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1'ACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, FEBRUARY 13, u8.
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. port ir:un
rorciifii Forts
;'Vadalia.n.-ar Admiral Lewis A Kimberly,
f:,'-:B S ' Caroline, Sir Wsemau, Bart., from
fyiiraLno Perkins, Nordberg, from
Am l.ttn? Ut-oir,'-rar.
a, C.d . Newuan from Port Town-
AmU'.ue A.uen...
t ,.r.tiiero:isuelo,E B Cousins., from San
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from Port Townsena
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from South America,
due Jan-
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j-k .ttK.i'uiilui, Jan 2-15
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nMvVCiiui-ut from Tahiti, due April 1-20
- r lirk ltuu-'aland, from Bremen, sailed
.tr-ih.fm-tel.ruary 1-2U
? 4 i.'i Lk" Martha Davis, F M Benson, from Bos-
I'aS Lelle, Cooke, from New York,
Jt'Thornas Bell, sailed from Cardiff,
ViVibtTXLd, due March 1-20
! Hut bark Natuna, sailed from Liverpool Nov
it'i tine March
f -Aiu bk Sarauac, sailed from Liverpool October
'Wtb.auel-ebruary.y
f Am bk La iy llarewood. from Hongkong, due
'pfi'eiuber 'y---' , ,
I (ier I k U l'ntzeut'urg, from Hongkons, due
iL'ectmbtr IU-I'j .
. J Am bktne kureka,Meyers, from hau I rancisco
jdue Jan 1-U ' ,r ,
Am Ik Eilward May, Johnson, from Hongkong,
i due Ju :!:- 1 TI
I Am i ktm; Ilattie N Bang?, Bangs, from Houg-
fkoiu;, d" f'el 1-5 .
i m bk Sarauac, from San Francisco, due Feb
J 2-10
I i S Marion, Dyer, from Acapulca, C A, due
f fel. 10-20 , .
I L'Sii Adams, L Kempff , from Samoa, due Fet
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v s f s Tr'iton. from America, due Feb 10-20
Am br-tut- V G Irwiu, McCulloch, from San
Fr.iM'ico, due Feb 25-2'J
u l,ktne biscoerv. Neilson. from San Fran-
f V -
j cisco, due l tb 10-10
i .m bk c D Bryant, J Lee, from San Francisco,
S ih-.t T-'nh n--'.
Am bktne Marv Wikelraan, J H Blake, from
Sin Francisco, dne Feb 2tJ:2
Am bk Ceylon, M Calhou, from San Francisco,
due ieb 2G-"J'J
ARRIVALS.
i From Maui and Hawaii, per Kinau, February
J lith-S Foster, Tbeo II Davies, J Kenton, J II
I Reeves J Cushington, J A M 0orio, J H Aholo,
! IhsaMBush.MrsJWWiddefield, Miss Kbhavs,
I Mrs C Gohier and Child. Mrs H Harrison and
f daughter and 32 deck passengers.
From Hamakua, per Iwalani, February 11th
J S Kay, J K Miller, B Onome and 11 deck pas-
senders.
1 From Rahului, Hana and Molokai, per Like-
like, February 1 lth Mr Cotterell, A Fernandez,
! (. West, Dr Yoshida, C Ito and wife, L M alsh,
J HLaws, Capt Heinemann and wife, Mrs Oleu-
I stead 8 F Chillingworth. wife child, Mrs H
Smith Mrs G Marble. R Luedsay, JUS Kaleo, R
i 'W Mever. Master Duncan, Mr Burrow and 50
ufccfc passengers.
Ytoia the Colonies, per Alameda, February 11
-Mrs McLean. Jfrs C Clark, Mrs von lempsKy.
1 JU-tet ue, Miss (JUapruan, 3irs naruer, wne
and miid iud 151 passengers in transit.
1 From Kauai. ier steamer Mikahala, Febru-
arv 7ir. v Wiinv Tlon V R Castle. J Thomson.
FCnnra't T T.iah man . Cartt J Kibbling. Hon A
Bosa. A K Faukaluhi, J F Colburn, A Breier and
wire, Hon p Neumann, R W Irwin, G O Saki
yama.T Tachichi, K Katsura, Miss Correa, VfE
H Deverell and o0 deck passengers.
Brrom Kai aa, Kauai per James Makee February
12th Col Z S Spauldlng and 5 deck passengers.
DEPARTURES.
For San Francisco, per bark Lady Lampson,
Fel ruarv 11th Um "Woon and E Behraud.
MIll'l'IXO S'OTBi.
