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!r benefit of all.
SATL'iaJAY, JAN. o, 18811.
REfilSfRATION OF BIHTHS.
A corr.poiident in Hit "Adver
tiser,' suggests the keeping of a re
cord of births, as well as of deaths.
While endorsing the suggestion, we
would make the ftiitlior suggestion
Hint si stringent law, making the re
gistration of births compulsory upon
patents, is the only way to bccure
this end. A measure of this uatuic
was advocated by the Hui.i.riix sev
eral yeais ago. In most civilised
countries the regulation of all
births, as well as tnnrriti-cs and
deaths, is considered important, and
laws compelling the same are strictly
enfoieod. A ceitain period after a
birth, is specified within which regis
tration i-t icipiiied to be effected.
Neglect to comply with the law is
punishable by severe penalties. The
record includes the names of
both p:ireiil, the sime of the
child, it-3 aex, and date and place of
birth. The iccoul is pruscved with
great cue as one ol the most pre
cious" ofi Government documents,
and is Hie utiihoiity Mom which
there U un appeal in actions at law
involving age, place of liiilh, etc.
The ali-ruce of -.itch a iccord in this
kingdom is a gr.ivu defect in our
governmental aiiaiigeii.euts, which
no time slionlil be lost in remedying.
An aifau occuned on the Kith of
October last, in the district of "A'ai
alua, on this island, which caused
some commotion here 111$ llouolt-ju,
as 'ell as at the place ot occur
rence. One man shot another with
a shot gun. The man shot was
badly hurt. lie was bt ought to Ho
nolulu and treated in the Queen's
Hospital. An arm was amputated,
but the man ultimately recovered,
and was discharged from the hos
pital. The person who did the
hhooling was chaiged at the Hono
lulu Police Court with assault with
ai weapon obviously and imminently
dansieious to life, and was then ad
mitted to bail. There the matter
seems to have ended. Neatly throe
months lime passed, and no action
has been taken, so far as we or the
public know. Why m? The people
are intcicsted in knowing. The
shooting may have been justifiable;
it may have been the means ot sav
ing the lite of tin shooter; it may
have been the only means for effoct
ing I'this pud. But the public do
not know whether such is the case
or not. A judicial investigation
would make the whole matter clear.
Why has no such investigation been
made? Another individual was
charged with conspiracy to defraud
the levenue a less set ions charge
than shooting not lung ago. He
gave bail in the amount of 81,000,
which was forfeited through non-ap- 1
peaiance, the accused being out of
the country at the time when icquir
ed to answer to the charge. On his
return he was again arrested on the
, Bame'charge, and is to take his trial
during the session of the Suptcme
Couit which will commence on Mou-
-day next. Contrast this case with
the one flist mentioned, and say
whether there is impaitinlity in the
administration of law.
BOARD OF HEALTH.
" Kdiiou IJl'M.U'iin: lam not a
constant faull-litidcr, neither did I
expect when we put in a reform
ministry that ever' thing should be
- done just as k should be, and lo
suit everyone; but still, we have
Home things befoie us which have
. .emanated fiom this tefoim Govern--ment
that rather stagger me, and
JTfhich 1, with many ot tliiscominun
j'Mty, would like to have the Govern
"iiiont or some of its friends to ex
plain. One of these is the Boaid of
Health and the way it is adniinis-
teied, mid if 1 speak too Imisliljr
...you will believe me it is through no
ill feeling lowiuds any member of
fcjtlio stiid hoard, hut to ventilate a
subject llmt sill in this country aie
Under the old stale ot things we
filial as the Picsident of tic IJonid
i,. of Health, Air. Gibson, one of the
j jiiinistry, who look a gieat iuteiest
in tho work and who served without
a gnhiiy, and I believe did his duly
in Hiis department well, and was
'JD'filwAys ready to take the advico ol
Br .our best medical men.
After tho revolution Dr. Trou-
.fleau wau appointed, and a bettor
' 'mail, in my filiation, it would be
Jiaid to flml, lie, J,oo, served without
a salaiy. But unfoHiiiately he did
.not belong lo tho League, and a
meeting of the latter wus called in
lhc Chamber of Commerce to pro-
test against his and another appoint
ment, for the reason that the lead
ers of tho league had promised
Hint should the Gibson Govcrninci.t
be overturned that all plates in the
gift of the now administiattou '-Imnld
lie given to league and Ilnimlitlit
Killc turn. The mailer was smooth
ed over for that time by the excuse '
that Dr. Trousseau wau a good man, i
which no one denied, and that he
was doing the wotk without a 'alary.
