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HONOLULU GARRIAQE Gl
Hack stand : Merchant and Jort
Btreet. Telephones, 81)5.
'X" H L2
TUESDAY, FEB. li), 1880.
Feb IS -Stuir
W 0 Hall from Hawaii and Maul
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RRUVA
Bktno Mary lukelman for San 1'rau
For the Colonics per S S Alameda,
Feb 18 MKs .lc-slu A Ackeiiniui, Miss
E E lllnus, I. l'lcld and wife, TW
Urown, Mis M Hrown, J V Perry. II O
Mnolunote, and twotoerajro.
For Maid per tnir l.lkelfke, l'eb 18 -Hon
WO Smith, Mrs Maleolin Hi own,
Miss IJcitha E Miilthles, U U Makee, II
II Bailey, J V Urown and -10 deck.
The brigs ConMiclo and AV G Irwin
and the scliooner Kosallnd weie loading
for the islands w lien the Ahum da left.
The Zealandia ar Ived at Auckland,
AKUIVAI.R AT sl.V 1'ltANCtSCO:
Feb 0, bk fc'ononia, 18 days from Ho
nolulu. Feb 8, brljr Courtney Fold, 10 days
from Kabului; briir W G Irwin, 15 days
Feb 7, sehr Ida Sehnauer, IS days
from RIaliukona; -clir WS Bowne, 1.
davs front Honolulu.
i'eb 0, sehr Jiosaiio, IS day from Ka.
Feb 5, sehr .1 G North. 20 days fiom
Kabului; "-elir UomiHiuI, l!:i days from
Feb 2, sehr Sailor Boy. -21 days fiom
Feb 9, brig Lurlino for Ililo.
Feb 7, bk Ceylon for Honolulu.
Feb 'J, In Ig J ) Spieckcl for Hono
lulu. The hark F S Thompson left Kahului
on the 15th for San FranoUeo with a
full load of sugar.
The whaling bark Helen Mais leaves
for the Arctic to-day.
The Alameda left at 10 p m last even
ing for the Colonies.
THE ALAMEDA'S DELAY.
The R. M. S. Alameda v,as an
nounced to leave at live o'clock last
evening for the Colonies, but did
not get away until after ten o'clock.
The reason of the delay in her sail
ing was owing to a refusal on the
part of the pilot to take her out of
the harbor until either the moon
rose, or the electric lights were .ex
tinguished. . As a few hours' delay
to a vessel like the Alameda, car
rying important mail, and running
under heavy expense is of great im
portance, this trouble should be rec
tified, be it either with the pilots,
the electric lights, or the moon.
LATEST NEWS FROM AFRICA.
A despatch dated Zanzibar, Feb.
10th, contains the following: News
has been received from Lake Nyassa
to December 19th. Lugard was still
holding Karongas with a greatly re
duced garrison, including six Euro
peans, the remainder having left
owing to ill health. The Sultan's
commissioner had nearly ananged
peace with the Arabs. The lake
missionaries w ere all well. Kilwa
and Lindi are still in the hands of
the insurgents. Kilwa is completely
stocked. The ransoming of the
German missionaries was due to the
mediation of French missionaries.
It is rumored that under British
pressure, the .Sultan -has mulcted
I'omba Arabs of the line of 12,000
for complicity in the escape of
Lieutenant Cooper's murderers. Karl
Tuppen, an employee of the German
Vitu Company, has arrived in Zan
zibar. He is seeking aid in acquir
ing the Vitu territory. The new
Sultan of Vitu strongly opposes
German encroachments. It is re
ported that Ilerr Tuppen has pro
claimed the Lainu islands a German
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
Ur.KOltU lllCKMlTON, J.
Monday, Ecb. 18th.
In re estate of Kaaipuupu (k), of
Honolulu, Oahu, deceased. Petition
of Mahaaha (w), widow of deceas
ed to have letteis of administration
issued to Kinilaii her son-in-law.
