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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 25, 1893.
JVC .A. K. 1 3ST 23 NEWS.
Wniisi'sn.vY, Jan. 25.
S S Australia, Houdlette, from San Fran-
Stmr Waialealo from Lnliaina
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
"Wednesday, Jan. 25.
Stmr Pelo for Makaweli
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Waialealo for Lahaina and Hama
kua Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Waialealo 3035 bags sugar.
From San Francisco per S S Australia,
Jan 25 Win Bo Dell, Geo B Berger, Mrs J
O Carter, Master Carter, Capt Dougherty,
Miss Rose JCmmitt, Mrs Faireliild, Mrs T
It Foster, Miss K Gilloon, Mrs E Halstead,
child and maid, Mrs A G Hawes, O II
Heckor; F J Hcekcr and wife, H B Hitch
ings, W T Junghluth, Geo D Loud, Capt
Win Matson, Miss M I Potter, Geo A Rleo,
F A Stewart, J P Stowart, J C Sugg, Mrs
Wray Taylor and infant, W R Thompson,
Mrs Anna B Tucker and two children, R
W White, wife and son, Master White.
The brig Lurline left
mio on ttie nui mat.
Tho bark Forest Queen has been chart
ered to load coal at Departure Bay for Ka
hului. The bark J. O. Glade arrived at San
Francisco Jan. 11, 20 days, and the Albert,
the following day, 13s days, both from
The schooner Aloha, in command of
Captain Dabel, sailed from San l'rancisoo
on the 14th inst. for this port with an as
sorted cargo valued at ?32,O0O.
The American schooner R. W. Bartlelt
will leave San Francisco for Hilo tho latter
end of January with a cargo of general
merchandise in the Spreckels' line.
The bark C. D. Bryant and barkentiue
S. G. Wilder wore to leave San Francisco
for this port, tho Bryant about the 21th
inst. ana tne wilder about tnc -'UtU.
The steamer James Makee was lowered
from tho Marine Railway this afternoon,
and hor place on tho ways was taken by tho
Loluia. A spare shaft had been put in tho
Makeo in place of tho broken ono.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
The Myrtle Boat Club's bargo did
not arrive by tho S. S. Australia.
Tho band will give a concert at
Thomas Square this ovouing.
Tho S. Sr Australia did not see
anything of tho S. S. Claudino on
Mrs. J. O. Carter returned by tho
S. S. Australia to-day, looking tho
picture of health.
f Mrs. Tucker, a passenger by tho
Australia, is an artist and toachor of
tho piano from Oakland.
Purser Laurio J. Ryan of tho S. S.
Australia has tho thanks of tho Bul
letin for lato news favors.
Only tho Executive Council was
in session this forenoon. Tho Advi
sory Council joined it in conference
at 1:80 o'clock.
A special mooting of tho Geogra
phical Society of tho Pacific was to
bo hold in Union-squaro Hull, San
Francisco, on Jan. 2o"d, when Lieu-tonnnt-Commandor
Z. L. Tanner,
Uuitod States navy, commanding tho
Albatross, would toll about tho cable
surveys from California to tho Ha
waiian Islands during 181)1-92.
On December 2,'id, at tho Liver
pool Police Court, Robert Dunn, lato
mnto of tho British ship Boninoro,
was charged with wounding, with
intent to murdor, Captain Jenkins of
tho vossol while on the voyage from
Honolulu to San Francisco. Tho
captain gave evidence and tho pris
oner was sont for trial at tho assizes.
G. W. Muufarlauu has filed an
niiHwor to tho suit of Glaus Spreckels,
foreclosure on a lien. Tho amount
involved is $12U,:J11.07, represented
by stock of tho Wniknpu Sugar Co.
Tho nnswor is in oUitot that Bishop
& Co. held tho slock as collateral,
and that its transfer to the plaiutiiT
was null and void, owing to tho fail
uru to havo tho transaction recorded.
I LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Ffosh frozon oystors at the Beaver
Diamond Head, 8 p. m. Woathor
clear, wind light oast.