Hut the ruction luoke out again
when a aecretar was appointed to
the board, a giullemnii who was in
every way well qualified to fill the
place, but who did not belong to
that sntue league before mentioned.
Through Mr. Uoche being forced
out of the secretaryship and other
mailers 1 believe, Dr. Trousseau
sent in his resignation at once, but
was prevailed on to hold on until
after the election if I roiueinbcr
Thus was lost to the country the
public sci vices of one of our lead
ing medical men, who had gener
ously consented to spend a part of
his valuable lime each day in serv
ing the public as head of the
Hoard of Health, and that,
too, without pay, and a new secre
tary was appointed to suit "the
Dr. Kinerson was next appointed
Piesidentof the board at a salary of
So, 000 per annum. Somewhere
about the same time Dr. Podgers
was made physician for Hie jail and
Dr. Tucker for the Asylum. Now,
agninst the character or ability of
these gentlemen I do not wish to
say thing, nor would I ever men
tion their names, but that they are
in lite public service and pay, and
a such are open to criticism. The
good 1'ook tells us that a ticc is
known by its fruits, and I think
that the ability and worth of a
medical man, when ho has been in
a place long enough to become
known, as shown by the medical
practice he works up and retains.
If lie has the confidence and lespect
of the public, they will engage him
and vice versa ; and I think, Mr.
Editor, when you look ocr the ap
pointments in ami by the Hoard of
Health you will admit that the gen
eral public would rather see some of
these gentlemen appointed to go out
on King street and assist the Iload
Supervisor in some of his citlent
endeavors to make water inn up
hill, than placed in positions wheie
they may do so much harm to the
Look lor a moment at the conse
quences of letting whooping cough
into our community. I am told
tlieie have been some seventy-live
deaths, from this cause in ten weeks,
and that it has cost the community
510,000 toi doctors' bills. Why
can't home one find whose fault it
was that the contagion was let in.
Then again, I am informed ou
good authority that a sailor was
taken fiom a whalcahip, who had
small pox. He was taken to the
small pox hospital, a Government
physician sent by the Picsidcut of
the Hoard of Health to make an
examination, lo sec if it really was
small pox. He leported that it
was, but still that man was allowed
lo die without medical attendance.
It is an open secret that the Hoard,
to be able to pay some of the large
sal :iiies in Honolulu, have had to
economise by cutting down the pit
tance given to sonic of the medical
men employed by tho Board in the
country districts, and in some in
stances making one man cover the
ground formerly done by two, and I
could give an instance when a life
was lost thiough this by the non
arrival of the doctor in time.
In conclusion, 1 would ask you,
if we adopted Air. Lyons' sugges
tion of making Government posi
tions elective, do you think the
present Government physicians in
Honolulu or the I'te-ideiit of the
Board ot Health would stand a ghost
of a chance of being elected?
The January teim of the Supreme
Court opens ou Alonday at 10 o'clock,
Mr. Justice Bickeiton pioaiding.
Hawaiian .Tutors will he required to
hu in attendance. The following
ciues arc additional to the calendar
published in Friday's issue:
HAWAIIAN JUKY CKIMINAI. CASI.S.
The King vs. KopnitoniidAInhima,
The King vs. Clias. Bolnhola,
KOtli:i(iX Jl'ltV UIIIMINAI. CASUS.
The King vs. Lai Chan, gam
ing, f.vuai:- ritou oiiii:i: citterns m-
WAII V .ll'IIV.
Kalauola s. Kekukahiko, eject
ment. Kane for plaintiff; Thomp
son and Kuuliiknu lor defendant.
Kaloa alias Kamehaikii v.s. Nu
llum, ejectment. Achi lor plaintiff;
Hitchcock it Hitchcock for defend
ant. MIXl.I) Jl'ltV.
Priuceville Plantation Co. vs. Jla
ullohi, ejectment, Hartwcll for
plaintiff; liosa for defendant.
Coinwcll vs. I'einandcz, trespass.
Neumann for plaintiff.
Aio vs, Lindicy, assumpsit.
Brown for plaintiff,
Yeu Vo Chan vs. Ah Dak, as
sumpsit. Neumann for plaintiff.
