Newspaper Page Text
,, , . ,B , p. wwwmiww'i v
- fc. i T""" '
gKKKggggBKtSM9WTm ' " "
HHn BY AUTHORITY.
K MEMBERS OF TAX, APPEAL
Commissioned by the Minister or Finance
tor the Year 1892.
HUo-C. E. Richardson,
District Puna U. Rycrolt, W. Kamau.
District Kou 0. Macomber, J. C. Senrlc.
District S. Kona G. Kaeo, Moses Bar
rett. District K. Kona D. Namatiu, George
District N. Kohaln J. McGulrc, F North
rop. District 8. Kohala F. Spencer, T. W.
Dlstillt- Hamakua H. Hall, M. P.
District N. Hllo Jns. Matoon, D. Ka
District Hana J. L
District Wuilukt J. T.
District Molokai nnil
Lyons, W. K.
Cockctt, L. K. Kupihca.
District Lahaina L. M. Baldwin, Peter
District Makawao E.
Dayld P. Eldridgo.
District Walmea and
Conant, D. Kua.
District Hanalei E. T. G. Bryant, L,
District Kaualb.au E. Liudcmau,
District Koloa W. G. Smith, Kel. -i.
District Lihue H. D. Wishard, Josia
District Honolulu W. F. Allen, J. T.
District Ewa and Waianae A. J. Camp
bell, J. It. Holt, Jr.
District Waialua Jas. Gay, Kaiatka
waha. District Koolauloa Jas. Corwin, Jas.
District Koolaupoko Jas. Olds, It. 11a
kahalupa. , t E. C. MACFARLANE,
' . Minister of Finance.
FinaneoDepartmont, October 31, 1892.
TENDERS FOR BEEF CATTLE.
Office of Tire Boakd ok Health, 1
Honolulu, December 13, 18U2.J
Tenders will be received at this ofllce un
til WEDNESDAY, January 4, 1893. at 12
o'clock noon, for supplying tho Leper Set
tlement on Molokai with:
1-Qood Beef Cattlo weighing not loss
than 350 lbs. per head when dressed.
2-Fat Beef Cattle.
Tho Cattle are to be delivered at the
Leper Settlement in good condition at an
average of 00 head per month, more or less,
for the use of the Board from January 1,
1893, to June 30, lb93.
The tender for Fat Beef Cattle must be
for the price per pound when dressed, anil
that for Good Beef Cattle must be per heau.
The hides and tallow are to bo the pro
perty of tho Board.
All the bids must be marked "Tender for
Supplying the Leper Settlement with
Tho Board will elect which tender to ac
cept, and does not bind itself to accept the
lowest or any bid.
By order of the Board of Health.
President Board of Health.
698 Gt-51 3t
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-registered
prior to July 1, 1893, or thoy will be
forfeited, and can thereafter be appro
priated by any one.
Registration on Oahu shall bo made at
the Interior Oillce.
' On the other Islands it shall bo done at
the Offices of tho several Sheriffs.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ofllce, Dec. 2, 1892. 589-tf
Owing to the drought and scarcity of
water, the residents mauka of Judd street
are requested to collect what water the)
may require for housuhold purposes before
8 o'clock A.M.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Sept. G, 1892. 516-tf
J. W. KELIIKOA, Esq., has t lis day
been , appointed Notary Public for the
Third Judicial Circuit of the Kingdom.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior,
Interior Ofllce. Dec. 28, 1802. 010-3t
OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FilOM AND AFTEH OCTOBER 1. 1602.
A.M. l'.M. I'.M.
Leave Honolulu. .0:15 8:45 1:45 -l-.Mi
Arrive HonoullulI.7:20 0:57 2:57 5:35t
Leave Honoulluli..7:30 10:13 3:43 5:42t
Arrive Honoulu.8:35 U:D5 4:55 0:50t
Pkarl Oitv Local.
Leave Honolulu 5:105 ....
Arrive Pearl City 6:188 ..
Lea vo Pearl 01ty..Us55
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
1 Sundays ejeeptod. j Saturday only.
8 Saturdays excepted,
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Entablished for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, DEO. 28, 1892.
THE ADVERTISER'S VULGARITY.