Tho noxt mail from tho Coast will
bo by tho S. S. Mariposa on Fobru-
bark Martha Davis arrived
Iloilo, Philippine Islands, from
Honolulu on Jan. 7.
Tho Pacific Hnrdwaro Co. will
hold a regular mooting on Tuosday
noxt at 10 o'clock.
J. T. Watorhouso has prosontod
tho Government with a $1000 bond
of tho Oahu Railway.
Tho Cramps have secured tho
contract for building tho now U. S.
cruisers Brooklyn and Iowa.
Mrs. Wray' Taylor and child ro
turnod by tho S. S. Australia to-day
after a brief sojourn at tho Coast,
A Chinaman named Johnnie was
fined $1 and $1 costs for furious and
hcodloss driving by Police Magis
trate Fostor this morning.
Sealed tondors are called by tho
Road Supervisor to bo in by noon
to-morrow for tho supply of certain
articles specified olsowlioro.
Tho U. S. Cousulato flag was plac
ed at half-mast to-day out of ros
ioct.to tho lato General Hayes, ox
?rosidont, and General Butler, ox
Govoruor of Massachusetts.
John Sheldon, editor, was called
to account by tho joint Council yes
torday for an article inthoHolo.mua.
Ho was told that articles of an in
flammatory nature would not bo
Thoro were rumors current this
morning that tho S. S. Australia
would leave oarlior than usual. En
quiry at tho office of W. G. Irwin &
Co. elicits tho fact that sho will
leavo as usual on Wednesday noxt.
It is reported that tho circulation
of the Nupopa Kuokoa, tho weekly
Hawaiian paper, edited by Jos. U.
Kawainui, has dropped considerably
during tho past few days. Its advo
cacy of annexation is tho causo
Charles M. Shortridgo, editor of
tho San Joso Mercury, who is well
known in Honolulu, has been cited
for contempt of court in publishing,
contrar- to order of court, tho pro
ceedings of a divorco case heard
with closed doors.
Tho following additional appoint
ments have boon made to tho regular
army: J. H. Fisher, Lieutenant
Colonol; George F. McLeod, Major;
W.W.Hall, Quartormastor; W. P.
Tilden, Ordnance Officer; Ira A.
Burgess, 2d Lioutonaut.
The Band will play at tho Govern
ment building to-morrow evening,
not at tho hotol as previously an
nounced. On Friday evening it will
give a concert at the hotol in honor
of the German Emperor's birthday.
Both concerts begin at 7 o'clock.
L. J. Lovey will hold a sale of
household furniture at tho residence
of Ford. Schlessingor, Piikoi street,
at 10 o'clock to-morrow. Some ox
collont furniture in first-class condi
tion will bo oirorod, an opportunity
householders should not miss. Tho
premises wore open j'osterday for in
spection. Marshal W. G. Ashley was intro
duced to the Police forco yesterday
afternoon at 5:30 o'clock by Attorney-General
W. O. Smith. Marshal
Ashley made a few appropriate re
marks, stating that it was not his
policy to make any changes, and
that ho expected them all to do
H. S. Tregloan, merchant tailor of
this city, receivod news by tho S. S.
Australia to-day of tho death of his
oldest son, Rev. C. H. Tregloan, of
Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. Tregloan had
been expecting his son on a visit for
some timo. Tho store at Fort aud
Hotol streots was closed to-day out
of respect to tho lato reverend gen
tleman. Tho British bark Scottish Wizard,
at present discharging coal at tho O.
R. & L. Co.'s wharf, has a happy
family on board. The captain is
accompanied by his wife and family,
and besides thoro are several pot
animals, including two monster
white pigs, two fox torriors, a mag
pie, a nanny goat and cats. It is a
pleasure, besides, to see tho mon at
work, thoy pull so well together.
Captain Ross, formerly of tho
Haytian Republic, who has gono to
Japan for tho purposo of taking
command of tho Zambesi and pro
ceeding with hor to Honolulu and
thenco to Portland aud tho Sound
with a cargo of fruit, otc, has carto
blancho, it is said, if he finds tho
Zambesi unfit for immediate service,
to bring instead any of tho numer
ous vossuIh now awaiting charter in
Tho Kapiolani Park Association
to-day olected the following Board
of Directors: J. Campboll, Cecil
Brown, Win, G. Irwin, W. H. Kick
ard, W. M. Giilard, H. J. Nolle, A.
