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i SflHtj g. .Uvilu,
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9, 1887.
8 S Auslriillii from S.m Francisco
Schr Waioll from Kuiui
Fcbi uary 0 -Stun
Lcbti.i for Il.imakua
Uk Lilian for Hongkong
Stuirlwulanl for Lalmlim nudHatnakita
nl 8 :i in
Schr Ehuk.il for Wuloltia
Schr I.eahl for Kolml.i
Schr Luka for Koholalcle
Schr Kuliimnmi for Kohal i
.VESSELS LEAVING TOMORROW.
Schr lviuillhia for Lahalnn at 3 p m
Schr Wnloll for Kuau
From Sau Frnneico, per S S Austra
lia, Feb 0-.T 31 Dough, Ilov W L II
linker mul wUc, Gen N II Davis, Win
Pervnn, .T II Knowlos, Jno ltllcy. Win
aineoinbor, 12 11 I.aplnim, Jos Sllvu, T
S l'eabo, A DoWIlt, it Aclclailoicr, Jin
J Rosenthal ami 3 clillilrcn, J Kopplo
man, L linger, II C Hrynnt, O F lteed,
O 31 Cook, wife, 1 ehlidicn and tiuild,
.Tas Stoue, II W Schmidt, ulfo and
child, O J Waller. 13 Ingham, R M D.ig
get and wife, A .1 Campbell, llims and
wife, Jno Dnllaghcr, .1 S Like, .Iiih
Stone, .) 13 Winner. L Ilhikston, and IS
cargoes from island ports.
Schr Waioll 113 1 sugar.
Tliu scliooncr Mary, foimcrly the
Ilniuinoiila, arrlnil lioio ycMeidny
nflcriioon, ehe having put hack on ac
count of had weithi'r.
Tim Rchoouer Nellie Merrill W receiv
ing a now in iln honiu seven feet longer
than the old one, mid a new main h.iII.
Tho sailing of the tinr Kll.iuca lion
has been postponed fiom Monday even
ing until to-day.
The schooner Waioll made the dis
tance between Kuan and Honolulu In 0
hoars last night. Her fnie.ill was
The S S Australia left San FianeKeo
2 p in Feb 2nd. Stiong NW to WXW
breeze with heavy sijualls and lain to
U8 degrees noith: I hence to port moder
ate to strong ti tides, varying fiom X to
13. Took In pilot. U oj a in. Feb 0th.
Brought U(U toiu freight and 01 pas
The scliooncr Anna Williams Is 12
days out from San Francisco for Ktihii
lul. The bili Sclina sailed from San
Francisco for llllo on January 30.
The schooner Deo Cl'eikin, Acker
man, cleared San FrancNco, Jan 2ith,
The schooner J C Foul, DrllUths,
cleared San Fianeisco. Jan 31, for this
The bail; Ceylon, Calhoun, au!cd at
Sau Fianclseo on Jan L'lith. 10 days
from Honolulu. She lost her inaln
topsall, topgallaiit-s.ill and jib dm lug
Tho bktnc W II Dlmond, Swift, mas
ter, Is nlno days fiom San Franclco for
Tho brig W II Meyer, was loading
lumber at Poitlllakely for Kahulul on
LOCAL & CEtlERAL NEWS.
FuKsii oystcirt at II. J. Nolto'8
Fm:an fruit, egetaMes, fish, ifcc,
at local gioccries.
Tin: lanai in tliu
being taken down.
Palneo yard is
PtniscK HedOlfo has our thanks for
a file of lato payers per S. S. Austra-
Hon. 1). II. Kaliiuu lias been ap
pointed Dint licit Judge, for South
Mi:sHitri. Uifhop & Co. lcccivcd
$25,000 in small gold, by the Austra
lia this morning.
The Honolulu Rifles will piolmbly
go on guaid duty at tho Pnlaco eomo
night next week.
Tin: Hon. John T. linker has boon
gazetted by tho (ioveiiicis of Hawaii,
as Slierilf of Hawaii.
Mn. Walter Wall is tliu authoiisul
collector for tho lVoplo'w Ico and
Mn. N. S. Sachs' announcement of
now goods by tho steamship Australia
may bo expected to appear shoitly.
