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FMDAY, MAHUII 1, 188!).
Stun- WO Hall from lltiw all
Stmr Iwalaul for Lnhalna and Ilaiua
ktia ut 8 a in "
Stmr C II lliiliop for Walanae, Wiiltilua
and Koolan at 0 a in
Echr Kaiiloka! for Koloa, JJleolu and lla.
n;iH',)(! at ') p in
From Uiunakna, pur itmr Iwalimi,
Fch'JS 11 M Ovoiend, Miss A O Olli
hons, .1 S Miury, i! Cliincc and -10 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Iwal.ml 5720 bags sugar.
The Lllvollkf Is due to-morrow from
The v haling lirlg Alexander, Capt
Ilalsey, which an ied on the 27th, l
now nnehoied in the stream with 85
bands of sperm oil. the awaits the
anlval of a new mater expected on
Tuebday on the Australia.
Til's wliallng hark Northern Light i!
TO-MORROW IIICIIT'S CONCERT.
In another column will be found
the programme of the grauil oper
atic concert to be given at the
Opera, House, .Saturday evening, for
the benefit of Mr. Charles Thrower
and Mr. Phco. Schmidt. A number
of our leading local amateurs will
take part on this occasion. The box
plan for the sale of seats is now
open at the ollicc of J. E. Brown &
Co., Merchant street.
That Melville will drop in the
harbor ; that the fishermen expect
him to drop in the fish market; that
the King and Col. Spreckcls have
exchanged visits ; that no one knows
where F. II. Austin is; that he is
played out in London ; that the
four Ministers are going up in the
balloon next week; that Melville
will land them on Ocean Island ;
that there will be some rare fuu in
a legal way ere long; that the Ewa
lepers stand on the bluffs and make
faces at the police.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The usual entertainment by the
Blue Ribbon League will be given
to-morrow evening at the Y. M. 0. A.
Hall, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Everybody is cordially invited to
attend. Following is the pro
Reading Miss K. V. UoUtou
Song Mis-i 1. M. Might
.Reading Mr. AV. II Lowers
Song Mr. Levi Lvimin
Addles Mr. 11. K. "l lytic
AN UNEXPECTED BATH.
Shortly after noon yesterdayCapt.
Staples, Jailer of Oaliu Prison, was
driving home with his wife, when,
within a short distance of the pri
son, some one frightened the horse,
the result being that the captain and
his wife wnro thrown out into the
water. Fortunately it was not very
deep at that spot, and beyond a good
ducking they were not otherwise
hurt. They both found a good deal
of mud, and would have made a
good subject for an artist if one had
been near at hand.
THE DEBATING CLUB.
The Debating Club met last night
and debated the matter of reforming
English orthography, so as to make
it conform to orthoepy. The pre
vailing opinion was that reformation
is desirable, but the extent of the
change and the method of effecting
it were points on which there was a
greater diversity of views. It was
decided that the subject for the
next debate shall he, that a prohibit
ory liquor law would be beneficial
to the country. Two new members
were elected, Mr. J. W. Liming and
Mr. P. L. Barrington.
To-morrow afternoon Professor
Emil Melville will ascend in his
largo balloon America from Kapio
lani Park. When at an elevation of
fiOOO feet he will leap from the bal
loon and descend with a parachute.
In his ascension he hangs by his
toes to a trapeze and performs seve
ral aciobatic feats. The inflation of
the balloon will coinmenco at two
o'clock, and should bo witnessed by
everyone, being a very interesting
sight. The balloon is a brand new
one, and when inflated, stands
about eighty-six feet from the
ground. The Hoyal Hawaiian baud
will be present and play selections
of iniiBic. Tickets can be obtained
at J. E. Brown & Co.'s, Hawaiian
News Co.'s store, C. J. McCarthy's
billiard rooms, and at King Bros ,
and it is requested by the manage
ment that tickets be purchased be-
fore going to the Park, Carriages
will be charged fifty cents each, in
addition to entrance charge.
