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The Court will go into full mourning
for Her lutu Hoynl lltgliiic Princess
Llkcllko frnn ttiU dnlc uuill the day
nftcr the Funeral; ami will went linlf
mourning from lint time unil iliu ex
pirntlou cf two weeks fiom the day of
CURTIS P. iaukea,
II. M. "a Chamberlain
I lnl P.iUce, Fob il, 1SS7.
BIrlUOP & Co., l!A31tttlIB
li uiolulu, tluwutlan hlVm),
Draw Exchange on the
J3uuU oi GulU'oi'niu, i. IT.
Anil their ngents In
NSW YOriK. UOSTON, IIONO KONG.
Jlcpbis. K. M. 1tolhchlld & Son, London
Tlio Comincrtiinl linnk Co., of Sydney,
Tito Commercial Until; Co., of Sydney,
Tiio li.inkof New Zealand: Aiickl'iud,
ChiUichurch, und Wellington,
Tho Bunk of
toria, II. C, and l'onl.inU. Or.
Transact a General (Linking ltuslne.
Pledpjod tojieithw bca nor Iiirty.
But cttatliilictLfar lho boaefit of nil.
Tl'ESDAY. FK1J. 8. 1887.
EWHEN THE LAVA FLOW CEASED.
It may bo considered ii little sttr
ptisitu; that there slionld be any
difference of belief as to when, with
in a few hours, the lava How from
laona Loa ceased. The time may
be pretty definitely stated, without
peradvenliire. The tourists by the
Ay. fi. Hall were in timet to see tho
How, and were alo on the spot to
witness its conation. On Sunday night
Jan. the 30th, the light produced by
emission of red hot lava, was very
brilliant at Punaluu. "On the follow
ing day, Monday the 01st, many of
the tourists started for tho source of
the outflow, a party of whom reached
within a couple or three hundred
yards of the crater, and camped
there that night. Lava was then
flowing freely, although apparently
much diminished in bull;, as the re
jected light at l'unaluu had become
quite dim, compared with the time
Irorr. the commencement of the How up
IoUig Sunday night referred to above.
During Tuesday, the 1-.1 instant,
some of-the party of tourists re
mained at the source, and rcpoit the
flow having stopped before night.
The tourists who anived after Mon
day, were too late to see nature's
displav of fire-works, which they
had gone for the purpose of seeing.
The flow ceased entirely early on
Tuesday, February. the 1st.
THE ROAD TO ST. LOUIS COLLEGE.
Tho narrow thoroughfare leading
from Smith's bridge, at the northern
termination of Bcrctania street,
to St. Louis College, calls for early
attention. Quite n populous com
munity is domiciled in that locality,
whose only way of ingress and egicss
is over this road. Uesides, it is the
way to and fiom school, daily, of
over thice hundred school boys. In
wetWcather, it is always in a muddy
and almost impassable condition,
and continues longer in that state
after rain has ceased than most
other loads tu Honolulu, owing to
its lying low and lacking drainage.
It is almost impossible, at times,
for the boys to reach school without
ploughing through water a id mud,
and getting their feet soaking wet.
Not a very nice nor a very safe
condition to sit and btudy iu for
four or five hours. This fact should
certainly have considerable weight
with the authorities in inducing them
to exertion in the direction indicat
ed, Tho length of road, urgently
in need of icpalrs, is iiot great, and
being narrow, would tako but little
time and not much money, to put it
in a passable condition in all weath
ers. Of course, nothing can bo
elonp while, the weather continues as
at present, hut action at the earliest
possible opportunity would bo ap-
pi eclated, as well as being badly
needed. Itis;.to be hoped tho new
Uoad Supervisor will not miss tho
opportunity of distinguishing him
self, and earning tho gratitude of
THE WAR LECTURE TO DE REPEATED.
Many people heaid Mr. IL T,
llooth's leotuio about his experience
as a boldior, deliveicd in tho . M. C.
A, JIall tho other week, and were
delighted with it m delighted that
mtinb'ciH of them hnvo been hcnid to
my thoy would like to hear it again.
Then, theio aro ninny others who
bad not tho oppoi Utility of homing,
, or having the opportunity, did not
jivail thcnibelvcH of it. Some of theso
have been heard to express regret at
having missed that lecture, which
lias been talked so much about.
