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$1u gnUjj g UUfJn.
WEDNESDAY, JAN 2. 18G.
Tuksiiav, Jnn. t.
Stnir W O Hull from Hawaii mul Mmtl
0 A S S Mluwcra, Blutt, from Colonlni via
Sehr Kunllhm from Moloknl
Wmimhiiay, Dec. "ll.
0 A S S Mlowi in. Stoti, for Vict irin, II 0
ritmr Kniilii for Kitlntkit, Mnkuletti, Whi-
mint; mul I'nimlnu ul 11 t m
Stinr I unl. ml for N wlliwill, Widn oi nnd
Kckith.i lit I p in
Stmt 'Intntiiit for porn itti Muni at f, p m
ritmr Mlknliiiln for Kmtiii at A p m
UarK",,1 (tool IMmirt Port
Stmr W (1 Hull CM liuf itUKir, 1MU lii
ooll'oM, 'i bant iiwii, 117 IiuiiI rattle and
3'!7ilry hi ei
I'r .in M ui mill Hawaii, imt stmr W (1
Hull, Jim l-K W roller, ufu mul chll
drill. Mm l' inioll, Miii Lilltert, A O
Wooi I, S M IviimiKitiinl, l)r A MuWhjiic
unil eon, V Mullir, Mrs V. Jonns
For SItn Kcni fi-co, i.r I' M S S ("lilim.
I) c :tl Mr-uiil Mr-t Joseph Urutu-r, A tli'ir
II lltfCTI. J I; Aikun
Tliu stcniinT Mokolil U l)'ii); In rottm
row martliu I'lnlimu ket.
Tin- men of tint llritNh bark ItmiU'iilieo
lmtl n loraiui tliim on Nuw Year's ilny
They hcuii lulling oil kyroi'kcta on Khitf
Nearly hI Hip Islnnil U!tmurswiil lie out
this fViiliiK Tin1 siiuiir unwiii lini lalrly
started ntnl -hlpiueiit to tills lion, will be
UHBNNAV-l'OIHt-In ban Krniiel-c
Dcu !ft), 1). 0. llroimnn to AMii l.tlln
BILVA-WKI.SH-ln tMs city, licecml.er
Ul. 1MH, J. T. Hllrn to Mrti. Kninm
Welsh, both of till city No curd.
DOHKItTY HlNOUlt-lu tlift elty, .lull -tiry
I, lMti nt the reddmico of 'lie
bride's mtitluT, by thu Kev II. ti.
I'nrker, John Doherty to Mi is Kmina
Hln er, both ot tlili oily.
I.OOAX. AND OKWKRAL HKWfl.
Tlio Heaver Saloon has a small in
voice of Kenuine Bologna sausages.
Tliat tireless toilor J. J. Egau in
vilos your attention to anothor col
iiiiiu. Gospel meetings resumed at the
'IVnt. Subject to-night, "Saving
Tho proat ohanco for suburban
hoiiFo lots N offon-d by Urueo War
ing fz Co.
Mifs Tilla J'onr of Honolulu was
married in San FrawNi'o to D. 0.
Hrxunau on Di'i',20, 1801.
John Dougiiorty mid Mis Etnnia
Singor iio mat nod by Kev. II. If.
I'arj'i yosiorday titoning.
). Howard Huclii'ock advert iso
his tinio'i Mud term for drawing mid
p.'uiititig li'sv.iii!- ols"wliro.
Tin si hoonor Ivawnihui will tako
a minibei of Tilis fitraflovprtnnout
hi'Iio '1 in tho (iiolmi clit.1 riot.
Mr. aiul Mm. A. V. Cooltu ontor
taint'd tho Siiuday echo l of tho
I'orlugiioso Pmlvii u niiti m.
Mr. and Mrs. 1$. K. Dillinrrlihtn
trcatud a parly yi tlcit! ij to .1 rail
way oxfiirsiou to Ewa plant at i-u.
TIim .Ia;"'i,"" who wauliod a
Chiii'iuiitii "Mi - slick vottpnUy
was Hucd SlU in tho Distriei Court
Hill Kllplll'i was given lh" g b
from the polii-ii foreo this mottling.
