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TIIUHSDAY, FEB. 2R, 1889.
Stmr Iwaluul from llainnkiia
Stmr J A Cummins fur Koolau tit i a m
Btinr Kualii for aliiliuiunil Waianau at
9 a in
Schr I.enlil for Koliala
Sclir KuMolfor Hawaii
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stun- O K llisliop for Wnliiuuc, Waialtm
autl Koolun ut !) a m
Sclir Kaalokulfor Koloti, Electa anil Ha.
iiapopu at !l ) in
From Newcastle, per bk Ed l'hlmiuy,
Feb 27 Jos Klcliardsou and wife.
From Wiiliilun, per Mmr Kaala, Feb
2G F Uuekholt. ami 1 1 deck.
From ICooliiu and Walalua )er tinr C
UUhop, Fob '27 Alirens, S Mai tin,
C Hawalians and :i0 deck.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr 0 It lllsbnp C02 bs sugar. 200
bgs rico and 71 pkgs suds.
Stmr lCaiila 800 bgs Migur, and i0 pks
The marriage of Miss Sarah
Horner to Mr. W. L. Decolo took
place last evening sit the residence
of Mr. W. Y. Horner, father of the
bride. The ceremony was perform
ed according to the rites of the An
glican Church, by Rev. W. II.
Barnes. The house was nicely de
corated with ferns and leis, and the
couple were married on the fiont
porch underneath a horse-shoe of
white flowers. The bride was given
away by her father. An elegant
supper was laid in the dining-room,
and on the verandas. The bride
was dressed in rich brown satin
with beaded trimmings, handsome
veil and orange blossoms. The pre
sents were useful and varied, includ
ing silverware of all kinds, rugs,
ornaments, etc. Among those pre
sent were Mrs. Lowrie Sr., Miss A.
Horner, Mrs. Pcttie, Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. Ilayselden, Mr. and Mrs. II.
Dickenson, Misses Dickenson, Miss
Taylor, Misses Dolierty, Mr. and
Mrs. T. K. Evans, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Dunn, J. A. Moore, Mr. Glade,
Honolulu; Mr. "Woolsev, Mr. and
Mrs. D. D. Baldwin, Rev. V. II.
and Mrs. Barnes, Rev. V. II. Kit
cat, C. F. Short, Mrs. C. Baldwin,
Dr. J. Weddick, Messrs. Hartmann,
Lahaina, Feb. 23rd, 1889.
0U1DA ON LADIES' CLUBS.
"Ouida" contributes to a syndi
cate of provincial newspapers an ar
ticle iii which she is severe upon
clubs intended exclusively for ladies
or to which ladies are admitted.
She says: "The kind of woman who
will enjoy a club will not be of the
highest order ; she will be a chatty,
gregarious, sociable, probably fussy
ind gossipping woman, or she will
belong to that eminently unlovely
and unloveable class of women who
is, in sporting phrase, 'hard as
nails,' who wears glasses, dissects
live kittens, and writes learned es
says to prove the nothingness of
everything; a truljr horrible and
appalling class which it is the espe
cial distinction of the nineteenth
century to have produced. These
two orders of women, with those
other women who are humdrum,
hurried, and occupied' in gaining
their own livelihood in the most nie
ritorous but uncomfortable manner,
will furnish the ladies' clubs with
their members at least, thoe la
dies' clubs from which men are ex
cluded. Those to which men arc
admitted will so exactly resemble
Hurlingham, Sandringham, the New
Club, and all other places where
men and women already meet that
they are not worth discussing. They
will offer agreeable facilities for
rendezvous, nnd this will become
their chief end and object very na
turally. Possibly when two or three
scandals have had their headquar
ters in them they will be shut up
with a tremendous noise and uproar,
and Society will bo neither the bet
ter nor the worse for thciu.'1
SUPREME GOURT-HN CHAMBERS.
ukkoki: now:, J.
Thuhsday, Feb. 28th.
Kalamaku (w) vs. D. "V. Kanoc
lehua; action for separation. Return
dav. 15y agreement of counsel, con
tinued to March Mth. Paul Neu
man for plaintiff ; W. C. Achi for
Richard Cayford vs. Marcus Col
burn; assumpsit for 827.7.5. De
fendant's appeal from Polico Court,
Honolulu. A. Rosa for defendant.
Hamilton Johnson vs. Joao do
Oliveira; assumpsit for S87.80.
Plaintiff's appeal from Polico Court,
Honolulu. V. V. Ashford for de
fendant, Continued to March term.
