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SATURDAY, JAN. 10, 18U2.
, , ARRIVALS
Stiiirlwnlnnl from ICinint
atmr (' H Ulslion fiom Kiftiuku mid
tjtiiir l.uliim f loin lliiiiiakuu
VESSELS LEAVINC MONDAY.
atnir Jlokolll for Moloknl anil I.ntml
tfttnr Luliiiu for Nun nnil Uiikuliui
Hiii-tiio r G Irwin, McCnlloi-li, for San
Ilk Forest Qucuu, for San Franelseo
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Steamer Illsliop 100 bug ilee, 1!I0 bags
lien bran, 'MOB bags paddy and sun
dries. Stciiinur Iwalani 41:10 bags sugar.
W G Hall JS bags sugar, 30 bags awn,
188 bags coffee, l'J3 hides and 173
Steamer Likollko-8000 bags sugar.
From Maui anil Hawaii, per stnir W
O Hall, .Ian Ifi 0 A Steven, E M Mar
shall, N Y Tnompsoii, O G Jlaeoinber,
G V MeDiiiig.ill. .1 W McGuho, Dr. J V
Winler, Mrs l) Taylor, Iatie II Sher
wood, Mrs Kaiiiauaulu and child, .1 V
Kuaiinoku and child, J V Kuaiinoku, O
11 lleen, and 84 duck.
The German bark G N Wilcox for
Brisbane, Australia, from New Ybik,
arrived at Ilob:irt,-Nov 20.
The steamer Mokolii will leave on
"Monday for olokal.
Tlio Ameiio.iii sehooner E IC Wood,
T.arsen, ma.ster, sailed from Ncwcastc
on Nov. IJth, and two days later put
into Sydney leaking, the is loaded with
coal for this port.
The bark Kstella has been docked at
the I'oit fctiuet wharf wbeie she will dis
The bark John Smith has llnlshed un
MR. MARQUES REPLIES.
I am sorry to intrudo again on
your valuable space; but, if you
persist in making erroneous state
ments about me, I must persist in
claiming the right to correct them.
I shall not insist on your sudden
change, in calling the census bill,
first an "impracticable" measure,
when you thought 1 was the author
of it, and then qualifying it the very
next day a "well devised measure"
when you found out that it was not
mine. But I do wish to answer your
last asseition, viz. : Unit the Bulle
tin (in an editorial attributed at the
time to Hon. E. Macfarlane) "cor
rected Mr. Marques' misstatements a
few days later." You inadvertently
forget that the very next day after
that, you very kindly inserted for
me a complete refutation of the
Bulletin's charges, in which I offer
ed you the assistance of a well
known authority, "ICoechlin's Statis
tics of the Globe," to dispel the
clouds and ignorance of the editorial
mind; but, of course, the Bulletin
failed to avail itself of my offer, -and,
as it appears, is still impenitent.
Yours very truly with thanks,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
Slew OUllH .lllHt to IIuuil.
SJack & Brownlow's Water Filters,
Scales Topsail Chains,
ppen Link Chains,
Goblets, Wines, Decanters,
Jugs, etc., etc.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
House Furnishing Goods,
Miniature "Vistas!' for mailing,
The Royal Hawaiian Mijitary law
Will givo a public concert at Emma
Square this afternoon, commencing
tit 1 :J10. The following is the pro
.Marr)i Dudes Wagnor
Pvuriiiro Ucllsarib, . , Donizetti
Gavotte Queen's Own ,..Aillloi
Selection Keiuliilsi'uuces of Gounod
i,M..t... ...... ,...,God froy
Wiittjs TunjiiblluiiU'ii., ...... Falubnoli
Galop AUrobaten ,, ,lkoff
A FAVOIHTE REMEDY,
Chamberlain's Cough Uemcdy is a
favorite during the winter months on
account of its great succuss in the
cure of colds. Thcro ib nothing thai
will loosen a severe cold so quickly,
or as promptly relievo the lungs.
Then it counteracts any tendency to
ward pneumonia. It is pleasant and
Btifo to take, anil fully worthy of its
populutity. For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., agents.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Wi.Aim of tlio North this evening.
Mystic Lodge holds u special meet
ing this evening.
Tin: bund will play nt Emma Square
at J :!10 o'clock this afternoon.
Tiie"B1uo Sisters' " d.inuo last night
was an enjoyable one. So say all of
Baheiiali. giitno botWLcn the volun
teer lire boys this afternoon at 2:!!0
The S. S. Monowui hml not been
signaled when the Diilleiin went to
piess this afternoon.
