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SSTllSIIM " " I
FRIDAY. FEB. 4, 1887.
8tBir W O Hall from from Hawaii and
Schr Walmalu from Kuau
Scar kawallanl from Koolau
Stair Iwalanl from Haniakua
Scbr Canute for Hllo
8tmr J A Cummins for Walmanalo at 7
Willi! LEAVINQ THKMW. .
Stnr Jatlfakte for Kauai
Ship Mercury for Hongkong .,
8ckrWalmAltt for1 Kuau
Schr. Mary Foster forLahalna
From the' LavA Flow and by ports,
per steamer W O Hall, February 4
Miss Wllmofit, Miss Rhodes, Miss
Wilson, Miss Nellie Waterhouse, Mies
May Waterhouse, Miss Klnuey, tylss
Ada 'Jones, Miss Knth Benson, ft Koch,
M Blum, Mr Hackfeld, Mr Mailer, Mr
gwanzy, C Furneaux and wife, F C
Clarke. Mr Fanning, Jrts G Olovior, 0 L
Brlto, WBmltn, J T Waterhouse, Jr, G
1 Brown, E Macfarlane, R Grey, Major
Benson, Mrs Dr Brodie, C, W Macfar
lane and wife, J O Carter and daughter,
Mrs Z K Myers, T G Thrum and Son, M
, Green, Miss M T Morgan. Miss K A
' Wall, Mr Hustle, J Hopp, Miss Gullck,
Mlsa- Shatteok, Miss Swauzy, Miss J
'Judd, E Waterhouse, J E Warner, A
McGurn, J A Gonsalves, S Savldge and
son", and 122 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Scbr Walmalu 1,600 bags sugar and 89
Stmr Iwalanl 4,829 bags sugar.
StmrWG Hall 30 heads cattle, 174
pkgs sundries, 11 hogs, SO hides, 82
bags coffee, and 166 bags awa.
Bd Hope, Penhallow
Bk Sonoma, Howes
Bk Drottnlng Sophia, Svensson
Ship Meroury,- ..
Bk C O Whltmore, Thompson
Bk Star of Devon, Holland
Bk Saranac, Shaw
Bktae Planter, Perriman
ktne Discovery, Lee
The Hawaiian bark Lilian Is docked
near the fish market making ready to
salTfor Hongkong on tho 8th Inst.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, due here Dec 10th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Tlmour, Brewer, sailed from
Boston, Dec 17, due May 1-20.
Am schr Ida Schnauer, Robertson,
from San Francisco, due January 17-20.
Am tern O O Perkins, Ackerman,
from San Francisco, due January 20-31.
Am wh bark Hunter, Geo W Jenks,
from the Line Islands, due March 10-31.
Am bark Kllkitat, R D Cutler, from
Pflrt Towipjend,, Yf T, dqe February
Brit bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas-
Sow'; sailed Sept 9, due lere Jan 15-80,
Scnaefer & Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from the Colonies, due here In Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Soila, from Newcastle, N
8 W. due January 16-25
flmlwfc Glengaber, Rolleston, frera
' Wvarofjo), due hwp, Jan 16-31, to
Dayles & Co.
Ger bark Hydro, from Hongkong, due
Haw schr General Beigel, from French
Frigate Shoals, due Nov 20-30.
taw Dane inosva osier, r w -Kugg,
tctoria, b v. que weceinDer
bark P C Patersen, from Hew-
S w, due february 1-20.
Dora Bluhm. from -San 'Fran-
cuoo, xor uo,
" German bark Hercules, Jess, Rchaef er,
jfe Co, sailed from GJassgow, Pccember
li, "due April 80.
Id this city, Feb. 4th, to the wife of
H. Gunn, a daughter.
LOCAL A GENERAL NEWS.
Qwino to the uncertain state of
despatched the 8. 8. Likelike to
, . .
There will be musio at the rink
These will be no band concerts
until further notice.
A Hawaiian bearded lady arrived
bfijey! (?. Ha th,js afroo.
Qftaih PaulQonni sails for Hong
kpflg to-mPTOw in th "iip "Mer'
The Wilder steamship Kinau will
be due to-morrow morning about 6
The hose carta of engine com--.paaiM'l,
2, and 4, are being renovat-
evekal1 whale 'vessels are off the
tflpast. n Tile wlialing baric O. F.