James Lyle vs. Raymond Roycs.
Damages for $200. Defendant's
appeal from Police Court, Honolulu.
V. V. Ashford for plantiff. Con
tinued to March term.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Omk gentleman aays Melville will
drop in a big thing.
i . ' '
Tin: naval row presents a very do
set ted appearance.
Tin: dredgo is at work ncifr the old
Custom Houso wharf.
Tun schooner Wniehu will bo sold
at auction on Saturday.
TicKi:rB for the balloon ascension
aio selling like hot cakes.
Any claims against Mrs. Wirt
should be piesenled to her attorney,
W. 0. Smith.
Tim Japanese steamer Omi Mam
will soon bo due from Yokohama
A vr.HY handsome black walnut
marble-top bedioom'sct is offered for
silo nl a very low ilguio.
Tin: brigs Connuclo and W. fi. Ir
win ought to bo along veiy soon with
later news than the Alamedii.
Mr. J. F. Morgan will s-i-11 the
household furniluio of the lute .1. K.
Spaiilding, al his ealosiootn, March
Tin: regular monthly meeting of
the Honolulu Arion will he hold to
morrow evening at the usual hour
Tin: tender of the Union Feed
Company has been accepted for sup
plying the Government stables with
feed for the next six months.
Mit. D. W. Pratt, in ease of ballast
failing on Satuiduy, would like the
fat men of the city to be present, to
bo utilized for that purpose, Captain
John Rico prefened.
IIi:itK.rn:n the mail will close at
4:30 o'clock in the afternoon at the
Post ollice for all steameis leaving at
live o'clock. Up to the present time
the mail has closed at four o'clock.
His Majesty has appointed Qol. Z.
S. Spalding. Hon. John A. Cummins
and Mons. Alfred Houle, Hawaiian
Consul-Gcncral at Paris, to be Ha
waiian Commissioners to the univer
sal exhibition at Palis.
AitKAXRRMKNTH are being made for
the removal of the coal piles leased
(. Allen it Robinson, and Wilder it
Co., on the esplanade, so that the
Alakeii sticot tram line can bo com
pleted to the water front. People
can then get ofl'ii steamer, board the
tram cars and pioeeed up town.
Lady Flotcncc Dixie, well known
in London for her originality, added
the following to invitations for a ball
slio hud jii.st given: "Contraiy to the
ridiculous customary habit hitherto,
ladies, will not have to wait to bo
asked to dance, but will have the
light to go directly to whatever
gentleman they choose. In my
house women shall enjoy the light of
The S. F. "Bulletin" has the fol
lowing: A rumor having been circu
lated in the Noithwest that Father
Conrady desired to leave the leper
settlement on the Sandwich Islands,
that priest has written to Aichbishop
Gioss that he lias no such intention.
He writes that he is about to oiect a
residence for biinselt in the giavc
yard whero the lepers are buried, in
consequence of its proximity to the
church where he officiates.
Manager D. W. Pratt, of the Mel
ville Ballooning Expedition, respect
fully requests the public who pur
pose visiting the Park on Saturday,
to purchase their tickets of J. E.
Brown it Co., or other agents, before
coming to the grounds, in older to
pievont a rush and delay at the
ticket office. He also informs the
schools that those children over 12
years, who do not secuie tickets of
J. E, Brown it Co., befoio coming,
will be charged full fare.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rifles, at
Kamchaincha Lodge of Perfection
No. 1 A. and A. S. R. at 7:30.
Drill Lcloiohoku Guards, at 7:30.
Y. M. C. A. singing class, at
Debating Society, at usual time
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
iir j. r. MOiuiAN.
At 10 a. m. assignees' sale of the
entire stock of merchandise of the
estate of S. K. Kamaipelekane,
At 12 o'clock noon, ten shares of
1'aia sugar stock and ten shares of
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing
Co. 'a stock.
A meeting of the Privy Council
was held yesterday afternoon, when
the petition for commutation of
death senJLence passed on the China
man Ahopa, came up for considera
tion. It was finally decided to ro
jeet the prayei of the petition. The
sentence will be carried out next
NEW COURT HOUSE.
The following tenders have been
received at tho Interior Ollice for
the erection of a Court house at
North Kohala :
S. P. Mio 85,480 00
Walker & Redward I,37f 00
W. F. O'HolIoron 3,780 00
John Oudcrkirk 8,505 P.)
