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MONDAY, FEB. C, 1888.
Uk Lady L-nmnsou from San Fiauelsco
l'ob 5 r ,
Stiur Mikahala from kintal
Stnir Lcluia from llamakua
Sohr Kaalokal from Kauai
Stmr Kiunu fiom Hawaii and Maul
lichr Manuokawal from Koolan
Bctnc Uonsuolo fiom San Francisco
Stmr Wnlalcalc from Kaiini
Stmr Lehua for llamakua at 5 p m
Stmr Llkcllkc for ICaUulul and liana at
5 p in
Stmr Surprise for Hawaii
Stmr Jas Makcc for Uapaa at 5 p m
Stmr .1 A Cummins for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Iwalanl for Labalua and llamakua
at 8 a m
Stmr Kluau for Hilo and way ports at
1 p m
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Fiom Kauai, per Mikahala, Feb. 5
F XV Glade, XV 0 Parke, W Steeinann
and wife, Jli'ss Johanna Knokc, Joseph
Schartb, Ben Gucnerro, A S Wilcox,
Ir Walters, L XV Toirls, Quon Sam
Kec, J Berlowitz, J X S Williams and
From Ilawail and Maui, Kinau, Feb G
Uou lVm G Irwin, Sir Win Wiseman, G
Bonny, E O Blart, Mr Bryan and wife,
Mr Throssell, Master Throsscll, Mrs J'
Smith and 3 children, Mrs E Lycan and
2 children, F P Hastings and wife, S
Both, A T Atkinson, KB Hinds, Uihop
Willis, M Lovell, A M Hewett, W O
Wilder jr.. L Cabot. Miss M llaindcu,
C L Wight and 58 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kinau 3840 bgs sugar, 105 hides,
8 bnchs goat skins, and 110 pkgs
Stmr Mikahala 2817 bgs sugar, 27 head
cattle and 22 hides.
Stmr Waialeale 3000 bags sugar and
GO bags rice.
The Dora Bluhm arrived at Ililo last
Thursday, 22 days fiom San Francisco.
The baik Lady Lampson, in charge
of the chief ollicer, Captain Bust being
ill at San Francisco, arrived Saturday
afternoon, 22 days from Sau Francisco,
She had southwesterly winds all the
way. The last three days heavy south
westerly gales were received. Was in
company with the brig Consuelo off the
islands for two days, The Lampson
entered the haibor passage Saturday
afternoon without a pilot. The pilot
went out. but could not go beyond the
Spar buoy on account of the high seas.
He directed the bark by motion of the
hand and boarded her when she came
The bark Lady Lampson will be dis
patched for San Francisco on Thursday
Nine thousand bags of sugar belong
ing to Schaefcr & Co.. and Castle &
Cooke, are in the P, X. Co.'s warehouse
ready for shipment.
The schooner Canute was towed to
sealast Satuiday, but was compelled to
put back on account of the weather.
She sailed again this morning.
The Kilauea Hou is at Mahukona
taking in sugar. She will arrive hero
The foresail of the steamer Waialcale
was carried away during a squall Satur
Most of the island schooners will take
advantage of the break in the storm and
will hasten for sugar to their respective
VESSELS IN PORT.
H M S Caroline, Sir W Wiseman
U S S Vandalla, Bear Admiral Kimberly
Bk Calbarlen, Perkins
Bk Mln, McCrone
Am tern G O Perkins, Nordberg,
Bktno Amelia, Nowhall
Bgntuo Consuelo, Cousins
Bk Lady Lampson, Londergrcu
VESSELS EXPECTED FROM FOREIGN
H Nelths M's Zilvercn Kiuls, Jocke,
from S America due Mar 1-20
UBS Marion, from South America,
duo Jan 10-31
Am bark Will W Case, llobcrtson,
' from San Francisco, due at Kahului,
Am S S Alameda, H G Morse, from
the Colonies, en route to San Francisco,
duu Feb 12
II IJ M S Thiikuba, from Tahiti, due
Ger bark Doutchland, from Biemen,
sailed October 28th, due Feb 1-20
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson,
from Boston, due Mar 1
Am ship Mybtic Hclle, Cooke, from
New York, duo March 1-20
Brit bk St Thomas Bell, sailed from
Cardiff, October 22d, due March 1-20
Brit bk Nntuna, sailed from Liver
pool, Nov 20th, due Mar B-31
Am bk Saranao, from Sau Francisco,
duo Jan 1-10.
