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WKDNKSDAY, JAN. 22, 1800.
lt M S S Aliiini'ilii, Mor.e, 7 day mill
hours from Nan Fiauclico
Schr Kanlkeaoiill from Kami
StuirdR ISMiop from Koolau
Schr Knalukat from Kauai
tfehr Rainbow fiom Ewa
.Inn UL- ' "
Schr Wahnalu, Wehbarlh. forl'aiiiiiim'H
Selu l.avlnla for Ewa
VESSELS LEAVING TU-MORROW.
Am likt K X Castle, lliilili.iri, for Kan
FrancNeo at 1 p in
.Stmr Iwalatit for l.ahalni anil llama-
kua ar 10 u in
Schr Kiiwallanl for Koolan
From San Franebco, per SS Alameda,
.luii 2:2 Hen F Allanlt. A C Hradlew
Oodfrey Himvii,-!) F Dillimdiaiu. wife
anil 'X children, lion -M 1 Dcady ami
wife, It II Feylgusuii, A Oronlnger ami
wlfo. H.I (irlflFlb, It It lllml ami wife,
Col I) X Hodge, It M Lombard, W F
MeKwan. Thus Meh'nv, V A Meh'nv,
Miss Marie .vlclville. Win II Xolan. (,'iil
.1 O Paine, A A Pond, II 0 House, Mm
Ruue, Mrs Savage, Herman Schulta;,
.James C .Slaher, .1 1 Spencer, It A
Wilson, Ira lllshop ami 1 1 steel hl;, anil
.Mi cablu and II! steerage In transit.
Tor Alan , p.'r stmr l.tko'lke, Jan 'XI
lion .1 U Kawalnnl, C IJolle, Mr Ewr
I'll, ami 'JlUlcck.
I'nr ICaiial, per Mnu-Mikahala, Jan 'XI
.Mi--1 von. Holt, (icii .1 r' It .MnMitill.
Mrs J Kaklna, lii'V Father Leonine, Mi
(iraulirrg. Mrs .Manila, C I. Hoffgaaid,
iMr (ilflatil ami whe, li llallcy. E
ICopkc, V Kuud-en, MrsX llipa and 10
I'n on Kona, Kan and Lahaina, pi'r
stint- W d Hall, Jan 21 From Volcano:
Mrs lleiupalh and Miss K C Roans,
From way pons: Daniel Logan, Dr A
A Moniltz, Alls-OS Martin (It), Col Sain
Norrls, Julian Monsarrat, J X Kual
uiokii, C X Kaialki, I Lee, Iti-v S II
l).ivi, JH Jones, M Ooiivelra and f7
The (steamer W 0 Hall brought 2,771
bill's siifjur, 2C0 bags awa,81 bags coftee,
2:t licad cattle, and 1117 packages miii-drit-j.
The bark Merom is discharging coal
at the Fort street wharf.
The schooner Walmalu leaves this
e onlng for Fanning'." Island.
The S S Alameda sailed from Ran
Francisco Jan 15th. Discharged pilot
ut ::!() u m. btopped for Honolulu pilot
.Ian 22d at 10:110 a in, 7 days 2 hours.
First two days stiong wind W to N W
with heavy swell, theneo wind E S E to
.S S E, misty and rainy weather. De
tention of steamer at San Francisco was
caused liy delay of Atlantic steamer:!.1...
days and rail ton hours. The Alameda
sails for the Colonies at midnight.
Xuw Y'k, Jan 4 Norwegian hark
Faust for Honolulu.
Bremen Sailed Dec 'XS, German bark
San Frauclco Arrived Jan i, bktne
S Wilder, 10 days Honolulu, in,
bktne Discovery, 17 days Honolulu.
Karly Saturday evening rain began
to fall heavily. Soon the roads were
in a condition fearful to contem
plate. Wailulcu mud stieketh closer
than a mortgage, and the pedestrian
carries off a cross section of Ueform
roadway at every step. A pitchy
dark night fell on the scene, and it
was decided to postpone the National
Reform Party's meeting till Febru
As, however, over a hundred peo
ple had gathered in the skating rlnlc,
after postponement was announced
the candidate from Honolulu, who
was going homo on Monday night,
seized the opportunity to address
those present. Mr. W. White of
Lahaina kindly consented to inter
pret his remarks into Hawaiinn, do
ing that service so ably that the
natives cheered overy point to the
echo. The meeting was very order
ly. A few Government olllcials kept
moving about between the benches
and the door, but the rest of the
meeting being seated compactly in
front of the platform were not dis
turbed by these tactics.
The speaker dealt with the non
resident canvass started against Mr.
