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11 lK HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY. JANtMKY, 3, 189.1.
TIIK A.MKItH.'AN LKAllUK 11111.1)4
Ami llralflrmi Ita Pnriiirr Arlluli
llt-gal-il In the Aitvlftory Cmllirll
TI10 meeting of ttie American LvngUQ
last night was packed and enthusiastic.
A large number of npllcatlonH for
membership, tome of llioin from well
known clttiens, wero received and ac
cepted, nnd the finances of the organiza
tion were reported to be In a nourishing
condition. president Murray presided
nnd several speeches were ninile, ninny
of them red-hot ones, on the subject of
a Planters' Heptllilic. It was the unani
mous and resonant opinion Hint thn
Club should oppose sucli a scheme In n
body nnd insist upon a continuance,
through rain and shine, of the policy of
annexation. It was nlno determined
that tho policy of securing representi
tion In the Councils should bo pressed
with vigor and determination.
The coininitteo instructed 10 confer
with the directors of the Star about tho
candidacy of Mr. Smith to the Advisory
Council reported as follows:
Honolulu, Jan. 13, 1803.
To tub American LtunuK:
Gentlemen Your committee ap
pointed in conjunction with a like com
mittee from tho Annexation Club, by
virtue of President Murray, to confer
with the directors of tho Hawaiian
Star regarding the appointment of Mr.
Walter O. Smith to the Advisory Coun
cil, in case n vacancy occurs therein,
begs leavo to report us follows:
we have had a meeting of the board
of directors of the St A it, and 11ml them
unalterable in their objections to Mr.
Smith occupying a seat in the Council,
believing that same would be detri
mental to both the political and finan
cial interests of their paper,
In view of these facts we would re
spectfully suggest that thn matter bo
held in abeyance for the present, or un
til such a time as n vacancy shall oci nr.
and that in the meantime the name of
Walter O. Smith be kept berore tho
Advisory Council as the nominee of
HiMpect fully submitted,
T. li. Murray,
C. 8. Bradford.
We concur In the above,
I.. C, Ables,
C. li. Wood,
Committee representing Annexation
The report was unanimously adopted
with prolonged applause, una the fol
lowing resolution was carried without a
Resolved, That this League realllrms
its unanimous endorsement of tho can
didacy of Waller G. Smith for the pro
spective vacancy in the Advisory Coun
cil. Resolved, That it is the duty of every
member of this League to support unre
servedly the candidacy of Mr. Smith
and to use every honorable nieaun to
secure liis election.
Another resolution which secured
unanimous passage was the following:
Whereas, The Provisional Govern
ment has seen fit to allow two efllcient
iieid pieces which are needed in tho
military defense at the Executive build
infj to be shipped away to the Midwinter
Whereas. We deem it extremely
necessary that all the artillery nt present
in tills country do retnineii under tue
present state of affairs. Therefore,
Remitted, That wo respectfully protest
atrainst anv Held Dleces. cuns or nminu-
dition being allowed to leave this
Resolved further, That a copy of this
resolution, signed by this club's secre
tary, be furnished the President of the
The meeting was exceedingly entliii
siastic and determined throughout.
Till: 1IIG CKI.KIIUATIOX.
Poutlireft of Hie Day to lie l-'Ixeil ill
u Meetilli; To-iiit-hl.
A meeting will be held at tho hull of
tho Annexation Club to-night to com
plete arrangements for tho celebiation
next Wednesday. Tho military de
monstration, with company nnd bat-
tulion drills, will tako place on the fort-
noon of the nth. A goodly number of
Annexationists are advancing objections
to a torchlight procession. Ik-ddea u
dance a bonllre on' Punchbowl has been
siiKEested in connection with the lire
works display. Many nro in favor of a
mass meeting with short speeches by
the best local orators. The occasion
will bo a general holiday. Newspapers
will suspend ana business nouses close,
while livery riirs will bo at u tiremlum
undresorts will be thronged witli nieriy
crowds, flags win lloat ami patriotism
and loyalty will bp evidenced in various
Till) celubrntion matter was considered
at length at this morning's meeting of
the Executive Council, The Govern
ment will take a prominent part in tl o
ceremonies. Alter me military uisiuiu ,
which will end with a review by thu
Conimander-in-Chief, there will lie a
reception at the Executive .building.
President Dole and the Ministers will
receive m thu Council hull R-twecn 1 1
and 12. All citizens will be welcome. At
noon the national eulute of twenty-one
guns win do nreu.
Hamakua, Jan. 10. Puauiio is now
completed, By tho aid of a small pump
17000 gallons per day are obtained
Wherii however, the large pump is put
in,' the well, It is thought, will yield
more than twice that nuantitv of water.
'I'he wi er Is very clear and sweet, In
rict. it is dlftlcult to distinguish it from
i ruin water. The well is feet deep
which is a little below sea-level. Water
was obtained at a less demh. hut bor
ing was continued in order to make u
Tho snow on the mountain is grand
It reminds one of Switzerland. At
night the gentle breeze from the
mountain makes the atmosphere beau
During the past few davB I lie liigl
winds have continued and the sea has
consequently been very rough,
W. A. Kinney bus entered suit against
Doraki K. Pii for possession of part of
the estate of Koleil K, Pii, deceased
Mr. Kinney having been named as nil
ministrator. The projierty in question
is wortu f'lUt).
Kealoho luko lias applied to he an
pointed administrator of the estnto of
Ono luko. Tub estate Is worth 4U0U
Ilanna K. Ka Pali's will is so much Ilk
a deed or ordinary conveyance that it
will not be probated until further con
Bldered by the Court.