Vee Wo Chan vs. Ah Dak et til.,
assumpsit. Neumann for plaintiff.
THE ONLY PAPER nml ly nil
clubbtb "Tliu Daily llullcilii."
cents per mouth.
DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUABY 5, 1889.
A WONDERFUL PUMP.
The most wondci fill pump in the
world ii tho heart. Tito bent I of an
old man who lies to tho age of
seventy has given 2, o7fi, 100,000
beats in the counc of his life, with
out doubling him lo do any of its
wotk, quite independently of his
will, and ior the most patt without
his consciousness. This automatic,
unwearying, pumping engine, is one
of the most inscrutable mysteries of
creation. The average wotk per
formed bv lhc icait of a healthy
adult man is equal to n font of rais
inji o tons -t ewt. one foot per hour,
or lLTi tons in :M hours. Presuming
that the blood is thrown out of the
heart at each pulsation at lite rate
of (il stiokes per minute, and at the
assumed force of !) feet, the mile
age of blood through the body may
be taken at 207 yaids per minute,
7 miles per hour, 1C8 miles per day,
Gl,:Si0 miles per year, .r),lf.0.880
miles in a lifetime of eighty-four
years. (London paper.
THE RAMIE COMPETITION.
The competitive exhibition of
machines for uecoiticatimj rainio
took place iu Paris in the latter pait
of September, having been post
poned from the date originally fixed
in August. It was disappointing
to those who lake special interest
in the development of this impoit
nnt textile plant. Out of fifteen in
scribed contestants only three ap
peared upon the field, and but. five
machines were put in operation.
The tests were insignificant, being
confined to the decortication of a
few hundred pounds merely of
gncn or dry stalks, Ihu point of
competition being chiefly iapidity.
The machines were all of'onc sys
tem, the crushing sort, composed of
grooved cylinders whose rotation
eliminated the woody portion of the
plant, leaving the bark for future
treatment. This is the system
which Mr. Koezl, the horticulturist,
who first experimented witli the
ramie in 1801 in Mexico, made use
of, and the apparatus in Hie Paris
Exhibition is declared to be no great
improvement upon his. As some
consolation, it is claimed that an
English manufactory has succeeded
in adapting flax machineiy to the
decortication of the ramie. There
is iiKo hope that a process lecently
shown in Paris, bu! not brought out
at the exhibition, in iy piove effica
cious. This piouss is chemical,
making use of a "fatty substance"
to remove the imwigihle gum from
the ramie. It has an air of common
sense about it, Migtiostive of the
ancient mariner, who uses grease to
reinoe the tar from his fingeis. It
seems a pity, considering the vast
agricultuial field that would tie
opened by the ue of this new tex
tile, that .-omo ingenious inventor
cannot be found to seize the fortune
that would certainly await a prac
tical discoery. Redlands Cilo
graph. THE VALUE (.'F VfFUANUES IH THE
ECONOMY OF NATURE.
The solid matter thrown out by
volcanoes is the most important
contribution lo Hie materials which
the sea has at lis disposal for the
nourishment of its life and for the
formation ot btrata. Tho
importance of this contiibution to
inaiine sediments hat, been over
looked by geologists, but il is easy
to see that it may amount in mass
lo something like as much as the
earthy matter which is biought to
the sea by livers. The olcanoes
of the Java distiict alone have with
in a century tin own out a mass ot
this fragmentary rod; amounting
probably to not less than 100 cubic
miles, and perhaps to twice this
quantity. Now. the river Alissis
Mppi entries out in tho form of
dissolved matter, ol mud, and of
-and, about one cubic mile in 20
years, or five cubic miles in n cen
tury; thus, these volcanoes of the
Java distiict have brought up from
the depths of the earth and conlti
buted to the sea many times as nitich
dotritus'as has been conveyed to the
ocean by the gieatest river of North
America, It seems, therefore, not
unlikely that the solid materials
cou'iibulcd by volcanoes to the sea
iloor may, on the average, anion ut
to as much as that taken by lhc
rivers from the land, Among these
solid substances which are ejected
by volumes, we find some of the most
indispensable elements of organic
life, including pho-pliorus, soda,
potash, and olhet muiuials. Wete
it not for Hie constant leltirn of
these Hirer and precious nntcrinls
to the sitpeillcijl pint of tho caith
by volcanic nctiun, it is likely that the
earth's surface would want many of
the substances most necessary for
oigauic life. We thus see that vol
canoes play a very iinpottant patt
in the physical history of our planet.