Mit. J. Kakina has beon appointed
Road Supervisor , for tho district of
JIanaloi, Kauai, vice J. W. flush io
igncd, Thi: Woman's Chinch Aid Society
will meet at the old St. Aiidruw'a
Cathedral huilding to-mouow after
noon, ut 2 :30 o'clock.
Thk usual Wednesday evening
sorvices will bo held at St. Andiew's
Cathedral this evening. Choir prae
tico will follow the hcrvico.
Captain Holland is of opinion that
ho will reach Hongkong in the bail:
Lilian, beforo tho Meieury, the latter
vessel having two days start.
Tun Minister of Intoiior callH for
tendorri for furnishing mateiial to tho
Ihnoauof Roadsuud lJridges. Tenders
must bo in iy imoi of to-morro)v,
Tins wind howling tluoiigh the
iggihgs Of vctsejs in tho luubor this
morning, ships ei caking against tho
Wharves, and hats floating to mi,
nindu ono conscious of tliu power of
ajr in motioii.
AcconniNO to tho "Herald," Hon.
,r. 'A. Cummins and Mr. U, Holto
have given 50 each to tho funds of
ilio Quoou'ri Hospital, whici consti
tutes them life niomhers of tho cor
poiation of that institution,
.ii. , t m i "
On Jan. llUii, the biigantinoH W.
G. Irwin and Consuelo left this poit
together for San Francisco. On tho
ufternoon of Jan. Slut tho W. G. Ir
win ai rived off Golden Galo, ahd up
to tho latest ropoits tho Consuelo
had riot arrived.
Mu. Dojchon, Ilio Rrltlsli Cliaucol.
lor of the Exchequer was dofeutcd in
Lborpool by juat seven votes. A
despatch from London says, tlfnt
'Goschcn's defeat has been regarded
by tho Oladstniiians as almost too
good to hope for."
Luwis & Co. have just received ex
S. S. Australia, canvas back ritickc,
quail, oyetcin in shell, ditto in tin,
minion, apples, shad, flounder, crabs,
cauliflowers, radishes, gieen peas,
artichokes yellow turnips, and 1'iauk
foil ratiengcs on ice.
Tun auction sale at the Temple of
Fashion, announced to commence
to-morrow, is now declared off, disso
lution of partnership having been
effected by mutual consent, Mr. S.
Colin retiring.and Mr. S. Ehrlich con
tinuing the business.
Thosi: who desire an evening's
amusement and instruction, should
invest fifty centa in n ticket for Mr.
Booth's lcctuio to-moirow evening,
remcinbeiing at tho sanio time that
they are aiding ti worthy oiganiza
tion tho Geo. W. DoLong Post. G.
Axotiiur has been added to the
list of local dress and cloak makers.
Mies Clarke, a lady of long cxporienco
in thoo branches of ladies' handi
craft, has opened an establishment
at No. 101 A taken sticct, and will bo
pleaded to icceive the pationago of
the ladies, whoso ordeis will meet
witli prompt and careful attention.
. -o .
Tho Hon. It. M. Haggott, lato
United States Minister Resident at
Honolulu, and Mrs. Daggett arrived
this afternoon fiom tho Coast.
Geneial N. U. Davis, a retired
officer of (ho U. 8. A. was amongst
tho pas.soiigoiH pel Australia.
Mr. and Mis. C. M. Cooko and
family, and Mr. and Mis. H. W.
Schmidt and family, leturned to-day
f loin a tup E.istwaid.
PRESENTATION TO MR. P. C. JONES.
It is generally known Unit Mr. V.
C. Jones lias been conducting an
evening book-keeping class, for
several months past, at the Y. 31.
C. A. Unit. The object sought a lo
impart to young men, particularly
young Ilawaiians, who have their
tegular duties to attend to during
tho daytime, a knowledge of the
useful art of hook-keeping. Quite
a number of young men, availed
themselves of the opportunity, and
have made good progress. They
appreciate 3Ir. Jones' considera
tion for them, and speak gratefully
of his kindness lo them. As that
gentleman is about to leave the
country for a brief period, and the
class will he in vacation during his
absence, the membcis put their heads
together yesterday, and decided to
present their instructor with a littlu
token of their regard and indebted
ness. Albert McGurn was accord
ing deputed to hand to Mr. Jones
an engrossed address, accompanied
by .i gold pen. Tho presentation
was made yesterday afternoon, while
3Ir. Jones was in his olllcc, and as
ho had not received tho slightest in
timation of what was (Oiniiig, lie
was greatly surprised. Following is
the address, to which the incipient
responded in appieciatory terms,
emphasizing the friendly feelings
which had inspired it:
To P. C. .Tosi:s, EiQ., J)car Sir:
We, tho members of your book
keeping class, desire to express to
you our deep oppieciation of your
interest in us and your gratuitous
services for our advancement.