Two Defendant how.
Ferroira, tho Portuguese held for
vlolen tly assaulting a countryman, will
have a hearing on the ICtli. Miranda
another Portuguese will lie co-defend
ant The latter attempted to leave tht
country on the barkentine Wilder, leav
Ing a wife and child. Thu victim of
the assault is still in a very serious con
dition. 1U recovery will require
months, if he gets wolf at all.
tTC nttVC KKWM IN A .1 UTAH KM, t II ITT MM VIC II I Vnltl.'C
no uuno. a iwummio annuii i',r).
Oilier nf flie Annexation Club
Attention' Turn out tii-nlght.
A nillee ileltill now reloads rllle earl
ridge liell for target practice,
Thn test of the electric lights hint
light win entirely satisfactory.
Jurors for the February term of
Circuit Court wcrti drawn to-day.
Work li to liegln in a few days on the
outbuildings for the Sailors' Home.
Mall sent by the Monowai was 4,120
letters and 1,060 packages of papers.
Geo. P. Castle will lend the Y. I. (
A. meeting at (Is.'IO to-morrow evening.
Copies of the Willis-Dole pamphlet
are on sale at J, A. Martin's book
It is rumored that Minister Willis has
complained of the press criliciums of
Only u few casts of small moment
ere before the garrison court martial
A concert is being given at Emma!
square this afternoon by Professor
There will he an important meeting
ds evening of tho olllcers of the An
V regular quarterly business meeting
of thu U. Brewer & Co., (Limited; wus
held this morning.
Kolopena, a native is under arrest for
uns.iiilting his wife. She had left hint
id taken up with a blind man,
Makuuiiiinia, a native publication, Is
isHiiing wrapping paper editions on ac
count of thu Bcurcity of whito paper.
Kids for work on the new residence
(1. A. Peacock are lieing opened this
afternoon at the olllcu of C. 11. Uipley,
U. 11. Rose having reached his major
ity, his estate is turned over to him by
ins guardian. 'Iho inheritance is
Four Chinesa tried to beat a native on
uuuiiti, near Merchant, at noon and all
ere jailed. The trouble arose over a
Thu Daily und Weekly Star is on
sale at "The Uazaar." J. A. Martin's
book-storo in llilo, where subscriptions
uuiy be ordered. dw--tt
-Mia. K. K. I'll, by her attorney, files
brief general denial to thu suit" of W.
A. Kinney, us executor, for property of
the lute Mr. Pii.
At a meeting of the Hoard of limiii-
giution to be held next week action will
bd taken on the proposed importation of
5U00 Chinese coolies.
Chini You, onineso youth who
stubbed u native boy last evening, has
been remanded to await the result of
the injuries indicted.
Arrangements have been made to
inld the funeral of the late FranMyn
S. Pratt from St. Andrew's catheilral at
o'clock to-moirow afternoon,
Thoic is tulkufun impromptu football
giiinu lor next Wednesday afternoon.
Thu teams are to be made up of Punahou,
Honolulu ami Pacific players.
I'n-iiioiiow will be the last Sabbath of
Dr. lied; with ns pastor of the Central
Onion church. There will doubtless be
a large attendance at all services.
.Mi- .Muller, who gained some notoriety
by a collision with u section of the Police
department, left by the Monowai with
Iiih wife. Friends furnished the funds,
The Sentimllu, the leading and most
widely circulated Portugueso journal,
has entered upon the thiid ear of Its
publication. Our congratulations to
the editois 1
Tiio Executive Council meeting to
day wus held at the lesldencu of Mr.
D.ile. Thu health of thu President Is
much improved and he is spending the
afternoon in tlio country.
The Police station odlcial facetiously
efened to as having captured the af
fections of Vina King thinks that giv
ing currency to stph a statement is carl
ryiug n joke a bit too far.
A number of the bags of sand used in
building fortifications about the Execti-
live building were shipped to flic Mid
winter Fair. A certificate of their genu
ineness accompanied the bags.
Japanese released from Odliu
prison yesterday was arretted wdiile
trying to stow nway on tho Mono
wai. The man will be returned to tl.o
plantation ho formerly served.
Health Officer Reynolds is on duty
again after a wrestle with tho grippe.
He had this morning a report of one
new case of scarlet fever at llilo. All
the other patients are convalescing.
Two members of tho Provisional Gov
ernment bund left for tho coast by the
Monowai. Musicians nro now in active
demand in H.tn Francisco, Mr. Mariano
Gomez, the euphonium player, is quit
a loss to the band.
Dr. Trousseau, administrator of the
cs ate of the late King Kuhikaua, has
fihd a final leport witli request for set
tleniont and discharge. During the past
twelve months the executor bus received
.jdO.-tni.'-iO nnd paid out $0,893.4:1. The
chief sources of income were the rent
roll. Tramway interest, settlement with
the Reciprocity Sugar Company unu
sale of the electric light plant once
maintained at the former palace. Among
the expenditures were a luilunce of
$47 for medical attendance during the
ratal illness, fKWl.ra to take up notes
held by Knoiolani. 50 to St. Andrew's
rrlory lor Kapiotani unu f2iH to nisnop
HmoKlne In 'lliell- Temple.
