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Late Foreia Haws.
Department of frMucnUoii.
Tenders for furnishing tho mate
rial and builtliiiK n School Hoiifco,
according to specifications to be aeon
at the ollico of the Bom d of Educa
tion, in AVaimea, Island of Kauai,
will bo received at tlio ollico up to 12
o'clock noon of the 20 1 h instant.
The Board does not bind itself to
accopt the lowest or any bid.
. G. It. BISHOP,
President Board of Education.
Honolulu, Oct. 22, 1888. 78 lw
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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian ItuamlB.
Draw Exchango on the
JBivulc ol Calil'oi-uia, H. IT.
And tliolr agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONtl.
Messrs. N. M. Itotlischild & Bon, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Bydncy,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Ghribtchurck, and 'Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Tranb&ci c tiincru! Banking Bosincss.
Plcdareil to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all,
SATURDAY, OCT. 27, 1888.
Euitou Bullkiin: It may be out
of place to trouble you with remarks
on such a common thing as our
health, but for me the latter has
been a troublesome affair and I
thought that somebod might be
benefitted by my experience. Allow
iuc the following illustration which
gives my experience in a nutshell.
Suppose you t ere going to build
or to repair a first-class house, would
you give the job to a man who is a
masou, carpenter, tinsmith, painter
in oneeison, or would you rather
give the work of the mason to a ma
son, of the carpenter to a carpenter,
and so on?
This question may seem to you
"ridiculous, but if so, then people act
ridiculously all the time ; or do you
mean to say that the structure of a
human body is simpler than that of
a Iioubc? Can you imagine any
greater difference than there is in
the structure and treatment of the
eyes, or the ears, or the fingeis, or
the stomach, or the heart, or the
kidneys, or the skin, and so on?
Is it possible that any one doctor
can be an expert in every part of
'the human body? That is, can he be
a good mason, carpenter, plumber,
painter,, at the same time? It may
be possible and 1 have no doubt that
most of our doctoia here belong to
that class, but still will not every
body prefer in important cases a
specialist (that is, a doctor who
makes that special part his special
duty.) I willjiot trouble you with
the details of m' experience, how an
car-doctor or how a throat-doctor
cured my bpecial ailments, but I
beg your permission to refer to a
very neglectful part of the human
' body, viz., tho skin. Several doc
tors examined a friend of mine and
informed him that Mb liver was the
cause of all his ill-feeling, etc.
Thereupon lis went abroad for a
special cure, merely to be informed
that his liver was all right. At last
it was discovered that his skin did
not do its duty properly and he "was
tieated accordingly by a specialist.
This may seem a small thing to you,
but are you sure that a great many
people are not afflicted similarly
without knowing it? On tho con
trary I am informed that-fckin dis
eases are of frequent occurrence on
these islands and I believe that an
experienced specialist (a skin doc
tor) should bo invited to settle hero.
There arc a. number of skin diseases
which I do not care to enumerate,
but let mo add that home of our
worst disoascs aic treated thiough
the skin. Lei Leiiua.
DR. SAMUEL KNEELAND.
TJoston, Oct. 8. Tho death in
Gennanyof Dr. Samuel Kneeland
of Boston is announced. Ho was a
native of Boston and graduated at
Harvard in 1810. He studied at
the medical school in tho same in
stitution, and later in Paris, until
1845. He piacticcd medicine in
Boston, taught anatomy at tho
Harvard School, and was connected
-with various other institutions. He
'explored Braxil, the copper legion
of Lake Superior and the Hawaiian
i' Islands. In tho summer of 187-1
ho visited the islands at the time of
' the roillenial celebration studying
tho volcano phenomena of tho isl
ands. Among his published works
t aro "xiio wonciers oi iuc xosenmo
Valley and of California," and "An
American in Iceland," "The Land
of Hemp and Sugar," and "A Win
ter's Residenco in tho Philippine
Islands." His favorite studies wore
volcanic disturbances and earthquakes.
(Jfy the Sicalandliu')
A secret treaty lias neon sinned
by ltussia and Corca.
Domingo Sanmlo, tho Havana
millionaire, and his wife were brut
ally murdered, Oct. 10th.
Tho U. S. Congicss was expected
to adjourn Oct. 20th.
The U. S. Sennte has passed the
Appropriation Bill pioviding funds
to enforco tho Chinese Exclusion
" Ex-Judge Terry's application for
a pardon has not yet been refened
to tho Department of Justice.
Teenier and O'Cvnnor will row
for the championship of America at
"Washington on November 21th.
