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HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hack Bland : Merchant and Fort
Btrcet. Telephones, 035.
TUESDAY, FUH. 12, 1889.
S S Australia for San I'rnuel'-co nt noon
Stmr Miktihahi (or Kniuil at 5 p m
Stmr LlkellLo for JMiiul and way ports
at 5 p m
Stinr W U Hull for I.ahnliui, Mnnlacn,
Konn. Knu and tlio Volcano at 10
o'clock n in
Stmr Kiluuc.i Hon for Hawaii
Schr I.uka for Koliala
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
SchrJlniy for Iuuiat
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Jas JIakoc l'JOO hgs sugar.
Kehr Ka Mol MHO bgs sugar.
Sehr Kaiikcaoull 21U0 bg-j sugar.
Schr Kulanianu '2100 bg sugar.
Schr Mary 1H00 bgs sugar.
Schr llalcakala ltloO bgs sugar.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Mud is plentiful.
VniVATi: pnpila nro wanted.
CAMPonni.i.o conceit to-night.
Wai.tkk Dillingham has
tho Coast to recuperate.
Tin: Kainohainchn schools opened
yesterday for a. now term.
Miss Ackeiman lcctuics tit tho
II. C. A. hull this evening.
E. Lycan left on the Australia en
loute to Washington territory.
Tin: dillctent engine companies
will hold banquets this evening.
The Oato Mway &
Incorporated Under the Laws of tlio
The Klniiu and Lcluui arc due to
morrow. The Am baikontiiic H G Wilder, Capt
A 11 Paul, sidled Feb 11th for San
Francisco with 17,ii45 bags sugar weigh
ing 2,001 .Dill pound-!. The shippers
were F A Schaeler & Oo, 0,S0o bugs
sugar; Theo 11 Davics & Co.2,0U0 bags
biig.ir; Castle & Cooke.I 500 bags sugar,
(!. Brewer & Co. 7,150. Domestic value,
900, 1J 2.74.
March 1st Mr. J. F.
sell ten shares of l'aia
Don't trespass on tho Kulionou
lands if you desire to keep peace with
Tun Government, diplomatic and
consular lings aie Hying to-day in
honor of Accession D.tv.
Tm: U. S. fc. Alert and If. 1). M. S.
Connornnt were gaily diossod with
bunting in honor of Accession Day.
A st'i:ciAi. term of tho Supicme
Court for tho hunting of banco cases
only will bo held Monday, Maich 11.
nnsT issuu to covek the entiue
r-iioi'Eirry or Tin: company, in
cluding 15 mii.es or uaii.way and
equipment 5250 shakes or the
pais value or if 100 run siiakk.
(Subscription Lists will be
until March lo, Je?8.9.)
TIIKEE DEATHS I'UOM THE
The funcial of tho late Etigcuo
Zoolt takes place at half past tluce
o'clock this afternoon, from the Ro
miin Catholic Cathcdial.
Mr. Eugene Zoetl who was so
badly burned in the gasoline explo
sion at the Beaver saloon, died last
evening at ten minutes past ten
o'cloclc,at the Queen's Hospital. At
midnight Wong Sang, one of the
waiters, breathed his last. This
morning at twenty minutes past
eight o'clock the list was further in
creased, by the death of Chang
King, the cook. Mr. Nolte passed
a comfortable night, and it is prob
able that his injuries are not of a
The explosion and the death of
Mr. Zoetl have caused quite a gloom
over the city. Zoetl was held in
much respect for his invaiiably
affable manner and gentlemanly
bearing. He had been quite a long
time in the employ of Mr. Nolte and
was always excecdingrypolitcand at
tentive to the patrons of the Beaver
saloon. He was a native of Land
shut in Baraiia, and would have
been thirty-four years of age on
Thursday. His parents are dead,
but he .leaves a brother and two sis
ters to mourn his loss. Zoetl was a
well educated man and quite a lin
guist, speaking no less than five
languages. About an hour after
his admission to the hospital he
sent for Mr. II. F. Glade, Consul
for Germany, and then executed his
last will and testament, naming Mr.
John F. Hackfeld, executor. He
felt that he could not get over his
injuries, and expressed himself as
fully resigned to meet his death, as
it would put an end to his sufferings
which at times during the evening
were very gieat. The funeral of the
deceased will take place this after
noon at 3:30 o'clock from the Ko
man Catholic Cathedral.
St. Valentine's day conies next
Thursday, tho 1-ltli iust. Messrs.
King Bios., Hotel sheet, have a lino
stock on band of Cupid's messages.
Mil. Isaac Damon, biother of the
late Dr. S. C. Damon, who has been
visiting in tho islands tho past two
mouths, left on the Australia to-day.
