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SATURDAY, MAR. 12, 1887.
Stmr Iwnlnnl from Hnniukua
S S Alumctla from tlio Colonic?
Btmr Mokolll from Molokal
Stmr J A Cummins from lfoohut
Stmr Wnlninnnlo from Walauac
Schr Wiillolo from Kuan
Schr Kuwallanl from ICoohtit
Solir KaiilkcaonU from Kohiila
Sehr Kiiliinianu from Kuhala
8 S Alameda for San Francisco
Stmr Lchim for Hakalau ami Hoiiomn
at 4 i) in
Ilk Martha Plh r for Poitland, Or
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
llktuo Ella for San Francisco
Stmr Surprise for Kuan anil Laupahoc-
Schr Wallclc for Kuan
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Walmanalo for Wal.tiiac
Schr Huleaknhi for Pcpeckco
Schr Kaulkcaoull for Kohala
Schr Kulamanti for Hamakua
For Honolulu, from tho Colwnlo, per
S S Alameda, Mnr 11 Mrs A Stcplicn
son, Mr Alexander and wife, J 1' Liv
ingstone, Mrs Grnne, A Ytlls and 141
From Hamakua per btmr IwalanI,
Mar 11 V A r-'clmcfcr, Ji,aml 18 deck.
From Honolulu, per S S Alameda,
Mar 12 Mrs. 1 11 Sutton, MlsE Mc
Coinb, M li Money, O Money, A
Stmter, M Adclsdorfer. 11 Williams. F
H .Tagger, F E Churchill, E O Newell.
L Hlnkiton, Mr bhorry, T 8 Lea, A W
Smith, F llornn. bTr.EiiAOi: II Gar
lick, G Mon, Clias Slutson. A Monroe,
J II Oonudou and sou, J Gnllaway, I
Adler, and J W Monzanncy, and 141 in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Iwnlnnl 3.208 hags sugar.
Stmr Mokolll CIO bags sugar, 14 bbls
molasses, 15 bales wool, 50 sheep,
no lambs, 4 horse, 275 goat skins
17 gicuii hides and 30 bags potatoes.
Schr Wallelc 1,018 bags sugar.
Schr Kaulkeaoull 2,100 bags sugar.
SCUr IVUiamaim z,iuu iiun Biig.u.
Tho S N Castlo was taken upon tho
Mai Ine Kullw ay this morning.
Tho S S Alameda left Sydney leb
23, at 4 :27 p m. Discharged pilot 4 :57.
Stopped for Auckland pilot, 27th. at
1 :34 p m 3 days and 20 boms. Sailed
from Auckland 28th, at G :05 p m. Un
charged pilot at 7 p in. t topped off
Tutiiil.i, March 4th, at 2: 40 p in. Sailed
from Tutulla at 3:05. Stopped for
Honolulu pilot 11th, at 4:00 p m-11
days, 1!) hours, 54 minutes from Auck
land, aiarch 4th, at 2 a m, passed tho
Mariposa. Expcilenced moderate head
winds and lino weather.
The S S Alameda took this morning
from Honolulu for Sau Francisco 12,081
bags sugar, 1,072 bunches of bananas, 0
boxes of betel leaves and one nack of
coin (gold $000, silver 10r). Value
domestic produce 873,020.30. She had
2G0 cases of opium, 2,784 packages of
merchandise, 3 horses and 4 ponies in
transit from the uoiouies.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Sonoma, How es
Bk Zolla, McKay
Bk Maitha Fisher, Buekln
Ger bk U K Bishop, Woltcra
Bktne S N Castle, Hubbard
Brit bails Velocity, Bolster
Schr Hera, Closson
Bk Ceylon, Calhoun
Bktno Ella. Bust
Bk Kalakaua, Armstrong
8 S Australia, Hotullctt
Am wh bk Helen Mars, from San
Francisco, duo i eb 10-28
Am wh bk Francis Palmer, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Mars, from San Francisco,
duo Fob 10-28
Am wli bk Andrew Hicks, from San
Framlsco, duo Feb 10-28
Am missionary steam bktno Morning
Star, II F Turner, from tho South Sea
Islands, duo Feb 20-28
P M S S City of Bio do Janeiro, W B
Cobb, from San Francisco, en lonto to
Yokohama and Hongkong, duo March
Am bark Tlmour, Brewer, sailed from
Boston, Deo 17, duo May 1-20.
