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HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Iiaok stand: Merchant and Fort
street. Tolophonotf, 886.
FRIDAY, JAN. 25, 1889.
Stmr IwalanI from Ilninnkmi
Am Yacht Casco from Tahiti
Schr Hnleakala fioin l'epeckeo
Stmr Kaula from Aalaluu a d Wnluuno
Bchr Mot Wnhltio from llamakua
II B M 8 Conquest 39 days from Cnllao
Ilk S 0 Allen 44 days from Newcastle
Stmr .1 A Cummins for Konlau
Btmr Klnau for Hllo and way ports at
2 p in
Stmr O It Bishop for Walanac, Wulalua
and Koolau at 0 a in
ARRIVALS AT SAN 1'ltAKCIBCO :
Jan 2, baikW B Godfrey, 19 days
from Honolulu; Jan 3, hark -Ideii
Hesse, 13 days fioin Kaliulnl, barken
tlnii Ella, 13 days from Kahtilul, Schr
Quuei.ii. 18 dnj'R from Mahtikona; J n
JO, b.irkenline Dlsc-ivurv, 10 days from
Honolulu; Jan 13, barki-ntlnc b N ens
ile, 19 days from Honolulu.
Jan 1'?, Schr J C Ford for Kahulul;
Jan 15, Schr Queen for Mahukuna.
Bark -Aldcn Befise for Honolulu; bl.t
DUoovciy for Uonblulu; bkt If rus
tle for Honolulu; Uaik W B i.odficy for
Dec 10, baik Ainr Turner from Hono
lulu; Dec IS, ship Daniel Barnes fiom
Honolulu; lirittsli bark John Nloholsou
Jan C, bark tnlanta from ouolulu.
, .. Jan 0, Britl-h bark Royal Alice for
Honolulu. Passed Holyhead Jan 8.
Nov 2S, bkt Wrestler for Honolulu.
The San Francisco Call of Janu
ary I4tb, has the following: The
marriage of Mr. John B. Hopkins to
Miss Julia M. Hogan took place last
Tuesday, by Rev. B. Calzia, at St.
Joseph's Church, in San Jose. The
groom is a son of Rev. John G,
Hopkins of Abergavenny, Wales.and
is manager of the Ookala Plantation,
150 miles from Honolulu. He was
formerly superintendent and suigeon
of the Queen's Hospital at Honolulu.
The bride is well known in Napa as
the daughter of Mrs. Ellen A. Ho
gan. Owing to recent deaths in the
family of Mr. Hopkins the wedding
waB strictly private. Miss Eliza
beth M. Hogan acted as bridesmaid
and Mr. Sebasticn B. Hogan as
Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins arrived on
the Australia January 9th and left
for Hawaii on the Kinau two days
SUPREME GOURT-JAH. TERM.
BEFORE BICKERTON, J.
Wednesdat, Jan. 23.
In re estate of Charles Brenig, de
ceased. Probate of will. Appeal
of the widow from flecision admit
ting the will to probate. Decision
is rendered on motion to dismiss ap
peal. The appeal is dismissed. A.
S. Harlwell and Cecil Brown for
proponent ; V. V. Ashford and A.
Rosa for appellant.
Kahananui vs. Ashford. Contin
ued on oral motion of defendant to
Monday next, 28th inst.
Mung Chun vs. Henry J. Nolle.
Waiver of jury filed allowed. W.
R. Castle for plaintiff; defendnnt in
Thursday, Jan. 24.
Kanakanut, administrator, vs. F.
L. Leslie. Assumpsit for $1500 and
interest. Tried before a mixed,
jury. At ten minutes before one
o'clock this moiningthe jury return
ed a verdict for the plaintiff, two
dissenting. Counsel for defendant
excepted to the verdict as contrary
to the law and evidence, and gave
notice of motion for a new trial.
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
BEFORE DOLE, J.
Thursday, Jan. 24.
Estate Ah Nee, Chinese. Admin
istration. Oidered that letters issue
to John F. Hackfeld as tempoiary
administrator under $500 bond, and
that Wednesday, February 13th, bo
appointed for tho hearing. P. Neu
mann for petitioner
BEFORE PRESTON, J.
