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FRIDAY, FEB. It. 1887.
AI1HIVAL5.
February 10
Belli- Molwiililno for Hum lorn
Jlnry Foster fiom I.nlntliu
DEPARTURES.
Tcbruary 11
Bgtne Cl.uis Sprecl.ols for Sun Francisco
Selir Eiiimii lor Kiunil
Helir iMiUiuolviiwu for ICuulau
Selii-Ciiniito for llilo
Sclir Wnloll for M.mi
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bk llopo for Port Towusenil
Selir Mnry for Kolinlu
Soln- Jiolwnhlue for Koliolnlolo
VESSELS II) PORT.
Bd Hope, I'unballow
Bk Sonoma, Howo.i
Bk Drottnln"; Sophia, Svcneson
Bk 0 O Wliltmuru, Thompson
Bailc Lady Lampoon, .Miii-aton
Bktuo Dlbcovcry, I.oo
BkZolla, McKay
8 B Aimrnlln. lloiidlctl
JJkMiiitlm Fisher.
Bktuo Geo C Perktna, Ackcrmau
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Mary Foster 712 sugar.
SHIPPING NOTES.
The Urottliitf Sophia Is liking in
white Fluid ballast.
The new Hawaiian bklno X S Castle,
is said to be 10 days out to-day for this
port.
The bktuo Clans Sprcukels sailed tills
afternoon for San Fi-uiieKen witii 0,517
bags of sugar, (112 bags of riee, 12 bags
of coffee, and 291 hunches of bananau.
Value $1)8.11)7 .UG.
VESSELS EXPECTED.
Am bktne S X Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, due here Deo lulu, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Tlniour, Brewer, sailed from
Bootou, Dee 17, due May l-'JO.
Am wli bark Hunter, Geo AV .Tcnk.
from the Linn Islands, ilncMitieli 10-31.
Am bark Klikitat, It I) Cutler, from
Port Townsend, V T, duo Febiuary
10-23.
Brit bark Gleugaber, Ilolleston, from
Liverpool, due here, .Inn 15-itl, to
Dnvles & Co.
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due
December 1-15.
Haw i-elir General Seigel, from French
Frigate Shoals, due Nov 20-30.
Haw bark Thos JJ Foster, F W Itugg,
from Victoria, B C, due December
25-31.
XorbarkP C Patcrsen, fiom New
castle, X S W, due February 1-20.
German bulk I lei utiles, Je-s,.Sehaefer,
& Co. balled from Glasgow, December
18, duo April 30.
A
' MARRIED.
At the Bomau Catholic Church,
AVcdncdav evening, Fchnmrv fltli, by
the JUglit Itov. tlie Bishop of Olba. m
f listed by Father Lconoic, Mr. Frank A.
Cunali, grocer, on Xuuauii street, and
Miss Zeula Cunha, daughter of Antono
G. Cuuha, flower incielianr, on School
street.
L00AL & GENERAL HEWS.
Music in the rink to-night, pio
viilcd it docs not rain.
Announcement extraordinary by
Mr. Elirlielis to.morrow.
The steam roller will bo used on
Liliha btieet noxo Monday.
The Canadian Parliament has
been dissolved and a general election
takes place on the 22nd inst.
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Cai'TAIN Harry Swinton takes
some bone-meal to Hawaii on tho
schooner Canute this afternoon.
Thk Ladies Benevolent Society's
Soeiablo will bo held this evening in
tho vestry of the Fort-stieet Church.
The Itoad Supervisor, has made
sonio improvements on the Kapala
nia road, near the What Cheer House,
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The O. S. 8. Co.'s steamer Zoa
landia, duo from tho Colonies, has
not put in nu appearance as wo go
to press..
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Next Monday evening thero will
bo a Valentine Social for tho Bethel
Union Sunday School at tho Lyceum,
beginning at 7 o'clock.
The Agents of tho Martha Fisher
announce that neither they nor tho
Captain will bo responsible for debts
contracted by the crew.
The regular monthly monthly
nfcoting of tho Myrtle Boat Club will
bo hold thjs evening, at tho boat
house, at 7 :.JU o'clock.
?
Mil, Gladstone completed his
soventy seventh year on Dec. 29th,
and received congratulations from all
parts of Gieat Biitaiu,
Sehvice at St. Andrew's Cathedral
this o voning at 7 o'clock by tho
Bishop of Honolulu. Tho ltov, H.
