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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY, 15. 1894.
TWELVE MONTHS AGONE.
of a cowri.K or
A ConiUtulloii That wm not I'rnrlalmril
A Mmlileneil Monarch Ciiniiiilllee,
Yesterday was the nniuvcrsnry of one,
of tlio most Important days of Hid tin.
rising which lias wiped out Hawaiian
Monarchy. The I4th of January, 18S:i,
witnessed the prorogation of the Legis
lature and the first open resistance to
tlio authority of Ltliuokal.ini. She was
forced to forego proclamation (if the
lietween 1 and 2 o'clock on the after
noon of the 14th the town was throw n
into a state of feverish excitement by
nows that the Queen was determined
that her Cabinet should sign the new
Constitution and that she proposed pro
mulgating the same at once, l'ollltcnl
happenings of the past week lini! heen
portontlous and threatening. There had
occurred such things as the wantof con.
Ildence vote, the secret attempt of the
Queen to override her ministers, the
Btar chamber plotting with Noble
Dreier and others, the signing of the
opium and lottery bills and the alarm
ing talks of House members. At u
general meeting of business men
measures to circumvent tho predicted
appearance of the new constitution weiu
suggested, but so preposterous did biicIi
a lino of action on the pal t of the ruler a
pear, that no preventative measures were
taken. During tho forenoon of tho Mlh,
however, it was learned positively that
the Queen had marked out her course of
rule or ruin and would follow it. The
Cabinet was urged to steadfastly resist.
Strange to say, the Legislature adjourned
On the afternoon of tho 14th the llrst
tremblings of tho upheaval were felt.
The program for issuanco of tho new
constitution was inaugurated by a pre
arranged request for it from u native
political society. This had been ordend
as a feature of the measure of opposition
.proposed. Some of thenatlves rebelled,
'drawingthelino when thev were refused
even an intimation of the contents of
the infamous Inagna charta.
Crowds of natives had gathered in the
vicinity of tho Palace. The Ministers
were summoued by the Queen. They
appeared to find her regally arrayed
and turning tho pages of tho new Con
stitution. They had assured themselves
that a resolution would be precipitated
if the Queen persisted in violating all
law and surmounting her authority.
Her final answer at this interview was i
" Gentlemen, I do not wish to hear any
more advlre. and intend to promulgate
the Constitution and to do it now." The
ministers were told that she would read
the Constitution on the steps of the Pal
ace if necessary. This would simply
mean a riot. An appeal to citizens was
made by the Ministry. Leading men
assembled at W. O. Smith's office, nnd
decided with one voice that tho hour
for decision and positive action
had arrived. It was a question of
liberty or worse than slavery. They
would resist to the bitter end this
revolution of the throne. With this
knowledge the Cabinet, in face of
the fear that they might be arrested
and punished returned to the Queen.
Lilluokalani was, after a stormy
Interview of two hours, convinced
that she' simply held the throltlo of
a volcano. She most reluctantly and
without any attempt to conceal bitter
ness yielded tp the extent of agreeing to
temporarily postpone the new Constitu
tion. Then the maddened, disappointed
woitian appeared before the Invited ns
semblage in the throne room. Her
memorable speech, adroitly couched In
" the-honeyed words of a skilled politi
cian, was delivtred. Mr. White thanked
the Queen, nndtdie retired. Mr, Kaima
mauo. a fierv suuDorter of Liliuoknl.ini,
made himself heard, said he wanted the
lives of the Cabinet and was thirsting
for blood. The Queen, now half-frlght-
encil. but still unsnaken in ner inten
tions, spoke from the upper balcony of
the raiace. one seiu sue una neen oc
troyed by her Ministers, but the new
Constitution would early 1m fortheoiiv
imr. Mr. White, from tho steps, de
nounced the Cabinet and counseled
their murder. He was induced to cease
and the crowd dispersed. All this was
for a Constitution that vested the Queen
with untrammeled power, exempted na
tives irom taxation and tusiritncni.sco
white men not married to natives.-
That evening the Committee of
Safety was oiganized. On the morning
of the 15th, a year ago to-day, tho
campaign of the Committee was maimed
out. All phaseB of the crisis were dis
cussed. They acted subject to the ap
proval of a citizens' mass meeting.
which subsequently gave them thw-
heartiest endorsement. The 15th in
1893 was Sunday, hut on that day .the
foundation of the Provisional liovern-
raent was laid and the death knell of
Hawaiian monarchy sounded. The
Queen and her retainers weiu not idle.
A truce was patched up with the lately
denounced ministry. Them rest of the
Committee of Safety was proposed, an
opposition mass meeting was designed.
mere was dratteu, signed ana dis
tributed in printed form late next
inorniug an official statement that the'
new constitution nail been abandoned
and that changes in tlio old would
onlv be made legally nnd reuulurly.
The attempt to stay the uprising cume
too late. On the ICth, mass meeting
was held and on the 17th the waning
star ol monarchy winked out,
KNl) OF 1118 1'ASTOUATi:.
Ilev. Dr. K. CI. lleokitlth's IMeutiliifr unci
TESr Unumml farewell DUcourse.