Neil Campbell 3,519 00
Frank Archer 3,500 00
Hiram Kolomoku 3,350 00
Andrews & Kaaumoana. . 3,350 00
The last named was accepted.
THE GOMfHG RAGES.
In another column will be tound
the revised programme of the races
to bo held at Knpiolani Park on the
lClh of March. In all thcic are
fourteen events, including running,
trotting and bicycle rnens. Entries
must bo made before Saturday,
March 9th at -1 p. m. at tho olllco of
Mr. C. Boltc.
RUN SHORT OF PROVISIONS.
On Tuesday, February Gth, the
barkontinc Klikitat, when fourteen
days out from San Francisco, spoke
the British bark Rolhwell, 105 days
out from Rio Janeiro, to Portland,
Oregon. The mate of the Rothwell
boarded tho Klikitat and told Capt.
Cutler they were short of jprovisions,
owing to making a long passage.
Capt. Cutler gave the mate six sacks
of Hour and six of potatoes. The
crew of the Rothwell were all well,
though anxious to make their port
as quickly as possible.
HORSE SHOW, RACES, ETC.
This morning a Bcuxtin repre
sentative was invited to take a ride
out to Kapiolani I'aik by Hon. J. A.
Cummins, to notice the preparations
nnuft for the hor-e show, races and
barbecue on thu 10th of March.
The invitation was accepted and the
party went out behind a line team
of Boswell stock of Mr. Cummins'
own laislng. The track at the park
has been raised on the far side for
about half a mile, and will be in
good condition after being watered.
A good heavy shower of rain would
not come amiss just at this lime.
Besides the show of stock and
races on the liiih, there will bo a
barbecue for which a bullock will be
killed, that will weigh about a
thousand pounds after being dress
ed. A hog weighing three hundred
pounds will also he killed. Tables
have been erected in rear of the
Jockey Club stand, for the accomo
dation of the invited guests. Mr.
Cummins will not spare any expense
to make the whole affair a grand
success. The races promise to be
very interesting as the various events
will have many entries. The bicy
cle race will cause considerable ex
citement, and the show of stock will
undoubtedly be a line one.
Returning to town a stop was
made at Mr. Cummins' residence
where was seen a veiy handsome
kahili, which be sends on thu next
steamer to the Paris exposition.
The pole is made of twenty-six
diffeient kinds of island woods put
together in small pieces, while the
stand is made of kou and koa. The
kahili is of chicken featheis, dyed
red, with trimmings of red and
yellow silk. In all there are 350
stems, and six feathers on each
stem. It is a beautiful piece of work
and will no doubt attract much at
tention. After sampling the ice
water, the party returned to town.
"To make good coffee," writes
an expert on the subj. ct, "we must
have the proper or pure article.
What is called Mocha coffc that
is the best kind in this country has
only an imaginary relation with pure
Mocha, and is the sifted lesiduc of
Yemen and other Arabian districts.
Compared with the prices of coffee
in Ttnkey or Arabir, a pound of
pure and unmixed Mocha must at
least be sold from SI. 20 to Si. 50.
"Coffee-making is a more compli
cated affair than tea and could not
be easily conveyed in a recipe. The
coffee must have a brownish color,
which is gained by the proper pro
cess of roasting. A roasting kettle
must be a kitchen utensil in every
family, as it is in Tuikej-. The fire
must be inodciale, so that it might
be roasted slowly, and must be
taken away when it assumes an am
ber brown color, and immediately
spread on a table or cloth. Coffee
must be roasted day by day, or at
least once in two days. If after
roasting it is kept long, the flavor
will most certainly dissipate. There
fore, when yet slightly warm, it
must be reduced to impalpable
powder, not tby grinding, but by
pounding in a mortar a stone mor
tar always preferred. The powder
must be kept air tight in a jar, not
in paper bags.
"In making coffee we must obtain
two things sticngthand flavor. It
is evident that to obtain the first it
must be boiled, but by hard and
long boiling tho flavor is lost; this
difliculty must bo surmounted then
by a double process, one thorough
cooking and one slight ; by the first
a strong infusion is flavored, and by
the second the same infusion is ob
tained. Take a little tin or coffee
pan, according to the number of
cups you want to make. Put in
this pan a good-si.ed tcaspoonful of
the pounded coffeo for each cup,
and place it over a blow flro without
water. Let it funic a moment; pour
on this, without taking away from
the fire, boiling water ; in a few
moments the froth rises, take it
from thu fire instantly, turn into the
cup and. drink. Halliuioro Tele
grain. BUSINESS TftMS.
