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Publication n , s u sf M.r'hanf tri Hit- ,
tnrlal room. t i A F.irt tl it
i ilnerl'M-rsi in I Ay rtleera will o'mh- nrtdn.,
T.IOS O THUUM, I'nlrtlnliT i-l Provr!f.
All nsir-r fr the Saturday PrM shooM r
ad.lrt-ti' i'.h- " SATURDAY rUttSS. '
N i-in i'm, ivntsof rftfil trirstrhf B
thi other '111 is veUlnl-Mjrs b thutkfu'.ly rct-Slfterl
ft r tmlillratlmt Corrwimnrlr ' r rMOMttrt W
pp -nd H'-'r r i inms to o.iitirircAtirrn,
not for rml !' i s-eMariir, hut at a fnariTi-e
tli tiitvn' -tlnt In Kissxl (allli.
PttBlsUARY i, rM,
sai ' iy.
rnnr DoWrfil H mffitrlrtg from rh' iiiUb-
T i. liothel Sntt'Uy SehrMt ;h ve ptertfi
in jr I'uiuliou to-tiny,
li-i'i..rio wire was ran to the ftusriian
it in ii ir Inst TtteMhy.
v. Im-lty lt, the ijth imwnt, wet tfte
l.n'liiljy ol Attralwin I.ificoln.
1 hen m no meciing of the Stock Hrwtl
cr vi)citlon l(wt Somrday rrfefht.
I t I. Uyrltf rUl lend thpgrwpel leni
I ti.mrr mc ting ot the Uethd llil rvertilig.
i !i,i lit'i ii dudded tn glc Merchant Rtreet
inj.iidnni width nf 45 feet, frrmi MhhIchI ll.ill
! Numnti flteeti
Mr ' lam "preck1 tehttnn tn Sin Frandf
1 111 iinptnvnl health, lie will tetorn by the
Ahtnnla in lire ueelfn.
V ly of wl litlu wlrieli pirtnitiiAbl) en
ctpcfl uom trt(ralIsiviJtep rreentl) mmint;
hti. h-c feen "iloinu" the town,
Ilierr i inie flpproprlale Si. Vnlenllne's
r .iditii'nn this pige thin iwitc Some lenp
yi-ir trailing will lie piloted next week.
filn ( Jumife J111I1I, Atmrnc) General Npu
tn nn ami Mr J. M. n,t!Joii wem to fttlend
tl. Kth.i1 .1 itcuit Con ft It TuejkJay.
I' .fi !i.ir AleModer Bve an intrrwtlng talk
on ' 1 10 i.l.in t.i snnll but Appreciative .iu
ill .11 the rele of Dt J. M Whitnej
Mr Crutnn's Ihemet Sunday will be. In the
morning, Gnd Forlvenm Uniiersal; and
ia the evening, A I'ebgion of Wotdi w. A
Kell;ton of Life.
1 lie farewell wtmon by Ke. I'athrr lion
chaid, on Crace, w:u ptrached at the Koman
C allmhc Cathedral lat Sunday night, to 3
rdephunic commiinic-itliin bctHeen Di.v
11K1111I Head and this city wm cut nlf diiting
tlu itorm IahI Mnndiy and could not lie re
Murnl fur several hour.
Mr, Prank llai;ol, of the new director), ic
cunlly relurncil from Hawaii, whre lie had a
very successful canvassing seaiion, lias jjone to
Knui 011 a Minilar errand,
A third atseiimcnl "I $2,503 ilnre is now
due 011 Multiil Tejephone stock) and n work
will !.oon be aclficly begun it is important tint
the money be forthcoming promptly.
Mr, Max Kohm has painted a Mrikint; sign
for Mr. Max Kckart's jewelr) store, now occn
iyiii( tin premises where fornicri) Mr. Pres
ton had his law office and Mr, Webb hi- ac
Mr. 1 1. IliteheneL. of llilo. mv r. t.,,so
Ilaw-niianolhc comoliment of savin- that it
out-lit to be no -..ell circulated as to reach eM.rv
lort.tKi.ese in every plantation In all the isl- tl,c cae '-''"'" ) '"- "f two Mem, con-ands-or
words to that effect. neC.le;1 w,,h a ,10ronW' "''-""l. In inB both ,,,..
Music-Doctor Merger brought with him 'he
score of C. MillockcrV"The IUgger Sltidtnt,"
which will sbortl) be presented to Unnoluland
bearers "under our popular maeUn's peerless
taUi" as the usual criticeltc liath it.
Messrs. Ashley & SViseman hive dittulvcd
partnership, the former cnrr)ing on bis custom
bouse brokerage and Wells, Vargo A Co.'s
ngenc), as before and the laltcr retaining his
real estate and gvneral .lgeuc) and brokerage
The Alameda will probabl) return with a
new First officer, a new doctor and a new stew
ard Dr. Falconer has a good clunce in
I'etalunia, California. Mr. Hawthorne wilt
go to China. Mr. Dexter may e.o into busi
Captain Hope, of the Ilrilith man-of-war
Champion, who was killed by a fill from his
horse in tin-, cit) on June 1 1, I S3 J, is to have
a handsome stone erected over his grave in the
Niimtnu Ceinettry. The monument, of red
sandstone, cmue by the Kale.
Mr. Ralph Merry vvai. 0110 of the arrlvtU by
the Miuiiosa, una visit to 11 brother im Ha
wall. Mr, Merry w is here in tSjo, a sailor
before (lie mast on the New Hcdfoid whaler
Hector, Capt. Morse. Mr. Mcrr)' liveliest
i-incuibrance of the place is a dinner of roatt
dog he had u bile ties e.
The W. 11. Ueed will lave uily next week
foi her soundings trip to .Mplokai, She was
coaling Thumb) During the latter pari of
the week vmndlng sinkers were made at the
iron works. An interesting rcpott from Captain
JaeVson is oxjiectcd, at the work Is new in
lint tegiou of tha chibe.
Hie lliilletin calls timely notice In the un
pleasant fact that sonic of the IhmiU boriowcni
of llie guv eminent library have not lieen suffi.
tlenliy prompt in retutning valuable volume
now absent fiom the hclve. Tbe govern
nicnl hbraiy is a good niieleiu for n valuable
colli-Mioii and ought lei Ikt protected.
lonk pu'iiitoa on Fori jlreet will
tHTiipy I l.i) u$ feet fiontage between the
Wilder building and 1'ckait't jewelry store,
and will run luck Co feet. The Anna Is ex
peeled I" bring .iO,uo bricks, and others will
be rushed over. Until) In its pepnancut ipur
teis the new lunk will do chilly an exchange
1'illu.r by accident or design Iwp of tl'c
tiutxls on Uiard the ICaptohnl vvetcttirnejl on,
full force, while the vevsel was lying in the
hailr last Sunday in irniiig, and the little
steamer .so tilled with water (hat she was in
danger of kinking. The favt was discovned,
however, Ufoic ifituijlanage h-vd )kcii dune.
Cu plain Kolhfost of the Hawaiian liaik Kale
and the Invt ullicer and Mew .ml of the wmo
veviel, lave lcen victims of lead txtltoniiig,
supp.iicd to lie the nwult of eating OhxI cookeil
in leaden utensils during lite rtcnt voyage
here from litem!!. Thay all went to ihe hos
pital last Saturda) where they are doing well.
'Ihe Honolulu friends vif Mis. J. I). Strong
will be glad In hear that the article nhu vvtotf
foi l.ippuic.itt' miganne watvo well received
In ban 1'iaiicUco that Messrs. J. A. Hoftmin
& 1.0.. the tian 1'ianciM.o agtuts. were unable
In suppl) the demand. The AlU rcpubllsll
ttu'jiiticU fiulic minu. the llutialions
am' tM a vvliole i-lllon on the strength of It,
'Die gentle mauling win) Is mrsponsihly ie
.pomibto Tor the local uoik inn discstnmnl,
contemporary has been pleaseil to t.pcak of 11
rev nil publication of Mr, Davulvm's ad
drcMtolhe jury in Ihe lluikle in jucsl a aj
,"tlufi." If he will consult a grami-mhj
nu) l able to understand why Ihe "weekly
jwpei did not eppy his bungled icpoit.
