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THURSDAY, FEB. i, 1888..
.THIS .DAY'S DOINGS.
Regular Cnhh Srtlc, at Snles Room
of K. ly. Adain nt 10 oclock.
At 2 p.m. 'Mr. K. IV Adams will
sell, at SotToilsou's wlintf, 25 couls
of iiio wood. f-
Chnptcr of Koso Croix, 7.30.
St. Andrews Guild meets nt Cathe
dral Close, 7. BO. "
Our anniversary greeting.
"With this numbor Tub DAkv
Bum.ktik .commences its second
year of existence The contrast be
tween the first number, issued on
February 1st, 1882, and that issued
to-day, in appeal ancc is great; but
we venture to believe tho Btnntl tak-i
en by tho paper js unchanged. We
propose, ns in the past, to do our
best to gather the .latest nm best
accounts of.ovcnts from day to day,
and to woik and speak honestly and
faithfully for the good of Hawaii nci.
It shall novcr, we hope, be said of
us that wo have changed in these
respects. We w ill endeavor honestly
to promote tho success of all ei.
dcavors to ineicase the prosperity
and benefit of the people, and. also
to attack and destroy all that we
think is for tlic-injury of the coun
try. We believe our efforts in the past
have been, appreciated by the mate
rial increase in our, subscribers' and
advertisers' lists, and tli.it wo have
gained the public confidence. We
trust that this will never be with
drawn, and with this in our hearts
we offer our hearty
Aloha Nui to Am. !
Police court January 30.
CltlMINAI, CAI.KNDAU. i
J. Jones, drunk, foifcitcd bail S6'
H. Meyers, drunk, forfeited bail Stf.
Malin, deserting her husband, settled
' out of court, cost 82. Kam Kwal,
importing opium remanded from 27th
found guilty fined $200 and 83.60 cost,
and sentenced to C months imprison
ment with hard labor. Alapai, prac
tising medicines without a license,
fined $50 and S3 cost.
J. Ilutkius, drunk forfeited bail
, 80. A. Baseman, W. Moore, C.
Taylor, drunk Jjned each 85 and $1
cost. N. JJclcrson and Puanaiwi,
-affray fined c.juh S2 and ?1 cost.
Papa, assault and battery on Kepoln,
(w) with a knife, remauded awaiting
result of ipjuries.
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- ' SHIPPING Noteb.
The James Makee brought 2130
bags of sugar and 18 hides.
The ship Aberamaffl arrived yes
terday, 140 days out,from Glasgow.
. She has been for the last 2 days off
the port, so she has only been 138
' days on the voyage. She brings a
general cargo, including the replica
of the statue of Kamehamcha I,
The Lizzie Marshall, 20 days from
, Port Gamble, brough't 48G,050'ft of
lumber, 1257 bundles of laths and
1 fliicHtnff for Lowers &.Coolc The
last trip up to Port Towuseild , was tho
quickest on recorUiUetngU days.
The Hope has had her bowsprit;
put in. Her roasts, spars and rig
ging are on their way'froin Sau Fran
cisco on the J. C. Forth
Thc'Bktnc J. C. Ford, was to
leave San' Francisco on the I7tli.
Tho Euieka was also to leave on that
day. Tho J. 1): Spieckcls was 'to
local 6s General items.
T1i6" Steamer Jnincs Makee "will
leave for Kauai on Satuulay.
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A paid off sailor named Johnson
was garrotcd by three foot pads with
a towol on Tuesday night.
Tub Wailuku Sugar Co. have do--dared
a dividend of $20 a share. It
is puyablo nt C. Bicwer & Co.'s this
' It was uunorcd in town yesterday
evening that Hon, G. Rhodes has sent
in his resignation as n Member of
the Board of Education.
Tub approaches from tho wharf
f Jiavo '.heen for the, hun? few tlnys in
such a condition from wiiil.that H Is
pay the Interior Department to call
for tenders to lease them ns tttro
pntchos and build an elevated rail
road over theni with the-money.
Gr.o. Gitr.r.N, hack duvcr, re
quests us to stale that he is not the
person of that name who was fined
In the Police Couit on Monday, for
Messrs. Lowers & Cook, hnvo'fur
nished the coiling decorations for
the billiard roo'iti bf the bungalow in
the Palace Yard. The decorations
arc being .fixed under the superin
tendence of Mr Koun.