Am bk Lady Harewood, from Hong
kong, duo Dee 5-25
Ger bkll Piltzenlerg, from Honkong,
duo Deo 10-15
Am bktno Eureka, Meyers, fiom San
Francisco, duo Jan 1-10
Am tern B-oia Bluhm, from Sau Fran
cisco, duo at Hllo, Jan 23-31
Am hark O O Whltmore, from Port
Townsend, duo Jan 20-31.
USS Adams from Samoa, duo Feb
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Hongkong, due Jan 2U-31.
Am bktnc Huttlo S Bangs, Bangs,
from Hongkong, due Feb 1-5.
Am ship Anna from Sau Francisco,
duu at Kahului, Maul, Jau 2S-31.
Haw S S Australia, JI O Ilotidlctte,
from San Francisco, duo Feb 7.
In Koloa, Kauai, ou January 31, 1887,
to the wife of F. J. Turner, a ton.
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
4U columns. a per tanum.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Lovely wcathor is reported at
Mu. W. S. Luce has a new and
olnborntoly finished delivery wagon.
Till: 3. S. Australia will bo duo
hero to-morrow, at noou, from 8au
TunsEit Bcckley says lie never be
foro saw so much dust at ililo as ho
Eaw last week.
An important notice to tfio Ladies
from the Tcmplo of Fashion appears
in to-day'a issue.
Ten persons went to the Volcano
last week, und favorable reports havo
been heard from them.
A man named Harry knocked out
another fellow named' Charlio in a
light at Waikiki last night'
A nnoKEN roller belonging to Paia
mill ciimo by tho Likclike on Satur
day moining, to be repaired at tho
Tin: standing committee of the
Central Union Church meets to
night at tho house of Hov. E. G.
Two of the whaler Josephine's
crow who have bccnatthequaiantinc
ground with smallpox, wcro dis
charged this morning.
All the flags of tho Island vessels
were at half-mast to-day, out of res
pect to the memory of the lato Cap
tain L. Marchaut.
The Watson party did not join the
Kinau Volcano party at Maalaea Bay
as was anticipated, but returned to
Honolulu by tho Likcliku on Satur
. . .. .
' A chinaman was run into by a
Portuguese boy on horsoback on
Punchbowl street, yosterday, and in
jured so badly that he had to go to
The brig Consuelo was reported to
be under the lee of Molokai, await
ing a moderation in the storm, on
Saturday. If tho report bo true, she
may be looked for to-day.
Mu. Otremba has carved Mr. John
A. Cummins private coat-of-arms for
the stern of the steamer Waimanalo,
and is now making a scroll for the
bow of tho bark Min.
The schooner Anna has been
standing ofT and on Kahului since
last Thursday evening, waiting for
the weather to moderate and permit
her to enter the port.
Mr. W. C. Parke announces that he
has been appointed assignee of tho
estate of G. On Chung, bankrupt, and
requests all debtors to the oitate to
make immediate payment
Mr. C.H. Judd has some fine bred
stock for sale, raised from imported
stock on Kualoa Ranch. Among
the stock, aro 10 stallions, several
bulls, 100 head of Heifers, and 10
A. F. Medeiros & Co., Merchant
TailorB, have removed from Gon
salves it Co's store, to the corner of
Hotel aud Union streets where they
will be pleased to receivo tljeir
A draft No. 188 drawn by C. C.
Kennedy on T. H. Davies fc Co. in
favor of M. Lovoll ha been lost
or stolen. Persons are cautioned
against negotiating tho same as pay
ment has been stoopod.
The steamer Mikahala brings news
of Mr. Tlieo. Severin's photographic
houso, (a portable wooden concern),
being picked up by n gale of wind at
Lihuo last week, carried up into the
mountains, and demolished.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a concert this evening at 7:30
o'clock at Erama Square. Following
is the programme:
March The Prince . . .Zamara
Overture Occcaslonel Bath
Finale Stravella Flotow
Kcmlnlscenccs of Donizetti. . . .Godfrey
Selection Jerusalem Verdi
Waltz Doctrlns Strauss
March Kaa Wal Berber
BLUE RIBBON ENTERTAINMENT.
Tho entertainment given by the
Blue Ribbon League last Saturday
evening, was well attended, and the
programmo, as advertised by the
Entertainment Committe, was ex
ceedingly well rendered. Tho ad
dress by Mr. J. B. Atherton was of
a thoroughly practical nature, and
enjoyed by all. The meeting was
closed with a few remarks from tho
Rev. II. II. Gowen in regard to per
THANKS FOR HOSPITALITY.