Through your thoughtful kindness
and your instructions voluntaiily
given to us, we have been enabled
lo acquire a practical knowledge of
tho rudiments of the valuable art of
book-keeping, which otherwise most
of us would piobabh never have
gained. We arc truly thankful for
your goodness to us, ami shall al
ways hold you in grateful remem
brance. Wo beg that you will ac
cept the accompanying gift, as n
small token of our appreciation mid
aloha. Wo subscribo ourselves,
Youit oitATr.r.ui. Furir.s.
Feb. 3, 1887.
THE mACIC CROWD,
Mr. RooUi'h leetuio, Fiiday ovon
ing, on tlio "Magic Crowd," brought
a l.ugo audience together in the Y.
M. (J. A. Hall. Mr. P. O. Jones pic
fcidcil, and delivcied a liumoious
opening address?, in which ho icpeat
edly biought down tho house, the
rlnting iciuark that probably tho
lecturer would' in fittuio add tho
Honolulu people to his list and ohow
tho natives abroad how admirably tho
doctiinoof "Hawaii for Hawaiians,"
is walking here in tho foioignors
paying tho taxes and tho Ilawaiians
tilling the Government offices, being
greeted with a stoun of cheeiing and
Mr. Booth prefaced his addies.s by
thanking tho ladies and genllemon
of tho choir for their valuablo assist
anco at all tho meetings and 'ilso tho
inetH pf tho city for kindly, though
uiibolicited notices. The places and
tho neonle comnoaiiii: his magic
crowd wero delineated with such
vividness as to bring tho auditor face
to face with the objeptH and persons
described. Tho audience was led
through the gic.it historic buildings,
tlio ciowdcd stieets, tho slums and
fog of London, tuinspoitcd to tlio
Gallon Hill of Hdinbiugli, t)en to
the gay and fc?tivo scenes of Paris,
and anon up tho Alin, by train to tho
Rigid, objects of woild wiio celoi
lnity being 1'ointed out with keen
and loiso comment, by tho way. The
speaker held tho attention of his
audieiico in bieathloH interest, and
was frequently gieetcd with niani-fi-btntiuiiH
ofhcaity appieciation. At
the clos-o, the plcdgo was exhibited,
and uncial additional names v.'uu
AT CHAMDUtS. IJUrOllK I'llESlOS, J.
Tuesday, Fob. 8th.
In equity, Chailes II. Pffoifler vs.
John A. Spear, dissolution of partner
ship, injunction nud appointment of
receiver. The Court oidercd that the
partnership bo dissolved and tho
Hon. W, F. Allen bo appointed re
ceiver under a $500 bond. S. B.
Dole for plaintiff; W. A. Whiting for
In re cstato of Conrad 3Ienke. It
was ordered that the accounts of F.
J. llnckfeld, administrator, bo ap
proved, and that ho bo discharged.
L. A. Thurston for administrator.
Tho following is a statement:
Transfer of 400 shares in tho
Iluinuula Sheep Station
Company to II. Hackfeld
& Co., Honolulu, hi ac
cordance with agreement
dated Itienien, February 5,
1880 $ 29,803 23
Bill Hawaiian Gazclto Co...$
Hill "Kuokoa" (newspaper).
Costs of Court
Five percent commission ou
?20,80J 23 to administra
tor Paid to II. HackfcM & Co.
per settling of their claim
against the estatu
9 29,80:$ 23
In io cstato ot Werner Lubben,
The Court oidercd that tho accounts
of J. F. Hackfeld, administrator, be
approved, and that ho be discharged.
