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FRIDAY, JAN. 17, 18110.
Mini" iImx Makce (nun Knpaa
Mini' Kuala fliim 'nl;ili:ic
Am lil.tnc V II llhuiiiid, Ihcvt, II il:iy
troiti Sun I'YniirlM'o
! I'lir t.:iiii1u fiom Eusi
Schr Kn Mol for Ilnwnit
Minrt! It dollop lor ':ti:ni:ic, Wahihui
anil Kooliiu at !i ii in
SI mr Hawaii for I ltitn:ikii:i f p m
Minr Klnmi for llllo mill way ports :it
'J p in
Ihnv S S Aiwlraliii. Hoiiillciie, for
Sail l'lMiicNi'ii :it noon
Sclir l.cahl for Koim
Sinir Knnlii foi-Kiihuku
Si'lir Kaalnkut for H'aiaiino
VESSELS IFAVIHJ TO-MOllHOV.
Aim lik Matl'di. SwciniIii. for foil
It.M S Alameda, Vnise. for tin Coin
nil"' Fiom San Francisco, per btune V II
Iimond, Jan 18-( Wilson. L.toluisnit.
It Itnllcy, Mrs II Miller, ami Ml M
I'or Maui anil lliuvall, per .-tint- Ivi
naii. .Ian l.s-Kor ok'aiio: Mr. Ciuiuly.
Kor wav port--: Daniel l.ngiui. 'I' It
Jli'vwintli,.! II Mnliv, .1 i: Milk-r. lr
Weddick. U Akau. It llrowu, II I'
Jtowos, ,T K Smith, It Ilailcy. Ml" 1.
I'ofkcti. Ml s Kanial, Mr lt.liti!mrr.
It I) Wnlbrlilao, Mr Hun-hanll.
Kor San Kr:ilii'ioo, per S S Au-lra'ia,
.Ian 17 Mr W K McMlllcr anil ilault
Iit, V 'V Siwut, Clia Uursou, .) Doli
liliiS V V Allen, 1IW Wallace, 1 I)
ltlee. 0 W Toole, CS II l'nrker, Kear
Admiral 1. A Klmlieilv, l.ieut Merrtiitn,
J It Hunter, It II Aloore. Al (Jreuii. A
lliini, MI- Jl Kollcv, t! Sliarer, It .1
Ajcni'W. wlfo ami iiialil. Mr It C C.onil.
1' C.lonetaml wire, Airs I' K Smith ami
(1.1111,'liter, A K .Vayeramlll iu-leer:iy;e.
The steamer Hawaii arrived Wednes
day afternoon from Huwaii. All her
machinery whs landed safely although
the lauding; was done In stormy weather.
Klin landed 10!t head of cat tie at Knlau
papa from Kiiwalhae.
The American haikentlne W II Di
niond, Captain K. I' Drew, arrlvee early
thir moriiiiiK, havinj; made one of the
smartest trips yet accomplished for a
lonj; time. 11 days from San Francisco.
The weather all'the way was favorable.
Tliu Dlinond brings a very large. us-oi t
Tho teamsblp Australia took to San
Francisco this noon 11,:HW bags sugar.
Minting rice, 100 bags coffee, ".IM'J
bunches baniuins, 1,7-1: skins, l.fi'.K)
bides, and .several packages Miiidilcs.
The. forel.n value wrs 810,4(W..1(), ami
domestic, value, S122,iriS.:t7.
NATIONAL REFORM IN WARD 2.
Pauoa Church was crowded last
evening with voters of Ward 2 re
siding near the church. A large
number of Portuguese voters were
iresont and were addressed by Mr.
Marques. The speakers included
Hon. J. K. Bush, Messrs. Marques,
Crowley, Crabbe, Wilcox, Bowler,
and Stone. The remarks of Mr.
Crnbbc were a very 'interesting
sketch of the origin and progress of
Constitutional Government as wit
nessed by himself. Much sympathy
was expressed for tho candidate,
Air. W. II. Cummings, who, owing
to his recent bereavement, was ab
sent. A RIFLE DISPUTE.