Well, both classes of individuals
those who hnvo heard ami want to
hcer again, and those who did not
hear but want to hear aro to bo ac
commodated. For Mr. Booth has
consented to repeat tho lecture, next
Thursday night, nt tho Y. M. C. A.
Hall, for tho benefit, of tho Geo. W.
De-Long Post, 0. A. 1!. Those who
desire to hear the popular discourse
and they me many would be wise
to piocure their tickets ahead of
THE TEMPERANCE CAMPAIGN.
The closing meeting of Mr. Booth's
mission took place last evening, in
Fort St. Church, and was largely at
tended, although the miry stieets and
rainy weather caused tho absence of
many who otherwise would have been
unavoidably present. Mr. .1. 13. Ather
ton picsided and was assisted in tho
opening services by Rev. S. K. Bishop
and Mr. S. D. Fuller, the latter of
whom delivered a brief, rousing ad
dress which was loudly cheered at
tho close. Rev. .1. A. Ci'iinm gave
an amusing account of tho " wel
come " he had given Mr. Booth, on
his ai rival, and leferred in congra
tulatoiy tonus to the scries of meet
ings held duiiug the past two weeks,
deducing nsveial eoiollaiios theio
fiom for tho guidance of thco en
gaged in refoini movements.
Mr. Uooth thanked the previous
speaker for tho kind terms iu which
ho had icfcrred to him pcisonally.
lie bad, especially in his war oxpoii
enecs, witnessed ninny distiosing
scenes nnd was constitutionally sen
sitive to human sutleting in its every
form, but wa inspiied by theso feel
ings to giealer eainestuess in en
deavoring to leach down to tho low
levels to which men's vices and appe
tites hnvo sunk them, and to raise
them up. His heartiest thanks were
expressed to Mr. and Mrs. Cumin for
their welcome, on boaid tho steamer;
to the membeis of tho committee,
lopiesonting the vaiious chinches,
who had met with him on the follow
ing Tuesday ; to Prof. Yarndley and
the members of the choir who had
londeicd their valuable aid, nt tho
meetings; to the ptoss of the city for
the faithfulness with which thcyhiivc
repotted the meetings and tho space
devoted to (his movement; and last,
but not least, to Mr. and Mrs. S. M.
Damon for the comfortablo and
happy homo in which himself and
Mrs. Booth had been entertained
during tho latter jiait of their so
journ lioie. The lcetuicr piocccdcd
to uigo upon total abstainers the
piopiiety of wealing the blue ribbon
badge. The chaffing of their fiiends
and acquaintances should be of little
consequence in their estimation com
paicd with tho appiuval of their God.
J'cisons who havo signed tho pledge
ought, if they have not alicady done
so, to connect themselves with some
Christian church. The mimes and
addresses of all who have signed tho
pledge have been leeorded, bo that
they may bo visited, and counselled
to stand firm to their adopted prin
ciples. Willi jespect to results, he
always desiied ami expected them ;
but, as a matter of fact, his duty was
to labor and leave tho lcsults to Him
who will honor every word spoken in
The pledge loll was further in
creased by scveial now signatures,
bringing tho total up to 1115,
At tho eloso of tho farewell exor
cises, the audience adjoin ned to the
vestry pallors, whero a grand social
was held, Refreshments in the form
of coil'co, calai, strawberries and other
choice pioduots of tho .domestic en
terprise of the lady friends and allies
of tho campaign, woio seived, mi a
liberal scale, the huge assemblage
being gjouped iu clusters heie and
theio through tho looms. An hour
or so was spent in tho usual plea
santries of such occa3ions, and all
went away well-pleased with every
part of tho proceedings, regretting
only that t))0 occasion was one of
MIRIAM LIKELIKE IN MEMOMAM.
"Stc stretched out her hand to tho Joor;
yea, she i cached out fie f hands to the
'needy." Prov. xxxi, 20.
"Cut off hi prime of life from this
Cut off from hu:liand, brother. sltcr,
With sweeping glories nnd long trulls of
Slio's ilown aloft to join tho meek and
"A Chief ess hoin, a Princess by her
She's been translated ton higher spheie,
Tis theio sho'll lelgu withhi a Ileav'nly
A brighter star than o'er she could be
"Tho Xatlon mourns! A Gloom's cast
o'er jhe.o Isles,
'Ilcrplnco Is void, Jt ne'er can bo re-
Her niiiiio still lives, nnd yvllj forever
'While Heaven spaies her only darlhi'r
"A word of sympathy, wo lend to those,
Who live to grieve a slater's earlv fate,
To them wo say, 'God's llolv Will ho
On Karth, as hi the Etheial Stato."