Jim han been found nbnMit from his
heat sovoral times.
Firowood ii ciiming down plenti
fully from Molokni. Tho Kaulilua
brought a good load this morning.
Tho wood was all sold.
Charles Mitchell, who is under ar
rest for burglarizing Tom Hollin
ger's shoeing shop, will appear for
trial in tho District Court to-morrow.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuttauit streets, lodging by day,
week or mouth, terms: z; and t)
cents per night; $1 and $1.25 per
Any person desiring a good Japa
nese man or boy to work at very low
wages will please call on T. D. Gar
vin, corner of Uichards and King
Thoro wa a pleasant Now Year's
party at the house of Edward Doyle,
I'alama. One of the features of tho
feast was the largest mullet overseen
in Honolulu, slutted.
Sveuson, a sailor was fined $5 to
day in the District Court for furious
and heedless driving. J. Makaena,
a hackman, was lined the same
amount for being under t lie inlluence
of lujuor while in his vehicle.
K. Harrison, practical
Icrofula In tho Nock-Bunches All
Buslnoss at Chambers Will of W.
In tho caso of Kaahti Kala (w.) vs.
Giovanni Long, bill to cancel a deed,
Judge Cooper lias decided that no
sufllciout ground has boon shown for
issuing injunction. V. V. Ashford
for plaintin"; Magoon for defetidant.
W. C. Achi, for tho defendants in
F. J. Tosta vs. Tho Koua Coffee and
Fruit Co., has filed a domurror.
In Keantt vs. Kino ot al , defend
ants, by Aehi and C. W. Ashford,
havo filed a bill of exceptions to
Judge Whiting's decision against
them last term.
Katheriuo Scott, widow of tho
late W. E Scott of Kailua, Hawaii,
pi'HMons for probate of bis will and
iiDDoinlineiit as executrix. The
estate is valued at JllKX), of which
?2"00 represents a leasehold interest
and improvements thereon iu Koua.
Tho heirs aro petitioner and a young
In ro estate of Henri G. McGrow,
a stipulation has been filed by
Alphousino MeGrew by C W. Ash-1
frd, her attorney in fact, John S.
M'Grotv, and Chas, L. Carter, as!
follows: "It is agreed and stipu
lated that .1. O Carter may be ap
pointed administrator of tho said
cMto forthwith. i t
"That the decision filed horeiu by !
W. A. Whitinir. Jmlgo, shall not
have any final effect to concludo or not br tlio sllRlitcJt touch. Wicn I li.vl uken
iir..nilice (he iirotierlv inlorests in- one buttlo of tills medlcln, tlio lorcncm ImO
1 . 11 I . .. .., A.,l.l,..l II.a n...t.l l.a
gUUO, Bllll I't'lOIO 1 liaU lilllSIIOtl t.lO KIL.M.I. ,.IC
biinclics liml entirely lli,iiearcd." IIlanciii
Atwood, HniiKPrvlllf. Maine.
N. It. Ifyumtccliletotake Hood's Hars.ip.i
rllla do not be Induced to buy any oilier
Hood's Pills euro ronntlp.illnii by rector,
lofi tlio peristaltic ttcUou ul U'o al icuLiry canal
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,'
Sole Ai::nts for the itt'pnbllo of HiiwhII.
C. I. Hood &0o., Lowell, Mam.i
"Ocntlcineni I feci tliat I cannot lay nonRh
In f.ivor ot Hood's Sarsaparllta. Kor nvo jearj
I have been troubled with scrofula In my nick
tnd throat. Koeial kinds ot inedtclnes wlikli
1 tried did not do ma m good, and w ben I com
menced tu take Hood's Sarsaparllla Ihcrouurd
Utro bunches on toy neck so soro that 1 could
Tt's almost aa easy for a
hoi-riu i'cd on California
Fet'd Co.'h llay and
Grain to draw liw load
as it is for this hiy oK -pliant
to draw his. Wo
pay the highest price and
get the bi'ft thcie is to
be had. Our prices a-e
as low as the lowest.
Prompt delivery. Both
Telephones 121. . .
