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Flnnucc Drparl incut.
Bureau or Customs, )
Honolulu, Nov. 15, 1888. J
Mr. K. W. Keaweainahl 1ms this
day been uppointcil Pilot for tho
Port and Collection District or Hilo,
, Island of Hawaii, vico E. L. Swain,
A. S. OLEGHOltN,
W. L. Gheen,
Minister of Finance.
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The new Public Free School at
Kauluwela, in this district, will bo
opened on WEDNESDAY next, the
2l8t instant, when pupils of botli
sexes, all nationalities, and of any
persuasion, may be registered for
Mr. C. Henry .White, for several
years assistant 1'iincipal of the Royal
School, Kahehuna, has been ap
pointed Principal, and Mrs. M. A.
Wood, fcr a number of yeais a suc
cessful teacher of primary guides in
public and private schools in this
district, has boon appointed Assistant
Toacher. The location of the bchool,
for health and comfort, is most ex
cellent, and in tho charge of teachers
of experience, should not fail of a
By order of the Board of Education.
W. JAS. SMITH, Secrctaiy.
Education Office, Nov. 19, 1888.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, NOV. 20, 1888.
A lady has complained of the
misconduct of some hackraen. The
lady, with her family, went to the
ball at the Palace last night in her
own private carriage, and sent the
horse and carriage home in charge
of her Chinese servant, with instruc
tions for him to return with tho
vehicle at a certain hour. He did
so, and while waiting at the Palace
gate, along with several public
hacks, the drivers of some of the
latter embraced the opportunity to
cause every possible annoyance to
the Chinaman. They threw dirt
into the carriage, whipped the horse,
and did sundry other things; for
what reason, is not apparent, unless
because a Chinaman was in charge.
Such conduct merits more than cen
sure ; the guilty parties deserve pun
. ishment of a severer nature.
MR. H. H. SIMPSON.
It 19 known to our readers that
Mr. Harry H. Simpson, the business
manager of the baseball people ex
pected by the Alameda nest Satur
day, arrived by the Australia last
Tuesday, and is now here preparing
for their coming. During the few
days.that Mr. Simpson has been in
Honolulu he has won the good opin
ion of all with whom he has had
dealings, and tho esteem and friend
ship of those with whom ho has as
sociated, lie is a gentleman of
quiet and unassuming demeanor,
and of strictly temperate habits.
Mr. Simpson is an all-round base
ball, foot ball and cricket player.
Ho will play on Saturday next, not
with the American players, but with
tho local team. Mr. Simpson is
practising daily with our own play
ers, and it is confidently believed
that they will make an exhibition on
Saturday of which we shall not be
Tho baseball players and tho
tourists accompanying them, due
hero by tho Alameda next Saturday,
have among them representatives of
the following leading American
papers: New York World, Boston
Globe. St. Louis Post-Dispatch,
Philadelphia Sporting Life, Chicago
Times, Boston Herald, New York
Press, Chicago Evening Journal,
Outing Magaziuc, New York Sun,
Chicago Herald, San Francisco Chro
nicle, St. Louis Globe-Democrat,
Now York Herald, and Chicago
These papers have millions of
readers in tho United States, and
besides they circulate, more or less,
in every country of ' llo civilized
world. Their respective represent
atives will undoubtedly furnish thcin
full pntUculnrs,nol only of tho day's
bascballiuy here, but also of
matters in general which enter intD
the day's experience. Let us give
tho party a reception which will
compel them to think, speak, and
write well of us.
Euitou DuLi.ivriN: The disease
of Cookphobia is peculiar to the Ha
waiian Islands, and is supposed to
be produced from an inordinate use
of bean diet in this warm climate.
The symptoms arc spasmodic efforts
to rush into print with vain at
tempts to cast unfounded odium
upon the memory of the celebrated
navigator and discoverer, Captain
Cook, who was killed in Hawaii
about a hundred years ago.