). . ..
We nio beginning to believe after
nlllthnt our port is no great 'shakes.
Here is tho Ilcrmanh drawing 22
feet of wafer and can't bo got with
in a hundred feet of ' the wharf , as
she has stuck inn the mud. It is high
time the harbor wns dredged.
Amongst other good things,
brought by the Abcraman arc two
fine well-bred Irish terriers, "Buff
and Baincy," the propcity of Mr.
Sproull. They arc in excellent
health, and have showed their line
ratting qualities by killing some nl-
most every day of the voyage.
A I.BP1.H ran away from the
Branch Hospital at Kakanko on
Tuesday afternoon. His wife had
been to see him that day, and was
going home on the Iwjdani. His
absence was speedily discovered and
telephoned to the Station House. A
constable ,w assent, who found him
nenr the Iwnlani and took him back
to the Hospital. He stated that lie
wanted to go home with his wife.
Great preparations aio being made
in Honolulu for the coronation of
the king. Little or nothing was be
ing douc nt last accounts to lid tlib
city of lepers. Boston 1'ost, Jan. 4.
Wc think that the latter state
ment will now have to be modified,
as no less than GO have 'been exam-?
incd, of which -13 have been sent to
Kakaako, and 15 released and or
dered to report again w ithin a giveu
time during the last six weeks.
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The Musical Society propose to
give a concert in April next. They
nre now beginning a practice glees,
etc. " The first meeting wns hold last
Friday night in the Music Hall, and
will be held every Friday night there
till further notice. A number of
new members weie voted on at the
meeting. .Wc ale glad to fcc that a
stait1 has' at last been ,inadc, and
hope that the Society will increase
in visor as it goes along. Every
musical man or woman in Honolulu
should do their best to help along
Ox Sntuiday the associate editor
of the, Sutfirduy lively Mr. Goo;
W. Slew ait, severed his connection
'witl that paper. Hcwill leturh to
California! in. about in- month. Mr.s
Stewart has'becn cpnncclcij; with the
tijresa since . Novcmb'er, 1880, nndl
during that time 'lio'lias gained' 'Ibc
respect and esteem of all who came
)n contacfwitlr liiiTiT "Mr". "Stewart's
modest and unassuming' style has
left its mark 'in .Honolulu, ,,aiulwc
shall sincerely miss him from our
journalistic ranks! It i's1,, wc bolicve,
Mr. Stcwait's intention to give up
journalism, nmbdovoto himself more
to pure literature) which for some
time ho has partially tlono by Miis
contributions to American maga
zines, Wo wish him eycry success
with ,a. confidence begotten by our
knowledge of his powers.
On Sunday last n gill named Kc-
nu, about 14 years of age, went with
her fltcp-father nnt two boys into
the bush in Palolo vnlloj. Tho man
KnnaTtahou bad a single unircf shot
gun. They saw.somo peacocks and
he tried to fire at thorn, hut the gun
wouldn't' go off. Ho tried several
times and finally hit the butt of the
gun against an old tree stump, when
it went off. In the mcantimo the
girl mid the two boys had been sil
ting down about 10 fectaway from
tho roan'. When the gnu went off
tho contents entered licr left arm
nudsulc, Tho iij mica ut'oVo sd.i-
bus, but mny"povo" s'or ' She wnfr
Bcntjo the Queen's Hospital, 'this
is nn instance of necidents arising
from the caicless use of fire-arms by
poisons who don't know anything
about them. " " -v "
Bor-lOOO yufds of Queened nil wool-
lluunclt 1,oln octs. up, nt
Fishcl's Leading Milluery II
Jfcay Plain Sateens all colois, at
0hasf,.I Fishel's Lending Millinery,
8SyEx Zealandin, Gents fine
JHwocd Suits, atOhns. J. Fjbhel's. .
C3T The lni trust Hcltctlon of Ladles'
Fichucs iiml OolliuUtuv of the Inlet
l'ltltoins mo to bo Inul nl lliulloiH)1ulli
Clotliing Uiniiorium of A. M. Jti.i.t.is,
104 Foil Slrcut UTl
AuotiqrSalestoy E.P. Adams,,
This Day, Thursday,
Fcluuniy lt, at'in. in.. nlSoricnon's
Wlirirf, . - '
25 Cdo.. South Sea Iron Wood;
Ex Moinlng Star.
