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SATURDAY, JAN. 23, 1892.
Stnir Mokolll from Molnknl
Mtuit .Ins Mnkco from lvaual
SUnv Hawaii Irom Hainakiia
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
.Stinr 0 K bishop for Kiihukti and I'una-
lllll III u n in
Stnir James Miikco for Kiuml
.Stnir Mokolll for Moloknl and I.aual
Sehr Ku lino Hawaii for ICoolau
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stnir .las Makcu 2S00 b.isis sugar.
I'roni Kauai, per stnir Jiw Makoe, Jan
23 Col 'A a Spalding nud VA deck.
The bark ( eyloii U lecelvliig sugar to
day. The steamer Mokolll anlved eaily tills
mouilng fiom Moloknl with live stock.
The steamer .Ins Makoe brought a
small lot of sugar from Kauai.
I'm. meet vou at the Brunswick.
to attorneys is given "by
0, J. McOakthy has lots
street foi salo.
Button Holes made to order at No.
1 Gulden Lane. 307 tf
Tin: IJiunswiek are tho only Billiiud
Parlors m town. 0 tf
A nioYci.K and ti icycle arc for sale
cheap at the I X L. 327-3t
Aftxu shaving use Oucumbor Skin
Tonic. Bciuoii, Smith & Co., Agents.
Moks. B. Jules Boutin lias been ap
pointed Hawaiian Consul at Cognac,
A ci:li:iikation of Bobbie Burns'
Anniversaiy will ho held by the Scot
tish Thistle Club on Monday evening.
The Supreme Cojjit's answers to
-questions by the Cabinet on election
miittets will be found in the oljici.il
TNSi'Kcaojts of dth District, 1st pre
cinct, will hold meetings at China
engine bouse Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday, fiom 7 to 9 p. in.
A special auction sale of Japanese
plants and fruit tices will be held by
L. J. Levey at his salesroom, Wednes
day, Jan. 'SI, at 10 a. in. Boc the libt.
Ir you want to be happy join the
.Domestic Skwino Machine Ci.uii
jiiht starting at the Golden Rule
.Bazar (late A.
L. Smith's fatore).
Two adjourned meetings of Inspec
tors, 2d District, 2d precinct, will bo
held at Kauluwela school on Monday
and Tuotday evenings. Also the same
Boaid will hold u session at No. -1
.engine house this afternoon.
The Hawaiian jury will be called
at i) :30 o'clock Monday morning to
hear the case of Win. Warded,
charged with larceny in the thiicl
The mixed jury will be required
At 1 o'clock thu same day.
This morning the case of Arthur
Coyne vs. Theresa et al., was
heard before Chief Justice Jutld.
The defendants wcie defaulted on
the 21st inst., the jury waived and
the Court to assebs the damages.
The case came up this morning on
the strength of this order. The
Court allows the plaintilf $050 dam
ages with interest from Nov. 1st to
The case against Ng Monwar, of
common nuisance, bus been nol
With the hearsy co-operation of
the pastor, Dr. Bcckwith, a service
for seamen lms been planned for to
morrow evening, Jan. 2-lth. It will
be held at the Central Union Con
gregational Church at 7:30 o'clock,
and to all seamen in port a cordial
invitation is extended to be present.
It is expected that many of the crew
of the Fensacola will attend, and
they are requested to sit in a body in
the pews that will be specially as
signed them. It is, of course, un
derstood that all others will be wel
come as usual.
' FltAKK N. GltEUI.Y.
DEAD CHILD FOUND.
A kerosene can was found by a
nutlve in Hie Piinaio stream at' Wai
J;iki Friday. Thinking it contained
treasures of "dope"lliopped froin
the mysterious schooner of Adver
tiser fume, the Under took it cure
fully to his home. Opening the can
tho corpse of a Chinese baby was
brought to view. Tho baby was
newly horn and its fcatuies were per
fect. Whether the child was dead
before being put in or ulicther it wus
murdered cannot be said. The police
were notitled but bo far have failed
to unravel the mystery.
ANOTHER TRAM'cAR MISFORTUNE.
A trumcar on Nuiianu street ran
overV. Medeiros, Portuguese, today.
The lad had both hands injured and
wus quickly removed to the Queen's
Hospital for treatment. The injuries
me not considered fatal, but will ne
cessitate the loss of the greater part
bl all the poor boy's lingers. The
jlriyer, Alfred Purrpt, wus arvcsled,
and tukeu to the Station Ilpuse, but
Wus subsequently released on baf)
furnished py some of his friends.