S. Cloghorn, E. S. Cuuha, T. R.
Walker, Chas. B. Wilson and T. S.
Douglas. Tho Directors elected tho
following officers: A. S. Cleghom,
President; Cecil Brown, Vico-Prosi-dont;
Win. G. Irwin, Treasurer; W.
M. Gifl'ard, Secretary.
Tho ship Shenandoah from San
Francisco for Liverpool on August
80, in Int. HUO N., Ion. 122.!) ,
passed an abandoned ship on lire.
Ship was waterlogged; loaded with
lumber, looked like an American
ship; naino had been torn off tho
bow. The burning wreck must havo
been that of tho ship Win. A. Camp
bell, from which a boatload of sur
vivors reached thoso islands. Sho
was wrecked in Int. 11 and Ion. 122,
and was abandoned and sot on lire
on Augiihl 2rith. About containing
Captain Havener, wife and child,
anil eleven of tho crew has never
boon heard of.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
(San Francisco, Jan. IS, per
Blaine is still in n critical condi
tion. More than tho usual number
of lights wore burning in tho man
sion last night, which gavo rise to
reports that Blnino was not so well.
The Calumet club houso in Chi
cago has been burned, wit li a heavy
loss in works of art. It is feared
that Kittio McCabe, a servant, per
ished in tho flames.
J. N. Liming of San Francisco,
cruising in his yacht Alert, has gono
insauo and boon taken to Paris by
Nearly 800 talesmen havo boon ex
amined without gotting a jury, in
tho trial of tho cattlemen at Choy
The Navajoes havo driven out
every party of prospectors crossing
tho San Juan rivor? Utahjterritory.
Whitolaw Roid is to visit Califor
nia. A frigid spell reigns from Maine
to Florida. The Sound steamers for
Now York havo boon blocked by ice
off Whitestone, L. I.
President-elect Cleveland missed
tho suburban train for Lakowood,
and rode on a locomotive cab. Tho
engine broke down at half the dis
tance and Cleveland did tho rest of
tho journey in a sleigh.
At a great sale of trotting stock
consigned by William Corbitt of
San Mateo, Gal., to Peter C. Kellogg
& Co., Now York, John H. Shults
took tho young stallion Regal
Wilkes, 2:11:, for $1:5,000. Forty
two head changed hands for a total
of $(51,845, an average of $1172.
Col. Creed Haymond, a prominent
'lawyer of San Francisco, is dead, in
tho 57th 3'oar of his age. Sonio years
ago ho spoko boforo tho United
States Sonato committee on rail
roads, talking five hours a da' for
three da3-s. Tho effort of preparing
and making this groat speech undor
minod his health, the failuro of his
physical system dating from that
IIAWAII NOT IN IT.
Tho Louisiana State Lottery has
been granted a chartor from tho Re
public of Honduras and will re
move its business to that coun
try on tho expiration of its present
charter on January 1, 1891. Tho
concession is a monopoly of the lot
tory business for a term of fifty
years. Important features of tho
concession aro tho right, to lay a
cable lino and a grant for a oteam
ship lino from any ports on the
Hondurau coasts to airy part of tho
Tho Government of Honduras, as
a cousidoratiou for granting the
chartor, is to havo tho free uso of tho
cable and steamship lino and to re
ceive $1,000,000 in American gold
coin and a graduated percentage of
from 1 percent to 3 percent on tho
face value of all tickets sold bj- tho
Stephen M. Whito, Democrat, has
boon olected United States Senator
Tho committeo on tho signal ser
vice in tho San Francisco Chamber
of Commerce spoko favorably of the
now management aud advocated a
cable to tho Farallono Islands, to bo
a branch of tho Hawaiian and Aus
tralian cablo, . which Congress was
momorializod to aid in tho construc
Govoruor Murphy of Arizona has
gono to Washington to urge tho ad
mission of that territory as a State.
