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Hack stand : Mcrclinnt and Fort
Btrcot. Telephones, 1)35.
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FItlDAY, FK1J. 1i, 1880.
Feb 1 1
Selir Sarah & Eliza from Koohiu
StiurLcbua from ilnmakua
Bk Allien Bessie, 19 days from San
Tiktno W II Dlmond, l'.i days from San
Bktne S N Catle, 17 days from San
Bktne Discovery, 17 days from San
Schr Kawallnnl from Ivoolau
Stmr Khiau for IIIlo and way ports at
2 i in
Bk S U Allen for San Francisco
Stmr C H Biliop for Walanac, Walalua
ami Koolan at I) a m
Schr Sarah and Eliza for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Lchua for llamakua and IIllo ports
at 4 p m
CARGOES FftOM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Lchua 2500 bags sugar.
Schr fc'arac & Eliza 150 bags rice.
The bark Alden Bessie, Capt Cousins,
arrived this morning, 10 days from fan
Francisco, with a cargo of merchan
dise valued at $0007. It includes 75C0
pounds tobacco, LTi bbls Hour, 54 ctls
barley and -11 ctls bran.
The barkentine V II Dhnond, Capt
Drew, which arrived tills morning, lit
days from San Francisco, brought a
cargo valued at 927,287. It includes
2S0O gallons wine. i17 barrels llonr,
i:!1,3Uj pounds fertilizers, (iS,77C pounds
sugar and 4 head live stock.
The barkentine S X Castle, Capt Hub
bard, came into port to-day, 17 days
from San Francisco, with a miscellan
eous cargo valued at $11. 834, including
280 bbls bbls Hour, 2,770 es barley, 1 ,05 1
sks bran, 400 es coal oil, 521 bdls liar,
VilH sks middlings, GOO bbls lime, 103
ctls oats, 1,711 lbs butter, 5,412 lbs
bread, 300 lbs lard, 130 cs salmon, 2,000
lbs tobacco, 100 31 shingles, 52,000
The barkentine Discovery, Capt Mc
Neil, 17 days from San Francisco,
brought merchandise valued at 815,88(1,
including 700 bbls Hour, 1,00. ctls bar
ley, 30 bbls and 20 lit bbls salmon, 1G5
sks middlings, 14S ctls oats, 028 sks
bran, 529 bdls hay, 5S0 bbls lime, 5,'J02
lard, 1,000 lbs tobacco, 2,875 redwood
posts, S00 bdls shingles, 22,170 bricks,
1,030 lbs butter, 05 cs canned goods, etc.
The bark W B Godfrey will load with
sugar next week.
The barkentine Skagit sailed Febiu
arv 13th for San Francisco with the
following shipments: II Hackfeld &
Co. 9,471 bags sugar; 31 -S Grinbaum &
Co, 2,121 bags sugar; C Boltc, 1,100
bags sugar. Total 12.C02; S02 tons;
domestic value, 875,005.45.
VERNON In this city, Feb 15th, Sirs.
Elizabeth Bebecca Vernon, a native
of Coventry, England, aged 78 years
and 1 mouth.
EQf-The funeral will take place this
afternoon from the residence of C. J.
Lyons, Fiinalioii, at half-past three.
There will he a Temperance Rally
this evening, at 7:!!0 o'clock, in the
T. M. C. A. Hall, with the follow
Song Gospel Hymn
G. Beckwith, D. D.
....Chief Justice Jtidd
3Ir. A. D. Bisscll
....Rev. II. II. Gowen
Mr, S, D. Fuller
.Miss Jessie Ackermaii
This is the Inst time Miss Acker
man will address the public of
Honolulu, and it is to be hoped
there will be a good attendance.
The Hawaiian Uand will give
public concerL this evening
Thomas Square, commencing
7:30 o'clock. . Following is the pro
March Peter Sehnioll Weber
MLserere-Il Ti ovatore Verdi
Waltz - Queen's Handkerchief.. .Strauss
Selection LueJa dl Lnuicrinoor
Malanal. Malaimihiuia. Lipolipo.
