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DAJ1.Y BUMiKTINs HONOLULU, II. I., JAXUAWY 115, UKHI.
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THURSDAY, JAN. 10, 1H!)0.
, ,. ARRIVALS.
Si mr C R IINhop from Kool.ui
Stuir.l A f'luiimlin fiiiiii Knolan
Stiur iilni.uialo fioni .Muni mill Molii-
Sclir Knalcknl from Knitaf
Sclir l'u Mo! for Hawaii
Sclir Katilkcnimll for ICnnal
Sclir Kul.unami for Hawaii
VESSELS LEAVINS TO-MORROW.
Slinr U H Itifliop for Wnlanae, W.ilalua
and Koolmi ut !) u in
Stmr Hawaii for Haiii.ikuau p m
Stiiir Kiiiau for Hllo and way pnrN ut
' p in
llitw S S Australia. Ilnudlette, for
San Francisco at noon
Sclir I.cilil for Kima
DAVIS-At Honolulu, .Ian II, WlUi.itu
I.) limn lalr, ajji il '0, a native of
I&rMlchlgati papers please ooiiy."
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
I'amoki: is atlvcitifcil.
TiikY. M.C. A
holilh it k inontlily
Hawaiian Social Club meets
e cuius al I lie Ai ion liall.
TiikS. S. AuMialia Miils at 12
noon to-iuouow for San Franc'iM'o.
Voiciih in the
liist dHiiet will
second precinct of
find a notice ckc-
Mit. SI. Goldberg iirovcs, h a sink
ing illusti.ilioii in this issue, that the
ll.iltiniort! (draw lint is away on top.
Mails close pel S. S. Australia to
morrow lis follow: regiMeicd letters
and parcels post, 10 u. in.; lclleisanil
papain, 11 a. in.
A oiiANi) exhibition of l'ncwoiks is
advcitised to take place on the Kv
planado on Tuesday mid Wednesday
evening!) of next week.
As old resident's death is announ
ced Hint of William Lyman Davis,
father-in-law of Messrs. Abiahani
Fernandez and Wm. McUurn. '
Four largo adveitising photograph
frames aio displayed in fiont of
Mo.sNts. W. 13. hwin & Co.'s otliees,
attracting the attention of many
Tub editor of the Adveiliscr made
a hip out round the Hiar buoy yes
t"iday evening in hi.s new canoe,
pioviiig it to be the kind of boat for
these watcis very fast under bail.
Fou the use of bad languago,Kona
was sentenced to pay $3 costs, in the
1'olice Court to-day. Ono case of
diunkcnncas brought the usual pen
alty of $0. Several cues were re
manded. The Iloilon Specialty Co. appear
next to tho last time at tho Hawaiian
Opera House to-night. They will pre
sent a cliange'of progi.unmo and no
doubt give a liist-class evening's
Jin. George Lucas has got the con
tiact for Mr. W. 11. Chilton's new
building at $0,515. The other tend
'eis weie: Walker A Redward, $7,
M7; K. n. Thomas, $7,100; Fied.
Han ibon, $7,-128.
Hon. and Mrs. .fames I. Dowsett
have issued invitations for the mar
riage re'eeption of their daughter,
Miss Annie Kahawalu, and Mr. Rob
eit B. Brenham,on Thinsday even
ing, 2nd inst., at eight o'clock. The
marriage ceremony Will tak place
in St. Andrew's Cathedral at seven
A meeting of the National Reform
Parly was to have been held in the
Waikiki chinch last night, but being
unable to get into that building the
meeting was held at the Brighton
bath-house. There" was a large at
tendance and speeches weio made
by Messrs. Bush, Phillips, Lucas,
Nowlein and Ciabbe. It was Mr.
Phillips' maiden campaign speech
and he did well.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Co. A Honolulu Rillcs,
Boston Specialty Co., Opera
House, at 8.
Regular monthly meeting ,of Y.
M. C. A. at 7 :!$().
Honolulu Chapter No. 1 R. A.
