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OlTlCll Ol' UIK lllUlll) of Hi:ai,tii,)
Scaled lenders ill bo received nt
tlio oflli'o of the Hoard of Health
until THURSDAY, October 18, 1888,
at 12 o'clock noon, for taking down
live buildings, putting on board
steamer at Honolulu, and re-erecting
same nt Knlnupnpn, Molokni, ns per
plana and specifications on lilu at the
ofl'tcc of tho Board of llcaltli.
The Hoard does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any bid.
W. G. ASHLEY,
72 31 SeoieUry.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Ecuanijo ou the
Baulc ol Cutiroriilu, H. JB
And thoir agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KQNQ. fs
Messrs. N. 11. Uothschild & Bon, London
Tho Comineirinl Hank Co., of Syduoy,
Tho Coniinucial IWuli Oo. of Sydney,
Tho H.iiilv oi H.w .t-iU.uiii: Auckland,
CuriNirhurch, and Al ellinjrton,
The'Q'ini. or HriiWi Columbia, Vic
toria, B 0., and Poitland, Or.
Tranti..ui i - c
v' . lilktllllhcl
T JUL JC
Pledged to neither Sect nor Patty,
But established for the lentit f all.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 17, 1888.
The'Cth of November is the date
for the departure ol' the S. S. Aus
tralia fioui San Fruucibco for Hono
lulu on her next trip. On the same
day the United Stales will decide
who is to be their nest President.
By the steamer leaving at the usual
to early time she will be to bring the
result. It has been suggested that a
large propoition of Honolulu people
would picfor the steamer coming a
few hours or ecn a day late with the
news ot the election, to her arriving
at the legular time without the
news. Wu are all more or less in
terested in learning, as soon as pos
sible after the content has ended,
tIio it vietot Cleveland or Har
rison ; and lor that puipose would
prefer the delay of the steamer. We
understand that as far as the agents
here, Messis. W. G. Iiwin & Co.,
are concerned there would be no ob
jection, and as Mr. Irwin will leave
for the Coast next Tuesday he may
arrange in S.ui Fianciseo for the de
lay of the Australia, as suggested.
THE SAMOAN QUESTION.
A dispatch from Washington Oct.
3d bays. The Samoan question has
reached a point that makes its satis
factory settlement a matter of very
great concern to the United States,
- and the most eaicful attention is
now being paid to it by our Govern
ment. 1'icsideut Cleveland has ic
cently taken hold of tho subject,
and there is reason to believe that
it will soon be laid before the Cabi
net for consideiation. -The recent
t course of Germany in beizing and
carrying off the Samoan King and
setting up an insurgent in his place
certainly appears to be llagrant vio
- lation of the agreement between that
government and Great Britain and
tho United States, that the autonomy
of the Samoan Islands shall not be
disturbed. Tho Samoans have re
volted against tho King set up by
the Germans, and had him and his
patty cooped up in tho capital. It
is easy to sec that complications
more serious than any that have
gouc before may follow the present
situation, and theie is a strong feel
ing here that it is time for the
United States to take decisive stops
towards curbing Germany's nggies
sfons. The continued independence
and neutrality of the Samoan Isl
ands, arc of high importance to tho
, Government especially, because the
islands lie piactically in tho track of
all vessels using cither of tho pro
jected isthmian canals. Opinion is
divided as to the best course for this
. Government to adopt; but from
i what can be learned in State Depart-
meulchcles, a movement of some
c 4dn3 may be expected soon, and it
-will not be in the direction of con-
nnnt.inir to nnv further nMrressU o
.:i..... f ri,....r,,,i0 ,....,..,
r T,ho St. Petersburg "Svct," in
' vicvf of the influx of Chinese into
' Siberia.urgesthatmcttsuiesbe taken
to regulate their immigration to that
T,ho Moorish Government lias le
' fused to comply with Portugal's du
" mand that the Portuguese flag Ue
saluted in reparation for tho insult
to tho flag at Port Larachc. Poitu-
gal threatens to send a man-of-war
,i .- . ;r;
to obtain satisfaction.
9W ww m
Late Foreign Hews.
