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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
PUOM AND AFTElt OCTOBER 1, 1802.
Ijeavo Honolulu.. .0:16
Arrive Honolulu. .8:35
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1'KAnt. Oitt Local.
Leave Honolalu 5:105 ....
Arrivo Pearl City 5:48S ....
Arrive Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays excepted, t Saturdays only.
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09. p.m. of Greenwich tlrao.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 1, 1893.
, Tuesday, Jan. 31.
Stnir Kinan from Maui and Hawaii
Wednesiiay, Feb. 1.
Stnir Waialeale from Hrunakna
Wednesday, Feb. 1.
S S Auattalia, Houdlctto, for San Fran
cisco, at 12 noon
Brgtno W Q Irwin, McCulIoch, for San
Stmr Pelo for Makawcli
Cargoes from Island Ports.
For stmr Kinau 5183 bags sugar, 110
sheep, 73 liidos, VI bales wool, 34 pigs,
01 bags potatoes, 10 bags beans, 15 bags
ginger, and GO pkgs sundries.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinnu,
Jan 31 From Volcano: II W Curtis, E
Kaufman, D A Woodbury, H M Gerran
and wife, Mrs E 8 Morgan, Mrs Alex Mc
Iiean, AD Klwell, Dr Clias E Blake, Bruce
Cartwright.Jr, B F Hammersley, J Davis,
F It M 8. From way ports: A Cockburn,
Jas Walsh and wife, S K Kane, Hon Wm
White, H T Haysolden, J N Estep and
wife, Mrs H O Austin, 3 children and ser
vant, and 02 deck.
For San Francisco, per S S Australia,
Feb 1-B J Dickson, W J Rickard, DW
Kirkland, Mrs W L Hopper and 3 child
ren, F Sohlesinger, wito and child, Miss
Tregloan, Mrs It Hudson, Miss Hudson, J
H Malone, Mrs Lucy and child, J N Estep
and wife, Mrs J G Waibel, Mrs S B ltose,
E W Peterson, wife and 2 children, Joseph
Hyman and wife, W Bo Dell, M.Green, H
M Gerrans and wife, Mrs Paul Neumann,
A J I vers, M Stalker, 11 1 Lillic and wife,
T Dyer, Hon Paul Neumann, Prince David
Kawananakoa and valet, E C Macfarlano,
Hon J E Bush, and C M Cooke.
Foreign Vessels Expectod.
6 S Mariposa, Hayward, from San Fran
cisco, due Fob 10th
Am bk O D Bryant, Jacobson, from San
Francisco, due Feb 10th
Am bktno S G Wilder, Griiflths, from San
Francisco, due Feb Cth
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Am Bchr Aloha, Dabel, from San Fran
cisco, duo Feb 5
Am 4-mstd schr Alice Cooke, Penhallow,
from Newcastle, NSW
Am 4-mstd fechr Puritan, from Newcastle,
N S W
Qor bark H Hackfeld from Liverpool, now
Haw bk Lady Lampson from Newcastle,
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 33
Br ship Honolulu from Newcastle, NSW
Br bk Tacora from Liverpool, due Jan 30
brie Lurllne was 10 davs out from
Ban Francisco for Hilo on January 30th.
The American schooner J. G. North is at
Mahukona loading sugar for Ban Fran
cisco. The bark Harvester, Captain P. John
son, sailed from Hilo January 24th for San
Francisco, with 1035 tons sugar.
Tho brigantlne W. G. Irwin, McCulIoch
master, took the following cargo to-day for
San Francisco: 3701 bags sugar, shipped
by W. G. Irwin fe Co.; 1312 bags sugar, C.
O, Borger: 780 bags rice, Sing Chung &,
Co. ; 130 bags rice, M. Phillips & Co. ; 1201
bags rice, fi bags collee, Hyman Bros. ; 103
bags bones and horns, A. F. Oooko; 2130
bags rice, M. B. Grinbaum & Co. Domes
tie valuo, p),25D.W.
