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llnnoliilu 1'IhhIiik Mill, u few lomn iiliovu
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Observatory 11101 iittiiu, or lull. 31 in. !(iee. of
SATURDAY, FEB. 20, 1892.
Htmr Ksinlii finni Wuiunae
Stin i' -I A Cummins from Koolutt
Sehr Laviulu for Iv.ilitiku
Am bk SO Allen, Thompson, for Snn
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Htmr Hawaii for Humakuu at 4 p in
Slim-Jus 1akoe for Kutiiil at 4 p in
Stmr C It bishop for Kahukit and Pnnu-
luu at 2 pm
Am bk Albert, Winding, for San Fran
cisco CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Simr Kaala 19(10 bags Ftigar.
For San Francisco per bk S O Allen.
Feb 20 Mrs mid Mis Jnhnsox and 3
Pallors of the wrecked bark Tamerlane.
The bark Albert will probably leave
for bun I'rancisco on Monday.
The bark S C Allen, Thompson mas
ter, sailed for San b'ruuoiseo to-day car
rying 20,451 bags sugar, weighing 2,391,
044 pounds and valued at 3(3, 13G..VJ.
The following are the consignors: G
Bicwer & Co, F A Schaefer 6s Co, T 11
pavles & Co, and Castle & ( ooke.
BfcTEAN In this rity, Feb. 14, to the
wife of James I. McLean, a daugh
ter. PEDI, K In this city, Feb. 19, to the
: wife of Thos. Pedlar, a son.
I'll meet you nt tho UruiiMvick.
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p. J. MgGaktiiv has lots on Lilihu
street for sale. U-tf
Button Holes niado to order at No.
i 'Guillen Lane. 7-tf
TiiKliruiibwiuk aru thoonly Billiard
Purlors in town. (i-tf
Aftkii t-having ino Uiti'iimhor Skin
Tonic. Beiibun, Smith & Co., Agents.
' W. M. Cunninoham oilers $10 re
wnrd for tho return of u Gordon better
StiNiitiitN relieved at once liy Cu
ctimher Tonic, llunton, Smith & Co.,
J. N. AJ-moiiT, Little Britain, has
noiiio very' valuicblu' dairy sloek, also
California mules and vehicles, for
If you want to savo timo and
money buy your furniture, etc,, ut tliu
I X L, corner Nuuiinu and King
Found tho plnco to buy new in
lei'o'htl l'miid iivlliliiro of all kii'lds ;
nei'onti iiuiul tivuituru ot all killds at
mv jiriccb, tho 1 X L, corner Niiunnu
and King stteet.
Dui.toioiia coij'oe ui( ohoeotyto will
ho served cvpry morning early at tho
Valaep leu Cream l'ailms, Liulwigsou,
& Oron, Hotel street. 1-tf
"Tahi: Jieop!" advises tho Hawaii
an Huulwuro Co, to the public, Not
the way the hoys me doing under the
circiiB tent, however.
Gkt your hoots and sIioob made
anil rufmircil by tho old Wuiltiku
shoemaker, L. Toeuuies, on East
Hotel street. Fiist-eliibs woik, low
Bkdkoom sets, watdrobes, ico boxes,
stoves, ehaij-f, hanging lamps, vugs,
bureaus, (iheO'oniers, etc., Bold cheap
tor cash ut tho I X L, corner Nutiauu
ituil King Btrout. 5-2w
Tiik Occidental Hotel, Kan Fran
cIbco, Cal., a favorite honso with Isl
anders, has lately added a largo num
ber of single rooms with baths at
tached, which will bo let with or with
lMcturo Frames innilo to
or'ilor from lsitot stylos of
mouldings. Itonoytit ion of
old nicluru- a specialty.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
STWtr.ot'TicoN exhibition on Tuesday
Diamond 11i:ad, 12 in. Worn her,
dii..ly ruining; wind, light woit.
Mux. unci Mi.n Johnson were pussim
gets on the Imrk S. U. Allon lor Sun
Tun steamer Kitiun with Iho Kuy
inond tourists on board will imive to
morrow illuming from tho Volcano.
Mil, Wruy Taylor's next oigitu ro
uhiil will tuko plnco next TliniMliiy
evening ut tliu Kuuinukiipili Church.
