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MONDAY", JAN. (!, 1800.
St mr Mnknlll from Mnlnknt
Siinr Wnlntui.tln from Msmt anil Wnlo-
Kitui-Kuala fiom Nawi I w ill
.stmr Mlkahala from Kmni
Sftiv Jtol) Uoy from ICoohiu
rictiv llule.iV.iilu from H.w.ill
Stmr Mnkolll for Molokai at p m
Stmr Ewa for Kv;i
I law hkW IS Godfrey, Dabcl. for San
II M S Esplegle, Clarke, for Acapulon
Stun' Llkellku fin' Maui :il ."i p in
Stior.l A Cummin fur Kooltiu t !) :i in
Stmr Kliinii for llllo anil w si y polls til
2 p m
Stmr Wuhnanalo for Maul :ni(l MoloI.nl
KinirWalaleale for Kll.uii'a anil liana-
It'l nt ftp-m
Hchr Luka tor Hawaii
Stmr Mlkuhala for Knlial :it " p m
Stmr.lanius Makeefor Kapaaut 4 p in
sclir Hob Jtoy for Ewa
For San KraneKco pui hk W H (!od
fivy, .Ian (i K K Xiimualt.
rroni Kau.ii per stmr Mlkahala, .Ian
5-J K Miller. It CieiUe,! Nelper anil
wife, W K HDovci 111. .IF Scott, Hon
Chin Cay, Mrs It II Hitchcock, MaMer
O Scholt, and lil deck.
The .steamer Mlkahala hrounht '2
Itiifis lie, "() hags pin, and 'J.il'J hugs
sugar. She leaves lo-morrow for Kauai
Tho xloop Kahlliil.uil left to-day for
Hawaii to he engaged In llshlng.
The ste.imor Mokidil brought SOO ba;;s
-ugar for the balk Ahlen l!esc.
The ci nler Champion K at iiiichor In
the naval low hetween the Nipple and
Thouliooncr Itobeit I.eweis Is at tin'
Inter-Islaiul Company's wh.uf taking
In sugar from the company's steamers.
She will sail on Wednesday for San
The Hawaiian h.uk W It C.odfiey,
(Japtain H habel, '-ailed Ibis afieriioou
lor Sun FraucNcn with H.'-':i7 hags su
gar weiglllns: &'J7 lous. The shi(peis
weie: F A Scbaefer iV Co, !I3." bags su
gar; C Iliewer .t Co, 1:I,1'.!I lings sugar,
7:0 fckins anil laOil liidrs; Castle ,V.
Cooke, Hill hags sugar. Uoiuetle value,
Kr.AMMEK-UOiriTOOT At Ookala,
Hawaii, December 21, by the Kev.
.1. M. Silver, Matthias Klammer of
I.aupalioohoe, to Annie, daughter
of B. l.ightfoot, Ksq.. of Elm
Groe, Salisbiuy. England.
M E VEK-M'COnniSTON At Kainalo,
Molokal, .lantiary 1st, 18!)0, at tho
lesidoiiee of the biide's patents, bv
the Kev. Father Andrews, Mr. Otto
Mejer to Miss Maggie MeConiston.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Week of prayer service, Contral
Union Church, '7:30.
Harmony Lodge No. 3 I. O. of O.
P. at 7:30.
Meeting staff and line officers
Honolulu Rifles, 7:30.
Band concert at Emma Square,
Meeting of Reform voters Ward ."
at Reformatory School, 7.
Hawaiian Lodge Xo. 'Jl P. and A.
M., at 7:30.
THE CABLE SYSTEM.
Seven more tglepUoncs were add
ed to the'llawaiiat? Cable System,
on New Year's Day, on Mololcai,
the cable station at Kamalo being
placed in communication with Ka
lac and the Government line to Ka
laupapa and Kalawao. The lirst
message was one congratulating Mr.
and Mrs. Otto Meyei-, who were
married at Kamalo on New Year's.
Prank Poster officiates as operator
at Kamalo cable blation for the pre
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play this evening ut Kmma Square,
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Pol
lowing is the programme:
MarcliDcfillr T.ehnhard t
Oveiture Stiuggln for Fortune.. Suppe
Finale Ohirameuto Sane 111
Keinintseeneesof Verdi Oodfiey
i: mail ka ea. Kim weld. Wai aiiiaiii.
I'autiisia A Night Alarm Hee es
Cavatlua Luela du Laiiimciiuoor....
Waltz The Fusions Sti aiiss
Scliottlsclie Collcne Hoys Fosgate
marrTace at" molokai.
Miss Maggie McCorriaton was
married to Mr. Otto Meyer on New
Year's day, at the residence of the
bride's pnicnls, Kamalo, Molokai.
