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HONOLULU GAItaiACE GO.
Hack Maud: Mm chant and 1'ott
struct. 'L'ulupti'iucs, ;i:f.
rs: n in
SATURDAY, SKIT. 15, 1833.
Stmr Llkeliko from Maui
Schr Jliumokawal from lCoolnu
Sttnr Jns MakeeYrom ICapaa
U S SA lei t fiom pillao
Stmr Mokollt fiom Molokul
Schr Lihullhu from Kmml
Bktuo Eurcki for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Etmr Kaala for Wahdnaaud Waiamic at
0 a in
Sttnr Llkeliko forKnhului and liana at
u p in
Stnir Aiokolli for Molokul at ti p in
Schr Manuokawal for Koolait at 3 p in
CARflOES FROM ISLAND POUTS.
Hall 100 lugs awn, 17 bags coffee. 10
hide, and 4 pigs.
S'akcB 700 bg sugar, fi 17 bgs paddy,
and 4 bdli hides,
iiikcllkr. 211 bags sugar, 2 horses, 1
mill roller and 17u packages suti-
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr'W
G Hall, Sent 11 lion L McCullv. A. 1'
Petcrs-on, W X Whiting,idl Center, Ur
T II Emerson, Geo McUongall, V X
Fehlbehr, Miss Jl nv linldwln, O Maskc,
ills V Thronton, Mis-e Kinimaka (2),
Sirs 11 Kniliciani, J 1' J.inoand 2 cbil
dren, C lieu, S II Davis, jr, Air Kia
alna and 7(i deck.
From Waialiac ami Wulaltia per stmr
ICaahi, Sept 14 lion II A Widrinaiin.
Hon J O i.ominls, O Hall, Jno Defrios
wife and family, IC Stewart, wife and !l
children, 2 lepers and I'll deck.
From ICah lui and wayports per stmr
Llkclikc, Sept 15 iss ilanuna, J JIc
Kenzie, Alan, MrOl 8 Kalco, II Lawn,
O I' Faint-, .1 Ferreira, Mrs F Willielm,
Geo Uoss, Miss Claik, Mrs Aelinek
and 4 children. Ah Fan, Mclo Kaina
kona and 2 children, A L C Atkim-on,
t hee, K O White, .Mr Abccl, Mr AVi.itc.
.1 G Carney, Keola ICnlouokalani, Miss
Cook, M I) .llonsarrat and servant, May
Duncan, Father Leonore, Master Itose,
AV It ;ims and CO deck.
For San FrancKeo per bktnc Eureka
Sept 15-W J Forsyth.
The bktncr Eun-ka sailed for San
Fraueiseo this afternoon 'w tb 5,0&9 bgs
of sugar valued al .?:SO,(U7.;5l
Capt Clianey of this stmr YV G Hall
repoiled liaving lighted a bark off llo
opuloa, rouih Koii.i, ' awaii,l stTliurs
U.iy at noon st eiing for tlio f-outhcast,
piobubly the Hawaiian hark Kalakaua
Irom Kawailiae. Hawaii, with cattle on
hoard for Tahiti.
BAKXES At AVailuku, Sept. 14th to
the wife of Itcv. W. II Barnes, a
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Citr.AM pies to-day at the Elite.
Tun Kin an will hail again on Tues
Read Elder? fc Co.'h now adver
tisement. St. Louis College will open on
Monday next. lit
Music at the Yosemite Skating
Two lepers were biought from
Tin: U. S. S. Vandalia is expected
to sail on Wednesday.
All Government schools open on
Monday morning at nine o'clock.
Tun Manners Kinau,Mikahala and
Lehua will lie due here to-morrow.
Tin: Board of Education calls for
tenders in our liv Authority column.
Thk treasuier of tho trustees of
IIjs Majesty's estato has a notice in
Commencing next Friday the Hluo
Jtibbon Leaguo, will hold meetings
for men only in'Brower's warehouse.
