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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, JAN. 24, 1893.
Tui-sdai, Jan. 21.
Am t-niMtd ihr V F WiUoman from New
castle, N 8 W
TuhsinY, Jan. L'4.
Am bk S C Allen, Thomp-on, for San
Stmr Miknhala for Kauai, at 5 p in
Kttur Likelike for Maui
Stmr Ivvalaui for Kauai
Stmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p m
Vessels Ioa.ving To-morrow.
Stmr l'elo for Makavveli
For San Franci-co per lik & (' Allen, Jan
IM-Mi-ej Edith Holbum, G McArry, J S
Harvey and Clias Econuid.
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr Kinau,
Jon 24 For Volcano: J A Davis and i F
Hamersdcy. For v ay ports: D Kekuevwi,
It llv croft, Col J Baker, Miss Ada Jones,
A f Richardson, l)r E A l.undy, K V
Curtis, E Kaufman, Mr Shorey, T C Wills,
S Manuka, Mr Lindsay, Miss Lindt-ay,
Kobt More, Chas Williams, Hon G 1 Ka
mauoha, Henry Smith, Hon K M Koahou,
wife and daughter, Miss F Keaheihou, J K
i iiauu, HUB UBU 11UUUU, una IZd k 1JUW 1II1U
child, J W Mason and family, Henry Vlda,
Miss Mitchell, Mr l'arkor and 30 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
HUMS Kongo from San Francisco, due
S S Australia, Houdlette, from San Fran
cisco, due Jan 25
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Am sehr Aloha, Dabel, from San Trail
Cisco, duo Feb 5
Am 4-mstd s-ehr Alice Cooke, Penhallovv ,
from Newcastle, X S W
Am 4-mstd sehr Puritan, from Newcastle
N S W
Gerhark H Hackfeld from Liverpool, now
Haw bk Lady Lampson from Newcastle,
Haw bk Lcahi, Nelson, from San Fran
cisco, due Jan 30
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 23
Am ship Honolulu from Newcastle, N S W
Am bk Eclipse from Nauaimo
llr bk Taeora horn Liverpool, due Jan ISO
Vessels in Port.
USB Boston, Wiltse. from Hilo
Am bkt Irmgard, Schmidt, from New
castle, N S W
Am bkt Planter, How, from Port Town
send Am bk Sonoma, Anderson, from San Fran
cisco Brigt W G Irwin, McCullouh, from San
Britbk Siottish Wizard, from Newcastle,
Bktne Hilo. Ballister, from Newcastle,
4-masted schooner Carrier Dove from Na
iiftimo Am bktne J Smith from Newcastle, N S W
The steamer l'elo is ill learn to-morrow
for Makawell with coal, bhe is receiving
it at the O. it. .t L. Co.'s w harf.
Tho stcumer Hawaii will leave for OIo
wulu,Hukuluu, llouomu and Luupahoo
lioe on Thursduy.
The bark S. C. Allen, Captain ThoinpMin,
left for the Golden Guto at 2 o'clouk this
afternoon with tho following shipment:
"Sl'lbags sugar, T. H. Davles A Co.; .17IK)
bags sugar. ( astlo it Cooke; "00 bugs su
gar, F. A. Schaofer it Co.; 11,515 bags hu
gar, C. Brewer it Co. Weight of largo.
2,3117,00011)1. Donientio value, 101,078.5-'.
Tho Hawaiian Band wiil give
a public concert this
Thomas Square, beginning at 7
o clock. Following is tho program:
Overture Hungarian . ., Dehi
Polka Tho Cavaliei Fahrhach
riuule llellsarlo Donizetti
Selection II Tni lata Vtidl
Itcmlnisccnccs of Weber. Godfrey
Patrol Mount Uunrd . Ellenherg
Walt)! Blue Danube . . rltrauxd
Gulop-llltaud Miss llerve
Tho Indies.' lint reform is prof'ro.ss
iii(,'. At tho ClioHtuut-Htroot Upura
houso, l-hilutlilhiu, on tho uighl
Hiiui'oodiiifr Chrintmns, thirty-four
vvoineii ut lintleHs, ut thu 1'ark
twenty-four; nt tho Hroad-Htreot
tvveiiiy-tM) woio coimidornto oiioiil;i
to luavo their iiumitinuiittil hoadyear
lu thu drosniiiK-rooiiiH.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho stroots aro muddy, and no
cantoniors in sight.
