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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack stand : Mcrclinut and Fort
street. Telephones, 3;) 5.
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SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1889.
Jap stmr Owl Mant fiom ITougrtnug
Stmr Mokolii from llolokal
Stmr Walalealo from Knunl
Stmr Llkcllke from .Maul
Stmr .Ins Mukeo from ICniml
Stmr Viva from .Maui
USS Aleit from a eniNo
Scln jlary from Ilatialei
From Maui per Uinr Llkellkc, Mar
Col Clans Srei'l;el, lion V G Irwin,
T .1 lliiigcn, V .1 Coitusi, .lm Noble,
Mrs .i W Kalu.i, Miw Allen DauieN,
Hon P X Makee, II Hoblnon, .1 A Gou
salvc. O Kai-ci, T J Emery, l)r Mor
row. .1 llaole and wife, 8 A Andrews,
.1 U ltohertsnti, 1' A Anderson, J K
Napoleon, Jlri Ivawalnui, several Chi
nese and ili deck.
From windward ports, per slmi- W G
Hall, Mar 1 MrUuhlMiillh and wife, V
Van Dcvanler, V a llebbard, Mrs Coit
and maid, G llrown. Mrs G Heibert, I)
Taylor, .Mis E V Ktiller. Mrs T;0 Wills.
J Costa, Mis A Aluu, and 1)1 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Llktllkc .7.142 bgs hihiii, 1 lmre.
nabobs, -10 bide-!, 1205 ft koa lum
ber, US ska corn and 113 pkg sun
dries. Stair W (i Hall L'200 bgs sugar. lSlbgs
awa, St bgs euit'ev, 21 bides, li:l
pkgs snd, and 2 horses.
II II M S Cormorant will be due on
Monday from a cruise.
The stairs Miknbala, J.elitta. and Ki
lauea lion will be duo to-morrow.
Col. Clans Sprcckels and Hon.
"W. G. Irwin returned fiom Maui
this morning on the Likelike.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Purvis left
for Kukuihaelc yesterday on the
His Ex. Geo. V. Morrill, U. S.
Minister Resident, returned on the
U. S. S. Alert this morning.
- BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The usual entertainment by the
Blue Ribbon League will be given
this evening at the Y. M. J. A.
Hall, commencing at 7:110 o'clock'.
Everybody is cordially invited to
attend. Following is the pro
gramme: Piano Solo
Jteading M i-s 11. V. Jtoltou
Song .' MRs I. M. 1 light
Reading Mr. W. II I.ewers
Song Mr. Levi Lvunui
Address Mr. II. K.'llydc
FROM THE VOLCANO.
Among the passengers from the
Volcano yesterday on the "V. G.
Hall was Hon. Godfrey Brown, who
reports a most enjoyable trip. He
says that the Punaluu route is a
very easy one, and amounts to no
thing more or less than a pleasure
trip. The accommodations arc ex
cellent. At the Volcano house the
party received every attention.
Descending into the crater the Dana
lake was found to be very active,
and a new lake which lias formed
near to it was unusually brilliant.
Mr. Brown has visited the Volcano
four times, but on this occasion it
was more active than on any other
Yesterday afternoon a series of
athletic sports were held at Oaliu
College in the presence of quite a
large number of spectators. Follow
ing was the result of the various
events: 250 yard running race
Fred Haley, 1 '; J. N. K. Keola, 2.
Running long jump Chas. Dole,
13ft llin, 1; R. Lyman, 13ft 10 in,
2. Standing high jump A. N.
Sinclair, -1ft 3in, 1 ; II. Rycroft, 3ft
9in, 2. Standing long jump R.
Lyman, 8ft llin, 1; A. N. Sinclair,
8ft 10 in, 2. Throwing baseball A.
Perry, 2o8ft, 1 ; A. D. Bissel, 251 ft;
R. Lyman, 237ft. Throwing 16Mb
shot R. Lyman, 31ft Tin, 1 ; A. N.