The sevon passengers by the
Kinau, who landed from that vessel
near Koko Head yesterday, brought
up at Mr. Chas. Lucas' house at
Niu, after a three or four miles'
walk, and they wish to convey their
thanks for the very hospitable re
ception lie gave them. Hot coffee,
baked plover and beer aro not bad
to take at any tunc, but; the experi
ence of u shipwreck adds greater
zest lo such a Banquet,
Decision of Supreme
Tho King's Veto Sustained !
Tho Vetoed Bill Unconstitutional !
In the Supreme Cotirt to-day be
fore the full bench, the decision in
tho case of T. W. Everett vb. Iloa
pili Baker was given in favor of the
defendant, thereby sustaining the
Tho Chief Justice read tho opin
ion arrived at by himself and Asso
ciate Justicas McCully, Preston and
Bickerton, declaring the law passed
by the last session of the Legislature,
and under which the suit was
brought, to be invalid, because un
constitutional. Associate Justice
Dole read an adverse opinion.
The decision was read at too late
an hour and tho documents are too
lengthy to admit of publication in
A. T. Atkinson, Esq., Inspector
General of Schools, has returned to
Honolulu from a tour of school in
spection on the Island of Hawaii.
Mr. Atkinson has been absent about
a month, during which time he has
visited and examined 30 schools,
and held two teachers' examinations.
The first examination of teachers
was at Honokaa, for the teachers of
the llamakua district ; and the other
at Ainakea school, for the teachers
of Kohala. The Inspector lias cov
ered considerable country in liis
tour of inspection, and made good
use of his time. He will probably
yisit the Island of Kauni next.
TKE ANGLICAN CHURCH
The "Anglican Church Chronicle"
for February is out. Tho present
number is quite up to the standard
of its predecessors. It contains a
number of aiticlcs relative to the
church in various parts of tho world,
an editorial article on the all absorb
ing topic of "How t reach our
young men," and an article on edu
cation from the able pen of Henry
S. Townsend. "Our philgrimage,"
is continued and is ery interesting,
especially to those acquainted with
the part of the country so graphic
ally described. An editorial on the
pernicious "credit system" in Hono
lulu should bo read by every one,
aud the evils there portrayed
cautiously avoided by concerted
action on the part of our tradesmen.
FUNERAL OBSEQUIES OF THE
LATE S. HARRISON.
There was a large gathering of
friends and acquaintances at the
residence of Mr. John Nott, on King
street yesterday, to pay the last sad
tribute of respect to the late Samuel
Harrison, who departed this life on
Friday, the 3rd inst. The Anglican
Church burial service was read by
the Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, after
which tho funeral procession formed
and inarched to the grave in Nuuanu
Cemetery, in the following order:
Mr. H. H. Williams, Undertaker.
Royal Hawaiian Band.
Survey Engineer White, and Fire
No. 5, Chinese Fire Company.
No. 4, Hawaiian Fire Company.
No. 2, Fire Company.
Hook and Ladder.
No. 1, Fire Company.
Pacific Hose Company.
Hawaiian Lodge of Masons in car
riage. The Hearse with 8 pall bearers from
tho, Pacific Hose Co. of which
company the deceased was
a member. "
Mourners and friends in Carriages,
3G in all.
The procession marched down
King street to Nunanu, thence up
that avenue to the cemetery. "When
in sight from the bell tower, the bell
commenced tolling, and continued
until the arrival at the cemetery. At
tho grave tho commitment service
was read by tho Rev. Alex. Mackin
tosh. After which the Masonic
ceremony was performed by the
Hawaiian Lodge F. and A. M.
DEATH OF CAPTAIN MARCHANT.
Captain L. Marchant departed
from this life this morning after an
illness of several months.
Tho Capt. was born at Nantucket,
Mass., some G8 years ago. He came
to these islands in a lumber vessel
during tho latter part of the fifties.
In tho year 1851) or 'CO ho took com
mand of the Kona packet, the
schooner Kckauluohi, belonging to
the father of John and Marcus Col
burn. Later ho ran tho schooner
Mary Helen, and aftcnvardB took
tho bark Catherine, owned here, to
the Pacific Coast, Ho was for
somctimo master of the old Kilauea.
Later ho went to San Fraucisco und
brought down tho steamer Likejikc,
and continued in command of her
for some time. Ho then ran the
Moi trading with her between Ka-
huliil nnd this port, until taking,
charge of tho Kilauea llou. After
given up tho command of the Kilauea
llou, ho went into the cigar nnd
tobacco business, nnd carried on
the same until the time of It is death.
The Captain was rather eccentric.
