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DAY OF DECISION,
OAHU RAILWAY k LAND CO.'S
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A.M. A.M. l'.M.
Loave Honolulu. ..0:15 8;4fi 1 :45
Arrive llonoullull.. 7:20 0:57 2:57
Lonvc Honoullull..7:30 10:4.1 tl:4'l
Arrive Honolulu. ..8 :35 11 tGft 4:C5
I'KAKI. CITY l.OQAL.
Arrlvo Pearl City i. .
Lonvo Pearl City. . 0:00 ..
Arrive Honolulu. ..0:40 .
t Saturdays only.
Satin days excepted.
TIiIph. Nun nurt .lloou.
11V C. J. LYONS.
6 F ft
Klrst quiu tor of tho lnoTTn on tlio 4tli lit
Jill. Sin. p. in.
Tlio tlmo blitnal for tlio poit Is Riven nt 121i.
Oni. 0-.ee. (inldnlKlit) of Uicisnwlcli tiinuoi
111. 28111. iHsoe. p. in. of Honolulu Ousel vnlory
tlmu. It Is Klvcn by tliu stoiuu uhlstloof thu
Honolulu riimliiK Mill, u few doom ubovo
tho Custom House. Tlio sniiiu whistle la
Hounded correctly nt Honolulu mean noon,
OljHoi'Mitory ineriillun, orlOli. 31m. 20soc. of
THUKSDAY.-FEB. 4, 1892.
Stun las Makce from Kauai
(Stuir T.uliua from Ihmmkliu
II B Jl S Pheasant, Iladluy, Ksqiiimault,
Am blitne Planter, Dow, for San Fran
cisco Feb 4
Stmr Wnlnlualo forNawIllwill, etc. at
Btmr Pele for Makaweli at 3 p in
ijchr Kuulilua for Kauai
Belir KawuUaui for Koolau
Scbr Kulniiniuu for Kohala
Bclir Ka Mol for Paattilo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Btmr Kllaueu Ifou for llaiuakua
atinr I.eliua for Nun and Papiiikou
Bk llawkcsbui'y, Nordfult, for Puget
Am bl;t Iron gai d, Schmidt, for Sau
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Jas Makee- 2500 bags sugar.
J.ehua 200 bags sugar.
For San Frauclsco, I'er bktuc Planter,
Feb 2 Wni Pig&eu.
For Maiil, per stmr Claudine, Feb 2
Miss Voss, Miss Wodcbouse, MrsTE
Evans and family, W Bcrlowitz, Mrs
Kahe and Doy, und 60 Jnpanese immi
grants. For Kauai, per stmr Mikuhala, Feb 2
Miss Hardy, Mr ."-cott, Mr Dickson,
Misses Duncan and I.ycett, Mis Bad
way, Mr Btito, 50 deck and 102 Japanese
Shipping matters in the vicinity of the
F(slmiurket are very quiet.
' The bark Unwkcsbury expects to get
away to-morrow for Puget bound iu
Tho barkcnlinc l'lantcr, F A Dow,
mastet, salted Feb 2d, carryhuj a cou
sigmncNt of sugar f hipped us follows:
11.300 Jjags sugar, II Hackfcld & Co;
&508 lrags sugar, M S Qriubaum & Co.
Value of produce 9 17,874.21.
1 Tho barkentinu Iruigatd will leave for
Ban" Francisco to-morrow with a full
ca'rgo' of sugar. Sbo is receiving sugar
from tho steamer Kiliiiie.ii IIoi to-day.
' 'l"Jio Geimuu bark Puul Isunbcrg is
discharging tho remainder of her coal
into the schooner Liholiho.
For January, 1802, from tlio Weather
Service Jtccoid ut the Government
btatlon at Puuuhoii.
Average temperature 08.45 F. Normal,
Extreme range of temperature 5C to
" 80 -
Man'jlally range 12,5
Average minimum C3.0j average maxi
muui7CS. Avorago height of harouieter 30.00; nor
Daily average range of barometer 0.075.
JiXtiemo iango,2U.74 lowest, to 30.22
highest. Low pressure jfcrlods
centered on the 7lh and 1 1th. High
barometer periods on tlio 3d und
Low temperatutc periods, 7th and 17th.
High temperature periods, 1st, 32tl aud
illst. . . . i
Averae rclativo humidity 77; normal
about 24. Absolute humidity' 5,0
grains to cubic foot.
Hulpfiill 8,85 in.; uprmnl 4, n.