Oilskin coats havo boon got for
tho night military patrols.
Two passoiigors loft to-day on tho
steamer Kinau for tho Volcano.
S. M. Graham is doing clerical
work for tho Captain of tho Day.
Tho Sons of St. Goorgo hold thoir
regular ivookly mooting last ovoning.
Tho S. S. Glaudino is six days out
to-dny from this port for San Fran
cisco. Ofllcors of tho Porluguoso Bono
volont Society aro published elsewhere
Captain Rico, of tho tug Elou, is
confined to his houso with an attack
Queon streot, from Alakoa to
South slroot, is now patrolled by
Another tremendous downpour
took placo last night. No serious
damages is reported.
Col. Jno. T. Bakor of Hawaii re
turned to-day by tho Kinau after a
brief visit to tho Capital.
No judicial business was done to
day, oxcopt tho swearing of Govern
ment officials to allegiance.
Cigars and cigarettes aro among
tho supplies to the camp, but pro
bably tho users pay for them.
The marinos from the U. S. cruiser
Boston had drill under tho now
market building this afternoon.
Hons. G. P. Kamauoha and K. M.
Koahou and families loft for their
homos on tho Kinau this afternoon.
Tho four-masted schoonor Chas
P. Witzoman, from Newcastle, N. S.
W., was tulophonod oIF port this
The army of tho Provisional Gov
ernment hold a general muster at
tho Government building at 7 o'clock
last oi ening.
Tho proposed raco between tho
champion Healanis and tho Myrtles
has already created excitement in
Miss Edith Holburu, a passenger
by tho barkontino Hilo from New
castle, N. S. W., left to-day by tho
baik S. C. Allon for San Francisco.
T. C. Wills, tho well-known mer
Paliala, Hawaii, returned
home by tho
Kinau after a visit to
his wife, who is detained in town by
Itesidouts at Palama aro very
grateful for martial law, as it is tho
means of causing tho Chinese
Theatre to stop its devilish din at an
Blank forms of tho oath of allo
gianco are to bo placed at conveni
ent points down town for tho bonelit
of pooplo generally who nish to
take the oath.
An urn on a pedestal hown from
a Hawaiian rock by a Portuguese is
on exhibition in tho Pacific Hard
ware Co.'s show window. It is a
pretty sample of work.
Tho Weekly Bulletin has been
issued. It contains a summary of
all tho nows of tho week, and is
about tho best paper to send abroad.
Socuro a copy before it is too late.
There is a lake nearby tho whole
breadth of the roadway at one of
tho many crooks in Kakaako street.
Some attempted repairs a fortnight
ago ended with tho filling of a few
holes near tho Immigration Depot.
Mr. Goorgo Smithies, Registrar of
Public Accounts, who has been ery
ill tho past few dai's, is again able
to attend to his duties in tho Trea
sury Department. Ho has to tako a
carriage to tho Government build
ing. Tho band will give a moonlight
concert at Thomas bquaro this ovon
ing, beginning at 7 o'clock, half an
hour earlier than usual, This is in
order to allow pooplo attonding the
concert to got home before 9:150
Tho Chinaman who was found on
tho premises of J. Ward on Likelike
street without law fill excuse, was re
primanded and discharged by Police
Magistiato i'ostor this morning.
John was told to go to work or make
A gentleman remarked on tho
street this morning that one good
thing martial law is doing is keep
ing Chinese chicken thieves from
roaming about in their usual voca
tion. Ho ventured a hope that it
would bo kept up until after Chi
nese Now Year's.