The S. S. Australia took tho following
exports to-day for San Francisco: 400 bags
Biicar. Hhiimod bv J. T. Waterhouso: 12.001
bags sugar, W. G. Irwin it Co.; 32 bnclis
bananas, W. Sheldon; 000 do., L. J. Lcvoy;
1213 do., G. Lycurgus; 057 do., ('. T. Qn
lick; 1374 do., Jno. daSilva; 83 do., Ah
Bun; 54!) do., Y. Lum Slug; 102 do., Jno,
Shaw: 4.r7 do., Willis Costa; 3r78 do.,
Campbell, Marshall & Co.; 11 bxs pine
apples, Jno. Kid well; 40 bxs fruits and
vegetables, I. G. Camarluos; 22 bxs betel
leaves, Lee Slug; 10 bags collee, II. May it
Co.; 303bndls green hides, 4 bndls sheep
skins. 3 bndls goatskins, M. W. MuChos
noy & Sous; 2UI bndls green hides, 1 bndl
goatskins, F. F. I'ortur. Domestiu valuo,
Arrived Jan. 21th, American miIiouiiit
John O. North, N. I. Carlson, HS days
from Baliim Cruz, Mexico, In ballast to
. Hawaiian Kallroad Co; 2-Mli, steamer Ki
nau from Honolulu; 27th, steamer Hawaii
from Honolulu; ,'llst, steamer Kinau fioin
Sailed Jan. 25tli, steamer Kinau for
Hilo and way ports; 27th, steamer Hawaii
for Hilo; 3Ut, Reamer Kinau for Honolulu.
Tho S. S. Australia carried one of
tho heaviest mails ever sont out of
Honolulu, It cousiHtotl of 8150 lot
tors and r'.).r)l papors. The mail for
tlio Orient was not doHpatuhud, but
kopt bauk for tho oxiioalutl Japanese
itoamor Yamashiro Maru.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
No moro $2 a dny and froo lunch
nt the Arlington.
Tho diiToront ongino compnnios
will moot this orouing.
Diamond Head, 8 p. in. Woathor,
cloarj wind, light oast.
Tho band gavo a concort at tho
Hotol yesterday ovoning.
Mr. Stoocklo with his phonograph
is about to visit Hilo again.
Hollistor & Co. recommond Cusk
man's monthol inhaler as tho bost.
Tlio scholars attonding St. Louis
Collogo numbor over fivo hundred.
Two moro natives woro arrostod at
Kamoiliili to-day for playing cho fa.
A firo company has boon organized
in Hilo under tho Act of the Into
Tho bright moonlight last ovon
ing drew a numbor of people out to
Tho S. S. Australia carried away
ninoty-throo passongors for tho
Macfarlano & Co. give notico that
C. A. Yarick is no longer their soli
citor or collector.
Miss McGrow's tea party has boon
postponed on account of tho sudden
death of Miss Stevens.
A numbor of tourists returned
from, tho Volcano by tho steamer
Kinau yesterday evening.
C. M. White will act in all mat
tors of Macfarlano & Co. during tho
absence of E. C. Macfarlano.
A young lady riding a safety nar
rowly oscaped collision with a tram
car on King street yesterday ovon
ing. Hon. J. E. Bush loft on tho S. S.
Australia to-day. Ho was besieged
by a largo numbor of his friends on
Tho social which was to have
taken place at Central Union Church
to-morrow ovoning has been post
Views of tho Government building
and Iolani Palaco woro in great do
maud tho past fow days for trans
The S. S. Australia left at noon
to-day, tho band playing her off.
Thoro was tho usual crowd to wit
noss hor departure.
Consular Hags are flying at half
mast out of sympathy with His Ex
cellency J. L. Stevens and wife in
News as to tho steamer Claudiuo's
mission to San Francisco and Wash
ington should arrivo by tho S. S.
Mariposa on tho 10th inst.
Tho roadway being built near tho
coalyards on tho city front, with tho
earth takon from tho wharf, is as
suming a substantial appoaranco.
