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Tho AroadoHEGAN & CO.
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$12.50 Gent's Bine Flan'I Suits
To tlicir XowHIorr, 3lrliiiriiy
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YESSELS IN PORT.
II 31 S Onrolliw, Sir W Wlscmnn
UBS Vniiiliilln, ltuar Admiral Kimbcrly
S S Australhi, Houillcllo
Ilk yreilerleli, Kroff
BU Voi est Queen, Wliullng
Ilk Cnlburluii, Perkins
Bk Httznnl, ITnlluiul
Bktiio H G Wilder, HtiRg
Belir W S Uowuo, Blulim
At St. Andrew's Priory, .Junnnry 11,
of hemorrhage of tho lungs, Co-y, (lie
beloved daughter of Sir. and Mis. V.
Horn, aged 10 years and a months.
Company A of the Honolulu ltilles,
will drill this evening.
A Nr.w iiainling by llowaul iriteh
eoek is on exhibition in llowctt's
.. w '
To-mokuow ovoning will bo the
ladies' nightnt tho Yoseniito Skating
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ill!. J. T. Wnterhoufco advurtiscs a
line lot of new goods just arrived ex
S, S. Australia.
MnssitB. Wing Wo Chan lmvc not
yet decided what thoy will do with
the bark Lilian.
Tiikiik will boa Sociable, at the
Central Union Church this ovoning,
at 7 :l?0 o'clock.
Tun tlicmomctor legistoied Gl
up Nuuanu Valley this morning; it
was 58 yestoiday nioining.
Luwih J. Levey will hold his regu
lar cash sale at his acution looms to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
Tuniir. will bo a meeting of the
Fire Police in the Hall of Engino Co.
No. 2, at 7 :!S0 o'clock this evening.
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No rain fell at Waikiki 'yesterday
afternoon, whilo it rained biiskly in
town and heavy out at Palama.
Thkkk was a .spray of water escap
ing f i om a pipe crossing one of the
water courses on Kinau hticet, yes
leiday. Jas. IIiton was brought up in the
Police Court this morning, on a
charge of vagrancy, but was dis
charged. Old patched up pipes leading fiom
the lower Nuuanu lCbcrvoir weio
taken ui to-day andieplaced by new
The National Biewery wagon now
traven-cs tho streets of Honolulu,
delivering handy size kegs x)f beer to
The steamers Kinau, Lohua and
Mokolii will arrive heie Saturday
morning. The Likeliko and Kilauea
llou on Sunday.
S&St. Andrew's Cathedral Association
will meet this evening. A paper on
Catacombs, by tho Itcv. V. 11. Kitcat,
will constitute tho main feature.
Engine Company No. 1 will hold a
special meeting at 7 :30 o'clock this
evening, for tho purpose of arrang
ing for, the annual demonstration.
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Thk Bulletin Susuiauy for trans
mission abroad by tho Zealandia, on
the 15th inat. will bo published on
the previous day ; that is, on Satur
News from Hongkong tells of an
overflow of tho river at llomim and
the loss of many lives; also of tho
burning of 38 houses in a conflagra
tion at Hongkong last month.
The water from upper Nuuanu
rcscrvior was let into the city supply
pipes as an experiment this nioining,
whilo tho lowor reservoir was being
icpaired. The lesult of tho oxpcii
ment was that tho city was supplied
with water almost equal in foico to
that from tho lowor lCbcrvoir.
The Myrtle Boat Club held a meet
ing at tho hall of Pacific Hose Co.
last night. Mr. Cling, Spinney, Col.
V. V. Ashford, Mr. lleihoit, and Mr.
.7. Mobsman weio elected mombeis of
the club. A committee was appointed
to draw up. a now constitution. Tho
committee on enlaiging tho club
liouse ropoitcd progiesb,
By tho steamer Mitiiposii which
is duo hoio next week from San
Francibco, Prof. K. J. Agington,
who was hoio about iv year ago, and
Miss Fannie Gilmoro, tho Champion
Lady Skater of the wot Id, will Iiq
through paiseoiigorH to tho Colonies,
Should tho steamer arrive in piopor
time, these two Stars will givo a
performance at tho Yosemito Skat
. ..I, .
The Hawaiian Chincso Nows df
last Saturday's issuo states that tho
opium liconso expired on Don. 10,
(Tuesday), and that Chung Lung
was granted thieo mouths longer to
dispoM) of tho opium ho has now, for
. a consideration of $7,500, The sumo
paper nlto says that opium 1ms ad-
vancud $1 per pound, it now being
quoted at $2 1,
The Boiuri of Health and the in
mates of the Branch Hospital arc
Uiidnr (ihligiiliotii to cliniilnlilc
individtmls for voluntnvy cuiitiiliu
tinns to thai institution to Mr. C.
