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Arrivo Honolulu.. 8:35
Pkam. City Local.
Lcavo Honolnht 5:103 ...
Arrivo Poarl City. 5:485 ...
Leave Pearl Otty..ll:55 ;. ...
Arrivo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays excepted. t Saturdays only.
S Saturdays oxcopted.
. Tidoa, Bun and Moon.
, I1Y C. J. LYONS.
. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m.
Mon. 30 3 12, 3 10 8 20,10 30 (t 38 5 49 5 47
Tuns. 31 3 51 3 60 0 20 10 SO 6 38 B B0 5 62
"WoU. 1 I 20 4 45 B0 11 10 0 3T B 61 (i 61
Tliurs. 2 4 43 5 10 10 20.11 IB 0 37 6 62, 7 40
11-1. 31 B 2S' 0 0 0 80 11 20 0 30 6 B2 8 43
Mat. 4, 0 15 O 30 1 15 11 50 0 30 5 63 J) 32
Bun. 5l G 35 7 0 1 SSJ .... CM 6 6i 10 11)
Full Moon on tlio 31st nt 31i. 40m. p.m.
Time Whistle blows at Hi. 28m. 34s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which is the samo us 12h. Oin.
0s. p.m. of Grcomvlcli time.
THE DULY BULLETIN!
MONDAY, JAN. 30, 1893.
Sunday, Jan. 20.
Stmr'Pelo from Hanamaulu
Stmr Waialealc from Hamakna
Stmr Mikahala from Kuuai
Stmr Likclilco from Maui and Hawaii
Monday, Jan. 30.
Am bk Eclipso from Xanaimo
Monday, Jan. 30.
Stmr O R Bishop for Lahaina, Kukuihaulo
and Hamakua, at 10 a m
Stmr O K Uishop for Knliuku at 0 a m
Stun Mokolil for Molokai ut 5 p in
Bchr Moiw-ahina for l'aauilo
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Urgtnc W G Irwin, McCnlloch, for San
Stmr W G Hall for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Stmr Likelike for Maui and Hawaii
Stmr lwalani for Kauai
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai, at 5 p m
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Jan 2!)
O M Uclshaw, C Kaiser, O Von Hainm,
Mr Banning, H Saylor, Quong Wall On,
and CO deck.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Liko
like, Jan 20 Rev O H Gulick, wife and
daughter, Mr Kirklaud, A Knos, C M
Wlrlto, Miss Mlllio Morris, Miss Jtocho.
Mrs T J McLaughlin. G H llailoy, R Waal,
W Keating, Jno Richardson, Lau Ohock,
and 53 deck.
Cargoes from Island Ports. -
1'er stmr Pole 1000 bags sugar.
l'er stmr James Makce 2300 bags sugar.
Per stmr Mikahala 5305 bags sugar, 211
bags rice, 45 bags pia, 150 sheep. 0 bills
hides, 202 goatskins, 75 pkgs .sundries.
Per stmr Likelike 7270 bags sugar, (10 bags
potatoes, 20 bags corn, 33 bdls hides, 30
hogs, 01 pkgs sundries.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
S S Mariposa, Hayword, from San Fran
cisco, duo Fob 10th
Am bk O D Bryant, Jacobson, from San
Francisco, duo. Feb 10th
Am bktne S G Wilder, Grilllths, from San
Francisco, due Feb 6th '
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Am schr Aloha, Dabel, from San Fran
cisco, due Feb 5
Am 4-mstd schr Alice Cooke, Penhallow,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am 4-mstd schr Puritan, from Newcastle,
Ger bark H Hackfcld from Liverpool, now
Haw bk Lady Lampson from Newcastle,
Haw bk Lcahi, Nelson, from San Fran
cisco, duo Jan 30
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 23
Br ship Honolulu from Nuwcastle, N S W
Br bk Taoora from Liverpool, duo Jan 30
Vessels in Port.
