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Hi. 2sim. iMscu. p. m. of Iloniilnlu Observatory
time. It lH(il!ii by tliu HtiMim wlilstluof tlio
llonolnlu Hawing Mill, a few doom nbovo
tlio Custom House. Tho sumo whlstlu la
-jimmied coiii'ctly at Uouolulu menu noon.
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THURSDAY, JAN. 7, 1892.
Hark S c Allen, 2:i days from Departure
fStuirMokolil for Molokal and Lanai
Htmr Wiilalciile for Hniuakiia
Stinr Pelc for Mokaweli at 3 p in
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0KR0W.
Stinr W G Hall for Maui and Hawaii at
10 a m
For San Francisco per bktno S X Cas
tle, Jan fi L E linley and wife and Mr
The bktne S N Castle, Hubbard mas
ter, which sailed yesterday, can led
away '250 barrels molasses and 13,87!)
bugs sugar, besides several bandies of
bananas. Domestic value. $43,133.05.
The ltobert Sudden having discharg
ed her eaigo has moved out Into the
The barkeiitiue Forest Queen will
probably get away to San Franeif co to
morrow with n 'light consignment of
The steamer W G Hall will leavo to
moirow mowing for windward ports.
She will take passengers only for Laba-
The schooner Liliollho Is engaged'
iraiisierring coal to tne u a a I'cusacoia
The i hileau bark Anna Catherine, T
Suhr master. Is anchored off port.
The steamer Waialeale left for Uuma-
kua at noon to-day, and the Pelo for
Makawell at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
HOME TALENT IN ART.
Some excellent paintings by do
mestic artists arc shown in the art
department of the Pacific Hardware
Airs. Paucls of Honolulu has a
number of floral and fruit composi
tions in oil. A high order of talent
is evinced in her works. There is a
cluster of mangoes with leaves which
is superb. Others of this lady's
paintings are of roses, hibiscus, glor
janus and bauanas. All show a mas
terly knowledge of colors and their
combinations, added to fidelity to
nature in drawing.
Airs. Geo. J. Ross of Honolulu has
a group of breadfruit with glimpses
of branches and foliage. It is re
markably well drawn and colored, al
though the subject is very dilllcult
the details of the fruit being fine and
shades intricate. The same artist
has a pupaia fruit, showing it com
plete mid bisected, to which the
praise ol her breadfruit is applicable.
Mrs. Wells of Maui exhibits a bust
sketch of n native girl, in oil laid on
with u painter's knife. It has good
points in expression and freedom of
treatment. This Indy also shows sev
eral excellent floral pieces.
Mr. R. C. Barnfield contributes
soine of his delightful water colors of
the famous scenery of Kauai. His
work iB too well-known to require
description. Mr. Joo Strong, though
lost' to sight iu the South Seas, has
jiis artistic remembrancers here, to
keep liis no reputation green, iti the
forth of the jive large scenes of this
island which used to be exhibited at
tho oljlccs of the Oahu Railway and
A visit to the art gallery of tho
Pacific Hardware Co. at this lime is
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military Band
will give a public concert at Emma
.Square this evening, commencing
ai 7:30. The 'following is tho pro
Mlirelt Niiiion......'- Oeiico
Overture Taucredl Rossul
Idyl Mill In the forest,, Eifoiibeig
Selection -Pirates of Penzance, Sullivan
flu I'.ei io Lllju. Moaula. La Fidp' nut
Medley Olden Times , Ilpyer
Wnlljt Jubilee ,...,,.,.. ..route
MiijciuKa Kntro Notts,. . . ,, Kuiist
Quadrille- Muilatnu Angot. . , , .D'Albert
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
liKAUTirttL moonlight evenings this
Till! bnnd will play nt Enimii Square
HkVuiial sickly-looking Mongolians
frequent the police court room daily.
A. false signal of tliH S. S. Ynmii
shiro Maru was given this afternoon.