II. Gowen will doliver a hiief nddrcbs.
Messiis. Kinney, Smith and Thurs
ton aro piopuring to occupy the
upper half of tho new Judd building,
on Fort street, near Mcichat street.
One Oliinanian is icpoitcd to bo
employed in repairing Waikiki load.
Ttopairing, in this cam, means filling
tlio holes with earth, to bo converted
into mud.
J. K. Hhown & Co, havo a number
of applicants for employment on
their register. Poipohs in want of
sotvanls will do well to call and ox
amino tho litt.
"What went yo out for to boo?" or,
"Lestons fiom tlio Lava Flow," will
bo tho ltov. Mr. Oggel's thenio next
Sunday morning at thu Lyceum,
Nuimnu Avenue.
Majou J. II. AVodohome, II. 15.
wM.'s Conunibsioiier, and Monsieur
Henii Feor, Fieiieh Commissioner,
had a longtlioiicd interview with tho
Minister of Foreign Afl'airs yesteiday.
E. AV. Laine, Esq., Consul for
Mexico, has suspended in his oiflco a
uuiquo calendar for tho present year.
It is a Mexican production, and
(hows a variety of Mexican buildings
and characters, beautifully litho
graphedin colors'.
Mil. I!. T. Booth has boon induced,
by pcKsuation of his fiiend.", to re
main in Honolulu until thedepurtuio
of tho stenmthip Australia, Fobruaiy
the 10th. Mr. Booth will employ tho
time in prosecuting his tempcranro
mission among the native Ilawaiians.
The Pacific Navigation Co. has
puichascd thu coal that camo by the
baik Lady Lanipton the other day.
Tho. Lady Lampson will dock at
Brewer's wharf, to-morrow morning,
to discharge. The coal will be stack
ed near the lime kiln. Half will be
sent to Kuan, and the other half will
bo used on thu Surprise.
The day before yestciday a car
riage got stuck in thu mud at the
upper end of Liliha street. After
many attempts to extricate tho vehi
cle, thu driver llnally gave it up. IIo
unhitched the horse, mounted him,
and rode oil', leaving tho carriage fast
in tho mud, as u monument of misery
and as a signal of danger.
Bv way of adding to tho attrac
tiveness of Mr. Osmau Day's lecture
on Napoleon Bonaparte, ho lias ob
tained a life size portrait of tho iin
moi tal hero, in crayons, which is at
present on exhibition at the Club
House Dining Rooms. The lecture
takes place to-nioirow evening, com
mencing at 8 o'clock.
.i m
PnriH.ANi, a well known old native
whose homo is at Moaualua.aud who
has carried on a livery business at
tho lear of tho Bay Horso Saloon for
ninny ' years, was yesterday found
guilty of belling liquor without a
license, and sentenced to pay a line of
if-100. His counsel noted an appeal
to tho Supremo Court.
The schooner Mary Foster arrived
this morning fiom Lahaina, and re
ports the steamer Kinati JH hours to
Lahaina last Monday, the Hall 0
boms on Tuesday, and tho Iwalani
11 hours on Wednesday. Tho usual
time is about G hours and 45 min
utes. The Captain of the Mary
Foster also icports heavy beas in the
channel.
The Bulletin oinoo was decorated
this morning with an elaborately
got-up calendar of tho yEtna Fire
lnauiancc Co., of Haitford, Conn,,
by Meatus. Castle & Cooke, Agents.
Tho calendar is a lithograph,
mounted on i oilers, and shows very
distinctly in different coloied inks,
not only the tabulated months and
days, but alto tho number of the day
of tho year.
THE OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPAtlY.
Tho annual meeting of tho share
holdii'a of the Oceanic Steamship
Company was held Jan. 20th at tho
ollicc of tho company, 317 Market
street. About 21,100 shares out of
2.",000 were represented, and the
following wero elected oliiccrs for .tho
ensuing year: J. I). Sprockets, Presi
dent; Chas. Goodall, Vice-President J
J. D. Sprcckels ifc Bros., Agents and
Treasurers; E. II. Sheldon, Secretary.
THE "DAILY DULLETIN" SUMMARY.
