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HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hack stand ! Merchant and Fort
Btrcet. Telephones, 335.
'V IX .Id
SATURDAY, FEB. 10, 1889.
Stmr J A Cmninlin from Koolnu
Sclir Mokuohi Iiom 12w.i
Stiiir Kwa from liwa
Schr Leahl fiom Hawaii
etnir Llkolikc from Maul
Sttnr ilokolll from ilolokal
Stmr Kaala lrom Wnlalna ami Walanne
Stmr Lehnn forllamakua and llllo ports
at i p in
LOCAL & GEHERAL NEWS.
Tin: Likcliko brings news of plenty
of rain on Miuii.
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At (ho Klilo to-day you can get
nice ininco pies and cream cakes.
Tim: I'antheon advertises lhal it is
wiling .lohn Wiolnnd's Philadelphia
Union service at Kawaiahao
Church Sundny evening, at 7:!t0
Tut: new yacht Ileleno for Mr. V.
AV. Whitney in rived on tho V. II.
ilbbon league has been
the leper settlement on
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at f p m
Stmr Llkellke for Maul at 5 n m
Selir Kawallam for Koolau
Stmr Kaala for Waialuaand Wahuiac at
!) a m
Sclir Mlllc Morris for Koolau
Schr Kninbow for Koolau
Schr Moknola for Kwa
From Waianac and Wnlalna, per .tmr
Kaala, Feb 15 G .Markliani ami wife,
Mrs O Sttllniaii, Mrs Mary Allan, J Holt
and family, Mrs Alilrioh, and 15 deck.
From San FrancUeo, per bktue "V II
Dimond, Feb 15 It XV Anderson, E A
Liuulry, ami Win Horn.
For ban Francisco, per bk S C Allen,
Feb 25 -J F llabcr, wife and child, A B
Case, .1 A Devlnc, and Silas It Duncan.
From Maul, per .stmr Llkellke, Feb
1G W Bcrlowltz, Ah Sing, C 11 Makce,
Mrs .T Melim, Father Leonorc, It 1J
Bailey, J Kodriguc-, S Maciiulcy, Mary
Sllva, Ah Man and 32 deck.
Tun new Portuguese paper was is
sued to-day in full mourning, out of
respect to the Into Kugene Zootl.
Ni:xt Wednesday Mr. .1. V. Morgan
will sell the household furniture at
the lesidence of 12. Lyoan, lleietauia
Khad the manuuolh ndvoithcinrnt
of the Temple of Fashion eWwhcie.
The clearance sale has already com
menced. . '
Tin: Itoynl Mail bleamcr Alameda
is duo at any time from San Fran
cisco en route to the Colonics. She
will probably drop in early to-morrow
Tin: regular monthly meeting of
tho Hawaiian Mission Children's So
ciety will be held this evening at
7:3(3 o'clock, at the residence of Mr.
J. U. Athorton.
A S'ATlVll iAIXS l'llOM
Caitain Larson has a very hand
some painting of a policeman in a
frame, hanging above his desk at tho
Station house. It was presented to
him on Thursday.
At hall-past two o'clock this af
ternoon a young native man named
Joe Kciui fall from tho plank walk
on one side of the cradle of the Jln
rino Railway and was instantly kill
ed, lie was engaged at work on tho
plank walk undniado a mis-step, pro
bably caused by watching some boys
playing in tho water near by. The
distance from the plank walk
to tho lloor of the railway
is twenty-five feet. Dr. Tiousscau
was immediately sent for.and on ar
rival pronounced the unfortunate
young ninn dead. It looked as if his
neck was broken. Deputy Marshal
Hopkins appeared quickly on the
scene. Tho body was taken to the
residence of the parents near by.
Keau was about 21 years of age
and had worked on and off at the
Marine Railway the past three years.
Mr. Lyle speaks of him as a very
steady young man.
decision or Tin: rui.r. couiit in tub
TWO MUKDini CASKS.
sap m Wf m if " w "" "(f&) isa ip m m w ff af -.
? A m
Corner of Hotel & Fort Streets.
CLEAEAICE SALE FOE 30 DAYS ONLY !
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Llkellke 1225 bags sugar,
horse, 7" pkgs sundries.
The American clipper bark S C Allen,
Captain T Thomas, sailed February 15th
for San Francisco with 20,5'Jl! bags
sugar, weighing 2,371,357 pounds, and
also 800 bunches bananas. Total ton
nage, 1,080 tons. Domestic value
Tho bark Alden ISessie is in the slroam
thcie be.ing no beith at present for her
The XV II Dimond is at the Oceanic
WINDSTORM ON MOLOKAI.
