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OAliU MIlAM t LAND C0,'S
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Leave Honolulu. ..0:15
Arrive Honoullull.. 7:20'
Leavo Honoullull.. 7:30
Arrlvo Honolulu. ..8:35
l'KAHL CITY LOCAL.
Arrive Pearl City
Leavo Pearl City.. 0:00 ..
Arrlvo Honolulu.. .0:40 ..
t Saturdays only.
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Weil. 10 8 60 2 0 8 0 10 50 0 Ul 6 60 ft 11
Tllllra. 11 3 20 3 0 9 0 11 20 0 3.1 5 60 Oil
frl. 12 3 60 3 50 () 10 11 60 0 32 ft 87 II 12
But. 13 4 10 4 30 10 20 0 30 0 3 ft ft" 7 ft
bun. lU 4 3S 6 30 11 o 1 fl 0 311 S 68 7 4ft
Full moon on tlio 12tli lit Oil. 7ni. ii.m.
'i'liu tlnio sIrihiI for tlio poit Is ulvcn at 12U.
oui. Oscc. (mldnlKlit) of Urcemucli tlmoor
lli.SSru. alsec. p. in. of Honolulu Olisei yutory
time. Jt Is git en by the steam wliistlo of the
Honolulu I'ltmlng Mil), u few doota ubovo
tlio Custom House, llio samo wlilBtlo Is
bounded connctly at Honolulu liionn noon,
ObsoiMitoiynicildliin.orloli. 31m. 26soc. of
JT A I Jli
TUESDAY, FEB. 0, 1892.
Stmr Mokolii from Molokai
StmrMlkuhala for Kauai at 3 p m
.Stmr W G Hall fur Maui and Hawaii at
10 a in
Stmr Hawaii for Haiuaklia at 4 p in
.Stmr Wiiialcalo for Uamakua
jclir Laviuia for Hauapepe
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
sStmr Iwalaul foi Ilamakiu
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
jjtinr Mokolll COO bags sugar, 0 head
calves and (J pigs.
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr V G
Hall, Fob D For Volcauo: Mrs Captain
Kautz, U F Dillingham, G D Fischer,
Slibs U Coniwell, Mrs Hobaou, It Wlilt
Imr. DrHouch, L A Thuuton. E O Mac-
lurlane, Mr Fitch, Miss White, Miss
Wilbur, Mrs Baxter, Mr Mason. For
way ports: A Burba, I Nuucs, Mr and
Mrs Kiniova, Col Norris, Mr McDade.
Mr-D Taylor, Airs J? Hariison and
daughter and 50 deck.
For Kauai, per stmrJas Makce, Feb 8
Judge Pole, Deputy Attorney-General
Chas Crcightou, W O Smith, A Rosa
ind wife and others.
For Maui, per stmr Claudine, Feb 8
Mis R D Walbridge, O B Wells, Miss
Minnie Kinney, Mrs N H Renter, A F
Frauca, 1; D Spencer and 30 deck.
From Molokai, per stmr Mokolii, Fell
8 Win Hardy and wife, S If Kupihea,
Wm Kaia and 10 deck.
The steamer Mokolii arrived late last
The German bark Paul Isenberg will
take a heavy consignment of sugar from
The barkcutlue W H Dlmond is dock
ed at the OSS Co"s wharf.
Kcpairs are being made to the 1 M S S
I'll picel you ut the Biunswick.
A COMKOUTADLH cottage in Fauoa is
C. J. McCarthy lias lots on Lililm
stieet for salo. 3-tf
Button Holes made to order at No.
Garden Lane. 307 tf
The Brunswick are the only Billiard
Parlors in town. 0 tf
Notick of monthly mooting of
Chamber of Commerce is given.
Aftkr shaving use Oncumbor Skin
Tonic. Benbon, Smith & Co., Agents.