M. at 7 :!)).
Special meeting Lodge I.e l'rogrcs,
A. V. & A. M., at 7::i0.
Hawaiian Social Club, Arion hall,
Sldnnor & Co. vs. Hawaiian Government,-
assumpsit, is on trial be
fore Judge McOully and a foreign
Judge Bickerton at Chambers, on
the petition of Mrs. Caroline Hol
ster, appointed Louis T. Valentine
administrator of the estute of Abra
ham S. Bolster deceased intestate,
Under 55,000 bond. C. Crciglitoit
for petitioner; V. V. Ashford for
The same Justice granted the
petition of J. l' Ilackfcld, guardian
of tho minor children of .1. C. Pllu
gcr, deceased, ordering that license
to sell real estate of the wards be
jssued to tho guardian under $1,000
bond. V. M. Hatch for petitioner
the lalloi in person.
I'm' the Nomination of OainllilulCH
I'm' 'ulili" lor IhIiuhI ol'Oiilin.
Tliu chairman announced noinlnu-
lions for Nobles as next in order,
and appointed W. A. Kinney, .1. 1
Morgan, Thus. J. King, and W. II.
lloogs as tellers, lie called on llio
spokesmen of the difl'eienl delega
tions to present, the choice ol llielr
Mr. Seltiinian suggosted
opporluiiity be given each
lion lo hold a caucus. His
had no ticket prepared.
Tlie chairman said that four of
the districts had lists of candidates
for nomination ready. He also said
thai when the names were all in,
they would be printed for conveni
ence in balloting.
Mr. von Holt moved and Mr. Olc
son seconded, that the votes of dis
tricts he read out when given. The
motion being put was dcelaied lost.
An aggregate of eighteen names
was presented by the delegations.
Messrs. T. J. King and S. Mahe
lona seveially asked to have their
names left oil', an Ihey could nol
While the convention awaited the
receipt ol printed ballots, on Hip
suggestion of the chait, speeches on
candidates were made Hie order.
Mr. Kaaukni was Hie llrst
speaker, and dealt with Hie geneial
affairs of the country. This parly
had planted good seed two yeais
ago, and its present duty was to go
round and plant now seed where Hie.
old seed had not come up. He
thought the chairman had given
good advice when he told them to
work tor the good of all, fiom the
man on the throne to the humble
laborer. The Opposition was like a
man who went down to Bird Island,
and came back to tell tliem to throw
their birds away, as they could get
plenty of birds down on that island.
But they should hold on to the birds
they had now, and let those on Bird
Island alone. The Opposition pro
mised many benefits to the King and
everybody else, but it was all only
wind. They should look at the two
parlies and they would see that
those composing "the Reform Party
were those who were here building
up the country and would lay their
bones with those of the Hawaiians.
(Applause). In 1887 he -was asked
to run and he had an idea of run
ning for Noble or Representative
ever since. Seeing the country in
danger he was willing to cast aside
his personal feelings and work for
the good of the counCry. He stood
ready to support the platform adopt
Mr. R. J. Grccno said he would
speak on the general situation.
Many prominent officials and army
men in 1801 cast their lot with the
Southern cause to get good govern
ment; They fought as only brave
men could fight and in the end found
good government where Ihey left it
under the Stars and Stripes (ap
plauso). A lieutenant gave the
answer to the prevailing question of
thu time, that, "there is. but one
side," and he stayed with that side,
and his name Gen. W. S. Ilnn
cock thrills every American heart.
The speaker referred to the lament
able condition in which the country
was two and a half years ago, and
as they saw the good work done on
all hands by tho men then entrusted
with power, lie could olily say,
"Gentlemen, there is only one
side!" (Applause.) If a political
party had organized in the South
after the war, composed of rebel
generals and Northern copperheads,
and put a ticket in the field, what
would have been thought by the na
tion? Some would have said it was
an immense joke, a majority would
have said it was a downright insult
to the 2,750,000 men who had gone
Into the fight for the defense of the
old flag. Only one thing would
have been required to cap the cli
max, and that would have been for
that party to have styled themselves,
"The National Reform Party."
(Laughter and applause.)
The ballots having now been re
ceived the convention proceeded to
ballot for candidates. The chair
man showed on the blackboard how
ballots should be marked.