Kotlcta under Ms litiul are chnrutil HI riuifj
tier lute fur the first Insertion, unit 0 until per line
every additional insertion.
Conceive 1110 if you cin,
A wideawake young iiiun,
I am up lit ilii! fashion
And always to duelling
With "John 11. StcUon" on.
I love mid'ht weal nml won,
The med of piide to sow,
Thurii is nothing tu lusting
Ami unvM' on I en ill tig
As a "J. 15. S. Ohii.iuiiH."
ieu Ct Agent H. I.
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GREAT CLEARANCE SALE FOE 30 DAYS OILY !
I hereby bejf to inform the general public that during my Clearance Sale large inducements will be offered,
and immense reductions are made in every department.
Oreat deduction- in Emliroideries and Laces of ail descriptions !
The Entire Stock will he offered in that Department at Cost.
"Will be offered at a great sacrifice. I call particular attention that every article must be
closed out in that department. Immense bargains are offered in
Lace Curtains nil CMoies, Etc., etc., etc. M""s'' c""-.. wiiite Dresses, Lace Caps, Son Bouts, eic.
Of every description will be closed out. Kid Gloves oOeapair; Silk Cloves vVr Mitts greatly reduced.
Parasols, prices cut in half; Extreme Bargains in Table Linen iVr Napkins.
E A Large Eemnant Table Every Day of our Clearing Sale -B
Mosquito Settings reduced to $2.25 a piece ; Try our prices in "White Cotton ; Best Brands Dress Ginghams, Perceles,
fast colors; Calicos, Seersuckers, White Goods, Lawns, Muslins, other large lines of wash
material, etc., areofferedatanimmen.se reduction.
Sateenes Ss Satins reduced; Ladies Cloth, Ladies Tricot sold at cost. Try our Flannel, extra wide, 35c yard; immense
reduction in Black Cassemercs. My entire stock of
GENTS', LADIES' & CHILDRENS' BOOTS & SHOES !
1-.6.I swyawE-q-jutt3BMrpojtart utomwjbiw
Xztxiolsxi.ii 33sx3rJk !
rofessor E1L L. I
The-RSost Famcus and Successful Aeronaut In
the World !
es i i
''iiot.-Ks-im Mi:i.viu,i: liiw iniuie 100 sueeuisful Ascensions. He will leap from the
l5ullo;m when at an n Undo of 5 000 feet mid duoruml to
the earth with a Parachute.
PitOFKSEOii Mklvii.i.k, v,hr-e success for so young ft mini h-.s been nnprecu.
uenteil, u h m-inhcr of the Milit-iry .Veademy of Aeromiutieal Wot I;, of Mendon,
Fritiioe. Ills l.iihcr performed homu groat mid diiiiiii; vroik during thu &Iou;c nt
l'.m- lie uudu four billoou nm unMons from Plum: Carniitell, l'.tiis, nnd curried
0,000 tiiiurs mid ineviius b'ifely through the l,rii-.-iiiii line-. W lien a hoy (lie
Pi'K-c.Mir uiiiile li s Hit iiM'un-iiin with his fiiMicr, who wl! -i oomin Hee composed
of G mi liutU, flnrenttu of the I'liriiiun Prcs, Dnr.iut, thu Vflr.immm- nf ill s Oliser
jr.tory ot l'.uis, and General Nogrez, started fioin ili Augi.iie, in hu City of
Kice, O'l thu 7Ji of Juno nml landed on the lOtli al Mocow, Itusi.i, tr ive.iug 0,000
miles, and al i.n altitude ot i (,000 fei t.
'.Che Profossor will make tin ascent hangincj by hi3 too to u. uaprzs f i&tonetl
to tho mouth of tho Ualloon, performing tilt the while in midair.
Whou at an olova'.ioa of 5,000 fset ha will leip from
the Balloon and descend in tho PaiaJiato.
BQf-Thi! Ualloon will he inlhtcd at 'J r. m , an 1 the PrnfcsMir moii'i! i expect,
fully .'litest to the public that tin-)' be preceiu in lliat time, an i i tl.e in i in.
tcrcjlins; le.itnro ol tho entertainment, nml blionl.l be wiuiessul, us the - i y In ill,
in idl probability, never be teen ugain in thU city.
Como aiil lij-iiiy: "Your I-itlle Oiiew Z
Come IOiii-lr mid Secure tx. Coinl JMsif I
rhe ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND will be in Attendance !