He loved to growl at everybody, for
the sake of fun, but never meaning
harm. He was well liked here, es
pecially by tho old seamen, who
often gathered at his cigar store to
talk of early boating days.
Several months ago tho Captain
was taken ill. Ho went to the
Queen's Hospital where ho remain
ed until ho was nearly well. Having
left the Hospital he went to his
place of residence on Merchant
street, where ho was again taken ill
and died shortly after 1) o'clock this
It is not known if the late Cap
tain has left any blood relations.
Master Henry Grubc was adopted
by the Captain, and is now study
ing at Boston.
Tho remains of the late Captain
L. Marchant were buried this after
noon under the auspices of the Ha
waiian Lodge F. & A. M., of which
he was a member.
The steamer Kinau has had a
rather rough trip. Tho passengers
from Mahukona, Hawaii, wore un
able to board at that placo, and had
to ride to Niulii, where they joined
the steamer. After starting from
there she struck a gale which lasted
all night. The weather was so rough
that no landing could be safely at
tempted at either of the Muui ports.
The atmosphere was very thick on
sighting Oahu yesterday morning.
Koko Head was reached about 9 a.
m. and after running a little past it,
the Captain decided that it was not
safe to attempt crossing the bar at
Honolulu, and therefore returned to
the shelter of Koko Head. Some of
the passengerg being anxious to get
to Honolulu, a boat was lowered
with the view of landing them. Sir
William AViscinan, Mr. W. G. Irwin,
Mr. Chan. Wilder, Mr. Cabot, Mr.
Ilcwett, Mr. Roth, Mr. Atkinson,
and purser Beckley boarded her.
The steamer was about a quarter of
a mile from land. This short dis
tance took about an hour's rowing.
So difllcult was the pulling that the
boat's crew was unable to make
headway until some of the passen
gers double-banked the oars,Messrs.
Wilder, Ilcwett, Irwin, Beckley, and
Atkinson taking hold with a will. At
the place of landing the shoie was
vory steep, but was ultimately
scaled, and after a walk of ' three
miles tho company reached the
country residence of Mr. Charles
Lucas. This gentleman received
them with a hearty welcome, and
treated them with genuine hospital
ity, not only abundantly providing
them with refreshments, but assist
ing to procure horses for their con
veyance to the city. Messrs. Roth,
Wilder, and Atkinson formed the
first squad, aud reached the city
about 2 p. ji. Mr. Hewett walked
all the way to town. Sir William
Wiseman and Mr. Irwin rode to
Diamond Head, and there telephoned
for carriages and thence drovo home.
Captain Ross was very helpful to
some of the gentlemen in procuring
The last of Dr. Kittrcdge's house
hold goods were sold last Saturda'
and possession of his house has
been formally taken. The Doc
tor has become a resident of Santa
Barbara, California, where many
Ililo friends wish him all pros
perity. Sheriff Hitchcock starts on a trip
around the island -this week. He
wishes to know just how police mat
ters stand in the various districts of
the island, with n view to making
the necessary changes. Ho has al
ready made Mr. J. P. Sisson his
clerk, and Capt. Elderts his Deputy
for Puna. Ho hopes to be able -to
make other changes in the interests
of honesty and the efllciency of the
force. One liquor case )u3 been
up in Police Court this week. We
want a goodly number of them;
and if tho laws are not better en
forced hero the police will have to
bear tho blame for it. Police Jus
tico Hapai is a man whom the peo
ple here trust pretty fully. It is
tho general opinion that he will not
in any way "stand in" with violat
ors of the law. Sheriff Hitchcock
cautions us against expecting a new
Rome to bo built hi a day ; and wo
will bo conteut with seeing progress.
But wo expect to bee progress, and
Mr. Hitchcock's known energy is
Dry weather continues, and diiBt
ou the streets increases in thickness.
Cloudy daj'8 and light showers havo
been of frpquent occurrence ; but
the dry spell is not hrokeu.
Tho Dora Bluhm is not yet sight
ed at tho time of writing. If she
has no smallpox ou bonrd, she has
succeeded in avoiding tho necessity
of n quarantine at Hilo.
Ililo, February 2d, 1888.
SUPREME COURT SPECIAL TERM.
Monday, Feb. 0.
The Court opened at 10 ;03 a, u.
Foreign jurors m attendance.
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
With tho I'lncnt TMnplny ol ooiIh
ever nil own In thin Kingdom.
At 11.11) a. m. look a recess until
1 i m. At 12.02 i'. sr. Uio Full
Bench presiding, 6 Justices, .Judd,
C. J. read decision in tho matter of
Thos. W. Everett vs. Robert Hoa
pili Baker; Peremptory Writ of
Mandamus. Argued and submitted
ou 2nd inst.