L. A. Thurston for administrator.
Tho following is a statement of the
Transfer of 300 shares In tho
Huniuiilii Sheep Station
Company to II. llnckfchl
& Co., hi accordance with
agreement dated Uieinen,
Fehiuary 3, 18S(i Q 20,80.1 25
Rill Ilawalliiu Gncttot'o...$
Kill Kuokoa (newspaper)".
UIHL. A.TIiuiston u
Costs of Couit
Five percent commission on
$20,503 23 to nihniiiUtia-
Tald to Hackfeld & Co. In
settlement of the claim
against tho estate 10.70J 09
8 20,803 25
Tho members of the first division
of the Liliuokalani Educational So
ciety lespondcd in unusual numbers
to a request to meet at the room of
Engine Co. Xo. 1, yesterday after
noon. Tlio notice was brief, but
tlio members, correctly divining tho
object of the meeting, made special
exertion to be there. The meeting
was mteiesting, but sad. The Pre
sident, Princess Liliuokalani, owing
to the severe affliction entailed by
tho death of an only and beloved
sister, was natuially absent. The
memory of this sail event, which
occurred since the last previous
meeting, weighed down every spirit
witli grief. When the Vice-President,
presiding in the absence of the
President, referred to tho sad be
reavement of their Princess Presi
dent, cvoiy heart was moved by
Pinotions of sorrow and sympathy,
and eveiy ej'e shed u tear. Abs
olution of condolence with the Pre
sident, Piineess Liliuokalani, and
with every member of the Ilovul
Family, was unanimously adopted,
and the meeting adjourned.
MR. OSMANDAY'S LECTURE.
Mr. Osman Day delivered tho first
of a seiies of lectures last evening.
His subject was, tho "French Revo
lution." Mr. Day spoko with a
fluency that astonished his audieiico,
personifying the cluuactcrs of Dan
ton, Robespierro and other notables
of that age, whoTiguied prominently
in that gigantic strugglo for liberty,
with a pathos and feeling that moved
his audieiico to considerable excite
ment. His vivid descriptions of tlio
death of .Louis XVI in 193, and
Robespierre in 1701, when this leign
of terror ended, proved that Mr. Day
is a poweiful speaker, possessing ex
traordinary histrionic power. Ho
spoke for ono hour and thirty
minutes without a note, holding the
sliict attention ot his audieiico
throughout. Applause was frequent
and a univorsal expression of satis
faction was lented by all his hearers.
In conclusion, Mr. Day announced
that his next lecturo will take placo
Saturday evoning at tho sanio placo,
Club Houso Dining Rooms, his sub
ject being "Napoleon Bonaparte."
"riEWS of tho Lava Flow of If 87,
T rtiini Negatives mndo en tho second
day of the eruption, i bowing the col.
uinu of lava at the eourco crater, nmv
lu seen at tin Pliotocrui h Rooms of ,).
GONSALYK-i, 12' Foil St. 52
WE HAVE Jan rtcched per Aus
iriillu a now lot of Aitl'is' Mu
torld, Blony Wnre, Ilia liut Cut (net
Fritinw, Runic Fiany, clo And wo
are butter picpaicd tlinn uvor to niaku
Cornices air) Picture Fiaino, Inning
the Ivgcil and bust mlejicil sleek of
Mouldings In tliu Kingdom, Kino
hiios.' .MtT Kioiin. 34
Dlt. FmNI'U UWAIIT ItUMl'DY 18 II
Specific- fpr all foinm of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
mid Ciicultiaon. Descriptive book
with oveiy bottle, Benson Smith &
Co., Atronts, 351
Patisoxiki: Homo Industry by buy.
ing cigars of J. W. Ilingloy, Olgnr
Maiiufaetuier, at tlio Crystal Soda
Woiks, whore ho is propared to fill all
uidorH at the lowest possible whole
sale jn lees.. Island eiders solicited
and promptly filled, Tho attention
of dealoiB is icspectfully invited to
tho fact "no liconto is lequiied" to
sell theto eigais. Do not forgot the
nanio .1. W. Ilingloy, nor the rtyeo
Ciystul Soda Works,' Hotel r.lreet,
id jj mil ui mmmmmmmmmmmm!mmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmiw.M amwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm --jm
9 - - ... , -1 r . M . .vr 1 - '1"iYr - m '-,-. ''VH
THE AUCTION SALE
WILL NOT TAKE PLACE
The Dissolution of Co-partnership hav
ing been effected satisfactorily by mu
For further particulars look out for
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Saturday Evening, Dec. 11th.
