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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack stand : Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 935.
'j' 1 1 xa
WEDNESDAY. JAN. I), 1889.
O llnllfiotn Hawaii anil Maui
Stuir Kaala from Wulnlua and Wnlanae
Sehr Waluinlu fiom Maul
Stmr 0 It Bishop from Koolau
Slinr Mlkahnla for Kauai at r, p in
f (nu- Widalealc for Kauai at 0 p m
Sehr YVuleliu for Kauai
Stmr .) A Cummins for Koolau
15k Lady Lampsuu for San Francisco
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Ilall-a.H'Jj hag tiar, 171 hags eoffeu,
14R hags awa, 10 lilile, 2:10 goat
skins, l'J head eattle, 1 lioro ami 70
I'rom Maul and ll.uv ill per stinr AV
0 Hall, Jau a from Volcano: Mrs
Brown, Limits Green, Aslic and Oliver,
Miss White, Mrs Moore, and J Me
Henilry. From way poit: .) 11 S Mar
tin, lit Martin. 1 n Xalilnu. IJev S II
Davis Mr A Uhnk anil eliild, J 11 Wai
pullaul, .1 Okuu. J Todd, v r K II link
er, l'rcd IIalu . Uol S Noni, I) SpeeU
niau and wife. Mis Jldie, C Benla
miiia. 11 Spcekman, A Akaua. AVong
Chan, II A lleen, K Kekumauo, 0 Kiiiu
wa, Mis A K Sh.iw, MKs .Mary Bald
win, Mr Wc-t and liO deek.
For Maui per stnir Llkclil.c, Jan S It
W Meyer, Dr uivln, I apt J K Lee 15.il
lister and wife, and .several others.
JOXKS t Laliaina, Maui, Dee. :sist,
John It. Jones -on of J. 15. and M
S Jone, of that place, aged 10
years, S months anil 18 days.
At a meeting of Company B held
last evening tho following ollicers
were elected for the ensuing year:
Captain, J. II. Fislicr; First Lieu
tenant, Alex. Itobcttson; Second
Lieutenant, Thos. E. Wall.
SUPREME COURT iN CHAMBERS.
nr.roun at cl'lt.y, .t.
Tuesday, Jan. 8th.
Bankruptcy of A. M. Hewclt.
W. A. Whiting for petition. A. M.
Ilewctt on his own petition is ad
judged bankrupt. Monday, Janu
ary Hth, is set for proof of claims
and appointment of assignees.
Kahanauui ts. Ashford. Crim.
con. Ilosa for plaintiff ; Crcigliton
for defendant. Ordered on defend
ant's motion that plaintiff give se
curity in the sum of 8100 for costs
Meeting Woman's Church Aid
Society at St. Andrew's old Cathe
dral building at 2 :.'50 o'clock p. m.
Meeting, Ladies Altar Society,
at the convent at 3 o'clock p. in.
Meeting Debating Society at 7:30
o'clock p. in.
Exhibition of furniture at Levey's
auction room all day.
Oaliu Lodge No. 1 K. of P. at
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of P. at
Services at the churches at 7:30.
Honolulu Social Club monthly
meeting at 7 :30.
Business meeting at Central Union
Church at 8:80.
HAWAIIAN ALMANAC AND AN
NUAL. The Hawaiian Almanac and An
nual for 1881), just iasued, is the
fifteenth from the commencement.
Its beginning was small, but it has
grown from year to year, until the
present issue numbers 110 pages,
not including advertisements. It is
liberally patronized by ndvei Users,
local and foreign. The advertise
ments are at the end and beginning
of the hook, and not scattered
through it. This is the best arrange
ment for advet Users, as well as for
readers, us it facilitates reference to
their advertisements. Tho Annual
contains, quite a number of original
articles on matters l elating to the
islands, in addition to the usual
calendar and n largo amount of
statistical information. It is invalu
able and indispensablo in every
ofilco and every place of business as
a book of reference, and theio is no
better book to send to friends
abroad who wish to learn about tho
Tho llev. S. II. Davis of South
Kona is in town.