The ceremony was performed by the
Rev. Pather Andrews of Lahaina,
Maui. Among9t those present were:
Mr. Theo. Meyer, Misses Ilertha,
Hannah and Eliza Meyer, Miss Min
nie Rose, Mrs. Rose, Mr. Place, K.
U. ThO!iias(Thos. K. Coolc, Capt.
McGregor, 'V. McGregor, George
'i'rcmble, Judge Kukaniana, Mr.
Kalauokalani, John Lucas and wile,
.Mrs. Win. llrash, Mr. Alex. Dow
sett, A. J. Wilson, J. I). Cockott
and wife, Kmma Cockett and many
othorB. The presents woro many
and appropriate, comprising China
tea sets, silver ware, jewelry, gold
coin and other valuable attiulcs.
After the reception all sat down to
a feast, which took place in a grand
liumi about 100 x 1.00 ft. built for
the purpose. About l.'iO persons
sat down to the banquet. Dancing
followed ami was intermixed with
sweet vocal music from Honolulu,
making m all one of the most enjoy
able and pleasant occasions that
ever took place at Molokai.
LOCAL & Cfc.inKAI. NEWS.
Tin: l.ofornion of Wuid i organize
l'AHI'UIIU l.lUll.s ill PllUO.1 Villley
mlvt-i tisoil foi lease.
lN'Ti:nr.8TiN leading mallei will bo
fomnl on tlit fouitli page.
Tin: HI. Louis College will le-npen
to-inoiiow for this ti'im,
Tilinti: w.is a
tlic bench below
pk'.i-nnt picnic on
lite Old J'liintalion
Tin: bin k Amy Ttiinei took twelve
Chinese p.issongcis on S.iliiiilny for
TltK Government n'lmolf. Ihiiiugh.
out the Kingdom ic-open to-moiiow
nfter the Chiislmas vacation.
Tin: Hawaiian .Fury will he rcqtiit
eil to nppe.ir at the .Supiotno Comt
lo-nionow morning at It) o'clock.
Plioi'ilHTY owuei.-f' will find some
thin),' to their advantage in Hon. .1.
S. Walker's hew insurance, caul in
Airitoi'oii the ky thicaleued rain
thu pievious twenty-four houi., tlib
moining brouglil line weathei that
Tin: P.icilic Hiiidwivre Co. li.ne 11
new ilouhle-coliinin ! ciml in this
icHiio, to which the addition of
huyeis is called.
Tin; mans meeting of the National
Reform l'aily will he held Wednes
day evening at tho Aimoiy of the
MnnriiANT htieetisniueli iiupiovcd
since widening at the lower end by
the cutting oil' of an end of Water
Mu. HiiiJi'm daily pajier, Lnliui,
comes out with an English depaii
niunl. The Elele begins 11 daily half-and-half
paper on Wednesday.
Tin: regular monthly meeting of
the stall and line ollieerti of the
Honolulu Killes liatlaliou will be
held this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Tin: middle guaid tail 011 the ma
kai side of lving htieet biidgo ban
been knocked oil", making the side
path daiigeious, especially for chil
dien. Tin: new beach load to W.iikiki
has been giaded for somo distance at
the Kukaako end. It will when com
pleted be the favoiite diive to thu
Tin: O.ihu niilwny wuh well pat
lonibed yesterday, to luoeuie ficrdi
air and lecioalion, by people who
have to toil nix days of the week for
Tin: joint committee of the Me
chanics' Union and Hawaiian Politi
cal Association has adopted the name
of the National llofoini Paity lor
Jht. Geo. Houghtailing bus a 11
ficsbment booth at Manana the
present tei minus of the Onhu rnil
load which is a great convenience
to the travelling public.
Capt. Adolphus F. St. Clair, of the
Ilritisli ciuiser Champion, called on
the Ministei of Foieign Afl'aiis this
morning in company with Major
Wodehoiue, 11. IJ. M.' Comniis
Ykstoday Mr. G. Houghtailing
generously and unexpectedly treatid
employees of the railway company,
and also some passungeis, to 1111 cx
cellentdinner, for which many thank.s
am hereby tendered.
A HTitii' of Government laud at
Hak.iio, Kalihi, Oaliu, of 284. nices,
was Hold at auction by Chief Clcik
Hassinger at noon to-ilay, and wan
bought by Mr. G. Caisou Kenyon for
the upset price of ll'll,
Tiik Waianao Co. met to-dny and
elected the following oflicets: Hon.