A S1NUINO club has been formed
with Messrs. Uittiiau, Hums and Char
lock us "the onlv trio."
Captain W. Larson's trial for ns
wiult Willi a deadly weapon will bo
heard in the Police Court on Monday.
Phok. Andeuson, the "Wizard of the
North," assisted by Mile. Blanche, will
appear at the Opera House this even
ing. It is reported that Mr. Jno. Poe,
National Reform candidate for the
Fourth District, will retire from the
The stenin whaler Belvidere is lying
off and on outside to-day. She was
mistaken for the S. S. Mouowai when
Some lino specimens of oranges
grown at Honouliuli are on exhibition
in the window of the Hawaiian News
Com puny '8 store.
The National Reform Party have
established their headqiiarterh at No.
37 Meiclmiit street, adjoining C. J.
John F. Ashwouth has added hot
and cold baths to his barber shop on
King stieet, wheru all desirous of a
nice bath can be accommodated.
In the Supremo Court yesterday
Jno. Brown, charged with attempted
tobbery from the Tramways stables,
was acquitted. The case had occupied
fully two days and the verdict was re
turned by the jury at u lute hour yes
terday. A nativk named Moealdha was ar
rested yesterday charged with larceny
of UMiitof clothe.1. On trial this morn
ing in the Police Court he was found
guilty and sentenced to pay a lino of
5 and to be imprisoned at hard labor
ARE YOUR GHILDRe'n SUBJECT TO
As a preventive and cure for
croup, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
has no rival. It is, in fact, the only
remedy that can always be depended
upon and that is pleasant and safe to
take. I'lieie is not tlie least danger
in giving it to children, as it contains
no injurious substance. For sale at
50 cents per bottle by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., agents.
I'll meet you at the Brunswick.
Furnished rooms are offered for
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Lililiu
street for sale. 3-tf
Button Holes made to order at No.
1 Gulden Lane. 307 tf
The Brunswick are the only Billiard
Parlors in town. 0 tf
Coffee and Doughnuts the best in
town you get at "The Elite." 7-lw
Mystic Lodge, No. 21, will hold a
special meeting this evening.
William Miller the cabinet maker
has removed to the Arlington Block.
Aktee shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
The Miuiater of Interior calls for
sealed tenders for printing election
SuNiiuitN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Delicious coil'ee and chocolate will
bo horved every mnrninir earlv at the
Palace Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwigsen,
.f. rm.. iri,.) .,!..,. nni.r
Get your boots and shoes made
and repaired by the old Wailuku
shoemaker, L. Toonnies, on East
Hotel street. Fiist-cluss work, low
There's money in it. What? Why
in using Curbolinouni Avenuris. . At
least that is wiat the Hawaiian Hard
ware Co. clajm in their advpftispment
in another column.
The following arc the candidates
in nomination at the Interior Olllcc
for the road board of Honolulu :
J. F. Bowler, S. Mahejona, Kamu
cla C. Dwight, Apelaiiama Fernan
dez, Robert Lishman, Robert More,
Jas. 1'. Morgan, 11. von Holt, J.
Alapai, Jno. Phillips, II. F. Bertel
maiin, Jno. F. Colburu, A. B. Naone.
WORTHy Vp'A TRIAL'
If ypu arc troubled with rlieiiina
tisiu or a lauie back,' b,ind on over
the' seat of pain u piece of flannel
dampened with Chamberlain's 1'ain
Balm. You will bo surprised at the
prompt relief it affprds. 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Bun
son, Smith & Co.. acents.
Attention, Knights J
A SPECIAL meeting of Mysthi Lodge
No. u will ho held THIS (Satur
day.) KVKNIN'G ut UiiiO o'ulock sharp,
fur tho purpobo of conferring llrst ami
second ranks All Knights ipmlllU'd ure
coidhilly invited to be present,
Per order of the U. O.
A. V. OKAR,
331 It K. of R. &S,
ITHiN IS 1 1 ED IIO O Al fcf. "
A riMVO Lingo FiiruMicd Hcd
5 1 roouix and a Parlor on
ME. Nu uu mi avenue, with lioiml If
desired, Ten minutes from Post Oflico.
Apply ut this oillce. 321 at
UNION IRON WORKS.