On Monday last a violent wind
storm visited the leper settlement on
Molokai. It commenced about half
past seven o'clock in the evening
and lasted until midnight. Twelve
houses and the Mormon Church
were blown down, and several houses
were moved from their foundation.
The people at the settlement got
badly scared and were to be seen
moving their effects out of the
bouses, while a large number hid
themselves among the rocks until the
storm abated. Many had a narrow
escape from losing their lives, so vio
lent was the storm.
A vkuy handsome sign in gold and
black with the German coat of arms,
and tho wouls "Impciinl German
Consulate," has been placed over tho
front entrance to II. Hackfeld &
In the presentation of "The Happy
Fair" this evening, Miss Porter and
Signor Campobullo will give new
songs including Vulso l'estasi, As I
View these Scenes so Charming, My
and Homo Sweet
Mil, C. O. Perger has sent us the
holiday number of tho New York
"News Letter." It is handsomely
gotten up and gives some intoie&ting
leading concerning the New York
Life Insurance Company, for which
Mr. Peiger is tho general agent in
the iblands. Ask him for a copy.
Tin: "Owl" says, "There seems no
good reason why English people
should not understand their lan
guage as well as any other national
ity docs. 'Tramway' is a veiy con
venient distinction from 'railway,'
besides which it is euphonious. Let
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Hawaiian Mission Children's So
ciety at residence of J. B. Atherton,
ai 7:30 o'clock.
Canipobcllo concert at Opera
House at 8 o'clock.
A very larcc audience was pre
sent at the Y. M. C. A. hall last
evening, to hear Miss Jessie A.
Ackermann deliver her farewell ad
dress. Mrs. Dr. Whitney presided.
After the meeting had been opened
with prayer and the singing of a
hymn, Miss Dressier sang a song
with much taste. Rev. Dr. Beck
with, Chief Justice Judd, Rev. II.
H. Gowen and Mr. S. D. Fuller de
livered brief addresses. Mr. A. D.
Bisscll gave a song and a number of
the members of the Hawaiian Blue
Ribbon League sang.
Miss Ackermann was the last
speaker and her remarks, which
were of an exceedingly interesting
nature, were attentively listened to.
A collection was taken up, the pro
ceedings closing with a song by
HAWAIIAN CAMERA CLUB.
Last evening a meeting of the re
cently formed Hawaiian Camera
Club" was held at the rooms of the
Chamber of Commerce. The bal
ance of ollicers was elected. Fol
lowing is u complete list of the olli
cers: C. Hedeman President
Geo. W. Smith... 1st Vice-President
'Dr. F. R. Day. . .2d Vice-President
Arthur W. Richardson.... Secretary
Geo. E. Boardman Treasurer
Executive Committee: John A.
Xlassinger, Walter M. Giffard and
Dr. C. B. Wood.
Finance Committee: W. E. II.
Deverill, W. O. Lackland and J. N.
S. Williams. .
It was decided to hold tho regular
meeting on tho first Friday after the
first Monday of each month. The
Executive Committee were instruct
ed to obtain suitable rooms for meet
ing, etc. The club will hold Its
jicxt meeting March 8th.
Satuuday, Feb. lGth.
D. Monroo and C. Jacobs were
each lined $ with $1 costs for
Kahai charged with escaping from
the Reformatory School was ordered
back to that institution.
Wainako charged with assault and
battery was remanded to the 18th.
Friend: Aro you happy? Spirit
(through medium): Perfectly so.
Friend; What has pleased you most
since you left us? Spirit: Tho epi
taph on my tombstone. It both
amazes and delights me.
During last night someone enter
ed the residence of Capt. Macauley,
Fort street, and carried off a quan
tity of jewerly and some money.
The thict blew out a light in one of
the bedrooms and evidently sorted
his plunder in the sitting room.
The Hawaiian Hand will give a
public concert this afternoon at
Emma Square, commencing at
1 :30 o'clock. Following is the pro
Oveiturc Lmina of Kcsburgh
Duet-Il Tiovatore Verdi
Polka Victoria Faust
Selection Erminic Sabubowsky
Waltz Violets Waldteufel
Galop Hermit Pells Midllnrt
MASTER FRED HAMMER.
Master Fred Hammer, son of our
worthy townsman the harness mak
er, lias recently entered the San
Francisco Commercial College with
high honors. Fred was, until very
recently, a pupil of the Fort street
school. In an examination with 7-1
boys of the San Francisco schools,
ho scored place number two no
mean distinction for a Honolulu
boy. Naturally his father feels very
proud of his son's success.