Tun steam auxiliary schooner Ka-
imiloa niado catisfaotory trial trip to
half-way between Ouhu and Molokai
-Tm: Row W. II. Haines of La-
liaiua is tho happy possessor of a
bouncing littlo boy, born yesterday
Two Chinamen were found guilty
of possessing opium and were lined
one $50 and tho other !?fi0, in tho
Police Court this morning.
From an udvcitibonicnt in another
column wo obeeno that Mr. J. M.
Macdonald has been admitted a pait
ner in the firm of J. 13. Drown it Co.
Tin: crow of 11. 11. M. S. Hyacinth
will attend sorvico at 11 a.m. at St. An
drew's Oatheilial, Sunday, Tho Rev.
II, II. Uowon Will preach tho ser
mon. -7 "-"
A I'on'i.iKiinu at a dinnei in Eng
land icciintly gavo tho following
toast; "Woman, tho best wotk in
Creation! Tho edition is large, and
every man should hnvo a copy."
A umi! tiee-tiiinniing iH needed
om Dcrotania sticet, along tho bus
joule, In several places tlio over
hanging branches come in contact
with tho top of tho bus. Jim Sher
wood had a peregrinating newspaper
serawler pen-liul up on tlio coach
last night, and embraced tho oppor
tunity to diivo under ono of llicio
brandies Tho result was a miss
ing hat tuul a bald bead.
Tin: nlUcira of tho U P. ?. Aleil
nic ii j( lly eel. Some nf them wcro
licic in '82 mid are will acquainted.
FonT Sr. School opens on Monday
morning at nine o'clock. Tho l'nn
cipal reiiuests tho attendance of nil
The lento of 102 acres ofhnd nt
Mutina Valley was sold nt auction ut
noon by Mr. J. F. Morgan, to Cup
tain Clunuy for $150.
The Dillingham party arrived at
Pearl harbor all safe yesterday and
uio having glotions time. They
.return this evening.
The U. S. S. Nipsic loft Callao 43
hours before the Alert. When 20
days out the Aleit passed tho Nipsie
and has arrived hcic uhtad.
SuvuiiAt. of our school teachers
who hae been (pending their vaca
tion in California, will return on
Tuesday by tho Australia.
Mn, Joseph Podmore and Miss
jcnnio jennio iupk win be united nJ
iuaiTiiiKu 11113 evening ai mo parlors
of tho ltonian Catholic Mission.
A HALF-WHiTi: named Robt. Wake
nian, formerly employed by T. H.
Davics it Co., died very suddenly last
Thursday fiom excessive use of alco
A drunken native rolled oil" from a
ten-foot high balcony in Smith's lane,
while sleeping laBt night, but was
not hurt beyond a shaking up and a
One of the baikcntine Euccka's
crew, a youngster hardly in his teens,
deserted hiEl night, but finding Ho
nolulu no place to live without
money, ret tuned to the vessel this
morning and was retained on board.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Band concert at Emma Square,
Organ recital at Kaumakapili
Church at 7:45.
Blue Ribbon League at Y. M. C.
A. hall at 7:30.
Hawaiian Mission Children's So
ciety at residence of Mr. Ricmcn
bclineidcr at 7:30.
AUCTION SALE TO-NIGHT.
HV J. F. MORGAN.
Special sale of new goods, at 7:30
o'clock. Ladies arc invited to at
The usual entertainment by the
Blue Rililion League will be given
this evening at the Y. M. 1 '. A
Hall, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Following is the programme:
Song .. .'
Rev. i: 1). lll-cll
. .Mis t . A. Jieamei
...Mis Maggie I.i-hni.m
Mr. Win. I.ewcis
Vls .Mr lies ry
. ..lion. IT. o. Towii-cmI
Mr. W. J. Forsj'th embarked on
tho Eureka to-daj-, for .San Fran
cisco. The gentleman came here in
May, 1887, and has therefore been
about 10 months in the country.
Three or four months after his ar
rival he was employed by the Ha
waiian Government, for the purpose
of making an inspection of the prin
cipal islands of the group and ic
piuting on their probable adapta
bility or otherwise for the cultiva
tion of cinchona and coffee. The
islands of Hawaii, Maui and Kauai
were visited, and pretty thoroughly
travelled over, soil examined, etc.