Tin: chnrity hunt lo bo given by the
Queen Dowager will tnko place ut'thu
Borctiinia shoot Armory, this day
Do NOT fail lo attend the bund con
cert at Kiiitim Squato this itftetnoon
and hear about those wild waves and
Mit. Hitman, the favorite minstrel,
will appear at the Opera House with
his banjo on Saturday evening, the
Tin: band concert at Einm.i Sqniire
this atleriioon ptoinibi's to be an in
teresling one. Tluco popular Eng
lish songs nro to bo sung.
Owino lo the wet weather the Itoyiil
Havaiian band gave a concert at the
Hotel yestei day evening, instead of
in tho open air at Queen Emma Hull.
It is a coincidence lo bo noled that
a short and sharp tempest of ruin
occurred this morning at tho same
hour as tho furious down pour of yes
Monday, Feb. 22, will bo George
Washington's birthday. Tho day will
bo generally celebrated by Americans,
in commemoration of the birthday of
tho "boy who nover told a lie."
Tiik five Chinese, Ainu and four
others, who were anosted for assault
and battery, have com promised with
their victim and have been discharged
fiotn the custody of tho police.
The dredger will bo in trim next
week, work having progressed favor
ably so far. It is proposed to try tho
plant before the departure of the S.
S, Australia for San Fmncihco.
The schooner Ku Hue Hawaii re
turned to port yesterday after a long
absence. Sho plays the part of tho
mysterious schooner very often, but
thero is not much mystery left with
Ai'ai, a Mongolian was convicted in
the Police Coin t yesterday of a crim
inal assault on a gill under fourteen
years of ago, and was sentenced to
imprismeut at hard labor for eight
The entertainment Tuesday even
ing is by tho Y. M. O. A., the Camera
Club assisting, instead of its being by
tho latter institution, as some have
been given tho impression by the
G. V. Houohtaimng has secured
judgment against the Marshal for
possession of goods attached by the
latter on a writ of attachment issued
by John Nott on II. K. Aki & Co. The
pluiutitr also secured $15 damages.
Mk. J. Porter Boyd, successor to A
V. Richardson, American Vice-Consul
General, ib expected to arrive from
San Francisco on tho S. S. Australia,
duo next Tuesday. Mr. Boyd's term
of oflice does not begin, however, un
til next April.
The Y. M. C. A. will hold evangel
istic services to-night in Bethel Hall,
Bethel street, mauka of Castlo iV:
Cooke's store. Seats free. All wel
come; young men, sailors and work
itigmen especially invited. Song ber
vieo begi.is at 7 :-'K) o'clock.
II. R. II. PltlNOK Kai.anianaoi.e
celebrated his twenty-tifth birthday
yesterday wi h a luaii at Honuakuha,
I'unchbowl street, the Queen Dowa
ger's residonce. A few invited friends
wore present and helped the young
prince to commemorate the occasion.
The romaiuiug bailors of tho bark
Tamerlane, recently wrecked on the
Puna coast, Bix in number, will be
sent to San Francisco -on tho barks S.
C. Allen and Albeit. This deparluio
of Vice-Consul Kichurdbou's charges
relieves him of a heap of responsi
bility. Pekhai'S by tho Australia there will
ariive some of the most famous lan
tern slides in tho world. Tltoy aio of
the most notable scenes of Scotland
in both history and in modern devel
opment. These views will bo exhibit
ed publicly under tho auspices of the
Scottish Thistle Club.
A I'oiieion paper contains the fol
lowing: "Tho famous salt hike of
Aulia Puukui, near Honolulu, occupies
tio crater of un immense tula couo,
whoso eject a cover several square
miles', iui( uio especially remarkable
for containing numerous aggregations
of crystalline grains of (lino olivine,"
'j'ho name is Wulju Paakai.
TOLL ON THE PALI.
According lo tie story of Kaliuhu,
one of a party of twenty fishermen
who uainc across from Koolati with
their catch to-day, tho rond Itiua
working on tliu repairs to tho Pali
road hay made u toll road of Unit
thoroughfare. When the fishermen
reached tho summit where the wash
out occurred, the hum refused lo let
them pass unless they paid him in
coin or fish. They contributed a
dollar's worth, of lol mid weo gra
ciously allowed to prooeed on tho
A FISHING BOAT CAPSIZES.