J , l m in i i 't ' i
-' t I 'tin in np'rc h 1 n
ssjt'iiln ' n i loser i' lrtr.'s In infvntitfi
It l when ht-r pretty fingers eh; .m the mos
quito ihii hn bn FmtittrftiJI the Iwrk nf rttf
trex It, Ami rrrlr. hint up slowly ami luxurlntrsly
ini'i plii. This irtrcs not ipply her -trw
Honolulu girl let him Mte lot a white am)
titer ransom witti him on the ortrtrmlty of
liri nlilng the eigrifh trmmfHlmeM,
Mr. SlwtrUrrrt set&t nothing by the Vm
mull hrwt the comhw of the firfomer enm
r hitMritint hm Mfatt lb nteftltwr snlM lie
1 ti, rjanilrntnirr RVrfc-r thm he mm wwigonw
lie coviM ttmtnRe it tn have llierti wfth Hi hefm
lung. The Hem Jni( their coming In the Im
Prew we l-tvaecl tipon t nfffHer ennmnwt
men! fhit Mr. enrt Air, tlrbwnef hid Accepted
a good engagement fn ptajr in N'e York.
There may 1 time, hneer, for litem to come
Mr, Mas. TanMes, maniger nftlir Ich! thh,
Sun KrancincoV chief more for the Mle if
Jeiiii-..f jpjoil ', lift yesti piny by the Mnripos.
While here, ml during n trip to Mum, .Mr.
I'aubles merle itnd renewed many pleannl
ncqoeinrinm. IVudlm Itelng an authority im
Jap-inrse imlanttial art, Mr. Taubles is film an
Rnlhorily on art generally, being one of the
best respected critics of painting in Snn ''rtfi
Cisco. He I also a writer of lecof-nfted
abil ty ; nnd will donhtlrn contribute noine
ititng of value coticernlhg lltnd affairs to some
one of the San I'tanciicn Mwra,
Coronation (Jay was celebrated It Tiiemii)
In the folkming initmcri 'lhe Imud nalitlnl
King l'at:iuk .it the ftalaio birrikfust hour.
At noon it p.os were fired fioiii the govern
ot' lattery. At a p. m. tbe tegukire and vol
itnteen lotiau'd at ihc Itarrackn. The king
and several officers spoke. After lh- louau
the king, llu lmnd and several ftlcniU seren
aded the quern t the king's boat hmtse. In
the eening there was a concert at Knumaka
pill Church, native voicea and nithe melodic
currying out jnd eonttilutiiig tlic programme.
During the diy the I'ustian man-of-wir
I'nsboijnick ilretMed ship in honor of the oc
occasion. Capt. J. C. Aintwnrth, bo nrriscxl by the
Mariposa last week, was one of the founders of
the Oregon Steam Navigation Coinpan),
merged with the Oiccon Railway and Navi
gation Company when Villard bought into the
load. Mr. Alnsworth, long considered one
of the ablest and mini enterprising of Oregon
ians, is now a resident of Alameda Counly,
California, and Ihc owner of one of that
county's lut chest homes. Captain Alnsworth
is leinembered with g.ntitudi b temperance
people for his .irtion ( when President of the
Oregon Sti un Navigation Coinpan) in 1S7S
or '70) in binhliing the public bars from the
river Ikkus and stcauicrs under liN control,
Mr. C. C. Colcnuu ha just fitiMicil a
model of his cane planter, which goes by the
Marlpriu, consigned to Mr. J. Y. Gilmore,
editor r.f the Louliiani Sugnr Howl, who will
probably exhibit it in the Woild'k Cotton Kx
hibitinti to be held in New Orleans next fall.
The present machine h.13 a great improvement
over the old one, in having two rolls, instead
of one as formerly, which plant two rows of
cane side by side in the mine furrow. If pre
fn red only one row need be planted. The
present machine is ali much lighter than the
foimcr, and lia the plow attached to the front
axle, the rear axle litiiig connected by a strong
bul "C" "'00,c "CL" ll,e "n,!:r l' " H'
I "' - "') "ironR enough to carry the
! Ca,,C l,OX,", "u canc 'n,e c0' rinl uf
. ai,ii-,ii,ii aim mic iu.Jiii.iis io atijusi us acuon
to the course of. the larrovv.
The model is
neat and attractive.
The Mariposa sailed yesterday
The ICale and lolani arc still at anchor' in
the Mrcuu. '
The American lurk Ce)lon h at Hrevvcr &
Co. wharf disehaigmg.
Arrived at Astoria, Jinuar) 29th, Dritish
liark I lent) James, hence.
The Alameda will be due from S.m Fran
cisco next Frid.ty at noon,
The British ship Abenstwith Castle, sailed
yesterday for Portland, Oiegon,
The Australia will be due from h)dne), en
route to S111 Krnncisco to-morrow.
Arrived at Fort lllakely, January 2ylb,
American barkentine Amelia, hence.
Departure, from San Francisco fur Honolulu,
January 25th, American bark Ciilnrien : Jan-
uar) 2Stli, American scheniner Anna.
The American bark Spartan, after a long
Stay in port, Killed last Wednesday for Hong
kong. In port February Isl, Honolulu, bark D, C.
.Murray, barkentlnes I.ureka, W II. Diinond
Sailed fiom New York, Jriituaty sSlh.Ameii'
can lark Amy Turner for Honolulu, via Boston,
would leave 1ostdn, f.ir this ort, February
1 at Ii to 15th.
1 he American whaling lurk Ohio, came into
oit on Wcdinsday and discharged her nil,
and went outside again, mid sailed )esterday
for n cmise and NoriU,
ie IHIiri' iaiinili.
There it tt be a new government school
building at l.ihue, Kaipt,
A Japanc h reporlcj) kl)f bj a native at
v arnica, in a jealous quarrel.
Twtlve (f ihe mounfwl pulieouitdci Captain
Haley arrived at Kahulul, Miui, on the 6th
A Knli.ih correspondent writes 1 "'Ihe
weather is line, and toad are dry again." Mr.
,. 11. vine nas onme HacK wnU some
good hvirsgs, for another Sfawn in Kohala,
Succes to him."
It is rctorld tint a negro named 1 lamer.
gciurall) kiMwnas "llig lien." shot a l'orn
gue. lJrr st HnnoUa, llawaU, 00 trie b'th
but., and Ihen look oison. Neither uffeier
wasrspected to live
An accident occurred on the Kahulul rail
toad this week. A lumber train was going to
Vvailuku. On ihe upgiadt a coupling pin
was pulled and one or more cam tan back a if. I
o-lltdc.1 with tlw a.swrgr train which
wit folovving, and on. live collision
Ihe wif of Mr. llrovvn, boukcfiwr for
Captain I loin on and Iwouf UieirchiUlren vvetc
kjlted. Several others were seriously injured
atwl iw 01 mote are now dead, I'aiil.iiUis
"TheKiutuixlutns tu Hoiwilulundi) uilirr
than uuiil ibis week. It might be tup-med
llmt vshh two stiumcis week!), there vvould lie
no iiecwitj; of turning either askle, from their
1 ovular lime tables. It Is probabl) Mfc 10 si)
thai the mi.oiii) of the uaWic like to lave, a
ng.ir stsanier ila), tliaji fluey an dfpsnd
tiiHiii, -and know when 10 be pit-pared lur." Tlie
KlnainuKk return va muda niiSi) by
1'tc- fouling. v h( wpxr. Sht, had tu g, mi
Itie niirme railway In ordei to be ready foi her
tegular Tucvia) (rip.
i 111 ro 11 11. im 1 1111 1
lll-l lill I O! ItDMVI I 1 1
I A. I."
r J. U Klnfnkon
3 John T, I
4 V.. K. M
J. o. Cltt.v .... S9
A. Is. KOnrnftkett,...! sot
J. V, KtrMfiwi 800
A.. P. iUhWkovt fw
SA AJm KVAMitAR.
t i'nrnlt ftfowrt (IflMte-n) 2t
J. P. ffame; fi
' $ J. Am (lartifdj 97
K W Run- 5R
t CeIllfwB(Ivletel)..,,.. iro
J. M. KewMkiwr) 6.)
A Am Ktnttsi (I'tceteil) ... 228
J. Kaollko So
tilsTlttrt OF I AMAIN V.
