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KIUDAV, JAN. 10, 1890.
Stnir.l A Cummins fiom Koolau
Am hkt Atnt'lln, Xowhull. 1 1 days fimn
Am hkt I'ori'st'Queeii, Vfliiiliiiir, 1 1 tiny
from Sun Kranolu'O
Am l)kt Khkltsit. Curler, from Port
Am lirj-lW II li'tt In. MoCnlloeli. j(i,
tl iy fiom San I'YiiiicNcn
Haw t- S Australia. lloiiilloito, 7 iltyn
from San KrauoNen
Klnii'.IiiK Mukcc from Knia:i
Sclir Hnhibou from ICoolau
Sclir KuMol from Hawaii
Sliur W U Hull f loin Hawaii and .Maul
Slmr Pile from Kona
UerbUfl X Wilcox, Kaseh, an d.iv
from J'oil Towmotiil
Slmr Kuala from Wtiliinac
Ani M'hr Unbolt Lower'!. Pcnhiilinw,
for Sun I'rancheo
Slinr (J It Uixliop for Walamic, Waiahia
and Ivoolau at !l a in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Slmr Iwiilanl for l.ahahia ami llauui-
kiniat in a in
Schr Aliuy lor llanaloi
From Sun Francisco per S S Amira
lla, Jan 0 Frank I' Hayings and wife.
.Mrs F M Hatch, child ami malil, MUt
.lvilo Kaufman, .1 P Parker anil wife,
.MiiStlilman. .1 S I.ow, J M (jtilck. A F
.Mayor, J X Wright uuil wife, Ktljrur
('nmUer.Mis V PTnlcr. A Ulack mid
wife, It IveiN. H A MoOlll, A Yninjr,
jr. and wife, Dr.f Hit die, lliifiw Pinker.
.Miss Pinker, Jt llulsieail mill wife. Mis
It llulMoad. I. O S (ieliliard and wife.
Iti-v A X FWIiiT, wife ami child, Oeo
Sinner, VII,sF Flilh. .M 1'lalrliH-. .Mis-;
lloury. W A lluii-k and wife. H V Al
len. Frank .M Ulaik, Morris Franks, mid
wife, .Ino Tudor and wife, llarrv I'l
wood. Sum Marlon, Morris Un'rn-s. J
Donnely, Uowland Lowe, II S Dixon
ami wife, Gen Lycurgiix, o A Stevens,
Jt K Iliuitor, J lx;.ifcN .ino l)vi:r and
wlfi-, W Cogswell, . I () Connors', Mrs A
Young mid I'lilld, and W steerage.
For a circuit of Oalnt per utmr C It
IJMiop. .Inn ill K Mmiav, H Kaloinpu,
am I :tu duck.
From Kupau per tmr James Mukee.
Jim 10-Mr Knii child, Mhs K Kairoliilil,
and Miss S King.
From Sun Francisco, per bk Forest
0,iiceii, .Tun 10 V .lacoii.-cn, W lllrr
tlooli, 11 Taylor, X 11 MeCnlililn, ami 4
'I'lie American brigatitluc Y (5 Irwin,
Cuptalu J M McC'ullocli, arrived this
inorning, 2(IJ.j ilay.s from Sun FrancKco
with abuiit 600 tons general murchan
ulio. She also brings n loeoniotlve en
gini! for the. Olowulu I'luntutloii, Maul.
The. American barkeutiue KUkltat,
Ciiptuiu it 1) Cutler, was docked at the
Fort street wharf this morning with
about 700.000 feet of lumb.ir to Mossr.x
Wilder fc Co. Cantuin Cutler Is accom
panied ny ni.s wllo ami lamtly tuts tri
The steamer James Altikee lm(
iTilO bugs sugar f i om Kauai, and the J
a uimumns iw uaga sugar iioin ivoo
luu. The schooner Itobert I.ewers, Cap
tiln l'enliullow, .mailed to-day lor San
Fi-unuico with il,701 bags sugar, weigh,
ing 2,"02,"i0!) pounds. The consigners
were; H Hnckfeld fc Co, 1G,:02 hags
Miij.ir; M S Grinbaiinnt Co, :i,HK) bag.s
sugar; O Uolte, I,fi00 bugs sugar;
Campbell, Marshall it Co. 550 belis lia
iiauus. Domestic value, 9i:i5,:i7..