Iis examination will take place an
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Coi,. 'A. S. Spalding, of Kuuui, is in
HANMCitAiT for January is out, n
Diamond Hi:ai, 3 o'clock, wciUhcr,
clour j wind, light southeast.
The bund gives its usual concert
this afternoon at Emma Squaio.
A UK8KKTUK of contract service was
ordered to return and pay $3 costs by
tho l'olico Justice.
Tin: insurance policy of John ltich-iiids-oii
will bo sold at auction on Mon
thly by J. F. Morgan.
A RKPOKT that tho steainer Kainii
loa was to bo Kent on n whaling expe
dition is without foundation.
l'KOT. Anderson and assistants will
appear on the boards of tho Opera
House this afternoon and evening.
"Urau-Aumikai. Kiniborly will be
retired from active service on April
2d, 1892," says thu S. F. Call of Jan. 2.
Tun lanai on thu Palace Grounds
for tho grand luau on Jan. 29 is being
renovated and got ready for the occa
sion. J. F. Morgan will hold u.i assignee's
sale of bankrupt stock at the corner
of Nuuimu and Hotel streets on Mon
day at 10 o'clock.
A Foutuouksu desertion occupied
tho whole of the forenoon session in
the Police Court to-day. It was con
tinued till moved on.
Tiik "Sculptor's Den" at the Opera
House to-night. It will be something
new to this community and should be
seen to be appreciated.
Two Chinese convicted by the lower
Court of indulging in pakapio were
acquitted by a foreign jury in the
Supreme Court yesterday.
A bkamkn's service, wiiich -jailors
from the U. S. S. Ponsaoula will at
tend, is to be held at Central Union
church to-morrow evening.
11. K. Aki & Co., doing business as
tinsmiths on Bethel street, were at
tached to-day by Mr. John Nott. The
ware of the attached company fills a
cell in thp Station lloiibo.
Anotiieii Chinaman was brought
up in the Police Court thjs niorning
for opium in possession and finod $50.
Opium lines arc becoming a daily
occurrence in the Police Court.
The steamer W. G. Hall will leave
next trip on Saturday in order to ac
commodate islaml poopje wishing to
attend the luau festivities on the an
niversary of Her Majesty's accession,
At 'I mass meeting this evening
called by the fjative Sons, Mr. B. F.
Dillingham, their nominee for candi
date in the third district, will speak.
Mr. C. W. Ashford will also he there.
Tub incoming island steamers bring
the names of candidates to the gen
eral elections. To-morrow's steamers
will conclude the influx, as tho send
ing in of names will close on Wednes
That "big mullet" reported exclu
sively in the Advortiacr as seen off
Waikiki, wus only thu reflection in
the water of a "sucker" in the person
of an Advertiser reporter, while on
an imaginary cruise after the "mys
Mn. H. W. Severance, United States
Consul-General, has been laid off duly
for a week by illness. It is hoped he
will be able to be out on Monday.
Mr. A. W. Richardson, the experi
enced V. C.-G., has taken good euro
of tho offico in his chief's absence.
A native boy was knocked down by
a white man, presumably a stranger,
on horseback yesterday. Tho man
was arrested and confessed to the act,
but said it was tluough his non
familiarity with horses and that he
was only learning to ride. Ho wub
reprimanded and discharged.
CHEMICAL ENGINE TRIAL.
The new chemical engine for the
Kulaokahua Plains was given a trial
at the foot of Richards street this
afternoon. Chief Engineer Julius
Asch und Fire Marshal Neil superin
tended the trial. Geo. Townseud at
tended to the engine and promptly
ut 3 o'clock the bonlire was started.
It was three minutes after the start,
however, before a small stream of
chemical mixture could he thrown on
the flic. The fire hud gained head
way and wus blazing furiously. The
first tank being exhausted, a stroug
stream from the second wus thrown
and nine minutes from the start the
fire was under control and smoking.
The pile wus s.till smoking, however,
at 3:15 o'clock. His Excellency C.
N. Spencer was present.
THERE IS NONE BETTER.
Dr. H. L. St. John of Ilowlnnd,
Putnatil county, Missouri, takes ' es
pecial pleasure in recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, be
pause ic knows it id be reliable. Ho
lias used it in his practico for several
years, and says thero Is nono better.
It is especially valuable for colds und
us a preventive und euro for croup.
This most excellent medicine is for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents.