Bankruptcy S. K. Kamaipelckane,
Said S. K. Kamaipelckane, upon the
petition of II. ilackfckl & Co., is
adjudged baukrupt. Monday, Feb.
4th, is appointed for proof of claims,
etc. P. Neumanufor petitioners.
One of the greatest innovations
in the British House of Parliament
is the introduction of a bootblack
in the Common cloak-room. Ho is
the first of his kind.
' Quick-firing Armstrong gun 30
and 100 pounders, discharging ten
and eleven shots per minute, have
been dually adopted by the British
Tho "Ooolong wave" is not a new
wrlpklo in doing up tho hair. r It is
the latest designation in Washington
for the greatly abused afternoon tea.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Welcome to tbo CaECO and Con
Tun Arcado will shortly rocnivo a
large new slock of goods.
Messrs. Hollister & Co. have a
new advertisement is this ifsuc.
Mnp. Dewar will bo "at homo" on
Hie Yacht Nyanzu this evening at 8
Drt. Geo. Trousseau has been ap
pointed port physician in place of
Dr. J. Brodie, who hat. gono to the
News has reached herefrom lloug
kong, by piivate letter, that the brig
Allie Kowe with all on board had
Don't forget that tbo box plan for
the pale of Beats for Patience opens
Monday morning at 9 o'clock, at J.
K. Brown & Co.'s oflko,
The Hawaiian Band will give a
con rt at the Hawaiian Hotel this
(tuning, to which tho public is cot
dially invited to attend.
The pupils at St. Louis College
arc preparing specimens of penman
tliip for the Paris Expedition, 'iliuir
work in this line is excellent.
Dr. C. B. Wood has celebrated the
birth of a son in a manner that is
grateful to the Bulletin, and lor
which thanks are hcteby returned.
The literary and musical enter
tainment and bociablc at thu vestry
of thu Central Union church lubt
evening, was a voiy pleipMiit all'air.
A hewaud of $25 has been offered
by Marshal Sopor for thi' apprehen
sion of h Chinese prisoner Ah Poo,
who etcaped from prison last Tues
day. Wednesday the SOlh inst., will be
observed as a day of special prayer
for schools and colleges. The Ha
waiian Board has voted to observe it
Capt. Hugh Gunu has been ap
pointed by Col. Ashford to serve on
the commission for revising rules of
the volunteers, in place of ex-Adjutant
It is Major Cornwell and a nuui
wt of other gentlemen on Maul who
vill subscribe to the "Paiadisu of the
P.ieilic," being sent to the libraries
all over the woild.
A meeting of the Lcleiohoku
gtiuids. will bo held to-morrow even
ing to elect a Captain vice W. S.
Wond piomotcd, by election to the
Adjutancy of the second battalion.
A xtive hackmen fell out of his
can iago last evening, near the Post
Office, whilo in an epileptic lit, and,
but for timely assistance and his
horse keeping quiet might have been
No meeting of the Blue Ribbon
League to-morrow evening, but a
temperance meeting for men only
will be held in Bi ewer's block, at
7 :30. All men young" and old cor
dially invited. .
The Kinan left for Maui and Ha
waii this afternoon. Among her p.it
sengors wero : Mr. Postlewaitc, C. O.
Berger, Majors S. Parker and W. H.
Cornwell, K. R. Hind, A. Sinclair, J.
Cunningham, A. M. Sproull, Alisses
Lyon and Chamberlain, F. Burnham
and Rev. E. P. Baker.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Hitchcock
have wisely commerated tho mar
riage of their daughter to Mr. II. S.
Townscnd by picsenting tho Bulle
tin with a whole cake. Many thanks,
and sincere wishes for the happiness
of the newly nianied couple and the
parents of the amiable bride.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Service at St. Andrew's Cathedral
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, I. O. R.
M at 7 :30.
Diill Co. A, Honolulu Rifles at
Public Band Coucert-at the Ha
waiian Hutel at 7:30.