Uergcr and himself, and ia tho points
made on this question was enthusi
astically endorsed by the audience,
lie also sketched the remarkably
rapid growth of the Workingmcn's
l'arty, and showed how its union
with .the native organization was
calculated to rostoro race harmony
without the sacrifice of any principles
of progress or prosperity. Tho gen
esis of the platform and the sincerity
with which it was promulgated were
' demonstrated. Mr. Haldwin's suc
cessful interference with the election,
'Jaw in its last stages, liy which the
secrecy ol tho ballot was consider
ably neutralized so as to retain a
degree of control by employer's of
their workingmcn's votes, was a
surprising revelation to most of
those present. The speaker received
oloso attention ami hearty applnnse
from beginuing to end, Hpeiiking
about an hour when the meeting
broke up under the previous notice
PACIFIC CABLE RUMOR.
The Chronicle of the loth says :
Information lias been received
from London "to the effect that a
syndicate composed of Americans
and Helgians has been formed to lay
a submarine cable from San Fian
cisco to Samoa. The information
has not been verified, and its con
firmation or denial will be awaited
with considerable anxiety by itier
, chants of this oily.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A hamx.i: lioifc is oH'ured for Mile.
'I'm: liifwrnkn r lioimil to be set
St:i: addition to list uf k'1h for
.s.ilo liy Mr. Mnigan on Satuiihiy.
Tin: 1. I. S. N. Co. announce a di
viilunit of!:! n shaie ii.iyatiUi at llii'ir
l'liitsr.it .1. II. Sutton has our thanks
fir San Kuineiaeo papers, iuioit of
the Alameda voyage, anil other fa
vow. Si'OAit at tin' latest in New Yoik
was fi.tiO- per cwl. !MJ lord icpit
renting n dmp since last previous ad
vices. Tin: following pasMMigois are hook
ed to leavt! to-niglit by (lie Alameda
for tho (.'ninnies: (ion Turner. J
Marks, I) It Nichols, M A illael: uiid
wife, V M Clark and company.
Mit. V. A. MeKaiy, postmaster at
Wiiiluku, returned by the Alameda
from a protracted visit to tlie Coast.
His place lias been tilled veiy alis-
faetniilv in his absence by Mr. J. M.
. - . -
Mu. Lewis J. l.ovey icceived a let
ter fiom I). E. Ilaiidiiiaun the trage
dian, by tin? Alameda to-day, ntl'ering
to bring a company of fifteen to Ho
nolulu if Mtfliciciit inducement is
Tnr.tn: was a picnic on boaid the
S. S. Alameda ycsteiday evening,
when sheep beideis danced Ihe
"sailors' hornpipe" and a .Scutch leel
tj tho music of tlie bagpipes, deftly
Jitimi: Wallace ii San Francisco
has decided that the Sugar Trust is
unlawful, and that in joining it the
Anioiieaii Sugar Kelinery Co. has
forfeited its charter. .The company
A Salvation army man with a
bluo blanket, and a decorated cap
lande'd here from thii Alameda this
forenoon anil "down went MeOinly,"
or rather MoCinty was down on him
in an instant.
Tin: steamer brings the news, that
Mr. James Allison, an extensively
known theatrical manager, is dead.
Ho died tlneo days after unteiing
into a three years' contract with Mr.
Frank Clark, now heie.
TliK baikenlino Ella, when leaving
San Fiancisco on the 11th for Malm
kona, fouled the rigging of the luirk
cntino Hauler, carrying away the
hitter's foretopgallant mast. The
Ella was undamaged and proceeded
A wao who arrived by llio steamer
this morning said that the people of
the Pacific Coast bad become web
footed thioiigb tho constant rains;
but when be was told that be would
have a chance to dry up here be
turned away souowlul.
Tin: San Francisco Chronicle of
the (Slli inst. devotes nearly a column
to Mr. Dillingham's irrigation pro
ject. Mr. Dillingham is accompan
ied back to Honolulu by Mr. Allanlt,
ono of the engineers who lately made
a lcpoiton tin; colonization lauds.
Captain Morso is accompanied by
his wife this trip. The Captain, who
is veiy sick, left his room last night
for the first time since leaving San
Francisco. It is expected, however,
that lluoiigh the tender nursing of
Mis. Morse, the Captain will soon re
cover bis wonted health and spirits.
Wur.N the S. S. Alameda touched
the dock this morning several ladies,
with baskets of roses and largo
bouquets, boanled the steamer and
captured Mrs. J. H. Sutton, wife of
tho purser of tho steamer. Mrs. Sut
ton is on her way to Sydney wheie
shu will jemain over one tiip of the
Alameda, when she will return and
vibit her numcious Honolulu friends.