Am wh baik Hunter, Geo W Jcnks,
from tho Lino Islands, duo March 10-31,
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, duo
. March 21-31.
Am bk Ceylon, It Calhoun, from ban
' Francisco, duo Feb 18-2(1
Haw schr General Selgcl, from French
Frigate Shoals, duo Nov 20-30.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Maiunb insurance itf 1& percent.
v , Tiik Honolulu lliilea will drill this
Sevekai. parties received Cocka
toos by tho Alameda yesterday.
Thk Btcumors Kinau and Likcllko
will bo duo liero to-nionow morning.
Mu. W. M. Gilliird is improving
rapidly, fiom his injuries received
FuoToaiti'iis of tho Alloyne-Wado
dramatic company nio on view at
Mr. Howett's bookstoio.
Mu. John T. Arundel, formorly
ownpr of tlioKaimiloa, was a through
pasfc'cngcr by tho Alameda.
Oun best thanks iho hcicliy tunilor-d-cd
to purfccr Sutton, of tho Alameda,
for files of Australian and Now Zea
At tho T. and M. Hall, tlio Mibject
this ovoning will bo, "Why not found
bofoio?" and to-inonow ovoning,
Tmswlialoifl Klcntwing, Not thorn
Light, lleindeor, Win, Baylies, Lan
cer and Wandoier, lmvo cleared for a
' winding cruiso north.
Tim lfonohilu Amatour Miustiol's
u'rformunco, intended for noxt Tucb-
dny evening, lias been postponed ini-
til tlio following Thumlay, to mako
" vay or Mr, Alloyne. .
Tin: Ultio Ribbon League will givoa
frcu ctiteitainmcut at the V, M. C.
A. JIn.ll, this evening. An attractive
luogrninmo has been propured.
Elkctiiio house bells and burglar
nlimn bolls nro placed in houses,
whorovcr desiied, by Mr. A.Flohr,
Mu. Swnn.y missed tho gang
plnnk of Iho Alameda this morn
ing and was taken to tea. Ho camo
back for $2 in tho pilot boat, with an
appctitu for lunch.
51 ii. Henry Alleynu and Miss
Florence Wade, pabsengers from New
Zealand, by tho Alameda, havo re
mained over lieic, and will give a
couple of performances in tho Opera
Tin: tug Eleu returned last even
ing, without tho schooner Malolo.
After taking tho scliooner'a urcw at
Awalua, last Wednesday, tlio Eleu
cruised mhiio 80 miles about Lanai,
without seeing any vestige of tho lost
ARRIVALS AT THE EAGLE HOUSE.
Miss A. Stephenson, London;
Onirics Campbell, steamer C. R.
IJMiop; Walter Badger, steamer
Waialealu ; II. Day, city.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Mr. II. Allcyne, Miss Florence
Wade, J. F. Livingstone nnd A.
The Koynl Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square this after
noon commencing nt 4:30 o'clock.
Following is the programme:
Oveiture Bomnntlo ICelcr Bcla
l'olkit Stefanlo , Fahrbach
Sole tlou .Mikado Sullivan
Walt. Flow cr Show Cooto
Gavotte Tlio Stars Evans
l'olka You and I. Faust
The Jnpniicse ncrobnts will make
their final npnenrnnco at the Opera
House this evening. An extra good
programme has been arranged for
the occasion, and presents of Japa
nese nicknacks will bo given nway
to the audience. Tlio performance
last evening was good, but not
largely attended. Next week, tho
acrobats will probably mako n tour
of the other Islands.
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL.
The Hawaiian Hotel was the scene
of unusual life and gaiety last night.
The large olcctiic light, .over the
balcony on the front sido of the
main building, illuminated tho yard
and the balconies. Japanese lanterns,
of many colors, were suspended all
over the front of tho building, for
ornamentation. Tho guests of the
Hotel, many of whom are strangers
who arrived bj' tho steamship Aus
tralia, a few days ago, were Joined
by tho numerous en route passengers
of tho btcamur Alameda and many
Honolulu people, making altogether
a huge and lively company. Seats
were provided in abundance all over
the balconies. Music was furnished
ly a company of seven native singers,
who were stationed near tho front
door on the first balcony. They
sang Hawaiian airs to guitar accom
paniments, until past 10 o'clock.
