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FRIDAY, JAN, 15, 1892.
T , ARRIVALS
tjtinr Waiale.ile from Iluuiakua
fctinrl.lkcHku ltom llum.ikiia
Stun- W G flail from Maul am) Hawaii
, , DEPARTURES.
It M S Monowai, Uarov, for the Colonies
Btmr .las Mnkee for Kauai nt4 p m
Stun- Kaala for Waiauae and Walalua at
C p in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Steainci- Waialeale 2621 bags sugar.
From Hainakua, per stinr Waialeale,
.Tan 15 L and E Horner and 38 deck.
.For San Francisco, pur K M S S Ala
nieilu, .Tan 14 Mis Kelsey, h 11 Deo and
ife, G F Fanning nnd wife, Capt A
Huntley and wife, 11 U Mnlfutn and wife,
.T K Miller and wife. 40 In sleerugc, in
cluding !) seamen of tlie burnt whaling
bark John P West, and C8 pas".engeis in
For Yokohama, per 8 S Yamashiro
Mam. .Jan 11 Dr Win Hamnioml, wife
.and child, Kev J Okabo, Mis M Seya,
and 10!) returned Japanese laborers.
The steamer Alameda sailed for San
Francisco yestei day, with 140 balea of
wool, 21 boxes of betel leaves ami 1620
bunches of bananas from this port.
Domestic value 811,134.
'i'ho barkentine Mary Winkelman is
sixteen days out from San Fiancisco for
The steamer W G Hall arrived this
The barkentines S G Wilder, Inngaid
jind 1'lantei and bark Oylon aio docked
In a bunch at the Custom House wharf.
The hehooner Robert Lewers was the
jecipientof on additional consignment
of sugar to-day. She will probably
leave for San Fiancisco early next week.
The bin k John bniith will soon finish
dlschaigiug her caigo of coal.
i'Lh meet you at tlio Brunswick.
O. J. McCakthy 1ms lots on Liliha
eticct for wile. 3-tf
BurroN Holes nuido to order at No.
4. Garden Lane. 1107 tf
Tub Brunswick uro the only Billiard
Puilors in town. 0 tf
Cofi'kk and Douglinutf tlio best in
town you got at "TJio Elito." 7-lw
AiTiut bhaving uso Oueumbor Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.. Agents.
AV. C Wildku is announced as in
dependent candidate for tlio first dis
trict. Yoiincj co.icoanut treeb uro ofl'ered
for sale at tho Old riantation, King
SiiNiiuiiN rolioved at onco by Ou
eumbor Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
W. C. Peacock will act for O. A.
Peacock during the lattcr'a absence
from tho Kingdom, holding full power
Gi:t your boots and fhoos niiulo
and repaired by tho old Wailuku
shoemaker, h, ToCnnies, on East
Hotel stieet. First-olaas woik, low
Jojin F, Ashworth, barber, King
atjVpt, projpjbpp a imiph npeded con
yoniouce, vi., hot and cold water
baths, for the small consideration of
N. S. Sacub citlb the attention of
the ladies in this paper to u superb
stock of dress goods now open at tho
Popular Millinoiy House. Ho has an
other important announcement for a
later date, as ho has reserved one of
his routed spaces for that purpose.
Two columns of Hub issuo are taken
up with mi advertisement of salo of
lauds of His lato Majesty Kulakiiua's
t'btato, for tho purpobo of paying the
debts of said estate, to bo hold at the
salesroom of Jas. F. Morgan, auction
eer, on Saturday tho 30th day of Jan
uary. This is ouo of the largest Bales
held for a long time, and will doubt
U'ss attiact much attention of real es
HORSFORD'S AGIO PHOSPHATE
Mvdeycu ludljieMtiou, l)Hieila,eie.
HAY 1. 1
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Oiii.vbsb Now Year's will fall on Jan
uary 2!)th this year.
TiiHiiMOMKTKu this morning 5G3 .
Baiomcter to-duy, 1 p. m 25) 70.
Tin: Greenwicli time signal went off
ten seconds ahead of tinio" this noon.
Diamond Head Station, 3 o'clock:
Weather clear; wind, light southwest.
Jiidok S. II. Dole will hold tho Cir
cuit Court tenn at Nawiliwili, Kauai,
Tin: contract for dredging tho bar
has not been 'awarded us yet. It is
Seamen of tho whaling bark Jno.
