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STEAMER KINAU ARRIVES.
PASSr.NUCIlS AIIUIVED PANSrNG.
Ntennier Junie Mnkeefor Ilaiinmnuln
Km Jrtol Arrive Ilriim of In
tercut Along the Docks.
Tlio Klnati Is unloading sugar at the Ocean
Caulkcrtwcru nt work on the bows of the
The James Maker, which nrrlvcil this
morulnjr, sailed for Hsnamaulu this evening
the bark Martha DatIs has finished dls
C urging, and has hauled out In the stream.
The harks Nunnntmn and Corjpheue hate
about flnlshvil discharging their eoal at Fort
The Hawaiian steamer Kahulul finished
cllelinri:liic eoal yesterday, and sailed lor Ka
hulul at 5 p m.
Ihc barkentincKtlkitnt has hauled Into her
fnrmri berth at Wllder's wharf, where she
will uuload lumber.
The schooner Spokane has almost finished
unloading her lumber. Hliu Is ljlnj; ut Allen
,t Hobhuon's wharf.
The U S S ltennlnyton sailed for I.iihnlnn
this morning. During the trip, she will in
dulu In target jiraetlcc
The schooner Kb Mol nrrhcil jestcrdiiy
with H(KM) bags suur, which was loaded into
the Irmgnrd till morning
Tho steamer Kinauarrled jestcrdaj after
noon with a largo number of passengers and
b7l8 bags sugar, from Maul and Hawaii.
Tomorrow, Thursday High tide large,
U-4o a in; high tide small, CM p m; low tide
large. 1 48 a m; low tidu small, 3. 0 n tn.
Tho long-deserted Hllo wharf Is agala
brought Into sen Ice. Ihc vessels In port
havo been uslnir It during the past week. The
catiic ol (he occasional lill-up near tho wharf
IK I DC UIFCIIUrUCS Ul IIJV tTUIIUKU Blltlllll.
The port of Antwerp wasNltcd ly40fiS
deeMoyago essels, tiica'tirlng A,li4U,4T re
vislcrid tons, in 18'JJ, ugalnst Wi'J ships and
J.U'U.IHU tons In 18'JI. thus showlnjr an lu-""-e
for last jcar of S(i Missels and .1!0,GuS
During 1SU5, exclusive of war ships, 51) ves
sels of UW.UO" tons gross (tlr. , 5U(J steamers
of !)Ol,b'll tons and .V) sailing vessels of 45,
yriJ tons) have been launched In the United
Kingdom. The war ships launchid at both
(l(eri.tncnt and private jatds amounted to
A3 ol )h,JII tons displacement.
Vedsesdat, Feb. 10.
Sihr Ka Mol, Sam, from Hawaii.
Sthr Sarah and I'.llra, from Koolau.
rr James Makce, I'etirson, from Kupaa,
Tukskav, Feb. IS.
Schr Kauikeauuli, lor Kohalalclc.
Stmr Kahulul, Tjson, for Kahulul.
Wedncsdat, Feb. 10.
Stmr Jame.Maku!,.l,etcrson, for Kapaa,
USB Bennington, I'lgiiian, lor I.abalna,
Tin in r, Fcb.L'I.
Stmr Kltiau, Claikc, lor Maul ami Hawaii,
at 10 n m.
From Hawaii and Maul, per stmr Kliinu,
Ftli 18. Volcano. A M MurMini, S llotli and
wife, V 'V l'ortir, 1. 11 l'ceker, Urbchmldt,
V v l.ttckUud. Di Moil, V J C'allingiinin.
Way port: A j'giirr, O Hammer, V M lliiult,
I)r II 11 Williams FSMmau, It Kj croft,
Miss Helen toman, T .Mc'llglie. (1 1" Kamau
ohu, J II Wise. J Miigulre, F Northrup, EC
llond, 1! S l.aime, 1. Ast.u, W J C.ibrul, A
Hauebrg, S C V Turner and wlfr, H K Milli
ards, wilu aud child, Mrs I'alauia, W Y
Homer, T V tiny and 1 deck.
