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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hnok stand : Merchant anil Fort
Btrcct. Telephones, 335.
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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 20, 1880.
Stmr C 11 BUhop from Koolan
Stmr J A Cuiuuilm Iroin Kooliui
Stmr Kwa for F.wa
Schr Mol Wuhlnu for lliininku.i
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bktno Mary Wlnkelinnu for San Fran
cisco n't 11 a in
From Windward ports per stmr V O
Hall, Feb 10 Ij S ISroiiaoii and wife, F
II ltoyec, II Center, Kov V 11 Ilnrnc.
Bishop of Honolulu, Kov S II D.ivK T
32 Alwater, AlWs Dohcrty, K Catton,
JIiss Dunn, T I'cdlnr, Mrs Acliung, 1
prisoner, and O.i deck.
ForKapaa per stmr Jus Makco, Foh
10 Mrs (J X Arnold and 5 clilldrun,and
For Kaitai peretnir Mlkahaln, Feb l!l
V Iscnberg, jr. F 1" Hastings, Miss
Lyman, Mrs V M Cooke and child, II S
Trcgloan, M Cone a, C O llergcr, Hon
W F Allen and wife. Mrs Kleinon
Bclincldcr and -10 deck.
Three men, Kahelelani, C. Malay
and Kaai were charged with the lar
ceny of two cans of milk, in the Po
lice Court this morning, the prop
erty of the AVooiUftwa Dairy Com
pany. One of the company's driv
er's said the cans were stolen from
his wagon in Rohello lane. Suspi
cion pointed towauls the defendants.
A nolle pros was entered against
Kahelelclani, Malay was found not
guilt', while Kaai, who pleaded
guilty, was sent on the reef for
three months and fined 810.
W. S. MALTBY.
As stated in this paper a couple
of days ago, Mr. W. iS. Maltby, the
cyclist, intends visiting these isl
ands. The gentleman writes to the
Bullutik that he will leave San
Francisco by the steamship Austra
lia, on March 5th, on his way to the
Colonics. It is Mr. Mallby's wish
to give exhibitions of his skill in cy
cling during his stay here, if ar
rangements can be made to that end.
"Will our local cyclists interest them
selves in seeing what can be clone?
Following is a brief outline of Mr.
Maltby's career, from the "Albany
Mr. W. S. Maltby, who appears
in connection with this entertain
ment, is a native of Birmingham,
Conn., and is now in his 22d year.
He first mounted the "silent steed"
in the fall of 'S3, and as he at once
became fascinated with riding, it
was not but about four months after
learning to ride that he gave his first
exhibition in "fancy riding," and
soon made quite a reputation as an
expert. lie traveled throughout
the States during the years of '81
and ,'85, giving exhibitions in all
the principal cities with good suc
cess, and in the spring of 'SO he
sailed from San Francisco for Aus
tralia, calling en route at the Sand
wich Islands and New Zealand. lie
arrived at Sydney, Australia, July
1st, and spent nine months touring
throughout the colonies, meeting
with great success, as his perform
ances were entirely new to the Aus
tralians. During his stay there lie
had the honor of appearing before
each of the governors of the differ
ent colonies. His next movements
were toward England, exhibiting a
few weeks on his way both in Java
and India. In the latter country
he was the recipient of many hand
some presents from the "native
princess." Ho reached England in
August, '87, where he at once join
ed the "American Team," and
made a five months' tour through
out Great Britain, during which his
riding was greatly appreciated. Jan
uary 1st, '88, lie started for a four
weeks' tour on the continent. This
being successfully accomplished, the
young traveler started for his native
land, arriving at New York Feb.
Cth, '88, thus completing a tour of
about 00,000 miles. On his return
to his home at Birmingham he met
with a very brilliant reception from
the citizens and cyclists of that
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
llKFOItU MC'CUr.LY .1.
Monday, Feb. 18th.