Sinclair, 2!)ft, 2. Running high
jump A. N. Sinclair, -1ft Din, 1 ;
Chas. Dole, -1ft Gin, 2. One mile
walking race Henry Lyman, lOmin
13scc, 1. One mile running race
"W. Armstrong, flmin 52sec, 1 ; II.
Lyman, Smin flSAsco, 2. One hun
dred yards running race A. N.
Sinclair, Usee, 1; F. Haley, 2
Three-legged race, 100 yards W.
l Cornwall and II. Rycroft, IG'jsec,
1 ; W. Armstrong and F. Haley, 2.
Hurdle race, 100 yards R. Lyman,
18scc, 1 ; A. N. Sinclair, 2. Polo
jump V. Cornwcll, (J feet, 1 j C.
Ostrom, 5ft Gin, 2.
Twenty years ago there were nine
ty-two lightning-rod factories in the
United Slates. To-day there are
but three, nnd thoso doing a trilling
business. Tho lightning-rod was
the biggest humbug of the nine
An agent of the Itotlisehilds ha3
purchased for a nominal hum n
newly discovered gold mine in tho
Jlatapolis district in Mexico. Ad
vanco rumors say that there is
825,000,000 worth of gold waiting
to bo uncovered.
Count dc Pignclon, a French no
bleman, is a keeper of n dreary
light-house in Labrador on n salary
of 81000. Hero is n chance, says
the Boston "I'ost" for somo one to
marry into one of the most uuclent
families of France.
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LOCAL & GENERAL I1EVS.
Wulcome hack, Alert.
Hi: enieful witli the water.
A Hid lunu is being liold at Wiii
1'ivr. deaths from whooping cough
SkvkiiAI. pleasant showers of rain
fell this mm nine.
Tin: U. S. S. Alert returned from a
citiiso this morning.
Two Chinese were arrested for
Tiikiiu will be no band concert at
Kinnia Square this afternoon.
Tun "Anglican Chinch Chronicle"
for March 1ms been received.
Pui:sii)i:xt Harrison will be inau
gurated on Monday at Washington.
Union service at Kawnialuio
Cbuich to-morrow evening, at 7:!U)
Ai.i. the amateur plmtngiaphers
in town aie going out to the balloon
. -. .
Tin: natives started for (ho balloon
ascension as early as eight o'clock
Mit. Theo. P. Soverin will bo out
at the l'aik this afternoon taking
views of the balloon ascension.
A xtTMimu of tourists returned from
the Volcano on the W. G. Hall yes
terday, much pleased with the trip.
Tnu benefit concert announced to
tako place this evening at the Opera
House, lias been postponed to a
O.v Tluusday the 17th inst., Mr. J.
F. Morgan will sell the household
furniture at the residence of Mr. J.
K. Bidwell, Berctania street.
Ax elderly native brought a small
schooner loaded with rice, from Ewa
yesterday all alone. He brought her
up to the wharf in line style.
The boatboys have made a model
of si man-of-war. It is supposed to
bo an imitation of the Conquest,
liottles aie used for cannons.
Mn. J. A. Gonsalves, the photo
grapher, returned from a successful
business trip on Maui this morning.
He returns to the Island next week
on the Kinau.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Blue Itibbon entertainment, at Y.
M. C. A., at 7: SO o'clock p. in.
Meeting Typographical Union No.
:J7, at K. of P. hall, Fort street, at
C :oU o'clock.
At the annual meeting of the Pio
neer Club, held last night, at the
Club Rooms, all the old ollicers were
re-elected. T. A. Burk was elected
an honorary member. The Treas
urer's repoit showed the club to be
in a very flourishing condition. The
Pioneers may possibly in the near
future give some public exhibition
of the now secret purpose of its or
ganization. HORSE AND BRAKE STOLEN.