A Bell telephone report reached
this olllce shortly after noon to-day
to the effect that u fishing whale boat
had capsized off Jiuiugiul, lleud.
Later Information, roceiypd said that
the occupants of tho boat had righted
her again and were hailing her out.
Tho boat was on her way frotn, Molo
kui to Iqwii (lsl (or tho market,
and it is presumed that the fish have
all been lost.
Held In SI. Andrew's Cathedral on Behalf
In spite of the presaleiico of rain
till Hie afiernooii and the going down
of the sun amidst threatening ulouds,
llieie was u goodly-sized congregation
in St. Andrew':" Cathedral til the
charity choral service yestordav eve
ning. The slate of lite sky and lite
roads, however, prevented the Queen
from fulfilling her intention of at
tending. Governor Cleghorn, Major
hobettson, Iler Majesty's Cham
berlain and Mrs. Uobeitson were
in ilie royal pew. Major J. II.
Wodchouse, British Commissioner,
lions. C. K. Bishop and W. F. Allen
Tho service wits held tindet the aus
pices of the Church Choir Guild of
London. It was conducted and in
toned by Hev. Alc.v. Mackintosh, and
Ming by the following choir: So
pranos Mrs. E. D. Tenney, Misses
Dora Dowselt, S. II. Patch, Kuln
mutiu Waid, Ivalio McC-rew, Lnni
Atkinson and Edith Mtst: Altos
Mrs. Dr. Campbell, Misses M. von
I loll, Maill Nowleiu, Ethel Wode
hotise nud May Atkinson ; Tenors
Messrs. T. May, lion. C. P. Iatikeu,
O. E. Smithies and T. E. Wall;
Basses Messis. T. H. Walker, T.
.M. Starkey, S. E. Pierce, Charles
Cro.ier and F. M. English, B. A.
Mr. Wray Taylor, F. C. C. C, inii
nipulaled the organ with his usual
Following was the order of service:
Hymn 1GG. "All people that on
cm th do dwell."
Tallis, Festival Kesponses.
Proper Psalms CXXXIV. to dou
ble chant. Chipp (in E fiat.) CL.
lo single chant. Savu.e (in C.)
Magnificat. Ebdon (in C.)
Nunc Dimillis. Ebdon (in C.)
Atilhem. "The sun shall be no
more thy light by day." IJev.
To Deuni. Dudley Buck (in B
Sermon. Rev. Alexander Mack
intosh. Hymn I'M. "llark the sound of
Organ Poslhtdc. Hallelujah Cho
Solos were taken by Mrs. Tenney,
Mrs. Campbell, Miss von Holt, lion
C. P. laukea, T. M. Slat key ai.d F.
M. English, being rendcied in keep
ing with grand singing of the choir
as a whole.
Hev. Mr. Mackintosh preached
from the text Psalm 101:3 "1
will sing unto the Lord as long as I
live: 1 will sing praise to my God
while 1 have tny being." lie said it
was a rapturous thought that they
could please God by singing to his
praise. Singing must be done from
the heart. The preacher quoted a
passage from Shakespeare on the
"sweet power of music." Without
analysing the powerful influence of
music over men s souls, ho contented
himself with saying that if, while
gratifying ourselves in its practice,
we arc fulfilling the highest duty we
have to pertoim on earth, we ought
to be of all creatures most happy.
He traced the course of music from
Tubal, son of Cain, through the He
brew age, down to the present day,
and described the Church Choir
Guild, whose object was to preserve
the sacred dignity of worship in the
service of praise.
In conclusion Mr. Mackintosh
made the following reference to the
object, of the offertory at that ser
vice: Tho grand and solemn strains
which you, dear friends, have listened
to to-night, were intended lo bring
to your remembrance one particular
saying of Our Blessed Lord: "Who
soever shall give to drink unto one of
these little ones a cup of cold water
only in the name of a disciple, rerliy
I say unto you he shall in no wise
lose his reward." Anything given
to the poor lo lessen the fearful
scourge ot poverty, and that given
with a Christliko motive, finds its re
turn in many ways known to the
cheerful and ungrudging giver. No
one can lay to the charge of tho Ha
waiian Islands that they suffer the
righteous to be forsaken, or his seed
to beg their bread. Only, dear
fiieudb, wo all hayc at this "timo to
make a special effort lo put our per
manent charitable institutions on a
firmer basis, tlieieforo I would ex
hort you to give freely while it is in
your possession, for the wealthiest
among us know not how soon they
will need a helping hand. Hemember
the uhorlalion: "Be merciful alter
thy power. If thou hast much give
plentcottsly ; if thou hast Utile, do
thy diligence gladly to give of that
little, for so guthoresl thou thyself a
good reward in the day of necessity."