S S Australia. II O Houdlette, Master,
sailed from Sun Francisco Jan 3rd at
nonu, with fl-l cabin and 111 steerage
passengers, and l-l'.U tons jnerehiindUe.
1'irsl three days out strong southwest to
northwest winds and heavy sea; the
rest of tno voyage S K winds and line
wcater. Arrived at Honolulu Jan 10th.
l.lrerponl, Dec 2S lliit ship Hurrow
iliilc foi Honolulu.
llkt W 11 Dlmond,
1-1 ilys Honolulu
K S Alameda, f! ilys
lib 18m, llouo.
SS Australian dvs
both from Ilono.
Sch Anna, Kabul
Bkt Amelia. Ilono
Ilk Forest Queen,
l.YOXS-In Ibis clly, Jannaiy !). If'JO,
at this Queen's Hospital, James
Jtaymond, son of Daniel Lyons,
aged 7 years and !l months.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Fki:kh frozen oysters nl XolteV.
Tin: latest (iiiotation fur sugar is
M.df) per 10U lbs., (.H lest.
Voteiis in 1st precinct of second
district will Hud a notice of legistru
tion in this issue.
Tub estate, of the late Tbos. K,
lfoHter luiH been appiaiscil in Sun
Fmncisco at $-l(K),(K0.
Mn. f,evoy'H salo o etl'ccts of tho
Lite O. .1. ifurtlco to-nionow at 10
o'clock includes many desirable urli
les. Rojtr.TiiiNO new for hiciiUfusl is
alvcrtiscd by Mitchell A Peterson,
Sm Franoisco. JntorviuwyourKrocer
Two nuwly-manied collides Mr.
V'. A. Buick, manager of Kiiwailou
Hunch, Waialua, and brido, and Mr.
A. Young, jr., and btidc arrived by
thu S. 8. Australia thin noon,
Kbv. Father James M. O. Hon
ohiud, who contemplated coming to
these islands for his health, died
fiom organic, diseaso of tho heart ut
rit. Ignatius College, San Francisco,
on Dec. 27. He wan ug,ed CO year,
of a French Creole family, and a
cousin of Gen, ReaurcKard of thu
LUOAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Kn'OINi: Co. No. 1 nieelw thi even-
Tiii'tn: wcie miiiic hiiMt kIiowoi.s
Hi i forenoon.
Tin: weekly meeting of the Me
chanics' Union is to night.
Tun tticaina in Kwa ran very high
with water front thu mountain's yen
tcnliiy. Tin: normal classes wcie to begin
nl U .:!() thi- afternoon in Foil Slicet
TllKband hits an excellent pin
Uininnio for the concert at the Hotel
I'nisim IMwiird A. Keii of the
Anstriiliii has our thanks for San
Francisco tiles, etc.
Tiimii: was a largo meeting at Mil
ium lust night, addressed bv Messis.
John !:. JJush and II. W. Wilcov.
Mtt. V. I,. Wilcox asks voteis in
the fifth wind to bring their -lux ic
ceipls when they ennui to register.
Wr. icgiet to leuin that Mr. 1!. J.
Cieigh'.on has met with an nccident
in San Fiunciseo, by whieli lie hud
his leg bioken in two places.
Tin: Royal Hawaiian Hand played
al. the residence of Chief .lu-ticc
.1 ii (UI, this morning, in couiniemoru
lion of the Judge's natal day.
Tin: employees of Hon. W. II.
Uice, Liliue, on Xe.w Year's day pte
sented him with a gold watch-chain,
and Mis. Uice with an elegant piano
lamp. Si'1'.oimk.vs of Mr. F Oliemba'i
wood carving, in the shape of well
executed mango and guava fruit and
leaves, uro shown in the Hawaiian
Xews Co.'s windows.
One of the crew of the barkeuline
,H. N. Cistle unfoi innately had one
of his legs broken by a falling bag of
migur this morning. He was taken
to the Queen's Hospital.
