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1- THE CHIN ARRIVES '"" N "- m
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By COAL VKSSF.LS ARRIVK.
Paanrncera From the Orleutmikn-
linln For and I'roni the (Jnrdfii
lule Slemner Ilnnull.
Tim Carrier Dove hauled Id to Kort street
wlinrf this morning, where alie will unloiul
The lwrk Mnhlcnn arrived this mornlin;
with a cargo of gunurnl uiercliainllc, flora
Pun Kranclfcn She It l)lng it Ilri-wer'n
Tin S S Australia nailed at 4 yesterday
afternoon, tfomone let the stem line K le
frrr Hip uroper tlinu, ami fhe had to lie haul
ed In again.
The Mumier Hawaii, u tilth lins not been
In !it Inr lonj; hll , nrilved In tl- muni
lnj; Ir in llimull nllli n IIl'IiI i-iiiti" -'f mcr
She hai ho n engnjrd truinlei rlui. Miunr fion
point almij; the coant tu roMi-l ul llllo.
To-'norrow, Friday llluli tide law,
3.31 a m; high tde mnnll, il.OJ p m low "de
laru, U:li low tide einnll, 1U.01.
The Am chlp.IolinT llrortii nrrlu-d Tues
day i renluc from Neweaolh" The Nor b.irk
Marirncilie mrUed jeterda aftrrtioon, and
the Inrh lluiicl.ileer till inoriihis All lmw
cargoes of coal.
The O A V S S China, Capt SeaLury, arrlv
id from Lhlna and Jnpan this morning, ami
docked at I'aellie .Mail wharf, about Wlnji
from Yokohama She will probably fall for
Sju I'nmiUco tomorrow alteriioou.
The til;; hlp W. K. llabcoek sailed for New
York at noon todav with a large cargo of
sugar. Idle In port, the ship ha had ijulli'
a lot of 1 1 mi tile Willi her erew ThU nioin
liiS while denerlers were Ulns reliirmd.
they brolioaivay from the police, and smath
ed the window ol a Chinese n-lauianl. Half
of the erew are Jup.ineie, which were shipped
at thin port In place of dcerter.
yniDAT, Feb. 33.
Sttur Kaala, Thompson, from Oahu ports.
Stuir M.k.d.r.ln, HaKlunil, from Kauai.
S'tnr.IA Cummins, NtUion, from O-ihu
Mmr Hawaii, Kltrferald, from Hawaii.
V M as China, Seabury, from China and
aid bk Mohican, Johnson, from San Fran
cisco. NIc bk Iluudalecr, from Newcastle.
tmr .Mlkaha'a, Hnluud, for Ilanamaulu
and NawlUnlli, Kauul
Stmr Kunln, Thomp'ou, for lUhuku.
Stmr J ,A Cummins, Ncllion, for Oahu
Am (hip V F Uabcoek, Graham, for New
Fsiuuy, Feb :".
S S hiun, Scabury, for Sin FiancUeo at
Ion in. I
StinrW (i.IIall, Slmersoii, for Maul and
stmr I.lkolllic, WeUbarth, for Hawaii.
Satukhat, Feb 'J'J,
Sttur TUwali, for Honohlua Hakatau
and I'i pJi-koo.
l"r stuir Mlkalmln Chas C Goodnle, and 3
I'er uliiir China, from Yokohama, I'cb IS
Mr A J Carlill, Mr(i H dlmei. Mis I'un
liliiirlii'in. I'm!' A Kmbele, Mr mid Mr. (J I)
Ftur.i, ?nd rhllil. Mi- i;utirk, 3 children nud
servmit, and HJ In transit.
cim:at i. an it nam:.
Scrlfo of Nearly 'llilily I'roin-i Hen ul
-Tiitnos F. Morgnn will
ono of tbo lnrgost sorica of
Bales evor conducted liero
single event tomorrow and next
day. Tho sale will begin at noon
each dny at his bnlcRroom. Coiu'e,
cano and rico lauds, together with
many desirable residence sites,
some containing dwellings already
built, are to bo offered to the
highest biddors. There is a
largo number of lots at Kalihi, a
suburb of Honolulu every year
gaining in popularity. Tho water
question being now Bottled there,
tlio domind for building sites will
undoubtedly become more keen.
Nino slmi'i" in a colVeo urea nt
Uolua'oa, Kona, Hnwaii; oG'2
acres of part eoH'ro laud near TIo
naunau. with old and now coffco on
Ijarts of it, and Urt acres at Jlono
:un, in tho same coffee-region,
partly pluntad in that article,
will attract all who talco an inter
est in tho coffeo industry. There are
valuablo lands in Jlilo district on
tho lint. Turo lauds and lioine
steads in and about Honolulu will
bo offered. aUo clioice pr pirties
ulAVaihil.i and Pearl City.