The strangers seemed specially in
terested in and delighted with tho
music. The manager, Mr. Bartlett,
is to bo congratulated on tho com
plete success of the evening's enter
tainment, enjoyed alike by strangers
THE ALAMEDA'S ARRIVAL AND
Tho Oceanic Steamship Company's
steamer Alameda arrived from Aus
tralia, via New Zealand, about 5
o'clock last evening, bringing G
cabin passengers for Honolulu, and
having 114 for San Francisco. She
resumed her voyago this morning.
Her departure was a scene of
gaiety and liveliness. Up to the
last moment, peoplo were rushing
tip and down the gang-plank, bid
ding farewell to friends. Many of
the passengers were decorated with
flowers. Tho Hawaiian Band was
in attendance, and played several
popular selections, winding up with
"God Save the Queen," "Star
Spangled Banner," nnd tho Ha
waiian National. Anthem. The
steamor started seaward nt 9:40,
amid a cloud of waving lints and
hiinkcrchiefs, and with tho echo of
three cheers from the sailors of the
Martha Fisher, lying in tlio stream.
SOMETHING ABOUT SAMOA.
A private- letter from Samoa, to n
gentleman here contains the follow
ing, of interest to somo of our
"Hero wo are in n condition of
being chronically hindered by the
want of any government. Wo havo
two governments, but they nro both
ns nearly useless ns it is possible to
be. They both of them mako laws,
and oven get them printed. But
neither government dares to enforco
them. The man who breaks n law
docs so with impunity, because if lie
is judged by Ills government and
found guilty, he threatens to go
over to the other party If any pun
ishment Jio inflicted. Thus you see,
wo have not yet passed from a state
of primitive anarchy. A Mr. Bush
ia making quite u stir hero in these
days, with Ills proposition of nlll
aiicp with the Honolulu Government.
IIu is a very poison to tho Germans,
who uio anxious to annex Samoa,
uml ho W not allowed to become n
member of the Municipal Board in
Apia, because he is not rocoguiscd
by tlio "SVnsliinglon Convention.
Who and what is Mr. Bush is now
the question. Tho condi
tion of the natives is low and disap
pointing. Their progress is ever
lastingly prevented by their unclias
tity, their extreme' laziness, and
their growing association with tlio
vices of civilization. Thoy having,
of course, a decided preference, or
selective nfllnity, for tho vices rather
than the virtues, of those who travel
SUPREME COURT-JANUARY TERM,
Judgment was delivered this
morning in the case known ns the
Gazette contempt of Court case,
having been nrgucd before Judd,
C. J., McCully, Preston and Bicker
ton, J. J., Fornander, J. absent).
Tlio opinion of tho Court was
delivered by Judd, C. J. The fol
lowing is a summary:
At the instance of ono J. II.
Congdou defendant in a case then
pending in the Supreme Court,
wherein II. Ackcrruann. master of
the American schooner Geo. C. Per
kins was plaintiff, the Court issued
a rule citing the respondents II. M.
Whitney and A. T. Atkinson as
miblishcr and editor ruHiieetivnlv.
pt the llaicuiitm Gazette newspaper
to appear and show cause why they
should not bo adjudged guilty of a
contempt of Court in having printed
and published in tlio said newspaper
of December 28th, 1880, an nrticlu
entitled "the other side of the Ques
tion." Tho oflldavit of tho applicant for
tno rule alleged, that the material
statements in the article were false ;
that they reflect seriously upon the
petitioner, and are calculated to
to cast unjust suspicion of dishonesty
upon Ids character nnd to prejudice
tlio public with respect to the merits
of snid case and to prejudice and
impair his right to a just and im
partial decision of aid case so
After reviewing tho arguments of
counsel at length, their Lordships
come to the conclusion that an act of
misconduct may be found by the
Court to be n contempt, though it is
not one of those enumerated in the
Section of tho Penal Code under
discussion. Tho next enquiry to
meet is whether the article in ques
tion is of such a natuic.
