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1i rlUUhl $ UU-Uh
TUESDAY, FBH. 8, 1887.
Hchi Kiilummiii fidin llniunktia
Bclir Nettle Men ill ftoui Ltihaltu
Sckr Lcihl from Kohnla
Selir Unlnbow Iio n Hunalel
Hchr lliukul fiom Walnlim,
Selir J.my from Koli.tl.i
Stmr WO Hall for Lnlmlnn, Maalnca,
Konn, Knu nud the Volcauo at 10
o'clock a m
Stmr 0 It Bishop for Wnlauae, Is aw 111
will, Kapja and llanamniilu at 12
Stmr Mlkiihnln for Xawlllwlli, IColoa,
Eloele. Wnltnea, and Krk'ilm at p in
llktno Planter for San FrnticWeo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stnu- Lehua for llamaku.i
LI: Lilian for Hongkong
Stmr Iwalani for Lalialna niidllniiiakua
t 8 a m
Selir Ehtiknl for Walnlun
Selir Lcabi for Ivoliala
Schr I.uka for Koliolalch
Schr ICiiliitunnii for Kolial i
For Haul and Hawaii per stmr Klnnti,
Feb" E U Illtebcock. Mr Mnleolni
Jlroun, A Bniitli!e;, Mrs Cooper, JIis
Aldilcli, Mrs Schullv, Mis W Goodale,
Mrs Ohm Achl and family, Mrs Wll
liclni, .1 Q Clcvlor and f0 deck.
Tor Hongkong, per ship Meiouiy,
Feb 7HuvA II Smith, wlfo and two
children, Paul Robin, wlfo and 5 ehll
dicn, and 32 Cblne-c.
For Sau FuuicKco per bktno Planter,
Feb 8 Mr and Mrs W 11 Jloolh and
For Maui and Hawaii per btnir W O
Hall, Feb 8 Mr and Mm Raymond,
Judge rornaudur, wifo and daughter,
Miss E Tut Ion, Mrs Hewitt, M 1 Mou
Eairnt, wlfo and beivaut, Oeo McLean
and wife, Mid Kapoka and child and 15
For ICanal, per steamer Wnlalcnlc,
Monday, Feb 7 Jt A Maclle, Jr, and
VESSEL8 IN PORL
Ud Hope, Punhallow
Uk Sonoma, Howes
JJk Drottning Sophia. Svonsion
Bk C O Wliltmoie, Thompson
Bk Lilian, Holland
JJaik Lady Lampoon, Marston
llktno Discovciy, Leo
Bk Zolla, McKay
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Selir Kulanianu 2,lll stig.ir.
Selir Ncttio Men ill V,10o tugar.
Scbr Lcalil Biusiig.i .
Selir Rainbow 103 sugar.
Selir Eliukal 2G."j sugar.
Tho bark Saranac Falls this afternoon
for S.i'n FrnncUco, taking fioni this port
81,20 bags of sng.ir weiglilng 3.011,570
lbs, and valued at ?lii2,t).M.7U.
The bktno Planter sailed this after
noon for San Finnelsco with 14,107 bagi
of sugar. 1.740 h.igs of lice and :u0 bbis
of molasses, valued at $80, 370.
Tho bktno Dlscoveiy w III sail fur San
Fruucl-co on Tuesday next. She has
ahvady about fi.OOO sugar In tho hold.
The schooner lcalil hi lived this
nio'iuliig with "13 bags of sugar fioni
Kohala, She was compelled to leac
Hawaii on account of lough weather.
She left Kohala on Monday at 2 p m,
lud a ilycd hcio this il a in.
Am bktno S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Poit Blakely, duo hero Dec lnth, to
C.istlo & CooKe.
., '' Am bftrk Tlinoiir, Biower, sailed fioni
Boston, Dec 17, duo May 1-20.
Am teiu C O Pciklns, Ackcrnian,
from San I'raucUeo, duo January 20-31.
Ainwhbaik Hunter, Geo W .leaks,
from the Lino Islands, duo Match 10-'J1.
Am bark KHUtat,
R D Cutler, fioni
T, duu Fcbiiuiry
' Br)t bark Maitha, Fisher, fioni Glas
gow, sailed Sept 0, duo leio Jan 15-ao,
to ftuoacfpr & Co.
IllitbarkGlengaber, Rolleston, fiom
Liverpool, due heio, Jun 15-U1, to
P.ivies & Co,
Ger balk Hydi-a, from Hongkong, duo
December 1-15. '
Haw selir General Selgel, from French
Frigate Shoals, dun Noy 20-ao,
Haw bail; Thos R Foster, F W Rugg,
from Victoria, B C, duo December
Nor bark P C Paterscn, from low
ca"tle, N S W, due February 1-20.