Suniiuiin relieved at onco by Cu
curnber Tonic. Bonbon, Smith vfc Co.,
Allen Hutcliim-on, sculptor, is
opening art classes in diflurent
Tenders for printing and .binding
license forms are wanted at tlio Iutc
Delicious cotieo and uliocolato will
lie served evory morning early at tho
Pultieo Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwigsen,
& Cron, Hotel street. 221 tf
Get your boots and blioes mudo
and repairtd by tho old Wailuku
Bhoomiikcr, L. Toonnies, on East
IJolol Btreet. Fiist-class work, low
A J Ai'ANKBE bazaar lias beon opened
Ij'ltobin-'oii block, Hotul sliuet, wliieli
a stocked with' tlio ' elegant goods
lately exhibited over Goiisitlves &
ARE YOUR CHILDREN SUBJECT TO
As u preventive and cure for
croup, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
has no rival. It is, in fact, tho only
remedy that can always be depended
upon and that is pleasant and safe to
take. There is not the least danger
in giving it to children, as it contains
no injurious substance, For sale at
50 cents per bottle by ull dealers.
Benson. Smith & Co., agents.
V .- ".K"
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Luna will bo full Friday
will bo duo tomorrow
gives liiUlai two
A iikavy downfall of
EvntiYTiUNci isiiiiiotin tlio Supremo
Court theso days.
cloudy, wind calm.
3 p. in. Wealiier
Ka Lco'b pool must
over-time last night.
Tiik Advertiser is hourly expecting
the yacht Beaglo at this port.
Fourtkkn passengers went on the
steamer W. G. Hall this morning for
Tin: little San Francisco beauty
lias gouo to visit Hawaii's beauty
PltoF. Anderson, tlio Wizard of tlio
North, will leavo on the Mariposa for
Tub sale of leao of Government
land at Hilo, Hawaii, will take place
to-morrow at noon.
Paiit of the seawall outside the
harbor was knocked away during the
late heavy weather.
Andrew Eadik, who met with the
accident at Central Union Church, is
ablo to bo out again.
Five cases against Chiucso on trial
iu the Police Court this morning were
remuudud for tlio lack of a competent
To-mokuow, at noon, at tlio front
entrance of Aliiolani Halo, will be
sold the louse of Government land of
Papaa, Kauai. "
JupoE Dole, Deputy Attorney
General Ghas. Creighton and members
of tho bar left Monday to hold Circuit
Court at Kauai.
J. F. Morgan will hold a sale of
household furniture at the residence
of W. F. Love, Emma street, to-morrow
at 10 o'clock.
Evakgelistu) sorviqes will be held
in Bethel hall this evening conducted
by the Y. M. C. A. A cordial wel
come is extended to all.
The Royal Hawuiian Orchestra will
give a. moonlight concert at the Ha
waiian Hotel this evening. Four new
pieces will bo introduced.
It is reported the now four-masted
schooner Aloha, now duo from the
Sound with lumber, will be in com
mand of Captain R. Dabel.
A blight entanglement of halliards
with tlio gaff of H. B. M. S. Pheasant
gave some people the idea that the
ilag was flying at half-mast.
The tug Eleu is having her boilers
cleaned. ThosteaniorWaialealo towed
tho burkenline W. H. Dimond into
port yesterday in great shapo.
D. Nawahi, liackmun, was fined $9
this morning for violating jcurriage
regulations. He wat found under tho
influence of liquor in his hack.
There were three arr.esta for drunk
enness yesterday not an improve
ment on the two previous days, ex
cepting from the police standpoint.
Thirteen men from tlio U. S. S.
Pensacola are to be transferred to an
other vessel. They tako passage on
the S. S. Mariposa for San Francisco
The Road Board awaits the answer
of ouo to whom it offered the position
of Road Supervisor. Tlio nominee is
in a position requiring him to think
twice before he accepts,
Hon. W. O. Smith boeniB to be a
busy man. He returned from Kauai
on Sunday as Representative elect
and left again yesterday for that place
on duty aB a member ot Hie bar.
Mb. and Mrs. Z. K. Myers were
given a pleasant farewell party at the
Arlington House hiBt night. There
were some fine musicians enlistcd,and
the rooms wcro ablaze with electric
A fight has been arranged botween
Bob Fitzsimmons, tho middleweight,
and Peter Maher, the Irish heavy
weight. Tho battle will take place in
New Orleans on March 2d, and is for
a purse of $10,000.