J. S. Martin vs. L. B. Kerr.
Writ of error granted on defendant's
motion, which stays execution 9!
judgment on the verdict for 1,500
damages given plaintiff at last term.
This will enable the matters in er
ror to be argued at tho special banco
term next month. V. V. Ashford
for plaintiff 5 A. S. llartwcll for de
fendant. UEroiu: juw, c. J.
Tui:sdav, Feb. 19th.
Kekuawola and others vs. D. Ka
leialii and others. Bill of complaint
to get execution of judgmeut stayed.
Heard and decision reserved. A. S.
llartwcll for plaintiffs ; A. 1 Vetcr
Hon for' defendants.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X !2t columns, purely local matter
Mailed to foreign countries, $5 per
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
TnY one of the City Moat Market's
bologna uutgnges for breakfast.
J. K. Unowtt & Co. ndveiliso
genuine Scotch oatmeal in tins.
V. S. Lucr. has a notice clsowhoro
in relation to a power of nllo'rnoy.
Tin; bark Amy Turner will sail
fiom Boston for Honolulu in July
Tun lehearsals of the Honolulu
Arion Society have been suspended
for a time.
Thkhh was a big bush lire in Nuu
anu Valley ,above the half-way house,
1 . ..... , -
Tun lpgular monthly meeting of
the Y. M. (J. A. will bo held Thurs
day evening, at 7 :30 o'clock.
A notioi: respecting the shutting
off of tho supply of water on the
plains, will bo found elscwheio.
Tin: Honolulu lion Works oiler a
new invincible compound centrifugal
pumping engine and air pump com
plete, for sale.
On the fourth page will be found
nn article on "Hawaii Misrepresent
ed," which mir leaders should not
fail to peruse.
Sr.i.r lighting pocket lumps, nickle
plated, invaluable to smokers, is the
latest novelty, for sale by J. E. Drown
it Co. as per advertisement.
A comi'mmentaiiy benefit concert
will be tendered the Canipobello con
cert combination Saturday evening,
at the Hawaiian Openi House.
A sni.F-nr.GiSTFRtNa barometer at
the residence of Hon. A. S. Cleghorn,
Waikiki, showed 51 degrees Tuesday
morning and 57 this morning.
Upon enquiries at the Queen's
Hospital this morning, it is learned
that the condition of Mr. Nolle is
improving in the most satisfactory
Fuiday, February 22d, will be the
one hundred and iifty-seventh anni
versary of the birth of George Wash
ington. The event will probably be
observed lme by the hoisting of the
Government,diploinatio and Consular
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Services at the churches at 7
Oahu Lodge No. 1 K. of 1,
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of P.,
Drill Co. C Honolulu Killes, at
Regular monthly meeting of Y.
M. C. A. at 7:30.
Organ recital and sacred concert
at Kaumakapili Church, at 7:15 p.m.
AUCTION "SALES' TO-MORROW.
BY J. 1'. MOKGAX.
At 10 o'clock a. m., regular cash
sale, when will be offered amongst
other things, a quantity of tailors'
The sailing of the barkentine
Mary Winkclman, Captain Dyre
borg, has again been postponed until
eleven o'clock a. 111. to-morrow. The
mail from the Post Ollice closes at
10 o'clock. She will take a full
cargo of domestic produce.
KAPIOLANI PARK ASSOCIATION.
Following is the Board of Direc
tors of the Kapiolani Park Associa
tion elected at the annual meeting:
James Campbell, A. S. Cleghorn,
Tom May, Cecil Brown, W. M.
Giffard, II. J. Agnew, Wm.
Irwin, II. R. Macfarlane, T.
Walker, II. J. Nolte and 13.
Everett Bruinagliin who was ar
rested in Honolulu on a charge of
embezzlement from Paia plantation,
on Maui, was brought before the Dis
trict Justice of Makawao last week,
and waiving examination, has been
committed for trial at the June term
of the Second Circuit Court. Brum
aghin was brought down on the W.
G. Hall yesterday and taken to
Oahu Jail, where he will remain
until his trial takes place.