Tin: lino bark S. C. Allen sails for
San Francisco on Thursday. She
has superior accommodations for
passengers. Biower it Co. aro agents.
Tenders for building court houses
at Koohwlo.i, O.ilui, and Kailua,
North ICona, Hawaii, should be sent
in to the Inlei ior Office to-monow
by 12 o'clock noon.
A Chinaman known around town
as Jim, a member of China Engine
Company No. 5, died on Sunday, and
was buried on Monday, lie was in
the employ of the Honolulu Water
Works for a long time.
This evening tlio Canipobello
troupo will give their second conceit
in the Hawaiian Opeia House, with
a VLiy attractive progi limine. Ke
FCivcd seats can be obtained at the
office of J. E. Brown it Co.
LAST NIGHT'S PERFORMANCE.
There was another large audience
at the performance by the Wilson
and Cameron specialty company last
evening. With the exception of the
last piece, the programme was dif
ferent fiom that given Saturday
evening. The Donaldbon brothers
again made quite a hit.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Concert by Campobello troupe, at
Opera House at 8 p. in.
Drill 'Co. B Honolulu Rides, at
Excelsior Lodge No. 1, I. JO.
George W. DcLong Post No.
G. A. R., at 7:30.
Court Lunalilo No. GG00 A.
Foresters at 7:30.
Temperance address at Y. M.
A. by Miss Ackciman at 7:30.
The Post Olllce despatched by the
Australia 3,292 letters and 1,571
packages of papers. This nukes
0,055 letters and 2,054 packages of
papers sent abroad since Saturday.
JOHN F. SMITH'S OPINION.
Emiou Bulletin: The Wilson
& Cameron SpccialtyCo.had another
full house last night, their patrons
being rewarded for their apprecia
tion of the first night's performance
by getting the same show instead of
tho promised entire chango of pro
gramme. Thus sa3's the organ of the "fam
ily compact 1" Not that I care a
snap, or cvena half of adozen snaps
whether or not tho faultless "fam
ily" thinks so, but in justice of de
serving talent, in the name of fair
'play to the best show that ever
came here it makes one's"tired ache"
to read such perverted truth in a
newspaper which claims to be the
leading journal of the day.
Now as a matter -)f fact the com
pany did give an entire change of
programme, with the exception of
the afterpiece, which in every ono's
opinion ought to have been repeat
ed, being us it was full of novel hits
and brimful of humor.
This report of the 1 C. A. sim
ply rellects upon itself. It either
shows ignorance on tho part of tho
reporter or petty spite of tho editor
which latter at the best is a deplora
ble exhibit of manliness, and is
bound to recoil upon the paper ad
vocating such policy.
In conclusion let mo say this, that
the bhow of Messrs. Wilson & Cam
eron is the best that this town has
over seen for seven years,
of my sojourn in tho Paradise of the
l'acilie, and saying this I claim to
kuow something of tlie snow uusi
ness, having been there myself, al
thougu for a short lime,
In short to tho P. O. A. belongs
the jionor to claim and enjoy tho
motto "lioni soil qui nwl y peuse."
The second concert by tho Campo
bello Combination will be given this
evening, when a most attractive pro
gramme will be presented. It is as
Grand Duo for Violin and Piano
Ail s Vaiics lici lot
Operatic Scene f i oni Martha in Costume
By .Mr. C'liaile-. Tlnower, the Po
pular Opera Tenor.
Uiun-j' Famous Duo
Ye ISmiks and lliaes of Uonnln Doon
Mi'-s Grace I'oitcr and fcignor
Selection of the Krui-iirceu Ballads...
Kihin Giove, InThe Gloaming, The
Head Bowed Down and Home, Sweet
Grand Operatic Selection from La Tra
vlata Miss Grace Porter.
Operatic Selection from Le Jllgolctto
Miss Grace Porter and Slguor Cain
pobullo. Also, by rcipiebl Trio fiom Ernaul
M Us G i ace Poller, Slguor Campo
bello and C'has. Thrower.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
The Oceanic Company's Steamship
Australia sailed shortly after noon
for San Francisco. There was a
large number of people on the wharf
to witness her dcpaiture despite the
rain. Tho Hawaiian Band was there
and played several lively scctions.Thc
passengers by tho Australia in tho
cabin were: Mrs. J. I. Dowsett,
Mrs. do Britvillc, Miss E. Lamb,
Rev. I. Goodell, Walter Dillingham,
Mr. Crocker, Mr, and Mrs. Cameron
and child, Mr. and Mrs. Filson and
child, F. and L. Donaldson, J. W.