Liouts. Giocn, Ashe aud Oliver
returned from tho Volcano yester
day on tho steamer W. G. Hall
much pleased with their trip.
Mr. C, L. Hopkins will rcmaiii'us
There was a very heavy tidal wave
at Ivalaupapa, Molokai, December
SiHli, according to tho nativo pa
pers. The sea washed a house
some six feel further inland, aud
other damage was done, but not of
n serious nature.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Tin: weather was much wanner
No signs of the Austialia ns wo go
31. Ii. M. S. CJnsijiiKST is about duo
at (his port.
Coi Sam Norria is exereifcing him-i-olf
Tin; Koynl mail steamer Alameda
is due Friday afternoon from the
Colonies on iriulo to San Erancisco.
Mn, Chailea Nicolls was out col
lecting this morning with a doublc
h.u relied gun.
O.v Saturday the Wilder's Sleani
ship Company willjpay,a qunrleily di
vidend of three dollnis per share.
A srr.ciAi. meeting of tho Honolulu
Social Cluh will be held at 7:310
o'clock at tho hall. Ladies dance to
Tin: matter of u site for Hie Cen
tral Union Church will again conic
up this evening at n special meeting
of tho congiegalion.
Mksmis. T. II. Davies it Co. have
got, Eome very elegant little needle
ciibc, containing quite an m-toil-ment.
They aie well gotten up.
A tiuai. of Philadelphia Soap Co.'s
Extra Kitchen Soap, an article be
ing intiodueed to this market, proves
it to bo an excellent cleaning article.
Tin: Hawaiian band will give a
moonlight concert at Thomas square
ThiiiMlay evening. On Friday eve
ning the band plays at the Hotel.
A iiAsniiAM. match will take place
on Satuulay afternoon at 2 o'clock
at Mukiki, between Hie Mystic and
Ivainehanieha. School nines.
Mis. Geo. E. Fairchild lias been ap
pointed School Agent for the Distiict
of Kawaihau, island of Kauai, in
place of Hon. P. 1. Kanoa.
lli:nn you arc : The Kinau leaves
for the Volcano on Tuesday next the
lfith inst., nt 2 o'clock p. in. Only
fifty dollais for the lound trip. Diit
Tin: subject for tho special pi aver
meeting at Hie veatiy of Central
Union Chinch this evening is "Clnist
among the cliildien." Led by ltev.
S. E. Bishop.
Tin: Tramways Company have
made changes in their time table,
to hiiil the convenience of the public.
Extr.i i.irs run from the IJille IJange
at S o'clock ti. in. iindTiO.") p. in., and
fiom the Chinese Theatre at 8:110 a.
in. and 8:10 p. in. Cais leave the
ltille Uango at 5:0."), 0:35 and fl-.O.'i p.
in. and Hie Chinese Theatre at 5:05,
5:35, (isO."), 0:35, and 7:05 p. in.
hemhTuavis a co.
As will be seen from an adverlise
ment in another column, the co-partnership
existing between J. K.
Wilder and Henry Davis has expired
by limitation. The business in future
will be carried on by Mr. Henry
Davis, under the name and style of
Henry Davis & Co. The retiiing
partner solicits the kind patronage
for his successor, that enjoyed by
EXPERIENCED ROUCH WEATHER.
The schooner Waimalu, Captain
AVeisbs-rth, arrived early this morn
ing from windward, after an ab
sence of nine days, dining which
time she experiiiiced exceedingly
rough weather. At one time the
captain came pretty near losing the
schooner, so violent was the storm.
A boat was lost at Kahului. While
standing off Maui the Waimalu
sighted the dismantled vessel re
ported by Capt. Lee of the Bryant.
IMPORTANT SALE OF FURNITURE.
On Friday Mr. L. J. Levey will
sell the wholo of W. S. Luce's
household furniture aud effects.
Thcsalo will take place at the auc
tioneer's rooms, and special atten
tion is called to it, for there is
a very choice assortment of furni
ture. It is all in good order and
must be sold, there being no re
servo whatever. The furniture is
now on exhibition and will be to
morrow as well. Inspection is in
vited. INCENDIARY FIRE.