Thi.s Dsiy, Thursday,
Fein tuny 1st, at 10 n. in, nl S.dus Itoom
, will beheld,
Regular Cash Sale
)iy Gnnd, Clothing,
Fine of Fiesh Gioeeiies.
AKo, by older of the atliuinibtintoi, the
following :iln:i1ilc iiistiiiinenU:
1 Mcicmial llaionictcr,
1 Pocket Ancioid Clirononicter,
1 Ch.uululiur and Sundries
A'so, at ,11 o'clock, wo .will oiler on a
credit, to the liudc, to close t.
13 B.ilus Siicin and lUce Buk1?,
30 Hales i
: oi lii
AT JOHN NOTT'S,
No. 8 Knnhumanu Htiect.
rpiIE nun of Axhlt-y & Co it, this day
JL dihsohed by imitti.il consent.
Ki.rnn,l AV. G. ASHLEY.
Honolulu, Jan. 31, 188a.
G. ASHLEY.&.1I IMlEBBAltD
have this d.iv foimi'il n (!n-
puitiiuisliip iniderthe Urm nhnie of Ash
lev it Co., All claims will ho p.iid nml
till outstanding nccountstollectcd by tho
W. G. ASHLEY.
II. F. HEBBARD.
Hoiioluhi.Tob. 1, 188a.
AT tho Adjourned Annual Meeting of
the Stockholder of the Hnwniinn
Bull fl'ek'pliono Company held on '":.
elected for the, cunning yeui:
H. A. AVidc'ninmij ' ..'Picsldenrj
J, F. Bt own y lee-l'i evident
C. O. Burger, ..... .Sonctary and Trca.
K. I. Adams ... Auditor
313 lw C. O..BKHGKH, Sj-cly.
a"5k NEITIIEU"tiie Ciptn'in' nor
SgkAgenUj, of tho Biltiji (Jiin
'gggGt'Abt'rji'mn'i'i, will iu i i'.s)oiihl-
'iyttv1"ir lileTdr any delits e'ontrnced
liy the crew whild in this port.
U, W. MAUiTAHbAAJS (BUO,
810 31, ,
THE Hritluli cliln Aberainnn
iSX'ls. .T.M.'-t. ,.'. 1.. i. ,l:o,.l, .....,
Cmgo. Couslgnecs,will please
cull nt'llte" oiireo'oftlio'uhdor
signed, iiavifieiglit'iind receive orders. '
G, W. JIAUFAltLANE 6s Co
313 3t Agents ship Abeinuuin
A FEW GENTLEMEN can be ncroin.
niodatcd withdJo.trd nt n private
House, iu u rcspeetiiblu neighborliood,''
nnu within ) uuiiutes oi tiio i'ost umcci
For purtioulnirt lply nt the IIulu.tim
Olllee. 310 lw
AC05IPETENT DUUU CLERIC or
nctlo liusinoas young mini. Ap
ply iinnitdiately to J. A. Pamiuu & Co.,
I3IMEDIATELY, a neatly furnished
or partly furnished Cottage, in n
plcnsiintucighboihood, forn geutlemnii
nnd his family, Will pay u good rental.
Apply or addi ess immediately to J. E.
viskman, Genera' BuslnosB Agents.
ANYONE having it copy of
KnuwahrH " Form Book"
nose of. will nnd n purclmncr bv bendinir
t , r
4 J.VY", ltOULU'lbON is Cff.
-j& l if Xl. X . L.
Ri J . M&L
, . JDILLINGHA1VL,&C0.!S
" Juslicccivcd ex "Australia "and " Ella " from Now York nnd
i r y Ban (.rnnchco,
. Cnuhco Lamns a larce vnrlctv of the
jj, WlicOaurc, Door Mats,
Royal Cement, for pending crdcer v j
Rliln Am.Msi Utile nn ilnlio
Plows, Whip LasliesJvand 'Kov.elties:!':'
Between tho llawnjinn Islands
uuivuu uiu luiHiuiiui ihiantis nnu
j. 32. w'ih:em.a.iv,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Oniee, 27 Mcichant street, - ; - . . Hnwniinn Gnzcttc, Block.