Hawaiian Council No. 689 A. L.
pf II. at 7:30.
Performance by Bushnell's tiaiued
animals at 8 o'clock, at Nicol's
Concert by Honolulu Arion
ciely at 8 o'clock p. m.
Temperance meeting lor men only
in Brewer's Block at 7:30 p. m.
LXJI1JUI I' I .11
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at Ihe
Hawaiian Hotel, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: PART I,
Maich lb andenbui gh Faust
Ovwtuic Caliph of Bnijd d..l!eluldleu
Chorus Tannhauser WnguiT
ItcinltiUccnccs of Germany... .Trent ler
aiikauolla, Alna Htm, Kokohl.
Selection-Grand Duchess.... Offenbach
Gavotte Trip to Africa Suppo
Waltz r ci vliin Ivanovlc
Marclii'cisiau Strou s
FIRE COMPANY MEETING.
Last evening n largely atleiuleil
meeting of Honolulu Engine Com
pany Ho. 1 was held, Foreman liobt.
More, presiding. It was by unuui
moiis vote, decided to celebrate
the anniversary of tho Hono
lulu Fire Department, by liavipg n
parade drill and banquet on Febru
ary 12lU, Coronation day. Com
mittees on artangementa aud flnauco
TRAMS TO WA.a.iJ.
IDE 1KE OPJUH TO-JtORROW MORNING.
Tho Hawaiian Tramways Com
pany will luivo an entire change in
its tinio-tablo to-morrow, which will
appear in the Advertiser in thu
morning and the Bulletin in the
evening. Thu cais wl'l commence
to run to and fiom Waikiki lor the
first time to-inorrow. Tho llrst car
leaving Waikiki at 7 a. m., nud
hourly thereafter throughout the
day. The first car from the Chinese
Theatre will leave at 7 : 10 a. in.
nnd hourly thereafter.
EXCURSMrTm 7EAAL HARBOR.
The steamer Ewa will take people
to Pearl Harbor next Wednesday,
(weather permitting) leaving Brew
er's wharf at 8 o'clock a. m. sharp.
Tickets will he issued free for this
trip on application to J. E. Brown
& Co., Merchant street, on Tues
day the I'Pth inst. Parties making
the trip will have to provide their
B. F. Dillingham.
Bushnell's trained animal and no
velty show gives its llrst perform
ance this evening, In a laic water
proof tent in the Nicol's block, Fort
street. There is a troupe of French
nud Russian poodles, wiie walkers,
jugglers, knife throwers, comic
singers, clog dancers, comedians and
other novelties too numerous to
mention. The admission is SI.
children 50 cents. The peiforinancc
commences at 8 o'clock
THE YACHT QASCO.
The American yacht Casco arriv
ed in port last evening, twenty-nine
days from Tahiti. Experienced
calm and variable winds with pleas
ant woather. The party on bourn
consists of Mr. Robert Louis Stev
enson, the uulhor, anl wife, Mrs.
Thomas Stevenson, Mrs. Lloyd Os
borne and maid. The Casco will
remain in port s-ome time and then
sail for San Francisco.
A PLEASANT GATHERING.
The annual election of staff and
field officers of the second battalion
of the Hawaiian Vnlunlceis, was
held last evening; at the armory of
the Honolulu Riiles, with the follow
Samuel Nowlein, Major.
W. S. Wond, Adjulaut.
L.J. Naliora Ilipa, Quartermaster.
F. L. Miner M. D., Surgeon.
F. L. Desha, Ordnance Olliccr.
Afterwards, the newly elected and
retiring officers were invited by Col.
Ashford to partake of refreshments.
Adjourning to a sufficiently spacious
apartment of the Armory, Col. Ash
ford, officers of the First and Sec
ond Battalions and a few special
quests, sat down to a dainty spread.
W4ien the banquet was fully under
way, toasts to "the King" "His
Majesty's Ministeis," "the Hawai
ian Volunteers," ''Our Colonel,"
"the Press," "the Ladies," "the
newly elected and rctiiing officers,"
were made and responded to elo
quently. The party terminated at
an agreeable hour with the singing
of the Hawaiian National Anthem
and withj three cheers for the Col
onel. FIRE AT KAWAIAHAO SEMINARY.
