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Friday night a police officer hid
himself in the Ka -lani bulliliouse,
nearllic Mniine 1 I w ny , ami while
there counted CO , sons, man of
whom were lluuir passengers li.v
the H. S. Maripcn A nuinbcr of
well-known townsmen were thcie
and all were liavin" a glorious limn.
No raid was made thai night, hut
on Satin day night, at about 1
o'clock, Captains Hopkins and Lar
son made a successful descent.
Entering the place they found about
20 persons there, abundance of spi
rits and n number of wnhinc. Clias.
Moltcno, keeper of the house, was
arrested and is chaiged with selling
spirituous liquors within J) months
past without a licence. A policeman
returning to the bathhouse half an
hour later caught the wife of the
proprietor making away with bottles
of liquor in a boat and nabbed her.
Two natives have been arrested
and charged with having committed
four robberies. Sam Oleilei. one of
the two, was arrested yesterday af
ternoon on a charge of stealing ?t2
from Mr. Reimctischneidcr's Chi
nese servant. Officer Larsen went
to Olcilci's quarters, and there found
Mr, Rothwcll'Bpants and a hat be
longing to a professional gentlemen.
Later a brother of Oleilei was ar
rested on a charge of having stolen
some clothes from a Chinaman, and
it is believed that the two, and pro
bably a third party, are all implicat
ed in the four robberies. Aug. 31.
A serious accident happened last
"Wednesday at, Leilchua ranch to
Master Kenneth, youngest sou of
Major "Wodehousc, II. B. M.'s Com
missioner, lie was riding after cat
tle when bis horse stumbled. Ken
neth was thrown to the ground and
the hoise rolled over him. The
poor little fellow was picked up and
medical aid was at once summoned.
His left leg was broken near the
thigh and one of the ankles was also
badly sprained. He was brought
to town and is doing as well as could
The German bark C. K. Bishop,
Capt. T. Poppe, arrived this morn
ing, 170 clays from Bremen,' with an
assorted cargo. The bark had head
winds to the Horn. She was 25
days from 50 in the Atlantic to
50 in the Pacific. In the Pacific
had both S. K. and N. E. trades.
The C. It. Bishop is docked at the
P. M. S. S. wharf and is consigned
to Messrs. II. Hackfcld & Co. Aug.
The "Illustrated London News"
of August 4th has the following:
"The Board of Trade have awarded
a piece of plate to Capt. II. M. Uny
ward, master; a gold shipwreck
medal to Mr. Frank William Hart,
first officer ; and a silver shipwreck
medal and a sum of 2 each to
Johan Barpark, Harry Ewing, Wil
liam Allen and Thomas DiiscoII,
seamen, of the Ameiican steamship
Mariposa, in recognition of their
services in rescuing the crew and
passengers of the bark Henry
James, of Glasgow, which was
wrecked off Palmyra island, on
April ICth last."
DEATH OF Sl'sfErTLANDETINE.
Bister Landetinc Farard, attach
ed to the Roman Catholic Missions
of these Islands for the last 30
years, died at the Convent yester
day. Solemn requiem mass, with the
Bishop of Alba as celebrant, was
sung for the repose of her soul, at
the Cathedral this morning, after
which the interment took place in
the Catholic cemetery.
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COFFEEE BILL VETO SUSTAINED.
At 11 o'clock this morning the
Legislature considered the coffee
bill with the King's veto message.
Minister Thurston stated to the
House that the Cabinet had advised
the King to sign the bill. Rep. C.
Brown moved the bill becomo a Jaw
notwithstanding the veto. A dis
cussion followed in which Nobles
Smith, Widcmann and Robinson,
and Reps. Nakaleka, Paehaole and
Kamauoha took part. At 12:15 a
yote was taken on the question,
"Shall this bill becomo a law not
withstanding the veto by the King,"
with the following result:
Ayes: Wilder, Robinson, Young,
Castle, Smith, Waterbouse, Wight,
Notley, Wall, Townaend, Hitchcock,
Bailey, Richardson, G. N. Wilcox,
Pole, Hustace, Dowsett jr., Knlau
koa, C. Brown, Deacon, Kamai,
Kauhanc, Kamauoha, Paris, Nawa
lilnc, Daniels, Helekunihi, Horner,
Kawainui, A. S. Wilcox, Rice. 31,
Noes: Jaeger, Luhiau.Widemnnn,
Makee,. Naonc, Kuuhi, F. Brown,
Maguirc, Gay, Nakaleka, Kapaeha
As it required 32 voles the veto
BASEBALL AT MAKIKI.