3 J. W, Kehta 1 ir.,.lM.i,,... njo
.1 lAholo....!I','tl,?'" Si
Kla NaheoleliM 140
D. KamkjRi 99
S T..W.1'. KtaiHSllil 1 ,.,,,. . .15
11 Wjn. 0. Smith j ,'"c,ei1 . 3S5
Oeo, B, Rtehardson 255
V. B. Kcenn 1 13
7 J. IsSrmkelt ( f'.tecieil). . ., 225
C. II. Unjmie 13
8 J. (iardener (Klectvil ) ... . 203
y John litclnrditon ( Kletiett ) . 7J
7 S. Is. Isnpiheal ,.,, ... 208
SJ. Naknlela j MMrA . 20S
S. Paulo ',,, t.tt
10 J, N.iwnhl ,,,.. . .. twi
11 'iJ.II.IIiiehcnck jCIl) 8s
D. II. Wahine 190
J. Is. Aklna 157
12 J. M; Kauwila (FlecUsl).... in
11. Krkoa . , on.
KOI I A LA,
11 . Codfre) lirown (Ulccted) 335
0,P. Kauuiauoha 225
9 J, K. Kaunamano (Elected) 135
ij G. W. I'ilipo (Elected) . 136
J. O. llirapili 70
10 D.H.NahTnu (I'leclcd) no op. 154
15 . Kauhane (Flecterl) 19S
J. Karialu . 136
nilTKic-i rr iinai.pi.
1 1 CI. II. Pnlnbflo ( I'.lectorl) 159
KOIOA AMI I.IAUK.
16 S. II. Dole(i:iecleil) 331
J. Kalaeonc . ' 112
VAIMB. AMI NII1IAIJ.
17 W. K. Kowcll (I'lcctcil).... 250
J. Kauai ,.. 26
" (A.) , 49O4
Difference in favor of A.... 1266
Molokai (A.).... 116
" (I.) 141
Diflercnce In favor of A 275
Mnui(I.) '. 1728
" (A.) '. 050
Dilkrcncc in favor of I . . ,v 1058
Hawaii (I.) ' IO0(i
" (A.) Io.,6
Diflirence in fav or of I . r. T S60
Kami (I.) .'. , , 5s ,
" (A.) '.....- T57
Difference in favor of I ...,... ...
Molokai and Lanai(onedistrict) 0000
Kauai and Niilnu (one district) 581
Total difference in fav orof 1 6S0
"I" means "Independent" "A" "Ad
A Clrrrr Citiititre,
On Monday night last the Honolulu police.
headed by Captain Mchrlcns succeed in cap
luring rather cleverly a number of celestials
on whom it is believed with good reason the
authorities will be able tn settle the guilt in
connection wilh the late robberies from the
business places of Wing Wo Chan, Sing Chong
S: Co., and l4, . Ahlo. A large reward bad
been offered for information connected with
the larcenies, and thanks to cupidity which
happily for the Interest of law and order is
almost invariably associated with criminality
in members of the Chinese species, it was not
very long before Mr. .Da) ton had suflicient
grounds on which to luse tbe issue of war
rants. Armed with these, Captain Mehrtent
and his subordinates visited on Mundiy nicht,
as before stated, several Chinese establishments
where a quantil) of the stolen property was
found, and whence Sun Chuck In aud All
Chow were marched to the district luck-up as
prisoners. An opium smoker, I.eong Fong,
was accidentally uneaithed during the course of
search, and lie was compelled to accompany
his countr)inen to durance vile. Other in.
formation might be given In connection with
the robbery affair, for a hint from 111.
parties interested to the effect that it )tt is
possible for the course of full justice to be In
lei fend with by publicity of further details.
The Honolulu Dranntic Club is actively
tcherirslng two pieces, one a comely the other
a farce, and will give a performince at an car
ly dale fur Ihc lunelil of the Honolulu Libia-
ry ami Kcauing I'oom Association, It is to
lie hoped that the same real n'liih ch trader
'd the tfforlt of the ladie who took charge
or I he ticket fcelling for Ihc rccenl hbraiy ben
efit will animate them in this instance.
The dale of the next show of ihe Hawaiian
Agricultural Society- has he-en funl for Friday
and Saturday the 13th and 14th of nctt June
the Kaiiiehinieha-Day races taking place on
WciIiiumU) uf the same week. A sire for the
erection of buildings has been obtained at the
iaik and it is hovcd that lluwv buildings may
lie nude 'wrinarn.nt features of tko place,
llolh se.ison and location are propitious.
A very pretty valentine was received by the
editor of (lie IWs last Thursday. It repre
sents a brother eslitnr, having braias to spare,
offering a did) of that iMential article to a dU
tiugu idwd looking MineUxly weiring e)e
gUsscs. Ihe alitor of this cluilc famil)
journal i porilril 10 know who of ihe fiv
ternhy has brains tliat are superfluous. Ap
parently elianty does not a4iyi liegin at
IJuiik.of lorgiiiri iiifiiut and bad shooling
notoriet), was airoled In Astoria on the jisi
ultimo ami hat gone to join John S. (iisy in
San llaenlin piiton, via a longlilal.iliiebllcse.
The llwiolulu Ahuanac and Directory for
Ihc Year of our Ijird, ibd), is pi land. It,
kowever; arrived loo late lie nmiced fully
The Jamaica plantations its thoit of labor.
M.sr II M M11tn 1, Henry Waterlious-1,
I P. Adams, Rev. ( Dimon and Judge
iMcf'uttey. Ihe committee in charge of the
fttndu and gntfls ilnnateil to ihe lepers list
CttrittiMM ssiMnn Mve made a reott which
Includes n ttalemenl of all donations recelvcil
end alt espeltditufen mede. 'I he monc) re
ceiver! artwiflnlfs-l to $5), which was expended
aa follim-s t
Wlkht ce, tV trip ef .(Mil....
J T, fJolbiitliferitlpofOtii. Sljfl
(lathing partli! . . 1
Lakes arM eWKlkf.,
flojei for Kt(o Mst , .. .
Huts ftr KatdnVe turn
Prfmln "nils ...
Onpin potvnaiwtl for lr .t chnnli
The report concludes in the following lan
guage i "The committee, finding a surplus of
over two hundred dollars on hind, after Ihe
lecr had lieen generously provided, conferred
with Mr. Myer as to Its disposition. He re
rntntuemled llmt an organ be purchased for the
Protestant t hurch at Kalawao, the two
Calhnllc Churches at that place being already
well provided wilh orgms. This advice was
followed, and $130 of ihe surplus was spent
in thin wa). Still n bilincc of $76 remained,
which I1101 been passed mcr ,0 'r' Me)er,
superintendent of ihe Mntokii Ia;pcr Hospital,
to lie disiKMteil of as he thinks best. Ihc coin
miller cordially thank the public who so gen
erousl) lespondcrl to litis call, and without
solicitation con'rlbulcd Io the value of at least
$1200, to enable the oulc.nl lepers to share in
Ihc Christmas festivities and thus larn Ihcir
thought to (heir and our l.otd and Master's
birth and life. In conclusion, they append a
letltr received from the resident assistant
superintendent at Kalawao,
K.MAWAn, January 15, IbS).