(JIU(lltess43 peicent; iiQrmul 3P.
Wjntl avciugc, Bemifort spalo. 2 7.
NJup days of initio wind, normal 14. 1(1
Haiti JJecord days.
FetiodBof weather iJsturb.uico on tlio
2d, fiom the 7th to 17th, and 2Stlt to
Tho snou'-htonn oti Maul aud Hawaii of
the 8-Utli was remarkable as prevail
ing down to tho7000-feot Hue, in
cluding tlits f tumult of Hualalal aud
was probably tlio lowest for 20
years. An eleetile storm on the
13th was alto notable on Oaliu, and
hail has fallen on Hawaii aud
Kauai. Tho average temperature
has been the lowest monthly sluco
18B0. Tho inotitli closed with a very
m extensive cloud belt over tliU putt
K of the Paelllo,
0. I. Lyons,
Iu Charge of Weather Service.
HQRSfORO'S ACID piQ8PATE
for luiimlred Vltnlity
and weakened energy, is wonderfully
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS
Oil, where I Oh, where 1 is tllo
Tiikhi: were vury few, voles scatter
ing iit'thi! elections yesterday.
l'ltAYiiii meeting to-night nt tllo
Y. M. O. A. hull at 7 :30 o'clock. All
As tho Bim.lktin picdicted, Mr.
Watorhoupowont uiiin snioko. Next
Tiik island steamers arc all return
ing to this port now-ivdayH tilled lo
the hutches with sugui.
Tiik now system of voting puzzled
not a few Hiiwaiinns, some marking
six Nobles instead of live.
Diamond Head, 3 o'clock Weather
hazy, wind light noilheaut; British
man-of-war l'heasant oil' port.
At tho tegular meeting of tho Hook
& Ladder Co. yesterday evening, Geo.
K. Norton w.is elected foreman.
TiiKitn were only two arrests for
drunkenness yesterday, election day.
The saloons were closed till 7 p. 111.
The Kilauea Hon brought fifty
head of cattle from Hawaii to tlio lep
er settlement on her lust return trip.
Tiik- two remaining smallpox pa
tients at tho Quarantine Station, a
woman and a girl, are reported as on
tlio road to recovery.
The steamer V. G. Hall will bo due
to-morrow. She will bring election
returns from Kona and adjoining dis
tricts, ulbo fiom Maui,
TtniKK steamers will bo due hero
this day week, the Alameda and Gae
li'; from San Francisco, and the Mari
posa from the Colonies.
Examination of the Japanese found
dead at the base of the Pali revealed
tho fact that his neck was the only
part injured, being broken. Other in
Sin. II. Watkkiiouih: was at tho
Election Kegistrar's Ollicc yesterday
evening while the returns were being
counted up. As 60011 as he hhw Hint
he wasn't in it, ho had business up
Tiik regular monthly meeting of
the Board of Itepresentatives, Hono
lulu Eire Depattinent, will take placo
this evening. Among other business
the matter of the annual parade will
The work of repairing the landslide
at tho Pali was commenced this morn
ing by workmen from the ICool.iu
side. Sullicicnl repair had been made
by noon to allow of travelers on horse
back coming across.
Mil. J. F. Bovt'LEit advised some
Portuguese to put a cross againbt the
first name on the road board ticket.
Tho Portuguese did so, putting tlio
cross against the first line on the
ticket, "Itoad Board." "
Everything was quiet in the Su
premo Court to-day. At 2 o'clock
this afternoon the caso of A. S. Cleg
horn vs. Opium Pills was to have
come up. It is an appeal from the
decision of tho lower Court.
The cesspool at tho corner of Queen
and Alakea streets claims tho first at
tention of the Road Board. There is
a deep pool of stagnant water there
and anyone with half 11 smeller can
inhale the cilluvia arising from the
t-amo some distance on".
The household furniture of Mr. Z.
K. Myers, at tlio residence, Beretania
btieet, will be sold ut auction to-morrow
at 10 o'clock. Articles to be sold
comprise some very elegant house
hold equipment. The place will be
open for inspection to-day.
Dr. llodgors was everywhere on
election day. Ho had a hack hired
for tho especial purpose of conveying
him around to take in tlio sights alone
(?) at tho different polling places.
Near the time of closing tlio polls the
doctor was seen returning to, town
minus his glasbcs.