Tho rapidity with which build
ing sit' have beu bought up of
late years, in Honolulu and
suburbs, by individuals wanting
them for homes instead of specu
lation, indicates a time in the near
future when it will bo difficult to
obtain independent homes within
easy reach of btibinoss.
Everything will bo marked at
cost or less during tho big closing
out snlo nt the Temple of Fashion.
Sale begins Monday, March 2, and
will con! i no as long as there arc
any goods left.
At tho adjourned annual moot
ing o tho Amorican lloliof Socie
ty, hold ot tho offlco of Bruco
Cartwright this morning, tho fol
lowing were present: V. F. Al
lou, vico-presidont; Bruco Cart
wright, socrotary and treasurer; J.
Eninioluth and O.B. Ripley of tho
Roliof Coinmittco and Messrs. B.
F. Dillingham, W. O Atwatcr, T.
F. Lansing, J. B. Athorton, P. C.
Jones and W. W. Hall.
After tho reading of tho minntog
of last meeting, on motion of P.C.
Jones tho secretary was authorized
to cast a ballot for tho former
officers, substituting tho naino of
W. (). Atwater in pfaco of Bruco
Cartwright (resigned) aB secreta
ry and treasurer, and thereupon
tho following woro declared elect
ed for tho onsuing year: Hon. C.
LI. Bishop, president; AV.F. Allen,
vice-presidont; . 0. Atwator,
secretary and tieasuror; J Eninio
luth and C. B. Ripley, roliof coin
mittco. On motion of P. C. Jones, Mr.
Athorton was appointed a com
mittee of ono to visit tho hospital
for tho ensuing yoar and inquire
into the condition of tho pension
ers of tho fund at that placo.
Tho present list of beneficiaries
was then carefully discussed and
considered and the secretary was
instructed to drop four of them
from tho list after making ono
more payment. This action was
rendered necessary by tho presont
depleted state of tho fund.
Tho socioty is in urgent need of
funds and all Amoricans aro ro
quested to call on tho Secretary
and register their names.
The interest in Mr.Roinig's evan
gelistic meetings is increasing
nightly and a spirit of earnest in
quiry is being manifested. Mr.
Roinig has tho happy faculty of
making ovory subject upon which
ho speaks so plain that oven with
tho most rudimentary knowledge
of tho Scriptures, one is enabled
to know just where ho stands with
regard to spiritual things. This
result is also hastened by tho use
of tho Scripture charts, by tho aid
of which il is well nigh impossi
ble to get astray on tho subject
under consideration. Tho "Es
sentials of Conversion" last night
were mado so plain in this way
that nothing but an unwillingness
on tho part of the hearer could
have prevented his knowing tho
Don't forget that tho great
closing out sale at tho Tomplo of
Fashion begins Monday, March
Thoro was 'an extremely pleas
ant littlo gathering at tho Eaglo
House on Tuesday evening last.
Mr. ami Mrs. McLean invited sev
eral of their friends with tho hotol
guests, including Mr. and Mrs.
Wirth, Mr. Cameron, Mr. and
Mrs. St. Leon, Mr. and Mrs. Mc
Mahon, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wil
liams, Mr. ami Mrs. Wnrner, Miss
Horrid;, MiBs McCovriston, Miss
Jarrett, Miss Adair, Mrs. Nichols,
Miss Nott, Prof. Price, Mr. Burns,
Mr. Alberto, Mr. F. McMahou.Mr.
Millor, Mr. Hayes, Mr. Gunst and
Mr. Knight. Dancing was indulg
ed in and light refreshments woro
served at S):;iU. Good nnisio was
in attondnnce and altogether it
was one of tho most delightful
littlo parties of tho season.
R. C. A. Potorson has resigned
his position in tho custom hotiso,
to take effect MarcJi 1st, and will
opon an oilico as general business
agent, collector and custom hotiso
broker. Mr. Peterson, who is ono
of the best known young men in
Honolulu, has been in govern
ment employ for six years, and
is thoroughly conversant with
every branch of Un customs de
partment. During this period Bert
has gained a host of friends, many
of whom will be much pleased to
hoar that ho is going into business
Messrs. W. C. Peacock .t Co.
have placed on sale at their
saloons, the lloyal, Pacific and
Cosmopolitan, the celebrated
Pabsl Milwaukee draught beer.
Jt is ono of the finest in the world
and its excellent qualities have
gained for it an enviable reputa
tion. It is the only draught beer
in Honolulu that is manufactured
oast of tho Itocky Mountains.