P. West left on tho S. S. Alameda for
San Francisco yesterday.
Paut of tho Enterprise Mill works
were subineiged in water the past two
thiys. The water is being bailed out
Til Kin: will be a prayer meeting at
the Y. M. C. A. hall this evening.
Subject: "Faithfulness." Hebrews,
The Cabinet and Justices of the
Supremo Court have commissioned
Mr. G. W. A. Hapai, District and Police
Justice of Hilo.
The S. S. Al.uneda resumed her
voyage about 4:30 o'clock yesterday
afternoon for San Francisco. Tlio
band played her off.
Mk. Enoch Johnson, barrister, has
been commissioned Police Juslicu for
Ewa and Wuianuo. Tho position has
been vacant some time.
The "Owl Maids" will give their
leapyear dance this evening at the
Myrtle Boat Club house, for which
invitations have been issued.
The Wilder and Intcr-lBland Co.'s
steamers still run regardless of the
McKinbjy Bill, "Bill" Hammond,
"Barefooted Bill," quarterly bills or
any other bill.
Passknokus on the steamer Ala
meda report that as the steamer was
leaving Auckland three volcanic erup
tions were aeon to tako place. The
scene was a brilliant one.
The trinj of Jno. Brown charged
with criminally appropriating certain
moneys is still on to-day. ' Tlip case
has occupied two'days but will proba
bly terminato this evening.
A hack driven by a Chinaman
mysteriously disappeared this morn
ing on King stjeet, between the
bridge and tho Soap Works, It will"
probably bo found at the bottom of
one of the numerous holes.
An elderly native kahuna was
brought Irom Halawa, Ewa, on the
train yesterday, lie was examined
and pronounced to bo mentally
affected and was relegated to Dr.
Oliver's tender care at the Insane
Cai-tain A. Huntlpy, of tho burnt
whaler Jno. P. West, and wife were
passengers on tho steamer Alameda
for San Francisco yesterday. Mrs.
Huntley, who it will be remembered
was landed here in poor health, has
William Hammond, wife and child,
left o the S. S. Yam ishiro Maru yes
terday aftornoon for Yokohama. Peo
plo wonder whether the "doctor" will
be able to exploit fresh fields and
pastures now with his wonted craft.
Tho world has got ery narrow for
The Honolulu Arion held their
postponed annual meeting yesterday
evening, when they elected tho follow
ing officers: J. Hubash, President
(re-elected); E Wolters, Vice-President
;G.Muller, Secretary; Fritz Bow
aid, (re-elected) ; T. Tiuschlor, Libra
rian; J. J. Lecker, C. Ziegler, C
Stuhlman, business committee.
A youngster named Pulau was con
victed in the Polico Court this morn
ing forlarconyof $11.50 and sentenced
to pay a fine of $10 and bo imprisoned
one year at hard labor. Palau was
arrested on Saturday night for pilfer
ing tho money from tho drawer of a
restaurant on Hotel street. J. L.
Kuulukou for defendant noted an ap-
peui to tlio supremo Court.
IN tho case of employees of tho
North Pacific Phosphato and Fertil
izer Co. against Mr. G. B. Freeth,
manager of tho company, churning
about $500 as three months' wages at
a dollar a day, from tho closo of their
contract, Chief-Justico Judd in tho
Intermediary Court decided in favor
of tho dorondant. Plaintiffs had to
accept tho manager's drafts as ten
dered and pay costs of Court.
Editors do notllincr but an in nlmwn
and eat peanuts, it would appear,
from the extravagant idea some have
of the craft. An unknown voico in
the following well chosen words timely
remarks: "An edjtor's business is
to write editorials, grind out poetry,
sort, and rewrite communications, lis
ten to all kinds of complaints, 'offer
advice on all subjects, fiWprcsofib
ing for a ba)y wjth the colic up to
specie resumption, keep a waste bask
pt, light other peoplo's battles, lake
beans, pumpkins and groen wood,
whon he can get them, on subscrip
tion, work eighteen hours out of
twenty-four, always bo in a good hu
mor and witty, bo aliko impervious to
ilattory and censure, and bo criticised
and dumned by every nincompoop
who don't like his paper. Finally, to
wear out in service, and at last hear
the pleasing plaudit, "Tis enough;
conio up higher.'"