(eraaan was on iiooxeqa on eaiur-
"Mhh'J'Jvwy JiqWs Wa regular
cash sale to-morrow morning, in his
new premises at tho corner of Queen
and Fort streets.
The, Hawaiian Mjssion Children a
Society will meet at the residence of
Mr. Henry Waterhouse to-morrow
evening at 7 :30.
;- -T7T? Jl
Mb. Lewjs Jf. Levoy re-opened the
autftiort' pmiseb' 'it the.'coinbr 6f
'd'rk'aM QuSe'h&trebU'toay'tfy tl
rcuuiar chbii buiu.
WlUbe Tieldpn Monday next, at 10
A, ., At the oflco of Messrs, W. O,
Ovt pf reipppl Ip the mmwy pf
the IMo Princess Likelike, the meet
ing of the Board of Representatives
of the Honolulu Fire Department,
wliicn wad to have been hold last
.night, was postponed,
f ' ' ' " v.
f px the arrival of Mr. . A, Mneflt,
jr., to-morrow, irom iue juhvh iow,
he will probably proceed direct to
toKilauea, Knual, on tho steamer
Jos. Makce which vessel has boon
specially engaged to ' convoy him
thither, owing to tho lato fatal acci
dent at tho Kilauca Sugar Co.'s Mill.
Mr. Cation, tbo Sccrotnry of tho
Company went up to tho fatal scene
on Wednesday per S. S. Mikahala.
FURTHER NEWS FROM
The latest news from the Great
Lava Flow of 1887 is to hand per
steamer W. G. Hall, which vessel
arrived just before our time of going
J to press, allowing time only for a
unei summary wuivu is giveu ue
The Lava Flow at the source is
still active, but diminishing rapidly.
On Wednesday night nothing but
the reflection could be seen from
Funaluu. Yesterday morning, while
the Hall was passing the Flow,
nothing was to be seen but one or
two small jets of smoke rising herb
Largo volumes of smoke are rising
from various parts of Mauna Loa,
and the belief is that lava will burst
out before long.
Tiie Hon. A. S. Cleghorn has been
indisposed for a day or two, but is,
we are happy to report, a little bet
ter to-day. He visited the Palace
To-morrow morning at 10 o'clock,
Messrs. . P. Adams & Co.will hold
an assignee's sale of the bankrupt
estate of T. J. Mossman consisting
of the entire stock of glassware and
sundry other useful articles.
Messrs. Egan & Co. report a
heavy run on their stock of black
clothing yesterday afternoon and
to-day. The enterprising manager
is a firm believer in advertising and
hU enterprise is invariably rewarded
. His Majesty's Chamberlain an
nounces in a "By Authority" that
the Court will go into full mourning
for Her late Royal Highness the
Princess Likelike from this date
(February 3rd) until the day after
the funeral, and will wear half
mourning from that time until the
expiration of two weeks from the
day of the funeral.
The sppoia a$vertjqemen,t inserted
in the eglumns of the Daily Bul
letin yesterday, by Mr. Goldberg,
on the subject, "Mourning" in
general and " Silk Hats " in par
ticular, gave rise to an unprece
dented run on the latter fashionable
head coverings. At the hour of
closing last evening, there were
only three black 'silk hats left in
stock out of a lot of twenty-five !
At the meeting of tho Honolulu,
Rifles last evening, two riew mem
bers were elected. ' The monthly
dues were reduced from $1.50 to
$1, and 'notjee" ws g(rep, to be
aotep upop at he next meeting, of a
change to be made In tbP PQnsitu
tion respecting the appointment of
corporals, fine ball that was to have
taken place on the, 22 Inst., has been
indefinitely postponed, out of respect
to the memory of the late Princess
PifeSENCERS FOR THE LAVA FLOW.
fojlpwirig Tferg tjVrjarngs of pas
sengers booked to leave for the
Lava Flow by the steamer Likelike
to-morrow evening : Mr. Widemann
and family, Mrs. S. Levey, Miss
Ehrlick, J. McDonald, W. 8. Taber,
M. Lackland, H. Bicaat, J. H.
Fisher W. H. Baird, Mr. Jaeger,
Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Oggel, A. Perry,
Julia Perry, Mrs. M. Calby, W. C.