A gentleman lost six chickens from
his residence at Aala last week. As
the Chinese joss house in the vicinity
had a grand heathenish celebration
next day, he has an idea that his pet
fowls hito gone to appease tho
wrath of some Chinese god.
Police Magistrate Foster rendered
jiidgmout in the District Court this
morning in the ciibo of Pahupii, I
charged with selling spirituous'
limiors (sweet beer) without a li- '
coiiho. Paliupu was sentenced to pa
a lino of $ItX and HVM costs. De
fendant's counsel noted nn appeal.
' New Railway Superintendent.
Goo, J', Bonibon nssuincH the
duties of Superintendent of tho I
Onhu Jiailvvaj & Land Couiiuiuy, in '
ulaeo of W. Ueo. Ashley, apiwiiitod i
Slnrrilnil of tho Hawaiian Inlands, I
.Mr. Douitiou is promoted from tho
position of Ahsibtant Superinten
dent, which ho has tilled with sntiH
fuetioii to tho eoinpauy and tho
Another neeident by n ilnt,'K,r "
tho hnmlHof nyoiuij,' lady amateur
in reported from dou n South. Sho
wanted to Im rwdiHtio an Bernhardt
Ih, mill ui n result tho iinfortiinato
vomit U ou his douthhod und hIio Ih
Notos of Procoodings of tho Councils
Furnished to tho Press.
Tho Executive and Advisory
Councils hold a morning and after
noon sossion on Monday, at which
sovoral important questions woro
Notification of tho appointment
of S. B. Dolo as President of tho
Provisional Government of tho Ha
waiian Islands is to bo seut to tho
Rulers of all foreign powers. ..
It was decided to organize- a
National Guard of four Companies,
ono Company to bo a peiinanont
forco under my, and three Com
panies to bo volunteers.
Ono of tho rooms now occupied
by tho Attornov-Gonoral's Donart-
mont will bo fitted up as a Council
Chamber, and tho Council will here
after hold thoir meetings in that
Tho printed form of tho oath of
allegiance required to bo taken by
all ollicials and employees has been
bound in blank books, which are
now in tho hands of tho Justices of
tho Supremo Court, Judges of the
Circuit Court and District Magis
trate Fostor, who aro authorised to
administer tho oath.
Tho afternoon session was occu
pied in making important appoint
ments. Tho following named gon
tlomon received their commissions:
W. G. Ashley as Marshal; J. H.
Sopor as Commander of tho Forces
with the rank of Colonol; John
Good as Captain, and Arthur Coyno
as First Lieutenant.
DEATH IN WEALTH.
Proposal to Restrict Paper Curroncy
for Foar of Cholera.
Washington, Jan. -1. Represent- i
ativo Outhwaito of Ohio has taken I
up and. in view of tho danger of a I
cholera invasion, will press vigor
ously a proposition to avert conta
gion from the frequent oxchango of
soiled papor money for now notes.
An investigation made has shown
that old greenbacks and bank notes
contain tho gorms of disease to an
unusual degree and there is reason
for apprehension of them as a
producer of disease. In view of
tho necessity for tho utmost pre
caution against the spreading of
choloia next summer Outhwaito
has introduced a bill directing
tho Secretary of tho Treasury
to make tho necessary regula
tions to secure the speedy and fre
quent redemption " of all United
fatatos paper currency and all na
tional bank notes which become
soiled, impure, unclean aud other
wise unfit for uso when presented in
'sums of not loss than S100, and for
tho preparation and issuo of now
United States paper currency in the
placo of such as shall havo boon re
deemed. Fifty thousand dollars was
appropriated to become immediately
available1, to enable tho Secretary to
carry into etToct tho provisions of
The Californian for January.
The Californian Illustrated Maga
zine for January has a good portrait
of Tennyson for a frontispiece
Nellie Blessing E3stor contributes
an article on "Barbara Friotchio," il
lustrated from photographs. It
proves that this heroine of Freder
ick, Maryland, made famous without
ovor knowing it by Whittier's poem,
is not a myth. At tho same time it
is made clear that she did not wave
tho ilag at the Confederate troops,
but for some time kept it Hying in
her dormonvindovv contrary to Gen.
