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TUESDAY, FEB. 15, 1887.
Stmr '.V G Hull fiom Maul & Hawaii
Stinr Walnlcalo from Kaunl
liktnu Jolin Smith for Sun Francisco
Bktno Discovery for San Frauelseo ut
J a in
Stinr Allknlmlti for Niiwlllwlll, Kolon.
Eloele, Walmea and Kckaha nt 5
Stiur ilokolll for Molokat
Stmr Mirpilso for Kuan
Sehr Katillltia for Walanac at 8 a m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
8 S Australia for San Francisco, nt noon
Stmr Wninlealo for Walanac, Kilauea
and Haunlel, nt noon.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Walalcalc L',371 bags of sugar,
100 bags of pla, 2l0bngsof piiuiry
mid 12 green bides.
For Ban FrancNco, per Discovery,
February 15-A.K W Olbbs.
From Kauai, per Wulalcale, February
15 Mm V B Hastings and 18 deck.
For Kaliulul and liana, per Llkellkc,
February 11 Mia Daniel Logan, Mrs
Alfred Lovell, Mls llannlster, I!is
Hopper, Mr Kaluwala, Capt Reynolds,
David Uient, .r McDade, Mr Inlha and
about CO dock.
From Maul and Hawaii, per W O
Hall, February Hi AY E Howell, A II
Smith, J (1 Klrkwood, O A L Allona,
T 8 Paris, .Tr, A I'urgcus, J K Kckaula,
J Klnl, D Maklnal, Judge J O Hoaplll,
HonD II Nahlnu, Mrs A AYIdcilcld, J
W Smith, Master Villa and 87 dcek.
The Sonoma will Boon bo ready to
load sugar for San Francisco.
Tito Zolla and tho l'attcrson aro
docked near the P M S S wharf.
The S 8 Zcalandla took on Saturday
afternoon from this port for San Fran
cisco 1,!M)1 bunches of bananas. 5,217
bags of sugar, ! boxes of betel leaves,
at uags of rlco and 1 bag of gold coin
I91,l0). Total value of domestic pro
Tho barkcutluo John Smith sailed
this forenoon for 'San Francisco taking
17,011 bags of sugar, welching 2,117,280
lbs, and valued at 884,:i52.02.
The barkenttnu Dltcovcry tailed this
morning for San Franelsco with 10,477
bags of sugar, 1,380 bujis of ilco and
440 bunches of bananas. Value, $51,320.
The whaler Ohio has denied for the
Arctic taking from this port 1 case of
brandy, 2 eases of whiskey, 1 case of
sherry. 1 box of bombs and 1 case of
gin. Foreign value, $121.
Am bktuo S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, duo here Dec 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Tlmour, Brewer, sailed from
Boston,.Dec 17, due May 1-20.
Am wh bark Hunter, Geo W Jcnks,
from tho Lino Islands, due March 10-31.
Am bark Kllkitat, 11 D Cutler, from
Port Townsend, W T, duo February
Brit bark Glengabcr, Eollcston, from
Liverpool, due heic, Jau 15-31,- to
Davles & Co.
Gcr bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due
Haw schr General Sclgel, from French
Frigate Shoals, clue Nov 20-30.
Haw bark Thos II Foster, F YY' Kngg,
from Victoria, B C, duo December
Nor bark PO Patcrscn, fiom New-
castle, N S W, due February 1-20.
German bark Hercules, Jess, Schaefer,
& Co. sailed from Glassgow, December
18, duo April 30.
. LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Tun schooner Malolo takes 50 tons
of coal to Hnmi this week.
The steamer "NY. G. Hall brought
no sugar this aftornoon.
Mus. Necdham advertises a pleas
ant room on Nuuanu Avenuo for
A ooon carriage horso is for sale.
Application to bo mado at tho Bulle
Mil. Sopor received, by tho Zea
landia, a supply of Letts' diaries,
An unexpired leaso of premises on
riniehbowl strpot is ottered by Messrs.
J. E. Brown & Co.
The regular meeting of Excelsior
Lodge, I. O. O. F., will bo held this
evening, at 7 :30 o'clock.
The regular meeting of tho Ka
niolianioha Lodgo of Perfection will
ho hold this oveuing at 7 o'clock.
A Supreme Court notice relating
to tho bankruptcy of Albert Barnes
will bo found in our advertisement
The schooner Eliukai sails this
afternoon, taking two tons of sample
fertilizer from tho P. N. Co., for a
rico plantation nt Waialiia.