Two families of theCbiarini circus
troupo, which performed hero not
long ago, left the company at San
Francisco, where the show was a
failure, and are passengers by the
Alameda. Chiarini, with the re
mainder of the troupe, Cousins being
among Hieni, has gone to Mexico,
while the two families, above refeircd
to, are on their way to th Colonics
with a show of their own.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Chinese fireworks' on Esplanade,
Oahu Lodge No. 1, K. of P.,
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of P.,
Drill Co. C Honolulu' Killcs,
Services at Central Union church,
at 7: SO.
Service at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7: !!0.
Meetings of Inspectors of F.lec
lion, for registration of voters.
A LITTLE STEAMER COMINC.
Tlie San Francisco Chronicle of
Jan. loth has the following item:
'Mrs. Matson, wife of Captain
Matson, who left here recently in
command of the brig Lurliuc, was
put ashore at San Diego on account
of sickness. The brig had tlie little
steamer Alice in tow, and bollt were
bound for the Hawaiian Islands.
Mrs. Matson Iiasreturnedjtt) thiacily,
and saj;s that when two days out the
sea was so heavy that tho Lutiine
wasobliged to part her hawser and
let go the Alice. The Alice had two
men aboard, but was well stocked
with provisions and coal and little
fear is felt for her arrival at I Io
JL lor U the.
enU iui month
PAPER lo sulncrlbe
'Daily llulluliii," M)
UMMoim BRAND-:- EXHIBITION-
Situ 'wcfacrt, Jitii. , jivf S.
The F.ast Uiver It-dlway Company
has linen itieorporaled, with a capi
tal nf tl, )()(), 00(1, to construct a
tunnel between New Yuik and
'Brooklyn, in which a gravitation
railway will be operated.
Senator Sherman's lulj to declare
trusts unlawful will be reported fa
vorably by the finance committee.
The House ways and means com
mittee is taking testimony of manu
facturers to gain light on the tririfl
Calvin S. Uriei1, Ihe rich Demo
cratic politician of Now York, is
fleeted l. S. Senator for Ohio, re
ceiving a majority in both branches
of the State Legislature.
lulluenza is causing much moilal
ily in Chicago and other cities.
The Legislature of Iowa is at a
deadlock, tlie Hoifc being divided
."ill on each side.
A cyclone has caused much loss
of life and property in Kenlucky.
Within ten days 1H anaichists
killed themselves in New York and
A sensation exists in England
over the newspaper announcement
that the Government will dissolve
Parliament and appeal to t hccouulry.
It is believed the Cabinet intends
thus to take advantage of the un
readiness of tlie Liberals under tlie
present register of voters, and will
besides present a popular program
me of remission ot taxes, free edu
cation and so foith.
IIIIITAIX AND I'UUTCOAL.
Student's in Lisbon and Oporto
are acting riotously.
They veiled the statues of the
old Portuguese navigators, shout ing,
"Down with England," "Down with
A howling mob of students and
others burned an English Hag at
Cinibra. The governor of Oporto
prohibited a meeting of student.') to
protest against the English demands.
The Paris papers have unanimous
ly. condemned tlie policy followed
by England in the dispute with
Portugal as a violation ot tlie Berlin
The papers of Madrid roundly
abuse England for the stand she
took in forcing Portugal to accede
to her demands relative to territory
in East Africa. The Spanish re
publicans are closely watching the
course of events in Lisbon.
The managers of the London edi
tion of the New York Herald and of
the Freeman's Journal appeared for
contcupl of Court, for publishing
cbmmcnts on the O'Shea divorce
case. The motion wasdismissed for
informality but with leave to renew
within one week.
L A. McIIugh, proprietor of the
Sligo Champion, has got four months
imprisonment without labor for pub
lishing boycotting notices.
Fred Grant, U. S. Minister, was
given a grand dinner in Vienna by
Emperor Francis Joseph, who was
mucii pleased to find that tho Ame
rican had learned to speak German.
At an imperial reception in St.
Petersburg on Hussian New Year,
Jan. Hi, the Czar is reported to
have looked strong, handsome, and
A number of officers of the Czar's
body guard have committed suicide.
They were believed to be implicated
in the assassination plot.
Emperor William predicts peace.
The King of Spain is declared out
The Pope and eight caidinals
An increase ot death? Iroin inllu
euza is reported in Paris.
The Portuguese Ministry resigned
on the l.'Hh, a new Cabinet being
formed the next day.
llt.OOnsill.il IN 1IUAZIL.