The last sermon of Itev, E. (1. Beck
with .as pastor of the Central Union
church were heard Sunday morning
and evening. On both occasions the
largo building was crowded. The pul
pit was dressiJiwlth flowers and vines
and the musiVlas unusually attractive.
there being len, voices in the choir.
ino retiring pastor said lie could not
trust lilmselt to deliver dlscours
es of the nature customary to
farewells. He would simply offer to
his congregation words of cheer and
advice. He had tried to teach his
hearers to put all dependence in the
noiy writ, no believed ills exhorta
tions had borne fruit, The society had
prospered and grown greatlv. If it
clung to the faith its strength and help
fulness would continue and blessings
from above would dwell with it. The
venerable pastor urged a well defined
well settled course. He admonished
them to continue llbeial and vharitable,
to bo unceasing in tho battle ngalnst in
temperance and uabbalu-breaklng.
be watchful of the young men nnd
women, to let the Infltiouco of Christi
auftv have a bearing upon daily life.
lav. Mr. Iteckwith regretted that hu
linil been unable to call upon enci
friend before leaving. This evening
farewell social will take' place in tho
parlors of the chuich.
The Admiral .
Has arrived and taken quarters at th
establishment of Uolllster & Co. The
Admiral Cigarettes are the very latest 1
the way of a delightful smoke, an
)iave met with immense success wher
ever introduced. uolllster K co
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
I).- & S. Homceopathio Hore Throat
Tablets curative and preventive. For
tale by all druggists.
Tim (ietrlirnllnii Arrangi-nitwita l'arn in
tlm llaliiln nf I'Hpiibtn lleUIU.
Thero was n large ntteudauru on Sat
urdny evening's meeting of the Anno,
it Ion (.'lull for the arrungeinent of mi
ntiulverMirj celebration next Wed new
tiny. Uon tin, report of tlio joint co ji
inllti e from thu Cluli nml the American
Ini?11U It OH lll.fllleil ft, IlllVn .........
. meeting, fireworks and music as tin
eniures oi me even tur iirourniiim.i.
Tho meeting 111 be at the Kxecutlve
minding square. Un motion 'chairman
McStocker appointed a general com
mittee, which was divided Into mi!,.
committees as follows :
mance T. v. Lansing, L. 0. Abies, J,
McLean, Orators O. II. Jtlplev, Dr.
. H. Knierson. T. 11. MoNtnik..r" n h
Bradford. Fireworks T. II. Jlurnn.
O. Alwuter. Jas. Noll Jr. Mnale
null fliimi, J. II. Kennedy, Decern.
tiou (J. (1. Strnteuieyer. J. S. Martin.
Kldwell. Dr. C.I1. Woods. D II Ni.iiil,
W. O. Smith, J. V. Sluionson.
llieao committees will rejiort at 7
I'ehick this evening.
ine tuny oilier IiiisIiiphh transacted
ns lo accent and fllo the lenrirt of the
olnl e nnnittco of conference with the
STAlt directors, recommending that the
iinme of W. O. Smith lie kept before the
Councils as u candidate for a prospect-
ivu vacancy; in pass a lesoiutlou, pro
posed and advocated by Mr. Lansing,
gamsi sending auroail lor men lo fill
acant clerical positions here: and to
ass tho famous Martin resolution Grant-
ig certificates of membership to those
no nciong to the Annexation Uluu.
ItOllAIHiY NO SPEAK1NC.
WATKIt ON Till-: MAMS-MKKT-
tit, Usual Orntum !) Nut Care l,
Ho any Hiell.litmlliiT un VWilne,.
ilil) lltenliij; Ket.
At noon arrangements for tlio Abroga
tion day celebration hail assumcdasome-
lat puzzling phaf e. There Js trouble
n securing ointors and it looked very
much as though there would be no
speaking. 1'resulcnt Dole, Messrs Wild-
King, Damdn, Prof. Scott, Prof.
llusbief, Mr. Kinney, W. U. Castle and
several others for various reasons de
clined' to appear. .Mr. Ripley and his
committeemen will have a negative tone
in then- report to-night to the general
Sneakimr of finances. T. R Lnnaini?
Bald all the money needed could be had
in a couple ot hours. 1. is. .Murray hat
elected a lot ot ureworks and Much
Ijium Iku stcurcd nn option on the Pro-
isional Government band. Mr. Strate-
i ver said the decoratim; committee
had intended to do something novel and
elaborate if thev could nhico a sneakers.'
stand on the Merchant street side of
Union Siiuure. He said thev would show
something attractive in any event. Mr.
Sliatemeyer was in favor of n big toicli-
ngnt parade 11 there was lo bo no ora
tions. llONOlt TO HIS MKMOIIV.
IirKvly Allen, led l-'miernl of the I.ate
Franklin S. 1'ratt un Sunday.
St. Andrew's cathedral was over
owded during the Franklin 8: Pratt
ibseqtiies Sunday. Hundreds were un
able to gain attendance. Every mem
ber of the wldo circle of admirers of the
leceaseil gathered to pay the last tribute
f respect. In life Mr. Pratt had en
gaged to a high degree tho esteem nnd
confidence of tho community. Citizens
from every walk of life wero eager to
(v. uieuce their appreciation or tho man
by Inking part in the funeral. The Ha
alian bund contributed somber music
at the cathedral nnd headed the cortege
to iNUiianu cemetery. Olr. Wray Taylor
resided at the organ and a number of
beautiful and touching hymns were
rendered by a specially selected choir.
Major Sewaid managed tho interment
and, with otliys, comforted the sorrow-
ig willow. Key. Alex. Mackintosh
never more eirectu.illy read the grand
ml impressive Episcopalian burial
M rviee. I hero seemed to bo especial
urco and consolation in tho bentence
I nm the resurrection and the life."
loral tributes covered the casket and
filled the chancel and almost flooded
tint burial plot. The pall bearers wero:
win, u. irwin, Jiidgo Whiting, J.u.
hrter. Win. roster, Geo. J. Hoss, Wm.