Hoiioliilii.Fchruaiy 7. 1887.
During last week Mr. Justico lliok
eiton held a term of tho Fourth
Judicial Circuit at Nawiliwili, Kauai.
His 'Excellency lion. Antone Itosa,
Attorney-General, piosccutcd on bo
Jialf of tho Crown, lion, J. Hardy,
Circuit Judge, was piesent. 1$. W.
T. Pin vis, CloiJ:, and W.L.Wilcox,
olliciated as iniorpieler, Tho follow
ing is tho full calendar:
Tho King vs. Naukana and Malao,
housebreaking. S. II. Dolo for de
fendants. Plea of not guilty. In
the caso of Malao a jiollo pros, was
enteied and a unanimous veidiot.of
guilty was enteied against tho other,
who was sentenced to nino months'
imprisonment with hard labor and
The King vo. Andrew Fisher, mali
cious assault with intent to commit
rape upon a girl under ten years of
age. 0. W. Ashfoid was appointed
by the Court to defend tho prisoner,
who pleaded not guilty. Tho jury
found a unanimous verdict of guilty,
and tho prisoner was Eonlenced to
five years' imprisonment with hard
labor, and a lino of if 50 and costs.
Tho man was a prisoner who had es
caped from tho gang on Kauai at the
time ho committed the crime.
Aiuone no uosia vs. ioveu aim
Knleimakalii, trespass. Ash ford &
Ashford for plaintiff; His Excellency
Antone Rosa for defendants. Dam
ages wcie laid at $1,000. The jury
failed to ngiee, and the parties tiled
an agieemeut that judgment might
bo enteied for plaiutiU'for $55.
A. S. Wilcox vs. Kehaliuna, eject
ment. His Excellency Antone Kosa
for plaintiff; llolokahiki for defen
dant, .liny waved. Caso submitted
and taken under advisement.
Koloa Sugar Co. vs. Malakicli, ap
peal from District Court of Koloa.
Appeal dismissed for informality.
C. W. Ashford for defendant.
In ro Meheula, District Justice of
Kapaa, mandamus. Made absolute,
and the Justieu was ordered to hear
the case, iM hours' notice being given
to the plaintiff Potter, and costs
being charged to the Justice.
Tho Couit ioso at li :30 on Satur
day afternoon, having sat till 1:30
The English swell of the Dun
dieary typo was long a favorite object
of caiieatute on the American stage.
Now, it is said, the Now York dudo
is a companion pictuie iu English
comedy. A fair exchange is no
TESTIMONIAL TO THE CAPTAIN AND
OFFICERS OF THE KINAU.
On the evening before their ar
rival at Honolulu, tho excursionists
from tho Lava Flow drew up and
signed the following acknowledg
ment of the handsome manner in
which the' had been treated while
Ox HoAitD Sti:ami:u Kinau,
February 4, 1887.
The undersigned passengers on
tho "Kinau" on the excursion to
the Lava Flow and the circuit 'of
Hawaii, desire to testify their hearty
appreciation of tho kindness and
courtesy of Captain Lorenzen, Pur
ser Uccklcy as well as of the olllcers,
stewards ' and waiters of said
steamer. Under tho disadvantages
of an excessively crowded ship and
the comparative failure of the main
object of the excursion, tho ample
provision made for the comfort of
the passengers, tho abundant and
excellent fare, and the entire manage
ment of all matters connected with
the administration on board, has re
sulted in a season of great enjoy
ment to the passengers and secured
the utmost haimony and good feel
ing among all on board.