On the evening of Dec. 22 parts of
two regiments of artillery at Uio do
Janeiro mutinied.' They tore down a
Republican Hag and hoisted an old I m
perial Hag, and it required all other re
giments of cavalry, infantry and artil
lery to subdue them. They fought
till after 12 o'clock and a hundred
of the rebels were killed and wound
ed before the rest surrendered.
Prominent people were suspected
of having tampered with the soldiers,
inciting lliein to mutiny on the pre
text of poor pay. Many citizens
were arrested and a number out:
report says twenty-one were shot
by order of court-martial the follow
The members of the provisional
govcrutiicut'arc out of accord with
each other. Old Senators and sev
eral army officers arc under arrosl,
and at last accounts the court-martial
was going on.
Tuder what is called the Don
oughmoro contract, 2,000,000 hec
tares of laud, conceded to bondhold
ers by Peru, will be cut into sec
tions and colonized with Europeap
A gang of counterfeiters and
S200,0()0 jh spurious coin were cap
tured atTchiiacau, Mexico.
Stanley has been royally received
by (he Khedive of Egypt at Cairo.
The Khedive decorated him with the
Grand Cordon of tho .Mcdjidieh, a
very distinguished honor.
0 This Wednesday Evening -t
.lanitin 21sl ,t 22nd, at 7:11(1 o'clock, Iheie will be riwn
New Market Ground, Esplanade,
The (.irnnilc"! Exhibition of I'lltE WORKS ever seen in the Kingdom.
The Exhibition will consist of
Pieces Describing Enttlo Scenes, Birds, Animals, Flowers,
&c, &a, till Being Mo3t Natural & Picturesque.
The ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND
1) i ( Ciiclc
gjBF Doom open at 7 o'clock,
termiualo at 'J:!!0 o'clock.
gjtF" Tickets can be obtained at
Foil and Ouct1!! sheets.
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LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
FiTiiiii English mill America! Ury-miil Fancy Goads,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
FULL LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS
A DIVIDEND of Three (SII) Dollars
pur share will bo paid lo the
shareholders of I ho Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., on TllI'RSDAY, the
L:trd lust., at their ollleo on Queen
street. .1. EN"A,
Secretary I. I. S. X. (Jo.
Honolulu, .lau. 'XX, 181)0. 4.VJ .".I
ADDLE Ilor.-e, well
lirnKcn anil soiiml
in all icJiiiK'ts.
-f-i'- 0. PEACOCK.
A SITUATION us Sugar Cleik or
Night Watchman at a mill, or a
place as Luna on u good phiutMioii.
Has expeiii'iici! and can fiiuikh gond
rofei eiii'i!. Call or uddrcax "M. K." P.."
'JU'M.KI IN Olllcc. , 1.17 If
AdOOD Pasture at, Watklki, torn
limited number of horses, at rea
Bonahlu lutes. Apply to
151 1 m W. II. ALDItlCll.
- C HOWS. 7 mouths old:
'5- -Are O rYoiiiur 'PiiiiJ. 1
llionlli old. I'rlce f'M
each lor the tlrsl lot, :t
for .'J5 at 2 month:) old. Apply ut once.
W It SKA I,.
..V lw P.O. Hx No. .' Til.
rr ROOM Cottage ai ICapa
i'J lama, near l.llihn hi i eel
iStatlou of TrainwavsCo' I'm-
lime leecntly painted and papeicd
ihioiighout. Rent modeiate. Apply
Or lo.l.F lliowu, lloM'imneni Smey
Fiom I'iii )
will be ia ATTENDANCE !
Exhibition to eoninieiico at 7 :!!0 and
(be olllcc of Lewis J. -Levey, coiner of
LOOK III NO CO.
27 - 80
A Fair will ho given by Ihe Catholic
L'uliii' llcnovolt'iit Sosicly on
Thursday, January 30, 1890,
ADMIKHION, s U.-.fiMltH
Its. OSltORN'E m now piepaud to
1VL give iiihliiiclluns in Fancy Work
ut "The Alliiigton," Room 0. Clas
Li'moiih: Mondays, W'ciliicMliiys and
Fililiiya Private lessons by "special
arrangement. Stumping mid onlors
promptly atlimled to. !!() if
NEW ZEALAND MULLET
V"IIY use canned salmon when New
T T Zuilunil Mullet, pronounced by
coiuioiisuiiis to he vastly superior, is
ohtniiiahh'Y Wholcsiilc. aireulh are
J. E. 1IROWX & CO.,
157 lw Mcicliaul Direct.
NOTICE lo SUIPI'tiltS.
