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SATURDAY, OCT. f, 1889.
Stint' J A Cummins fiom ICoolnu
Stmr Lihtiu from Hawaii
Stmr nluintmlii from Wulnnao
Stmr Mnkolll from Molokai
Solir Rainbow fiuin Kouluu
yi'lir Mary ftoni Kiiuul
Sohr Kuniiicooiill from Unnnlel
tiehr llulenknln from Pepeokeo
Bohr Sarah mid Eliza from Koolati
Schr I.uku for Kotinla
Am bark S N ustlo, llnbbord, for San
StmrKilaiiea llou for Htunakim ntt pin
S Yamashiro ,Miu u forVokoliumii and
llon.kong ut noun.
IIuw bark J a King, Merry, for I'uget
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORflQW.
Am bark Cowlitz, Gammas, for Port
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Mokolll for Moloknl at p m
Stmr Wninianalo for Wuinnuo uud Wal-
nhia at U a m
Stmr J A Cummins for Kilobit! ut P n in
Wclir Mary for Jlanalei
rrom Molokai, per stmr .Mokolil, Oct
0 Mrs Kakulna and IS deck.
Kor San ITrnnctsco, lier bktnc S N
Cnstle, Oct 5 V h Taylor, Miss H
Allen, Mrs Underwood and 2 children,
and Mrs Agnew.
For Yokohama, per S S Ynmnshiro
jMaru, Oct 5 Mr and Mrs Taro Amlo, 2
secretaries and 2 servants, G O Niica
yiima, Cnpt G O Lues, Dr Kimishiina,
l)rYainahlto, 8 Chinese and 81 Japa
, uese steerage passengers.
Tho steamer Wahnanalo brought 10
head cattle noni Waialua.
The bark Ophlr came alongside tho
Fort street w liarf this moruing to un
load her 120U tons coal.
The steamers Ltkcllkc, Miknhaln, and
Wnialeale will arrive to-morrow mora
ine;. The steamer Lehua hrouglit 30 head
cattle from Lanal last uiglit. She will
ail on Tuesday.
The barkentine W II Dimond will
sail next Thursday for San Francisco
with several hundred tous of rice.
The steamer Mokolil brought 26 sheep
and 10 pigs from Molokai this morn
ing. The nawalian hark Jas A King! Capt
II 11 Berry, sails this afternoon forl'oit
Towusend, and the hark Cowlitz, Capt
Gammas, will lcae to-morrow for tho
The schooners Kautkenouli and Mary
arrived this morning from Unnnlel with
with 1,00J and 1,300 bags paddy respec
tively. The barkentine S N Castle sailed this
morning for San franclsco with l.r.lii2
Ji;igs sugar weighing 897 tons and valued
at tflOS.GGO.fiG. Theshippeis wee: P
A hchaefcr & Co, 1078 bags sugar; C
Brewer & Co, -MS hags sugar; Castle &
Cooke, 8.895 hags sugar, Theo II D.mes
& Co, 4,747.
DEPARTURE OF MR.&MRS. ANDO.
Yesterday afternoon Mr. and Mrs.
Taro Antlo called at lolani Palace to
say good bye to Her Majesty tho
Queen. Ueforo leaving the Queen
presented Mrs. Ando with one of
Soon after ten o'clock this morn
ing Mr. and Mrs. Ando arrived at
the Oceanic Company's wharf to em
bark on the steamship Yamashiro
Maru on their voyage to Japan. The
Royal Hawaiian baud was stationed
on the wharf and played several
selections. The diplomatic repre
sentatives of England, France and
Portugal, members of the Consular
corps, II.. M.'s Vice-Chamberlain
and a largo number of ladies and
gentlemen were present to say good
bye to Mr. and Mrs. Ando, who
were the recipients of many floral
offerings. At twenty minutes past
ten o'clock they boarded the steam
launch from H. I. J. M. S. lli-.ye
and were conveyed on board the
Yamashiro Maru, the band playing
"Auld Lang Sync" and the Japa
nese national anthem.
KING KALAKAUA AS HE IS.