On the next through steamer from
Australia sovoral "pugs" are expected
on their way to fill engagements
with tho California Athletic Club.
The meeting of tho St. Andrew's
Church Association, which was to
have been hold on Thursday even
ing, 2nd inst., has boon postponed.
Chief Officer Thos. Dowdoll, of
tho S. S. Alamoda, who was injured
on tho voyago from Auckland, is im
proving slowly at tho Queen's Hos
pital. Tho U. S. S. Boston battalion
drills on Palaco Square morning and
evening attract many spectators, m
largo proportion of tho
Tondors will bo received by tho
Board of Education' until Fobruary
20 for tho erection of a schoolhouso
and a teacher's cottago at Hanania
Goo. Nawaakoa has boon promoted
from Station clerk to lieutenant of
police in Captain A. McGurn's
watch. J. Zablan assumos tho clerk
ship of tho Station.
Tho stay of H. I. J. M. S. Kon-go
in" port is indefinite, but as sho is ex
pected in Yokohama in March, it
may not exood two weeks unless con
trary orders are received from homo
by tho S. S. Yamashiro Maru.
Mr. J. C. White, Superintendent
of Water Works, has boon a very
busy man within tho past two weeks,
supervising precautions against acci
dent or othor intorforonco-with tho
supply of tho necessary element.
Captain Cook Lodge, Sous of St.
Goorgo, hold its regular weekly
mooting on Monday night, whon two
now members woro proposed. Thoy
will bo initiated next Monday even
ing, whon a full attendance is re
quested, Tho lodge is in a flourish
Admiral Geo. Brown's log, which
was injured hero sonio timo ago, has
much improved, and, according to
exchanges, ho said latoly ho felt al
iiinut, mitimlv wull nirnin. His llintlV
friends in Honolulu will bo delighted
to hear of this. The admiral has
gone to Indianapolis on a Ihroo
Another joko is going tho rounds
about a Portuguese guard firing a
shot at tlio shadow of an "ohni"
tree on Saturday night. Still an
other ono too good to toll hap
pened at tho door of tho Treasury
in tho Government building tlio
othor day, when tlio President of
tho Provisional Government was
hold up by a volunteer who failed
to n'cognizo him.
On Jan. '.Hh, just prior to his re
signation, Admiral Brown, in accord
ance with nn understanding, ordered
tho return from Samoa of tho Uniled
Statos cruiser Alliance to San Fran
cisco. Sho will soon arrive thoro.
This is because of tho season of
HtorniH. All tlio countries that havo
boon maintaining ships there agreed
sonio time ago to withdraw thoir
vessels during the stormy season, by
which thoy would avoid tho duugorri
visited on tho respective Hoots.
STARS AND STRIPES.
United States Protectorate .Over
the Hawaiian Islands,
Imposing Military Ceremony at the Gov
People not in tho socrot woro won
dering this morniug what was tho
causo of an extraordinary mustering
of the volunteer guards of tho Pro
visional Government at tho Govern
ment building. There had boon no
disquiotin'g alarms of airy seditious
surprise in store, and some people
jumped at tho conclusion that a now
Constitution was to bo promulgated.
Tho roal causo of tho warlike
demonstration was soon revealed. It
was that a protectorate of tho United
Statos of America was to be declared
by tho diplomatic representative of
that Powor. Tlio coroniony of hoist
ing tho United Statos flag over tho
Government building, accompanied
by the reading of the proclamation
of tho protectorate, was porformod
amidst an interesting and imposing
military and naval display.
At half-past eight o clock Captain
Wiltso of tho U.S. S. Boston arrived
at Aliiolaui Halo (tho principal Gov
ernment Ijuilding). Soon afterward
a battalion from tho Boston, con
sisting of one company of niarinos
and throo companies of blue jackots,
under command of Lioutonaut-Com-maudor
Swinburne, marched into
tho Government building yard. One
of tho blue jacket companies was
tho field battery corps, commanded
by Lioutonaut Young. Tho Unitod
Statos forces wero drawn up on tho
path athwart tlio ontrauco to tho
building. A hollow square forma
tion was completed bj' Companies
A, B and C, and tho gatling gun
battery of the volunteer militia. of
tho Provisional Government lined
up from tho building to tho King
street fence, on either side of tho
Kamehamoha statue. These com
panies woro commanded by their
respective captains Zioglor, Gunn
and Camara, with Lioutonaut C. T.