. The Honolulu team again crossed
bats with tho Vawlalias on Satur
day afternoon, at the Recreation
Grounds. As this was announced
. to bo the final game between the
clubs, quite a largo audience was
attracted, and though many wero
disappointed in the final result of
the game, it was with soino excep
tions, a contest of considerable in
terest. Tlte alternation of the teams,
' - - DA.Ti;V BtTLOTJIff WJCBKLi! StlMatAlOf :' ftQtfOLITLU,
"".' ' "U "' . '' "ir1 ' L" "' i lih..ii.lji i ii urn. n
between poslHvoly bad and care
less playing and individual and biil
lianey and dash, and the consequent
continual change of the score kept
the spteUlois in u stale of conflict
inir doubt and hope. The Hono
lulu's won the
game by u scoie of
10 to 8.
f oreii mews
Per S. S. .If n Inc.
Tin: baik Cn".indr.i Adams was
wrecked Thuisdny evening, Aug. U,
on Destruction Inland, neai Cape
Finitely. A dome fog is assigned to
be the cause of her loss.
Tin: Chinese Kcstiiclion Bill has
been pasied by the House at Wash
ington without division.
CiiAiar.s CuorKi:n,tbe lnillionaiie,
died at Monloioy, on the Itilh insl.
The Prime Minister of Italy is on
a visit to Germany.
Boulanger was elected to the
French Chamber of Deputies, on
the 19th inst., for throe depart
ments. In one department there
was rioting the whole day and into
the night. At midnight the mili
tary charged with fixed bayonets to
clear the streets.
The United States Postmaster
General has aureed to subsidise the
O. S. S. Co.'s steamers to Austra
lia, to the amount of 850,000 an
nually. The yellow fever still prevails in
Heavy rains have done much
damage in the South.
The U. S. Senate will try to pass
the bill granting a public park to
Tacomn over the President's veto.
It is rumored in Vienna that the
Russian Government lias contracted
for a loan of 8,000,000 in Ame
rica. Mahmoud Pasha, Turkish cx
Ministcr of Finance, is accused of
embezzling 15,000. An enquiry
will be made immediately.
The Freeman's Journal has open
ed a Pamcll defense fund. It is
claimed that the charges of the Lon
don Times will be shown to be false.
The manner in which the Demo
crats arc wiping out the surplus is
to be fully exposed in Congress.
Chief-Justice Richard Ashbury
Jones of Wasliington Territory is
Hoffman, the German poet, died
The ocean steamers Unibria, City
of New York, La Burgoyne and
Ems left New York Aug. l'Jlh, for
a lace across the Atlantic.
It is said that Blaine favors the
passage of a tariff bill by the Senate.
The dorv Dark Secret was all
right on August 1st. when passed by
the steamer India.
Prince Muley and 200 men have
been massacred in Morocco.
An electrical storm did great
damage at Montreal and vicinity.
Edward llanlan Jr., the young
son of llanlan, the oarsman, while
playing with matches Aug. 10th, at
Toronto, set lire to his clothing and
ws burned to death.
Recent changes in the German
and Austrian armies arc believed to
indicate the approach of war.
A disastrous famine is alllicting
the people of Albania.
Prince Joseph of Saxc-Coburg-Gotha
died of inllanimation of the
lungs at Berlin, August 1-lth.
A passenger train on the Atlantic
and Pacific road tumbled down a
thirty-foot embankment at Horse
shoe curve, August 1-lth, injuring
many of the passengers.
Blaine arrived at his home in
Maine, August 14th, and received
a tremendous greeting.
Per S. S. Alameda.
The Chinese Exclusion Bill has
gone to the President.
It is asserted that the sugar trust
has secured a sufficient quantity of
A conflict between French and
German troops was narrowly averted
The steamships Oceanic and City
of Chester collided in San Francisco
BaA Aug. 22d, during a fog. The
City of Chester went to the bottom.
Fifteen persons lost their lives and
Uyelvo more are missing.
The rising in Afghanistan is re
ported to be serious.
Italy will send a new expedition
Bishop Harris of Michigan died in
England Aug. 22d
In the ocean race tho Umbria
came out ahead arriving at Queens
town in C days, G hours, 10 minutes.
Rumors are reported of an alli
ance between Germany and Italy
Monday, August 27.
Mrp. $. M. Damon gave a lunu on
Satuiday in honor of Hon, Dr. and
Mi. .1. Mott Smith.
Tin: Contial 1 louse, tho uppor (do
ries of wbiub were binned not long
ago, is being lepniicil, that in, it 5h
having a now loof put on, and is be
ing mado single story,
Prwasaiaro tieut to bear tho
ciowsof 11. 15, M. ships Hyacinth
and Kspieglo sing tho timo "Old
Hundred" at St, Andiew's Calheihal
Hami'I.kh of tobacco gimvn hero
will 1)0 sent on to tho New Yoik To
bacco Convention, which will assem
ble in that city at an eaily date.