Ordered that letters be issued to
him under $500 bond. W. C. Achi
for petitioner; Petitioner and rela
tives of deceased,
Ursolda Mhoriiian vs. Frederick
Harrison, administrator of estato of
Sauil. Harrison deceased. Assump
sit, S2 1C 1 and interest from August
1,1888. Jury waived Jan. Term,
1889- Partly heard during the
morning and continued until 1 p. m.
this date. A. S. llartwcllfor plain
tiff ; Cecil Urown for defendant.
PHYSICAL TRAINING IN PUBLIC
A movement in behalf of physical
training in the public schools is now
going on through the philanthropy
and public spirit of somo ladies of
Jioslon who at their own expense are
providing special instruction iu cal
isthenics to a large class of female
teachers, and tho intention is to in
crease the number and enlarge tho
facilities for this instnictioti. This
generous action deserves acknow
ledgement, and it cannot fail to pro
duce good results in the schools in
which theso teachers arc engaged.
LBCAL & GuUEBAt HEWS.
JlmxiMUY lull at the Pnlaco this
. . .
Mussus. JTnckfoldct Co. lmvo now
llerophon notes for sale.
Tilt! IherniomcU'r at Palaina last
evening registered fifi degrees.
Tun steamer W. G. Hall is coming
iu to tho haibor as we go (o pices.
A .fAi'ANT.st: employment ollieo has
been opened at No. !l(i, King street.
A l'Aitrni. post with the United
Stales will go in operation probably
Tm:nn is a little more life around
Hie Hawaiian Hotel than usual.
Ql.ul to see it.
Tun tramway will bo opened to
Onliu College to-moriow. Sec time
table iu another column.
Cnt.so Ciesar Moiono prcM'nts bis
views of tho Sanionn question in the
Washington "1'iess" of .January 23d.
O.v Tuesday, Jtfnrcb nth, the an
nual meeting of the Inlei-lslund
Steam Navigation Comp.inv will bo
Tin: band concert at EniinaSqunte
last evening was well attended, not
withstanding the somewhat cool
lloi.MN M. Daggett is now editor
ot the "Morning Herald," a new
paper just fetai tod in Virginia City,
Ki:i:i in mind the oigan iccital
and sneied conceit at Kaumnkiipili
Chinch Tbuisday evening, at 7 A!
o'clock. Admission f)0 cents.
A noti: has been lcceived from
Miss .lessio Ackennan, thanking the
Hum.iitix for the notices of her tem
perance meetings lecently held in
A NUJinnu of inteicsling pictuics
of S.iuionu scenery, taken fioni pho
tographs by Dr. Vhittaker, of the U.
S. S. Mohican, aie in a late number
of Harpeis' Weekly. Dr. Whiltaker
is vciy faorably known heie.
Johnny Wil-on and tluec young
native boys attempted to plow away
on the bail: S. C. Allen last week.
They did not accomplish their object,
for the vigilant eye of Captain Felb
buhr delected them before the vessel
left tho port. The boys slated they
wanted to see a little of the world.
At a lccent meeting of the Albany,
N. Y., Debating Club, the question
of the evening was whether Trc-land
belonged to America or Anietiea to
Ireland? The best speakers upon the
occasion claimed that America was
practically in tho bands of about ten
million Irishmen, and it was decided
Oh.man Day, who has been in piison
in San Fiancisconeaily seven months
awaiting trial on a charge of stealing
a diamond cross was discluugcd
February 7th. Ho was once tried
the jury disagiceing. Since then the
complainant has not been seen and
cannot bo found.
Sunday morning, a Iioi.mj attached
to a hack belonging to tho Pantheon,
bolted from the stand on to Hotel
stieet, knocking over Mr. Gear,
teacher at the Foit street school, and
a man named Mr. jUobr. Both weie
injuied but not seiiously. The hoise
ran as far as the corner of Beretani.i
and Nuuanu sheets, where the cai
liage collided with a lamp post, and
was badlv smashed.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1,1. O,
Drill Co. 15 Honolulu Riilcs, at
Adjourned annual meeting of Ka
piolani Park Association, at 10 a.m.
in rooms ol Chamber of Commerce.
Annual meeting of Hawaiian Car
riage Manufacturing Company, at 2
). in., at ollicc of W. O. Smith,
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
11Y J. T. MOllOAN.