Our Summaiy was issued to-day,
and tlio demand for it has been ex
traordinary. Having printed an
extra edition, thero aro still n few
left, to lie had at Sopor's News
Agency, Merchant street. Tho sub
scription to this valuable abstract of
purely original matter published in
timo for each outgoing mail, is only
.,i2.00 per annum.
LECTURE III AID OF GEO. W.
DE L0KG POST.
Mr. I. T. Booth repeated his war
lectute Thrco Years in tho Banks
hut evening in tho Y. M. C. A. Hull.
Tho "repeat" was by lequest of tho
Geo. AV. Do Long Post, G. A. It., and
in aid of tho Heliof Fund of that
worthy organization. Mr. J. T.
AA'liite, an earnest and energetic
member of tho Post, had charge of
tho decorations for tho occasion, and
succeeded in making as artistic and
tasteful a display of ilags as could bo
imagined. At the back of tho plat
form, directly bohind tho speaker,
was hung a largo portrait of Lieuten
ant-Commander Geo. AV. DoLong,
with two largo American flags on
each side, ami tho Hawaiian flag
showing between their folds above
tho poitrait. In tho eentro of tho
hall, below tho ceiling, weio four
American Hags eiobsed in a way to
pioduco a pleasing effect. Ban
nerets, roprefconting oveiy State in
tho Union, worn hung around tho
walls of tho hall. Tho room was
comfortably filled with an attenlivo
and interested audience Post Com
mander 11. AV. Laino presided, and
the members of tho Post sat in a
body near tho platform. Tho lecture
was preceded by sonio inspiriting
musio. Mr. II. AV. Morso sang
"Tramp, Tianip;" Mrs. Cruzan, "Take
up your gun and go, John;" Mr.
Yarndloy, "Matching through Geor
gia," tlo nudieucu joining heartily in
the chorus in each caso. The Chairman
offered a few remaiks that wen) brief
hut pointed, and then gave placo to
Mr. Booth, who wont over pretty
much tho tamo pound as on tho
first occasion of deli veiing the lecture.
Many of (ho audience had heaid it
before, hut they bceiurd to listen with
all tho iuteutness and interest of
pci mmis hearing a now story. Tho
lecturo occupied moat of two hours,
and enchained (ho attention of tho
entiio audienep fiom beginning to
end. Frequent applause greeted tho
speaker, which teuued toiiibpiuiliiiu
with augmented fervor. Tho Geo,
AV. Do Long Post is to bo congratu
lated on securing tho ic-delivcry of
this intmesting lecturo, and on a
uiee little nouled addition to their
ltelief Fund.
H. F. D.
nEQCLJ.lt MEETINO OF THE BOAHD OF
REPDESENTAT1VL3.
1M evening the regular monthly
meeting of the Board of Represent
nlivcfi was held at the Hell Tower,
Chief Ktigineer Wilson presiding.
Communications wore read hy Se
cretary Henry Smith from tho dif
ferent Fire Companies giving names
of those elected to fill offices In the
respective companies during the en
suing year.
Tho action of tho Chief Engineer
in suggesting the postponement of
tho annual parade, was confirmed.
Thero will consequently no paiado
this year.
Tlio Department will attend the
funeral ceremonies of 11 cr late
Royal Highness Princess Likelike.
Tho following minute was unan
imously adopted and ordered to bo
placed on tho records of the De
partment :
IN MEMOUIAM.
It having pleased the Supremo
Ruler of this universe to caU from
this earthly sphere the soul of Her
laic Royal Highness Princess Mi
lium Likclike, His Majesty's be
loved sister, who died on the 2nd
instant, we, . tlio ofllccrs and inciii
bets of the Honolulu Fire Depart
ment, in meeting assembled, and in
common with the bewailing subjects
of the realm, hereby mournfully
tender this our most heartfelt
sympathy to Their Majesties the
King ami Queen, II. R. II. Princess
Liliuokalanl, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn
husband of the deceased ; II. It. II.
Princess Kaiulaui, her daughter,
and to other members of the Royal
Family.
SUPREME COURT-
INTEIIMEOIAUV I1IV1SI0N.
BEKOHE I'HESTON, J.
February 10th.
Kalepo vs, Kanakanui. Damages
$200. Ordered that appeal be al
lowed to bo withdrawn. L. A.
Thurston for plaintiff; Kinney for
defendant.
Union Feed Co. vs. G. II. Luce.