A. F. Judd,
Mrs. Irene II. Brown,
II. J. Mobsman,
0. T. Rodgers, M. D.,
L. A. Thurston,
A. 1'. Peterson,
W, F. Frear,
J. U. Kawainul,
Agnes h. Judd,
Albert F. Judd, JrM
James 11. Judd,
M. N. Kennedy,
P. N. Kennedy,
L, Montgomery father,
Jno. S. M, McGrew,
Kate C. McGrew,
Miss Faun Winter,-
Jno. T. McGrew,
Mrs G. West,
)3. C. Oggcl,
A. M. Brown,
Wray Taylor, '
C. II. Eldrcdgc,
.John at. uat,
E. J... Marshal,
Eva Putnam, '
Miss M. BlackwclJ,
Mis. W. Lishmnn,
G. II. Tweedie,
F. M. Lewi's,
L. L. Van Slyke,
Mtsa 51. Stewart,
Miss A. Moore,
Miss E. B. Snow,
J. B. Castle,
Miss L. Dickson,
A. I). Haylpy,
Mrs. Robert Grieve,
S. E. Bishop,
C. S. Hall,
Harry Wicko, ;
J. 0. White,
E. J. "Weight, "
C. J. McCarthy,
E. A. Mclnerny,
Clias. .Jrpzior, v-
C, S. Edison,
A. E.W. .Gibbs,
Capt. J. Lee,
John It. Gillilnnd.
Tho Orango crop ju Ireland is not
ft flncccss financially,
Tho eviction of tenants in Ireland
is producing widespread excitement.
English members of Parliament nnd
loprcsentativca of newspapers who
havo gone to witness tho scenes of tho
eviction war, nro publishing horrify
ing accounts of what they havo soon.
A reaction against tho government
policy has commenced and is gather
ing strength with every fiesh dev
elopment of cocrcivo measures.
The Hon. Henry Campbell Ban
nerman, formerly Chief Secretary for
Ireland believes that when home
rule is granted to Ireland, Parnell
will bo Conservative leader in the
Irish Parliament, and that his pre
sent suppoiteiH will bo in the oppo
sition. Extiemists aio proposing the send
ing of oveiwhelming reinforcements
to Ireland to enable the authorities
to rush the removal of tenants at the
point of the bayonet.
At a Nationalists mass meeting at
Enstney, County Sligo, Jan. 10th,
Mr. Sexton in a speech said that tho
present Government would speedily
be overthrown and Home Itulo would
soon be granted to Ireland. Resolu
tions wero adopted approving "Tho
Plan of Campaign," and strong lan
guage was used by Messrs. Sexton,
O'Reillv and McDonald with refe
rence to the Government and its ad
visors. Tho death of Luid Chesterfield, at
the age of 05, is announced.
The disputes With Great Britain
over the North Atlantic const fish
eries am giving rise to exciting de
bates in Congress. A bill was intro
duced by Senator Edmunds fiom tho
Committee on Foreign Relations,
providing that whenever tho Presi
dent of the United States shall bo
satislled that American fishing ves
sels or fishermen aro denied or
abridged in the enjoy nfent of rights
secured to them by treaty or Jaw or
otherwise unjustly vexed, harassed or
restricted; ho may, by proclamation,
deny the vessels, masters or ciews of
the British domiuionsof Noith Amer
ica, entrance to United States ports,
those driven in by distress, sticss of
weather or needing supplies as to the
President may seem proper, excepted,
and further, il ho thinks piopcr, he
may deny entry in United States ports
offish or any other products or goods
of said dominions. Senator Ingalls
thought those fisheries disputes must
be ultimately settled by negotiation
or war. "The conduct of tho domi
nion and Great Britain, (accoiding to
tho leport of tho Committee) was
sulHcient to justify and warrant a
declaration of war on the part of the
Sonator Fyio believed it his duty
to group the outrages which had been
committed by Canada within tho
last six mouths, and charged the
Canadian authorities with outrages
and inhumanities that would have
disgraced tho Fiji Islanders.
A Wash'ingtok special of the lGth
say's tjiat one clause of tho treaty re
cently negotiated by Sepretary Bay
ard with the Chinese Minister to fur
thor restrict Chinese immigration,
extends the period of exclusion to
thirty years from the dato of the ra
tification of tho treaty, This provi
sion is cordially approved by Con
gressmen from the Pacific Coast.