Two bundled tons of castor beans
ait) ready for shipment aluoad. A
jiamplo lot of the beans will bo for
wauled by the Australia to-morrow,
and if tho jctiun leppit is favorable
the commodity will probably be ox
ported on n large scale.
Tin: Itev. 11. Wilde, .one. of Her
Majesty's Inspoetoi Generals of
hcIhmI? in England, is stopping at
tho Hawaiian Hotel. Mr. Wilde
assisted at the service at St.
Andrew's Cathedral yeslcidny, and
leaves on the Alameda on Saturday,
to inspect schools in New Zealand.
Kino Kalakaua, of the Sandwich
Island", limit (cays the "World") now
be added to the long list of loyal
authors. His Majesty's learned
treatise on the Diametrical Physiog
nomy of the Eat tb is based on an
intelligent observation of the volcanic
phenomena for which the Hawaiian
giotip is famous.
Tin: Rev. W. A. Swan, formerly of
Honolulu, and lector of a church at
Narracoote, South Austialia, the past
three years, has been appointed rec
tor of a largo and llouiishing church
at Kensington, in the suburbs of Ade
laide. The Uuv. gentleman has re
cently bad an addition to bis family
in Hie shape of a son, tho second.
Tuesday, August 28.
Si.'rr.i:.v bags ot mail arrived on
the Arabic for the Post Office.
O.vi: hundred and eighty-eight
Chinese and ill Japanese steerage
passengeis, leave by tho S. S. Arabic
Mm 10. O. Maclailano is authorized
to sign the linn name of G. W. Mao
failane it Co.. and holds the power
of attorney of G. W. Macfarlanc dur
ing "the hitter's absence.
A Ni:w school house 01 x 33 feet in
size, has been built at Kanpo, Maui.
This school bouse has been built on
a modern plan and will accommo;
date fully 120 scholars.
Tnr. sidling of the S. S. Australia
was deferred until 2 o'clock this af
ternoon, so as to allow correspon
dents an oppoitunity pf answeiing
letters leceived by tho S. S. Arabic
Six men, three women and eight
cbildieu, German laborers, came
from Bremen by tho bark C. It. Bis
hop, this morning, and yill he for;
warded to Lihuo Plantation by the
A i.Auai: and gay concourse of peo
plo assembled at the Hawaiian Ho
tel last night, to bid faiewe.ll to Dr.
Mott Smith and Mis. Smith, who re
turned to the States by the Australia
to-day. The Hawaiian Band made
the occasion lively with cbpice music.
A Minm.r: aged ipiliye woimpi,
named Enpilia, fell from tho balcony
of a two-story house in Capo Horn,
at about 11 o'clock last nighl, and
icccivcd injuries which caused her
death in a few minutes. A coroner's
jury was called this morning arid
after viewing the body, adjourned
until this afternoon.
Oxr. night last week two cane fields
at P.iauilo, Hawaii, quarter of a mile
npait, weic set on fire. The burn
ing was disco vcicd in good season
and was put out bufoio much damage
was done. A native, who bad been
discharged fiom Paauilo Plantation,
was aricsled and chaiged with mali
ciously setting fire to the cane.
A.Moxo the passengeis to-day hy
the Australia was Col. G. W. Macfar
lanc, who it is said, lias gone to San
Francisco with the intention of push
ing through to London, to make the
final arrangements for floating the
Kauai scheme bufoic the end of the
year. It is repoited that cable advices
came List steamer asking for some
change or modification in the con
tract with the owners of the land, the
reply to which Mr. Macfarlano car
ries with him. Much interest is felt
in the success of this scheme.
Wednesday, August 20.
Tin: sum of $28,000 is to be ex
pended on repairs to tho U. S. S.
SKU.s'Bros. circus will pass through
here on the October mail steamer,
en loute for the Colonic:),
The Japanese Government has de
cided to spend .150,000,000 in five
years for the purpose of purchasing
Tun Danish bark Matbias, from
Liverpool for Honolulu, was spoken
May 8th, in Lat. 41.21 deg. N., Long.
25.40 deg. W.
Mnssits. W. G. Irwin, D. R. Vida,
W. M. Uifi'ajd and C. O. Berger, have
been elected officers of Qlovvnju, Com
pany for the ensuing year.
Mn. Schmidt has received a letter
iufoiming him that Minnie Scholz
is under ticatment in Dr. Unna's
hospital, in Hamburg, and that a de
cided impiovemeut is noticed.
Tin: Hawaiian Tramways Co., hav
ing put on an extra force of men, tho
laying of the track from Ricjmrd
street towards Waikiki is piogressing
Tin: engines of tho steamer Kaimi
loa would not woik properly when
she was ready to sail at 3 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. Her Bailing
has beon put off, the Pole taking the
'Thursday, August .'10.
