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KppM' Mill established t the benefit of all,
Hfe MONDAY, i KIJ. -1, 1889.
A SPiSHTED FOREIGN POLICY.
Following is vthnt the N. Y.
"livening l'osl" says in relation to
America's foreign policy:
"Whether Senator Fryc's speech on
the affairs of the Sainoan Islands bo
taken, as part of Mr. Maine's cam
paign for the Mice of Secretary of
Stale, or 011I3 as n sigu of what Mr.
Ulaino's policy would bo, it is north
careful attention. If there Is any
thing settled in our foreign policy,
it is the Used aversion of the coun
try to anythjng like colonial under
takings and complications. Throe
extensive and convenient islands, or
grbups of islands, have been thrown
at our heads in recent years, and
have been rejected, almost with con
tumely. In the case of Santo Do
mingo, the whole power of President
Grant, then at the height of his
popularity, was unavailing to secure
a ratification of his treaty of annexa
tion, or even to 'eeuro the support
of his own party for it. The only
effect of the measures which he em
ployed was to produce a feeling of
bitterness inside the party which led
to the revolt of 187-J. This schism
had its starting point in the attempt
to discipline Senator Sunnier for
his course in opposition to the
treaty, by deposing him from the
Championship of the Committee on
Foreign delations. The ignoble
plan was carried out, but even those
who consented to be the instruments
of Executive vengeance would not
consent to the treaty, nor would
they admit that their course towards
Sumner was based upon his mere
opposition to the treaty : they in
sisted that it was the mode and
manner of his opposition that called
for his displacement. The treaty
had its supporters, but they were so
overborne by a public opinion averse
to the acquisition of foreign terri
tory, especially of the insular sort,
that not even the favorable report
of the special Commission appointed
to visit the island had any percepti
It is hardly necessary to allude to
the rejection of the Island of St.
Thomas after a treaty had been
negotiated with the King of Den
mark to bring that colony into our
possession. Sir. Seward was deeply
humiliated by that affair, and it was
understood that the Danish Govern
ment was scarcely less so. On the
other side of the Continent the Ha
waiian Islands have been dangling
befoie our eyes for half-a-cenlury.
These islands, if any, would be a
valuable acquisition, and might be
had for the trouble of accepting
them, but there has been no public
appetite for them, and there is none
now. The American instinct is
strongly opposed to the acquirement
of distant territory, which is certain
to call for large naval resources and
is liable to produce complications
with European Powers. The in
stinct is perfectly correct and shows
110 signs of abatement at the present
What arc the Sainoan Islands,
about which the present fuss is stir
red up? They are a group of thir
teen locks in the Pacific Ocean,
about 800 miles south of the equa
tor and about 100 miles north of the
,J'"ijis. All but three of them arc
uninhabitable, and these three con
tain a population of not much above
210,000 inhabitants. The position of
the islands is convenient for a coaling
station, and that is the only charac
teristic that gives them any import
ance to any civilized nation. They
arc less important, however, in tins
regard than St. Thomas, Santo
Domingo, or the Hawaiian Islands,
all of which wo have declined to
bring under our juiisdiction when
they were freely offered to us.
Although the specific clmrgo
brought by Senator Krye against
Secretary Hayard Is that he has
(timely allowed our merchants to be
boycotted and our Consul to he in
stilled by Germany, the yenem!
qhtuga is Una wo have allowed
Germany lo ncquito u prt'pondui'at
liiK influence thciu by deposing the
rightful King ami nutting up another
In IiIh plucc. Aucordliitf to Mr.
Fryo'a vlow, Mm dupumul King Imd
i jglit to look to tin fur proiuclloii.
if hs m h right ut Iwik io m fur
UUimiQi), il followN tlmt m wuro
HJ0WDMy 1mui)1 tu 4inich u
Mm fliUOu wilM Um m I'wm
9mA to pi Urn W m idtUtraui
and possibly lo liwolvo ourselves in
a war with Germany. This Avould,
indeed, be a spirited foreign policy.