Written decision in favor of de
fendant, Dissenting decision is
read by Justice Dole.
Attorney-General C. W. Ashford
for the crown ; A. Rosa and F. M.
Hatch for defendant.
The King vs. Hawkins aud Silva;
conspiracy. Indicted at October
Being tried before a foreign jury.
May take two or three days.
Attorney-General C. W. Ashford
and F. M. Hatch for the crown ; W.
A. Kinney for defendants.
Monday, Feb. Gth.
T. n. Harrison was called up in
the Police Court this morning to
answer a charge of keeping a dis
orderly house; but by request of
the attorneys for defendant, Messrs.
Magobn and Kinney, the case was
put off until the Sth inst.
O. Rchusslcr forfeited $10 bail on
a charge of assault and battery on
Several drunks paid the usual
penalty, and several cases were fur
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Kcar of Lucas' Mill.
FINEST BRANDS OF CALI
forma I'oit, Mudciia and Malaga,
for sale in kepi and cases by
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
Jait. 11. No. 29.
60 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now issued and will be found to
bo an interesting aud comprehensive
number, containing GO columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete resumo of Honolulu aud
island news. There is no better paper
published in the Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription S2.50
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To be had from
J. II. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M. Hewett, Merchant street,
and Bulletin Oflice.
IH aTuunnu Street,
Have just received ex slmr "Alameda,"
a choice lot of
Embroidered Silk Tabic Covers,
" " Pillow Cases,
" " Shawls,
" " Handkerchiefs,
Silk Sashes,. Sandal Wood l"ans, &c, &c.
Alooa laii;c lino of
China Mattiiijj, China & Japan Tea,
Camphor Trunks, Italian Clialra,
Japanese Screens, Provisions, &c.
Mrs. A. M. MeUis
Having removed her Dressmaking
17 Emma St.,
Will be pleased to see her friends and
patrons there from and after January
Mutual Telephcno 484 ; Bell 410.
Steam Works. Hunnv South
Tele, Belll721'aiutual 245
Depot. Merchant btreet.
Tele, Well 172, Mutual SOO.
Tahiti LemoiMG Worts.
Tho undersigned having purchased
Iho business of the Tahiti Lemonade
Woiks, the depot has been removed to
No. 23 Merchant Street.
All orders for Atratcd Waters manu
fucturcd ut the above establishment will
receivo prompt attention.
J. K. IiROWN i. Co.
P. O. ox 469. 182D
Lute Furrier to II. It. II. 1'rince of
Wales' 12th Royal Lancers.
FORT STREET, OPPOSITE HOPPERS.
Horses and Cattle Treated for
ItcHitlcm-e: 31 Alukoii Street,
X. O, JiOX lf)8. 20U
Hell Telephone gFde8', 858.
TAHITI LEMONADE WORKS.
HIGH CLASS AERATED WATERS.
Lemon Soda and Olngi'i' Alo uf till lu.
forlor quality, In rmuFl lottlcs, rs re.
tuilcd by Chlnnmau st Fivo cents a hot.
tic, are not slid will not Lu made at this
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
LINEN CARRIAGE ROBES
TO CLOSE OUT THE STOCK IN THAT DEPARTMENT.
Remember the above mentioned articles will be sold
at snob prices
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Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leased and rented, nnd rents collected.
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Custom-Houso Business transatted with accuracy and dispatch.
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IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERSIN GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
FIIKSII GOODS from California on ICE, by each steamer of the O. S. B. Co.
a comi'm:te i.i.sr. of -
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JCST KKCKIVED EX "ZEAIANDIA."
A FINE LOT OF "NEW ZEALAND," "KIDNEY" AND "BLUE DERWENT" POTATOES.
A Very Choice Lot of N. Z. ' Taranaki Butter,"
All of which we oiler to Iho Public at 11EASONABLE PRICES.
Fresh New Zealand Butter, ON ICE, In 1 Pouud Pats I
By each arrival from New Zealand SOMETIIINO FINE.
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A largo assortment of
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Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUISTPBOIIGS,
LTJBIN'S, ATKINSON'S, '
ID ASTM AN ' S ALOIIA, HOY T' S COLOGNE
FAltLNA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
For a ilo ist Iea,soii"lle Ejrioe
15D2 WHOLESALE TAND RETAIL;
$5.00 REDUCED TO $2.50.
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Opposite Irwin & Co.
XltrwJiiiiin. 13uwiues -A.gren.cy.
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