At 10 a. in. household furniture
at the residence of E. Lycan, Berc
tania street opposite the residence
of T. G. Thrum.
The sailing of the barkcntlne
Mary Wiukelinan has been postpon
ed until to-morrow. She will pro
bably not leave before noon. Let
ters dropped in the Post-ofllcc dur
ing the morning will be forwarded.
On Satuiday, February 2!)rd, at
10 a. in., Mr. J. F. Morgan will
hold a special credit bale of new
goads, by order of II. Hackfeld &
Co. At noon of tho same day ho
will sell the schooner Walehu. On
the 2Gth, at 10 a. m., Mr. Morgan
sells the lease of tho premises, side
of Punchbowl, directly opposite
Emma street, occupied by Mr. Mor
tenson ; also the household furniture.
Prof. E. L. Melville, the celebrat
ed aeronaut, whoso balloon ascen
sion at tho Cliff House, San Fran
cisco, created such a sensation, will
give an exhibition iu this city, at a
future date. Tho Professor has
limdu over ilOO successful ascensions
and earned a world-wido reputation.
His acrobatic exhibitions whilst in
the air, two unique and daring, and
his descent in a parachuto from an
elevation of MOO
feet, ib uiiprccc-
t have just returned fiom n flying
trip to vEtiin Springs at tho head of
Pupes Valley, Napa County, fit!
miles (by rail) and IS miles there
from (by stage), leaving hero at 8
o'clock a. in. St. Helena was reach
ed by 11 o'clock, and then after a
dinner at the local and leading hotel
in that pretty town 1 was "tooled"
over a splendid mountain and valley
load to the Springs, alany Ila
waiians have been there for health
and rest, and many moro arc bound
to go there, as tin- cxpeneiice ot" all
is Unit the baths, the daily drinks ol
medicinal waters, the rides and tours
about the country, the "home"
comforts enjoyed, and the familiar
and pleasant aspect of the suriound
ing hills, valleys, glens, waterfalls
and delightful forests make the
Springs a f.isein iting resort. On
the legHter I tound the names of
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Williams, Mr.
and Mrs. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs.
W. Hopper, Mrs. Thurston, Mrs.
Waller, and others who have left
behind them pleasant memories with
the manager, Mr. Lidelland his wife,
and carried away new health ami
lusting recollections of their pleas
ant stay in that favored legion.
Interviewing Mr. li. Tucker, who
is our recognized dealer here in Ha
waiian bananas, he gave me some
interesting figures in connection
with that article of export liom the
islands. In 1880, the total number
of bunches received here was -19,-."i5-l;
in 1887. o3,70S; in 1SS8, 70,
0G1, of which, during the three
years, Mr. Tucker handled more
So far the shipments for 1889 pro
mise to exceed that of previous
years, the total amount expected
being somewhere near 80,000 bun
ches. Hawaiian bananas are sent
to Vancouver on tho north, and to
San Diego on the south, and as far
east as Salt Lake City. If proper
arrangements were made on the
steamers, especially the Australia,
for having the hunches hung in
racks fitted up between decks, and
above all, if groweis and shippeis
of the fruit in Honolulu would ap
preciate fully the advantages ac
cruing to them by taking care that
the bunches arc cut iu exactly the
light stage of growth, i. c. fully de
veloped and on the vei go of ripening,
and that they should never be sent
on board ship with the leaf wrap
pers wet, they would realize a bet
ter profit on their shipments than
they do now.
The dates of sailing of the steam
ers from Honolulu at present are
not favorable to this trade, as, in
stead of a bona (ide semi-monthly
trip we have two steamers arriving
and leaving within a week of each
other, and then an interregnum of
from 20 to 28 days, which forbids
the customer for bananas from re
ceiving their supplies as they ought
to. liuinor hath it that the Austra
lia, upon here arrival here on the
19th, will be refitted, and that
amongst other improvements will be
the fitting up of racks, between
decks, for bananas, the placing in
position of a "cold room" and per
haps the renewing of her boilers.