A few minutes before one o'clock
this morning an alarm was rung
from the house of Engine Co. No.
1 for a lire which started in a very
narrow pnssage-way on Nuuunu
street, directly opposito Ilollister's
old store. It was put out by the
volunteer boys of No. -1 with water
from a hydrant near by. Upon in
vestigation a lot of partly burned
rags, paper, etc., were found
near tho place pretty well saturated
with kerosene oil. The lire was evi
dently the woil; of an incendiary.
The matter is under investigation.
"l'J -' U I !
worn: touch justioi: r07rr.11.
Wi:uki:si)ay, January 9th.
Ah Sing, the cook of the bark J.
A. King, charged with having opium
unlawfully in possession, was fined
75 and ono hour's impiisonment.
II. Vaughnn, cliniKcd with assault
and battery on a Custom IIouso
ollleer, was discharged.
Kii, charged with being a gross
client, was lined 85.
II. Standard aud Uilame for
druukenuess, each forfeited $0 bail.
DAILY BUkkfcMltfi HOftOLIlU;, H., I., JAtttTAJftT 0, 18$0.
HONOLULU YACHT CLUH.
The annual meeting of the Hono
lulu Yacht anil lloat Club was held
last eveninc;, lion. M. P. Koblnson,
the Vice-President,!!! theclinir. Tho
election of otllccis for the ensuing
year was postponed for a month,
when it special meeting will bo hold.
Tho stale of lliu club was discussed
at length, and the following com
mittee was appointed to inquire into
the financial and general status of
the club, to rcpoit, with icconnnend
ntions, at n special meeting to be
held about February Hth: Messrs.
U. Oidenstcin, II. M. Whitney. Jr.,
L. J. Levey, V. M. Giffard and M.
!! win rrn r urn l
o.vtiiuimxu or mun'-of
AT Till1. V. M. C
The hall of tho Y. M. C. A. was
tned to its utmost .Monday, by an
audience assembled by imitation, to
listen to ii musical entertainment.
There were present sailors from II.
11. 31. S. Hyacinth and Cormorant,
U. S. S. Adams and Alert, also
ollicers of the ships, besides members
of the Association and their friends.
It was such a gathering that does
one good to see once in a while, A
stage had been erected over the
platform, and it was tastefully decor
ated with Hags of novel al nations.
On either side were temporary dress
The entertainment opened with
remarks by Mr. Thos. IS. Walker,
British Vice-Coii3ul, who warmly
welcomed the sailors. The pro
gramme was then piocecded with in
the following order:
T. Camion. C01 moraiit
" T. Cohli, Hyacinth
' G. Italph, Coimorant
Adihcss Hew II. II. Uowen
"The Statue" in one act by T. S.
Ilyland, T. Brotherton, T. F. Cooke,
T. "Walsh and Kichd. Barrett of the
U. S. S. Alcil.
Quartette Cornet, violin ami two
guitars roitiigue-c Hand
Address S. U. Fuller
Song T. B&yaes, Hyacinth
" Cunningham, Coimoiant
' liowca, Cormorant
Address I'. '. Joue-
I'lano r-olo Hermann Widcuinuu
.. A Xew Yeai'- Morality
Chorus Hawaii l'onol
All of the sailors who sung were
loudly applauded for their efforts.
Thcirsongs were well selected. Capt.
Nieolls of the Cormorant played
some of the accompaniments. The
Rev. II. II. Gowen and General
Secretary Fuller both made inter
esting addresses. Mr. P. C. Jones
also gave an address which was
irresistibly humorous. He said that
newspaper leporters could spin bet
ter yarns than sailors, and that if a
new-paper man was informed that
a two-roller mill was being con
structed for Pahala Plantation, the
paper would come out with, "We
arc credibly inlormed that Pahala
Plantation is about to put in a four
roller vacuum nan." Master Wide-
maiin played Ins piano solo 111 capi
tal style and bids fair to become a
The concluding piece on the pro
gramme was "A New Year's Moral
ity," an allegorical play given by a
number of ladies and gentlemen in
costume. Tho characters were pub
lished in the Bui.urnx of last Fri
day. Tho different paits were ex
ceedingly well sustained, while the
singing was excellent, Mrs. T. K.