Medley German Songs Kohlman
Fantasia Forge in the Forest
Gavotto-Tbe Stars Eavaus
Polka You and 1 Faust
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
Jir.FOJtU m'cui.i-y J.
Tjiujisd.yy, Feb. 11th.
Guardianship of the minor chil
dren of the late Mnrccllus K. Now
ton. A. Rosa for tho petitioner,
Geo. W. Nawaakoa, stepfather of
the minors, who seeks to bo appoint
ed guardian in place of his late wife.
The matter was partly licaru antl
in banco nr.i'onr. tub full couftT.
L. A. Thurston, guardian of Pa
kuakini, vs. "Win. Aylett. This case
came up under a banco decision of
October 8th last, granting the de
fendant's motion for tho introduc
tion of newly discovered evidenco on
appeal. W. O. Smith is attorney for
the plaintiff; A. Itosu for the de
fendanl. Partly heard,
FituiAV, Feb. 15.
The case of Thurston vs. Ayclctt
was further heard before tho full
Court and coutlmtcd to March -1th.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
'A cottage on the plains is to let.
i:ak old coll is ollered
thing ot tho past.
Social Club is a
Onk of our corpulent young men
got n very handsome present on Va
i. . '
TiiKnr. was not a large audience nt
tho hand concert at Emma Square,
Do not forget to order a Bologna
sausage from the City Meat Market,
Tin: bark S. C. Allen took from
tho Fost Olilce this morning, 207
letters and 28 packages of papers.
A NUMiinn of whaling vessels are
due at this port tho next few weeks
from New Bedford and San Fran
cisco. The Owl for February will be out
to-morrow. It is a capital number,
full of local "hoots." Be sure and
get a copy.
Mil, Thos. J. King of King Bros.,
and manager of tho Union Feed Co.,
has purchased the Thomas' residence
on Fiikoi street.
Hon. Paul Neumann gave a dinner
party Tuesday evening to Signor
Campohello and Miss Grace Porter,
to meet His Majesty.
A minting of the Hawaiian Ca
mera Club will be held this evening
at 7:30 o'clock, in the rooms of the
Chamber of Commerce.
Tin: whaling bark Helen Mars ar
rived ofl' port this morning. Capt.
Ellis, her master is in town, having
arrived here some lime ago.
The S. S. Alameda is due to-morrow
from San Francisco, but it is not
it all unlikely thai she may have
been detained by tho English mails.
A numiiek of Raymond and Whit
comb tourists may bo expected on
the Alameda. Glad to hear it; any
thing to relieve the present monot
ony. On Wednesday, the 20th inst., the
annual meeting of the Hawaiian
Carriage Manufacturing Co. will be
held at 2 p. m., at the oilicc of Hon.
W. O. Smith.
Mus. E. It. Vernon, died this morn
ing at the residenco of U. J. Lyons,
Puiinhou. The deceased was a na
tive of Coventry, England, aged 7S
vcars and 1 month.
So.Mn magnificent photographic
views in Honolulu and round the
idands, arc' now on view outside of
Mr. J. J. Williams photographic gal
lory, enclosed in handsome frames.
Tlioy attract much attention.
Signok Campohello and Miss Grace
Porter, were entertained at a luau last
Saturday, by His Majesty. Her
Majesty the Queen led 3Iiss Porter to
the sumptuous hoard, and a very
pleasant evening was passed. A num
ber of ladies and gentlemen were
likewise His Majesty's guests.
Whim: the yacht Casco was pass
ing the Inter-Island Company's wharf
yesterday, on her way out of the
harbor, a placard was noticed hang
ing from one of her boats on which
was in laigo letters "Kansas or bust
ed." It is understood that Capt. Otis
has had a largo farm left him in
Drill Co. D Honolulu Uilles, at
Service. at St. Andrew's Cathedral
at 7 p. m.