The only recognized Heal Esta'cBrokcr inithc Kingdom.
T.-nnl and pi opcity for title in nil pafls of ITo'notiilu nml thoVarious Islands. ' ,'
Ilowc to ltiCo and rent 'li Honolulu and tubulin.
Itonms o rent, en suite ot single, tHfoug! out-Hoiolulu. ' '
In consequence, of the continued high
priees for liny and grain, nn Lnlso oft t lie
high'ratcs' of wages Hint prevail, we, the
uiu'crsignel Draymen, arc compelled to
inul c n slight change in our, range of
charges fo.1 cartage.
On and after Febniniy 1st, 1883, the
ifollowitig rates will be charged:
Sugars and Rice, sliott hauling, ""
per ton ot show ns ?u so
Sugai-h and Riee, fiotn 53spln- '
nnde -wluuves toQuecn stiect
wharves, or vice - crsa .'. 50
Lime, ceiiicnt, inolnsses or mi
llion, to wit: 8 libls lime, 5
bbb cement, 7' bills molasses,
8 bids salmon, to constitute a '
load, .fi om nnv point onTJsplit!
nmlp to Queen M. wharves, or
vice erb.i, per load
Lime, ccnu'iit, molasses and sal
mon, shoit c.irtrrgc..'..r. ....
Muicliiiudlc tt) Bond ,pei load.
(detention extra).'. ,
Meuhandbe fioniall esbe)sdiseliarg
iim nt imy'wlinrf t6 any point within the
following'liinits, viz: '
Mnunakea st.,Bciclfiiiin,'st. and.J U
v Alnke.-t st. ier ton, as per bill .
of lndiiigi.'r..i'.V.".......J.,ii 87
iVny single load, ks lhau?l tp l,
ns iibovcwjl. oV ..."!' -is. mW;j '
Meiuiiindise to ihlnii'l fteam-jis,
per load k I ...,.....-.. 'CO ,
(Detention of(lruy,iit tliu rate of
91 per hour.)
Coal, bagged,. ton of. 2210, lbs.,,-.
a wrthft3RnRi.t, .?.. . : i.H.'.'- mi
Coal, Ioobu. ....- CO '
Coal, cartitifr nnd piling, ns.per.Agrcem't
Bricks, within 'liuiita jinmoa' '
1 nbovcj'pqr-M-..1'.?. , . . .' r", .'! 004
Xiiiuua, iifinuti Ul'IJAU, U1IIIIWU
aiiovc, per ,M,....V.. .,.';..,' !" 00
cTion unit mncliinriry, v,'ithln llm
,riitsierlo:uj;or9ii, ,... t Cp -i
Extia heavy Hires or liutchimiry
as per jigieeineut.T.-ctff
Blaelc or wliitet-aud as jiei agr'J;f ,
Rubbihh,Ardii(, ijs per ugr't... ,
liiunbtM per 1 M,ft within Units
,1'osts per 100, withju liniils..'.. .
DiiiugiuH pur iu ju iiiiiu iiiiius
Firo oou, pn lly fi&nt, cord. .
Fire wood, fiom city vront, to
tuiy jioiiit witlihT Mniuittkca,
Kill'' and Punchbowl sis. ... 1 00
ICeioscno to tho oil.houso, per ,f
rase of oil .W. 01'
From tiio oil hpu.be, per Joall of
25 cases or less', fi. , . . . , 1 00
F.iom tjio city fiout to nny'tf the fob
lowing points: V '
ToKukul street '. '.,. 75
To School btteet, bet. Eninin.
st. nnd Waikitlinjulu Bildgc. . 4 .00
To wnipiuin::; ;..,..?... i.uo
To.Iudd fctiept. ..., .y iOO,
To Piumul... :..,...!. ".,....,. m'
To Arylie street r 2,00
To ice works (Nuuauu) per load
oi ton...,,: ,.:;.,. '&so
To Pnuoa.. ,..,,.. 2 00
ToLeleo 1 , 1 00
ToOnhuPihon. . . '. l'OO
To Kohololoa, slaughter houses
or tnuneiy, per load. ,......, -CO
From blaugher houses or tan- r
neiy, per loan... , i o.