Tin; Knmohamcha Schools will re
open, after tho bummer vacation, on
It is expected that tho Legislature
will adjourn towards tho lattor end
of next week.
Mits, Gascoyno's placo of business
will bo closed for thico months, dur
ing that lady's ahsoneo from tho
Mn. Howott; who leaves by tho
steamer of October 2!lrd, and returns
by tho same vessel, will tako orders
for Christinas goods. -,
Tmistowaid of tho harkentino S.
G. Wilder is stijl confined to tho
Hospital by tho injiuies ho received
in Ids fall on boaid his vessel Satur
Tin: liov, Walter Frcar, a former
pastor of Fort Street Church, has
been appointed Secretary and Agent
of the American Congiegational
Union for California.
Tin: steamer Iwalani hnvintr re
ceived her now boiler, was 'moved to
the 1. 1, S. N, Co.'h wharf this after
noon, where she will iceoiyo er fin
Oai'TAin Leclair, was found guilty,
this morning, of assault with a dau
gcious weapon op Pctor Kajferty,
and fined iflO and $1.00 cost and
Ronlcnred to one hour's impiipon
incut at haul labor. Ben. If. Nor
ton, and T. F. Haghind, charged
with assault and baltoiy on Peter
Hafl'crly weio nol. pio'd.
Yi:sti;iu)ay afternoon tho Coroner's
jury .Mr. C. L. Hopkins, Coroner;
Messrs. U. O. Bcigcr, U. W. Laino,
T. 11. Lucas, M. Melnorny, E. A.
Jones and 15. It. Hendry returned a
voi diot to tho effect that Emily Kao
lelo came to her death on Aug. 28th,
by falling from a balcony in Fowlci's
Yaid, while under the influence of
liquor, and breaking her neck.
YesTEitDAY afternoon, Captain
Aliens, master of tho bark Print7.cn
berg, was found guilty of having vio
lated See. I, Chap. 28 of Session Laws
of 1887, (having neglected to rc-oni-bark
19 Chinamen, biought to this
country on tho Printzenberg, and
who were not lawfully allowed to
hind) and was fined .$200. An appeal
Tin; bark II. Prlntzcnbcrg sailed
for Hongkong this morning, taking
175 CliinCBO passengers, 141 men, 12
women and 22 ehildicn. Among
the freight taken by the Printzen
boig were 10,2.10 lbs. of old copper,
'.)!) lbs. tallow, 17,1)00 lbs. of horns,
U8,01tt bottles, 5,200 lbs. of hoi so
shoes, 1,(170 lbs. ofjlead and 48 boxes
of salted fish in oil.
Friday, August 31.
Tin: U. S. S. Dolphin, with the Ad
miral, will to sail to-morrow.
Mn. .las. Williams has taken an
excellent photograph of tho Yandii
lia baseball nine.
Mn, Fuminari Tanno has anived
as an attache to the Japanese Consu
Bos'n Ben was sent on tho reef for
30 days this morning for letting
the Chinamen escape from tho bark
Tun nulbndry department at the
Popular Millinery House is now in
charge of Miss Kelly, a lady of much
experience, who arrived on the last
Nonr.i; Sniiti piodjojed jn tho
House this moriuriu duiiug the de
bate on the railway1, bill, that Rep. C.
Brown would be a hoary-heiulcd old
saint twenty years fioni now.
Mil. N. S. Sacns, proprietor of the
Popular Millinery stoic, left on the
Austialia for the Coast to purchase
new goods. When he returns look
out for something nice. ' -
Tin: Rev. J. II. and Mrs. Sellwood,
of Ppjthinil, Qiegon,' who' have been
visiting the islands tho past three
months, leave on the W. II. Dimond
for San Francisco. Bon voyage.
Noule Waterbouse is feeling rather
slighted. A few days ago the House
refused him a two weeks' vacation,
and yesterday he was jefusod the
privilege of not voting on the Consti-
The consideration ol tjie veto mes
sage it- the codec bill, which was
fixed for 2 o'clock this afternoon, has
been postponed until Monday next, '
at 11 a. m., on account of Minister
Thurston's absence thiougb indispo
sition. The gang of prisoners, which bus
been working op P.dnma road near
the Soap Works, has been shifted, to
nearer town, and a force of Portu
guese laborers has been set to work in
front of tho Soap Works.
At about 4 o'clock yesterday after
noon, Mr. Jas. William's eldest boy
set fire to the Chinese seivant's cot
tage' while playing with matches.
Chinamen iind Portuguese working
close by worked' haid to check tho
flames, but the whole interior of tho
house, along with the bedding and
servant's ofteots, were destioyed be
fore the fire was put out.
Saturday, Sept. 1.
Miss Berry's school will not re
open for another month.
The U. S. S. Dolphin is expected
to reach.San Francisco in ten days.