A fow days ago the iiollce learned
that tho Chinese Jons houso near Kama
knplli church was being used as an
opium saloon. A descent was made on
tue place tins loreuoou, pnven i.uinese
either pmokinir opium or under tho ill'
fluenco of the narcotlo, were found. In
a!cooiilo of hours all of these were
bailed out by friends.
l'rosldeiit Dole, Judge Whiting and
Curtis lauki-a are off to-day on a shoot
VAItll.ll I.AIKir. INH-.HXMTS
Cnlllr, lliiMFii mil uiir Hi.-l -sti-mnir I
-l'rniiMt i;tMuliin A Ihimii
The Oahu Railway and Land Com
pany is probably tho only steam carrier
corporation In tho world owning and
operating a ranch department. It is an
extensive branch of the business, being
listed lu the assets st 0:!,88:i.!!ll. This
is aside front f.100 of Ewa plantation
stock. A steamer, the Frolic, valued at
$2,20.1, Is also owned by the company.
Several railways in the United States,
notnlily thu Union Pacific in the Paget
Sou ni I section, maintain complete
steamer lines. The ranch Inventory of
the Oahu Company includes 1000 bead
of cnttle valued nt 8,000, .10 head of
liorses worth $1.2.10, I Norman stallion
worth $7.10 and 00 head of thoroughbred
hulls nnd cows worth $8,811(1. jjestdej
this tlieie nre the U,!tf r cnttlo and 280
iiorses on tho "Campbell ranch." For
the three years ending July 1. 189.1. the
gross earnings of the ranches reached
the sum of $180,480.18 The expenses
wero Slu,BUB.U7, leaving a gain or
$20,000.21. From this is deducted j
$17,248.41 of interest, leaving it net
protit ot a,44t.tsu.
The land department is an important
fnctor lu this enterprise. It is figured
out as having tho value of $310,210.08.
It Includes terminal territory, sea wall,
real estato In Honolulu and Pearl City,
acreage at various points, Rciunud grovu
and improvements nnd the Pearl City
water-works' plant. Land sales during
the past three years returned $11,1,111,1,50
and water rents, $1472.40. The net gain
of the land department over andalHiie
all expenses was $70,0.18.58.
Tlio proposed extension or I lie railway
Is still a live project. Tho plan is to go
on to Knliuku mill, fifty-two mid one
half miles from Ewa, also to build a
branch from Waialua to Halsteud's mill
a mile and a nunrter. Contractor A.
Feek has made u hid for tho work on
estimates prepared by Chief Engineer
C. II. Kluegel. Total cost of the pro
posed extension is placed at $000,000, It
is planned to issue 0 per cent bonds in
Receipts of the railroad derailment
of tho corporation as it now exists
amounted for tho three years ending
July 1, 1803, to $250,376.15. Tho offset
includes heavy repairs to track on the
Pearl harbor morasses, $7,510,23; operat
ing expenses, $187,041. !18; Interest on
bunds. $69.98 i. This leaves net earnings
at $59,790.12. Passenger receipts aer
age $2,690,44 per month. The total for
tne term lroin treiglit receipts was
$103,210.10. The traffic includes moving
sugar, bananas and rice and miscel
laneous freight for 20t0 people along the
It is pretty well understood that a
long-time loan or $2,000,000, to be used
on extensions, will bo nt the service of
the company, and will lie available so
soon us the governmental question is
unaiiy setiieu, tins is guaranteed at
live per cent on. the showing that the
property will earn net $400 a mile nnnu
nil v. As is well known, careful sur
veys have been made for a line to belt
. The rolling stock and roadbed of thu
company are reported to be In excellent
A Hook for HiiuullntiH.
L. II. Irvine, the Keaminer'a tqierial
corresKindent at Honolulu, will soon
publish a handsome volume containing
the maslcrfut and popular lecture's of
President David Sturr Jordan of Stanford
University on evolution. In spite of tlio
accurate Knowledge imparted, the lec
tures are more fascinating than a novel,
In addition to a brief historical intro
duction by the publisher, President
Jordan discusses the following subjects)
'Organic Factors in Evolution," "Her
edity," "The Origin of Species and
Survival of the Fittest," "Do Species
exist?" mid "Degeneration in Evolu.
tion." Thousands of interosting facts
aw H't forth throughout tho volume, such
as every child has twice as many uncc.
tors a either of liis parents, A'liuiited
numlier of author's autograph copies
will be supplied by the Hawaiian News
Company, No work extant is at once
so charming and comprehensive, or ileitis
mi euieri.iiuiy wuu me greai iiicis oi
no lorn times concerning thu growth of
lie world and the 1 no of plants, animals
and men since first life on the glols' wax
Chalice In Hindu,
On March 1st next C, J. Flsbel, who
has so long kept the dry-goods store on
the comer of Fort nnd Hotel streets
will retiro from business. Tho piemUes
rucated by Mr. Fisliel have, been leased
by L. E. Tracv. who will move liti stock
of goods therein as soon us they are
vacated by the present occupant.
In 3leuiol-y of V. S, 1'r.itt.
flie Hug on the Judiciary building will
he at half mast to-morrow till after the
funcml of tho late Franklin S, Pratt, A
message of condolence, was sent to Mrs.
1 ratt to-day on the vote of tliu l-.xecutlvu
Council, llie letter included u high
tribute to Iho integrity, character and
U'efuliRSS of deceased.
Among the Interesting points to be noted
In Iron manufacturing processes and pro
ducts of lute, mention may be made of the
enumck-d iron of various colors which is be
ing so extensively introduced, nnd which,
according to a French Industrial paper, Is
produced by dipping tlie Iron plates Into nil
enameling liquid composed of 24 parts, by
weight, of. borax, 0 of soda salts, 15 of boric
acid, Si ot washed sand, 12 5 10 of feldspar,
8 M0 of saltpeter, and three parts of II nor
par. The plates are Urleu and nred, and
tlio coloring Is imparted by adding metullio
oxides as preferred. New York Sou.