Several of tho GOlb. balls Used by
the U. S. S. Albatross iu sounding
while she was here, have been picked
up by native fishermen in tlio deep
bca. The fishermen tell stories of
how 11 flerco bca battle must have
been fought at some ancient time,
where tho balls wore picked up.
H. B. M. S. Pheasant, just arrived,
,is a gunboat of G guns; 750 tons; en
gines of 1200 horsepower. Her piin
cipal oilicers are: Lieutenant and
Commander, Thos. JIadloy ; Surgeon,
Michael O'Brien; Engineer, Frank
It, Stuttaford ; Asst, Paymaster, Jas.
E. V. Morton. Tho PliCMsant is from
Esquimault, IL C.
An Kim, a storekeeper at Palatini,
was arrested yesterday and charged
with assault aud battery on a boy. It
seems that the boy had been playing
pranks Willi the (Jlunamau when tlio
latter got his dander raised, picked
tho boy up aud Hung him bodily into
tho street. He was 'sentenced in tlio
Police Court this morning to pay a
lino of $21. All Kim noted an appeal
to tho Intermediary Couit.
I'm. meet you ut tho Brunswick.
Fpuii-logged will insist on being im
pounded. Button Holes inudu lo order at No.
1 Garden Lano, 307 if
C. J, McCarthy has lots on Lililia
stteet for sale. iJ-tf
The Brunswick aio thoonly Billiaid
Pallors in town, 0 tf
J. F, MoitOAN has a lino square We
ber piano for- sale,
The residence of Mr. lfyiuau, on
King street, is offered at private sale.
Aheh shaving iibo Cucumber Skiti
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co,, Agents.
Suniiurn relieved at once by Cu
tiun(!r Topic Npiibou, Sinjtlt & Co.,
I'lioi'KitTY at Waikiki known as tlio
Aqua-Marino Beach lots are ollerod
Whole National Reform Noble
ttOiT OF THE REJRESESTATIYES
RETURNED BY TrlE LIBERALS.
jority for tha Integrity of
Kiiiulllutliiir Dcrcnt of the Indepen
Election day opened dismally as to
the weather. When the ballots be
gan to drop at 8 o'clock rain was
falling, and it continued with hardly
a break till noon. Some of the streets
were in an awful mess, while the ap
proaches to several voting places
were hogs of deep mire. Yet the
carriages in service of the different
parties were constantly plying, con
veying the indifferent and tiie weakly
voters to the polls. There were four
voting stalls in each precinct, and
the voters were not hurried in mark
ing their ballots.
Peace and quietness prevailed in
the groups hanging about the polling
places all day. Here and there was
some of the native oratory heard
which has always beep incident to
Hawaiian elections. Tho talk every
where was the probability of a large
number of ballots being spoiled by
careless or ignorant marking under
the new law. This proved to be the
case when the counting had been ac
complished. The loss 011 this score
is believed by the National Reform
party to have been theirs, a9 being
largely caused by Portuguese on
whom they reckoned.
The result of the election turned
out to be a realization of what the
canvass of the National Ketorm pnrty
promised, excepting that it was a
more decisive triumph for their Noble
ticket than they anticipated. Taking
the total results on the Island of
Oahu, there is a majority elected
against a constitutional convention.
Mr. Wilder and Mr. Kauhi of the
Representatives are counted in this
majority. The former's sentiments
had been publicly declared in his ac
ceptance of the nomination. Mr.
Kauhi was supported by the National
Reformers for the reason that in tho
Legislature he disdained the leader;
ship of Mr. Wilcox, aud he has
openly-"exprcssed himself against
unconstitutional tampering with the
Constitution. He was put; qn the
Liberals' ticket because they could
not get anybody who would dare
meet him iu his district. Mr. Kail hi
js the only candidate elected by ac
clamation. ine counting or tho ballots was
prolonged on account of the road
board election, yet by U:80 o'clock
the full results were known at the
headquarters of the National Reform
party. There was a large crowd
gathered there and in the adjoining
olllco of Mr. C. J. McCarthy annexed
to the headquarters for tho occasion.
While the' election of tho trio of
agitators Ashford, Bush and, '
cox was Jointly ajiil, severally "a
eoiirpp of regret 'when announced, it
only enhanced tlio bursts of en
thusiasm as the Incoming returns
first sliowed the Noble ticket safe,
und ultimately nllirined its glorious
When tho totals had been read by
Secretary McCarthy, there were great
cheering and calls for the elected
Nobles. Rattling speeches were
made by Metiers. Ena, Peterson and
Williams, thanking the workers aud
the party for tho victory, and refer
ring pointedly to circumstances of
the contest. Mr. Neumann was tele
phoned for and on arrival was loudly
cheered. Ho addressed the company
quietly in conversational tones, caus
ing roars of lutightor as he goye his
final compliuignts (0 tho '-'Jndepend-cut
circus," which had imperilled tho
election or tureo supporters or tho
Subjoined will bo fouud tho tabu
lated returns corrected by the latest
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S. C Dwight ....