Tho House Committee on Foieign
Affairs agreed to report favorably
the Senato bill to prohibit tho impor
tation of opium into tho United
States by tjio Chineso or into China
by citizens. ' '
JJerr Von Scjiojtz, Prussian Minis
ter of Finance, presented tho budget
to tho lower bousu of tjio Prussian
Diet. This states that the trade of
Prussia has improved. Grants for
provincial district authorities of tho
kingdom call for 18,000,000 marks,
jnstpad pt 19,000,000 as in tho previ
ous year, The rajjrond recoipts for
tho llscal year will exceed tho ex
penses by 20,000,000 marks. Receipts
from the income tax will bo larger
than heretofore, proving that the
prosperity of the urban population is
much inoi.oasjjd. Statistics show that
tho population' in the iurJ districts
is lessened. In conclusion), the
budget states that the Reichstag's
rejection of the Army bill places all
a other'qucstiOiiH in tho background.
un huh nccuunii inu ruitumu uiubiui
abstained from referring to the de-
rcjppmcnt of indirect taxation.
Tho lower liou.je of the Prussian
J)iet agreed to the first reading of
tjio budget. In repjy to Mr. Wjljd
jlprst' query as to whether tho
innpojipjy bills havo been abandoned,
Ministor Von Sjiojt. said that at
piesent ho could rop)y jp tjio affirm
ative, but ho could not say tho mens?
mes had been dofmitely abolished.
As for himself he was iu favor of tho
An Ultramontane manifesto states
that tho Conter paity will resist
every a'itempt Jo infringe the consti
tutional rights 'of the people. Tho
Frankfort "Journal" published a U'jc
gram from Munich which asserts that
tjio Ultramontaues voted against the
Soptoppnlp iu spito of 'tho Papal
eomniaiid to sujipjiit it, No reason
has been given, hut it slated tjiat
Old Bavarian Ultramoiitaucs are al
ready seeking candidates, willing to
comply with the Pajal wjsje, jlcrr
Blocker declines to stand as CAIldL
dute iu Berlin.
RUMORS OF WARS.
THK JWCiMSH pjlKStf App.USEI) 01' I'UII
Paris, January 25th. Tho news
papcis of nil parties join in accusing
t))p English press of inventing and
circulating Jjollicoso canards. Tho
Ficneh journals assert tjiat English
nowspaper mon aro cngugod lu this
ollegcd work from pecuniary motives,
being intcicstcd iu iniluoncing the
stock niaikots. France, however, it
is' dcclaicd,vwill not fall into tho trap.
Sho is calm and can defy' maneuvers
of her enemies,
TnUTtI OP JICM0P.B DBJ5IED.
London, January 25th.- 2 r. m.
Tho semi-panic- on tho Stock Ex
change caused by the London "Daily
News" article of yesterday has sub
sided. Tho markets aio now ram
pant. Consols for both money and
account opened to-day at an advance
of one-eighth on tho closing prices of
Paris, January 25th. The Cabinet
met to-day and reiterated that tho
war rumors in ciic.ulation aio as in
correct from the military as fiom tho
diplomatic point of view. General
Boulanger, Minister of War, pub
lishes a denial of tho report that ho
is buying horses abroad for tho use
of tho army.
A C0niIK.Sr0NDF.XT ORDERED HOME.
Now York, January 25th. Van
dcrpool. the war correspondent of tho
Paris "Figaro," who served that pa
per in the Russo-Turkisli and other
campaigns nnd who is at present in
this city, received a cablccram from
tho "Figaro" to-day saying that war
is imminent and inevitable and or
dering him to sail for Paris not later
than February 1st.
INDI0NATI0N IN FRANCE.
New York, January 25th. Tho
"Post's" London special says : The
sensation of ycsteiday caused by the
"Daily News' " announcement of im
mediate war between Fiance and
Germany is replaced this morning
by indignation against the editor of
that paper. I havo the highest au
thority from Paris for saying thafnot
a single French soldier has hi en sent
to tho front. From the same source
I learned that General Boulanger de
clares that theio will bo no war un
less Germany is bent on it. The
cainard doubtless had its origin
mainly in reports of military special
ists who have been advising tho Bri
tish foreign oflico that there is dan
ger of German invasion of Belgium.
This and tho general disliko of Bou
langer, and the fear of him as a reck
less adventurer, may explain the
A OKIUIAN DISCLAIMER.
Beilin, Jniiunry 25th. The "North
German Gazette" confirms tjio paci
fic declinations made by M. Goblet,
tlie l-iencli Premier. Tho "Gazette"
pronounces tho declaration of tho
London "Daily News" that Germany
intended to ask for certain explana
tions froru tjio French regaiding the
movement of troops on tho fiontier,
as a pmo imentiou.