In connection with this it is said
that the schedule time will be
changed so that between the islands
and this poit there will be a lifteen
lam informed that President Van
liom of the Canadian Pacific li. li.
has repotted that the company is
about having built iu the United
States a steel passenger steamer in
tended during the summer, to ply
between Vancouver and Northern
ports, and iu winter to run to the
islands under the American ling,
carrying passengers and bananas to
British North American ports.
Mr. Harry von Holt is hero now,
as Hglit-licxrlcd and happy as ever.
He has cultivated a beard that is
something tremendous, and looks
out its ambush with his clear blue
eyes as pleasantly as ever. Harry
wants to go to Panama. If he does
go lie must look out for fevers, etc.
Mr. J. T. Waterhousc, Sr.. is
here as active as ever, and as de
cided iu regard to his opinions con
cerning Hawaiian affaiis.
This morning's Chionicle speaks
editorially of a lady who is going to
the leper settlement as follows:
"The devotion of the English nurse
who is on Jier way now to aid Father
Damian iu the care of tho lepers at
Molokai is something rarely seen in
these days. Here is a woman so in
spired with the desire to help those
who are outcasts from the world that
she voluntarily goes to this living
death, leaving behind home and kin
dred. The annals of missionary
a icrilice have never shown anything
liner than the heroism of Miss Fab
ian, and her name will be linked
with that of the iiuselllsli piiest who
has given his life for the wretched
lepeis of Molokai."
Too much praise cannot bo be
stowed upon any who are willing to
devote their lives to this cause.
San Francisco, Feb, 10.
people that fehow everything the'
Miss Webtcnd It is a mere mat
ter of training. One of the llrbt
things I was taught was tho tut of
appearing interested when bored to
Prince Himunrck i- a capital
French sehul.ir, but dctealu every
other fJcriiiiiti YllO parades tho same
MQottfLUj U0 l,, jafcfilUUSV J 4 UHI).
"n-t-- 'T yJ. rVKW) i' mtH'. ,! :,'..llVty'VxtJ jri'J .
&$ SpNEfc. ;iv '
- It W-" - 'i.T f K&SltSJ r.
WX ia&A$l c&A-eM?) taI riS
GEEAT CLEAEANCE SALE FOE 30 DAYS OILY !
I hereby beg to inform
"Will be offered
Lace ui'liiins nil Cretonnes,
01 every description will be closed out. Kid Glove o()c a pair ; bilk Gloves & MitU greatly reduced.
Parasols, prices cut in half ; Extreme Bargains in Table Linen & Napkin.
S- A Large Remnant Table Every Day of our Clearing Sale -ffl
Moscpulo Nettings reduced to S2.25 a piece ; Try our prices in White Cotton ; Best Brands Dress Ginghams, Percelca,
fast colors; Calicos, Seersuckers, White Goods, Lawns, Muslins, other large line of wash
material, etc., are offered at an immense reduction.
Sateencs efc Satins reduced; Ladias Cloth, Ladies Tricot sold at cost. Try our Flannel, extra wide, 35c yard; immense
reduction in Black Cassemeres. My entire stock of
GENTS',. LADIES' & CHILDRENS' BOOTS e SHOES !
Will be closed out at Cost Price. Do not miss this chance.
JafGOODS MOt-iD ITOli OWSSII ONLY DURING JLTE SAJL.E-a
t uxuw ifcc jita-yfcwir nrt'm. jvt ..-rnagaBarwi mmn
IS MARRIAGE A FAILUKE7
"Mauiagc a failure? I should
say not!" remarked an Oregon
farmer, whose opinion was desired
on one of the great questions of the
day. "Why, there's Lueindy gits
up iu the inornin', milks six cows,
gits hreakfas', starts four children
to skewl, looks arter the other three,
feeds the hens, likewise some
motheilcss sheep, skims twenty
pans o' milk, cashes the clothes,
gits dinner, et ceteiy, et cetery.
Think I could hire anybody to do it
fur what bhe gits? Not much!
Marriage, sir, is a success, sir; a
gieat success!'' fVonth Com
That's an eat thing in clothes, said
the cannibal, as he saw a missionary
approaching. iS. 1 . News.
Jinks What did you swear off
on this lime? Winks Sitting in
draughty churches. Philadelphia
Tue Queen of Sweden dids in the
garden to steady her nerves.