'. ll'attrhoiiie DFAR Sik i I hive
tiled my best Io please you all. Ihe magni
ficent presents sent to Ihc alllicted lepers have
been given out, all persons receiving some
articles of tlothlng. The males each a hand
kerchief, cigars, one tnckage of cakes, one
pickagcof candies lied up in a hindkcrelilef,
with some articles of clothing: the females the
same with a dress or some articles of ilothing;
the little boys ant! girls the same witli sonic
toys ind nuts, omitting Ihe cigars.
There was no partiality shown, all were
served alike. I was present myself al the dis
tribution, and also Rev. D. Kahano and Rev.
Mr. Honaloa The best things were given to
those that were the poorest. Those that had
plenty, got only e.gars and some cake.
Hoping this willincet with the approbation
of all who helped in the contribution.
Your most obedient servant,
C. Straw m, Assi. Supt.
"Two of the committee were present at the
feast at the branch hospital at Kakaako, on
the first of January, when 19S lepers partook
of il In the large dining hall, which had been
festooned with inaile and ferns, while many of
the patients wore wreaths sent in by Ihcir
friends, and most of them were dressed in
holiday attire, l'xccpting the disfigurements
caused by the sad disease, a inoic cheerful or
lnpp) company nowhere assembled on New
Year's Da) than the recipients of the public
charity which we have had the pleasure to
distribute, with the, earnest co-operation of Mr.
Van Geiscn, the superintendent at Kalaako
and Mr. Meyer and his deputy Mr. Strawn on
The result of the labors of the gentlemen
who carried out the Christmas treat to the
lepers has been very satisfactory, and shows
plainly thai il is never lack of humanity so
much as thoughtlessness which causes the com
munity to neglect a portion of its duty to the
suflenng poor who are with us alw.i)s.
. I". M. C -,1. I'.lilrrliilnmriit.
The entertainment given on Thursday even
ing in the Y. M. C. A. hall, by the Algeroba
Lodge, I. O, G, T, was .a pleasing success.
Notwithstanding thai ihc working man for
whose benefit the movement was, in a great
measure, undertaken did not res'iond to the
Hood Templar kind invitation as he might
have done, the concert hall on the occasion
was filled to overflow inn. For reasons that
have no connection whatever with the quality,
from a critic's standpoint, of the fare provided
for the artistic appetites of the audience, it is
undesirable lint a thorough consideration of
the execution of each item on the programme
should be here attempted. General sitisfac
tion was given and even something more.
And at the conclusion every pleasure seeker
appeared in good spirits nut of course at the
conclusion but at the contemplation of an
evening well spent.
The Misses May Alhcrton and Nellie
Lowry opened the ball with a
sparkling pianoforte duett one full ol simple
though melodious cadences. In what might
aptly be termed the "rippling" passages the
execution was brilliant and the effect pleasing.
A vocal solo by Mrs. J. Simmons was followed
by an interesting reading from Mrs. U. V.
Dilltnghim. Mr. . Y, Carpenter's recitation
wis well received. Miss U. Carter and Mr,
J. W. McGuire favored the company with
"What are the Wild Waves Sa)ing?"
A quartette succeeded-a taking song by Mrs.J,
Simmons and Miss Kate Lewis, Messis W,
E. derrick and 11, F, llurgess, which had the
honor of scoring first encore. Item No, 8 was
a recitation bj bright-ejed Miss Jane Hare,
and a real treat. The)oung lady's self com
ma'nd and elocutionary ability do lwh her
training and herself gieit credit notvvith
standing that a smile would stray over one's
features as he bethought him of Miss Heaudet
and the "cniaged canary." In response to
what is known sometimes as "thunders" uf
applause, Mi is Hare siokc an encore piece
Miss A. Larter' solo was followed
by "At the Register," by two lady and
luii gentlemen leaders. Though long
Ihe affair a little comedy was good,
ami at its termination the audience did not
grudge their favors. Mr. Ross' Rocked in
the Cradle of the' Deep was so well liked that
he was allowed no peace till he was prepared
to follow on with In the Gloaming.
Rev. W, V. Merrill then made an address to
the audience, in Ihe come of which he thanked
Ihe Algeroln Uxlge for the treat they had
given the Honolulu puple that evening. He
was iltkuml from making the siiecch he had
prepared himself with, by the hteness of the
hour. A well-rendered quartette by Messrs.
Moore, Derrick, Claik ami llurgess closed the
Mr. William Clark was chairman of the
committee having the entcilainmeiil in charge.
ItfMutt vf iuf Cuntl'iy' Mriimei Ifuer.
Klnau t Left bell buoy at 4,23 i, m.,
reaching Lahalna at 10:15 I -''( I-ahalna at
I0137, and arrived at Maaliea at 11:40 r. n,
Planter 1 Ia-fl bell buoy at 4:22 P. M, and
arrived at Maalaea at 12:20 a. m.
'lime in favor of Kiniu, allowing for differ
ence of stalling ami delay at I-ahalna, 1 hour.
The death of Mr. J. F. Cowdery occurred
011 Thursday last at ihe lltwaiian Hotel. The
deceased gciillcnun, vvho was a well-known
resident of San Francisco, and on one occa
sion delrgite to (lie Hale constitutional con
vcnlion, arrived here about a month
ago luvtng taken the trip for
Ihe lientfit of his health which hd been
failing for some time past.
There will be a concert al Kaumakapili
There iil'phoid fever al Hyarinlhe, Oota
J J en
$ lA 10
.?ilnf rrt'rnHr'r'x Mi.
1 micjlit bt-Klrt, " 1 he r t is ml
(tlteuah that is not tn vtrj- new).
Or this the Imys all tlitnV Is ooJ
" If )tw kjv-t me as I low yon
Htit,---emi Io irrt, 1 valentine
Is nler, sslif-n you Ho not mv
Ihe same oM things that mv one
Keeps Mjlnu, (n the snme M tM).
Ami I ft-Aett Jine, the other niahl,
What gronn up people write alssiit.
She would not n tr me t firsr,
Hot laughed till I begin to pout.
Ilwl Mopped her, for she ww I ineant
I he question (sruV she will not tesse).
"Why love," nhe Mid, "ami .liinnina ),
A Viss, soft hair just whal lliey please. '
It can't Ire hard, if Dial Is all,
ho I'll Ix-Rin hj ss) ing this 1
" To injr dear hdy heautiful,
I send a valentine and diss, '
Ihe valentine, because nhe has
'Hie loveliest hair and gentlest eyes ;
Ihe Idss, because I lose her more
Mian any one henealh the sides ;
Heeause he ts the kindest, best.
Hie sweetest lady ever known t
Vint ever) )eor I'll uv ihe same,
I h' v ery twine, Io her alone I '
There! Now it's finished. Who will do?
I've thought of one and then another.
W ho Is there like it r W hy, nf course,
I II send il light away to molhtr I
Uncle Ned hescd i "Jnhnn), this is Valen
tine's Day, nnd its hif gon nlreddy, and )ou
haiul rote a vvcrd about it for Ihc piper. And
you call )ouresef a news-paper man. Von ate
n disgrace to the proffession."
So I scd wot shade I rite, and he sed: "A
Lssay, Johnny, a Ussa) like a 1'ititoritl. The
liuhlik xpects It, and if )ou dont doyiirc dixit)
to Ihc publik villi be had for dinner by the
ragin and rip-mrin Cupid, Io wich this day is
Then I nsl him slit it have lushes like n hi
potamus, nnd he scd I belter jest git my jien
and go to vvotk, no more lockn back.
