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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10, 18S8.
Stun- Knaln from Waistline ami Wnlalun
Stmr lwnhini front llitinal.na
aimr U K lti1io from ICoohUi
Stmr .las JInkce for Knpaa
VESSELS LEAVING TOMORROW.
Bgtne W U Irwin for San Friuielco
lik J.atly Lniunson for tan Francisco
Stmr Kiiitlii lor Walalna ami Walannc
al 'J it in
For Muni and Hawaii, iier plainer Kt
nan, Oct !) .Miss Helen Wilder, O L
SVIght, Airs I' b Lyman, Kriieat Lyman,
Miss Ostiom, T It Keyword), .1 S Webb,
Mrs Aliona and -1 eliildien, It I llore, Y
Alan. Chun See. A M Seihnjroour, H
Kniliulani, and aboul 50 dock.
For Kauai and Xiihati, per steamer
Mllialiala, Oct l Mr Gandall, wife and
son, Alis Oandall. .) 11 Kaiwi, .1 F
llaclifeld, Miss IIuw-k, and about GO
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Iwalani ISL't bags sugar.
Kuala 175 bays Mt"ar.
The briganthie W U It-win will wait
for the arilval of tin steamer CK JJishop
from Koolau. The mailing of the Irwin
has been put off until to-morrow.
The steamer Iwalani will sail on Fri
day al i) a in for Ilauiakua.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
G. and N., new engagement.
Uoston "Gi oilers" at the
An educated woman
Anotuki: Portuguese newspaper is
soon to be started in Honolulu.
Tin: Hawaiian jurors were each
supplied with a fan this morning.
Tintix passengers left for the Vol
cano on tho W. G. Hall yebteulay.
Tin-: now card of the Mutual Tele
phone Company has 5S7 numbers on
It is reported that several cases of
pistols recently arrived here con
signed to Chinese.
At Harry Saylor's coffee saloon a
hot dinner is provided every day
from 11 :!i0 to 1 o'clock.
OtiAS. Turner, the hack driver,
charged with furious and heedless
driving has been acquitted.
JfuxT Wednesday the regular
quarterly meeting of the Pacific
Hardware Company will ho held.
The sale of stationary at the store
of A. M. Howell litis morning at
tracted quite a number of buyers.
Kahkm: was found guilty of extor
tion in the Bupieino Court yesterday,
and sentenced to fifteen months at
Mk. Jeremiah Yandeibilt Simoii
son, Jr., purposes leaving on the
bark O. J). Bryant for the benefit of
Tun exhibition of pictures at G
W. Maefnrlano it Co.'s store on Fort
stieet,' will be open to the public
Mit. John Good, Assistant Port
Surveyor, and Miss Chilherg, Millin
er, will bo married Thursday evening
in a quiet maimer.
Tin: thermometer registered yes
terday, at Palama, u cooler locality
than Honolulu proper, 01.5 in the
shade. This is thu highest of tho
season t-u far.
A ti:i.i:i'Honio message leceived at
noon states that tho bteamer Joint A.
Cummins was' fast in the mud at
Ileeia. She is expected to float off
with the tide.
Tin: sale of horses and
at noon lo-nioriow by L.
some good back noises
broken to harness and saddle. Tho
carriages aie all in good condition.
Tun ladies of the Central Union
Church, will hold their usual month
ly social in the church parlor:, Thurs
day evening, at 7 :!i0 o'clock. Theio
will bo a short literary and musical
programme. A cordial invitation is
extended to all.
AN OPIUM SMOKER.
Jim Crow, is the name of a native
who has appeared in the Police
Court on many occasions for various
offences. This morning ho was in
the dock on a charge of having
opium in possession. A native po
liceman found Jim last night enjoy
ing a quite smoke and arrested him
along with the paraphernalia used
in that business. Crow used to be
a boat boy, but opium has got the
best of him, and it seems as if he
could not get along without it. His
verylooks betray biiu. The judge fined
him 850 with fifteen days imprison
ment at hard labor. Tlie outfit used
by Jim was in a very dirty state,
showing that the nativo is not quite
such an adapt in the handling as the
jly9tio Lodge No
2 K. of P.,
Services at tho churches, nt 7
Oahu Lodge No. 1 K. o P.,
AUCTION SALES T0-?n0RH0W.
nv I.. .1. I.IWI'.Y.
At 12 o'clock noon, 33 shares of
capital stock of the Kawailoa Ranch
Company. Also at the same time
hacks, harness, hack horses, sulky,
On Friday evening ncxtr, the 12th
inst., Sir. Justice Dole will give a
practical talk to young men in the
Y. M. C. A. parlors at 7:30 o'clock.
Subject: "The clement of success."
