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distanco between three nml four
miles; Upward of seventy people,
ventured up this famous valley.
Th"oroad-to it showed signs of n re
cent rain, and for carriages tho
pathway was nb tit two-thirds of
the way, while tin o of tho party on
horseback could ;o up as far as a
spbl known as luu tabic land. In
some places the carriage road would
be through thickets of lantann, and
so thick was the growth of this wild
bush at the extreme end of the carriage-road
that to turn tho carriages
horses had to be unhitched from
them. There were about ten car
riages used by tho party, and in the
return home the 1 ear carriago was
tho first t'o start, the first which led
on tho way up tnking the rear. Be
fore arriving at the place where the
picnic was to be held, there were
two crossings of a running stream
that had to bo waded by those of
tho party in caniages. This was
done by means of three or four
horses being Used. led by a native,
and going back and forth. Being a
sort of rural felicity, (ho ladies
didn't mind it.
Vbile the imu was being piepar
ed, and the stones heated to kaltta
(roast) the pig a la Hawaiian, an
hour was spent by some of the party
visiting the table land, about one
mile further up the valley. The so
called table land is upon the sum
mit of a high hill surrounded by a
lofty lange of mountains, separated
from the hill by deep ravines.
Standing on the lull top one im
agines himself encircled, hoisc
Bhoe like, by a range of steep
mountains. Wild loses abound here,
and, as evidence that one has as
cended to the top of the land he or
she must leluiu with leis'mado of
the wild roses and feins.
It may not have b?cn generally
known by the party, but it is never
theless a fact, that of those who
started with one guide for the table
land five, weiu. tfo far behind, the
rest minus a guide, that they lost
their way thither, having gone on
the wiong track. Of the' live, two
were ladies and three gentlemen.
One of the gentlemen acting as an
amateur guide, proved himself a
failure, so much so that one of the
gentler sex could not help but sob
in tears. However the live man
aged to get out of the bush easier
than getting into it.
Returning to the place where the
imu was, we found the table, or
rather a mat, beset with the eat
ables common to native Hawaiians.
After a few moments' pause, the
ladies and gentlemen sat (well some
lay) down to do justice to the
inner being the luau began. Mr.
A. W. Richardson baying with him
his camera, took a successful photo
graph of the party while eating.
After the luau the party returned
to town after thoroughly enjoying
In the evening the day's spoit
ended with an open air concert at
The first concert given by the
Band was at tho residence of Dr.
Geo. Herbert on Wednesday even
ing. Thursday evening the Baud
played for the grand ball The Wai
luku Hospital was on Friday' morn
ing favored with music by the Bund,
and in the evening special trains
were despatched to convey mem
bers of the Band, the Knights of
Pvthias of Honolulu and Wailuku,
and others to Kahului for an open
air conceit at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. G. P. Wilder. Professor
Berger's boys rendered some fine
music and singing on this occasion
and they were frequently applaud
ed. During the evening's entci
tainment, through the kindness of
the host and hostess, Whose doors
were thrown wide open for the re
ception of visitors, tea, coffee' and
Gake were served. Mr. Wilder
peisonaily waited around and ,was
particular to sec that each visitor
partook of some refreshments. After
the concert the Band and visitors
were conveyed back to Wailuku.
The last place for the Band to play
was the residence of II. Morrison,
manager at Spreckelsvillc. It was
on Saturday afternoon from 2 to -1
o'clock. This not being generally
known, the throng of people pie
sent outside of our own pai ty, was
very small. The music and singing
by the bandsmen were, however, up
predated, then as, on previous occa
sions. The bandsmen had the Wai
luku Court House as their head
Besides theso concerts the Band
played an hour daily, 8 to 9 a. m.
near the Post OIlce, corner of Main
and High streets. At all of the
concerts throngs of people congre
gated,' whose praises for tho fine
rendering of music were heai d on
The.PyJthian excursionists seem
to baye bqcn favored with clear
weather throughout, so say the
Wailuku kaniaainas, considering
that it'had been raining now and
thpn since November lOtti up to tho
Sundaypreyious to our orrjval. Wo
found;, tho evenings in Wailuku
cool and refreshing, but as yet
there- ia no snow on Haleakula.
THE VVTUIAN FLAG,
Presented by Bro. Ilnssinger to No.