Three recounts aro still in progress
boforo tho Suporior Court at San
Francisco. O'Donnoll for Mayor
has mado somo gains.
SAD MISFORTUNE TO MUSIN THE VIOLIN
IST. A Dos Moines, Iowa, dospatch of
yesterday says: Ovid Musin, tho
violinist, who was in a wreck on tho
Northwestern railway near Story
City last Monday night, to-day
brought suit against tho railwav for
$30,000 damages, $25,000 for himself
and $5000 for his wife. Boforo the
accident Musin was a robust and
healthy man with coal-black hair.
Now ho is bent and broken and his
beard and hair aro almost snow
DEATH OF GENERAL BEN. BUTLER.
General Benjamin F. Butler died
at his Washington residence on Jan.
11th. Ho was in tho capital watch
ing a case in which ho was interested
iu tho Supromo Court. A few weeks
ago the case was decided against
him. His death created an imineuso
surprise, as it was not known that he
was ailing beyond ordinary infirmity
of ago. Gen. Butler was about 75
years of ago. His father, Capt. John
Butlor, fought iu tho war of 1812.
Gen. Butler's operations at Now
Orleans form an important item iu
tho history of tlio war between tho
North and tho South. Since the war
ho has served his country as a Con
gressman and Governor of Massa
It is stated the autopsy on the
body of General Butler showed the
causo of death was the bursting of
a small blood vessel in tho brain
caused by a violent fit of coughing.
All his organs wore in excellent con
dition, and but for this accidental
causo he would probably havo lived
many years. His brain weighed four
ounces more than that of Daniel
Webster, one of t ho largest on record.
i:x-i'iti:.sini:.vr haves head.
Ex-President Hutherford 15. Hayes
died at Fremont, O., at 11 p. in. on
the 17th. Ho was 711 years of ago on
October lth last. Mr. Hayes inado
a brilliant military record iu the
war. Thu contest over t lit presi
dential election iu 187(1, when a coui-
iniSMOii dee I a red liliu elected over
Tilden, is still fresh iu memory. His
term of office was marked by nothing
cholera Allowed to tars.
Engolb'ort H6og, a Gorman immi
grant, died On a train and his corpso
was loft at St. Paul. It was ascer
tained that tho causo of death was
genuine Asiatic cholora. Hoog was
from Baden, Germany, and in com
pany with four othor immigrants.
All had clean health certificates
from tho Now York Health Depart
A Paris special contains tho fol
lowing nows of treason and strata
goni of royalists against tho republic:
Paris, January 17. Tho officials
of tho Government will soon attack
tho royalists who aro plotting tho
overthrow of tho republic. Tho
Count of Paris is at tho head of tho
conspiracy, and his friends have been
working in Madrid and London.
The Government, through its spies,
is awaro of all tho moves of tho
royalists, and is prepared to chock
any demonstration. The Count of
Paris is not himself managing any
of tho details, and it is not desired
that ho should, but his loading rep
resentatives aro more active than
Tho royalist plan appoars to bo to
overthrow tho republic by somo
moans, no matter what tho moans
aro, and to foment and promoto dis
ordor in tho hope that tho French
people will turn to tho Count of
Pans or tho Duko of Orleans for
rescue or protection.
Thoro is no doubt that as far as
the oxtromo socialists are concerned
lawlessness is again in tho ascendant
and this exactly suits tho royalist
plotters. Dynamite, rioting and ter
rorism aro regarded as aids by tho
plotters. Tho fact that M. Andrioux
started to-day for London is looked
upon as ovidonco that ho is after
more ammunition and that, so farns
tho charges against tho Government
are concerned, tho original stock has
noon exhausted. j
Tho courtroom was not thronged
when tho trial of Charles do Lesseps
aud his associates was resumed to-1
day. Advocate-General Ran opened
for tho prosecution. He said that
out of 300,000,000 francs first obtain-.
ed throe-fifths was illegally disposed '
of. Tho capital of tho company was
so laid open to plunderers that in all i
700.000.(HK) francs was smiandored. '
besides tho sums expended in actual
ly carrying out tho legitimate objects
of tho company. Ho proceeded to
analyze and criticise tho sums paid
out in tho remuneration of the direc
tors of tho company, tho American
committeo and other high officials.