The action is, in it huge degiee,
icstointive. They help to maintain
the earth's surface in a condition in
which it may nurture life. We
note, also, thai this internal heat of
the eaith, acting through volcanoes,
serves to coiinteiact certain injuri
ous effects arising from the opera
tion of solar forces. The heat of
the sun operating in the livers and
tho waves wears away lhc materials
of the land, and buries them in the
sttata of the sea-floor along with a
part ot tho water of the seas, The
internal heat expels the most vola
tile iipd tho most life-giving portion
of these substances, affoidlng them
a chiincu to take their places once
again in the activities of the surface,
N. K. Shaler.
IF YOU WANT A SITUATION
JL utlvcrtisu iu tho Daily Uulluiih,
...A,. jA'Jjf,; .J4,ir,flir'WA.iirtifaMiir
Auction Salo by James F. Morgan.
On Monday, Jan. 7th,
A'i' i j o'ri.cirit sons.
On the pH'mUc, cottier ol MeirliAiil
and 'liuiiiii "t'l e , 1 w ill cll
t I'nt hi- Aui-tluii, iIih
2-story VoiiM MAiig !
Occupied liy the Honolulu
lullilinc to to lcinovcd mlorto
,1 initial. y loth.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
88 21 Auctioneer.
TY nnler of II.
H. M'iftiirlntic, Esq.,
U l'ublic Am lion, at
JD 1 will tell
my Silest com, Qifcn street,
Jan. i 6th,
AT lit O'CLOCK XIIOX,
Tlio Lease of that
Pira or Pares! of Laul i
Occupied 1 II. IL Mm l.u p i , us a
pord in of the pirmi-u eiitnpi I'iiu: hi
residence .U WnlKil i. Iiel muter .1 1- ns.
finm ()l;im und hi, lu-ii' ilat I lu. In.
1873, neuulid in Litter oG mi it,'t'll
ami 11.1. rhi' 1 'i c his i i . i in nl .1
ycai.s i,i inn fn in .Inly It', ', wlili :
puvi'i'tju ol n-iiu .il mi .i l in lie- trim
of 10 joiif.; mi nml luiiinl 300 aim
taxi's; "Bent piiil In J.i'iim' ib, IS'll.
t pnidi i ei.
SSy-Di'tihal (A.;.! n
BY n Jl.ilf-w liile Buy willltis! lo (lo
uuyliiini Apph at this I'llhe.
rrIII" tet'iilai uicetitii "f ill" Honolulu
X Yacht & I5o it ( lull v. ill lie I.ehl at
IhMr boat liou-o at 7: 0 o'e'o k l' Jt on
TUESDAY, the Mil Hist 'I lie cl-ciion
of ollicciR for ensiiint; 'ear will take
pliiee nml other lni ines of iiupoitniicc
a'iII lie In ought brfotr tlic inciting. A
full illcudnnce is r qne nl.
K. J. .Sl'ALDlXG,
13') 'Jt tiecictary.
MEETING of Hi. ini-mlioisofthe
ilan.diin ."C'U-y ll'h -.v ill be
held on MONDAY', .1 inn .1 , 7lh, .il S
o'clock i'. M , n' I' r Hu "a i. in II'M'I, for
the I'Uip su of turn i tin.' t hi ;i. i' tnt
biHiiiu-,. C. O. HKllGKIl.
tas t Secicliiry.
AQUAItTEULY m elito." of C.
liiuwei it I'ii will I i" bed alike
ulllee ol tin1 eonipiny, on 'Ji.en ttie.t,
on the !lh in-tin', 1 HI ' ""' m
.!. (). (-Al'.TEli,
VMi liv .-i ( le. 11
Abl'fOiAL mietiiig of ihu slnok.
I.olduisol tin' Wai ihinii Agriciil.
Iltr.il it (!in.li'ir Uo (l.illiili ilj, will lie
held on WLDNLSDAY, the th duv of
Jiuiuiiiy, at ihe lllcu ol C. I'. In nkc ii.