UNKNOWN ISLANDS IN THE PACIFIC.
The fact that two islands of con
siderable size have rccontly been dis
covered in the Pacific Ocean shows
that wo havo yet much to learn of
this great watery expanse. The
largest discovery is an island lying
less than one hundred miles from
the not them coast of New Guinea.
It has been named Allison Island,
is nearly three miles long, rises fiom
100 to 150 feet above the sea, and
has abundant timber. Several
specks of fertile and inhabited land,
some of them much larger than
Aljlson Island, Jiavo Ijepn found
within a few years at a dislanco of
100 to 200 or 3Q0 miles from the
New Guinea coast, apd similar dis
coveries orp made once in a while in
various paita of the Pacific.
Occanica is so largo that up map
of it can be given in an atlas except
on a minute scale. We see hun
dreds of groups and solitary islands
huddled together on tho maps, and
get the idea that the Paelllc is
thickly studded with verdant bits of
land. The fact is, however, that
vessels may sail among these islands
for many weeks without once coming
in. sjghfpf lapd,. Only a few inonths
ago a crew that had been ship
wrecked in tl;p great isaiid region
of tho Pacific rowed north for forty
days before they reached Hawaii,
tho nearest land. A. 11. Wallace,
who has travelled widely in tho
Pacific, expressed the opinion some
time ago that thorp arp still a good
many islands there that have noyer
yet boon aeon by white men.
Once in a while a Pacific trader
finds some now or little known
Jplapdsj and opens trade with its
inhabitants, f business thrives he
keeps his secret as long us ho can,
so as to enjoy a monopoly. It was
found a while ago, when the Wood
lark Jpjands were explored, that an
Australian firm had carefully chart
ed the islands several years before,
and had been quietly' trading there,
all unknown 'to the other Pacific
merchants. IS. Y. Sun.
VVHAT PONES ARE USED FOR.
When if hqrso dies the bonemai)
pays from SI to $2 for tlm carpass
delivered at his unattractive place
of business. The same enterprising
citizen collects all the bones ho can
get from near and far. Ho buys all
that the slaughter-houses have for
sale, and docs not disdain accessions
of dogs and horses which havo been
for boiiio days In tho canal, The
boncman's business is said to lie
extremely profitable, as indeed jt
pugljt ig be to offset its disngreeablo
nature. A dead Jipryp or cow on
nrrivjng at Hip bpneyard Is first;
skinned, tlm hide, if ju a good state
of preservation, being s,oh for
leather. The carcass is nct chop
ped up, und every bit' of it is east
into n tank and tho moat bollod
from tho bones. The bones them
.selves yield "bone grease" which is
'sbJlf to l)ip soap men and others.
Tho flesh, together with al tho refuse-
or offal of the animal, in" 6ten,in
dried and afterward ground up and
disposed of as a fertilizing agent.
Then tho bones are collected and
sent tp Now York city, where they
bring $25 a ton. Tho demand 'for
bones is very great. Thoy are put
to a yaiioty of uses, chief among
which are, ilrst, tho refining of sit
gar. For this purposo thoy aro
BLACK CLOTH SU8TS!
BLACK SILK HATS,
Black and White Gloves. Ties. Etc.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of the above-named Goods, of the
BEST QUALITY at
Corner oi JTovt & Merchant Stw., IIouolulu.
burned charred in a retort. The
result is bono carbon, through the
agency of which sugar is purified.
Second, iu tho mnking of bone phos
phate, which is the most valued of
foitllizers. Hoofs and horns are,
as well known, utilized in the manu
facturing industries. Thus it is
seen that every atom of the defunct
horse or cow is in some way useful,
and is matkctablo property for
which there is a sure demand.
Miss Maud Howe, iu a letter to
the Boston Transcript, asks why it
is that "the first instinct of a woman
on arriving nt a strange place is to
go and buy something?" Tho ques
tion is, of course, unanswerable as
much so, perhaps, as this question:
"Why is the first instinct of every
man on arriving at a strange placo
to go and take something "r"
Mdmc. Judic, the Parisian favour
ite, is making a successful. Scandi
navian tour with Ninicho, Nitouelic,
and Lill. She returns to the French
capital at the end of the month.
will render his popul ir lontnre,
Three Tears in the Ranks !