Walker accompanying on the piano.
Too much ci edit cannot lie given to
Lieut. E. I. Pears, 11. N., who got
up the play, and wrote nearly all
the words which were adapted to
Hawaii. After singing Hawaii Ponoi
the sailois were regaled with ice
cream and cake kindly piovidcd by
Mrs. T. H. Walker. Voles of thaulis
were passed to that lady, Mr. T. II.
Walker and Lieut. Pears. It is a
long time since a 111010 pleasing en
tertainment was given at the Y. M.
C. A. hall.
ABOUT MEASLES AND WHOOPING
Eniroit Hlu.i.tix: From time
to time articles have appeared in
your columns which either prove
that your correspondents arc ignor
ant of the truth or elso that the
Board of Health and especially the
President is the object at which they
are aiming. Now, I do not propose
to rise in dofenso of tho Board of
Health or its President, but I do pro
test against one thing; I am not
willing to be used usjlie fulcrum of
the lever which is to oust tho Presi
dent of the Board of Health or any
Mrs. Dillingham has kindly come
forward and proved by actual dates
that 1 did not import the whooping
cough. 1 will go farther and add
that any one might import whooping
cough and be entirely innocent: ior
until it manifests its peculiar char
acteristic, it is liko anyothor cough.
I thought that tho cough my chil
dren had was the remnant of the
measles, aud when it grow worse J
feared that they had taken cold.
How, when or where they wcro ex
posed to whooping cough I do not
know and never shall. I heard no
thing about tho disease while I was
away. Moreover, in this initial
stage, before you know that yoifr
child has whooping cough, ho may
communicate it to others. I think
the idea of rjunrantlnu for whooping
cough is original with Honolulu. To
iiuiko such quarantine effective it
would bo iieooaiiry to quarantlno
everyone with a cough or cold in tho
head, until lime should piove
that it was not iuclpienl whooping
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ivmrrvrauv-inn. .rjfx'RjainiMiuij'i wwtn iii.ii im inM)iiuii!ifiiln)g"' ,. njjlii.mmiiMM.iiwi mi u' MnCffHy'
Two of my children camo homo
with friends by tho Australia. Un
fortunately they developed the
measles beforo tho vessel reached
port. It was through tho kindness
of Dr. Trousseau, then acting Port
Physician, that they were allowed to
land, after all others had left the
wharf, and he quarantined in their
own homo. That this quarantine was
strict, and the kindness not mis
placed, I think is best proven by
the fact that the measles never went
beyond our house alter it came into
it, and no one in our neighbor-mod
suffered from it. When I reached
home July Sth, by the Mariposa,
the children with me were entirely
well of measles. The Port Physi
cian of Honolulu was a fellow pas
senger. I think if he had seen any
thing in my children dangerous to
others he would have been kind
enough to have warned me. Dr.
Trousseau was still acting Port Phy
sician when 1 arrived, and I am
sure that we seemed to be a healthy
ship's company. Neither doctors
nor any one else had any reason to
suppose we had whooping cough on
board. I had been nt homo aa much
as four weeks beforo I knew that
my children had it, and after that I
kept my children away from others.
It is untrue that my friends came to
see 1110 and that I went among them
while the measles was in tho house;
and as to the cough, my children
were kept at home for full two
months after wo knew the nature of
their complaint and whore people
had children or feared the disease
for themselves I carefully kept away
I have just one word to say to
your correspondents. I am quite
willing to give any desired informa
tion by word of mouth or in reply
to aii3' properly signed communica
tion, and 1 believe it would be a re
lief to the general public if others,
against whom they have complaints,
could be treated with like fairness.
I am, very respectfully,
The tin can docs not point a mo
ral, but it generally adorns a tail.
It doesn't lake very long for some
men to pull tho feathers out of a
Xottcci under th head ore charged 10 eenls
per line for the Jli si inset lion, antl J centi jcr lint
eicry additional insertion,
YAIT'S J30AT BUILDING
JVKOP. Roar of Luca-' Mill.
A MJNOH of Kovh. A reward
I. be eiven to any pciaon returning
tamo to this olHcc.