Nominations were made on the
first ballot, the required nine candi
dates receiving a majority of all the
votes cast, as follows:
S. M. Kaaukai H
W. C. Wilder 10
M. P. Robinson M
R. Lishman M
K. S. Cunha "-l
W. O. Smith , a:i
J. I. Powsctt ill
B. 1 Dillingham 2!l
R. J. Greene 28
A. Voung... , . .., 21
R. Halstead 18
V. Wilhelm 17
J. Kmmeluth 8
K. I). Tenney fl
K. G. Schuman . , , i
I). Paul Iscnbcrg 2
Tho nine successful nominees be
ing announced, ballots were taken
to decide the terms for which the
candidates should sit, if elected,
with the following result:
W. C. Wilder (40) )
M. P. Robinson (22) ) C years.
W. O. Smith (22) ;
J. I. Dowsctt (20)
R. Lishman (28) V l yours
R. .7 Greene
B. K. Dillingham
K. S. Cunha
S. M. Kaaukai
Hon. II. Waterhouse moved, sec
onded by Mr. J. II. Fisher, and it
was resolved, that thu nominations
be made unanimous.
A new central couinillteo was
then, by instruction of the conven
tion, appointed by the chairman, a i
District 1 A. Blown, K. S.
Cunha, V. Harrison. District 2 II.
von Holt, W. O. Smith, W. II.
Hoogs. District :J V. K. Allen,
J. Asch,.I. W. McDonald. District
I L. C. Able, .1. II. Fisher, G. W.
Smith. District o II. S. Town
send, Ch'as. Hammer, I. 1). Iaea.
Mr. von Holt moved a olc of
thanks to the chairman, secretary,
Interpreter and tellers, which was
eairied by acclamation.
The chairman congratulated the
convention on Hie conclusion of its
.peaceful labors. It had been una
nimous and haimouioiis thioiigliout.
lie never saw one more ordeily.
Mr. von Holt announced that the
old central committee would be glad
to meet the new one Thursday even
ing at the olllce of Hon. W. ().
Smith to turn over the business.
The convention then adjourned.
DECLARATION OF FOUNDRY MEN.
Inasmuch as a rumor to the con
traiy is circulated, w:e the under
signed employees of the Honolulu
Iron Works Co. whereby wish lo
state thai in the event of Mr. Ale.
Young having been put forward ns a
candidate for Noble for the Island
of Oaliu, he would have had oui
unanimous support and vote.
WinO Alw atcr
Hai rv Wlcko
S V Hanslev
N K Lelpp
William II inner
II S Wood
T A Buuies
11 (J Kei.l
II. 'Ill V Hell
J K r.llillmiil
I A Rudy
' 11.1 ii fin ii n
A K MeCloy
W N Kaiiaiionno
T M Uhikou
W C Iloe
W A ICalal
A K Pala
W M Aiiono
H 13 Cook
Thos Rose win nc
John K Olllllhui
Ch:u les Croler
S K Kafiakaokai
Olelo ' .
J .1 HiiL'hf)
: K Hao
A OOOI) Pasture at Waikiki, for a
limileil number of lior.sej. al rea.
W. H. ALDUICH.
MRS. OSHORNK is now prcpircd to
give iiiHtriiutinns in Fancy Work
at "The Arlington," Boom 6. Class
LcsBons: iMomliiys, Wednesdays and
Fridays. Private lessons by "tpuciul
arrangement. Stamping and orders
promptly attended to. 450 tf
1)i:itSOXS holding dralls of Mes-rs.
W. Ileilit'it I'm vis tt Co. cm the
uudi'ihlgili'd dated prior to ami includ
ing September ;i(), lBtt'.l, ate requested
to pics. ut them for pavment without
delay. K. A. hCIIA'KFRR A ( O.
Honolulu, Jan. 1.1, 181)0. .r,:i In
Iiiiiuire at llri,
NEW ZEALAND MULLET
IN one pound Una, U a deliniry that
is becoming very popular. The
bole iiiR-iits are
BROWN & CO.,
BY a Muldlu Aued Man of exneriffiiro,
energy uud jiusli, a position a
accountant, sulcBiuaii oi innuager, in a
mercantile Iiouko, or would buy an Jr.
tcreat in an cHtahlislicd biisinoss, city oi
country, llufuronces given. Enquire,
at this ofllce. 4!iU lm
Notice of Hearing by Commissioner of
Boundaries for 1st Judicial
OX application of S.imuel M. Damon,
I will nettle the BoumlariiM ot the
Kibhury, at Kulllii, Oaliu, known as tho
"Kal o Kallawa," at the l'ollco Comt
Hoom, in Honolulu, oa TUK8DAY.