Onli-r nf lln Huprrnir Cnni-t ioi' Ah
li.iiiiinieiil of iterolvci'.
hi the Supreme Court of Ihn Hawaii
an Islands. A. J. Ciittwright, Wil
liam F. Allen mill W. O. Smith,
pl.iiutills, vs. Tlio Union Iron Works
Co , defendants. Inequity. Before
Dole at Chambers. Cider appoint
Upon the plaintiffs' bill of com
plaint herein filed, and the plaintiffs
and defendant consenting to this
order, this Court doth hereby order
thul the said A. J. Cailwriuht, V.
F. Allen imd W. O. Smith be re
ceivers and managers on behalf of
all the bond-holders of the defendant
company, of all the property and
assets of the defendant company
comprised in or subject to the securi
ties and charge created by the bonds
issued l3' the defendant company,
the trust or mortgage deeds referred
to in the plaintiffs' bill of complaint,
and let the plaintiffs' possession of
the company's property secured un
der said trust deeds be regarded as
now held by the plaintiffs as such
receivers and let the defendant de
liver to the receivers all Its books,
vouchers, debts, equitable interests,
things in action and other effects,
and let the receivers collect, get in
and receive all debts owing to the
defendant and all other the assets,
properties or effects becoming pay
able or transferable thereto and
generally superintend and manage
the business of the defendant com
pany and cairy on and complete such
of its contracts as the icccivers
shall deem it to be for the best inter
ests of all concerned to complete,
and engage such employees and
ofllcials as shall be required there
for, and sell off and dispose of all
the trust premises and other property
and assets which shall come to the
receivers, either at public sale or by
private contract, and all together or
in lots as the receivers shall think fit,
and to wind up the business and
affairs of the defendant company
and to uppty the proceeds of such
sales and all other moneys coming to
1st. In payment of such employ
ees including the wages already ow
ing to the defendant's employees for
a period not exceeding thirty days
and also insurance on the property.
2nd. In payment of taxes now
due and owing on the defendant's
3rd. In payment of rentals which,
dating from the beginning of the
present quarter, shall become paya
ble on the leases of the defendant
4th. In payment of the costs of
court and legal expenses incurred in
these proceedings and subject to
further directions and after passing
5th. In payment of said First
Mortgage Bonds and coupons.
Cth. In payment of the moneys
secured by said second mortgage
bonds and coupons, and
7th. Paying the surplus, if an',
into this Court, and let the said re
ceivers have such other powers and
discretions as in like matters arc
properly and usually exercised by
Let the receivers from time to
time pass their accounts in this Court
as the Judge shall direct, and have
liberty to apply for directions as to
any payments to be made by them
And let an enquiry be made what
are the debts and liabilities of the
persons interested in the moneys to
come to the hands of the receivers,
after payment of the items named
in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and -1th clauses
ubove written, and for such enquiry
let the said bondholders be ascer
tained and summoned and made par
And further hearing of said Bill of
Complaint is adjourned for further
order and direction.
Liberty to apply as advised is
given to any of the parties concerned
in the premises.
Signed. Sankord B. Dole,
Justice of the Supreme Court.
Dated Jan. 10, 181)2.
THERE IS NONE BETTER.
Dr. It. L. St. John of Howland,
Putnam county, Missouri, takes es
pecial pleasure in recoinnicnding
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, be
causa ho knows it to bo reliable. He
has used it in his'praqtjce for several
years, and says therp is none better.
It is especially valuable for colds and
as a preventive and cure for croup.
This most excellent medicine is for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents.
wm. millerTcabinet maker
Having removed his business to the
Altl.IXfiTOM 1II.OUK, KOItT NT..
iiptlllcs hU patrons and the pub.
lie generally that he has
in stock, and for sale
Mnslc&l iQMrpeuts, Curios, Canes,
Etc , madu fropi native woods. Cabinet
Making and Inlaid Wpik of Every Do
fceiptou executed lu first-class gtye,
fry my Furniture Folii)), the Beit In the Vorld,
Pjirtlc'ulai attention pah) to Itepahliig
and sutlhfiiutlon guaranteed. il'-J.-liu
T'-r.'XrtmW Is hereby given
2cW I the following deser
unluuils will be sold at public auction
on 8ATUUDAY, .Ian. DO, I8D2, ut 12
o'clock noon, ut the Government Pound
ut -Muklkl :
1 Hluck Horse, smo buck, branded
shape of a bottle.
1 liny Mure with whlto spot on fore
head, all li'gs bluek and shod, branded
IfedrOwners of the ubove animals must
send in their cluluis within 10 days,
otherwise they will be sold on the date
ubove named. 1). KAOAO,
Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1BW. 821 2t
One Summer io llawaii"
Is enough to convince tlio
uvunigo person thsit mosqui
toes, ants nnd roaches ire
Regarding this ve can help
Our new remedy called
"The Mosquitoes' Enemy"
will convince you that mos
quitoes are not so terrilio after
all. We advise you lo 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 NKW and fhksii.