The steamship Alameda sailed last Saturday
night for San Francisco with 11,000 bags sugar
and 1.CC0 bunches bananas, besides considerable
cargo in transit from the Colonies.
The steamer Kilauea Hou brought 1,021 bags
sugar from Haw aii last Saturday morning.
The brigantine Ame ia is on the Marin Rail
way being cleaned.
The steamer James Makee arrived yesterday
with 1,8-8 bags sugar from Kapaa, Kauai. She
will leave again this evening for Kapaa.
The tern Pora Bluhm is expected to leave
Kilo, Hawaii, next Thursday with a full cargo of
sugar for San Francisco.
The steamer Lehua arrived last Saturday from
Hakalau, Hawaii, with 2,210 bags sugar for tha
"ieamsV.ip Alameda, and left again the same day
fur Mahukona.
The schooner Anna, which arrived off Kahului
lebnury 2d from San Francisco, was towed into
that port by the steamer Likelike last Wednes
day, after bt ing almost six days outside, being
unable to get in on account of the weather.
Capt
dn J. Kibliue. of the schooner Heeia, re
turned yesterday from Waimea, Kauai, by the
steamer Mikahala, leaving the schooner in
charge of the Mate.
The Hawaiian bark Lady Lampson sailed Feb
ruary 11th for San Francisco, -with 12,341 bags
sugar and 200 bunches bananas. The cargo was
valued atS6C,612 05. The shippers were: F. A.
Schaefer & Co., 6,820 bags; C. Brewer & Co.,
4,713 bags and Castle &. Cooke, 8W) bags.
Tie bteaiuer Iwalani brought 483 bags sugar last
Saturday for F. A. Schaefer & Co. from Hamakua,
Hawaii.
The schooners Mary E. Foster and Liholiho ar
rived yenterday from Kukaiau, Hawaii, with
l.fiOO and 1,000 bags sugar, respectively, for the
tern George C. Perkins.
The George C. Perkins was lowered from the
Marine Railway last Saturday, and will com
mence receiving sugar this morning.
The schooner Kaalokai arrived yesterday from
Eleele, Kauai, witv 800 bags sugar.
The steamer Mikahala arri
uith 1.B0Q ba.,.,nn LJL o
Vrl VAofuwlav from
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rhaa .M Vee from Kapaa
The steamer Waialeale arrived last Saturday
from Kauai with 3,250 baga sugar. She leaves
again this afternoon for Kilauea and Hanalei.
The Ifawaiian steamship Australia will leave
to-morrow at noon for San Francisco with a full
cargo of sugar.
The Hawaiian bark W. B. Godfrey (formerly
theMiu)was flying for the first time the Ha
waiian ensign at her mizzenmast. She will sail
next Saturday with a full cargo of sugar for San
Francisco.
The brigantine Cousuelo has been moved to
the Fish Market.
The schooner Haleakala brought 1,200 bass
sugar from Tepeekeo yesterday.
The steamer Kinau arrived en Saturday morn
ing from Maui and Hawaii, with 1,464 bags sugar,
104 hides, 30 bags corn, 66 bags potatoes, 36 bags
kalo and 90 packages sundries. She leaves again
this afternoon fo: Hilo and way ports.
The American bark C. O. "Whitmore arrived
last Saturday, 36 days from Port Townsend, W.
T., with about 500,000 feet lumber for Mr. S. C.
Allen. Reports continuous head winds and
rough weather the entire passage.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The Annual Meeting:
at the Y. 31. C.
A. Reports ami
dress.
President's Aci
The annual meeting of the Blue Rib
bon League was held Saturday evening
at the Y. M. C. A. Hall with a good at
tendance, the President, Rev. Herbert
II. Gowen, in the chair. The proceed
ings opened with a violin solo by Mr.
V. E. Herrick, the piano accompani
ment being played by Mr. M. H. Jones.
Then William" Newell of H. B. M. S.
Caroline sang a song, folio .ved by the re
port of the Entertainment Committee by
Mr. P. C. Jones. The Treasurer, Mr.
Walter Brash, read his report, and then
came the Secretary's report.
President Gowen gave an address and
said :
"There were many lessons which
might be gathered from the last year's
work. Personally he had learned much
from the kindness and sympathy of all
connected with the League, but espec
ially that it was true of temperance work
'This kind goeth not out but by prayer
prayer and fasting.' The Society might
not have succeeded so thoroughly as
could be wished to reach the class of
men that needed reaching, but it was
important to face the question why?