The result lias been made manifest
in a lengthy and exhaustive report,
the pith of which is embodied in the
Minister of Interior's report to the
Legislature of 1888, and will prove
of value to any who may be disposed
to" undertake cinchona and coffee
culture in these islands.
During Mr. Forsyth's stay in this
country he has made many friends,
both in Honolulu and on the other
islands, who bid adieu with sinceic
regret. They, including the Bul
letin, will be exceedingly pleased
to hear of Lis success wherever he
may cast his lot. Aloha Nui.
IT IS RUMORED
That there is to be a change in
the Custom House: that there are
a number of marriagable young oill
cers on the U. S. S. Alert: that the
hot weather is about over: that tho
bark Malhias stated by a contem
porary to be duo November 27th lias
been in port two weeks: that the
Portuguese band does not play in
tunc: that there is a lull in politics:
that the ntnateur minstrels are
nearly ready to give a performance:
that the evidence given before the
bribery committee docs not agree
with the shorthand repot ter's ac
count: that leap year catches will
ho thick and fast the next tin uo
mouths : that the next time the duck
shooters return from a day's sport
they will divide their spoil w ith the
Dui.LETiN staff: that Kdaukoa is
still being guarded: that two young
men are after one girl: that cxpcits
ate coming out to inspect the Austin
plantation scheme: that the Vol
cano is still very active: that tho
Hawaiian Chinese newspaper is full
of Interesting news this wc !; : that
whooping cough is dying out: that
tho last quarantine was unnecessary :
that a sailing vessel will arrive be
fore Tuesday with later news : that
there are no more clay pigeons in
town : that Auctioneer Morgan has
joined the Bluo Ribbon League;
that there is a new dude in town,
JL U3 Cilllllll'S,
Mdlid tvi forci,
iiuroh loud uiitiur
u countries, 5 per
Tho Body of a Native Found at Pima,
Terribly Handled. --Arrest or
Two Chinese for tlio
On Sept. 8th, in the columns of the
Bl'i.li-.tin was an item stating the
fact that a school teacher named
Kapahec, leslding in l'uiia, Hawaii,
had been niis-sing hineo the 3d, and
iiotrnio of him could be found.
The steamer W. G. Hall ariived
yesterday afternoon with Mr. A. P.
Peterson, Deputy Alloinex -General,
who has In en alteiuling Court al
Kau. From that gentleman and our
Kau corrci-puinlciii, we present the
following lads which diow that a
most loul murder has been commit
ted. On the 3d of Sept. Kapahec was
waylaid and murdered while on his
way to the residence of Deputy
Sheriff Eldait. Being missed a
scarcli was made, and on the otli his
body was found wedged in between
some rocks about 11 mile fiom whore
it was suppoiod he was waylaid.
The body was in a frightful condi
tion and loo!ud as if it had been
pounded with stones. It. had been
stripped 01 the pnuts. Sheriff Hitch
cock, who was in Kail al the time,
hastened to Puna and at on e began
a thorough invest igniiou. Two
Chinamen were Mispeoted and ar
rested. One of them owns a store
in Puna and it is said had a grudge
against Kapahec, an ex-policeman,
owing to tlio latter having some time
ago taken proceedings against him
for trading without a licence. The
Chinaman Ah Hop by name was
taken to Htlo jail.
Tho other man Ascu, supposed to
be the principal in the affair was ar
rested at Pahala on the 8th inst. by
a policeman and taken to the lock
up at Waiohinu. Oh the following
morning he made his escape and was
making his way seawards when he
was surrounded, and finding escape
impossible, threw himself head first
on the ground several limes. He
was again lodged in jail and tried
to hang himself by means of a
blanket which lie tore up into strips.