' For Kauai, per stmr Mll:ahala, Feb 18 II
II Wilcox, K II W'odiliotiM-, F Waldron, J M
Ezeia, Wlieawhia, Ah I.ln, E Strehz and
wife, E B Tlmoteo nnd Ab Lo.
Ex ftmr James Makee 2C50 bugs sugar,
40 b.igs rl':u aud U pl.g tundrles.
Ex schr Ka Mol3U00 bags sugar.
Ex stmr Klnau 873 bags suar, HSslieeu
'Jlo hags potatoes, 48 bdlu IiIiIls, it bdlu thiip
skin, 1 bdte goat skin, 5 pigs aud 118 sun
dries. VKhSr.l.i IN l'OKT.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am hk Nonanturn, New hall. Newcastle.
Am bk C 1) Mryant, Jacobsen, l'ugtt Sound.
Jlr bk Velocity, Martin, Hongkong,
(cr brk l'aul Isenbcrg.W'uhrmunii, Liverpool,
Nor bk lllen, (IJcrnUheii, I'ort Stanley.
Am bl; Corphene, (irant, Newcastle.
Am bkt Irmgard, Schinldt, Nowcustle.
Am slip W F llubco(k, (Iraliuu, S F.
Am bpokaue, Juineson, l'i (iumblc.
Am bktn Planter, Dow. S F
Am brk 8 C Allen, '1 homptou, 8 F
,Ain vh Indlaiu, N Y.
Am bktn Kllkltnt. Cutler, Port Gamble.
Am schr Aloha. Dubel. 8 F.
Am bk Miutla I)nU, S F.
Am till II C Wrhilit, Humboldt.
Am schooner" Carrier Dove, Ilrant'New castle.
KOIlhlOS VP9Si:i.S EXPECTED.
Vessuls Wheretiom Due
Am bk Edward Miiy....Joton ,.. , Dun
Am hk Seminole New e.istlu Duo
Am sell Win tlowdcii.. Newcastle Dub
Am shlpO FSuigent.... Niiwcaslle.... Duo
Am hU Sonoma Newcastle..,. Due
Am hk HolllsAood.. liostoii Duo
Ur ship Klwcll Newcastle, ..Due
Grille Foxl'Iovc 1'lStauley Duo
Nle bk Ilim'duleer Newcastle ....Duo
Am bktn J M illllth..l'ugt Sound. ..Feb 10
Am ship Iroquois N Y Mch 1
Am ship Koanoko N Y Mob 1
Am'shlp Henry VllIard..N Y Mch I
'.in ship Occidental.. ..N Y Mch I
Am schr Dnugor Seattle Mar 18
Am bk Mohican. ,..San Francisco. ...Feb 'M
AVlion you hfivo pioturo framing
done at King J3ros , you got tho
bonoiit of fifleon yonrs' oxporionco
without extra chnrgo. 0
Continued from 1st Page.
J. II. Sopor, his chief of stniT.Rov.
D. P. Birnio, prtBtor of Central
Union church, offoreel up an oar
nqst prayer for divine guid
ance to the law-makers of tho llo
public. President Dolo then, in a
modulated but clear yoico, read
with delitieratonoBB his meBsogo
to tho Legislature, which appears
in full olsowhoro. Immediately
after tho reading, tho President
retired tho way ho camo, and tho
audionco then slowly dispersed.
Prior to tho opouiug Co. I
National Guard, undor command
of second Liout. Evonson, acted
as a guard of honor, drawn up
along tho ft out carriage drive.
Thd Hawaiian band was also
stationed in tho front, playing
beforo and after tho opening.
"When tho audionco had mostly
disported tho Senators and Rep
resentatives found themselves
wailing for tho next thing.
Minister Smith addressed them,
tolling them the old Legislative
hall in tho Judiciary building was
being prepared for ono of tho
houses. It was a pity it had not
beon found practicable for both
houses to meet in tho Executive
building, where thoy would havo
easy communication with each
other and the Executive depart
ments. Thoy ought to agrco which
was going across tho way.