Ida (of ihirly-flvu suinmers) :
"Doing up one's hair is for us girls
ut fifteen a labor ; at twenty-live
ft pleasure; nt thirty-five, an art."
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Bampon ascension toniotiov
A routi loomed collage on Punch
bowl street is to let.
J1i:i.vim.i: took his bnlloon out
Kapiolani Park this morning.
Titnni: will bo n Blue Tlihbon
terl.iinnicnt Saturday pening.
Tur. employees of the Honolulu
Iron Winks nay that they will see
Melville drop on his feet.
O.V Tuesday, Mareh 12th, Mr. J.
1 Morgan will o Her the Leilehua
Hunch at public auction.
Tiim llnwniiau Tramways Com
pany have ti special notice for to
morrow in another column. Peruse
Tin: schooner Wniohu has been
bought at private sale from Alls.
Noilhun, by Allen and Kobinson for
Tin: students of Oaliu College sue
holding the first of a seiiesof athletic
sports at the College grounds this af
ternoon. An important notice to holders i f
water piivilegos appeals in our By
Authoiity column. Be sine and
Tin: tegular monthly meeting
the Honolulu Avion Society will b
held this evening, at 7 :!iO o'clock at
Titu BuLurnx purposes issuing
shortly after noon to-morrow, to give
the "boys" a chance to witness the
Wokk on the Kamehanieha school
museum is progressing nicely. It
will be one of the finest native stone
buildings ever elected.
Tin: Pantheon Stables will run
busses to the balloon ascension to
inorrow,conunencing at 12 :!!0 o'clock.
Full particulars will bo found in
Tin: next term of the Ivameha
nieha Pieparatory School begins on
Monday, March ISth. Full pailieu
lars can bo obtained of Miss C. A.
Tin: Hawaiian Camera Club has
taken two rooms in Campbell's block,
which have been fitted up in a very
neat manner: one for the purpose of
holding meetings, the other as a daik
Chips from the Kamehamoha
School "Handicraft" for Februaiy:
"The electric light motor is Thurston
for more water." "Hero and there
a man can IJowell, but can't put out
Two classes in capenliy, two in
printing, one in stone-cutting, one in
wood-turning, one in plumbing and
two in sewing, constitute the manual
haining depailmeiH of Kamelia
Tins morning while Rev. II. H.
Pinker was ihiving along Meicbant
stieet, his caniage came into colli
sion with a brake belonging to the
Tramways Company. The icsult was
the breaking of the shafts of Mr.
Pan Iter's caniage.
Mit. J. F. Morgan sold to-day, 10
shines of Paia Sugar stock at $170,
to lion. W. F. Allen; 10 shaves of
Hawaiian Coinnieicial Company's
stock at $107..r)0, to Hon. J. B. Atbei
ton; 10 shares of Hawaiian Carnage
Manufactuiing Co.'s stock at $15, to
Hon. II. A. Wideuiann.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill King's Own, at 7:30.
Servico at St. Andrew's Cathedral
at 7 p. m.
Hawaiian Tribe No. I, I. O. R.
M., at 7:30.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifles, at
Polynesian Encampment No. 1,
I. O. of O. F. at 7:30.
'Oceanic Council No. 777 A. L. of
II. at 7:30.
Monthly meeting Honolulu Arion
Society at 7:30.
Meeting Pioneer Club at usual
lime and place.
Mr. Justice Bickerton has given
a decision in the case of Ursolda
Sherman vs. Fred Harrison, Ad
ministrator of the estate of Samuel
Harrison, assumpsit for S 246-1,
heard by His Honor February 18th,
jury being waived. Judgment is
given for plaintiff for the amount
less $330 found in Harrison's trunk
and appropriated by her. A. S.
Hartwell for plaintiff'; C. Brown for
A decision has also been filed by
the Court in banco, in the case of
J. II. Congdon vs. II. Ackerman,
exceptions from October term, 1888.
The exceptions are overruled with
costs. Ashford and Ashford for
plaintiff ; A. S. Hartwell and F. M.