The prisoner was prevented from
carrying out his intention, and then
made a statement, confessing that
he had assisted 111 the murder of
Kapahce. lie turd to bring in a
native pu.1i.11r named Kumoku,
who lnd been a witness in llio case
above mentioned, but no impoit
ancc i- a n.dietl o ll.i-s j mt of hit
On the 12th iii'O., Ascu was taken
before Mr. .lusiioe McCully who,
after examination, committed the
prisoner fur tnal to the Novcmbei
term of Court at Wniinca. The fol
lowing day Aseu in charge of Cap
tain Kellibohr was placed on boaul
the steamer V. G. Hall to be
brought to Oahu jail and there con
lined until Ilia trial. Felilbehr slates
that the prisoner acted very strange
ly on the journey from the lock-up
to the steamer.
About an hour after the steamer
left Ilonuapo the prisoner .died.
Everything po-siblo was done to
prolong hm life by Dr. Oliver who
was on boaid but without avail. It
is supposed the man took poison.
Arriving at Kaawaloa the hodj of
Aseu va taken ashore, where Dr.
Oliver icuiovid the stomach, and
the remains wens huiied. The sto
was brought to Honolulu and will be
analysed by Prof. A. B. Lyons of
Wc had a nice rain here last
week, 1 85-100 inches having fallen.
The country is exceptionally
green looking for this time of the
year, and the cane is looking ex
ceedingly well, making prospects
good for next year's crop.
The mill will start up about tho
2lst of this mouth.
Three Chinamen ran away from
the plantation 011 the night of the
1st inst., and have not yet been cap
SUGAR PLANT !
for iE SALE
The Entire Plant of tho
IJUli lUlll UU1UJJUUJ ) ALUIIUIUJ
Is otlVml Kor Sdo The Machinery
is in pcifcct working order
and foiisiut of
One 26x48 Mill with Engine,
Trasli-carrior. Etc., complete
1 Pelrof Boilers GxZO,
1 DoiiMii ElloU G anil 7 foot Pans,
1 V j.'i Pi 1 C led vHh Blako Pump,
3 iiVii'i. uciitriiugals anil Engine,
Togeilirr wiih the u-.mil at ortincnt of
Clariiiers, Clean's Pans, Coolers
And .'ilier M iiiuert- n.unllv found
ill 'I "ull 111 pnilitnl mill.
Al 0. a number of
mm mm 1 11 iiinii inv
CflllM & Isifl Mules,
t auu Ciru A (im ' I'lanta inn
Dollvery will be. slvcn after ncx' irop
lias bum Jiuivc:tcil, my about Jul 1,
EStf Fur further pirllciihrs apply to
Mnnagt'i Mn Mill, Kuliala, lluuiul.
THE ONLY PAPER r-u.i m 11 1
X ci uMh T.,o D.d y ihilloiiu." CO
cents per iuomIj.
ha Jo FidHEL
INVENTORY SALE !
152 dozen Ladies' colored bordered
Handkerchiefs fiOc per doz
81 doz Ladies' unbleached Balbri
Kiiu Hose, silk clockeo and full
finished at 25c
Gents' white linen Shirts, linen bo
boms and cuffs $1
220 doz Gents' full finish Balbrigan
Undershirts, cither long or short
blcevcs, all sizes 45c cacli
Gents' white cotton Undershirts ..
Gents' full finished silk clocked
Hose $2.25 per doz
Our Grand Annual Cash Clothing & Furnishing Sale Commences
limited to Two Weeks Only.
200 Men's Working Pants only S1.00.
200 Men's Working Pants onlv SI. 25.
200 Men's Working Pants only SI. 50.
200 Men's Fine Cassimerc Pants from 8 00.
Men's Ulack Diagonal Suits only $5.00.
Men's Fancy Suits only $5.00 worth 810.00
Men's Fine Cassimere Suits only SO. 00 worth SI 2.50.
Men's Fine Cassitnero Suits only S7.50 worth $!5.00.
.V large lino of Gent's Fino Dress Suiis fit Cost ! A J:ivgo lino oi'Gonfa 0Ni Units :i(. onc-lMU'tho v;;ultir price !