.1. Fishel for II dnssen ladies' tiiinined
huts, to Miss Fincklor for fuiil and
dry goods, to Mr. N. S. Kaehs for u
iiuanlily of niadt-uii ulothing, and to
unknown eonliibulois for vaiious
A new dodgo was told to a Ucm.k
tix reporter this noon. A man of
questionable character has been
going about town doing up the Por
tuguese slorca in professional style.
He enters a store, introduces himself
as an agent to supply every house
with its proper number, writes the
numeral in a book, demands a fee ol
20 cents and then goes to n saloon
for two 10-cent beers.
A subscription list is in circula
tion among the members of the LI.
1?. A., to raise funds to purchase
two prizes, to be competed for at
the IT. 1. A. range on March 17th.
The llrst contest for a valuable
medal will bo at 200, -100, ."00 and
000 yards; 10 rounds to each man,
limited to members of the II. It. A.
and one entry to each marksman.
The second contest will be at 200
yards, 10 rounds, for a medal ;
limited to members of the II. It. A.
and one entry.
The Itoyal Hawaiian Band will
give a complimentary concert to the
Captain and oflleera of II. 11. M. S.
Caroline, at the Hawaiian Hotel
this evening, commencing at 7:.'J0
o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: 1'AttT I.
March Kalakaua Delbrnck
Ovcitiire Hungarian Bela
Fantasia Mounr.iins Farewell
IlcmiiiisconceM of Vculi Godfioy
Fantasia Scotch Hoims Gainer
Waltz Maiituita (new) Dclliiiger
Two Delllir Marches, (new; Scliild
God bailie the Queen. Star Spangled
Banner. Hawaii 1'onoi.
ENGINE GO. NO. 2.
At a meeting of this company hold
lasc night, Foreman C. J. McCarthy
presiding, the following committee
was appointed to make arrange
ments for the collation and decora
tions on the old of February: J. C.
McGuire, Henry Smith, E. It. Ryan,
Thos. Mathews, and Frank May.
A communication was received from
the Chief Engineer, directing the
company to take a vote on the pro
posed amendment to Art. 21 of the
Constitution. It was argued that
this was not the proper method of
procedure to amend the Constitu
tion, and on motion action was dc
f cried, and tho Chief Engineer ask
ed to get the decision of the Supremo
Court on this matter.
KNIGHTS OF FYTHIAS.
At the meeting of Oahu Lodge
No. 1 K. of P. held last night, the
following oflicers were installed
David Dayton, D. S. C.
F. Godfrey, C. C.
C. W. Hart, V. C.
S. C. Dwight, Prelate.
II. Smith, M. of E.
J. II. Brims, M. of F.
J. C. White, K. of It. and S.
James Collins, M. at A.
After the installation the retiring
C. C, John D. Dolt, Jr., was pre
sented with a charm cmblamatic of
the order, as a token ol regard and
esteem from the lodge.
FRED L. HANKS.
Mr. Fred. L. Hanks" died in St.
Vincent Hospital, New York, on
December 23d, 1887, aged CO years.
F. W. Hanks was a brother of tho
Mr. Hanks, formerly with Geo. W.
Mncfailauc & Co. and the agent of
Wells, Fargo's Express Company.
Mr. Hanks came to this country in
1815, and accepted a position as
clerk to the American Consul, sub
sequently in tho years '51 '55 '50
and '57, he was in the employ ol
Capt. Thomas Spencer, ship chand
ler. In 1851) ho left the Islands for
New York, where ho resided up to
tho time of his death. Tho deceased
was widely known and highly res
pected in tho community for his
many sterling qualities, and his
death will bo mourned by his many
old time friends. The funeral was
conducted by Lafayette Lodge F. &
A. M,, of which he was a member.
A DAISY CALENDAR.
Among the many beautiful calen
dars brought to our notice, the one
issued by the Mutual Life Insurance
Co., of California, certainly bears
tho palm. It is of the most exqui
site design, engraved on copper
plate, with appropriate scenes, re
presenting each month, and the
changes of the seasons, with an ap
propriate verse. Tho leaves are of
heavy paper, scalloped edges,
smooth center with a wild winter
hcoiio for January April has a
view of birds on tlio bough of a tree
making sweet music August has a
luscious bunch of grapes, whilo
September bhows a pair of lovers
gathering pond lilies, a memory dear
to all New Englanders, concluding
with a view of the bleak Now Eng
land Coast, lashed by mi Atlantic
gale, and in tho lorogrounil tho iu-
side of a country house with the
open llro place, on the mantel piece
of which :uo the stockings, short
and long, hung in anticipation of
the advent of- "good Old Santa
Clans." Mr. Laine, the agent of
this popular company, regrets hav
ing only seemed a sample copy,
and hopes to have a supply soon.
