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JION'DAV, JAN. 115, 1SII0.
lliiw lik Andrew Welch, Mtirxtnii, II
ilnya from Newcastle
Slmr MtUlttilti from Kimnl
SSnir l.i-liim fioiH Mind
Sltnr Wnhileiileiinni Klliiucti mitl Ihiuti-
Stun- Ukellke from Maul
Sclii' i'tmili A PJIn fruin ICo'tlan
Helir l.uka from ICtiutil '
Slmr Wiilm 1 1 1:1 1 1 1 from Muni tiliil Vuln-
Sclir lli'cln from Ilium
Pclir Wnlulin from Kmml
Jp S S Ynuiauiro Minn, Yoimjy.' for
Yokohama nt 12 in
St inr Mokolll for Moloknl at ", tit
St mr J A CiitnmliH for Ivnnbui it t ! a in
Stnir.lus Mnk-ee for Knpaa nl I p in
Sehr Mary for llnunlci
Sclir ISainliow for tihil.ie
ritnir UkeltUe ror Muni a( ." p in
Slmr V0 Hall for l.ahiiiuti. Manliest,
K'onn. Kim nml the Volcano at 10
o'clock a in
Hinr 1'clo for Konn port at tl u in
SniirJIIknliahi for ICnnal ill r p in
Stinr Wnliileitle for Kilaiiei anil llnua-
Icl at 5 ) in
Htnir Kniilti for Wntiitiuc anil Wniiiliia
Sclir Kaiilkcaonll for Kauai
Sclir I.nka for Kauai
Sclir Ku Mol for Lalinina
Sclir Samh & Eliza for Koolan
IVom Maul, per slmr IJkclike, .Ian I,'
1'iofAI) Ui-ell, l'liif A l.ynu,
wife and 2 children, t! 1. llrltn, .1 0
Sylva, M A Gnn-uilvei, II I'ieprr anil
""ii. Mim (itie, Ml M K Orcen, Unbelt
Atkinson, .Mlt I,juniiB,.MiisierOoiiii,
Mls I, .Mtmie, .1 (3 D.inity, .1 V Kallia
ami III deck. '
From Kanal, per stmr MlUtilulu, .Tan
12 Mrs C 51 Cooke and '.' sim. Mrs I,
I) Mihipv, MIhs II E Oii-liimtn, S K
Damon. Eugene and Norman fvmaii,
Muster lliilic, E Kope. Ktilplt Wilcox, K
.11 HtliSII, HUH .Mllll, Utlllt'l' II llllt, J(
l.yniim, Mrs Wright, 11 Mist, It a Mac
lit!, Jr, V llurlowil., and Pi ileck.
From ICmiiii, pur stun- Walaleale. .liin
l1.' II FUeitchnanu, Jr.
The iclinniuM' ICii Mol lronlit l,::i::i
li.iL-rt snar from Hawaii.
The hark (i N Wilcox i moored tit
the Foit street wharf dMitugiiu; liiin
lier. The steamer Kanla brought 2.000 bags
siifjar from Walanac: and 400 bunches
lin nanas frnin Waialna.
The steamer Mnknlil brought 5:11
lujjs siiKar, 18 barrels molasses, null 10
The steamer l.lkclike ai rived ycter
iluv from Muni with -l,'J(i., bails' iftiaar,
l'.i.". hides, M pigs, mid Hi packages sun
dries. The schooner Wnimaln, Captain W
WuKbarth, will sail ubout next Weil
nesday for Fanning' Island ivntl neigh
boring islands. Captain IS Anderson,
of the wrecked schooue-.Jennle Wttlker,
who knows tho places well, goes with
Captain Wclsbarth. The U'liinmlii will
return within six months with a load of
gnano for Captain Walker. Captain
Weisbarth' is now giving his vessel a
t hnrongu overhauling at Einnies' Mtarf .
Tho bark Matilda came off the Marine
Hallway this morning, nnd the steamer
Iihna was taken tip.