All young are cordially invited to
Wkijnusday, Oct. 10th.
Klikai and Kanaholo were each
fined SO for drunkenness.
Manuela, Afat and "Wailanm,
charged with perjury, were remand
ed to the 12th.
Jim Crow was fined 850 with 15
days at hard labor, for having opium
MUTUAL TELEPHONE COMPANY.
A special meeting of the Mutual
Telephone Company was held this
morning with a full attendance.
The by-laws were altered so that win
future meetings will be held when a
majority of the stock is present.
The balance of the stock some 18,
000 was taken up at par. The Com
pairy is in a nourishing condition
and will probably pa' a dividend
At 2:30 o'clock this afternoon a
horse attached to a carriage belong
ing to Dr. C. M. Hyde, ran away
from a store on Nuuauu street. The
Doctor was about to enter the car
riage when the animal made a sud
den start throwing the Doctor to the
ground, cutting his head rather
badly in several places, the blood
flowing freely. The doctor was
picked up and taken to his home.
The horse was stopped by Frank
Ferreira, a Portuguese, without any
damage being done to tho carriage.
This makes the tenth runaway Fer
reira has stopped.
FIFTH ORCAN RECITAL.
Fol Ion-ins is the programme of
the fifth organ recital at Kaumaka
pili church, Thursday evening, Octo
ber 11th, at 7:-15 o'clock.
ICaumakapili March In F Major
W ray Taylor
Evening Prayer Smart
Mr. Wray Taylor.
Song The Valley of Shadow.-!.... I5ani
Miss Mabel lthodes. Violin obligate iv
Lieut. K. It. Pears, It. X.
Offertoire in U Major Wcly
Mr. Myron II. Jones.
Song Echoes Shelley
Itev. A. I). Bis-sell.
Fantasia Pastorale W. T. Ke,t
Grand Offertoire in F Major.... BatUte
Mr. Wray Taylor.
Song The Waiting Heart Tony
Miss Fredciiuka .T. Xolte.
Cujus Aiiimam (Stabat Mater).. Rossini
31 r. Jones.
Trio Largo H amid
Violin, Lieut. Pears. Violincollo, lay
Taylor. Organ, Myron Jone.
Anthem E Ilooiiani Maon
KaumakapiH Church Choir.
War March (Atltalic) MendeKsuhn
Mr. Wray Taylor.
Hawaii Ponoi. .
Tin: kino v. kaiii:i.i: Tin: .it: no it's
ADDUl'.SS AND Till: SKNTKNCi:
OI" Tim COUKT.
Kahcle having been found by the
jury in the Supreme Court yester
day guilty of the offence of extor
tion in the second degree, the
Court, Mr. Justice McCully, on his
being arraigned for sentence, said :
I am very sorry to see you, my
neighbor, in this position, and I am
very sorry for your wife and eight
children, but it was for you to have
considered them before committing
the offence. II is clearly proved,
and not denied by you, that on the
night of July 21 you being the local
policeman of Moiliili, got together a
company of eight Ilawaiians and a
Chinaman and took them to the
premises occupied by eleven China
men who run a rice plantation. You
posted your men about the house
and then entered it yourself. You
claimed that they were smoking
opium, and called j-our men inside
to help you arrest them. You and
they, by your orders, most insult
ingly and unnecessarily tied the Chi
namen together In couples by their
queues, then took them out upon
the road and marched them half a
mile to a cow pen. Then you de
manded that they should pay you
sevcuty dollars as the price of their
liberation, employing your Chinese
confederate as interpreter, your cap
tives not understanding sufficient
Hawaiian for this business, There
was nothing for them to do in their
ignorance of everything except that
you were an officer of tho law, and
in their helplessness, guarded per
haps not very gently, and in the
dead of night, but to comply with
your demand if they could. They
had not the money with them, and
if the testimony of one of them is
true you had already stolen fifteen
dollars when you searched iheir
house, so it was arranged that one
of their number released for this
purposo should he taken iuto town
Drill Co. C
by you in a i archive, with &o your
Chineao onfederale and r:toiprc!nr.
After the drive of nearly thiuo
miles to town, at two o'clock in the
morning you brought hiin to the
house of the Chinese agent of this
company. Ho goes in, htales the
urgency of the case, that all hands
are in this miserable custody, and
that ho is waited for outside tho
door, and obtains tho demanded
ransom. Driving back, this money
is counted out and paid to you and
you fairly kept your word and let
them go home. One of tho natives
whom you had called in to help you,
suggests that this money is good
evidence in the case anil that you
should keep it safe in your pocket.