2 lodge wad carried along with the
excuraion to Wailuku. It had its
place on tho stenmer Likcllke's
mainmast both at her sailing horn
Honolulu and on arrival at Kahului ;
also on the jeturn from Kahului and
nrrivablrnHonolulu, I,t had iloated
iu the breomydajly from the Pythian
4?f fTOE9wnfc.. j
,.ww..r. - .
flagstaff at Wailuku. An imposing
scene was jvlicn on Saturday last,
the Hag was lowered for tho last
tunc from the Wailuku staff, pre
paratory to our leturn for Honolulu.
This knights had formed a triangle
with uncovered heads, and at tho
very moment for lowering it slowly,
tho Band struck up the tuno "Aloha
Oe." The lowering of the Hag and
the playing of the music finishing
at the bame time, made it impics
ivcly effective, so much so that
many of the by-standers were shed
ding tears on the eve of our depart
ure from Wailuku.
Accorded lis dining our short stay
in Wailuku was one wc cannot soon
forget. Wc were treated like princes,
in fact none such wcrecver bet
ter treated by the Wailuku residents
than wc were. The brother Knights
of Wailuku are to be congratulated
for the successful and complete ar
rangement of all details connected
with the inauguration of their lodge
in Wailuku but brethren,
"Let us harmonious see,
Our Older extended be,
All nations o'er."
mi: r.xccnTioNiSTs iwtuiin.
Returning by special train from
Spreckelsvillc to Kahului, we were
met by the Wailuku Knights in a
body, who had come to bid us good
bye. Of course the Wailuku ladies
came too, perhaps to sec our Hono
lulu ladies ( ?) off. After the play
ing of two or three pieces by the
band on the wharf, and handshaking
of fiicnds, w"e were off on the boats
amid cheering and waving of hand
kerchiefs. After boarding the
steamer, Capt. Davis immediately
gave ordeis to hoist anchor and
away we sped on our way back to
Honolulu. The Likelikc touched at
Lahaiua and Kaunakakai for passen
gers and tbe mails. Music anu songs
on board the steamer by the passen
gers reigned ihe most part of the
night, and there was little or no
sea sickness. Capt. Davis and other
officers of the steamer Likelike were
vciy attentive to the wants of the
excursionists both iu going to Wai
luku and on their return, Before
stepping ashore in Honolulu, a vote
of thanks was tendcied to the Cap
lain and officers of the steamer for
their kind attention. Capt. Davis
acknowledged the compliment in
suitable terms. The paity arrived
in Honolulu Sunday morning a little
The Pythian goat was safely re
turned under the nursing care of
Bros. Grossman and Hassinger.
Capt. Hubbaid of the S. N. Cas
tle went to Maui on Tuesday by Hie
Likehke, taking with him a South
Sea island boy who woiks on the
vessel. The boy had a sister on
Maui whom he was desirous of visit
ing. On arrival he found that his
sister had been dead some nine
months, and he consequently felt
vciy bad over it. He had taken
some new clothes along with him for
The art and fancy goods exhibi
tion at the stoie of the Pacific Haul
waie Company is alti acting the at
tention of a latge number of people.
The pictures aie said to be, by those
able to judge, the finest ever im
ported into this market. The ori
ginal of one of them "The swoid
dance," is valued at 823,000. There
are altogether about fifty pictures,
some of them very large ones, des
cribing summer, winter and marine
scenes, figures, flowers, etc. The
exhibition is open to eveiyone.
ALL ABOUt'TuTTLE BOY.
A native boy, eight years of age,
was taken to Molokai a week or two
ago, without the consent of his pa
rents. The latter had a warrant is
sued for his return and it being
served on the parties who had the
boy, ho was returned to Honolulu,
at riving last night in the Mokolli.
A charge of disobedience to parents
was entered against the boy in the
Police Court this morning, but at
the request of the parents, a nolle
pros was entered. They weie only
too glad to get the little fellow back.
A HARROW ESCAPE.
mi. r.MintsoN conkiionticd with a
FIV1J GIIAMIUill LOAD,!) PISTOL.
On Saturday a native named Laa.
of Wailuku. left a petition at the
ofilco of the Beard of Health pray
ing that he be allowod to visit his
wife, who is a leper! at tho settle
ment, Molokai. This morning he
again made his appeaiance at the
ofilco and asked
Dr. IS. U. Lmer
of the Boaid, to
grant the prayer of
'The doctor said that
he could not
give tho authority himself, it would
have to go before tho Board for ap
proval. Laa, iu a very command
ing tone, told the doctor to grant
the prayer instantly or he would
shoot him. As ho spoke he drew
from his pocket an English bull dog
piBtol with five chambers, all loaded.