Tin-: closing services of the week
of prayer will be held at Central
Union Church this evening, when
Hew O. M. Hyde, 1). IX, will lead tho
meeting on the topic, "The Chinch :
its Power mid Progiess."
Mn. M. Davis, ninichant, has had
built a commodious cottage on a
pleasant site neat the end of the
tramways line, Waikiki. He will
shortly make his residence theie, on
account of Mrs. Davis's health.
Voteiis of theltli ward have in
vited Mr. Tbos. II. Lucas, candidate
for Itepiesentutive on the National
Iloforni ticket, to address a meeting
at tho Old Ainiory, Queen sheet, to
morrow evening. Other speakers for
that party will be present.
111 ivrivin nvor the Australia. Iias-
iimin.r lUr (lie mimed of 11 number of
Island people are noticed, especially
Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Hustings, Mis. F.
M. Hutch, Mrs. W. P. Toler, Mrs. A.
Youhg, Dr. llrodie, the Paikeis, Mr.
and Mis. Jt. Halstertd, Mr. and Mis.
John Dyer and others. Welcome all.
Mit. D.in Lyons and family have
our sympathy and thu sympathy of
the community in his sad bereave
ment. Another has been added to
that portion of tho family which has
"gone befoie." The little son Ray
mond, sovon years old, has now
joined the mother and twu little
A MKirnxa was called foryeslciduy
evening at Kwa Court-house, sup
posedly for electing delegates to the
Reform central convention. There
was a goodly attendance including
many natives, hut a telephone mes
sage from town caused a postpone
ment of the ineetinjj till ):H o'clock
The No. 11 car on the King stioet
lino ran over u rillo cartridge lying
in the rail groove, near Thomas
square yesterday foienoou. An ex
plosion resulted which startled all on
tho car. Conductor Luscomb found
an empty cuitridgo box near by, and
thinks the dangerous thing may
have got on tho rail by accident.
A wiiamno vessel is off Waianao
this afternoon, having between .'10
and -10 shipwrecked people on board.
The steamer Kuala is going out fiom
Waianuu to take them off and bring
them to Honolulu. Later informa
tion is that the shipwio ked ciew are
from the bark John (Jacob?) How
laud, and were picked up on John
At an adjourned meeting of En
gine Co. No. iJ yesteiday evening, H.
It. Saylor and M. A. Wuhlron were
elected inenibeis, and tho following
nominations were made for the com
pany election next month: Foreman,
i. II. Ryan ; 1st Assistant, James
Hunt and W. II. C. Crcig; 2d Assist
ant, Thomas Matthews mid R. II.
DaviH; Secietary, Albeit Lucas and
W. II. C. (Jreig; Tieiisiuer, Albeit
Lucas and P. Drown,
An illuminated addiess to Mr. R.
A. Maelio, President of tho Kilauea
Sugar Plantation Co., Kauai, fiom
the employees of that corpoiulion, is
on exhibition in the window of the
Hawaiian News Co.'s bookstoie. It
will be sent to tho esteemed gentle
man in Scotland on the occasion of
his golden wedding. Opposite spaces
for bigiiatures are lelteied the posi
tion held by tho signer and his
nationality, thoie being no lees than
(if teen countries ropiesented in the
list. In tho upper comeis of thu ad
dress mo sketches of tho residenco of
Mr. R. A. Macfiu, Jr., manager of tho
plantation and the President's son,
and thu Kilauea sugar mill. Mr. R.
C. Rarnlleld, artist, is tho illuminator
of tho document, which is exceed
ingly beaulifnl in inety icspecl.
bAII-Y BblihU'lMNs lIONOhULl
Latest Foreign News.
5i J' run cisco, Jiin. II nl, per S. .V.
Prof. .Melville (!. Dluine, princi
pal teacher nl the Clicniuwa Indian
Training .School, near Salem, Ore
gon, and brother of Secretary
Hiuine, died December I0, njjed (i."i.