That reminds us we have
just received a fresh lot of
Mosquito Powder that is war
ranted to be just the thing.
All of this and more at
IIOItKOX, XKWMVN A. CO.'Ji
Now Oi'uir Store.
THOS. :R. : LUCAS,
THE LODE INDEPENDENT
CANDIDATE FOR MEMBER 0?
FOR ROAD BOARD:
JAS. P. MOKGAN.
Lone DiinlBit Ganfliaate
FOlt MEMBER OF THE
JOHN F. GOLBURN.
Price. 25 Conte.
tST A Fh-Ht-uliihS Hlmo PolUhor Is on
lmnd. HviU lv
Young Cocoanut Trees
6T Apply ut tho
320 liu Kin btrvut.
WhiMi you wsiiifc a Portrait
Enlarged call on IUn BroH.,
jot their initio lint and m;o
uaiunlcu. They can't bo buat.
I fcirv n r rnn
Is; Dtetr'ct c'f Hjno'ulu, 1st Prerluot.
NOTICE it. hfii-liy givon llmt tlio
iis)i'ctiiiH i( cnid I'rcdncl hlmll
hold four iililic moi-liugx of two
Iiiuir8 fiiL'li tiny, i-omnii'iiping at 7
ii'cloi'k in Ilii" nviMiiiiK n follows:
. On Tm-Mlny, .In ii. IS). 1S!2, nnil
Widiiutdiiy, Jan. '27, ISOiJ.iit this Gov
uriiini'iit NuiAiiy, Junction of Ivinj,'
and Waikiki slioclw.
On Tliiiinluy, Jan. 21, IS'.IS, ut the
Lonu Hr.nu'h Il.iihc, Waikiki.
On Fiidav, Jan. T2, Ifc!)!, al tlio
ICiiiiiuiliili SchiKil lliiuxe.
For tlio piirpon1 of I'linct'liilir iho
oU'Cloi'iil roll in voting li- nf tn 1'n--oiiifl
liy aililinu now iiiiiiil'! liii'ioto,
or Htnkinc oil' the iiuiiiim uf ueh
voters iif havi' ilii'djii'iiiovvil from the
1'ieeiiiei, or otherwise bct'onip dis
qualified from voting in the said I're
einet. By oilier of tlio llonrdof Inepeeturt.
E. I. Sl'ALOLVU,
Honolulu, Jan. 12, 1SU2.
3rd District of Honolulu, 1st Precinct.
NOTICE is hereby uivon that the
Inspector) of Miid 1'reeinet shall
hold four public meetings of two
hours uui'li day at the Royal School
Hiiiise, on Emiiiii street, commencing
at 7 o'clock in the oumi;, as follows":
On Monday, Jan. 18, IMI2.
On ThurMlay, Jan. 21, 1892.
On Satunlay, Jan. 211, LS!)2.
On Tuesday, Jan. 2(5, 1SSI2.
For the purpose of eoiri'otiiif,' tlio
olecljirnl mil or voting list of the
Pieeinct by adding new name there
to or striking oil' the names of such
Voters as have died, removed from the
Precinct or otherwise become diniuali
Iluil from voting in tho said Precinct.
If necessary, adjourned meetings
fh ill also bis held al the same place
not later than the 28th inst , of which
due notice will be given at tlio last
By order of the Board of Inspec
tors. W. C. SPUOUU,,
Honolulu, 11 tli Jan., 1S!12.
3rd District of Honolulu, 2nd Precinct.
jVTOTICE is hereby given that tho
-1-' Inspectors of the ad District of
1101101111(1,5(1 Pieeinct, will hold meet
ings ftt the Tax Assessor's Olliee, in
tho Kiptiiiiwii Building, Queen street,
mi the' following d.ites:
Wednesday, Jan. 20, 1S02, from 1
to 7 o'clock r. m.
Satiiidiiy, Jan. 2.1, 1802, fiom -1 to
7 o'clock i m.
Wednesday, Jan. 27, 1S92, from 4
to 7 o'clock i si.
Thursday, Jan. 28, 181)2, from 1 to
7 o'clock p. m.
For the purpose of correcting the
electoral roll or voting list of tho
above named Piccinctby adding new
names thereto,, or striking oil' the
name of such voters as have djeilj
i unloved, or otherwise become dis
qualified from voting in said Precinct.