The King entered from an adjoin
ing apartment. Ho wore a suit of
white linen and low-cut white can
vao shoe3. Ho woro no decoration
or jewelry of any kind save one soli--tairc
diamond ring. After wo had
been introduced he invited us to bo
seated. We then had a very pleas
nut general conversation for three
quarters of an hour. Then, shaking
hands, wo bid him good-hyo. Be
fore loavlng ho mentioned several
persons in St. Louis ho wished to bo
remembered to, and one lady lm
wiblied to bo especially remembered'
to. lie is about llfty-three years
" old, of good address and has receiv
ed n good collegiate education. He
speaks English fluently. Tho stories
that aro told about him not being
able to go to the Paris Exposition
for lack of money, etc., are not
true. There aro half i dozen
wealthy men on the islands
who would loan him a'l tho
money he might want at any time.
His present salary is 820,000 per
unnuni, with $8,000 added for
household expenses and perquisites.
Tho crown lands yield him an annu
al revenue- of from SM.ODO to $10,
000. Several years aga ho got in
debt, and the latter amount is now
used to pay off this debt. Ho volun
tarily appointed three Commission
ers to take charge et the crown
lands and from the revenue pay his
delits. This is so much to his cre
dit, as by law ho cannot bo sued ill
any Court in tho kingdom. LSt.
ry"-' ;7iT-ivTa,wjnj l
'briwioll I mlvortlsptf M
A i.Ahoi: black
lino buun lost.
.St. Jiurnaul (log
Tin: Ynnmshiro Muru loft for Yo
kohama iiunctiially nt noon to-day.
Tin: ciipo of L. Ablo for conspiracy
Iiob been fitilhor continued to Mon
day. Tin: October term of the Supremo
Court opens on Monday morning ut
TllEiin will bo union service at
Kauninkapili Church Sunday even
nig, nt 7:110 o'clock.
Many of tho Jewish Iioubcs of
business are closed to-day, it being a
day of Atonement.
a i m i
Tunni: was & very heavy shower of
rain during tho night. Light showers
fell during the forenoon.
X coititECT list of the ofuccis of tho
Libiaiy Association elected last eve
ning will ho found elsewhere.
His Excellency S. M. Damon, Min
ister of Finance, visited the Japanese
war vessels yesterday nfternoon, the
usual salutes being liied.
Tun trial trip of tho U. S. S. Nipsic
was u success in every way. Admiral
Kiinbcrly wits on board. The Nipsic
is now at anchor in tho navul row.
Tun Post Office despatched on tho
steamship Yuniashiro Muru 1774 loi
ters mid 40 packages of papuvs for
Japan and 15G letters and 524 pack
ages of papers for China.
Tin: charge of treason against
Ales. Smith has been nolle pros'd
and one of conspiracy enteied. He
has waived examination and boen
committed for trial to tho Supremo
Fouu young sportsmen went to
Molokai last Monday on the steamer
Mokolii. They did not meet with
much success for when the birds
heard they were coming they flow
over to tho island of Maui.
Tun other day, at Kapaa, Kauai,
a New Hebrides woman caught hcr
biifaband with another woman. This
irritated her and she got a knife and
stabbed the intruder in tho breast.
The assailant was placed under ar
rest. Mr. Chas. J. Fishel's .annual clear
ance sale, at present in pi ogress, is a
big success. It is one of the best bo
ever held. As tho sale closes on the
12th those who have not yet taken
advantage of the extraordinary bar
gains should do eo without delay.
To-bay occurs the grand opening
of the BuyView Sporting House on
King strect,near the Chinese theatre.
Here will bo found bowling and
hooting galleries, billiardsT fehullie
board, etc. Cold lunches, ico cream,
cigars and all kinds of ice drinks can
This evening Prof.G. Sauvlct gives
a piano recital at the Y. M. C. A.
hall, and will bo assisted by MibS
Fr.edencka Nolle, who sings two
songs. The Piofcssor has, arranged
a good programme. Tho admission
will be $1, resoived Eeats $1.25, to bo
obtained of J. E. Brown & Co.
An Englishman was boasting to a
Yankee that thoy had a book in the
British Museum which was once
owned by Cicero. "Oh, that
ain't nothiii'l'' retorted tho Yailkeo
''In the museum in Bosting they've
got tho very same lead-pencil that
Noabtiised to check off the animals
with as they went into the Ark."
Wit aro requested to state to the
friends and acquaintances of Mr. and
Mrs. T. G. Gribble, that, owing to the
illness of tho former, they are advieed
to leavo Honolulu for England by
tho City of l'ekin,iind therefore they
fear that it will bo impossible to pay
their farewell calls as they had hoped
to do. Will friends kindly accept
this as their farewell togethor with
their most cordial greetings.