Wildor in chargo of the battery.
Nino o'clock was tho hour for tho
ceremony of hoisting tho flag. A do
tail hoaded by Cadot Pringlo of tho
Boston ascended to tho summit of
tho tower, from tho center of which
rises tho flagstaff. Just boforo tho
fateful moment Lieutenant R. W.
Rush, U. S. N., in a loud voice read
tho following proclamation:
"TO THE HAWAIIAN TEOPLE.
"At tho request of tho Provisioiml
Government of tho Hawaiian Islands,
I horoby, in tho name of tho Unitod
States of America, assumo protection
of tho Hawaiian Islands for tho pro
tection of life and property, anil oc
cupation of public buildings and
Hawaiian soil, so far as may bo
necessary for tho purpose specified,
but not interfering with tho admin-
lSLrauuu u puuiic ulnars uy uio
"This action is taken pending, and
subject to, negotiations nt Washing
ton. "John L. Stevens,
"Envoy Extraordinary and Minister
Plenipotentiary of tho Unitod
"United Statos Legation, Fobru
ary 1, 1893.
"Approved and executed by
"G. C. WlLTSE,
"Captain U. S. N., Commanding tlio
Unitod Statos Ship Boston,"
The Stars and Stripes thou slowly
roso to tho ball. As it fluttered in
tho broozo tho troops proSonted
arms, while a national salute thun
dered from the guns of tho Boston.
At tho conclusion of these saluta
tions to the Amoricnn flag, the
troops facod about and saluted the
Hawaiian flag flying from tho "Gov
ernor's flagstaff" in tho yard. Cap
tain Wiltso in uniform stood m
front of his ship's forces whilo the
flags woro being saluted. A detach
ment of forty of tho Boston's men
had at tho outset boon detailed for
guard duty at tho Barracks.
After tho coroniony thoro was n
j bustle of preparation within tho
i Governmont building, for tho miist-
oring out of the Provisional Govern
inent's guards. When everything
was ready tho guards marched out
of tho building and, with tho volun
teer battalion, then marched off tho
grounds, escorted bv the bluejacket
companies, the bund playing "Rally
Round tho Flag." Tho company of
marines was loft to guard tho Gov
It is understood that the National
Guard organized under tho Pro
visional Government will preserve
its organization. All the minor pub
lie buildings will remain in charge
of the Provisional Government, only
the Capitol building being guarded
by the forces of the United States.
Tho article of special
In every hduhoiioki
throughout tho islands, and the most
iK'coptablo to soml to IrleiitlH nnrontl
because it duals only with facts
and figures is a copy of tho Ha
waiian Annual for In1.):). Price, 75
cunts each, or 85 cents mailed abroad.
Oalondar of tho January Torm Hold
Rccinn vs. Naihoauhau (k.) and
Koau (k.). Receiving stolon goods.
G. Wildor for Crown; S. K. Kano
and Holstoin for dofondants. Crown
enters a nollo pros.
Rogina vs. Houry est. Lnrcony
lth dogroo. Appoal from Hilo Po-
lico Court. S. K. Kano for defend
ant; Wildor for Crown. Deputy
Attornoy-Gonoral said ho had boon
instructed by tho Attornoy-Gonoral
to enter a nollo prosequi. Defend
ant is discharged.
Regina vs. Manuhoa (k.). Ob
structing justice. Commitment from
Hilo Polico Court. G. Wildor for
Crown; S. K. Kano for defendant.
A verdict of "not guilty."