Yostonlny u kind of hybrid com-
muniontion was inserted Hi a prom
inent placo in tho Advortisor, for duo
notico of which thoro was not space
in the Bulletin of that date. It was
written as an editorial, but, no doubt,
the editor was ashamed to assign it
the place of honor in his papor. Tho
writer for obvious reasons refrained
from signing his name to n scurri
lous pioco of vulgar composition.
Wo cannot hold tho editor alto
gether blameless if, even during a
season of unusual happiness, ho suf
fers such offensive utterances to (Io
dic tlio journal uudor his charge
When illustration is borrowed from
Chinese restaurants or tailoring
shops, it proves tho writor to bo a
thinker of no roiino'mont. Whou ho
speaks of tho Queen and her associ
ates as tho "palaco gang," ho stamps
himself as ono who has all tho will
to bo offensive without tho wit to bo
However, the article and its writor
would bo quito bonoath tho notico
of decent journalism", woro it not for
tho fact that tho Advortisor habitu
ally lends itsolf to tho publication of
malignant indecency. Tho torm
"boodlo crowd" is another example
of gratuitous insult hurled, presum
ably, against all those who diffor
from tho Advortisor and that small
knot'of eccentric gentlemen who, for
purely disinterested motives, have
persuaded themselves that, as they
say, tho future of Hawaii lies in
closer relations with tho United
i States. It woud bo a very easy task
to sift the patriotism of this little
band of peculiar people. And tho
result would bo that possibly it
might be shown that tho sacred lust
of gold may bo found as strongly de
veloped amongst them as among
thoso of whom such insolent
mention is made. It might bo
proved that they
office for personal
thoy have left office
ed their interests,
when it suit
have exchanged ono office for an
other for motives not purely unselfish.
We will not apply to such conduct
of "the soundest and ablest mon of
tho countrj'" tho ofTonsivo opithot of
boodlo-ish, but eccentric gentlemen
should implore thoir representative
editor to consider thoir feelings
when criticizing the political con
duct of the majority.
But yesterday a gentleman who
has recently returned from the Coast
was asked if ho could assign any
reason for tho groat falling off in
tho number of tourists. Ho did not
hesitato to say that it was owing to
d feeling of uneasiness concerning
personal safety in Honolulu; and he
went on to say that the articles in
tho Advertiser had wrought much
mischief in this direction. Thoso
articles are laughed at in Honolulu
where tho papor is known, but abroad
thoy aro read seriously and aro sup
posed to reflect tho actual situation.
Yo think the Advortisor has done
incalculable injury to this commu
nity. It has spread abroad rumors
of insecurity and grounds for fear,
whore none existed; it has lent its
support to every movement hostilo
to order. It has offered insult to
thoso in authority and hold their; up
to unmerited ridicule, it has striven
hard to pull down and level with
the ground all existing institutions,
and has, with an influence springing
from ignorance, deprived this coun
try of a, host of tourists whoso arri
val amongst us would have brought
thousands of much needed dollars.
is always an acceptable prosont for
Christinas. Tho Pacific Hardware
Company havo just oponod a lino of
pictures comprising monochromes,
artotypos, photogravures, Randall's
and Guorin's, photographs, panels,
cabinet frames, medallions on glass,
pastels, steel engravings, etc. Their
linos of Mouldings comprise tho
latest patterns, and picture framing
is mado a specialty.
An assortmont of Cornice Polos,
Brackets and Trimming, always on
A number of pictures woro sold
tho day thoy woro opened, and tho
continued demand is reducing the
Mr. J, P, Blaizo, an extensive real
estate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped ono of tho severest
attacks of pneumonia while iji tho
northern part of that stato during a
recent blizzard, says tho Saturday
Review. Mr. Blaizo had occasion to
drive several milos during tho storm
and was so thoroughly ciiillod that
ho was unable to got warm, and in
side of an hour after his return ho
was threatened with a severe caso of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Baizo
bontto tho nearest drugstore and got
abottlo of Chamberlain's Cough JJo
medy, of which ho had often heard,
and took a number of largo doses.
Ho says tho effect was wonderful and
in a short timo ho was breathing
quito easily, Ho kept on taking tho
medicine and tlio noxt day was able
to como to Dos Moines. 5lr. Blaizo
regards his euro as simply wonderful.