The Japanese steamship Yatnashiro
Main, Captain Young, sailed at noon
to-day for Hongkong via Yokohama,
with 14 Chinese atidn Japanese steeinge
The steamer Wiiialeale brought L'flSO
baits sugar from Kauai yesterday.
The steamer Mlkahalii brouglit t"i,(l7"
litig sugar, 112 bags rice, 87 llltles, 1iO
sheep, and 47! goiit skins.
The steamship Muripos'i canied away
mi Saturday 4,'X bgs sugar, !! I bxsbelel
leave, and 1, S01 bunches biiiiantis; the
shipper were : V (V Irwin & Co, :T,7C(!
bgs sugar; II A U'idemann, ii;l" bags
sugar; Oumpbcll, Marshall it Co, l,t;si
bchs baiiauas; Iltiwslliin Itauana Co.
L'lo luiclts ba'unua. I)omc-tiu value
WAT.l. At Desklns, Oregou, Novem
ber i'i, 1880. C. F. Wall, sou of Hon.
Clpirles Wall, aged 14 years 1
In the Supremo Court this morn
ing, Mr. Justice McCully presided.
II. G. Stebhius pleaded guilty to
gross cheat, and was to lie sentenced
tins afternoon. CI: a On, wlto lately
caused a powder explosion at Mr.
Henry F. Poor's house, being ar
raigned for malicious injury, admit
ted firing of the powder hut said he
was trying to commit suicide. He
) will he sentenced this afternoon. A
foreign jury acquitted All Yce of
burglary by a unanimous verdict. A
nolle prosccpii was entered in the
c.'isi! of Hobert Peterson, charged
with using a deadly weapon on a
sailor on hoard the bark J. A. King ;
also, in the caso of Peter Miranda,
assault and battery. The Court be-
unit I a n f I n tnn rwi dfiuutnn if f wt
The longwishcd for rain has at
last arrived, during Sunday and
Uunday night tle rainfall was '2.20.
100 inches; the total rainfall for the
month to this time of writing is
The making of the road from
I (ilea to Pallida has commenced.
Maunaloa is wearing its winter
nightcap of snow, a good indication
of rain for Ktui.
There are at present six candi
dates for Legislative honors, in the
Held for Kau. If the quality were
as good as the quantity is large, we
might have much to he thankful for;
us it is there arc those who question
tlia utility of recording their votes
on election day, thinking it better
to waive their privilege than to vote
for gentlemen whom they do not
think aro tltted for a seat iu the
Ktui, Hawaii, Jan. 8, 1890.
WfMIBWW'J ff i IW IJJHAi HUnt UWJK3JOfJ'tpWUtWItfc .
LOCAL & CEHEHAL HEWS.
Mil. JuMice MeC'ully fiN ill Clmui
IiCih th'u Week.
A ruin: foi iiillticnz.i is nd'eied hv
Ilttllit tct A Co.
Tin: Imml will play nl Ktiinni
Wn.iiKit's H. H. Co. pay n dividend
of '! ti tlnuo iit-nionow.
Ki,i:'t mis in vni intts distiicts will
linil notices of icgistnilioii issiicil ln
iltty. Somi: pi'iMtii or pcisons unknown
lnivo lii-tiii wantonly dcsl mying yitiini;
1 1 ccs tit Iviipiolani l'ltik.
A iti:rnvi: of King Miilielo.i of
Snnioa in among tin; shipwrecked
snilorsol the li.tilc Jacob A. Iluwlaml.
Tin: annual meeting of the Kilaticii
Sugar Co., will tic held at II it. in.
tu-iuoriuw, ollice of V. (!. It win A
Co. Dni'iiTV Coiisiil-Oneiiil Kiehiiid
sou this inoiniiig shipped a nuiiiiier
of this Jacob A. I lowland's .ship
wrecked sailors on vessels in pint.