A I'erfvct llrufel
'Henry, dear, liae you had a banl dayr
You look tired. There are your slippers
Hoht. liv thn IIkl"
".Maria, please don't let tuts go any fur
ther. I cuu't afford so much devotion tills.
year. Collections are slow, and you simply
can't nave mat,"
''-That's belter, I think 1 caullveuiitq
that title without going bankrupt." New
yoi k Ilecorder.
Itlirnall I. .Int.
Ishmr'' Pasha, whose Imd luck Is traced
by plan. Egyptians to hii act. while khe-
lllye, In letting Cleopatra's needle come to
this country, is not iH-ruillted to IraveCoii-
,lautinoplo without the surveillance of a
medical man, who Is also a diplomatic spy,
Ills condition Is not so precarious as tht
ut the creditors who advanced nun tvo.CAM,
noo, San Francisco Argonaut
llrr Very Own llenurlptlmi.
Kimuirer fat tlie iloor) I am trying to
Anil a tail)- whose married name I have for
gotten, but I know b Uvea In tliU tielnu
Uirliood. Sue in a woman tai-llj- ilencrllH-U,
ami peruana jnu know ter a klimulaily
lieuutlful creature, with, pink ami white
complexion, teashell earn, lovely eyes am)
hutr such as u KoUdeiw might envy. Sery
ant Heully, sir, I won't know Vole
(front heail of ktulre) Jane, tell the KHitln
man I'll bedown Ina nitnute.-Uootl Housti
keeping. A domestic remedy nf wlilo range of
uief ulnesa-U. & 8. llomaiqpatlito (,'ounli
and Croup Syrup.
Installation treitianl.i mnt n llellihl
Ml Modal fliili.
The hall of Excelsior lndgt, I. t). ), F,
was the scene Inst evening of one of thn
plcusuntint events secret society circles
linvu known for somo time. Tho oc
casion was tho Installation of olllcers of
t'acltlo Itcbekah Degree lodge No. 1,
I. O, O, F. Of course the ladles rule in
tills branch. Their mission to assist in
charitnblo work, to exercise their gentle
Inlluencu and to contribute tho grace of
their presence and their skill of man
agement at social affairs. There was
a thoroughly successful party In con
nection with last night's exercises, Re
freshments included nil the (KsentlaU
for an elaborate lunch.
Tills Is I lie list nf olllcers now In
service: P. N. O., .Sister A. E Hum
heliner: N. G., Sister F.M.NIcollj V. G.,
Sister K. Williams; secretary, Sister
ilodler: treasurer. Sister E. Turner:
warden, Sister S. E. Williams; conduc
tor. Sister M. White: It. 8. N. G.. Clias.
J. Fishcl: L. S. N.O., Sister A. Derrick;
It. H. V. 11.. 11. 11. Williams: I. S.V. (1..
Sister Ida Turner; chaplain, Rev, A,
Mackintosh; I. CI.. Sister C. Petlic; O.
G J. J. Locker. Tho Installation wns
conducted by Chns. J. Fisliel, district
deputy grand sire, with these assistants
as grand officers: S. .1. lcker, Sister J.
feme, II. II. Williams. Rov. A. Mack
intosli, D. P. Lawrence nnd Charles
A CoflVn Seinrntlllg MHrhlne .llnile llpre
Mt h flrest Hsvlng.
Coffee glowing is becoming such a
piouiinent interest on the Islands that
means for its cultivation receives curc
ful study. Thought and industry nic
applied to devisu ways and means to
save time nnd labor and generally le
iluco the cost of production, A com.
plete set of machinery for the removal
and conversion Into marketable coffee
grains of the ripe berries requires n plant
costing nearly $2,000. A planter owning
n small grove of coffee trees on the isl
and felt that he could not afford the
catalogued machinery. He called nt
iron works hero with his idea lor n
makeshift plant on paper. The result
was that n mechanic took hold of tb
job and built a contrivance that cost the
customer just $15. It was de
livered a day after the order was
placed and nfter a thorough test
was found to do the work of a 1500
machine. Orders for the separator will
certainly come from numerous small
growers. Coffee land in tho Kona ami
adjoining Delts is hcing bought or leased
and reclaimed constantly. A planter
from Ceylon, who has been in the busi
ness twenty eurs, says tlio Islands afford
the best coffee land in tlio world.
Tea culture is advancing. Pans for
drying are being made here for use on
A 1II.1M1 l.OVKIi.
Wn n Teiichei- of lnnrltiR- nnd AVreeked
Kolopine (k) was on trial In District
Court this morning for aRsault upon Ka
holokiihlkl (w). The woman desired to
enlist for the Hawaiian village nt the
Midwinter Fair. She could not dance.
The tutor secured to prepare her for the
stage was nn aged blind native. Tliero
sprang up between teacher and scholaru
kahiki bad been 1.8 man and wife twenty
years. This incident separated them.
The man wisely told his faithless spouto
to change her resilience. She joined
tho family of which her blind lover was
a member. In a few days she reiiented
of this but on returning to tho old home
was beaten ami cast out. Iho arrest
followed. It was charged that the de
fendant drew a knife, but he denied this.
Tho linn for creating a disturbance was
ST, ANIiKllw H UATlllUiltAI.. The ser
vices of the Cathedral Congregation
ot nt, Andrew s t athedrai for to-mor
row nro ns follows: 6;S0 a. in.. Holy
communion; ti a, in. morning sci
vice nnd sermon ; 7:.i) p. ni even-
King nnd sermon.