Valentine's Day dont come only but jest
once a )car, anil its the time wen all the little
birds get married only they don't have an) cake:
but ss hen me anil little Sally Ilrope gits mar
tied, I bet )ou wil sec mil) big 0.11m, cost wat
else does a feller grt married for I'd jest like to
know. And that's all I got Io say about Val
entino's Day In the absttack, but you jest ot to
see one wich was sent to my sister's young
nan. It vvasdrod witli a led pencil, and was
him a leanin on our gate a lookin up the vvock
iral wistfle. And there was some poetry un
der it which was this way:
You slan there al night n looWn fcr bill) 's sister
Wile the inouii Is a wastin herself in t)c ,
And if sh.v wrutlc roin out I sMse)ou wude up and kissed
And likel) as not Hill) wude lieu there too mbtrr
Ami fetched joii a reglcr sock ilolliger in the c),
Well my sister's yuiig man he got it lie come
over to our house and he sed: "Hilly, xcuse
me for bothem a feller wich lias greefs of his
own but I was never so puzcl in all in) life. I
havelKita seven ocklave revolver and a rc
boundin boy knife for to destroy the vvriscle
wich rote this thing hut I cant gess who he is."
Then Hilly he got wile like sheets anil trem
bly all over, and he sed did mysistci's )ung
man mean it. iUMp
And he scd: "Mean it, Hilly, w), my boy,
I have got down onto the kances of my legs
and swore like a piril that I wil take my boy
knife and split that feller like a fish and drink
his gore like I was a pig wilh both fore feets in
Then I spoke up and ast him wude he scratch
hisself aginst a gate post and grunt, but he just
turned around and hiked at me reel sober, and
said: "Johnny, one time there wis a pig
scratchin the end of its back aginst a gstc'Kjst,
and its ears was llippity lloppin up an down
aud Wyrc was a jackus come a long and stop
for tr! look over the gale, and then he sed to
hissef, the jackus did: 'This is the graccllest
feller wich I ever seen, jest look at them
llut fore iny sister's )oung man hail got
threw his stor) Hilly he busted out cr)in, cos
twas Imii rote the valentine, and that )ung man
was a stonish like )ou never seen! llut he
sed he wudent kill Hill til nex Valentine's Day,
and see if he done it agiiii. I.illU Johnny,
Idle and careless, with my book,
I linger where lantanas cling,
And cool ferns droop and linnalis sing,
Ueiids the trook.
Who has not dreamt some ilaimy dream,
llalf sad, half merry, Willi scant tears
Wrung from the foolish, formless fears
Which seemed to seernT
And If there e-ime a tangled thrill
Half joy. half pain n vision sweet
Of blue black e)es, of danly feet,
Or something, good or ill
Was one to chose, as tradesmen may.
Who bii) their goods In hate or eiate,
An I lurasiire men and deeds and file
Like ricks of ha) i
No t For one ma) not wisely say
If It lie good or ill for him
Who seet'inhl sistas thronged an I dim
A gleam of da) ,
Vet who shall stand 'rwlst me and fate.
If from Iho huiden of some dream
I whisper 10 the babbling slrram,
" I love )0u, Katet"
And who slialt name It base design.
If fiom lliif tool retreat I send
'She vagrant verses I hive unrd
The annual meeting of the Honolulu Ath
letic, Association was held on Thursday even
ing t.ist, when the following officers were
elected: .Mr, !i. Ik Dole, president; Mrs. V
P. Adams ami Mr. Frederick Wundcnbiirg,
vice-picsiduits; Mr. J. S. Webb, secretary;
-Mr, C Hulte, treasurer, Messrs, Godfrey,
J. II. Castle, IL M. Whitney, H. Vonholt, 11.
Woodhouse, 0, Stillman, . Dowsctt, J, J,
I'oivsctt.Jinil J, F. Hrown were elected to
form, in connection wilh Ihe officers almvc
stited, the association's lward of trustees,
During the meeting Mr. Frederic'. Wunden-
burg gave notice of his Intention It, talk for
the consideration of luc-mbcis a motion pro
posing to reduce Ihe association's quorum limit
in order to facilitate the transaction of special
The rcguUr couccrl will tale place this
afternoon at Emma SUJre.
MarchSuite . . , Ichiur
Overmrc Hit Oath ., ....AuLer.
Oivoilc-Our Iarlin-f, .,,. ..Wcul
hcttxtiaii KtHftuii , r.CKlfi).
WaIu IUmcmlniice. .. .WjilJtculvL
Oalo( 1'oinuitU . , limner.
The baml wllj gle an extra conceit on
Momtay ia Kmuia Square.
The Uicdive lui summoned In Cairo AtnIU
Shakoor. son of the late hultan of D.irfonr. .nn.l
a -If "4 --- s-
eMmithc proviitco of Dai four,
on coiu.ii.on ihat ihe frccttom of ctmmcrce
maintained and the state trade -tuppretsed.
pro mi. Inn ne should not he icijuircd to uy
liibute. AUlcl bhaVoor will prolubly accept
Kear-AdiniraU J'attison and ShufvMt of the
United SUteNay will lie retired neit month.
and Cor.imoUoie .Slmjiwiii and 1'cmple will
be promoted to the rank of rcir-admirals.
w . . 1. 1, 1 ...., .,
The Califortili Odd Fellow s are to erect a
fine building for the use of the order ou the
southwest corner of Mailct and Seventh
streets. Sin FrancI-co.
Huvsu makes a formal demand upon
Turkey to immediately fay 2 50.000. still
owing en the tndeinniiy exacted after the
H v 1 it Irbnisry 16, 1RB4
t h wefc fjtreJ viiih t fur Ht?gR of nrilitt in
vAima eirelrt, fine -tlmcm eminttv to th IftlHic HftJ
ftrsfikftw of dlamt crrfer, -im:e whkh a tltanh of
ilfffn msHHt ihtoHBlmm ihe eht. MifhJ rroJii:
SlMlHnfefmaht tortotrd frwly, otnt of tmt mosHtn
im$ In with their ,rr(tit c-ftprcity Mra.f.cd to th
ftllWiMttt Inli h.ii favntrd h nri;n ontimnl yriprdy
Hftif-pntsf mu-iewtnu for th wV ha ft hrvn ti lisht
U lt gttetrftl IMtJi ihitt Mr m futeixn arriU tn
fiMk of. Arid rrM a rrty f.-stn Iht tn sttirtures. Af.tr
rtWffjM(stfntIor. tlr 5 pa rt. tn clenrnl en the 14th
hwwit ffrr HftnaVmHt, tAhfrqc quite a munltr of LMitf
ptmiW 'Ilw Cajfon 1H I IsW oti for l!ie wne
wt, bat Iht tt.if( rt h nm t rived tinn llrf
Kft'iilattt--. flift-HJ on the itth iitHm, forSnn rntticiwcn,
-witli ftfJsff tunro valned nt $f4.in.3 ; the I telle Me
fot UuirtMtlt In hft.lflsu ; the AUtjMwiili Cattle witli
d fnutfet rutfo for PiAfttand yfthieil st $4)911 qt, nnt
thl! .MftHtttjati for San FrftncHco, )Mtili( with cargo
VstlurUat $5, J49 8;
'Utere have lieen Mverat trnftlon again ihii week
Inrwtl Mtat-, Ihe morijptjteVn w.te hy Mr I-. P
Adam nn Monday aw, fmtly attend! aik! nie
bt the pnifeli hrrniffit futl fifttren, A p-trcel fitnuie tn
Ko)ili ctmlitnint: )H arret oW to W. C Achifur
$ilW; to ititrceU on ih-t nihtt (rfde of this iUml. one
at KalAf nbotit H4 arte, nnd one at Pnnnhiti of
9 an-l 4'idthnaoeft. eteoKl to V INe for $Jml
$35 rwpertlvely A ml trtl of lmnt )i crr
near Seliool ttreet oti the Mde of Punchbowl, bmught
$o, Mr. Ja Stewurt twin th triirchr. the other
tKirceh were withdrawn. Mr. C Jon Ihm -WLiiresl
the fifte lot nf Mr Ilenfielil, on Nimmti Avenue, for
'Ihe V. M. S. S AtittialiA Ilt U due from the
Culonfsm tomorrow, tn rout for San FrftntH-eo.
tftntohihi Stnrh nml Itntitl llrrhnntf
SeMnn rcbniar tj, tSfl-j.