A largo lino or Summer Co.ils nt one-half lho r jriilsir price ! Men's Vhita Lhicu CJrats, $X.25; Pauts, 61.2 " 1
VTTnnX.TCl. f" rVP'f-TT KF ? "v' w splendid selection of these Goods which wc will soil at prices that viU
JL V J JL XJLkJ J JLJV-
All Linen Suits Knee Pants only 75
Hu&olc at tlie 3rieat; J3aig,-n.iiii in lM'eii' Sc Boyst' "Vliite Coloi'ed Sltirts,
Undershirts, Neckties, Collars, Ouffs, Handkerchiefs, Etc., Etc.
Men's k Boys' Hats at Cost, and a Full Line of Ion's I Boys' Shoes !
it Remember this is our Annual Cash Clothing and Furnishing Goods Sale and for Two Week- Only, -"a
XotUtt under t'.( hunt are charged 10 cents
per line for theflrtt imerltun, unit 5 ctnt4 er line
evtnj aiMUloHut Insertion,
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Hear of Lucas' Mill.
IT has heon discovered hy the doctors
that Ciokeii in o Flour is excellent
food for weak ami delicate infants, pre
pared as folio v. One tatiU'Hj.'Ooiif ul of
Cooked Taro Flour mixed wltU 1 pint
of liolllng ii, i k. When cnhl Iced tlio
child with a nursu liUtie. It vill K'ive
a child new life in u few weeks. SJC 3w
fPARO MUSH Feud the Eick ami
A. delicu c persons on Cooked Ta-o
Flour Mush, ni.ido thin and prep i ml
like t.nrn incnl In boiling water, a d
tervud with mi k and bugar. TUh ami- a
an elegant mush. 85!Jiv
rPARO BU ISCU IT MlxTaro Flour
X vciy iluek In boiling water, then
rill in wheal Hour an I loini Into lm.
cult, use a littlo butter at bottom of nan, '
miiear a Utile Duiter over ie lop oi xaro
Itlncuit thib makes a clieap and excel,
lent Turo Cakes. 85 3 w
G RIDDLE CAKE-T..ko half iti
T 11 mi, buir 'I'iiio Klimr, nnu or two
. i:rt, liit'u ball, onutL-a.'poonful of Itoynl
Uiklng.rowdur t u euptul of each,
brtUe or fry on ri hhlle, !J5 Itw
rPARO MUSH Uo 2 talj'espoons.
JL lit) of tncTaro Flour to each per.
Mm ami mix thin, pri-purcd like com
inetfl In ItoilliifT witur, berve warm or
colli wiih milk anil miar Taio M i-li
inn kiand a 'lav w t vn If dKlnd. ii't'iw
TO B "PRINT I NG"orirWiidi txl.
U euttd at Uio Uaixt Bulletik Ofllce.
A vciy la.tjo IMockcf Scfioc!
Genti' linon Collars (slundin? ....
A full lind of nil wool Ovcrshirts
and nil wool Undershirts fiom. . "
Gents' fine Pajntna Suits from. . . .
170 doz Children's colored lloeu..
'. 10c jr pair
Fine Turkith Bath Towels
Linen hand-made Tides ,
Black Silk stripe Grenadine
20." pi .- j ard
Ladies' Jersey Waists, from
" ' jf up
Misses' and Children's llo'-e, full
finish and Silk Clocked in , ink
and blue, from uie 4 to S .
."'i J . i air
We have made a REDUCTION in a!!
Keincnibor this is our last week
CHAS. J. FIS9-3EL,
The Leading Millinery House.
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
EO-.A.IV. c COMPANY.
JL XJLJLX1 J i
.Suits Knee Pants onlv S2.00.
Boys' AH-Wool Suits only 83.50.
ELECTION of OFFICEKS.
THE followiiif? gentlemen have been
duly elected to mrvo as n Ulcers of
tho Mutual Telephone Co. for tlio en
suing year, viz:
11. A. Widenianu Pre-ddcnt,
II. Wuterlioiue Viie President,
C. O. Merger Triabuu-r,
C O. Hergcr Secretary,
W. F. Allen A'mlltor.
O. O. IIKHGKU,
Honolulu, Sept. 7, 1S3-. II 2w
AT the annual men'lng of tlm stock,
holderx of die llilo t-ugi Co. Indd
In Ho 'oliilu, lliis 10 h (lav o .-cpiiiulicr,
IBS'!, llio following ollleeis vverc duly
elei ted to serve during llio i nsuing can
Win. G, Irwlu l'rcihlent,
.Juliu D. Spu'ckale..Yico Pnideiu,
?.- . ry,
"i r. ' r.