Senator "Woterhouso considered
that was a matter entirely for tho
Executive to decide.
Speaker Xaono was afraid it
would increase expenses for mes
senRors, etc., to bo in sepaiato
Senator Brown thought tho dis
cussion out of order. Tho Execu
tive should decide. Ho could say
tho Sonato would bo perfectly
agreeablo to any decision.
Rep. Robertson, remarking on
tho impracticability of both houses
gutting quarters in that building,
was for tho Executive to decido
which should move out.
President Wilder of tho Senate
thought tho dihCussion out ol! 6r
cor. Thoy had an Executive, whit h
should perform its duties. There
was no uso in wrangling over tho
question there. The bonato -was
willing to go whoiovor it was di
rected. Minister Smith was not awaro
of wrangling. Morabert who did
not know of tho caucus had raised
objections to separate buildings,
and as tho caucus tho other day
was informal tho Executive had
invited this consultation.
Rep. Riohurds considered all
that was required was for tho Ex
ecutive to tell thorn where to go.
Senator Brown moved that tho
Rop. Robertson moved that tho
House adjourn till 2 o'clock.
Rop. Kamauoha had under
stood tho Attorney Gonoral to say
a room was being prepared for ono
body in tho other building. As
tho desks of tho Representatives
had beon moved over thoro, there
was no doubt as to which body
was going to move. (Laughter.)
On tho suggestion of Mmisotr
Smith, tho Sonato adjourned till
2, aud tho Houso till 3 p. m.
Secretary Dlay then called tho
Senato to order and called tho
roll. Tho only absentees, not
considering tho vacant seat, woro
Sonators Kauhano of Hawaii,
Baldwin of Maui and Schmidt of
'run m:xati: in skjision.
Archie Smithies Is l.lecli'd Sergeant-at-Aiins,
Roll call at 2 p. m. and tho fol
lowing answered to their names:
Wilder, Brown, Northrop, Mc
Candless, Lyman, Rice, Wilcox,
Watorhouso, Brown, "Wright and
On motion it was notconsidoitd
necessary to go into a now elec
tion of oflicors.
On motion tho Sonato proceeded
to the nomination of Sergeant-at-arms.
Senator Brown nominated Ar
Senator Wright moved tho
nominations Ho ovor until to
morrow. Not seconded.
Tho ballot showed olovon votes
for Smithies and ho was declare d
Tho olcction of a messenger and
janitor was doforred until to
morrow. President Wilder announced
thoro would bo no clninue in tho
personnel of tho various standing
committees, at least until after tho
Senator from Hawaii was seated.
Senator Brown from tho Com
mittee on Rules reported that ho
would givo notice tomorrow of
amendments to Rules 29, 57 and
101. Tho amendments, tho Sena
tor explained, would necossitato
tho employment of two type
writers and, if adopted, would do
away with most of tho printing
and engrossing horoloforo douo.
On motion tho president was
authorized to appoint a committee
to notify tho Houso of Represent
atives that tho Sonato was organ
ized and ready for business.
Tho Senato then adjourned to
10 a. m. tomorrow.
HOUSE Or IlEPRE&rJNTATIVEH.
This body mot at 3 o'clock
in tho Souato.Chambor.
President Naono Btatcd that af
ter consultation with tho Attorney
General ho was of tho opinion that
all tho oflicors would hold ovor,
and that consequently tho only
business would bo tho election of
Tho roll was called, one mem
Rop Kamauoha moved that tho
rules be suspended and the old
oflicors continue to act.
Rop Robortson moved to amend
by declaring it to bo tho souse of
tho Houso that tho old officers
hold ovor under Rulo 0.
Amendment accepted and mo
President Naono thou called for
nominations for Sorgeant-at-arms.
Rop. Robertson nominated Will
Rop.kamauoha nominated Isaac
Tho first ballot resulted: Sher
wood 0, Tucker G, Prestidgo 2.