Parjce, M. ang, Mrs. MagHirof, y.
tsiegemann, mm eupr, Mcswr
Holldav. C. B.'Brons. J. Eaaran. J.
Morgan, J, l4vjlg8tone, H. Mftcfftr
lane, C. Brown, Jas, Brodie, S, T.
Simmons, Dr. Brodie, Mrs, W. C.
Wilder, Mr. W. O. Wilder, Mrs.
McCully, H. Wilder, C. W. Hart,
Master Hart, J. H. Mahoney, J. H.
Paty, W. A. Whiting, 0. O. Berger,
Paul Neumann. J, T. Dare, J, Lqvc
joy, B. y. BishV. XW I?erPtn Li
JfLevey, W.'!M;Giffard; J. Wwell,
and essrJ. Samuelsonand Covile.'
rim 'T H MTi
Oaptaln-n-r-r-toolc quo pf bis
sailors, who was complaining of
being 'out of shape," to Dr. Mo
Kibbin for medical treatniont the
other' day. The doctor gave the
patient a botle of nasty-tasting
physic all physic is nastv-tasting
with instructions to take "one
spoonful three times a day, in
Uje'ret dp'se weu't bacjc to e ilpp
tor, and complained that the medl,
ler.n daoK neing anxious m gey
.epdeWre'r ftMjTUie p:
etirins to the letter. But after
pine was 8fl nnusgpus that h coyld
n'pt swajjow tf d,ecaripg that foe b,ad.
taken ppp Bpoqnfql, whjeb, stuck
in b(s throat and. wade him almost
epiigu hi hed off, But yon hfluld
fke it in water, Bftid tho doctor,
and that will destroy the bad taste.
So I did, said Jack, I got overboard,
and took it In water right up to my
neck, aud almost caught my death
of cold la doing it, ,
u '- v i'ArT' I':
HEW PACTS AIOUT OANNIIALS. u
It has long been known that a
few tribes of cannibals lived in
Africa, but there was until recently
no reason to believe that the tribes
of nnthropophngi are numerous and
that cannibalism is practiced in quite
a large par of tho Continent. The
new discovery Is the result of ex
plorations in tho Congo Basin, whero
it Is now believed cannibals are more
numerous than -in any other part of
tho world. There is some striking
differences sjith regard to this prac
tice among various tribes.
When Lieutenants Kund and Tap
penbeck were traveling between the
Warabu and ICwllu rivers they came
among the gentle and timid tribe of
the PambaUas, who confessed that
they were men-eaters on a small
scale. "It is true," they said,
"that we cat people when we have
any people to eat, but that is not
very often." This announcement
has a tinge of Badness due to the
fact that the PambaUas, not being
warlike, are generally the under
dogs in the fight that surrounding
tribes force upon them, and they
think themselves lucky if now and
then an enemy falls into their hands.
Quite different was the conduct of
the men-caters whom the same tra
velers met further east. "Why,"
they insolently Bhouted, "do you
not give us some of your men to
cat? You are no friends of ours.
When tho Majaccas come among us
they never fail to bring us some
men to eat. They are our friends."
Other cannibals in the Congo
Basin deny that they are men
eaters, and will not admit the truth
as long as they can conceal it. Few
of the Bangaillas will talk on the
subject to white men. The practice
in their tribes is usually confined to
their chiefs and leaders, they being
considered as specially privileged.
It is impossible as yet to say
what causes confirm some tribes in
the practice of cannibalism, while
near related tribes abhor the very
idea. The Monbutius on the Welle
Makua, who are exceptionally ad
vanced in their arts and industries,
are cannibals. The Wagandas, on
the other hand, who live about 400
miles southeast and who aro of the
same stock as the Monbuttus and
like them in their development,
wouldn't dream of .eating a human
body, notwithstanding the fact that
they are very fond of meat, which
is the greatest luxury the common
people can have, as they are con
fined almost wholly to a vegetable
diet. N. Y. Sun.