For sa.e by all dealers. IJonson,
Smith it Co,, Agents (or tho Hawai
Weimksday, Dec. 28, 1892.
Tho Assombly convoned for prayer
at 9 o'clock. Koll call showed but a
dozen members prosont. Tho read
ing of tho minutes of tho previous
mooting was not commenced until
9:25. Minutes were approved as
Hop. Smith desired to know the
status of tho engrossing of the Ap
Secrotary McCarthy stated that
tho bill would bo read' for presenta
tion to tho House by noxt Tuesday.
Rep. Smith said that ho thought
that tho work night bo finished lo
foro then by putting on moro clerks.
Ho thought that tho House might
bo prorogued by noxt Tuesday.
Under suspension of tho rules No
blo 1'ua prosonted a nuinbor of peti
tions from various districts in tho
kingdom praying for a now Consti
tution. Tabled for consideration
Bop. "Waipuilaui offored a resolu
tion that the Assembly moot every
ovoning, except Saturday, at 7:30
Bop. Kanealii said that tho Houso
was now attempting to accomplish
moro business by sitting an hour
earlier each day. Ho considered
that solf-prosorvation was tho law
which should govern in this case,
and tho members should look out for
thoir health. Evening sessions
would bo apt to impair tho health
of some of tho older membors. Ho
thought that if tho hours during tho
da' woro properly occupied all of
tho business on hand could bo fin
ished. If tho resolution was favored
ho would move amendment by hav
ing it take offoct after Tuesday.
Now Voar's was tho great" Hawaiian
holiday and tho members should
have opportunity to fortify' them
selves to celebrate it property.
Bop. Waipuilani said that it was
not in his own interest but of many
members in this Houso that ho
brought in tho resolution.
Bop. Nawahi was not in favor of
tho resolution. It was not tho cus
tom in this country to work very
hard. Bop. Smith had said that
noxt Tuesday was tho day for the
Assombly to bo prorogued; ho re
garded tho statement as a pioco of
unmitigated cheek. Ho considered
that it would bo well to make this
an historical Legislature and con
tinue over to 1893.
Bop. Smith desired to remind tho
member that tho rest of tho Assom
bly had not had tho same six weeks'
vacation that ho (Nawahi) had on
J03'ed. Noblo Young And tho additional
Furthor discussion ensued, ending
at last by a vote being taken on a
mnf.irm in nrlrr.f nnrcinrl 17 4-r. liX
...www .v ..v.uu wuiwi;.., j.1 i,j J.V.,
and night sittings will now bo hold
until tho close of tho Session.
Noble J. M. Horner moved that
Bill 07, relative to Registration, be
taken up after discussion on Bill 95
was ended. Carried.
On motion tho Unfinished Busi
ness came up, bringing forward for
consideration Bill 95, rolating to tho
providing for the holding of a Con
Tho Assembly resolved into Com
mitteo of tho Whole, Bop. Nawahi in
Bep. Kamauoha favored tho adop
tion of tho report of tho minority of
tho committee, which had had tho
bill uudor consideration. There was
no danger of any complications with
foreign powers in tho attempt to
mako a now Constitution.
Noblo Young said that ho could
not see how any member of tho
House could conscientiously vote for
this bill. Ho quoted the oath which
members took on taking their seats
and that was, in brief, to support
tho Constitution. Article -17 of tho
Constitution provided for amend
ment as did also Article 82. Ho also
opposed the bill on account of tho
enormous expense which would bo
incurred to put tho measures into
operation. Ho thoreforo moved that
tho committeo riso aud rocoinmoud
that tho Assembly adopt the major
ity report ol tlio committeo.
Noblo J. M. Homor said that tho
Constitution now oxtaut was tho ono
to bo recognized as tho fundamental
law. It is tho foundation of tho
stato. Under tho provisions of this
same Constitution wo can go on and
amend and do it in a constitutional
manner. Thoro is only ono othor
way and that is by revolution. He
believed that ovon if tho proposed
bill was passod it would bo uncon
stitutional. Rop. Kanealii questioned tho right
of tho lato King to personally pro
mulgate, as ho did, tho Constitution
which was now existing. Ho claimed
that tho prosont Constitution was
only -tho result of tho work of a
small body of pooplo who had
banded togothor and forced tho
document down everyone else's
Noblo Pua favored tho bill and
hoped it would pass.