And one more word from tho Swoot
Singer of Israel: "Blessed in tho
man that provided for tho sick and
neody, the Lord shall "deliver him in
tho timo of trouble,"
Tliu collection announced for tho
benefit of tho Briiish Beiievoluut So
ciety amounted to 8101.
Mr. C. W. Heed, proprietor of tho
Hotel Dellone, Omaha, one of the
finest new and modern hotels in the
west, says of Chamberlain's Cough,
Itcuicdy: "Wo have used it hi our
family for years with the most satis
factory result, especially for otir
children, for colds and croup. It can
ho depended upon ; besides it is
pleasant to tuko and secuib lo bo free
from chloroform and tho oily sub
stances put into many cough mix
tures." 50 cent and SI botlles for
sales by all dealers.. Uensou, btnitu
- Co., ngunta.
Leayo orders on slate, Boom 13,
Arlington Hotel, or at Ilobrou A
Newman's diugstoro. Telephones.;
-128 Mutual and Bell.
7-2 w W. 11. BENSON.
LIBERAL PARTY IN CHILE.
Washington, Jan. 21. The ItvUfat
mail from Chile brings news of tho
oiganizatioii of a Liberal party in
Hint country. During the, recent re
volution parly lines were entirely
In tho organization of his Cabinet
President Moult selected three of his
Ministers from cacii of the old par
lies, but tho Liberal party preferred
to retain its ancient organization, and
has promulgated the following plat
form of principles:
1. Tlu observance of the parlia
mentary regime established in the
Constitution and its perpetuity and
2. Local government uulonniny.
!i. Bespect for electoral rights and
absolute non-intervention of public
functionaries of all classes in elec
tions. 1. Maintenance of civil reforms.
fi. Subsistence and improvement of
education provided by the Slate.
(1. Economy in public expenditure,
and a proper proportion between tax
ation and the necessities of the esti
mates. 7. Proforent utlenlion to the devel
opment of National industries.
8. Improvement of the condition
of (he working classes by promoting
saving banks and societies for limning
money at a low rate of interest, and
by the dillusiou of industrial educa
tion. !). To further the re-establishment
of a metallic currency.
10. Reorganization of tho National
Gum d on a democratic basis.
11. Boforin of tho petty courts, pro
viding thorn with remunerated and
ANCIENT TEMPLE PILLAR.
Boston, Feb. 1. Tho Museum of
Fine Arts has just received the finest
pillar of an ancient Egyptian temple
which has ever been transported lo
this country, and this and its com
panion, now in tho British Museum,
are the finest from any Egyptian
temple which has ever been removed
from Egypt. The Boston one, se
cured from tho Egypt Exploration
fund by Key. Dr. W'. C. Wtnslow of
Boston, Vice-President of the fund
for America, is from Hakhencusu of
the old Egyptians, and Heraclcopolis
of the old Greek historians. The
city was the capital of Egypt in tho
ninth and tenth dynasties. The
column is broken into three pieces,
but can be set up to have an almost
perfect appearance. The ornamen
tation of the capital is in imitation
of palm leaves. The chiseling on
the column is of pictures of King
Barneses II. sacrificing lo Ilorus, one
of the Egyptian divinities. The
column is nearly seventeen feet long,
of polished red syenite -granite, and
in an excellent state of preservation.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOOll MATS. DOOR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality ; lettered
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain
Cocounut Mats, a desirable assort
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. JCS?" Call and examine our stock.
The hotel season at the Florida
resorts has opened up and the num
ber of guests is unusually large.
A BiC SCARE
Usually bus soino foundation to start on.