A gentleman residing on King
street near Alapai, returned home
last evening in his brake leaving it
standing in the back yard while he
partook of supper. After the meal
was finished lie told his boy to go
and get the horse and brake. The
boy returned a second later and
said it was not there. A search was
made last night and this morning
but it has not yet been found.
The btistin plaster qf Mr. "William
Auld, which the sculptor Allan
Hutchinson, has very nearly com
pleted, was viewed by a favored few
la3t evening, and a really enjoyable
treat it was. Tho production, be
sides being a mest striking likeness
of Mr. Auld, is evidence of a re
mnrkablc genius in the artist. He
certainly has done justice to the
profession he has adopted, and if
this is to be taken as a sample of his
capabilities, many valuable and fin
ished productions may be looked
for from his hands in the future.
The bust should be put on exhibi
tion so that our citizens may fully
appreciate the talents of the gentle
man who is making so quiet and un
assuming a stay with us.
!'.. - .JXJ- I J 111
S. S. OMI MARU.
The Japanese steamship Omi
Mam, Capt. Conner, arrived this
morning 12 days, 10 hours from
Yokohama, with the following cabin
passengers : Air. II. A. Smith, four
daughters and scr-rant, Mr. John
Hair, Mayeda, Nakayama and Misa
inura, and 950 Japanese immigrants.
Captain Conner reports pleasant
weather with tho exception of one
day, when the wind blew pretty
hard. Tho captain shows a clean
bill of health, and the immigrants
will be landed this afternoon. The
htcainer will return to Yokohama on
or about the 7th inst,
Mr. II. A. .Smith, one of her cabin
passengers, is a wealthy ICnglish
banker who, with his family, is on a
pleasure trip around the world.
They will remain on the islands
about two weeks, visiting the Vol
cano and other points of interest,
anil then leave for the Mates. Mr,
Hair is a Scotch gentleman much
interested in sugar matters, having
visited nearly till the sugar produc
ing couutrics in the world.
DAlLt BttLLMTittt HQHOLLILU, H I
Auction Sato by Imw F, Koifru.
On Thursday, Rflarch 7,
AT 1(1 O'CLOCK A. 31..
At the lT.Md. ncp of Mr. .1. P.. Hidwcll,
Uerotimia slrct.t (opposite tiio ictah'tice
of Mr. T. a. Tlnutu). I will wll nt
Tho Entire llouseh'd Furniture,
Cnnipilsiinr in p:irl
Uphol. Easy Chairs, Rockers & LoiiDge
Center Rug Sofa Hugs,
' One WMtoriiffl Piano !
(A Fine Iimtrumcnt),
1 Elegant Oflk Bedroom Sot,
Spring iui'1 Hair Ma t'asis.
Feathi r Pillows, Jin uMlln Xi't.,
P S O T O B?
V. i:?:'onson Diiimr T. ble,
8. VV. Marble top Sideboard !
Crookciy m.d GlnMViiiru,
Oil Stove and Utensils,
VCelVi.?sitLov, .Meu, it So,
Also. 1 Pimcion, 1 Sjt Harness,
1 Cnrrinyo Horse, A'c, &c.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
187 4t Auctiiiucr.
Leilehue Ranch !
For Sale At Auction.
By order of lliuTiustcesof His Majesty's
Kstiitc, I "n ill sell at Public Auction
On TUESDAY, March 12, 1889,
At my Srilesrooin, Q'ipon .strci'i, that
desiiMble proptii) Known as
The Leiiehua Ranch
Situated on Hie Islinil of Oaliu. Iho
linneh couipiises iiboiu r0,00'J nciesof
land, mostly held in long lcns-.-i from
the Commissioners of Crown Lauils, as
Land of Waianae 5Jka I
Containing 14,105 Acres.