The coroner's jury in tho case of
Ah Lum, who died in tlio prison Jan
uary 20lh, concluded their labors to
day, rendering' tho following verdict:
"Died from an overdose of opium tak
en with suicidal intentions."
Mrs. Gray is making arrangements
for u grand concert to bo givon at tho
Opera House, Saturday, 27th mst.
Prof. Bergor is director and the Royal
Hawaiian Orchestra will assist, to
gether with prominontlocal musicians.
A full attendance of members of
the Chamber of Commerce is desired
at tho monthly meeting to-morrow at
10 o'clock. This will bo the first
meeting in tho now room of tho
Chamber, Campbell block, Merchant
The Anglican Church Chronicle
for February advocates more music
in the church services. It also urges
evory British mbject in tho kingdom
to pay Hie annual subscription of $0
to tlio British Benevolent Society,
An argument for increased benevol
ence is found in tlio faot that owing
to the industrial depression some
families will requiro to have their
passages paid out of tho country.
Mrs. Dillingham has issued her
poem, "Diamond Head," originally
contributed to the Paradise of the
Pacific, in ulogant souvenir style. It
is printed in fancy letters, with illus
trations interspersed, on heavy paper
with brown ink. Tho Bouvonir is
dedicated to Mrs. Carrie P. Beckwith,
at whoso suggestion tho lines wore
written. "Diamond Heud" can bo
had on application to tho uuthor, or
at the Pacific Hardware Co.'s art
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Jnnuury 28th, jier
W. 11. Dlmond.
a tilt at protection.
In the House of Representatives,
Washington, Jan. 21, Harvey of Ok
lahoma, from the Committee on In
dian Affairs, reported ft bill appro
priating 15,000 to complete the allot
ment of lauds tO'tlic Cheyenne and
Arapahoo Indians in Oklahoma.
In the discussion of this measure
Simpson of Kansns had an opportun
ity to enter the arena of debate, and
his remarks were listened to with
great attention. Ho said that $15,000
already appropriated had been squan
dered, but ho was strongly in favor
of the pending measure as it would
allow settlers to secure homes. He
turned his attention to the tariff,
strongly denouncing the protective
policy pursued by the Republicans.
"It had," he said, "brought disaster
to tho farmers applause on the Dem
ocratic sidej and they wanted to seek
homes and begin life under a Demo
cratic administration which, he hoped,
would repeal tho McKinley law and
ajl kindred tariff laws, and bring-
prosperity to the country." The bill
was then passed.
NATIONAL LAND MORTGAGE.
Washington, Jan 21. In the Sen
ate to-duy Stanford addressed the
Senate in advocacy of his bill to is
sue 8100,000,000" in national notes
and loan it on farm lands.
Mitchell asked Stanford whether
under tho proposed bill any largo cor
poration that was a large owner of
lands the land grant railroads, for
example could not borrow Up to one
half of the assessed value of thoir
Stanford replied in tlio affirmative.
Morrill inquired whether there was
to be more than one place in each
State where the money was to be lent
by the Government.
Stanford said the idea was to havo
an agency of the Land Bureau in ev
ery large city and town of a State.
Morrill suggested that it would en
tail a very large expense, and Stan
ford replied that agencies would not
be necessary in eyery State.
Peffer made a long speech in advo
cacy of the bill, whioh was then laid
WATER FAMINE IN CHICAGO.
Chicago, Jan. 21. The city is
suffering from a severe water famine.
The trouble extends over the entire
city, including the suburbs, and is
caused by the stoppage of the inlet
pipes in tho lake by ice. Private
fatnilics, factories and business build
ings are tho greatest sufferers. The
plpyators are closed down and fires
are banked to prevent explosions of
boilers. Business at the stock-yards
in the great slaughter-houses is at a
standstill and there is no water for
the thousands of famishing animals
in the pens. Strenuous efforts are'
being made to remedy the trouble
and it will be but temporary.