At their adjourned meeting this
forenoon, the bondholders of tho
Union Iron Works decided to authoi izo
the trustees to apply to the Supremo
Court for an order of foreclosure of
moitgages and the appointment of a
receiver. An application to that end
will be presented before tho Supremo
Y, V.i Wilder AnncntH til Nomi
nation Tor Itrpt-rNviitnt vi.
Mr. W. O. Wilder to-day agreed
to run for Representative of the First
Distiict of Honolulu, in compliance
with the following requisition, signed
by n hundred and twenty of the best
known residents of the District:
"To the Hon. W. C. Wildek.
"The undersigned electors of the
First District of Honolulu respect
fully petition you to become an Inde
pendent candidate for election ns
Representative to the Legislatuic
from that District."
Mr. Wilder replied in the following
letter of acceptance, in which he
slates his views on the loading issues
of the election:
"Honolulu, January 15, 1892.
"J. II. FisiiMit, Esq., and 120 other
Electors of the First District of
"Gentlemen:! beg to acknow
ledge the receipt of a petition from
you asking mo to become nn Inde
pendent candidate for election as
Representative to the Legislature
from that District.
In answer I beg to say that did 1
consult my personal wishes or inte
rests only, I should certainly say no,
but I am aware and no doubt most
of you are that very important mat
ters arc likely to come before the
next Legislature, and if you think if
elected I would better represent you
in the interests of good government,
and the future prosperity of the
country than any of the other candi
dates seeking the honor, you arc at
liberty to uso my name.
"As I shall not make any speeches
it is perhaps as well that I should
state my position on a few of the
subjects that seem at the present
time to be the most prominent.
"I am opposed to a Constitutional
Convention. I am also opposed to the
amendment passed at the last ses
sion that speks to change the qualifi
cations of voters from citizens to
subjects. While some of the amend
ments may be for tho better I think
the less tampering with the present
Constitution for the present the bet
ter. "I am in favor of any new com
mercial treaty with the United
States on such terras as wjll be a
benefit to tho future prosperity of
"As the continued and future
prosperity of this country depends
almost entirely upon the continu
ance and sjjecess of the sugar indus
try, I shall favor any and all meas
ures that will help to successfully
compete with other sugar countries.
"I am in favor of restricting Chi
nese labor in any and all cases where
they interfere with white or native
"I shall favor all measures that
tend to good government, the health
uiul prosperity of this country.
"With many thanks, I am,
"W. C. WlLDElt."
ROBERT LOUIS STEVEfjSON.
Mr. Robert Louis Stevenson, the
author of "Hyde and Jekyll," says
he will live and die in his Samoan
paradise. Jt is a veritable dream
land where the novelist lives. His
home is two miles from Apia, on the
island of Upolu ; and the site of the
house was, when he bought it, a vir
gin forest, through which the foot
nau never trod, ihe house faces on
the sea ; about it are the great leaves
of the cocoanut palm and bread fruit
trees; within, it is all that civiliza
tion can furnish to minister to crea
ture comfort;. Que who visited Stev
enson there two jnonths ago says:
"Ifa is still very thin and fragile;
his shoulders are bent, and his chest
seems hollow. But his voice is strong
and hearty, and his grasp firm. His
complexion has lost its deathly white
ness, and is now a healthy bronze.
He still wears his hair long, and his
delicate effeminate mouth is shaded
by a diooping moustache. His eyes,
too, seem to be half closed and
dreamy, and he talks with a slow,
languid drawl." He believes he has
found a safe haven from consump
tion at the island of Upolu, and hopes
to live to a rine old aire. He has no
thought or care for affairs on the
other side of the globe. If there
should be a massacre of Europeans
at Samoa because of the heavy tax"es
imposed on the natives, he has no
fear of personal injury, for he be
lieves that the natives respect and
trust him Ho may use his spare
time In writing another book. In
fact he has already a deal of manu
script ready for the printer. But he
has no desire ever to change his
loops, and with his wife and mothor
he will dream away existence amid
the ghosts with which his fancy has.
peopled his house and its sunound
lugs. Auckland paper.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
New UOOllH JUHt to Iluud.
Slack & Urownlow's Water Filters,
Scales Topsail Chains,
Upon Link Chains,
Goblets, Wines, Decanters,
Jugs, etc., etc.
Paints, Oils, Vainlshes,
House Furnishing Goods,
Minlaturo "Vistas" for mailing,
X "The Dull MiUlfetW' 6? cents
RAINFUl FdR DECEMBER, 1891.