'. Allen, Godfrey Brown and A. S.
( Leghorn, There u as a guard of honor
composed of sixteen kahili bearers. The
Hag at the Judiciary building was
ut half mast and most of the Govern
ment officials attended the funeral.
WA I AN A 12 SIIAUKS.
They Lend the t'rtit-eHHliiii anil Should
Hate a Chunc-e. at the 1'air,
Epiiiiit Ki'A'it: It appears that tho
shark crop of Pearl Ilarlxir is short'this
year, ami a dearth of that pleasant
breed of insects consequent thereat
Your correspondent humbly suggests a
trial of tho famous shark preserves of
far-off" Wuianae. This locality has
oiil' en loved the proud distinction of
producing this noble fish in nil styles
and lengths, from the playful haminer-
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ueuu. to iu nnau reiuiive auiu uiiu
willing lo swallow an average sized
canoe, owner, middles and all.
While as a rule our people discourage
-the capture or killing of these gent'o
creatures, yet, 10 ine end that our pro
ducts may lio wen represemcd at the
Midwinter l'nlrwo cordially invite air,
ilcox to sail his yacht down sumo
nuiet evening and tow homo a nice quiet
vtatauae shark, anynuere Irom six to
thirty feet in length. No need for him
to do any talking, "just drop u line," us
Mr. Saxo says, and tlic.thlng's done. It
would be only justice to our townsmen
f hat tho residence . of jiis -tharksjiijl
should he stated, together with a brief
statement of his docile disposition, his
great sociability and his wonderful ae
cumulative mvers. This is merely a
suggestion, nut the invitation holds goon
for a month or so, or until the breeding
season commences, We-never allow them
Walanae, Jan. 12, 1891.
An lUMtnutantMiu (Jem.
One of (he prettiest samples of in
stantaneous photography ever seen In
the Ulauds Is shown in the window of
King Bros. It is the work of William
Kliur. The subject Is about as active n
HCnu as could be desired. The gray
team of r jre Company N. 2, dashing out
of the house ut full speed, their eyes
showing excitenU-nt and the bareheaded
iriver in the seat makes a stirring scene.
Chief Hunt arranged tint subject nt the
request of the artist. The men went ti
their cots and were undressed and oe
neath tho blankets when thu alarm
sounded. John Kullivun was timer and
his watch showed 20 seconds of elapsed
time from the sound ot the alarm till
tlio chemical was clear of the house.
Tom Morrleey, the driver did all the
hltehipg himself, On a second trial
Driver King of the hose wagon and his
corps equalled the time of the lively
President Dole and wife and the
Cabinet members and their wives will
form the receiving party At the Council
hall, Executive building, Wednesday,
PARDONS FOR CONVICTS.
1ttii a day
IinMirtnnt anil Cnniliieinlatite Action if
the Cnunrllf That Mlxlnr Club
The members of the Executive and
Advisory Councils met In special session
this afternoon at 2 r, M., all the mem
bers being present except the President
and Messrs. Mendoncn, Tenney, Morgan
The reading of tlio minutes wns ills
H'hsed with until tlio regular session,
Attorney-General Smith stated that
the object of the meeting wns to
act on the recommendation of
the Board of Prison Commissioners in
relation to pardons unit commutation
of sentence of certain prisoners now In
the Oahu jail. He further said Hint Hie
Executive Council had had the matter
under consideration and fully endorsed
the recommendation ot the Prison
Commissioners; at the Rnme time he
hoped the names of those to bo par
doned would not be made public either
by the members of the Council or the
Stau rejiorler, who was the solo repre
sentative of the press present.
Councilman Brown nlTered a resolu
tion endorsing the above report, the
pardons to be made known and take
effect on January 17th. Carried unani
mously. Councilman Emmeluth hoped that
proper employment would "bo' given to
those about to be pardoned and the
Attorney-Ueneral replied that the mat
ter had been attended to already,
Attorney-General Smith said he had
nn explanation to make in relation to
the communication of tho Annexation
Club endorsing Walter O. Smith for nny
vacancy which might occur in the
Council. Tho paper had been haudei
to President Dole who had mislaid It,
but on the day before the last meeting
of the Councils had asked Mm
to make a statement to the Councils
to that eltuct in case of his absence.
Unfortunately be had forgotten to do
so. Both President Dole and the speaker
much regretted the occurrence, and
while the former desired to take the
whole blame on his shoulders, Mr.
Smith thought the blumo was his.
Mr. Smith then stated that President
and Mrs, Dolo would hold a reception
in tho Council Chamber on Wednesday.
the 17th, at 11 a. m,, and hoped .that
the members of the Council and the
public generally would attend.
ino uouncus then adjourned.
KAiNFAi.ti ion ii:ci:Mni:it, iku.i.