It is fortunate that Cookphobia is
harmless and non-infectious. Tho
shafts of its victims are leveled
against the honored dead, as tho
memory of Captain Cook is revered
wherever the English language is
spoken; not only for his important
geographical discoveries, but also
for his generous and humane char
acter and the benefits to science
which he and his able officers rend
ered. The first man on tho Hawaiian Isl
ands infected with Cookphobia, to
any prominent extent, was one
Jarvis, who ignored the authorized
narratives of Cook's voyages written
by the shipmates of the distinguish
ed navigator. This Jarvis wrote a
mixture of tradition and fancy which
he called Hawaiian history; and,
being severely affected with Cook
phobia, ho lost himself in.myth and
invective describing Cook as the op
posite of what all authorities sub
stantiate by the best of proofs.
Since Jarvis' time this peculiar
disease has obtruded itself occasion
ally, and it invariably appears in as
sociation with other morbid condi
tions of the brain.
On tho average there have boon
three or four cases of Cookphobia
each year since Jaivis wrote, and
the present year has produced its
full share of rabid writers upon this
worn-out theme. As I said above,
the disease is harmless, inasmuch
as no injury can be done to the
dead ; but Cookphobia is at the
same time, a misfortune to its vic
tim, because it is the outcome of a
mental malady that is liable to take
a more dangerous turn.
In a warm climate like that of the
Hawaiian Islands, the victim of
Cookphobia should especially ab
stain from bean diet as it cau&es
"wind upon the brain," and is a
faithful source of those symptoms
which indicate tho presence of a dis
ease under notice. M. D.
The Oceanic Company's steam
ship Australia sailed at noon for
San Francibco with a fair cargo and
passenger list. A number of the
departing passengers wore lcis and
the Hawaiian band enlivened the
proceedings with appropriate mu
Mr. C. B. Reynolds, the new
superintendent at the leper settle
ment, came down from there Satur
day morning. lie has prepared the
'Bishop Homo" and three sisters
now occupy it, and are pleased with
the arrangements. The reservoir
and oM feet of water pipe weres
totally carried away on the otii inst.
It is understood that the reseivoir
was carried away by a cloud burst
at tue head of Waiuolu Valley, as
the water washed away a bridge
which was over 18 feet high and 70
feet long. The water at present is
being bt ought to the settlement in
carts. To-day the lepers will have
a temporary supply through a one
inch pipe. It is expected that a
spring on one side of the mountain
will have to be utilized. "Within a
month the work will be completed.
THE LATE FATHER DRECORY.
Following is a brief notice of the
Rev. Father Gregory Archambaur
of the Roman Catholic Mission, who
died at Kakaako, Honolulu, on tho
12th inst, :
The Reverend Father Gregory
Archambaur was born in Franco on
the '27th of November, 1810. Ho
came to the Islands in 1818, and ar
rived at Honolulu on the 28th of
April. Sent by his superiors to tho
Island of Hawaii, ho remained there
several years, during which lie at
tended to the spiritual wants of the
people of both districts of Kohnla
and Ilamakua, having to walk and
cany on his back a little chapel-box
containing all that was necessary to
celebrato, everywhere ho had to go,
tho holy sacrifice of the mass.
From Hawaii ho passed to tho Isl
and of Maui in 185!!. It is there
that his apostolical zeal and christ
ian charity were unbounded, when,
during the raging of the small pox,
he was seen going nil around Koo
lau, liana, Kipahttlti, Knupo and
Kahikinui, discharging with re
markable activity towards tho poor
victims ot tlio plague the sacred du
ties of his holy ministry, attending
also their corporeal wants, oven to
burying tho dead.
lie is the servant to whom his
Lord has said: "Well done thou
good and faithful servant, because
thou hast been faithful over a few
tilings I will set thee over man'
things , enter thou Into tho joy of
thy Lord." (St. Matthowxxv, 23.)
This evening tho famous Silbon
troupe will give a special perform
ance at tho Hawaiian Opera IIouso
for tho joint benefit of Moulton and
Dashwny and tho Dale Brothers. On
this occasion the Silbons will intro
duce their beautiful Roman studio
act of living models of marblo gems.
This is something that in itself
ought to draw a full house. New
pantomiiics will also be introduced.
The box plan is now open at the
auction room of L. J. Levey.