Loo's orders to havo ovory Union
ilag hauled down.
Dorcas J. Spoucor has an illus
trated article on tho "Woman's
Christian Temperance Union," do
scribing its scope and work. (The
writer is mother of Chas. K. Spencer,
foreman of tho Bulletin printing
houso of this city.) There is an arti
cle on Tennyson, well illtihtrated,
and tho second ono on "Methodism
in California" appears. "A Homo in
tho South Seas," by Emily S. Loud,
describes life in Tahiti, tho papof
being embellished with artistic
views. "Alaska and the Reindeer,"
by Lieut. J. C. Cantwell, is piofusoly
A descriplioir of tho California
Academy of Sciences is sot olf with
pictures of tho exterior and interior
of the buildin-' aud porhaits of lead
ing members. "In this Honey Lake
Valley" is ono of thoso topical arti
cles that form a specialty of thib
progressive young periodical. For
tho rest of tho contents there are
stories, poems, special articles aud
ADVEHTISING NOTES. l
Oyhtor Coektttils at the Criterion
Hoot Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'k.
After shaving uso Cueumher Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at oneo by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith Si Co.,
Dr. Muhotiuan, 1)11 Kurt streot,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugicnl
casus. Mutual Telephone Vri'2.
Thu Honolulu Daiiy havo put in a
Cii'uinory will deliver fiosh cream
morning or afternoon to suit cus
tomers. Mechanics' Jlome, .VJ and (il Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
inont h 2oc. ami Wlc. a night; frl
and &l.-'r) a week.
1ki'oiiti.u fstnndiug between
Interior and Treasury ollices, with a
gesture tovvnid tho latter) "1 should
think this would bo a bad place for
tho soldiers to sleep."
ClIltK ClKHK Ilvh-ilMll. -"WhiJ
on lu'couiit of the driifl'
11. "Yob." , ,,
C U. l. "Oh, people would want
to sleep hero all tlm time If (liny got
that kind of drafts.
The fl.iij Hull, tin it iWkwJ by
carmri for CO cent per month.
SlilNQ AND ARROW.
Tho Portuguoso Turn tho Bport Into
Tho revolution of timo brings cer
tain seasons of games to tho boys,
big and small. Tho last ono was a
game known as "Knifey," although
files woro mostly used. Now the
bo3s havo caught on to another idea,
that of sling and arrow. Tho ar
rows aro nindo from shingles, with
The Portuguoso boys in tho coloiry
on tho slopes of Punchbowl havo
turned tho sport into a means of set
tling fouds. Tho other da thoy
lined up for battle, six on each side,
at twSnty paces apart, and started
in firing at each other. When tho
fray was over two young boys woro
badly hurt about tho head, hav
ing been hit, but luckily in a
slanting direction. There was a
largo number of Portuguese watch
ing tho proceedings.
A Tramp With d Taste for the Good
Things of Life.
Santa Cttuz, Decomber 12. Sovoral
weeks ago a tranlp was discovered
in tho country houso of Clans
Spreckols at A)tos, in this county,
vvhoro ho had been living for somo
time on the best tho house afforded.
Ho had appropriated a suit of clothes
and had prepared a largo bundle- of
plunder to bo taken away. AVlion
discovered ho lied through tho win
The samo tramp was afterward
discovered in tho vacant sumnior
resilience of Dr. A. Lilloincrauz of
Ho escajsed a
located near Aptos.
ain hatloss, leating
his plunder. Recently sovoral burg
lanes woro committed in this city
and a man was placed under arrest.
Ho jumped from tho courtroom in
tho second story and escaped again
hatless. This morning ho was found
in tho summer cottage of James
Pholan, near this city, where ho had
evidently been living, for sovoral
days. Ho was without a hat, but
was othorwiso well dressed when
caught. He throw up his hands at
once, showing that he was used to
From tho articles found it appears
unit no hati rohued the sumnior resi
dence of J. P. Smith in this city.