8IX THOUSAND CR0AT8.
A curious story comes from Lon
don. Not many days since a man
appeared at the Bank of England,
perspiring under the weight of a
heavy bag which he threw on the
counter and asked to have changed
in gold. The bag contained exactly
100 worth of fourpenny bits of the
year 1838 all of the 6,000 as bright
and unworn as when freshly issued
from the. Mint- The owner explain
ed that the coins were a legacy from
his grandmother, who had just died,
and who, having a passion for four
penny pieces, had procured the
bagful at the bank half a century
ago and hoarded them carefully
unti the day of her" death. The
legatee took his 100 in gold and
departed. Next morning he reap
peared in a 'very excited state pf
mind and asked fpr be. fp,iirpep,qy
bjta back, "iPT," said he, "-I am
told the jewelers will give a shilling
apiece for them." He was politely
informed that the coins had been
"distributed." rs. F. Bulletin.
DECREASE OF THE MERCHAHT
The decrease of merchant marine
of the world in 18(5 as compared,
wift'V$8&; iB'sftfllng vessels', "Js, ac
cording to the Bureau Veritas of
France, 1,104 vessels and 205,881
tons The increase in steam vessels
is 153 and in tonnage 184,455. The
decrease is seen to be notable in
carrying capacity. The (United
States afford their full proportion of
the decline, while Great Britain but
little more than holds her own, an'd
this ebfl'dofls ipjl jo, number of ves:
sels, but' in tonnng'e.
.The entire Hebrew Bible was
printed in 1488.
Tho labor market in Sydney, re
cently so depressed, is improving.
Oliver Wendell Holmes does not
mind what cranks say about him,
so long as they dp upt steal hU
poeityit " ' "
'' Coughing may be stopped by
pressing' on the" nerves of the lips
in tbje'rielghborhoda, pf the npe., ' A
pwTJTOM thM m,ay prevent a equ,gh
wh,en l s b,egiim.lng. pressing very
hard or the top of the mpnth inside
is also a means of stopping cough
ing. And the will has immonso
That nobility is tho truest which
a man derives, not from his pedi
gree, but from himself ; that excel
lency is the greatest which is per
sonal : mat Riury iu iiiu uiusy eutiui
age Whlc$ h fixett in, ot Intellec
tual and morn 'attributes ; not th1 at
which 'a man Jocks' up. with Ills, ash,
?A P8 U ibtoWt
jVcure corns, Get ft lump of
chalk, beat and pound until it li pi
fine nd soft as flour i then obtain a
common tallow candle, mix tho
pbaJk And tallow into fine, smooth
salvo. This simple plcbian remedy,
if faithfully followed, seldom Tails.
Bub into tho corns night and morn
ing and at any time when you nave
the opportunity, until tliey l'acori 6't
.'.HVUAtUUb' ' ' '
Washington, Dec. 7. Congress
man Herbert, of AInbiunn, intro
duced a bill lo remove tho disabili
ties of cX'Confoduintus, ami to umko
them cligiblo for appointment into
the United States Army and Navy.
In conversation with a reporter
to-dny tho Congressman said that
the bill was the outgrowth of the
"My people down thcic," he
said, "Inrgu numbcis of tliein, in
fact, were so much incensed over
the Cutting episode thnt they volun
teered to organize troops to invudo
Mexico if necessary. A large pro
portion of them found they could
not enlist under their country's Hag,
as" they had formerly served the
Confederacy. Their complaints to
mo suggested tho idea of this bill.
Now, in case of war with a foreign
Power, tho Government would lio
very glad to avail herself of nil the
cx-Confcdcratcs. Their experience
would bo of great benefit, for tlnsy
would add trained olllcers to both
army and navy. To pass this bill
after a war had been declared would
be n necessity, and would then bo
considered by the South as an act
of expedicnc3'. If, on tho contrary,
the bill should become a law in time
of peace, it would be accepted as a
gracious act, well-worthy of :i for
giving nation and would, I believe,
CO far toward healing tho still rank
ling sores and animosities that lio
hidden by forco of human naturo in
tho heart of many a Southerner."
Special to Louisville Courier
Journal. PROFANITY EFFECTUALLY REBUKED.