In the Stipicmc Court this morn
ing, at half past eleven o'clock, the
Supieme Court in banco rendered
two important decisions, whereby
the sentence of death passed upon
Ah Hop alias Ah Hopa and Akana
at the Waitnea term by Mr. Justice
Bickcrton, was confirmed.
The two prisoners were brought
into court securely handcuffed, and
guarded b' two police. The irons
were taken off while they were in
court. All Hopa is somewhat of an
elderly man, while Akana is youl'gi
rather short with a very full face.
Mr. Goo Kim, Assistant Commer
cial agent for China, and Mr. F. XV.
Damon, were present in court.
The first decision was in the ca9e
of Ah Hopa, and was given by the
Chief Justice. The prisoner was
found guilty of the murder of D.
Kapahec, the school teacher, by a
jury at the recent Waimca term.
His counsel, W. A. Whiting, noted
exceptions to the full court. His
Honor, after reviewing the evidence,
said the court had charged correctly
the exceptions were overruled and
the sentence passed at Waimca must
be carried out.
Mr. Justice Dole read the deci
sion in the case of Akana who was
found guilty at Waimca by a jury
for the murder of Ah Sing at ltonn.
Mr. Antone Rosa had noted oxcop
tions, but His Honor said they .were
all overruled. The Chief Justice
said as in the former case that the
sentence passed at Wairuea must be
Mr. Li Cheung interpreted the de
cisions to the two prisoners.
The Chief Justice asked the
prisoners if they knew what their
They both replied that it was sen
tence of death.
The two condemned- men were
then removed to Oahu Jail.
Before the court rose Mr. Whit
ing said it was very hard for coun
sel to be assigned "to cases off-hand.
He would respectfully suggest that
the court would take some action
prior to going on circuit, lie thought
counsel should be given notice be
forehand when they were likely to
be called on a case.
Chief Justice Judd said the sug
gestion was a very valuable one,
the court had thought about it, and
it would have their serious consider
This evening Tyie Smith's "Tho
Happy Pair" will be lepcated at the
Opera House by Miss Grace Porter
and Signor Cainpobcllo. It is to he
hoped there will be a good audience
present on this occasion, for the
comedy is a most delightful one and
will be faithfully represented. Fjl
lowing the comedy will be given a
choice programme of vocal and in
strumental music. Popular prices
will prevail and seats can be obtain
ed at the olllce of J. E. Brown & Co.
T hereby beg to inform the general public that during my Clearunce Sale large inducements will be offered,
and immense reductions are made in every depart incut.
in Embroideries and Laces of all descrintioiis !
The Entire Stock will be offered in that Department at Cost.
Ladies, Misses & Chiidrens HVHuslin Underwear !
Will be offered at a great sacrifice. I call particular attention thut every article must be
closed out in that department. Immense bargains arc offered in
Laco Curtails ml Mm, etc., etc., etc. """'' c""-;;,r, White Dresses, Lace Caps, Sue Boiets, etc,
Of every description will bo closed out. Kid G-loves 50c it pair ; Silk Gloves & Milts greatly reduced.
Parasols, prices cut in half; Extreme Bargains in Tabic Linen & Napkins.
ESr A Large Remnant Table Every Day of our Clearing Sale -a
Mosquito Nettings reduced to $2.25 a piece ; Try our prices in White Cotton ; Best Brands Dress Ginghams, Percelcs,
fast colors; Calicos, Seersuckers, White Goods, Lawns, MusTins, other large lines of "wash
material, etc., are offered at an immense reduction.
Sateencs & Satins reduced; Ladies Cloth, Ladies Tricot sold at cost. Try our Flannel, extra wide, 35c yard; immense
reduction in Black Cassemeras. My entire stock of
GENTS', LADIES' & CHILDRENS' BOOTS & SHOES !
Will b closed out at Cost Price. Do not miss this chance.
3TGOODS WOLD FOlt OA.SII OjVJOY iDUltliNGr a'XIH! HAJL.E-a
S. EHRL1CH, Proprietor,
Si:vi:mii Day Aivi:ntist Mission
IIai.i. Service at 7:30 p. in.
Y. M. C.
nt C::S0 1-. m.
A. Gospel I'ralse Serrlce
Comu and bring a fr'end.
Cpuncii. Kcv. J.
Services at 11 a. in.
ICawaiahao Ciiuitcii. Rev. II. II.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
a. u. Pleaching at 11 a. m.
Cuntkai, Union Ciiuitcii. llev. E.
G. Bcckwith, 15. D., pastor. Sunday
school and IHble class at 9:15 a. m.
