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Tho Court will go into full mourning
for Her lato Royal Hlglitwsi Princess
Ltkellke frrm tbU date mull tbo day
after the Funeral; and will wear half
mournlDg from tint .limit unit lh ei.
plrfttlon of two. weeks from the day of
.-1 .. , CURTIS F. IAUKEA,
H.' k.'s Chamberlain
Iohinl Palace tfeb 3. 1887.
BISHOP & Co... DANKK11B
Honolulu, Huwnlinn IoIi'ihIa
Draw Exchange on tho
Buuli of California, . IT.
9 And thoir agedts In
NEW YORK, B08T0N, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. 51. HotlischIM & Bon, London
The Commerclnl Bank Co , of Sydney,
The Commercial Bnnlf Co., 'of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand : Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, ami Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. (If.und Portland, Or.
Transact a General Bunking Business.
J . ,G0,J ly i it. . .
., fledgtd UHaeltW BtcOor.ftjtj.
Bat eiUMlhed.for the benefit vt all.
FRIDAY. FEB. (. 1887.
IT OUGHT TO BE PAIO.
The object of Mr. Moreno's "open
letter," referred to a couple of days
ago, is evidently to press his claim
for tho repayment of money ad
vanced by him in defraying the ex
penses Incurred in taking the t three
boys from Honolulu to school in
Italy. Decent people have no sym
pathy, and can have no sympathy,
with the method of procedure ; that
is, w ith the abusive languago per
petually employed in pressing the
claim. But the money, if it .is
.owing, certainly ought to, bo paid.
Mr. Moreno asserts that a .certain
sum of money is due to him, and
naturally desires a settlement. It has
been asserted, on the other side, that
'he has no just claim, that ho drew
.from the Hawaiian Treasury, for
that particular purpose, before leav
ing this country, a sufllcient amount
to defray'nll expenses, and that all
after demands are unjust and should
not be noticed. Now, 'which is the
'true story? For the honor of the
couqtry, the question should be set
tled. We rather incline to give cre
'dence to the first, and are disposed
it to bclieye that the expenses of taking
those three youths to Italy were
borne by Mr. Moreno, and the
"money has never' been refunded to
him. If tin's bo a correct belief
and a publication of the facts of the
" caso would probably com incc most
, people that it is not very wide of
the mark this claim should be
satisfied with as little delay, us
possible. - i
NOT ALL BAD. 1
A discussion has been going on in
the columns of the San Francisco
Bulletin, nndf dot anything we
know, may yet be waxing hotter
every clay, ns to the lpgality of the
Senate of the State of California1.
There appears to have been some
.irregularity alleged against the-con-stitutional
status of that body, and
legal minds were more or less mixed
on thequcstion at issue. Tho Bul
letin thinks there are arguments
very strong nnd convincing on both
sides of. the question, nnd a contest
in tho courts is pretty sure to be tho
outcome of the business ; for, if the
law making power is unconstitu
tional, tbo laws emanating from it
cannot bo valid. Han aft is far
; ahead of California in respect to tho
constitutionality of her legislature
t being beyond if not above bus
1 pteion. The Hawaiian Legislature
proceeds to business, makes laws
and stands no nonsense. Members
elected in violation of law aro voted
"constitutional," and that's the end
of i(. The divided opinions, half on
one side and half on tbo other, in
California, aio very- annoying to
those' senators whoso scats may not
''be beyond dispute. Here, tho
', senator can afford to whistlo at
.. opinions, Once senator, always
'fa senator. Constli-iltjonnl discus
sions aro equivalent, in their jeffecis,
to lhc physical disturbances ,o;io
'.might expect to result from the bay
ing of little ddgs'at the moon.
Thero is niioUior phaso of tho
'irraestioji, tlrat gives if a moro than
'local hearing. Every tqa4 fJiinks
" the? little piece of swaid over which
4 JkO crawls, tho widest, the most lux-
'iuriftntf or othcrwise,in the universe,
his opinion, whether favorabjo or
tbo rovcrsc, being governed mainly
by the condition of his liver. It is
very much the snmo with the indi
vidual citizen, American, Hawaiian,
or Englishman. His own institu
tions are tho best or tho worst
known. Tho government of tho
country, provided the members are
selected from tho'opposito party, is
invariably the most corrupt on tho
earth. The members ate without
exception, steeped to the lips in
villainy. To the Californiun, the
senators alleged to be usurpers, arc
fit only, to make laws for the waste
basket, and in Hawaii, a large and
respectable portion of the commun
ity would be decidedly thankful if
the legislature would take some
leaves out of the Californian's book.