Eleven colored men were shot at
li.irmvcll, S. (.'., and the coroner's
jury found they eunie to their death
from gunshot wounds by persons
unknown. Prominent colored men
of Charleston issued a call for a
convention on Jan. 'J, to consider
thu outrage and confer on means of
liavinji the laws respected and peace
Castle Garden received .'lloJift
immigrants hist year, a decrease id
nearly 70,000 from the previous
year. Every nation on the facu of
the earth except China was repre
sented. An English syndicate has offeied
Sl. u share, or an aggregate of
SIS,000,000 lor the .100,(100' shares
of the famous Oianite Mountain
mine of Montana.
Kansas produced 1 ,'J!l.'),,J7.i pounds
of sugar last year.
The cruiser Charleston went into
commission at Yallejo, Cal., Dec.
:.'o, the new olllccrs being Captain
llemuy, Lieutenant Commander
Todd, Lieutenants Field, Sloney,
Daufeld and Ctleniion,(Junncr Walsh
and Carpenter Hilton.
The epidemic ol iiilhieu.a is
spreading in Atactica. Several
cases wcie landed at Halifax, Ca
nada. Henry 1. I'icrson, Chancel
lor of Hie Regents of the I'niversitv
of isew i oik, died, aged 70, ol
what is believed to have been in
tlucn.a. Dradstreets reports 1 1,710 failures
in llie I'liiled States for the y.-ur
1880, with liabilities amounting to
$M0,'J.'9,'l!)O, and assets of $70,
.r)!9,7(,!t. This is the largest num
ber of failures and a greater amount
of liabilities than for any year in
the past live years. The increase
in the number of lailurcs over 1888
is U!I2. Increase in liabilities 820,
117,088. Increase in assets 8,
.')!)!),8.r)8. Senator Stanford lias given S.'iOO
to Susan 11. Anthony to publish
pamphlets in favor of woman suf
frage, in which the Senator and liis
wife are linn believers.
Sixteen men lost their lives by the
caving in of a mine at AngelsX'amp,
Cal., Dec. 22.
Henry W. Grady, editor of the
Atlanta Constitution, one of the
hnest orators in the country, died
Dec. 2I( from a combination of dis
eases caused by cold contracted in
The steamer State of California
from Oregon ports is overdue at
San Fianeisco three days, causing
Capt. John II. Freeman, Surveyor
of Lloyds, and Frederick It. Cation,
of the linn of Catton, Dell & Co.,
came to a sudden end in San Fran
cisco on Dec. 20. They went into
the hold of the ship Durham that
had been on lire at Port Costa, and
were immediately suffocated by gas
that had been generated from thu
cargo of grain.
The inihien.a increases at an enor
mous rate all over the continent.
There are -10,000 cases in Munich.
Schools are closed in many cities.
Twenty-six pauper lads lost their
lives in a Loudon fire.
The Russian police have discover
ed a dceplaid and widely-pervading
plot ogaiust the life of the Czar. A
Nihilist was killed in a struggle with
the police while they were making
arrests in the palace.
There arc 17,000 coal miners on
strike at Charleroi, Delgiiun. Coal
is scarce and the situatian setious.
The Emiii Relief Committee has
received a letter from Emiii Pasha,
in which ho says that lie will -Uo all
he can to personally assist Germany
in her enterprise.
The Derlin Tagblalt claims it iir.s
definite information that Dr. 1'eteis
and members of his party are alive.
The royal palace at Brussels is
burned with the loss of the art col
lection. Princess Clementine had a
narrow escape from death in the
The Czar of Russia was seriously
ill at the latest advices. A report
te current tltat he was poisoned.
Thirty Siberian exiles have been
shot like dogs by Cossacks.
Ex-Empress Theresa of Brazil
died very suddenly at Oporto, Dec.
28. Her last words were: Drazil.
Brazil, that beautiful country, I
cannot return there-P'
King Humbert, replying to a par
liamentary deputation's congratula
tions on New Year's day, said:
"There was a time when I would
not have ventured to guarantee
peace for a fortnight. Now peace
is assured by the good understand
ing between Germany and Russia."
A vast number of foreign resi
dents in Brazil have piotested
against the. naturalization scheme of
the provisional government. French,
Portuguese, German, and Italian
merchants threaten to close their
business and leave the country.