Just at that moment Boat d of Health
officer Kingsloy happened iu the
ofilco and noticing tho pjstol in
Lua's hand made a dash for him,
and with the nsslstanco of Secjetary
Ashley after a brief struggle it was
taken away from him, and locked
up iu the safe. Laa was thrown to
the giouud his hands lied securely
behind him until tho policeAveiu
called, when ho was taken to tho
Station House. Ho stands charged
with carrying a deadly weapon,
IDAILY 'ktJLLftTIN- WiDEICLYSUMMAltt i HONOLULU.
. ... .
THREE DAYS' LATER HEWS.
The bnrk Lady Lnmpson, Capt.
Sodergrccn, airivcd in port last eve
ning fotli toon days from San Fran
Francisco with thrco days' later
new s. Follow ing is a summary :
Nikolaus do Luis, tho German
philologist, is dead.
William Reginald Courtcnay, Earl
of Devoid died in England, Novem
ber 18th. Ho was in his eighty
There was a severe shock of
cailhquakc iu San Franciscoon the
18tht at 2:28 o'clock p. in. Tho
villi ation lasted ten seconds, and its
course vaiicd from north to south,
to northwest and southeast.
Major Farnsworth, Inspcctor
Gcnoral, died at Fortress Monroe,
The police of Lille, Franco, have
arrested a gang of six men who sev
eral years ago stole in Brussels and
Mons bonds of the value of feiuu,
000. 19. Six men were seriously injur
ed. Two will die.
Edmund Condina, tho French
dramatic author, is dead.
The Beaver Falls Rolling Mills nt
Beater Falls, Pa., was burned Nov.
An active "revolution, was in pro
gress in Bolivia at latest accounts.
A special dispatch to tho London
Times from Tientsin says, the Chi
nese Government has learned that a
secret treaty has been concluded be
tween Russia and Corea, providing
for a Russian protectorate of Corea.
A duel between Andrieux and
Guyot, resulting from the charge
made by the latter in La Lanternc
that the Times trial was the out
come of colllisipn between Nuna
Gilley and Andrieux, was fought at
Paris, Nov. 20. Swords were used.
Andrieux received a slight wound
in the chest.
The London Standard regrets that
Lord Randolph Churchill differed
with Salisbuiy in regard to the
Sackville affair. It says: "A
knuckling-down polic' is not the
best nor the wisest policy in the face
of such notorious and repeated aims
of unfriendliness as we have recently
experienced at the hands of the
United States Government."
Marshal Bazainc's widow wiites
to the Paris Figaro denying that
she loft her husband thiough a dis
agreement. She states that she was
compelled to go to Mexico on family
matters, and that she regulaily sent
Marshal Bazainc sufficient remit
tances for all his needs. He did
not, says the widow, die in poverty,
notwithstanding that his mode of
life made him poor, despite his sup
plies of funds.
The report' comes from Rome that
the Pope is going to issue an ency
clical letter, in which he will urge
upon the great powers the necessity
of disaimament, in order to preserve
the peace of Europe and prevent
disastrous consequences to the in
dustries and welfaie of several coun
tries bj' the drain of elaboiate and
increasing war measures. There is
no direct confirmation of the report,
and it is generally discredited al
though such a letter would surprise
Plans for the proposed railway
across the isthmus connecting Nova
Scotia with New. Brunswick have
been approved by the Canadian
Minister of Railways. Contracts
have already been awarded two En
glish capitalists aggregating $5,500,.
000, exclusive of terminals at eitheP
end, which piomise to prove most
expensive. Vessels bound for Eu
lope from Boston and New York
will 6ave 500 miles by utilizing this
rajhay. They may sail up the Bay
of Fundy, after being hoisted by
hydraulic Jjfts, and be transported
to the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The
railway will be about forty miles
long. The contracts call for the
completion of the work by 1892.
Tuetday, Dec. 4.
). K. It. Williams, the new Gov
ernment physician for liana, Maui,
leaes for that placo this evening on
Mn, P. C. Jones organized a new
bookkeeping class at tho Y. M. C.
A. hall last night. Eighteen mem
bers were enrolled,
Mn. J. F. Morgan held five mort
gagee sales yesterday, which realized
."fOCO, Tho Keau premises were sold
to S. Kalaumana for 1,025,
Tiinitn was not a very large audi
onco at the baud concert last even
ing, piobably owing to tho cool
wcuthui. Tho music whb fino never
theless. At 2;!10 o'clock this morning,
Alice, aged five and a half months,
tho only daughter of Captain Nissen,
died of fever. The fuueial look place
'I'm: Chinaman employed in Emma
Square, left a hole uncovered, and at
tho band conceit last evening several
poisons fell into it. One gul hurt
hciself rather badly.