If Mr. Hlaitio wore Secretary of
State, judging of the fuluie by tho
past, ho would come just as near lo
this programme as he could without
gelling into war. Ho would make a
broil, and got up an alarm, and in
dulge in loud talk, nnd throw busi
ness into confusion for the time
being, nud then make just sufllcicnt
concessions to avoid n breach of the
peace. c want none ol that kind
of "spirit" in our foreign policy.
If Germany has insulted our Consul
or boycotted out merchant, or done
anything else contrary lo the princi
ples of good neighborhood or the
faith of treaties, tho presumption is
that she will make all the amends
that are due from one civilized power
to another. But when it is a ques
tion of deciding who shall be king
of a lot of South Sea Islanders, we
think that the American people will
wisely decline to vote upon that
question at all.
rnoRi'KOTivi: i:onus or roinraunsi:.
(From our I lilo correspondent).
For some months past the Portu
guese in the Ililo district have begun
lo feel that, owing to the policy of the
plantations discharging as far as pos
sible their Portuguese laborers, and
substituting the cheaper Japanese
laboier in their stead, unless they
speedily found some other means of
support, they would soon be reduced
To remedy this state of affairs,
and failing to find other sources of
labor near at hand, suflicientlo sup
port themselves and their families,
at a meeting lately held in Ililo, it
was determined to send a delegate
to the States, (Washington Terri
tory) with a view of selecting a
favorable locality for future settle
ment. During the past week two of the
chosen deputies, Louis Cabral, and
Jouquim Caivalho, have visited, and
canvassed both the Ililo and Hania
kua districts for funds, to enable
this scheme to he carried out. By
to-morrow's steamer, flic above par
tics proceed lo Kohala in further
ance of this emigration.
Hitherto all of the Pottuguese,
even those now employed on- the
plantations, have expiessed their
willingness to join the movement,
and subscribe Ihcprcdoleimiucd rate
of subscription, one dollar.
Mr. Manoel Coneia, an influen
tial, and wealth' Poiiugtie'sp mer
chant, has been nominated delegate
to proceed lo the States, as soon as
tin. tL-lipinc ib matured ; ami should
his report be favorable, a ship will
be chartered immediately, and the
emigration take place en masse.
In conversation with many of the
more intelligent Portuguese it was
learned, fluff1 the Homesteads Act
did not help them, there being so
much vexatious delay, and piocras
tination on the part of the Govern
ment. Some said that even if they bad
"a homestead," and worked it for
all it was wotth, no market was
forthcoming for their produce, and
further that bad loads, no roads,
and high freight all militated against
Others said, that as the planters
and the Government were virtually
one, no assistance could be looked
for, and temporising was useless.
Willi such views as these, it is not
to he wondered, that the Portuguese
see no other alternative, but t leave
the country. This emigration move
ment, if carried out, may mean the
depaiture of two thousand souls,
more or less, fiom this Island.
The folloTViug news items are
from the -Zi'o Jlccorcl of January
22d and 29th :
On Sunday the l.'Hh inst., a store
belonging lo a Chinaman at Kukui
hacle, Ilaiuakun, was burnt. A
total loss. It was wo hear heavily
insuied. No cause for the fire as
we can learn. The Insurance Com
panies should he 011 the lookout, as
the Heathen Chinese is not slow to
find where his money can ho made
the most easily.
Since the 8th of this month the
canes belonging to the "Ilalawa.
Slill" Kohala, have been set on lire
not less than six limes, up to last
week Sunday. No great damage
has been done. A. small Portuguese
boy 9 years old (a hard littlo "nut"
however), was caught the other day
running mvny fiom tho place, where
11 lire had been started, and was
arrested. Suspicion points ery
btrongly to other parties and one
native will probably soon bo put
on trial for tho offence.