Am ship Eclipse, Peterson, from Nanaimo
H I J M S Kon-go, Tushiro, from San
USS Boston, Wiltso, from Hilo
8S Australia, Houdletto, from San Fran
cisco. Am bkt Irmgard, Schmidt, from New
castle, N S V
Am bkt Planter, Dow, from Port Town
send Brigt W G Irwin, McCuHloch, from San
Brit bk Scottish Wizard, from Newcastle,
Bktno Hilo, Ballistor, from Newcastle,
4-masted schooner Carrier Dove from Na
naimo Am bktno J Smith from Newcastle, N S W
The barkentino Planter has finished dis
charging her lumber.
Tlio steamer Kllauoa Hou has been lnuil
ed on the Marine Railway for repairs.
Tho four-moHtcr W. F. Witiumnn is dis
charging coal near tlio P. M. S. H. wharf,
Tho hteantor W. G. Hall will leavo for
windward ports at 10 o'clock to-morrow
Tho lirigantlne W. Q. Irwin, Cupiain Me
Culloch, will leave to-morrow for Sun
The schoonor Marv K. Foster arrived
this morning from .Miikawcll. She will
take a curgo of lumber and coal for Kauai,
The American whip Eclipso, Captain
Peterson, arrived this morning from Nana
imo, and anchored in tho stream. Hhu Iiun
u cargo of 2120 tons of coal for M. S. Grin
baum it Co.
Tho Hawaiian Baud wiil give
a public coucort this evening at
Emilia Squuro, commencing at 7:30
o'clock, Following is tlio program:
Ovcrture-llundli Tricks Huppo
Three Hawiillun Bong,
Mudloy-Frollu and Jolly Hatkur
J'untuiiU Di-nclng on the GruenEllrnbcrK
Wultr .I-jioUtlu Kulirhaiifl
Uuadrlllo-Puu Jones Audran
' Hawaii I'ouol,
Tuo band will play
Squaro Una ovoning.
l'wo uativos liavo
for malicious injur.
Tlio U. S. cruiser Boston is flying
the Japanoso flag to-day.
Diamond Head, 8 p. in. Woathor,
cloudy; wind, fresh northeast.
Tho Scottish Thistle Olub will
meet as usual this ovoning at 8 p.m.
Tho men from tho Japanese war
ship Kon-go woro around town to
day. Throo cases of drunkonuoss woro
disposed of in tho District Court
It is roportod that a Constitution
for tho Republic of Hawaii is in tho
hands of tho printors.
The stoamor Polo roturnod yester
day without any sugar from Malta
woli, tho now sugar plantation.
Nino natives, including an ox-sor-goant
of tho police force, wore ar
rested on Saturday for indulging in
Hon. John E. Bush intends to
leavo for tho States, if ho can sottlo
his business affairs, in time, by Wod
Hon. Paul Neumann and Prince
David Kawanauakoa will leavo horo
for Washington by tho stoamor Aus
tralia on Wednesday.
Tho Japanese training ship Kon
go salutou tho Hawaiian flag Satur
day afternoon and was answered
from tho shore battery.
The Japanoso Consul paid an offi
cial visit to tho Kon-go on Saturday
afternoon, receiving tho usual saluto
of seven guns whon leaving.
Captain Tashiro of tho Japanoso
man-of-war Kon-go and tho Japa
noso Consul paid an official visit to
Governor Cleghorn this afternoon.
A cold .wave passed over tho isl
and of Kauai on Friday night last.
Tho cold was so severe that blankets
were used and many had to build a
A young nativo girl rolled down
Punchbowl yesterday afternoon and
was . somewhat seriously injured.
She was taken to tho Quoon's Hos
pital. Mrs. R. Hudson and Miss Hudson,
of Sydney, relatives of Mr. and Mrs.
It. Lishman, will leavo on tho S. S.