Improving the Water Front.
Captain J. A. King, Minister of
tho Interior, has supplied tho Road
Board with funds to ongago men to
repair roads on thocitv front. There
aro twenty-one men il natives and
10 Portuguoso engaged to-day in
scraping tho way near tho Fort
streot wharf. The city front has
been a disgraceful bog hole from
timo immemorial, after every down
pour of rain, and praises aro heard
everywhere that something is being
uono to improve its condition.
Tho money that is the root of all
ovil is tho 11101103 that is in another's
pocket. Bangkok Timet.
Buboar and Hosnier have signed
articles for a match on tho Thames,
to come off Januar 30lh. The
match is for i,'l(X) and the Sports
man challenge cup, valued at i.200.
X Kiel dispatch to tho London
Standard says: A Turkish torpedo
boat loft horo on November 18th and
has not boon hoard of since. It is
supposed she has been lost in the
At a charity bazaar in Vienna an
Englishman offored .$r000 for a sin
gle kiss from the Marchioness Palla
viccini. Ho got it, and planked
down a thousand-pound Bank of
England note to pay for it.
The historic chateau at Cirev.
France, where Voltaire once lived
has been sold to a wealthy French
manufacturer for half a million dol
lars. Tho purchaso includes tho ox
tensive landed e&tato.
hhe's swieter than the new-bloun ro-.e,
bhe makes men's hearts m pit-a-pat
Whene'er a (-lance at them lio throws.
.She's olajs dressed in titsti ful clothes;
And ( ne mid dignit) she shows,
l'ur when to see a plaj sho noes
She vvuirs a low-irowuul hat.
.Vri York Vf.
'"For tho past tvo or llnco 3ars I
havo boon .subjuet to enimpitij,' pain.s
in tho stomach," says Mr. V. A.
Baldwin, a hardware" merchant of
Eoonvillo, Dallas Co., Iowa. '"I havo
triod a number of different remedies;
tho best ono buin Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Itoiuo
dy. Ono or two do-os of it always
cures mo." Sold by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
J'OKTUiUTEhE MUTUAL DENE-
X lit boelutv of
Hawiul at its reuiilar
annual meeting hi Id on tho Hth day of
iJanuar), If I, elected tlm following of-liiirs;
.1. M. YIvus . . Presiilellt
J. (I. Kilvn Vieo-Presidiut
M. O. hilva.... , buietar)
A. (i. bilvu . 'IreaHiirer
no vim oi nun i niii.-.
Joan Pcruandex, C. de I'arla, J. de Fria-,
J. O. Hodrigius, .1. A. Quintal.
H 'lr.uigimdn, F. F. Dramo,
Medeiros, (I. Perelra.
M. 11. hll.VA, hceretar).
Honolulu, .liinuiir) h, l-'il. itlJ-'Jl
ANNUAL MEEl'INfl OF TUP.
ierman llinuvoleut hoeiniv villi lie
helil at tin olllee oi II iliiektelil , In , on
FKIDAV AFILUSOON, .Ian. SI, Ih'U,
at 'J o'l lock.
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea and Coffee
AT AM. IIOl IIS.
THU Kl.N'ISST JIHANDH OK
Cigars and Tobacco
AIAVAM1 ON 1UM),
EC, J. ISTOIjTffl, Prow.
For Coughs Sc Colds.
John F. Jones, Edom.Tcx., writes'
I have used German Syrup for the
past six years, for Sore Throat,
Cough, Colds, Pains in the Chest
and Lungs, and let me say to any
one wanting such a medicine
German Syrup is the best.
B.W. Baldwin, Carncsville.TeMn.,
writes : I have used your German
Syrup in my family, and find it the
best medicine I ever tried for coughs
aud colds. I recommend it to every
one for these troubles.