Hatch for defendants.
Kekuawela ct al vs. Daniel Kalei
alii et al. In equity. Ejectment.
Judgment was rendered in May,
1888, for defendants, to which
plaintiffs filed a bill of objections.
The Chief Justice dismisses the bill.
A.S. Ilattwell for plaintiffs; A. P.
Peterson for defendants.
Kapahu (w) vs. J. N. C. Gilman.
Bill to cancel lease. Appeal from
the decision of Mr. Justice Bicker
ton, dismissing plaintiff's bill. The
Couit in banco render a decision
that in compliance with certain con
ditions the deciec of the Court be
low will bo reversed, otherwise It
will stand. Costs reserved. A.
Bosa for plaintiff ; C. Cieighlon for
DAIXiY BULLETIN: 'HONOLULU, 11,, L?
A. GOOD BDEA.
The Pantheon stables will put on
all of their busses to accommodate
those who dcsiic to avail themselves
of this mode of tiansporlalion to the
Balloon Ascension to-morrow after
noon. The first busi will leave the coi
ner of Fort and Hotel streets at
12:30 o'clock and I he others every
twenty minutes thereafter until 2
o'clock". The several liips thai this
line will make will ease up the
heavy travel which would otherwise
go by the train cais. The fare has
been fixed at .i0 cents each way.
Arrangements have also been made
to carry the passengers from the
terminus of the car line to the Park
at the moderate sum of 10 cent?.
There is nothing that lendi to
create among the poor so much pre
judice against the churches as the
system of renting pews; nor can
there be anything more directly op
posed to the first principles of
Christianity. It is the rented pew
that keeps the rich and poor apart
in the churches. The lines of class
distinction arc drawn wherever mo
ney is paid for seats in that Jeru
salem which is from above, but is
not free. The poor are made to feel
that religion, alter all, is very much
of a luxury, and that they cannot
afford it. Here the Episcopal
Church of this city is setting a noble
example to other religious bodies.
Upward of one-half of the houses of
that body are already free churches,
and the movement is making rapid
progress. One other tendency may
also be noticed. This is the new
style of preaching that is coming
into vogue in churches. The old
school of pulpit essayists, whose
sermons are largely argumentative
and literary, and arc written mainly
for people of comfortable means and
elegant leisure, is passing away.
Men arc springing up in pulpits who
feel that they have a message to de
liver to souls under their care. They
aie looking their congtegalions di
rectly in the face and delivering
that message without notes and in
the plainest possible language.
Christian ministers who employ that
method will be certain to have some
thing to say to the masses ; and
when poor men find that there is a
Gospel preached that is for human
souls, and not for the well-to-do and
indolent parishioners alone, they
will be drawn in to hear it. "New
A HOVELTY IH CANAL CONSTRUCTION.
The news comes from Leeds of
the invention (which has been pa
tented) of a new system of canal
construction by Mr. Arthur Piclcard,
of the linn of Piclcard brothers,
Leeds, and the inventor has just
completed a working model which
shows at a glance the leading prin
ciple of the invention, and the
method by which it is carried into
effect. The object is to do away
entirely with the necessity for steam
or horse power in canal trallic, and
this end is sought to he attained by
the creation of a current of water
strong enough to carry the boats
along from point to point. Mr.