Australia on Wednesday for tho
Tho Government having called
for a report of all arms and ammu
nition m private hands, a long list
of weapons and cartridges has al
ready been entered in a book at
No little trouble was encountorod
on Saturday by tho now Govern
ment to find suiliciont mon who
understand how to handle' tho guns
at tho shore battery, to respond to
tho Kon-go's salutation.
Tho Japanoso steamer Yamashiro
Maru with a small consignment of
labor immigrants is duo to-day ac
cording to arrangements, but tho
Board of Immigration did not re
ceive tho usual cable notice of her
Mrs. Lucy, daughter of Mr. H. S.
Trcgloan, morchant tailor of this
city, will roturn to San Francisco on
tho S. S. Australia on Wednesday
next, after a brief soiourn in Hono
lulu. Mrs. Lucy was formerly Miss
One of tho "droi hundred" mem
bers of Company A boasted on
Saturday that they could swoop out
tho wholo town if they wanted to.
Such blatant talk from a "national
guardsman" is calculated to restore
sweot harmony in tho community.
In addition to tho list published
tho other day the following have
boon booked to leavo by tho S. S.
Australia on Wednesday: W. J.
Rickard, Miss Trogloan, Mrs. Lucy
and child, J. H. Malono, Mrs.
Miss Hudson aud A.
Last night there was another in
advertent shot from a sentry's rillo
to break the quiet of tho night. Re
ports of the incident diffor. Ono is
that a footguard firod b' mistake at a
mounted patrolman, another that
tho man on horseback discharged
his weapon 1)3' accident.
A good joko is going tho rounds
about a gentleman who whilo going
down to work at -1 o'clock in tho
morning was stopped bj' sovoral
Portuguese and Gorman guards. In
a lit of humor tho workman pulled
out a pieco of blank paper and in
ovory iustanco was grootcd with "all
right, pass on!" Finally ho came to
an intelligent guard who made him
dig up tho right pass which ho kept
in a different pockot.
A sturdy Chinaman gavo an exhi
bition of agility and strength on tho
grounds of Mr. John Angus, Punch
bowl street, this afternoon. Ho
climbed a cocoaniit treo to a height
of thirty to forty feet, resting on tho
bare trunk sovoral times, aud thou
holding u with one hand ho plucked
with tho otlior 25 or 30 nuts. Somo
of tlit) stems being tough much exer
tion was ronuired to break thorn, and
it was wonderful how tho man hold
on while doing the work.
'For tho past two or three years 1
have boon subject to cramping pains
in tho stomach," says Mr. W. A.
Baldwin, a hardware merchant of
BoouviUe, Dallas Co., Iowa. "I hnvo
tried a number of different remedies;
tlio bent one being Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Dinrrlium Itoinu
dv. (Jnu or two doses of it nlways
cures mo." Sold by all doaloru,
Boiihoii, Smith fc Co., Agents for tho
Raro Minstrol Entortainmont by
Wailuku Amatoura Romnrknblo
Improvomont at Sproekolsvillo
Tho long promised ontortaiumont
of tho Wailuku Amateur Minst rols oc
curred last Friday evening, tho 27th
hist., and proved vory successful.
Shortly after 8 o'clock tho curtain
rose on tho stago in tho schoolhouso,
which was tastefully decorated with
birds' nest, ferns and n profusion of
flags, kindly loaned for tho occasion
by Mr. A. F. Hopko, U. S. Consular
Agont, and (Japt. (Jhristianson ol tho
bngantiuo J. D. Spreckols. Upon
tuo stago wore sealou, in a sonu-cir-cle,
tho vory sablo artists responding
to such euphonious names as Brud
dor Iao, Bruddor Kalopolopo, Brud
dor Kahului. Bruddor Makawao, etc.,
with Mr. Mittti as middlomnn. Tho
show was vory creditablo from an
amateur standpoint, Bruddor Bones
(Mr. M. T. Lyons) and Bruddor Iao
(Mr. Goo. Groves) deserving ospocial
moutiou. Mr. Lryons in particular
acted his rolo with considerable
t'crt'c and abandon and displayed a
latent comic talont, which frequent
ly sont tho audience into fits of
laughter, and was tho mainstay of
There woro sovoral clover local
hits and somo good songs, solos and
choruses, which concluded tho first
part of tho program. Tho second
part was initiated by a vory amusing
and humorous "scientific" Iccturo on
"leap years," by Mr. E. B. Carloy.