You tell hint that ynu know some
thing better than that, and bid him
call at your house in the morning.
There was "honor among thieves,"
and you then paid him seven dollars,
his tenth. You had no light if you
made an arrest to demand money as
a condition of release. It was not
bail, and ynu could not have de
manded or 1aken bail, and this you
must be held to have wdl known.
A more clear and flagrant case of
the extorting of money, corruptly
and for his own benefit, by a public
officer, under color of his oilicial
authority, cannot well be found. I
am very desirous to apportion your
punishment, within the law, fairly to
the circumstances of the case. In
my view it is an aggravated cae of
wrong and insult. It savors of
highway robbery or brigandage.
The sentence of the Court is
fifteen months imprisonment with
hard labor, but without costs.
SUPREME "COURT OF "fKE HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS OCTOBER TERM.
Hi'.roin: M'CUM.Y .t.
TrusuvY, Oct. 9 th.
Kahananiti vs. Kahananui. Di
vorce. Ordcted that defendant by
Saturday next pay S7." witness
and expenses, and 52o for
ance of plaintiff.
The King vs. Kahelc. Extortion,
second degree. Tried by Hawaiian
Jury; verdict of guilty as charged,
two jurors dissenting. Sentenced
to 15 mouths' hard labor; no costs.
AVr.nNi:si)AY, Oct. 10th.
The King vs. Timoteo, Iloli, Ka
holokahiki, Kantii, Daniela, Kaluna
and Josepa. Conspiracy, second
degree. Defendants committed Sept.
1, 1888, by Police Court, Honolulu,
to this Court ami term for trial,
were arraigned Oct. o, 1888, on an
indictment and separately plead not
guilty. Prosecution ask leave and are
allowed by the Court to rate a nolle
prosequi as to defendant lloli. On
motion of prosecution, all who served
on yesterday are excused from Jury
of to-day in this matter. Dcing tried
before a Hawaiian Jury. Deputy
Attorney-General A. P. Peterson
and V. V. Ash ford for crown ; J. L.
Kaulukou for Iosepa, S. K. Knca
lor other six defendants.
Al 2:15 the jury rendered a ver
dict of acquittal against all the de
fendants. THE JiATlOfiAL ARMAMENT.
Tn an article on the national ar
mament, in which it is forcibly
shown that in neither our navy nor
our army are we abreast of the
times, the Daily Telegraph says it
is absolutely clear that by the adop
tion of business-like methods, with
in two j ears the naiional armaments
could be placed in such a condition
that all peril would be removed, and
threats of war and invasion provoke
no fear-, lor the safety of the om
pire. '1 ho national short-cut to ef
ficiency, according to the last Com
mission, is to stop officials experi
menting and jobbing to invent and
construct weapons and material of
war. Supplemented to this is the
advice to depend far more largely
on private skill and enterprise.
"If this were done ten or twelve
thousand rilles a week could he
made in Great Britain; scores in
stead of three or four ironclads;
and hundred instead of less than one
dozen big guna in the course of a
year, with thousands of smaller
ones." f Home News.
AN INTERESTING IETTER
AS this is Jubilee 3-ear it lends to
make one look back and think
of the (light of time, and in this vii3'
I am reminded that I am one of the
veterans in tho sale of 3-our valua
ble and successful medicine. I
have sold it from the veiy first, and
have sent it into every couiitt'3' in
England' and many parts of Scot
land. Well do I remember the
(list circular you sent out some nine
or ten years ago. You had como to
England Iroin America to introduce
Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup,
and 1 was struck by a paragraph in
which you used these words:
"Being a stranger in a btrago laud,
I do not wish the people to feci that
I want to take tho least advantage
over them. 1 feci that 1 have a
remedy that will euro disease, and
1 have so much confidence in it that
I authorise my agents lo refund tho
money if people should sa3' that
they have not benefitted by lib use."
I felt at once thai you would never
Buy that uiileis the medicine had
merit, and I applied for the agency,
II step whluh I now look back upon
with prido and satisfaction.