Tho Koyal, Pacific and Cosmopo
litan havo exchangeable tokens so
that if you buy n glass of beer at
one of them ami ie eive a check
as change fou your quarter it is
goorl for another gli . at either of
the throe places.
Stcnmera ot tho nbovo Lino running iu connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, 13. 0., nml Sydney, N. S. W.. ntul cnlling nt Victoria, B. 0.
Honolulu and Suva (1'iji),
On or about tho dates bolow stated, viz.:
From Sydney nml Siivn, for Vlctorln mill 1 From Victoria nml Vniiamnpr, H. C to
Vnncouvor. II. C.t
Stmr "WAlUtlMOO" Feb. 20
Stuir "AlIOWKHA" April 1
Through Tlclcets Issued from Honolulu to Canada,
United States and Huronc.
FiiKioiiTANDrABSENonuAauNTs: ' Z3T For Frctalit nnd lWnK0 mid nil
U. MCHICOMJ, Aioilireiu, niinuH.
Honniw Keiiii, WinnipcK, Cnnodo.
M. M. Stbiix, San Francisco, Cnl.
D. McNicor.t, Montreal, Cnnndn.
U. iUCLi. UltOWN, lineouver, 1. .'.
Anstralian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho Now and Fino Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Ocennio Stenmohip Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydney mid
Auckland on or nbout
March 8, 1896.
And will lenvo for tho nbovo port with
Mnils and Passengers on or about tbnt
For Sydney and Aucklard:
Tho Now and Fino Al Steel Steamship
Of tbo Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo due nt Honolulu from Snn Francisco
on or about
March 12, 1S96,
And will lmvo prompt despatch with
Mails and rasscngors for tho nbovo porta.
Tbo undersigned aro now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
in tho Vnltt'd States.
CS?"For further particulars regarding
Freight or Possngo apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
Oceanic StHhig Go.
S. $. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu Lenvo Honolulu
from S. F. for S. F.
Mnr. 10, 1800 Mnr. 21, 1800
April 13, 1890 April 10, 1890
From Snn Froncbeo From Sydney for
for Sydney. Snn Frnncisco.
trri'te Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Monowai, Mnr. 12, '00 Aliuneiln.Mnr. O.'OO
of nil kiudfi.
A. L. MORRIS & CO.,
01 Fort Stiei-t Teh-plume ti.
noxt to l.iicnft' Alill
Drays, Carts and
For PULLING UP Trees
Oceanic Steamsnip Co.
FEBRUARY 27, 1800.
il: a 13JJ!-. '-i-iu wCTayAnrju-jj um.1 aLu.yrr
Z-m I -
Suva nml Syilnnvt
Stmr "MIOWKHA" .... March 1
Stuir "WAlUtlMOO" March TO
I General Information, apply to
JHEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'fJ
A lii "km k
Occifteutal & Oriental Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG
Stenmcrn of tbo nbovo Companies will
call ot Honolulu on their way to the
nlxivo ports oir or nlxnit tho following
Stmr City of Peking Mnr. .1, 18PC.
For 3AK FHAIJCISC0:
Stciimers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong nnd Yokohama to tbo nlove
port on or about the following dntes:
Stmr China Feb. 21, 1890
Reles r.f Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO IIONU
Cabin 150.00 175.00
Cabin, round trip, -1
months 225.00 2C2.D0
Cabin, round trin. 12
nioutiw aa.Mi uiu.v!o
Euuipei.n Steerage.... fcu.00 100.00
C3"Posscngers raying full faro will be
allowed 10 percent off return faro if ro
turmiig within twelve months.
t2JFor Freight nnd Pnssngo apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Wikler's Stahip Co's
C. L. WIGHT, Pk-k. S. 1). ROSi:, Seo .
Ciipt. J. A. KINO, PortSupt.
Will leave Honolulu nt 10 a. m., touching nt
Lalminn, Mnnlnen liny nnd Mulconn tliu
siuno day; Muliukonn, Knwnilino nnd Lnn
luiliocboo tho following day, nrriving nt
Jlilo the snmo orculng.
Tncniliiv, Mnr .'1
Friilnv Mnr 13
Tiu.-i.iluy Mnr 24
Friday April .'1
Friday Feb 2S
Tuesday Mnr 10
Fritlny Mar 20
Tnosilay Mnr 31
lloturuing, will leavo Hilo nt 1 o'clock
I-. m., tuiuliiug nt Lnup.ihuclioc, Muhu
konn nnd Knwniline Hinie day; Mnkuun,
Munlnen Hay mill Luhiuim tbo following
day; nrriving nt Honolulu tho afternoons
of luesilay and Fiidnys.
J3No Freight will bo lcccived nftor
12 noou ou day of bailing.