Mil. I. C. Jones', in anticipation of
u piolouged visit to New lngliiml,
has given tho Hawaiian Mis-siou
ltotud f,0l)0 as his donation for the
Jo.SKi'li Kainpelinnun, of Westpha
lia, about whom iui'oi million was
nuked in .Siituidny's iHsue, li-poiled
himsclfnt tin iil'l.l.nil.V t.lliee this
Mil. W.T. MfintRurat, V. S., 1ms
lii'on appointed "Excculii' lu.pei
tor of Aniuials for the island of O.iliu,
and (lovcinmeiii N'ljteriiuiry Singeon
for tin! King."
Tin: electric light at the Old
Armory was out on Saturday night,
milking the "free and independent"
supporters of Mr. Lucas lluuudcr
thiougli total diiiUness in the mud.
Tin: Oper House was entcied by a
window nnd the gieen room ransack
ed, hut the police have tisccrltiincd
that only a pair of tiouscis in
missing. Boys ate supposed to lie
Mekhhs. McCsuidlesfi Bros, aie now
boring tiitesiau wells in Wnianao nnd
Wtiinliiii, The nic engaged to boie
wells in Honouliiili tind Kaliiiku, ttnd
will likely drill one for Ah lit at
J. 11ui.wsti:ii and F.dwmd O'Hiien,
saiioiK, weic nriosted yesteid.iy,
ehaiged with the unlawful possession
of seven tins of opium, live of which
weie found iu n woodpile near Car
ter's wootl yaid, King street.
Drui.VR last week six (Jillteit Isl
anders, four men and two women,
died at Kolou,, Kauai, of measles. A
Portuguese laborer at the sunn
place had his arm broken by being
run over by a cane wagon.
Tin: ditl'iision process at I'lnniakun
poko broke down on Wednesday
night last, one of the heavy cast iron
cell doois breaking oil'. This has com
pelled a recouise to the grinding pio
cess until repairs can be effected.
Sevi:nti:kn cases of drunkenness
vtm punished iu the Police Court
this morning. Kauai was lined .,'(1.'20
for assault and battery on a native
woman. Yeo Fat was sentenced to
pay $78.20 and bo imprisoned 12
hours for having opium unlawfully
Tin: jury iu the Cionin case nl
Chicago on Dec. 10 found Daniel
Coughliu, Patrick O'Sullivan, and
Martin Burke guilty of murder, and
fixed the penalty at imprisonment
for life. Eleven were for hanging
them, but the twelfth held out
against the extreme penalty. John
F. Beggs was acquitted; John Kriuc,
found guilty of manslaughter and
give,n three years iu prison.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Harmony Lodge No. 3 I. O. of O.
F. at 7:30.
District meetings of Reform party
Band Concert at Emma Square, at
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
Mr. Frank M. Clark's Boston Spe
cialty Company opened at the Ha
waiian Opera House on Saturday
night, to a large audience. The en
tertainment was one of the variety na
ture, iu which there was something
to stiit every kind of taste. The
performers individually and as a
whole played excellently. The
greater part of the programme wasjen
tirely new to Honolulu, and the fre
quent and loud applause evinced the
satisfaction it alforded. Nothing
but extra pressure on our space to
day prevents a mote extended no
tice. The oompny will perform
again to-nimrow evening. Tickets
may be had at the oflice of Mr. L.
The Royal Hawaiian Baud will
play this evening at Kmina Squurc
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is tho programme:
March Imperial Cllv Svlilniiimnr
Ovci tuVe ''eiulranildc Kossini
MUeieie II Trovatoie Vim ill
Selection Lucia Douirlti
l.ipollpo, Midtmal, Mahliri Malaiua
Scotch Airs Robert J5iiice....llnnisrau
Cornet Polka Village Festival
Waltz Young Vienna Fain bach
Quadrille Tlugel Tan gel Thicl-
DAILY .UUIjMiJTIN: JIO&'OliULU, I!. I..,
NATIONAL nEFORM PARTY.
I. nice "Icetli'tT tit Win it I'i-i -t.ntti-iianry
r Hie Hiiecelicf.