A yacht is to be built in Australia
to compete for the America's cup.
A number of paupers sent to New
York by the Duke of Buckingham
will bo returned to England.
Emperor William vw ill visit tho
King of the Belgians and Queen
The French decree restricting tho
immigration is not so strict as was
at first reported.
The London Times will summon
several Irish Nationalists to testify
in the Parnell inquiry.
The result of the election in New
ark, N. J., Oct. lGth, was a gicat
McKcnna will oppose any attempt
of the Democrats to pass a bill en
abling Chinese en loate or detained
at United States poits to enter this
The U. S. Ticasury Department
shows a disposition to shortly to cn
enforco the new Chinese Exclusion
Dr. Mackenzie declares that Em
peror Frcdeiick received his death
blow on April 12th, when, through
the clumsiness of Dr. Beigmann, a
false passage was foiccd through
the patient's trachea.
A dispatch from Madras says that
twenty-live persons were killed by
an explosion of gunpowder at a vil
lage festival, Oct. 14.
A statue of Shakespeare v,as un
veiled in Paris, Oct. 14, with great
The Government of Morocco per
sists in its refusal to salute tho Por
tuguese Hag. The dispute is be
A block of seven-story buildings
on Buchanan street, Glasgow, Scot
land, and a threc-stor block oppo
site were destroyed by Are, Oct. 10.
The loss is 100,000. Four firemen
An epidemic of typhus fever pre
vails at Vera Cruz, the result of the
recent great iloods.
Herr Schoenvoin, the new Aus
trian Minister of Justice, is in favor
of the union of Bohemia and Mora
via as a separate kingdom, with
complete home rule.
The Sultan of Morocco will send
an Embassy to the United States to
complain among oilier things of Reed
Lewis, United States Consul at Tan
A boiler in the Woodlawn sugar
house at Houina, La., exploded Oct.
19th, killing one white man and 3
negroes and wounding two other
Wright Sanford, probably the
most prominent of the New York
Club men, died Oct. 19.
Rebel news from Herat is to the
effect that the rebellion is ended.
Ishak Khan has fled to Bokhara,
and the remnant of his forces has
submitted to Mazare. The Ameer's
authority is now supreme in the
whole of Afghan Turkestan.
A ministciial crisis is threatened
in Spain over the question of army
Lord Mount-Temple died in Lon
don, Oct. lGth.
Landgrave Friedericb Wilhelm of
Hesse fell overboard and was drown
ed between Batavia and Calcutta,
i, Floods in Abiuzza, Italv, have
caused enormous damage and the
loss of many lives.
Advices from Afghanistan report
that in the fight at Tashkuran 500
of tho Ameer's men and 1,000 re
bels were among the killed and
Mr. Parnell's defenses in tho ac
tion in the Scotch court against the
London "Times" have been de
livered. Mine. Adam, in her "Nouvcllc
Revue," dares King Leopold per
sonally to deny an existence of con
vention binding Belgium to Ger
many, particularly if the latter
should go to war with France.
A dispatch from Zanzibar, Oct.
19, says, While the British gunboat
Grillin was chasing a slave dhow she
was fired at by Aiab slavers and a
Lieutenant was killed. Tho dhow"
was ultimately captured.
The Mexican Minister of Public
Woiks aays that no more subsidies
will bo granted to railways. The
Mexican Congress will reform the
colonization laws in favor of small
Tho Berlin "Politscho Nachrich
ten" says: Dr. Tobold has made a
lengthy reply to the statements
made by Dr. Mackenzie in his book,
lie condemns Mackenzie's forceps
as baneful, and generally supports
the German doctors.
A dispatch has been received by
tho Colonial Secretary at Ottawa,
Canada, containing a draft of the
pioposcd airangement with tho
Canadian Pacific Railway for service
between Vancouver or Victoria and
China and Japan. It has been le
ferred to a sub-committee of the
The railway traffic through
Greece has been impeded by heavy
floods. Mcgarcan piano has been
converted into a lake, and the rail
roads on botli sides of the Nogara
havo been destroyed for a distance
of 12 miles.
A London cable dispatoli of Oct.
18 slates that negotiations aicprg
cccdingforthcCauadian Pacific mail
scrvieo to Australia. Itisieportcdthe
piomotcrs expect a subsidy equal
to that granted to tho Eastern line,
in addition to the joint colonial sub
sidy of X'50,000 or 00,000.
Advices from Java say a con
spiracy against the Dutch lcsidenls
was discovered at Madison. Uorly
two ringleaders were arrested and
elven others, who refused to sur
render, wcro shot.