Seivices at 11 a. St., and 7:30 r. it
A PEW pilvaiu )iipP!, in imy of the
clnssirnl or scicnllllc stii'lic, by
an cxpjiienced teacher. Teims reason
able. Address "L," Uumxiin Olllce.
XX. shooting on the KUIdOL'OU lands
will be prosecuted.
170 liu IIOIJKHT LISHMAX
Komax Catholic Catiiedkal.
6 and 7 A. m., low luas with Holy Com
munion. Services iu Eugligli at 7 a.
li.; and at 10 A. M., high m:i, with
bcrnioii cither in Hawaiian or Portu
guese, alternating according to the
three in incinal ditlcrciit nationalities of
the church; 2 r. m., rosary and e:te
tlii; 1 :U0 i". m., instruction and bene
dlctio'n of the Blessed Sacrament.
Mohmox Cuuhcii. Services in Ha
waiian at 10 a. ii. Services iu English
will be held at 2:00 im. All are invited.
Quei:n Emma Hall. Gospel and
song service for Hawsdians who speak
English at at3 r. si. Good binding.
Miort talks. Everybody welcome.
Jai-anksi: br.nvici: : Gospel and
Song Serviei'S at 11 a.m.; lilble Class
7 :30 v. m., in the .lapain-pe Y. M. C. A.
Kooni, Queen Emma Hull, corner of
Beretmiia and Xuitanu stieets.
DR. DAY ha removed his residence
to I lie "Diek-oi! I'lemKes," No. -W
lieretnmu treci, upp -ite O.inlen Lane,
asd his flier to the collude adjoining.
NEW GOODS NEW GOODS
76 and 77 DBO-AJ Ac OO. Fort Street.
J. I) TIUCGLOAN, Merchant
Tailor, lmvitiK eold the leae of the
premise Intrly occupied by him, in tho
Gazette" block, to the Hawaiian News
Co., will be pleased to meet his ciMoiu
ers at the ctabliBhmcnt of II S, Tteg.
loan, cor of l'oit and Hotel st. 170 lw
CuiNr.sn Ciiuncii. 1'ort sticet, near
corner Hcretania. .Mr. Ivong Shut Kee
evangelist, t'liinese Sunday school,
'.MHOa. si. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2::!0 1-. si. Pre.iehing 11
a. si. and 7:110 p. si. Bible class in
Chinese Y. M. O. A. Hall, G;:!0 i u.
W. H. GRAENHALGH'S PLANS.
A resident of Honolulu who re
cently returned ffoin San Francisco,
states that n railroad man showed
him a telegram at the Occidental
Hotel, which ho had received from a
superior olllcer of the same line.
The telegram was making enquires
as to what hacking W. II. Graeu
hnlgh hud got iu his negotiations to
Hcnd between four and sisi thousand
negroes over their lino en routo Jto
Tho Honolulu gentleman told the
railroad man it was nil wind.
The railroad man said Graen
halgh had stated that the Planters'
Labor and Supply Company was
going to hack him.
Tho Honolulu resident referred
him to two members of tho Company
who happened to be in San Fran
cisco at the tunc.
The two members of the P. L. &
S. Co. were found by tho rail
road man and questioned in tho
matter. One smiled a broad smile
nnd said nothing, while the other
said, "I guess Gracnhalgh is fishing
for a free passago over your line of
Quite a number of visitors were in
attendance at 15. Howard Hitch
cock's studio on Hotel street this
morning. This talented young art
ist had on exhibition- several very
excellent productions from his brush,
including two views of Waimanalo
plantation, one of the Nuuanu pall,
a black and white of a view in Is'tiu
nnu Valley, and several volcano
pictures. There was also a very
faithful picture of the blind boy of
llilo. The whole of the paintings
made a very attractive appearance,
and Mr. Hitchcock is to be con
gratulated on his successful efforts.
Sr. Andhi-.w's Catiii-.duat.. First
congicg.ition will have service at0:'J0
and 10 a. m.
llawj'iiim Evensong at :S:!!0 p. in.
Evening prayer with sermon at C.
o'clock p. III.
i-eeoml Congregation Kcv. Geo.
Wal ace, pastor. Seivico- on Sunday:
Mo -ning prayer and .sermon at II :lfl a.
in. Eeniug prayer and senium at 7:1)0
Holy Communion on the I'ir.it Sunday
of the mouth at 11 :l a. in.
Divine Seivlce on Wednesdays at 7:30
Cliinesu Coiimcgatlou, Kcv. 11. H.
Gowen in ehurge. Morning prayer,
with sermon, at 11 :15 a. m. bumlay
scliool, at 10 a. si. Evening piayer,
with sermon, at 7:30 r. si.
