertainment will be given iu
the St. Andicw's old catlicdral build
ing iu the course of a few days.
The tax appeal board for the dis
trict of Honolulu meets in the Police
Court on Wednesday at 1:30 p. m.
Mn. Goo. F. Holmes of Kohala,
and Mr. August Ahrens of Waianae
are stopping at the Hawaiian Hotel.
Mr. Geo. H. Williams, assistant
manager of the Star Mill Company,
Kohala, has not been appointed
Deputy Sheriff of Kohala.
Two ladies nearly went into con
vulsions yesteiday when they came
across an innocent little scoipion
asleep in a trunk.
At noon to-day Mr. Harry Armi
tage for Mr. Morgan, auctioneer, sold
1-2 43-100 acres of land at Kaluapa
lena, Kalihi, to Mr. Rose for $1325,
and 15 1-G acres of land at Kohala to
Kenlina for $1,400.
The employees of tho Honolulu
Iron Works have just taken up a
second subscription for John Voller,
who is blind. It amounts to $48.
The first subscription taken up was
The Arlington Chinese oichestra
practices regularly overy evening
Sundays excepted, much to the de
light of Hotel street residents. As
yet it consists of only three per
formers, Ah Mait, Chun Oat and
Sam Sec Cove, hut others aro want
ing to join.
Stmr Kaala from Walanao and Waialua
Bclir Haleakala from Pepeekoo
Scur Ka-vallanI from Koolnu
Stuir Iw alanl from llamakua
Stmr O It Bishop from Koolau
Schr Lav nla from Ewa
Scbr Jlauiiokawai from Koolau
Stmr J A Oiimnilns from Koolau
Stiur Llkollko from Maul
Stmr Kinau from nawaii and Maul
Stmr Mikahala from Kauai
Stmr Walalealo from Kauai
vSohr Ka Molfrom Hawaii
U H S Brooklyn from Hougkong
Bfc O O Whltinio from Pugct Souud
Schr Waimalu from Maul
Stmr Jllkabala for Kauai at 5 p m
Btmr Kinau for Hllo and waypoits at
4 p m
Stmr W G Hnll for Tjaliaina, Maaluca,
Koua, Kan and the Volcano at 10
o'clock a m
Stmr Walalealo for for Kauni at fi n m
Stmr Jas Makee for Kapaa
Bgtno W Q Irwin for San Francisco
Bk Lady Jjampson for an Francisco
Stmr Kaala for Waialua and Walanao
at 0 a in
rBtinrlwalauI forLahalna and llama
kua at 0 a in
Btmr C It Bishop for Waianae, Waialua
and Koolau at 0 a in
Bcbr Mauuokawal for koolau at 3 p m
Schr Haleakala for Pepeekoo
Schr Lavlnla for Ewa -
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at 5 p m
Stmr Llkollko for Kahulul and liana at
C p m
Stmr Knala for Waialua and Walanao at
0 a in
For Maul, per steamer Likellko, Oct
8 Mrs A Baiba, child and nurse, Miss
M Buckle. Mrs SG Wilier, MaU-r W
Wight, Miss Uanulster, Mrs Meyer, Mrs
Mcln tens, O Unna. Mis F M Simpson,
It D Walbrldgc, J Uothwcll, Mr Pcillcr,
and about GO dick.
For Mnul and Hawaii, per steamer W
G Hnll, Oct D-Danicl Foster, C P Wil
son, V W Wllion, S Hoover, W Hcr
rick, Win Elillng, Miss Coney, Bobcit
Parker. Col 9 Nou Is, O Beard, 1) Ka
linnu, K O Koblti? and 75 deck.
For Maul and Hawaii, per stamer Ki
nau, Oot 9-Mlsi Helen Wilder, O L
Wight, MrsFS Lyman, Rinest Lvman,
Miss Ostrom, T It Keywoith, .1 S Webb,
Mrs A koua and 4 children, R P Ilore, Y
Alan, Chun See, A B Scrlmgcour, II
Kulhelani, and about 50 deck.
For Kauai and Niihuu, per steamer
Mikahala, OctO Mr Gandall, wife and
son, MUs Gnndnll, J II Kalwl, .1 F
Hackfeld, Miss Burgess, and about 00
For San Frnnclsco, per bgtno W G
Irwin, Oct 11 Miss Cooley and Mi O L
For San Finticlsco, per bnik Lady
Lampoon, Oct 11 II Wong Boy.
Kiom Kahulul and way ports, per
steamer LPollkc, Oct lit Mis. S G
Ullder, Mastor Wilder Wight, J W
Davidson, Apn, A G Cnnnh, A B Kcir,
Mrs WW i-oodalo, chlldien and ser
viut, A F Fernandez, Aiona, Acliow mid
and 74 deck.
From Hawaii and Matilp r stmr Ki
nau, Oct 14 Mrs A Ostrum, Miss H
UUdcr, M G Conea, J M Lldgate, F
Pallia, Miss B Kanoliaku, Mrs T Lind
say, Mi9s Annie Biers. Geo F Holmes,
T W Lishmau, Mrs McDowell, W Mar
riott, Miss Dora Uowsctt, J II Wode
liouse, Jr., Miss Maleka, Miss A M
Paris, H Kulhelani, C H Eldrcdge, Ah
Chin, iC Bosse, Mrs L Abolo and child,
Ah Lcong and 148 deck.