Geinian baik Heiculcs, Jess, Sehaefer,
& Co. sailed f i om Glasgow, Dtcember
18. duo April !i0.
LOCAL $c GENERAL lltVS.
Jilt. Goto is unwell.
CAr-TAiN Swinton, of tho Canuto,
icports four whales oft' Mahukona.
3In'. Qsnian D.iy lectures this even
ing at tho Club Houto Dining Rooms.
Mn. Maik Rcjiinsou lccoivcd fivo
bulls by tho Chut Spreokels yester
day. Tun B. H. Aiibtralia with dates to
tho J!nd instant will bo duo to-moi-row.
Till! icgular meeting of tho Geo.
W. DoLong Post No. 45, G. A. It. will
take placo this evening at 7 o'clock.
Sunday, tho 27th instant, lias been
definitely ilxed upon as tlio day for
tho funoial of tho Into Fiincos Like-
bail: Lilian sails
. m. for Hpngkong.
mail will close at
iimnow at 2 j
io rost uinco
1 !( Jf.
Tiir.cntoitainmcnt sot for Tliurs
day evening next, in tho Sunday
school loom of St. Andrew's Catlic
dial, has been postponed.
Tnr. "P. C. A.'h" Wnimca, Kauai,
correspondent announces that tho
Distiict Judgo ims fot in his lesign
atjon on account of ill health,
,, . rf -
A lot at tho comor of Poiuacola
and Lunalilo stieots which can bo
divided into two or inoui building
lots is advortiscd to let by Mr. G,
r ' rjJI'lllitf f li A, lilt lifiiir AtfA'jf '-1
Mrt. 12. 0, Hitchcock sunt in llllo
by tliu Kuitiu, on Monday, u tpmi ol
drny-horbcs und dnvy, with tliu inten
tion of Malting u carting buBincss at
tlio ubovo place.
A srra.u. mcctinc; of the Y. M. C'.
A. will bo litliltliis ovuning nt7:.'10
o'clock, for the transaction of
btifeinuEH. Members aio requested to
be ptoacntin full force.
Ir is authoritatively announced
(hat Mr. A. P. Peterson, formerly a
member of tho ill m of Kinney &
Peterson, li.is been appointed clerk
to the Attornoy-Cttiicial.
The case of Swift vc Garelin Bios.,
wheioin Mr. bwilt prays for a disso
lution of partnership in the business
of planting for tho Kiluuea Sugar
Co.'s mill, lias been postponed until
As unexpired lease of Grove Cot
tage on Niuianu Valley, tho foimor
rcsidonco of Mr. J. II. Paty and 10
cently occupied by Mr. Biuco Cait
wiiglit, is oil'ercd by tho last niuncil
gentleman on easy terms.
Hill, Frank lliggins lias decided to
sell hiH pete, two parrots and a mon
key. One of his p.u tots speaks Spa
nish, Hawaiian and English renin ik
ably well. It can ciow and cackle
like a barn-door fowl, whistle like n
magpie, and cry like a baby.
Thk schooner Canute, which left
hero Saturday for Laupahochoc, lost
her foresail and jib oft' Kohala. The
weather being severe, slio niado way
for Honolulu under reefed mainsail
and Hying jib, ni riving hero this
morning after u Hying passage of 13
Tins lion. G. B. Paloh.ui, rcprcscn
tativo for Ilonalei, is Road Supervisor-in-Chicf
for tho island of Kauai, and
Mr. Jus. Bush is .tho distiict Road
Supervisor from whenco tho seiious
complaints emanate that were rcfci
rcd to in our editorial columns yes
terday. Tun Boston "Pilot" for December
18, I860, says: "Tho fund which
our esteemed contemponuy, the
"Avo Maria," iccently staited for
Father Damicn's mission among tho
lepeis at Molokai, amounts to nearly
1,000. To this, sympathizing friends
in Cambiidge, Mass., add useful and
"Rui..v IIookeonimaka" is tho title
of a neatly piinted little book, issued,
from the "Advctisnr" ofllco. It is in
tho Hawaiian langungo, and edited
by Mr. Thomas Spencer. It contains
lilies of ctinucttt'i rules for letter
wilting, and vaiious matters of n
kindled natuic. This should piovo
u useful little book for nativo Ha-
Tins morning's "Herald' says,
Tho Government, instead of accept
ing any of the tenders made for tlio
ollieial advertising, has decided on
issuing ft paper to bo called the
"Government Gazette." It will con
tain all the Government announce
ments, but havo no political editor
ials. Tlio organ will bo published at
tho "Elele" nativo paper ollice.