A dispatch has been received at
London announcing that the Spanish
Piimo Minister and tho Minister of
Finance were suddenly taken ill at
tho same time, giving rise to wild
rumors of conspiracy and poison.
Tho 'removal of these Ministers
would facilitate the scheme of those
who intend to overthrow tho Government.
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tfu.ft.i.'.fnumi' i nm M,"VMfrn ,piuju'jm W..IH n.u' jn.n.Vjih.W'i.AP
Have Just Hcctivid ex
Amealed Fence Wire, 4, 5 & 6,
Corrugated Iron, aborted;
Yellow Motnl hlioithliiL',
Vlio lt'jiir, lurcuiud; ConlTar,
JUST RECEIVED EX BARK
Oalyaiiizod, Corrugated fi Plain Iron,
Paint, White Lead & White Zinc
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A COMPLETE LINE OF
Laflies', Mi & Clta' BatMni Suits,
IN COTTON Sc WOOL.
Boxes Sheet Tin, tfinr,
Burs Shot, Caitor
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Also, just arrived ex Bails "Amy
Turner," from Boston,
FINE ASSORTMENT OF GOODS I
In their line, including
Ilollcd & Hnw Llnccd Oil,
A Largo and Varied Assortment of
83J E3TA.11 For Sale Uhcap.-ia Llw
Queen Street. lw
Also, Ladies' Black Diamond Dye Hose
In future, Mis. 12. Small will l)o prepared to do
Gutting and Fitting.
Constant Line of Schooners Ainplo Opportunity for All.
H. HACKFELD & CO,
On Wednesday, Oct. 31
at 10 o'oiiOCii a. m..
At the lcsidcncc of Hiss Rumble, Hotel
street, (opposito the T. M. C. A.
Building, I will sell at
Tho Entire Househ'd Furniture,
Large Center Rugs, Sofa Rugs,
Decorated Hanging I.ampp,
Hal Urn KockciB,
B. W. Marble-top Bedroom Set,
Spring Hattrasses. Hair Mattrasscs,
Painted Bedroom Sets,
STOVE & UTENSILS,
OKUiUUXt iT'OIt tjA.XE-
: A TIT-NTT T?TT Ttf RT T3T7.KR 17.S
XJL J. JLVJ- JL X' JLJJ 5 JLUJIAUL JLJlUKJKJJLUKJ)
FROM SELTJHGr & Ii&NGE.
18 & 30 Chambers 18 & 30 Chambers
WING lo our constantly increasing business and tho gretit demand of an appro.
Dialing community, c nuo conpnuuu to oner an oppoiuiniiy to nu parti
ng capital. Our Lino of Schooners may bo seen gliding over tho "liar" fllli
JAS. F. MORGAN,
T)Y a Portugese murried couple a place
JLf wlicro the man can snow ins use
fulness rs a goud and competent servant
around a gentleman's placo; tako charge
of horses and carriage. "Wife is a first
class sewer on the machine, and also a
pcrfcot housekeeper, willing lo do any
kind of woi k. Apply to Mr. Antonio
thfl tlorist, School meet, Hono
THE undersigned lespcotfully gives
notice that on account of the lack
of time to gie proper attention to tho
management of the "Paiadio of the
Pacific" hu has vithdiawn finni all con
nection therewith, and the paper will
he solely conducted by W. 11. Gracn
halgh, who ho (rusts will continue to rc
ccivutho hearty support heietofoic ac
cordtd this effort to advertise tho Ua.
v, nii an Kingdom abroad.
81 31 J. J. WILLIAMS.
TlieCrBai of Society
"The" Elite Ice Cream."
I ARID CO., I
A Honolulu. B
Specialties TO-DAY at tho "Elite."
And many other Creams too numerous
to mention. 83 It
Ex. " h. hackfelb:
(MIAN GROCERIES, viz:
Sauerkraut mil Qratwiirste,
Erbsm Spargel, Etc., Etc.
Norwegian Canned Fishes, Yiz:
Mackerel in Oil,
Halmon in Oil,
Trout in Butter and Oil,
Fishfrlkadellpn in Curry,
Fishballa in Lobster Sauce,
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Which linvt' niovid a great success nt Lihue, Uanamnulu, ICekaha, Waimca,
Koloa, Labalnn, I.aupah choc, etc, etc., and which tiro pro
vided with the Latest Improvements.
to their utmost carrylug capacity of Clear, Cool mid Invigorating
John Wielanci's Philadelphia Lager Beer !