- Thk Mechanics' Political Protective
Union will rally this evening at Rob
Diamond Head Station, 3 o'clock
this afternoon: Charlie reports very
clear; wind, northeast.
CitiMSTMAB tree at St. Andrew's
Cathedral schoolroom this evening, to
be lighted at (:!10 o'clock.
Tim Honolulu Arion will hold their
annual meeting this evening at Arion
Hull, for election of olllenrs.
The Kaiulani Boat Club will meet
at 7:30 this evening at Honuakaha.
A full attendance is required.
The British bark Pats of Lcny nnd
the barkenline S. N. Catt'e are reported
us becalmed ofF Waianao Point.
Divorce cases will bo heard in the
upstairs N courtroom of the Supreme
Court on Fridays and Saturdays.
It is reported that the Liberal Party
and Liberal League will hold a mass
meeting at Emmu Square on Satur
day. Miniatukk "Vistas of Hawaii," busi
ness envelope size.are to be had for
10 cents at the Pacific Hardware Co.'s
Vivid Hashes of lightning began
yesterday evening at 8 o'clock from
the northeast, which continued about
W. L. Wilcox, interpreter, was un
able to attend at the Supreme Court
to-day, owing to the illness of his wife.
F. J. Testa officiated in his stead.
Mn. and Mrs. McAllister, well
known residents of this city, have
lately had a welcome addition to their
family. It is a bouncing baby boy.
The S. S. Monowai from San Fran
cisco with sixteen days' later news
and the S. S. Alameda from the Colo
nies will ho due hero next Thursday
A daily tug-of-war by tho Bulletin
newsboys ended badly today. Joo
Corrca fell and dislocated his wrist.
Ho was taken to Dr. McKibbin for
Judge Bickerton has been confined
to his house with liver complaint for
several days, but happily is reported
to-day as improving and likely to be
out in a few days.
The Native Sons of Hawaii will
bold a meeting on Saturday evening
for tho purpotc of nominating candi
dates for Nobles and Representatives
and a road board.
The Honolulu Athletic Association
will hold a special meeting this even
ing for tho consideration of a proposi
tion to amalgamate with the athletic
branch of the Y. M. C. A.
The band gave a delightful moon
light concert at Thomas Square yes
terday evening which was largely at
tended, the bright moonlight drawing
people out notwithstanding the chilly
The Scottish Thistlo Club at their
regular meeting Monday evening in
stalled their new officers and appoint
ed committees After business visit
ors were entertained, Captain McNeill
from Aberdeen ; Captain Smith from
Peterhead, Scotland, and others.
A Chinaman arrested at Ewa yes
terday for having opium in possession
was found gu lty in the Police Court
this morning and sentenced to pay a
fine of $50. Ah You, another lad of
the Flowery Kingdom, charged with
tho s ime ofieuse, stated in Court that
be only took a few puffs on account
of a slight ailment. Ho suffered the
The Chilean bark Anna Catharine,
Suhr, master, which arrived on Tues
day evening from Poit Townsend, is
roponed leaking. Men from shore
were sent for and tho pumps set go
ing, which relieved her somewhat.
She reuiuius in this port until the nec
essary repairs are completed, when
she will resuipe her voyage to her des
tination iu South America. She carries
a cargo of lumber.
JUSTICE IS LENIENT.
A native charged with indulging
in the die fa craze was brought be
fore His Honor the Police Justice
this morning to plead to the offense.
J. L. Kaulukou, appearing for de
fendant, pleaded not guilty. Three
Bcraps of paper were exhibited by
the prosecution purporting to contain
die fa riddles. Mr. Kaulukou iu
moving for the discharge of prisoner
suid that the prosecution had not
proved their case, and was told to
put on his defense. Seeing there
was no loophole for escape counsel
complimented Deputy-Marshal Mehr
teu for his good nature and generous
character, saying that be hud always
found him possessed of those quulj
ties. He hoped that should His
Honor find defendant guilty a lenient
flue would be imposed. Defendant's
counsel worked so much on tho feel
ings of the Judge and prosecuting at
torney that a fine of $9 and $1 costs
was imposed the smallest fine on
record for the offense.