KniTOit Bui.i.etiS: Kindly insert
a few lines in your valuable paper,
i-i reply to a certain letter, issued in
1 tic Hawaiian Gazette, of the 7th
i ist., from a Kohala correspondent,
signed, alias, a member of tho
Kohala Uilles Association, in which
he understates facts, by represent
ing that tho Niulii Kifle Association
had borrowed outside members to
contest for the District Gold Aledal
on New Year's Day last.
It is emphatically denied that
there ever was an organized club at
the Kohala Plantation as averred;
but in reality, four gentlemen from
that locality were at sundry times
introducedand duly elected as mem
bers of the Niulii lvifle Association ;
and who, for convenience- sake, erect
ed a target of their own.
Since the Kohala Ride Association
has seen lit, on several occasions, to
elect new members into their club,
without a sign of murmuring from
anywhere, there is no reason why
the N. K. A. should not possess the
name privilege. It appears to bo a
piece of unprecedented gluttony,
where a team like tho K. II. A.'s,
essays to narrow down the N. II. A.
to one small, single plantation only,
when it retains tho undisputed privi
lege of selecting members from the
best populated section of the dis
trict, viz., four from Puchuehu
villuire. two from Union Mill and
plantation, and two from Ilnwi Alill
and Plantation, and from whatever
other section it pleases ; but squeals
ai)d alleges unfair treatment be
iuuso it cannot swallow the whole
ptdding at ono gulp.
There evidently is a great lack of
decency, where the members of a
club, instead of regarding a common
medal as a spur for friendly compe
tition, wranglo for it with a greed,
that ii on the very face paltry and
miserlv. and cannot try metal with
out settling minor differences apart
from tho public press; unless for
tho fact, that the K. . A- wished
to lluttnt its own succpss, which jt
certainly has done, with a self-praise
mid glorification, purely infantile, if
, iiqt disgustingly snobbWI). The N,
t. A. has unfortunately to compete
With a club, some of whose mem
bers appear to be confirmed, growlers,
and the sooner it dccldos to contost
with friendly competitors only, tho
hetler, ' Vkiiiias.
-.1rJ. .-. -.... -. .. .., . -.- .
LOCAL & GENERAL
I to ".I Specially f 'omjuDiy
Iti:nK.im:i: hogs km olleied fov
is olioii'il fu
Tin: Norwegian baik Kail!.! cleaicd
I'min New Ymk .Inn. !! for thi- pml.
Hit. l.o.iorV Hawaiian Cheny Cm-
ilial is for iili' liv IliillisterA: Co., Mini
lJcii(in, Smith it Co.
lr ymi want u lni'k "wk n police-
man" anil lie's mho to It'll you "King
up Wiilliu'i .lai'kon."
Tut: Supreme Coiul, in nil its tie-pailim-nte.
will bo olovd to-mormw,
on account of till' ili'iilli of Judge
Mil. CngHWoll, a pm Unit painli'rof
high reputation, iniived liy tin Au
traliii, nml i opening n -Imlio up
vt nil m in Spii'ckclc' lilnck.
Nr.AT cards containing 1 1 it- linio bi
ble of llic Oceanic Sloanndiip Com
pany's stemneis for lS'.M) can ho linil
fi 0011 1 tho IJru.r.n.v nllieo.
Tin: until despatched by I be S. S.
Auslialiii for S.in KrancKeo to-day
comprised 0127 letters, 2U.V7 papers,
nml II'.) packages parcels po-l.
Tin: Itui.i.mix is veiy much in
debted to dipt. Drew of tho lmil.cn
fine W. II. Dimoinl, nl-o to Hon
0. Irwin, fr the latct. San Fiancihco
pajieis by that vessel.
A ki'.waiiii of tf'') will bo paid by
Unit it Co. for iiifiiniuition Uiuliug
to the arrest mid conviction of the
party or parlies who luoko into their
establishment last evening.