Jly Bemlnlscenccs of the
A-aiiaiticvis' civile VVK.
Bslnj; the COMIC, TRAGIC and
l'ATHKTIO shies of a private
Y. M. C. A. Hall, Thursday Evening,
nt 7 :10 o'clock, under the auspices of
Goo. W. DoLong Post, No. 45, Dept. of Cal.,
G. A. R. For ih" lioncllt of Its
Pot Commander R. W. Lulnc will
preside. Admlsdon Co cen's.
NEITllKR OAT TAIN NOR AGENT
or BARK Z01LA will no rcspnn.
Mlilu for debts u'litnirn'' ' w'lh'mt ihelr
order. J. T. WA'IER.IOUPE.
5 -2w Airrnt,
MISS CLARKE, who lias hud many
ycuis eM)rii in ii in Dres & Clonk
M-klnir. hns Ol'FNEO A HRE-SMAK.
ING ESTABLISHMENT nt 101 Ahilic.i
sir jet, CI
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE LOT. cnrrerPcnsncoln
nnd' Lunalllo"ts, which can be
(livhhd Into two or nioro building lolg.
Knniilre of Q. WEST,
fjt Of West, Bow & Cp.
Geo W. Di-.I.ono Poet, No. 4C,
i Poet, No. 4C, )
ii'oiikia, G.A.R., Y
J, Feb. 8, lfc87. J
UICFAimi'T OI' vkuv
rpHERK WILL HE A REGULAR
X nci-tliig cfilds Post this TUE:-.
DAY Evening, at 7 o'clock
R. W. LAINE,
J. V. Nom.n, P. 0.
Adjutant. 61 It
THE UNEXPIRED LEASE (V
those mcinlsis rluuiid in Niiunmi
Vullc-y, known iw Grovo Coltnjje, form,
crly occupied I y J JI. Pmy, and recent
ly hy thu undersigned, ns n lesldcncc.
Tlm Ictise exotics Dee. 1. 1838. i
Apply to 'J1RU0E C'ARTWRIGHT.
HMIE UNDERSIGNED WILL RE.
X pelvo blijuit hisolllce, up to noea
ot Monday, 141, inbt-( ror printing Vol
ume V, Jl.iwalhin Reports. Purticiiliirs
Clerk Huiitcmo Coutt.
Honolulu, Feb. 7, U87. IS t)t
rpilE UNDERSlGNEp HAS THIS
X Hay been npnoluted Ubsljrneo cf
the Lstiue of WALLACE JACKSON, ii
Inukrupt. All piTKoiih owing siild istutu
nru hcieby noiitlod to iirike iininudlalu
piiynie)i 10 mo at iy oflico over tho
Rank of BUhop & Co.; hi Honolulu
it , , w.U. PARKE, Asslgnco.
Honolulu, Fth.fi. J887. ' C,t -tt
WALTER WALL will intend to
the lolkciiiiL' of Ice hills 1111.
til further notice. William Rogers is
nolongjr In nur employ.
t'EUPI.Eri itlK&RBK. CO.
'PRE PREMISE lntoly occupied by
- Queen Eininii, Mtui'tu 011 the couth
coiner of Niiuiinii nnd Uoiu'tuila sticct',
nru ollVrcil for renlnl for 11 leiin of yeuin
uptn icu&oiiublo tei inn. Apply to
, JOHN H.PATY,
OOtf Ticiis. Queen's Hospllal.
He Real Estate
Under instruction"! frnn the HON.
BOARD OF EDUCATION, I slmll icll
ut Pul lie Am t on, on
Monday, March 7th, 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon,
ntmy snlcsrroin, cormr of Fort nnd
Qtietni-tice't., Honolulu, Unit virv do.
'Iraliln (met of hind situated nt Kuliu,
Lllllin Slicet, known as Leo You,
innn's Propcity, comprising
Kalo & Kula Land
of surcilor quality, well.waterrd,
Lot No. 1 Containing tiu area of
1 1 nnd C-ldO nercc, at on unset nnco
of 97,500.00. '
Lot No. S Adjoining tho alovo on
the ninultn side, nnd ronttihiinfi an
arcaof 1 ncre. Ut set piice $76000.