8TATIOX8. FEET. INCHES
Waiakea !. 50 0.73
Pepeekeo. . , 100 9.20
Honouiu. .. , , H00 8.02
Honomu W0 13.30
Hakalau 200 7.49
Laupahoehoe ,10 5,11
Laupahoehoe 900 5.30
Kukaiati , ... 250 2.04
Paauilo 760 2.95
Paauhau 300 2.59
I'aauhau.. . .1200 2.45
Honokaa , 400 3.25
Kukuihaele 700 3.52
Kohala 330 2.39
Kohala Mission . .OS:! 2.34
Waimea 2730 1.95
Laaloa. , 800 2.00
Lualou 1800 3.53
Kealakekua 1580 1.07
Kailua 9-0 2.58
Xaalehu 050 4.44
Pahala 1100 3.01
Olaa (Mason) 1050 12.00
Olaa (Eaton) 2900 10.18
Knpoho . 50 5.01
Pohoiki 10 5.02
I'ohoiki : 000 0.83
Kahului 10 1.20
Waikapu COO 1,97
Kula...." 4000 2.01
Haleakala Hanch 2000 2.24
Olowalu 15" 1.45
Kaanupali 15 3.00
Mapiilehu 70 3.00
Koele If'iOO 2.rB
Kin St. (Kewalo). . . .
Insane Asylum . ... . .
.M1UUIU1 .... , k ....... .
Kuiiami (Elec. St'n).
Nuuanu, Luakaha. . .
Lihue (Eiiovo 'Fariii). . .
Lihiie (Molokoa). . . . .
Hanalci. , .
A lMauo Tuner Kent l'or.
The music department of the Hawai
ian News Company, with its accustomed
enterprise, 110 sooner heard of Mr. Ben
son's departure for the Coast than it
sent for a first-class piano tuner, who
will arrive In February, Arrangements
had previously been made with Kohlen
and uiiase, 01 pan riancisco, lor a ttrst
class man to be sent here when needed
The Hawaiian Electric Light Com
D.mv notify consumers through ourud
veitislng columns that they urynoV
menared to furnish liflht and nower in
any quantity. The company aUo take
chariio of the wiring and fitting un of
residences, stores and cilices from this
day, this work having' hitherto been
done liy E. O. Hall & Son.
Made Mruui; lleer.
Keokn, a native, was -the central fig
ure ufthe District Court Saturday in what
the police call "a swiisj ease," He had
been brewing lieer with liotufoes and
molasses. Prof. A. 11. Lyons testified
that the liquor was 10 per cent alco
hol. This beer-was sold hy the buttli
and pall. A number of people were
usliic it for a spree at Koaka house o
New Years' Day, Defendant was fined
$100 and costs.
It is understood that the Gov
ernmcnt by tho Attorney (Infer
nl. has written a letter
Consul (llrvln at San Diego asking blip
lo take Clerk Hoiiiwcji s place in th
local po lo nice,
Ithas Im?u said that tin world pays moot
10 tuose who Kin, generals ami ureat lords;
next most to those who amuse, slogan and
actors, while those who preach, teach and
write for the papers come along somewhere
near trie bottom 01 the list.
Chicago has expended over tSOO.OOO.WX) lu
the construction of bulldlugs since 1870.
The annual expeudlture for that purpose Is
between $43,000,000 and $53,000,000.
The study chair of Itichard Baxter when
ba wrote "The Saints' Everlasting Rest" !
lu the possession of Itov, lUubeu Thomas
I of Urookllue, Mass.
ItnyallRl Canard-A Lorir llifl l.lm
Waii.vku, Jan. 13. On the arrival of
the Claudlne last Wednesday It was
rumored that Congress had decided In
favor of the Cleveland and Gresliam
ollcy. That was the Uoyalints' side of
the mall; but later on. when the intelli
gent )ortlon of the mail was opened, thu
secret was revealed as usual that another
Itovallst canard wait afloat, This sur-
irlsed but very lew, ai sucu urc tna
iecesof stuff our antagonists havo to
ly on, like the straw which the drown-
g man grasps at.
Uishon Willis nreached In theWalluku
Anglican church on Sunday, January
17th. His sermon touched on the birth
f Christ. The Bishop has started a
movement to provide lor a Milliliter for
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ill eillircil, 10 iiuiu eci viti-9 nt , uuiiku
vwee a month and at l.aiiaina twice,
nd to reside two weeks in each place
Ah Ynna. tried in the District Court
at Walluku Januury 10th for conducting
cie-a loiiery, was luuuu guiuy unu
iitenced lo nay a fine of 150 and costs
1) Judge Daniels,
Aiona. tried in the District Court at
Wnlluku January 11th for unlawful jmm-
ssion of oniiim, was louixi guilty and
sentenced to pay a fine of $50 and costs
Died January 8th. at Walluku, Www,
le beloved daughter of Antone Bobra,
tvnho d fever, f ie was nged 8 years.
Thu Walluku amateur minstrels will
shortly apjiear in their new comic
varieties unu iqivemiij buh-uivm iun.vn tn
the old skating rink, which, it is said,
they have leased fdr a year. Tho Wal
luku folks, old and young, are looking
forward to an evening's good fun. The
iov will be entirely eomlsised 01 boys
of the district.
The Walluku Hotel, formerly known
Jlrs. 1 arrick's, has changed hands.
Mr. W. T. ltobinson is the new pro-
irietor, who is an old resident of wni
nku and verv jiopular. It is anticipated
hat Hilly will nut thlnns in good shape
for the many tourists and travelers who
ill natronlze him when nohtical wars
are over and the country saved.
The laying of the long pipe running
from the large reservoir in Walluku to
Hpreckelsville across the sand hills is
rapidly progressing. Over one mile is
already completed and tho balance (nil
of which is over two miles) will be com
pleted in about six weeks. Mr. Mc
Kcelan, the popular foreman of tho Bis
don Iron Works, who is in charge of tho
construction of the line, is unequalled in
that branch of business. His ability was
well tested in the constructing of the
immense pipe line ut Makuweli, Kauai,
about three years ago. Mike, with His
mechanics, was'called away from a large
job in Portland, Oregon, expressly to
come to the Islands, lie expects to re
turn to Portland after the completion of
the Spreckclsville line, where lie has u
urge oriion 01 me mam pipe 10 com-
lete lor ine city water wonts.