Wilson, Arthur Turlon, G. W.
Roby, F. W. Metcalfe, G. B. Roby,
O. W. Merrill, H. G. Parke, Hon.
A. Young and wife, J. A. Lowe, M.
Postewaite, Geo. II. Dole, Miss
A. Chapiu, II. It. .Hitchcock, Mrs.
Meycrtian and daughtor, Miss L.
Mayer, J. F. Raber, wife and child,
and 71) in tho steerage. The Austra
lia took a full cargo of domestic
produce including 22,351 bags of
bugar and -1,472 bunches of bananas,
Many u. boy iluds it easier to con
test his father's will after the old
man is dead than when ho was alive.
The stock will bo hold by mem
bers of the Company until a portion
of the bonds are redeemed.
The Company also propose lo is
sue 6300,000 of 7 per cent, bonds,
secured as a (list charge or moit-
gago upon the entire properly and
undertaking of the Company. The
bonds arc offered for public sub
scription, at par, in denominations of
$25, S100, S500 and S1000. The
amount subscribed will be payable
as follows: 20 per cent, on applica
tion, and the balance in four equal
payments on the following dates :
April 1st, May 1st, June 1st and
Jul' 1st, 1880. It is proposed to
issue the loan in bonds of the fol
lowing scries: A B and C ; the
amount of each series being S100,
OOo Series A will be redeemable
at the option of the Company any
time after two years from their date,
and not to exceed ten years. Series
B will be redeemable at the option
of the Company after four years
and within ten years of their date.
Series C will be redeemable at the
option ot the company alter six
years, and not to exceed ten years
from their date. Inteicst will ac
crue from the dates of the payments
of the installments, and will bo pay
able on the first of January and the
first of July each year.
ori'iCEUs and Dinr.cTons.
Hon. W. It. Castle President
Hon1 J. I. Dowsett
Hon. W. C. Wilder
Geo. C. Williams, Esq. .. .Secretary
Hon. M. P. Robinson Treasurer
Hon. W. F. Allen Auditor
Directors: S. C. Allen, It. Lewers
and Thos. It. Walker.
Will be found at the banks of Bishop
& Co. and Claus Sprockets & Co.,
and also at the olliec of the Com
pany, second lloor of the new firc
pioof building, opposite the Post
office, on Mci chant street, where the
Treasurer or Secretary will be found
ready to receipt for subscriptions
between the hours of !) and 12 a.
m. and 1 and 1 p. m. every day,
Printed circulars issued by the
Company, for the purpose of the
formation of Clubs, whose member!!
may desire to subscribe for bonds
to be redeemed by the Company in
payment for land when the road is
completed, will please note that
such circulars are signed by the
Secretary, Mr. Geo. C. Williams,
and numbered. Those holding the
lists and soliciting subscribers will
be notified at once by the Treasurer
as soon as completed, upon receipt
of which Ihe subscribers will be no
tified at once by the Treasurer to
call at the office of the Company
aud pay the amount of first install
ment. All subscriptions not seemed
by the first payment on or befote
the fifteenth of' Maich, 1880, will be
cancelled. Subscribers to bonds
will have first choice of lands sold
This Compairy is formed foi the
purpose of constructing a line of
railway between the City of Hono
lulu and the District of Ewa, on the
Island of Oahu, and to extend 'the
same at their pleasure to any pait
of said Island, south-west of the
Koolau range of mountains, and
west of Honolulu, and to work such
lino when completed, with all the
rights and privileges conveyed by
Special Act, 1888, to IS. P. Dilling
ham, including tho exclusive right
to operate Steam Railroad or Rail
roads for the "Pearl River Line,"
for a term of twenty years, during
which time all propcity fairly neces
sary to tho reasonable construction,
maintenance and operation of such
road or loads shall bo exempt from
The following is a libt of property
which will become bccurily for tho
issuo of First Mortgage Bonds lo tlio
amount of 8300,000.
Fifteen miles of railway with 301b
steel rails, ohia tics, and first-class
equipment of rolling slock, includ
ing two American locomotives and
nineteen cars. Not less than six
stations and car sheds; right of way
for railway j thirty miles fencing in
track; 2,010 acres of land in fee,
perfect title ; 18,000 acres under
lease for nearly twenty years ; six
teen miles new o-wiro lencing en
closing the above land; 1,000 head
of cattle; 50 head horses running
upon said land; and the steamer
The laud in fee has a frontage of
one and a half miles on tho Govern-
ment ioi. The Ijh.i C'omt llorso
slanda upon the property. The
leased land adjoins the land in feo
on both sides, making a total fron
tage along the road of three miles
a distance nearly equal to that be
tween Oahu College and Knmcha
mcha School. This beautiful stretch
of country overlooks Pearl Harbor,
the northern shore of which is only
a few minutes' walk from that por
tion which 'we intend to lay off into
building lots. Artesian water will
be furnished at Government rates.