ON Satui'lay afternoon last, a
small Hilvci Watch (with
iho Ic'tcis "A. M. C." engraved
on haul: oT cae), having a small Silver
Clmiii ami t'h'irm al'-iched. Finder
will hi' lewa'ih'd on returning same to
th'n olilce HI lit
YOUNG fSeinimi Girl withes a
'V situation tniloucneral lioucuoik.
Good lefeicce? if rtrdr.d. Apply at
No .VI, corner of .Merchant and Alalceii
streets. HI tf
efirrssi'ijjK 'UttHJirsr p tibm
O Hawaiian H'lmk In tlio nnilter
of A. M. UKWr.Tf, of Honolulu, OjIiu,
a voluntary 1 aiiU.ti't
Creditors of the mid bankrupt are
hereby untitle 1 to rnrne in nntl piove
their dol.H before- b'tIi Justine of the
Supiemu Com I n i hall be filling in
Chambers nt Alilolani Halo, Honolulu,
on MONI) VY. tin' 1 llh day of .lauu .ry.
1SS1. hi'iuRfn tin- hours oi 10 o'clock in
Ihe fr.rcnowi and u ('. of the mid dnv,
and eh el ono or more assignees of tho
haid baiikiupl'-. 3iiilo.
Ity the Unuit
Honolulu, Jan. 0, 18it). 141 3t
English Ginger Me.
P. A. SCSI & CO.'S.
74 King st.
74 King st,
Ini oilers of
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
Pianos & Furniture
Movul wilh Cine.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering &
WHEDAILY BULLETIN Ib "live
X eycuing paper. 00 cciiU per month .
Hopp & Go
To Stand this Season, Jan, 189
At IHoluilcln Mtocit Jh'nrm,
Tho Imported Morgan Stallion
'Glory' JW 'Glory'
H'Ji. for r.celi Mnrc.
Mures bred to "QL0RY"
en the form at a pasturage
annum. Kv ry con) t.iken 1
nt $12 per
ml no ics.
OSyMnren not proving in foul may bo
returned nexi season free of charge, if I
still own the Horse. .9. WAY.
Miss S. R. Patch,
Kawalahao Female Seminary.
Teacher of Voice & Piaio,
Is prepared to receive pupils.
Bsfm, by permission to lending pro
fes'ors of music In California, ami to
previous experience in leaching in that
Stale Address as above. 140 2w
A FltESH SUPPLY OF THE
"Tlio Queen of Table Waters."
l'OIl HAI.i: AT
F. A. SGHAEPER k CO.'S.
Has tiilcn ihe Studio fornieily occupied
by A. A. .Montano, comer of King
and Fort Miects anil is pre
pared to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
Printing Douo lor AinntoiirH,
Cabinets $6 a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
C5T Entrance on Fort Street. "TBa
The Fastest Machine, in tho World
Legiil & Commercial Work
Result of Special Contests far 1883:
Ciscikk ati, July 25th. lieinhifrtoii 5)7
Tords per minuta.
Nuw Yoiik, August 1st. licmingtoii
won 1st, 2nd, iird and -itli l'tizcs.
Tonosro, August lllth l!emin:Um
won (championship of the world) Go d
aud hilver llcilr.li for highest gpctil i-vei
lecordcd 1)9 woids pur minute, cm hid
I.akk Gkoiiok, N. Y McGuri in bioke
the lecord, writing on the ltciniulo:i
103 8-5 worth per minute, excluding
errors; writing blindfold 107 words per
CSTTo be hud with or without Cn bi
W. M. GIFFAItl),
Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands.
N. 15. Letters mldressid to lb" Atj.-i t
:. o W. G. Irwia As Co. will have prompt
Notice of Special Partnership,
rJ"III.S is to certify that the under.
JL cloned have formed u spi'oial pail,
ncrship iiiir.-u.uit to ihr stalutu in mioIi
cmscj iiiiuiu and piovided.
Thai the mime ot the firm under
which bucIi p.rlnershin ib to be con.
dueled is '-Sinf Chong As Co."