Pickard has designed a double
canal, at one end of which is a
screw, leseinhling the propeller of a
steamship. This screw, which is
woiked by steam power, forces the
current iu one direction, and causes
it to return in the parallel division
of the canal, the direction of the
current being reversible at will. By
this arrangement all loss of water is
obviated and the bed of the canal
is kept clean. The current is of
course confined to each separate
level of canal, and when locks inteig
veno another current has to be
created. In this case the two cur
rents are worked by the same set of
machine'. The inventor contem
plates the erection of tank canals,
which could he elected on the sur
face of the ground, with excavating,
iu level country, and carried over
valleys on lattice girder bridges. In
order to adapt existing canals to the
new method it would be necessary
to divide tlicin down the middle by
means of a double row of piles
driven into the ground, the space
between the two rows being tilled
with clay. Like those on Max
Adder's famous canal, Mr. Pick
aril's boats are supplied with wheels,
hut they are not intended for use iu
the waterway. The boats cn be
taken fiom the canal, and run along
a tramway to receive their cargoes
at a pit bank or any other place not
immediately adjacent to the water
side. It is proposed that the boats
should be ol smaller si.e than those
now used, and that they should he
built to offer as great a lesiatance
to the water as possible, in order
Hint the current may lmo full effect
iu their propulsion. The new sjteni
seems to be especially adapted to
shoit levels of waterway, ami vmuld
be of ureat utility iu dUtricls like
the Ulack Country, where tho greater
part of the coal and iron trallic is
carried through canals. Mr. l'ick
ard intends showing the model at
111, Newgale-street, Loudon, K. C,
at the end of the week. Home
FiuiiAv, March Ut.
J. Shaw for drunkenness had to
Two cases of assault anil batteiy
T F YO lT WANTXS ffU AT I O N
JL udverlisu iu the Daily Bulletin.
I hereby bu
to in Conn
Urea! Reduction in Embroideries and Laces of all descriptions !
The Entire Stock Avill be offered in that Department at Cost.
Ladies, Rfflisses & ChiSdrens IViuslin Underwear !
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 (Mains ai CMoies, ate, ale, ate. " rL. Wliile Dresses, Lata Cans, Saa Boiets, etc.
Of every description will be closed out. Kid Gloves o()c a pair ; Silk Cloves & Mitts greatly reduced.
Parasols, prices cut in hall' ; Extreme Bargains in Table Linen ifc Napkins.
$3 A Large Remnant Table Every Bay of our Clearing Sale -88
Mosquito Nettings reduced to .$2.25 a piece; Try our prices iu "White Cotton ; Jiest Brands Dress Cinghams, Perceles,
fast colors ; Calicos, Seersuckers, White Goods, Lawns, Muslins, other large lines of wash
material, etc., are offered at an immense reduction.
Salcenes & Satins reduced; Ladies Cloth, Ladies Tricot sold at cost. Try our Flannel, extra wide, ."He yard; immense
reduction in Black Cassemeres. My entire stock of
CENTS', LADIES' & CHILDRENS' BOOTS & SHOES !
"Will be closed out at Cost Price. Do not miss this chance.
B3TGOODS WOI.,0 I'X)l OA.SII OjVXV JDUXfclNGr rJLTII3 AJL.IS"a3a
I") ini s. EHRLBCH, Proprietor.
Luuh wwtMAAUafcs KjraLduauuunMiurv
LETTER FROM MR. STANLEY.
The following letter from Mr.
Stanlej' has uri'ircd iu Hrusscls:
"Boina of Banalya-Murenia, Aug.
17. To the Sheik "ilanicd Ben Ma
homed (known in Europe as Tippto
Tib) from his good friend Henry
Stanley. Many Salaams to you. I
hope you are iu good health as I am
in, and that you have remained in
good hcalthjsinccl left the Congo. I
have many things to say to you, but
1 hope I shall see you face to face
before many days. I i cached this
place this morning with 130 Waug
wana and three soldiers and sixty
six natives belonging to Eiuin
Pasha. Thia is now the eighty-s-'cond
day since we left Emin
l'asha on the Nynnzn, and we have
only lost three men all the way.
Two of them were drowned Mid the
other ran away.
"I found the white man whom I
was looking for. Lmin i'asna was
quite well, and the other white man,
Casati, was quite well also. Emin
has ivor' in abundance, cattle by
thousands, and sheep, goats, fowls,
and food of all kinds. AVc found
him to be a very good and kind man.
lie gave numbers of things to all
our white and black men, and his
liberality could not be exceeded.