Part of this land called NAAltUJJ,
containing :J,000 acres, is U3td as a fat-
tuning paddock capable of supporting
fri'in &O0 Io7i0 1icad of rattle. In eon.
nietion with and ndjoiniug Wulaenc
Uka arc the L-iuds of WaihaVa'a.m,
oC0 acres; Kaleua. -100 ;wris anil l'ou.
h'll", &10 aci-Lt. ic-viilM ihe.e innds die
Ij-latc Leases Aie and a putt if Kaburio
in Kivii, The C.ittlc, comprise from
2,500 to 3,000 Head !
Itrandcd X, about TOO of lbpe are at
Ibu fattening i unblock at Naiiakuli.
Among tbu attic are a number of good
The Itaneli own- all AVork lloies and
Colts and 2 Mule-. AI-o, I! Ox Can-,
The Kaueli i-s conveniently divided
into paddoek, "J large one-, beuu; near
the Itaneli house and 1 at aikakal .ua;
also, I! Set- of Double Pens.
The Jtaneli is nearly all fenced, hav
ing 18 mile-, of fencing. The Dwelling-.;
Ranch House & Dwelling House
At JCwa, With .Stables Iron Water
A portion of the laud at Kwa Is plant
ed with taro.
The close prnxltnily of this Estate to
Honolulu, together with the largo area
of Pasturage and the amount ol Slock,
render thl-one of the most desirable in
vestments offered for pale.
For further particulars of leases,
rents, apply to A. J. Cartwright, or
ONE Ulark AValn-it Ufd-oc
Jlarhktot), in rood o.do:
cheap. liKjuiio at Iiui.i.i.Tix Olllce for
further piuuculais. 3?5 Iw
ri"MIK annual incciini; of thu stock.
JL holders of the People's Ice A; He
frigerator Co. will be held on TUK5
1JAY, Mai eh Btb, 18?!), m 10 o clock
A. M., at the Company' p!1kv, Foit
mrcct. V. K." I'OSTKIl,
180 td , afciriiiry.
rpiIK annual meeting of tho stoek
JL holders of tin; Inter Islam! Steam
Navigation Co., (Limited), will he held
on TUESDAY, Maicu .", IbS'J, at 10
o'clock A. M., at their olllce on Queen
street. J. KXA,
Honolulu, Fob. 18, 18fe'J 177 lit
PASTUKE Vov HOUSE
AT Ilnlckou, ICui'volin, KoolmipoUo,
b5!S uen's I pco pnsliui) land, nil
enclosed plenty of wntur. Ajip'y in
Clinrlcs I Iliiain, at llio King'i Ktuiilcs,
Honolulu, or al Haltlou. Uli -.'8 ;!).1y
ALMioldui'4 of "Triiitsfciicd Stoek"
i,i the Kapiiiliuil Pail: AK:-ocia.
lion aio hcrelty icouu-tid to communl.
eate wlili the unilenvigiicd and liuvu
their rerlitleu'es of slock hviiliy innm.
fened by endorBeinciit on the l.cnUs of
the Absurlullon, in nrer.rduiiuu with its
conbtitutli'ii and l.yl nv.
Y. M. GIFFAKD,
183 2iv Heoruliiry K. P. A.
For Whooping Cough
Let any peaon give
Dr. Lozicr's Cherry Cordial
A trial, and tho most violent cold
will, In a jlimt timu ho
H0LUSTER & CO.,
GEEAT CLEARANCE SALE FOE 30 DAYS OILY !
I hereby beg to inform
Ladies, Hisses & ChiSdrens Hius!in Underwear I
"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 Giirliiiiis ai Cretans, etc., etc., etc. J"7'' """-."- White Dresses, Lace Caps, Sua Bonnets, etc.
Of every description will bo closed out. Kid Gloves o()e a pair ; Silk Gloves & Mitts greatly reduced.
Parasols, prices cut in half ; Extreme Bargains in Table Linen & Napkins.