The inlet at the water works at
Hyde Park and Lake View was
cleared this afternoon, and the pumps
are now supplying water to thoBe
In North Chicago the city railway
shops are closed and the sshools havo
had to shut up and the breweries are
much straitened by the scarcity of
The switching engines on nearly
all tho railroads in the city are in
dangefbf having to stop operations
for a lack of water, which would
bring the movement of freight to a
Chicago, Jan. 21. The Western
League of Baseball Clubs was suc
cessfully organized to-day. The
circuit will bo composed of clubs
from Kansas City, Milwaukee, Col
umbus, Indianapolis, St. Paul, Oma
ha and Toludo. James A. Williams
of Columbus was elected President,
Secretary and Treasurer, and L. C.
Krauthoff of Kansas City counsel.
The constitution inaugurates several
reforms, all emphasizing the equal
standing of clubs, whicli are to con
sist of twelve men each. A few sub
stitutes will be under orders from
the Secretary, who is to select all
players, and a committee will then
arrange eight equal clubs and submit
them to the league for approval. No
club can sign or release a player.
The salary limit of each club is to be
$12,000 for the season.
A STEAMER IIUUNED.
London, Jan. 21. Tho British
steamer Imperial Prince, from New
York January 'lth for Leith, has ar
rived ut Portland. Captain Cox re
ports that on the morning of January
luth he saw a burning steamer, which
later was lost sight of in the storm.
He thinks her crew perished and she
lias undoubtedly gone to bottom.
DENSE FOG IN LONDON.
London, Jan. 21. This city was
to-day wrapped iu almost an impene
trable fog, equal to that which pre
vailed at Christmas time with such
serious results. Tiatllo was greatly
impeded and so dark was it that it
was necessary to use gus and electric
lights generally throughout tlie city
during the day.
INFLUENZA IN l'ARIS.
Paris, Jan. 21. The hospitals of
this city aio crowded with patients
suffering from influenza. The dis
ease prevails in the most dangerous
form throughout tlio city and the
municipal authorities are making ar
rangements to convert available
vacant buildings into hospitals.
Tangier, Jan. 21. Tho tribal re
volt in the vicinity of this city is
subsiding, owing to the receipt of
news by the rebels that the objec
tionable government will be removed
by the Sultau.
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MrJhbS AyPSS, Jnti. 3i.-TliG
trouble between the Governor of
Mcndoza and the Legislature result
ed in a serious outbreak in which a
number of persons were killed and
London, Jnn. 21. Twelve thou
sand sbipynrd helpers at Sunderland
havo struck against n reduction of
Paris, Jan. 21. The French Gov
ernment lias accepted Bulgaria's
apology for the expulsion of Chad
ouinc. London', Jan. 21. The Bank, of
England reduced its rate of discount
from Si percent to .'1 percent.
Vienna, Jan. 21. Archduke Fran
cis Ferdinand) heir to the Austrian
throne, is ill.
LEGISLATURE OF 1892.
J S Walker,
C O Merger,
E O Maefarlano,
D W Pua,
J G Hnapili.
J A Cummins, ,
J N S Williams,
Paul Neumann, .
A P Peterson,
J Kiiuhano, l
J M Horner, ' ''
R Hind, . , , , ...
J Marsden, . '
Alex Young, f
W Y Horner, '
R D Walbridge, . "
W II Coniwell, -"
H P Baldwin,
L A Thurston,
G N Wilcox,
P P Kanoa,
W C Wilder, J W Bipikano,
J K Kiiuuamano,
J 11 Waipuilani,
O W Ashford,
H K. Aki,
S K Pua,
J E Bush,
R W Wilcox,
J N Kapahu,
G P Kamauoha,
L W F Kanealii,
G S Nahinir,
J K Ioscpa,
T A Akina,
W O Smith,
A A Wilcox.
SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB.
The failure of the Union Iron
Works has hurt the Scottish Thistle
Club not a little, in driving several
members out of town with the pros
pect of more following. Yet the
meetings arc maintained with inter
est, britlier Scots from ships in port
aiding in "the good of the club."
Among "these of late has been Mr.
Smith, first officer of the Hawaiian
baik Mauna Ala," who is a very
facile pianist as well as a good
singer. The club has lately received
books for its library from Messrs.