There arc 1130,000 drink-sellers in
Belgium, or one for every ten fam
ilies. The recent emancipation of all
slaves in Hrazil has depreciated the
national pio-perity for a time.
The Czar of Ktissia wears a ring
in uhich is imbedded what purports
to be a piece of the true Cioss.
Queensland has the richest mine
iu the world, and the sole owner of
it has been offered 8111,000,000 for
Egypt will preserve its uvonuments
from a fund accruing from a S5 fee
charged all tourists visiting Nile an
tiquities. Electric hand-lamps, to be used
in Heaichingii battle-field, have been
experimented with in England.
Japanese Employment Office.
Olil would ifnpctfullv iiifunn the
public of Honolulu anil the Nl-
anil eui'iatly, that he hai opened a
lapanune Employment, Olllee at No. :!ii
King stiuet, we.t of Kekaulike htiaet,
where he will be i party tu promptly till
all oulers for .Japanese help. Enijlhu
and Hawaiian spoken, hell Telephone
No. aw. 177 1
-X! ILLIAM FOSTER - Attorney.
V? at-Lnw & Notary Public Hono.
rpHE animal meeting of the stoek-
JL holdeis of the Inter Island Steam
Navigation Co., (Limited), Mill he held
on TUEaDAY, March .r.,I88U, at If)
o'clock A. m., at their olllee on Queen
btieet. J. ENA,
Honolulu, Feh. 18, 18S1). .177 llit
rpiIK ml join ned iinmiiil meeting of
X the siockholduia of the Kupiohuii
l.iik AKsoclution will he held on WED-NK-jIUY,
the Willi lust., alio A. m., at
the moms of tin) IJIiiunher of ('oiiiineice.
A. S. CLEGIIOHN,
172 Id President.
rpilK aiuiual lueeting of tho stork
i. JuililciH of thu Iliiwrtilan Carriage
Mnuufiietiirlng Coinpniiy, will he held
on WEDNESDAY, Felnuary i0, 168 1,
ui a j. si., at the oillio of W. O. Smith,
beeieturv, III! Foil sheet.
Dy order of tho Ilo.ud of Ulicetors.
W. (). SMITH,
Honolulu, Feb. 15, IBVJ. Hicrctarr.
WHKHKAH F. Hose of I'aia, Maui,
litis this day made ah assign.
ment of hia piopcrty to the underFigiied
loi the heiielil of his creditors, notice In
hen by giun to nil puties owlngbiiid
l Huso to iniko iminedialo jiajinciit,
an i nay peuoiu I in lug claiim anlnsl
J'' it'.oto pio-onl ilieiu li tho under,
rij.iidl viihin hi uioiiihn from date or
hit v will lo '.imv r i.urrcil.
EH. IlOEKsCIlLAKaEK & CO.
lloiiuiilin, Eub. i.i, -B't) 17U111
SF YOU FIND ANYTHING.
I X advertise it In tho Daily Bullktw
.' Vj'.Ii -
Corner of Hotel
the general puic thai during
and immei'&iJ reductions are
The Entire Stock will be offered
a erreat sacrifice.
closed out in that department.
etc., etc., etc.
PROGRAIM OF RiCES
Saturday, February 23, 1889,
1 TioiliiiK Uuee,
F. A. Cii!inni:i eiiici
II. P. ll-hlmr.! ...Ui'
. 1 ick, 1)1. g.
.i .ii- II, rn. tr.
15. G. bi'Iiu-iiiin
. K. Mile......
.. i ol ; oil, . m.
....Hilly M. eli. g.
2 Kunnini! lt-.ce,
J. A. Utiminins en'nr.... .Jin, li. m.
II. I' llebbnrd tlunv, 1). g.
K. It. Miles bhoo Fly, li. g.
No. 3 Kurmini; Itnce,
i mile dnsh
J. A. Cummins eater-...
E. H. Mile
tSy-Itaci"' cimmewc u
tfcsfiifiu'ial mlmi moii oOc.
Tiiielm Driving Club.