Njojit sessions do not agiec with
some members of the House, They
look seedy tho next morning.
Yesterday afternoon two mem
bers of the House amused themselves
by throwing paper balls at each
The Minister of the Interior's sud
den illnesB was of very short dura
tion. He turned up in tho House
this morning looking as fresh as .a
Tjik Hppulu and Hoola Lahui So
ciety will send to tho Melbourne Ex
hibition by tho S, S. Alameda this
ovoniiiK, articles of native manufac
ture and a lot of ancient Hawaiian
Messrs. J. A. Cummins, Sam Par
ker, F. M. Hatch, J. 11. Taty, J. G,
Spencer, t, W, Laud, F. A, Schaefer,
Capt. Ross and Judgo Widemann,
accompanied by tho Hawaiian Bund,
went out, on the steamer J. A.Cum
mins, this noon to escort the U. S. S.
Dolphin to sea.
The agents of the Oceanic Steam
ship Co,, in Sun Francisco, received
a dispatch Aug. 24th, from the Post-mastqr-General
of New Zealand, ac
cepting the odor of the United States
to contribute $50,000 per annum to
waid continuing tlio present mail
Monday, Sopt. 3.
Tin; Volcano is quito active.
Mr. and Mrs. Kynnersloy of Ko
halu, roturned from England on the
Mr. J. M. Sims, has resigned the
cleikship of tho steamer Lehuii, and
will return to tho Coast by tho hark
entino S. G. Wilder. Mr. Chas.
Campbell succeeds Mr. Sims on tho
Peter Jackson, tho colored cham
pion pugilist of Au8tralia,beat Geo,
Godfrey, tho colored American cham
pion, in nineteen rounds, at San
Francisco, August 21th.
A rei'Out from Waialua says that
a native employed on Waialua plan
tation fell from a wagon whilo return
ing fiom tho cauo fields, one ovoning
labt week, and received injuries
"which caused his death a few hours
Jilt, 7. W, (Undo of Kekaba, fell
fioin his horse one day last week and
dislocated his shoulder. Tho injured
membor was returned to its placo at
once and Mr, Glade will bo alright iu
a day or two,
H, I SHPaMBtt 4, 1SSS.
mm i .i , , , ,
Native Hawaiian sailors seem to
be veiy' willing to ship on tho bark
Kalakaua for Tahiti.
Fine weather, abundant rain and
excellent looking fields o cane arc
the icports by tho Kiniui.
Tin: new leacheis for Oahu Col
lego and Punahou Preparatory
School arrived by tho Alameda.
Some twenty or thiity representa
tive Chinese wore present in the
Legislative Hall this morning.
There was quite a large audience
including several ladies in the House
this morning, to hear tho Coffee Bill
Hti.0, Unimfkua and Kohala dis
tricts aie expected to produce excep
tionally largo ciopsof sugar this
At the San Francisco Slock & Ex
change Board, Aug. 25th, 2GQ shares
of Hawaiian Commercial Company's
slock were sold at .121 5-8.
Tin: second trial of Dr. Powell for
tho minder of Ralph S. Smith re
sulted in tho jury again disogrccing
after being out twenty hours.
The illumination of the clouds
over Ewa the other night, was caused
by the burning of grass and trees in
the mountains at Vaipio, Ewa.
Rev. H. F. E. Wlialley, formerly
of Kohala, Hawaii, Sb now curate of
Wulpolo St. Peters, Norfolk, Eng
land. Ho has recently had an addi
tion to Ins family iu the shape of a
Dr. Brodio was called yesterday to
attend to Mr. Bowers, second mato
of the steamer Mik'ahtila, who had
been painfully gored by a bull, dur
ing the passage of the steamer from
Kauai to this port.
Tin: fiftieth anniversary of the
birthofll.Il.H. Princess Liliuoka
lani is being duly celebrated this
afternoon at her Palaina residence.
The Rev. A. D. Bissell, the new
musical inslructor.for Oahu College,
came from Maui on Saturday oli the
Likclike to asHiuno his duties.
Sami'I.es of sugar, rice, coffee, ra
mie, tobacco and emptor beans, be
'sides 2,500 copies of the Paradise of
the Pacific, 3,000 of the O. S. S. Co.'s
charts, and a largo number of photo
graphs in albums and frames, were
sent by the Alameda, Saturday night,
by Mr. Jas. Williams, through Mr.
W. It. Irwin, for tne Melbourne .Ex
hibition. Misses C. L.- Wing and O. L. Tur
ner, Mrs, Ovcrend and Rev. W. H.