His sohiieis blessed our black men
for their kindness in coming so far
to show tliem the way, anil many of
them wine ready to follow me at
once out of the country. But I
asked them to sliry quiet a few
months that I might go back and
letch the other men and goods I had
left at Yambunga, and they prayed
to God that Tie iou!d give me
strength to finish my work. May
their prayer be heard!
"And now, my friend, what are
you going to do? AVe have gone
the road twice over. We know
where it is bad and where it is good,
where there is plenty of food and
where, there is none, where all the
camps me and where we shall sleep
and rest. 1 am waiting to hear
your words. If you go with me, it
is well. If you do not go, it is well.
1 leave it to you. I will stay here
ten days, and then I will go on
slowly. I move fiom here to a big
island two hours' march Irom here,
and above this place there are
plenty of houses and plenty of food
for the men. Whatever you have
to say to me my eais will be open
with a good heart, as it lins always
been towards 3-011. Therefore, if
you come, come quickly; for on the
eleventh morning from this I shall
move 011. ' All my white men arc
well ; hut I left them all behind, ex
cept my servant William, who is
with me. (Signed) Stani.ky.
A'otltciunilrrPtt hrail me cliaiytJ 10 centt
per tine fur Ihejlnt iiwrtloii, inl H ants ; lint
eicrjj uililillimiil insertion.
Coiwive 1110 if j oil c in,
A w id fn w j Ue yonii'j man,
1 mmi 11 1 in the li'i-lilon
A nil nln)s k iliicliing
Willi ".lo'.n It. Sletkon" on,
I Inve niiil'it wnil mid woe,
Tim i-ci"! cf i-ridu 10 how,
ThuMt is iinthin so l.isliii'
Ami inivfi' out ciibIIiij:
As 11 ".I. I!. S. Clm-cini."
Uo Ol Agent H. 1.
C arrive me if von run,
A 'Mi.niinii I;" l.iiieii yo'injr limn,
L'iKi" lay friuul with llie liliiraicy,
From the Likes of Killiirnuy,
I'm a llcil HHlliriirpati vming man
Willi apologies lo M. Alcliicruy,
180 11 W. O. SLMIOULL.
- i ' , ....' . '., , i .' :
ALL p-irtics. owing to W. S, Lueo up
lo Jiintiaiy .'Jl, IfcSll, mo hereby re
iusU(l to nnike immediate payment to
Mr. Frank Kiowii, M delimit street, (for.
inerlv A, M. Howetl'i), who Is iiutlio.
ri.ed to receipt lor all moneys paid
(o hi in.
J. F. IIAOKFKLI),
Assignees of W. 8. Lueo.
Honolulu, Jim. ill, 16Sy. 101 lin
MAftCH 1, l(fc.
U' WW XT'' Ml A.JM Wl WIT Tl "Hk J U MMICmLWeffUKr.t
Oomer of Hotel & Fort Streets.
CLE1EMCE SALE FOE 30 DAYS OILY !
nihjie that' during
and immense reductions are
ThcX!piuti Viincii ICulohn'N Xcw
A- Fine Al Sled StciiiiiHlili)
C'onnuu Com manner.
WiJl leave for the aliou puitnoii
MAICOII r, 1MSJ4.
t2'"l',"r lii in- ot Iniirlil nr i-sugc
hiiviiiir -iiH'iiir i ili'm mul -leeiaii uc
counmulatiotib, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO.,
101 til Agents.
Tliu Al HtraKislilt
Of the (lecidniiiil &, Oriental SK-nnliip
Co. will bu duu ill Honolulu from San
L'r.inchco on or about
And will lu'ivo for
or about liiiil I'.itle.
QTI'ir freiuht or mchi;u iij-ply lo
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
THE0. P. SEVER5N,
Has taken the Studio formerly occupied
by A. A. Montano, coiner of King
and I'oit Mieeti, and is pre-
p.ued lo take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
I'rlntliiK Done lor Amut-uiM,
Cabinets $6 a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
83"" Entrance on Foit .Stieet. "a
For Whooping Cough
Lei liny per -on alvu
Dr. Lows Cherrv Cordial
A dial, mid tlir- in ii vlolci l i
will, In a li ut I i in, , lie
Dr.E, W. Anderson,
(AssMul by Dr. E. A. Liindy.)