IfmJcit Sujtiir Co .,. ,,
KnhiU Sujr Oi. . ,
I lie I'nnceville lMAiitattn C' . .
lite Wailtiktt Suffir Co
The Ifau-itinn AsriciilttirAl Co.
.Msikec Sugar Cn
Waimanilu bujfflr Co
I tonokota fedff.ir Co , $73 j-er h. pd, up
Ihe Kul.u Sit jar Co.
Ookalt Suji-u Co
Waihee tugar Co.
Pacific .Mill Oi
KiLi uca uar Co ,
lUIca Sugar Co
drove Uanch Plantation Co. ... .. .
Union Mill Co., $;$operl.ar paid up
Olowalu Co . . . . 1
East Maui PUi.tation Co .
Onomea Sutr Co 1.. . . . .
PhuVaa Sugar Co
Keoproc.ty Sugar Co
Iiupahoehoe Sucar Co .
llamaliiH Mill Co. .. .
Waikapu Sugar Oj
llAhwa Suffer Co. ... . .
Itonomariu &ukt Co
Prfia Plantatisn Co . , ..,.
RAII ROAD STOCKtV
'I no Ilawaiun I'aitroad Co
Kaliului Kailroid Co
Ilauiii-in Itell JetephoncCo
Uanaiun ieleplione Co., (Maui),
kali ii Telephonic Co . .
lido A. Ilawmi Icleph.me& lei. Co.
MltCtTl.MNtiOt' ST(KK ANU IMINIM.
'the Ifonoluht Iron Work Co , .
C HrcutrA Coinpauy, (Mercantile) . ,
Inten&laii'l btcam Navigation Co.
list Maui Stock Co. (K.incli)
1 O. Hall K. Rrrt. (Limited) . .
I wele percent, ltoiidi .
Nine percent Mivainn IkjikN.
seten er cent Hftw-iiLin liondi . ,,
ix per cent free from tlov'i la .
Onum-n SiiKir Co. Ilomij, 9 per cent
lliw'n Aijrn, I Co. Hands, 7 per cent .
II, RiEMrNsCi.NKikR, Secretary.
Caterina, sch, from Hanalet
J eaiu, Kdu trout Kohola....
Pau.tlii, elit from llanalel
ieinte walker, sctr, NeiUen, from I annin(r'sls..
.ekauluohl, tch, from Hanalei .,
I wa! ini I it m, CamTon, from K0I01 antl Wa mc
H.dcakI.i, veil, from Pcptekeo
LfkehW", Km, Visetieii;, from Wuutwaril Porii
Ka ailani, hch, from Koolan ..
Nettie Merrill, r.1i, P.rownell, from I.ihiina..
.Mana, fell, from II da. . . , ....
WIIKeul, tin, from llilo
Ihua, stm, Imtcuicu, from Mahukona
kilauca Hou, Htm, Sriirt, from Kahului.. . ,t
Mokolu, stm, McCrcffor, fron: kooUtt., ... .
'lJcpt litres. -
Arnolda, Am wh lk forciuiie and nurtli
Ihui, stm, Lonnen, for Mahul ona
Kitsap, Amhktnc, Kobmson, for Pott Towncnd
Kahkatu, Ha v hk, Mill.T.for bin Trancwco..
Planter, stm, Hates, for MaiLiet, Kona, and
Kau ,. .,
Ktlauea Hon, tm, J?nrs. for Kahului ,
Kiiuu.dtm, Kint, for M do and way port,
hvatani, stm, Cameron, for KoloaamlWaimea..
James Makee, stm, for Kau.d. ..
Alokolii, stm, .Mturegor, for Kookui
Kekauluoht, sch, for tlatulei.. . ...
Khtikai, sett for Wanlim ,
Waim du, sch, for Kohi, . .. ,
Manuokunai, sch, from Nawiliudli
Spartan, Am bk, Cro.sle, for Honfikon..
Iahi, sch, for Kohalalele
I.dioIiho.isth. for Kdaura .
Nettie Merrill, sch, fur Lahaina...
Kawattani, sch, for Koolau. ,
Hello Isle, lint bk, Watson, for Humboldt..
Li It t like, stm, Wiselterg, for Mill atidwaj pons
Kilauea Hon, htm, .Sears, for Kahului
Mariposa, Amstni, Howard, for San frrancisco
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
AaRR-9TWiTii Castle, Harrit Urit. ship.
Cbvlov, Dantow....... Am. bk.
Iolani, Uarrck. Haw. tk,
Kalj, Uoildbss Haw. bk.
Uadovnik llehebrand II. 1. H. M. S.
Vessels Expected from Foreign Ports.
l.jtiMt'NrOr. bk. SriCA. ,..,.IIollman
On- now. Uarkfeld fc Co., agents,
Ot-Aowt Jliii, bk. HiRMAit . .. ., Witt
Ihie April 1.5. CI W. Macfarlane A. Co., agents.
Hl'.iitoi.in. Am. tern l, ' Williams OUen
llue no v..
Jai vtrt Haw. sch, Julm .. ..Tripp
Due in all Feb. A, 1' Cooke, agent.
Lheki-ool, lint. bk. Clan Ohant . . . - -
'Io sail end of Oec.
New Vokl, Am bk. Abqik Caii,ek ...Pendelton
Due, April aas Cattle & Cook, agents.
Sn Francisco, Am. sch. Anna .....McCulkxh
Hue now. W. (J. Irwin &Lo , agents.
Sn I RA.clsco,Am bk CArnKlh. Iliiblurd
Due now II. Ilickfeld !r Co., Agents.
SsiN Francisco, Am. wh Clav SfRKCKELS. Drew
For Kahulul. Due now,
Sh Francisco, Am, S.K. Cirv os SUNKv..I)fatboin
liue Fell, a 4 II Hailfeld t Co. agents,
Sn Francisco, j..ks , Alamkda Morso
Due t-th 3. W. O. Irwin St Co., agents.
SvnNEV, Hilt. SS. Al'STRAtlA Ghi
Due Feb. 17. IfackfcM & Co., agrnis.
From Fanidmt's Uland, per Jennie Walker, Feb.
ru-ry oWri (Jieis. Ueo Uickne I. Wm Marshall, las
.MslClMI'llj a m.ubi, 1igi
A M Siirunt,
M MrCauley. P A Conea,
Phillips, V 1 illuuu,
I II llnlliL.
From Kauai ofr-lH-alaui. fcl-ruan 10-1 11 riratii
and wife, FWtiUdsS, Mrs Utnlehi and child and
nurse, Air HUckle, Air At-plctoit.
Front Maul and Molukai, iter Ichua, February 8
Geo I. Fitch, ACJudwii. U A Raw ton. W I) Alev
aiukr, W A Wall, l 11 -Monsarrat.
From Maul and Hawaii, er planter, February 8
I Hixk, Kcv Father ll.me.urd, S Temper, J Jones,
MU Paris, I. CVokIm, U HecUith, l7 Wool ar J,
Hon G W Pdipu, J HwUrand ife, F JUqi. Mrs J
trout WiniUanl I'ort her Ktuo. Febnury 8
Gov) O iKwunia, WObmitli, lion I W Kaltu, W lau-
bles. h I. Austin, C llltclicock.
I II l!.l,. JUt- I It i.... W1
hcltcock. V K SM..S I.Coau,
l W Wr. J N Wright,
:, W h !inttlit Mrs saimge-jur
r landau, G McI(I,
,, wiinvui, ini j , sisi
and nurse and a thll Ircn
I-ruin Kahulul. txr Klluaea Hon. fcLnor n-II II
Wcrlwortb, W 11 Uailcy nu.J wile.