From reportd to the weather ser
Walakeu, Hilo, IB elev 25.12 151 KO
I'cpei'kco, lOOcluv 20.S."i 138.48
Luttpahoohoe, lUeluv 10.51
Liiup.ihoclioe, 000 elev 10.72
Ookiilu, 100 elev n.u.
Paauhau, 300 elev C.0C
Uouokia, 400 elev fi.44
X. Koliala, 350 elev 4.8.1
Nlulll, a00 olov 3.27
Witlinca, 2730 elev 2.41
Kiiilua, 050 elev n.u.
lIolualoH, 1200 elev n it.
Kealakokua, 1580 elev 0.4)
Naalchii, 050eluv n.u.
I'ahala .- it.
Volcano House, 4000 elev.. N u.
Volcano Bond, 2U5 elev. . . .25.00
roholki, 10 elev 10.50
1'oholkl, 000 elev 15 31
Kpieckelsvllle, 40 elev 1.00
Kulu, 4000 elev 2.08
Walkiipu, COOeh'V 0.50
ilalcakulu Bunch, 2000 elev 3.78
Olownlu. 15 elev (HinmV nnn
0 . 75
Punaliou, 50 elev
Honolulu Town, 20 elev.. .
Kuliiokiihiui, 50 elev
Maklkl, 150 elev
ICaplolunl Paik, 10 elev... .
Mauoa. 100 elev
Million, H'd of Vul. 250 elev
Nuuiinu, 50 elev
Nuuanil, 250 elev
Xuiiaun, 405 elev
Nliuiiiiu. 735 uli'v
Kmicohc. 57 elev inn
Ahuiiniinii, 350 elev ii.03
IIoiioullulI, CO elev 0.C0
Walunae, 15 elev(llliios).. 1.00
(Colon, 200 elev n.h.
Miiknwull (Ouios) 0.0U
ICilnuea,(7sta. ae.)323 elev 8.30
Llhue, 200 elev 1.02
n.u. No Kcpmt.
Beeeied too Lite for last month's re
poi t, viz., for November.
Sriicckelsvllle, 40 elev 0.83
N. ICohala, 350 elev 130
Nlulll, 200 elev 1.12
C. J. Lyons,
In charge of Weather Service.
"Ooe Summer in Hawaii"
Is enough to convince the
average person that mosqui
toes, ants and roaches are
Regarding this we can help
Our new remedy called
"The Mosquitoes' Enemy"
will convince you that mos
quitoes are not so terrilic after
all. We advise you to try it
and be convinced.
Our "Ant Poison" if used
according to directions will
convince you that you 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 fresh.
That reminds us we have
just received a fresh lot of
Mosquito Powder that is war
ranted to bo just the thing.
All of this find more at
HOItltOiV, KKWHIN & CO.'S
INo-w Oi-nie Htoro.
For Representative !
JOHN F. ASHWOItTH'S
Price. 25 Cents.
tST A Flist-ehiss Shoe Polisher Is on
liand. 320 lw
Young Cocoanut Trees
JO- Apply at the
DURING my absence fiom the King
dom Mr, C. A. Peacock will act
for mu under full power of attorney
W. (J. PEACOCK.
Honolulu, Jan. 14, 1602. 320 3t
Betides Pictures you can find Beautifully
Decorated Porcelain Plaques, Qarnboo Easels,
Screens, "Cabinet Photo frames, Albums,
leather Piirsos, Pocket Books, etc., Christ
mas Cards, Brackets, etc., at King Bros,,
-nrTrrTT- f"Jfwi-wii- t ,r -jiTiwl -wii-i-m -- -' J 'J , -
Hffcsa.aMi- a.-MHw-- -wr..1 ' -ygyrrfr?
Tliu mulct signed having been appointed
solo agents for th Hawaiian
For the Celebrited
From the worki of
Bnrham, Parry, Williams
riillnillililn, J 'nt n.,
Are now prepmed to give estimates ami
receive orders for these engines, of
sle and style.
Ihe Baldwin Locomotive Wohks
are now uninuiuetuiliig a stylo of Loco
motive partleithuly adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of which have recently been
received at these lhuuls, and we will
have pleasuie in furnishing plantation
agents and managers with paulcular"
Thesupeiority of these Locomotives
overall other makes Is not only known
heie but Is acknowledged thioiighoul
the United States.