To-morrow afternoon the company
will give a grand matinee perform
ance at 2:30 o'clogjc.
NAALEHU, HAWAII, NOTES.
An earthquake, tho heaviest shock
felt here since that of January,
1887, occurred on tho 8th instant,
at G: 10 o'clock in tho evening. A
short tremor, then an explosion re
sembling that of tho bursting of a
canon instantly followed, The vi
brations seemed from tho north-east
to south-west, or nearly so. Aside
fiom a little damage done to things
tossed from shelves and the throw
ing down of stone walls, no damage
was done. A second shock, a light
one, was felt at 3 o'clock the follow
ing morning, since which time things
in this line have remained in a
It is one hundred years . since the
discovery of those Islands. They
have withstood during those long
years many severe shocks from the
conflicting elements within them
and although showing many terror
inspiring scars, yet survive. This
ought to satisfy timid people who
visit them that there is no danger of
being swallowed up, for the probabil
ity is that these tock-ribbed islands,
cradled amid billows of fire, will
continue to live in the arms of the
ocean for ages to .come, with their
lava furrowed brows still wreathed
with tho rainbow of promise, and
with mother nature herself still
watching over these her restless and
too fiery tempered offspring.
Naalehu, Hawaii, Nov. 15th.
Y. M. C. A. HALL,
Tuesday evening, Nov. 20th,
AT W O'CLOCK.
CSfF( r Si c nt Hit Hoolts mi.-s.X5a
Royal Hawaiian Opera House.
A GREAT EVENT !
By the tpui'iftl lequc-t ot n number of
pn mincnt lesidi'ntA llic
inaii-ijjer ot the
Ha, dec ik-il to .ive one nio.c per
lormaneo lor the Joint Bi-nctlt
of tlio Gicit Ar ists
Messrs. MOULTOH & DASHWAY,
The DALE BROTHERS,
Tuesday Evening, Hoy. 20th
In a Special Progianinn?
tlilb occasion only.
Messrs. MOULTON & DASHWAY will in
troduce several new fe-tts on the Horl
zontiil Bar, ono of which will bo to tako
out the middle bar and do a somersault
from one end to the other a distance of
The DALE BROTHERS will also intro
duce several new featurja.
The SILBONS will introduce for this
night only their
Beautiful Roman Studio Act
LiYing Models of Maryel Gems
No one should rales seeing this
Now Pantomimes by JOHN PH0IT and
CSTRemcmber this is tho last oven.
ing performance nf this Company pre
vioua to their leaving tho Kingdom.
management have decided to
Wodncsday, Aftornoon, Nov. 21st,
At 2:"30 o'clock Doois open at 2,
Prices Adults, 60c; Children, 25c.
tSTliox office for Tuesday night's
performance 1, now open,
L. .r. LEVEY,
101 tit Business Manager.
171 TIETJENS will attend to my bus!.
lit ness during my absence from tho
Kingdom. A. JAEGER.
Honolulu, Nov. 20, 1888. 102 lw
KY Birds. Flndor
leute return to
TO LET or LEASE
A FURNISHED Manslou
delightfully situated at
the corner of King and ICecan,
moku streets, and containing i Rooms,
Kitchen, Bath-house, Stable, Carriage
house, otc. There is also a lino garden
and largo backyard. The buildings arc
now and in excellent order. Apply to
1P2 lw J. IS. BROWN & CO.
Auction Salos by James F. Morgan.
Rv order of Messrs. T. H. Puvlo & Co.,
IwlllBellat Public Auition,
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 21, '88
AT lO O'CLOCK A.
At the Store adjoining my Sdcsiooni.
Queen street, a Laigd nml Vaiietl
Assortment of Merchandise,
To closo conslgmcnts, comprising
lOJR-Y" GOODS !
While & Crown Cottons,
UmlersliirtB & Drawers,
Lane As. off oolBlart
A Large and Varied Assortment of
O 3Efc O O 33: HE Xfc Y
Which will bo solfl without 1 curve,
Cups and Saucers,
All Sizes of Plates,
as oricd aies or iiowi,
Assorted Hardware, &c. &c.