Tho suit of .Ackcrmanii vs. Cong
don was to recover freight on mi
invoice of hogs. The defence is
stated to ho that a number of hogs
died on tho passage, for which tlio
shipper seek to hold the plaintiff's
responsible. Tho statement is made
in tho Gazette that as far as the
ship is concerned, no accident oc
curred to cause death and the only
excuse was that tho hogs were over
fed and died from suffocation. Thin
is put forward by petitioner's coun
sel ns a "publication tending to
influence tho result of n pending
suit nnd therefore n contempt of
Court." After citing several au
thorities -tho Court is of opinion
that the publication of the article in
tho Hawaiian Gazette is a con
tempt of Court As this
caso was the first instance of con
structive contempt of this character
brought to tho notice of the Court
and ns it is not a serious one they
impose no fine. The judgment of
the Court is that tho respondents
nro guilty of n contempt of Court,
nnd must pay costs which nro taxed
at $5. Ashford & Ashford for tho
rule. Defendants in person. This
judgment was concurred in by Pres
ton, J., nnd Bickertou, J. McCully,
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
The Court wns well filled this
morning at the opening hour,
amongst the audience being several
gentlemen, who expressed n special
interest in the Kairailoa affray. To
their disappointment tiic case was
remanded until the 14th instant.
Two Chinnmen, who were bonds
men for two of their countrymen ap
peared to show cause why the'
should not forfeit tlio amount of
their bond. At their request they
were allowed to go in search of the
accused, with whom they returned
within live minutes. They were re
manded until Monday next.
A respectable looking Chinaman,
who had been found witli two or
thrco tins of opium up his sleeve,
admitted tlio accusation, and was
fined $1,000 and sentenced to im
prisonment nt hard labor for two
Tho shooting caso at the Empire
Saloon, in which W. II. Vance is
tho defendant, was noxt called. Tho
following is tlio evidence of tho
prosecuting witness, Mnrdcn. which
gives nn outline of the circumstances
ntteuding tho nffrny:
Mnrden, on being sworn, said:
I am n barkeeper nt the Empire
Snloon. Vance was bartender at
tlio samo place. Early on the morn
ing of the 10th instant, I was at tho
saloon. On putting my key into the
door on the makai sido of tho build
ing, I found there were keys on tho
inside. There nro two doors on the
makai sido. The door I tried is on
the Fort street side. I tried another
lock above but could not open it. I
heard some ono iusido open another
door. I saw Vance standing at the
other door. I was about to with
draw my key out of the lock when
the shot went off. After ho flrcd lie
went into tho house and locked the
door. As soon as the shot was
flrcd I sang out "haul in." Two
Qlllcers cumo to tho place At half
past 4 o'clock on Wednesday after
noon, Vnnca tpld inp that Olds had
etatert tliuj; I was to go tlial day,
Viiticc Was sober nt thut tiinu. I
had hud no trouble with hint previ
ously. I snid "I don't believe Mr.
Olds said anything of the kind." I
went away nt 0 o'clock that evening
and did not sec him afterwards. I
took the keys with mo. Vnnco did
not speak to mo again. I told him
I would telephone to Mr. Olds, and
ascertain if he said I was to be dis
chaigcd. If ho said "yes," I would
give up the keys, but not without.
I telephoned to Mr. Olds, and hn
replied he had not told Vance to
discharge me and take the keys
Cioss-examination I held second
position. Vance was head bar
keeper, and I wn9 second. Vnnco
kept tho cash. I never told Mr.
Olds that I was going to leave. I
had no ill-feeling towards Vance.
Defendant made a statement.
Found guilty and sentenced to
imprisonment at hard labor for four
months and lined 8100.
Victoria, B. C, Feb. 28 Nearly
all the Chinamen who arrived at
Vancouver on Thursday from Vic
toria to work on the Brighouso es
tate were f lightened away by a mob
and went over to New Westminster.
Many old Chinese residents were
nlso driven out.
About SCO worth of property was
destroyed and goods nnd money
Three arrests were mado John
Tranlcy, n logger; Thomas Giecn,
a milkman, and Olio Chailton, a
clerk but were allowed bail by tho
city ofllccis at 83,000 each, against
tlio wish of Superintendent l?oy-
croit of tlio J'rovincial Police, who
was detailed there, but was absent
when the city ofllcers assumed such
The mob's conduct in destroying
personal effects and burning the
bedding of tho shiveilng wretches
has alienated the sympathy of nearly
nil the respectable citizens, who, up
to the present time, favored the
Uoycroft, finding Mayor McLean
and the civic ofllcers not carrying
out the law in a proper spirit,
through fear of other causes, at once
returned to Victoria and repoited
matters to the local Government,
The Attorney-General submitted
a bill to-day which passed tluougli
all the stages of legislation and be
came a law two hours afterward.