MORE TROUBLE WITH EGYPT.
Tho Khedive of Egypt has changed
his Ministry without having obtain
ed tho assent of the British authori
ties, who therefore deelino to recog
nize tho now Cabinet. Tho Khe
dive's action is believed to bo in
fluenced by Russia and France. Tho
British authorities await instructions
A hurriedly convened Cabinet
council was hold in London on the
17th. Tho unexpected call for a
conforenco caused a decided sensa
tion, and it was correctly conjectured
rthal action was to lie taken in regard
to tho sudden spirit of indopoudenco
displayed by the Khedive of Egypt.
A long telegram from Croinor, the
British representative at Cairo, was
received at the Foreign Office. Soon
after tho Russian and French Em
bassadors and tho German Charge
d' Affaires called upon Lord Rose
berry, tho Foreign Minister, and a
somewhat heated conversation took
placo. M. Waddington, tho French
Embassador, and M. Staal, tho Rus
sian Embassador, wore subsequently
closeted with thoPrimo Minister for
Tho Cabinet council rose at (5:35
o'clock, having resolved unanimous
ly to treat tho Khedive with tho ut
most firmness. Tho Ministers de
cided to inform him in a distinct
manner that his position as tho ruler
of Egypt depends upon tho good
will of Groat Britain, aud thnt'tho
British Government will refuse to
recognize tho reactionary Ministry
he has appointed.
It is reported that Cromer's mes
sage attributed tho action of tho
Khedive to concerted Russian,
French and Turkish intrigues.
Tho Cairo correspondent of tho
Dally News says: The British re
presentative had an audience with
tho Khedive this afternoon and pre
sented an ultimatum demanding tho
dismissal of the now Ministry within
twenty-four hours. The Khedivo
convened the Council and presided
in person. At tho Khedive s request
Fnkri Pasha resignod.
STARVING WORKMEN IN BELGIUM.
Two hundred and fifty starving,
unemployed workmen tramped
through heavy snowdrifts, n' dis
tance of thirtv-oue miles, from
Ghent to Brussels, to demand work
from tho various departments and '
also from the Chamber of Deputies.
A great crowd of city workmen mot
the delegation mid marched with
them to tho Ministry of Public
Works, On the way there tho mon
sang revolutionary songs and tliiv
temper of tho pnraders showed that
1 require but littlo to fan tho
of insurrection into an open
They had an audionco with
tho Minister, who promised to expe
dite the extension oi puuiic works.
Many of the delegation started to I
walk back to Ghent the same night,
and it was feared somo of tliuin '
would perish by tho way.
CHOLERA STILL ACTIVE.
A slight but only temporary panic j
wan caused on the bourse by a re
port that cholera had broken out iu
Halle, two hoiim from Berlin. A
telegram was received totally deny- (
iug this, but stating that there was ;
a cholera epidemic iu a iinidliou.se at
Xietlebau, where eight deaths had
occurred out of seventeen cases.
Seven deaths from choleraic dis
orders occurred at the lunatic asy-'
liim at Halle, l'riihsiau Saxony. Thu
cause has been traced to impure
WILL NO I' HAVE HOME Rt'LE.
I The Ulster unionists met yctor
i day to protest against homo rule for
Ireland. Tim .Marquis oi London
derry presided. The convention was .
culled, ho said, to show Great Britain
that tho mon of Ulster wore un
sworving in their devotion to the
causo of tho union. Among tho
sponkers wore Rev. Dr. Kane, grand
master of tho Ornngonion, and Presi
dent MncGeagh of tho Ulster Union.
Dr. Kano said it was tho determina
tion of tho men of Ulster not to sub
mit to home rule.
GERMAN RELATIONS WITH THE NATIVES
SET FORTH IN A WHITE nOOK.
The Gorman Government has is
sued a "white book" containing tho
diplomatic correspondence in regard
to Samoa from tho spring of 1890 to
Decombor G, 1892.