Iroui lUtttakua, jer C U Hislvop, Ftliruary 14 U S
per t K llidv
p, February 8
Fur Kahului. ner KiUuea Hou. Fthrtiarv uIlMi
H NuihetMii, M l rum, J )Utnmt L. L'risptnL
lorKual aid Walarue. ter Jaui- Makee, FeWu
AT) W Y Horii,.Sft J A Hetbc, I lUirant arwl
wife, I (Jce. Moe Mahcloiu, Kalbc.
For Kauii, per Iwulini. rebniarv ia (Ion A F
iud.l, Hon J I. kaulukou, llin? J M Kaj-na, IIoji J W
,alua, Hi Paul Neununn and i, Judge HrUson,
w 1. wile, f ikigoi, 1. 1 tnou, w 1: buuih, i
Koth, Li Chung, Wj Uranduli, b Kubw, MU bu-.it
lor Hawaii and Mui, r PUnler, February ij
W II lUlIev ui t Vktfe. Cam I C Autsnonh. lli.s Imu
Auuwonh. MiuDti .In-nr,vh,Capi FJ Wiihl
aiul wfc. Mii. Jciinu Ked.lUrltui, G S Kiayi'm, , Jl
budih, K II FrM. J A HMlK.rlCiHilioUM. C
Mangles, W C lon W W t5ikJ '
Vur MaulaiJ HaiL i-if
II icbcotk. N i'AuH.o. S.CC
r CIms Art Li.
I hv Gy, J M Wnt t, Mr Ui
iy, J M Wriit t, Mr U.Nefi.aa.1 tJuU, Mm
DuMhal-k, I. HiuTn.), J
rMUAsx, 4ui (ssaiiiMf ( t i riwituc', f OU OM
S T Itowocy-. VI V Jone. air lament. J A Pbi
(Urtuibrrs OSCaaipUU. HI ita.kUiiJ, C U
II u .Mice Hughes, I. bullard, Mr Kti. J
;.. . .." 1 .' . 1 . is. . r. 7"T-. ti....':.
Kiiaasi-, iJUi iuntryf 11 nci.ne,riou btiWiUer.
utn, j now tn.
.-.,- -rw -- - tr r ss---, y ,- r
Iir KaJ.ului, per KiUuca Hou. Ftlnury u Mr
H liobriui, liuth WGr,WI ludo,
gkiMii. per hpajtan, Fftrtury iv Hu.
I ll ChlncM, men. wotoen, ami iUddrsu.
F4DcUo,pr KaLiaua, tsbruary u II
wuc. A Icbaviu.
It l( w
tor llwigsdiil, pei
xVnli aa4 u L'hlnc
lor San F-r-"fi-M,uf
caaMi wuc, 4 JO
For Ktlauea, pr Ubtbn., February 13 Ge-b-rg
I M iuUw, M UcCsuji. ) Cuter, U IhitIb, I, l'iasUt(.
rh-01 FsaiH-uco, itrM-Aiipo-a, rtUuajvii.Col.
CajAkkvsifean-ia'M:rvAnti, r FilJ-iuAn. I, r Kck--11I,
bHWJr.l. M J KIrkU.tJ, I H VbioiL, irtd
nwttr, HAHta, Faiber K.HcUd, K WjCof,W
Gratr, j II rokwr, K A Wmter, J Fnd-t, I. L HK
I. kua. U 1. ItruAs. MtkA C laicas. Mitak A4A.
Nt-.Nnnl's J Hntihr, Vtn m, J I utnminjt (m-a
lTr II,rpen.(, r.reen, U lUta, ASUUlMrm, I
U-U L ISi.Iti.J A lulter
From ian Franclco, per Maripma, Felniary &
Crystal Smla Wntk, f wire tor.ir j M Mc
luctny, r liirnfM, tuishini, tencspotatoe. aoct
rmktm nerw & Co, 14 Ms clock tS rAgs tolwcco ;
A ;artenlej(, tf)fke-t dry gos-nU and boots am! ihoei
pk tolAcco, 3 r-ktji fountain, 1 c corkii J T G I hrum,
1, Anier, J4 paas ntw Ana snoes 1 lioilwer t to,
r Fit fnk
r, o mkjis striw i-onnl, hn
lutace. 10 nkifS arocerir. in
pkn Krorerie, 41 Hns crackers; Knglmn and .mith.
10 flirt hardware 1 ItollesA Ln. tlr riilTi'o t flrn
bntim A Co, 7 pVg IhrMs and shoe and dry er-ods and
tobaecn I C J Fishel, 4 pk(i hats And dry kouu ; lene
Imit ft Co, s-Vi c whikey l May ft Co, 68 pks (tro-cetl-et,
104 pfcgs ditto; King Urn, 3 pkc picture
frames 1 Hro llretram, a pkgs Mat ion-, ry ; J Kid well,
4 pk(M lloer pots ; byran A Co, tt pkjs furniture , Ir
win k 1 o, t be clnn, too crtm itatoM, 4 c leather, 31
PJT gnirertM, t fix seed, 396 pkgs feeil, ant-o bndls
ahlnglet , .Ucfarlane ti Co, 3 cs whlkeyf 3( btU
wine , A I. Smith. B cs sewing machlne-t 1 HarkMd A
Co, W pkas machiner) , i pkgs dry gauds V Page.
1 pkgs carriage mitwm , C Gerti, 54 CI boots And
shoes , Hruwn&Co, 4ocshUkey, li;pkg spirits:
Wilder A Co, ion doors, 3 pkgs. taperhangingt ( lloanl
of Induration, s cs srhool tmoks I C G Herger, 3 pkgs
gat machine; Schaefer A Co, 30 bts potatoes, 10 bi
onions t letrs C.le, cs rubber palm, 3 pkgs
paper . talne A to, J70 ki feed , II f NoTte. 1
pkgs groceries and oyster ; Da vies ft Co, 54 pkgs
machinery ip sk rtmir, in; pfces Iron nl hardware ;
J I WatcrlMiue, pkgs dry goos, (Vim bread, 10 cs
salmon; lUtl t Son. to csoil, 3pkiis htrdwue, 1
nkgs merchindiss , Hopp A Co, 16 pkgs furniture,
Mclntjre A Pro. tan pkan grorerifs . Gro I uras, 10
pkas hardware; HingVy A Spnrkman. firkjrs ioImcCt)
ind cigflrs ; F J Higgtns, 13 pkgs biiras ; John
sn, si pgs fee.1 and groceries j G K Vuud, IJ cs Mf
ing mschmes, t wagon Ivej A Co. 17s pkgs trrxerieti
tatter ft Lo, 81 pks gmcer,rs, I nttleAl onkr, 3pks
Ulllird table, 1 c cannetl gonde 80 es groctf ies and
hardware; I lawatlin Carriage Manufactory Co, 113
pig Iron, a 8 pkgs hardware; I. P Adams, 4 w wine,
103 pkgs groceries ; P Mcln-rny, 3 pkgs candles,
Uundlswn Idry, 6 cs odj lA-unsA Ivey, fii pkgs
dr) g-K-Js, ttuthlng And groceries; lljman Itros. 1;
pkgs merchandise, t6 pkgs tobacco Ami clears ; Dilltng
ham ft Lo, it pkgs Inntware ; K. Grieve. 11 pfcas
paper, Oat, fr ft Co, at pkgs stationm ; Wolf A FaI
wards, ioj pkgs groceries ; G W Macfarlane A Co, 35
pkgspRpT, 1104 sksfeed.ocosksilour, 3; pes pipe, 153
csks and bbls beer, 10 ska potatoes J Cohen ft Co, 31
pkgs hats, bouts and dry goods; Walter Hill, Istkg'
per, 1 ba tpe ; ISprcckl-s ft Co, 1 safe ; Sim Nutt.
