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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hauk stand : Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, (135.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 13, 1889.
Stuir IChiuu from Hawaii ami Maul
Sehr Mary for Kauai
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS,
Vkiiv 'dull duy.
To-Monnow is St. Valentino's day.
ii . i
1'ios of a superior breed arc offered
No lohcarsal of
A lion this evening.
Tun Minister of tho
leturncd fiom Hawaii.
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Yacht Caseo tor San Francisco
Stmr Kaala for Wnlnnnu ami YVatalua
at 0 a m
From Hawaii ami Maul, per steamer
Klnau, Feb Kl His Ex I. A Thurston,
W W Hardy, A llowatl, P A Was, W S
'ferry, J S Canarls, Alt Dak, Mmy
Keomakani, Annie Keomakaiil, J Web
ster, J Cunningham, Mrs K Wallace and
child, II It Webb, Ainana, II Hell, wife
Hud2clilhhen, .1 Odcrkhk, A Matu,
Jlr J ltlchnrdson, Mrs Kapakaln, Miss
KnpaVahl and L'O" deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
StnirKlnau 8,457 bugs sugar, CO bbls
molasses, 10:! beop, CL' pkgs hides,
Tbo yacht Ciisco sails to-morrow
morning for San Francisco.
A letter received from the Vol
cano House under date of February
10th says, that there is a large flow
in the crater llowiug towards the
house, and the lake is very active.
The flow broke out on tho morning
of the 8th and was still flowing on
the 10th. The highest temperature
for the week ending February 3rd
was 72, lowest 40.
'Phi: Band ghos a moonlight con
ceit at Thomas Square this evening.
Two pleab.ant and nicely furnished
rooms are to let. See advertisement.
Tim Alameda is duo on Saturday
from San Francisco, en route to tho
llailway and Land
for Bcnled proposals
At the Cainpobollo concert to-mor-iow
evening Tyro Smith's "Happy
Fair," will bo given.
Successful Parade. Com
pany Bauquots, otc.
Miss Ackermim delivers a temper
ance address in the Kawuialmo
Church this evening.
Jilt. Nolte's condition was much
impiovcd this moining, and he was
able to open his eyes.
Mkssks. J. E. Brown &. Co. have
New Zealand mullet, jams, butter
and lambs' tongues for sale.
A mail for San Francisco closes
at the Post Ofllee Friday morning,
at 8 :!iO o'clock, to bo forwarded on
the bark S. C. Allen.
COMPANY B.'S TROPHY.
In King Bros.' store, Hotel street,
may be seen the gun won by Com
pany B. Honolulu Rifles, last July
at the target practice of the Ha
waiian Rifle Association. It has
been mounted and enclosed in a
very handsome frame. On the glass
at each end is a bit of artistic paint
ing of military character, the work
of King Bros'. Japanese artist. The
trophy will be placed in the Kifle's
Armory in Company B.'s room.
A juiiy was empanelled yesterday
to hold an inquest touching the death
of Eugene Zootl. After viewing the
remains the inquiry was adjourned
until this afternoon. The jury is
now in session.
A meeting of the Board of Direc
tors of the Kapiolani Fark Atsocia
tion will be held on Friday next at
11 a. in. The adjourned annual
meeting of the Association will be
held on the 20th.
There is evidently a fast growing
demand for tho "Bulletin Weekly
Summary." Not a single copy of
the three last editions remains,
although a large number of extra
copies were printed. The Summary
published this morning was eagerly
sought after. It contained no less
than thirty-four columns of solid
reading matter, and all this for ten
cents. Now is the time to subscribe
for a copy to be sent to your friends
A BREACH OF ETIQUETTE.
At a luncheon given in the Exhi
bition Buildings Melbourne, Jan.
18th, by Sir James McBaiu, presi
dent, Mr. McCoppin, tho Commis
sioner for the United States, said
that America was striving to pre
serve the autonomy of Samoa, but
the Australian colonies remained
silent. He thought it would he a
most deplorable thing if the inde
pendence of Samoa were sacrificed
to the give-and-take policy of Euro
pean statesmen. Mr. McCoppin's
remarks were warmly applauded.