DR. R.W. ANDERSON, DENTIST.
As will be seen from u card in
another column, Dr. R. W. Ander
son, dentist, bus opened an ollice at
No. U8 Hotel street, the one recently
occupied by Dr. Grossman. Dr.
Anderson is from Plaiufleld, N. J.,
and is a graduate of the Philadelphia
Dental College. He has practised
for several years, and performs nil
operations with the very latest im
provements in dental science.
Mrs. Frank Eaton, of Hun Fran
cisco, arrived on the Alameda, and
is a guest of the Hon. and Mrs. I.
S. Walker, Nuiianu Avenue.
Rev. J. A. Cruzan, formerly pas
tor of Central Union Church, but
now of the Third Congregational
Church, San Francisco, was re
cently presented with a handsome
gold watch by his congregation.
Mr. Jus. S. Turner, at one time
foreman of the P. C. Advertiser
Company, is now foreman of the job
department of C. A. Murdock fc
Co., San Francisco.
Bishop Willis returned from a
pastoral visit on Hawaii, by the W.
G. Hall, yesterday.
BUREAU OF CUSTOMS.
Finance Dhpartsiunt l)i'iu:At; ur
lloNoi.ui.r, II. 1., Feb. l.'Hh.
His I3.ci:i.i.?.Ncv W. L. Gitrxx, His
Majesty's Minister of Finance.
Sir: In conformity with the pro
visions of Section 553 of the Civil
Code, 1 have tho honor to submit to
Your Excellency the Annual Repoit
of tho business of this bureau for
the year ended December 31, 1888.
The domestic exports for the year
just ended amount in value to
811,601,431, being an excess of
82,196,230 over that of 1887.
Of sugar, tho incipal item of
export, there were sent abroad
235.888,310 pounds, being in ox
cess over that of tho pievious year,
by 23,121,(1(19 pounds. Rice has
fallen off to the extent of 805,000
pounds, while the total value of the
same exceeds that of 1887 by 23,
289. The other items of export
being of the lesser quantity and
value, no mention will be made here,
but refer you at the same time to
Table No. I.
The total value of our domestic
and foreign exports amounted to
811,903.398, an increase over the
previous year ot S2, 190,351. The
United States, practically, received
the entire output of our products.
Merchandise to the value of &1,
5 10,887 was imported into this king
dom during the year just ended,
while the amount for 1887 was
SI, 913,810, a falling off of 'S-102,.
953. Goods paying duty fell off
$159, GIG; goods free by treaty
$22-1,7.10 ; goods bonded 8100,099;
and goods free by law increased
We bought of the United Slates
merchandise to the amount of $3,
329,512, or 73.32 per cent of the
total; of Great Britain $052,171, or
1-1.30 per cent; of China and Japan
8199,700, or -1.38 per cent; of
Germany 4183,124, or 4.01 per
cent; of Australia and New Zea
land 8110,932, or 2.4-1 per cent;
and of other countries $G5,-139, or
1.40 per cent.
coiiMimcn with foreign countkii:s.
The total value of our imports
and exports amounts toS10,24S,48G ;
of this amount $15,000,775 were
with the United States, or 92.30 per
cent; SG52.171, with Great Britain,
or 4.01 per cent; China and Japan
received 1.2S per cent; Germany
1.12 per cent; Australia and New
Zealand .72 per cent; British Colum
bia .12 per cent; and other coun
tries .39 per cent.
The imports of Specie for the
year amounted to $1,209,077, and
the exports to 828,520.
The carrying trade was divided
between, American vessels 0G.19
per cent; Hawaiian 24.93 per cent;
German 4.48 per cent;British 3.78
per cent; other nationalities .02 per
Hawaiian iti:GiSTi:ui:ii vi:ssi:i.s.
The number of registered vessels
for 18S8 was 01, with a tonnage of
15,400, as against 57 with a tonnage
of 12,244 for 1887.