Notwithstanding u prodluiniii
downpour of lain within half an
hour of the time appointed, the J
meeting of elcctots of Ward I nt the
Old Armory on Saturday evening
was ti very huge one, particularly!
for a wind meeting, 'i'lieio we-ie I
over a bundled people present when j
the meeting optMied on lime, and
others kept coining until fully two
bundled wine iu the hull. .Mr. II.
Moie presided and .Mr. V. II. Stone
acted as seci clary.
Mr. Thos. IJ. Lucas, candidate
for llepresenUitive of the Distiic'..
was tlic first speaker. lie urged
the necessity of cvety elector going
to his "own precinct to legister.
There was a good deal of talk on the
streets and in the newspapers about
registering. It was now concluded
that every elector in the District of
Honolulu must register; aNo that
every until must have his taxes paid,
and the Government was not coin
ing after their taxes just now on
that account. But just as soon as
the elections were over every mini
would have to pay his taxes or he
sued for them. The only people
not required to pay taxes are the
soldiers discharged shortly alter the
30th July, because their names were
in as exempted before that time,
and the firemen. lie explained to
the electors of the ward where and
when they were required to register,
and promised to go with any of
them that came to hint to see that
the' wore registered. Auothei
thing to be reiiicnilieied was that an
elector iiuibt have lived three months
just previous to the election iu the
waul where ho is to vote. It was
learned that some persons were go
ing round with books to take the
names of voters, and it wouldn't
hurt them if they gave these persons
their names. One thing lie urged
on them was to be careful on elec
tion day and drink no gin until
after the election. (Laughter.)
This election was to lie one of the
most important ever held in the
country, as it was to decide whether
the Hawaiian Islands were to be an
independent kingdom or a large
plantation peopled with slaves. (Ap
plause). This was the first election
that he ever dabbled iu politics, but he
wished to see that his children giew
up to have the same privileges as
any man enjoyed to-day. It
would pay him better to attend
to his own business the next six
months, but he had the interest, of
the country at. heart and would
work for it with all his might. It had
been said that all Tommy Lucas
wanted was a government position,
but he had been offered one years ago
ami had tcfitscd it. When he got into
the Legislature, as he knew he would
(applause), it would not be so much
in talk as iu deeds that he would
cudeavor to serve his constituents.
It was not so much opposition to the
government that they were after,
but the carrying out of their princi
ples. The increasing attendance at
this meeting on such a night showed
the interest the people telt in their
principles. Before leaving home
when the rain was pouring lie had
said he should come if lie swam
through ten teet of water, and his
friends would be there too (ap
plause). And he should go through
mud and water, over hill and dale,
to gain their ends. If they could
find any thin-skinned candidate on
their ticket, they should let them
know. Tho Government party ad
mitted it was ti strong ticket and it
would be hard to beat. That pail.y
were sending round town to get ma
terial for a platform, because the
National Reform party had taken all
there was (laughter). Many nf the
Reform I'.uty weregoingtovote their
ticket, and vote it straight, but they
couldn't say so because they weren't
all independent on that side as on
this. (Applause). A reference to
C. J. McCarthy as a coming Noble
was loudly applauded, and the
speaker introduced that gentleman
to the meeting.
Mr. McCaithy said he was proud
to stand as a representative of work
inginen, as he like his father was a
workingman. Thowoikingmcn never
had representation in the Reform
Party and never would. The Chi
nese question was important to the
native as it was to the foreigner, tho
Hawaiian had given place to the
Chinese in raising taro and making
poi. lie conceded that the planta
tions must have cheap Chinese la
bor, but when done with it. they
must not dump it into Honolulu to
compete with every civilized worker.
(Applause). Another promise In
their platform was to endeavor to
amend the Constitution where it re
quired a man to earn SfiO a month
iu order to vote for Nobles. The
necessity lor that restriction as it
stood now had passed away, and,
while he was not prepared to say
what the qiialilleation for the No
bles' franchise should be, it ought
to be made less oneinus than now,
so as to include all industrious and
intelligent men. Referring to the
Sunday law. plank the speaker con
tended that innocent recreation
ought not to bo tabu on Sunday par
liculaily in the altcruoou. lie em
phasized tho duty of every elector
registering; the Government evi
dently counted on their neglecting
it rather than take the troulilu im
posed by tho new law. (Applause).