J. F. Morgan
II. von Holt
J. F. Colbnrn. ..
K. More ..
II. F. Bertelmna.
A. B. Naoue....
REPRESENTATIVES FOR OAHU.
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W. C. Wilder I. 72 221 20H
W. H. Cummings L.. . . 103 85 188
J. Heloluhe N. It. (52 17 7'J
Totals 2-17 323i)C0
Majority over all, 2C; majority over
J.W. Bipikane L.'. .
J. K. Kaulia N. S.J..
Totals 283)300 581)
Majority over Kaulia, 07.
J. Kekipi N. 11.
O. W. Ashford L.
Majority over nil, 53; majority over
J. Poo, N. R.
T. R. Lucas, 1,
S. K. Aki, IL. AN. S..,.
Majority over all, 137 ; majority ov
er Lucas, 200,
S. K, Pun, LL.
J. A. Kahounoi, N. R...
8. Paaluhi, LL r. .
W, O. Achi, LN. S.
Majority overall, 121) majority ov
er Kahoutiei, 192.
JUBTMCT VI. (K00I.AU).
158 I 133
162 I 120
221 1 251
DISTRICT VII. (WAIALUA).
C. Brown, I.
It. W. Wilcox, L..
DISTRICT VIII. (EWA AND WAIANAE.)
DISTRICT ROAD BOARDS.
The following are tho Road Hoards
for outside districts. There was no
opposition iu tlm places named, with
the exception of KooJAUpoko;
Total v. 335
-' (Pahia ......:: 210
ii iV. Henry , 117
W (Kealo 130
KWA AND WAIANAi:.
Hitlualani 1 15
Poo , 118
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remedy that can always be doponded
upon and that is pleasant and safe to
take. Ihere is not tlio least dangor
i'l giving it to children, as it contains
no injurious substance. For sale at
fiQ cents per bottle by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., agents.
For Mouldings, Frames,
Pastels, Artotypes, l'lioto
grnvuroH, ELchiiigs i
ovorything in (lo Uno ol'
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Every steamer and sailing vessel brings to ns articles
for use and ornamentation. Our goods are all "late ar
rivals;" we have no old stock on our shelves. Our goods
are selected with care and they meet with a ready sale and
as fast as sold are replaced by others. 2Sro other store in
Honolulu contains such a large and varied assortment of
goods suitable to the wants of the people.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprcckcls' Bank, Honolulu.
Dress Goods ! Dress Goods !
A FULL ASSORTMENT CAN HE FOUND AT
104 Fort tetreec, Honolulu.
Latest Designs i sirW'alFPMil Dress ' Geois,
All Wool Cameiette in all Shades,
A FULL LINE OF COLORS IN
Figured Chailles & Silk Striped Ohailles.
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF
Fancy Striped Flannels 8c Flannelettes.
COMK AND SEK OUR
STRIPED & PLAID WORSTED COMBINATION SUITS, TRICOT &
FINE CLOTHS FOR RIDING HABIT.
Bf If you are in ' search of Dress Materials come aud examine our
immense assortment before making your purchases elsewhere.
109 IhViMS Street.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR TIIE LEADING
JJoy-NEW GOODS HY
c. j. McCarthy,
Nkw Cummins' Block, Muroiiant Strkbt.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
SOLICITOR FOR TIIK -
Equitable Life Assurance Society.
FUtE INSURANCE PLACED, COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
Routs Collouted and Houses Rented,
SJHT Any business entrusted to mu will lcceivu prompt attention,
rPIHJ nudersljjned Is ineparcd to glvo
L Leusons In Athletic Kxereises and
tho Manly 'Art at two doorn above tho
Royal School, Emma street, also to give
Instructions at homes ol pupils If de
sired. Applications received at No 87
312 liu MUCK gUILLUUN.
Builders' & Geneial Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILCOX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
EVERV STEAMER. m
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tST Olllco at Hotel Stab'ca, Hotel
sheet. Bulb Telephones 32. ltesldoueo:
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