Rep. Edmonds said that it had
boon stated that ono way to got a
now Constitution was bv revolution.
Ho was opposed to all acts of vio-
lonco. Thoro was only ono proper
way and that was as laid down in
tho Constitution. Ho was opposed
to tho bill prosonted.
Rop. R. W. Wilcox said that tho
talk about a now Constitution com
menced about election time. It was
ono of tho planks in tho platform of
his party, tlio Liboral part', and ho
did not propose to abandon his prin
ciples nor tho party which had elec
ted hint, Tho people want a now
Constitution or also tho old one
amended. Tho stateuiont is mado
that ovon if this bill was passod it
would bo declared unconstitutional.
That would bo nothing now; many
laws had boon passod by Legislatures
which had aflorwards beon declared
unconstitutional. It is current talk
that somo of tho members of the Su
premo Court had a finger in tho
making of tho probunt Coubtitutiou.
Ever sinco this Constitution had
boon promulgated tho nntivo pooplo
had boon dissatisfied. That leoling
was shown by tho largo audionco of
Hawaiians now prosont. Many havo
takon tho oath to support tho Con
stitution so that thoy could voto,
but thoy woro novortholoss dissatis
fied. riMio King had a right to pro
mulgate tho Constitution, but this
was a forced ono. Ho then related
his position abroad at tho timo of
tho revolution of 1887 and his recall;
tho necessity which was forced on
him of sending his wife and child
back to their homo in Italy, the
journey causing tho death of his
child. Ho spoko of tho revolution
of July, 1889, and said that, at that
timo, if it had not been for tho vacil
lating of tho lato King Kalakaua,
who should havo given him assis
tance with somo of tho Household
Troops, tho prosont Constitution
would havo beon abrogated and
King Kalakaua would bo alivo to
day. Ho did not to-day seo any way
clear to obtain a now Constitution.
Bop. Kauuamano spoko at length
in favor of tho bill.
At 12 tho Committeo rose and
took recess until 1:30 p. m.
Two Probata Casern Tho
Justico Dole has filed a decision
striking from tho calendar tho ap
peal of tho defendant in tho caso of
William Norton vs: Tho Fashion
Stables Co.. on tho ground that no
appoal bond had boon sent up from
tho Police Court with tho papors. A
bond was filed when tho omission
was discovered, but tho Court rules
that tlio bond must always accom
pany tho appoal. Curtor for plain
tiff; Potorson and Croightou for de
fendant. In the matter of the ostato of
Jonathan Austin, deceased intestate.
Justico Bickorton has on hearing
ordorod that letters of administra
tion issue to E. Oscar Whito under
$1G,000 bond. H. E. Cooper for
petitioner. Tho heavy bond is duo
to a largo trust fund hold by tho
Justico Bickorton has ordorod ad
mitted to probate tho will of tho
lato David L. Steward, and lottors of
administration to bo issuod to tho
motlior, Mrs. Catherine Steward,
without bond, tho will exempting
hor from a bond. Mrs. Steward is
Chiof Justico Judd is re-hoaring
tho petition of voluntarj bankruptcy
ot w. Jti. .AlUricn tins altonloou.
Peterson for petitioner; Hatch for
objecting creditors. Tho petitioner
is present. Honry Davis was the
first witness, giving his reason for
allowing credit to tho extent of $200
or .?300 to Aldrich. When tho latter
had got word of tho death of his
father, leaving him one-fourth of his
fortune, ho paid' an old scoro of $9.50
which had boon written off on wit
ness's books, an"d tolling of his now
resources promised tovgivo witness
his trade. , ,
CHARGE OF MAIMING.
Quinn Chows Off
About 10 o'clock this morning a
man named Tom Mullen camo to
tho Station with his loft oar chewed
off and blood dripping from the
part. Dr. Potorson was called and
dressed tho wound. Mullen stated
that his ear was' bitten off by Petor
Quinn, consequently a warrant was
issued for tho lattor's arrest on a
charge of maiming. Captain Ka
mana and two officers arrested
Quinn near the Bay Horso Saloon.