R. Schmalhauscn, Diuggist, of
Charleston, Ill.,viitcs : After trying
scores of prescriptions and prepara
tions I had on my files and shelves
without relief for a very severe cold,
which had settled on my lungs, I
tried your German Syrup. It gave
me immediate lelief and a perma
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey. U. S. A.
rptn:srAY nioht, January io, a
L Card Cii-i' (.Pocket ltook), lontainiiiK
Money and Papers; the Under will be lilici
allv unaided by leaving at the P.i'i 1 1 tin
LOST OR DESTROYED
Ctbltrll'ICATI'S XOh. r.7 Avn-.srou
'I wo hlimes in the Hliti-h Club.
lian-lei -tulil. If Mini 1 return to
w ai ilnti.
A FINE OENTLE
Mare and Phaeton
bien driven b a lad),
will be -old cheap. Ap
pl "X," P.tnm.s.
Hor-o. Appl) to
'Ut-.'t M. W. MtCHKSNl'Y .v. &ONH.
LAWN MOWI'KS TO LET DY 1'IIE
da), week or month- ltcp tiring,
Cleaning'and Hhaipening done; Duplu.ite
Pieces furnished w ben renin rid. M111I11111
dlled foi and returned. Al-o, Kepnring
0 inlen Ho-e in fact, can do am thing
niccss.ir) atouml the hou-o or -tible.
King up' Mutual 'telephone l2.
fl-tf N. V. DUIJOl'vs.
vrnilCE IS HEItEDY
i givi n that the follow-
lug de-cribed Annual will
IS'U, ut 12 o cloik noon, at llu- (iovi riiiucnt
Pound at Makiki:
1 Dii) Hor-o with white streak on fore
head, fight bind leg white, branded "III"
on left hind leg.
(lovcruiiiiut I'oiiudiua-ti i.
Honolulu, Jan JO, lb)!. ii.")-Jt
Honolulu Fire Dfpartneot
WlN(i TO '1
V of a Provisional (loiermiient for the
Hawaiian Islands and tho Declaration of
Martial I.iw, the Parade of the Dipirt
meut propo-ed to be held onhATUKDAY,
Fibruar) I, lh'M, ha- been put oil.
Dy order of the Chiif l.ngiuier.
(J8-it h'lerilar) II. 1 . I).
The following ehoiie hit of word painting
on urs in llawtiioriii's Mailile Faun:
" Women ho the) of what lartlih rani,
thev ma), however giftul with lntelhetor
geiuus, cir i ndow id w Ith aw fill lienut) , have
alwav--nine little handiwork ri.ul) to till
the tiny gap of evi ry vaeant moiiii nt. A
ueiille'i- familiar to thu linger- of tin in all.
A queen, no doubt, plUs itou oira-iou; the
woman poet ean u-e it as udroitlv as Ik r
pen; thu woman's eje, that has ili-iocrul
a new Htar, turns from its glor) to -end the
pollshul little instriiiiiuit gleaming along
the hem of her kerehief, or tnilarnaiii-unl
fray in her dress. And they have griatlv
the advantage of us lu this respiet, I he
Hleuder thread of -ilUor i ottou keeps them
uultid with the Hiiiall, familiar, gintlu iu
terestsof life, the loutiiiuall) opt rating in
llueuies of whleh do mi una h for the hi tilth
of the ihiiraeter, anil uiri) oil what would
otherwise he a ilungi rous aii'iiiiiulatioii of
morbid Hensiliillt) A vast dial of human
Hvmpathy runs along this elietriu line,
tretehlng from the throne to the vvlil.tr
t hair of the huiiililixi hiauixtri -s, and
kieplng high and low inn -pities of emu- i
miliiloii with theli kiiidrid linings." i
HousewiveH, while )ou ply the nudle, ;
luiiu )ou ever retltilid on the vii I itiuli s
of iifiW bee to it that vour hiiclunds iiro- '
vide for the futuie willaru of thur f.iliillic
li at oiKe aiiphiug fur a Polie) In tin
lJlMJITADLE LIFE AbSl'llVSCE hi)
CIETY of the I'nitul blates. No more
siiitiihle gift euuld hu olltied to )ou.