An oboo solo by Mr. Thos. Rochfort
was appreciated by the audience,
also a vocal solo by Mr. Maxwell,
guitar accompaniment. A ludicrous
mtorludo "on tho train" followed,
then "Moriarity" sung with esprit
by Mr. Groves, tho performance con-
ciuaiug witn a local larce, "At tno
Wailuku Hotel tho Night after Elec
tion," which sot tho risiblos of the
audience in motion, tho different
parts boiug cleverly acted by Mr.
Sovorin as tho fat Dutchman, Mr. M.
T. Lyons as tho mischievous darkoy,
Mr. Jno. Maguiro as tho "sassy"
Irishman, Mr. Bon Lyons as the
landlord and Mr. W. T. Robinson as
tho "lono unprotected fomalo."
Tho indefatigable Mr. Biven,
"gonial friend Ned," was tho musical
conductor and director-iu-chiof of
tho ovoning, and as usual outdid
himself, playing as well as ever with
an injured thumb bound up in a rag.
Financially the entertainment was
a howling success, tho spacious
schoolhouso being packed with peo
ple Ironi all parts ol iiast Maui, tho
train bringing quite a number of tho
Makawao and Sproekolsvillo people
Tho not proceeds will probablj'
amount to sotno $150 and bo given
to tho nativo church, tho hospital or
some charitable or religious institu
tion. Tho boys deserve credit and en
couragement for their bravo effort,
and when thoy repeat tho eiitortaiu
niout) which they expect to do in a
couplo of months, it is hoped thoy
may seo their labors crowned with
Mr. A. It. Laws, bookkeeper ol
tho Haiku Sugar Co., breathed his
last on Monday evening, tho 23rd
inst. Tho funeral, which took place
Wednesday forouoon from tho Paia
Foreign Church, was largely attend
ed by most of tho prominont resi
dents of Makawao, who had learned
to lovo and esteem tho deceased
gent Ionian for his many sterling
Tho brigantino Jno. D. Spreckols,
Capt. Christiansen, arrived last Sun
day, tho 22d inst., 1GJ days from San
Francisco, with a cargo of merchan
dise and fertilizer. She will loavo
next Wednesday with a full load of
sugar for J. D. Spreckols & Bros.
Tho bark Alden Bosso, Capt. C. S.
Friis, loaves to-day with about 1250
tons of sugar, valued at 02,508.73,
from Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
Co., Paia Plantation and Haiku Siw
The urickeu-in bouors at Sproek
olsvillo do excellent work since tho
improvomont was made, and tho
mills turn out a big lot of sugar, be
sides furnishing more trash than can
possibly bo consumed as fuel, with
out burning a singlo pound of coal.
It is estimated that tho daily output
will roach 120 to 130 tons of sugar,
a respectable quantity for one plan
Maui, Jan 28, 18'J3.
They Create a Disagreeable Diver
sion on the Streets.
Thore was no littlo excitement in
tho vicinity of tho merry-go-round
on Saturda' night. As tho hours of
martial law had been shortened tho
morry-go-round was in full blast at
8 o'clock. A littlo later a darkoy
named Henry Charles made himself
obnoxious aud was promptly arrest
ed by a nativo officer. Charles turn
ed on tho policeman and beat him
uninoroifulty about tho head. Others
came to tho officer's assistance and
Charles was landed in the cooler on
a charge of assaulting a police offi
cer. His trial will be on Wednes
day. Another darkoy named J. Bailoy,
presumably a relation, was arretted
tho same night for carrying a deadly
weapon. Bailey had a pistol in his
back pockot. Botli men are still in
Root Beor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shavimr uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents, j
Sunburn relioved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson,.Smith A;Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street. I
abovo Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
eases, Mutual Telephone 0S2.