Tine regular monthly meeting of
tho Honolulu Arion was held last
evening, Fiesident Goldberg' in tho
chair. Five new members wcro olcct
cd and uoveral other names wero pro
posed. A special committee was ap
pointed on entertainments. After
the meeting the members adjourned
to tile rceidenco of Mr. Chris. Gortz
mid helped him to celubrato tho six
tieth anniversary of his bit th.
EVEHTSTH fs" EVEH! NG .
Band concert nt Emma Square,
at 4 :f)0.
Meeting Typographical Union No.
37, at 7.
Piano recital at Y. M. C. A. hall,
at 8 o'clock.
Tho Koyal lluwaiian Baud will
give a public concert this afternoon
at Emma Square, commencing at
4:30 o'clock. Following is the
Ovei ture Tho Exiles Gainer
Polka Tho Diagoons Fahrbach
Finale William Tell Hoss-ini
lteinlnlecences of Halfo (todfrey
Mazurka Shuplh'luin Strausn
Jlareli Heinprr Fhlclls.. .
was fined 510 for
Aiona, found guilty of carrying a
deadly weaupon, na lined $10 with
D. Knapa, oharged with riot and
unlawful assembly, waived exam
ination and was committed for trial
to tlio Supremo Court.
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pw "h tjmyn w,nyaww i fwimwiMi
DcnfeAO of Cmtoms,
Honolulu, II. I., Oct. 1, 1889. )
His Excellency S. M. Damon, Min
ister of Finance.
S7r: I have the honor to submit
to Your Excellency the tabic of tho
principal domestic exports of the
Hawaiian Islands, for the quarter
ending September 30, 188!).
Also, a comparative table of ex
ports for the nine months, 1889,
compared with corresponding period,
1888. 1 hnvo the honor to be, Sir,
Your mo9t obedient Servant,
A. S. Clkoiioun,
Quantities and Values of tho Princi
pal DomoBtic Exports, Hawaiian Isl
ands, for the Quarter ending Sopt.
30, 1889. by Customs Districts.
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AUOTIAL ItROUCII with Hold Pin.
The ilnil'-r reiiirniug same tn this
ottico will bo rewurdrd. t!70 It
LOST or STRAYED
LAKGI5 Black fit.
lierimrd U01 w it'll
while on breast and fore
paws. Weats a metal nol.
l.ir heirint; tlio inscrilition
"H W ihrlstlniifen " A ruward of $.ri
will b glvoa to ibo Under on roturnlui;
the ennn- nt the ollleo of Messri W. G.
Irwin & Co 870 3i
NOTICE of MEETING.
A SPECIAL meeting of tho Hoar 1 of
Triieteo-i of tlio li'ieen's llorpital
will lie hi'ld at the room of the Chitnbur
of Commerce, on a.VTUKIAY, tlio litli
Oc'otifr, 1889, for t'io purpouu of acting
upon a prupoitiil nmendiueni to thu IJy
Ltiwa ol tho (Queen's Hospital Corpora
tion. Per order
F. A. SCHAEFER,
Honolulu, ScDt. 7. 1889 310 td
ol tho Lato
LL rorfons inilelitt'il to the
J11I111 Wubsii-r aro h urn by re-
(jncsicJ to m'.kn mi immcdiatu settle
ment of their ImlulitL-dnes.') nt tho lirl
libit Vico ('nn)iilate, wlicro all rluim
against this-oUa-o duly nworn to intisi
ho prcsctitt-d within thirty days from
dato or iWey will ho forever hrred.
JAMES HAY WODEUOUSE,
11. H, M 'h Coiliniisioiiur ami Ooubul.
Honolulu, Oct. 1, 1889. 3C8 lw
HONOLULU LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
iiltolion MnUcan .lltinltl
Yesterday oveniug the annual
meeting of the Honolulu Library
and Heading Rooms Association wn3
held at the rooms with a good at
tendance. Reports of committees
were heard and other routine busi
ness transpcted. The following of
ficers and trustees wcro elected for
the ensuing year :
President Alex. J. Cartwright
Vice-President M. M. Scott
Secretary. . . .II. A. Tunnelee
Treasurer A. L. Smith
Trustees Hon. W. P. Allen, Hon.