AcooitMNO to tho " Luso Hiv
waiiano," tho Minister of Interior
has grunted a charter to tho Lusi
tana Portugucso Mutual Benevolent
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A Ht'EoiAi. partnership notice in
our advertising columns, sets fortli
in detail tho general and special
partners comprising "the firm of II.
HuNitv J, Hart and James Stoiner
have entered into a co-partneisjiip
for tho manufacture and sale of ice
cream, etc, and will conduct tho
Elito Icp Cream Parlors.
It is gratifying to learn that
neither Captain Habcook nor tho
otoward of tho Josopliino, both of
whom got a ducking yesterday, is
suflbring any ill ojfeots there
from. Through tlio persuasive- oflbrts
of Mrs. Babcock, tho captain remain
ed" at homo to-day, as ho certainly got
IV nervous shock,
Mrt. Day delivered tho first of a
series of lectures on "Moses" last
uroiiing. ' Tho audienco was small
It seems that the steamer Ewa will
not steer well without three rudders.
8ho was tried with two rtuhlAa yes
telday, but sho would not answer
- 0 tho windows of Dr. McKibbin's
old stand, Queen street, is written
with chalk "This place will bo
opened as a first-class French restau
rant, on March 1st."
It is leportcd that an order was
forwurded by tho S. S. Zealandia
Saturday last, for about 100 of the
improved hydrants, lately tried on
Emma street, to bo distributed about
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society, of which Mr. Alex. J. Cart
wright is agent for tho Hawaiian
Islands, has reserved n space in theso
columns for a special notice to follow.
Mit. E. It. llyan, boat builder, has
iniulo two 20-fcct surf boats, for the
steamer Surprise. Theso boats will
carry 125 bags of sugar at one time,
and aro especially designed for tho
It is said that "Gath's" enmity
to a man was caused by the fact
that when the man was nsked to
namo the three greatest liars in
America, he said, "Eli Perkins is
one and Gath is the other two."
Tin: Oceanic Steamship Com
pany's stcitincr Australia will sail for
San Francisco at noon to-morrow.
The ordinary mail will closo at tho
Post Office at 10:30 a. m. A late
letter bag will bo kept open until
The damaged pilot boat is lying
near the H. Y &, B. C. house. It has
a very largo hole, clean to tho keel,
on tho starboaid quarter, and it ap
pears miraculous that none of those
who were seated in tho stern sheets
A. B. Kr.nn, painter and paper
hanger, has a novel sign board sus
pended over tho door of his shop,
Queen street, with n fierce-looking
fellow rushing along at 'n furious
rate, having a roll of paper under
one arm, and a bell in tho other
Following are the passengers
hooked to leavo for Sun Francisco
by tho S. S. Australia, to-morrow
noon: Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Hurd,
Miss Howland, G. K. Haines and
wife, Mrs. J. A. Kennedy and child,
Mrs. Kirkland, J. B. Mcdau, Mrs. J.
G. Hanks, Mrs. Howard nnd son,
E. Crouch and wife, Miss Crouch,
Mrs. A. Tainter and daughter, Francis
SamucUon, Ym. Bryan, A Haas and
wifo, S. Ehrlich, It. T. Booth and
wife, Ilov. F. O. Ellis and wife, Mr.
and Mrs. Jas. Arkman and child, J.
A. M. Gordon, It. M. Daggett and
NO ONE TO BLAME.
Capt. E. B. Lapham of the bark
Josephine wishes to stnto distinctly,
that tho accident by which Pilot
Bahcock's boat was capsized and
stove, was one of those unavoidable
accidents which will sometimes hap
pen, nnd for which no ono was to
EGAN & CO.'S CLOTHING
Messrs. Egan & Co.'b new an
nouncement in our advertising
columns, ought to be gratifying to
all who desire to wear good cloth
ing, and obtain same at the cheapest
rates in tiio market. Mr. Egan's
motto is "small profits and quick
returns." This firm having bought
out tho entire stock of clothing from
the Temple of Fashion, at a bar
gain, it is enabled to offer the same
at extremely low ratc3.
At tho store of M. Mclnerny,
corner of Fort and Merchant streets,
may be seen tho finest selection of
Very Elegant Stylish Black Goods
ever shown in this city. Black
dress coats, vests and pants. Black
frock coats, vests and pants, all very
stylish. Custom made work. Any
persons needing such goods should
call and inspect theso nnd satisfy
themselves. Tho priccB aro very
moderato for such choice goods.
Call and see them.
FOR THE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
The officers of the library and
reading room association, acknow
ledge the following contributions,
received during tho last week.