About twenty minutes before bix
o'clock last evening the bell from
the Central tower rang out an alarm
of fire. Jt was at the Kawaiuhao
Female Seminary. Some passengers
on the slicet cars in passing the in
stitution noticed smoke issuing from
the roof of the building. They at
once notified the teachcis at the
school nud an alarm was tinned in
by telephone. Assistance was soon
nt hand and the lite which had com
menced to cet smiie headway was
put out with buikitf ot iwilcr, the
services of the department not be
ing required. It occurred m the
attic, where was u row of four
shelve?, in front of which utood a
washstaud. The front of the bhelvcs
was coercd nith a curt-.'in and the
flic started on the thud bliclf. It
ran up the side of the wall and com
municated witli the shingles of the
roof. Fiiollarshal White made an ex
amination of the place after the liic,
and it looked to turn as if someouu
had Iil'oii smoking a cigaict;, and
getting frightened had thioun it i to
thu she If, where it communicated
with the curtain. Everything was
charred around tho spot where the
fire communicated. This 1b the
third lire at the Seminary. The lust
time some dirty rags ami a ciaictto
were found near where thu fire start
ed. On Tuesday Chief liugimer
SVilson and Fuo Marshal White
made a thorough inspection of thu
I1EFOUE I'OUOi: JUSTICE FOaTHIl.
Tiiuiwdav, January 21.
All Ntug and Ab Lcong were
each lined SHU and sentenced to sis
hours' imprisonment for unlawful
possession uf opjum. Chin Hco
alias Cliu Hco and Ah Ark for the
same offene, were found not guilty
Mikalemi for larceny of one silver
watch, tho property ul Georgo Hal
leth, valued at 810, was bcniuuccd
to imprisonment ut hard labor for
one year and lined 610,
There is in effect no virtue piop
erly so-called, without victory over
selves; and that which costs nothing
is north uotlilng,
i -BONOMTLU, HM 1 JAinaAjlY M .1MB,
" ..' j.t ir AiTiS.
The investigation into Sainoan
affairs was combined befoie the U.
S. Suliate Foreign Relations Com
mittee nt Washington, Jan. 14th.
Consul bewail continued his recital
of events on tho island which led to
the war now engaging the forces of
Tainasfsc nnd Mataafa.
The Secretaiy of the Navy has
issued iistrticttons to Rear-Admiral
Knnbcilcy, commanding the Pacific
Station, to proceed in tho United
States ship Tientou to Samoa, for
tho purpose of protecting American
The New York "Sun's" Washing
ton special says: A Berlin dispatch
announcing that there was great
satisfaction in the German capitnl
over the announcement by the Am
erican Government that the United
States had no interests in Samoa
that warranted it in maintaining a
coutioversy with the German Gov
ernment, and that tho latter would
probably send re-enforcements to
Samoa, had been received. It is
supposed here to refor to 601110 dis
patch from Secretary Bayard not in
cluded in the official correspondence
already made public, and is per
haps, later than nny of the publish
The activity of the Navy Depart
ment in preparing thieo or four
cruisers for sea service wjtl n mark
ed indisposition oti tho part of the
Secretary of tho Navy to tell what
ihe service .was to bo, is believed by
gentlemen who hnvo boon watching
the Sainoan affair to indicate that a
11av.1l force is to be sent to Samoa,
and that Germany will not have no
nce in advance of the departure of
the ships. There was a great deal
more of the Navy Department than
of the State Depaitment in the dis
patch of marines to Panama in
Apiil, 1885, and Whitney is more
ravoralile '.o a spirited foreign po
licy than Bayard js.
An old bachelor died recently in
Rome leaving the Pope a million
lire. To his sister he left a monthly
allowance of live livre. She will
contest the will.
Xotlcci unitcr O ii html are chTgcil 10 ctnti
ner line for Ihejint inttrltou, and 6 emit per line
'icry uiiilitivMil inurhun.