Stenger are skipping lit the Dudoit
House. Mifes Wing arrived by the
barkon'tine W. H. Dimond, and has
come to take churce of a private
school in Kohala. Miss Turner is
Government schpoj tpiohcr at Ko
hala, and has been on a year's visit
to. the East,
A tki.ko.ram, dated Peking, July
25th, states that in regard to the re
striction law against the Chinese
emigrants issued by the Hawaiian
Government, the Chinese Govern
ment recognised the action of tli9
former Government to have origin
ated at the instigation of tho Portu
guese Government and are aboqt to
demand explanation from the latter
Schr Unterhia fiom Haualci
Stmt Wuialealc from KanM
Schr KaivaHainl from' Koolaty
Schr Rainbow f rpm KiioUiU
S S rtiahlo from San Francisco
Baik (' It Bishop from Bremen
Schr Lihollho from Kauai
Stmr Kaala from Waialua and Wai
anau Stmr OR Bishop from Koolau
Schr Liika from Hawaii
Stmr .lat Makcc from Kapaa.
Stmr Kaala from Walsmao and Waialua
S S Alameda from San Francisco en
routo for the Colonics
Stmr Likclike from Maui
Stmr Mokolii from Molokal
Stmr Lehua from Uamakua
Schr Kaalokal from Kauai
Stmr Mikahala iroin.Kaual
Stmr Kinau from Hawaii and Maui
Stmr Kaala for Waianae, and Waialua
at 9 a m
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau at 9 a in
Stmr Mokolii for Molokal at C pm
Bk Foiest Queen for'Sau Francisco
Stmr Kinau for Volcano and way ports
at 4 p m
S S "Australia for Sim Frunolsco
Stmr Lolma for Hamakua at C p m
Stmr Viva for Molokal and Kuau at
Stmr W G Ilall for Labalna, Maalaea,
ICona, Kau and the Volcano at 10
o'clock a in
Stmr ICahnlloa for Lahalua and Hama
kua. Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p in
Stmr Kaala for Wahihia (mil Wftlnnuo at
Stmr O It Bishop for Waianae, Waialua
and Koolau at 0 a m
U S S Dolphin for San Francisco
Stmr Likellko for Maui
Stmr Mokolii for Molokal
Stmr Kaala for Waialua and Walanao
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
From Kauai, per stmr AVaialcale, Aa
20-O Koelling, Capt IlatlleU und lfi
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr W G
Hall, Aug 28 Mrs S Parker, Misses
Eva and Helou Parker, Mrs mid Miss
Greeiiwell, Col Snm Norrls, Mr Hutch
inson, S L Kckumaiio, II do la Cruz,
MrsTKRAmidu, Oscar White, Miss
E White, Mrs A Rosa, Master P Levey,
A Kama, S M Kanuliai and wife, .Miss
McCaudlefis, Miss L Aheong, Mrs Poki,
Mr Kawewelii, II R Macfarlanu and 7,0,
For San Francisco por hark Forest
Queen, Aug 37 It Weeks and W L
FprMaul and Uavyall per stmr Kinau
Aug 27 For Volcano j Miss Herman,
Mis Cottercll, Mrs Gdcll, Miss Iugoll
and Mr Lane, For Hllo and way ports s
Hon II S TowJifcend, Juo M'lec, F Ly
uiau, Mv Mareh, J G Carney, and about
CO deck, " "
For Moloknl per stmr Mokohl, Auc
27 DfSB Swift, Mater Hose, Slices
Roso (2), and about iir, deck.
For San Francisco, per S S Australia,
Aug 28-Oaiun: Mrs S A Boyd, M
Pico, wife and graniloii, L M Baldwin.
MUs Musgravo, W O Parke, W II
Graeuhilgli.T Pujlla, J.is Otis, V J
Smith. Miss MO Cimn.li, .1 A Milder,
Mrs Hlllebrainl ami sou, .Mrs LlUM'all
brldgc, Frank Otis, V A Kinney, IF
Gllllg, Mrs A .1 Crocker.Mlss 1! Crouch,
Mrs II Bender, M Rose, wife and two
children, O J Dccrlng, II O Baldwin
mid 2 children, Willow Baldwin, J
Mott Smith and wife, Jas Conway. Mis
Carrie Green, Mrs Geo II Ren, Miss L
A Barker, W E Foster and wifo, E
Balloy and wife, Miss Oleson, S S Cur
tis, G B GillHn, Mrs Col Kitchen, a
children and maid, S M iguhi. C L
Wight, Mrs L ATIniMtou, O V Mae
farlatie. STr.EiiAdK : H Wilte, v, Ifo and
2 children, G M Coffin, A Louis, wife
and 2 children, J N Wcsscls, O S Stein,
wife and 0 children, G- Linnbainii and
wife, G Lcflbcr, F Cauncr, wife and 2
children, Mr Blum, A P Lamb, wife and
.1 children, J Gomes, O G Jaeger, J
Graeoand child, E II Woodswortli, Mrs
It II Grrham and 2 ehildicn, A
Wallace, Mr J.ehmann, wife and
child, H O Lyle, W KUwimR (' Boise
E C Winston, AL Watt, W Karraiit.