From llanalcl, Kllauca. etc. nor stmr
Walalealo, Oct 14 -W Burlowitz, Mr
Sproull, J S Slmmonsoii, Mr Gold
swardt, and 18 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikabala, Oct
1411 M Whitney, jr, .IF Hackfeld, H
Bishop, O Apol, G Shcimnn and wife,
Mrs Aheona, Yuen Chong, D Man.ikii
and wife, Kev J Bleknell, W Cottiell, O
W Kingsley, and 00 deck.
Cargoes from IhIiiujI Porta.
Iwulanl 1824 bags sugar.
Kaala 475 bags biigar.
Likelike 88 bags suprar, 119 bags com,
21 bbls .tallow and 45 hides.
Kinau 120 bags corn, 150 hairs pota
toes. 18 hides, 3 liorscs, 1 .rack Ass,
mid-250 pks sundries
Mikahala G81 sugar, 01 hides, 88 sheep,
40 bales of wool and 1 horse.
Waialealc 1851 bags rice.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Britbk Carnal vonshiie, Williams
Schr W S Bowne, Bliihin
II U M S Cormorant, Jasper Nicolte
Bgtno W G Irwin, McCulIoch
Ship Daniel Barnes, Stiocr
U S S Alert, Graham
Hawaiian bkLady Lampson, Sodergien
Bk O D Bryant, Leo ,
The bi igautino W Q Iiwln will wait
for the arrival of the steamer Oil Bishop
fiom Koolau. The sailing-of the Ii win
has been put off uutil to-monow.
The steamer Iwalanl w ill sail on Fri
day ai 0 a m for llamakua.
Thc bark Lady Lampoon hailed for
Pan Francisco this nftmioon.with 10,330
bags of sugar, l,CG8 dry bides and 0
bales of goat skins. Vain- 8(54,0,17.71.
Tho Irwin took for Sail Francisco this
afternoon 2,039 bags lire, 1 bag coffee,
and 4C5 empty keg. Value 812,081.05.
Tho tug Eleu got stuck in4.be mud on
the Ewa side of the bay, while towing
a Kakaako ho so, thN moiniiig.nud was
towed off, by the steamer Makee.
The hurricane or cyclone, encmmtei'
ed by the biigantine W G Irwin on her
last trip from this poit to an Fnmcico
was lcmarkable, and a few note fiom
the captain's journal Is published for
the benefit of ship in.v(eis
Sailed from Honolulu on Aug 12th at
11 a m, dischaiged pilot at 11:30; had
light easterly airs until 4 p m. th n a
gentle bieee sprung up from the north.
At 3 p m, cope Mnkapnii I ore jf W by
compass, distance 8 miles; breeze N E
by E, into 0 knots; baioincter 30.20. At
7 p m, wind fresh from N N W, heavy
S E swell, dark gloomy sky to S E,
barometer 30,10; began to shorten sail
o liiseNE, 10 knots. At8p m, fresh
gale from Jf W barometer 20.80; sailing
undo lower top-sail, foicsail, mainstay
sail, jib and fore-topmast stay-sail,
course N E, rate 12 knots. At 1) p in,
flerco gale from W N W, course E, rate
14 kuots, barometer 29.50; blew awav
foiosail, and at 9.30, lower-topsail, rate
0 knots, (vessel under bare poles) ; at
, this time the wind was blowing so hard
that It was Impossible to make oneself
heard ; tbe vessel was setting at times'
into the sea and smothering foie and
aft, so dark could not tell what direc
tion the seas were running, rain con
stant and heavy. A 1 10 p m, barometer
29.35; wind howling, intensely daik; set
main-staysail, leefeed, and lounded .to
port tack; blow away main-staysail
when rounding; paid hawser over poit
bow and put weather doth in main rig
ging; vessel lolling, pitching and work
ing frightfully. At 11 p m, wind S W;
drift N 13 by compass, 2 knots per hour;
barometer 20 CO. Midnlghr, wind S 13
strong gale, drift N W 2 knots; baro
meter 28.80, fiom this time until Aug
13, tho wind was from the SE, a moder
ate gale; sea confused; barometer 29.80;
di lit N E 2 knots. Fiom Aug 13 to Aug
14 at noon, wind S E, fresh bieeze;
barometer 29.00, coime N, rafo 4 knots;
heavy confused sea; position on Aug
14 at noon; latltute (by obseivatlon)
23.30 N; longtltnto (by observation)
Captain Klblhig has sufficiently re
covciedhlsheaMi to lesiuno command
of the scboonor Haleakala.
Tho W K Bowne went up on tbo Ma
rino Railway this morning, to be
A new cabn and cockpit are belne:
mado In tho yacht Healaul,
Tho brig Lurllno sailed from Ililo
on Saturday for San Francisco.
MoLE AN In Honolulu, Oct 14, 1888,
George Christie, only beloved son of
Win U. and Hellna S, McLean, ttged 11
months and 24 days.
Han FianoiBCo and Oakland (Cal.)
papwa plenso copy,
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THE custom of taking modicino
in the form of pills dates far
back in history. The object is to
cnablo us to swallow easily In a con
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we say that h) England alone about
2,000,000,000 (two thousand mil
lion) pills are consumed every year.
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million of them, there aro really very
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