THE0. P. SEVERiN,
Has taken the Studio founerly occupied
by A. A. Aiont.iuo, coiner of King
and I'ort stiei't, and is pie
pa! ed to lake
ANY STYLES !
I'rliillns Italic lor AniiitcnrH,
Cabinets $6 a Boz. Yoik Guaranteed.
COT Enhance on Toil .Sheet. -a
The Altiui! iiNin Kainlm'H Vow
A Fnm AS N'ecl !Mwi:ui.iIt
for the above
M AltOlI V, 1 S1.
VST For terms ol freight in .uiigo
having Hiipeiior ciblii and teeing. nc
comiiiuiluiioiis, applv to
Q. IRWIN & CO.,
The Al M(raiiisli1i
Of tho Occidental & Oriental StcaiiiBlii))
Co. will ho due at Honolulu frou. San
1 ranciEco on or ahnut
inarch 9, 1889,
And will leave for the ab vo ports on
or nbout that date.
tOfVar freiglit or passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO,,
107 Id Agents
MHS. MONHOK, ladies nurae, has
removed to Nn. )1, KuUui street.
HS Coral lloclt, Itlaeli ritone, Ulack
and H hile uud and Soil, for Kale
iu uny (piuntli) . Apply ul the olllee of
W. O. Achi, Kuuhumimu street. 119 Um
(2?D Etercfr) M)
& Fort Streets.
my Clearance Sale largo inducements will be offered,
made iu every depart men! .
and Laces of
in that Department at Cost.
I call particular attention that every article must be
bargains are offered in
White Dresses, Lace Cans, Snn Bonnets, elc.
-nr m Mm h m m vmm
75 and 77EG-A.N
WE AUK NOW SHOWING NEW STYLES OE
Siring; Gimliw, Prints, Plain & Fancy Mum Batiste,
Piques, Challis, Cretonnes, Furniture Prints,
very latest shades and styles,
Saner Dress M, Cream Ames, Lata Bnnting, &c.
Our Now Stock of Silk Griinn, Bead Ornaments,
Novelty Braid, Silk Ornament Braid, Trimming Yelvets, Pearl Buttons,
Is the finest ever seen
new assortment of
ies Boots, Shoes & Slippers, Hosiery
And a COMPLETE STOCK of UNDERWEA.K, latest utyle
and elegant in design. In our gents department
wo oiler the latest in
Custom-inside Clothing-, lor Men, Youths & Children,
O.ivaK Neckties, Cufl's & Collars and Gents Furniture of every
(lcsciiplioii. We call patticul.ir attention to our
enormous stock of the latest stylus in
aml nlZ rort" Gaiters, Oxf. Ties, Opera Slippers,
Sept Felt Hats, Trunks,
Hell rX'oloilioio, SO -SBST
No. 24 Merchant Street, near Fort Street.
HAVE OK HAMB AKD FOR SALE,
17" XJ J 3U ASSORTMENT
All Brands of American Whiskies I
Bourbon, Rye and Rflonongahala,
In Hull; or Case;
SCOTCH jnul XJMSJBi. WHISKY
lu (llasb and Stone Jaisj
Very Fine and Very Cheap QualtiticH, aa are wanted;
G-INS, in Large and Small Bottles,
(White or Mack), alto, STONE JUGS;
OIB TOM G-IN!
Hcst Hr.uxl in the Market.
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT
In Hulk and Case;
All Brands of American Lager Beer,
English Ale &, Porter, German Beer, etc
In l'inla and Quarts,
Finest Brands CHAMPAGNES',
In Pints ami Quails.
Bittersy Liquers, Absinthe,
Apollinrai Water Kummels.
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES!
Zlnfandel, MaCaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, &c, &..
ST All of which will be sold AT LOWEST HATES by
170 1( MANAGER,
all descriptions !
m r u m i
&; OO- Fort Street.
and examine our impor-
Heforo buying elsewhere look at our
Valitcs, Etc., Etc. 17-88
axutiin.1 "JCeleilioiie, 371
Um ' Jffltki&te&-4($t!$&ttffil& dUttLuuiAie. iMimM6aAiJ,&
gan '''"Tfif'n! atMie f