BRU0K & A. J. CAnTWRIGHT,
fieneral Agents for thu Hawaiian Isliud-,
Eiiiitahlu Life Ai-ntir.tueu boiuti oi the
D) A. M. DEll'EM OUItP,
Vi t i iniii v Siirgion nnd iKalerlu Hor-e,
corner Derct.iuia and Piiiiehliowl nt-.
fCT Miltllill Mehihotii .'177.
IIOl 11 'IDE. No tli
Corner Fort & Merchant Sis.
llai'k-i.iii be bud at an) hour of the da)
up In I.' o'eluek at lilulit, on terum
In bill! thu llmim.
Hacks nos. 33, 45, c?, 63, c7, to, 73, a7, isc
CO wilts 11 month
tiJ !- II
den Hole Bazaar
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Spectacles 1 Eye Glasses
TO SUIT ALL SIGHTS
19 AT CASH 1-lllCES -
Xf Dltllcult eases carefully tested by
the Patent Dioptric Kjemcter.
Lock Sl Chain Stitch. Combined.
Croquet Sets from $1.50 Up.
Bruce & A. J. Cnrtwright.
At Prices to Suit the Times.
THAT PI.EAbANT SUD
X urban Cottage on "Min
ami strut, udioiiiiin: the
re-uliniu of Mr. 'lhinnnsi
,surin-iin, tut el) appointed and with.igne
able -iirioiiuilnig-, -uitut to n -mall fiuiuh
ind within an i- rimove from the hi. it
of the City. Teriiis $ IS per mouth.
rpiIAT VERY DEMIS
JL able Ke-ideui e at pre--lut
ou'iipiid bv .1 tuns
l.iivcn- a honu -u.nl. -itn-
iiie on King -tnet uppo-ito the rc-idence
of )r. (3. 1. Andrews. Hou-o contain- i
l.irge Parlor, Dining-room, .1 l-irge Did- I
rnoiii-, Kiteln n. ite. Itoiiun .-jlubh s aud
S-rvanl's Uuaitirs in ion; onl 1U inin-
lite-' walk to the Po-t Ollii e. P
i ion I
gncii in M.uch, 1-)!.
1. and Well-nppint(d
Two-storv Druk itiilldillg
with Pfeii-ant (iround-,
fniinerl) the rtsulcmc of
Hart, -ituiito on Nuuauii
School street, 'terms eas.
the late II. J.
Avenue In low
NO IE Define -eiking or ilo-ing bir-gain-
el-ewhere, it will pi) ou to -can our
loluiun, and to at once consult the under
slgmd at their olllee.
tf"'v kiep property in tir-t-i la ioii
dition. Uur term- aie moderate anil a-landlord-we
will alwa)s bo found re i-on-tthlc
in our dulling-.
T Apply In aeh ta-e to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWIUGHT,
"C.irtwnglit Dinlding," Merch Hit -tnit.
To Lot or Xioaso.
i NICELY FUIIN1SH
2 id Hou-e nuir town.
I.lhiuire at Dt 1 1 1 n Ollne.
-pwt) V1CELY FUU
X ni-lir I Dooms, mi
tralh lot ill !. Inquire at
Dun I.TIN Olllee. .IM-tf
JEW HOl'bi: OF FIVE
room-, on Magazine
strut, with Il.ithroiiui, pit
i ill . 1 ., ete. Comiutiliils
ouuof tho lintst u ws in Honolulu. Apiih
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS
KH'I A(!E TO
V Mug btnet
lati Iv oi-
iiiplul b) Mi-. Filming,
eoulilluini; 'I wo lleilroom-.
Parlor, Diuingroom, Kiti hen and Dalli
room, also Mahle-, Carriage House aud
NiivjiiIh' Ouartir-i nasonablu nut. Ap
pl v to .1. F. DOVVLEU.