The amount of the calculation,
doubtless is, that politicians pretty
fairly represent their constituents.
As water cannot rise above its own
level, tho public man can hardly be
expected to bo a Solon, if those who
vote folr him are vandals. Public
men are generally the products of
the public opinion of the country.
If the latter is wholesome and pure,
the former will participate, more or
less, in the same qualities.
The ficqucnt references to iriiga
tion in the press, especially of tho
Pacific Coast, indicate that it has
become one of the enterprises of the
country, on which a largo propor
tion -of Us prosperity depends. Tho
value of irrigation needs no demon
stration in these Islands, as every
cultivated 'field in the kingdom
proves its indlspensability. Private
enterprise, so far, has accomplished
about all that has been effected in
this direction, and, under ordinary
circumstances, the irrigation of
lands might be left there.- But
there aro conditions existing in this
kingdom which arc somowhat pecu
liar. That irrigation is .necessary
in every part of the islands to make
lands worth anything for agricultu
ral pursuits, is an accepted fact.
This suggosts the question whether
irrigation should not become a na
tional enterprise and be classed with
tho building of roads, wharves and
landings, under tho head of public
improvements. Other countries
subsidize railways, ferries and
coaches for the promotion of inter
communication and trade between
the people. Manufactures aro aided
by bonuses. Fishermen arc helped to
good prices by bounties. Of course,
no little discrimination is required
in dispensing favors of this kind.
Following out the snmo principle in
Hawaii might result in converting
somo of the wilderness land of the
country into irrigated and fruitful
fields. A well organized national
scheme of irrigation, by which the
country may bo fitted for small farm
holdings, would be of more perma
nent benefit than the immigration
business which has already been a
heavy item in tho public expendi
tures, and has besides introduced
problems into our social and politi
cal system that will not be readily
MR. DAY'S DEBUT IN HONOLULU.
Last evening a number of
persons met by invitation at the
Club House Dining Rooms, for the
purpose of making arrangements for
a series of lectures to be delivered
ip tbis city by Mr. Day. Mr. Van
Doom was called to the chair, and in
a few appropriate, remarks, intro
duced the speaker of the evening to
his audience, Mr. ,Geo. Cayonagh
'acting as Secretary. Mr. Day rose
to the occasion and soon made an
impression on his hearers as n ready
speaker, possessed of no mean
oratorical powers, wjiiph dpvelppod
as he proceeded with his address.
Being a freethinker, ho briefly ex
plained to tho audience the principles
of his belief, but at the same time
ho stated that as a full exposition of
his ideas pn tho subject of' Free
thought might .not meet with public
favor in this pity, fie fypnld, provided
ho met with reasonable support, dis
course upon tho "French jfteyphi
tion, from tho taking of the Bostilo
to the Rise of Napoleon," "Napo
leon, from tho battle of Marengo to
his death on St, Ifeona." in which
tho lecturer will compare tho Jlfe of
Washington to that of thp 'frttl;e
Corporal," tho "Life of thoPukp of
Wellington," and "George Wusljr
ington." Tho speaker's remarks
met with the approbation of his
entire nudieiL?e v)ihh was shown by
At the close of his remarks, Mr.
Day presented tho following reso
lution : "That this body of Work
ingmen do express their heartfelt
condolence with Ills Majesty, Mem
bers of thp Hoynl Tfamily, and tho
Hon. A. a, Cjeghorn in the death of
II: It, H. -Princess Likoljko," Car
ricd'iinaniniously. A vote of thanks to the Chairman
ind Secretary pro.tcm was accorded
and t)p meeting adjourned, after
having Ugreed ppon tho Club House
Rooms as the (Hace which Mr.
Day will deliver his first lectin c; on
Monday evening next, at 7:00 v, if.
LAST EVENING'S MEETING.
Tho meeting at the Y. M. C. -A.
hall last evening was well attended.
It is a strong, though silent tribute
to Mr. Booth's wonderful influence
upon the papular mind, that the
audiences have re-assembled from
evening to evening in force. It has
been frequently remarked by theatre
people that this is n "one-night"
town, but that estimate does not
seem to be correct, as applied to
Mr. Booth's mission. The choir
performed its part, fully sustaining
the repntation the ladies and gentle
men composing it have deservedly
gained for themselves. The Rev.
C. M. Hyde, 1). D., eillciently per
formed the duties of chairman,
and made the introductory speech.