The streets will all be wide not
less than eighty .feci, and sonic will
be one hundred feet in width. The
railway will lead near the front of
the property. If half this property
should be sold at the price property
sold at on Kulaokahua Plains several
years ago, when there was less
money in the country than now, the
sale of laud will equal the whole
bonded debt. This we do not expect
Will the railroad pay? The fol
lowing is the freight now offered:
Rice and padily now grown at
Hun eipiaN (i.uOO'ous per
annum at 61 'J. 9 7,500 00
C0,000 bundle- banana", eon-
ti oiled by lion. M. P.
Robhion utlOc 0,000 00
Sundiy fi eight 2,500 00
Down neigiii. (i,ouo, "ay i.uuu uu
Pas-cngerTrallle We. ui e told
by Me-MN, Slug Chong it
Co. and others that theie
arc 1,000 lice glower-, at
Ewa, who "vn 111 come to
town once a week on an
average during the entile
year if they can make
the lound flip for tl,
S5-2.O0O. Y'o will take
hilf of their estimate
which Is 20,000 00
There an- about 2,000 other
people at Ewa who will
conic to Honolulu fcay
once a month at SU S2l,-
000. Wo will lime tin
The population of Honolulu
is now eitiiiuited at 25,000
We w ill allow the average
of trips to be two for the
j ear for each peion of
1st, 2nd and :td class,
t0,000 fares at say $1.25..
Travel from the other Islands
and abroad say 10,000 at
Total gross earnings SEW.OOO 00
We make no account of the freight
all along the line between Honolulu
and Moanalua, though there is an
amount which will swell the above
figures very much during the year.
These figures will doubtless seem
to many, if not to all who have given
the subject no attention, much too
large, but we wilt quote statistics
from the best authority on railway
travel in America, based upon the
number of people to each mile of
road and you will find our above
estimate more than sustained.
We quote the following from a
woik entitled "The Economic Theory
of Railway Location," by A. M.
Wellington, Table 22, page 90.
"Statistics of revenue per head
of population and per mile for each
State separately, 1881."
The table is 'too long to take the
States sepaiately, but will quote
each section as the average is given
by the author :
taifful ca'imate of the running
expenses, including weir and tear of
road and rolling stock, ond allowed
for such expenses as arc higher in
this country, including coal at 15
per ton, and finds tho road can bo
operated, three trains per day 3C35
days in tlio year, for a little over
S2,000 per month, soy 825,000 per
annum. Add lo this interest on
bonds 7 per cent, on SJ0O.00O,
$21,000, making 840,000. Per
haps 3"ou will say tho expenses aie
too low. Then add, if you please,
50 per cent, lo tho estimated run
ning expenses, aud we have 858,500,
leaving a balance of S8,0()0 net
earning, after cutting a careful esti
mate of gross earnings down one
half. As we offer no stock, for sale,
only bonds, it would seem a good
investment for the most conserva
tive. The Company propose to have
the land, intended for sale and lease,
nil laid out and ready to sell, if
possible, by the time the road is
completed. Those whose means arc
limited and wish to invest in land,
we wish to ask that they will sub
scribe now for bonds, with the as
surance of the Company which is
hereby given, that the said bonds
will bo received by the Company at
par for payment of land, rent, live
stock, or any other property which
the Company may have for sale,
plus the interest which may be due
upon said bonds when offered to the
The number of lots to be laid out
wilt probably exceed 1,000; size of
lots will be 75x200 feet, say 15,000
square leet each, l he upset price
will range from S1O0 mid upwards
per lot, iti'cot ding to desiiability of
location. Terms et payment will be
easy, probably not over one-third
cash, balance in two to five years,
with interest at not over seven per
cent, per annum.
Purchasers of propcity from the
Company will be able to secure
commutation tickets at special rates,
which we feet sure will be found
Tlio line lias been surveyed as far
as the Ewa Court house. A good
portion of the Bonds have been sub
scribed for ; a contract for the build
ing and equipment of the line be
tween the Company and Mr. B. F.
Dillingham will shortly be made,
when the work will be commenced
and pushed to a speedy completion.
Copies of the Prospectus and
forms of application for Bonds may
be obtained at the Banks named or
at the office of the Company.
Honolulu, Feb., 1S89.
N. B.-Ali communications should
be addressed to the Secretary of the
Company, Mr. Geo. C. Williams, P.