All Goods must be Sold Liberal
Terms to tho Trado.
TJEIMMS Ajr HA.1.I3.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Loyey.
On Wednesday, Nov. 21st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK SOOX,
I will sell nt Public Auction, on tbo
2-story Coral & Frame Cottage
At the corner of llotil and Alik-i sis.,
adjoining Mrs. Hiown'a resilience.
CSTTo liu n moved
from day of Sale.
within 10 iliiyr
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Horses, Carriages &
On Wednesday, Wov. 21
AT 1 O'CLOCK. SOOX',
111 fion of my Silcsr om, I am in
strueteil by Mr. . K. Bunl to n-11 ut
Public Am ion, without re-eivo to ihr
hijiliu t I) d lei bis O.u null's, Hos.s
mid lluitiu s(.s, Etc., Kie., . s folloub:
1 ramily Cut-Under Double Canisgc, com
plete wilh Cushions, Curtains, Itucjs,
Lamps, Etc., Etc.
1 Brewer & Co. Fancy Phaelon, in perfect
1 Light Express Wagon wilh Top, Fast-scat,
2 Bay Carriage Horses, perfectly gontlc,
lady can drive.
1 Black Pony, fast under Saddle.
2 Sets of Harness, nearly new, Etc.
BSyTho above ia-i be sun at die
Punthcoii Stnblo'ft f i om !) a. m. on Tues.
day, iiml at 11 a m., in fiuiitofmy
iimtlon mom. Wll be told fc arately
or a whole rig.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
100 8t Auctioneer.
Under instruction from the Hon. II. A.
Widemann, I will oiler for sale
at Public Auction, at
On Monday, Nov. 26,
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOOAr
If not previously disposed of at prl
vmo tale, that certain pro
perty known as
"THE PAU LANDS' Waikiki,
Comprising !7 40-100 Acres, moio or less
in Fco Simple. About 12 Acres of tho
nbovo arc sU out in Fish I'oikIh and aro
plentifylly blocked with Mullet, Awa
and Carp, which aru now rendy for
market. Of the renminbi'' Lniuls nbout
8 Acres aro pluntctl with Manlcnlu Orats
from which i) crops aro harvested un.
mildly, yielding upon nn aveinge U0 tons
per year, m no pmco is wen provided
with Mowing Machines, liny Presses,
Wagons, etc., and oveiything that ap
pertains to a well equipped farm; tbcru is
A One-Story Frame Building,
Upon tlio premises (nearly now , con.
taluinga Rooms wjth all conveniences,
and at present occupied as a mauagerB
re.ideuce. In tuldition to tho abovo
there is a Leasehold of about 1 83-100
Acres, with Buildings thereon, in 'tlio
rear and immediately adjoining the pro
pcrty, which is at present well stocked
with Pigs and Poultry, for which pur.
pose it is peculiarly adapted.
On account of its nearness and easy
access to Honolulu, and tho early com
pletion of tho Tramways to Waikiki,
this property offers unusual luduccincuiH
to parties wishing a safe and profitable
Theio nro muneioiis Out-Buildings on
tSf' For further particulars apply to
l' W, Mncfarlaue, or to -
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
t8w td-101 lw-d Auctioneer.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tho annual mooting of tho stock
holders of tho llawullfin Hiilrond
Cf. (Limited), held at their oftlco In this
city, Nov. intli, tlio following officers
were elected to sorvo during tho ensuing
(Jlmilc. L Wluht President,
William C. Wilder Treasurer,
Samuel O. Wlldrr Secretary.
S. G. WILDKK,
Honolulu, Nov. in, 1883. 101 Ct
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of tho stock,
holder) of tho Kiihulul llillro:id
Co., (Limited), held nt their otlicc In this
city, Nov. Wth, the following ofllcera
worn elected to servo during the ensuing
William C. Wilder President,
Samuel G. Wilder Treasurer,
Samuel B. ltoso Secretary.