On the motion tho namo of
Prestidgo was droppod.
Tho second ballot was: Tucker
8, Sherwood G.
Mr. Tucker was declared elected
and took his seat as Sergeant-at-arms.
Tho Houso then adjourned to
meet at 10 a. m. tomoriow.
m m m
London Times Miss Kato
Field's lecture on Charles Jickens,
onrie'ied With lnany porsonal
reminiscences of tho great novel
ist, deals with his character as
well as' with his literary career.
Anecdote and criticism felicitous
ly blend, each, shedding now light
on tho other. Wo havo sallies of
humor and touches of pathos, al
ways telling, aud sometimes
opigrammatic, while now and then
some homo truth or gonerous boii
timont profoundly stirs tho audi
ence. Tho peroration is a raro
instance of emotional eloquence,
rising, as it does, to a strain of
solemnity and ovon of poetic
beauty which rivets tho listonor.
Tho literary merits of tho compo
sition are fully brought out by
tho speaker's graco and earnest
ness of nianner, and by a de
livery which, whilo it obeys all
tho laws of elocution, never
seems artificial. Miss Eiold
is going to lecture at Kau
mokapih church Tuesday ovon
ing, Feb 25th. This noted
lady will undoubtedly fill tho
church, especially as her laborjwill
bo in the interest of our popular
charity, tho Free Kindergar
Cash . Grocery
Fort Street, Opposite Club
Stables. Tel. 355.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Steamers of the nbovo Lino running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
JietWLuu Vancouver, 15. O., nnd Sydney, N. S. V., nnd culling nt Yictorin, B. O.
Honolulu and Buvu (Fiji),
wKB 3DXJE j&jj? azoasroniixrijTT
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
I'mm Sydney nnd Suvii, (ur Victoria and
Viincomor. it. C.i
Rtmr "WAItHIMnO" Feb. 20
Stiur "MIOWEltA" April 1
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Caimda,
Unit oil Status and ISurono.
rniSIflUT AKD l'ARHEKaElt AOKNTS!
D. MaNiooT.ti, Montrcnl, Cnnndn.
ItoiiEitT Kuitu, Winnipeg, Cnnndn.
M. M. Ktrun, Siiu Fraucibco, C'al.
O. MoL. Brown, Vancouver, B. O.
FEBRUARY 19, 189G.
fjKWwmiwrtwiwmwiii r-'i JJi ltjjm''ww
Pais Mail Ebilip k
OcciAcntal & Oriental Steamship On.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG
Stenmorn of tlio nbovo Compmiies will
cnll at Honolulu on their wny to the
nbovo ports oil or about tlio follow in ft
Stmr City of 1'okinR. . . . .Mar. 3, 1890.
For BAN FRANCISCO:
Stcnmors of tlio nbovo Compnnies will
cnll nt Honolulu on their wny from
Hongkong nuil Yokolinmn to tlio nbovo
port on or nlxmt tho followinjfdntes:
Stmr China Feb. 24, 1890
Hates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO 1IONO
Cnbin SITO.OO S175.00
Cabin, round trip, 4
uioutliB 225.00 . 2G2.50
Cnbin, round trip, 12
mouths 202.60 810.26
Europonu SlecrnBo. . . . 85.00 100.00
E2rl'nnsenpers paying full fnro will be
nllowed 10 percent off return fnro if re
turning within twelve months.
CSTFor Freight nnd Pnssngo apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO,,
' On Sox !
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
Take an Outing
. . . . SUNDAYS
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m.
niul 1:45 p. M., arriving in Hono
lulu ut 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d Class
Penrl City $ r5 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waianao 1 50 1 25
l'riim Vlctniln nnd Vnncomor, 11. C., to
Stun nuil .Sidni'vi
Stmr "MIOWEHA" .... March 1
Stmr " WAltltlMOO" March 30
E3T" For Freight and Fassngo nnd nil
General Information, npply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for thoHawniinnlslnnds.