Lycett and Catton, a painting of
Robert Burns from Mr. Thomas
Lindsay, and chess board with men
and checkers from Mr. II. R. JVood.
Votes of thanks have been passed to
the donors. A colored portrait in
costume of Mr. J. Lumsden, tho
sword-daneer, a Union Iron Works
man who has gone to San Francisco,
has been procured by the club. The
club rooms on Merchant slrept are
open day aud evening to members
and friends for reading, music,
games, or quiet conversation. Weekly
business meeting and concert Mon
The steamer Mokolii which ar
rived last night brought the news of
the elections onMolokui :
G. S. Nahinu (elected) 10G
A. P. Paohaolo 103
J. Nazareta, Sr 102
S. K. Kupihea.
FOR BRAIN FAC
Uho HorMford'M Arid IMiuHphntr.
Dr. W. H. Fisher, Lo Sueur, Minn.,
says: "I find it very serviceable in
nervous debility, sexual weakness,
brain fug, oxccbsive use of tobacco, us
a drink iu fevers, and iu some urinary
troubles. It is a grand good remedy
in all cases where I have used it."
PARENTS ATTENTION 1
ACADEMY OfYaIl & FANCY
Dancing and Physical Culture !
Children from 3 to 10 years every Sat
urday from 2 to fi v. m. Terms, 8:1.00 u
mouth iu udvaiico. Adults class In ball
room dancing evory Friday from 8 to
Pupils accepted aud Information given
at the Arlou Hall (lining above time.
Private lessons given at any time.
MISS von GERI0HTEN
Piofessor of Dancing.
T School opens Filduy, Feb. 12,
18U2. Call Mutual Tel. C(J5, 830 lw '
rpiIE regular monthly inoetlog of tho
JL Honolulu Chamber of Commerce
will he hold iu thf.lr NEW ROOM,
Campbell Building, TO-MORROW
(Wednesday) MORNING, tho Uth Inst ,
at 10 o'clock. A full attendance de
sired. J. B. ATHERTON,
340 It Secretary.
CIOMFORTABLE Cottage In
I Puuoa, ut present occu
pied by McCundless Itros In
M. S. GKINIJAUM & CO.
(pi I re of
TIIK regular auiiual meeting ot the
Hawaiian Fruit K Tuio Co. will bo
held at their ofllce in Wailuku, Maul, on
FRIDAY, Feb. Ii, 18Ua, at 10 o'clock
a.m. W. II. DANIELS,
81 1 38l Secietury U. F. & T. Co.
Has bcco'mo a word dear to the hearts
of mothers. Tho " Mizpith" Vnlvo
Nipple is made of pure gum, Will not
collapse and prevents much colic be
cause they admit air into tho hottlo as
tho milk is diawn out, thus prevent
ing a vacuum being formed. Give tlio
IdiUy a chance to expiebs his opinion.
You'll veiy soon find out whether tho
" Mizpah" is success or not.
Wo have an assortment of David-ifm
it lid Goodyear Nipples, also Rubber
Rattles and Teething Bings, and Nur
sery requisites in goneral.
Every household should haven Hot
Water Bag. Wo have some new one 4
and if used with ordinary care will
last for yeais. invalid Cushion can
bo used us "life prcseiveis" on land
as well as sea. Ours aio for iiome
service, and are the best in every way.
Rubber tubing from tho diameter of
iucli to tho size of guidon hose,
whicli we sell by tho foot or yard.
Wo've lots of other rubber goods,
and our Drug Store, you know, is the
best place to buy them,
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.
i ii.i '
tixiinwid T,IE ST0CK 0p
Japanese Goods & Corios
Lately on exhibition over GoiiPalvcs &
Co.'s Store has been iciuoved to tho
Robinson Block, Hotel Street,
(Opposite Bethel Street),
Where the Proprietor will be glad to
sec his friends.