Herr Warmuth, the German Com
missioner, became irritated, and left
the room. He contends that it was
a breach of etiqutte to raise the
question of foreign policy at an
Tun Yacht Cusco bails for San
Francisco to-morrow morning. A
mail will bo despatched by her,
which closes at the Post Office at J)
o'clock. Mr. Stevenson and party
lcmain in the islands.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Services at the churches at 7
Oahu Lodge No. 1 K. of P.
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of P.,
Diill Co. B Honolulu Hides,
Moonlight concert at Thomas
Temperance address by MissAck
ermann at Kawaiahao church, at
Meeting Myrtle Boat Club,
The Hawaiian Band will give &
public concert this evening at
Thomas Square, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: l'ART I.
March Vienna Schild
Overture Emperor's Cornflowers.. ..
Finale Tannliauscr Wagner
Fantasia War Recollection. . .Treuuler
Mikiuolia, .Una Han, Kokolii
Kcminheenees of liellini Godfrey
Walt. Jubilant Fahrlmcii
Polka Amager Godfrey
Mazurka Emily Prelle
LAST NIGHT'S CONCERT.
The second concert by the Campo
bello combination last evening at
the Opera House was not so largely
attended as it ought to have been
with such a popular programme.
Miss Grace Porter sang beautifully
on this occasion and was compelled
to respond to enthusiastic encores.
Signor Campobello was in excellent
voice and delighted his hearers with
his nerfect Tocalization. Mr. Chas.
Thrower gave an air from Martha
with considerable dramatic effect
and was recalled. Messrs. Thco.
Schmidt and Ollert played violin
and piano solos respectively which
- were well received. Tho former was
encored. Mr. Henry Berger played
the accompaniments with much skill.
The third concert will be given
to-morrow evening when it is to be
hoped thero will bo a full house.
The programme, amongst other
things, contains Tyro Smith's com
edy "Happy Pair" with Miss Porter
and Signor Campobello as Mr. and
Mrs. Honeyton. Box plan now open
at J. E. Brown & Co.'s olllce.
HAWAIIAN NEWS COMPANY.
The Hawaiian News Company
have taken the store adjoining their
present one, and are now having the
two made into one. They have
bought out the music business of G.
West & Co., and in future will keep
on hand a full supply of musical in
struments of all kinds, sheet music,
violin and guitar strings ; in fact ev
erything pertaining to the music ba
8incss. Anything not on hand will
be ordered with promptness. Mr.
F. E. Nichols will have charge of
this branch of the business.
Irate passenger (as train is mov
ing of) : Why the didn't you
put my luggage in as I told you
you old Porter: Eh, man, yer
baggage es na sic a fule as yerself.
7o're.i' tho wang train !
You are much taller than you
were a year ago, said a gentleman
to a friend. Yes, I have reformed j
that makes me taller. And how's
that? Well, as I have reformed, I
have become necessarily ;more up-xigLit
FUNERAL OF THE LATE EUCENE
Yesterday afternoon the funeral
of the late Eugeno Zoctl, who died
from tho effects of the gasoline ex
plosion, took place from the Roman
Catholic Cathedral the mass for the
dead being sung by the Very Ret.
Father Leonor, assisted by Rev.
Father Raymond. The body en
closed in a handsome colllu was
brsught from the Queen's Hospital
and carried into tho cathedral by
the following pallbearers: J. F.
Eckhardt, Pierre Jones, F. J. Hig
gins, Max Eckart, L. L. La Pierre
and John Silra. Among those pres
ent in the church wore, Mr. II. F.
Glade, German Consul ; Mr. F. A.
Schacfer, Italian Consul ; Mr. J. F.
Ilackfeld, Belgian Consul; Senhor
Canavarro, Portuguese Commis
sioner ; Mr. and Mrs. S. Roth, Prof,
de Fieitns, Mrs. II. Berger, Mrs. F.
