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A.M. A.M. I'.M. 1 M
Leavo Honolulu. ..0:liV 8 16 1: in I i:i5t
Arrive Honoullull..7:2C flsf.7 2:f.7 fi:3fif
Leave Honmillull..7::t() 10:4;! .1: III r,i'l
Arrive Honolulu. ..H ::: 1 1 :Tr 4 :r CtftO)
vkahi. C1TV I.OOAI..
Arrive Pearl City
Lciivo Pear' City. . (
Arrive Honolulu. ..(1:10 .
t Sal tu-ilnys only.
Ttilt'H. Hun mill .llooii.
11 V C.J. l.YONR.
ii.m. li.in. p.m. ii.in.
Mon. l c l.v 0 40 o u o o o :t; s m n ai
Turn, a ; sal ii 4u i n t i) o 3i li m in ss
Weil. :i 8 4.1 " ::o l r.n a 20 u it? n f.2 11 2.1
Tiium. 11 111 8 40 2:10 :tifi nsu .1.12 ....
t-'rl. s 11 ;wi ii :i(i :i :;n no u ::n s m 0 2.1
Hut. ii 11.111. 10 1.1 4 :ih guo : .1 51 1 2.1
Sun. 1 7 (1 .10111 0 fl SOI 7 "I 0 .'I'll 6 m 2 2;
Kilst iiumlct' of tlio 1110011 on the 4 til lit
nit. sin. p. m.
l'liu thou hIkihiI for tlm poi t Ih ulvcn ill lSh.
(tin. (Hcc. (iuUIiiIkIiU nf Uiuumtlcli time or
Hi. 28iii. alspc-. 11. 111. of Honolulu Otmcrvutory
tliuo. 11 In ijlvim by tliu Htcnm wlilstlo of tlio
Honolulu l'luuliiK Mill, 11 few doom above
tlio CilHtom House. Tlio sumo whistle la
i-ounih'(l vim cctly lit Unnoliiln uioiin noon,
OliM'iviitorynioildliui.orloli. liliii. 20soo. of
1 1J JH1
MONDAY, FEB. 1, 1892.
Sttnr Cluudiiio from Muni
Stmr Miknlialu from Ka ni
'Stmr Jus Makec from Kuttui
Stmt1 .las Makco for Kauai at 1 p m
himr J.elitta lor Mm and llaKulou
.Stmr Mokolii for Molokui at C p m
Stmr Kiiitiu for Muni and llawall at
2 p in
Stmr Waimanalo for Maui at 5 p m
Sclir Luka for Koliula
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Clauditie for Maui at 5 p in
.StmrMlknhala for Kauai at ." p 111
Stint LIUe.lil;c for llamakua at 5 p 111
,S d Australia, Iloudlctte, for Sau Fr.tn
cisoo at 12 in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Steamer Jas Makee -2500 lings Migar.
Steamer Allkaliulii 24'M bags sugar.
Stcitinur Glaudiuc 7170 bugs sugar and
From Kauai, perstnir Mikiliala, Jan
30 Hon D V Pun, Mrs Manake mid
child, M J Kcolon, A Spillner, wife and
family, Jtev J Niau, MissPuni, aud 12
F10111 Maui, per stmr Clauditie, Jan 31
J .1 MeWilliains, IS K Hauutia, Mrs II
P ISildwin, Miss Baldwin, Fattier F
Dnvles, Mrs Napoleon, E Doyle and
wife, Miss II Morris, Mrs It D Wal
bridgu. U J Fiirblsb, Ahoi, wife aud C
children, ("bang Hang, Taut Lung, and
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinati,
Feb 1 Miss Smith. W II Cornwell, It A
Lyman. Jr, Theo Wolff, W D Schmidt,
Hr Yamashita, A T Atkinson, Hon J T
ISnker, Mrs C L. Wight, and 409 Japanese
The schooner Luka sailed this after
noon for Kohida with -18 Japanese Im
migrants for the Koliala Sugar Co.