Rogina vs. Lon Tai (Ch.). Em
bozzloniont. Appoal from Lyman,
J. C. W. Ashfortl for prosecution.
S. K. Kano for dofondant. His
Honor Judge Lyman being tho com
mitting magistrate is disqualified
from hoaring tho case. By order
from tho Chief Justice Hon. S. L.
Austin presides. Unanimous verdict
of guilty. Dofondant sentenced to
imprisonment at hard labor for two
Regina vs. Lock Yoong (Ch.). As
sault with intent to commit rapo.
Commitment from Hilo Polico
Court. Defendant ploadod not
guilty; says ho has no couusol. G.
Wildor for Crown. Verdict of not
guilty, two dissenting.
Regina vs. Aliona (Ch.). Opium
in possession. Appoal from Polico
Magistrate of S. Kohala, on mitiga
tion of sontonco. Court orders tho
dofondant to paj- a fino of $50, or in
dofault threo months' imprisonment
at hard labor with costs.
Regina vs. Lam Wa Ping. Soiling
Opium. Appoal from Hilo Polico
Court. D. H. Hitchcock for dofond
ant; G. Wildor for Crown. Verdict
of not guilty, two dissonting.
Rogina vs. Ah Chang (Ch.) and
Ah Sang. Porjury, 2d degree. Com
mitment from Hilo Polico Court. G.
Wildor and D. H. Hitchcock for
Crown; S. K. Kano for dofondants.
Verdict of guilty, 1 dissenting.
Court sentenced tho defendants to
one yoar's imprisonment at hard
labor with costs.
Rogina vs. John Costa and Anna
Costa. Murdor, 1st dogreo. Com
mitment from District Court, N.
Kona. G. Wildor for Crown; C. W.
Ashford for dofondants. Unanimous
verdict of not guilty.
Do Yanamota (Jap.), vs. John Ma
kaona (k). Assumpsit. Appoal from
Hilo Polico Court. D. II. Hitchcock
for plaintiff; S. K. Kane for defend
ant. Counsel for plaintiff outers a
Kanahaha (k) vs. Pacific Sugar
Mill o't al. Ejectment. Kane for
plaintiff; Holstoin for defendant.
Counsel for plaintiff filos a discon
tinuance. Kuahonu (k)i bv his cruaidian Ka-
uhiolaio vs. Mrs. W. E. Scott and W.
E. Scott. Trespass. Kano for plain
tiff; D. Hr'Hiteheook for dofondant.
Jury disagree. Continued to July
- Kon Kau (k. Ch.) vs. Akoi. De
serting husband. Appoal from Hilo
Polico Court. D. H. Hitchcock for
plaintiff; S. K. Kane for dofondant.
Continued to July term.
Kwong Sing Wai Co. vs. D. A.
Pao (k). Trespass wator rights,
damages SlfiOO. C. W. Ashford and
H. L. Holstoin for plaintiffs; S. K.
Kano for dofondant. Verdict for
Estate of Luika Makai (v.), of
Puuoo, Hilo, Hawaii, deceased intes
tate Austin J., Judge Lyman be
ing disqualified. D. H. Hitchcock
for petitioner; S. K. Kano for con
Kalili Pa (k). vs. Holokahiki. Li
bel for divorce. D. H. Hitchcock
for petitioner. Divorco granted for
Kauahi Keliikahi (w). vs. Koaloha
Koliikahi (k). Libel' for divorco. D.
H. Hitchcock for petitioner. Di
vorco granted on ground of cruol
treatment and habitual urunkoiiiioss.
Win. Campbell, Jr. (k.), vs. Kipn
va (w). Libel for divorce. S. K.
Kano for potitionor. Withdrawn.
L. G. Kaina (k). vs. Awa (p).
Falsely impounding. Appoal from
Puna magistrate. D. H. Hitchcock
for plaintiff; S. K. Kano for defen
dant. Planum withdrew (lie appoal.
Thursday morning, January 2Gth,
tho court was adjourned siuo die, 20
days in session.
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Aftor shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once bv Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith &, Co.,
Dr. McLonnun, VM Fort stroot.
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone (582.