The work of widening King street
bridge, ne.tr flic Chinoso Theater,
which wits commenced some time
ago, but has remained, untouched for
several months past, was resumed
Miss Chillhcrg, Foit street, will
rcceio by noxt steamer a fino lot of
new millinery, embracing all tho
latest novelties, made to order in tho
Eastern Stutes, specially for IhoMioli
Mkshub. G. W. Macfailano & Co,
have just opened out a very superior
stock of Christmas goods, compris
ing toys, fancy goods, etc. They aro
now on exhibition nt their salesrooms,
upstairs. Bargains can ho obtained.
Wednpsduy, Dee, 5,
The road at tho corner of Gaidon
Lane and Hotel streot has beon-repaired.
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Another oil painting by Joseph
Nawahi, is on exhibition m A. M.
Howott's store window. It 1b a view
t-kon from Diamond Head and rhows
part of Knpiolani" Park, YvVikiki,
Punchbowl and tho Waianao irioun
Thursday, Dec. G.
A new crossing has been made on
Fort Btreet, at the corner of King
Tin: now building ndjolning tho
Polico Station, is rapidly approaching
Tub W. G. Irwin took a mail to
San Francisco this morning, consist
ing of two lettois and onu paper.
II. B. M. S. llYACtNTii bus taken
possession of tno Cook islands in tho
name of tho Biilish Government.
At tho regular meeting of Mechanic
Engino Co. No. 2, held last evening,
only routine business was tiansaeted.
Tun front of Honolulu Halo is lt
ceiving a coat of paint which makes
it present quite a lcspectnblo appear
ance. Tin: thanks of tho Bulletin nro,
due Capt. Sodorgreon of tho Lady
Lampson, tho pilots and A. M. llow
ctt for lato San Francisco impors.
The meeting of Engino Co. No. 1
announced for lust evening, has been
postponed for one week, owing to the
absence of Foreman Moie on Maui
Friday, Dec. 7.
The Honolulu Social Club's dance
last evening was a cry successful
The new Portuguese paper, "The
Aurora llawaiiaiio," will bo out to
rn on ow.
Merchant sheet, between the
Post Ofilco and' Foit sticet, is being
The police caught three opium
Binokcrs latjt evening, along, with a
lot of pipes, lamps,oio.
Mn. S. Ejuliqli, of alio Temple, of
Fashion, has, leiibed Uic sUiio miner
of Foit, and Hplol sticctb, and" will
AcOmMittee has been appointed
to arrange for an entertainment next
hiOnth under the auspices of St. An
dicw' Church Association.'
An Admiralty mcmoiial will be
pieseutud to the BoitinUcirhstiig ad
vising the expenditure of 117,000,000
marks in the next tun vcars in the
construction of largo men-of-war.
Mrs. Pray, a graduate of Dr. Gra
ham's Institute, Boston, is prepared
to give Massage and Roman baths at
her place, 150 Fort street, Chineso
Church yard, or at tho patient's
The following have been elected
officers of the Koloa Sugar Company
for the ensuing year :
W. E. Anton Cropp President
II. F. Glado Vice President
II. W. Schmidt Treasurer
C. M. Cooke Recording Secretary
E. Midler Auditor
At tho annual meeting of the
Chinese Y. M. C. A. hold on tho 4th
of December, 1888, at Y, M. C. A.
Hall, the following officers were
elected foi the ensuing year:
Goo Kim President
Ho Fon , Secretary
Chun Sing TiOnsurer
The regular monthly meeting of
the St. Andrew's Church Association
meeting was held last evening iu tho
old Cathedral building, with a fair
attendance of members. After
routine business had lie en trans
acted, the Rev. H. H. Gowen gave
a veiy interesting lecture on church
architecture, illustrated with a series
Satuiday, Dec. 8.
WnooriNO cough at Wailuku.
C. Awano lias been adjudged a
a bankrupt, and December 18th is
set for tho proving of claims.
A native went out fishing on No
omber30th, at South Point, K.iu,
Hawaii, in a cunoo and has not since
Several photogiapliB of the teach
ers and scholars of the Kawaiahao
Female Seminary were taken yestei
day by J- A. Gonsalves.
The linst number of tho now Por
tuguese paper "Aurora1 llawaiiana"
wasquihlished to-dayjinnd'jprcsculs a
very crpditablo appearance.