D K Holmes, D II "Link and wife, G a
Davidson, G Wngor, F Comadl and
son, J McWodc, Jas Wilkhison, 4-1 Por
tuguese, 10 Chiiiese and ft Japs.
From Waialua audi Walmiao per stmr
Kaala, Aug 28 John Casldy, Mr Stow
art and daughter, Mrs Sllvcilieig and
For Maui per stmr Llkellke, Aug 28
W r A Brewer, wife, ;i children aiul 2
servants, M M Thoinpklns, Mls Helen
Wilder, Brothers ha'ilcs, Michael, Jo
seph, ami William, Major W II Corn
well, Miss Moby K II, Mrs F M Simp
son, It I atlon, II Laws, D Smith, Mr
Aloua and bride, T B Lyons, and about
For Kauai, per stmr AVaialcale, Aug
28 Mr Spronll, Misses Mollio mid Maria
Bush, Masters Bush (a), Miss Hincs,
Mr Hoffgmird, O L Britto, S Macauley
and 10 deck.
For Kauai per stmr Mikahala, Aug 29
Rev Alex and Mrs Mackintosh, F W
Glade and wife, Mr Kopkc, W i'redo,
Mr Awnuo, 17 German immigrants ami
about 33 deck.
From San Francisco per S S Alameda
Sept 1-iMIss S Rolson, Mls .1 p Simp
son. W S Terry, Mis M F M'hittler,
Mrs Bolte, Miss M II Brewer. O L Car.
tcr and wife, Miss II E ushiuuu, G D
Farron and wife, Miss Forties, Mr J
Hoppin, Miss Hoiu'r, O S Kinticrslev
am wife, 1 J Mhie and wife, Miss B
L.oidsson, Mastor II Men II, F Austin
and wife, Miss Urnee Brewer, Mrs Dr
Brown, Miss Charlo, O P Downing, Mrs
A O Korbes, W F Frcar, O li High, II
KHyde, G E Howe and wife, V H
Lowers, Edjiar Lewis, Prof A U Lvons,
wife and 2 children, P Fee, rs'L D
Pluncy, Miss If A Peppon, Mrs L G
l'lpy, A Koucvtson, Kev v 11 Stenger,
Miss OL Turner, Rev R Whlto, IS steer
age, and 121 iu transit lor for the Colo
From Kauai and Niilian, per stmr
Mikahala, Sept 2 Mrs A Cropp, Mrs 11
Isenberg, G Sutherland, 11 Myure; W
Smith, wife, and child, Misses Hart
well (2), Miss Kaiiiekona. Miss II
Lewis, Walter Wiiglit, .J orr a, Mrs P
P Kanoa and daughter, Misses Sheldon
(2), G W Miles, Mr wnna and. 107
luom Hawaii and Maul per stmr Ki
unu, Sept 2 Miss Ingle, Mrs Oilell, Mrs
Cottrell, Mrs S E Sunter and son, A B
Lobenstcin, Hon II S 'I'owneud, ..'mine
S V Austin, Miss L Monro, Mi-s M
Neeeham, W R Cuthliert, D Xotley, O
E Chapiu, Mrs O A Chapiii, Mips 'May
and child, Missus S and A llaiiublcr,
Miss E Bickncll, Mbes K and X Hind.
MrsG S Wilson, 1, Aseit, Mis G U
Akona, Mrs babo and 2 chlldieu, M1ss
LB wod'ehouse, MI-F Ah. Sam, Miss
A Bickncll, Mi?s Ao Akiua, iis Aoe
Akiua, W II Cornwoll and 2 children,
J K Holies and daughter. Mips Emily
Aiona, Miss K Shaw, Mrs F M Ostruui,
Miss S W . Ostnun, A C Oct ruin, G T
Ostrum and 81 deck.
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Waialeale 1,492 bags rice,
Stmr Bissau 200 bgs sugar and 100 hgs
Stmr Kinau 1418 bg sugar, US Imllls
hides, 14 bales wool, 94 hgs spuds,
20 hgs corn and 1C0 pkgs smuK.
Stmr Mikahala 2995 bgs sugar, 820 bgs
rice, 25 bead of cattle and 80 sheep.
The S S Australia took for San Fran
cieeo yesterday afternoon 12,188 bags of
sugar, 1,7U0 hags of rice, 3,398 bunches
of bananas, 8 baskets of plants, 200 bills
of sugar cane, 031 bdls green hides, 15
bdls goat skins. 3 bdls sheep skin, uud
35 boxes of fruit. Vdluo 698,030.00.
ARKIVAL8 AT SAN FllANqiBOO.