It Is always advisable, however, to ho
prepared for emergencies. .Smallpox Is
a terrible scourge; spreads rapidly by
contagion or infection, and pi oves fatal
nearly always. The doctors appreciate
tho importance of vaccination ami we
judge a great many are lulhieneed by
lliiir medical knowledge, and are taking
thN necessary precaution.
V had sonic Vaccine Ylnin arrive
by the last steamer. We boliovo this Is
the llrit lot that has come since the
smallpox so.uo" and 1.- the only fresh
Yaeclii'' to bo hud In the realm.
A special induce
inent Is offered you
to lay in u stock of
choice Toilet onus
at wholesale price.
Colgate A; Uo.'s
Soaps have uwoi Id
wide imputation for
bolug one of the
hi si grades uuuiii
vou're under thu
Impression that nil
theso soups are ex-pen-lvo.
siirpilsed to learn
soiue ol Uii'so good toilet ;oups are, If
you huvu been using u cheap grade sonp
un tho score of economy you won't In
I'luuho unto that this iminillccut offer
expires next TUEbDAY, Feb. lid, and
until then It will bo our snap week and
you can buy good toilet soup cheaper
than ever before.
Drop In while waiting for u cur and
view our Soup ilNpluy and cuny away
some of tho sweet odor, if nothing more,
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO,,
j i ti to-J I HT
Curoui' I'-ovl v vlii i-itrootH,
' HE adjourned annual meeting of thu
1 hhaiehiildcrs of Iho llonokuu Sugar
Company will lie held on WEDNES
DAY NEXT, tho !i I ill lust., at 10 a. M.,
ut tho olllce of F. A. Schuufer it;. Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, I6a. 34i),S,(
ASI'KCIAL meeting of tho shiuo-holdoi-
of tho Pmlllo Stigur Mill
will be held on WKDNBnl) V NK.YT,
tho tilth Instant, ut '1 v. M., ut tho olllce
Honolulu, Feb. I'J, IbUJ. 31U Ct
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TAKE A PEEP !
Not through the keyhole hut ulk in boldly and see what wc have.
You probably think you know through our advertisements, but you haven't
a sottpeon of an idea; we cannot tell you half the different things. These
ads are merely invitations, though we f.rqucntly invite your inspection of
our II AVI LAND CHINA and FISCHER'S GANGES. We have two floors
and three warehouses filled with goods sun.ible to your wants.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprcckels' Bunk, Honolulu.
Society of the
Liabilities, 4- percent
New Business Written in
Assurance in Force
The 32d Animal Statement will be issued hereafter; in
the interval the foregoing- figures will .show approximately
the chief items of the account.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Ajrent for Hawaiian Islands.
Gentlemen Attention !
BEAD THIS AND IT WILL GIVE YOU X POINTER.
UI.LAUNDRIED SHIRTS. Come and sec the rc-enforced
Unlutindried Shirts that wo are selling for CO cents.
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. We have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
MEN'S SOCKS. Ail immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal
briggan, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that wo arc selling for 25 cents a pair.
MEN'S NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-IIand and Ties of all kinds.
t5y See our White P. K. Scarfs that we are selling 2 for 25 cents ;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, 3 for SI, they are good value.
Men's Battling Trunks & Suits. Trunks & Valises of all kinds.
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT !
lOO Vovl .Street.
fly- On and after the 1st day of April, we Intend to do n strictly CASH busi
ness. All outstanding bills we wish paid before that date.
Our Clearance Sale will Continue until April 1st.
Gloves, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Embroidery, Laces, Ribbons,
Notions, Silks, Satins, Surriilis, Wool Dress Goods, Cotton, Sheetings,
Linen, Ciiriuhn, Portieres, Ucd Spreads, Hugs, Hoys' nud Clout's
Clothing, UuU, (straw and felt), Cap, Trunks, Hug,
VulifOo, I'olUrn, Cuffs, Slihls, Underwear, Etc.
ZQt" Call and see for youivulf the liberal discount wo mo offering for CASH, &
HOLLiSTER & CO.,
lOJ) Fort Street.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR THE LEADING
larNKW GOODS V KVEUY STEAMER. -X
le Lsfe Ass
' $ 25,000,000.00
1SU1 $230, 000, 000. OO
$S00, 000, 000. 00