An adjourned meeting of the
spectors of 1st Picciuct, 1st District
of Honolulu (comprising that portion
east of the line of Punaliou street)
will ho held ut the Government nurs
ery, Jling street, near Wuikikt road,
on Monday afternoon, Jan. 25, from
1 to 0 o'clock, for thu purpose of
registering voters, and correcting
the voting lists of said precinct.
IJmu HurHfuril'M Acid i(iHiiliatit
Dr. J. It. Forteon, Kiowa, Intl. Ter.,
paysi " I have tiieil it for constipa
tion with MiiTi'bB, and think it worthy
a thoiougb trial by the profession,"
Oo'isensus of Opinion
Against Splitting the Conserva
It Would Be Unwlso-It h Too Litn
In The Dy.
Representatives of the Hui.M'.tin
to-duy sought the opinions of promi
nent men, including leading mem
bers of the old Reform party, as to
the wisdom or unwisdom, fiom their
standpoints, of placing independent
candidates for Nobles in the field on
this Island. Below will be found the
icsultof this canvass, scarcely any
body seen objecting to the publica
tion of his views, although one or
two, for reasons given, did not wish
their names to appear:
Mil. L. A. THUIISTON.
Q. You have already expressed
yourself, Mr. Thurston, upon the
subject of running a third ticket.
Do you now see any reason to change
A. I do not. It is largely a mat
ter of opinion, but my opinion is
very decided that an Independent
ticket will not be elected ; it will
however, draw enough votes from
the National ticket to let iu as many
Liberals as there are Independents.
I proposo to vote tho National Noble
ticket straight, not because I prefer
the individual candidates to the names
proposed as independents, but be
cause I think the main issues of this
election can best be solved by concen
trating conservative forces instead of
scattering them. The attitude of the
National Noble candidates against
the Constitutional Convention and iu
favor of a Free Trade Troaty is
clear cut and definite. The reverse
attitude of the Liberals is equally
certain. These issues eclipse all
others, and the best way to defeat
tho Liberal program is to con
ooutratc on tlc opposing ticket.
The sole hope of the Liberals is a
split ticket. Every vote taken from
the National and cast for the inde
pendent candidates is half a vote
cast for the Liberals. I do not doubt
the good motives of the Independ
ents, but I do their judgment. It is
usually the good men of the com
munity who, by failure to act to
gether, keep the' opposite ilk in
HON. c. n. UISHOP.
Hon. C. R. Bishop, on being ques
tioned as to his views on the nomina
tion of an independent ticket, said
that at former elections, being Presi
dent of the Board of Education, he
had not taken an active part in elec
tion meetings, but he was not nversc
to giying his views on the question.
He answered as follows :
"I think it is too late, that it is
impolitic at this stage. It is very
likely to result, not iu the election of
the independent candidates, but of
some less desirable persons."
HON. J. O. CAIITEK.
Q. Mr. Carter, do you think it is
in the interest of good government
that independent candidates for
Nobles should now be nominated?
A. No; as I understand the situ
ation to-day, we are really two
parties. Thero is a party that seems
to be the radical party, and there is
another that seems to bo the conser
vative party. And between these
two parties wo should make a choice.
I certainly shall not vote for a imm
who will jeopardise every interest of
the country that is worth preserving.
The National Reform party ticket
may not be all that I want, but I be
lieve in getting the best men I can.
I do not think that those men, while
they may be honest in their inten
tions, are using good judgment. Let
it be a cleaucut issue between the
Radicals and the Conservatives.
Mil. FItANK liliOW'N.
Mr. Frank Brown, on being inter
rogated on the subject, replied with
a quizzical smile that showed bespoke
"Yes, I wish they would run five
hundred independent tickets, be
cause they would get Bush and Wil
cox in, and I am going to vote the
Bush ticket straight."
CHAS. M. COOKE.
Q, Mr. Cooke, I called to ask
your opinion, to go with othert, as to
the wUdom or otherwise, from your
own old party standpoint, of putting
up independent candidates for No
A. J think is ig hnnlly wise, just
at litis time, to put up any other can
didates for Nobles, because it is so
lute iu the day. I um exceedingly
sorry that whut was once known as
the Reform party hud not made a
nomination, and then mude u com
promise with tho Nutionul Reform so
that we could have had three of the
candidates for Nobles.
Mil. w. o. SMITH.
Mr. W. O. Smith, Reform candi
date for Representative of Lihue, iu
answer to the question, wrote the
"Under existing circumstances I
believe it would be injurious to the
public interests, aud exceedingly
poor policy, to put up independent
HON. W. O, IBWIN.