Will leavo Honolulu Tuesday nt fir.ji,,
touching nt Kuhului, Unun, Ilnmon nud
Kipnhulu, Mnni. ilcturning aiiivcu ut
Honolulu Sunday morning i.
Will c-ill nt Jun, Knnpo, on second trip
of each month.
p3"Nu Fioight will ho rvL-eicd after
i-. m. on day of snlling.
Tlii.s Compnny will jfchcrrs tho right to
inulco changes in tho tiiao of ckpnrtiuo nnd
arrivnl of its htcniuerH without uotico nml
it will not ho n.,.p(iiiHillu for any onit
(inonots inibing theiefiMin.
CuiMiguf-L-K niiint lie nt Iho Landings to
rrcolvo tlioir Pr-igUt; this Company will
nut hold itwlf icupousiblo for freight after
it has been l.imlud.
I.ivo Stouk only nt ownorV lisk.
Thin Company will not ho it-hpoiihihlo
for Money or "VnlualilcB of pnhhongoni
unloss plncod in the earn of PuihCis.
Pnsheugors mo requested to purchaso
tioketH buforo embarking. Tl)0-,o failing to
do W) will bo Riibject to uu ndilitioiinl
chargo of twcnty-livo per cent.
City (JiiiTingo Co.. J. S. And.
ritilo, mnnngur. It ymi want n
hnok wijh good hovso nnd unro
ful drivor riiiR uj) i'uloplnino UU,
ODr' t-v of Fort mid Alcrcli; rt
'(rctu. linck ut all hours.
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
(Successor to O. E. Williams, H. H. Williams & Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,.
Piiinos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Chaii-s Jbr Rent.
Tombstones one! llonnments
lU-oidrnro nnd Night TclSl.'i.
imv '' ntS ' ' J '
-'J V -S
Importers direct from tho Fnctories in
AMERICA, MANILA, MEXICO, axd HAVANA
Of Tobncco nnd Oignrs. Pipes nnd
tSfir Just received n choice lot
"NVe'kk What Wk Advektisk
and Just as Repuksented.
We are PaconmUcrs on
Wt Il ft I t
?2j S! a y v,
C0LLECTI0N AGENCY. -
320 MERCHANT STREET p
Old Bulletin Uulldine.
Collections Promptly At-
. , . and Decorating:
Money Delivered the Day of Collection. , "
BISSELLTHOMAS. HUGH P. KINO. Fiftcou yeurs' exporionco nnd nil
MISS ELENORE INGERS0LL
'IXACHLU 01' THU NEW AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS
itusiiionc-o with Mm. n. 12. Wull, lk-vutn-nin
nml Miller htrfelK.
Ail.lrtBS 1. O. Dox -10.1. 102-hn
ATLAS --.-ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. Schmidt & Som,
Agentb for tho Hnwniiun I-slniidii.
W. 0. T. U. LUNOH ROOM
For Lailli-8 nml (iciitltintn,
At III Kln sticct.
;"I.U.NCII TIIOM HluU AM TO 1:S0 1'. M.
Our BttrnctlniiA nre lioino-miulii foml, n
cool nenl room nml fallffudory nttcnilnncu.
Tablou In t-nilu.
Snbi-orilu' fur Hit- Evi:.l,i fit'I.
i.ETXN, 75 centB ji r lumitli.
ZING STREET, Tel. 179.
HOLLISTEK & CO,
Cor. Ifort nni:.-TIcrcIinnt hu.
of Smokers' articles suitable for
"Wc nmko n fcjpccinlty of Shoes.
It's our business.
Wc propose to give- inoro
Value, Stylo and Comfort
Tlinn nnybody olso enn or will.
Mcki'uy's bhos tore.
405 Fort Street.
W. R. RILEY.
Lenvo orders nt Sundors' Ex
uvuh olllco, King Street, near
Fort. Tolophono 80.
CAN'T BE BEAT !
My $10.00 Dnth Tnlw, linoil with Ixiit
quulity, No. 10 zinc-, 0 in. Pino, Ulmin nnd
Dug. with uooil lini nil comploto. Othtr
(lunlt-rH mo iliinifoiiii(hi(l, ntul H-sorl to all
liiuunor o( TiiclcK nml Kiciihcn.
He not deceived, theso Itnth Tnh have
Wen nohl for SI I until I reduced tho jnloo.
I mil prepared to do nil work in my line
nnd guuinuttc butihtactiou: EHtiiuntes fur
niched. If you wnnt n Rood Joh t-henp for Cnsli,
I ling up Ti'lopliono 811, nnd I nm your
i JAS. NO'ITJu,
Tiiibiuith v: 1'luiuhori