Waltei M. O i Hard.
11. M. Whltnov Ji....
W. M. CltFAitlJ.
42 lw Societal, II. m. i o.
ELECTION of OFFICEICS.
T tin a-uuril tM-eting oftlctck.
hohlura i f tlm Mil i h su.. I lu.na.
tlonCo held In llo'.ol do Ciis o b cay
of HertPmbrr, 18-8, tho fol'owni ulll.
crt6 weio duly cleued to icrvo Uuring
the cunning year:
Win. O. Irwin T'rQ.ldent,
John A. Iluek VuiPrei dent.
Walter M (Mr.ird !'.
II, M, Whltmy, Jr V '!::.
W. M. t'll v:'l),
42 lw, ficorctery li V Hu.
HJwbu ILL US
C3 &, 65 FORT -STREET.
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hats, Bojs1 White Shirts,
fi-T AT VERY LOW PRICES ?07
A ful! line of Cinshams I
A Large Assortment
Wc will close
K2-G! K.33A.T 3ra.iSICrC!'X,IOVSa
gJGT" For Gents, Ladies,
150 Men's Fine Pants only S2.50 worth 8-1.00.
175 Men's Fine Pants only So. 00 worth 61.50.
150 Men's Fine P.'uits only SI. 00 worth SG.00.
150 Men's Fine ('aisiinerc Pants from 0.00.
csmtgsxr Or 7k
Men's Fine C i-simero Suits on! . 12.5 ) wo. h 20.U .
Men's Hlue Flannel Suu-J onh $.12.50 rth 520.00.
Men' Hlue Fuglish Si-rgu Suit-, only 812.51 worth S20.00.
i:tc, Etc., Etc.," Etc., Etc. E' j.
Boys' Fine Suits only
V. G. TAGERROOS,
Prnetlrnl AVntrliiiiuld-r A. J-i-lcr,
Has removed to
Late Wm. Turner's Shop, 80 King St.
CSy.SailBfactlon guaranteed o money
rel nailed. 21 2m
Practical 'Watclima'.:er& Eepairor
Gooi work piinriii'ecd. At prctfnt
located at 8. It aliS tailor shop.
Aiur I Dm
71 Hotel, comer Fort Btieet,
His. L. S. BKHHETT, - - ITIucip .
In all if? bimieher.
t3yFor pirticulua addrcfs
kVirs. L- S. Sennett,
74 Hotel S , or (lnii-diil-'li'M II u
blOU, 101 l'nll.Sl.
Mutual, 202'3TLEPH0NEiparBi)lll 30
h, ftslt line of Batiste I
of WMt8 Dress GooOs!
Misses & Children. jgCS
(:; & 5 Fort Street.
September 1st, and is
Panti only S
5.00 and up.
ck Tricot Su
ts, all-wool, only 86. 50
EGAN & CO.
Mr. A. M. Hewett,
I'lirposci leaving l'or the Coast in
October prior to which lie
oilers the whole nf his
nanflsomely Assortel StocK
. i i 'U .tynu will not
1 lli'-ll 1-.L in Uouolui i
1C .ill .
A Uandsome Christmas Pf; ;ent
A. 1: K,m Ki ' if!o.i for Sir. IU ii
goirj' i.i ni -et u.-ii n et.ck as ill
bull the mot fjsildcnuH an
turpi ho our little city.
f5T"All n.irllr. nn.r lrnl(-lltnl blm
i- pei ifi.i.r r-fjjujiitd ti -iiHke
.lu.iri'iu siiiilmmut .5 8m
F YOU FIND ANVYHIf-.' ,
. adronUo it in the Daily iivi stim
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