For Whooping Cough
Lot nny penon give
Dr. kioi's Clienjf
A trial, ami the most violent rnld
will, in a ihort time be
HOLLISTER & CO.,
1231 Agents. 2m
WE AllE NOW SHOWING NEW STYLES OF
SA Urn, Prints, Plain & Paw Salims, Batiste,
Piques, Challis, Cretonnes, Furniture Prints,
The -very latest shades and slyles. Come and examine our impor
Snur Dress Ms, Cream Aires, Lace Bunting, &c.
Our New Stock of Silk Gimp, Bead Ornaments,
Novelty Braid, Silk Ornament Braid, Trimming Velvets, Pearl Buttons,
ISIIjIjohn, IMiimew, 'XMpm, 3Ete.
Is the fincfct over seen in
AN ARMED CONTINCEHT.
An ominous study this, of armed
Kuiope. Seven nations Germany,
France, Russia, Italy, Austria, Tur
key and the llalkan States show u
war strength of 10,-iSO,000 men.
To tliii are added the ueeoud re
serves, 8,035,000, and tho final re
serves, 0,195,000, in all 28,000,000
of Europeans, in tho prime of man
hood, liable to be exposed iu the
next war. Tho war strength is sug
France 2,-i 10,000
Balkan Slates 250,000
THE MOST SPOKEN LANGUAGE.
It has been estimated by 1'iofes
bor Kirchoff of Halle that the lang
uage most spoken on the globe, for
the la-.t 1,000 years at least, ii Chi
nese, for it is without doubt the only
one which is talked by over 400, 000,
000 of the human race, the next lang
uage most iu use but at a very
great distance behind Chinese be
ing Hindustani, spoken by over
100,000,000. Then follow English,
spoken by about 100,000,000; Rus
sian, oyer 70,000,000, German, over
57,000,000, and Spanish, over -17,-000,000,
"'II III !
this city. Before buying elsowhere look at our
new assortment of
g WIIVl WW - ffl 7y HBW0IXSIJ
And a COMPLETE STOCK of UNDEUWEAK, latest Btyle
and elegant in design. In our gents department
wo oiler tho latest in
Custom-made Clothing, for Men, Youths & Children,
Cravats, Neckties, Cuffs it Collars and Gents Furniture of every
description. Wc call particular attention to our
enormous sloek of tho latest styles in
umln,entorrt Oxf. Tics, Opera Slippers
Felt Hats, Trunks, Valines, Etc., Etc. 17-88
i - - -
Bell 'JCelelione, no -aC 3Xutntil Teleiline, 3'T'l
No. 24 Merchant Street, near Fort Street.
HAVE ON HAND AND FOR SALE,
XT' TJ X-i ."L ASSORTMENT
J'otlc( untler tUi ktad arc cluirgeil 10 ctxti
ei cry additional inttrtwn.
per line for tkeflrtl intertlon, iruil 6 ctnti per line
Hawaiian Opsra House
Chungo in Telephones.
MUTUAL No 371 changed
A. M. Ilewetl in Ilnwniiuu
Co., Frank Drown, manager,
BULL No, CO changed from Frank
Drown resilience to llawuliuu
Wiue Co., Frank Hrown, niunugor.
To be Repeated
Saturday Evening, Feb, 16th.
"Tlie Happy Pair"
T he followwl by a Tocal and Instru.
All the Company will Appear.
POPUL Alt PRICES:
Paroquet ito Orchestra $1.00
Balcony 715 cts
Gallery 50 cts
. K. Urowu & Co.'s.
Box bhect at
BSySpceiiil cars to Walkiki
close of tho performances.
All Brands of American Whiskies 1
Bourbon, Rye and Monongahala,
In Hulk or Case;
OOrJ703iL ixjitl SXXSSIL-Jl whisky
In Glahs and Slono .lam;
FRENCH J3 JEZ J. IV I I JE S !
Very Kino and Very Cheap Qnaltitied, as aro wanted;
G-INS, in Luge and Small Bottles,
(White or Ulack), also, STONE JUGS;
OL.B rJQ? O IVJ G- X1S I
Uebt Brand in tho Matkct.
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT
In Bulk and Cabo;
All Brands of American Lager Beer,
English Ale & Porter, German Beer, etc
In 1'intB and Quarts;
Finest Brands CHAMPAGNES',
In Pints nnd Quarts.
Bitters, Liquers; Absinthe,
Apollinrai Water Kummels.
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES!
ZInfandel, MaCaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, &c.f &.
BJ&r All of which will ho told AT LOWEST RATES hy
170 If MANAGER,
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