Hoi'si:ki:i:im:iih should lend Mr. C.
Hustace's. new mlvnrlisenient. Ho
oilers a tempting bill of staples mid
luxurios, including Aunt Abbey's
lolled oats the luteal lueakfiiHl dish.
Tin: only busines:) of the Supreme
Court, this morning wa'n the case of
Henry Alana v.s. Liikanu Alalia ; pe
tition to annul marriage. V. V.
Afrhford for plaintill'; W. A. Kinney
In the J'olico Court this morning,
Mole (w) was lined $18.10 for iibwinlt
and battery on Hooknno (v). V:i
liino (k.), disturbing tho quiet of the
night, !r(i. A case of diunkcnne.sH
wiif let oil" with a reprimand.
Tub Klite Ice Cream Parlors were
cnteied by ojie of the side windows
last night. The robber cleaned all
the cash, about .$8, out of tho till, and
carried oil .soveral boxes of cigars.
There is suspicion as to tho culprit.
Ouu San Francisco correspondent
writes: "It is reported at Washing-
Ion that His hxcellcncy II. A. r.
Carter will leave that city in May,
resigning his ministerial position,
and returning to the Islands" for
.Iudok Preston, of the Supremo
Court, breathed bis last at a few min
utes to 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Tho judge bad been indisposed for
some time, and for a few days past
bad been con lined to bis bouse. Last
night symptoms presented lliem
.selves which created anxiety in the
minds of bis medical adviser ami
friends. To-day, as above stated, bo
succumbed, and is now no more. A
brief sketch of the late judge's his
tory will appear later.
Tun popularity or appreciation of
a piece or of a company being gov
erned to a great extent by the gal
lery, tho performance of the Hoston
Specialty Company, at the Opera
House "last night, must have been
uninfested with Hies, judging fiom
tho noiso of the gods. The house was
not drunk "but very near it" full,
and the dancing and funny sayings
of tin; artists were watched and
grasped, respectively, with enthusi
asm. The closing performance, of
tho company in this city will lake
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting Mechanics Union, at 7 :30.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Killcs,
Boston Specialty Co., Opera
House, at ft.
Service St. Andrew's; Cathedral,
Polynesian Encampment No. 1, I.
0. O. F., at 7 :a0 o'clock.
Oceanic Council No. 777 A. L. of
II. at 7:30.
Regular meeting Hawaiian Ca
mera Club, at 7:110.
DEVIL-FISH IN THE HARBOR.
The captain of the German bark
II. Ilackteld reports, after arrival
on lf th inst. in port, two of the
sailors jumped overboard for a swim,
when suddenly ono of then) was at
tacked by a devil-fish (polypus).
As the man is a good swimmer and
had pluck enough he did hs best
and succeeded in getting free of the
iish. Ho camu out of the water
mighty quick and piovcd, by show
ing three red swollen marks on his
left arm, shoulder and side, that he
had not given a false alarm.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
There will be an entertainment
under tho auspices pf the B.luc gib
bon League to-morrow evening in
the Y- M. C. A. hall, commencing
at 7:110 o'clock. Everybody wel
come, Eollowiug is the programme:
1'hino Solo Miss Lolllo rnriuelee
Heiulliiu .Mr. A. K. .MeOloy
.Mr. '1'. M. Starkey
Miss K. V. KoMon
I MNs M. O. lleekwitli
' 1 Mrs. i:. C. Damon
ltev. II. ll.llowen
DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, 11. I.,
Kmi fra arisen, Jim. Siti, )irr b'h'k
(.utinc IP. J. JJilIO)l(f.