The sale of horses, colts and
wagons in front of J. F. Morgan's
auction rooms this morning, attract
ed a large attpndan.ee, and good
prices were realised,
Mr. James Welsh is quite ill in
Wailuku in the ddctor'sgarQand will
not be able to returii to Honolulu
this week. He fell down in n fit on
Thursday on tho main street at that
The steamship City of Rio do
Janeiro, will ho dug from San Fian
ciseo, on or about tho 15th' inst., and
leaves for Yokohama and Hongkong,
For freight or passage to latter ports
apply to H. Hackfeld & Co.
Mn.T. R. Walker, British Vice
Consul, and Capt. Acland, R. N., re
turned from a visit to tho Volcano,
laBt ovening. They ropoit having
had an exceedingly pleasant dip,
and found tho Volcano quite active.
His Honor Assouite Justico Bick
erton and family returned from Wai
mca, Hawaii, on tho steamor W. G.
Hal), which called for them at Ka
waihae. Tho term of Ciicuit Couit
held by His Honor at Waimea, was
an exceedingly heavy ono, tho calei
dar containing seventy criminal and
thrco chil caiej. (
Bv tho schoonor Hulcakala which
arrived fiom Popeekop this morning
it is learned that two natives at that
placo, ono a young boy, had a quar
rel over their supper, whon tho boy
was attacked by the other with a boo,
inflicting injuries from which ho
died. Tho murderer made his ct
capo, and up to Wednesday had not
Monday, Deo 10.
The cano at Kancoho ia looking
The Supremo Court will sit in
banco on tho 17th to hear such cases
as may bo ready.
A inuKu collapsed on Borotunia
street Sunday Jiftcrnoon. Tho occu-
pant,n bpy, was not hurt.
H. I,. DfflOfflMBlJffi ft. 1888,
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TmitTY cases were on tho Polico
Court calendar this morning.
Tun 'Owl" for tho month has ap
peared Villi a strong voico. Copies
can bo had at tho Hawaiian News
ExcEi.sioii Lodge No. 1 I. O. O. F.
is forty years old to-day, It is the
oldest lodge of Odd Follows this
side the Rocky Mountains.
Persons indebted to Mr, A. M.
Hewetl aie nsked to pay their bills
at his bookstore, as tho condition of
his health precludes his calling upon
Tiios. K. Nathaniel was charged
in tho Polico Court this morning
with assault and battery on his wife.
Thero aio other cIuurcs pendiiiK
against tho young man.
The salo of hoises, etc., belonging
to tho Squires estate by Mr. J.F Mor
gan on Saturday, realized $1,099.50.
The salu of cows nml horses which
followed brought $510. Total $1,
009.50. At St. Andrew's Cathedral ycBtcr
day morning the Rev. Geo. Wallace
preached ,a scimon having special
reference tp the ohservnpce "(if Sun
day. He prefaced his lOnlarks witli
a few woids about tho recent isit of
The Supremo Couit in banco this
morning gave a decision in the case
of II. A. Wideinann vs. Minister of
Interior, injunction, relating to tho
grading of thcJIIalekauila street. The
decision was iu favor of tho defend
ant. The Directors of the Knpiolani
Paik Association at a meeting held
Ibis morning, granted to the Ha
waiian Tiamways Company tho
privilege of laying car tracks on their
piopetty through the Park. Tho
site of the proposed track was select
ed by tho Directors' themselves.
Tm: bale of Ciown land leases by
Mr. L. J. Levey this noon was hugely
attended, and spiiitcd bidding look
phiLc. The sale realized $3,288. No.
2 land at North Kona was withdrawn
on account of dispute in ownership.
Six apanas on Oahu were also with
drawn because they could not be lo
cated; MARINE NEWS.