Per S. S. .Australia.
Tho Uoynl Opera House at l'csth
was binned Sept. 2flh.
Princess Louise of Prussia .will
soon marry the Ciown Prince of
The King of Gieecc proposes to
Dr. Mackenzie will publish his re
ply to the Gorman physicians in a
Tho relations between Queen Vic
toiia and Empeior William aio
mote strained than ever.
Patti will return to South America
Theie has been more lighting in
Four hundred natives hnvc been
killed in a battle in Thibet.
A gang of boy politicians, having
their headquarteis in a cave, hnvc
been arrested at Chicago.
' J. K. Lemon was robbed of 810,-
000 by bunco men, at Pittsburg,
The latest theory lcgarding tho
Whitcchapel murders in London is
that they were instigated by an
f, Severe caithquake shocks have
been felt at Guayaquil.
Italian laborers on the Hereford
Railway in Compton, Canada, have
caused a serious riot.
Mrs. Lena Schreiner of Chicago,
who burned her husband to death,
has been sentenced to ten years m
There was a severe storm on the
New England coast, Sept. 2G.
A piainc fire has done great dam
age near Jamestown, D. T.
The financial standing of Wyom
ing Territory ranks very high.
Ben Masters, a dangerous New
Mexican robber, has been sentenced
five years in the penitentiary.
Several people have been poison
ed at San Diego by eating damaged
There was serious rioting in Sev
eral Indian cities between Hindoos
Sixteen persons were burned to
death at Coustadt on Sept 28th.
Emperor Francis Joseph narrowly
escaped being killed at Fclisdorf,
Beiry Wall, "king of the dudes,"
has been engaged to star in a play.
A ring lost by a Massachusetts
man in Salt Lake two years ago has
just been recovered.
A new fast mail train is to be run
between New York and Chicago.
Several persons perished in a fire
at Chicago, Sept. 28.
The War Department will here
after give the preference to De
mocrats in employing and dis
The Sioux Commissioners expect
that an agreement will be l cached
with the Indians.
Professor Goffken has been ar
rested for furnishing for publication
exliacts from Emperor Frederick's
Changes arc to be made in the
G ei man Imperial insignia.
Empeior William has advised
Queen Natalie to delher up the
Ciown Piince to King Milan.
Idle Italians demand state em
ployment. The last spike on the Mexican
National Railway was driven on
It is not likely that King Milan
will be able to secure a divoicc
from Queen Natalie.
France has adopted a stringent
decree restricting foreign immigra
tion. Three Ameiican wrecking tugs
have been seized at Aljrouia, Ont.
Patrick Olliten, member of Par
liament, was lcleabcd from prison
at Dublin , Oct. 5.
Judge Lupke was lotten-egged
by Henry Wcigle at St. Louis,
Oct. 8th. '
There is evidence that N. li.
Wade killed two women and com
mitted suicide at Indianapolis.
The editor of the Anuiston (Ala.)
"Hot Blast" and two other men
wcie shot, Oct. 8th.
An action to annul the charter of
the Havcmeycr & Elder Sugar Re
fining Company is to lie begun in
The Utah Supreme Couit lias dc
clnied the Mormon Church's pro
perty escheated to tho Government.
Mrs. Cower, known to the woild
as Nordlea, is about to Sue her
hrother-iii-Iaw at Tacoma for $250,
000 hoi th of land.
Franco has obtained important
concessions from the King of Aiiam.
The people of Zanzibar claim that
tho trouble with the Germans is due
to interference with native customs.
The International Hank of Berlin
lias been founded.
There is a stiong feeling against
tho Mormons in Mexico.
Tho British troops Imvo won sev
eral victories in tho Black Hills of
Tho Theatre Royal nt Ditndeo,
Scotland, was burned Oct. 5th.
Piefaidcnt Ruttcr of the broken
Traders' Bunk of Chicago died
Mrs. Elizabeth R. Tilton is threat
ened with total blindness.