On September 0, 1892, the Gorman
Vice-Consul at Apia expressed to his
Govornniont tho fear of a revolt of
tho natives. The financial resources
of tho Government and tho muni
cipality, ho said, wore at tho lowest
ebb and tho position of tho author
ities was becoming untenable. Trade
had stagnated completely and tho
sources of rovonuo wore exhausted.
On December 5, 1892, tho German
Vico-Consul wroto that it was im
perative to disarm all tho natives, as
serious disturbances were imminent.
Despatches concerning Chiof Jus
Cedorkranz placo that official in a
very unfavorable light. From tho
first, according to tho Gorman Vice
Consul, the Chiof Justico refused to
confine his activity to the functions
of his office and had interfered with
tho whole administration. Ho was
always quarreling with tho foreign
Consuls at Apia and with tho Brit
ish and American settlors. Even
more recently, since ho has been
boon forced to gradually confine his
attention to his proper duties, ho
has provoked incessant complaint by
his tardiness in tho administration
of the law.
Baron Zouft von Pilsach, Presi
dent of the Municipal Council, is
treated as severely by the Vico-Consul
as is the Chio'f Justice. By ar
ranging to assign tho custom's re
ceipts to the Snmonu Government,
instead of having them drawn as
originally by tho municipality, tho
President, of the Council had involv
ed tho whole administration in such
financial embarrassment that it was
impossible to pay tho salaries of tho
officials. There were repealetl con
flicts between the Consuls and
municipality among other deplorable
results of tho President's activity in
realizing this and similar plans.
Tho book closes with a list of
amendments to tho Samoau laws,
approved at a meeting of Apians.
Tho Hawaiian Band wiil give
a public concert this evening at
Thomas Square, beginning at 7
o'clock. Following is tho program:
Overture Hunting .Schneider
Polka Love's Serenade Starke
Finale Bivouac l'etreila
Selection Komi of Castillo Balfe
Three Hawaiian Song.
Medley Italian Melodies
Putrid Tliu Chinese
Dunce Tho Aborig'ms . . .
Waltz Vienna Itouhons
. . ..Thiere
Allotting tho Billets.
Rumored appointments, mado or
projected, are as follows:
J. S. MeCandless, to bo Port Sur
veyor of Honolulu.
J. A. Magoon, to bo Deputy Attorney-General.
G. K. Wilder, to bo Deputy Mar
shal. S. S. Australia.
Tho steamer Australia, II. C. Houd
lette, commander, sailed from San
Francisco January 18, 1893, at 2 p.
in., with 35 cabin and 7 steerage pas
sengers, and 39 bags mails. Experi
enced lino weather throughout the
voyage. Arrived at Honolulu Jan
uary 25th, at 9 a. in.
''For tho past two or three years I
havo been subject to cramping pains
in tho stomach," says Mr. W. A.
Baldwin, a hardware merchant of
Uoonville, Dallas Co., Iowa. "I have
tried a nuinborof different remedies;
the best one being Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrluwa Reme
dy. Ono or two dosos of it always
cures mo." Sold by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agonts for the
50 cents a month,
Foroign VobsoIb Expected.
II I J Jl K Kongo from San Kriinei-eo, due
SKJIarlposa, Hayward, from Sin Kraii-
eiseo, due Kelt luth
Am bk O D llryant, Jacobsnii, from San
Kranclseo. due Keh loth
Am bklue S (1 Wilder, (Iritllths, from Sun
Kranclseo, due I'eb lith
Am schr Aloha, Dabul, from San Pram-Ken,
due Keb lth
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Krau-
Am M'lir Aloha, Dabel, from San Fran
cisco, due Keh 0
Am l-Mistil schr Alice Cooke, Pcnhnllow,
irom Newcastle, : h v
' Am l-iusld sehr Puritan, from Newcastle,
Hl.rjM iim.Ul.ia from Liverpool, now
Haw hk I .inly
imp-on from ewcastle,
: h w
Haw bk Leahl, Nelsor
el-en, due Jan "M
Mis bill Jlorniiig Star
from San Krau
iliie .May 'i.