Stmr Kaala fiom Waialua and Waiaime
Bktne Ella fiom Humlioldt
Stmr C R Bishop from Kool.iu
Bk Lady Lampson fi pm Han Francisco
Stmr Viva fiom .Maui
Sehr Hcciaifroin Ivoolau
Schr Mokuola fi om,Koolau
Stmr W G Hall fiom Hawaii and Maui
Stmr Kaala fiom Waialua and aianae
Stmr J A Cummins fiom Koolau
Schr Haleakala fiom l'epeekeo
Stmr Mlkalialafiom Kauai
Stmr Waiulealc fiom Kllauea and Ha-
Stmr Mokolli from Molokai
Bk Atlanta ffom Ftiget Sound
Stmr Likeliko fiom Maui
Stmr Mikahala fiom Kauai
fctnii Jas Makeo from Kapaa
Schr Maiy fiom Kauai
Stmr I.eliua for Maui Hawaii at 4 p m
Stmr Kinau for Ililo and way poits at
2 p m
StmrMiknliala for K-uiai at 5 p m
Stmr Likelike for Kahului and liana at
5 p m
Stmr Kilauca Hon for Uamakua, Ha
waii at Spin '
Sclu Moiwahine for Uamakua
Schr Lavinlaifor Ewa
Schr Manuukawal for Koolau
Dec 0 1
Sclu Kauike.iouli for Kohalar
Stmr K.iula foi Waianao and Waialua at
9 a m
'Stmr U K Bishop for a Chcult of Oahu
Schr .Mokuola for Ewa
Stmr,ilpkolIl fpr Molokai at; G p m
amir ivaaia lor waianta anu waianae
at '.) a m
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau '
Schr Ka Moi for Hawaii
For Maui and Hawaii, per Kinau,
Dec 4 For Volcano: Henry Worming
ton,.T W. Webster, F Wilding, Captain
Cluncy, Fpr Ililo and way ports:
Chief Justce Judd, JIIs. Excellency
L A Thuiston, Paul Neumann, Clias N
Spencer, V V Asbford, W O Smith, A
Rosa, G P Wilder and wife, SE Bishop,
H M Whitney, W I'omcroy, W E Row
cll. Geo Camnton. W J Wriirbt and
pvlfe, J F Colbarn.F Bauker, WU Mc-
ivean, jiev raincr aames, Major oam
Pinker, W Biulowltz, and abPut 80
For Kauni, per stmr Mikahala, Dec 4
HlsExJona Austin, Dr Khnushuin,
DTiask, Miss Louisa Kaluna, O Lar
scn, O Smith, MisM Justin, and 50 deck.
For Maul per stmr Likelikc, Deo 4
J A Rodunet, J W Pratt, Miss J Haio,
Miss Dayton, J LucasJ M MeChesnoy,
Robt Mine, Miss McCh,esncy, CnptL I
Hubbaid, M A Goiifabes, .liunes Hunt,
Jiuges Welsh, A Lucas, Dr R B Wil
liams, Judge Dayton and wife, J AHas
slngor, W G Ashley, Z KMoyei s and
wife, Mis II Johnson. Miss Richie, Miss
Met Millies?, R M Fuller, A Guitcnbcrg,
O J MeCaithy, P'O'rulltvun, G Strate
meyor, M IN Kenuedy, O W Zlogler, P
A D1.1S, Jno KIdwell, Frank Gortz, F
lliirilson and wlfq,M!sses Nott (2), Miss
Waid, Ficd Lewis, J L Toibct, Mia
Hebbard, MhsL Toibeit, F Waldrou, C
T Wilder, WO Wilder, Jr, A W Rlch
iiidson. Prof H Bergcr, Henry Smith,
Thos Lloj d, Major S D Holt.J O White,
J Rlloy, membeis of tljp Royal Hawal
Juii Baud, Mini 10 deuk.
Fiom s-an Franolsoo per bark Lady
Lampson, Deo 5 F Ilolkng and wife,
L E Imloy, W D Alexander and B D
For Mm f raucisco per bgtno W G Ir
win, Dec 0 W Kendall.
Fiom Hawaii and Maul, per stmr W
G Hall, Dec 7 Fiom Volcano: Capt
Acland R N, Thos Rain Walker. Fi om
way poits: His Majesty, His Honor
Asst Justice It F Blekeitoii.Duii Foster,
H B Atkins, J F Oolburn, HEM Alex
ander, Fred II Hnysoldcn, J Mooihesid,
III Sherwood, O Meluecko, .1 KNa
halo, Mrs W OAchi, Mrs J Alupai, G
Jones, Mrs G W Q Jones and 1 children,
Misses Louisa aud Akana Jones, J Jf.
Spalding and wife, Mis A N Oilman,
MIssLlnch, J MLeo, G Ahoy, Miss Dai
vie, W S Aknna, Captain J Ross, Sam
Pinker, It Ktilhclnhl, Miss Mnry tTtll,
Waller M Poineioy, U.T Ordw'ny, Rev
S E lllahop, A Rosa, Paul NVumnnn, W
TScwaul, 1C Oolcman, Mrs Dickson,
V V 8hford, 2 lcpuis and 135 deck.
Fiom Khpan, per stnlr Jns Mukcc,
Dec 8-F Ridell, Mrs W II Rice, Mis
Phillips and 2 childich, and 17 deck.
Fiom Walnnao and W alahia, per stmr
Kanla, Dec 8 Hon H A. ulemuim, J
Peiry, Mis Livingstone and 80 deck.