THE LIBERAL PARTY.
The Liberals held a secret confab
at the Queen Street Armory yester
day evening, President .I.E. Bush pc
cupying the chaif. Spvefal speakers
severely criticised the candidates of
the Hui Kulaiaina and Mechanics'
Union and" were appaidpd. The
Liberal purty'g candidates uro us, fol
For Representatives; Ward ,
W. J J. piiminiiigs ; Ward 2, J. W.
Bipikune; Ward 8, C. Wr. Aahford;
Ward j, S. K. Aid: Ward S, Samuel
For Nobles; O. JL Maile, Capt,
Jno. Ross, A. Marques, E. JJ. Thom
as and Win, Holt.
BOARD OF HEALTH.
The Board of Health held its regular
weekly meeting yesterday afternoon.
The di)03ition of the Japanese and
Chinese immigrants expected shortly
was discussed. It was decided to
temporarily quarantine the Japanosc
at tho Immigration Depot, Kakaako,
and the Chinese at the Quaiantine
Station, as it was impossible to ac
commodate both, at the Quarantine
Tenders for supplying the Board
of Health with certain articles were
awarded ns follows:
Meat, Metropolitan Meat Market;
Lumber, Lowers & Cooke;
Bread, McChcsiiey & Sons;
Flour, Union 1'ecd Co. ;
Nails and turpentine, Pacific Hard
ware Co. ;
Salmon, II. May & Co. ;
Soap, T. Rawlins ;
White lead, Allen & Robinson ;
Salt, E. O. Hall & Son ;
Boiled oil, cement, lime, kerosene
oil, galv. iron rooting, screws and
washers, J. T. Waterhouse;
Rice, sugar and matches, 11.
Hackfeld & Co. ;
Galv. iron pipe, J. A. Hopper.
The resignation of Dr. Schultz as
Government plysician at Waianae,
was received and accepted, . to take
effect on Feb. 1st.
G. W. C. Jones, as inspector, re
ported the prevalence of disease
among swine, but said that it was
impossible to apprehend Chinese
butchers, as the' did all their butcher
ing in the night time and at different
The Board discussed the advisa
bility of concentrating and establish
ing a slaughter house for hogs. The
matter was deferred in order to get
the opinion of the Attorney-General
on the. matter whether it can be done
by authority of existing law.
Honolulu Engine Co. No. 1 had a
good attendance at its monthly meet
ing last night. Assistant Foreman
J. D. McVeigh presided. Hon. f.
R. Lucas was elected as delegate to
the Board of Representatives. Re
freshments were produced after busi
ness and a pleasant half hour en
sued. Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2 re
elected Henry Smith, who is Secre
tary of the Department, as its dele
gate. Protection Hook and Ladder Co.
spent much time discussing incon
sistencies between its laws and those
of the Department. Daniel Logan
was elected delegate. Foreman
Julius Ascji, Chief Engineer elect,
presided aud, just before closing the
meeting, gave a short farewell speech
to the company.
China F,ngine Co. No. o turned
out in full force fqr its annual elec
tion. The eyeut was the most
hotly contested in years, Hang Sam
heading a ticket to supplant the old
officers. Thp retiring executive were,
however, re-elected with the excep
tion of tbo treasurer, the majorities
being narrow in most cases, only a
single vote tipping the scale in one
instance. The officers are as fol
Foreman, Chang Kim ;
Asst. Foreman, Ho Mau ;
Second Asst., Fook Yee;
Delegate, Ho Fon ;
Secy., Lau Chong;
Trcas., G. Awana.
This evening the Board of Repre
sentatives will hold its first monthly
session of tho biennial period. The
newly-elected engineers will take
their places, but it is said a protest
will be entered against their election.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
New 4ooi1h J lint la Hand.
Slack & Brownlow's Water Filters,
Scales Topsail, Chains,
Open Link Chains;
Goblets, Wines, Decanters,
Jugs, etc., etc.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
House Furnishing Goods,
Miniature "Vistas" for mailing,
WORTHY OF A TRIAL.