Mr. McCaithy closed will) the hope
that they would all vote for Mr. Lu
cas anil tho whole ticket, and was
loudly applauded as ho s:t down,
Three cheers were given for Mr.
"-SPS'ifipSl jRft '-"Mi"'
Mi'lnt-riiy Illoi-k, "No. 5 I'ocl )-M reel .
Frencb. IMPsli am! Amorinau Dry ami Fancy G
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
Fl'I.L LINK OF HOLIDAY (lOOIX
Fail G10F8S, Diitii!!fl u Ml Hose ie ihsi k Pip.
iimi 27 Ml
JO OrV I S O X O X25."2.J !
Hardware, Agricultural Impluraents, House Furnishing Goods,
A M-.YV INXOH'K )F-
Glasswars & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
!.ilv.ini."'il FcttiM' Wire, lil.ick Kteil Fence Wire, (Inlvaiiied Staple,
Ul.iek Staph, Speeinl (Judity Fence Staples,
NEW GOODS ! tsa stir NEW GOODS !
Iu till lines by Lite nitiv.iK A;iuIh fnr
RstbJx'r ( anion iio'sc, Wlvo Hound lio.se, ,SIo:mi Host,
nr vnnv (ii'rm.ioii iir.w.iiv.
I'ALMFIC IIAltDYVAHK CO.. (LV),
15. F. Dim.inoiiam, .1. (.1. Si'iixcmi, F. L. Wintiik,
jan-ti-OO I'ie.ident. Malinger & Secretary. TiOiinuer.
Mr. I!. V. Wilcox addressed the
uiectiiii! in Hawaiian, loudly ap
pl'iiided at every point. Ho spoku
of the injiiiiice of the piesenl (lov
crninent. towaid ll.iwniians. Native
graduates nf Lahainaluiii Seminary
were getting only S 10 a month
touching Hi-hool while SH'fi a month
was paid Ireslily imported foreign-er-t.
lie said it' the King signed the
revised treaty pressed on 'him, the
independence of the country would
be gone. The men of any country
are going to the bad il they have
not patriotism. Vole the sliaighl
ticket and the life of the land is
Mr. I). M. Crowley icinnrked on
the point raised by the previous
speaker reminding the position occu
pied by native graduates of the pub
lic schools, lie bad recently wit
nessed a very interesting exhibition
at Laliaiiialuua Semiuaiy, but with
mingled feelings as he thought of
those bright boy-, having to make
their way iu lile with a line in hand.
If there was anything cruel in life
it was to raise false hopes in the
breasts of young boys, lie asked
Mr. Jlaldwiu next day what those
boys were going to do, with
scores of clever youth wanting
employment. With the hick of
manufactures in this country
theie was little to engage the skiil
and talent of Hawaiian youth.
Thcv were left to the resoit of be
ing lawyers, but surely there were
enough lawyers in the country
(laughter). They have to begin
teaching school at S2." a mouth, and
how can the Hoard of Education ex
pect good woik at such a pi ice? If
the young native goes on a planta
tion he is confronted by two fori ign
races who dnvc him out. While
that mass meeting was being held
the other night when there were so
few people present (laughter)
there was a Japanese .steamer com
ing into the harbor with another
thousand of Japanese. How could
the graduates of Lahainaluna stand
up against snchjiordes of Asiatics?
And how is it that this Japanese
question lias never been thought
worth while mentioning by the (!ov
erninent party? They tell us they
arc going to be so liberal with edu
cation, but nothing about what our
children are going to do when they
are educated. Il was no use m him
bringing up his boy to his own busi
ness, for he was certain to lie
swamped by Chinese and Japanese
competition. About all the Re
form l'arty busied themselves with
was how to get rid of the country.