Fiom Kauai, per stmr Mikahnla, Dec
9-CaptL A Ablborn, O lloieligrcvhik
and wife, A Lindsay, J A Cunningham,
O W Spit., E Kopkc, 11 Iscnberg, II
Hoffmann, O Uertelmanu, Jr. C Scholz,
Mtsis M Foibes, Miss Ana Weber and 40
Fiom Knhtihil and wnv ports, per
Mmr LtkeliKc, Dec 0 His Honor Chief
Justice A V Jitdd, Hon W O Smith,
Hon IIP Baldwin, OH Picky, ,1 II S
Kaleo, Mow Lei-, .1 It Itanium, Laii
Chong, E Guild, J W Pratt, Miss Jane
Dare, Misses Da) ton 2, J Lucas, Kobt
Moio,CnptLH Hi.blmul. M A Gon
sahe, .las Hunt, Jas Welsh, A Liu as,
Judgo Dayton tuul wife, J A Hasslngei,
MIsGioHSinan, W G Ashley. Mis J
Johnson, Z K Jccis and wife, Miss
Richie, Miss McCamllcss, A Gnituu
berg, 0.1 MeCaithy, Geo Stratcmcvci ,
M N Kennedy, U "Vy Zlcglcr. P A Dlas,
,T Kidwoll, V Gem, i' Hairtam and
wife, Misses Nott 2, Hon F Hustace
and wife, Mis Warvt, F Lew Is, J LT'or
beit, Mis Hebbard, Mis Toibeit, V
WiiMron. C T Wilder. W O Y iidor, Jr,
Piof H Bcrger, 11 Smith, Thos Lloyd,
J D Holt, J O White, G K Wilder, J 11
Hums, W II McLean. Mtushal J II
Super, A P PctmiiiijCCrelghton, Hope
Yiinc, E 1) Baldwin, Mnj Uen Ciinllffe,
II S Tiegloan, J ltubonstehi,D 11 D.vUs
K Katsuia, L II Choy, E Hibr, mem
bers of ihe Royal Hawaiian Band 04,
and 43 deck.
CargotsH from Island Ports.
Bcbr Motwahino 1008 bgs sugar.
Sehr Mokuola 280 bgs rice.
Deo 8 l
Stmr W G IInll-4,221 bgs sugar, 108
bgs awa, 338 bgs coffue, 7 hides, 73
pigs, 25 lid of cattle and 4 boisc.
Stmr iMokolil 000 bgs sugar, 25 bid's
molasses, llhd of cattle, t houses
and 300 goalsMis.
Stun Mlkahala 2U77 bg sugar
StmrLiUc,iko--1810 bgs sugar.
The barks Janus A King and Atlanta
were to leave I'oitTownsond with lum
ber for Honolulu about Nov. 10th.
Tho Ainciicanb.uk ( eylon anived on
Mondny, December 3id, 24 days fiPm
Fort Tow iisend, W.T , with about 500.
000 feet lumber aud 25,001) shingles for
Messir. Allen & Robin'suii. Rcpoim
haiug had heavy weather north of .- titi
Francisco, but light and ailnblo winds
ihe lest of the passage.
Dec 5 i
The baik Aldcn Bcssus is still at Ka
hului, Maui Shu. will leave that place
within a fortnight wilh Migai for San
The bgtnc W G Irwin, Captain Mc
Culloch, sailed for Han Fiancisco this
morning, taking 4,489 bgs of sugar, 2,
148 bgs of lice, and 110 lbs of molasses.
The bktne Planter, Capt Penhallow,
expects enough sugar by the steamers
Mikahala aud Cummins to completely
1111 her up. The Planter will get away
for the Coast on or about Tuesday next.
Tho stmr Mokolii will be due to-morrow,
tbe Likrlike, Lelma and Kilauea
Iloa on Sunday, and the Kinau on Tues
The buk Escort w ill lcavo i t 'veck
with Chinese pas'scngeis for Hongkong.
II. B. M.S. Corihpiant, Captain Ni
cholls, was at Kawaihae, IL.i.aii, en
The bktne Ella after unloading lum
ber here will leave for Kahului, Maui, to
load sugar for San Francisco. e
The bgtue Geo H Douglas m lived at
Kahului, Maul, last Monday, 21 dajs
fiom San Fiancisco, with general mei
chandisc for the Spreckelsvillc Planta
tion. Dec 10-
Thcsteameis. Kilauca Hon and Lchua
are due to-day, the Kinau to-moiiow.