The services of tho Second Congrega-
ion or St. Andrews Cuthedial to
morrow (Sunday) will be as follows:
0:15 a. in,, morning prayer with
sermon; Vinite, Chard in A; To Deum.
Sauls hi l'l lleneilictus. Cooper in G;
iiMims, hi and asu; anlliem, "lilessed
Are I hey I hat Dwell in lliv House. '
by Tours, 6:30 p. m,, evensong with
sermon ; Magiillicnl, Roberts in (1
Nunc Dinntis, Vincent in E I hit
hymns 75, 82, nnd 034. Rev Alexander
Met' kiniosn, pastor, ah are invited.
Ckktkai. Union' Ciiuncii Sunday
S.hool ut l':l") a. in.
Public worship at 11 a. in. and 7:11(1
n. in. -
i lie loung reo piu s nociety oi t:nns-
tian iMidcavor win meet nt n:.iU p. 111.
All are coruiaiiy inviien to mote ser
Y. M. C. A. Sr.itvicRU. Sunday, II
a. in., nt Uitiiu .lull: 1:10 p. nu, iit'the
liirracks; :i:ii ti. in,, I utile study ut V,
M. C, A.; 6:30 p. m., Gospel praise ser
vice ut Y. M. C. A.
Tuesduy, 7:30 p. in., prayer meeting at
Y. M, U. A.
Lattkr Day .Saint. Reorgani.cd
Church oi jesus unnst oi letter )av
Saints; Mililanl Hall, rear of Opera
House. Hervices win no held on Sun
dav as follows: 10 a, in.. Bible class
Iltio n, m, ami i:-" p. in., preaching ny
r.lder J. Ulspp
rnrenidl to llr. llet-kwltli.
On Monday evening, ut half-past
soven, the members and congregation
of tho Central Union Church will give
Rev. E. G. Ileckwiih a farewell recen
tion. at which it is hoped and expected
the friends of the retiring pastor will bo
present, nr. Keckwith le.ivei for his
new ci.argo on Tuesday.
rlll-llo Letter n Hawaiian
The demand of Minister Willis and
reply of the Provisional Government
lias been translated into Hawaiian and
7000 copies of thu same In pamphlet
form will lie Issued In a fow days for
free distribution under the auspices
tiie Annexation Clult.
Has arrived and taken quartets nt the
establishment or Uolllster ,V Co, Th
Admiral Cigarettes nriulin very latest it
tio w'ay of a delightful smoke, ami
have met wan Immense success wln r
ever intioduccd, Hollister & On.
agents for thn Hawaii in Islands,
Mr. Kliut Is Hnrry,
Mrs. King, wluwe ik'sruto assault
nearly lluiblied fleorye asliinv:tiiii, Inn
licon bailcil at fV)0. The woman Is now
vere vt.rrv tlmt hIii. Ii-ioil Ui ulli'l- n i.ti't I N'AVAI. I'F.sueiJt.
mint in her lover'a head. She lian lK-eii !' H K Allium, NelMiu, Han Vruiieisin.
crying Ho much that she in nick. Waali-. H S i iV'J,'!,,,.
1..T.I, ,r. .11,1 r.i ....... 1.. ..,.,. .i.. .....I 11 M H Champion, UujUicu Itin.ke, llmi.
ngt in did not cine to 1 nweute and Jnnaiw-CriilwNBiUwn. Toru, Yokohama,
I IIIC lUn HCIiCilTl '"ll'kAiiuIoJohiiMjii.Kaii Krun.,Muli
LIRIC AnU UCIflCni UniM-lirJohuU North, 8a.. r'ran.
, Am hk Ceylon, Calhoun, Hun Kraii.
I'OR S,l.l AY
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
Queen Street Stores,
FLOTSAM AND .IKTSAM.
SI V.AM MUX
Neil Pilot' Onlrn Arrbli-lil on the
tlooouill KhuIu Willi Itlra
Mtuirtlrt Hint Ynrntet. 4
The schooner ltaleakala left for Moln.
kal this morning.
The schooner llangor is piling up coal
on tho new Fort street wharf.
The steamer Kauln brought in n big
load of rice for Hopper last night from
The bark Colusa is at Kinau wharf
receiving Eleeie plantation sugar from
the steamer Waialele.
Tho schooner Weatherwnx lias ills.
charged her cargo of coal at Kahulul
nnd wilt lea e for San Francisco ullli
sugar net! Wednesday.
The American brig Cousiielo left
Kahulul on the llth Inst with a big load
of sugar for San Francisco nnd the
schooner Anna left with a cargo on the
following day for the samo destination.
A quartermaster on board tho steam-
hip Monowai was slightly injured
yesteriluy i.fiemoon by a eling load of
sugar knocking him dmvn tho hafchwny
Thu Kirkeutinu Crocker and bark
iVnule Joliiisoii are still in llilo awaiting
cargoes. 1 lie schooner John G. North
eft last Tuesday from Mahukona for
The steamer Kinau arrived in from
windward Hawaii ports this morning
witli u smnll cargo and some of the
freight that she sailed witli. The
captain reports extiemely lad weather
unit next to Impossible to discharge or
Thu steamer MiknhuU arrived in this
morning with a big cargo from the lee
ward Kauai plantations, Slio will leave
again on Monday afternoon for Kauai
in order to double up next week, and
expects to return to this port Thursday
uioriiing und will leavo again that even
ing and return tho following Sunday.
Tlio old Pilots' office on Paclfio Mall
wharf is being renovated and painted
by the Custom houso guards for pro-
pectivo occupancy. Tho pilots will
probably move down next week. This
will be a great improvement, us a better
watch' can bo kept for incoming vessels.