The Act takes away all the civic
powers from tho Mayor, Magistrate,
and all civic ofllcials of Vancouver
Uoycroft returns to-morrow morn
ing with his own ofllcial escort and
will carry the law through in its
By the new Act Vancouver will
bear all the expenses incurred.
The ringleaders arc supposed to
be tho samo who headed tho anti
Chinese disturbances "at Seattle,
Tacoina and other Sound cities last
year. S. F. Bulletin.
LAST OF THE BUF0RDS.
Major G. Henry Buford of Yar
nalton, a wealthy and prominent
farmer, died at Jjcxington, Ky., on
Friday, February 4th. Major Bu
ford was a hi other of General Abo
Bufoid and also of Colonel Buford,
who killed Judge Elliott of tho
Court of Appeals. A singular fatal
ity seems to havo attached to tills
family. Many years ago, before the
war, Sinkly Buford, another bio
ther. was shot and killed in the
Court House at Versnilics by G.
Carter. General Abo Buford, de
pressed by tho los3 of his fortune,
committed suicide in Indiana, and
Tom Buford, smarting under the
conviction that he had been unjustly
deprived of his legal rights by the
courts, killed'intho streets of Fiank
foit the lamented Elliott. The
death of Major Henry Buford re
moves the last of tho brothers.
They had one sister, Miss Mary Bu
ford, who possessed tho great cour
ago and decision of character for
which tho family was noted. The
family was ono of tho earliest to lo
cate in Kentucky, and from father
to bon had always been among the
foiemost supporters nnd patrons of
the turf, having bred some of the
finest tlioioughbred in America.
fTroy Times, Feb. ii.
Bomax Catholic CJATiir.nitAt..
High iiiiim at 10 A. M. Benediction of
tho blcsed saci anient at -tsllO i ji. A
slioit Ihiglish sermon will hp .rc:ieed
after tliu 7 o'clock mans in the moinlng.
IvAUMAKAi-iri Church. How J.
Wahimau, pastor. Sunday school at
0::il)A. m. Preaching at 10-30 A. m.
Kawaiahao Ciiuiiaii. Jiuv. II. II.
Pinker, pastor, Sunday school at 10
A. M. Pleaching at 11 a. m. Young
people-', meeting at 7:!10 v. m.
ClllNKSK Ciiuitcn. Foit street, near
corner lloretanlii. Air. To Tnng Ue,
evangelist. Clilucu Similav School,
li:U0 a. M. Chinese and EuglUh Sun
day School, 2:;i0 i. II. Pleaching 11
A. m. and 7:UU i. .m. Itlhlo l-Ium In
Chlneco Y. 31. O. A. Hall, (1:30 I i.
roiiT-sTJii:i.T Chuiccii. "Tliu First
Tiling" will bo the thcnio of Pastor
Cruim's Sunday moinlng ceiinon, and
"Bo True to Yourt-ulf" ol the discourse
In Iho rveiilug. Bllilo n-liool at 0:15
a. M., .Mr, C, 31. Cooke, biipeiluteudeiit.
St. ANDunwV, Oath kimiai,. First
Oongicgutloiii Holy Communion, (5:30
A. m, .Morning prayer at U:!!0 . m
with sermon.. Pieneher, tliu lllshop of
Honolulu. KvmiHoiig with seimoii. by
lliolhw. If. II, Gowi'ii at ii I', Ji. All
beats nro unnppiopi luted.
Y. M. O. A Yniiiiir Mem' Illlil
Chimin tho parlor nt on.", ,t ji., con
ducted by tho General Secretary. (!os
nel Pial-o Service at G::iO. Come and
t:''n'v' ' '"' 'iMmtamii&mimxmfmmmtsiei
Congi (-gallon. Hev. Ocorgo
A. M.. iintoi. 31oinlu
iiiiiyer wiui ncniiun, ill IIIIO A. 31
Lvcnlng piajer. with teiuioii, nt 7.30 1,
. annuity soiioui ineeH at 10 A.
Heats fiee at all miivIuca.
BKTIir.l. r.NIOX COKOUnOATIO.V.
Kov. E. O. uggcl, pastor. Sen Ices at
Iho T.r.mr.i V. i n.n.l & .
.. .' v ' "' ""jv;-l i '1 IIU Will
without Father or .Mother." Sunday
ecliool and Bible class at 0il. o'clock.
Lesson. '-Jacob :il Hetliel," Gen. 39:10
22. Stiangcis within our gates aud all
other cordially Imllod.