'J ho steamer Kiiiau took JOU Japaneso
immigrants for Hawaii. As tho h'inau
passed tho schooner Luka on her way
out, it was laugitablo to see tlio Japs
jabbering at each other.
Tlie barkentlne Itnigard is receiving
sugar from tho Me.i titer Likelike. She
will likely get away for San Francisco
On the voyage from Newcastle hither
of the Imrk Minoin.i she encountered
rather tough weather which caused her
jlbboom and foie-topsail to be carried
away. She bus 1510 tons of Newcastle
coal for tho Onhu it. & L. 1 o. at whose
wharf she is discharging that material
Tlio steamer V G Hall will be duo on
schedule tlmo this trip, notwithstanding
Iter failing a day later.
The steamer .Mikalinla 011 her last trip
had a boat smashed at Walmea.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
New CoimIh JiiMt to lluml.
Slack & Ilrowiilow's Water Filters,
Scales Topsail Chains,
Open Link Chains,
Goblets, Wines, Decanters,
Jugs, etc., etc.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Nouso Furnishing Gootls,
Miniature "Vistas" for mailing,
A FAVORITE REMEDY.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is a
favorite during the winter months on
account of its gieat success In the
cure of colds, There is nothing that
will loosen a severe cold bo quickly,
or as promptly relieve the lungs.
Then it counteracts tiny tendency to
ward pneumonia. It is pleasant and
Btifo to take, untl fully worthy of its
popularity. For bale by all dealors.
lieusou, Smith & Co., aucnts,
SuNiwuN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic, lleut-on, Smith ifc Co.,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A rik.Miv full of ruin begun this
Diamond llcud,:t o'clock Ruining;
wind, ft celt norllii'iisl.
Tin: bund will give 11 concert, tit
Etitnui l!iiiuio this evening.
Tiik H. S. Australia leaves lomor
row ul noon for Sun Francisco.
Tin: steamer Likoliku leaving to
nioriow will take aliont 2G0 more
IIonh. A. Mni(iiftt, W. II. Oiini
minga und Mr. O. W. Ashford wi'ic
out electioneering on Sunday.
Mits. Kloicneu Williams willleoluie
next, time tn-inormw uvutiing as ad
vorliseil not this evening us Adver
tifcurcd. Thk pastor of Waikiki Church at
Uiu afternoon t-urvicc, in closing his
sermon, ntlvisud all present to vote tor
tho Liberal party.
Mils. Williams' .lecture on "Patri
ots," Saturday evening, was greatly
enjoyed by an intellectual audience.
A repot t of it is necessarily deferred
An evangelistic service will bo hold
at Uelhel Hall, Ucthel street, by the
Y. M. G. A. this evening. Song ser
vice begins at 7:15. All tiro invited.
A l'KM.ow arrested on Saturday for
drunkenness gave the niitno of Hap
py New Year ami was so iccordcd on
tho calendar. Ho forfeited his bail
I'll meet you tit tho Brunswick.
Tun Citizens' Ticket for road board
Button Holes made to ordor at No.
1 Gut dun Lane 1107 tf
The Brunswick are the only Billiard
Pallors in town. G tf
A KEWAitu is ollercd for the return
of u strayed horse.
W.m. C. Acm is tho Native Sons'
candidate for the fifth district.
H. A. Widk.mann is officially an
nounced as Minister of Finance.
Aftkk shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benton, Smith & Co., Agents.
Mechanic Engine Co. will meet
this evening for the election of offi
cers. The National lteform party will
hold a rally to-morrow evening at the
Beretmiia street Armory.
The time a voter is allowed to mark
his ticket in the compartment for
preparing his ballot on election day
is four minutes.
Delicious eofl'ee and chocolate will
be served every morning early at the
Palaco Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwigsen,
& Cron, Holel street. 221 tf
Get your boots ana shoes made
and repaired by the old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L. Toennies, on Bait
Hotel street. First-class work, low
The Royal Hawaiian Military Band
will give a public concert at Emma
Square this evening, commencing
at 7:30. The following is the pro
Introduction The Armourer... Loitzing
Overture Mnsaniello Aubor
Fantasle Nightingale aud Frogs . .