Honolulu, nl IU 0 elocu . m
C. T. IAUKEA,
JW. McGUIHK hireby notifies the
xii hlic that he will, iu eonjuiic.
tiou wlili. I, Mi.Queeii, cany 011 ihe ling
gngo Eprc8saiul Diajing Iltihincbs now
eoniiucttd by .1. Uiei'n & Co., coininene.
ing ou .Itiuuary 1 IS-'.I. All kinds ol
baggage ixpruhS and drajing woik
piomptly iittended to. i:!2 tl
NOT 1 CE,
rpO the (-'ii'ilitoiH of the Estate of
X Lee Hoop &, Co,, bankrupt?, lake
Tliat the iiiiderslgucd, Axuignee of the
E-tnte of I.to Hoop ii Co., Iianltiuplf,
bai ptci ar.itory to his linal lU'i'ouui
and dixiiletil, Milniiltud bib iiLeouul
as Mich Aligned aid ll'e 1 the Fame
before Hon L .McCidly, .iusileo of the
Supiein Coin l, ut lilt) Chnmberis to
whom hn ill ut 10 o'clock a m on
SATUHDAY, Ihe 12;h day of .Inniuiry,
18b!l, a ply lor a i-etlleinunt ot mid ne.
count and loi a li-chtirjc fi -in all liu
bililj itd Hiii'lt Assignee, and for an order
lo iniikn a llnul divlden I.
And llmt any icison ititercMul may
then nud tin fu u"ic:ir and (on'eht the
nunc. V. O. I'AHL'E,
Ahiiijtiuo E-lute of Lee I loop ii Co.
To Stand tliis Season, Jau, i, '89
ill SluUiilvin StoiK I'lii'iu,
The Imported Morgan Slallion
'Glory' J! ' Glory '
Nt!5 I'ov Cacli ninre.
Mnr.shied to "GL0HY" can icniiin
on tho lni in at n piibtuingu lit if- per
imiMiiii. Evciy ci rd t.l.cn but nines.
poijhi liility inclined.
HrMttU'A not pioving jn fonl may lu
teiuined tiexi eenfon lieu of ( harge, if I
still oun the Horhe. Jt. HXY.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Lcvoy.
Assignee Sale of
lilcpl HoieIhI taitaro
I :iin instructed hy the An-iguccs of tho J
l'.siao. m v.. .-. Jyiiei-, to -eii
nl I'nlillr A net bin at
my On e u,m ,
On FRIDAY, January H, 1889,
AT JO O'C.MU'K A. .,
The whole or W.S Luce'
Household Furniture & Effects
t'omprMnj; in put n9 follows;
1 Maplcwood Upright Pianoforte
Hy liutlnll & Guile, London;
:t I). W. Miirblctop llfdronm S-ls,
1 Asli Mtithle.top Ucd'oom Set,
liainuloJt. W. Bedsteads
1 Child's H. W. Folding Crib,
llair, Spring S Woven Wire Ilattiusses
II. W. Exlen-lon 1I
1 Blunt B.W.
Loilliee &, Bed l.oiinjiu,
U'tiiri Bunk 0,ie,
orl eil Cli dr A Clip", Ttilih's
Inlaid Centre Tablo
Willow lVii'nr Fiirnituie,
I, urge vV Small Hugs, Mats,
Ettimiis, Oil Piliis,
Sy 'lavender A Stu'im;
Fiiithei IMUuWs, Mosquito Nets,
It'iii Lets, Limps ltione-,
(Ihiss, Ci.)il;ei & rinlcil Ware,
Meat Sife ik Hel'riijci.ilor,
Kitchen Stovo and Utensils,
Ho, Lie.. Etc, Kte.
CSTTh Kiiiniii.ie will be ready for
in i ictton i o Tiiinsihiy. .laiitiaiy 10 li.
The Auc.iotiei-r desiii's lo iuforui the
ladiii and m Mh men ot Iloi.olutu llint
the above ib all lli-t.eiiiss E.nniluie, anil
to those who me refurnishing tins will
be a good oppoitutnty as everything
will lie so'tl without icsi-ive.
NEAT. rnpili.V '.1.1 as nurse in
sin ill f.imilv, Aoiilv tn
l' S. DODGE,
135 lv. 1 0 llereluiilii street.
POKY FOIt HALE.
"4 Cl'ITA LE for a
l-T k 'hihL New to-
jtgmu im -ii,iu I'liild s enildlo
-- witlihtidle. All coat.
plete. Applv at Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
'Ui- ' J. V II "CtO'll 11111,1111.
jy-y in'ited iron. New Ji-i.