Kilpatrick, when a Lieutenant,
Colonel of cavalry, met a dcscivcd
rebuke for his profanity. Custer
was with him when ho rode up lo a
sergeant of the guard in his legi
ment and, swearing at him furiously,
ordered him to attend to a ccitnin
matter that had been neglected.
The man folded his arms and stood
nt bay, looking Kilpatiick squarely
in tho eye. "Do you hear me,
you!" said tho latter, "why don't
you do as I tell you?" "When J
receive a proper order I shall
obey," said the soldier firmly. "The
Articles of War foi bid you to ad
dress me in tho language you havo
used." Custer "snickered right out
in meeting," and said in a stage
whisper: "By , lie's got you,
Kll." Colonel Kilpatrick saw the
point at once, and in a vciy manly
way changed his front and apolo
gized. "Sergeant"' taid lie, "you
are right aud I apologize. I bliould
not have addressed you as I did."
Then ho gave his orders, tho man
touched his lint respectfully and
turned away to fulfill the command,
and Kilpatrick rose many degrees in
the estimation of his soldiers.
A NEW CRAZE.
New York, Dec. 20. Tho Tri
bnnc says: Boar hunting is a gieat
sport in Germany, nnd it may be
come a tremendous "craze" iu tins
country for rich peojdu before tho
last flecado of tho century has
begun. At auy rate, some hunts
men in nnd near New York have
been talking about the matter, ;im
an effort will probably soon bp madp
to scattor boars through soniepaik
llko Tuxedo or a preserve iu (lie
West, let them propagate, and then
have eapli fall and winter a hunt
whioh shall be spiced with more
danger than the chase of Long
Island fox or tho pursuit of tho
mild-eyed deer. Roicho & Bro.,
animal Importers, have been iu cor
respondence with several gentlemen,
ami determined some, imp' ago to
impprt a number of wild boars from
Qermapy fts an experiment. The
first consignment arrived yestorday
on the North German Lloyd steamer
Worra, from Bremen. To-dny a
dozen boars will bo taken to Ilobo
ken, and from there to the grounds
of the first sportsmen who come to
The infant spn of the Prince and
Princess Henry of Bnttcnbcrg was
baptjzed at Windsor Cattle on Deo,
WE HAVE just recolvul per Au.
tmlU a nw lot of Attics' Mi
teilil, Elony Wsje, Km ket",' Ciillmt
FriiuiM, llu-tlo Finm', eto. Anil wo
arc belter propiutil tlnin ever to iniiUu
Cornices ornl I'kturo VraniOj, having
tho largest nnd bust silcutcd tloel: qr
Mouldings in ihu iqgdop). Kiijo
Bbos.' AT Bqit. al
Dn. Funt'h HpAu-r Uemkuy is u
Specific lor all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for DUoaECK of Kiduoys
and Circultlnon. Descriptive hook
with every bottlo. Beiifcou Smith it
43o Agents. :i5l
JAS. WILLIAMS will en-
enirucc nsi-enu'e. noiiro iieriiif,
mil nt private realdenecs or p'ners of
uuslucj, give nil iicsirtu iiiiuriiiuuuui',
etc, sonceilng the Wilder S. B. Co 's
routo 10 tho Yiilcaiio and oilior poinis of
interest, tp loiitumpliitid toiuUts wt!i-putplni-ge,iisheptId
ly llo strum,.
ship compft-1 f0 lw .
PATUONi?u Homo Industiy by buy
ing eignru o(J, W. llingoy, Cigur
Mannfnotnrcr, at tho Crystal Kodu
WorkB, where ho is inoparcd to fill all
orders at tho lowest possible whole
sale prices, lMiuid onleis solicited
and promptly filled. '1'ho nttontion
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tbo fact "no liconuo is rcnulrefl" to
sell thosp cIkom. Vft JJi 'orel Ho
uaffle"J."Vp.''HinKleyi nor tbo place
tJrystftl Sodft Works, Hotel stiuot.
r 00 ly
, , . ,, ,-, p
wan waj; sitAr.csruro,
The new ami film Al Mcul stcuushlp
" 55ISA JO AiN'-Or A."