Tp Lllilia and Selujol ht. comer!'!' 50
To Lillha ud Klhg bt, vomw.'.M 'W
in.Lampn GooctslS., fe
l)o?t. American make. . ".
Cutting Iflppcrs, i i .(j
" Trowels, &iws, Sheaves nnd Shears.
n1..i. ti.. cjjtii . 1" '-'I''
nujfes.'' ' .''
"-. 1 .,14:
nnl tho United Stn,tes, and
9i), Reformatory1 School corner. ,1 CO
JTo Alnpai's corner .' 1 CO"
-To AValleris, Knlihi . . t. ;. .-. . . 3 Ob
To Pn wan.... 7". 1 50
To Artclnu Ice Works, load ... 2 00
To Punnliou 2 00
To Kiynoililli 3.00
Tq Jns.ftic-Asylum..T.....A i 2G0
To Queen's Hospital 75
To'AVnikiki, town side of bridge
ncnr'ehuich 2 CO
To town Sidc"of bridge fitfPnrk " 3 1
cntrnnce., 3 00
To Pni k.'as per ngreement. .K '.'? ' s
To Kulaoknhun,as,far as Piikoi.
.btrcct.-:..'. " ....(..V.V- 1 1 nn
jjTo Gov'tTowdcr arngazinc,"pr
uiiu iuuu jus or less ;.s. jj-oo
Fioni Go'tvPowacrMagriziBe '
per load 1000 lbs or less 3 00
To or from Kakanko i.... 100
II. G. Ckauiie, S. 31. CAnTEtt
Ashi,ey,& Co!, W.T. Skakiiat,
3Irs. C. P. "Vakd, (per F. Hustncc,
803 tw ; Manager).
& A BEAUTIFUL LOT OF
Plushes. Silks, Satins, Surrahs, -
moires, uces ana inmminas
"Will bo'opeii9d this dnyjby
A. 31. HcIIIm,
03 104 Fort Street.
TO RENT, on Kulnoknhua ,
Plains, cmlcr of Kinnu nnd
Pcnsncoln streets. oneXAllQE
CpTTAGE,? containing Parlor, Dining
Room, SBcdrooms, .Bath-room with nil
modern conveniences: lnrrn I'miin- nml
iKitciien, with lntticcd vernnd room
attacheu:; also Btauleywjthtwp stalls, Jiny
and, cnrrhigo rooms; and 2 "rooms for
sci vants. For further particulars npply
to WM. -V. Hnll. 300
TOLETjn Cottage,- contain-
nig i.rooiua, Tnui Biauungnna
'evervconvcnlcnear iiHiinicd nn
the Plnins, Ono mile from town. Arte
siau well water. For particulars apply
mi" - jv. re,tiAa UKuli. -J.
a-E..q.,Httll Si Bonv
jJfaA STRANGERS wiilQnd'a-
nt 110 Nuuifiiu Avenue. Room8fiirnl8lif-
cu siftggor sjne,jat moderate charges.
PLEASANT COPTAGE, ccht'rnlly
XX. located, 'suitable for two gentle.
men, Incpiiro nt Buu.ETm.OfTlce. 300
1 'ir ', i ' . i
, George Cavcuaich,
TTtriULE thanking tlmpubllo for tho
r T.f vciv liberal imtronn-rn uecordod
Mo liim in the ngenoy, business, woiild
now suue.iiiiu no nas spiu ;ne goou win
of liis intelligence oflicq business to 31.
Referring to tho above. I bog to stnto
that I nm now in a position to supply
help of any desired nationality. By at
tention to buslncbs I bono to uphold! the'
.lepututlon o tho " Lulior Agency'' so"
successfully"' established by my nredc.
ce-bor. II. 3IEDHURST,
3Q7 , , t. Hotel street.
Tho Hotel Street jtfurket;
Is now in a position to supply their cus
Prime Mutton, Veal,
and everything iu tho meal lino.
Send Jn your orders. Prompt delivery.
204 Oavekaoii & Co.
Telophone No. 230.
CEDAR SHINGLES I
Just Received y
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