Hcnrv 'Vatoi house, Mr. Justice S. U.
DoleRev. C. M. Hyde, D. D., Hon.
V. It. Castle. U. T. Rodgcrs, M. D.,
John H. Fisher, William Foster and
Air. Justice Dole said he had had
some conversation with lion. C. R.
liishop respecting the library. Tho
latter said he would like to assist the
institution but. it was in debt. How
ever, Mr. Dole on behalf of Mr.
Bishop made the offer to present
81000 a year for the next five years to
the association, on condition that it
would pay off the existing debt of a
little over 51600. The munificent
offer was at once accepted, and the
following committee appointed to
raise the necessary amount, Messrs.
A. J. Cartwright, S. 1$. Dole and
W. F. Allen. The Association will
forward a letter to the Hon. Chas.
R. Bishop btating that his offer had
been accepted, and thanking him for
SPLCIAL NOTICE. ,
M. Thompson, counselor, etc.. (form
erly practitioner in the United States
Supreme Court, and Conns of tlio l.is
triet of Columbia and Hawaiian Courts),
gives written opinions upon questions
of law and facts Mqiporting his opin
ions by written statements of law and
udiclal decisions. Olllee eorner Fort
and Merchant (.tree!. Honolulu.
JUST icrelved Cclebraled Foocliow
Tea-, iliiect fiom Chinx; a Bpien.
did assortment of linn To is: The H.
ualinn Mixltiro, in H lt Diickap; Tlio
Uoso Ur.ind T.-n, in II) p:ck'ngi -, dn.
linlitfiidy frifjrant; ICxtrn Mipirlino
Dtnck I'e'i. in lt boxes in bulk; -irt
Crop 18B9-100 Condon, in 10 lb box u,
ii pnekugch to a pound; 10 bj hud n.iy
of OiiiiH'dves it Co , ilonol'ilu inatf
Y. M. C. A.HALL,
Saturday Evening, October Otli,
PROFESSOR G. SAUVLET,
Assisted by Local Amateurs
Doors opee at 7:3) Performance begin
. 1 3").
To be obtainorl al the offlce of .1. E.
Uro.ui &, Co , Morch int strf et. G7 4l
T EOULAIt monthly mertinu of Ilono.
XV) luliiTvpoKriphicul Union, No. 37.
ill lie lii'lifTO-JlOHKOWEVKNIXO,
at 7 o'clotil;, ut (lie 11-mil plucu tuij
attendance is desired. Hn-ii c-h r.f jm
portsnee J. J. QKEKNE,
ilO'J 2i Secrcury II. T. U.
A GOOD Wagon Woodworker.
PIANO LESSONS !
.cpftta, r IVKN by Felix Ollctt at
fiW VJT No. 27 Alakca Btreet, or
m tlii' residence of lite pi piU, ncconl
ing to agt cement. Charges moderate.
CARD of THANKS.
IDESIHE to thank all thoso wlio
watched over tho body of my late
husband, during the time it lay In the
family residence, and also those kind
friends who contributed 1.0 many hosu.
tiful floral oll'erincs.
JIO'i i-t Mit3."ilARY E. FOSTER.
Tho Thoroughbred Stallion
Will stand at ecivlco al
Rfcoho 2:22U, Sucrauiento, Bent. ID,
PnntaiiKE; Marin was fired by
Quinn's l'.iichen, ho liy Geo. M. Pat.
clii.'ii.Jr.; Marin's ilaui iv Kmtgnint, lie
by Hilly McCrackciij.Iliily McHMcken
by MoCraolicii's IJJack Hawk, 7(17, (tho
Hire of Lndy IJnnlcy, awl of tlie ilnm of
Overman, iitltlif). McUmckcnV Illacl:
Hawk, 707, hv i nnont III ick Hawk, 3 j
2ml dam by MtNinll'ii liljcl; Hawk, bo
by Knston'i HUek Hawk. The dim of
Quinu's f'atchon !) tbnckhrhlgu Chiel,
ho by Vermont Ulaol: llnivk, fi,
K. T, Carroll of Han Frnnol-co, tlio
former owner of M'irlii, vonoltiiH, ihHt
out of tliirty-hix uiires served by litis
horse (luring ills last scaon in 'Cali
fornia, thlrly.llvo provtd with foal.
r-ABJI. It. IHSJXIitfUtt.