Assumpsit S15G. Ordered that non
suit bo set aside and case referred
back to Police Magistrtc. P. M.
hatch for plaintiff; A. Rosa for
defendant.
x DEPOSITION.
In the equity suit of Geo. AV.
AVillfong against Johu II. I'aty, in
t elation to 80,000 worth of Ha
waiian Agricultural Company's
shares of stock, now pending- be
fore tho Supreme Court, tho deposi
tion of Mr. P. C. Jones was taken
before Mr. AVm. Foster, Master,
prior to the intended departure of
said deponent for tho Coast to-day.
S. B. Dolo for plaintiff; F. M.
Hatch for defendant.
BUSINESS ITEMS.
T70R COOKS OR SERVANTS.
JL7 Bhig up J. E. Brown & Co. No
diargo to employer.
Telephones Bell
i, juiunai a-'
Oli lw
VIEWS "filio Java Flow of U87,
t'lom Ncjativ m ii dn i n ilio m.ci.miI
day of the erupt on, h wing Hie col.
un.n of liuu at thu tomcu einter, limy
hu teen nt ih'iPJioloKruih Booms of J.
GONBALAEi.lUiFou&i. 02
WE HAVE just rcceUnl per Atis
tralla a now lot of Altisis' Ma
Iciiil-, Elony AV'nre, Bia ket-, OiHatt
Kr.iiuM, ItiMio Fianies, tie And we
aro better piepautl than over to make
Oornicua and Picture Fiaines, lming
thu l.ugcst and IickI sdooied stuck oi
.Mouldings in iko Kingdom. Kino
llltOS.' JlItT fcTOltE. 3i
Dit. Flint's Heart Bemeiiy is a
Specific for all forms of Hcait Dis
ease and alto for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Bonson Smith &
Co., Agents. U5i
7S7 EST, DOW & CO. have rc
ii reived Ex "Australia" an as
sortment of Ulark AValnut, Ash and
cheap Cedar Uulroom Sets, Bureau,
AVaslistauds, Black Walnut and Ash
Dining Chairs, Child's Bookers, B. AV.
Marble Top Tables, and one handsoiuo
set Parlor I'uriiitiire, aKo a large stuck
of Picture Mouldings, Bustle Frames
all sl.es Lunch baskets, Splashers,
Checker Boairis, Chessmen, Slates,
Alphabet and Building Blocks, Linen
Picture Books, Tuiinpels, Croquet feels,
etc., etc.,. ami a full lino of Musio
Goods. Call early. CO at.
Patuonize Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. AV. ilingloy, Cigar
Manufactuier, at tho Crystal Soda
AA'orks, whero ho is prepared to fill all
orders at tho lowest possiblo whole
fcalo prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. Tho nttontion
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no liconto is requited" to
boll these cigars. Do not forget tho
nauio J. AV. Iljugloy, nor tho place
Crystal Soda AA'oiks, Hotel street.
0(1 ly
NOTICE.
r piIE FIIIM OF bl'E R f: PF I IF ER,
JL liiiing ic n iiinMilveil Ip.v 1'iuui iif
the Sui-tiiMi t'l.iui ami luiiid r Itjniil
appointed Receiver; i.oilce Is liemby
(.bin tlmt ihu.fi o sink of Mai-h t
ail 1 Jewelry will he on talr u tlio noio
of fpenrdsPf iter for a bIioii linu.ut
itd'iccd prlcci.
All panics indebicd to IhH firm are
iiot.tkd to nii.ku set l"incul atowo.
W F. ALLEN',
Ileiv Ivrr fur t pjur ita Piolfer.
Honolulu, Feb 10, 17. 60 lm
NOT! OK.
rpONG HEB having told his Interest
X In Hie Lt.ek Sing AVal Co. P.an.
la Ion at .Mo itiuhi i, Odin, liuioliy gives
imtico Hi t lm 'lung I lie, will pit all
hU pci.oa.l Uubib, 5j;i.
' : t iltf
THE AUCTION SALE
V i(. 1 -i
"Temple of Fashion"
WILL NOT TAKE PLACE
0
The Dissolution of Co-partnership hav
ing been effected satisfactorily by mil
tual consent.
For further particulars look out for
SATURDAYS Paper.
GRAND OPENING
OF THE
Criterion Saloon
FORT STREET,
Saturday Evening, Dec. 11th.