Tho Honolulu Dairy have put in a
Creamery will deliver fresh cream
morning or afternoon to jsuil cus
tomers. Mechanics' iloine, fill and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 2T)c, ami 50u. a night; $1
ami $1.20 a week,
REMOVAL OF SHERIFF HAYSEL
DEN. Action that Oausos Groat Dissatis
faction on Maui.
Tlio nows rocoivod bv tho steamer
last Wednesday that Mr. F. H. Hay
soldon, who was recently appointed
Sheriff of Maui, had boon removed
from olllco. and Hint Mr. Androws,
Deputy Sheriff of Makawao, had
beon instructed to take charge of
tho office, has caused general dissa
tisfaction on Maui.
Mr. Haysoldou has, during his
brief tenure of office, by his unfail
ing courtesy, discretion and businoss
tact, succoodod in winning tho csteom
and rospoct of all his subordinates,
as well as of everybody with whom
ho has conio in contact, no matter
what their political color; ho has
readily adapted himself to tho ro-
?uiromouts and routine of his office,
or which ho is by nature well quali
fied, and his many friends deoply
rogrot his removal, which thoy think
unjust, imprudent and impolitic.
It is understood that this removal
has boon effected on the strength of
rumors, which have beon carried to
tho cars of tho powers that bo, to
tho effect that Mr. Haysoldou has re
peatedly and publicly expressed
uinisoii opposon to tno present ad
ministration and hostilo to tho recont
Eolitical coup d'etat, in fact that ho
as urged tho natives to resistance.
This is an absolute untruth; for
Mr. Ha3'soldoti has not in any way
oxprossod his views on tho burning
question of tho day (oxcopt discuss
ing tlio ovonts in a general way, in a
priyato circle of friends) far loss
incited to opposition or rebellion
against tho existing ordor of things.
If ho has boon removed on such
idlo rumors, without first ascertain
ing their truth, a serious mistake
uas ueon committed; or is it possi
ble that ho lias boon politically be
headed to gratify an old personal
grudge, or because ho happens to bo
tho son-in-law of tho lato Mr. Gib
son? If this ho tho case, then it.
would indeed bo a disgrace to tho
country, and a blot on tho oscut
choon of tho Reform party. All
partj' animosity or friction should
bo carefully avoided at tho present
time, whon everything is at high
tension, and if tho Provisional Gov
ernment would consult thoir own
and tho country's true interests, thoy
should bo oxtremely careful in mak
ing any changes; for notliiug serves
bettor to antagonize and alienato
oven their own adherents, than the
arbitrary decapitation of an efficient
officer without very grave and
cogent reasons. I am, and always
have beon, a staunch adherent of
tho principles of tho Reform party,
but I certainly do not endorse tho
policy of vindictivoness, revenge or
"to tho victor bolong tho spoils,"
which seems "to have inspired this
official act. As for Mr. Haysoldon's
successor, tho appointment is pro
bably only temporary, for Mr.
Androws, though possessed of many
oxeellent qualities, lias not thooX'
porieuco or, for the matter of that,
savoir Jaire requisito to properly dis
charge tho functions of this office,
tho importance and responsibility of
which increases ovory day with tho
population and progress of tho isl
land; if tlio matter woro put to a
popular vote, it is safe to assert that
Mr. Haysoldon would bo olectod bj'
an overwhelming majority aud it is
tho earnest desire of all right-minded
citizens to see Mr. Haysoldon re
stored to his office.
A TnuE RiiFonsiEn.
Nows Boceived Quietly - Items.