Sir. Anhford Spencer is tho now
Uopitty Sherilf for Kohala and has
entered upon his duties there.
Two pulieoiiicii last week Imd ar
rested u notorious lepur nl Klholo,
Konn, and wore ttikinj; him ovor to
the Jail ul Knlliia, when he broke
away fiom them nnd tried to mil
flM'OSd Ollli (if IllObli I'OMfjh "An"
lloiw, but tlm lliliij,' from Iho envoi'
vornnfllin pollen ndinniiMiud him
tu hull, wlihji lie did, mid niiii iiynln
lulion Inio uliiuuii ami nl hut ufnly
luijgN ill Hiu Lnpvr iluil mily U) lie
ttllOHUll, I lll lliullli U) PiDttjii), by, 11
jirolmhly, brihuil JuJl lww, Tlie
Jull mm will lit BiTMiuii mu
BaUaUti Aim, kuj now mum
in m my m, Mkmikm
re many lepers running loose.
Under Iho ne- law, Uiey arc be
coming less and less in number, as
the weeks go by.
A small boy was severely wound
ed in the head by a stone, thrown
up into a pride of India tree, Ivy a
fellow school hoy, for Iho purpr-
Ul KllllCl.lUjr Oil IHO Iiptl H00118. .il
its fall il struck the first named boy
and cut a jagged wound two inches
long on the lop of his head, which
however resulted in nothing serious.
George 11. Williams, formerly
manager of the Star Mills of Ko
hala, has taken charge of the Kua
loa (we believe) Plantation, on
Knlloek, the general telephone
operator at Kohala, wc understand,
intends to take unto himself a wing
wherewith to lly into the cmpiic of
nmtiimony. Good luck go with you.
Lot the oilier "operators" go and
The Kilauca Hon brought up the
roller for the Wainaku Mill and was
fortunate in Inning a smooth time in
landing it. The attention of the
"Ililo Tax Board" is called to the
fact that the now steel shaft put in
by the Ililo Sugar Co. last year, at
n' heavy cot, was the one that they
said "made the Mill as good as
new" and refused to allow a ten or
fifteen per cent reduction on Ma
chinery, for wear and tear, per an
num. Only a few days grinding on
this crop, broke the said shaft and a
new one lias had to be put in in its
place ; showing that the estimate
that all practical machinists make
as to the annual depreciation of mill
machinery, putting it at tcn or
fifteen per cent, is none loo high.
METEOROLOGICAL RECORD FOR JANU
AT U A.M. I.OC.M. 'IIMi:.
Tcmpcratmc Itnromctcr 70.8
Uncorrected ltaroinetur Itcaillug.fiO.'JO'.l
Con cited Karomeler lte:iliii....:i0.1Ul
'reiniieratiuo. drv bulb 7t.'J
' wot " tM.'J
Dew point (i-.t
Jlelatlvu humidity nn.a
IClaslie force (if aqueous npor ."U1.'
AT 'J V. M. l.OCAI. TIMU.
'J'eniperaluie Ibcometui' 72.(1
Uncorrected J!:i'-omcter Jte:i'lIng.:i0.1S!
(Iiu reeled liaroiuclci' Heading. .. iiO.ll'J
Tcmpcrattuu. div bulb 0S.7
' wet " IS 1.3
Dew point (il.l!
1'clntivc humidity 77. "
i:i:i-tie fmee of iiiioou vapor . ."t.'i
Maximum thermometer 71). 7
.Minimum thermometer (il.l
Jfaintallaspi'r l"ltiiiinneleiiiiebe-) l.'J70
r.xTKi'.Mi.s run mon'iii.
Bighc-t collected liar, leading. '.iO.'iU
on the "JjIIi at !) a. m.
Lowest corrected 15, ir. reading, L'0.'.i"2
on the (!tb at !l A. M.
Ilijjhc-l leniperatuto in shade, 81.5
nu tlu; ritli.