J04 Pkgs crockery, Moves and hardware ; M W
McChesnev A Son, 1364 ikgs groceries and feed;
Kennedy & Co, 100 pkgs groceries J Phillips ft Co, 149
pkgs dry goods nnd groceries , P Neuminn, 48 pkgs
furniture , llreuer A Co, abales valves, 1 ;kg station
Ary (Wells, Fargo, A Co, lapkgs ; 313 pkgs to order ;
g pkgs to var. Addresses; and ipj pkgs to Chinese
lor San Francisco, per Kalakaua, Felrruary 11
3,49a Itagssugir, 408,31; l!.s J 170 hags rice, tfw lbs ;
290 buchs Kmanis ; J5 brls molasoes, 700 g ; elomeMic
i.-ilue, J5,vor; 75. toij bags cobri transhiped : Value,
For Portland, ;er Ateryitwlili Castle. February 14
403 bnga sugar, ol, 610 lbs J 104 kgs molasses, 43301
domestic value, $4,913 94.
for San Francisco, per Mariposa, Feb 13-10,393
PK-RS, 3.187,934 lbs sugar, toft8 pks, antf,8rju lbs rice. 16
csks. 3,653 gals ipfrmod, ms bnchs bananns, 4 pkgs
sundness, I bag coin, 1 cs boot and shoes, 14 In betel
lea . es, 13 cs, 130 gals China oil ; value domestic produce,
$io,3l3.7, foreign, $4,336,10.
Senator Miller, of Califuinh, recently intro
duced, by request, In the United States Senate
n hill granting the right of way to Henry An
derson, his associates and assignees, for the
construction of a submarine tunnel between
San Francisco and Oakland. The bill gives
Anderson the right to select the location of a
tunnel and construct three air-shafts. lie is
to hate two years in which to commence
work. The right Is reserved to the govern
ment to transport soldier, sailors and officers,
as well as stores, free of charge, and also to
place therein telegraph and telephone wires.
A Washington dispatch of January 23rd says
that KcprcsentntUe Morrison's silence on tariff
questions, and his constant refusal to bring
matters to a head, has begun to create some
apprehension among tariff reformers in the
house. There is, especially among the Ran
dall men, a growing fear that Morrison is cither
going to do nothing at all or is preparing some
thing that will take the breath out of their
hodics. Mnny members are giving up all hope
of tariff reform this session, as ihey construe
Morrison's silence to mean a determination to
bring in a radical bill.
Admiral Courbcrt telegraphs that he has es
Itblishcd a blockade at Tonquln, precntinpt
the entry of contraband war material. Lccitt-
in.il,. Irfiilra td t,t,ni,.ta..B.I TU .. 1?. ..!. rf"JiSl
- -.- - .v-.ivn. . lie . ICHIH III'
hibition apainst armaments is sue.TssfuJ.
I'licarils threatening hostility to foreigners are
attacked foreigners, who took refuge in the
lliitish Consulate, Chinese officials have taken
precautions against the recurrence of such dem
onstrations. The Canton river was still
open to navigation when Ihe last news was
The Massachusetts Supreme Court has re
cently gisen a decision ilisspproving a divorce
iiriilc liy mutual agreement of the parties.
New Macreme CorJ
New Silk Hosiery
New Genu' Clothin,-
OHAS. J. FISHEIS Popular Store.
K II I'. U M A T I S M .
HOX.LISTER tc, CO
Nuuanu strecl. and corner uf Karl ami Mercian slreei.
AINU & CO
MAII A IASC STUCK Of Tll
VEKY (BEST HAY. GRAIN, ETC
LOWEST MARKET KATES.
aad deliisrsU frc. lo soy im! pf tl. sily,
A(eras fur lb.
i'Mrfl. ttulunl I. Iff luturatir Co.
Aieusforlb, HOOVER TEl-tl'IlO'sB,
Louraussoner U k4t fur rh blsle of tWuiisu.
TELEI'HONE KO. i,;.
pHGULAR CASH SALR.
rRIDAY. FEBRUARY 212nd
AT la A.M.
fro tWe sn Invoice)
SKTS VKKVSUI'KKIOR IIARNiiS-!,
Hslieri I.fnV llk
l!'ls Okm Raffles
j: r. ,i nA$t,
yilE GENUlNfi AftflCt!, -COt.UMIIIA
Sillmon llnlllrm, lHS.'l CVlrb.
Juit receive,! from I'orllsml, Orfgar, 5y
cAsn.K Acooxn. . v
These Pish can be relleil upon al PIM-Us
RS. THOMAS LACK.
No. 79 Fort Street. Honolulu.
Istl-ottriK ANU bKALSK IN
I'nr'i, jlllnehmrittt, oil rtinl Areenrlr.
AntNT roB THE
WiiiTit tndlln Lir.iiT.KiiiNiNa Nns llnne Ma.i , ,
HuwsrUVMA.li!neA'eelle, Alt kiisils
Corllcell s Sill in al( color, and fires ,
Ilirlsrsii'i Linen Ihrend, m,
CUrk'sO. N. 'IV.Mcliln CoitrJn.
Mmc. Dlniotlll'l Rtliabtt Cut lifcr Pjllirn
Dealer In Uiriw,
' " Ouns ami SmtmisG Goom,
.Shot, I'oniicn, CArs,
anil MtTALLIC CAKTSIfX.Ei
KKllOHKSK htovp.h In nil .
Sewini..Mactiiiiel Lock and Otiii.Repainni; promptly
attended to. Ilr
Has jw.t rercived pr Alariposa
bHOILXU CIIICkUN bONBIl CHICKEN
French Almonds and Walnuts.
LISSIC'S tXTKACr Of MtAr
StutTed Mancoe. -
L Canary See4
BAJCKR'S WIIOLK CORN IN TINS
Delicious eatmf fiom the cob.
ctTtcoi, ETC., srrc., ate.
Altvt to -woclc,
A General ilrortract of dvoo.-f,
alt &f .hidi arc tiTtrt.l
lowusi MAUKirr kaTi:s,
and uti-kfactlon -fuardntecO.
6stxh delivered to any part of the cky,
Btlk collect a Ik monthly,
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Stationers uiut Sewn Dealer,
HAWAIIAN OAZbTTE 11L0CK, 7 MlikLHA .
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Amonir wh cli nia) he foutut
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MKMORANDUM ULOCKS. n, c., tc
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I-OST Or VICE I.K1TICK SCALES.
Carter's Combined Cop) in. and Wrlllnj,
- In uuans, pints, and half pints,
CAR1ERS WKlIINCi M.UID,
in quarts, pints, half pints, and cones.
VIOLET INK, iuarts, pints, half pints, and tones
INDEL1IILK INK, assorted.
ARNOLDS WRITING FLUID,
In quarts, pints, half pints, and cohm,
hl'AIr FORD'S, tn quarts and pint.. '.
Fuyptlaii i'crfumed luk. j. ,
In quarts, pints, lulf-ptitl., and oones.
I'elftct HuclUj. Ilottk.
MANN'S COI'V IIOOKSi
lo a l, full bound and half hound,
io 14, full bound and half hound.
Mann's Cup) Inj 1'apr. ijR- $
PENS and HOI DER'S In real varUlUs,
Automailc I'sncils Cop)liirf Pencils'
raber's Pencils, Diaons Pencils, 4c.
DRAWING l'AI'ER, plain nnd inouniid,
MauilU Detail l's(rr,
Uyin2 Cards, rwuml soreicr aiul pUlu,
MEMORANDUM HOOKS, . Uig. vailety,
'11ui llootis, nssorted,
bhlppbiif 'lags, louristTass.
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Msui! Cards, fR,4C
LEVI EK PRESSES, Iar4e unl small, & 7
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