A NICE COl'IAdE ON'
Dintiiuia -tru t, near
Plikoi striet, eoiitaiiiing
Parlor, 1 Didroouis. Hath-
room, liiulugroom, l'antr) ami Km Inn,
hervan''-room, Curriiigi Houm', htalile.i te.
rrameiiis pass every 'M niiuiites, Aijily at
olllei of ihni paper. livtf
XJ F 7R. I C3- KC T
J.N flUUi) WUJ1H1NU UltDUI.
Ktr- Fur l-niJ!(iiiri or Iwiim apil u
JTJE iff, li wd
Wilder's Steamship Co.
8. B. Rosb, 8cc.
CaI't. J. A. Kmo, Port Bupt
Will lcnvo Honolulu at 2 r. .. touching at
Lahalna, Manlaca Day and Makcna the
same day; Mahukoni, Knvunlioo and Lntl
pahoehoc the follow ill) day, arriving at
Hilo at midnli'ht.
ltcturiiliif-; leaves Hilo, touching at l.im
pahoehoc smniedny; lOlvvaihao A. m. J Ma
huKoim 10 a. m.; Makena;4 p. v.; Maahiea
Day Or. m.; Lahaina.8 r. M.'the following
day; arriving at Honolulu II A. M. Wcdnes
dnj s and Saturdays:
AUUIVKS AT HONOLULU:
Wednesday -.. Feb. 1
baturdii, .... . . .Feb. 11
Wednesday i Fob. S
Saturday . . l. . . . Mar. 1
Wtdiiusday . . , Mar. 1"
baturdav.. . . ...v . Mar. 25
OTXo Freight villi bo received after
12 noon on day of palling. ""
DAVIES. Commander, '
Will have Honolulu cverv Tucdav at !i
v. M., touching at Kahitlul, Huclo, Hana,
Haiuoa aud kiiuhulu.
I'eturuing wilt arrive at Honolulu every
MP" No Freight, will be riiolved after
1 v. m. on din of -ailing.
Consignee- must be at the landings to
receive their Fiuight, a vie will not hold
ourselves responsible- after iu h Freight
hi- been landed.
While the Compan.v dill u-e due dili
getiie in handling I.ne Stoik, we decline'
ton lime anv respon-ibilit) inea-eof the
lo of -.line. "
The Coinpuiv will not be responsible for
, Mone) or.lewi'fr) unli-s placed in the care
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service,
For San-Francisco : -.
The New and Fine Al Steel Sle im-hip
1 Of the Oieanie Steaiiishtu'Couipunv will
be due at Honolulu from hydne) and Am k
laud on or about
And will leave for the nb'ove port with
Mulls mid Pa cnger-onorabout that date.
For Sydney and Auckland:
The New and Fine Al Stcul Steamship
Of thu Otc.tiili' hteainshlp Coinpili) will
be due at Honolulu, from ban trani i-co,
on or about
And will have prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for the above poits.
'Ihe underMgiled are now prepirid to i-sue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
XV For further pirtrculars regirding
Freight or P.iuge apjl) to
WH. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Occidental and Oriental S.S, Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
btiamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on tin ir win to the above
ports on or about the following dates:
Stmr. "China" Teh. 'M, lslU
Stmr. "tin lie" .. AjirJI II, UKS
For san francisco;
.Steamers of the above Companies will
eall at Honolulu on their wa.v from Hong
kong and Yokohama to the alnive port ou
or about the following dates:
btmr. "Cttv of Peking"
btmr. "Oceanic" .. .
Feb. s, Ih'U
March 31. IblU
Round Trip Tickets
TO YOKOHAMA AND RETURN $350.
For Freight and Pas-age appl) to
E. HACKFELD & CO.,
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from b. F.
Juu. IB . .
Ft b. -J. . .
Mur, .' .
for b. F.
. ,..Vl. 1
From ban Fraiuisco
From S)dney for
MONOWA1, Feb. 11
ALAMEDA. Mur. II
.Irrnr II until at it
MA It IPOS A. Feb.
. llnl'iilt'u it1... .
.MAUIPOhA,.Mji3(A MONOWAl, May -t
Store To Let!
Fixtures For Sale !
itf Impure ol
I 01IAS. J. F1BHEL. -