Win. G. IRWIN & Co., L'd,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Isla-uls
CASTLE & COOKE
Liio, Fire & Marine
Insurance Agents !
New England Mutual Life ins. Co.,
Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
OF SAN FR.ANCI8CO, CAI.IKOIINIA.
C. BREWER & CO..
LIST OF OHHICKU3 :
J. O. Cai ter President & .Manager
O. II. Robertson Tieiisiuer
E. P. Bishop Secretary
W. K Allen Audltoi
lion. C. 11. Uishop, S. O. Allen,
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook A
71 Ilotol St.
BEAVER aX SALOON
Tho Best Lunoh in Town,
Tea and Coffee at 111 Hours
The Finest Rrands of
AlWttyu on llund.
II. S. NOLTK. Proprietor.
a-j j is
81 KINO STRKKT,
G. J. WALLER, - - Manager.
Wholesale & Retail Butchers
ONK Cottage to let on
Punchbowl Mi eel. V.w
lllllll! of I.. ADI.IMf
207 tf 13 Xiiimnu St. bhmi store.
.Jf&A VVANTKU to lent a Cot
flSKjW tagc, central location,
SauBHi live or six ioomis, ue.irtiiim-
Apply to "b," nlllco of
tills I.I 1 11' I
MISS N, von GERICHTEN,
Teaches tliu Higher and Lower Rudl
liicii of .Music. I 'or fuither Illinium.
Mon liiiiuliu at roit-stiect House, oi
Hawaiian News Co.'s Stoic. Telephone
'THE WEEKLY BULLETIN-
1 columns of luteieellug reading
uumem. jhuiicu ui loieigu commies
o; ibiuuuB, ci.
Clears, M Toiiacct
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprcckels' Rank, Honolulu.
I ! MMMMNMMMMMMMatt
Dress Goods ! Dress Goods I
A 1VU, ASbOimiKNT
104 Fort fctreei, Honolulu.
Latest mm in sTrijilij Plaifl Dress Goods,
All Woo' Camelette in all Shades,
a i-i lAu l,UE OF COLORS IN
Ins Hiua Caslnrcs m Mirietta Clotlis,
Figured Chaillcs & Silk Striped Ukailles.
AN 1MJIICNSE AbSORTMKNT OF
Fancy Striped Flannels & Flannelettes.
COMK AND SKK OUR
STHIPED & PLAID WORSTED COMBINATION SUITS. TRICOT &
FINE CLOTHS FOR RIDING HABIT.
fiSr If you arc in search of Dross Materials come and examine our
immense assortment before making your purohuses elsewhere.
HOLLISTER &. CO.,
lOO Fort Street.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR THE LEADING
-NBV GOODS HV EVKKY STKAMKK. -a
c. j. McCarthy,
NKW CUMJIl.SH HI.OCK, MllltdlANT SniW.T.
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Equitable Life Assurance Society.
FIRE INSURANCE 1'LAOKD. COLLKCTlONS ATTENDED TO.
Runts Collouteil and llouseo Runted.
IM Any husinesa entriibteil to mo
1HT.0 leave to notify the public that I
huvii sinned 11 lint ulwii.tiiii u1ni
at No. 81 Klii,' Hi eel, next to Vrl;:lil a
auira-uamago liuioiv. wueio 1 wllluu
Kimi io meet my old Mends uml new
ones aUo. We make a poululiy of llM-
lutei R'l Inn ami can help all limm Iioimjs.
aovim .oiiab, uoruubiTKs.
THE KITE !
know what you want
to irct Hit husfc
valuo for the money ofton
puts one in a tight place.
To know whether an ar(i-
le is good before
there's the nib.
lint there's no rub in any
thing you buy of us parti
cularly tho 2100 Ilaviland
It is without exception the
most .serviceable china extant.
Single pieces or dozens.
CAN 1)1! FOl'Nl) AT
Builders' & General Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER BHBAK WARE,
Cuileiy & M lercJiaiiflise,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILCOX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
will receivu prompt attention.
ll - itl
It will soon bo too luto to
hoiiiI romoml) ranees to your
liiomls abroad, go io nt
onco to King Bros., on Ho-
e lOl Hiruov, mill got HOlUO OV
ti,,.i. ,,,.,,llv .....l ,,,.,. .l tilt..
Wll'itlll" Chl'ltttllUlH Cui'lltt
tor the nuvnoBo.