Tho Honolulu Dairy have put in a
Creamery will deliver fresh cream
morning or afternoon to suit cus
tomers. Mechanics' Home, fillund (51 Hotol
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 2i"o. and fiOc. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
For pains in tho chest there is
nothing better than a ilanuol cloth
saturuted with Chumborlain's Pain
Balm and bound on ovor the soat of
pain. It will produce a counter irri
tation without blistering, and is not
so disagreeable as mustard; in fact is
much superior to any plaster on ac
count of its paiu-relioving qualities.
If used in timo it will prevent nnoii
inonia. 50 cunt bottles for sale by all
dealers. Bouson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands,
What Ho Wanted "I am afraid
you are greedy," t-aid Walter's
father at dinner. "No, I'm not
greedy," Miid Walter. "1 only want
all 1 want." -
Why Ho Didn't Want toComolu
"(Jomo In, Jack," cried his mother,
"it's going to rniiij ImMilu, it is timo
for you to tako your bath." "Uiiths
is wotler thun rain, mamma," ruturti
Miss Stovons Srownod,
Tho community was shocked, on
the premature arrival of tho steamor
Kinau last night, to hoar that tho
body of Miss Stovons, oldest daugh
ter of tho American Minister, was on
hoard; she having boon drowned at
Kukaiau on tho llnmnktin coast at -1
p.m. on Monday last. Miss Stovons
ncconipanied hor father on tho U. S.
S. Boston n fow weeks ago for a vis
it to tho Volcano, and remained be
hind for a period of rest on tho
island of Hawaii. When being taken
out to tho steamer, thoro being n
northorlj swell on tho shore, sho
was drowned by the upsotting of
tho boat. Sovoral of tho crow had
narrow escapes with thoir lives. A
nativo boat-stooror named Kuinahoa
mado a heroic and gallant effort to
save Miss Stovons, but sho perished
in tho high waves whilo ho was try
ing to struggle ashoro with hor. Mr.
Stovons, on being npprisod of all tho
details by Mr. Geo. C. Beckloy,
pursor of tho Kinau, expressed hiin
solf as satisfied that no blamo at
tached to tho oflicors or crow of tho
Tho S. S. Australia steamed out of
the harbor precisely at ono o'clock
this afternoon, tho dolay being caus
ed by detained mails. Ono of tho
largost crowds ovor assembled at tho
departure of any foreign steamer
was present to see hor oil. Many of
tho numbor woro thoro to bid god
speed to tho deposed Queen's com
missioners to Washington Hon.
Paul Neumann and Princo David
Kawananakoa. Queen Dowagor Ka
piolani was prosont in hor carriage,
attondod bj Prince Kalauiauaolo.
Tho music by tho band was unusu
ally lively, and ovorgroens and lois
of flowers Hawaii's symbol of aloha
and good wishes woro in abundance
and profusolj" scattered.
Aii Exponsivo Torm.
Tho torm of tho Circuit Court at
Hilo lately hold was an expensive
ono. Following is a summary of tho
Foreign jury "
Other criminal cases.
.$ 2i"i 00
. 02 1 m
. 187 l.r
. 1012 00
It will bo noticed that nearly half
tho expenditure was incurred for tho
Costa trial. Tho high costs of this
trial wero duo largely to tho trans
portation of witnesses, somoof whom
had to go from Kona to Maui in
ordor to got to Hilo.
For two years I suffered .terribly
with stomach trouble, and was for
all that time uuder treatment by a
physician. He finally, after trying
everything, said stomach was about
worn out, and that I would have to
cease eating solid food for a time at
least. I was so weak that I could
not work. Finally on the recom
mendation of a friend who had used
A worn-out with beneficial re
sults, I procured a
Stomach. bottle of August
Flower, and com
menced using it. It seemed to do
me good at once. I gained in
strength and flesh rapidly ; my ap
petite became good, ancl I suffered
no bad effects from what I ale. I
feel now like a new man, and con
sider that August Flower has en
tirely cured me of Dyspepsia in its
worst form. James E. Dbderick,
Saugerties, New York.