Selection Maritana Wallace
Songs : He Lei no Llliu Moaula. La
Pule ma Manoa.
Medley Boom Zing, Boom (new)..
Waltz Over the Waves (new)....Itoscs
Fantasle On the Mill Stream. Eilenberg
Medley Bed Hot Beyer
When a politician is fortunate
enough to get hold of the upper por
tion of a roasted fowl he generally
makes a clean breast of it.
A candidate with a telephone may
make his calling sure, while his elec
tion is uncertain as ever.
On a bulletin board at the front
entrance of Aliiolani Halo is the fol
lowing In ehulk: "Vote for those
who fear nothing but the right."
Only one more day before the pic
nic. Somebody will go up in smoke.
Wouldn't be surprised if It was Mr.
PALI ROAD COLLAPSE.
A telephone message received this
morning conveys the uews that
there has been a cave-in of the
new part of tho Pall road near the
auminlt. The road is thereby mado
impassable. What the extent ot
damage is, or whether it can bo re
paired with available funds, has not
been ascertained. The closing of the
thoroughfare is a great misfortune,
apart from the immediate financial
loss to the Government.
ARE YOUR CHILDREN SUBJECT TO
As a preventive and euro for
croup, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
has no rival. It is, in fact, the only
remedy that can always be depended
upon aud that is pleasant and safe to
take, l'bero is not tho 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,
The case of Dr. Motiritz vs. J N.
llao before Judge Dole was argued
anil submitted to-day. Thurston &
Frear for plaintiff; A. Rosa for de
fendant. In re bankrupt estate of Ah Kui,
before Chief Justice Judd. Examin
ation of bankrupt's assets was made,
through demur of assignee, and
Mr. Dillingham Addresses tho
FACTS AND FIGURES.
1,'nniiii' fflnl lie vrloliiiient lliulei-tlie
Mr. B F. Dillingham addressed a
large meeting of Portuguese at Uiu
Benevolent Society's hall Saturday
evening, speaking us follows:
Gentlemen anil fellow citizens: I
come before you this evening by
special lequcst of the Portuguese
voters of the Thiid ward. It was
my intention to avoid all possible re
ference in future to the name of my
special political opponent, and 1
shall do so this evening, replying only
to certain charges made against me
and a man who has been a true and
faithful friend to the whole country,
Mr. L. A. Thurston. I am sorry that
gentleman is not here to speak to you
to-night, but he has gone out of town
to fullll a previous engagement. I am
requested to state to you the facts
concerning the statement made by
C. W. Ashford to the effect that L.
A. Thurston, when Minister of the
Interior, gave the O. 11. & L. Co. a
tlced to one-half the harbor for a
bribe of fire shares of stock in that
company. 1. This statement is ab
solutely false, and without any
foundation whatever. 2. The O. R
& L. Co. or any other railway cor
poration formed under the laws of
this kingdom are entitled by law to
receive aid from the Government,
and the Minister of the Interior,
whoever he may be, is duly author
ized under those laws to deed over to
any railway company or companies
for railway purposes, the free use of
"right of way through all Govern
ment lauds, and to giant such Gov
ernment lands as may be necessary
for their buildings, stations, depots
and stores, or other structures, and
also the free use of water. It may
make jtich piers, jetties, stations,
sidings, wharves, warehouses, toll
houses and other houses, yards, en
gines, machinery, signal posts and
other apparatus, works and conveni
ences whatever, connected with the
railway, as the corporation may think
proper, and may from lime to time
alter, repair or discontinue any such
apparatus, works aud conveniences,
and substitute others iii their stead."