Till! "Gazette" Kohala correspond
ent wiites: "Tho Kohala mills are till
doing good work. Tlio Kohala Sugar
Co. is alivo with good c.ino and good
sugar. A section of about forty acres
yielded an nveiago of more than toven
tons to an acre. A thirty aero field
of l.ittoons is alt'o being cut, more
than half of tho Held is linibhed and
so far it is yielding fivo tons to an
acie. Between 7,000 and 8,000 bugs
of sugar aro now leady for shipment."
Mr. and Mis. Ficd. Macfoilano and
Miss'Alvina Widemann will sail per
S. S. Zcalandia for California, on
Mr. F. P. Hastings having returned
from his Jit to Kauai, ha resumed
tho management of Sprocket's Bank.
A GREAT AUCTION SALE.
A dissolution of partnership of, tjio
firm of Messrs, S, Colin & Go. ncccs
sitatou tho selling at auction of tho
ontiio stock of tlio Templo of Fashion,
Campbell's block, Foit street. Tho
sale will commence nt 10 o'clock host
Thursday morning, and will continue
over tho two following days, Fiiday
and Saturday. Tito doors of tho
establishment arc now closed, whilo
pioparations for lio salo aro in pro
gress. A gieat validly of goods is to
bo submitted without reserve. Lunch
will bo provided, and special arrange
ments inudo for the convenience of
ladies. An outlino of particulars is
given in an imuiotibO advertisomont
in this paper.
iiefori: TOLICI! iJUSTICi: pATTOX,
Tuesday, Feb. 8th,
Ah Lai pleaded guilty lo violating
Section 5, Chapter -11 of Session Lawf
of 1880. Fined 30 and costs $1.
Iio Keo was brought upon rcmond
on a charge of furiouB and heedless
liding. Tho testimony for tho Crown
was. that on tho 2fith January tho
defendant was horso riding on King
sttoet near tlio Chineso Tlieatie. lie
ran over a. woman and passed on.
Tlio defendant stated that ho has
not litldcn a horto moio than two pr
throo times, but novcitheleEs ho
tjiought ho knovy how to rido. Ho
did not intend that his hortu sliouW
rin away with liitn, but it did hi,
ItcipniiiU'd to ihh instant for
A small boy named Kinikeoki,
dunged with tiuancy, was deliveicd
to Ivva tho fchool teacher.
AT CHASinuUb m'.r'oUU fltr-STOK, J,
Mosimv, Fob. 7lli.
In ro estate of V. S. Attinai, pro-
bato of will. Tho Cotttt ordered
that tlio VU bu ndniittt'd lo ptxbato.
J. U. Kamakua for ptUllonul', J. M.
j Moiisnrrnt for tho heirs.
C.jinplcio Report from Mauna
TRirs rtK &TKAMKI13 " W. 0. HAM, "
AND ' KIN'AU " TULI.Y
Tlio Daily Ucllctik Sumuauy
will be lasuetl on Friday next, tlio
11th instant, in time for the out
going mail. It will contain nil tho
accounts previously published in
the Daily Bulletin- in n complclo
and revised form. For despatch
abroad, it cannot bo surpassed by
any publication in this city. Flcaso
send orders early, cither to Sopor's
News Agency, Merchant street, or
tho Daily Uuxlutix Ofllco, Queen
THE GATE OF THE CAUCASUS,
In an articlo upon the town and
port of Ilutonin, the Moskow Ga
zette s.tatc3 that its abolition a1) a
frco port by tlio Czar a few months
ago created v. great sensation. Tho
growth of Batotun since it was dc
claicd a free port in 1878 lias been
immense. Nearly all the Turkish
inhabitants uiigiatcd to Trcbizoud
in 1878, leaving behind only a small
.population of a,0U0 souls, which Ims
since increased to 10,000. The
Greek clement preponderates,
though thcto arc also n large num
ber of Armenians. The Ktissians are
a very small minority. Hatotim,
from being a puiely Asiatic town,
has now become tt quasi-European.
The central meeting'plaee for trans
acting business is a cafe facing tho
sea. The conversation there is
limited to Turkish affairs; Tutkish
coffee is the only beverage, and no
thing is smuked but Turkish tobacco.