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
ALU l'KUBONS INTKNDING TO
tnko pafsnu on tlio Ht-Minnm "Ki
nau" and "Oi.aihunk" from llonnliilii are
htTtibv reipiodlud to purcliisu tickets ut
tho Company's Ollbo before oinliiirkliij;;
and any p'is. nt?er fallliiK to do o will no
Hiiiili-i-t tu niiv twuiUi-llvH nori'viit ot lllll
rcgulT fure in addition thereto. TIiIh rule
will bo strictly unforod from and niter
January 1, WXt. Kor tho coiivtMihmcii of
pussoiijtcrH thu Whurf Oillco will bo opnn
for the mill) of tickets on tlio altcriioons of
tho dav of iIIIiik of tho steainura 'Kinau"
and "Olahiiink." ,
WII.DKII'S STKAMSHIl' CO.
Honolulu, Deo. U, lb'JI. h'05-lm
ELECTION OF OFKIOEK8
AT THK ADJOUUNBI) ANNUAL
mt'otliiK of tho K.uiuiui Umi.uoaii
Company, l.iiulted. hold at thulr Olllco, hi
this i It) on hu'.ilth Inst., tlio follouinv
Olllcers wore oleoted to nerve ilurlnj; the
O. 1. Wilder rrecldent,
8.(1. Wilder. Vico-I'rcaldent,
H. It. Kobe Secretary,
O. 1.. Wluht Trimsitror,
0. J. Kalk Auditor.
S. II. ItOSK.
Honolulu, Nov. 'Jil, IfUl. lUW-lin
EriEOTION OF OKFIOERB.
AT THK AI)JOUKNi:i) ANNUAL
meetliiM of Wimimi'h BrKAUsiiu-CoM-i-ahy,
l.iiulted, hold at their Olllco In this
Ulty, on tho '-litli Inst., the following ODUicrs
wuro elected to berve during tho misiilnn
(1. L WU'ht i'rpsldent,
J. K. iliinkfeld Vice-l'reHldent,
S. 11 ltosH FeiTo iiry,
H II. Itoso T'ttuHttror,
W. K. Allen Auditor
S. 11. HO.S13,
Honolulu, Nov. SJ, ism. tltw-lni
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
AT A BI'KOIAL MKUTINO OK WII
ui'.ii'ri Btiuuhuii ('oMlAY, Limited,
hold ut their Olllco, In this L'itv, l)econit-r
4, IMll, llin followiui; (loiitleiuou woro
uli-oted us Directors of tlio (Joinp.uiy fur
tho ensuliiK yeur;
W.M. (1. IKWIN,
WM. 1'. ALLKN.
WM. 0. WlLDlOIt.
OriU. U. HHCKLKV.
Tlio nbovo iiiuncil (loutloiiion tnuther
with tho I'rosidutit, Vlco l'rldent, mid
Secrutary and I'ri'.isurt'r of thu I'oinp.tuy,
conatl uti! tlio liouni oi inreeiorH
tnd oruan maker and tuner, can fur
tush best factory roforeuces. Urderc
eft at Hawaiian Vews Co. will re
eive prompt attention. All work
iiRrntHd to Ih- the same dont
Young I'imeula, one of tho Portu
guese who was caught throwing
stones on a house on School street,
will bo sent to tho Reformatory
Si'hool. There being no evidence
against the father ho will probably
II. G. IJiart, who was for ten years
the practical jeweler for Wenner A;
Co., has opened a new place at 111
King street, corner Alakea street.
Watchmaking, souvenir spoons, and
jewelry of every description madoou
The reception tendered to tho
youiiK men by fho W. C. T. U. and
Y. W. C. T. U. on Now Year's was
well attended. An excollont dinner
was served Tho Y. M. C. A. rooms
weto finely decorated. In tho even
ing a first-rnto concert was given.
Two members of tho Government
band were up iu the District Court
to-day to answer to a charge of a
xault and battery on a Chinaman at
Le eo last niuht. Tho boys proved
being at another place at the time
that the alleged assault took place
ami woro discharged.
D. Howard Hitchcock reopens
his classes in drawing and painting
this week at his clas room on Hotel
street. Elsewhere will be found a
table of rates, class days, etc. Mr.