AT THE "ORXarErtlON SALOON," ! '
To accommo Into our Vast Fleet of Schooncis, our ice vaults aic now being on,
lorgcd regardless of cost. Tho
Is the only piece where a Cool Glass of PHILADELPHIA BEEB, on Drnught
cin bo hnil in Honolulu. Step forward, Gtntlcmc, now's tho tiinu. f,3 1m
:JUST RECEIVED AT:
A LARGE INVOICE OF FINE JEWELRY
OF THE LATEST &
DIA10NBS m SOLITAIRES & CLUSTER !
Tho I'nrur.ni (muIiiuii (Solid Ml vcl vwu e A. 1'lticnt Triple
I'lutcriwaic, in si'cnt visiloty.
Waltham Watclies, Elgin Watches, &.C.,'
At Exceedingly Low Prices. ,t
JLtcinitirkil Mivi'Mc Oloelsw I
giecin.l Xiino oi A.lm-m OlocliN, at Ssl VE.
Thoso Goods havo nil been peison.illy beloutcd in tho States, guaran
teeing thoroby a choioo selection of the Newest and Latest Designs.
Sample Packages of Goods unit lo any unit of tlio Kingdom. Having
every facilities requisito for a fnat-ol.ico jowi'liy nuiuufacluring establish
ment, wo fool confident tii.it wo can manufautuio anything that may bo re
quired in tho Jeweliy oi Silvoiwaio Lino.
fitiT AV ATCI1 KISirAXKlNG Sa ICNGRAVING"!
In our well-known niannoi.
1 O. Bux 342 (GO lm) Fort Street.
ALSO FOIt SALE-
SPARE PARTS OF THE ABOVE PRESSES,
JJ'iltiex Clotli for tlio same. .
AT LOWEST BATES lit
H. HACKFELD & GO., Agents.
e Un in
. gg nu, IU.
A Largo Assortment of
CHRISTMAS TOYS !
STAPLE & FANCY GOODS.
J. T. WATEUHQO
Civil Engineer and Surveyor.
Plush Sets, Ladies2 Work Baskets,
In Plush & Leather; Bisque, Glass &, Parian Ware, Opera &
lUiuinc Glasses, Telescopes, '
3Mtu.jsie iOoxiefts, Toyw, ISookss, -A-llixMas,
All tlio above'
other things too numerous to mention,
i Goods will bo oflbied at the
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
S own etliin g:
The Burl ,fll. MM
With a Cargo of
OF NEW YOUK.
Cash Assets, December 31, 1807,
Thoso w ho desire bfifo and profltahlo
Life Iusnrauco uio invited to apply to
w. it. bcosi:,
Ilonolulu, Geuc'ral Agent, Hawaiian
Islands. oct-0 88.1y
Whose "ad" is it? Why,
Who has openid a
Coffee Saloon, on Hotel Street.
A Hot Dinner is provided Every
Dtiy fioin 11 :80 A. ji. to 1 1. m.
tyComo'and try his Codec, ctc,-a
CO tf '
gjSF"Tho above Goods nro New, Fresh and of the Latest Design, having
been iinpoi led ex rccont arrivals and were selected expressly for the trade.'1
B oaPEjrs" Ej"rEJiipr& -
W. H. GRAEIHALGH
1 OO JToi-L Streci, Honolulu.
ITOXr.C STXtJEKX, HONOILiTJLXr.
Ilethel St., next to General Post
All kinds of Safes &. Scales repaired,
AIiio, Kowliu; 3iriirlitiiiH ut reason
Hell Tul. 424. foct.25-88.ly) P. O. II. 400.
Ckil) House Restaurant
84 50 lcr Woelc.
as contH jcucii.
A flrst-clnss Cook has hcen engaged to
succeed tho ono heretofore employed.
'Tho Tahles aro llnrhle top aud Clean;
tho Walters attentive.
C. HUN HKE,
72 Sin Propriotor.
EST HAltaAINS tE3 Now Lino of n&" BAltGAINB "Wi
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever hefoio. New invoico of
iNovolticw JiiiU ITuiicy Goodw, Xix JLuvgro "Vttx'loty.
Mr. S. ROTH,
Merchant Tailor !
Ilnsjnst lcturnul from Ban Fran
olsco with a Lurgo Btook of tho
Finest English & Scotch Goods
Ever hrought to this city.
CsrTho Goods v,eio bought in Bond
Cheap, nnd hp intends to givo his cus
tomcrs tho benefit of these pui chases
D2T Call and
seo lor yourselves -
Starr & Go.'s
NO. 1 FLOUR
A consignment of the above
FOR SALE at LOW RATES !
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