As iJcldv liaker was attaching 1111 oil
bottle to one of the engines in the
Snreckelsvillu mill tho bottle hurst by
some means or other and blew the hit
mid all over his face, scalding him very
wily. Baker is now under treatment
11 walluku -and is doing well. S.
m:vn in a Niirsnni.i..
A steam laundry is logo into the field
lero in rivalry of the Chinese.
Tho firm of Egnn & Glum is to be dis
solved by the retirement of Mr. G111111.
Thu Hoard of Fire Commissioners
held a special meeting at 3 p.m. to-day.
The Pabtt Brewery Company Agency
is distributing some neat and uselul ad
vertising son venirs, Stc,
A sheep with two sets of horns was 11
freak brought from a Molokai range
Saturday by the Mokolli,
There ure now twenty-live peisona nt
thu Kalihl receiving station. Four
aiiui from Hawaii Sunday,
Photographs of President Dolo and
Cabinet have been sent to tho Hawaiian
onsuls ut Ijoudou and Sydney.
(1. W. A. I La pal, lido, S. A. Kaala-
wamaka, North Kona, District magis
trates have been recommended.
The hotel which has secured Mr. Frie-
111.11111 as caterer would bo fortunate In
geying I1I111 as 11 general manager.
Luther Wilcox has nuclei taken to
capture a Hliark'.lor the Exhibition Com
pany. He NyMfish near thu harbor.
Itichard Day, charged with embezzle
ment while acting as collector, has been
rescued by his Iriendsnud is ut largo,
A normal class U being organized at
the Fort Street school. Tho first meet
ing will be held at 2 to-morrow after
noon. E company will give 11 lOO fireworks
display Wednesday night and F com
pany has bought several hundred
The Hag pule presented to the Ameri
can League by Mr. Egau is being moved
to day. It goes to the corner of Nuuanu
and King streets.
Tho Daily uud Wef.ki.y Star Ik on
Bide ut 'JTliu Bazaar," J. AiMaitlii'n
1 1. ... 1. ."!,.. ... . , . .
uuoK-aioru 111 iiiiOj wuerti HuuwjnpiioiiH
may lie ordered. , . " dw-if.
A concert will lie given ut Einuui
Square thu uveuliiK by the Proriatonu
n a ."i...-''-ei. V. i..
Tlio program In-
cludeii tliri-e guloa,
The new electric service Inaugurnled
during thu (wet few days will ba con-
tluuou.4. The public la invltcd:td visit
the station Ui-nlght nml liibnect the
Prealdent Goo Kim wtytftlie matter of
lniorlinK 600 laliorera yna before tho
Chinese society, but had not been eon
sidered to any extent, The society, Goo
Kim said this mornlnc, would Dimply
let the law take its course.
Mr. V. iuooil, Artist,
Whose beautiful crayon and wuler
color portraits that have been so much
admired leaves for the coast on tl
next Australia. Those wishing to
secure any nf his work will take notice
mat an oniers must he In liy Februiiiy
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Smith
their hruted the fifth anniversary of
on Pikol street.
Old Kona Coftee
FOR' SAI.K AT
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
Queea Street Stores).
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM.
I! A Hit Vtl.l.ALTA VANItKII IN Pltlltl
Schooner Mol Wahliie 'Arrive-Mahl-lualil
I'mm Wnlftlun -Oilier Noleii
ufllie lten(leM Wat en.
Hough weather on the Haiuakui.
The steamer Wulaleale goes to Lalml-
ua and llnmnkua to-morrow.
vThe schooner MolAVnhlno arrived in
from windwnid this morning.
The steamer Iwalanl leaves for wind
ward Kauai ports to-morrow nflernoon,
The American schooner Wealhcrwnx
la taking in Uigur nt Kahului, Intending
The steamer Mokolli will not lcuvt
until to-morrow nflernoon, owing to
necessary repairs being made on hei
Captain Daviess, late of the stoamei
Claudlne, is now skipper on the
schooner Jlaliimalil. She arrived In
from Waialiia this morning.
The steam launch .Molieu of Kahului
has lieen ab-ent from that port now some
time ut Kealiae, liana, where, owing to
rough weather, it U tinjiossiblc for her fo
The W. 11. Di 1110 ml is reccivlngMnke-
aweli mgar from the steamer Pele to.
day, and the W. G. Irwin is receiving
the cargo of the steumcr Iwalanl at the
The Vuierlcau sealing schooner J. Ep-
plnger: Cuptalu M. White, ai rived Sat
urday, 1 1 days from Hun Francisco, for
water, which was furnished by the
steam scow, nfler which she left for the
Japan Const, hunting and fishing.
The American scaling schooner Alex
ander, Captain Sorrensen, came Into
port yesterday in search of medicines
for the captain, who is infTering with
heart trouble. After obtaining tho nec
cessary medicine the schooner left for
the Japan seas.
The steamer Kilauea Hon arrived in
from Hawaii, after an absence of over
two weeks, with a toad of sugar from
Peiieekco plantation. The captain re
ports heavy east and northeast swcllr
prevailing and a slight accident to thu
mate at Kukaiau, who was struck by a
sling-load of sugar and knocked over
board. The British bark Villalta, Captain
Harland, 103 days from Liverpool,
docked nt Brewer's wharf this morning.