Hitchcock can be found at his
studio on Merchant street any Fri
day forouoou from 0 on to 12 noon.
Tho operators in tho telephone
offices of tho Mutual Telephone Co.
havo been kept very busy since yes
terday morning. Tho numbers on
tho telephones havo passed tho 1000
mark, and tho operators have to be
lively to touch the right key. Both
ollicos (ISell and Mutual) aro still
Mr. Uartlett gave a turkey dinner
at Ilaniwai on Now Years, with
eleven porfons at table. Many peo
ple took a splurge iu tho surf there
in tho daytime. Turkey dinners
were given at tho same place on
Thanksgiving and Christmas. Moon
light nights are now on, and the
water is just right at Ilaniwai.
There will bo an annual meeting
of tho Catholic lienevolont Society
at tho Convent Saturday morning at
10 o clock All members are rotpiest
ed to be present, as business ot im
portance will be discussed.
rnltod iu any way.
"That the Court shall appoint
some suitable person to represent
tho child Reynold Urodio MeGrew,
"That tho appeal takeu herein
shall be withdrawn."
In the matter of thu estate ot Ah
Hoy, a minor, Akmia, the lately ap
pointed guardian, petitions that
Charles Lucas be appointed guard
ian instead of himself.
Tlio Supreme Court by Chief Jus
tice J odd has rendered a decision in
the case of W. C. Achi vs. J. Alapai
and Mary Alapai, appeal on points
of law from District Magistrate of
Honolulu. The syllabus is as fol
lows: "An allldavit in replevin required
by subdivision 8, Sec. 2. Chap. US,
Laws of 1881, following tho Hawai
ian version, is sutlicieut, it uot ap
pearing to tho Court that there is
an radical and irreconcilable dif
ference between tho English and
Hawaiian vorsions of said statute.
"Defects in an adhlavil in replevin
do uot affect tho cause of action it
selfonly tho right to obtain imme
The appeal of the plaintiff is sus
tained, and tho case remanded to
tho District Court of Honolulu for
W. C. Achi for plaintiff; V. V. Ash
ford for defendants.
Chief Justice Judd, First Asso
ciate Justice Uiukortou aud Judge
Cooper, constituting tho Supreme
Court, went in a carriage tins altor
uoon to inspect the promises in
volved iu tho caso of E. K Nahaolo
lna et al. vs. Kaaahu et al., bill to
reform a deed. Tho property is near
In entering upon the New
Year, ve do bo realizing that
nothing can give the intelli
gent or judicious buy rs more
satisfaction than to have us
htick to our Quick Salks
and Small PhofIisSystkm.
In has been the niems of
aving them money on every
pinch se made nf us. While
to ll it bus increased our
trade from the day we adopt
We will have no t-helves
for shop worn goods. Nkw
Goods, CJood Goods, Styl
ish Goods, and plenty of
them, with a reasonable pice
fixi (1 on them will be the
order of this coming year's
business. We want your
trade and will have it, if
goods aud prices have any
thing to do with your buying.
U'o propose to keep iu
touch with New York, Paris
and Loud' n, ut as near their
pri cb as is consistent.
lOach 1). iwkt.mknt in the
Stoiik will be found to con
tain a Choick and Vaimkd
rtKi.KCTiox of the "Nkwkst
and most Kasiiimnaiilk
Matkhials ami Gai mknts
of i very dcfeiiption We
want ou to got into the
habit nf expecting the, and
inspi eting our stock. It will
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fino Casslmoros, Sorgos,
Whito Linens, Etc.
Suits Made to Order Kavu ',,u ,1,,U!' ,,0"hL, m"1
'I his week we h.ive some
line Indian Hires, sonic (.it
ikts and Cukiain that you
wi I mak" no mistake by-buy-
HOLIDAY .-. GOODS !
TlMt Meet All Demands and Satisfy All Wants
520 Fort St
- - HosaolioTu..
ON SHOUT NOTICK.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
C. A KIM A, - !; Xuuaiiii Street,
Machinery Fur Sale I
l KNOINK. Doiihlu Uyllmlor, Slm-I Ac
tion.lliU Cylinder, VI Hur u l'.nvur.