The barkenlmo W. II. lJiinond
arrived this morning from San Kran
fiico, after a smart passage of nboul
liA day-.. She brings two days'
later news t tin.ii the steamer Aimlia
lia, the following being (he most itn
,ioi taut items;
A despatch dated ltowcn's Land
ing was poted on the Meichauts'
Exchange, San Francisco, on Hie ltd,
as follows: 'Steamer State ol Cali
fornia ; end shaft broken ; ship dis
abled. Lifeboat No. 2 arrived fcal
this place 1 1 :.'i0 a. in. and reported
ship to have broken down in latitude.
Ill)3 10' north, longitude l'.'ti3 i.V
wesl, Jind drifted southeast thirty
miles up In 8 a. in. of .lanu.it y ltd.
Send assistance as soon as possible.
All well on lioanl.'' Gundall, Per
kins & Co. at once despatched the
tugboat Vigilant to look for lln (lis
allied vessel. The Chronicle nl the
."lli reports the Stnlo of Calilornia
arrived in port at 2 :!S0 o'clock that
A despatch fiom Victoria, I'. C,
reports the Methodist missionary
steamer Glad Tidings totally lost.
It is not known whither any lives
were lot. The ves-el was valued
The American 1-niasled schooner
Douglas Dearborn is drifting bottom
up north of the Columbia River.
She was built in 1SS at Bath, -Ale.,
and sailed from Philadelphia to
make the trip around Cape Horn,
being looked upon as the pioneer
fore and aft vessel for that route.
It is feared the crew have polished.
Unusually heavy snowfalls have
occurred in Northern California. A
snowhlidc carried away four houses
at Sierra City, six lives being Inst.
There has been heavy lighting in
Formosa between Chinese ami na
tives. Prof. Murray of Glasgow Univer
sity, a brilliant scholar and author,
has taken the home-rule side.
There is a financial panic at Bue
nos Ay res, gold being at 210.
The colored convention in Charles
ton advised negroes to keep quiet,
and recommended them to leave
Barnwell county and other lawless
A vessel Hying the American Hag
has been seized by a Colombian
New evidence is reported which
it is expected will induce the Home
Secretary to recommend the. Queen
to grant Airs. Alaybrick a full and
Jackson is preparing to leave Lon
don for America to fight Sullivan.
Inlluen.a still prevails in all coun
The Nihilist leader Pierce Gross
has been arrested, and papers con
cealed in his clothes showed a plot
to assassinate the C.ar and the
whole reigning family.
Congressman Kclley of Pennsyl
vania is suffering from cancer of the
President Harrison lias decided in
favor of Secretary Windom's views
on the silver question, and a bill
will be introduced to issue ccilili
cates for silver bullion al the mark
et rate, tho certificates to serve as
The tug Monarch, going out to
look for the steamer State of Cali
fornia, sighted a half-naked man
clinging to the Bonita rocks. The
captain tried to rescue him and find
ing il impossible returned to port to
report his situation. Two reporters
of the Examiner Allen Kclley and
II. R. Haxton volunteered to go
and save the man. They engaged
the tug Sea Queen and at great risk,
Haxton swimming through Hie break
ers with a life Hue, succeeded in
their object. The man was Anto
nio Nicholas and proved to be the
only survivor of a fishing boat's
crew of live men, whose boat was
upset with the loss of the oilier four
men. A full page of the Examiner
was occupied next morning with the
account of the heroic rescue.
Premier Sagasta of Spain is find
ing creat dilliciilty in reconstructing
the Cabinet, nnd the Queen will pro
bably ask Canovas to form a Min
istry. Commander Dana, U. S. N., died
in Paris of pneumonia that began tn
Aliss Amy Shcrwin, the Austra
lian singer educated in America, has
with Sybil Anderson made a favor
able debut in Berlin.
Twenty-two nobles and others im
plicated in tlfe London scandal have
lied from England.