I EVERYBODY I i Invited to rail nt
-i ilw J'.mti: lcr Uiikam Paiii.oijs and
In pi et that tplvji'iid lot of Cumlie just
nrilvul per AuUnilla. I'y the way, ou
em buy somu too. Thuic Is nothing
like Candy I It takes with nil tho girlsl
ftPERRY'S iN'ofl FmnlFlour Is
k? ollercd for biilo by GO.NS.I JWBd &
CO , Queen Street. 01
VIEWS of tho Lnvii Flow of 1887,
from Nejtallvpi undo on Iho second
day of tho ci upton, thawing tho col.
uiiiii of lua at the rourcu crater, may
he pccii nt thi I'liotoRr.u.li Booms of ,t.
GONSALVK5, 1'JlFoiibl. 53
T717"E HAVE J'ist rccchud per Aim.
TT trnlla u now lot ot Aitlsts' 31a
teriiN, Ebony Wnre, Win kut-, Cabinet
Frump, Itiuiio I'mui-H, tic. And we
iiro better piepand than ever to make
Cornicos nnil I'icturo Finnic, Inning
tlio largest and bt si looted stock ot
Moulding-; in ilu Kingdom. Kixo
Bnos.' Aut bTOiu: 34
Eu. Flint's 1Ii:.ut Jti:su:ur is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Uis
ense and nlno for Uitenses of Kidneys
and Circultiiioii. Dwciiptivo book
with every bottle. Beiibon Smith &
Co., Agents. , H54
Patiionizi: Hume Indtintry by buy
ing cigar of. I. W. Ilingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
Works, whoie ho is piepiued to till all
orders at the lowet possible whole
sale prices. Inland oitleis t-olioitcd
and promptly lilled. The attention
of dealers is lospect fully invited to
tho fact "no licon&o is lcquircd" to
toll tlio&o cigarn. Do not forget tho
namo .1. W. Ilingloy, nor the place
Crystal Soda Winks, Hotel street.
AW03IAX to act as Companion and
Help In Pihato Family. In
quire at tills olllce. hOat
A JAPANESE (OOIC wanted; must
mako hltnoclf goiicinlly useful.
Apply at this Olllce. 72
SIX GOOD I)Iti:sS3lAKERS wan'cd
ut Chuf, J. Fl lie 'a Drcssmnkliig
l.stahlNitni'tit. Nouu but good hunus
need to apply. 11 if
ONE TUA3I OAK AND 200 FEET
of T KnlK six pounds to the foot,
wl'h lwIH mid flih-plntci complete.
Suitable for Watelioii-e nr Plantation.
Apply to IIOLLISTEU & CO.
OOTTAG 13 TO LET.
A CO I TAG E ON BEKE
lunl i Street, adjoining tho
residence of 31m. 3Iori'nn.
Cottngu cniitniiih ." rooms with kitchen,
Etc. Apply to K I". ADAMS ,fc CO.
THE well known Old Corner
l'ronilses. Apply at the BEA
VElt SAI.OUN H7 tf
TO LET OR LEASE.
THAT BUILDING FOR3IERLY
occupied bvYVimg Lcong ns his
rmldeiieo ut Ktip iliumi, i,ear the Reform
atory School, containing 7 rooms, in.
eluiflnj; Parlor, Bedroom, Dhiltiif.room
and Mirhon, h i.nu qfiired for rant nr
lease nt a intt reii&oimtilu rale. For in
formation enqiilio at William R. Carlo's
law olltci', or of Ah Iu, corner of Were
tunlii and Nuuiinii Siu-cK 63 ilw
AT THE ANNUAL 3IKET1NG OF
tho I'eoplo's leu and Jtcfrigoia'lng
CJ.. lii-lil this diiy. tliu following ofllcers
wcic elected for tlio ensuing ycnr:
I. M. SSS President
J. K. WILDER Viccl'rrsldcnt
W.E. FOSTER Sicretary
W. E. WALE 'Ircisurer
J. H.PA'lY Auditor
J. 31. S m, .1, K, Wl Ucr, W. E. Foster
W. E. FOSTER,
See r P. I. & Hot Co.
Honolulu, 31nrni 1, 1SS7. ' 73 IQt
RYAN'S EOAT BUDDING
SHOP. Kfiir of Luca." MM.
Will ho open ivery nlternron and even.