-cfii'il II ill, i 111 -
!.JiUEJ' tll.UUIlJll .1 U.IlUIU.
C iu tie seen in the 1 ai'doi-k opposite
I'uu.il ou. Inquiti' ot
C. II. .1UW).
lltltn At A ,1 Cat tw right's.
2 LA.IIGE Furnished llooni'-,
Miit.ilile foi men and
Aife, in single men. Apply
to No. Ill Al.ikca street. 117 lin
pl&"i'A S. S1X-HOO.M Cottaj-o ou
fiftiviSH "- !''""--il a1"'. 'lli'o
tXirAiUi j mmi tqii'iiu. AppU t)
J. M. VIVAS,
11!) tf 42 Meiclnint street.
MISS 1. Thiele -ill re-open her
school at the loom-, f itneriy oc
cupied 13' Mrs. ('. U. llebliaiil. on lie.
icliiiiia .stiert, .Mis. Ilelb.ud having le
hlgued ber sthool to ML. I'. Tblele.
NOTICE is heieby given Unit Ah
Yong of Kallld Valley, Oahn, has
bold to Liu Ah Liu, for fcllliO, his ttn
diided ouc-llfth hit' rest iu a lease of a
ecilain piece of propeily in ICalibl Val
ley, daiing from February 22, 18t8,
fiom Laura L'elcnnhe et id.; tojctlier
ultlihis undivided one-llflh iuteiest hi
liiitliliiiirs thereon, furniture therein.
four horses, all agt iciiltural luiplcmuust,
LIN All LIN.
Dated, .lull. -1, lb8!.
1J IIEKEAS, V S. Luce, of Hono.
Y f lulu, uas tbis day made aunsHign
ineni of all Hi b
to the utuFer.
til'iiiil, lor lliu heuelll o
his ercd lorw,
ieo is hereby given to nil pinlcs
Itm salit W. h, I.uco to muKu lliinio
iliute pnjineul, and utiy p.Ttons having
clalins agninst V. S. Lueu mo renutstcd
lo present them at once at lhc olllcu of
w. M. i.uce, .Mcrclinnl blicel, iiouoiuiu
J. F. 1IAOKFELD,
Honolulu, Dec. n, 1B8S. VM lm
ill A VI' this day disnoseil of my in.
lim inlcrcbt in the dray and express
husiness known ns the Ainciican Kxjiifs
Co. to Alc8-ia. .1, W. JIi.Utiiiu a ml J
McQueen, 'I hanking my fiiends uud
the public generally lor just fuvois, I
wi'itld most re-pictfully ask for a con.
linuincc of the btime for my successors
All outstanding accounts to J.inuiiiy 1,
ISitI, will bo settled bv me.
II. F. HEIJ1JA1U).
Lonolulu, Jiuiuiiiy , IBti'J.
BEING now picjiarcd to conduct an
extensive draylng ami c.prf68
business, iu e.unestly bulb it pationage.
Muttuil Telephone. fi03; Hell Telephone,
180. - J. w. MuGUIHE,
ia7iw j. wcQUj:ia.
-iHeflfeii ? ..ifeiiiiAirrWiwfflii awuJfewJJtfteafc-
Viail Our Slovo sum! CU-l Your Holiday Present
Our Grand Silver Girt Sale
On -MONDAY, December 17th, 1888.
Dining this S;ile ovciy customer purchasing the amount, of $2.50 worth
will leeeived it handsome
R rf-V IS-"
II H A l"Ms, ui
roini' and c.Xiiinine our New (icods, nnd you will find them inueh newer
and lower in piico then els-owheie. H is our unaltcrahlo detcimiuntioii to
have no recourse to misleading or Misrepresentation. Our lulvLiti-tuiuent
ti uly iu'iicmiiUs tlio Goods wo offer for pale.
Ovor 120 doz. of Ladies' Fino White TTntrimmod Straw Hats.
fi)S?"Look nt our Hotel stiict window and bee tho fine display of Rilver
wuu' t-uitnhlc for the IIolidn,.
Tht near approach of the Holidays nud oveistoek of Goods make it im
porutho that we make the most mdical nnd sweeping changes in our piiccs,
and we feel fully justified in publicly ii'sciting that in the coming week our
pations can bccmo nil vantages in
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY & GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Which have never been ei-nalid.
Hosiery ! Hcsiery I tHosiety ! hosiery !