One Italian was mortally wound
ed, eight weie seveiely hurt and
othets blightly injured in a lallroad
accident at Koutz, Intl., Oct. 7th,
It will be six months before John
L. Sullivan will again bo a strong
Three men wero killed and six in
jured by a railroad collision near
Dickenson, W. Va., Oct. 8lh.
Jim Scott, a colored desperado,
fatally shot, three while men at
Lynchburi;, Va., Oct. filli.
'There was a collision between Ihu
street -oar strikers and the police at
Chicago, Oct. 8lh.
Sir Arthur Sullivan's new opeia
is entitled "Tho Yeoman of the
Guard ; or, "Tho Mciry Man and
The Catholic Bishop of Limerick
has forbidden the collecting of mo
neys at chapels for tho Paincll
Mortimer Sackvillc-West, first
Baron of bnckville, is dead, aged G8
A London engineer captain has
been arrested at Portsmouth for
showing an American over the se
cret patts of the Spithead forts.
Two corpoials in the French
aimy have been atrested for offering
Lcbel rifles and cartridges to the
There was an explosion of dyna
mite in the Registry ofllce, Paris,
Oct. 2, with but slight damage.
There is no clew.
llerr Kracckcn, a piomincnt So
cialist Deputy, died at Berlin, Oct.
Tho total number of cases of yel
low fever at Jacksonville, Florida,
up to Oct. 9th was 3208, total
A great wheat deal has been in
progress in Chicago. Wheat went
up to over S2 per bushel and "Old
Hutchinson" it is reported has made
over fifteen million dollars. Many
firms have had to go under and a
panic was imminent.
Melville W. Fuller, tho new Chief
Justice of the United States was
founally installed in ollicc Oct. 8th.
A quatrel at the Republican Com
mittee room in San Francisco re
sulted in the shooting of several
men. The fight was the result of
a contest between tho Higgins and
The late comedian William War
ren of Boston, Mass., left a &300,
There is no abatement of the sen
sation caused by tho publication of
the extracts fiom the late Emperor
Ficdcrick's diary. Bismarck has
submitted a report, showing the in
accuracies of the reported diaiy and
asking for tho prosecution of the
journal that gave it publicity.
Careful calculations show that the
decrease of the Cuban sugar crop,
owing to the recent cyclone, will not
be more than 10 per cent. An esti
mate made immediately after the
cyclono placed the loss at not less
than 25 per cent.
William Labey escaped from
Auburn Prison Oct. 8th, digging
through four feet of solid masonry
composing the roof of his cell, and
sawing Ihiough the loof proper.
The escape is one of the most la
borious and difficult ever accom
pliihcd in Auburn prison.
Mystic Lodge, No, 2, K. of P.
JL Bunk will lie con
fcr.-cd THIS (Wuihiea
dnj) EV NINO Oaliu
LoiU'c, No. 1. mid visit
ins Knights .nu invited
to bo present.
Pur o-dcr of tho 0. C.
Z. It. MYERS,
74 It It. ot K. & S.
A DIVIDEND of Three Dollars per
share will be paid to the share
holders of the Inle'-Islnnd htinm Nnv'.
gallon Co, on TI1UKSDAY, ilie 18th
inMuiit. J. ENA,
Ilono'ulii, October 10, 1888. 74 8t
A GENTLE Pony,
safe for a child
to tide. Enquiie at
tho bui-rXTiN Ofllce.
JLOT FOB SALE
Jil8$Mt rN King'Hreet, opposite
, Hi' jrOlllllCO Ol UO ll-ci
feUdeep. Apply to
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tho annual meeting of tho stock
holder of the Pacific b'ugai Mill,
the following gentlemen weie elected
olllcoi-5 for the ensuing year:
1 A. h'clmefer President.
O. It. Bifehop Vlcc-1'iesldent.
.1. I.otiug ,.. .TreiiBiiicr.
II. Jtcnjcs Sceietiry.
J. II. Pntv Auditor.
Honolulu, Oct. 17, 1888 4t
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the minimi meeling of tho flock,
hofilurs of the Whtanao CompaDy
held this date the following gentlemen
wire duly olectid to uervc ai ollloers for
the tnsuiug year, viz:
President II. A. Wide inunn,
Vice-President G. N. Wilcax,
Treisurer A. Jaeger,
BuciBtary O. O. Uerger,
Auditor .'.O. O. Brruer.