There is nothing of
anco to noto since last
tion. Tho accident to
James Makeo causod
anxiety, as it was tliouKhtherdoten
tion might bo duo to political diffi
culties in Honolulu. Otherwise the
change in tho Government has creat
ed no excitement, and one would sup
pose nothing uncommon had oc
curred. Heated political discussions
are oschowed by all parties.
Saturday, Jan. 21st, tho following
officers were elected for tho ensuing
term by Koalia Lodge, No. 5, Knights
Wm. Blaisdoll, sitting P. C.
E. J. G. Bryant, C. C.
Adam Lindsav, V7C.
Goo. H. Fairc'hild, P.
James H. Makeo, M. of Ex.
S. G. King, M. of F. & K. of R. & S.
B. S. Horuor, M.atA.
S. W. Holmor, 1. G.
C. N. Grimo, O. G.
This lodge is quite aetivo and is in
a flourishing condition financially
Tho mill at Koalia is running on
smoothly aud tho warehouse at Ka
paa is choked up with sugar, owing
to tho accident to the James .Makeo.
Chief Engineer Win. Eassio is
visiting Makawoli, only for a brief
His Excellency Governor and
Mrs. Rico favored us with a visit.
Wo woro pleased to greet Mr. E.
R. Jlendry, tho gonial manager of
tho Hawaiian Hardware Co., and his
friend Mr, Fisher, from the United
States. Thoy were on a business
trio with pleasure on the side.
Woathor clear and cool and con
siderable sickness. Among those in
disposed wo regret to mention three
members of tho Lindsay family fa
ther, mother and youngest daugh
ter, Miss Lizzie, tho latter being
critically ill with high malarial
I .Mrs. 11. Z. Austin litis got as far as
1 Honolulu with her sick charge, Miss
Kate Hitchie, but has boon couipell
i oil to lay over in order to allow Miss
I Hitchie to recover from the ill effects
I of tho hoa trip from Maui. They
I are expected homo by next Makeo.
Koalia, .Jan. W, lrj',13.
Ltiwyur (.fioreoly) "Aro von
hit: tlio trntliT" iiaduuriMi wit
(woarilyj "Ah iniiuh of it tin you will
IUI unit v mm;,' .
50 ceute a mouth,
Honors Paid to tho Bishop, Thoir
Formor Eetoomod Pastor.
t Friday night Wailuku witnessed a
sight which reminded foreigners of
homo, and tho grant torchlight pro
cessions of America. It was the ar
rival at Wailuku of our beloved
pastor, now Rt. Rev. Gulstan Ropert,
Bishop of Pnnopolis. About half a
inilo from tho Cntholic Mission, tlio
inhabitants of Wailuku and suburbs
woro assembled on masse. As tlio
carriage, convoying His Lordship,
accompanied by Rev. F. Sylvester
and Rov. F. Theodor, arrived, it was
actually besieged by the crowd,
eager to welcome thoir boloved
bishop on his first pastoral visit to
his dear old homo. It was truly a
pathetic sight, man' giving vent to
tears of joy.
From thonco tlio crowd formed
into lino, headed by the Wailuku
band, and amid tho glaring light of
many Hawaiian torclies, and a huge
bonfire on tho summit of tho sand
hills, marched toward the church,
the steeple of which was illuminated
bv thirtv Jnnnnnso lanterns, and in
xtho dark night appeared as n fairy
At tho ontranco of tho Mission
promises, tho Rov. priests of Maui,
in surplico, acolytes with inconse,
and about 70 little girls dressed in
whito crowned with wreaths, bear
ing bouquets of flowers, and who
looked hko s.p many fairy queens,
welcomed thoir dear bishop and
Passing through two largo splen
did arches, upou which were four
.appropriate inscriptions, ono of
which was a woll executed chrono
gram, and having entered the
church, which was ablaze with
lights, tho Rt. Rev. Bishop, who was
visibly affected by tho loving recep
tion, oxpressed in a few words his
warm aloha for all his parishioners
and old friends, and, having given
tho Episcopal blessing, tho singing
of tho To Deuni ended tho cere
mony. Tho following day a sumptuous
luau in honor of tho esteemed guest
Sunday at 10 a. in. solemn ponti
fical high mass was celebrated. At
2 p. in. more than 200 received tho
sacrament of confirmation. The
singing in tho morning and after
noon was vor' fino.