H. A. Widcmaiin, i'rcnidunt; Hon.
G. N. Wilcox, Vice-President ; Hon.
A. .lueger, Tieasiiier; Mr. C. (). llei
gcr, Secietary and Auditor.
Tiiki:i: lines and forfeituics foi
diunkeiincM, tho nol. pros'ing of live
Chinese, chaiged with having gain
ing implements in ponscsmon, and
eight cases lemauded, compiised
Police C'ouit business this morniutr.
Mn. K. F. Zumw.ilt, who baa boon
ptincipal of tho Govcrniiinut. sehool
at Hamakuapoko for ncaily two
ycais, ba le.signed from that ijMtsi
tion, and leaves for San Fiancisco by
the W. U. Godfrey to-day. Mr. Diy
den succeeds Mr. Ziunwall in tho
Hon'. Paul Isenborg has been ca
bled for to Got many, to stand on tho
Kefiu 111 ticket for thu IhIuihI of Kau
ai, in place of Mr. McBryde, who has
declined the nomination. Mr. Isen
berg had pieviously tuleirranlicd that
ho would 1 1111 only in thu event of an
Tiik Wiirki.v BiiM.UTt.s' to bo is
sued to-nionow will contain our re
view of home and foieign nflaim for
tho piiBt year, tho speeches at thu
Reform organization meetings, and
other mutters of gieat interest, such
iih tho Custom House statistics. Or
iIcih for quantities must be in, to en
sine lilling, by 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Tin: Week of Prayer was opened
in Honolulu this foieiioon with a
prayer meoting, led by Dr. Whitney,
tho subject being, "Our Needs."
This evening at 7:30 o'clock the
leader will bo Ruv. S. E. Bishop, and
the subject," "Confession and Sup
plication. At 11 a. 111. to-iuoiiow,
Mr. W. A. Bowou will lead 011 the
lupin, "Our Public. Dnlies,"
DAILY liUnAQTtf.tf: HONOLULU, Jl. J.f
Hl'ukal- ok CrsrnMs,
Honolulu, 11. l., .Jan. ;i, i.s'.iu. j
His Excellency S. M. Damon-, Alin-
istcr of 1'iiiaiieo. t
Mv-i imye .he honor to M.huiit i
to our Excel lencv the tahle of the.
principal doiiiuHo exports of the
Hawaiian Isl;mU, for the iU:nter
ending December .'51, ISSfi.
Also, ii eoiiiparativi! table of ex
pnils lor the twelve months, I.S.S'.I,
compui ed with correspond itij; pet ioil ,
188H. 1 Imve the honor to lie, Sir,
Your most obedient Servant,
A. S. Cm nitons,
Quantities ami Values of tho Fiiuci
pal Domestic Exports, Hawaiian Isl
and?, for the Quarter ending Dec.
31, 1889, by Custom.i Dhtiicli.
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Domestic Exports, Hawaiian Islands,
Twelve Mouths, 1889, Compared
with Corresponding Period, 1888.
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ME TEOHO LOGICAL RECORD
AT S) A.M. LUCll.'riMi:.
Means for mouth.
Teniperattue Barometer 71.il
Uncorrected UnrnniPter Reading, :in.I7!l
Coriected Jluroiiietcr Heading... .'.iO. 10 1
Tumpcr.itiuc, dry bulb 72.11
" wet " tiS.'j
Dew point Dl.o
Elastic foicn of aqueous vapor (ill!
lMativu humidity Tii.'J
at 0 i'. m, i.dcai. ti.mi:.
Teinpei aim e Bannui'tiM" 72..1
I'ncoiiecteil Ilaromi'tcr Heading. ito.HJS
Conecteil It.irometerlteaillng.. ::o.o!ll
Tciiipeiatuie, dry bulb 71.0
' wet ' (i7.1
D(iw point r.l.ti
Elastic foico of aqueoiH vapor ... ..!)
ltelatlve luuiildlty 77.7
Maximum tliermonieter 77. IS
Minimum thermometer ('.".. '1
KXTltK.Mi:S KOIt .MONTH.
Highest coriected Hiir. leading, :!0.1!i I
on .'2il at li a. M.
Lowest cm reeled ll.ir. lending, 2!).!i."(!
011 thu ilOth at!) '.s.
Highest teiuperatiui: In tin: shade.
b2' 011 2ml.
Lowest teinperaluii) hi the shade, (!2
011 the 2iith.
GiiMtesi dally rainfall, Inches i..-,oi) on
ji i i s oivcj u 0:2 c w r
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Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods
XI'.U INVOICE OK
(i.ilvauied I'enee Wue, 151.uk Steel
Ul.ick Staple, Special
NETT O00D3 ! tfaa to- NEW GOODS !