W. B. Utsey, St. George's, S. C,
writes: I have, used your August
Flower for Dyspepsia and find it an
HOUSE ON KINAl1,
near I'eiumcola street.
E. R. HENDRY,
Hawaiian Hardware Co.'n More.
A SHIPMENT OF
Fishbrand Oil Clothing
FOR SALE 11Y -
DAVIES & CO.
FORT STREET !
Store To Let!
Fixtures For Sale !
tf Inquire of
OHAS. J. FISHEL,
021.1m Cor. Fort A Hotel sts.
CPIAS. T. GULICK,
Notary Public for the Island of Oahu.
Agent to take Acknowledgements to La
Agunt to grunt Marriage Liccin-es, Hono
lulu, Oiiliu. ,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of rltt A
Scott's Fii'ight mid l'arcil EApros.
Agent lor the lliirlliiglnu lUmtu.
UEAL ESTATE llilOKEIt
am (lENEUAL A(!ENT.
P.O. Ilox 115
.S Meridian! tl.
Honolulu, H, I,
cents u month,
Dully JlttlUtiii, CO
For Gentlemen :
For Boys :
For Ladies :
A Full Line of
Etc., Etc., Etc.
:mi. s. HiEtvy
73 FOKT STREET.
It can ho proved
Of any paper
Will issue for the Outgoing Mail and will
with vinonoiTs comments.
ON SALE TUESDAY MORNING
At the Itook Stures. Order early.
Price $1.50 Per Doz. Single Copies 16c.
I3 O I I
Pure & Fresh Machine-made Poi
111 quantities to suit private families or
THE HAWAIIAN FRUIT & TARO CO.,
Cor. Queen and Ahtkca sts.
, O. Ilox KKI.
Bell Telephone 638,
VfOTICE IS HEUEIiY
1 given that the follow -lug
deocribcil Animals will
In) hiilil itt Pnlilli i. nil. it.
on SATl'ltDAY. Fob. l! J
IWU, at Vi o'clock noon, nt thu Government
round at .mukiki:
1 Dark Maru lth white streak on fore
head, nil legs shod, branded "JHJIxYP"
on right hind leg,
I liny Mare with white streak on fore
head, all legs shod, branded "DA" on
right hind log, nUo uinlcscrlhahlo bnilid
on left hind leg.
IW Owners of the above Animals must
end in their claims ulthiu I 'J days, other
Ue they will be sold on the dato above
mimed. H. KAOAl),
Honolulu, Jan. -H, IB'.u. uil-u't
rpiIIMIE HAWAIIAN II It III)
JL Sluliu. Dun burvuu ul u'urk
byt w ecu t Im KainulmtiiMlm Behind ,
anil iiiy .MUMiiilu'luinplu any ,iuv.
"i'i'iy to -urn. wuumah.
W. F. BETNOLDS, Prop.
Jnst Received Ex "Australia"
town Tennis Jlacketn, $3.o0 to .Jfff.
" " Ifela, full court. '
" " Poles.
Tojhi, 5c. to 10a.
Croquet Sets, .$1.50 to .$12.
Base Balls, 10c. to $1.50.
Base Ball Bats, 10c. to 00r.
Masks, $1 to $4.
Catcher's Gloves, 50c. to $7.50.
A hAKGE ASSORTMENT OF
Children's Picture Books
Pocket Knives &c Scissors,
rUM. ANU COMfl.KTK LINK "l"
Fall Bound Blank Books
At San Francisco Prices,
Blank Books & Office Supplies
Tin; following oholee bit of word painting
occurs in Hawthornu'x Marble Fiiun:
" Women bo tbey of what eartblv rank
they may, however gifted with intellect or
genius', or endowed with awful beauty, havo
alwavs sonic little handiwork ready to fill
the tiny gap of uvery vacant moment. A
needle li familiar to tho lingers of them nil.