Horn, Messrs. B. F. Elders, Win
terstein, II. Rcnjes, T. S. Douglas,
John IIopp, Chas. Wall, J. A. Ma
goon, Frank Gertz, M. A. Gon
salves, and representatives of the
Hullktin aud "Advertiser." Tho
funeral procession left the Cathedral
headed by the Portuguese band,
which played several funeral
marches. Tho remains were inter
red in the Catholio Cemetery.
The annual paiade of the Hono
lulu Fire Department took place
yesterday afternoon. Tho weather
during the moining was anything
but favorable, rain falling heavily at
times, while the stieeta were in a
very muddy condition. However,
about two oclock the time an
nounced for the starting of the
parade it cleared up somewhat, and
no more rain fell during the remain
der of the afternoon. The vaiious
companies fell in line on Hotel
strcet,punctually at the hour named,
but the procession did not move
until a quarter before three o'clock.
It was headed by Fire Marshal John
C. White and a platoon of pioneers
carrying axes, followed by the Royal
Hawaiian Band. Then came Hono
lulu Engine Co. No. 1 with its
Volunteer boys, numbering in all
17, in charge of Foreman Robert
More. The men and boys were all
neatly attired in navy blue shirts
and black pants and each one wore
a lei. The engine looked as bright
as a new pin, and was the subject of
much favorable comment. A hand
some floral broom protruded from
tho smoke funnel. John Sullivan
occupied the driver's scat which was
draped with red cloth. Numerous
bouquets of flowers were placed in
conspicuous places on the engine.
The hose cart was tastily decorated
with fern leaves and flowers.
Mechanic Engine Company No. 2
with its Volunteer boys made a very
pretty display. The engine drawn
by four horses was elaborately
decorated with overgrecus and
flowers, while the hose cart of the
Volunteer boys looked very neat
with a beautiful floral crown, rising
from the centre. Foreman E. R.
Ryan was in charge of the company,
which turned out 20 members, all
dressed in red shirts and black
The next in order was Hawaii
Engine Company No. -1, witli its
volunteer boys making a total of C5.
They looked neat in uniforms of red
shirts and black pants, all wearing
leis. The engine drawn by horses
was prettily decorated with ever
greens, leis and flags. The deeoia
tions on the hose cart were sur
mounted by a handsome floral crown.
Ptolection Hook and Ladder Com
pany No. 1 followed. The truck
with the motto "Where duty calls
you will find us there," was hand
somely decorated with leis ana ever
greens, while the thirty one members
that fell in looked very neat in their
led and black unifouus.
The last in the procession was
China Eimine Company No. 5 which
made a splendid showing no les
than foity-live members being in
line. They weie attired in blue and
black, while the engine was decor
ated with evergreens and flowcis.
Chief Engineer Wilson, Fiist As
sistant J. Asch, Second Assistant
G. Norton and Secretary Henry
Smith occupied positions in the pro
cession which passed to Maunakea
after leaving Hotel street, thence to
King street to the Palace. It halted
in front of the building, three cheers
been given for His Majesty who was
on the front veranda with Her
Majesty the Queen, II. R. II. Prin
cess Liliuokalani, Princes Kawana
nakoa and Kalanianaolc, Mr. J. W.
Robertson, Acting and Vicc-Cham-
bcrlain and others. Leaving the
Palace grounds the procession
moved on to Punchbowl street,
thence to Berelania, along Fort to
Kukui street, along Kukui to Nuu
anu street, along Nuuanu to King
street, along King to Fort and Hotel
streets to the Bell Tower. The
streets on which the procession
passed were lined with spectators,
and the parade as a whole was a most
successful affair, and highly credit
able to the companies participating.
Not a hitch occurred during the
procession. The horses attached to
the various engines were much ad
mired. No. l's was drawn by two
fine bay horses driven by John Sul
livan; No. 2's by four handsome
bay horses driven by John Buckley ;
Hook and Ladder Co.'s truck by a
kaamana." The hcallh of the
olllccrs of tho Company waB drunk,
and speeches were made by Chief
Wikon, Delegate Lucas and others.