101! the more kutislartory ai'coiiiine.
X datioii of our patrons we heg to
suggest to them I lml in eases wheie
iliuya are icqiiiied for shipping goods
to oiit-e,oiiig sii'iiiuers and funsters, or
ia any ease wheie ii'ijuiied, nt 1 o'clock
tdiarii ol the day, tlmv will liud that tiy
liugiiig up .Mutual Telephone No. 'Jill,
liutweeii 13)15 mid 1U:5 in the noon
Iioiii that iMr. Ilewill will he theie in
peison lo nceive nil eiders, ami our
fi lends will thereby sir illy tacililaiit
hiiohii'Hi lo the belter satisfaction ot all
Views of the
Tlie Eipiitabli! shows llgures equal to those of the national baluiieu
sheets of some very respectable-sixed Stales.-- The Insuranee World of
Tlie Equitable Life Assurance Society is a colossal institution. It Is
unique in its position and maiveloiis in it - record. It occupies the hl",heit
place among kindred Institutions. The liNh Insurance Uanking and
It Is no iim; disguising the fact that tlie Equitable holds a remarkable
(million among the Insurance ollices of the H'oild. It does a larger busi
ness, Holds a larger vurpltis and givei a better contract than any other
company. Leamington Spa Courier.
Willi the pitiful system of state insurance in Germany compare what
is done by some of the gieat private Assurance C'ouipanici, by the greatest
of them all, for instance, the Equitable Lile Assurance Society of the i'ulted
Sl'ile-.. -Dublin Lyceum.
Tlie largest of Amrriean Life Olllees and therefore the largest in the
World W tin1 Equitable Life Assurance Society of the l. S. fl'airplay of
The olllcc that has done the moL in promoting safe and liberal Life
Insiiiance is the Equitable Life Assurance Society of t In l. S. Loudon
Society. ' ', t '
New business in IHs'.l 17.",000,0d0 (ill
Income for lKNil :i(),000,(IOO 00
Surplus 22, .100, 000 00
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
fleneral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
or the l'. S. .Tan-1 -Shi
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
-A NEW INVOICE OF-
Classware & Cutlery,. Just at Hand;
(ialv.inicd Fence Wiie, I'lack Steel Fence Wire, (ialvani.ed Staples,
Rlack Staples, Special Quality Fence Staples.
NEW GOODS ! -u er NEW GOODS !
In nil lines by late anivals. Agents for
Itiihlxu' Ciiirdcii Hose, Wire Bound Hobo, Steam Hone,
or vmtv bi'pkhioii qi'auty.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., (LV),
11. F. Du.MNniiAM, .1. ( Si'i:.vrnii, F. L. Wi.ntkii,
jaii-(-!IO President. Manager it Secretary. Treasuier.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Uleusils, Paints, Oil-., Varnishes, Lamp (loods and
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugal!!,
Wilcox & Gibbs, & KemiDglou Sewiog 'Machines, .
Dr. Javne & Sons Family Medicines.
E. It. Hi'.Minv, PiushleuttVi Miiuager. John Ena, Vice-President.
(tODi'iicr IlitowN, Seeieiarv iV : Treasurer. Ci:i;il. llnowv, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opjin. NprcekplN lttinU, : Fort Ntroot, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, --Glassware',
Chandeliers, Eleetoliora, Lamps it Lamp Fixtures,
Paints, Oils A Varnishes, Lard Oil, Cylinder Oil,
Powder, Shot A Caps, Maehinedoaded Cartridges, Chamberlain's Patent ;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING-:-GOODS,
Silver Plated Ware, Table X- Pocket' Cutlery,
Plows Planters' Steel Hoes, and other Agiiiudlural Implements,
Hail's Patent "Duplet" l)e Stouk for Pipe Holt CiittingQ
.Manila iV. Sisal Rope, Rubber Hose,
Who .'Hound Rubber lloic, Spinctergrip; ffj ' Q CftTfll )li
sprinklers A- Sprinkler Suutds, ' i I Ji.t!i i j Vf
iVta-HJIN'X'e lTOlt it
Duioii .Ms'tallie Caitriilge Co., .
I J ' llaitnmn'ri Stco'l Wiin Fence .t' H'loel Wiie MatlJTT I
J "Ni-w PiociWRope;" "'0 U J t
Win. II. I'i-.bei's Wioiigbt .Steel Ranges, NenlV Caniage Paints,
(laic Citv Stone Filters, "" '
"New Procesh" TwiM Diills,
imvi!!)-S! Hail's Patent "Duplex" Din Stocks.
Macbinisls' .t Plmubein' Tools"
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