Cbildieii iimler l'J ye.trn
Hoerved B-nts in i.ruid Stand
uWAinpio iiri,inj;eiiu'iit. for tlio ouiivevaiice of the imbho lo the l'aik have
been iii.ulu, at ren-uii iblo r its.
Piufei-inr Melville is iiiidoubtedly fjreat as tho people of H';n "rnnclEco know,
and IiIj daring le.il of lust .-und.iy excL'tded any of Ids other attempts. S. 1
tiUty.'liree lliniip.uid people, by actual count, wittie sed Professor Melville's
h'tlloou atcension at Ocean lieaeh ye.sieiday N. Y. llernUl.
Profes or Melville has most flit-cose fully linpioved on the balloon parachute,
thus rcndciiii"; the leap in liild.tiir coinparai'lvely mfe Sauriinicmo Union.
Proftisor Melville has no equal In his aeronaut pcifuuimucu in mid. air. lie
3tunds lirst m his. profeiiion. Phlladelpltlii Ledger.
H&fliuy your tickets before k0'1' 1 t'10 I'-'tk, if possible, to avoid a rush
at the gate,
CSyTickets can be had at J. K. Drown & Co.'s, Hawaiian News C'o.'s, C. J.
Mct.'mtliy's Dilllurd Parlors ami at King Bros,
BQr"N. 1!, Carriages cuteiinK tho Patk eucloitire will be charged CO cents a
pkee, in uddiilon to the eutrancu fee.
X. "W. J?.?."XVrJL",rX,9
16'J 3t MANAQEK.
Con;r of Hotel
ies, Misses & Childrens IViuslin Underwear !
Will be closed out at Cost Price. Do not miss this chance.
OirGOODSS .)IJL lOIC CVII OIVJCY DUK1NG 'XXIJE AJL.l?j3u
March 2d, at 4 p.m.
EaL. V .iainLl
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& Fort Streets.
75 and 77 tt&AJS
W'Vj ARE SOW SHOWING NEW STYLES OF
M (jiniliiiifls, Prints, Plaia k Fancy Salnms. Batiste,
Piques, Challis, Cretonnes, Furniture Prints,
Tho vory lalcht Muuk's and stylos. Como nnd cxamino our impor-
Smunsr Dress Goofls, Cream Aiires, Lace Bunting, &c.
Our New Stock of Silk Gimp, Ueail Ornaments,
Novelty Braid, Silk Ornament Braid, Trimming Velvets, Pearl Bnttons,
XCiljbotiN, J?liniieN, 'XVipM, JCt'., ICte.,
Is the fiiu't ever ct'ti in this city. Dcforo buying elsowheic look at our
new assortment of
Ladies Boots, Shoes & Slippers, Hosiery
And n COMPLETE STOCK of I'NDEKWEAK, latest Htyle
and elegant in design. In our gents depaitincnt
uc oll'or the latest in
Custom-made Clothing, for Men, Youths & Children,
Ci.ivat.s, Neckties, Cufl'n & CoUiuh and Clents Kiunituio of every
disruption. We call paitieiilar attention to our
eiiDriuous stuck of the latest styles in
Straw Hats ll,,,linl,erort" Gaiters, Oxf. Ties, Opera Slippers,
Felt Hats, Trunks,
lietl Tlej)hoiio, "50 -tBacST
No. 24 Merchant Street, near Fort Street.
HAVE ON HAND
OF . .
All Brands of American Whiskies !
Bourbon, Rye and Rflonongahela,
In Hulk or Case ;
scotch and xdrishl t?-iiiw;k:y
In Olusri and Stone Jars;
Very Fine and Very Clienp QualtiticH, as arc wanted;
G-INS, in Large and Small Bottles,
(Whito or IJhick), albo, STOXE JUfiS;
OII TOTT O-IIV!
liu.-t Drund in the Miuket.
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT
In Hulk and Cane;
All Brands of American Lager Beer,
English Ale & Porter, German Beer, etc
In Pints ami Quails;
Finest Brands CHAMPAGNES',
In Pints and Quarts.
Bitters, Liquers, Absinthe,
Apollinari Water Kummels.
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES !
Ztnfandel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling-, Hocks', &c, &.
&S- All of which will ho sold AT l.OWHST HATES by
170 tf afANAGEB.
Ac OO Fort Street.
Valises, Etc., Etc.
Iiitul d7cleiHoue, 371
AND FOR SALE,
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