Mr. Booth dealt with the subject,
"The Great Temptation" in an in
tensely earnest and impressive
style. The usual quota of funny
sallies were reserved for tno "Comic
Crowd" lecture, and the speaker
expatiated on the serious phases
of the question. Facts and statis
tics were adduced to prove that
the Europeans are not as ispopular
ly supposed, an abstinent people
nnd that drunkenness, instead of
being less prevalent in wine growing
countries, is exactly the reverse.
A number of signers was obtained
to tho pledge, the enrollment now
being about 2 10. This evening, the
"Comic Crowd," will doubtless
bring a bumper house, the fifty
cents admission fee to the contrary
RAINFALL AT HONOLULU.
Saturday 1st 0.00
Sunday 2nd 0.00
Monday 3rd 0.44
Tuesday 4th 0.64
Wednesday 12th ,
Thursday 13th ,
Monday 17 th
Thursday 20th 0.00
Friday 21st 0.00
Saturday 22nd 0.00
Sunday 23rd 0.00
Monday 24th 0.00
Tuesday 25th 0.00
Wednesday 20th 0.00
Thursday 27th 0.00
Friday 28th 1.18
Saturday 29th 0.50
Sunday 30th 0.25
Monday 31st 0.04
Total since July 1st 34.27
The following memoranda are
furnished by C. J. Lyons of tho
The average of thermometer for
0 a. m. has been (54 87 ; for 2 i u.
70 10 ; for 9 v. si. 71 42 ; average
lor tlio monlu VO" 71) ; lowest obs.,
02 ; highest, 80 ; lowest at mid
day, 71 on the 19th. The baro
meter on the day of the great
volcano out-flow, Tuesday 18th,
read SO 32 j thp highest ever re
corded excepting at thp Kijauea
break-down in March 1880, which
had a similar record. In both cases
tho mercury fell rapidly immediate
ly afterward. Lowest barometer
reading, 29 92, on the 20th, just,
preceding the thunder storms.
- The smoke from the Volcano erup
tion reached Honolulu on Friday
noon 21st, clearing away on the
30th and 31st. Earthquakes on the
1st, 23rd, and 28th. On the 5th
and Gth the heaviest snow' fall on
Hawaii known for a number of
years, covering from 150 to 200
squaie miles on the mountains pf
Mauna Ivea and Mauna Loa.
Chief Engineer Wilson, of the
Honolulu Firo Department having
sent to the Eastern States for sam
ples of hpsc, two fine specimens
were sent here. Tliey having been
examined by persons well versed in
rubber and fire hose, an order was
sept for J00 feet of Jthp'best quality.
Thp hoso came and was tested. 'It
is much lighter in wpig; thap the
hoso the Pepartrapnt has been usipg
and It is said to bo fiOpor cent better
in quality. The material received,
the White Anchor brand, is guaran
teed by the manufacturer, Ackron,
for eight years of hard service and
f costs no more that the old hoso
now in ugp.v Tho new hose having
answered satisfactorly in every way,
the Chief Engineer has decided to
supply all tho Arc companies 'Willi
A PREilTABLg MUSTER.
TliP Honolulu Rifles wjth a tptaf
mcmbeiBbip of iff, muBterpd 2Q
yesterday in full dress uniform, t
short notice, to assist nt the cere
monies of Lying in State of tho re
mains of the late Fiinccss Likcliko,
at the I'alacp, Considering that tho
company (s tn03(ly composed of
young men In situations, wlioso time
is not their own during tho working
hours of tho working days of the
week, this' was, a very crcditablo
muster. Sqmo of the members had
i-6 pWtyfXQ substitutes to relieve
thcmpthpirdjutles, wheh were of
a naturp that coum not b'p suspended,
to enable them to turn ou, f ,('!
r Percussion arms wero used in the
Upitod States Army in 1830.
BLACK CLOTH SUITS!
BLACK 8ILK HATS,
Black and White Gloves, Ties,. Etc.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of the above-named Goods, of the
BEST QUALITY nt
Corner oi Fort 5c Merchant St., Honolulu.
THE ANNUAL MEETINQ OF TOE
stockholders of the Star Mill Com
nanv will take place at the office of
Wni. 0. Iiwln Jfc Co. on MONDAY, the
7th Inst, at 10 o'clock m. m
(U Sit W. tt, lUWlN, Si cretary.
MRS. RODANET, ihe well-known
(lrofumker, 'recently returned
from Paris, lia her dress-making rooms
still on Kin ma street, above the equina,
Y. M. C. A. HALL.
Friday Mg M. 4tli.