IVKItriOAI. TUIIULARIIOILKU, s foot
lonir, 40 Inol os ilintiiMi-r di'iti II UK
JUU'.M-icii tulunj wi 1 Hiii)y Kteoa for
IT) Homo rower Kmk ne.
I KKK1) I'U.MP with nil oniiretlmis.
Tli uliovc are hII m Knn'l orilor iti'i cnu
lie IihiI n u Imrnnlii ny nii'yhn; to tliu tin
lcrslnMul liiuim Union Feed Co., Ltd.
'J he con' est owi our Vol
cano I rip cli'Sid Wednesday.
Iiss J. Tann'w.h, Koyal
School, pivsenled us 27f
cheeks, many of whit h bhe
collet ti d frtiiu her friends,
thus en blinr her to secure
Miss Green w.ild
yood second with
Come and see Our Immense Variety of Fancy
Novelties suitable for
Xmas and New Year's Presents
A UHOK'K A890KTMKST OK
Silk Drapes, Lace Table Runners, Lfce Scarfs,
AT LXOKI'TIO.VALLV LOW l'KICKS.
Kans, Hand Rags, Purses and Card Cuses
IN QKKAT VAUlirrY.
Lace Bad Spreads, PiUsh Scarfs, Fancy Tab'e Covers,
Uroful mul Acceptable Presents.
Lad us' rnrsc Ul Ml Lies' SI Hose,
Uillea' Opouwnrk Silk Hose in Wlilto, lllnck and Blmdos of Tnn.
Novelties in Silver Ware I Ladies' Fine Parasols
m- DONT KOitOET THK HTfLK 1'OLKSt
(nine iu a
I? b Klu'j'ttUS .t CO.
To My Patrons!
Children's Dresses, Capes and Cloaks I
Luc4 mul Silk Hornets, Children'!) Fitns, l'nrnsols, Etc., l'.tc., Ktc.
A must Uumpleto Stock mul I.itoot Dentin, nnd prices that will aaUinltli you.
l.idlca' l'ine While Ucmmodtltuli HatulkorohlrfD nt $1 perduten.
LdUa' W'h't Kiiiliroldercd Hnndniulilefs I5:. cnoli or $ L2S a itorcu.
Lvltes Silk llrtiidkt-rclilcfi, embruldered; for 10c ui d upwards.
Gentleman's M Umbrellas, Sik Neglige Shirts and Pajamas!
(lontleinnn'ii l'ine Krck Wrar,MirM hnrttnlii".
(iL'titlpninii'n 8 Ik, l.'iion an-i Col rod llo'dr Hmi'ikfrcliIeK
(It'iitlcnmii'K Silk HaiiilkrtililvN nt .V. ench or :t.6la dozoii.
Uentleiiiiin's Kino I.lnon Hnndkurchlofa, fancy border; at $3.76 por doten.
Silks ! Silks ! Silks !
81'KOIAL UAUOAINil -mM IW SI'KCIAL I1AUGAI.NSI
Wo have Just Kclvcd jmr 8. 8. "OcoAnln" a Large Invoice of
Solid Colors and
Fancy Striped Silks!
Solid Coli n In all tho I)llrnt Slmdcx nnd l'rtty Strlwi.
oiler the Kntln- Ia)1
FOR SO O E1STTS A. ITJFiJO
3. s. uEmr.
Font Stuekt, H. I.
At Williams' Slmlio nrn to m nwii
I'ortraiU on Wntoli DinU, whirh he
ia mailing n hpcoiult) nf. Lantern
Slhhia for IneturH liy tho ol oi
H. l. ItOSIJ, Sccretiiry.
A TAnTTPXT M
At UUUUtiil, WroiiKlit Iron fenci-a
for liurlul mU, Keslduncts, (lurdeux, llitl
I'onivM, eto. Union ttrtut, iiuitny oiipoilte
Hell Tower. 1175-tf
Sonu) timn ao Mr. Simon Gold
ban in of San Luis Hey, Cal,, wb
troublnd with alamobaok ami rhoit-
matium Ho nhtitl Chamhuriain'H
l'.iin linlm and a prompt eurn was
ell'oi'totl. Ho Hays ho has sinco ad
vised many of his frioutls to try it
and nil who have ilono so havospoKon
highly of it. It is for sale by all
dealers. Hotison. Suiit h & Co., Atroutfi
I for lluwaiiau IslauUs.