From Rev. Dr. Hyde ; a lot of
pamphlets, consisting of reports and
proceedings of various local religious
organizations, Some of these aro
old mid quite scarce
From Mr. 1. C. Jones ; fourteen
volumes of Reports of tho Record
Commissioners of the City of Bos
ton. From Hon. Edward Preston, un
bound numbers of tho Art Journal
for tho years 1878-79-80, publish
ed by D. Applcton & Co.
From W. A. Kinnoy Esq. a mis
cellaneous ot of books.
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Cause nnd Effect: "How did it
happen that tho church was 60
crowded to-day?" ,Wel, l' tell
you. Yoq see tho Professor of
Theology preached, and pn Ma ac
count nl tho students came on
their account all tho girls, on their
account all tho young men, or thejr
account nil tho widows, nud ou theirs
nil tho widowers',"
HAWAII GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.
The Hatcait Government Gnsetta
Is Issued just as wo go to press too
late Tor extended notice to-day. It
contains a letter from King Mnliclon
of Samoa to King Knlnkaun, in
which the Hawaiian Commissioners
arc referred to in kindly terms. Tho
order of tho procession nt the
funeral of tho lato Princess Llkellkc,
to take place on the 27lh instant, is
published. There aro also numer
ous letters of condolence to tho
King nud Royal Family on the
death of Princess Llkellkc.
THE TEMPERANCE CAMPAIGN.
AT KAUMAKAFILI CHUltCH.
Mr. Booth's second meeting, last
evening, in the basement of Knumn
knpili Church, though not ns crowd
ed as on Sunday evening, was large
ly attended, nearly all present being
native Hnwniians. His Honor Judge
McCully presided. Tho Rev. U.
M. Hyde, 1). 1). also occupied n
scat on the platform. Mr. V. L.
Wilcox interpreted "The story of
my Life" as given by Mr. Booth,
both tho story and the translation
being listened to with rapt ntten
tention, nnd eliciting from time to
time, the usual tokens of having
produced strong impressions on the
minds of the audience. The appeal
to sign the pledge was answered
in u scene of cnlhusiain nnd crowd
ing forwnrd like that witnessed on
the previous evening. Interpreter
Wilcox was enthusiastically cheered
as he retired from tho platform, nnd
a similar compliment was tendered
the Chairman. Eighty additional
signatures are reported. This even
ing, Mr. Booth's farewell to fair
Hawaii will be given nt tho same
plncc, a circumstance on which
ho remarked that he would
over recall his visit to this country
with added pleasure in that his Inst
meeting was with the native born in
habitants nnd that it would bo the
rarest item of statistics he would
carry with him to his native land if
he could say that the Hawaiian sig
natures to the plcdgo in Honolulu
outnumbered those of tho foreigners.
0 LUSO HAWAIiANO.
We thank our Portuguese neigh-
'bor, 0 Itwo Jlaieullano. for the
kind words and good wishes ex
pressed on the occasion of the Daily
Bulletin entering on its Gth year
of publication, nnd, in return, wish
the Taiso a continuation of its past
success. It has, to the present
time, been a very interesting nnd
useful organ nnd it well deserves
the patronage, not only of its na
tional readers, but of all the for
eigners here, who, judging from the
large amount of steady advertise
ments, seem to be well aware of its
being worthy of their support. Last
Saturday's number is brightened up
with a cut of the Statuo of Liberty
in New York, and contains a well
selected amount of useful rending,
amongst which are valuable receipts,
a continuation of n very interesting
geographical description of these isl
ands, and the lately introduced reg
ular "Commercial Review." The
Iiitso reviews in a very friendly
spirit tho recent work of Mr. Booth
at the Y. M. C. A., although it
cnnnol help noticing that drunken
ness is nt n minimum amongst the
Portuguese people, as amongst nil
Latin races, whilst tho proud Anglo
Saxon race ranks in that vice, on n
par with tho African savages. An
other characteristic feature of tho
Luso, which is steadily and well
kept up, is tho amount of corres
pondence received from tho other
islands, and tho regular valuable
letters sent from Lisbon. Alto
gether M. Marques is doing good
work for tho Portuguese.
AT CUAMUE11S UKt'OKE JUM, C. 3'.'
Monday, Feb. Mth.
In re Kela ct al vs. Pnhullima,
ejectment. Heard, argued nud sub
mitted. A. P. Peterson for plaintiff.
DKKOltE L. M' CULLY, J.
Swift vs. Garstin Bros. Con
tinued by consent till Monday next.
W. R. Castle for plaintiff, P. M.
Hatch for defendants.
UEFOKE PHESTOS, J.