Jim. 'JI, 1600, at 1 o'clock v. .; and all
parties Interested in Bald matter are
hereby noillled lo attend at said lime
Commissioner of Uouwliiriea for 1st
Ifoiinlulii, Jan. i:t lf!l0. 451 lw
Ou Tuesday & Wednesday Evenings,
.laiiusuj 2lsi ,v 22nd. at 7 HO o'clock, Ibcie will be giwn
New Market Ground, Esplanade,
The (iiiinde.st Inhibition of FIIJK WORKS ever .seen in the Kingdom
The Exhibition will coiibist of
Piocea Doocribing' Battle Scones, Birds, Animals, Flowcra,
&c , &c, all Being Most Natural & Picturesque.
The ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND
Hi ecu Ciicle
Doors open at 7 o'clock,
termiualo at U:30 o'clock.
tJtT Tickets can be oblained at
Fort and Queen (streets.
This Space is Reserved
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
egan & Gunsrnsr
.Mulitoi'ny IloJc. IVo. 7 I.'")et Hlreet,
1 M FORTE US OF
French, Eoglish nnfl American Dry ai Fancy Ms,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
FULL LINK OF HOLIDAY GOODS
Kid Gloves, Diiiinond Dye Black lose in BibM & Flail.
i ,i. i.r.vr.r,
.Vwlc . 3Poli"fmii
(Uow it was J
Oil ! A1A.9JA !
The llouse convulsed with lauglilei.
Tliu gruati'Bt hucccbs ever achieved by
any combination thai lias lm-i lsilid
FRANK M. CLARK'S
Boston Specialty Co.
Only 2 More Performances
OUR NEXT ENTERTAINMENT!
Thursday Evening, Jan. 16th
lOTAnntlicr Complete- Cliange."Xftl
Atk n I'ollccinHiil (by rerimt.)
lleiiH'inber we nail on Saturday for
t Hi'.iti can now lie sicuied nt L .1.
Lcvey'B. To prevent disappointment
eill curly. '111 2i
election or orrroEits.
AT llio annual nici'thiK of the Moek
liolili'is of (he Kllauca huar Co.
In-Ill in llouohtlii, on the llth .lauuaiy,
IKlli), the following ollleer went ic
elected for the eiuienl year.
It. A. Macllo Fresldi'iit
JC. A. Maelle.Jr Vlee-l'iesldent
S. M. Danion Tieasiuer
G. W. .Mai'failane Auditor
,l:i lit Sit. Kit uie.i Buji'ir Co,
will be in ATTENDANCE !
Inhibition to commence at 7::50 and
the olllce of Lewis J. Levey, coinci of
liOOK III NO CO.
27 - S'.l
Steamship Comp y
Vim SAN FKANOIHCO,
The Al Steamship
Will have Honolulu for the above
poi l on
Friday, Jan. 1790
For Fi eight tir I'ARsiibc, apply tn
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., ArcuU.
OUHE lo rent at No III
llcri'tiiuiu sliui't, ba
m fort ami Nuuaiiu
Btrects. Apply "III Herotanla Klrcet."
FOK SALE or LEASE
rpili: I.ai;e Cottafje with 5
a. rooms anil ont-tiiuiiiint;
on I'linchhnulMit'Ct. iiiauka
ot (lie .Moiiiioii Cliiuch, lately ni'inplcd
by Mr. Max Lckait. Apply to
Utr.t II. llACKFKLDXCO.