This calendar is indeed "a daisy."
ELECTfilQ LIGHT AT THE HAWAIIAN
The grounds and main building of
the Hawaiian Hotel will be illumin
ated at 7 :i!0 o'clock to-night, with
the Incandescent Electric Light,
during the baud concert, to be given
to Sir William Wiseman and Jibe
Oflicers of II. 11. M.'s Ship " Caro
line," by order of Iliu Excellency
Governor Dominis. The illumina
tion of the grounds will lake place
suddenly, or simultaneously with
the commencement of the band play
ing, the turning on of the light be
ing regulated by a switch which
controls the currents of electricity.
The public and all interested in
electric lighting are cordially invited
by the Hotel management and the
Agent of the Electric Light Co. to
SHOOTING AT A DOG.
A laughable dog shooting contest
took place in the Police Court this
morning. A white and brown col
ored setter dog that had been con
demned to death for biting some
body was tied to two heavy dumb
bells.. An ollicor with a levolvcr,
stepped up close to the animal and
taking aim, lircd. The ball missed
the dog, and severed the rope with
which the dog was tied. A police
man then took the pistol, advanced
within four feet of the crouching
canine, fired three shol9 and scored
tlnee misses. Now came a third
who raised the revolver, took a long
aim, pulled the trigger and missed
Cue. A fourth person appeared in
the arena, followed by a score of
Police Court people, who in turns
patted the dog. The Marshal said
he would keep the animal, for it had
dodged four bullets and was deserv
ing of life.
SUPREME COURT JANUARY TERM.
liEronn .irnn, c. .i.
Tiiuusday, Jan. 12lh.
The Couit opened specially early
.i10:!)7a. m., to hear motion to
reinstate appeal of Kahalcwai (w),
in re, estate of Mauae.
Hawaiian jurors in attendance.
In re estate of Mauae of Hono
lulu, Oahu, deceased. Motion of
Kahalcwai (w), to reinstate her ap
peal dismissed on the 5th inst., said
appeal being from a decision of Mr.
Justice McCully, on Oct. 27, 1880.
admitting tho will of deceased to
probate. After argument matter is
taken under advisement. A. C.
Smith for appellant; W. L. IIolo
kahiki for proponent.
15. Kahoopai vs. Samuel W. Kaai.
Trial befoie a Hawaiian jury.. Con
tinued from yesterday. W. A.
Kinney for plaintiff ; Paul Neumann
and A. Rosa lor defendant.
Wi:ini:siay, Jan. 11th.
Three drunks, SO each.
Thomas, W. Turn, J. Cram 111 and
K. Hook, disturbing quiet of tho
night, the first two iforfeited $10
bail each ; and Hook was lined $2.
Pacific Hardware Co. vs. Kwong
Yin Sing, assumpsit for $27.25 ;
1'aciliu Hardware Co. vs. P.
Jones, assumpsit for $12.40; con
tinued to llilli.
F. IJolteho vs. A. Morgan, reple
vin of a Kaa; judgment for defend
ant. V. V. Ashford, receiver for Quong
Man Yuen & Co. vs. Ho Naing and
W. 1. Castle, garnishee; assumpsit
for $73.17; discontinued.
Yin Yan vs. Ho Man and W. Ii.
Castle, garnishee ; assumpsit for
$118.21 ; discontinued.
Kmmcluth vs. K. II. Harrison,
from -I th ; continued till moved on.
Wilder & Co. vs. Noa Kaaa, and
Wilder 8.S. Co. garnishor; assump
sit for $l!)fi. 00; continued to Feb.
1st, unless sooner moved on.
Allen it liobinson vs. A. P.
laukoa, assumpsit for $18. DO;
tinned to Feb. 1st.
Geo. Greenzniug & Co. vs.
Kim, assumpsit lor $121. SO;
tied out of court.
Jjovcjoy & uo vs. ph. Uigo, as
sumpsit for $17.75; settled out of
Lowers & Cooko vs. II. Torbert
for $51.7(1; continued to 18th.
M. Goldberg vs. J. W. Kalua, for
$57.50; continued to lJllh.