Tho Portuguese Alinister in Lon
don lias made amicable overtures to
the Britisli Government, which il is
believed will be accepted. There is
likely, howevor, to be further fight
ing in Africa between Portuguese
and natives who are under British
It is feared thai Ex-Emperor Dmn
Pedro's mind 13 giving way. The
republic- of Brazil is positively stat
ed to bo firmly established.' t is
denied that the jewels of the late
Empress were stolen, or the prop
orty of tho imperial family in any
way molested- -
(J;K ( REWARD will lm paid by
ipuJ Hint t!c Co. lo anyone, llml
will give information that will ennvirt
the pm ty that broke into tliu Klllo Ice
Creinn I'iirlora on Friday night, January
17. lKHO 'imit
AflOOI) Pasture at Walldki, fm n
limllcil number of homuj. al riu.
W. II. AI.DHIUH.
I Qtotjt Trnroum nil
jjuiuih i :uiui&iiiiuh
ID-s- EXHIBITION -5-0F
On Tuesday & Wednesday Evenings,
.liiiiuin.v 21-1 .t 2'Jnd, ut 7::!0
New Market Ground, Esplanade,
(Iraiidc.sl Exhibition of J-'IltH WOKKS oer scon in the Uimnloiii-
The Inhibition will consist of
PiecoB DoBcribirjg Bnttlo Scones, Birds, Animals, Flowers,
&c &a, all Being Most Natural & Picturesque.
The ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND
fjtT Doois open al
teimiualu at 0:110 o'clock
Tickets can, bo obtained at
Queen Ml cots.
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
E G AN & GUNN
niolnoi'iiy IIloolc, 1V. l''orl Ht '.
Fracl, Enslisl mil American Dry anil Fancy M
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
FULL LINE OF HOLIDAY OOODS
Kid Gloves, Hiniuil Dye Black Hose in 1M &'Plain.
Boston Specialty Co.
sail for Australia by lo.morrow'r,
HSrAnoilier Complete Cliiinn."1fi"u
l'niiu lino in fall of curium, anil snrp.m.
iiij; previous programmes.
11V Rl'l.crAI, UCl't'KHT,
ItUltNS & DONNELLY
Wit! repent their gieat nun esi
CASEY'S GOLDEN WEDDING I
Ijook out for the Prince of Coim-dinns
F. ftl. C.
With a whole bug full of Comical llii".
New Saying, :md
On Saturday Aftornoon at 2 o'clock.
t?fCJL'ncr.l Admlssi'iii 50 cents.
fjy" Heals can now bu sictircl ill i .1.
ljviiyV. To prevent disappointment
115 11 I'nipricbMH.
JANUARY 17, 1M0.
o'clock, tboio will Ii
will be in ATTENDANCE !
Inhibition to commence at 7 :!!() and
(be ollleo of Lewis .1. Levey, corner of
JiOOK IIINCJ CO.
FIXK Colt finale).
Iimiilrc at ltwi,-
"OUSB to rent al No ill
Ueictuniit street, no
i tivcen Fort ami Niiiinim
btreuts. Apply "31 llurctmilu Street."
FOR SALE or LEASE
TDK Larue. Collate with ."
rooms mid out-liiilhliitir
on Punchbowl street, maiika
of Urn Mormon Church, lately occupied
by Mr. Max Kckart. Apply to
.l.'ilS.-.t II. UACKKtil.D A. CO.
5KOO.M Cottage at Kapa
lama, near l.ibha street
Million of Tramway-. Co Col-
iceeiitly painted and papeicd
lliroiit'hoiit. Kent moderate. Apply
Or lo ,1.1'Mlrowu, (iovuriniient Mirvey
Olllee. I.Vt '-'
ELECTION of OFEIOEKS.
AT the annual meeting of the stocK
holders of tliu Kilauea Hugar Co.
held in Honolulu, on tho I lib January,
l!M, the following olllccis were ie
elected for tho cm rent year.
It. A. Maclle President
A. Maclle, jr Vice-Pies,eul
M . 1 union TrcaMii cr
W. Macfarlaue Auditor
Cation Scci clary
I .'ill lit See. Kilauea Sugar Co.
JN mm pound tins, is a delicacy that
is becoming very popular. Tho
Mile, aircnlH ant
.1. K. It HO W. , CO.,
i lw Mcielituit ttrect.