SP A Large Eemnant Table Every Bay of our learing Sale 2
Mosquito Nettings reduced to $2.25 a piece ; Try our prices in While Cotton ; Best Brands Dress Ginghams, Percales,
fast colors ; Calicos, Seersuckers, White Goods, Lawns, Muslins, other large lines of wash
1 material, etc., are offered at an immense reduction.
Sateenefi. & Satins reducod; Ladies Cloth, Ladies Tricot sold at cost. Try our Flannel, extra wide, 35c yard; immense
reduction in Black Cassemeres. My entire stock of
02:A.iit I i II I I 1 1 II ' Ml II III! I I H I Ml I I llll !! I1M I II II ill I In If Ml I ! ! IMIHIII III llll iM
DEsCsvpiolttiii IJi-I-j: !
Professor EMIL L. MELVILLE,
The FJSost Famous and Successful Aeronaut In
the World y
VjiorjisFOii Mklviu.k lias mai'u :00 sucrcsffu' asi-cnsloin. lie ui'l leap Iioir. the
JSalloon when ttl an nMt uli of 5 000 foci titid ilcsretul to
the eailh willi u Paraclmle.
PitoKiihsoit Tilr.i.vii.t.i:, whose r,tiecess for so youn a uiiin lir.s ticuii unprccc
iltnlei!, i3 it number of tho AUliury Acmlumy of Aeronliutieal Woik.of Mcuilou,
PruiH'o. Ills f.ilher p :rforiiir-l hjiiiu grout, mill ilitrini; utiilc (hiriiit; the Siee ol
I'j-i IIj iiiiiIu loiir lnllooii a-' eusiou from l'hiou (.'iumu-uII, I'.tii.s, and carried
10X00 !i nets and niusjayu? vilely through tho I'm .-i in linos. 'A lion u hoy tho
Pr.ifcisor Hindi: ti s lit st itsounsiuu with his father, who wiiti a committee composed
ol G iint'Qltu, (ilarontic of the I'aiuinn Press, Diir.im, the .Vlrononicr "f the Ohscr.
valory of Paris, utid General Ncgruz, utait'-tl fiom llio Ani;l.ii.o, In iln City of
Nice, on the 7'h of .lunu and lauded on tho Pith ut Mocow, UumU. liuvn-ing (1.000
milo, ami in 'in iilulude of 21,000 fei t.
Tho Prof?3sor will make tlw accent hanging by his too t n trapeze fistened
to the month of the Balloon, parfonntiig nil tho while iu midair.
Whou at au elevation of 5,000 fact ho will leap from
tho Balloon, and descend iu tin Parachute.
JBSyThi! IJjlloon vill ho inlliitwl at 2 l. i , an 1 tliu Profi-mor uouhl iL'sjieet.
fully siib'giiat to the puhliu tlmt lliey lie piociit at 'lint tune, -s u it ll,c inui.t in
lercstiii iV.iture ol tho eiiieitaiiimunt, and slio.ilil lie v. iineiwl, us tliu si-il't "HI.
iu all piububility, never lie seen again in thit uity.
Ouiuo jvikI ISi-injg Your Lillle Olio !
Come li3iiily uutl Sceure it Cloud l'linit; I
The ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND will be in Attendance !
Child-mi iiiulur PJ ji-.tro ,.V" ( u-nlh.
Kcs-eived Beats in liraml htand 'J.'i cents tMra.
t'jy.iiipio iirraiigcmt'iilH for llio oonveynuco of thu public to the Purl; ha' o
been mtulu, til reason -.hie lutes.
Professor Mulvilli is undoulitedly great as thu people of Kun IVnncltco know,
and hii daring lent of las'. Sunday exceeded any of his oilier nttcinpU. S. F.
Sixtj.thiee thoiuand people, by actual count, witue-sed Profesbor Melville's
lnllooii atctnaion at Ocean liench yesterday. N. Y. Herald.
Profes-or Melville has mc.si bucee-sfully inipiove.l on Hie liulloon parachute,
thiii rendering the leap In mid.uir comparatively mfe. 'rjiieraiuento Union.