O. O. BEHGEK,
Honolulu, Oct. 10, 1883. 74 lw
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tho tuinuid meeting of tho ftock
holders of tho Illicit Sugar Co.
held in Honolulu, October 10, 1868, the
following oflictro were ro elected lo
serve duilng tho ensuing jear:
W. G. Iiwln Piesidunt,
John A. Buck Vicc-Prcshlcul,
"W. M.Giftard, &,
II. M, Whitney. Jr Auditor.
W. M. GIlfPARD,
73 1 w Beci clary, II. 8. Co.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On Friday, Oct. 19th,
AT 1( O'CLOCK A. M.,
1 liavo received Instructions ftnmMr. 11.
Moiff.ui. on account of dcpntluio from
tho Kingdom, to fell at hi lesidciitc,
Pnlatna, tho whole orhh
Household Furait'ro & Effects
One ft'itettniit Pui-lov looting!',
1 Outer Hug, 1 Chandelier,
U)iliol Rockers, CanoOlintrs,
Black YV. Bedroom Sets,
Writing Desk, Wardrobes, Bureaus,
Brackets, Cliromos, Ituiis,
Kitchen Stoe, licfiigciator,
Garden llo-e, Flotwr Pols,
Etc , Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
By order of G. W. 13m jjes, Eq , I will
sell at Public Auction,
On WEDNESDAY,'Oct. 24, '88,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. M..
At his residence, Borctnnla stiect, (op
posite the Ice ork),
The Entire Househ'd Furniture,
B. W. Parlor Set !
Upholttcred in I3rowdrjl I'lusli,
I ire M a til top ( cuter Tnble,
Stele Kniavings, Marine Pi turcs,
Large Center Eug,
Sofa A, hi wiu lluir, CarpahiE.
Luce Curtains & Pole,
1 Heavy Carved B. W. Bedroom Set,
Sp log Mattiasses, Largo ilirrois,"
Mo q tilt) N, u, Ifcalher Pillows,
B. W. Bedstead and Bureaus,
Upliol-tcrcil Eirv Chui n. Lounge,
BlncU Walnut riicffonieie,
One Iiller Btunnion Tulilc,
BlncU Walnut Dining Clmirs,
ClmndiilicM, Linp', Waidrobe,
One Wilson Sewing Machine,
Sllverwaie, Crockery & Glassware,
JUat Safe, G anion Tools,
Charter Oak Hange & Utensils
rwii- & Plants, Ijiwd Mower,
Canary Birds & Cages,
2 Carriage Horses,
1 Mare, 1 Open Buggy, 1 Set'
At real of tin; resilience lot, fronting
ou Iviimu stacct, size 150(100 feet.
CS' Promise? will be open lo- inspec
tion on TUESDAY, Oct 3 ml, from 9
A. M. tO 3 1. M.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
Assignee's Notice- to
CREDITORS will pcno lake notice
that the undersigned A -.ifruuj of
the Bankrupt Ps'iile ol It rt . Liini-, licb
till3 day applied for nn older lo ik-ularu
and pay 11 llntil dividend, anil for a din
chaign 11s hiieh Assignee, and that Mr.
Justice BicHurion lias appoln'ed FRI
DAY, tile lOih inbtunt, at 10 'clock
a. si., at his chambers at Aliloluni Hale,
as tin' lime auu place tor licuing saiu
A. J. OAimVRIGHT,
Astigneo of It. W. l.aine, bankrupt.
Iloi.olulti, October 15, 1f;8. 72 St
Headquarters, Honolulu Rifles.
Honolulu, Oet. 13, 1F88.