Gambling goes on in the open air,
and tables for playing games of ha
zatd extend along the footpath. It
is believed that, despite all dilll
culties, the future of llatoum i as
sured as well by tho supeiiority of
its liatbor as by its geographical
position. It is the best port of the
Black bca ; it lias a depth of water
close to the shoru of from thirty to
foity fathoms; and its area would
accommodate fifteen war vessels,
without counting a vast number of
mcicluintmen. Butotiin, further,
forms the outlet lo a railway, 800
versls in length, connecting two
seas, nud transporting good3 not
only from Baku and Tillis, hut from
TiMiiseaspinn tcrtjtpry. The Kras-novedsH-Merv
Lino will supply it
with considerable quantities of cot
ton and silk for transportation.
Persian wheat is already 'earned
thither in largo quantities, along
with naptha from Baku, Thcro is a
(ptestion of constructing a canal
from the latter town. It is icgaided
as probable Unit tho wholo trade of
the decaying town of Poli will pass
over to Batotun, which will also
offer advantages to settlers when its
marshes have been drained.
A Columbus doctor has been sent
to tin insane asyuin because ho be
lieved no lost liis head in u game of
billiards, and looked under tho tablo
to find it. Kansas City Timos.
Scorn to tramplo on a worm or
sneak: to an emperor. fSanli.
A noble heart, liko lite sun,
showcth its greatesc countenance in
its lowest estate, Sir Philip Syd
ney, Tlio Presbyterian Church objects
to both dancing and cards down
on botli tho reel andl-tleal. Wash
Wo can't understand how it h
that pickpockets do such a heavy
business during tho holidays with
out advei Using at all. BurlJpgton
It is said Hint, one of the curious
results of tho Charleston caithquako
is tlio loss of animals ft out terror.
Many of the milch cows have gone
dry since the earthquake in the
country about Charleston, and. one
mail 'i said lo Itavu lost seven
horses from the effects of terror.
YIEWS of tlio Lnviv Flow of 187,
(iiiii NutfiillvB in u iio u tlio ntcond
day of tlio erupt on, chawing tho col.
twin ofluvn nt tlio kourcu cinter, mny
Iio twit nt lhi l'hoiosrui li Itooins of .1.
"X7E HAVE just received per Aus.
TT tr.illmuuwlot of Aitlsts'
r ..... -r ...
Jt Ot Ai lists- JUU
teiM', Eony "Wure, Hin la't, Onllntt
l''nmea, RtiUlo Finmi-f, ttu And wo
nro belter piapnrdl thnn ever to miiKo
Oirnlcfs nnl IMrturo 1'iamo', huii
tliu In-go-t ttnd b'j t bilo'icd slit)! o'
iVouMlnf-f. In tU Klnudom. Kino
U1I03.1 ItT fTOIIJl 31
Dp. Fli.st'b HnAiiT Itr.Mi:uY ih u
Spocifio for till tonus of llouit Din
oitfo nud ulso for Di-u.tscs of lvidnuys
mid Ciroultiuun. Doscriptivu book
xvitli every bottlo. Uonson Smith &
Co., AnoiitH. -'CI
1'AOiioNizr. Homo Industry by buy
ing cigiim of J. W. Ilineloy, Clgtir
Manufacturer, at tho Cryntnl Soda
Yoi1;h, whoro iio is pi opined to fill all
ohIoih at tho "pweot potsiblo whole
puIo piioes. la-lnnd oidcrH Eollclted
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealoiH is leHpectfully inviled to
tho fact "no license is u-quiii'd" to
pell theso cigam. Do not foigcttho
niiiul) J. W. Hitigloy, nor tlu plnpo
Crystal Bodu Wotks, llptol Ptiout.
On account of the Dissolution of tho Co-partnership of the firm of MESSRS. S. COHK & CO., I am instructed
to offer at PUBLIC AUCTION" on
THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
.A.t IO j.. TML. Sharp, tlie
ENTIRE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE, WITHOUT RESERVE !
Consisting in part of Full Lines of
Gentlemen's, Boys', Youths' and Children's Clothing,
A COaiPLETE STOCK OF
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
dents' and Ladies' Sloes, Trunks, Valises ami all Descriptions of Traveling Satchels
Complete Assortment of Ladies' and Children's Wear,
House Furnishing Goods,
Perfumery and Toilet Requisites,
THE ENTIRE STORE FIXTURES ! !
Terms Cash on Delivery.
BLACK CLOTH SUITS
(a Prlnro A1I rts nml Snuli", of tho
viry boit quuliiy nml btylc.