Am ship Honolulu fmiii Newcastle, N S W
Am bk Eclipse from Nauaiiuo
Jlr bk Tacora from Liveipool, due Jim :')
VosooIh in Port.
IT SS lloston, Wlllse, fiom Hilo
S S AiiMialin, lloudlelie, from San I'ran-
Am hkt Irmgard, Schmidt, from New
castle. S 8 W
Am bkt Planter, Dow, from Port Town-
Am bk Siiiioina, Audurson, from Sail I'rau-
llrigt W (i Irwin, JlcCulloch, fiom Sail
llrit hi; Scottish WUard, from Newcastle,
N S W
llkluii lllld, llallisler, from Neweiulle,
N S W
l-maled schooner Carrier Dove from Na-
Am bklue J Smith from Newcastle, N ri W
V'i! Daily llnlletiii is thlireral hy
carrier for CO cii yer month,
A. Hcllanger, Propr. , Stove Foun
dry, Montngny, Quebec, writes: "I
have used August Flower for Dys
pepsia. It gave me great relief. I
recommend it to all Dyspeptics as a
very good remedy."
Ed. Bergeron, General Dealer,
Lauzon, Levis, Quebec, writes: "I
have used August Flower with the
best possible results for Dyspepsia."
C. A. Harrington, Engineer and
General Smith, Sydney, Australia,
writes: "August Flower lias eiTected
a complete cure in my case. ' It act
ed like a miracle."
Geo. Gates, Corinth, Miss. .writes:
" I consider your August Flower the
best remedy in the world for Dys
pepsia. I was almost dead with
that disease, but used several bottles
of August Flower, and now con
sider myself a well man. I sincerely
recommend this medicine to sufler
iug humanity the world over."
G. G. GKKEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, II. S. A.
rrMIK KKdl'LAlt MKHTINO
X Pacific Hardware Co.. (L'dl. will be
held at their olllce, on TUKSDAY
ill, 1SH.1, at 10 o'clock . m.
.IAS. CI. SPKNCKK,
Honolulu. Jan. '.'I, I Sill. ittVit
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT A MKKTIXO OP TIIK lULVItl) OK
Director of the K:iiolnni Park As
sociation held .lanuarv "Jl, 1MH, the follow
ing members of the Hoard were re-elected
to serve ax ollleer- of the A-wiciation dur
ing the en-uiiiK year:
A. P. Cleuluiru...
Wm. (I. Irwin
W. M. (lillard ..
W. M. UIITAH1),
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
IT THE AD.HHMiNEI) ANNUAL
i"JL Meeting of the Kaiiolani Pari; Ax-oi-elation
held on January lil, lS'.KS, the fol
lowing Stockholder were elected to s-erve
iw a lto.ird of Directors for the en-ming
Win. (!. Irwin,
W. Jl. (lillUrd,
A. S. Cleghom,
'!'. li. Walker,
W. H. ISiekard,
H. J. Nolle,
E. S. Cuiiliii.
Chas. I!. Wii-on.
For S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
A TTCrpT-?. A T .T A
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
i ou -i in: aovi: tout on
Wednesday, February 1st,
'1 he undersigned are now prepared to
iue Through Ticket- from this dry trrtill
point-, in the United State-'.
Tor further particulars regarding Kreight
or l'.i--age apply tu
Vm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
li-KWil tieneral Agents.
The following choice hit of word painting
occurs iu Hawthorne's .Marble Kami:
" Women he they of what earthly rank
they may, however gifted wilh intellect or
genius, or endowed with awful beauty, havo
alwas some little handiwork ready' to fill
the tiny gap of every vacant moment. A
needle is familiar to tho lingers of them all.