SAEM51TLICUE Deutsche wctden
hiL-rdurch zu elncm uin 20tcn d.
lt. 7iir Fcier des Uelmitslaij-es seiner
(liijfbtuct Kuiser Wilhelm's 11 statllln
demleii Couccrlo freuudlicliut tinge
I ail en
Aufang 8 Uhr Abends
155 3t des ' Honolulu Arlon."
second hand Four
Kcud anil Btronc wiih
.If nud Inukf; capacity ul least 1000
h-. Appiy in iilllco of Ed. HoQachlnc.
icr & ( o.. on Monday, Jan. 2"tli. MO 3
WANTED by nn experienced Rook.
lsi'Cpur n position in any Hono.
lulu business, or on a plantation on any
i si unci of the Ilnwaiixu group. Adver
tiser in a good penman -af.d well potted
in t;cneial buslines. Addrcsj "M "
IIullutin OMcc. 154 tf
'PIIE quarterly and annunl moellng
L of ihe I'ucilic UntdMtiro Company
(Limited), "ill ho held ul their office on
THUl'.SDAY, Jiinunry Httt.at 10 o'clock
a . F. L. WINTEH,
150 id Acting decretory.
OTIVO to ihe intended departure
fiom the Kingdom of II. F. Wleli
ii. n, vc Hi cctfiilly nsk that all
inioiiiilH du o r m.i firm be elllcd no
.;r lieloic th l"i h .f 'cli u.ry ui'XI.
Gu.Mi:S fc W1CIIM.VN.
Ho olu'ii, J. ii.Sl. 188Q. 135 10t
A. M. HEWETT,
ugtrs re-cited and shipped; vessels
d chaigod, entries paai-cii and general
- ippiu work. All oilier left at Hu.
1 hi it HobinnmV olllce, Queen Miect,
V it ci ite i rsniml mteiiiion and imitt.
i Mi. ii tMH'ii'i tul 152 lm
Golden Gate Flour
-KOIl 8ALi: IIV-
H. HACKFELD & CO.
IVr Ilktnes "S O. Wl'der," "Planter"
and ''Mary Wluklcuun,"
A Large Quantity
Koi riiilo at Low 1'rlers by
John F. Colburn & Co.,
5'J (Jueit ritrcet. I'vr
i F YOU Fl NcTaNYTHING.
L advertise it la the Duvf ilcnn.
Novelty Show 1
York, U. 8.
Nicol's Block, Fort Street,
Ilmlci- tho (firntiil tVatcriroof
Will Exhibit for a Short Season Only,
Commencing January 20th, and
Miniature Dog Circus
Cons! thu; of " troupe of the smalltit
and most beautiful Truiuul
Dog hi the World.
Wonderful Jugglers & Knife Throwers
Champion Clojr Uanpcm.
Comic A (Sentimental Hlnger,
Vuiiny ArtH unit
Admission $1 DO
Mnliuco 35 nnd 50c
IN AID OF LOCAL CHARITIES.
On TUESDAY and THURSDAY,
January 20th & 31ut.
0rr Bunthorne's Bride !
.Usthptlp Opera by W. H. Gilbert
and Arthur Sullivan.
Complete with Full Chorus
Doors Open at 7 :30ajttrCommcnco at 8
PltlCUB as TJSUA-Ij.
Hox office will opeu nt J. E. Uronn
Co.'s on Monday, Jan. Zilk, at 0 a. m.
Bfiy-Hooka of Words of the Opera will
be bold in ihe 1'heatre at 10 cents copy.
Cottage for Sale Cheap.
-1 STORY Cottage, nearly
J. new, containing parlor,
diuinn-room, 4 bedrooms, kit-
rhen, biithionm and WHtvr-ctoict, vcran
dap, stable, waj;oii.fllicil, chicken house
and yard, Uowcr garden, etc. Lot 90x
100 feet and leased lot adjoining 75x75
feet. Situate nt Kapnlama, mauka side
of Klne i-trfct. Applv at
HAWAIIAN BUSINUS3 AGENCY.
jna. ft nHK Lca'e nnd I
fctrPfl -- kn iwn a the ""i
SiSii SHliiiK Hlnk," situ
Quei'u ftrctt near l'.icluird urert.
fut titer pnuiculars tnply to
154 if Tuos. E. WALL.