S. B. HOSE,
Honolulu, Nor. 10, 18S8. 101 3t
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
A T'ho annual meeting of the flock
holders of Wildci's Steamship
(Jo., (Limited), held at their oflkts In
this city, Kov. lOtli, tlio following
otlicTS woio elected to servo during Ihu
William C. Wilder President,
William G. lrwln....VlccPiesidcnt,
Samuel B. Hose
John II. Paty Auditor.
S. B. KOSE,
. Ilnnol In, Nov. 1!), 1883. 101 3t
Tuesday, Kov. 20th, at 4 p.
Stopping ut L ilmniit, Slaalm a, Mnina,
Muhnkona; urrives nt Knwtiihao on
Wrdm Mliiy. 21st, nt 8 r m.
Lowing Kiwalhae on FiMny. No
veinlier a:iid, nt 4 a. ji , stops at 31 ilm
konn. link ran, Maalaiu ami Lnhaiua,
ni riving nt Honolulu, Saturday, Nov.
24, nt noon.
WILDEE'S STEAMSHIP CO.
Christmas & New Year Cards,
FANCY GOODS, RUGS, &c.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.'S.
HAVE A FINE EOT OF
For 30 Days. For 30 Days.
GEA1 CLEARING SALE
Miss Oliillbny- will hold a Clearing Sale
lor 80 dnya to make room for
New Holiday Goods
To arrive shortly.
Ladies' $20 Hit will be sold... for $8 00
" 10 " " " ..." 0 00
" 10 " " "... " 5 00
" c " " " ..." 2 no
$12 Ostrich Plumes " ..." 7 00
9 4 Tips " " ... " 1 50
FLOWERS, BIRDS and WINGS,
At Half Price.
The abovo Hata are all New and of tho
Latest Stylos, and Trimmed with
tho very best muteiiuls.
921 Foil Street. Ilm
Just received a small consignment of
Choice French Clarets,
From tho well-known firms of Dubos
Freres, and Lauusse & Pancol,
Alto, from tho cellars of Romans & Co.,
Koch Fils Champagne, 1880;
(In Quarts & Magnums)
tilinnil.eitln, 1874 ;
CJiult'iiu 'Viueiu, 1H5H;
Dry Uuriicoii, H YenrH Old;
;iiuteuu aiurtfitiix, IM77;
Grande Fine Champagne Brandy, 1811.
BffirTho abovo comprises tho Choicest
Brands of Wines and Liquors ever lm
poitcd to this market.
FOlt HAXiE ItY
F. Ksa a a
i-5 f i rp vfi R if yis vi s j&fc V
tST BAHGA1NS 'J Now Lino of tST BARGAINS X$&
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New Invoice of
SEEWAEDWAHE, PLOWS & IE HUM
JNovellieM nut. STtuiey O3ools, lii JL.uivj?o "Vurlety.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Ladies', Gents', k Ciireis Bail Suits,
Also, Ladies' Black Diamond Dye Hose
111 future, Mvp. E. Small will be prepared to do
Cutting' and Fitting.
FKOitl SELWltt & lnVKOIS.
18 & 30 Chambers 18 & 30 Chambers
Which have proved n griMl suceesi nt Iluk'i Sugu OIilmc, llamuniiulii, KuUuha,
iiinu'ii, K iloi LiilnlM.. I.nup'ih elio. , ei: . etc., nud which
arc jMOvhieil wi'h the l.'itPU liunrovununl.
SPARE PARTS OF
AT LOWEST RATES BY
H. HACKFELD & CO., Agents.
On Account of R
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
In Plush & Leather; Bisque,
Maiinu GliiSHCH, Tolofccopcs,
H&Eiifsie Boxes, TToy, JOoolc, A.llniiis9
And other things too numerous to mention. All tho abovo
GoodB will bo oll'oicd at tho
LOWEST PEICES EVER (JU0TED IN THE KINGDOM.
Tho nbovo Goods aro New.
becn imported ex lccont auivals and
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W. H. GRAENHALGrH
lOO JPort Stroot, Honolulu.
A COMPLETE LINE OF
THE ABOVE PRESSES,
for tlie same.
ladies' Work Baskets,
Glass it Paiian
Waio, Opera &
Fresh and of tho Latest Dumm. bnvim-
who boleetcd expiebsly for tho trade,
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