A customs guard will be detniled to
sleep there every night.
From Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Ki
nau, Jan 13-IIon W O Wilder, G K
Wilder. J O Carter. Miss Burrows. Miss
Carroll, JMl Gait, Miss Rou Daniels.
Miss Mattle Richardson. Howard Hitch
cock, C H Fairer. Dr R I Moore. C A
Dovle. CCreichton. J II Stelllmr. Mrs.
Sarah Hapai, W I, Eaton. J R Wilson
and wife, Miss D P.ihau, K Okkt ts, E H
Lyman, W Gondie. T Yotomoto. S
Sugitn, Nagntn, S Kane. M Keliiaa and
daughter, II W Miat, Dr Lundy, C K
Mugulre nnd wife, Mrs O K Stillman, C
EVDore, Miss tattio Alexander. WT
Schmidt, C Timet, A Haas and 81 deck-
From Eleeie. ner'nUnftWalattmle.'
Jan 13 J (.' liune. Mrs J Kane. Miss 1,
From Kapao. per stmr James Malice.
Jan t3 Moii Keecli and child. R I
From Kauai, per stmr Mikuhala. Jan
13 Judgo Hartwell, .Mrs S W Wilcov(
Mlsa Wilcox, Miss Kinney, W Berlo
wiu. R Morse. J H K Kiwi. C Anal.
Ing Cluing, and 23 on deck.
Satuiipay. Jan. 13.
Stmr Kinau, Clark, from Hawaii.
Stmr Wainlenhi, Smytbe. from Eleeie.
Stmr James Makte. Ilaclund. from
Stmr Jlikahala, Ch.iney, from Kmuii.
Stmr Kiiulu. Thompson, from Pu-I
Di:i'Aim iti:s. '
Sch Jnn G North from Maliukona!
l.'I ,7,111 1 ItlllUIHCU, A Ut'BUUJ , Ullll V,
Am brig Cousiielo from Kahulul for
San Francisco, Tuesday, Jan !).
Am sell Anna from Kahulul for Kan
Francisco, Wednesdy, Jan 10.
I'ltOJIXTItll IlKl'Ain UltKS.
Stmr Kuala. TliomiMon, for Ka-
liuku, Monday, Jan l-'th, at 0 o'clock.
Stmr James .Makee, 1 lajl n m I. for Ka-
pau, Jlonilay, Jan lath, nt o i clock.
Btnir Jiiitnifjia, tjiiuiiey, mr Koinn,
Eleeie, Makaweli, Walineu and Ke
kuba, Monday, Jan 15tl., at ,' o'clock,
Am sell eatherwax, from Kaliului
for Mtu Fiancisco, Wednesday, Jan 17.
I.MHMITk AMI CONSItlNi;K1.
Ex Wnialeale -J60 birs sinrar. no-
count Kluele phiutstiod, for Hackfeld yt
Co; 1000 lies Htiunr. account Waimea
plantation, for .Sliaefer C11,
Ex Mikaliala 2080 bus siiRur, uccount
Meier t Kriibe; 111 JO bgs simar, account
Knlo.i plantation, all for Hackfeld &
Co; 400 b(j- sui?ir, account '.Vaiinea
plantation, for Hliaofer & Co.
Ex Makee 2,"i30 bejsuKar. Hrewer A
Co, uccount Keulia pluntullon.
Ex Kinau 14) I It bps sugar, !l:l io-s,
I hore, 307 bgs spuds, !1T l'i;s coin, 32
IkIIs bides, 111.1 hs tUKur,
i:.r(lll'IS AND CONSKINIIIts.
For Sin FrancUco. per It M H S Mo
luwal, Jan 12 John Hhaw, 111) bchs bu
um.iHj fleorRe Lyciirgus, 300 bchs bum
li is; 11 Akiiil, lei bchs bananas; V Costa,
500 bchs bananas; flonsulves V I'm, '2V
Ih'Iis lianuii'is-, Sing Kiux. l-:' Ih-Iis ba
nanas! F F I'nrter, i!(V7 bchs banaiius; V
I.11111 Hinir, l"l bchs hanauani Chas Wil
cox, Ih'Iis banaiias; Cuuipbell,
Marahal (V C11. I 'JO.' bclis baiiunas; J110
Kidw'ell, 1WI pki;s pineapples; II J Wal
ler. 711.1 Kieeii hides; W H ll win & Co,
.1019 bus lT0l,t'J.1 U) siiKur; Hawaiian
Exposition C-oninaiiv, 1 lot exliibits-.
Biiudiles ill bxs lielel leaves and -In
I pks sundry niercliaiidin Ihuiiehlio
j value, ijs J5.048.
Am wh Wiwitherwux, at Kahulul.
Am 111 11 1' P C'roeker, Jloxleo
Haw hlr Manna Ala, Hmltli, Kau hruiifluii
rm li Tiiiiiklt, Joegeniou, R111 Frauclei,
nui aem- .10ua, iiuiwi. nun i-ruuciMHi.
Am brlx W O Irwlu, Wllllauu. Kuu Krun.
Ilawalluii hk Andrew Wileh, firuw, H V.
Am M-hr Anna, Norlierg, Hau Krun (Kali.)
Am K'br Alice Cooke, I'eiilialtow, I'uget
Auihktu W II Diiuond, Bun Kraiielsin.