J. McLean vs. Thomas. Carpen
ter, K, 11. Thomas, garnishee ; as
sumpsit for $10; continued to 25th.
Ah Ilui vs, Ah Kcit for $-10.50 5
settled out of court.
riLEAN RAGS and scoml hand
J (-.lotliiiit; will bu tiiatufully tecelv.
od for the usu of ilui liiinati of the
lliaueh Hospital for Lqtenat ICuknako,
or attjio I.ojior fi ttlnu'iil on Molol.ai,
if left w lih .r. T. Wntcrhoiuo, jr.. at tliu
Quceu HtKOt Hloro. lOcf tf
Mr. It. 11. Hitchcock has left on
our table a new book with the above
title, of which he is the author. The
book contains about 1G,000 words,
between three and four thousand
phrases illustrative of English and
Hawaiian, and over tlnec thousand
synonyms: this latter peculiarity is
found in no other work. For exam
ple, the word "make," is defined as
"E liana, c kukulu," which is the
general definition ; then follow 17
synonyms, in which tho word has a
slightly different significance in each
case. It also contains a table of
abbreviations, a table of cluislian
names, a chronological table, and a
table of common phrases from the
Greek, Latin and modern languages,
with the Hawaiian version of the
same. The book is a valuable assist
ant to the Hawaiian pupil in acquir
ing a knowledge of English, and
vice versa. Its typography, and
general arrangement leaves nothing
wanting to make it a first class, and
a thoroughly reliable woik for gen-,
oral reference, and is a valuable
acquisition to the literature of the
country. Tho book is for sale at the
ollice of the Board of Education,
and at A. M. Ilewelt's, Merchant
1YJL li.wo itii reciiu'il e Australia
another lot of -liat "PHILADELPHIA
LAUEU IJKKK" in ken-, which they
aiu oireringlotlvoir customers. I!3 tw
pORSETS, FOR YOUNG AND
J lor old, fur fctoutaml for lean, for
tall and for short, t.i S:irli' tore.
NEW FLOUNCE EMBROID
crk'3, new bummer Lawi-s m"'
Combination Mills, just opened at Siehs'
stori', 101, Fort St reel.
BARGAINS IN TORCHON
Laces, 10&0 yards ol Linen Lure,
i-1'ghtly soiled, nt a sicnllco al Suehs'
stoii) 10 1 Forst street.
Leave Honolulu tor Ssn Francisco
. January 15
. . .January 17
. Fobruaiv U
....Mai oil 11
.. .Apiil S
. . Juno 5
... July 1
. . . August 20
. . August 2S
. . . October 21
. . ..Tuuuary Kf
Zculandia . . .
Mrs. A. M. Mollis
Having removed her Dressmaking
o- 117 Emma St.,
Will bo pleased to see her friends and
patrons there Horn and after Jauuaiy
Mutual TolcpliEno 434 ; Boll 410.
MESS1IS .T E. UHOWN & OO. ore
iiuihorl.ed to collect accounts due
to mo, and their icecipt will ho a sulll
A. M. 1IEWK1T.
Honolulu, Jap, !!, 18-Jf. 20 lm
T U S T 11 E O 13 I V E D
Per Matipos'i, from Now Zealand,
AND MOW ON EXHIBITION !
A Choice Collection of
PTJBJfl J 5 K 13 O
Bulls and Heifers,
Thodo animals can lie seen at any
tlino in a paddock no.ir lho Catholic
Cemetery, and aru otlcrc'l at reas-on.
11 bio rates by
'J1 2w W. G. IRWIN & CO.
WING WO TAI & CO.
!il Xuuiinii Street,
llavo jiirI received evsiinr ''Alameda,''
11 ulioice lot of
Embroidered Silk Table Covers,
" Pillow Cases,
' " Handkerchiefs,
Silk Saslics, Sandal Wood Fans, be, &c.
A ho a laijio lino of
C iua Hatting, China & Japan Tea,
Camphor Trunks, Italian Chain,
JnpancM) Srreens, Provisions, t!co.
GEEAT CLEAfilfG SALE.
Goods Reduced in every department-
T bug to slate thut it is impossible to announce 11 price list of every article in my store,
but my entire stock of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Boy's Clothing, Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes,
House Furnishing Goods, Etc., Etc., Etc.,
lias been reduced, and the greatest inducements are offered.
Remember, it will pay you to visit the Temple of Fashion during this Great Sale,
Children's Cashmere-Vests, short sleeves, extra quality, reduced from 75c to 25c.