At 7:30 o'clock.
Bichard T. Booth's New Lecture,
"The Magic Crowd."
Or Countries I have Visited, People I
hae Met, and the Sights I have
SKETCHY, HUMOROUS, PATHETIC.
Mpeclal VrKTmmt of Hnsle an
Admission 50 Cents.
Uu'lcr Instructions from the HON.
BOABD OF EDUCATION, I shall tell
nt Put lie Amtion, on
Monday, March 7th, 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon,
nt my snlesroom, enrntr of Fort and
Qnc(n ttredfi, Honolulu, that virv lc
Mralne tract of land situated at Kullu,
Tjiliua Sticet, known as Lee You.
man's Property, comprising
Kalo & Kula Land
of superior quality, well-watered.
Lot No. 1 Containing an area of
1 1 nnd 5. WO acre;, at an upbet price
Lot No. 58 Adjoining tho above on
the maukii Ride, and containing an
an a of 1 ucro. Ursit ptlco $760 00.
TEBUS CASH, Pecds t iho
ixpeiuo of purchasers, Furthoi pirtlc
ularsmaybts learned ly application at
the office of the Board of Education,
where pluns and surveys of the land
muy be seen.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Honolulu, Feb. 2, 1(87 49td
By order of W. 0. PARKE, Assignee
of tho Bankrupt 'Estate of T. J. Mobs
man, we will sell at Public Aucijon,
On Saturday, February 6th,
At 10 o'clock, a. m., on tho premise ,
corucr of King and Nuuanu streets, the
ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODS
Out Glass Tumblers,
An Assortment of Gltwware,
DECOJtATKD FKU1T NET8,
Afott.o Cups and Bnucers, 'Table
. E. P, ADAMNfcCp.
40 St Auctioneer-',
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale.
BY DIRECTION OF J. P. MEN
DONOA, tho mortgagee In a cer
tain lulcnlnrd of mortgage dated April
3!sl, JBPo, made by John Rohello to said
J. P. Jlcudonca, 1 will -toll at Public
Auction, on ' '
Saturday, February 19, 1887
Af 13 ft'efock, a m.
At my salesroom in Hpnojulu, Phu; all
that certain parcel (f land situate at
KconeulH, Poiamn, in said Honolulu,
and moro particularly described as fol
lows: r Ehoomakaana mn ko klhl hiklnae
pill ana me ko Kealoha, alalia e holo
Ak 37 Kom. 145.8 kap ma koKcidoha;
AkCOe Ilik.100 " koala olo(i
Hem. 88 Hlk. 148 ' " ko J, I,
Htm. 4BJo Kom. 103 " " kaalnao
Hauhuu kol, a o kona ill he 400 unsna.
JTor further particulars inquire of
'" LEWIS J. LEVEY,
' ' f Auctioneer.
Or to CECIL BRQWW.
Att'y for Mortgagee. 4$ 8t
Knives? Wash Bwlns, WoVd 'Pipes,
Uread Board, Flutes, &o f dp., Ac.
..Ju .i -sw-
Will commence on
Monday, Jan'y 3 1 si,
And continue for the balance of the
week ending February 6th.
All our REMNANTS will be rced
on the counters and marked down.
This sale is necessary for want of
room, ns our Eastern Goods, ordered six
months ago, will arrive about Febru
Now Is your chanct procure Bargains I
LEASING MILUNEEY HOUSE.
P. 8. Just received by Alameda, the
Finest line of Ladles' Jersey
Waists ever shown in this city. 43
COTTAGE TO LET.
AT A VERY REASONABLE
Charge, that neat cottage on
tho Dlalni. recently nrounted
by Mr. Peacock, of Prceth & Peacock,
and afterwards by Mr. Bl hm. The
coit'igo contains several rooms, a nice
yard, stable and carriage house. For
particulars apply on the prrmlsea or to
M. B. COLBUBN, at Oahu PrUon 48tf
THE CHAS. LONG HOMESTEAD
Premises on Emma street, opposite
Mr. Jas. Campbell'. Possession to be
given immediately. Apply to
F. A. BOHAEFER. 4j9lw
To Planters and Families.
ANY PERSONS HEQUIRTNG POR.
tuguese, JnpHn't'te or Chinese labor
er?, male or Female, can be supplied by
addrexslng the undersigned, euro of Mr.
0 T. Oulick. F. MARC08.
Honolulu, January SI. 1687.