HpHE WORKWOMAN'S PAPER
1 "Tlio Dally JJulletln." 50 ceiil
A GREAT EVENT ! Qmmli Sf J"il
. lew Free Tontine
110 YAL ITALIAN
Tho Graatesl Travelled & Best
known Show in the World.
Will shortly arrive fiom Japan per
P. M. S. S.""City of PekiiiR," after a
10 Years' Tour around the Vuld,and
Open for a Short Season
On the Esplanade
About Oct. 12th.
SIGNOR GUISKITE CIIIAItm,
.Sole Propiiclor it Director.
Secretary it Treasurer.
A GALAXY OF
32 ARENIC ARTISTS
From tho 'Leading Circuses and
Hippodromes in Europo.
Beautiful & Accomplished Ladles in
Unequalled Featsof Equestri
anism and Daring,
Intrepid Acrobato, Leapero,
Vaultors.and tho Fun
niest of CIowiib.
Trained Horses & Ponies,
Arabians, Andaltisians, American k
luglish and lilond Hnrsos &
Ponitfs from all Climes
Julers & AcroMs
Performing Elepliauts !
Educated Donkeys !
Riding Monkeys !
Sacred or Brahmin Bull.
The wholo forming a Monster Com
bination of Snporlntivo ICxcol
lonce anil boyonil coin
jmrisoii. 03T- For full particulars see fu
CHAS. DERHER, : Genera! Agent.
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quitable Life Assurance Societv
OF THE CXITED Sl'ATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
fFrom tho "Kr Y011K Times, June 'ii, 18S0. ,
Tho Equitable Life Assurance Society has adopted a new form of
policy which, like a bank draft, is a simple promlsu to pay without condi
tions on the back.
From tlie Ciiicaoo Isvestioatoii.1
Always on the alert, and over anxious to give the public lb) most
advantageous contract in life insurance, the Equitable Life A93iiranco So
ciuty of New York has, in the past, inado many" advances on old methods,
and ias been the means to liberalize life assurancu in a greater degree,
perhaps, than any other organization. It is not at all surprising, there
fore, that this great company now comes before tho people with a now
contract, the like of which has not before been known in life insurance.
From the Kentucky Ruoisteh, ltlehuiond, tiy., June '23, 18S1.
The Equitable Lifo Assurance'Society has, in the pa3t, done more to
create and maintain confidence in lifo asiiiranoo than any other company.
Consequently its business is larger than that of any of its competitors.
Furthermore, it has now taken n step which practically sweeps every ob
jection of the character referred to out of the way. The result, undoubt
edly, will bo that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked confidence
in life assurance, will cx'im'uie the new policy offered by the Equitable,
and assure their lives forthwith.
"From the Bo3to.v Post.
This company hns done more than any other to simplify the assurance
contract, and to maintain public confidence in life assurance.
From tho Pacitic UxDtiuwittTKK, San Francisco, July 1, 1830 J
The Equitable has already established a world-wide reputation for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders and for its prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot fail to enhance its
reputation for enterprise and progressivenes3 in dealing with the subject
of life assurance.
tt- For f ulf particulars call on
ALEX. J. OAS2TWR8CHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Having purchased from J. ,1.
Melchers, W. Z.
right to use his
"BlDoliant" LhIibI for in lliis KlneilDni.
Which label bears tho picture of an elephant, under palm trees, printed in
different colors, and also the word3
"Greatest Gin Distillery of -the Netherlands, registered; J, J.
Helpers, W, Z, Schiedam,"
And having boon granted a Certificate of Registration for tho term of
twenty years, dating from the 17th day of September A. I). 1889, under
the hand and seal ot L. A. Thurston, Minister of tho Interior for the
Hawaiian Islands, for the exclusive uso of ,thu snid label throughout the
Hawaiian Kingdom, all persons aro hereby warned not to use the said
label, or any imitation thereof, under penalty of the law.
38 1 W. C. PEACOCK.
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nniler the innuuKciiient of MISH
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Mko a spreially of (ihotogrsphlug
leslilvncm, intcilors, rinpi, ilecora
tlutis and all klmU of out and indoor
vluws AUo, doe priniing nnd develop,
lip; for iimtttoupt and others nt the
lowthl rutos Hotlsfaction given unit
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VJtiws inniintcil in books to nnli-r
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