There have been added to the list
of Hawaiian registered vessels 1
bark and 3 steamers, and 2 have
The total tonnage entered at the
ports of the Hawaiian Islands during
the year in its foreign commerce was
221,148 tons, of which 113,459 were
American; 04,007 Hawaiian: 29,
519 British; German 5,820; and
other nationalities 8,070.
This port has been visited by no
less than 20 ships of war with a
total of 187 guns.
IMMIOIIATION AND l'ASSENGUI! MOVE
MENTS. During tho year the arrival of
passengers and tourists was 1,533,
and the departures 2,032, an excess
of departures of 499.
During the same period 5,532 im
migrants have arrived in the king
dom, of this number 1,520 were
Chinese; 3,413, Japanese; and 433
Portuguese. The departure con
sisted of 1,529 Chinese; 503 Japa
nese ; and 798 Portuguese, or 2,890
all told. Excess of arrivals 2,012.
The actual gain to the population
is 2,143. The number of passen
gers in transit was 3,400.
There has been a marked decreaso
in the withdrawal for consumption
of the stronger class of spirits and
in some classes of wines, while the
consumption of light California
wines and beer have increased to a
The total revenue received by
this Bureau amounts to $540,112, a
falling off from that of 1887, of
In view of tho fact that there is a
decreaso of 4U9 persons from the
class that consume the most, as well
as the abrogation of the Opium
License and tho increased consump
tion of beer and wines, which take
tho place of spirits pacing a higher
rate of duty, the revenues are as
much as could be expected.
I have tho honor to be, sir, your
excellency's most obedient servant,
A. S. Ceegiiokn,
Collector-General of Customs.
ji a rpiiu Lrii und Uullillnt'
j&'ra A known us tho "Yrnomltc
BKffSitBhkiilmt.' Kink," shunted (in
Qiiuuii Stieut near Klcluml tslrcct. For
further tmitlculurs apply to
10d tf Tjios. E. WALL.
: HONOLULU, H., I BEBRUABY 20, X8S9,
A -b4Am 1 1 -
ffl rasf-an 5Bi
MAT f!T,EAR.A'Vf!F, SALE 1
Jl.llJlJIXJLJl. V JUI.Jt-JUJk.
I hereby bog to inform
"Will be offered at a great sacrifice. I call particular attention that every article must be
closed out in that department. Immense bargains arc offered in
Lace (Mx ui Cretonnes, etc., etc, etc. '""'-c""-"- - White Dresses, Lace Caps, Sou Bonnets, etc.
Of every description will be closed out. Kid Glovea 50c a pair ; Silk (Moves & MitU greatly reduced.
Parasols, prices cut in half ; Extreme Bargains in Table Linen & Napkins.
ED-- A Large Remnant Table Every Day of onr Clearing Sale s
Mosquito .Nettings reduced to 2.25 a piece; Try our prices in "White Cotton ; Best Brands Dress Ginghams, Perceles,
fast colore ; Calicos, Seersuckers, White Goods, Lawns, Muslins, other large lines of wash
material, etc.," are offered at an immense" reduction.
Sateenes Ss Satins reduced; Ladies 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 & SHOES !
Saturday Evening, Feb, 23rd.
Sixth nml List Suliscrip'ion Concert and
Complimentary Benefit ten
Signor Campobello aud Miss Porter
A lli'Ullnut and Varied I'roKi'nuinic.
JVIinN Grnce I?oiLoi,
Sir. JiurlcN Throwr,
Mr. Felix OUcrt.
Ml-. Theodore Sclmililt,
I'KICI'.H or ADMISSION:
Dress Circle $150
Balcony 75 cts
Gallery 50 cu
tSTTicki-t ollice at J.
Co.'s, Moieli.int street.
K. Browu &,
Br. E. W. Anderson,
(Agisted by I)r 13. A. Lundy.)