If you uro troubled witli rheuma
tism or a lame back, bind on over
the scat of pain a piece of flannel
dampened with Chamberlain's Pain
Bairn. You will bo surprised at the
prompt relief it affords, 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., agents.
ONE Suit of Two RooniH
wltlt bathroom attached
and conveniently locatud. An-
ply at this office. 313 lw
BY a Young Ltidy a po8.itlo(u at gen
eral houpowork u a respectable
my. Auuress" uenerai iiotisuworK,"
j'olllce. ' 313 lw
NOTICE Is jtereby glyun tjmt Lcong
Ymnig bus 'assigned to us all Ills
Interest lt lio Wuiinu Rico Plantation,
Kanui; alio nil leases, buildings, cattle,
ricu mill mid rice Hour belonging to the
linn Bald assignment having begun
from if (tli Dcccmhor, lB'Jl. All his debts
to bu paid by him.
(MONO HING WAl CO.
Jan, 0, 1892. ilia lw
.loiiit XomlnntiniiM tiy llin MrrlinulrH'
Unliiu nml II ii I Knliiliilnn.
At a meeting of the joint commit
tee of the Mcchanica' Union and Hui
Kalaialna at Robinson's .Hall last
night the following nominations were
made for the general election:
J. A. Cummins.
J. N. S. Williams.
A. P. Peterson.
Ward 1 S. Paaluhi.
" 2 J. Kanui.
i J. Poe.
" 5 J. A. Kahoonci.
FOlt IIOAD 1IOAUD.
S C. Dwigbt.
J. K. Bowler.
These nominations are subject to
ratification by the Union and the
SUNDAY SCHOOL CHRISTMAS
The children and adult members
of the Second Congregation of St.
Andrew's Cathedral are invited to be
present at a Christmas tree in the
Stindny school room of St. Andrew's
Cathedral, given for the Sunday
school on Thursday evening, Janu
ary 7lh. The tree will be lighted at
half-past 0 o'clock. 1 3t
FOR ABUSE OF ALCOHOL
Hue llorhl'oi-cl'H Ai'iil I'lioHphnto.
Dr. W. E. Chane, Mitchell, Dak.,
says: "It has proven almost a specific
for this disoider; it checks the vomit
ing, restores the appetite, aud, at the
same time allays the fear of impend
ing dissolution, that is so common lo
MRS, FLORENCE WILLIAMS
Course of Lectures
JANUARY 6, 1892,
At Silts. SaNFOKD IS. DOLE'S
o'clock A. M.
1. Bimc, Guyon.
3, Mmc. Ie Httiel.
It, Cfeu. iinil,
.1. Geo. J2llolH -VorICH,
VI, " ' "
Subscription $3; Single Admission $i.
sins. w. f.
Honolulu Athletic Association.
rHEJtE will be a special meeting of
tills Ahsoplatlon at the Gymnasium
on THURSDAY EVENING, .Inn. 7
lf302, for the purpose of considering tho
proposition" of consolidating witli tho
Athletic Branch of the y. SI. O. A.
C. J. MCCARTHY,
305 lOt beereuiry.
'TMIE annual meeting of the Honolulu
I Arion will bo held THURSDAY
EVENING, .Ian. 7th, at Arion Hull.
Election of officers. Members are re
quested to attend.
0. A. STUHLMAN,
311 3t Secretary.
THE regular iiiiiiu.il meellnir of tho
Hawaiian Fruit it Taio Co. will bo
held at their olllco in Wiillukii, .Maul, on
FRIDAY, Feb. 12, 1802, at 10 o'clock
A.M W. H.DANIELS,
311 38t Secietary El. K. & T. Co.