I,nwet temperatiuo in sliade, .VJ
on the 22ml.
firenlosl daily l.-iinfall, .450 Indict.
CURIOSITIES OF FICURCS,
A vciy curious number is 1-12,857,
wliicli iiHitiplicd by 1, 2. 11, !, fi, or
0, gives the ianie figures in the same
order, beginning at a different point,
but if multiplied by 7, gives all
nines : Multiplied by 1 it equals H2,
8,"7, multiplied by 'l equals 285,71-1,
multiplied by !1 equals 128,751 mul
tiplied by A equals 571,128, multi
plied by 5 equals 71-1,285, multiplied
by 0 equals 857,112, multiplied by
7 equals 999,99!). Multiply M2,
857 by eight and you have 1,1-12,-85G.
Then add the first figure to
the last, and you have 142,857, the
oiiginal number, the figures exactly
tlie same as at the start. Another
mathematical wonder is the follow
ing: It is discovered that the mul
tiplication of 9 8 7 C 5 4 ,5 2 1 by
45 gives -4-1, 11, -It, -M, -it, -15. Be
versing the order of the digits and
multiplying, 1 2 3 1 5 G 7 8 9 by -15,
we get a result equally curious, 5,
555, 555, 505. If ne lake 12 3-1
5 G 7 8 9 as the multiplicand, and
intcrehanginging the figures of 45,
take 54 as the multiplier, G, CGG,
GGG, GOG. Beturning to tlie multi
plicand, 9 8 7 G 5 4 ; 2 1, and tak
ing 54 as the multiplier again, we
get 53, 333, 333, 31 all 3's except
the first and last figures, which to
gether lead 51 the multiplier.
Taking tlie same multiplicand and
27, the half of 51, as the multiplier,
wu get a product of 2d, (GG, GuO,
GG7 all G's except the first and last
figures, which together read 27, the
multiplier. Now interchanging tlie
order of the figures 27 and using 72
as the multiplier, 9 8 7 G 5 4 3 2 1
as the muliiplic-nnd, wc get a pro
duct of 71, 111, 1 11, 112, all ones
except the first and kibt figures which
read together 72 the multiplier.
Mourunl of Fducatiuu.
1 ... . t
SUDDEN LOSS OF TAITH.
Dr. Pill (at medical meeting)
What's the matter with Dr. Physio
to night ? lie appears to bo in a tcr
riblo bad humor nothing but impa
tience, irascibility and slurs every
timo tho wonderful progress of med
ical science in mentioned,
Dr. Powdur--He liaslmd rheuma
tism for the last .six weeks, and all
his brother phyhioians who wcrocall
oil in only made it worse.
UJU.,1,"-.' - .L -Ul
HO YELL AT VASSAI1.
Kirtit ViiMsar Studoiil Say, yirle,
tlinni'B one thluy; wo'vo foioll(iib
AVe haven't any cnllc,fi ynll, All
cujliijjdn lut vt will, you know,
Nnumiii hIimUiiI Vliy, of oouro,
Ntrmiuu wu nu vtir llioiijjlit of j,
l.cU' liuvo on".
Third tttudrnt JliiU ilan'j, gun
liOH' wu ciiii veil without Uklllg till)
yum uut ul our uiauHjn.
KuUJlU Wudtiul- U' Jul Ul pl
LUAU AT WAIKIKI.
Sunday nftei noon n luau In Ha
waiian fashion was given In Mr.
Henry F. Poor at Manilla, Kapiolani
Park, In honor of Mr. ami Mis. 1?.
L. Stevenson and party. The
guests having spent several rntnlhs
among the islands of tho South
seas wero pieparod to relish native
cookery, and though, owing to the
delicate health of Mr. Stevenson,
his paily was nccc3snry limited, it
was none the less enjoyable.