Artiliciai Teeth from one to an euliro
set innritiul on gold, silver, ulluminum
olid inhlicr bases. Crown mid Bridge
"uik n si iei.iliy. To personB wemin
rubber p'ntis which are n constant
somce ol initutioM lo the mouth und
Ihroat, we would recommend our Pro.
(hyiuc'lc Met.il I'lntc. All opiations
performed in ncconlancc wlili the latcjt
improvement in dental mencu. Teeth
ICxtraeud withou' pain ly ihu uso of
Nitr.itu Oxide Gi .
tS;"!id Until .-tutl, at Dr. GinasinunM
old stand. Feb.20-80
Japanese Employment Offlco.
MORI would lcpeetfully Inform the
public of Honolulu and the isl
ands generally, that be has opened a
Japanese Employment Ofllee at No. !!0
King street, west of Kekaullke street,
wbeie lie will bo icadyto promptly till
all orders for Japaiic&o liulp. EnglUb
and Uawftiiau spoken. L'ell Telephone
Xo. iliiU. 177 lw
VlflLLIAM FOSTER -Attorney.
T T at-l.uw & .Notary i'uullc Hono
MHS. MONHOI", ladies' mirse, has
removed to No. !!, Kukul slreet.
"VT IKS Chlllburg hug moved her inllli
11 1. 1 1 pry lmsiiicsa to tho place lately
occupied by I. Mcluery, next to Gomes
& Wlcliiiiau, FoiUtieot, near King.
a LL persons having claims against
i Mrr. .Nancy H. Ellis are requested
toeond tluin in to Mr. A.J. Oartwright,
with a view to Hcilli'mcnt.
Honolulu, Feb. (1,1880. 10(1 2w
ALL pnrtles owing to W. S. Luco up
to January ill, lb89, are hereby ru.
quested to nuiku Immediate payment to
Mr. Frank brown, Merchant direct, (for.
uierly A. M. How ell's), who is autho.
rized to receipt for all moneys paid
J. F. 1IACKFELD,
AMlgnt(!i of V. 8. Luco,
Honolulu, Jaii. ill, 188'J. 101 lm
HAH Coral Hock, Hlack Stone, Black
anil W hitu band and Soil, for sale
In any quuutiiy. Apply ul the ollice of
W. C. Achi, Kauhumauu Btrcct. lie ilm
fflTI KXJ7BZ"-W. BKTr nWUVTTi
r Wb Ur I- J
LL, jfcp j&fii tJfci
Oornsr of Hotel
JL.VJLJ- 1 V JOl IVJ.Jl-flJl.JlU
the general pulic that during
and immeiunS reductions are
The Entire Stock will be offered in that Department at Cost.
ies, Swisses ik ChiUdrens EViusim Underwear I
"Will be closed out at Cost Price. Do not miss this chance.
tS-GOODS SOLD JPOK CVWII OIVJLV JDUR,IiNG 'A" XI 13 SVLI3-a
S. EMRLBCS-i, Proprietor.
PROGRAM OF RACES
Saturday, February 23, 1889,
BZixpiolarii JPsn-lc !
No. 1 Trottinit Knee, 5 mile d.ibh
J. A. CiuiiMiii enlei Jnck, bl. if.
II. P. Hisl,iii,nl....0uuici' If. m. ir.
K. O. Seiuniiit!....Svtclvcio(l, p. m.
K. R. Mile- Ullly -M, eh. g.
No. 2 Runnintr ltnce,
i4 mile dnsh-
J. A. Uumminx enter? . . . .Jilt, b. in.
II. V. Hebbiird Uuiiy, b. g.
E. R. Miles Shoo Ply, b. g.
No. 3 Hunnini' Race, 1J mile dash
J. A. (JumtniiiB enter.
K. It. .Milee
Ivory, v. in.
..Nick, b. g.
tJfltaces eonimcilco at li o'clrok.
JCSyUeneritl r.dmi-sion Me.
Tiiiohu Driving Club.