Hawaiian Tribe No. I, I. O. R.
M., at 7:30.
Lodge Le Progress de l'Uccanic
No. 121, A. F. and A. M., at 7:30.
Oceanic Council No. 777 A.- L. of
H. at 7:30.
Temperance talk at Y. M. C. A.
hall by Miss Ackcrmann, at 7:30.
Meeting Hawaiian Camera Club
at 7:30, rooms Chamber of Com
merce. Hand concert at Thomas Square,
at 7:30 p. m.
Drill King's Own at 7:30.
D. Howard Hitchcock
on view a number of
pictures at his studio,
street, between Fort and
next door to baylor s restaurant.
The public and friends are cordially
invited to inspect his work. Tho
studio will he open from 10 11, in. to
5 p. m., to-morrow, Feb. lCth.
The steamship Kinau left at two
o'clock this afternoon for Maui and
Hawaii, with the following passen
gers : P. O. Jones and wife, M A.
Gonsalves, J. 15. Atherton, Mrs. S.
G. Wilder, Chang hoc, W. A.
Hardy, Mr. Porter, Miss Horner, A.
T. Atkinson, W. C. Sproull, Mrs. C.
L. "Wight and family, and a large
number of deck passengers.
Fitiiuv, Feb. lfth.
Orinurn, a Japanese, was charged
with selling spirituous liquors with
out a license. Remanded to the
Tho charges of gaming against
ten Ohineso are being heard this
.Germany's available forco of
diers is stated at U,5ia,-M0.
There aro l!l,i)95 public houses in
the London police district and only
250 coffee stalls,
a citAHMixn ltni'unsr.NTATiON' or tiii:
There was a somewhat scanty but
very enthusiastic gathering of pro
minent society people at tho Opera
House last evening to listen to a
very pretty and well Interpreted
comedy, "The Happy Pair," origin
ally written for Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Matthews. Considering
that tho fact of acting and singing
to empty benches offends to the de
pressing side of an artist's routine,
and materially detracts from his
natural desire to do his beat under
the very worst of circumstances, wc
must congratulate the lady and
gentleman who last evening imper
sonated Mr. and Mrs. Honey ton,
on their successful issue.
There are several witty and
sparkling points in this little play,
which were well brought out, and
considerably enhanced by the intro
duction of vocal selections suitable
to their various incidents. That the
play had been thoroughly well re
hearsed and carefully prepared for
public inspection was quite appar
ent and it was dillioult to believe,
as was nevertheless the fact in the
case of Miss Porter, that she had
never acted the part before. She
was perfectly at home from begin
ning to end and gave universal satis
faction to everyone. With graceful
manner and ladylike deportment she
gave a true impersonation of the
young bride, and also rendered her
vocal selections in a very artistic
manner, especially her part of tho
famous duo "Yc banks and braes"
and the evergreen "Last rose of
Signor Campohello appeared to
great advantage as an actor, his
easy, tlioroughly-at-homc manner
placing him in- rapport with his
audience. Thoroughly refined and
never appealing to vulgarity, he
proved himself an excellent expo
nent of Tyre Smith's lines. His
singing was, as usual, an example
to those who know how to appreci
ate refinement and art.
Messrs. Thrower, Schmidt and
Ollcrt gave a few well chosen selec
tions at the close of the pla'. The
tenor air "Non c vcr" called forth
The Happy Pair will be perform
ed for the last time on Saturday
evening and the scale of prices will
be of the popular order, parquet
and dress circle SI, balcony 75
cents, gallery, .00 cents.