This is quoted from the general Rail
way law of 1878, nine years before
Mr. Thurston became member of the
Cabinet, and seven years before I
ever thought of building a railway in
this country or anywhere else. The
O. R. & L. Co. hold no grant by
deed of any harbor property from the
Government excepting a small piece
of G2-100 of an acre next to King
street, which was bought at public
auction in May, 1891, for 81800. The
lease of a narrow strip of frontage to
deep water on the harbor made for a
term of ten years cau be cancelled by
the Government at any time after a
ninety days' notice has been given,
and payment made the Railway Com
pany for improvements created by
them. Had Mr. Thurston alone made
the lease referred to, he would only
have been doing his duty as required
by law ; but even in this he had the
approval of his act through tho sig
natures of the other three members
of the Cabinet, which includes the
name of C. W. Ashford. Mr. Thurs
ton not only did not give the Rail
way Company an inch of harbor pro
perty, but absolutely refused to
grant what the law appears to au
thorize, telling me personally that if
I insisted upon my interpretation of
the law ho would take the mat
ter into Court. Now, gentlemen, I
will leave it to your good sense if it
is not quite as absurd to accuse
either Mr. Thurston or myself of
dishonesty in the matter in question,
us it would be to accuse the members
of the Legislature of 1878 of having
been bribed by me to pass the gen
eral railway act. The partial free
trade treaty with the United States
enjoyed by this country since 187G,
was obtained after a long ant) per
sistent effort had been made by dif-fe-
cut representatives from this coun
try. Prior to the last effort mado by
this country to secure the treaty of
187G, Mr. C. A. Castle, son of the
Hon. S. N. Castle, drew up a peti
tion in regard to the advantages
which would accrue to this country
from a reciprocity treaty with the
United Slates, which seems now like
a prophecy. I canvassed this city
for three days with the petition to
the King und Cabinet, urging the
necessity of immediate action on tho
part of the Government to secure
from America special commercial ad
vantages by which wo might sond
into tho market of that country, free
of duty, our chief and almost only
pioducts, rice and sugar. The busi
ness of the kingdom, its revenue
from the Custom House and tax re
ceipts, had been steadily declining
since 1870. 1 here was then only a
few small schooners and one steamer
plying between the islands of this
group. One could stand at the junc
tion of Fort and King streets at cer
tain days in the week, during busi
ness hours, ami look in either direc
tion without seeing more than perhaps
one or two persons within a quarter
of a mile. During my canvass for
signatures to tho petition for a Treaty
of Reciprocity with America, it was
astonishing to find such a large num
ber of Intelligent men, in various
lines of business, who opposed .the
movement with expressions like
tlicso : "Wo do not tuil onj treaty ;
it will do us no Rood whatcvor."
"Where shall we got our revenue
to run tho expense of government
when the duly is removed? We'll
Imvo a lot of those sharp Yan
kees down here to run us out of
the business, etc., etc." Just about
us good aigtiineiHs as arc offered
to-day against absolute free trade
the only hope there is left for this
poor man, licli muii or Hawaiian In
dependence. What did partial free
trade do for us durii.g the term of
llltcen years from 187G to 181)1, and
how did it affect, the revenue of the
country V Statistics show that our
exports increased timing those yeais
from Si, 000,000 to Sl(i,000,000. Al
lowing our exports would huvu kept
up to 1,000,000 11 year (as 1 feel
sure they would not have done with
out the treaty), the gain in the pro
duction of the cotinUy was very
much over 8100,000.000, the total
exports being 81)0,000,000 more than
they would have been, and the do
mestic consumption of the products
of our soil was also greatly augment
ed. A very large amount of the
money received for the increased ex
ports has been invested ir. sugar ma
chinery. Twenty-one additional in
ter-island steamers, line schooners
and a large tleet of vessels running
between these islands and San Fran
cisco, and other ports along the Pa
cific coast of America. The city of
Honolulu has increased in population
and hundreds of thousands of dollars
iiivo been expended in permanent
improvements in the way of brick
stores and warehouses. Beautiful
homes and lovely gardens now cover
what was then a barren waste. Now
let us look over the following figures
and see how the treaty affected the
revenue. We find the custom house
revenue receipts prior to the passage
of the treaty in 1870 to have been as
. 198,055 7(1
. 183.857 GO
1877.. 230,-198 71
1890 . 095,957,91
A glance at the figures is sulllcicnt
to shew the steady decline in the
revenue derived from duty on im
ports, after the whaling business col
lapsed aud before thu treaty of reci
procity went into effect, the enorm
ous increase in custom house receipts
from 187G (S 199,030.30) to 1890
(095,957.91) admits of no argu
ment against the treaty. Now let us
look at the revenue from taxes dur
ing the years named :
These figures show an inoreaso of
revenue (from the increased value of
taxable properly) in the kingdom of
say 8444,000, in excess of the average
receipts from the same source during
the six years preceding tho passage
of the treaty. The average total
revenue of the kingdom during Hie
six years prior to 187G Was 8440,791.