Am 4chr llangor, A, Noes,tlf,
j VIlhSKI.S IN I'Ultl'. I
TiiKiii: wiiZ iTeXmeeting of
the Olllcers of tho Annexation Club this
SATURDAY ovenlng, at 8 o'clock, at
Headquarters. Ily order,
216-lt Assistant Secretary,
During 'inyj ulisenco from the Islands
MlbiC, A. l'KAC'OCK
will act for me under full Power of Attorney.
215-lt W. C. PEACOCK.
vt ti Dtieuulii
A 21 gul. Nickel Plating Outfit complete
with Solution, Anodes, Storage ami Primary
batteries, etc. Kmpdreat the Armory, Here
Inula street, i.i'ail.lress P.O. llox44l. !M5-lw
During my U-nipornry alisence from Hono
lulu Mn. C M. V. Forstkh will act for
mo, and the California Fi-od Co.
T. J. KINO.
Honolulu, Jan. 12, Ihtll. 2t-V.lt
GOOD HUSINESS ON FORT ST.,
G. E. liOARDMAN,
218-tf 510 Fort Street,
The Yokohama Bazaar
cnilNP.lt HOTKI, A.NP NUUANU STIU'.Kr.
UAHJltHT APPROPRIATED A NOVKIr
ty consisting of n MAGIC POCKKT
KN'lh'K. Tlilskiiitecuiitaluabesldes the usu
al blades, a glnss-cutter that will cut easier
than u diamond 20,000 feet of glass; it will
also be round tiscftil for a jwijier pattern cut
ter; it has also n ludaucu that will weigh any
thing up to 12 lbs. This was the greatest
success of tho World's Fair, Wo have only
a limited munlier. Tho Inventor has kindly
oOeredhls servlcesbyshowlngthe ptuekascrs
tho wny of ming this wonderful knife on
Saturday, January 13th. Price, only W) cents.
UAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
TIM hi TABU 15.
1st. i sua
TO EWA MII.U
Lean Honolulu .... .8:45
bmi' IVurl (Ml)- ..'
Arrive I'.wa Mill VS."
C it. II. A.
A.M. A.M. I'.M. I'.M.
t,eav Kwil .Mill Ml 10:4.1 3:4.1 5:42
Iavn I'earl City. 6.M 11:1.1 4:1.1 6:1(1
Arrive Honolulu. .......7::0 11:55 411 11:4-1
A- Salunlay's only. (3 Hundny's excepted,
II Unity tl Sntunlaj's excepted
lty llui llovel-liliieiit Hurley,
1IAIIOM. I llU.lt,
, I UO.
77 ,11 02,
a uw,,.n ki!
4 2.,-J 1.9.
HI , .1 :m.oa,L".i.!is
liarnmater corrected for temtteratiiru and
elevation dui not lur iniiiuiie.
Tides, Sun and Mnon,
?! si 1
UI1. p m.
s 4..VJ 4J
I'rl. . ..
1 2' 11-40
10, tt.W 6 .V
Ill 0.(6 T-'JOi .'.10, O.SO
12 7.25 8.15 2.:)l 1 110
1J 7.&-VI0.O) 3 00 2.30
6.IU 5JJj 9.K1
ll 10 5.1i7,lU.CI
6.10 s.as u.iw
S.lt . . ..
lllllu.ioi 8.:nj j.m 4.(0'
6.401 5 ffill
Flrit uuurter of tliu, ino.in on the 14th, at
lima Whittle Illowsnt Hi., 2Siii..9ls. tv.i.i. tjf
Honolulu tliuu. w men u tliu same as I2li , 0m.,
Oh. ofdieenwlch tllne. "
For efrv 1WO feet 'nf dUtsncu of tliu ulj-
bcrver ifniin the Cuatotii IIouki-) allow one
second for traiisinlBSioii ot suiiiil.or5 seconds
10 11 siaiiiie nine.
lonciiiN 9IAII, hi:kvk;i:,
KteHiiuklns will leuvo for and arriva from
Kan Francisco on tho following dates, till the
ciosis 01 jo'.h ;
AllKIVE AT 11'N'I.UI.U,
I.KAVK HOSOI.UI.D KOIl
tUOM HAN FCIhCO
Oil or About
rartMlla.-. Jim 18
Warrlmoo (Vn) Jim 2:1
Australia Inn 27
China ...fell 7
On or About
A raw a
Minion al ,
Jlonowal .(ell 1.1
A ran a.. ...... teb 2-1
Australia ff.i" 2i
.. -Feu 1
. . Msr
. .Mar a
. Mur 21
.. May 19
. May SJ
. Auk 21
.A 111: 81
.. Hept 8
. ..f-ept VIS
.. .Oct 25
. ..Mat 211
Aiuiiidl ,. .
. . .hints il,
... Juno 21
Aut-lralla - -A
A usual la
A list ratlft ..
. ix-pl 1
.Nn 1 20
.. Oct l:i
.. Oct 18
Nov 1 1
.. .luti I
iniii:ioN vi:sm:i.i i:xim:cti:i.
(ler-hk (iah itou, 1Ioui;Luiik
Am hrat Lurllue, HII", S )'
A,,, I. L 1.1 11 Kn,-..ol.i,l a k'..i, yiw
Am lk Martha D.nlo-i, ilotoii
llci.li Vltln'a, I.Imuxh.I
(K-r hk 11 ilaekfekl, UveriHKil
A , Llr ll e eiiuttuv iiu,,i.i,.u it....
tier hk Nautilus. I.tvenuui
I Amlikllurvwtoi', llilo, HP
j Am I'll Carrier Dove, New intl
... r.i , I..F.1U Ullll 19
Am bkt Mary Wlnkleniun, N'weantlu Jau 91
Anikchr Itolwrt Iiwerii. Han Krun Jan 31
Haw hk !ahl, Newcastle Keh I
AmbktiiMary Wlnkleiiiau,Newc.iktle, Keh t
Am wUr (llfuilulo, I-hircka Keb 1
nr UK velocity, uoiiRiioiiK Fdi I
llr hk Xautlntiu. NeweastTi
flerbk J Utilaile, Liverpool
Haw tik Helen lliewer, N Y
110 fell 15
Mar, I, 1
Am behr Itartlett. Ne.wWtlo Slarch'JO
MR. T. J. KING,
lias f;oni; lo the
Coast ftir an.
ntliur Cargo of
1 lav nnd Grain.