UHHI parlor, i
Ileretauia street; Fine
ti House contalntiiL'
dinlnir-i ooin, two bed
rooms, bath, pantry and kitchen, stable
and servant's quarters; line yard nicely
laid out. Apply to
c. J. McCarthy,
312 tf 3f Merchant street.
rpiIE undersigned Is prepared to glvo
X Lessons In Athletic Kxeiclses nnd
the Manly Art at "two do'irs above the
Royal School, Emilia stieet, also to givo
lnsti notions at homes of pupils If de
sired. Applications received at No 87
312 lin MIKE QU1LI.IGAN.
IOR sale or to trade
for u Good Har
ness Work Elorse. Tho
Filly Is two years old
from a well-bred mare,
and has not yet been handled but Is gen
tle. For further particulars apply at
''Kapahiilu Kiirm," Waiklki, or ring up
Mutual Tel. No. 332. 312 2w
and Stables, corner of
and Eiuina Mreet, lately
occupied by George Patterson, t'ar-riage-houso,
U Stalla, Washing Stand,
Feed House, etc., suitable for one or
two hiickiucti Rental $12 pur piouUi.
Apply to G. PATTKRSON,
United Carriage Co., cor, King .vj
Fort sts. 312
rrilpSK Very Desirable and
1 Convenient 1'ieiulses
situate in Kintr street, this
city, lately occupied by tlo undersigned
as a private residence, comprising u
Duelling House of ( rooms, dliiiug
ropm and kitchen i ao btahlc, carriage
louse ami oilloiibes. rur paruciiiai
inquire on the uiciiiIkcs.
V Punchbowl street. En
quire of L.
'One Sunder iu Hawaii'
Is enough to
toes, ants and
Regarding this we can help
Our new remedy called
"The Mosquitoes' Enemy"
will convince you that mos
quitoes are not so terrific after
all. We advise you lo try it
and he convinced.
Our "Ant foison" if used
according to directions will
convince you that yon never
had any stronger than ours.
As for roaches we can give
you a hint that will make you
a regular patron at the .New
Drug Store, where everything
is new and fuksii.
That reminds us Ave have
just received a fresh lot of
Mosquito Powder that is war
ranted to be just the thing.
All of this and more at
noitito.N, m:v.hvx & CO.'S
Noav Untie ytorc
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
FURNITURE AT AUCTION!
To bo sold at Public Auction, at J AS. F.
MORGAN'S Salesroom, on or about the
ltth OV JANUARY, IS92,
The following in tides of furni
ture seized by illi-tralut for lent
I Hon Itccl.steiid,
1 Stove nml Fixtures,
1 Sowing Machine.
I Itui'iMin, Pictures,
1 Table mill riiiiii-H,
1 Lump, Oroekeryivnre.
tteds and Ucdclotlung, 1 ( lock and other
articles. J. C. CLUXEY.
ixt Friday Ernnii
WILL BE GIYEN !
B- Tickets for sale at Thrum's Book
store and Ludwlghcu t"fc Cron's.
Keserved Scats 7o.
Fine Graded and Thoroughbred
Sows; have Utteied nuco 10 to 13
nil's each. These Sows were raised on
the Kapnlmhi Farm from imported stock,
and mo hardy and thrifty. A splendid
opportunity for those who wish to im
piovo their pig stock. Also, 1 Thorough
bred Berkshire Boar of registered pedi
gree, two years old and has begotten
many Hue llttcis.
C3T Shipments to the other Islands
will be carefully attended to.
EST Mutual Telephone 352. 312 2w
Warning ami Ruwut'ri.
ALL persons urn hereby notified Unit
any poii-on found i-hooliog Kulea
or other birds without a permit on tlm
hinds known as lviikuluaeo (better
known as Mrs. 0. P. WardV), near
Kakaako, will he prosecuted for tres
pass. Ton dollars ($10) roward is oHured
to anyone who will givo information
that will lu i to the conviction of auv
person violating tho foregoing prohi
bition, CIIAS. B. WILSON,
Lessee of Shooting Right.