The sugar-bounty amendment to
the Senate Tariff bill has some note
worthy features, apart from its gen
eral character as the introduction of
a new Governmental policy of very
grave import It proposes that the
bounty of one cent per pound shall
lie paid for the production of sugar
from cane, beet, or sorghum, under
such regulations as may be prescrib
ed by the Commissioner of Internal
Revenue. Nothing could be easier
on paper than this mode of paying
bounties. Nothing can be more
dillicult in practice than the pay
ment of bounties on any one variety
of sugar without the risk of frauds
on the Government. Twenty-five
pages of the Revised Statutes arc
filled with Draconian legislation to
prevent frauds on the revenue by
distillers and rectifiers. This mass
of legislation is none loo minute and
none too severe to accomplish its
end. It has been worked out by the
experience of a quarter of a century.
In spite of all this carefulness on
the part of Congress, enormous
frauds have been peipctratcd at
times, and great scandals have been
exposed in the courts of justice
Now it is deemed sulllcicnt by the
Senate Finance Committee, in deal
ing with a still more complicated
matter, to refer the whole subject to
the wisdom of the Commissioner of
Internal Revenue. Sugar from cane,
sugar from beets, sugar from sor
ghum are all produced by different
means; they aro also of different
degrees of excellence. The pay
ment of bounties on each ' requires
different machinery. What is to
prevent the introduction of foreign
sugar into the manger from which
the bounty is fed? What is to pre
vent tho payment of bounty for glu
cose? Some kind of machinery, of
course. But, what machinery? Is
Congress not to know beforehand7
Perhaps it was believed by the Com
mittec that the bill would not pass,
and therefore it would be best not
to waste time in providing safe
guards against fraud,
It was a deft use of words to pro
vide that the bounty shall be paid
out of the duties on imported sugar.
This carries the suggestion that the
money in the public Treasury is of
different kinds, viz., 0110 kind de
rived from the taxes on the people,
and another kind derived from du
ties on sugar. During tho war and
tho suspension of specie payments,
it was customary and necessary for
Congress to make distinctions be
tween money received from customs
and money received from the inter
nal revenue, because tho one was
payable in gold and the other in
greenbacks. No distinction was
ever before made between two kinds
of gold revenue. Imagine the
Secretary of the Treasury keeping a
separate strong box under this bill
to hold tho receipts from sugar du
ties, so that he might not make any
mistake by paying tho sugar boun
ties out of any other description of
funds. Another provision of very
questionable character is that the
bounty shall be paid till April 1,
100O. Thjsis an attempt lo tio the
: HONOLULU, II., I., FBBEUARY 15, 1880.
bauds of future Congresses for a
period of eleven years, and would
of course he unavailing if any Con
gress in that period should repeal
the bounty law or refuse to make an
appropriation to pay the bounty.
Altogether the sugar amendment is
a Pandora's box of coming ills, and
we fancy that its supporters are
more troubled 03' it than its oppo
nents. X. Y. Nation.
AS this is Jubilee year it tends to
make one look back and think
of tfee flight of time, and in this way
I am reminded that I am one of the
veterans in the sale of your valuable-
and successful medicine. I
have sold it from the very flrst, and
have sent it into every country in
Enaland and many parts of Scot
land. Well do I remember the
first circular you sent out some nine
or ten years ago. You had come to
England from America to introduce
Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup,
and I was struck by a paragraph in
which you used these words:
"Being a stranger in a strage land,
I do not wish the people to feel that
I want- to take the least advantage
over them. I feel that I have a
remedy that will cure disease, and
I have so much confidence in it that
I authorise my agtnts to refund the
money if people should say that
they have not benefitted by its use."
I felt at once that you would never
say that unless the medicine had
merit, and I applied fot the agency,
a step which I now look back upon
with pride and satisfaction.