August 15, sclr Golden Fleece, 27
days ironi Hllo,
August 17; bark W B Godfrey, 27
days from Honolulu
DEPARTUKU FllOM SAN V11AN0ISCO.
August 17, bktne S X Castle for
The Russian hlp Rhea which arrived
Saturday, 04 days from Newcastle, N.
S, W., brought 141C tons of coal for
Wilder & Co.
In this oUy, Aug, 30, to tho wife of
Capt. Macauley, a son.
WALLACE-On August 27th, at Ko
hala, Hawaii, to the wife of Robert
Wullaeo, a daughter.
BOYD-WILLIAMS. Sept. 1st, at
the residence of Mrs. M. A. Boyd,
Pauoa, by Rev. Geo. Wallace, Robert
N. Boyd to Miss Joscplihip i,lliams,
PUR VIS-At Colorado Springs, Colo
rado, U. S. A., on the ICth August, Ed
ward William Purvis, late of Honolulu
and llamunauhi, Kauai, aged 31 years
MoWAYKE In this city, Aug. 31,
at 11 a. 111., Andrew McWayuo, aged (W
years. Funeral from tho house on
Sunday, Kept. 2d, atU p. ,
SMITH In Portland, Or., on Augu.
21st, CIih.3, T. fc-mltli, aged 27 years, and
5 months, Brother of Uco. W. Smith,
of Beusou, Smith & Co.
DURING my absence from the King,
dom Mr. Tong Man Olioong will
act for me in all business inatieis under
a full power of attorney.
Honolulu. August 27, 1888.
82 lwd 01 SHw
WHY (IE DID
NAT GO TO THE HOSPI
TAL. in: could r,r.Ai' Tmiouun tiu: ami.
Y object in writing is two-fold :
to express my gratitude for a
great benefit, and to tell a shoi t story
which cannot fail to interest thu
feelings of many others, it is all
about myself, but I have rental ked
that when a man tells the honest
truth about himself he is all the '
more likely to bo 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 3011 are awaro is
very common and troublesome in
Great Britain in certain seasons of
the year. Somo months ago I had
a very severe turn ofil, worse, I
think, than I ever had before. It
was probably brought on by my
catching cold, as wo aro all apt to
do when -vc least expect it. Weeks
passed by, and my trouble proved
to be very obstinate. It would not
yield to medicine, and as 1 also be
gan to have violent nicking pains in
my limbs and back, 1 became great
ly alarmed. 1 could neither cat nor
sleep. If I had been a feeble, sick
ly man, I should have thought less
strangely of it ; but as, on tho con
trary, 1 Was hearty and lohust, I
feared some new and terrible tiling
had got hold of me, which might
make my strength of no avail against
it. I say, that was the way I
Presently I could not. even lie
down for the pain all over my body.
I asked my doctor what he thought
of my condition, and lie frankly,
"I am sorry to have to tell yon that
you are getting worse!" This so
frightened my friends, as well as
myself, that they said " Thomas,
you must 10 to the Hospital; it
may ba your only chance for life!"
But I didn't want to go to the
hospital. Who does, when be
thinks he can possibly get alansf,
without doing it? I am a labouring;
man, with a large family depending',
on 1110 for support, and I might al
most as well bo 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. Righlt
at this point 1 had a thought Hash
across my mind like a streak of sun
shine in a cloudy day. I had heard,
and read a good deal about Mother
Seigel's Cuiative Syrup, and I re
solved, before consenting to be
taken to the hospital, I would try
that wellknown remedy. On this I
gave up the doctor's medicine and
began talcing the Sj-rup. Mark the
wonderful result! I had taken but
three doses within twenty-four hours
when 1 was seized with a fit of
coughing, and throw up the phlegm
and mucus off my chest by the
mouthful, The Sj'rup has loosened
and broken it up. Continuing with
the Syrup, the racking pain, which
I believe came from the bitter and
poison humois iu my blood and
Joints, soon left me entirely, and I
felt like going to sleep, and I did
sleep sound and quiet. Then I felt
hungry, with a natural appetite, and
as. I ate I soon got Strong and well.
I fait I could leap through the.
air -with deliyhtl
In a week I was able to go to my
work again. It doesn't seem possi
ble, yet it is true, and the neigh
bours know it. There are plenty
of witnesses to prove it. And,
therefore, when I say I preach the
good news of the great power of
Seigel's Syrup to euro pain and di
sease far and wide, nobody will
wonder at me,,
75, Military-road, Canterbrry,
Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup
is for sale by all chemists and medi
cine vendors ; and by the Proprie
tors, A. J. White, Limited, 35, Far-ringdon-road,
London' E. C, Eng.
Steam Works, Sunny South,
Tele.: Bell 18G, Mutual 245.
Depot, 28 Merchant Street,
Tele.: Bell 172, Mutual 360.
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BgyOrders delivered to any part of
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