FOR SALE or LEASE
street presently occupied
by Sir. J. A. Kennedy, con
taining double iiurlors, lour bedroom,
diiihig-rnom, biithiooui, largo dining
room, kitchen and pantry ; Forvaut's
room, stabling, etc., oil tear of main
building. Grounds, :i(H)xlu5 feet, well
laid out. Vacant on 14th August Lot
adjoining :itx(U5 feet may be purchased
on reasonable terms,
11. 1, LILLIE,
ItiS tf Willi Theo. II. Duvles & Co.
CHOICE BREEDING STOCK
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckols' Bank, Honolulu.
An Unequalled Assortment and a Variety to Suit all Tai-tes at
104 Fort &creet, Honolulu.
HANDKERCHIEFS ! HVIM DECERCHIEFS ! A most
Complete Stock, the very latest designs and extremely Low Prices. Come
and see our assortment of White Embroidered Handkerchiefs that wc offer
for 25 cents.
FANS, FANS, 1" Great Variety, Latest Novelties; Lace and
Lissc Fans, in Black, White and Delicate Shades; Hand Painted Fans in
Black and Fancy Colors. Feather Fans.
HAND RUN BLACK LACE SCARES.
Pure Silk, extra long and wide.
Hand Satchels, Chateluines, Card Cases and Purses. A Fine Assortment
of Embroidered Pongee Drapes and Hand Painted Silk Tidies,
in Dainty and Delicate Shades. WHITE SILK EMBROIDERED WRAPS
and PURE SILK SHAWLS. Fancy Tabic Covers and Table Scarfs.
I5P If you arc in search of Holiday Goods you will do well by examin
ing our goods and prices, before making your purchases elsewhere.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes E&, Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR THE LEADING
SOT NEW GOODS BY
at Epi & Gunn s
AND EXAMINE THEIR NEW STOCK
Ribbons, Laces, Handkerchiefs, Parasols, Dress Goods, Silks,
Fans, Etc., Etc.
NEW CHOICE GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY !
We nro showing a choice lino of Ladles it Gentlemen's
(.lust the thing for a Christmas present.')
Silk Umbrellas in Ladies' & Gentlemen's.
car FINE GOODS AT LOW PRICES, -a
Gail at B. F. Ehlers & Co.'s, 99 Fort St.
FOR A FINE SELECTION
Such as TOILET CASKS, MANI0UUE SETS, COLLAR & GUFF BOXES,
GLOVE t HANDKERCHIEF BOXES, AL11UMS,
Etc., Etc., buforo tbo assortment is broken.
AND A Nl'.W IMJ'OUTATION OK
DRY & FANCY GOODS.
flay Will keep open evenings from baturday, Dec. 12th, to Chilsttnas. -a
C. J. MCCARTHY,
Ni:v Cummins' Block, Mr.iiriiA.NT Stukct,
REAL ESTATE BROKER
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED.
Any business (intrusted to me will iccuivo prompt attention. JgCJ
I 11 KG leave to notify the public that I
have started a hoiu phoe !ng shot)
at No. SI King street, next lo Wright &
Sons' carriage factory, where 1 will bo
glad to meet my old friends mid new
ones aUo Wo make a specialty of lht
clans hoi'eo shoeing. Wu w.tiraut to stop
Interfering and can help all lamu horses.
tlOl lin U1IAS. KOniLISlTES.
Christmas is a thing of the
past to-dny, nnd among other
things our merchants found
lots of 1. O. U.'s in their
Most people owe something
as a result of the holidays,
but you owe it lo yourself
particularly that you buy
where you can get the best
for the least money. Tn the
matter of all kinds of Hard
ware, Silverware and Goods,
usually and unusually, sold
in hardware stores, wo think
our place answers the require
ments of everyone.
EVERY STEAMER. -558
COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
and Houses Runted.
It Will HOOII tit) too ltltO to
Hwml rumeinl) ranees to your
frioiulH abroad. So go at
onco to King Bros., on Ho
itolstrutit, and got Homo of
j thoir pretty ami novel "Ha
i wa'iait" OliriHtmau Cards-
l'oi the purpose.