The total revenue for 1890 was
$1,G52,07G (an increase of over
81,200,000 for one year). These
figures show what partial free trade
lias done for this country, but the
advantages of the treaty of 187G no
longer exist. We have had the half
of the cake which contained the gold
ring, it may be that we cau secure
the other half, aud though it does
not contain the jewel, it may prove
a sulllcicnt support so that we can
hold our own and live. But if we
strike the attitude of the beggar or
modern traaip and refuse the re
maining half loaf because it does not
contain all we found in the first half,
we shall soon find ourselves hanging
ou the rugged edge of nothing, with
nothing to hope for but national ex
tinction through a long and possibly
destructive seeking for annexation.
Mr. Ashford has told you with a ring
of joy in his voice that lie is thankful
he was instrumental in preventing
the passage of tho treaty for free
trade. What has he given you in
place of it? Loss of employment to
hundreds of hard working men, also
of revenue to thousands who have
their all invested in sugar. Also to
mauy plantations that may be forced
to close up, or if kept running it cau
only be done by cheap labor, if tho
rate of wages added to other current
expenses bring the cost of sugar up
to more than can be realized for it.
Then all plantations will close up,
19,000 laborers will go adrift, and
tho remainder of our population
(about 04,000) dependant upon that
industry and the labor of those
employees will have absolutely noth
ing. It is reported that the Liberal
party are going to give you a snow
storm of circulars ou Wednesday
morning telling you, among other
things (to catch votes), that f am
going to Hood tho country with In
dian coolies. 1 tell you now, I have
no personal use for Indians, If I
build m'oic railway, I shall want
more Portuguese for that kind of
woik; but if sugar pltiuterB who un
derstand their own business bette'r
than anybody else are prevented
from carrying on their business upon
a paying basis, there will be 110 sugar
plantations, no railways, no work of
any kind for you or me, and those of
us who can pack up ami leave the
coHiiliy will do so. Now, and pur
haps for the last time before election,
I lull you of the Poitugueso colony
that 1 make you no false promises,
or any promise at all beyond this
that 1 will do my best to servo well
the interest I represent, ami if faith
ful in this I shull be faithful to every
interest in this country.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN-28
X columns of IntercBtlug reading
matters. Mailed to foreign countries,
95; Ifihuuls, SI.
Has become a word dear to the hcurls
of mothers. Thu "Mizpah" Valve '
Nipple is made of puru gum, will not
collapse und piovonls much colic be
cause they admit uit into the bottle us
the mill: is diuwii out, Huts prevent
ing u vacuum being formed Give the
tiuby 11 chance Id cxpit'ss his opinion.
You'll verv Minn find out wbelbet the
" Mizpuh" Is 11 Hiit'coss or not.
Wo have an usfotttiiout of DuvkNuii
ami (JiH.dyeai Nipples, uNo Ituliher
Itiillii's and Ti ('thing Kings, and N'tir
si'ry requisites in general.
Kvery household should have a Hot
Water Bag. We huvosomo now ones
und if used with ordinary euro will
lust for years. Invalid Cushions cun
be used as '"life proservorH" on land
as well us sea. Ours arc for homo
service, mid arc the best in cveiy way.
Rubber lulling from tho diameter of
-incb to the size of garden hos-e,
which wo toll by tho foot or yard.
We've lots of other rubber goods,
and our Drug Store, you know, is the
best place to buy them.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.
AI OPPOfiTMi Y !