Drawing and ' Painting
D Howard Hitohcock
CLASS DAYS, RATES, ETC.
IIRAUINU t MHXKm:
TuoMliiy mid Wi'diiuidny uftormotia or
Tni'biliiy and Wednofdny nionil iik, or
Kvury u'turnntu Baturdiiy iiftorn on.
Crltli'lsniB will Imi (Iven twice u week in
The ClnsK Itooini will in opun from H a.
m. to I'.' noon for morning cUsse; from I
to A i'. m for ittTiiium clitHHu.
llmulnu Class, per month $ H 00
" " S iikIu Lefson . 1 M)
1'alntliiK' Clusa, pxr month . .11100
" " Single Lbmsou ... 2 (HJ
Sketch CIuhs, J rue to regular clasH
pupils, to others 16(1
Special ralu for l'rivato 1'uiilln
lose doHlrliiK dally Html) nt ii'iisi
On SATURDAY, Jan. 5th,
AT 12 O GLOOK NOON,
James P. Morgan will sell at Public Auc
tion, at his Salesroom,
And at All Times
mul lo those
PIANO VOn BALE.
Situated on the miiuka riilc of tho Palama
Koari, and also on Kainehameha JV. Koad.
These Choice Lots ae located a short distance
this side of the Pertili.iug Plant. A lack of
water has retarded the growth of this portion
of the city, and the fact that water pipes are
now being laid makes this prp rty especially
desirable for residence purposes.
Upset Price, $140 Each.
-one-third cash, one-tl iru iu six months,
yiBKKirnai:i ;wiiw i
and one-third in one year from date of Sale.
No extra charge for Deeds.
Kg- For further information, apply to
t HANDSOMK SQI1AKI'
iuirf,i!t I'onilltion. hnllU'ii lone cood
any uiirlKUt arm a nuarier ine price,
IniiiK-iliute miicliuier. a Imriiuiii. Ad.
I ilresa "I'ltuo," ISullktim Olllco. l.'Jl Ut
BRUCE WARING & CO.,
503 Fort Street, near King Street,
HOKTOJLiTJJT-iXJ, H. I.
KCIRHSS' ROOT BH3H5K,.
TI' IS A HOMKMADK VN'I) IIOMKMAKINU llKVICKAOK.
It ii very eeily prepared, unil if the plain directions aro
followed, it will always bo good. Kory nicnibur of the fiiinily,
ft mil tho baby to the gr.tndfiither, can enjoy Hiiihs' Hoot Hkku,
unil every one nf them will luno better health for ench swallow
they tuko. It improves the appetite, purifies tlio blood, unil
Union the whole system. Children especially delight iu HlitKS'
Koot lli:i:it. Its prepurution interests them, and its use does
them Knd. 'll thousands of homes, "HiiiKs' Hoot Ukkii that
mother made," will be among tho happiest recollections ot
childhood It cleanses the sysiem of tho poisonous humors that
develop in kidney and urinary diseases, and in fact, iu any cusu
that urises from an impure slate of tho blood.
Distinctly understand Hunts' Hoot Hkku is without adulte
ration or any chemical or arlilleml udinixtiire wo prove it it is
iniido in our open Laboratory. Noseuret process. Wo tako tho
best Hoibs ami Hoots, boil them down, bottle them and send
them to you. l'erliaps there isn't another Hoot Hour Labora
tory iu the country open to public yo. Everybody knows Hikks'
Hoot Hkku chemicals can't approaeh nature. Will you use
natural H ot Heer and satisfy your thirst and strengthen yntu
body, or will you use artilleial Hoot Heer to save a few pennies
ami ruin your health? There is ten times as much Hikks' Hooi
Hkku sold than all other Kout Heer extracts combined.
Iloimox Duua Company "Wholesale Druggists
Hkn'sont, Smith As Company
IIollistkh Duuo Company, Ltd.. . .
Lkwis & Company Grocers