In all lines bv l.ilc auival.i. Agents for
flnWIu'r (jlurilen i!osu, Wire liotiml lloso, Steam Hose,
01. vijiiv si I'lnttoH (jiMi.irv.
PACIFIC HAltDWAHK CO., (I.'u'), .
1!. V. Dii.i.txniUM, .1. i. Ki'i:.s'i'i:i, F. L. Wisn:i!,
j.in-(M)0 Fiosiildil. .Manager it Secretary. Tienuirer.
,11.1. u-.jwsm.. im "lv'jjj-.j" ' iiim .::-.' "iw" ' t 'im'i , i' ' 11
For Sale by Benson, Smith & Go.
mmMM m cren3ff
.tl noi'il lSlocls, .No. 7? I'oet t-il i ( I .
FniclL Eilisli ami Anerlcu Dry ai Fancy toils,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
Fl'I.Ii LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS
Olicninu r lint .taiiuai'.i Tcini---l.m
m WteiiittUM'ii ir Hie Itur---
IhIoii In (lie ' ol' l.Doniciis.
The Supreme Court opened in
January term at 10 o'clock this
morning. Mr. Justice I'reslon pte
sides, and at the opening the lollow-
uig inemDers ot the oar were pre
sent: Messrs. A. S. Ilartwell, A. P.
l'ctcr.son (Deputy Attorncv-Gen-eral),
W. R. Castle, William Foster,
Cecil Brown, W. (). Smith, V. V.
Ashford, A. Rosa, J. E. Kaulukou.
F. M. Hatch, Chas. Crcighton, J. A.
Magoon, Gardner K. Wildci, W. C.
Achi, J. II. Barcnaba, J. M. Mon
sarrat, S. K. Kane, C. L. Caiter,
.las. K. Kaulia, W. L. Ilolokahiki,
and J. M. Kaneakua. Mr. Casion,
a member of the New York bar, at
tended the opening in company with
Mr. llartwell. Marshal Soper offi
ciated as Officer of the Court, and
Mr. Henry Smith, Clerk, and
Messrs. W". L. Wilcox, J. M. Vivas,
and Li Cheung, respectively Ha
waiian, Portuguese, and Chinese in
to pretcrs, were in attendance, l'ro
bably owing to repairs going on in
the buildiiig, there was a scarcity
of both tables and chairs. Many
ot tlie lawyers iiau to luxt seals in
the jury box, while ineii.beis of the
press had no accommodation what
ever. Immediately on the Cotut being
pioclaimed open, Judc Preston ren
dered the opinion of the full Court
on the exceptions to order of Chief
Justice Judd, overruling motion for
new trial in the case of Albeit Loo
nicns, convicted of treason at the
October term. The ground of the
motion mainly in question was that
two of the jurymen, M. N. Samlets
and T. M. Starkey, held commis
sions as policemen of the police
force of the Hawaiian Government.
In the argument on the bill of ex
ceptions, it was conceded that Star
key did not hold a commission, and
the argument was confined to the
point only with respect to Sanders.
Previous to Sanders being sworn
on the panel, hu was examined 011
the voir dim as to his indifference
and was accepted by the defendant,
but it was alleged 011 argument that
his holding of a commission as con
stable was not then known to the
defendant. It appeared by the affi
davit of the Marshal that Sanders
held a commission as a special con
stable without pay and conditioned
that he should not be called upon to
render any service except in case of
an uprising or insuricction or other
The full Court, by Judge I'reslon,
decide as follows: "The only quali
fication of jurors by law is that they
shall in the opinion of tin: Chief
Cleilcofthe Supieuie Court or the
clerks of the Ciicuit Couils icspec
tivcly, or of some Judge of such
courts, lie lit to servo as jurors.
Tho only persons exempted by stat
ute are postmasters imd their clinks.
It has br.cn the practice for the
(Joints, in their discretion, to ex
cuse officers ot the Government and
tegular paid constables Iroin service
on juries, especially in criminal
cases, but this discretion has been
cxciciscd also in excusing persons
whom the. Court 011 examination
thought might be biased.
"It may be that some Judges
would in their discretion excuse a
juryman in thu position of the one
in question, but it could not be on
the ground that ho was disqualified
by law. In fact, this juryman was
not bound by virtue of his (milium
sift" to, d,Q any woio than any other
citlen mighl'hi' called upon to do
In case of ciiictgciii'y.
JANUARY 6, 18110.
, (i'alvaiii1'd Slaolo.
Quilitv l-'ence Slaple.
IjUhnrt'uqucs Solul ion.