Ho was undor tho influence of liquor,
and near tho corner of King and
Bethel streets mado an attompt to
got away, so that he had to bo
thrown to tho ground. Tho cause
of tho trouble was as follows: Quinn,
who had a luau last night, went into
tlio .bay Horso baloon this morning
and made somo remarks to Mullen,
who being angorod throw a bottle at
Quinn. The bottle missed tho mark
and the mon flow at each othor.
During tho scufllo thoy fell on tho
floor, when Quinn bit Mullen's loft
ear cloan off, leaving just tho top
part. Tho mon had always boon
Gnomics and when they camo to
gothor would almost invariably havo
a sorap of somo kind. Quinn will bo
tnou in tho Police Court to-morrow.
Notice to tho Public.
The Honest People of Honolulu:
Tho Shirt Question is still in tho
minds of tho public and I wish to
mako a standing statement in regard
to tho Luning-Johnson matter. On
or about the 2d day of December a
lot of old shirts was loft in my ofllce
with instructions to ropair thorn by
ono signed Liming. 1 did ropair
tho shirts, and a few days lator this
mau Liming, accompanied by his
wife, called and brought another
shirt to bo repaired, and also asking
to soo tho first lot of shirts. I show
ed them and tkoj' woro both well
ploasod and said tho job was well
done, and told mo that tho China
mau would call on Monday and take
them to bo ro-laundried. This was
on Saturday previous to Monday
mentioned, and whou I finished the
last shirt 1 brought tho bill to
Luuiug at hjs office. Ho got oxcitod
but I did not scare, and I simply
told him I would like to collect
money for my work. Ho used somo
vory not worus aim saiu i liatl a
check to ask for my money thon,
and ho said ho would ruin mo, but
still I did not scaro. I told Liming
in presence of a witness that ho was
welcome to call at my place of busi
ness, whoro I have a room enclosed,
and ho could try on tho shirts thoro,
but ho would not do it. No doubt
Mr. Liming thought ho had dead
easy game, but ho was liko tho man
that foil out of the balloon ho was
simply not iu it. I will say this,
that in any caso I mako now shirts
and if thoy do not give entire satis
faction I will alter them, mako now
shirts, or rofund tho money. Can
any person do morel 1 will also
koop in ropair all shirts mado by mo
for two years free of charge, for 1
am as quiet as a lamb.
A. L. JoiIKbO.V,
Tho Shirt Maker,
Gorad Wio iu Doutchland.
IiOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mystic Lodgo will moot to-night.
Tho Legislature will not moot this
Tho stoamor W. Q. Hall reports
tho Volcano as vory active.
J. P. Morgan will hold an auction
sale of liquors at noon of Friday.
Another cho fa fiond was fined $25
in tho Police Court this morning.
Tho Constitutional Convention bill
was killed this aftornoon-i-21 to 17.
Somo changes havo beon mado in
Mr. Lovoy,s notice of salo of seaside
J. W. Koliikoa has beon appointed
a notary public for tho Third Judi
Tho band concert at the Hotel this
ovoning will begin at 8 instead of
Hon. H. P. Baldwin roturnod from
Maui by tho stoamor W. G. Hall yes
Now is tho timo to pay Jim Sher
wood at Long Branch a visit thoso
Tho Marshal will sell houso lots of
A. F. Gonsalvos under judgment on
tho 25th of January.
J. F. Morgan will soil furniture of
B. S. Stevenson, Ohristloy Place, Fort
streot, at 10 o'clock Friday.
L. J. Lovoy will sell at auction on
Friday noxt a quantity of rattan fur
niture and rolls of whito matting.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. YVoathor
thick, wind calm; raining hard at
Waianao, Waialua, Waimanalo and
Tho decision on tho demurrer in
Brown vs. Spencer mentioned yester
day was by Justico Dolo and not tho
Court in banco.
lt is suggested that tho stoamor
Australia is delayed by "making a
first call at Hilo, as an experiment
for tho proposed now arrangement.