Ever siuco that time I have found
It by fnv the bast romedy for Indl
geslion and Dyspepsia I lmvo met
with, and I have sold thousands of
bottles. It has never failed in any
caso whero there were any of tho
following symptoms: Nervous or
sick headache, sourness of the sto
mach, rising of the food after eat
ing, a sense of fulness and heavi
ness, dizziness, bad breath, slime
and mucus on the gums and teeth,
constipation, and yellowness of the
eyes and skin, dull and sleepy sen
sations, ringing in tho ears, heart
burn, loss of appetite, and, in short,
wherever there are signs that the
systems is clogged, and tho blood is
out of order. Upon repeated in
quiries, covering a great variety of
ailments, my customers have always
answered, "1 am better," or "I am
pcrleolly well." What I have sel
dom or never seen before in the
case of any medicine is that people
tell each other of its virtues, and
those who have been cured say to
the suffering: "Go and get Mother
Seigel's Curative Syrup, it will
make you well." Out of the hun
dreds of cures I will name one or
two that happen to come into my
Two old gentlemen, whose names
they would not like me to give you,
had been martyrs to Indigestion
and Dyspepsia for many years.
They had tried all kinds of medi
cine without relief. One of them
was so bad he could not bear a
glass of ale. Both were advised to
use the Syrup and both recovered,
and were as hale and hearty as men
in the prime of life.
A remarkable case is that of a
house painter named Jeffries, who
lived at Pcnshurst, in Kent. His
business obliged him to expose him
self a great deal to wind and weath
er, and he was seized with rheuma
tism, and his joints soon swelled up
with dropsy, ' and were very stiff
and painful. Nothing that tho doc
tors could do seemed to reach the
seat of the trouble. It so crippled
him that he could do hardly any
work, and for the whole of tho win
ter of 1878 and '70, he had to 'give
up and take to his bed. Ho had
been aflheted in this sorry way for
three years, and was getting worn
out and discouraged. Besides, he
had spent over 13 for what he
called "doctor's stuff" without this
least benefit. In the Spring he
heard of what Mother Seigel's Cura
tive Syrup lias done for others and
bought a 2s. Od. bottle of me. In
a few days he sent me word he was
much better before he had finished
the bottle. He then sent to me for
a -Is. Gd. bottle, and as 1 was going
that way I carried it down to him
myself. On getting to his house
what was my astonishment and stir.
prise to find him out in the garden I
weeding an onion bed. I could
hardly believe my own eyes, and
"You ought not to be out here,
man, it may be the death of 3-011,
after being laid up all winter with
rheumatism and dropsy."
His reply was: "There is no
danger. The weather is fine, and
Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup has
done for me in a few da3'8 what the
doctors could not do in three years.
I think I shall get well now."
He kept on with the Syrup, and
in three weeks he was at work again,
and has had no return of the trou
ble for now nearly ten years. Any
medicine that can do this should be
known all over the world.
(Signed) Rurrjirr Giiaiiam,
Of Graham & Son.
IIolIoway House, Sunbury,
June 25th, 1887.
The above wonderful cure of
Rheumatism was the result of the
remarkable power of Mother Seigel's
Curative Syrup to cleanse the blood
of the poisonous humours that arise
from Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup
is for sale by all chemists and 111c
dicino vendors, and 1)3' tho proprie
tors, A. J. White, Limited, !$5,
Farringdon Road, London, Kng.
or 2 Comfortably Fur.
nished Kooms at 82 per
week. Also, 1 Elegantly Fur.
nished" Hoom suitnhle for two young
men. Apply No. 8 Union street, tit) lw
HAVING been appointed by H. II. II.
l'riuet-ss Liliuokabni to bo col.
k-cwr of all reu's due of her land?,
therefor-, notice m hereby given to nil
tenants and leasees to pay all rents to
mo ut JCnpulamu, Honolulu, Oahu, at
the time and (lute bpecitled in nil the
leases, and I am alone authorized to
give receipt for the mime. Parties com
inj; to pay their rents will please take
nonce that they must bring their lust
icceiptB with them.
Honolulu, Octobers, 1888. 07 2w
PER "W. S. BOWNE.
Hay, Grain, Feed & Floor.
Hard Brick & Lime !
FOR SALE CHEAP BY
J. F. CGLBURN & CO.,
05 Queen Htreet. J.lw
Aoticowiicrlui luiiJ 'in
ch fffi-rf 111
per line for tUt first insertion, iintt i cents per tin
SOMETHING OLD1 But wry
good to cat Bolton Crollm to.
day at tho "Klllo." (iS It
Kcurof Lura-' Mill.
office will bec'n-cd fioin Hon fin
ber 122nd to October 27th, duiiuit
my absence from the Kinadom.
M. E. GHOSSMAN,
3(3 tf Dentist, W Hotel fit.
JSoMiefcliing' Nev? !
Whose "ad" Is it? Why,
Who has opened 11
Coffee Saloon, oil Hotel Street.