A queen, no doubt, plies it on occasion ; tho
woman poet can u--e it as adroitly as her
nen: tlio woman's eye. that has discovered
a new star, turns from its glory to send the
poii-iicu nine iiiMriimciii gleaming along
the hem of her kerchief, or todariia casual
fray iu her dreis. And they have greatly
the advantage of us in this respect. The
slender thread of sill; or cotton keeps them
nulled wilh the small, familiar, gentle In
terests of life, the continually operating in
lluences of which do so Hindi forthe health
of the character, and carry oil what would
otherwise he a dangcious accumulation of
morbid -eu-ilnlit,. A va-t ileal of human
sympathy runs along tills electric line,
ntietehing from the throne to the wicker
chair of the humblest m-amstrc-.s, and
Keeping high and low iu a species of com
munion wilh their kindred beings."
Housewives, while you ply the needle,
have jou over relleeted oil the vicissitudes
of life? See to it that your husbands pro
vide for the futuie welfare of their families
In at oner apphiug for a Policy in the
L'tH'll'AlH.I. LIKE ASSUItANCE SO
CIETY of the I'niied Slates. No moru
sllllablu gift could be ollered to m.
BnUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
(ieuer.il Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
Eillitable Life AsMiraiicu Society of thu
Mamu'ii'TI'iiimi Ji-.hki i. ii ami Watch.
Kill; ii I Jew
dry a sihvIiiIi). Particular
paid to all Und of repairs.
Jlolneriiy Jllouk, Kurt titled.
XuluarilM fur tht Daily llulltUn, 60
centt per month,
Golden Rule Bazaai
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Spectacles! Eye Glasses
TO SUIT ALL SIGHTS
r- at cash mines
Dilllcillt cap.s rarefiiltv tested bv
Patent Diootrie Eyemeter."
Lock & Chain Stitch Combined.
Croquet Sets from $1.50 Up.
Bruco & A. J. Cnrtwright.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
rpiI.VT PLEASANT SUI1
JL urban Cottage on Nuu
niiu Mreet, adjoining the
re.-iilelire of Jlr. Thomas
Soren-on, nicely anoointed aud with agree
able xurroiuidinu". cuited to a small family
and within an easy remove from
of the City. Terms $13 per month
HAT VEHY I) ESI li
able lie-idenee at ure-
-ent occupied by James
Love as a liomeMead, situ
ate on King -licet onnositc the residence
of Dr. (5. P. Andrews. House contains
Large Parlor, Dining-room, li I.arge Bed
rooms, Kitchen, etc. Koomy Stables anil
Servant's (iuarters in rear; only 10 min
utes' walk to the Post Ullice. l'osfe-'sion
given in Jlareh, ls'j:i.
iwo-storv Ilrick Jliiililuig
wiin i'ie:i-aut (rounil.
formerly the residence of the late Jl. J.
Hart, situate on Nuuanii Avenuo below
School street. Terms easy. (!ia-tf
NOTE llefore seeking or elo.-ing bar
gains elst-where, it will pay you to scan our
column, and to at once consult the under
signed at their olllce.
W We keep property iu fir-'t-ela-s con
dition. Our terms are moderate and as
landlords we will always be found reu-on-able
in our dealings,
tSf Apply in each cae to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
"Cartwright lluilding," Merchant street.
To Lot or Loase.
ed Hou-e near town.
EiKpiire at Hci.i.ktin Olllce.
X nished Rooms
trally located. Inquire at
liUM.KTlN Olllce. 3.".'Mf
HOUSE OK FIVE
rooms, on Jlanazinu
street with Bathroom, pat
ent . C. etc. Commands
one of the linest views in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. JL VIVAS.
J King Street,
cupied by Jlrs. Kleining,
containing Two Bedrooms,
u (street, lately oc
Parlor, Dlulngroom, Kitchen
room; also Stables, Oarria
Servants' Uuartcrs: reaMiwiblo rent.
A NICE COTTAtiE ON
Herelania street, near
Piikoi street, eoutainini'
Parlor, 1! llcdrooms, Bath
room, Dllilugrooin, Pantry
room, Diiiiugrooin, Pantry and Kitchei
Servant's room, Carriage House, Sluble. et
Tniini'iWH pass every 2U minutes. Apply i
olllce of this paper. -i&Mf
Boiler ! '
IN (11)01) WOltKINO UIIDIJH,
For puvlliMllur or ternn. apply to