As reported yesterday Sam Fat
pleaded guilt' to running a distil
lory at Kalihi, This morning Judge
Foster sentenced him to pay a fino
Tho Hawaiian Dramatic .Co. ex
pect to put "Laiaikawai," a historical
play, on tho stage on Jan. 14. Tho
scenery is complete and tho costumes
A Chinaman named Ah Wo was
committed by Judge Foster this
morning to tho Supreme Court for
assaulting a ton-year old native girl.
Bail was fixed at $500.
Tho band will give a concert at
the Hawaiian Hotel this ovoning for
tho benefit of passengers by tho S.S.
Australia. To-morrow evening tho
band will play at Makeo Island, and
Friday at Thomas Square.
Jack Makuo was found guilty in
tho Police Court for interfering with
a police officer in tho course of duty
on Christinas Day, and sentenced to
pay a fine of $10 and bo imprisoned
at hard labor one hour. J. L. Ka
ulukou notod an appeal.
A turkey shoot took place at the
II. R. A. range on Saturday and
Monday. The distance was 200
yards, 5 rounds. Tho entrance fee
was fifty cents in groups of ton to
ono turkoy. Tho winners and tho
number of turkeys won are as fol
lows: F. S. Dodge, 1 turkey; W. A.
Wall 1, J. G. Rothwoll 1, Chas.
Everett 2, Jno, Kidwell 1, and Or
mond Wall 1.
See tho now Floral Sots at Benson,
Smith & Co.
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy. ha3 lots on Liliha
street for salo.
Porfumos in groat variety at Ben
son, Smith & Co.
Now ideas in Porfumos for holiday
presents at Benson, Smith & Co.
After shavincr use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 181 Fort street,
above Hotel. 'Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telophono 682.
Tho Honolulu Dairy havo put in a
Croamory will deliver fresh cream
morning or afternoon to suit cus
tomers. Mechanics' Home, 59 and 61 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, wook or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
aud $1.25 a wook.
Winter & Winter, Dentists. Office,
33 Boretania streot.
Gold fillings $3.00
Silver fillings 1.00
Tooth extracted 50
Easlorn Prices. Mutual Telo
NEW ATHLETIC OLTJB.
Will Begin Operations With a Wrest
Prof. Max Lohoido, lato instructor
with tho Honolulu Athletic Associa
tion, is getting up a now athletic
club for tho purpose of introducing
tournaments. Tho club will consist
of about sovonty-fivo members, and
tho roll is already nearly full,
Matches will take place tho first
of ovoo' month, and each mombor
will bo allowed tho privilege of
bringing ono friend. It is proposed
that tho first tournamont bo in wrest
ling, aud to tako place on Fob. 1st.
As uoarly all tho membors of Lo
hoido's wrestling class iu tho dofunct
association havo joined tho now
club, it is expoctod that somo rat
tling good matches will bo wit
nessed. Tho prize to bo offored will
bo a medal, to bo won threo times to
bo tho proporty of tho winner.
Wednksday, Dec. 28.
Am bk Coloma, Novos, for Hongkong
8tmr Mlkahala for Kauai, at 5 p in
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Hawaii for Laupaliochoo, Honohina
Cargoes from Island Porta.
StmrWG Hall 830 bags sugar, 30 bags
coffee, 94 bags awa, 10 hides, 21 head
cnttlo, 2 horses and 100 pkgs sundrios.
Stmr Ktlauca Hou 17 head cattle.
Forolfrn Vossols Expoctod.
S S Australia, Houdlotto, from San Fran
cisco, due Dec. 23
B S Alameda, Morse, from San Francisco,
duo Jan 13
8 8 Mariposa, Hayward, from tho Colonies,
duo ban. iz
Am bktno Irmcard.
Schmidt, from Now-
castle, N 8 V, duo Dec 31
Gor bark H Hackield from Liverpool, duo
Schr Hobt Lowers from Port Gamble
Am bkt Planter from Port Gamblo
Haw bgt Douglas from San Francisco
Vossols in Port.