Ever since that time I have found
it by far the best leinedy for Indi
gestion and Dyspepsia I have met
with, and I have sold thousands of
bottles. It has never failed in any
case where there were any of the
following symptoms: Nervous or
sick headache, sourness of the sto
mach, rising of the food after eat
ing, a sense of fulness and heavi
ness, dizziness, bad breath, slime
and mucus on the gums and teeth,
constipation, and j'ellowness of the
eyes and skin, dull and sleepy sen
sations, ringing in the cars, heart
burn, loss of appetite, and, in short,
wherever there are signs that the
systems is clogged, and the blood is
out of order. Upon repeated ih-
quiucs, covering a
ailments, my customers have always
answered, "1 am better," or "I am
perfectly well." "What I have sel
dom or never seen before in the
case of any medicine is that people
tell each other of its virtues, and
those who have been cured say to
the suffering: "Go and get Mother
Seigel's Curative Syrup, it will
make you well." Out of the hun
dreds of cures I will name one or
two that happen to come into my
Two old gentlemen, whose names
they would not like me to give you,
had been martyrs to Indigestion
and Dyspepsia for many years.
They had tried all kinds of medi
cine without relief. One of them
was so bad lie could not bear a
glass of ale. Both were advised to
use the Syrup and both recovered,
and were as hale and hearty as men
in the prime of life.
A remarkable case is that of a
houo painter named Jeffries, who
j lived at Ponsl111r.1t, in Kent. His
businc.ts obliged him to expose him
self a great deal to wind and weath
er, and he was seized with rheuma
tism, and his joints soon swelled up
witli dropsy, and were very stiff
and painful. Nothing that the doc
tors could do seemed to reach the
scat of the trouble. It so crippled
him that he could do hardly any
woik, and for the whole of the win
ter of 178 and '70, lie had to give
up and take to his bed. lie had
been allhcted in this sorry way lor
three years, and was getting worn
out and discouraged. Besides, he
had spent over 1'liJ for what he
called "doctor'sstuff" without tho
least bcnclit. In the Spring he
heard of what Mother Seigel's Cura
tive Syrup lias done for others and
bought a 2s. Gd. bottle of me. In
a few days he sent me word he was
much better before lie bad finished
tho bottle. lie then sent lo mo for
a 4s. Cd. bottle, and as I was going
that way I carried it down to him
myself. On getting lo his house
what was my astonishment and sur.
prise to find him out in the garden
weeding an onion bed. I could
hardly believe my own eyes, and
"You ought not lo bo out here,
man, jt may be tho death of you,
after being laid up all winter with
rheumatism and dropsy."
His reply was : "There is no
danger. The weather is lino, and
Mother Seigel's Curativo Syrup has
done for me in a few days what the
doctors could not do in thrco years.
I think I shall get well now."
He kept on with the Syrup, and
in three weeks he was nt work again,
and has had no return of tho trou
ble for now nearly ten years. Any
medicine that can do this should be
known all over the world.
(Signed) Ruit.iit Guaham,
Of Graham & Son.
llolloway Hoiibo, Sunbury,
Juno 25th, 1887.
skka t iwaem
A. ASCHHKIll lifts this dar
been udinilti'd 11s n partner in our
tlnn. 31. S. UKIXUAUM & CO.
Honolulu January 1, 1USSI. 103 lw
ANY peron found trcpasMnc or
.Miootlngou the KUMOLTOU lauds
will be prosecuted.
170 lm ROBERT I.1SII3IAX.
DR. DAY has removed his residence
to the "Dickson Premises," No. IS
Bcretatua street, opposite Garden Lnnc,
aid his ofllce to the cottage ndjoinlng.
ALL persons having claltui against
Mrs. Nancy S. Ellis are requeslcd
to send them in to 3Ir. A.J. Cartwrlght,
with a view to settlement.
Honolulu, Feb. 0, 1889. ICO 2w
MR. .T. D. TKEGLOAN, Merchant
Tailor, having sold the lease of the
premises lately occupied by him, in the
'Gazette'' Uluek, to the Hawaiian Xows
Co., will be pleased to meet his custom
ers at the establishment of II. S. Treg.
loan, cor of Fort and Hotel st. 170 lw
ALL parties owing to W. S. Luo up
to January 31, 1689, arc hcroby re.
quested to make immediate payment to
Mr. Frank Brown, Merchant street, (for
mcrly A. 31 llcwptt's), who is autho
rized to n-uulpl for all moneys paid
J. F. HACKFELD,
Assignees of W. S. Lurc.