The feaxt was ptnely Hawaiian
there behm no foicign dish upon the
table. Aside from pig, fish, and
fowls, roasted underground, were
many strange edibles: pu-pu, opihi,
two kinds of opae, koclcpalau, and
kulolo, taio and sweet potato poi,
besides others, all beautifully ar
ranged upon a bed of fern leaves.
The party consisted of His Ma
jesty the King, II. H. II. Liliuoka
lani. Mr. J. W. IJoberlson, Sir. and
Mrs. 1?. L. Stevenson, Sirs. SI. I.
Stevenson, Sir. Lloyd Osbottrnc,
Capt. Otis, Sir. A. AV. liiuhardson,
SIrs.Brown, Sliss Brickwood, Sliss
White, Sliss Fitzsiinnions, Sir.
Henry Poor, Sir. and Sirs. Strong,
Sliss Julia Hunt, and Mrs. C. F.
After the feast Sirs. Stevenson
presented His Slajesly with a rare
golden pearl brought Iroin the Low
Archipelago, while Mr. Stevenson
read the following lines:
The Silver Shin, my king, that was her
In tho bright islands whence your father.-,
The Silver Ship, at rc-t fiom wind and
lielow your palace, in your harbour
And the 'ca-fa'cis'lt'iigsiifo on Miovp,
Like eager merchant, count their tea
Mii os o'er.
One gift they find, one strange and
Now doubly picclnus. since it ple.ised a
The right, my liege, is ancient as the
I vie ,
For liaid- to ,ive to kings what kings
'Ti mine to offer, for Appollo's ake;
And .liiee the gilt N lilting, vmus to
To golden hands the golde i peail 1
The Oee.ui jewel to the l-lnml King.
Apply immediately to
O. I'KKWLIt & CO.
1J Uuuaii'iu I -1'itici 1-1 iho innlicr
ol tin- banlv'Uile' of G. Aloug, of Kai
lua, I ma, Jbiwaii:
Cie li'ors of the Miid linnkrilpt are
heieby i.oiitiLil lo come in and prove,
their debts hefore tueli Junice ot tlie
Supreme (Joint us shall he sittinj: in
Cliimiliem si Allioluni Hale. Honolulu,
on MOXDAT, l!ie ll'liday nl Kcljiuuy,
lfcf, lietween the liouit. o"t 10 o'clock in
tlie Internum ami noon of the tuid day,
and elect uue or mine assignees of Hie
s-iiil b tnkiiipi's estate.
Uy tlie Couit.
I1KNRY SMII11, Cloik.
Honolulu, Feb. 1, lSJ. 1(5:1 cod
DK. IJAY has icmovdl hi" lcMdencc
totlie"I)icks.oii I'K-inUfs," No 4')
berctani.i stieet, oppusiie Garden Lane,
and his nllice lo the collage adjoining.
llonso To Let.
mjta rPlIE 2-Stoiy Dwelling niiii.
r&fr ",e'' "" ",r e,lbt' f,()rn';r
KSSiSlof Foil and Uen'tanin stiects,
lately occupied l.y Dr. I- H. Day. For
partfcul.tis inquire of Di. Day or nl tho
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGKNUY.
Cotlaso For Salo Chciii.
1 -STOHY Collage,
X new, eoniaiiiiii"
" ilmliier-iooin, 4 bedroom , kit
chen, butliioom and wiitur-cloTt, verjn
das, stnblc, wapon-shed, chicken house
nnd yaid, (loner garden, tic. Lot ilSx
100 feet, and leased lot ndjoininn 75x7-1
feet. Situate nl Kupalama, mauka bidu
of King sit eel. Apply ut
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Fui'iiishud Lodging House.
ONG eslaltlished in a de.
I J u.tiilil.. Ii.o.illlv i i, liiHin
gJ lulu, with U'U'xuircil leaieof
3'rC years al low icnlal is oll'med, (on
hi count of ill. health), without bonus, lo
paity Imyiiu; Ihe l multure nt a fair
valuation. 'Ilieic uie l looinsouthc
piemihcj well fuinihhcd, yielding a
iiamlsoine levenuo Apply al
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGKNOY.