ISPEOIAL ORDER, No. 3.
rpiIE m mbcrs of Co. "A" are
JL hereby ordered to assemble
at tho AJinoiy on THURSDAY
EVENING, the 18th instant, at
7:80 o'clock, In Fatigue Uni
f 01 111, for the election of Cap
tain and 1st Lieutenant, vice
Pratt andTorbertTeslgned. Cap
tain ami Ordnance Olliccr Hugh
Gunn is heitby detailed to preside at
eald election, liy oidcr,
II. P. HEUBARD,
Captain and Adjutant. 78 3t
WILL GIYE A PERFORMANCE
Saturday Evening, Oct. 20,
AT H O'CLOCK,
CS?"IJox Plan open at Hawaiian News
Co, on T11UIISDAV, October ldtli, at
0 o'clock a. m. 71 4t
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
I"Y order ot Mary Ann I3rown, He
J vIscp under llii last Will mid Tes
tament of Thomas IJrown, Into of Hono
lulu Onhii, dccciitcd, said deceased being
l ho nun iuiiin'o uitiued in n (crltiin niori.
inge df cd dated Maj 30, tSSI, and made
li K ilia li lniluhulu and P. N. Kn
itii i hi, lm liusbuid, to said Thomas
Hi. wi, 1 inn dnucled to tell nt Publlo
On Saturday, Oct. 20th,
AT 1 O'UliOUEi. NOOX,
At my Sa'isioom in Honolulu, all
that cut iniii
Pioccor Parcel of JLuiul,
Situate at Kuiifuln, in said Honolulu,
nml being the same as described in
Ajinna 1, llnynl Patent No. 2:310, con.
tainliig an ate of thtcc-cighls () of
an acre, l'or further paittculaiu en
JAS. P. MOBGAN,
Or to Cecil Uiown, Attorney of Duvl-ee.
Dated Honolulu, Sept. '22, 1888. 74 td
BY order of A. Kosu, and in accord
ance with the' power of sale cm
inincd in Loiuin moitsace matte uy &.
Niipuliukiipu ami Kahela, his wife, of
Honolulu, Oaliu, to A. Itosa, Guardian,
ot ict-oid in the Hawaiian Itegistry ot
Duals in Honolulu, in Hook 84, pages
47!) and 48'. The undersigned will sell
at Public Auction, at his Salesroom,
Queen stieut, in Mild Honolulu,
On Wednesday, Oct. 24,
AT ia O'CLOCK soox,
All the Ileal Est He liereinbclow des
cribed with the uppurliniiuied, due no
tice of iuicntlon to loitclom said mort
gagee haying been duly pulOhheil.
tad Estate to be Bold. All the Land
doMiiibed in Hoyal Pa'uit lf05, L. C. A.
103 to Kanl, containing
All Area of (J2-10O Acres,
situate in Kal.iei okiiku, Itapalanu,
in mid Honolulu.
This Land is leaed for 10 ears, from
February 1, 18S4, at an annual rental of
$10, pajablc scnti-iuuuxlly in uuvanic.
JAS. P. MOKCrAN,
Honolulu, Oct. 2, 18bS. 74 Id
By ordei of .!. 11. Monsurrnt,Tq , I will
bill at Public Auction, nt my ti.des-
rooui, Qullu bt, in Honolulu,
On Wednesday, Oct. 24,
AT 1 O'CLOCK SOOX,
'Ihe following Pieces of Laud, viz:
All that Certain Piece of Land,
Situate at Puulena, Minon, Oaliu.
Contuinlnt: an aiea of about 20 Acres,
and known as the"Akna Kalauki Pie
mUcs." Thi'. Ljnd li is a tunning bticam
limning tlnougli it, and an unfailing
supply of water. There Is one lnige
taro p.ilc now on it, and sK or teven
acres moie of the Land can be put into
taro, mid the list is suitable lor banana
raising and pnt-tutc laud. The Land has
a frontage of 1)1 1 left on the road, and a
fine view of W.iikilci .ind the sta.
&g Deeds at expense of tho pur
For furthir pirticulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Oi lo J. M. Mousarr.it, No. 27 Mer
chant Mi eel. 74 td
Per S. S'. Australin,
At The Beaver Saloon
It. .1. 3f OL.TI3, rroprlctor.
FOIt SAN FKANOISCO,
The Al Steamship
AVlll havollouoliilu for tho above
Tuesday, Oct.. 23,
For Fiolght or Passage, npply to
WM, G. IEWIN & CO., Agents.