A Hot Dinner is piovMed Every
Day from 1 1 :80 .. M. to 1 r. M.
tSTCotiio and try his ColTec, Lto.a
Wm. O. Atwater,
Si icon son.
Olllce, : Honolulu Iron Works Co.
so pt-2'J ly
rpHE TAHITI AERATED WATERS have
JL the greatest possible purity in the
method of preparim; the gas and the
superior ipialily of the water u.ed. The
gas undergoes the purifying process of
passing; through the water of a GO cnl.
Ion tank, before being admitted to the
silver-lined retort in which the liquors
am confined ; and the water Is from an
artesian well. There in 110 surface water
used in the manufacture; no vegetable
decay; no animal matter; no germs of
disease; nor any impurity whatever.
Absolute purity of gus and water make
the liquors rest in the weakest of
stomachs at all times; the machinery al
the SUNNY SOUTH FACTORY is kept seiu.
pulously clcn, and operated by steam
power; and, the bottles being on the
valve principle requiring no corks, the
use of corkscrews is avoided. Au'itl.ir
important consideration in the use of
-ralve-bottles is that no metal is used in
ESTDcpot 28 Merchant Street, Ilono
lulu. J. E. BKOWN & CO.
BY THE S. S. ZBALAHBIA.
kvr j. v
CHA3. J. F3SHEL,
Will receive a fine line of
Lace Curtains !
And a general assortment
Which wo will oli'or at vory
CHAS. J. FflSMEL,
The Leading Millinety Hou-io.
Cocnor of Fort & Hotel Israels.
111 Sis? $ E ViP B
63 and (55 ' PORT STREET
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hals, Boys' White Shirts,
mar at vbuy low puices j&8
A full line of Ginghams I
Afuit line of EJatiste I
A Large AssortiflafltiiflltB Dress Gooils!
We will closu
-C&EAT REDUCTION 3l
j5S" For Gjnts, L-idieg,
(J.. & iio Fort Stroot:
JGXS-JN &: COMPANY.
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ti H H
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a V n
Pppf h lira
!o he M In air
y ''La'ly Laiispi'-n,"
00 Bbls of Fine Red Salmon,
Pioneer Shin Factory
Of Honolulu, No. 17 Emma St.
The umlei-ii!i cd l'e.-s to inform tho
public of these I.'himlh that he is m.ikir. g
Whirl w ly ;MoriMiiisineiL. I
Directions for self-meiisuremeiit will
be .';iver. on application.
White Slrirls, Oversliirts & Night Gowns
A 111 guarantee by mulling 11 Mnnph
blilrt to every order.
Island ordor solicited Dell Tclcphono 4 10
A. 38. 3IKM.IW.
I B W U B
m k L
Of Oanlon, Ohio, U. S.A.
Invlug etttbli-lul mi Aqrncy lo this
(Jliy for the tine ol tlmir inui u.
f.ieturo , ! th ivto
3 u massed bv RSone
In their line in the wuild, an oppnnti
nitj luoll'iri'd lo al1 loqulrinjr protec
tion oflholr Valuuhlet lioin Fire mid
TJiefl to mpply thetnsclvta on terms
which defy competition,
$W Yat pautoular lnn,ulre at (J
Ko- 3d Men lm t , UonoJqJi ,13, 1.
h a uui M
out at !
Muses & Children. g
as ft v
- rj ij
store in tin Kinpjei !
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TARO FLOUR I
Tho o '.hi 'lit r Tiro Flour or Poi, in
lurclsim lrqncs-cd lo Ting up
rilullial liBO'tSaTETEPUONESSTBoll 325
.Vh.-a the r m clefs vill be promptly
.'))" fiitun'leil to. Ira
IToi-f fe' roc! , above Hotel.
r irtnit. Cui Inn S;.e, 0 per dozen.
'Ckiri tf ze. il per dozen.
island & Samoan Viewa
$1 per do.en.
" For purchasers of moro than a
fiin;;lc dozen a reduction of $1 on each
dozen is nuult. 09 lm
I'urpotoi leaving for the Coast in
October prior to which ho
oilers thu whole of his
Haii-asomcly Assortea Stock:
Do not ho alarmed that you will not
be able to purchase in IIouolulu
k Handsome Glivistraas Present
A" in flan Franchco for Mr. Ilewett is
golo" t ) select sin h a ttoek us will
nut the mo-t fusllileims and
surpiUe our little city.
OrAli partlea now imicbtt'd
r 'p40lfull.v i siiiiestt d to
li Bit4inta a'ltleaimt.
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