USB Boston, Wiitsc, from Hilo
H B M 8 Daphno, J McArthur, from San
Ain bktno Amelia, Ward, from Port Town
scud Am 4-mstd schr Transit, Jorgenson, from
Am bktno S N Castle, Hubbard, from San
Haw Bk Manna Ala, Smith, from New
castle, N S W
Am bktno S N Castlo, Hubbard, from San
Br bk Velocity, Martin, from Hongkong
Am bk Albert. Windinc. San Francisco
Am bkt Discovorv, McNeill, San Francisco
Gor bk Bvlgla, Ploegcr, Hongkong
Am bk S 0 Allen, Thompson, San Fran
From San Franeiico ner bktno W H
mond, Dec 27 Mrs Bullore and daughter.
For Maul and Hawaii por stmr Claudtne,
Deo 270 P Wilder and wife, B D Bald
win, Capt Kimball, D D Baldwin.
From Hawaii and Maul per stmr W Q
Hall, Deo 27 Prince D Kawananakoa,
Hon H P Baldwin, Mons A Vizzavona,
Miss E Plemer, Mrs Sehroeder, J McDade,
T M Date. D II Kahaulclio, Mrs J Shaw,
Mrs J Kaimi, and 55 on deck.
H B M 8 Daphne received coal to-day.
Tho steamer Mlkahala will leave this
afternoon for Kauai.
The barks Bylgia and Velocity brought
several boats from Hongkong for sale.
Crows from tho Myrtle Boat Club aro out
daily for a spin around tho spar buoy.
The bark Velocity commenced discharg
ing tliis afternoon. She is lying at the old
Custom House wharf.
The four-masted schoonor Transit has
been hauled on the Marine Railway to
have her bottom cleaned.
McGREGOR In this city, Dec. 28. Miss
Mary O'Neill McGregor, sister of Cap
tain Alex. McGregor, aged about 38
EtF Funeral will take place from tho
Roman Catholic Cathedral at 3 o'clock to
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Borger, leader, will
give a public concert this ovoning
at tho Hawaiian Hotel, beginning at
8 o'clock. Following is tho pro
gram: TART I.
Overture King's Lieutenant Titl
Fantasia After tho Ball (now) Gillet
Saxophone Solo Auld Lang Syne (new)
Solo by Joseph Libornio.
Grand Selection Faust Gounod
Lipolipo. Malanai. Mahina Malamalama.
Solo by Daniel Moe.
Selection Tho Lombardians Verdi
Fantasia Cocoanut Dance (new) Herman
The Salvation Army Patrol (now) Orth
Waltz Greetings Labitzky
By Iiewis J. Lovoy.
AUCTION SALE OF
ON FRIDAY, DEO. 30th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I will sell at Public Auction, at my Sales
rooms, A Quantity of Rattan Furniture 1
Just landed ex Bark Bylgia;
Chairs, Arm Chairs,
Tables and Settees;
ROLLS WHITE AND COLORED HATTING.
TERMS CASH I
MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
MEMBERS OF MYSTIC LODGE NO.
2, K. of P., aro requested to bo present
at their Castle Hall, THIS (Wednesday)
EVENING. Election of Ofllcers and other
important business. PER ORDER.
HOUSE ON KINAU,
J1;, ii. niiwmi,
007-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
ROUBU ON MAKIKI iyrt,Ti
lor, Dining-room, 3 Bed
rooms. Kitchen, etc. Car
riage House, Stable and other Outhouses
on the premises. Tbepo promises adioiii
those occupied by Mr. Crelgliton.
003-tf ' J. M. MONSjI
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS BOUGHT
out the Chun Loy Kce Bakory Busi
ness, including Leaso of Building, Fix
tures, etc., at Kekuullku street. All claims
will bo bottled by Chun Loy Kee. Date of
sulo December 31, 181)2.
WX)-3t WO KEE 00.
By Jns. F. Morgan.
Household -:- Furniture
AT 10 O'CLOCK A
At tho resluenro of Mn. It. 8. BTEVKN-
BON, Ohristloy Place, Fort street,
I will sell at Public Auction,
Household "Furniture !
ONE UPRIGHT PIANO I
In Good Ordor;
1 Ash Bedroom Set
Mattresses, Mosquito Nets,
Single Beds, Coaohes!