Ladies', Misses', and Children's Vests, in Balbrigan, Merino, Gauze, and till wool full lines,
Children's Sun "Bonnets, from 50c to 5c. ; better qualities reduced 25 per cent.
Children's Lace Caps, reduced from 50c to 15c.
A splendid and large assortment of children's lacowips, sold at cost, ' ' '
Ladies' white wrappers, reduced from 2.50 to $1.75.
Ladies' calico wrappers, only 75c.
Special attention is called to my stock of Infant's and Children's White wear, every article
in that line sold at cost price.
Misses' and Children's white dresses, only 50c.
Immense Bargains in Ladies' White Underwear.
Great Reduction im Embroideries, from 5c a yard up.
" " in every description of Laces.
" " in Lisle thread, Silk and Jersey Gloves and
Ecrue Window curtains, reduced to 1.75 pair.
Corsets Reduced one half of former price.
Great .Reduction in Hosiery,
Linen Figured Lawn to close out at reduced prices, (5 yards for 1 .
DO NOT BUY YOUE DUESS GOODS UNTIL YOTJ LEARN OUR PRICES.
Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes Avill be sold at cost to close out.
During my Clearing Sale goods will be sold for Cash Only.
20 Ln SS. 3SXXe,XJOJB, 63 -Sc 65 XPox-t St.
Di:c. 2,'i. No. 23.
60 Columns of Original Mailer.
Is now issued and will be found to
be an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing 00 columns of
reading matter on local topic3, and
a complete lcsuinc of Honolulu and
island news. There is no better paper
published in tho Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription $2.50
per annum, including postago to
foreign countries. To be had from
J. II. Sopcr, Merchant street,
A. M. Ilewett, Merchant street,
and 13i;i.m:tix Ollice.
fTUlK undcrsipned have, by Deed of
X Trust, dated Nov. 21st, 1857, Leon
appointed Trustees of Ills Majesty's
S. 31. DAMON,
J. O. CAKTBU,
C. P. IALTCEA.
Honolulu, Nov. !I0. 1837. Oi lm
A Lb piillm having claims ngainst
Ills MnJmty'H EMatu aio requested
10 hiiMs thill' iiicoiuiU made out in do
tail, siirii to as to cm redness, and pro.
bent them to Col. O. P. Inukcn, nt the
iitileunf II. M'a Chamberlain. Honolulu.
within thieo months from date of this
8. M. DAMON,
J. O. OAUTBIl,
O. P. 1AUICKA.
Trii'We ut His Majesty's Kstilo.
Honolulu, Nov. ai, 1837. 0 i 3m
rpnrJcopajtiicrslilp hrrctofoio cxUll
X lujj between the undrrniciK-d un
der the linn name and stylo of 31, Phil,
lips ACo., has been lids day dlbF0led by
mutual consent. A, Loewonhcig U'lirliig
Tho lmnncs will bo continued ns
heretofore uuder tho same firm namu
bv 31, Phillips & 31. (ireen who assume
all Hnbllit'o3aml colleul all outstanding
accounts of faldnMu.jmLui,Si
Dec. tint iS37 23Jt
FOR SALE !
ONE LAWIK LOT. corner Peiifarolu
nml Lunalilo Sts., which can ho
divided into two or more building Jote.
Kmjulrc of O. WKST,
r,r, 1 O f W et , Pow fc Co
JL advertise it iu the Daily Uum.ktin
PSTFGR 30 DAY!
in Linen, Cambric and Silk Handkerchiefs,
in "Window Curtains, prices reduced one half,
in Undressed and Dressed Kid Gloves.
Ladies', Gent's, Misses' and children's. '
in Ladies Jerseys, reduced one halt.
in Ladies' Parasols.
in Blankets, Misses' and Children's Straw
in Flowers, Feathers and Tips.
in Dress Goods, Hand Satchels, ifcc.
Fresh Candy Made Every Day.
Bon-Iions, Fancy Boxes,
jSovcltios, &c, for the Holiday
and are carefully packed for shipment to the other Islands. Customers aro
walled 011 piomptly and courteously at
ICTOW XGEJIST &; 03ROIY,
Fresh Pop-Corn Hulls and String Pop-Corn Every Day.
Hotel Street, next
b f. EHLEES & GO,
k Fine Line of Holiday Boods
ust Received at
A largo assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
EASTMAJN ' S ALOHA, ITOYT' S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
HT'oi Ssrlo nt 3R.enoainlle Prices.
1592 .WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Hats. . .
to C. E. Willinms'. Sw
Hollister & Go.'s
v v J'1
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