During tho wook tlio Rt. Rev.
Bishop visited Waiheo, Kahakuloa
and Waikapu. Everywhere tho
growth of tho church has been be
yond expectation. Tlio tour of the
Bishop is a continuous ovation; the
people at each place vying to sur
pass their neighbor'district in doing
honor to thoir esteemed visitor.
Tlio sale of laud at Wailuku by
Mr. Henry bmtlli, Clerk or. the Judi
ciary, was confirmed at Chambers
Tho scarcity of hearings these
days gives the court clerks time to
make up the business lor the ap
proaching jury term.
In court notes tho other day men
tion was made of a work in the Law
Library dated in 1712. That ono
proves to bo not in it for antiquity,
alongside of ono found in the same
place, 270 years old. It is tho 'At
tourney's Academy," dated 1023.
By tho steamer Australia Mr.
Henry Smith, Clerk, has rocoivod
tho now seals for tho courts required
under the change of system. As tho
ordor only went forward by last
trip up of that steamer, its execu
tion has boon decidedly prompt.
Seals for tho Circuit Courts other
than tho First are duplicated, so
that documents for tho country Cir
cuits can bo impressed with tho seal
when necessary at tho Department
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT A MEKTINH OK THK ItOAItl) OK
Directors of tho Kajiiolani 1'ark A
Hooititiou held January -1, 1WKI, tho follow
ing memhfiN of the Hoard were lo-ulccted
to xvrvu an olHcTr.s of the Ai.-ociation dur
ing the ensuing year:
A. S. ('leghorn..
Cecil 1) row n
Win. fl. Irwin
W. M. Oilliiril
W. M. HlKKAltl),
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
AT THE ADJOUltXEn ANNUAL
Meeting of tho Knplohmi l'ark Ann
otation held on .limitary 'Jl, lS'.l.'l, the fol
lowing Stockholders were elected to .ervo
os u lloard of Directors for the ensuing
W. JI. Itiekard,
H. J. Nolte,
E. S. ('nulla,
Chan. Jl. Wih
Win. H. Irwin,
W. M. Hilliird,
A. H. Cleghorn,
T. It. Walker,
W. M. HlKKAltl),
A SHIPMENT OK
Fishbrand Oil Clothing
- KOIl SALE 1IV -
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
'Tho World Do Movo."
HAVINtl SKCintED THE NEW VA
pur Launch "Nellie" I am prepared
to Carry Passengers to all parts of the
Harbor. Superior Acciuiiiiioilatiou, (julch
Time and at no lnereiiMi III Faro. Can be
found at tlio Oovuiiiiuciit lloat landing
when lint engaged.
ur.'-iiu i'. . .luii.-.oun,
I AWN MOWEI1H TO LET 11V THE
1j ilav, w'cl; or month' llopalrliig,
Oleauliig'atiil Khariciiiiig done, Dupllcile
1'lt'i'od fiirnUliuil wliciinxiuirud. Machine
culled for and returned. Also, Itepalrlug
(larden Mom in fact, can do anything
necoMury around tho hmim or klublu.
King tip Mutual Tcluplmmi 10'.'.
How dooB he fool ? He feels
blue, n deep, dark, unfading, dyed-in-the-wool,
eternal blue, and he
makes everybody feel the sanc way
August Flower tho Remedy.
How does ho fool? He feels a
headache, generally dull and con
stant, but sometimes excruciating
Aurrust Flower tho Remedy.