Part nor Wanted.
PAISTV linviiiK ex)crience in n
vi iv piontiiblc budiic- uml small
o.iplial, wlslita lo meet paily with capi
tal and Lvucinl Inislne-K o.pmieuco lo
invest lih ndvortibfii, cither ns bpeohil
or t'eneiAl iaitner Apply at
HAWAIIAN IIL'SINKSS AGENCY.
!-!, HACKFELD & CO.
Auction Sales by Lewis J, Levey.
d's Sail of
11 Y Older of .June t'ninpbdl, I will
J sill nl Public Am lioii,nt my Bali r.
looms, on Queen lre.t,
On THURSDAY, Iho 7th day of Feb
l l!i uVlnr! 1109:1 nl Hint ilny
Tho fnllnwiiiir puipi'iir disdained for
lent Irnm the s'ore of .V. M. Bewett.
Tho propcrlj dUlratneil being
OJN'IC LA. I CCS-12
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Honolulu, Jan. It), 1F81. lot til
J- - L",1 I '.'J. I 'J..tFJ,UlL.-A '.I
Lessee L. .1 Levey.
Manager Wilson it t'nnieii.ti.
State Mmi.tfior . W. Fibrin.
For One Night Only
Saturday, Feb. 9th,
WILSON & CAMERON'S
American & European Artists,
Will make their first and only ap-
peariince pieion.s lo tlieir de.
p u line lor uu Franeijco.
Tills Company is composed of the
i;ieaii". army ot taltnt tluit ever up.
iciml leioie. an cullghtcneil )ill)lic,
and consist of
1VlIou & Cameron,
Hie Ci nxdy Team of Hie Woild. The
The Wonders ol ihe IDili Uentury in
their yieat net '!."? Homines
J'IInoii A i:i-i-ol,
Tlie Moil Finished Vocalists A; Comedy
EImh .tiny Cameron.
Iho Queen of Seiio Comiipie it
The lieauliful Cunliallo,
3JisH l.ee l'.ui-lc.
Tho Maivelous tlie (iicat, tlie Only
"Ioiin. !o ('ouelie.
From tlie Clique de I'aiip.
I'iilOliW iih UMUABi.
Hex plan will open at L. J. I.eoy's
ollti e, eoiiiei l-'uil and Queen sti eels, on
Tiiursd.-y moinini;, al ft o'clock. 1G2 if
The First Operatic Concert
Of the above Company will take
place- in t'.e
Eawaiian Opera House
Thursday, Feb. 7th,
AT S O'CLOCK I. M.
fr'Iotou'N Olininilnc Operu In Four
Or, The Mart of Richmond.
IN FULL COSTUMES !
CSTUclwucn each Act, I'lano Hecital
by M. llcrl, and Violin Solo by Heir
EST Season Tickets of 0 uights, ns
sy.oo, m.o t s l.cio
Now on hale nl Ihe office of J. E. Brown
& Co., 'J8 Merchant Hlieet. 107 Id
rPIIB mauagcineiit of ilie Opera "Pn.
J lienee," lo be pet formed at tlie
Opera House on Thurhdny i!Ut inst ,
nnd on Saturday, the 2nd pros., dcbire
to make Known tluit, villi the view of
nllbidlug facilities ton greater number,
u limit will ho lixid ul ten tickets for
each po'foimunce for uny one person,
and In no case will names ho taken ut
tlm box office prior to the timo an
noiiuued for tho leAiilnr bale of tickets.