T. U. POUT UK,
Inspectors of Election.
5th Distrct of Honolulu, 1st Precinct.
MOT1CE is hcieby given Unit the In-
spectors of said Precinct will hold
six imblic meetings of two hours each
day at the Tramways Co.'s build
ing coiner of Kaniehiimeha School
grounds, commencing at 7 o'clock in
the evening as follows:
On Monday, Jan, 18. 1892.
On Tuesday, Jan. 19, 1892.
On Wednesday. Jan. 20, 1892.
On Thursday, Jan. 21,1892.
On Monday, Jan. 25, 1892.
On Tuesday, Jan. 20, 1892. .
For the purpose of correcting the
electoral roll or voting list of the Pie
einct by adding now names thereto or
Striking oil' this names of such voters
as have died, removed fiom the dis
trict or otherwise become disquali
fied from voting in the said pieeinct.
If neceary adjourned meetings shall
also be held at the sumo place not
later Hum tho JlOlh January, 1892, of
which due notice will be given al tho
By order Of the Board of Inspectors,
M. R. COLBUHN,
Honolulu, Jan. 12, 1892. !tl!)td
Heady for tho OilJJlo in One Mliinte I
Only Milk or Water Hequlrodl
A OjmbiDatinn of Meals Untlmly New I
Malcea Mont Wboletome and Delicious OaVctl
Nothing bu't pure CHEAM OF
TARTAR and SODA Used for leaven
ing, ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT!
MITCHELL & lMSTISltSON,
Hun JruiKilHOf AuuiiIh,
Ml L't-tu tli sal
-. .V-!L1 ' ' i ''Stt'ciii
r. aac .ow. r-u i jx. i
w a ri" xk te
r&.n&, y iiv
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HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort stieet, oppo. Ppreckels Bank, Honolulu.
Dress Goods I Dress Goods !
A FULL ASSORTMENT CAN BE KOl'ND AT
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
Latest Designs in SffijilM PlaM Dress Gooils,
All Wool Game lette in all Shades,
A Fl LL LINK OF COLORS IN
Nn roiling, GbsIeto eiA HBurietta Glols,
Figured Ohnilles & Silk Striped Ohailles.
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF
Fancy Striped Flannels & Flannelettes,
COME AND SEE OUR
STRIPED & PLAID WORSTED COMBINATION SUITS, TRICOT &
FINE CLOTHS FOR RIDING HABIT.
Coy If you :irc in seuroli of Dress Materials come and examine our
liiiinciisc asborluicnt before making your purchases elsewhere.
Builders' & Gene.al Hardware,
TAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cutlery & General lerclianflise,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILCOX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
lOO Fort Street,
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR TIIlS J.EADLNG
qy NEW GOODS 11Y
c. j. McCarthy,
Ni:v Cummins' Ulock, Mkiiciiant Stukct.
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Equitable Life Assurance Society.
FIRE INSURANCE l'LAOEI). COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
ItuiiU Colloeted anil House Rented.
glST" Any biiHinesb eiitnibleil to mo will lecoivo pronnit attention, jff
NOT I (J K.
IH KG li-iivo lo notify llio nubile Unit I
have Mailed u lioue klioeln t-luni
lit No. 81 Kill; t-tieel, next to Wrlln it
tuu' cm ringo faetorv, where I will lie
glml Io nietit my olil filein( mill new
onei also, Wu uniky ii iieeliiliy of llit
fl:iK 1ioi-u hhoelii. Wo w .irrtiiit lo htop
luterferlnt; mill lum lit'lii nil Imuu lioixio.
ooi im oiias. uoTuusrrics.
U BdM H U D
A month or two tigo sonic
"Frisco" boys who were digging-
into tlio ground in tlio
neighborhood of Tulcgraph
Hill found an old iron pot
chot'k full of gold )iucL8.
Wf'vi' bui'it digging, not for
iron pots paiiieuhtrly but for
anything and everything that
has money in it for us and
you. Wo believe, we struck
it in Caubolixeum Aveka
nii;s, the liquid advertised to
preserve wood against the
ravages of bugs, ants and
EVERY STEAMER, -a
It will Hixni bo too late to
Htsiid roiuoiubraiicctj to your
IVioiids abroad. So go at
oiico to Kln BroH., on IIo
tol Hlriicl, anil got Homo of
tboir pretty ami novel "Ha
waiian" Cliriatnuia Carda
for tho imrpose.