rr ItOOM Cott.ifje at Kapa
fj lama, near l.lhh.i wtitvt
Station of TrainxMiXN ( !n C.-
tiiRi! iL'cently iminu'il and papeicil
tluoiiLiliout. lV'nl iiioderato, Apply
to A. J. OAimVKIGHT,
Or to J.F.ltrown, Giiveinuii'iitSuney
Olllce, l.V.J i'y
Views of the
The ICiiiitabli' diow-t lljjure efiial to thne of the lutlnnal bal.tnce
.heels of some eiy renpi'ulalile-'.i.L'il Slatos. The Insurance World of
The Knuitable Life Assurance Society is a coloal institution. It is
unique in its position and univelous in its leconl. It occupies thu highest
place among kindred iiiiUtutiuns. f'l'hi; Irish Iiiuranpc llanklni; a'llil
It is no use (llsjiuising the fact that the Lqiiitable holds a remarkable
position among the Iuaiiranee ollices of thu Woiltl. It does a larger busi
ness, holds u larger surplus anil given a belter contract than any other
company. fLuiuniiiglon Spa Courier.
With tho pitiful system of -state insuiaiice in (iermany compare what
is ilonc by some of the great piivale Assurance Companies, by Hie greateit
of them all, for instance, the Kipiitable Life Assurance Snciet y of the United
States. Dublin Lu'ciiin.
The largest of American Lite Ollices and therefore the liugest in the
World is the Kqiiilahie Life Assurance Society of the l'. S. f Fait play of
The olllce that has done the most 'in promoting safe and liberal LifiT'4
Insurance is Hie Kquitable Life Assurance Society of the I1. S. London
New business iu KSil 17.,000,00(j OU
Income for lSS'.t
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
CJenctal Agent or the Hawaiian Islands, Kquilablc Lite Assurance Society
of the U. H. Jan-l-'.M)
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
-A NEW INVOICE OF-
Claesware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
(lalvanied Fence Wire, Hlack Steel Fence Wire, (Salvanized Stiiplc.-,
lilack Staples, Special ljuality Fence Staples.
NEW GOODS ! 1 tar NEW GOODS !
In all lines by late ariival.s. Agents for
ltuhhcr Gulden IIoho, AViro IJoniul Hose, Steam Hose,
or vkiiy aui'inuoK quality.
PACIFIC HAKDWARK CO., (L'n1),
It. F. Dll.MNRHAM, J. 11. Sl'KNCKIl, F. L. WlNTEH,
jjn IJ-tM l're.sident. Manager k Secretary. Treasurer.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AOENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOOD&! ,
Kitchen UIi'uhIIh, I'aintH, Oils, Vurnihlit-H, Iunp Goods and
O iiiitt.l Bfereluuuliiiie.
Wake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, Sl Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines,
g. ju.m i-L-u-mixjxm .
T.. IMIlKximr, President X Manager. John Kna, Vice-Pivldeut. '
(lOUFKKr IlitowN, Secretary ATieasuicr. Ckcil IJkow.v, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opitu. HiirockolH' llank, : Fori Ntreet. Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IJT
Hardware, -:- Crockery, --Glassware,
Ohandeliern, Electoliors, Lamps it Lamp Fixtures,
Paints, Oils fc Varnishes, Lard Oil, Cylinder Oil,
Powder, Shot it Caps, Machine-loaded Cartridges, Chamhni l.iin'a Patent ;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING-:- GOODS,
Silver Plated Waro, Tablo & Pocket Cutlery,
Plows, Planters' Steel Hoes, and other Agtioultural Implements,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !-.
Hart's Patont "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipo & Bolt Cutting,
Manila L Sisal Hope, Rubber Hose,
Wire Bound Rubber Hoo, Spincter-giipj y)
Sprinklers &. Sprinkler Stands,
AGKNTHFOit . jjJTfAW
Union Metallic Cartridge Co.,
Haj-tnian's Sleel Wire Fencn At Steel WiroMats,
"New Proeoss" Rope,
Win. G. Fibhoi's WrouRlit Sleel Ranges, - ' Neal'aTCarriat'IilrainisT!
Gate City Stone Fillets, -' " -
.vt ... ii ii rn.. .i i!ii .
'!', .100,0110 01)
.Machiniath' t IMtitnbeiA' Tik.Ih,
i . I MrTZBCBB!Sm
iinrfih i wua wrm Vu4)
Han's Patent "Ditple.v" Din Stock.