Honolulu, Jan. til, lbSO. 1(51 lm
jl ply to
Cor. Fort it 3Ierchant st.
cent ally located,!! t!:cr separ.
ntly as bi'dt minis or a, sluing
room niul hfdiopin. A i'y ui iht oillce.
TVTUTUAI, X :'.7! changed from
11L A. 31. lli-wcti 10 Hiwiillan
Co., Finnic blown, manager.
1 ELL No. .'.0 chnHKod from Frank
II'uwh residenc.! lo Hawaiian
Wine Co., Frank Uiown, manager.
For Whooping Cough
Let any port-on
Dr. Low's Cherry Cordial
Atrial, anil the mo-.t violent cold
will, la a shot 1 liinu he
HOLUSTER & CO.,
1231 Agents. 2m
Hawaiian Opera House
To be Repeated
Saturday Evening, Feb, iGtli.
"The Han Pair"
To lw followed by
a Vocal and Inetrir
All tho Company will Appear.
I'araiiuet & Orchestra $1.00
Balcony 75 cts
Uallery 00 cts
J. H. Urowu & Co.'s.
Berapechd cars to WaiUlki at the ' ' 19
close of tho performances, ldli tf 1"0 tl MANAGER. ,'Wm
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
75 and 77 E2&A.IST
WE ARE NOW SHOWING NEW STYLES OF
Spring; Giilais, Prints, Plain k Fancy Salines, Batiste,
Piques, Challis, Cretonnes, Furniture Prints,
The very latest shades and styles. Come and examine our impor
Summer Dress Goods, Cream Amires, Lace Bnntini, k.
Our New Stock of Silk Gimp, Bend Ornaments,
HoYelty Braid, Silk Ornament Braid, Trimming Yeliets, Pearl Buttons,
IiSlilouH. J?luiiic, U?iiM, JEle., Etc.,
Is Hie finest ever seen in this city. Uefoio buying elsewhere look at our
new assortment of
Ladies Boots, Shoes & Slippers, Hosiery
And a COMPLETE STOCK of UNDERWEAR, latest stylo
and elegant in design. In our ucnls department
wo oiler the latest in
Custom-iiiiulo Clothing, for Men, Youths & Children,
Cravats, Neckties, Cuffs & Collars and Gents Furniture of every
dcsciiption. We call particular attention to our
enormous stock of the latest stvles in
and a new assort
Felt Hats, Trunks,
No. 24 Merchant Street, near Fort Street.
HAVE ON HAHD AND FOR SALE,
.... A ....
XT' XJ 1L. 1-. ASSORTMENT
All Brands of American Whiskies I
Bourbon, Rye and Monongahaia,
In Hulk or Case;
SCOTCH and iitlSHL WHISKY
In Glass anil Stone Jars;
Very Fino and Very Cheap Qualtities, as are wanted;
GINS, in Large
(White or UlacU),
OLD TOM GMN
Ik'st lira ml in the Market.
EUROPEAN" SHERRIES and PORT
In liulk and Case;
All Brands of American Lager Beer,
English Ale & Porter, German Beer, etc
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands CHAMPAGNES',
In Pints and Quarts.
Bitters, Liquers; Absinthe,
Apollinaris Water, Kummel.
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES !
Zlnfandel, MaCaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, &c, &.
gjgr All of which will bo told AT LOWEST KATES by
IJell Teleiiboue, CO "&W8T Mu.tuul '.Telephone, 371
Sc OO. Fort Street.
Gaiters, Oxf, Ties, Opera Slippers,
Valises, Etc., Etc. 17-88
and Small Bottles,
also, STONE JUGS;