The Republicans aro much pleaued
with the sympathy received from
the I'liiled Stales. ' The governinenl
i cBsveni ?, sai yspw "atiwi"!'?!.
AH'llK-l'IlN IllOl'iC. ?S0. J I-'OI'I J-8'MI.
Freiicli, Hurjlik ami American Dry ml Fancy Gods,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
FULL LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS
Kill loves, Dieioil Dye Black: Hose in Bibbnt & Plain.
Pacific Hardware Go., Ltf,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
A NEW INVOICE OF
Glassware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
d.ilwinicd Fence Wire, Rlael Steel Fence Wire, Galvanized Staples,
IJliick Staples Special (juilily Fence Staples.
NEW GOODS ! -tsa tor NEW GOODS !
In all liner, by late anivals. Agents for
KtihlMM- (JimliMi Host, AViro liounil lloso, Sl:iin lloso,
in vniiv Hti'i:t;toit gi'Ai.irv.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.. (LV),
P.. F. Dll.M.S'liltAM, .1. (5. Sl'KNCKII, F. L. WlNIIMI,
Piesident. Manager it Secretaiy. Ticasiuer.
has urged the political parties to
constitute, immediately some kind of
representation for the different
States, in view ol the rapidly in
creasing disoiganizalion and discon
tent with the military dictatorship.
Senator Stanford tin a vMt to
Montreal expressed himself as fav
orable to freer trade, between the
countries, and said there was no
fear of them going to vnr about the
annexation ol Canada.
At a bull-liglit at Villa Leiodo.
Mexico, the amphitheatre loll, and
nearly HID poi.sons were injured,
The Canadian Pacilic Railway's
surplus above lixed charges for the
past year is S2,2;(),0(0.
Fivr. hor.ses and one cow came by
the kill; Forest IJucen thir morning
consigned to Messr.-. Then. II. D.iion
& Co. Among the Iiium1-. was ,i
well known ti otter.
FitAXt M. Clark has ai lived with
the Ihtotnn Specialty Co. II. pin
inies to be the finest entertainment
heie for a loii time. .Mr. Cl.irk is
well-known as a successful diiectnr
of comedy. The company open-, to
moriow night, and scats for first pei
forniiince and the season can be bad
at Mr. L. .1. Levey's olllce.
Company A, Honolulu UillcK, yes
teiday evening elected the following
named ollicer.s, all by acclamation :
Capt. ,0. W. Zeigler; First Lieuten
ant, K. 11. F. Wolters: Second Lieu
tenant, K. U. Thomas. The meeting
was picr-ided over by Capt. Langley,
and at the clo-e Col. Ashfntd exhi
bited plans for a new armory. Re
cication and refreshment ended a
JUST THE THING !
u.tiit hiu i :
i':'oi)oiiiiii l :
C?;- Sampler free at till I-catling Oro.
31 1 TO 1 1 E I jIj & 1ETE USOX,
Il!i S F. Agents. 12t
NEW K13ATjAKI HI UIjIjK'I-
IN r.iio pnimil tins, is a delicacy that
is hoonmit.g very pnpiibii. The
sole iiL'i'iitrt mi'
.1. K. HROWNA-CO,
113 lw Alex limit I'tK.t.
NOT 10 IS.
IJURSONS h.ivinj-Ciii'os uuil IJ'.ltlni
bcloiiglnn to llie Crjsuil s-o-hv
Winks are roMienllullv loipictid to
nollly the WniKs" olllier bv Tuicplinnc
oi Po-iul Caul. " IS lw
I)r. M. E. (HtOSSIAX,
RuturiH'd on the Austiulla noil lian re
Hinni'il prnctice at bin tonner olllce. iw
Hnlcl street- Kinil
Stop That Coufrh !
MANY ponpliMii'tilvct what llie.v rail
a simple oolil which, if not
nliookuil in liini'i ui'iy I'"'"! to bniif
iroiihl-j. Dr. L0ZIEIVS C0UQII SYltUP
ulll no onlv stop llio cirnuli, but heal
tin- hinei.. Trv h. For snle ut
JA.S'IJAKY It), 1HIH).
jf l"t rmytk
i.. .i. i.tvi-.i.