Of t))i'Oei-niileSt('fiiiulili)Ciinpnny, wil
be (lnunt Hnholiilu rrnni Sjdticy
am! Auektiiihl dm rv iiboui
February filth, 387,
Ami will liav'o for lb? nlioxo port with
iimU ami iiw,oujjur on or nwiut tliat
I'or fie'ght or ims'iipr, linvint: SU.
PEltlOU ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
VM. 0. IRWIN &
For' Sydney aiul
Tho jifv nnd lino Al steel steamship
Of lluf Oivnnlo Rtrnnr-hip Comptny, will
lju mm nt Honolulu from Sui
i'liuiciico on or ill out
February 19th, 1887
Anil will hivo prompt ill patch with
mnlUnml rwufeiifjeiH fir the ul ni-port.
For lR'lf.'ht or ii.iF!ic-, ) hvum; bU.
PtltlOR ACCOMMODATION, apply
t,: WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Aonts.
The f.ist willing yiilp
Cnpi Piuitio, 1093 tegistir, will lio i!o.
tp-iielicil for the nbovu pins on
SATURDAY, PEB. 5th,
Tin' ve-il IiiiR superior cibln
Etecrnpu in cniniiHKliitKJiis.
I'or fiulijht iiiid ji i&ftiiuu npply to
lSSBurctaiiliiyret't,oi 81 lving Street.
Telephone 3K1. L'.'.tf
For Hong Kong !
rfg Tin: Al HAHK
G. II. Mollnml, : : Master.
Will sail for tlio al.ovo pi it 0:1 or about
Tor Irclglit or pns:ige apjly lo tho
PACIF1U NAVIOATIOX CO.
Vaianao and "Waialua.
Will IciMi iveiy Monday and Tliursday
fur lib ivo poi t, returning every Wednet
iluv mid Mit ,r.lny. U. JIOLTE,
40 2w Agent.
ON ACQ UNT 01' Dr.PAUTUKE,
1111 lmpurieil S iriel Jluc, Ojv.us
old, liniiKr In fit dnvi n ov 11 liulj 0,iu
Oiirrlugu I'liaoion, iiidnb iri'l.ur'a miiuii.
ficiure; nnd nlo, one lino hquaro Wcboi
l'iimo, nil in good oiil-r, eiiiiilio of
41 tin 11VMAN Itl.Oi'
.... w , , , . r-n -
HAYING ui-turrtl tho son lees of
Mil. J, M. OAT, us guiernl pur.
'Iinstug agent 111 Umi Fnnii-i-co, I si'ull
In futt re lie preii'iiul lo lill all ouli-m in
our Iiiu p trlliiumrly, or uny s-ei i il or.
(lots, ivlili iiiu iiisui unco Unit Mr. Om's
puiHoniil attennon will lu j.l on to the
select ton and piiieliiise of nil nrliclis
ordirul. (06) J.H. SOl'hU.
3Y A I'OltrUGbrSK, w'lliug to do
jsji miy woru (iiii'i (i norbis, liiu
drey, look aftir girJim, cm. cite Apply
to JOHN MAGOON. .
MRS. J. H. WICKE
Bi:OS TO INl'OHM HElt MAJJY
friends iluil the tmsiiuss so long
0 in led 0,11 by hur Lito htibbawl will bo
eoiitluticd b.) herlwosnii,
:ir1 F.D.&J.S.'WIOSE. 2v
A UHSB OI11L IS WANTED BY
ii- llie advertiser 10 pioiicd to IIng
Kingiiud Luck again. AiqU-to
43 lr.8 llerelmii 1 Sticet.
DOG FOK SALE.
A cuoss Bi-:rEi:y mastiff
j v ami uiorq tii.uuti,
J. I'lsliilastme. to
Apply at O.
IjT HKO, B. l'HACQCK.
fpiIP. CO-1'AnTNr.RSlIll' HEBE.
X lofi re i'Xih ini; hriwicn A. Biowu
nnd J I'liUliph, under the flwii iinino of
Brown & Phillips, having ospliol by
Imitation, tin. lultiuiH will limeiifiur
be I'.irilel on by J. Plilllii s, who - ill
li.iy nil deblH owed by and Lolleet, nil
JOHN 11111 LII'B,
Iknolnlu.D.e 31, 8S(I.