Club Douse Restaurant.
Kin Street g$j Hoar Alakea.
84 50 Icp Wi'Clf.
. US Cents i:ncli.
A llrt-chieH Cook has been cngagul to
siuceid tho one heretofore employed.
Tho Tables nre Marble top and Clean;
the Waiters attentive.
O. CHUX HI3M,
73 Sm Proprietor.
era n fua
OSS xtfjjjjtf U S53
HAVE .1UST KECE1VKD A COMPLETE LINE OF
Mies', Tents', I (Mtas' Bali Sis,
Also, Ladies' Black Diamond Dye Hose'
In future, Mrs. E. Small will bo prepared to do
Cutting and Pitting.
Constant Line of Schooners
OWING to our constantly incriaslng hiiinca itul the gi cut demand of nn appre
ciating community, vo lime conclud d in oiler un nppoitiiulty to all parties
having capital. Our Line of Schooner may lie teen gliding ovu the "Har" filled
to their utmo-t carrying npacity of Char, Cool and Invigoi-itlng
John Wie!andss Philadelphia Lager Beer !
AT TX123 "OKITliijyriON SALOON."
To nccommo' ate our Va't Flcit of Schooners, our ice vaults aio now being en
larged rcgnidkss of cost. The
Is the only plnec where n Cool Glnp nf IMIII ADFLPHIA llEKlt, on Pinnght
enn bo had in Honolulu. Stnp forward. i'iitliini'., now's the linm f2 Ira
. - .... .i , M ..li . i i -r
:JUST RECEIVED AT:
A LARGE INVOICE OF FINE JEWELRY
OF THE LATEST 5L PRETTIEST DESIGNS
DIAMONDS INSOUf AIRES & CLUSTER !
Tho 1'aiiiuiiH Ltorluisii Hollcl Silc'xt ni ii. ! lucHtTilpIc
l'lalcilu arc, in smil vnrlolj.
Waltham Watches, Elgin Watch.es &c,
At Exceedingly'Low Prices.'
Kctiiitil'ul BXrvvllc CIocltK I
Sxeeiitl X-itsi oi Alnrin Clocks, at Si TS.
These Goods have all been pcibonally selected in the States, guaran
teeing thereby a choice selection of tho Nowol nml Latest Designs.
Sample P.ickngcs of Goods bent lo nnv p.ut of the Kingdom. Having
evciy facilities rcqui-ilo for u inst-cl.ise jcwdiy inaiuif:icturing establish
nicnt, wo feci confidi'iit Unit we can liianuf.ictuic anything that may he re
quired in me .loweny or silverware jjine.
JUqV WATCH r21CI?-IJlJVG &, KNGRAVING-a
In oiu well-known milliner.
P. . Box 342 (RC l in) Fort Street.
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
Plush Bets, ladies' Work Baskets,
In Plush tt Lc.itber; Lisquc, Gl.iss & Paiiun Wine, Opera &
Muiinc OliiEfces, Tclcfccopcs,
MCrisie Boxes, 13?oy , Books, Albums,
And other things too numerous to mention. All tho above
Goods will be offered at the
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
gjSyThe abovo Goods are New, Fresh and of the Latest Design, having
been imported ex recent ai rivals and were selected expressly for the trado.
W.. H. &MENHALGH
1 OO IT-ort Street, Honolulu.
ton a can
t- BAUGAINB -J Kow Line of uSy- BAKGAINB "M
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of
oveltieH unci JPaiitiy Goodu, Xn Imvefe "Vax-Iotj'.
Mr. S. ROTH,
Merchant Tailor !
llfisjiift returned from San Fran
Cisco with a Large Nock of tho
Finest English & Scotch Goods
L'verbi ought to this city.
C3Th ii Goods weie bought in Bond
Cheap, nml ho intends to give his cub;
lomers the benellt of these pincliases-
CST Call and soo lor yoursolvcs -t
Ample Opportunity for All.
I FAICY (MS
ware Go., LU
NO. 1 FLOUR
A consignment of the abovo
FOR SALE at LOW RATES 1