Mr. Irwin expressed ha views to
tie effect that' while he hud every
respect for the two gentlemen men
tioned us independent candidates, he
considered that they should have
considered the situation at an earlier
stage of the campaign, und not now
enter the lists ut the eleventh hour,
With the risk of. splitting a ticket
winch had pretly generally been
adopted ami worked for by the sup
ported of the Reform paity.
Mil. w. w. HAM..
Q. Do you think it is wise, from
your point of view, to have an inde
pendent ticket for Nobles nominated?
A. A while ago I thought it was,
and I signed u petition fur that pur
pose, but now the way things have
gone I do nol think it is. I think
sonic of the men on the National
Reform ticket are as good men as
you could get, but others I do not
like so well. I believe the National
Reform candidates are sincerely in .
favor of a fioo trade treaty and op
posed to a constitutional convention.
Mil. n. ui:nji:s.
Mr. II. Renjes spoke decisively.
The nomination of independent can
didates was "decidedly foolish. I
will vote the straight ticket."
A Fort-street merchant, who did
not desire publicity, said: "1 think
it is a shame to spring this ticket iu
at the Inst moment. 1 don't think
Mr. Hnlstcad will alluu his name to
be used. It won't do him any good."
Ouo foreign consul did not wisli
publicity owing to his position, but
said lie thought it would not be good
policy to nominate independent can
didates. In fact, he was quite de
cided that it would ho an error of
judgment nt this late hour to split
Another consular representative
thought the independent nomina
tions very unwise. There were some
very good names on the National
Reform ticket, ami the party had a
platform on the whole unobjectionable.
ST. ANDIIEW'S CATIir.imAI,.
Third Sunday after Epiphany.
Cathedral services: Holy commu
nion, G:30 a.m.; morning prayer
ami sermon 11a. in. ; evening prayer
(Hawaiian) und sermon, 3:30 p. in. ;
evening prayer and sermon at 7:30
The services of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow will be as follows: Morn
ing prayer with sermon at 9:45 a.
m. ; "To Deum," Sullivan in D
major; anthem, "I will lift up mine
eyes," Whitfield ; hymns 81 and 220.
evening prayer and sermon at 0:30
p. in. ; anthem, "How lovely are
Thy dwellings fair," by Spohr;
hymns 214 and 200. Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh, pastor. All are invited
to these services.
The Y. M. C. A. will conduct
evangelistic services iu the Bethel
hall, Bcthul street, to-night and Sun
day night. Song service begins at
i :iu p. m. beats tree, jmo collec
tion. Everyone will receive a hearty
welcome. Young men, sailors and
workingmen especially invited.
Bring a friend and enjoy the singing.
Y. M. C. A. HALL.
The Y. M. O. A. will hold gospel
praise service on Sunday at G:30
p. m. Topic: The song of praise.
Bible references: l's. 148; Ileb.
13:12-15. Meeting opcu to all. A
cordial welcome given to everybody
Low mass, G aud 7 a. in. ; high
mass, 10 a. in. ; rosarj' and catech
ism, 2 p. in.; benediction of the
most blessed Sacrament, 4 p. in.
CUNTllAI, UNION CIIL11CII.
A special service for seamen will
be held at Central Union Church to
morrow evening at 7:30. AH sailors
are cordially invited.
J. Emmeluth is a candidate for
representative iu the fifth district.
J. W. Bipikane made application
to the Minister of Interior this morn
ing to run as candidate for represent
ative in the second district. Deposit
ing a 825 fee he was regUtcred as
C. B. Mnile, II. Waterhouso und
J. N. S. Williams are the only names
on the register of candidates for
Nobles for Ouhu.
C. W. Ashford has not as yet made
application to the Minister of Interior.
John Poe is in it, so is A. Kauhi of
Ewa. The latter has no opposition
Nominations for candidates as
Representatives ami Nobles will close
on Wednesday next.
Jas. Gay of Wa'uilua will run as
National Liberal candidate for Noble
in the two year term, instead of
Capt. Ross, who takes the place of
W. licit, who retires froip the six-
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account of ita gieat succcbh in the
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or us promptly relieve tho lungs.
Then it counteracts any tendency to
ward pneumonia. It is pleasant aud
safe to take, and fully worthy of its
populaiity. For sale by all dealers.
Uenson, Smith & Co., agents.
For Mould hitfH, Frames,
PitHtolH, ArtotypeH, Plioto
gruvuroH, Etchings and
everything in the line of
pictures, go to King Bron.