In re bankruptcy of Wallace
Jackson. Hearing on afildavit to
assign certain property to the bank
rupt. Ordered that the fifteen
articles required for house-keeping
be allowed, and that the four articles
required for horse training ho not
allowed. W. O. Smith for bankrupt.
HKFOtlE lllCKEIlTON, ,1.
In probate estate of J. II. Wickc.
Partially heard and continued until
February 10th at 10 a. si. S. B.
Dolo for petitioner.
In ro A. Barnes, voluntary bank
rupt. Petition for adjudication,
etc, Ordorcd that ho bo adjudged
n bankrupt upon liis own petition,
and Monday, February 28th, ap
pointed for proof of claims nnd
election of assignee.
BEFORE l'OLICE JUSTICE DAYTON.
Tuesday, Feb. Wh.
Chun Kum Cuan, on a charge of
gross cl(eat, was again remanded to
the 17th instant.
AU Mun, clmrged with larceny of
sx chckcns from Sin Yce. Found
guilty and sentenced to nine months'
Kimokolo, pleaded guilty to as
sault and battery ou Kauhnnc.
Fined $0 nud $1 costs.
ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER W.
Tho Hall arrived this afternoon
just as wo aro going to press, and re
ports no new flow in tho direction of
Kawailmc, nnd the Knliuku llow still
LATE FOREIGN NEWS ITEMS.
Austria is openly preparing for
war. Recruiting is nctivcly pro
ceeding, while every effort is being
made to hasten the completion of
tho contracts for military equip
ments. Prince Bismarck's attitude 1ms
had tho effect of inducing the
French Clinmbcr of Deputies to
grant General Uoulangor's demand
for extra war credit.
It is reported that Mr. Strecter,
of London, tho well-known dealer in
precious stones, has leased the ruby
mines just acquired in Burmau for
thirty thousand n year.
The Queen's Jubilee Mill bo cele
brated in India in February.
It is reported that two officers of
the Indian army havo been arrested
in Moscow as spies.
Latest news from Burmah states
that the country has virtually been
General Kaulbars will shortly re
turn to Bulgaria.
Prince George of Leuchtenbeig,
who 13 nn officer in the Russian
army, is now mentioned ns tho prob
ablo candidate for tho throne of Bul
garia, 111 place of Nicholas of Min
grclia. In India it is believed that Russia
intends to attack Afghanistan in the
The Canadian vessel Alert has
been selected to make a survey of
the proposed Pacific cable fiom
Vancouver to Sandwich Islands.
One hundred cases of, typhoid
fever havo occurred in Melbourne
since the beginning of the year.
Seventeen persons have died from
The United States Senate have ad
vised President Cleveland to obtnin
concessions for the construction of
a canal at Nicaragua.
The Princo of Wales has finally
declined all invitations to visit tho
colonies, being quite unable to leavo
I70R COOKS OR SERVANTS,
: Ring up J. !:. Drown & Co. No
charge to employer.
VIEWS of tho Luvii Flow of If 87.
from NegnlivoR inudo on tho bccoiuI
day of the eruption, tliowlna the col.
umn of )au at tho touree crater, may
he weu at tho Photograph Rooms of $.
GONSALVK3, 12! Fori Bt. 02
WE HAVE just received per Aus
Iralia n new lot of Aitisls' Ma
tctiiil', El'ony Wurc, Brackets Cabinet
Framu, Rustle FtumcF, etc And we
aro better prepared than ever to make
Cornices and Picture Frame, huUng
thu largest and best selected stock of
Mouldings in thu Kingdom. Kino
Uhos.' Ajit Stoiie. ai
Dn. Flint's Heaut Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Uis
eauo and also for l)ihcatcs of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 351
Patuonize Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, nt tho Crystal Soda
Works, whoro ho is prepared to fill all
orders nt tho lowest possible whole
sale prices. Itdund orders solicited
nnd promptly filled. Tho nttention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no liconso is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget thu
namo J. W. Hingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
ALEX. J. OAllTWUIGHT,
Agent fur tho Hawaiian Islands,
00 ly "
1 RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
. SHOP. Hear of Lueitt' Mill,
Australian Mall Somcc.
I'OIS MATS FltAXCIrtCO,
The now and lino Al fieri steamship
Of tho Oceanic SteaiiuhlpCoinpiny, will
he duo nt Honolulu from Sydney
nnd Auckland on or about
March I tth, 1887,
And v.111 leave for lh alinve port u llh
malls and passengers mi or nuout that
For fielght or pnqnic, liiviug SU
PERIOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WH. G. iavIH & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and Hue Al hleel steamship
Of tho Oceanic Hicaiii'hlp Conip my, will
bo due nt Honolulu from i5.ni
FrnncUeo ou or aLout
February 19th, 1887
And will hive prompt dhpalch nilh
mulls and imfcngciR fcr ihualinve port'.