Saturday, Jau. 13.
FRANK M. CLARK'S
Boston Specially Co.
Arrived by S S AuMrUin.
Tlie (JicHte-t Sped Uly Ccimhiitr.tloii
thai lias ever visited the MIhihIh
now oti a limr nr uuil
FRANK M. CLARK.
TIIK ORKAT F.I.I. WOOD.
MISS MAl'DL CIIATU'OOI).
HfTlie nbovo onmbitiut'oi will ap.
ii'iir in u inojiaiiiine luiuifiil of sruk.
First proiliie'.hni 'in UoiiiOulti of the
World Piiiutiil a Act Ciiiui'ily
Muldoon's Picnic 1
si:i: it -&tasr sf.k it
1.10 Tiiiults in 1.iO AlinuU-H
t6f Roinrinip"r the opening night,
Mtiinl'iy .Inn KI
IW Itwv plmi for iccivcd suits for
the kiMsnti now open.
bat' Hnx plait for iiiionini; ni(;lit will
open at !i o'clock, Sntunbiy morniiii!, at
L .1 Li-voyV oftlco. -Hi) :lt
VOll SAN FKANCrSCO,
The Al Steamship
Will Iirvi) Honolulu for tlir abovr
Friday, Jan. 17, f90
For Freight or Pasture, apply to
WM. G. IKWIN & CO., Aleuts.
I (!) 1 V
Per "S S. Austialiii,"
At The Beaver Saloon
ii.. i. xoin:, riopiiotor.
-200 BBLS FRESH
riATTTinTlMTA TTMT? I
.lust icceivcl ex "I.idy Laiup'uii,"
FOU SAI.li uv
OASTLE & COOKE.
UAL IT UQBIA
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF Till': 1'NiTF.I) STATF.S
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
(leneral Agent for the Huttuiiuu IsluuiU.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
('.u pen tors', lJlacksmithh', M.iebinisb.' vv Plumbers' Twls,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Utensilc, Pninls, OiN, Varninhe-i, Lamp Ootids and
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Ceutrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sowing Machines,
VISIT OUR STORE AND GET YOUR HOLIDAY PRESENT
OUR GK AND SILVER GIFT SALE
On MONDAY, December 16th, 1889,
Dniiiif this mle every om-tomer piirchiinj" the nmntint of $2.fi0
worth will icceive :i hamUomc
Come nnd exiimine our NPJW GOODS, mid you will tint! lliein nitich
newer and lower in prices than elHcwheie. It iR our uniilterable deteiniiu.s
tion to li.ive no rcconrbo to misleadiii; or tnisrepreoentation. Our iidveitiio
ineiit truly repicscntH the OoodB wo oiler for Mile.
Over 120 doz. of LadieB' Fine White Untrimmed Straw Hute.
gjS Look at our Hotel Street
The near uppioach of tho holidayK and overstock of Goods nmku it iiupe
rative that wo make tho most ladical nnd hweepinj; clmii(eri in our piicen,"
nod we foul fully jiiBtified in publicly inserting that in tho coining week our
p.itions can cecuie advantiiges in
Dry GDOis, Milliw l Mi FonisMiii Goods. .
Which have niwr been eiiualeii.
HOSIERY ! HOSIERY ! HOSIERY !
Jll'Jdo. l.ailioH' IliilbrigKun Hoe,hilk tdocked; A do.box,ouly$l.l()forlhibo'. .
Ladies' Coloted IJordored llandl.eichiefM.good i-uulity; 75 cIhii doz.
CELLULOID GOODS, PLUSH GOODS, XMAS CARDS, AT COST,
gjF Our Millineiy in the linest
vo win nuiKu
Dr. Jape & Sous Family Medicines.
- IJ - 'JO
i ja.-L.'asH.'L" jai'J1 "f .
Etc., Etc., Etc..
Window and boo tho fine display of
tor tlie homiIiivb.
line o.xliihited in thin city.
leiiiieiious in mi our ncpnrimcniK.
CIIAS. J. FISHEL,
Tin- I.i'itiUn Mllllnorylllouxo.
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