The captain reports pleasant weather
nnd the usual run of winds. The Horn
was cached in sixty -three days and
when the trades were encountered they
hud exceptionally good sailing. Not. a
vessel was spokon all the wny out. The
Villalta is consigned to Davies & Co.,
with a general cargo of merchandise.
' From Maul, per stmr Claudlne, Jnn 14
UN Hose. Slrstl Villa, Jlrs l-rlel and
3 children. II McCubbiii and' wife, Jno
Knlamn, S P Woods, Mr Rubinstein, II
Sharp. E Moller, C B Miles, Mary Ke, Y
Anioy) and x:.m ueeu., - .-
From Molokai. nir stmr Mokolli.
Jan 13 G Devauchelle, Ed Devnucliellc,
and 15 on deck,
From Kahului. per ConHiielo. Ju'i III.
forS.ni rranclsco w 11 liensnii.
SatuiiiiaY, Jnn. 13.
A 111 nculinir Bchr J Eiiniuircr. White.
14 ila) fniiii Han FrnnciMco.
Stmr Mokolli, McGregor, from Molu
kui mid Lnual,
Stmr (1 It Bishop, I Claire", from
tiUNUAY. .11111 H.
Am wmiIIiii; Bchr Alexniider, Sorreii -
iion, In il.ivs from nan fraticiaco.
Htmrt lauiinip, uaincron, irom Jiiuii.
Stmr Iwalanl, Freeman, from Knuni.
Slmr Pele, Peteraon, from Mnkawvll.
Btnir tehun, Wcislmrtli, from llama
ku:i. Stmr Kihuiou Hon, Everett, from
Monday. Jan. in.
Br bk Vlllaltii, Harland, from Liver
pool. Sc.hr Mahimahl from Wnialun,
Schr Moiwahine fnijn Kuhnln.
SlINliKY, Jan. 1-1.
AmsealuiK schr J Epiiii(;er, White,
for Jopan Sens.
Am BealliiK Hchr Aloxaudur, Sorren
on, for Jupan Seas.
Monday, Jan. in.
Stmr J A Cum mine. Nelson, ferKoo
lau. Stmr Kuala. Thompson, for Kn
huku. Stmr Jaiiiex Miiltoc, Hntrlund, for ICn
naa. Stmr Mlkak.iln, Clmiiay, for Kolnn,
Elecle, Makuweli, AValmeu nnd- Ke-
Am sch Weatherwnx, from Kahului
for San Francisco, Wednesday, Jan 17,
Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, for Molokai,
to-morrow nt B p m.
Mimr Wiiiaicaio, nmyine, lor i,a-
liaina, Kiikulhaela uiul llouokna, to
morrow ut Hit ui.
Stmr O It Bishop. Ia Claire, for
N'awiliwlll nnd Hananiaulii, to-morrow
it 4 p in.
Stuir Iwalanl. Freeinun. for Kilauea.
Knlihlwal und Hanalci, to-morrow nt
Klmr KilHiieii ttou, Kverett, for Olo
walu and PuiiuUau, to-morrow at 4 p. in.
Stmr Kiuaii, Clark, for Lihaiuu nnd
Hawaii, to-morrow nt 2 p. in.
Minr i.iauiiice, uanieron, tor niaui.
to-iiionow nt A p. m.
lUrOUTM ANII ONHKINIII'.S.
Ex I'liua 'J717 bgs siij;ar, from
Ex Kilauea Hon 3050 h siifrar, finm
Ex Pele fflWO bgs (.ugar, for V II
IrwinAiuo. . ,
Ex Mokolli -100 sheci, tl head cattle,
11 hides uud 2:1 hog-4. '
Ex Claudlne 0141 bgs suijar, fiO Iikh
taro, ! I bgs corn. UO bx ixitatniM. 7WI
feet koa liliuber, 4S lings, ill) ilg hlde
anil HO pkgs suudrlea.
Ex C It Bishop it!8 bgs paddy. '
Ex Iwalanl -4900 i sugar, from Ha
liXI'UIIIN AND CONSKINOIIS.
Per Cinistielo, from Kahului 11(11
largo pieces of koa lumber shipped by
Mr A Mocking of Makawau; Sb8ti bgs of
II C it S Co's sugar, IU183 from Pala. and
4T0 fiom the Haiku Co; total, (141)3 bags,
valued at (10,014.
Per Anna, from Kahului 8097 bgiof
H, C & S Ob'b sugar, yalnud at l5144,.a.,
Safe Bejosit t Moil
Has stiierlor facilities for buying nnd
'ell ng Stock and Itomlaand Is in
a position to handle largo blocks of
stocks, paying cash for same; or will
sell upon Commission,
Ilwii IMiuitiitloii Slock can be
disposed ot by ug in large or small lots
at fair prices.
Safe IM'tol IIoxc1 of vat Ions
sizes for the safo keeping of all sorts of
valuables, rented nt li-asonable rates.
Slltcr Ware and V11I1111I1I0
Article taken 011 storage for n long
or short period,
THE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT
AM) INVESTMENT CO.
-10 Four Sthkkt, Honolulu.
RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
TO EWA MILL.
I .pa vo Ihitiollllll S:IS 1:
Ine Prarl City Ii.au 2.30
Arrive Ka Mill M:fi7 i:K
Ime Ewa Mill 6.31 lu-,4.1
U-avn Pearl City. (l:M 11:15
Arrive Honolulu ...7:.'I0 lbVJ
C Suntla's circpted.