Views of the
The Euiiilnblo. shows figures equal
i sheds ol some very rcspectablo-si.ed
The Equitable Life Assurance Society is a eolomriiHlitiilion. Il is
unique in its position and mat velniis in its i coord. It occupies tin; highest
place among kindred institutions. fThc Irish Insurance Hanking ami
It is no use disguising the fact that the Equitable holds a remarkable"'
position among the Insurance olllces of the World. It does a larger biisi
noss, holds a larger surplus and give a better contract than anyother
company. r,'C!,,m',1oln" Spa Courier.
Willi the pitiful system of -.lute insurance in Gtuinany compare what
is done by some of the gi eat private Assurance Companies, by the greatest
of thein nil, for instance, the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the I'uitcil
Stale-. Dublin Lyceum.
The largest of American Life Olllces and therefore the laiget in the
World is tliu Equitable Life Assurance Society of the I'. S. j'Kairplay of
The office that has done the most in promoting safe and liberal Lift
Insurance is the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the V. S. London
New business in ISS'.I
Income for 1R8U
ALEX. J. CARTWRiCHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of llicl'. S. Jan-1-t'O
Pacific Hardware Co., L'd,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Good?,
A NEW INVOICE OF
Glassware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
CSiilviinicd Fence Wire, Ulack Stool Fence Wire, flalvaimed Stapled,
Ul.tck Staples, Special Quality Fence' Staples.
NEW GOODS ! -xes var NEW GOODS !
In all lilies by late ai rivals. Agents for
Ktihhor Garden Host), AVlro Bound Hose, Stoma HoHe,
or vr.uv Kt'i'iiuion qi'Amty.
1'ACIFIC HAKDWAKE CO., (LV),
H. F. Dii.unoiiam, .1. O..Sn:.Ncwt, F. L. Wintf.k,
jan-IJ-00 President. Manager it Secretary. Treasurer.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AttENTH,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Oaipentois', lHaekFinilbh', Maeliinii'th' A l'lnmber' Tocl,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.!
Kitclien UlensilM, I'.iinlti, O'iIk, Yainisben, Limp floods and
Gel i oi.l 3MC?i'olmnliiii..
Blake's Steam Pomps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jape & Sons Family Medicines.
II !' I'lJ
K. H.'IIknduv, President ,:. Manager.
(OiiKiicr Hitow.s, .Secretary t Tieasiirer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
OpM. SiireekclH lltink, : Fort Ntrcct, Honolulu.
IMPORTKUS and DEALERS IN
Hardware, -'.-Crockery, -:-Glassware,
CbaiulelierH, Klee.tolinrH, Lampa & Lamp Fixture,
PuiulR, Oiln it ViirnisbcH, Lanl Oil,. Cylinder Oil,
Powder, Hbot it CapH, Mnchine-loadoil Uurtridgeo, tllianibeilain'H Palenl ;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING -:- GOODS,
Silver Plated "Ware, Tablo & Tocket Cutlery,
Plows, Planterrt' Steel Iloea, and other Agricultural Implements
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hiirt'H Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe ,t Hull Culling,
Manila A. Sinai Hope, Itiibber Ilohe,
Who Uound Kubber lloso, Spiuctur-giip;
Sprinklers .v Sprinkler StamlH,
Union Metnllic Oartridgo Co.,
lliirtinun'u SKh.1! Wiro Fonco & Stool Wiro Main,
"New Pjocom" llopo,
Win.O. Fi.-lier'H Wrought Stool RungM, NohI'h Carriago raiuls,.
flate (Jitv Sionii FiltorH,
"Now Piooe.ss" TwiHt Drills,
nov-2'J-S'.l Hait'H PiiTont "Duplox" Din Sloekn,
to those of
the national bulanro
Insurance World of
i2, 500,000 Oil
John Ksa, Vice-Prcsidonl.
Ckcii. Hiiown, Auditor.