Tint Ihe ;uuer.il nature of the busi
ncss in lie transacted is the raidm,,
pluming and cultivating of lice in the
Island of Oaliu, the owning and opurat.
inn of rlco cleanine; mills on i-ald Island
of Oahu, aud thu buy i in: and selling of
all kiadb of noods, wines" and merchan
dise in said Island of Oahu,
That the principal place of business
of said linn ij Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
on M.iunnUea street.
That the niiiaes of all the general and
epcci.il partniTb are a., follow:
A. II. Loo NijiiwU, Horn,' Quon, Tonj;
Choiii: Hoy and I.. Alal, ho all reside
in Honolulu, Ik'iiuiI of Oahu, aud Luin
Kay Kan, who reddeat Kaaliii i, District
of Kooluupol.o, I-lanil if Oaliu, aie ihu
general partner'; and Lam GIiiiiik Wn
and Tung lluii, who ii'sidn in llono.
lulu, Inl mil of Oahu, and L. Apana,
Tung Cluing Win, l.to.ig Nam and L.
Tilol; Kong, who n-i-1 tu i Kone; rjlicong
Tu, Dihliii't of llu'i)-: Han, in Ihe Km
pile of Chut', tiro tl.u hpieial partners;
mid that the aid A II. Luo Ngawk,
Hone; Quon, Tolig Chung Hoy anil L.
Alal, have iw h contril.iiiul Iho turn of
live I ousuid dollars (81,000) ; and thu
said Linn iS.iy Knu, I.ai t'unliliiuitd the
sum of fifteen tliouii!il dollar i if 1.1..
001)) towaula the capital t el;, and that
the mid partnership Ii tu commence on
iho lbl day ol Jiuiuiiry, A. 1). IBSll, and
tu continue and bo In forie fur Hid term
of la years from wild Ut day of January,
A. 1) lSSfi.
Dated Honolulu. Nov.tiOth, A .13. It83.
A H LOONd.VWK,
TOKO (JIIL'Xa SOY,
LUM CHUNG WAA,
LIJ.M SAY KAU,
Uy hit utt'y in fact A II. Loo Ngawk;
TONGUHANG WAl tw),
Ur her att'y in fact Tong Chung Soy ;
Ut his alt'y In fuel A. ILLooNgawkj
L. TUCK ICONU,
Hy his nll'y In fuel A. II. Loo Ngawk.
Duly aoVnon bilged hcfnrn Tlio'. W.
Hohron, Notary I'liblie, Island of Oahu,
the 4lU day of Ueceiubor, IfaSs.
Notice of Removal.
B3f" Mr. Ehrlicli bogs to inform bis num
erous patrons and the public in general tliat
tbe "Temple of Fashion" is moving to the
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets, and will
be in order for business on Saturday morn-
December 29, 1888.
WE HAVE DECEIVED A H1LENI)ID SELECTION OF
Fancy tlooas Snitai fori Holiday Season
S:itin Tabic Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
2!i'.-o Cui'tiiliiH, Htampud TIlleH, Hlioo Hukh. 32t.
Full Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc,
Yc call jiarticiilar attention to our lino euleetion in
feiom-iMe Olotlii for Gils, Yonlls & GUHin !
iMiriiiwhiiig Goods, Trunks, Valises,
lints it Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
All Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Stylo If you want something: very fine in
i' 0. TilTinnnn' Tlnnin fthnnn 0. fllinnnTin 0. flnnnl
Call on us before going elrtowherc.
S3 TAMP JCIVO- XOIVEJ -1
rarMr3. E. C. Bove's beautiful work
Toys &: 23ollw,
GLOVE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES
And a few Choice Carved Ornaments.
In future, Nrc. 13. Small will bo prepared to do
Cutting anil Fitting.
FOK'f ,X,X,I2I2'X JIOIVOLTJXiTJ.
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices limn
NovoltieM tui lTiiMiy
n i iv mw, 1 1 ii i trjnuttmfu, -
)OISti5a XEW GOODS
in Point Laces on exhibition here"
- 17 - 88
ware Co., L'd,
Now hiTolco of
Onuilu, In Laro Variety.
fr. & V CC-fe'X