A.J51X.UOOM Cottace on
Euiiini Btrect, oppodilo
Uinra i r-'ipjme. AppU to
J. M VIVAS,
42 Atcithanl tlreet.
FOR SALE or LEASE
(JdTfAUK lutp'y ocr.u.
XX. pitd by Mr l!.i , It .
liclistein, hlt'.i u on h'liui. i
street, liutwien lint nmn i'ti ot llw .
O. It. fllaliop, Jaiut'S ( ampbr.i
Dole, ut'iir Kinina 6j mr . No pi "
ttanie'l, no diiM, no tm.i n flies. Omy
a few miuuti'S walk to tlu new situ for
tliu C'eni nil Union Church, ho i jintvuy
curs wanted. Apply to
E. 8. CUNUA,
148 tf Union million.
FOR SALE or LEASE
'piIK Dwelling and Ilcsl.
L deuce ol Mr. K. B.
Thomas, corner Klnau and
I'uUoi hircLf, coniniunilH iih uiiinter
ruplcd view of Ihe M ikiki, l'ulo'o and
Minna Valleys, and a minotrn walk to
tho tronicum on Kln Direct. The muln
bulMInu' Is p las ere d aud Imr.lllulelud,
inside Uiiougluiut. The building is U.
story with double parlor, dining loom,
vittiug room, -( beirnoins (up atulr),
batli loom and every convenience, de.
taclicd look house unit puutry, Ntahle
and ouUhullilingi complete; fruumguto
Piikoi street -100 feet, to lViiHicolirnircet
200 fret, and in Klnau (trctt n'mut 180
feet, the prouoiU are nicely luld o,
irrUution 4,0 HJ tct pip.- ami '.Q Unci is.
Inspcciiou nny dnj. Fuitliti; parti
culars at the otlliu of
E. B. THOMAS,
lCgt t Or to Mr, A. J. OuttwrigUI,
TEMPLE OF FASHION."
CORNER HOTEL &
RECEIVED BY LAST STEAMER
Eastern French Kid Shoes
For Ladies', Misses' & Children.
at liis Lowest Bedrock Prices
Genuine Diamond Dye
Warranted Fail, jgfji
0P- 1'IUCES LOWEH THAN ELSEWHERE
Boys Fine Jersey Suits at $3.50 !
Boys Waists, ftlew Assortment !
Ladies Knitted Underwear,
-AT A GREAT
Watch for the elaborate announcement of New
100 VOIIT STItKKT. IIOXOMJ1.U.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles I
Agents lor I. Lorillard it Co.'h Tobaccos, k W. S. Kimball is. Co.'s
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - - - 73 Hotel Street.
III'.O lcava to in for in my
X pith u H
that l intend luavlni; the
klngitfiu n the Dili Folruary, in bo
absent nuill Ocub r, anil ihai 1 wilt
close my olllce on the Bill of February
M. E. G1UJ88MAN, Dentist.
1411m No. 08 Hott 1. St.
English and German
-lf ISS HOLTK has opened a select
ItX EnglUh and German School for
young children, nhu will aUo give In
struction in German and French, In
classes, or In piivate lesions. Itesl
delicti on ho l.'nst bldo of Maklll street
oppojlio thu l.iuubull Grounds
Ladies Black Hose !
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
i DEAI.KKR IN-
ALL parties indebted to VT. S. Luc
on the iiOth day of September Uit, '
are requested to settlo up their accounts'
at once V. 8. LUCE,
l!y liia attorney-in-fact, Frank liruwn.
Miss S. R. Patch,
Kawaiabao Female Seminary.
Toaclier of Voice & Piano,
la prepared to receive pupils.
Uefcrs, by permission to leadlug pro
fessors of musio iu California, and to
Srevlous experience in teaching iu that
tate. Address as abovo. HO Sw