Ico Box, Meat Safo,
Stovo and Utensils, Step Ladder,
Jas. :F Morgan,
ON FRIDAY, DEC. 30tli,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesrooms, I will soil at Public
Auction, to clo30 consignments,
Extra Fine Wines, Etc.,
From F. DERILLE & CO.:
2 Gases Cognac, 3 Stars
3 Cases Cognac, 2 Stars ;
3 Cases Cognac, Grand Fino Cham
pagne; 1 Caso Champagne Carto D'ors;
Sherry, Port, Red RMnewine,
California Clarets, quarts and pints;
iiuy, Aiuiuuuei, iuuuuiiu,
Wmes, Gutedel, Rieseling,
German Beer, St, Louis- Beer,
Eto., Etc., Etc.,
BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXECU
tion issued out of tho 8upreme Court,
on the 9th day of December, A. D. 1892,
against A. F. Gonsalves, defendant, iu
favor of J. C. Quintal, plaintilT, for the sum
of $330 30, 1 have levied upon and shall ei-
Bose for sale at tho Police Station, in the
Istrict of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, at 12
o'clock of WEDNESDAY, the 25th day of
January, A. D. 1893, to the highest bidder,
all the right, title and interest of the said
A. F. Gonsalves, defendant, in and to the
following proporty, unless said judgment,
interest, costs ana my expenses do pre-
List of p
nronertv for sale:
iVU of the richt. title and interest of A.
F. Gonsalves in certain house-lots together
with the buildings thereon, situate on tho
west side of Punchbowl street, in Hono
lulu, adjoining the Royal School premises,
beinc premises covered bv Anana 3 of R.
P. GU2, L. C. A. 2285, to Kuaumono Kamo-
hai, and duly conveyed to said A. F. Gon
salves, excepting therefrom a lot contain
ing .0" of an aero on the northerly corner
nerctoiore amy convoyea to Manuel cor
reia, subject to a mortgage of $1300 to the
Portuguese Benevolent Sooicty, dated
March 18, 1892, recorded in Liber 131, page
CHAB. B. WILSON,
Honolulu, Dec. 27, 1892. C10-4t
The following choice bit of word painting
occurs in nawiuorne s murine raun:
Women be.tuoy of what earthly
v mar. however eifted with intell
genius, or endowed with awful beauty, havo
always somo little handiwork ready to
v.can of every vacant moment. A
needle Is familiar to the fingers of them all.
A queen, no doubt, piles it on occasion ; the
woman poet can use it as adroitly as her
pen; the woman's eye, that has discovered
a new star, turns from its glory to send the
pousneu nttie instrument gleaming along
the hom'of her kerchief, or to darn a casual
fray in her dress. And they havfl greatly
the advantage of us in this respect. The
slender thread of silk or cotton keeps them
united with the small, familiar, gentle in
terests of life, the continually operating in
Uuences of which do so much for tho health
of the character, and carry olf" what would
otherwise bo a dangerous accumulation of
morbid sensibility. A vast deal of human
Hvmpathy runs along this electric line,
stretching from tho throne to tho wicker
chair of the humblest seamstress, and
keeping high and low in a species of com
munion with their kindred beings."
Housewives, while you ply the needle,
have you ever reflected on the vicissitudes
of life? See to it that your husbands pro
vide for tho future welfare of their families
by at once applying for a Policy in the
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SO
CIETY of the United States. No more
suitable gift could be offered to you.
BRUCE & A. J. 0AHTWRIGHT,
Goneral Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands,
Ecmitable Life Assurance Society of the
S. MAOATJLEY, .
Can be found, as usual, at his residence,
Alakea street, next to British Club, or by
message at C, E. Williams' store, Fort
All work guaranteed and visited a
second time. Prompt attention to all
orders. Tuned the Piano for concert of
Musin, the celebrated violinist. G03-2w
STAMP OOLIiECTOB'B NOTICE.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT HAS
placed his collection of Foreign
Stamps with the undersigned for disposal,
Thoso desiring to select from the above
collection can obtain sheets on approval
by applying to
GEO. W. BURGESS.
Terms: Not Cash. 608-2w
MRS. RODANET WOULD ASK ALL
indebted to her up to the end of this
year to ifettlo their respective accounts by
Jimuury 'JO, 169J. 008-lw