New Coods Opened 1
SQy- The Stock Is on the ground iloor,
no staireasc to climb. :tl0 tf
FOR SALE I
THESE Lots, varying from one-half
to seven-tenths of au acre, are ad
vantageously situated, being just beyond
the Park, and lying 'between the Dia
mond Head road and the sea. Govern
ment water is laid on along the front of
these Lots on the i oud. The beach is of
soft white sand, and the reef is famous
for delicious fish of varlou kinds, which
Of the ten original Hots Nos. 1 and 2
have been sold and 1) aiid 10 are reserved
by the owner, Mr. S. 1J. Dole The
other six Lots are offered for sale at the
lipid price of 8800 apiece. When bids
have been received for three or more
Lots an auction sale will be held. Lot 3
has been bid,for, leaving live Lots un
approprlatcd.V Tho title is fee simple, and terms arc
cash, or one-half cash and the balance
on mortgage at 8 percent for one or two
years. Deeds at the expense of pur
chasers. t& A chart of the Lots is on exhibi
tion at my Salcsiooui.
COT These Lots are marked by
corner stakes, giving the numbers.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
I herewith appoint Mil. M. GOLD
BERG, Agent for tlio sale of my
Geuulno Sanitary Underclothing iu
the Hawaiian Islands. Beware of
PROF. DR. G. JAEGER.
Stuttgart, the 19tu of September, '00.
A FULL ASSORTMEMf JUST ARRIVED.
Dry Goods Store
Uouinu Btreet, ubovo Ftclfio Hotel,
Has Eeceivod por S. S. "China"
A LOT OF
Algreat vuilety and extremely
Whuu you Wane a Portrait
Enlarged e.illon King Bros,,
got thoir pi ico liHt and hl-o
muitnles. Tlioy can' I bo boat
THERE WAS AN
This lillk sketch
purchased mul which
make, it a
time nVomised : it is one
our business. If you come in
for instance, late this aftern
HAWAIIAN HARDYARE CO.,
Foil street, oppo. Spreckels' Rank, Honolulu.
The Agency for JAYNE'S
FAMILY MEDICINES, so long
held by our house, has been
transferred to Messrs. BEN
SON, SMITH & CO., to whom
all orders should be
CASTLE & COOKE,
Honolulu, H. L, Feb. 4, 1892.
B. F. EHLERS & CO,
OO FOKT f'X,K,Eli;T.
After taking Stock we offer supei lor values for
CHENILLE PORTIERES, FKOS1 f0.50 UPWARD,
JLjacliois' Se Jliiltlren'e Growsamer
AT ALL STl'LES AND PRICES.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFfrS.
SOCKS AND SCARFS AT COST.
ES Dressmaking under the management of MISS K. CLARICE.
Dress Goods !
A FULL ASSORTMEN
104 Fort &t
Latest Ddsips ii sum! nil Plaid Dress (Ms,
All Woo? Camelette in all Shades,
A FULL LINE OF COLORS IN
Ms feiliiii, Caslion am Helta Glottis,
Figured Chiilles & Silk Striped Ohaillos.
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF
Fancy Striped Flanaels & Flannelettes.
COME AND SEE OUR
STRIPED & PLAID WORSTED COMBINATION SUITS, TRICOT &
FINE CLOTHS FOR RIDING HABIT.
JJ" If you arc in search of Dress Materials come and examine our
immense assortment before making your purchases elsewhere.
HOLLISTER & CO,
109 Fort SStreet.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
t&- NEW GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER. -XS
MISS M, von GERICHTEN,
IPijinist Ac fcoloiwt
Teaches tho Higher and Lower Rudi
ments of Miulc. For fuithur Informa
tion bumbo ut Hawaiian News Co.'s
Stove, or call Mutual Telephone CU3.
OLD WOMAN, ETC.
"&. s. r-t
a family going for goods
h-jcn sent home as promptly
point to deliver everything at
of the thimrs that has helped
a; - . 1 buy a set of llaviland,
'n on can use it for dinner
less than former prices in every
V CAN IJE FOUND AT
roe i, Honolulu.
W. T. M0NSARRAT,
(SrOUlro at Hotel Stables, Hotel
sheet. HutU Telephones 32. Rosldeiuxi;
Mutual Tel. CIO. deo 10-01