The banquet of Enuine Company
No. 1 was a line affair. Tho tables
were loaded down with tho choicest
of viands. In the centre stood a
floral broom while tho room was
picttily decorated with bouquets of
flowers and wreaths of evergreens.
Foreman Robt. More, presided. His
Majesty, attended by the two young
Princes, paid the company u visit
and congratulated them on their flue
appearance at the parade. While
the company was doing full justice
to the good things, Foreman More
rose and thanked the members for
their attendance at the parade. The
latter was due to the interest and
exertion of Co. No. 1. He did not
liku to sec the old landmarks des
troyed, they should keep the old
days up. He hoped the members
would do their duty in the future ns
in the post, that is, when the bell
jinglos, for them to be always on
hand. It was very seldom that No.
1 got left. Before silting down
Foreman More presented the floral
broom to the volunteer boys, calling
upon them to follow in the footsteps
of their seniors and sweep every
thing before them. The health of
the King was drunk amid enthusi
astic chceis. The health of the
Chief Engineer having been drunk
that gentleman, in response, thank
ed them for the honor, and also for
their attendance at the parade. The
company had done itself credit. He
served with the company as far back
as 1SG1 and 18G5, and had the
gieatest aloha for it. Chief Wilson
proposed the health of the olllccrs
of Co. No. 1. This latter toast was
responded to by Delegate Lucas,
Foi einan More, and Secretary B.
Ordcnstein. Olllccrs and members
of No. 2 was res onded to by Fore
man Ryan. First, Assistant Asch
complimented the company on its
creditable appearance at the parade
and hoped the members would work
to reach the fires as quick in the
future as they had done in the past.
The toast of the ladies was proposed
by Mr. E. B. Thomas and drunk
amid much enthusiasm. Fire Mar
shal White responded to "The Mar
shal of the day" in appropriate
terms. "The Press" was acknow
ledged by Wray Taylor of the Bci.
1.1.TIN and Dan Logan of the "Ad
vertiser." Several other speeches
were made, the whole affair being
very enjoyable throughout.
At 7:30 o'clock Engine Company
No. 2 held their banquet at the Bell
Tower. The front of the building
was mo9t beautifully illuminated
with colored lanterns and presented
a sti iking appearance. Half a dozen
lanterns were also suspended from
the top of the Hag pole and could be
seen a long distance olf. Inside the
company's hall was a unique dis
play of decorations. From the cen
tre ran wreaths of cvei greens in all
dircctioiiS while the front of the
platform was diapul with flags, the
coinpain' motto, "Our aim the
public good," "standing out in bold
relief. The Royal Hawaiian Band
was stationed in front of the build
ing and played appropriate selec
tions during the evenixg. An ele
gant spread was served by
Halt & Company of the Elite
Parlors, embracing many deli
cacies. Foreman Ryan presided,
suppoitcd by the Chief Engineer
and his assistants, and the officers
of No. 2. Almost immediately after
the banquet commenced ex-foreman
John Lucas called on Mr. II. Smith,
sponsibility may meet with the same
courteous lic.ilinput from the mem
bers, as 1 have experienced. 1 shall
always cherish this beautiful testi
monial as a iciniudcr of our pleas
ant and mutual associations. And
I shall lnarn to value it not merely
intrinsically, but also for its being
a souvenir urged upon me by the
hearts, as it were, of the entire
membership of this company. I
thank you for the expressions of
good will towards myself and for
the aloha which you have conveyed
to mo in company with your valua
Mr. Smith's remarks were receiv
ed with loud cheering.
The henlth of the King was re
sponded to by Chief Wilson, who
spoke of Ilia Majesty as an active
fireman and one who took great in
terest in the Department.
Other toasts were "Foreman of
No. 2," responded to by Mr. Ryan ;
"The Chief Engineer," responded
to in person; "ex-Chief Engineers"
Mr. C. E. Williams responding with
very interesting remarks which were
loudly applauded ; "First and Sec
ond Assistant Engineers," Mr.