Tho Proprietors tako pleasure in nn.
nounolng to their fii'iids and tho gene
ral public, that they have remodelid and
rclllted tliu prcuihci linmi'diately above
Hotel Strcu', wliere ou mid after next
Saturday Eve will be found tho best of
Wines,
Liquors,.
Beers,
AleBand
Porters,
The Market atlbrds.
Tho Stock waa purchased under the
supervision of Mr. Jas. Doild, while
East, and having been no long In tho
business, ho knows Ihe wants of tho
Irade, am! bus purchase! the article that
will pli-ife tlio mrst fnstldloiis.
Thanking our friends and patrons for
pat favors, and desiring n continuance
of tho same,
Wo are, respectfully yours,
JAMES DODD.
HAHHYM.LLEU,
04 lw Proptietors.
Furnished House To Let!
rpiIE RKSIDENCE occupied by Mr.
James A. Kkn.ni:uy, corner of
Klaau and Pensacola Sircets.
Apply to
JAMES A. KX1KXKIKY,
38.1 Olllce of thoIlonciluliiIr.nl Wpik".
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ixTZitiliiudla,
NOW READY
AT
J.T.Waterhouse's
70 Qu,ocn tfc Fott Street Stores, it
AT
TO LET.
rrUVO COTTAGE ON LILIHA
X Mite', ne.ii Si lnol. Itcnls inoder
me. Apply loM.S UUIXHAUM Si CO.,
Quern till cot. &U2tv
FOR LEASE.
THE RKSIDENCE AXD
Pasture Lauds at Pauoa Vnl
lty, oecuplccl by Mrs. Lone.
Apply on the premises. 30tf
For Sale or to Lease.
A COTTAGE on Lunalllo Street.
At present occupied hy P. Opfer
gilt, Esq. It contains parlor, dining
room ancl 2 bedrooms, bath, pantry and
kitchen. A largo yard with outbuild
lot's for horses, earriago and servanti.
17tf Apply to II. J. AONEVV.
Ml II ! I .-!
FOR SALE.
ON ACCOUNT OF DEPARTURE,
an imported Sorrel Mare, 0 years
old, havinir been driven by a lady. One
Carriage Phaeton, Studab icclcer'a manu
facture; and alto, one lino ticpiarn Wober
Piauo, nil in good older, enquiro of
41 lm 1IYMAN 1JUOS.
Now rhotograph Rooms.
OVER Nlchol'a ftore, Fort street,
noxt the Sliooting Gallory, Pic.
lures
i, Portraits and views. First-class
work
20 ly
RntlHfiiMlnn niiiirnnlitoil.
J.A.GONSALVES.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
TnE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
kIM, at iiresent i cuplcd by G. D,
rrcciu. appiy ai riuce or
FllhlSI
Til & 1'EAOOOK,
12 tf
zi nuiianu Btieet.
TO RENT.
rpiIE OOTTAOE. new occupied by
X Mr. E. V. Tucker, conlaliiiug six
rnnnis. balti r.iom, pantry, verm d i loom,
etc. There aro alpo siableH, cairlage
liCiUo forvaiitV room, nil in pood nidur.
Apply to J: It UENDItY. nt PncKlc
IIiirclw.uo Co 'h Slote, tort St. 40tf
DRESSMAKING.
MISS CLARKE, who has had mn ny
jeais e.ii"rlein o III Dress &, Cloak
M klnir. hn OPENED A DRESMAK.
INQ E3TAliLISliMEXTat101 Alalcea
street, CI
Tho Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on lunul for snlo
Steam family and Blacktmith Coal
and a gincral jiFnrtmcnt of
us Bar Iron. iy
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Corner of Fort and
Black Cloth Suits, Gloves, Ties, Etc.
WHITE GLOVES,
Wliite Ties, Wliite Hat, E,tc.
BST Our BLACK CLOTH
Eastern Finish, and marked
market.
Fred ricksburgBrewingCo. j
8AN JOSE, CAL.
Tho Lager Beer
Was Awarded
At tho Exposition! of 1683 and 1881
ifheeth:
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20 0m HONOLULU, AGENTS.
M. GOLDBERG,
IMl'OKTEn AMD DEALER IH
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Port & Merchant StreeU, Honolulu, . CUtpball'a Block.
ISLAND TRADE SOICITED
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Merchant - (Streets, HemIal.
SUITS aro of excellent quality,
at the LOWEST figures in the
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