Professor Melville has no ci'ifd In Ids aeronaut performance in mid-air. Ho
slauds ihbt hi his profo-iiiou. Philadelphia Ledger.
flSy-lhiy your tickets hofoie going to the Parle, If possible, to avoid a rush
at thu gate.
jQy-Tickets can bo had al .1. K. Hrown & Co.'n, Hawaiian News CVs, O. J.
McCuiihy'ti Billiaid Purloin and at King Uros.
B-arX. li. C'liriages entttlng thu Park enclojiiro will bo charged 00 cents a
pleew, Iu ad'litlon to the entrat.ee fee.
I 183 Ut
MAliOH 2, 1&0,
,-. i i ii..av,vJtio;i.:J-i'i'vi:. i f.'CK)'.'"tuj'jfgt'ivC'.l
Comer of Hotel
thu general jmWie that during
and immuiMC reduetions are
The Entire Stock will be offered
LADIES' & CHILDRENS' BOOTS & SHOES !
"Will be closed out al Cost Price. Do not miss this chance.
K-J-GOODS WOIO ITOli CASH OIVJ-' DURING UIIl!: HAJL-lS-Oia
March 2d, at 4 p.m.
Kry mau i
& Fort Streets.
my Clenraneo Sale large inducements will be offered,
made in vwvy deparlmcnt.
and Laces of
in that Department at Cost.
76 and 77 EG-AN
WE ARE XOW SHOWING NEW STYLES OF
U Giulianis, Prints, Plain k Fancy Salians. Batiste,
Piques, Challis, Cretonnes, Furniture Prints,
The very latest .shades and styles. Come and examine our impor
Simr Brass H, Cream Anmras, Lace Bnnt.ni, &c.
Our New Stock of Silk Gimp, IJeiul Ornanieiits,
Novelty Braid, Silk Ornament Braid, Trimming Velvets, Pearl Bnttons,
Xil)lxUN, X'liimcN, "XTiiiN, l'lLn., IHtc,
Is the finest ever seen in this city. Ueforc buying elsewhere look at our
new asv-ortment of
Ladies Boots, Shoes & Slippers, Hosiery
And a COMPLETE STOCK of rXDEUWEAlt, latest style
and elegant in design. In our gents department
we oiler the latest in
Cusloiii-msulu Clothing, for Men, Youths & Children,
Cr.ivats, Neckties, Cull's it Collais and Gents Furniture of every
deteiiption. We cull partieular attention to our
enormous stock of the latest stvlcs iu
and a new assort
Felt Hats, Trunks,
licll M?clcilion;, ."50 -ffiaOaT'
No. 24 Merchant Street, near Fort Street.
HAVE ON HAHD
in tj 1 JL
All Brands of American Whiskies I
Bourbon, Rye and Monongahela,
lu Bulk or Case;
SCOTCH jxncl IRISH -W-IIISICY
In Glass and Stone .lar.s;
Very Fine and Very Cheap Qualtitien, us aro wanted;
GINS, in Large and Small Bottles,
(While or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
OL.B TOM 3- I 3N" !
Best Brand in tho Market.
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT
In Bulk and Case;
All Brands oi American Lager Beer,
English Ale &, Porter, German Beer, etc
In PintH and Quarts;
Finest Brands CHAMPAGNES',
In Pints uiul Quurtt,
Bitters, Liquers, Absinthe,
Apollinari Water Kummels.
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES !
Zlnfandel, MaCaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocke, &c, &.
t&r All of which will bo told AT LOWEST KATE i by
170 tf MANAGER,
Q,'.tJ'J.. h'i.h." vm i 'ir-'rJat&M2lr'Ot'lf)
-Sc OO. Fort Street.
Gaiters, Oxf. Ties, Opera Slippers,
Valises, Etc., Etc. 17-88
Iiitiml Telephone, 371
AND FOR SALE,