MESSRS. E. FECK AND S. FECK
have entered Into a cc-partntr.Oilji
under the firm name of K. ifc S. I'ECK,
from January 1, 187, and will carry on
Draying and FoMvardlDgButineR In all
its branches. E. PECK,
' -HUm . PECK.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
thatthe law paitnerahip of Kinney
tic. Peterson is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. A. P. PETERSON.
W. A. KINNEY,
Honolulu, Jan. 81, 1E87. 47 lw
COOKS, SERVANTS, AND ALL
kinds of help supplied promptly on
application. J. E. BROWN & CO ,
Campbell's Dlork. Merchant street
Bel) Telephone,' If j'. . Mutual 872. 60
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Annual Meeting of the Slock,
holders of tho Hawaiian CarriageTtfanu
factoring Company will be held on
THURSDAY, February 10th, at 10
o'clock a. m., at the ofuce of the Com
pany, Queenlstreei. .
E. G. SOHUMAN,
G. W E3T, Sec'y and Tress.
Mr, PwltUerrLadlesr Nurse,
HAVING RETURNED FROM THr.
Oiiubt, is prepared to make a few
engagement, Mrs. Smither baa had
long experience as ladles' nurse and can
furnish best of reference, both in the
United States and on the Islands. CU
or addrcsd, MRS. S. SMITHER, Fort
Street, between Hotel and Ueretania,
' - . j t' r-
MR. f W. YARNDLEY
Begstofnform his pupils' anJ frfends
" ," f ' "''"? V fFW''fi'
MONDAY, JAN. 24th, 1887.
He may be found at the Eagle House,
Nuuauu Street. Bell Telephono SQ3.
LL PERSONS TO WHOM 0. K.
Miller ll Inrtphtml nlno fn...,l
. . .-,.., r.vv.HW w4 VTM.M
uuoiucuib iu uis auarcssi
' fT p:k. miller,
4lw r Bft&Frim&co.Ce.l,
Career ef Fort and Herckaat Mtreets, Heaolala.
Black Cloth Suits, Gloves, Ties, Etc;
White I7ie9' White., JPfcj: .JL&to.
MST Our BLACK CLOTH
Eastern Finish, and marked
SAN JOSK. GAL.
The Lager Beer of
I Was Awarded
At the ExpillloB
I 20 em HONOLULU,
Hollister & Gl
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL LINE OF .
Straiton & Storm Cigars !
IMrOBTKR AVD DVALKB IH
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, -
Corsir Fort ft Merchant Straits, Honslilu, CMipBlTs llatk,
ISLAND TRADE SOICITED AND
. '. ' i ' m. i, ,
And Cake Bakery.
Keeps always on hand the largest stock and greatest Yariety of Hf
Made, Fresh and only Pure Candles and Cakes. '
Lowest Prices, Full Weight and Fori Goods at WaaUtala aid XatalL
F. HpRNr - - - . Proprii)Ur
And Only Prnetical Confectioner mi Orpanater is tbs )EiBgdpr
Wedding and Birthday Cakes
Not a specialty exactly, but are made now as before, of superior quality
and richness of flavor and ORNAMENTED IN AN ARTISTIC STYUC
ftyP1 f!e?J8 wltation jjnd. fully sqftains a twenty-three years' reputation,
nflt y?t celled in IJqnofulup P ' , .
Amerioan, French, Ittlian, Enflifh and 9fTOn FAttH
Made to Order
Bread Delivered Erery Day te all yarta f tka City;' .
Si' v J. ' ki
i B?X i- T
At $.3.pp for one, ancl SJ.pp fpjr Jwpaon8. .Made (rora rfch'Egg
QmWt P !" wpf?? frPRr Wppdfawn Dairy Cream; guaranteed ' to S
rWflfwjWBtarcllpr PpJntJBP, W Prrn9ffedepd"fo be" the RiphestV
PKresMRrrPpPftpfstlpeprcamjpRpnolHlH, " R,fT ,f'
Special Arrangements .made for Largs Ordsrt f ,
Satisfaction guaranteed by , ' ,
Factory, Store and lot Cream
SUITS 'are' otv excellent quality
at the LOWKST figures' in ihe
EGAN & CO.
... j. ... . .
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Ihe above Brewery
the First Prizes I
of 1889 and 1EN
PROMPTLY ATTENDP TQ,
Candy Fact y.
at Short JTotlot ,
Parlor: Ko. 71 Hotel Street, ,
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