27 - S'.l
"The verdict of the jury was
unanimous, and we sec no reason
for disturbing it. The exceptions
A. P. Peterson and V. M. Hatch
for the Ciown ; A. Hosa, for de
fendant. The prisoner I.ooniens stood at
the bar of the Court while the deci
sion was being read, and at the
close was removed from the Cham
ber by the Marshal.
The calendar was then proceeded
with, the first case being this King
vs. John Hapa, malicious injury.
Mr. Peterson, for the Crown, asked
for a nolle pros., Mr. Kauhikoii for
defendant consenting, and it was
The King vs. Kalei, assault with
dangerous weapon, was also nol.
pros'd. W. R. Castle for defend
ant. The King vs. Kaiua, larceny, ap
peal from Policu Court, Honolulu,
was nol. pros'd the defendant, 11
young lad, receiving a reprimand
from the Couit. Kaiilukou for de
fendant. Mr. Peterson addressed the Court
with regard to tin; conspiracy and
riot cases. He said negotiations
were pending between the Govern-
inent and counsel for the defense,
and he would be leady to state the
result to-morrow morning.
The Court took a recess till 1 :.",0
p. m., when a divorce case would be
Mr. Justice Dole, who presides in
Chambers this week, this moining
granted the petition of !'. M.
Swanzy, administrator of tho estate
of Lincoln Cabot, deceased intcti
tate, for a commission to take Hie
testimony of August Dreicr, Elcele,
Kauai. The commission issued to
Hon. J. Hardy, District Judge of
A uncling of all Legal olen of the
Who ate 111 favor of tliu piinclplis
Will be held at the
King Street, Palaui'i,
MONDAY EYENING, Jan, 6th,
AT 7 O'CLOCK.
For the purpose of oii?anlitig u district
Club In like put hi llicciimlng diction.
I'ei onler of I lie
Hi) ill CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
SITU ATI OX WANTKI)
I")YaYo ng (icimiui Win
y cine ill i blhlre, or do
Ulllitll, to tUKO
worl:. Apply at ''Loniui .Mciclmnt unit
Alaken utieet ." -It ' if
VlJOOli Cook for much
Ailv at this oillee.
a Mulillu Aged .Man of cxpciienpc,
criertry ami oiikIi, a noitloii us
nrco'intiiiit, Biib'siimii or innnnger, in a
iricrciinllle homo, or would buy an in,
lerest in nil established In in In me", city 01
country Hetmenrci glvcii, Eiupilrc
at this oillee, .1:111 u
. Mw4iri mub
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OP THE UNITED STATES
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for Hie Hawaiian Islands.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
-in: urns tv
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
I'UVNTATION SUl'I'll !:...
Cupcnteih', Blacksmiths', Machinists' ,t Plumbers' Tor.l-,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Utensil?, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Lamp GoiibuuU
j!oiioiii1 3roi!liiJi ".
Blike's Sloara Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sowing Machines,
Dr. Jaync & Sons Family Medicines.
VISIT OUR STORE AND GET YOUR HOLIDAY PRESENT
Kill !$2.50jI I days
OUK (JI.ANl) SILV12U (J1FT SALE
On MONDAY, December 16th, 1889,
Dining litis sale eveiy customer purchasing the amount of i-2.o0
woith will rec.ehe a handsome
Conic and examine our NEW GOODS, and you will find llicm niiicli
nowei and lower in piieen than clenwheic. It is our unaltciahlo determina
tion to have no iccouiso to misleading or misiepiesentatiou. Our advejtiw
incut 1 1 uly lepresonts the Goods we oiler for sale.
Over 120 doz. of Ladies' Fine White Untrimmed Straw Hats.
gj0" Look at our Hotel Sheet
The near approach of the holidays and overstock of Goods nuke il iuipc
i.tlive that wo make (he most iadic.il and sweopiug changes in our prices,
and we feel fully justified in publicly assoiling that in tho coming week our
patious can sccuu) advantages in
Dry Gills, lilliiiry k Ms' Fmisliii Goods,
Which lia never been equaled.
HOSIERY ! HOSIERY ! HOSIERY !
:il2do Ladies' Ualbiiggan Hose, silk clocked; J (lo.hox,oiily.fl.lOfortlit'box.
Ladies' Coloicd lbndeied I Lvudkci chiefs, good quality; 7.1 ctaa doz.
CELLULOID GOODS, 'PLUSH GOODS, XM1S CARDS, AT COST,
fflf" Ouv Millinery is the finest
P We will mako
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Etc., Etc., Klc.
Window and see the line display of
(or tho Holidays.
line ehiblted in this city.
icd net ions in all our department?.
CIIAS. J. FISHEL,
The Loiullnii- Millinery Hoiim,