How does ho feol? He feels a
violent hiccoughing or jumping of
the stomach after a meal, raising
bitter-tasting matter or what he has
eaten or drunk August Flowor
How does ho fool? He feels
the gradual decay of vital power ;
he feels miserable, melancholy,
hopeless, and longs for death aud
peace: August Flowor tho Rom
ody. How does ho feel ? He feels so
full after eating a meal that he can
hardly walk August Flower tho
G. G. GREEiV, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, 0. S. A.
WH1 issue for the Outgoing Mail and will
WITH VIGOltOl'S COMMENTS.
ON SALE TUESDAY MORNING
At the ltook Stores. Order early.
Price $1.60 Per Doz. Single Copies 15c.
THOS. G. THRUM,
For Bo's :
1,1 XK OK
1 10.3 IE KY.
A Full Line of-
(i INCH. VMS,
XUX'S V HI UNO,
Kic, Etc., Etc.
on. s. le-vst
NOTICE IS HEltEIIV
given that thiifolltiw
inir described Animals will
III. Mfllll til 11,11111. Vtllttlllll M
on SATUHDAY. Keb. I. 2-&
imi.i, at i'jo'ciock noon, at tliedoverniiient
Pound at Makikl:
I Dark Maro with white streak on fore
head, all lugs shod, branded ".IKJxVP"
on right hind leg.
1 Hay Maro with white streak on fore
head, all legs shod, branded "DA" on
right bind leg, also undeseribablu brand
on left bind leg.
SP Owners of the above Animals must
send in their claims within VI days, other
wise they will bo sold on the ilnto above
mimed. D. ICAOAO,
Honolulu, Jan. I'll, n'x;. liii-'.'t
( an be seen at work
between the Kaiiiebamebii Schools
and the Masonic lemplc imv duv
HOUSE ON KINAr,
near IViisacola stieet,
i.. ii. m.Mim ,
(JoT-tf Hawaiian lliirdwmo Co.'s store.
MIE IIKliri.AII MEETINtl Ol' THE
Paellle Hardware Co.. (I. Ml. CWII be
held at their olllco, on TUESDAY, Jan,
Ml, I Mil, at 10 o'clock . m.
.IAS. I). SPUNCEIt,
Honolulu, Jan. J I, IMC). ictl.,-,1
rpHK WKEICLY UUJ.l.iniN-BiJ UOIr
A. lllilllHol liiterostiiiif Heuilliiu Mutti-r.
v Inlands, Ml lunlltd to foiulgu countries, i.
The Markets of San .Francisco
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The undersigned having been appointed
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
FOR THE OF.I.KM!Ti:i
KKOM THE WOKKS OF
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Arc now prepared to give Intimates and
receive Orders for the-e Ihigiuos,
of any size and style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
AUK NOW MAN KKAOTU KING A
STYI.i: OK LOCOMOTIVE
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which have recently been
received at the-u Nlund-, and wo will havo
pleasure in furnishing plantation agents
and managers with particulars of same.
The Superiority of these Locomotives
over all other makes is known not only
here but is acknowledged throughout thu
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sole Agonts for the Hawaiian Islands.
Christmas & New
VXTENNEK .v. CO,
Hiiro NOVELTIES for tho
A. Hioh (lifts for
OHHlhTMAS .1EWELHV. &
nothing like it in town. o.
The Old Stand,
WEXN12K & CO.,
Importing and Manufacturing Jewelers.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
Notary Public for Uba Island or Oahu.
Agent to take Acknowledgements to I.a
Agent to grunt Marriage Licenses, Hono
Agent (or the Hawaiian Islands of PltUt
Scott's Krcight and Parcel Expruss,
Agent for the llurliiigton Home.
HEAL ESTATE HHoKr.lt
ami 11ENEHAL AGENT.
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P. O. Ilox 413
38 Merchant m. . . Honolulu, II. I,
Dally ItulUKn, 60 cmIs u muiifi,