BlacK Cashmere & Merino,
. BLACK GLOVES,
Fine Black Straw Boroeis
All thwtGools havo jut nnlucilby
tho lust steamer nml I will sell them nt
tlio voiy lowett flgiTJs.
GHAS. J. FISHEL'S
LEADING MILLINEEY HOUSE.
MM Hob To Let!
MIE RESIDENCE octuiled by Mr.
Jamka A. Kcnnedt, toimr
Klmii a'id l'i.ii:nio,.i S routs.
JAM EH A. KKXKEDY,
C81 Ollleo of the Ilonoliihi Ir in 'A o lc.
npun co-PARTXintBiiiP im:re.
X ' (ofi vo oxls luif bulwion A. lliown
nml J. Phillips, under tho llrm nnmo of
llrown & Phillips, having expired by
linltalloii, the b inlnov- licrci-fior
ho rarrlol on b J. Phllll b, who will
liny nil .ibls nyreil by aid colUci nil
bpls duo a ild linn.
llth and 12th of FEBRUARY,
-At the Premises
COTTAOKS ON LI LI II A.
Micoi. uuiii S lirul. Kent" mod'jr-
Apply to M. S. OUIXI1AUM & CO.,
A N ADJOURNED MEETIXG OF
IX. tliu HlocUliolders ot ihuSinr Mill
Company will bo lull nt tho olll o of
Wm. O. Irwin & Co., on IMUltbDAY,
tliu I lib iiiitnnt, nt tl u in.
W3t W O IltWIN.S.crctnry.
THE lt!;SIDENrE AXD
Pasture L mils nt PiuouVal-l-y.
oci'iinUd hv Mr?. Lonir.
Apply on the premises. I.0if
For Sale or a Leas.
A COTTAGE; on Lunalilo Ftroct.
At present teonploil by 1', Opfci
glt, E.-q. It coutulus parlor, dlniuc
loom anil 2 betlroomn. bath, pnntry and
tchen. AUigo ynrd with outbuild
e for horses, cnrrlniro nml fervint'.
17tf Apply to II.J. AGNEW.
J nn imported
S)nel Mine, Oyeais
been ilrlv.'ii by u lndy. One
iiiL-Q i-iiiii- on. siuiinuiccKor a ninnu.
f leluro; nml alfo, one lino bqunro Weber
Plnno, nil In good oidfr. enquire of
41 lm HVMAN 111(03.
New Photograph Rooms.
OVKR Nlchol's More, Fort strict,
noxl tho Shooting Gallery, Pic
lurM, Portrnlti. und yiiiws, Klistolass
vvoik. bntUfnctlon cuirnnteed.
SO lv J. A- OON8ALVE3.
FOR LEASE OK SALE.
1MIE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
. klkl.nt p csentiiicuplcd l.y G. D.
iioctu. Apply at miici ot
FjttETII A: l'EACOOli",
12 if 23 Numinu street.
rTMIR COTTAGE, mw. occupied by
X Mr. E. W. Tucker, coiiialnhie fil
rooms, bulb r.iora, pnntry, orm.ii inoui,
tic. There are also Btnble, c-urlnjo
huu-ocerviint'H room, nil. In good older.
Apply to E. R- HENDRY, at Pnoiflc
Hiirilwuro Co ' Store, 1 on St. -JOtf
RIDING POXY, color leddleh,
with wlilio lorilicnd, nud white
liliul fcot, bin uroyetl out or my ynul,
Aiuwnrd af tho doiliirs will bo pnld or
tliu vetmnof V'io liorbf, oi lnformiiou
in- io lt wlicreu tiouts. U. il. ll.Y uij.
1U; littutuulii htuut. . OJ.t
'..Uv.'' . ,,"v'-J.
known as the-
L. J. LEVEY, Auctioneer.
EGAN & CO.,
Cornei1 ot Fort and Merchant Mtrectm Honalala.
Black Cloth Suits, Gloves, Ties, Etc.
TVliite Ties, "White Ht, E.tc.
Star Our BLACK CLOTH
Eastern Finish, and marked
Fred'ricksburg Brewing Co. j
SAN JOSE, CAL.
Tho Lnger Beer of
At tho Expositions
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Gortds, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Morohant Streets, Hontlultu OtapbeU'a Koek.
ISLAND TRADE SOICITED
SUITS arc of excellent quality,
at tho LOWEST figures in the
EGAN & CO.
Ike atore Brewery
the First Prizes
ot 188S and 1E86
AMD DKALKB IN
AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED