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THURSDAY. FEB. 10, 1887.
Bk vnitlia I'isher from Olassrovv
BkticUeoU Po kins iioni San 1'ian
Sclir Knullliiii for Liilmlnii nt II p in
VESSELU TE AVI N Gf 6-KGR RD V.
Bgtnc Cl.ms Spicelcls fur Sail Francisco
Sehr Emilia for Knnal
Seur Mamiokiivvai for Koolnu
gchr Canute for II ilo
Sclir Wuloli for Kunu
From Snn Francisco per bktne. Geo C
Tel king. Feb 10 .1 W Stenrnes, V li
McCnbbln, Mrs J 11 Hare nntl muster
CARGOES FROM ISLAND FORTS.
Sehr Mnimokavval '-'SO sugar, -II bags
liee, ami SO bbli mobile.
Sclir Emma 170 bags of paddy, and 105
Tbe baik Drolling Sophia will coon
be ready to nll for Mexico vvheio ulio
loaih dye-uood for Europe.
The bulk Geo 0 PeiMm anhedthU
morning, 12 days fiom San FriincUvu,
with a laigc cargo of geneiul incichnn
dlse. She Is consigned to Sebaefcr &
Co, and Is docked at Hi ewer's whaif.
The schooner Waloll took CO tons of
coal from the Lady L iinpson to-day for
In this city, Fcbiuary 0th, to (ho wife
of Win. Wagner, a son.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Honolulu Killea dtill this
J. K. Bitowx fe Co.'s is tho placo to
procuro cooks and idcvvnrdt-.
Tin: Clans Sprockets sails for San
Francifcco to-morrow, at 1 o'clock.
i . - i. -
Mil C. J. Pished sounds a warning
note, to look out for something new.
Tin: Steamship Zcalandia will be
due hero to-inonow, en route for
Lieitkn'.vkt General Doniinis will
have charge of tho f uncial of tho
Tin: foro and main sails of the
schooner Manuokawai were bplit by
heavy winds latt Tuesday.
Mit. Tong llec has told his inteiest
in the Tuck Sing Wai Co. lieo plan
tation, at Moanalua, Oahu.
It is leported that the schooner
Millo Morris will phoitly sail for
Samoa, where fcho will be sold.
Tin: person who bungs a parcel
containing n pictuie, which has been
lost, to this oilice, will be rewarded.
Mn. J. F. Colburn, King sticet, has
just received a huge shipment of hay
and grain, which ho oll'er.s to public
Tin: Orcanic Steamship Company
declared u dividend of Jifty cent per
shine on the l&l instant, payable
- iMkhbiip. Chulan it Co. have chart
ed tho Hawaiian baik Lilian, to re
turn to Honolulu with n cargo from
Tin: annual paiado of thovaiious
fire companies, intended for the 12th
instant, has been postponed until
Some of the Pn'naliiu mill, Koolnu,
machinery eaineheic by the schooner
Manuokawai, ycsteidny, for repairs
nt tho Foundry.
Do not forget Mr. Booth's lecture
on tho "War," attho Y.M.C. A.llall,
to-night, in aid of Geo. W. DuLong
Post Belief Fund.
Mksbhs. II. llnckfcld & Co. an
nounce the steamship City of Bio
do Janeiro for Yokohama and Hong
kong about 12th Mai eh.
The Koolnu Boad Supci visor is
doing good woik at Wniaholo and
Waiknno, but has not yet com
menced operations nt Kaneohe.
Tin: caso of Swift vs. Garstin Bros.,
dissolution of paitneithip, will bo
heard in Clianibois before Justice
Preston on Monday next.
Tin: old Likdiko boiler, purcliased
by tho Paeilie Is'avigation Company,
has been bioken up and partly ship
ped to Hongkong by tho Lilian, yes
terday. Tin: annual meeting of tho Ha
waiian Can iago Manufactuiing Co.,
which was to have been held to-day,
has been postponed until tho 2lth
Heavy rains Sunday night and
all day Monday, accompanied by
vivid Hashes of lightening and deafen
ing peals of thunder, are lopoited
Hoy. A. S. Cleghorn is, by jnihlio
subscription and with assistance
from tho Government, making ar
rangements to build n band stand at
A i,r.TTj:n datcil Dee. -1th, leceivod
yesteiday by tho Australia, stated
that tho biig Allio Bowo was doing
well in seeming laboieis among the
At Forf street Church, to-morrow
ovonjng, tho Ladies' Beneujlont So
ciety will hold a Sociable. Thojo will
bo a sale of fancy goods and ico
cream. Ten cents admission,
nwjuglJj-U'jiW-W.Jnl'J-.iiji 'i iiii.iiiiiiiinrTH
Dit Wood, Knmwlio phyiciati, '
was u victim of n tobbcry liW Sun-
tiny night. Someone) enteied bis
Iiouec, took out a trnnK, anu me
reeded in petting valuables to the
ntnount of !fl00.
Osb of the mule cults employed in
hauling coml fiom the neighboihood
of l ho I'liEon to Liliha stieet, got ifl"
the oniitcwny into tho fhh roiid,
yesterday, unci was extricated with
Tin: Star Mill Company have ic
elected the, following genllenien us
ofllecrs of tho company for the onui
ing venr: W. 11. Ctiblle, President;
J. B. Atherton, Vico-Preiidcnt; W.
G. Irwin, Secretary and Treasurer;
John II. Puty, Auditor.
Tun "Government Gazette" an
nounces "Chii8topher Seymour has
been appointed His Majesty's Con
sul nt Queonstovvn, Ireland, and Mr.
Jan Diik van der Made, P. 1?. Zn. hns
been appointed His Majesty's Vice
Consul at Doidrecht, Ncthcilands.
Tin: haik Glengebar from Liver
jiool to 'J II. D.ivies & Co., was ie
ported ofl poit this morning. When
the vrtsel was towed into tho harbor,
cleika from Davies tfc Co. boarded
her, to find out her name to bo Mal
tha Fisher, 16-1 days from Glasgow,
to .Sehuoier iV. Co.
Mn. W. F. Allen having been ap
pointed leceiver for Spear & Pfeifi'er,
which fiim has been dissolved by
order of the Supremo Court, an
nounces that the stock of watches
and jewehy will be on sale for a short
time, at reduced prices. Persons in
debted to tho linn aio lequcsted to
pay at onco.
A roiiEiGN ofllee notification in the
Government "Gactto" specifies that
whenever a passport is issued in pur
suance of regulation No. -1 of the reg
ulations made and pioclaimcd on tho
1st day' of September, 188ii, the fee
chaigcd thereon shall be ten dollars
instead of two dollars as provided for
in regulation No. 5 of the said icg-ulations-.
At a legular meeting of Geo. W.
DeLong Post, No. -15, Dept. of Cal.,
G. A. B., held on Tuesday evening,
February 8, 18S7, resolutions of con
dolence to Their Majesties the King
and Queen, and members of the
Boyal family, on the death of Prin
cess Likclike, wero unanimously
adopted, and ordered placed on the
minutes of the meeting.
TimoL'oti the kindness of tho man
ageis of Wildor'H Steamship Co., the
steamer Lchua was detaiiud until I
o'clock, last evening, to take the for
eign mail to Mnui and Hawaii. The
steamer by calling at Lahaina anil
Maalaea will, by the assistance ol
mail eariieis, di.-tiibute mail through
out Maui, and by calling at Mahu
kona, Hakalau, Unomea, llonomu
and llilo, all paits of Hawaii will
leceive the latest news.
EAGLE UCUSE ARRIVALS.
C. Beiry, City; W. S. Tabor,
City ; S. N. Enicuon, Waialua ; J. G.
Howie and wife, lionouliuli; 'ihos.
Prince, San Francisco; Chas. Camp
bell, Piuser stcuincr C. B. Bishop;
C. Brerry, City; W. Bradgcn, San
Fiauciseo; James Stone, San Fran
cieco; Mr. A.dclshopcn, San Fran
cisco; L. Hinkertou, San Fianeisco.
THE I1UHM0TTAR CASTLE.
Fiom Mr. Thomas Rain Walker,
II. II. M.'s acting Vice-President
we learn that tlio Captain and ba
lance of the crew of the Dunnotlnr
Castle, who left Ocean Island on
the ship Burnain Wood, arrived at
Valparaiso October 2,'J, 1880. The
Captain i cached England the first
wcik in January. Mr. Norman, the
Chic I O illecr who left heio in
October last had ariiicd in Eng
land, lie had suffered vciy much
fiom erysipelas since ho left Hono
lulu, which ho nttiibuted to ex
posure. PLEASURE AND BUSINESS.
Mr. Geo. Engclhardt, importer of
and dealer in stoves, chandelieis,
lamps, etc., has resolved to tako a
vacation, and go to San Francisco
for a change. Ho consideis hinis-clf
entitled to a littlo rest and rccieation,
and ho is certainly thopiopcr person
to settle a question of that nature.
But it is not ineicly a liip of pleasure
that Mr. Engelhaidt is bent upon.
Ho will combine business theicwitli.
In fact, business is probably the
main object. Knowing, fiom long
expci ience, what aro tho lequirements
and demands of this maiket, he will
bo able to procuio in San Fianeisco
just tho veiy stock timt suits tho
tasto of Honolulu people. So tint
in a few weeks ho may bo expected
back with a shipment of lamps, chan
deliers, and articles in tho hardware
line, that for beauty, vaiiety, quality,
and cheapness will astonish the com
munity. During Mr, Engelhanlt's
absence from tho country, his busi
ness will go on heio as Usual. C.
Holto, Esq. holds hits full power of
AT KAWAIA1IA0 CHURCH.
Tho Kawaiahao Church was well-
filled but evening by an inteicstod
and attentive audience, most of whom
weio native llawaiiane, to hear an
addiess fiom Mi. Booth. Tho Huv.
H. II. I'm 1; it picsided and acted as
interpreter in his usual able and
efli'i'tivo manner. '1 bo Hew J, Wai
amaii and Mr. Henry Wntcihouso
assisted in the opening exercises.
'J ho singing was in native, in which
tho whole cougiegation joined hear
tily, Mr. II. Beigcr picsiding at tho
oigan. Mr. Booth o.picFsed himself
delighted with tho native singing,
Tho addiess, though leaching tho
audience, as it weie, at second ham),
was ici'oivid with eiilhmiann and
evidently pioduced' a deep inipiee
biou. Tho cull for signers to tho
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pledgi was respundi'd to in a manner
that db counted any raid hitnirto
mude in (lie lanks of the English
tpenking inhabitants. The male
members of tho lUsombly came for
ward in force and were reinforced by
a (oinidcinble number of women
and rhildieii. Tho total signalmen
amounted to one bundled and five.
THE SUCAR MARKET.
Since tho last advices from San
Frnneieco thcto is a general decline
in prices to leport.
HAWAIIAN- RUCAIl TltADE.
The ran Francisco customs autho
rities report the import of sugar from
the Hawaiian Islands at San Fran
cisco for each month of the year
18S0, as follows :
January ll,020.3l 8 00-1,420
Febiuaiy H),3i):,y0: 013,030
March ;!0,l!7i.013 1,(10.2,014
April 23,771,70S 1.173,047
May 2l),Mi,00!) l,;H'J,83t
.llllio :!0,0;!0,010 l,'J8t,015
July 20.25l,0S5 l,l!0l,075
August ',SS7,L't(l 1,028,207
Septcn bcr.... ll,l.W,7Ut 474,753
October...".... 7,i:i3,4M ai8,31tl
Totals 218,100,100 810,133,271
Tho "P. C. A." report says: "In
his circular for 18S0, Air. llockkoller
gives the sugar imports from the
Hawaiian Islands at San Francisco
at 21-1,101 ,187, pounds. Wo have no
information at hand to account for
the dillerence. Taking even the
minimum qunntity as the nearest
concct, the total is the largest ever
known in the history of tho Hawaiian
Tho latest quotations are: New
Yoik, Jan. lfith, Cuba centrifugals,
00 per cent, fi 3-1G ets.7 Feb. 2nd, U
cts., decline 1-10 cts.; San Francisco,
Manila, 01 per cent ; Jan. loth, -1.G9
cts.; Feb. 2nd, i.51 cts., decline .03
cts.; London, German beet, 88 per
cent; Jan. 15th, lis., 1-JtI. ; Feb. 2nd,
lis., decline .
Tho death of Piofessor Youinans
will bo regretted by all who nro in
teiested in tho popular picscntation
of scientific subjects. His work in
disseminating useful information on
subjects generally legarded as too
technieel for general comprehension
places himon tho same level with
Bichard A. Proctor, Tyndall and
IIu.lcy. Ho taught thou-nnds the
value of Fcientitio rei-earch, and
though his original work may not
have equaled that of otheis in tho
same fields, its practical results weie
far gi eater.
I70R COOKS OR SERVANTS,
JL Bing up J. E. liiown i; Co. Xii
cliaige to employer.
i-', Jiuiuai ;J72.
YIEWS or the Lava Plow of If 87.
f ..ii N'cvaliv a inaili, i n tiiu bi-c-nui
ny nl the ciiijit on h wing Hie col.
mi u of linn at the toiiicu eiatc-r, inn
e-i-eniii h ' I'ho ounq h Hoonls of J
OONSALN B . 12 Foil at. 62
WE HAVE JH recuUcil per Ans
liiiliuauew lot ot Aitit-is' Mil
leil 1, E ony Wfiic, Hia kit", Oaliiit-t
Kr. injs, Bu.ilc F am , etc And we
are belter iiicpand limn over to make
Oirnloi's ml Pbturo V aniej, having
ihQ laigen and bjst File-ied stick o
Vo'ildlng'. in ilu Kingilum. Kixo
linos.' i iit tTOi i: 81
Dh. Flint's IIeaiit Bemeuv is a
Specific for all forms of lleait Dis
ease and also foi Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with ovcry bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. Ml
T7S7 EST, DOW& CO. have re
YV eelved Ex "Austialia" an as
sortment of Black Walnut, Ash and
I heap Cedar lle-droom Sets, bureau,
Withstands. Black Walnut and ish
Dining Chahs. Child's Bookers, H. W.
Maible Top Tables, and one handsome
set Pallor Furniture, also a huge stock
of Picture Mouldings, Bustle Fiaines
all sizes Lunch ca-kets, Splashcis,
t heeker Boaids, Cbea-nieu, Slates,
Alphabet mid Bul'dlug liloei.s, Linen
Pletme Books, Tiuuipeis, Cioquet fccts,
etc.. etc.. and a lull line of Musle
Goods. Call c.irly. 38 3t.
Pathonizi: Homo Industiy by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Ilingloy, Cigar
Manufactuier, at tho Crybtal Soda
Works; where ho is proparcd to fill nil
oiders at tho lowest possible whole
sale puces, island oiders solicited
and pimnptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is lespectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget tho
namo J. W. Ilingloy, nor tho place
Ciystal Soda Works, Hotel stieet.
THE FIH.M OF BPEAB&PFEIFEB.
having been dissolved by order of
the BiipKnio Court, mid tho uuK-r.-lgiuil
appointed Bccelver; notice Is hereby
(lit i n that tho flue mock of Wiiiii'
un I Jiiwelry will boon sale at the store
of rp'iir&IT.-ifcr for a bhort lime, nt
All parlies indoblcd to this firm aro
r.otllled to nuiko setiK'incnt at n'-io.
W. F. ALLEN,
Bccrivor for r pwr i: P.eifor.
ITnnnhilii, Fi b. 10, 187. fiO lm
''F'ONG UEK having toM his Interest
X in the Luck S ng Wal Co. P an.
tiolon ut Moiu-ilui, Oniiu, bi'ioby gives
iiiuicii in ii no, long llec-, will pav nil
hi- per o ml debis. 51 3
vIM n i. der his op 1 i o line,
Three Years in tho Ranks !
M Bemlnlsccnrcii of ihu
Aaia3UICAf CIVIL. AVATt,
Bflig ihu ( OM'C. TBAG'O and
Y. M. C. A. Hnll, Thursday Evening,
at 7 sTi o'clo. k un 'er the aii'pln s of
Geo. W. Dotono Post, No. 45, Dopl. ol Cal.,
G, A. It. Pi nil- bi'iiellt of its
H.-ltif P nl.
Pn-l Cdiunnidc Jf W. Lah.u will
pittiilc. AdnilBslon CO tcu.s.
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(Mm m m m ll
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
Saturday Evening, Dec. 11th.
The Proprietors take pleasure in an.
nounclng to their fli mix anil thci Rlie
ml public, th'ii thev linvi) reinoili-lco und
clltted thitpiemi ci lminuli'i cly ubovo
lintel Siioii', wIhtu on ai d nl'ti r next
Saturday Eve will bo found ihu be-sl of
Tho Market affords.
Tho Stock was purchased under the
supervision o Mr. Jus. Doilil, while
East, mid hnving been so long in the
business, lie knows the wants of tliu
irnle, and Inn puicha'cd the nrllolo tiiat
will pleuu the nirst fastidious.
Thiinklng our friends mid pntrons for
piist favors, and desiring n continuanco
of tho same,
Wo aro, respectfully j ours,
JAMES PI) PD.
Ol lw Piiijiiictors.
rpiIE RESIDENCE occiq led by Mr.
Jami:s A. Kc.sm'uy, comer of
Klniii and Pcusniol.i Streets.
.TAJIKS A. Ki:XNltfY,
118.1 OWcoof the Iloailulu Ir n VA o k.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zealand in,
J. T. Waterhouse's
70 Queen & Foil btrccl Storts. tl
Fiiiislied House lo Let!
' ' Hi
"Temple of Fashion"
rrUVO COTTAGES ON LHJIU
X. rilieet, in-ill S hnol, Hcnl" un der.
mo. App'yU'M.S aKINUAUM&CO.,
Qii'in rtneil. da2v
THE BESIDENCE AND
Pasture Lands at Pnunii Vul
l"v, occupied by Mrs. Lonir.
Apply on the premises. tii.f
For Sale or to Lease.
A COTTAGE on Luunlllo Street.
Atpro'cnt recupleil by P. Opfir
gill, Esq. It contains jiarlor, dining
room and 2 bedrooms, hath, pantry and
kitchen. A huge yard with oujbulld
lues for horse, cnrrlngn mid servant?.
17tf Apply to II. J. AGNEW.
ON ACCOUNT OF DEPARTURE,
an imported Sorrel Mire, Oyrnis
old, ha vlnir been driven by u lady. O ie
Carriage Phnolon, btudnlurckcr's inmiu.
ficturc; and nlto, one lino Hquaro Weber
Piano, all in good older, enquire of
41 lm IIVMAN BH03.
Now Photograph Rooms.
OVER Nlchol's More, Fort strrot,
next the Shooting Gallery, Pic
tures, Porlinlts nnd vlows. Fiist-elass
work. Satisfaction gUHrantecd.
SO lv J. A. GON8ALVES.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
THE HOUSE JvND LOT AT WAI.
kikl.nt present wcuplcd ly G. D.
rrccth. Apply nt flic or
FltfcETII & PEACOOK,
12 If SJNutinnu street.
THE COTTAGE, mw oroi-p'cd by
Mr. E. W. Ticker, comalnlng si
rnon s li'itiir-iom paniry, vcrai d room,
(t. There arc nlun siubles, ei riao
IkiU o servant' rnnm. "'1 In pond n di-r.
Aiq.ly io K R IILNDbY ut Pclflc
Hardware Cn 'b Smie. I on St. 40tf
M ISS CLARKE, who hns hud imny
ll veins e.)-'rii ii'ii in Dp s & Clonk
M klnc. hnxOPFNEn A fiRK-PMAK.
1NG ESTABLISHMENT al 101 Ahiken
Tho Tutor-Islniul Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,,
Kcpp cotiMuntly on h"ii 1 for snlo
Steam Family and Bir.ckniith Coal
and a piuornl imtniliiicnt of
f no Bar Iron.
Corner of Fort and
Black Cloth Suits, Gloves, Ties, Etc,
Wliite Ties, "Wliite Hats, JS-tc.
teT Our BLACK CLOTH
Eastern Finish, nnd marked
Tho Lager Beer
Was Awarded the First Prizes b gj
At tho Exroiitloni ot 1683 and 1688
20 0m HONOLULU, AGENTS. S.
IMI'OUTKn AMD DKALEK IM
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Streets, Honaluln. CaapbeU't Hock.
ISLAND TRADE SOICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
35 ly '
Merchant Ntreetm Iloaelala.
SUITS are of excellent quality,
at the LOWEST figures in the
EGAN & CO.
IMIM MM IMM
of the above Brewery
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