Tlio Proprietors take pleasure In an
nouncing to ttieir fil-nds and the gene
ral pulillu, tlnii they have rcuioilclcii mid
lotlited tin prcmi e iniinediiilcly nboio
Hotel Knot!1, where on ard ofier next
Siluiday )u will be found ihu best of
The Market nfibrdR.
Tho Stock was purchuhed under tho
supervision oi Mr. Jus. Do Id, while
Kii8t, nnd having been so long in the
Imsincbs, ho knows the want' of the
Ir.ulo, and litis purchi'-cd the article Hint
will plcau the mi si fnslidious.
Thanking our friends ami patrons for
p. ft favors, and desiring a contiuuuuco
of the uime,
Wo are, respectfully yours,
04 lw Propiletors,
rpiIE RESIDENCE occuiied by Mr.
- Jami:s A. Kehnkdy, corner of
Khi'iu and Pcnsncolu SircctF.
JAMES A. KENNKUY,
118.1 Olllcoof the Honolulu Iron Wo ki.
- A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Ib'ccivod ex Zealand In,
Queea & Fort Street Stores. it
Furnished House To Let!
TWO COTTAGES ON I.ILIIIA
tjtrcet, ni'ar S Imol. HcnU muder
aie. Apply to M.S OUINI3AUM &.0O.,
Queen titrcct. C3 2w
AN ADJOUHNED MEETING OF
the stockholders of the Star Mill
Company will bo held at the office of
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., on TIIUHSDAY,
the llth instant, at 11 a in.
r,3 111 W. G. IllWIN, Hicrctary.
THE KKSIDENCE AND
Pasture L'liuls at Pauon Yul
by, occupied by Mrs. Lone.
Apply on tho premises. t'Jif
For Sale or to Lease.
A COTTAGE on Lunalilo Street.
At pro'ont occupied by P. Optcr-
gelt, Escj. It eontulns parlor, ilinlu
mom and 2 nctl rooms, imtti, pantry at
kitchen. Alaigo yard with otilbull
lugs for horses, carriage and Eerviint'.
17tr Apply lo II. J. AON EW.
ON ACCOUNT OF DEPARTURE,
un Imported Sorrel Mure, 0 ycats
old, having lieen driven by a lady. One
Cairiage Phaeton, Sludabieeker'a maim
fiicturo; and aho, one lino Hcpmro Weber
Piano, all in good older, onauiro of
41 lm 1IYMAN IJUOd.
Now Photograph Kooms.
OVER Nlchol's More, Fort stnet,
next the Shooting Gnlloiy, Pic
turcs, Portraits and views. First-class
work. BatUfacllou guaiantecd.
20 lv J.A.OONSALVES.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
rpiIE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI
X ktKI, aip'cseiitniciiplvd t.y G. D.
t rectti. Apply ai mo oi
tETH & PEACOOIC,
jj ki iiunuu hiruci.
rpHB COTTAGE new occnjiled by
JL .Air. E. W. T-.ckcr, contain Iiik six
rooms hut ii room pantry, vorauui room,
etc. There are also stables, eairiago
Iioiimi servant's room, nil In pood older.
Apply io E. R. IIENDUY. at Pnclllo
Hardware Co 's tf lore, Fort St. 40tf
Tlio 'Ciior-l8an(l Stt'tim
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep conMnntly on huml for fnlo
Steam Family and Plack'mith Coal
nnd n if iviriil rm-ortinent ot
W Bar Iron. ly
EGAN & CO.,
Corner ot Fort nud merchant Street HoHolala.
Black Cloth Suits, Gloves, Ties, Etc.
Wliite Ties, White HatH, E.to.
SST Our BLACK CLOTH SUITS are of excellent quality,
Eastern Finish, and marked at the LOWEST figures in the
EGAN & CO.
SAN JOSE, CAL.
The Lager Beer of tu abore Brewery
Was Awarded the First Prizes
At the Expositions ot 1885 and U8I
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Stresta, Honelmlu. CuifbaU's Block.
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ISLAND TRADE SOIQITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
3ft Jy -
Brewing Co. I
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