Julius Asche replying ; "The Press"
responded to by Mr. Walter Hill,
editor of tho Bui.i.r.Tix, and Mr. D.
Logan, of the "Advertiser;" "Of
ficers and members of Engine Co.
No. 4," Foreman Robt. More re
plying. The Band played Hawaii
Ponoi about ten o'clock.
Notices under fiis. head ure fh retil 10 cents
per lint for tlirfimt Insertion, mat ii mif per line
COKNER HOTEL & ITOKT STREETS.'
RECEIVED BY LAST STEAMER
-A LARGE LINE OF-
Eastern French Kid Shoes
For Ladies', Misses' & Children.
at the Lowest BeilrocK Prices
every eutditioiuil insertion.
RYAN'S BOAT UUlIiDINa
SHOP. Hear nf Lwa' Mill.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Go ..:, includ.
ing complete otittiu from $8 up,
and tho celebrated Kodak CamoraB.
Also, 1 astmnn's American Films. The
"amateurs" ami the public arc invited
to call and examine tln.su gondi which
have just been icceivcd by llollister &
Co., 10 Fort street 1(1!) :it
Genuine Diamond Dye Ladies Black Hose !
Warranted Fast. J03
VT PRICES LOWER THAN ELSEWHERE
Boys Fine Jersey Suits at $3.50 !
Boys Waists, New Assortment !
Ladies Knitted Underwear,
-AT A GREAT REDUCTION
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
NEW GOODS NEW GOODS
75 and 77 XSO-AJN &z OO. Fort Street.
Hawaiian Opera House
One Grand Operatic Concert
Thursday Evening, Feb, 14th,
The rolling stone has yet to learn
what it wanta to gather moss for.
irrav and black ; China Co.'s hose
cart by aChcsnut horse. All of the
above animals were from the Fashion
stables. No. -l's was drawn by two
bay horses owned by Ilustace and
Robertson, and No. 5's by a pair of
heavy dray horses.
In the evening banquets were held
at the various companies houses.
Hawaii Engine Company No.
commenced its luau at live o'clock,
the spread being un excellent one.
His Majesty, and Princes Eawanana
koa and Kalanianaolc were present,
the King making a few remarks.
Chief Engineer Wilson also spoke.
The interior of the hall was nicely
decorated. A magnificent collation
was spread out at the house of
Chinese Engine Company No. 5 at
tho same hour, and invited guests
joined in the festivities.
At 0 o'clock, Protection Hook and
Ladder Co. held their banquet. The
spread was a bounteous one. Fore
man Henry Knia presided, mid there
was present among others, ex-chief
C. E. Williams, the Chief Engineer
and his assistants, Foreman Ryan
of No. 2, Delegate T. R. Lucas of
No. 1, and representatives of the
BuxuvriN, "Advertiser" and "Ma-
cx-tieasurer of the company, to
stand up, and then picscnted him.
with an engrossed address and an
1 elegant Waltliam gold watch, bear
ing inu luiiuwui nisei ijiuuii un uic
inner case: "Presented to Henry
Smith as a token of esteem by Me
chanic Engine Co. No. 2, Feb. 12,
1889." Following is tho address:
IIuNitr Smith, Ex-Treasurer Me
chanic Engine Company No. 2.
Dear Sir : By the "boys" of
Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2 the ac
companying watch is presented to
you as a slight token of esteem for
your untiring efforts ns Treasurer
of our Company for tho past ten
years. At the same time we regret
that other duties compel you to re
linquish the office you have so suc
cessfully filled, wo are satisfied that
the pleasant associations of the past
and your ever faithful performance
of the duties as Treasurer of our
Company will be cherished in the
memories of the boys. And in re
turn we wish ever to be remembered
by you with aloha.
Honolulu, Feb. 12, 1889.