Ing .u follows:
Jlonilny, Tiu-Mtny, IWtliK-mluy nnd
w Huitiriliiy livcnliigN,
To Iho pnMIn in gcneinl.
For Indie; anil gentlemen.
for Indicf, gentlcuun nnd children.
Lessons in Funny Skating.
Friday and Mitiirilny Evenings.
.u JJ Wl-.llli, A.lllLIUIt ilUUUU, III 11
A. si. with pieaehlug by tho Bow E. O.
Oggel. Subject, "liuniortiillztil Xiimej
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-WILLIAM WALL, 31aiiugor.
TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
0.3 & 05 FortStreet, Honolulu.
By tho Zcalandia, duo hero on tho 18th of this month,
Mr. Ehrlich will return to Honolulu, with one of the Larg
est and hest Selected Stocks of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS!
Ever imported to Honolulu.
The Ladies and General Public arc cordially invited to
inspect the Stock upon its arrival.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS !
s S. EHRLICH.
. Cninpliell'M Mock,
X IIILDER, -
Iloll Telephone 172.
The Best Manila Cigars in the Market!
Chnrlca Stuart Cnverley recently published a specimen of his lyrical tnlcnt,
entitled " 3Ir. Leslie's Song " of which tho following two verses are a specimen:
There Is n tapturo exceeding all measure,
Luft to enliven tills sorrowful world;
Who docs not think of that moment with pleasure,
When llrst round his lips tlio wreathing smoke curled ?
Parents look grave or nick,
Call it a nasty trick,
Say It Is ruinoin Buy it Is wrong;
ilappy indeed is his lot,
Who, for these caring not,
Pull's llko a clilmuoy-pot,
All tho day long.
Some, who aro troubled with cndloss ontrcutic, .
Sttlve for a time this delight to forcpo;
Vuiu are ihelr cflorts, their failure complete is
J.lfo without smoklnp's unbearably slow.
Soon their mistake they find, '
Leave ail such thoughts behind, i
Wise resolutions ull vanish in suioUe;
Ami to tlie;r cost
That, ir their life
71 'Twill be no joke.
UaitiK bought the
From the Tcraplo of Fashion nt greatly reduced rat03, wo now offer thcin to our
numerous patrons at nrltcs which do y competition.
These goods aio llrst class In every icspect and consist of all grades and qunh
Mil, Suitable for liie Bleb M Poor ale.
In offcnlng them to our customers wo would moat respectfully draw their at
tention to tlio fact that wear giving them tho benefit of our cheap bargain and
invito the public in general to glvo us a call and examine these goods beforo pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual line of
HATS, GAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need especial comment. C'J
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.
8AN JOSE, CAL.
Tho Lsgcr Beer of
! Was Awarded
At the Expojltlons
20 0m HONOLULU,
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and tCaps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Streets, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLANDJTRADE SOLICITED AND
A PLEASANT KKONT KCKW,
newly furnished, at 10." Nuuanii
Avenue, by tho week or month.
00 lw MHS. V. G. NEEDHAM.
For Sale or Lease.
rpHORB PUP.MISES SITUATKU ON
X runaliou Street colled "Kiiniinllo.
hlo," tliu piopirty of O. II. Judd, aio for
bahi or for lenso tor a term of years.
For particulars Inquire of
ALEX. J. OAJITWUIGIIT.
Honolulu, Dec. 13. 1880. 1603
FOK LEASI3 OR SALE.
rpiIK HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
X MM, nt present oceupled by Q. D.
1' reitb. Apply nt ( llloe of
l'UKKTIl & PEAOOOK,
tf SJ Nuuaau stroet.
Mutual Telephone .175. ,
Egan & Co.'s
entire Stock of
.the abavo Brewery
the First Prizes f
ot 1685 and 1E80
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
jJMkA THE JtESIDENOE AND
flSSaB l'astu ro Lands at Pauou Vnl
WmSSmU Ipy, occupied by Mrs. Long.
Apply on tlio premises. 150 if
ONE LAltQE LOT, corner Toneaeola
and Lunullln Sts, which can bo
divided Into two or more building lota.
Kuqitlro of G. WEST,
ni Of "West, Dow & Co,
BIONEY TO LOAN.
THE undersigned have monoy to loin
in auma of not lean than ono thou,
and dollars upon satisfartorv hecurlly.
SMITH, TIIUH8TON & KINNEY.
C2tf GO Pott Street, Honolulu.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
JL advtrtho in tho Daily Bulletin.