THEQ. P. SEVE
Has taken the Studio formerly occupied
by A. A. Montsuio, corner of King
and Poit streets, und is pro
pal cd to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
1'rlntlMs Ionc lor Aiuuli'urH,
Cabinets $6 a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
BSST EiiI'dik-i! on I'ort .Sticot. "a
Tli Xlp'ion Yiihi-ii liiilhliu's Ximv
A J-'ini) At Miccl NIcaiiiNlilit
"Omi -Mf Maru"
leave for the :ilmu pxii.n
MAKUI1 ? 18S!.
EST For lei inn of freight or usago
having Mipciior oahin and htceiat-u up.
coniiiiodatinn!), apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO.,
103 td Agents.
TUu Al KtrnilD.!i!'
Of tho Occidental & Oriental Steamship
Co will be due at Honolulu from San
FrancUco on or about
March 9, 1889,
And will leave for the above ports on
or about Hint date.
iffirFor freight or paspage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
107 td Agents
WIIKIUU-" P. R080 of Paia, Maui,
haa this day inudo nu useigu.
nicnt of his property to the undersigned
for tho beiu'lll of hU crcdlloru, notice is
hereby given to all panics owing said
F. Rose lo luako immediate payment,
and any percent having claims against
F. Rose to present them to the under.
sinned within six months from date or
they will be lorovcr barrvd.
Ei. HOFFSOHLAKUKR & CO.
Uouolulu, Feb. 18, 1850. 170 tit
& Fort Streets.
-r i. m
u n m
my Clearance Sale largo inducements will be offered,
made in every department.
and Laces of
NEW GOODSNEW GOODS
75 and 77 EG-AW
WE ARE NOW SHOWING NEW STYLES OK
Spring; Giitas, Prints. Plain & Fancy Salines. Batista,
Piques, Challis, Cretonnes, Furniture Prints,
The very latest shades and styles. Come und examine our impor
Sunt Dress M, Cream Auras, Lace Bill, &c.
Our New Stock of Silk Gimp, Bead Ornaments,
NoYelty Braid, Silk Ornament Braid, Trimming Velvets, Pearl Buttons,
X&iL))txiM, XMuiiicn, 'XO-im, JLc, ICte.,
Is the finest over seen in this city. Rcforo buying elsewhere look at our
new nhsortment of
Ladies Boots, Shoes & Slippers, Hosiery
And a COMPLETE STOCK of 1'XDERWEAR, latest style
and elegant in design. In our gents department
we oiler the latest in
Cu.sLom-miulc Clothing, for Men, Youths & Children,
C'j.ivjiti", Xeekties, Cufrh & Coll.irh and Gents Furniture of every
desciiption. We call particular attention to our
enormous block of the latest styles in
Straw Hats ",u,!m"0rrt" Gaiters, Oxf. Ties, Opera Slippers,
Sept Felt Hats, Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc. 17-88
13e!l Telephone, 50 -afiST Mutual Telephone, 371
No. U Merchant Street, near Fort Street.
HAVE ON HAHD AND FOE SALE,
.... A ... .
. OF ..
All Brands of American Whiskies I
Bourbon, Rye and Monongahala,
lu Hulk or Case;
SCOTCH and IRISH WHISKY
In Glass and Stone Jars;
Very Fine and 'ory Cheap QualtiticH, as are wanted;
G-INS, in Large and Small Bottles,
(While or Hlack), also, STONK JUC.S;
OLD TOM O- X N !
lient Brand in tho Market.
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT
In Hulk and Case;
All Brands ot American Lager Beer,
English Ale & Porter, German Beer, etc
In 1'iiitH nntl QiuirU;
Finest Brands CHAMPAGNES',
In 1'intH and Quart.
Bitters, Liquers, Absinthe,
Apollinari Water Kummels.
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES!
Zlnfandel, MaGaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, &c, &.
gjar All of which will bo sold AT LOWICST HATKS by
170 tf 3IANAGEK.
DAYS OILY !
all descriptions !
Ac CO. Fort Street.