Mr. Smith replied as follows:
Gi'.NTi.KJtK.v: In receiving from
the company through you this valu
able gift, I beg to thank the mem
bers for the honor and consideration
they have been pleased to bestow
upon inc. In accepting the present
I am reminded of the fact, that this
occasion adds another to the list of
the company's mode of manifesting
its appreciation of lue services ren
dered by retiring olllccrs, But I,
acting in the capacity of an oflloer
of this company, have simply per
formed what I was expected to, in
the execution of the duties devolving
upon me, I must not omit, how
ever, to make mention of what I
consider a most pleasing feature in
relation to the duties of tho olllce
vacated by me, and that is that in
all my endeavors to fulfil the duties
of that olllce I have always rroiveil
your lieaity co-operation and aid. I
take this oppoitunity of thanking
the iiieinbcis for tho confidence they
reposed in me dining tho past, and
it is my hope that those occupying
similar positions of trust and re-
Signor Enrico Campobello,
Miss Grace Porter,
As Mr. &i Mis Iloai'yton in
'Tyre Smltt's Haw Pair"
Season tickets for the n-rii". or i-iv
ulpbt $7 00
Single tickets $l.!u & $1.00
Balcony 75 cts
Gallery 00 cts
WE ARE NOW SHOWING NEW STYLES OF
Sjrii Giitoms, Prints, Plaii k Mi Satiies. Batiste,
Piques, Challis, CrctonncB, Furniture Prints,
Tho very latest shades and styles. Come and examine our impor
Snuer Dress Goods, Greai Awes, Lace Bitii, k.
Our New Stock of Silk Gimp, Bend Ornaments,
Novelty Braid, Silk Ornament Braid, Trimming Velvets, Pearl Buttons,
Bibbonn, I?Iiime, Tii, Ete., IStc,
la the finest cvor seen in this city. Beforo buying elsewhere look at our
now assortment of
Ladies Boots, Shoes & Slippers, Hosiery
And a COMPLETE STOCK of UNDERWEAR, latest style
and elegant in design. In our gents department
we ofl'er the latest in
Custom-made Clothing, for Men, Youths & Children,
Cravats, Neckties, Cull's it Collars and Gents Furniture of every
description. We call particular attention to our
enormous stock of tho latest stylas in
Straw Hats BndSoBrrl' Gaiters, Oxf. Ties, Opera Slippers,
Sept Felt Hats, Trunks, Valines, Etc., Etc. 17-88
HOLL1STER & CO.,
101) FOUT STRKET. HONOLULU.
B-Spccil cars to Wnlklkl
clone of the performances.
Readinq Room Association.
-i.MrortTims a ukalkur is-
C'or. Hotel & AI;.Iu:i KtrccfM.
Open every Day and Evening.
The Library consists at the present
time of over Five Thousand Volumos.
Tho Heading Boom Is supplied with
about fifty of the leading newspapers
A Parlor Is provided for conversation
Teims of niomberfhlp, fifty cents a
.iionth. nav.nble (iiiartcilv in advance.
No formality lequlred In joining except
signing the roll.
.Strangers from foreign countries and
visitors f i oiu the other Islands are wel
como to the rooms at all times as guests.
This Association having no regular
means of Minpoit except the dues of
members, it Is expected that residents
of Honolulu who desho to avail them
selves of its privileges, and all who feel
an interest In maintaining an institution
of this kind, will put down their names
and become regular contilbntors,
A, .1. OAKTWIUGHT, I'rcs.,
M. M. SCOTT, Vice-i'reshlont,
II. A. I'AHMELKK, Secretary,
A. L.SMITH, Treasurer,
O. T. HODGERS, M.D.,
Chairman Hall and Library Committee.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agents for I. Lorilhml it Co.'s Tobaccos, it W. S. Kimball tc Co.'s
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works 73 Hotel Street.
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
itokjl' sxxcisiqx. noNoiLux.u.
New Lino of
tsr HAKGA1NB '
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. How invoice of
SHELMAKDWARE, PLOWS k GBM'L HBRCHANDISB.
JVovoUIom niiU Fauoy Gqoum, InLare "Vurloty,