Artificial Teeth from "lie to nu entire
set inserted on gnld, silver, ullninliiiiiu
and rubber Ikihcs. C'iomii mid liiblgn
Work a hi Lcl.ihy. To pur.uns we.uin ;
rubber phtkH 'which are a constant
source ot irritutioH lo the niouili and
throat, we would recommend oip I'io.
phyluctie Metal Plate. All opi-iutioiih
performed In ucc.irdMiieo with the hit Git
improvements in denial fccleiuus. Teeth
K;tiicled without pain by the use of
Kitious Oxide (iu-.
C5;T08 Unit! itreit, at Dr. tfinismnn'b
old btaml. Fub-20 81)
To Stand tliis Season, Jan, 1, '89
Ac Moluilein Hturu Kurni,
The Imported Morgan Stallion
fur I'.neli Mure.
MiircB bred to "GLORY" can
on iliu farm ut a ptiHturage
minimi. Every enro t-ilten but
jtajrMurea not proving In foal may bo
returned nexv -I'Uson fieu of charge, if I
btill own tho Horse. J. MAY.
HOLUSTfcR & CO.,
12i".l Agents. 2m
J if ff.! 8b vl
li!B9?.il U l&g ''CH ' eM 'gy.,- 1 jLH WfJ
my Clearance .Sale large inducements will be offered,
made in every department.
76 and 77 "EC3-.A.r$
WE AltE NOW SHOWING NEW STYLES OF
SiriiE friiiiiMiJ, Prints, Rail & Fancy Sate Batista,
Piques, Challis, Crotonnes, Furniture Prints,
The very laU'tt hlnulch and styles. Conic and examine our impor
Snur Brass Goods, Gnu Aims, Lace Baitin, k.
Our New Stock ol Silk Gimp, Bead Ornaments,
Novelty Braid, Silk Ornament Braid, Trimming Velvets, Pearl Buttons,
rilloiiw, l?limieN, XipM, Etc., Etc.,
Is the finest over been in this city. Before lniying elsewhcic look at our
new asboitment of
and elegant in design,
Custom-made Clothing, for Men, Youths & Children,
Crav.its, Neckties, Cull's it Coll.ir.s and Genta Furniture of every
(leM'tiption. We call pailicular attention to our
enormous &tock of the latest alvlcs in
and a new assort
Felt Hats, Trunks,
ISell ,A',el'ilioiie, ."50 -UBS?"
No. 24 Merchant Street, near Fort Street.
HAVE ON HADTO AND FOR SALE,
.... A ... .
. .OF ....
All Brands of American Whiskies !
Bourbon, Rye and Rflonongahela,
In Hulk or Cane;
SCOTCH and .UMSHl WHISKY
In Glass and .Stone Jart;
Very Fine and Very Cheap Quakiticu, as aro wanted;
G-INS, in Large and Small Bottles,
(White or Ulack), also, KTCLNF, JUGS;
O X X TOM GM N !
Hest Iirnml in the Market.
EUROPEAN" SHERRIES and PORT
In Hulk and Ciibo;
All Brands of American Lager Beer,
English Ale & Porter, German Beer, etc
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands CHAMPAGNES',
In 1'intn ami QuarU,
Bitters, Liquers, Absinthe,
Apollinari Water Kummels.
Very Superior CALIFOENIA WINES!
Zlnfandel, Mataga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, &c, &.
t0" All of which will he bold AT LOWK8T KATES hy
170 U MANAGER,
c CO. Fort Street.
& Slippers, Hosiery
VNDERWEAK, latest style
In our gents department
the latest in
Gaiters, Oxf. Ties, Opera Slippers,
Valises, Etc., Etc. 17-88
Mutiuil Xclcplienc, 3'T'l