II Satunlay's exeepteil
Uy the luernmiiit Hurvey,
Ktfirv 3Itinlny. -
f 1 .-
, 8 s'ai.wi!
D.30.W 3 1.0-j!
II so 13 nun
llaroirieter eorreclcil for lemiieraturu nml
clevution but not for latitude.
Tilled Sun uiul Muon.
17 O.US 11.40 5 ou
Tliur.... 18 1.20 .I5 .15l
Frl- .... 1!" s.:n 2.20 7.2ii 10.001
Sut 211, 11.15 3J3i S.15'10.30
I 1 n.ni.
S 42 a. 10
r,.4i 4 M
n.4.1 U.l 3
Sun lill 3.U9. 4-tOi OJO'lLrn)1 6.401 B.43! 7.(0
Full iirnun on tliaZlgt, nt 4.40a.hi.
,-,'J'lme Whlvtlx HIowhhI Hi., lni.. 3I,
Hoiiuliilu limn, wbirli 1h the same as I:
lit, of tirciMiuirli time.
For ecrv IOIHJ Ml of tlUtanco of tho ol
M'rver (from the Custom !!oue) allow one
fivrothi fur iranmius8iiin nl suunu,nrA niconu
to a Htatuti) mile.
l'(llli:iflN mail Hi'.uvici:,
I Steuinvhiiis will loavu for nud arrlvo frtm
Sou Kraiicisco on tho following ilntvstill the
CK1NU 111 inni :
AlinlVK AT ir.N'LULU
fiiom Han Kcisco
I.kavk Honolulu koii
On or AUtut
On ur Ahtut
MarliHBii Jan Is
Wurrimoo lVn) Jnn23
Monowal..... .Jan 11
Arowa. ... Fi u I
Australia..... ...Feb 3
Alaim-ila.. ...... Fob b
Oceanic Feb 12
Ai.atrullii Jiiu .
.. Apr 23
... luly 5
. .Jlllj- 23
Oceill lie . .
China ... .
Australia ... .Mar
'.bin-, Mar SO
AUsiruua .Mar si
Arawa Apr 1
.uonowai .. . .Air
. Mai HI
..I n no 21
. .July 1
.. Auk l
... Sept 1
. Kept IS
...Nu t 20
Alameda ux SI
A raw a
Oc t I
.. Oct 1-1
. Deo 1
VKSSKI.S IN rullT.
U S 8 Adams, Nel)itrKan Frunclsco.
U H H Philadelphia, Darker, Cnll.ao.
II II M H Cliamnlon. lvustico Kooke. E.
Jaianese Cruiser Nnniwa, Togo, Yokohama
Am sch Weatherwax, at Kabului.
AmbVtu C V Crocker, Mexico, llilo
Haw. bk Mauna AlK,-Hmltli, Hnu l'ratlclscf),
A,'l.tr-A,inln Jntiiwtm H.-ti Fr,m .lllln
I Am lik Ceylon, Calli'iun, Han Fran.
Am sen irausit, jorgoiiHou, ran rrancim-o.
Am schr Aloha, Daliel. Ban Francisco.
Am brig V 11 Irwin, Williams, 8an Fran,
ilnwailan hk Amtruw W lch, l)rew, K F.
Am schr Annn. NorUni;. Hail Fran tlvali.)
Am schr Alhe Cooke, I'euhaltow, I'ugtt
Ain hktn V II Dhiiond, Han FraucK-u.
Am schr llaugor, Asjie, Newcastli-.
Ur sli Vlllola, Harland, I,lverioul.
rOKKKIN Vl:sKI.S l.'Xl'IX'Ti:!).
tier bk tlalveston, Hongkong Overdue
Am hiLrt I.urllue. llilo.
Alll OKI j, w. npreCKCM,
Am bk II O Clianey, Oeiiarluro llay
Am bk Martha Unvlu', Boston
tier bk II HarkfeM. Livernol Due
Iter lik Nautilus, l.ivci insil Due
Am bk llarvter. II lo. 8 F Km
Am sch Carrier D.ive. Newcastle - Uae
llr sli Kutcrofl, Nowcastle Jan It)
Am bkt Mury itikleman. h'weastlo Jan
Aiiiscln- ltoburt lamci'S, San Fruu Jail 20
Haw- hk 1 Willi. Nencastld heh
Am liktu Mary Wlukleiilan, NeweMktle, Feb
Am schr llletidale, Eureka
llr bk VeliK-ity, Hongkong ,
Ur bk Xantiliio, Newcastle
tier bk .1 C (ilade, Llrrrnool
Haw l.k Helen Brewer, J Y
Am w-br ltartlett, Noweastln
Am sli HalvaUir, Newenstlu
Her bk Mary Hnckfelit, l.ivcrxjl
II. MAY & CO.
Wholesale .and Rct.il
JI8 Fori Street.
Boh Telephones 3, P. O. Box 470
MR. T. J. KING,
lias none to the
Coast for . an
other Carjjo of
Hay and Grain.
ons &Tons &. Tons ol
ave been pouring1 into our
Store and Warehouses the past
few weeks Ex. barks "Paul Isen
berg" and "J. C. PlhiKcr" from
urope, and the different steam
ers and sailing vessels from San
Francisco. Our slocks of heav)
goods, such as Black nnd Gal
vanized Chain, Galvanized Sheet
ron, Sheet Zinc, Pig Lead
Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Lump
Chalk, Shot, Bar Iron, Etc., hat
never been so larire and com-
lete as it is to-daA. Fence
re Our stock on 4-5-G black
nd 4-5-6-9-12 galvanized is
ery large, and we claim it is as
nc a lot of wire as ever came
to the country. However, wt
don't ask you to take our wort!
fo it if you don't wish lo, just
come in and we will let you cut
piece off of any coil and pul it
n our big vise upstairs and you
can twist it, bend it, tic kno'v ir
.iiul test it to your heart'!
content, and alter you have dont
is and asked the price oi it
ou will be pretty sure to bti)
Galvanized Buckets and Tubs.