The Am baik Atlanta, Captain A
Anderson, ai lived on Satuiday. ihe Silt
hist, 28 days fiom PoitU'owii-'uud, with
neaily 700,u0o feet lumber Jor Mtis
Lew cis ct Cooke ami w s docked at the
Foi t street w half. Kxpoiienced heavy
w uather almost the eutiie passage.
SCHMIDT III tbis'oity,- Dee. 5, to tho
Wife of JI. AY. Schmidt, a son.
GOODALE In Honolulu, Dec. fith,
Mis. E. P. Goodalo, aged 79 yeais,
late of Adrian, Mhii., U. a. A.
JW. GltEAVJCr, nf New CaMlr, N.
S. W wpjiiij llkuto exchange
Cancelled Postage Slumps with stimo
perfon or persons in Haw" t(i net, 05 3t
Under tho Patronage, of Her Majesty
Ahahui Hooulu & Hoola Laliui
Will open ilieir Grand Bo?ar, for tho
benellt of tho Society
On Sainriaj, Dec. 22, 1.
, AT TUU
HONOLULU RIFLES ARMORY,
At 31 unntmiun.
1 4 1
Cor, Beretanla & PunchbOY?) Streets.
l-Ladlos and gentlemen wishing to
assist in a charitable work aro kindly
requested to send their contributions to
tho rooms adjoining tho Chamberlain
Honolulu, Octpber 17, 1888. 68 8n
Grand Bazar !
WHY HE .DID HOT GO TO TIIE HOSPITAL.
HB COUM) IXAV THUOUOlI the air.
MY object in wilting is two-fold:
to express 1113' gratitude for a
Brent benefit, and to tell a short etory
which cannot fail to interest tho
feelings of many others. It is all
about myself, but I have rciuaiked
that when u man tells the honest
truth about himself he is all the
more likely to be of use to his fellow-creatures.
To begin, then, you
must know I had long been more or
less subject to attacks of bronchitis,
a complaint that you aro awaro is
very common and troublesome in
Great Britain in certain seasons of
the year. Some months ago I had
a very sevcrq turn of it, worse, I
think, than I ever had before. It
was probably brought on by my
catching cold, as wo are nil apt to
do when wc least expect it. Weeks
passed by, and my tiouble proved
to be ciy obstinate. It would not
yield to medicine, and as I also be
gan to have violent racking pains in
1113- limbs aud back, I became great
ly alaimed. I could neither eat nor
sleep. If I had been a feeble, sick
ly man, I should have thought less
strangely ofit; but as, on tho con
trary, 1 was hearty and robust, I
feared some new and terrible thing
had got hold of me, which might
make my strength of hq avail against
it. I say, that was the way I
Presently I could not even lie
down for the pain nil over my body.
I asked my doctor what he thought
of my condition, and lie frankly,
"I am sorry to have to tell j'ou that
you are getting worse " This so
frightened my friends, as well as
myself, that they said "Thomas
you must o to the llo'smtal ; it
may be your only chaiccfor life!"
Hut I didn't want to go to tho
hospital. Vho docs, when he
thinks he can possibly get along
without doing it? I am a labouring "
man, with a large family depending
on 'me for support, and I might nl
most as well be in my grave as to
be laid on my back in a hospital
unable to. lift a hand for months,
or God only knows how long. Right
at this, point 1 bad a thought flash
across my mind like a streak of sun
shine in a cloudy day. I had heard
and read a good deal about Mother
Scigcl's Cuiative Syrup, and Irre
solve'd. before consenting to be
taken to tbe hospital, I would try
that wellknown lcmedy. On this J
gave up the doctor's medicine and
began taking the Syrup. . Mark the
wonderful result! I had taken but
thiee doses within twenty-four hours
when I was seized with a fit of
coughing, and threw up the phlegm
and mucus off my chest by tho
mouthful. The Syrup has loosened
and broken it up. Continuing with
the Syrup, the racking pain, which
I believe came from the bitter and
poison humoiH in my blood and
joints, soon left me entirely, and I
felt like going to sleep, and I did
sleep sound aiu quiet. Then I felt
hungry, with a natural appetite, and
as I ate I soon got sjrong'and well.
I felt I could hap Uirourjh the
air tcUt-deliyit! ' ,
In a week,l was able,to go to my
work again. It, doesn't seem possi
ble, yet it is true, and tbeineigh
bours know it. Thcie are plenty
of witnesses to prqve it.' And,
theiefore, wheal s?iy I preach-tho
good news of the great power of
Seigel's Syrup to cure pain and di
sease far and wide, nobody will
wonder at me.
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