A iiieen, no doubt, plies it on occasion ; tho
woman poet can use it as adroitly as her
pen; the woman's tsyo, that has discovered
n new star, turns from its glory to send the
polished little instrument gleaming along
the hem of her kerchief, or to durnn casual
fray in her dress. And thoy have greatly
the advantage of us in this respect. The
slender thread of silk or cotton keeps them
united with the small, familiar, gentle ln
lerestsof life, the continually operating in
lluences of which do -omuchforthe health
of the character, and carry oil' what would
otherwise be n dangerous accumulation of
morbid sensibility. A vast deal of human
sympathy runs along this electric line,
stretching from the throne to the wicker
chair of the humblest seamstress, and
keeping high' and low in a species of com
munion with their kindred beings."
Housewives, while jou ply the needle,
have you ever relleeteil on the vicissitudes
of life? bee to it that vour husbands pro
vide for tho future welfare of their families
bv nt once applying for n I'olicv in tho
tiQUITAM.E i;iFK ASSUllAN'CE SO
CIETY of the United States. No more
suitable gift could be oll'crod to you.
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands
Equitable Life Assurance Society of tlio
rpHE POKTOOUESE MUTUAL HENE
JL lit Society of Hawaii at its regular
annual meeting held on the Sth day of
January, lb!J.', elected tho following of
ficers: J. M. Vivas
.1. O. Silva
A. G. Silva
HO Mil) OK IMlIht'TOIls.
Jono Fernandcs, 0. do Faria, J. de Frias,
J. 0. ltodiigues, J. A. (Quintal.
I)ias, F. IE. Traiiguada, F. F. Ilranco,
A. F. Medciros, (, l'crnirn.
M. O. SILVA, Secretary.
Honolulu, January .s, 18!. iiV2-'.
GERMAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.
ANNUAL MEETiNO OF
rnuui lSeuevolciit Society, held
this day, the following olllcers wero duly
H. A. Wideinaiin.
J. F. Hackfeld....
J. F. EcUrdt
H.J. Nolle ... .
J. F. Hackfeld ..
J. F. ECKAKDT,
Honolulu, Jan. 27,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT A MEETING OF THEUOAKDOF
Directors of the Knplolani Park As
sociation held January '.'I, IKJ3, the follow
ing iiiemU'rs of the Hoard were re-elected
to serve us olllcers of the Association dur
ing the ensuing year:
A. S. f 'leghorn..
Cecil Ilrow'ii . .
Win. (J. Irwin
W. M. Gillard .
W. M. GIFFAItl),
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
AT THE ADJOUItNED ANNUAL
Meeting of the Kapiolani Park Asso
ciation held on January 'JI, lt!i.'t, the fol
lowing Stockholders were elected to serve
us a Hoard of Directors for thu ensuing
Wm. G. Irwin,
W. M. Gillard,
W. H. Hicknrd,
H. J. Nolte,
E. B. Ciiulia,
Uluis. II. Wilson.
a. &. uicgiioru,
T. 11. Walker,
W. M. GlFFAliD,
"Tho World Do Movo."
SECUItED THE NEW. VA-
11 por Launch '
.Nclllu" 1 11111 prepared
to Carry Passengers to all parts of tho-'
Harbor, hunerior Accommodation. Uuti
Ttmuaudiit 1111 liu-ream In 1'iirn. ('imJtn
lioyal Irish Lmca Stationery
found tit thu Government Hunt lauding'
wueu nui engaged.
uT-'-lni I.. SI. JOHNSON.
I AWN SIOWEHS
1-4 duv.'weuk or
Cleaning ami Hlmrptmliie dune: DimUeulu
Ploeiu. furnished whim rwuirul, Mnelilue
galled for and returned, A Wo, lliipulHun
OuriU'U Humo.1ii fuel, can do uiivtldiur
'"ssassjy. ttjouiui tiift Iioiim) orytuhio.
niliiutriii-MriiTTSi jiViisr.i.r.r..r-ir..i-' vi
I TfftKl.M- - " -feiwll.'$illlltlol?uu
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