Valuable Jiit For Sale.
rpilAT Loi uml IIoum! nil
Il X joining I)r .Minei'h icbl.
ileuoe on Uuioii Ktreet, oppu.
xlto the HritUh Cluh. 'WiU
Loi (MeudH ihimiiih to (Jar.
don J, uue, ami in convenient in tho lnml.
ni'- pin of tho oliy. Apply nl HiU
ollho, 1(10 !iiv
KOlt HA Mi),
! TIII'.HB will ho k
M$m '"irilnn, liy iho
VSV ,, iluouiuwli 1 Hi
I lua nl-
iihiii, ileuoiuwli 1 IIiiIIiIIiik
l.lll, kllQVkll Ullllll "Ih'tMillllUll
l.oi,' .ll;llpi ul lluluilnl, ijuul- Mulu
Mill IiiUm uluim ul ihu I'uitliim ilmuo. in
UhImiIuI,i1 '4 u'tilm Dunn, IMifUity
ck in rra in fmm ra -s
Usf HH Hh 0 y t' K
1 ngin$yi.tf u
EO R ONE
-WE WILL SELL
Our $2.i0 TavasolH for 81.25.
Our S:J.5() 1'arasols iiir $3.00.
Our Sl.ilO Pawisols lor $2.75.
Our S5.50 Parasols for Stf.tfO.
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces,
NOW IS YOUR TIME TO PURCHASE
Prices we parentee
Mran of Races
March 16th, 1889
Kapiolani Park i
No. 1. Kunnin;; Knee, Jf ini'o dash,
1'iie Forlluw.tiinn trod
litis.'s, -1 years old, to rany llfi
No. 2. liunniiig Hace, 1 mile dash,
Piize Tor Hawaiian hied
horses up to Oyciirs old, to curry
1 ID pounds.
No. !!. Tioliine; and P icing liace, 1
mile ibili, Piie Kor IK.
waiiaii tired hoi'e--, !l years old,
lo lmine-ss nnd lo rules.
No. -1. Itunnitig ttace. Tf mile il:i,b,
I'riye For Il.iw.iiinn bird
bnires under 7 years old, calcli
No. 5 Trotting Knee, 1 mtl.- nod ie-
ieU, Piiu Uoulile. Ieaui.
Fiee lo ul).
No. C liuniiing Il-icu f mile d.is-h,
Prixe Kpi H:naiinn lind
hmcs, 2 y ems old, iiuih
7. Uieycle Huce,
No. 8. Hnnniiig U'lee, mils dusli,
Pii7.e For lltiwaiUm hred
lini.se, 4 ycuis old, catch
No. 9. Tiotting Ibiee lo HoulO.ut. 1
mllti d.is-h, Piie For 11--
wiiiism hreil hoes. Frt-o to till.
No. 10. Kunning lJnre, 1 mile dash,
Prize For Hawaiian hied
hoircs, 5 jtars old, o c.ui. 115
No. 11. Tiotting Hace, 1 mile dash,
Prize For nil horses that
never beat 3 minutes.
No. 12. Pony Knre, 1 mile dash, Piizc
For Hawaiian bred
ponies, !! cn old, not ovei 14
No. 1!). Trotting Haco to ltoud Curt, 1
mile dash, Pri.o Fiee to
No. 14. Hunning Huce, 1J mile dnsh,
Prize Free lo till.
All prizes will he paid to Killers or
Drlveii-. Cup to owners. No Piotu3
bionnl Jockeys allowed.
Entries to be uncle before Saturday,
March U, 18t!), ul 4 r. m.
ts?" Huhjict to clinnges.
J. A. CUfIViBNS.
Honolulu, January 10, in'J. 1 1-1 1
J )Y u Young (iriiimu CJiil to do gen.
J ernl homework. Apply corner of
Alukcu nud Mcit-haul sliced., No. 59,
Boat at a .Bargain.
1710K side, on account of the Hyu
. chilli's depiu lure, a Funny Liitlo
(Jig, 1H luel long, copper fnsleueil, with
bnibs rowloelis mid linings ihioughoui;
4 nnii, iiuisl lied hooiu. ' Heady lor ill),
uiedliilu lue. Apph to
J. A. UOWKII,
rihiplmildlug Viud, in-iir i''lnh Miirhct.