TITLE PERFECT. ' "".
THIOIS CASH. Deeds nt tlio
txp'iucnf purchapcis. Funhei pirtjc
tilius may 1J Ictrnid ly aiipllcntipii at
tho olllee of thu Boird of Education,
where piling and sutycys of the laud
muy bo seen. r
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
. , Auctioneer
Honolulu, Feb. 2, 1687 40td
COTTAGE TO LET.
jbAtSUk AT A VEHY REASONABLE
Kroj&vfiiJ Chnig'. that ncnt coit.igoon
meiiS& il0 plain-, recently occupied
by .Mr. Peacock, if Frcoth A; Peacock,
nnd nftetw.uds by Mr. Bl hm. Tho
coitigoeontnhnsuvoriil roome, a idco
yiiid, Hnblu and carriage house. For
pnrii uliirs nnily on the nrunisus or to
M It. COLBUHN, lit Ouhu P,ii n 4911
THE Cms. LONG HOMESTEAD
l'rcinUi s on Eininn strict, cpposlto
Mr. Jn. C'twiipbtliN. PiS'esaioa to bo
given inimt'dluiclv. Apply to
F. A. St'HAlil!E!t. 4q lw
;- ' , 'I
To Planters and Families,
A NY PEUbONS REQUIHING POR.
Z"A. tiigiu-c, .ln) unite or Chinese hiborr
.er', m i'e or Female, cin n supplied by
ndaroli g the undersigned, euro of Mr.
C T Gulfck. F, 5IARC0S,
IIouolulu, .Inniiaiy M, P8f.
Co-Partnorsliip Notice. S.
MESSRS. E. PECK AND S. PECK
have entered Into a co-partnership
under thu firm nnino of K. & 8. PECK,
lrom Jniiu iry 1, 18o7, nnd will carry o'a
Drnylng and Forwarding BusinoiRlq all
its branches. " E' PEOK, "
' 48 !'" B. PECK;
JOTICEI3 HEUEllY GIVEN TIIA
holders of the Hawaiian CiurlagoManu
nciurinc uonipaiy will bo Jitld on
TI1UKSDAY, February IO1I1, nt 10
o'clock 11 m., at the ofllee of the Com
pany, Queen jstreet.
E. G. SOHUMAN,
(MVJBsT, gtcly mulVrcBH.
Kirn. Smltlicr, LnilicH' Nnme,
HAVING RETURNED FROM THE
Const, Is prepared to make a few
engagement". Mis. Sniither baa lpwl
long experience n3 Indies' nurso und earl
furnish host of reference, both In this
United States nnd on tho Islands. I'CAll
or address, SIRS. S. SMITH ER, Fort
Street, letwecn Hotel and Beretnnin,
Honolulu. 85 lm
. 1 j 1 1.'
HAVING secured tio scrvipes ot
MR. J. M. OAT, as general pur
chasing ugent in Gan Francisco, I slialj
In future be prepared lo 1111 ul orders ja
our Unit particularly, or any special or.
dorp, with the SBsuiunco thnflfr, Gal's
peisonul attention will bo given to (ho
selection nnd purchase ut nil articles
ordered. (08; J. H. 60PER.
FOIt SALE OR LEASE. I
J 1T1 1 I Si MED I TK POSSK 8ION,
t the viiliin til'.i F.iliitii In Niinnim
Valley V4 iiilles Iiom tun cliy, nnd i.n
(loiihii'dlv tho most elieihln silo for a
juuk or .hiikiii ei iiuiier i-uiry in tins
Kingdonu Apply to
SPECIAL NOTICE. "
1I7E HERfirtV RE0UE3T'aLL
It puKunx' hniig philiiis ngiin'st
the ft rm of s. C'OlfN i;0. 03 tfnd fllj
tint fittoi), to pie-cit the sa'mo nt trac.q
for paj 1111 ut. - H.C011N d 00,
qWO DOUBLE ENDFD FREIGHT
X Ho'tts lii good order. Pun Fran,
choti built; will 1 any up to il tons.
Can bit seen utihcMaiina Railway.
Apply to THLQ. Jit DVijM' CO.
SIX GOOD DRESSMAKERS wanted
at Ohus, J. Fl.hol'B Drct smoking
1-stnbllshment None but good hands
need to apply, 14U
1 1 1