Now Iiotojvvaph Iiooins.
OVril NifhoIV "toie, Foil slnet,
hum ihu Shnnilni! Gnllmy, Pie.
turvf, I'oitruith and vleivs. Fhetclaos
wo 1, f-iillr.lnulli.rii iu 11 niiiHid."
10 ly J A GONSALVES.
O IAJSO 1LVWAHANO.
ALL pertnus whownntto comtnuni
eato with tins l'oituuuesu. ellher
fi.r builnei, or for procuring workmen,
h rvnnts or 'uiy utber help, will 11 ml it
tlic nliut luollinblii .iy to ml vert Uo In
the -iiso Htwu'ino, Iho now organ of
tin1 PmUii.'iiU'io ei'lonv, which i-i pub.
linhijilpn .Muiehnni winet, duetto Build,
lug, v oi.pmeo L"itcr. Box E ), ntvl
only (ilmrxon reMii)ibl9 intug fyr tulvct'
tlsJihgulk, ' ' '
Famished Hob To Let!
rpir.: WJsiDrxOK occupied by Mr.
- .mi:s A. Kunnedy, corner of
KIimu anil Pvmtacoln Streets.
JAMKS A. KKNNEDY,
n$j ()illcooftli(i Honolulu Iron Works.
''Plin COTl'AGK. now occupied by
JL Mr. 13. Vi. Tucker, coninlulng six
moms, butii room, pantry, vcrntid 1 room,
rtc. Tlii'io aro also etnbles, eatrltgo
liijino eurvnnt'x room, nil In coodoider.
Apply 10 K. It. UENDHY, at Pacific
Hardware Co.'s Store, Fort St. 40tf
rpiIK PHKMISK3 lately occupied by
JL (Jul'cii Dmiuii, citiii.tu on the south
corner of Xuiintui mid Hurelania street'',
nro oil'ciL'd for rental for 11 term of years
upon leasonublo terms. Apply to
JOHN II. PATY,
O'Jtf Trcas. Queen's Hospl'nl.
rpnr. will Known Old Corner
JL 'i'L'i'Siiinvs. Apply at tho BEA
VEK SALOwN fi7 tf
s&A TIIU KESIDENCE AND
HlinwK't 1'itsliiro hnniU nt Pauoii Val
l2uiiiJ p.y, occupied by Mrs. Long.
Apply on tho premises. 39tf
For Salo or to Lease.
A COTTAGE on Lunalllo Street.
At present occupied by 1'. Opfer
gelt, Esq. It contains parlor, dining
room and 2 bedrooms, bath, pantry nnd
kitchen. A Inrgo yard with outbuild
iifjrs for horse, carriage nnd servant?.
17tf Apply lo II. J. AONEW.
For Stilo or Lease.
rpiIOSK rilEMISES SITUATED ON
JL I uiinliou Street called "Knnnnllo
lila," the property of C. II. Judd, are for
tulo or for learn lor 11 term of years.
For particular Inquire of
Al.EX. J. CAUTWRIGHT.
Honolulu, Dee. 13, lfcSO.
QIX COOD DKKSSMAKEHS wanted
O nt Cluih, J. Fl.hc 's Dressmaking
l.st.iblUlimt'iit. Konc hut good bunds
need to upply. 14 tf
TO UXDEHSIONED BEGS TO
JL liitim t' that ho will leave for
Clilua timl .Inpaii on thc28Hi of January.
1'cttous d( sirous to pre cure, through his
iiiieiicv, Jnpane e servants or lnborcrs
ploi'sis romiiiuiilcatc as carlv as possible,
iotf PAUL BOHM.
FOK LEASE QR SALE.
rpiIE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
X KIM, nt present occupied by G. D.
tieetli. Apply at rfllceof
FllL&lll. iC l'AUOU&,
S3 Nuuanu street.
know 11 na
jF1 Jk. X JH "V I JE3 TV !