THEO. P. SEVERING
lliu liil.ou llio hiliiilio fnriueily oiinpleil
liy A, a. Muiiuiiio, iiiiiii'iof HIliK
mill l-'uil iii'nu, mid in no-
uiiei to liilto
IMCTUnas IN ANY 8TYteB
Uailjufite $0 u Bfii. WoK UMjauUfid,
ti rau itw 31
EOlt ONE WEEIC-
for (to Wioi ouly !
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
The Leadin": Millinery House.
liiiwiiiimi TVamwaYs Co,
Easlwaid Cars. Vcslward Cars.
gr h ! fs S a
p -5- e5- ESS gg 13-
A. II. A. M. A. M. ' A. M. A. M. A. M.
r.:io n.'o coo B.20
c:io 0 no 7.00 7.K0
7.10 7.1.0 7.S0 7.10 7.30 7.60
7 30 7.50 8.00 8.20
8.10 8.30 S.50 8.10 S.30 8.S0
8.30 . S'.nO 1 1 9.00 0.20
9.10 ti.ao a no . 0.10 ii.ro 9.00
ti.no Jt.ro I " 10.00 10.20
10 10 10.30 I0.ro I 10.10 10.30 10.CO
10.30 lO.'ili I
11.10 11.30 ll.f.O , '11.10 11.30 11.00
I'. .M. I". M. P. M. I P. M. P. M. P. If.
12.10 12.30 12..10 12.10 12.30 12.C0
12.30 12.no 12.D0 1.10
1.10 1.30 J .51) 1.10 1.00 1.20
2.10 2.30 2..")0 2.10 1.30 l.fiO
3.10 3.30 3.50 3.10 2.30 2.50
3.30 3.50 3.30 3.50
4.C0 4.20 4.00 4.20
4.10 4.30 4.50 4.10 4.30 4.50
5.05 5.25 5.05 5.25
5.15 5.35 5.55 3.15 5.35 5 15
5.35 5.55 G.05 6 '5
11.15 0.35 0.55 (1.15 C.35 G.C5
0.35 0.55 7.05 7.25
7.15 7.35 7.55 7.15 7.35 7.55
7.35 7.55 8.05 8.25
8.15 8.35 8.55 S.lo 8.35 8.55
S.35 S.55 0.05 9.25
0.15 0.35 0.55 9.15 9.35 9.55
10.05 10.25 1U.03 10.25 10.45
Fares Irom Palama lo Punahou St. : 5c.
" " " Waikikl : 10c.
B63fVailciki passengers must travel
on the through curs or they will have to
change cars at the Itillc Hnnge and take
a fresh ticket.
An extra car service will commence
to.dny nnd will be continued until fur
ther notice, as follows: From the Rifle
llungc at 11.31 u. ni., 12.50 and 4.31
p. in.; and limn Pulnma ut 12.00 noon,
4.00 and G.05 p. in.
The traveling public aro respectfully
informed that the curs used for the
Wuikiki service uio painted BLUE.
It is pmtle.u1.irly requested that in the
event of any incivility on the pnrt of
the Compan's servants a complaint be.
promptly lodged at tho Centra Ofllce,.
giving the number ol the car, the direc
tion in which it was traveling, and the
time of day at which the occurrence
look pluco. 158 U
The Best Company
Life Insurance Co.,
OF NlfiW YOKK.
Richard A. McCurdy, President.
Tho Lorrje6t Company in tho World
The Oldo&t Company In tho U, S,
It Gives the Most Liberal Polloies
Pays tho LurjieM PivItlonUs,
OIii jhjIiJ In, liiilloy ImhliirH In Ida
IJuniilhii) llmnli, iliiilng tlm
m Inn ywn,
ytf l'w i 'i'i mil It in