When the Irish Parliament was
going to vote itself out of existence
Lord Castlerengh boasted ho had a
country to sell, but all these people
seemed to boast of was that they
had a country to give away. (Laugh
ter and applause.) Mr. Crowley
closed amid cheers with the advice
that the voters should keep sober all
Mr. Lucas made some remarks on
the dilllcult conditions of voting un
der the new election law. lie would
be happy to meet them any day or
evening to explain the process of
voting. These obstacles to free
voting were not honestly intended.
The meeting then adjourned,
cheering for the candidates.
Cliailes llansmaun, a machinist in
the foundry, left bis bouse at six
o'clock Sunday evening with a uixor
in his hand. As he had been acting
strangely ever since his wife died
on the steamer Mokolii a few weeks
ago, his fi lends were made very
anxious by his disappearance. Their
fcais weie realized when Ilnns
manu's dead body was luonglit to
the Police .Station about two o'clock
this afternoon. It had been found
about half a mile from shore, off the
Knkanko beach, by some native buy.
who were fishing. The ailery on
llansmaun's left iirm was cut open.
Coroner Crcighton has summoned
the following named jury to hold an
inquest: I. W. McDonald, .1.
Welsh, Peter (Jninn, II. lliowii, II,
M. Dow, and llcrn'iisoil. The nn
fiirtiinatu man loaves young son.
Mil. M. (loidbeig furulMlied chilli
lug for the chipwreeked I lowl.mil
JAXHAKY H, ISW.
1?ANS of Tallinn,- Miiriinc-lti nntl
JL II iwilt, -mil it lot nt Cinict,, rhi'lN,
1'nrtiN, Club., Kputtro, Mr, Inr vile v
the Utile Ire CiiMiln'I'iirlors J',1 !!i
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Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF THIS TNITKI) STATISS
ALEX- J. CARTWRICHT,
Oeneral Agent for the Hawaiian Maude.
Shipping k Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION' & IXSL'ItANOlS AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
I'I .A.N'I'A'I'IO.N SUI'IM.I 11.1-!.
CarppiitPin', Hliicl:ninitlis', MtieliiuiHlh' V l'limibeih' Tnrl.t,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Ivilchi'ii Uteiisiiti, I'-iinlx, OiN,
Bldkfl's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox a GIb'js, & Remtngton Sewlug Machines,
Dr. Jape & Sons Family Medicines.
VISIT OUR STORE AND GET YOUR HOLIDAY PRESENT
fIIOays $2.50 for IIys
OUIt GUAM) SILVER C3IFT SALK
On MONDAY, December 16th, 1889,
Dining thin sale every ciir-toincr inirebasinj; the amount of if'i.r.O
woilb will leceivo a li;ind.-nuie
S LVtR fm-a
('nine and examine our NEW GOODS, nud you will lind tbeui niiieb
newer nnd lower iu prices than elsewhere. It in our unalterable tletermiiin
linn to have no lecouiHO to miidi-ndine. or misrepresentation. Our advertise
ment Only reptehentB the Goodti wo oiler for tale.
Ovor 120 doz. of Ladies' Fine White Untrimmed Straw Hate.
gjST honk at our Hotel Street Window nnd see the fino display f
.Silverware Hiiitablo for tho HolidayH. f3 .
The near appioach of tho holiilnyn and overwlock of, Goods mtiLe it impe-
intive tiiat we imiku tho mo.st itidical and HWeepinp changed in our prieiv, "
anil we feel fully jtiHtilied in publicly inertine, that in tho coming week out
put iiiiih can biTiuo ailvnntages iu
Dry Goods, Millinery & Goils' Fmiflimr Goods,
Which have never been eiiualeil. H
HOSIERY ! HOSIERY ! HOSIERY ! '
!i 12 dn. I.iuliert' lliilbignn IIoe, silk clocked doz box, only $1.10 for the liox.
LndhV Onloied lhndeied llnndkerebiefh, good nuality ; 7j cIhr do.
CELLULOID GOODS. PLUSH GOODS, XMAS CARDS, AT COSL
tjlSr Our Millineiv in the h'uct line oxhibiUil In thin city.
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CIIAS. J. FISHEL,
Tho Loading- MilliiUH'.IIuiiHo.
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