Sauce Pans, Tea Kettles, Bal
Blueing, Crown Soft Soap. Pine
Clay and Day & Martin's Shoi
Blacking we have plcnlv ol
now, and our stock of Galvanized
lexible Steel anil Iron Win
Rope is complete from to 4
nches. Ilubbuck Boiled and
Raw Linseed and Castor Oil.
White Lead and Zinc, Red Lead
and Oxide, Colza Oil and Stock-
10I111 Tar, all came by the "lsen-
berg" in fine order and an
offered at low prices. Now is
the time to have your Coflin
trimmed : the hundred sets ol
Coffin Furniture" just received
ire going off like "hot cakes."
The new "Pumping Plant"
works well and you can get. al!
the water you want, so you
want one ol our new Lawn
Sprinklers. It is the best
Sprinkler ever sold here, no
parts to wear out, as it does not
revolve, and is good for either
lirrht or heavy pressure of
Electrical Goods. Out
stock is more" complete thai
ever, and we have five men hard
it work wiring houses for Lloc
trie Lights. We can furnish
won the fixtures, shades and
lamps in any style, and if ui
wire your House you can lee
sure tt is done according to tin
latest Underwriters rules.
Game is said to be nlcni
We have the right kind (
Schultze, Wood, or Black Pow
der Cartridges to get big bag
tE. 0. Hall & Son,
Is prepared lo 111:11111 fuel 111 1
In Its line.
Also on bund 11 Fine Slock of
lni)Hir(ed Jewelry nverj thing
in the latest design,
, (, t(.
Island Oiiueiih IVomptly Attend
E. A. JACOBSON
souveuir spoons a specially, is.ri,,,! ,!(,.,.. .
1 1 13rT.h;nli
' A- 2,1 gal. Nickel Plating Outttt complete
with Solution, Anodwi, Storage and Primary
Ilatterliw, etc, Knqulrostthe Armory, Henj
tanla tr.-t, c.raddrc P, O. Hoi 4 1 1. SJ5-tw
During my temporary abenee from Hono
lulu Mr. C. M. V. FoiisTKTi will act for
me, and the California Feed Co.
T. J. KINO.
Honolulu, Jnn. VJ, PWI. 2l5-3t
Y GOOD BUSINESS ON FOKT ST.,
G. E. tlOAKDMAN,
218-tf 510 Fort Street.
Notice to Consumers.
The new works of the Ha
waiian IJlectric Co. being now
completed, notice is hereby
ijiven that from and after Jan
uary 1 51I1 the Company is pre
pared to supply incandescent
electric lighting to customers.
In a few days the Company
will also be prepared to fur
nish electric motors for power,
and of which due notice will
The Company further an
nounce that they are prepared
to receive orders for interior
wiring and can furnish fixtures
and all fittings in connection
with new service.
Printed rules, ' regulations
and Company's rates can be
had on application to the Sup
erintendent. WM. G. IRWIN,
I'HKSIDEiVT II. E. CO.
Mr.asiis Kom.Kit ,t Chask of
San Francisco havo kindly con
sented to ullow us tho services"
of tho leading man in their
Timing Department (for a lim
ited season oulyl, who will arrive
in Honolulu In February.
Wo uro now prepared to hook
orders, mine to bo lllled in thu . -rotation
as received. '
The I'ublio will recognize, tho
faet that this is au opportunity
seldom olfeied them: the liamo
or Koitixu & Ciiam: being u
Kiilllcieut guarantee of (lie man's
experience nnd Rood work.
A', It. We beg to Inform thoso
parties who left orders with us
for Mr. rtenhon lo 1111 upon his
return from Maui, that u havo
lucelved information of .Mr.
ltenson's departuie for San
Francisco last weok
Doth Telephones-1 00. -
The Hawaiian Hews Co.
J. T. Waterhouse
Queen Street Stores,
l'IM.l. UNltS Ol'
Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery
M nil iIiM'riptioiis.
IN ADDITION TO TDK LAROR AS-
DRY AND FANCY GOODS ..
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
India r.lnen nod IVrsiau I-awiif,
Knibioiderv, lull yard pieces,
Unman nml Guipiue t-.uttiroldery,
Oriental, I'lalte, nnd .otlipr laces, in
h bite, cream and bUfk,
Chiffon Ijice, nil colorp "
Vfln. I.tco Net. civ.iin.nml black,
StrlX-d and Chwk Dimity,
Wldo Japanese Crep, white nml colr'd,
White, Cn-am nml l)IacUkuruh Silk,'
Whito and Cream Kilk CreK-, Hi
Navy and Ovum Serge, rvfllHBI
Huez uud Tenuis Flannel,, VJRH
eil to.fn.,... ... ....... . ., , . .) JgbSkM
11 in, ut iiiH-pn iiiir, --(.iiiihiis(i waisr, ''KH
Prima Ilouua und IV D, Corset, '! VJSlH
, Ladles Dlsck Hose, - CB