Importers direct from tlio Factories in
AMERICA, MANILA, MEXICO, and HAVANA
Of Tobacco and Cigars. Pipes and
Sraokors' Sundries. ......
8" Just received a choico lot
Wk'kb What Wk Advkktisk
and Just as Rephesentkd.
Wo arc Pacemakers on
Wildcs Steamship Go's
O. L. WIGIIT, Prcs. 8. B. EOSE, Sco.
Cnpt. J. A. 1UNQ, l'ort Supt.
Will leave Honolulu nt 10 a. m., tonoliing nt
Lnhniua, Mnnlneu liny nnd Mukcun tho
Bamo day; Mnhukonn, Kawulhau nud Tinn
imhoehoa tho following day, arriving nt
llilo tho Enruo ovcuing.
LEAVRH HONOI UtU. ARniVrS IIOMOMILV.
Tnesuiiy, JInr. . .
Friday, Fob 28
Tuesday, Mar.... 10
Friday, Mar 20
.Tuesday, Mar. . . .Ill
Friday. Mar l!i
Tuesday, Alar. . . .21
llcturning, will leavo Hilo nt 1 o'clock
r. m., touching nt Lanpuhoohoo, Mnhu
konn nud Kuwaihae hiii o day; Makonn,
Mialacn Day nud Lnhaiun tho following
day; arriving nt Honolulu tho nftcrnoous
of 'luosdny nnd Fridays.
gjWKo Treiglit will bo received nfter
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will lenvo Honolulu Tuosdny nt C r. m.,
touching nt Kahulul, ilimn, Hnmonnud
Kipnhulu, Maui. Iteturning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will cnll nt Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of ench month.
SST'No Freight will be received nfler
r.jsi. on any of sailing.
ThiH Company will reserves tho right to
mnko changes in the titno of denrturo nnd
arrival of its stenmem without notico nnd
it ill not be lesponsiblo for nuy conse
quences mining therefrom.
Cousigupcs must bo at tho Landings to
roeolvo thoir Freight; this Company will
not hold Itself rcspousiblo for freight after
it has been landed.
Live Stock ouly nt ownei'n risk.
'This Company wilt not bo responRible
for Monty or Vulunbles of pabbengers
unlcns placed in tho cuio of Fuibirs.
f FaKbeugoru nro rcquesU'd to jiuichnse
tickots be fold embarking. Thoso failing to
do ho will bo subjeot to an additional
chnrgo of twouty-livo per cont.
ron salk by
at 45 conta per lb.
Ring up Tel. $17, or lonvo ordora
with Goririalves & Oo.
HOLLISTER & CO
uor. I'oriniKli.TIcrcIinnt Mr.
of Smokers' articles suitable for
Wo make a Specialty of Shoes.'
It's our business.
Wo propose to givo more
Value, Stylo niul Comfort
Than an3'body elso can or wjU.
litany's Shoe store
405 Fort Street.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. F.
..Feb. 20, 1800
.Mar. 21, 1S00
From Situ Frnucisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Fruncisco.
Irn'te Honolulu. Leaie Honolulu.
Monowni, Mnr. 12, '90 Alamodn,Mar. C,'9G
Australian Mail Service,
For San Francisco:
The Now nnd Fino Al Stool Steamship
Of tho Ocennio Steamship Comnnny will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydney nnd
Auckland on or nbout
March B, 1896.
And will lenvo for the nbovo port with
Mnils nud Fassongors on or nlwut that
For Sydney and fiucklard:
Tho Now and Fine Al Steel Stenmship
Of tho Ocenuio Steamship Company will
bo duo ut Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
March 12, 1896,
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mnils nud FneseiiKcrs for tho uljovo porta.
The undersigned nro now propnred
to iss no
Through Tickots to AH L'oints
In tho United States.
t2rFor farther pnrticulnra regarding
Freight or Pnssago npply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
l-tf General Agents.
A. S. Humphreys.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office! Knnhumanu street.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Oceanic Steamsl Go.
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