Tons &Tons & Tons of
have been pouring into our
Store and Warehouses the past
few weeks Ex. barks "Paul Isen-
berg" and "J. C. l'flugcr" from
Europe, and the different steam
ers and sailing vessels from San
Francisco. Our stocks of heavy
goods, such as Black and Gal
vanized Chain, Galvanized Sheet
Iron, Sheet Zinc, Pig Lead,
Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Lump
Chalk, Shot, Bar Iron, Etc., has
never been so large and com
plete as it is to-daj. Fence
Wire Our stock on 4-5-6 black
and 4-.S-6-0-12 galvanized is
very large, and we claim il is as
fine a lot ol wire as ever came
to the country. However, we
don't ask you to take our word
fo it if you don't wish lo, just
come in and we will let you cut
a piece off of any coil and put it
in our big vise upstairs ami you
can twist it, bend it, tie kno'i. in
it, and test it to your heart's
content, and alter you have done
this and asked the price ol it
you will be pretty sure to buy
Galvanized Buckets and Tubs,
Sauce Pans, Tea Kettles, Ball
Ulucing, Crown Soft Soap. Fine
Clay and Day & Martin's Shoe
Blacking we have plenty of
now, and our stock of Galvanized
Flexible Steel and Iron Wire
Kope is complete from 3 to 4
inches. Ilubbuck Boiled and
Raw Linseed and Castor Oil,
White Lead and Zinc, Red Lead
and Oxide, Colza Oil and Stock
holm Tar, all came by the "lscn
berg" in line order and are
offered at low prices. Now is
the time to have your Collin
trimmed ; the hundred sets of
"Collin Furniture" just received
are going oil like "hot cakes.
The new "Pumping Plant"
works well and you can get all
the water you want, so you
want one ol our new Lawn
Sprinklers. It is the best
bprmkler ever sold here, - no
. . . ...
parts to wear out, as it does not
revolve, and is good lor either
light or heavy pressure of
Electrical Goods. -Out
stock is more complete than
ever, and we have five men hard
at work wiring houses for Elec
tric Lights. We can furnish
wou the fixtures, shades anil
lamps in any style, and if we
wire your house you can feel
sure it is done according to tin
latest Underwriters' rules.
Game is said to be plcnt
We have the light kind 1 .
Schtiltzc, Wood, or Black Pott
tlet Cartridges to get bip bag
HE. 0. Hall & Son
Con. Four and Kim;
C03 FOHT STREET,
la prepared to nmiiiifitetiiie iinyiliiii);
ill ita line, '
Souvenir Spoons a Specialty.
AUo on hand 11 Kino Slock of
!iiiior!fd Jmvelry every llilnj;
In the latest deslgna. , . , ,
I8LANH Ouiikks I'mmptly Attended
6 JTJ JACOBSON
A word to' the wise is suffi.
cicut; our double stores arc
adjacent to the above in
stitutions; by calling tit the
former, you present your
check, receive your money,
then slen across to our
store, make your purchases
torChristtnas; and such as
require the attention of the
1 Post Office "which is next
door to us," our clerk will be
I pleased to look after foryou.
New York City,
or rather a fair proportion
of that great metropolis has
just arrived at our store.
Remember, we never take
. a back seat during the holi
days. Our goods pur
chased direct from the
embrace a complete assort
uieiit of most desirable
articles for X.mas Gifts.
Cases . .
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
It is utterly impossible to
make a list of everything, as
the Stau isn't large enough,
and we don't want to cle
privc other advertisers of
their space ....
A CALL : :
and inspection of the differ
ent lines on view will repay
you for the trouble of com
ing down as far as Merchant
street, as you will find the
largest assortment and low
est prices . ' . . . .
Books fur the young people,
Books for the old people.
Games anil Calend rs, Au
tograph Albums, Letter
Cases, Cigar Cases, Music
Kolls, I ranies lor Pans
Panel Photos, Ink Stands,
Photograph Albums. Book
lets. Wiltl West Games.
Toilet Sets (an entirely new
line), Photo Boxes, Necktie
liiixes, Mirrors, Collar and
Cuff Boxes, Work Boxes,
Shaving Sets, Manicure
Sets, Jewel Cases, Music
Boxes, Lap 1 ablets, Port-
folios, Papelries, Paper
Knives, Match Boxes, Pen
Wipers, Writing Desks.
Games, etc., for Children.
from . , .
Tuck .t -Son
i . .
44 J '4m.. '
Kverj'tliiug to Le found in a first
class Music Store, from a riauo
down to a Jew's Harp. AIsp full
Hue of ... .
PACIFIC COAST DIARIRS.
N. II. ISLAND ORDUUS . . .
promptly attended to. Good
packed and delivered at uteflmer,
frrc of charge
News Co. Ld.
H. MAY & CO.
Wholesale and Reti.il
S Furl Sh'ot'l.
; Hotli Telephones 22. V. O. Rox 40