For freight rr pa'MiKi!, having SU.
PKKlOIl ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
t:7 WM. O. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
FOR SAN FJtANCISCO,
The Al Htenmslilp
Will have Honolulu for the above
Wednesday, Feb. 1 6
For Freight or Pnssng, apply lo
C WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
Tho well-known Al Iron Stoaimhlp
'City of Rio de Janeiro,'
W. 11. COHU, Commander,
Will fall for Yokohama and Hongkong
on or about thu
MARCH 12th, '87,
Offering superior accommodations
For Fieightand Passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
50 tf AgenU Pacific Mall a. S. Co.
Tho Pantheon Stahlcs will run dally
an Omulhus known as
Hoginnlng WEDNESDAY, Januaiy 10
U87. The 'Bus will Ma't from the foot
of Fort street, d rner of Quten, no along
Fort to Ucreluuht, lioruanlii.to Kuiiumu,
and theneo up Ilia Aveuuo to L'.ity'a old
place. Following is thu time tabic.
Oceanic Steamship Conp'y.
IMI BUS LIE
LKAVKTOWN, I.KAVE I'ATV'fl.
(I;C0v.M. 0:I!0a. 11.
7:00 " ' 7:20 "
8:00 ' 8:-)0
10:00 " 10:10 "
!!:03i'. u. 12:45 r. m.
2:00 ' 2ii!0 "
4:00 " 4 -All "
5:10 " 5:40 "
OtfO " 7:0') "
t):0: " !:20 "
0:00 a.m. !I;'!0a. M.
10.10 " 10;! 0 "
12:10r. m. 12:15 r. m.
2:00 ' 2:;i0 "
4:00 " 4:i:0 '
0:30 " 7:10 "
8:10 " 0:10 "
-S. I. SHAW,
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zealand la,
70 Quern & Fnit Street Stores. tl
Oo-PavtnovHhii) Nt litto.
MKSSJtS. E. 1'JUMC AND 8. I'KOIC
havo entered lulu ro-imrlncrahlj)
umlor the firm namuof K. ftP, l'KOIv,
from Jiimiiiry 1, ldS7, nnd will enrry on
Din vine uii Fanviudliigi'iifllnufl In nil
t branches, K. IM'UK,
i$ Un H. l'KOK.
BLACK CLOTH SUITS!
BLACK SILK HAT8,
Black and White Gloves, Ties, Elc.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of the above-named Goods, of the
BEST QUALITY nt
Corner ol JTorL & Mcrclitiut t., Honolulu.
EGAN & CO.,
Corner of Fort nud Merchant Mtrcetn, IIonelHla.
Black Cloth Suits, Gloves, Ties, Etc.
White Tien, White Hats, Etc.
fiQr Our BLACK CLOTH SUITS aro of excellent quality,
Eastern Finish, and marked at the LOWEST figures in the
EGAN A, CO.
SAN JOSE, CAL.
The Lager Beer of
At tho Expositions
Pioneer Steam Candy Fact' y.
And Cake Bakery.
Keeps always on hand the largest stock and greatest variety of Home
Made, Fresh and only Pure Caudles and Cakes.
Lowest Prices, Full Weight, and Pur Goods at Wholesale and Eetail. l
F. HORN, - Proprietor
And Only Practical Confectioner and Ornanienter in this Kingdom.
Wedding and Birthday Cakes
Not a specialty exactly, but are made now as before, of superior quality
and richness of llavor and ORNAMENTED IN AN AUTISTIC STYLE
which defies imitation and fully sustains a twenty-three years' reputation,
not yet excelled in Honolulu.
American, French, Italian, English and German FastriM
Made to Order at Short Notice.
llrciul Delivered Every Day ta nil parts f the City.
Steam Made Ice Cream
At $.1.00 for one, and $5.00 for two Gallons. Made from rich Ege;
Custard. It is made from Woodlawn Dairy Cream; guaranteed to be
made without Starch or .Gelatine, and acknowledged to be the Richest,
Purest and Cheapest Ice Cream in Honolulu.
Special Arrangements made for Large Orders.
Satisfaction guarantocd by
Factory, Store and Ico Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Botweta Fort ft Nuuanu. c TslsphssW o, 74- M
the alove Brewtry
the First Prizes I
of 1685 and 1680
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