Crr I.'i nsucola and Lunnlilo Sts.,
I.ntoly oeimpled by Mr. J. T. Dare, con.
inning I'.ulor, Library, 4 Bedroomn,
Dining Bi mil, Kitchen, Pantry, Bath
nnd Toll t Boom, on tho lower flat; and
on the upper tint, 3 largo rooms, the
wholu well finished, mill affording one
of tho llnutt views of lnnd nnd water in
T'licro nro nlso on tlio promises, Ser
vant's Hnuie, Stnhlo and Curringo Houte,
iiml Fow lloiifo, all well nrrangtd.
The wholo lesldeiico Is frco from dust.
FOR SALE !
ONE LABGE LOT, which enn he
dlviiicd lino two or more building lots.
Enquire of G. WEST,
i.8 Of West, Dow & Co.
A MONTHLY DIVIDEND OF ONE
Hollar per thare will bo payable
on tho capital sloek of the People's Ice
nnd Befrlg.irating Company on WED.
K1DA, Jnnuary SOlh, ut tho Com.
p m 's nfikc. W. K. F08TEB,
Vi lit Treasurer.
rpWO DOUIILE ENDED FREIGHT
X llonti in good order. Snn Fran.
'clioo built; will carry up to 3 tons.
Can bo Bci'ii at tlio Marino Rullway.
Apply to THEO. II. DAVIE8 4 CO.
Hiulng ccmed tho Services of
Geo, G. Stratemeyer
we are prepared to execute all
l-jloufiie or Sifjn.
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
il. irAOKFELD & Co.
N1A1 BUS LINE.
The Pantheon Stables will run dally
an Omnibus known as
Beginning WEDNESDAY, January 10
lt87. Tha 'Bus will start from ths foot
of Fort strest, ccrntr of Queen, go sloag
Fort to Berstinla, BsreUnls.to ffuuanu,
and thence up the Avtnus to Pty'S old
place. Following Is the time UlU.
LKAVETOWN. I.XATB PATt'i.
0:COa. W. 0:80 a.m.
7:00 " 7:80
8:00 " 8:40 :
10:00 " 10:40 "
12i05p.w. 13:45 r.K.
2:00 " 2:80 "
4:00 " 4:40 "
5:10 " 8:40 "
l:80 " 7:00 "
0:00 " 8:20 "
9.00 a.m. 9:30 a. if.
10.-O0 " 10:80 "
13:10 p.m. 12:45 p.m.
3:00 " 2:80 u
4:00 " 4:80 "
0:80 " 7:10 "
8:40 " 9:10 u
S. I. SHAW,
-- - .
Saturday Evening, Dec. 11th.
The Proprietors take pleasure in an.
nouncing to their friends nnd the gene
ral public, thnt thsy bare remodeled aid
re Hi ted the premites immediately abo
notel Street, whero on and after nest
Saturday Ere -will be found the best of
The Market affords.
The Stock wns purchased under tha
supervision of Mr. Jas. Dodd, whtle
East, and having been so long in the
business, lit knows the wants of tlio
trade, and lias purchased the article th it
will plcae the meat fastidious.
Thanking our friends and patron for
past favors, and desiring a continuance
of the sume,
We are, respectfully yours,
04 lw Proprleto.-a.
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OT
Stockholders of the Company, bold
Jan. 8th, the following ofllcers wra
elected for tho ensuing year:
President and Treain.-or
CECIL BROWN Vice-President
B. F. BOLLES Auditor
J. F. BROWN Secretary
J. CASSIDY... General Superintendent
JAB. CAMPBELL. J. F, BROWN,
B. F. BOLLEri.
J. F. BROWN,
83 lm Sc'y Haw. Bell Tel. Co.
Bell Telephone . P. O. Box '.15.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
A-eat t take Aelcwle-sat
lAber CatraetB, Marriac
General Buineei k Commlision Aa-t
BEAIi EMTATE BftOKEJB.
BT Campbell's Block, recond floor,
adjoining United States Consulate, Mer)
chant Street, Honolulu, H. I. 18tf
A New Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely New in this Market.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zealandla,
J. T. Waterhouse's
queen Fort Street Stores, it
The Inter- Iiland Steam
Navigation Co,, Limited
Keep constantly on haad for sale
team Family a&i Bteekmttli Onl
and a general aMortaseat ef,
4u par Iron. W