ON MONDAY EVENING, 25th Inst,
ut 7 :'M o'clock nioiuiu, a Sinokiti;
ut 7 :'M o'clock nioiupt, a .Sinokliitc
be held Iu the bcottmi
Thlxtlti Club Hull. A full
of members U icuuculcd,
'One 'Summer in Hawaii"
average person that mosqui
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Kcgarding this wo can help
Our new remedy called
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Our "Ant Poison" if used
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As for roadies we can give
you a hint that will make you
a regular patron at the New
Drug Store, where everything
is new and fhksii.
That reminds us we have
.iust received a fresh lot of
Mosquito Powder that is war
ranted to be just the thing.
All ot this and more at
IIOIIUO.V, XKW.1I VX & C'O.'S
Now Druir Htoro.
THE Board of Inspectors, 2nd Dis
trict, 2nd Pieeinet, will meet al
No. 4 Engine Houto on Nuuiimi
Street, this afternoon, from 3 to !), in
stead of Kauluwela School llom-e as
11 IKIH JUNiT,
327 It Chairman.
THE Board of Inspect oro, 2nd Dis
trict, 2nd Precinct, will hold two
adjourned meetings ut Kauluwchi
School lloiibo on .Monthly and Tues
day evening, 25th and 20tli inst., from
7 to 9 o'clock. Bv order.
327 3t Chnnnan.
THE Board of Inspector, 1 tit Dis
trict, 1st Precinct, will hold 3
adjourned meetings at China Engine
HoiibC on Monday, 25th, Tuesday,
2(ith, und Wednobday, 27th, from 7 to
i m. By order.
1). B. SMITH,
327 Jt Chairman.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
By order of M. Phillips & Co , As
signee of the Estate of Aklma, bankrupt,
1 will sell at l'lilille Auction,
On MONDAY, Jan. 2otli,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. .11..
At the Stoic, corniT of Nuiiumi and
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODS
Comprising In part:
Underwear, Hats, Hoots & Shoes,
Prints, Dress G-oods.
Stoye Fixtures, Iron Safe, Etc.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
By order of W. 0. Smith, mortgagee,
I will Fell at Public Auction, ut inv
On MONDAY, Jan. 2i5th,
AT IX O'CLOCK XOOX,
Life Insurance Policy of John
Iu the Mutual Life Insurance f!o. of New
Yoik for 810,000; helm,' Policy
l&" Fuitlier pailleulius can he ob
tained from V. O. .Smith, or from the
JAS. P. MORGAN,
Honolulu, .Ian. 10, 16!IL. ;!:.! :it
SING LOY & CO.
53 KING STREET.
Have ni-iipeued In tlielr New lluildlug,
where they will Keep eonfitautly lu
block al thu lowest pi Iced, a
largu asHoitinuul of
Satins. Plushes, Ribbons, I'urvos,
Embroideries, Etc., Etc.
PUUNITIJUH of live
looms and kitchen,
neaily now, with nilvllt'su
of lentliit; cottatjo. hn
qilliu "Middlu Cottage,"
C'liilhiley l'lace, Fort utreet. aa. 4t
Picture Frames made to
order from latest styles of
mouldings. Renovation of
old pictures a specially.
Every steamer and sailing'
ll'n L.l.t r .-.1.1 c4. - w.1
, ,,v- imiv nil um oiov.iv
are selected with care and they meet with a ready sale and
as fast as sold are replaced by others. No other store in
Honolulu contains such a laru'e and varied assortment of
to the wants of
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprockels' Bank, Honolulu.
Dress Goods ! Dress Goods !
A FULL ASSORTMENT CAN BE FOUND AT
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ips ii striped
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A Fl'LL LINE OF COLORS "iN
Nils Wilms, easterns aoi Henrietta Glotlis,
Figured Ch-iilles & Silk Striped Ohiilles.
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF
Fancy Striped Flannels & Flannelettes.
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B If yon arc in search of Dre99 Materials come and examine our
immense assoitnient before making your purchases elsewhere.
Builders' & General Hardware,
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes &. Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR THIS LEADING
J6TNKW GOODS BY
C. J. MCCARTHY,
Ni:w Cummins' Hlock, Mkuciia.nt Sihki.t.
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ill liu MUCK QU1I.I.IUAN.
to us articles
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TAINTS, OILS, VAHNISIIKS & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WAUE,
Cillery & General lercMso,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
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nut! Houses Kentetl.
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