)3This is the Heaviest Cut in Prices ever attempted.
g?"Vo will make reduetions iu all our dcpaitments.
H.S t'oril lim X, Uli'i'i; -inni, '5lm 1;
mid lull, :-aiiil a nl .iil, l' miIl-
any ipu n'i'.. Ap.iU
UiAdd IC.i.i'iiini .mi
(M.i- 'ti 11 t )
a '.u.nvnTU gtt'
In 4- doz. Cases of 1 Ib. Tins.
Freh Supplier liy
J. E. Brown & Co.,
Let any ) ei-.nn eive
Dr. Loaei's I'lii'in Cordial
Atiinl, and the ino-t violent cold
will, in n short time lie
' i? i
Iailcliiitr, Iiiviji'oi'iii liifcT
I'OK SAM! OX1.Y KV
IMS 28 Meiclmnt Slice'. Jm
The Best Company
OF NMW YORIC.
I Rlcbard A. McCurdy, President.
Tho Largest Company in the World
The Oldest Company in tho U. S.
It Gives tho Most Liberal Policios
Pays tho Largest Dividends.
Claims paid to policy holders In the
Hawaiian Islands, during the
past ten ycurf,
Ovei : i$100,000 OO.
CSS" For rotes, npply to
H. II. KOMI),
General Agent, Honolulu, Hawaiian
J Bit-rids, opt.pg8-ly
--sAii'iajwi v-iuivtvisM'-u y 'ir'rp- --
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Cute; all Acute & Chronic Diseases
by N.ituu''- o'Mi pioei-s, witlioul medi-eiiu-
i' s v.- (.'mi! for Astlimn nnd
I'liMi.n-m hi. Suro Cure for Whooping
o iu'i 1 1 inn :t to . tlus.
01'isc Hours: t to 3 p.m., 9Q Hotel Street,
1 ."1 1 Honolulu lm
1-iincipil lit. Itev. Alfred Willis,
1). D , l-'is.hop ot Honolulu.
Miibtei John Ittish, list-., London
Univetsity, 51. O. I. Cerlitlcated to
leiu'li Dr.iwinir bv Scienee nud Art Do.
piitnu-nl, South ICenbingion.
At.Mutant Mis Annie L I'rescott,
Cittilli-.i'ed liy Hoard of Supervisois ol
the Ptitili.' .Seiioolb of the CItv of Uoslon.
The School will reopun after the
C'iti'l.iia Viicui'iii on .1 inttary 7th.
'! he Se'mol enpiys a liealthy situation,
p ii've- a C -.I't'iiu Seliiiolioom, anil a
In' -i wi '1 i n'i'aled Doiinilory. Every
triciiii.iu - p'lid lo lhc health and com.
loiiot the stholars Many old pupils
are now in excellent positions.
Fees $1fi0 per annum.
Boys under 10 ?12S per annum.
Days Seholnis....fi() cents per week.
Toys over 11 $1 per week.
A') pnj menu must he iu advance.
CSf For admission apply to
it iii 3iiiv g-x-oist
Tho Fastest Maohino in tho World
Lug'al & Commercial Work
Result of Special Contests for 1888:
Cincinnati, .Inly 20th. ltcmitigtoii 07
woids per minute.
NuwYouk, August 1st llemiugton
won Lt, 2nd, llrd nnd 4th Prizes.
'J ouo.vro, Augiibt lath Honiington
won (eliiimploubliip of ihu world) Go'd
mid Silver Meilnlh foi hlghcM speed evir
tecoided 0!) wouli per minute, exclud.
the record, wilting on tho Hem inn ton
108 ,'!.5 Mm N per minute, cicludlng
eiioi.sj wilting blindfold 107 words per
mi u tile.
iraTTo lm had wllh or without Cahl.
W. M. GIFFARD,
Agint for Ihe Hawaiian Islands.
N. I!. LflliT.t ntldrchsid to the Agent
o. o YV". G. Irw iu ii Co. will have prompt
attention. dec 20-88
THE0. P. SEVERIN,
Has taken tho Studio formcily occupied
hy A. A. Alontaiio, corner of King
uud Foit Hlieets, and is prc-
puietl to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
I-i-liitlni; Done lor Auiuteui-H, '
Cabinets 6 a Doz. Work Guarantee,!).
BSr Kntrsitieo on Fort' Htieel. W'
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