At thu request of a
number of our patrons,
we have concluded to
offer the services of our
artist, Mr. "W. Y. Ttow,
as a practical instructor
in Oil Painting- and "Wa
ter Coloring-, free of
Mr. Itow has been in
our employ for the past
two years and -we feel
confident that, by prac
tical demonstration, he
can teach his pupil just
what he wants to know
in the matter of handling
colors, etc., without the
tiresome course usually
adopted by instructors.
For further particulars
SING LOY & CO.
53 KING STREET.
Have re-opened In their New IStiilding,
where they will keep constantly hi
slock at the lowest prices, a
large assoit incut of
Satins. Plushes, Ribbons, Purses,
Laces, Embroideries, Etc., Etc.
BY vlrtuo of a Writ of Kxeeiitlou
issued out of the Police Com t on
tho 2L'd day of January, A. I). 1SU2,
against II. Akl, defendant, 111 favor of
.1. Nott, plaintiff, for the sum of $r0.7i,
1 nave levied upon anil Miull expose lor
sale at the Police Station, in (lie District
of Honolulu, Island (if Oahti. at 12
o'clock noon, of WEDNESDAY, tho
24th day of February, A. D. 181)2, to tho
highest bidder, till the right, title and
Intel est of the said 11. Akl, defendant,
in and to tlio following property, unless
said judgment, intercut, costs and my
exj)cn.efl bo previously paid.
List of ptopeity for .sale:
PJiunbor's and Tinsmith's Tools
For particulars inquire at the Deputy
(Signed) O. IS. WILSON,
Honolulu, Jan. 2G, 1802.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting nf the Ewa
Plantation Co. held this day the
following olllcers weiu elected for thu
C. M. Cooke Picnldciit,
J. IS. Cnfetlo Vleo-1'ier.ldeut,
E. D. Tenney Societaiy,
J. IS. Atlierton.. Tieasmer,
J. II. Paty Auditor.
Tho above named olllcers 11L0 consti
tute the Hoard of Directors.
Secretary Ewu Pluu'uttuii Co.
Honolulu, .luii. (, 181)2. XK lin
'IMIK undersigned having been up
I pointed Assignee of tlio Bankrupt
Estate of Antuuo ISoiha of Walliiku, re
quests all persons having claims against
said estate to present their claim' within
six months from date or they will ho
fin ever Imricd, ami till ptiixms owing
said estate are lieitliy requested to 1111110
Immediate payment to .Mr. II. Gorman,
at Walliiku, or to thu undersigned at thu
otlli'oofM. S. Giluhuum & Co., Hono
lulu. C. BOLTE.
Honolulu, Jan, 25, 1892. 3::0 lw
Picture- FriuucH imulo to
order from Intent styles of
mouldings, lteiiovulion of
old pictures 11 specialty.
" .V! !7I
LATE ARRIVALS !
s , IMfliL o
iii 1 Sri fWn I. f I 11 1 f,m Tlr
Every steamer and sailing vessel brings to us articles
for use and ornamentation. Our goods are all "late ar
rivals;" we have no old stoclc on our shelves. Our goods
are selected with care and they meet with a ready sale and
as fttst as sold are replaced by others. No other store in
Honolulu contains such a large and varied assortment of
goods suitable to the wants of the people.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE GO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bunk, Honolulu.
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street, - - Honolulu,
The Popular Millinery House.
Builders' & Geneial Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VAKNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WAKE, TIN WAKE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cutlery & General lerciailse,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILOOX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
IOO IPoi-t Street.
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR 'Villi LEADING
ISST-NKW GOODS BY
c. j. McCarthy,
Ni:v Cummins' Blook, Mkiicjiiant BniKKr.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
BOMOITOIl KOI! THU
Equitable Life Assurance Society.
FIRK INSURANCE IMAGED. COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
' Routs Colloetcil uiul Houses Routed,
tJB Any business entrusted to 1110 will lccoivo prompt intention,
rpilE uutlerslijiied is iireptin-d to f-lvo
.L LesMius in Atbletfo hxeroUus mill
tlio Manly Ait tit two doors above thu
Royal School, Eiiium stieet, also to c;lvu
iiibtructloiii ut homes ot pupils if de
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