O. Box No. 08.
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PHOTOGRAPHIC Goods, inchnl
ing complete outfits from .8 up,
and the celebrated Kodak Cameras.
Also, 'EaBtiiiaii's American Films The
"nniatcuift" and tho public arc invited
to call and examine these gomls wl ich
have just been received by Hollistcr it
C ., 10'J Port btrcet. 109 111
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C0113EK HOTEL & IfOKT STREETS.
RECEIVED BY LAST STEAMER
-A LAHQE LINE OF-
For Ladies', Misses' & Children.
tlie Lowest Bedrock Prices
Genuine Diamond Dye Ladies Black Hose !
gjF Superior Quality.
PRICES LOWER THAN ELSEWHERE
Boys Fine Jersey Suits at $3.50 !
Boys Waists, ew Assortment !
AT A GREAT REDUCTION
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
NEW GOODS NEW GOODS
75 and 77 EK3--AJN Ac OO. Fort Street.
WE ARE NOW SHOWING NEW STYLES OP
U Wis, Prints, Plain & Fancy Satnes. Batiste,
Piques, Challis, Cretonnes, Furniture Prints,
The very latest shades and style. Come and examine our impor
oiiiniiicr Dress Goods, Cream An, Lace Butini, &c.
Our New Stock of Silk Gimp, Bead Ornaments,
Novelty Braid, Silk Ornament Braid, Trimming YelYets, Pearl Buttons,
Xill)l)ii. 1?1uiiicn, rl?iiH, XOte., ltc..
Is the finchl ever .seen in this city, lleforo buying elsewhere look at our
new assortment of
Ladies Boots-, Shoes & Slippers, Hosiery
And a COMPLETE STOCK of UNDERWEAR, latCBt utyle
and elegant in debiii. In our Kents department
we oiler tho latest in
Custom-made Clothing, for Men, Youths & Children,
Cravats, Neeklicri, Cull's it Collars and Gents Furniture of every
de.-ciiption. We cull particular attention to our
enormous slock of tho latest btyles in
n,,,1,So7ort" Gaiters, Oxf, Ties, Opera Slippers,
Fell Hats, Trunk., Valif-e, Etc., Etc. 17-88
It is doubtful if there is a single
State in the United States where the
people, according to the population
ol such State, would travel as much
ab the people of llicbc Islands, if we
had equal facilities. But wo will
take for our guide the Southern
States, peopled largely by poor
whites and negroes. It will be no
ticed that tho trafllo is pretty well
divided by tailways where thero aro
only 081 men, women and children
to each mile of road, and that they
pay a gross revenue to the railway
companies of 85.20 per head of the
entire population. If we run a line
of railway fifteen miles long we shall
have on this side of this island near
ly 2,000 persons lo each mile of
road, and it is only fair to ourselves
to say that we shall make as much
use of Hitch a convenience and lux
ury as the "poor whito trash" and
negroes of the South. If this is ad
mitted, we will multiply 30,000 by
Ci.'JO and wo have for our gross
earnings 8150,000 for a year which
you notice exceeds our ubovc esti
mate, 823,000, aud no account is
made of visitors, or people fiom tho
other Islands. If you are not
satUllcd with our former estimate
and btill regard it too high, halve it
and call it only JOG, 500, as gross
Mr. C. II, Klucgel, auj experi
enced railway engineer hm made a
Hawaiian Opera House
Tuesday Evening, Feb'y. 12th.
One Grand Operalic Concert
10 FUIIT NTKKKT. nONLULU.
-IMl'ORTJ'KS .1 DKALKRB IN-
Thursday Evening, Feb, 14th.
Signor Enrico Campobello,
ifliss Grace Porter,
As Mr. fc Mis. lloneyton in
'Tiro Sill's Haw Pair"
Season tickets for the pcrles of six
nlRUts $7 00
Sinjdfi tickets 1.50&$l.C0
Ualconv 7.r. cts
Gallery 00 cu
American & European Drugs & Chemicals,
Perfumery and Toilet- Articles
Agents for 1'. horillaid &. Co.'s Tobaccos, it W. S. Kimball & C.'y
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - - - 73 Hotel Btreet.
Pacific Hardware Co., L'd,
JTOLt.V S'A,J-tHJl!:'JL lTONOLXJJl.TJ.
BQydpecml cars to Widkikl
cloio of the performances.
tS1" BARGAINS "1 New Lino of ST BARQA.INB -
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Trices tliau ever before. Now Involco of
SHELF-HARDWARE, PLOWS & GEE MtCHAilSB.
Novelties uuil rnucyGoodH, In Largo Yarltty,