And the answer seemed to be that we
were face to face with an enemy exten
sive than drunkenness itself, viz., that
demoralization of the will wnicli ren
dered a man incapable of looking hon
estlv at life. No man will be reached
until he is persuaded to face this ques
tion. Life is a gift ; has it any responsi
bilitv or none ? Is it merely the product
of physics-chemical laws, evolved from
nothingness into illusion, or is it a gift
from a personal being with a definite
purpose in it? If the former, then a
man might go blamelessly to the lowest
denths of vice ; there was no standard to
set him right. But if the latter, then he
had a duty. Life became invested with
an awful interest, setting before every
man one all-important work the duty
of self-conquest. .No society couia tio
this work for any man, it was to each a
personal responsibility ; but the society
comes in, giving him the right hand of
fellowship in a particular struggle, help
ing him by sympathy, by legislation, by
education, aiming to smooth away the
difficulties which beset a man ingthe at
tempt to lead a sober life, and above all,
keeping his mind ever pointed to his
God as the sole giver of strength. With
regard to the public, the Blue Ribbon
League had at any rate kept itself in evi
dence, and if it did nothing else there
was no little importance in this one
thin, that it remained a protest against
that traffic which was dragging men
down, body and soul, to hell. That
this might be done with ever increasing
effect was his great wish as regards the
future of the Blue Ribbon League :
W. Smith of H. B. M. S. Caroline
sung a song, after which the report of
the Xominatine Committee was read
The election of officers for the ensuing
six months took place, with the follow
ing result .
President, Rev. Herbert H. Gowen,
(re-elected).
Vice President, Mr. P. C. Jones, (re
elected). Secretary, Mr. Norman Logan.
Treasurer, Mr. John Magoon.
The following committees were ap
pointed :
Entertainment P. C. Jones, S. D.
Fuller, W. O. Atwater, A. F. Cooke,
J. P. Ingram.
Visitation J. J. Macdonald, John
Oat, W. S. Brash, L. M. White, A. Lyle.
Outlook J. A. Dower, W. W. Wright,
W. Thillips, L. P. Hanson, T. B. Mur
ray, D. Douglas, A. Moroff, W. S. Terry,
C. C. MeDougall, W. E. Herrick. ,
Refreshments consisting of ice cream
and cake were served, followed by social
intercourse. Fourteen pledges were
taken.
For San Fiaucisco.
The following passengers left for San
Francisco last Saturday by Royal Mail
steamer Alameda : Mrs. E. C. Damon,
A. L. Boyan and wife, R. W. Wilcox
and wife, Dr. E. C. Webb and wife, J.
T. Wateihouse, Jr., J. Dyer, J. PetrofT,
S. Bushe and Lady Btshe, F. T. Thros
sell, F. R. Throssell, V. B. Cahoune, J .
S. Cove, Leigh Hunt and wife and M.
Lovell, J. Welsh, E. Caswell, E. M.
Walsh and wife and 7 steerage.
Island Views.
Bv calling at J. Gonsalves' photo
graphic gallery, Fort street, you can ob
tain views of the different points of in
terest on all the islands of the group and
- . .
! of the Volcano. FhotOraphs taken in
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Holiday to-day.
Band concert at Emma square thi eve
ning. The Kinau leaves at 4 o'clock this after
noon. The Australia sails for San Francisco at
noon to-morrow.
Mr. Theo. II. DaVies returned from Ha
waii on the Kinau.
Y. M. C. A. book-keeping class at seven
o'clock this evening.
Captain A. B. Hayley, it is said, is in
India, having again joined the British
army.
The Post Office dispatched by the Ala
meda 3,804 letters and 900 packages of
papers.
Major Atkinson, Premier of New Zea
land, has been decorated with the honor of
K. C. M. G.
Be sure and get a copy or two of the
paradise of the Pacific" and send them to
your friends.
Mr. P. C. Jones' reception for young men
on Friday night was .well attended and a
complete success.
There was a runaway yesterday, in
which a well known doctor's horse figured,
and was seriously injured.
The Alameda's through passengers en
joyed themselves in town on Saturday and
spent considerable money.
The Key. George Wallace will deliver
the address at the Blue Ribbon entertain
ment next Saturday night.
ti,o stPnlP of the Catholic Church at
the Leper settlement was
blown down
last week during the storm.
This evening a concert will be given at
the Kaumakapili Church, under the direc
tion of II. K. II. Princess Liliukalani.
Mr. J. F. Morgan will sell the household
furniture at the residence oi ueo. jemacu,
3G Kinau street, at 10 o'clock this morning
The Blue Ribbon League is to be con
gratulated on its election of officers for the
ensuing term. They are all good
and
worthy men.
There was a runaway yesterday this
time a horse attacneu 10 ex pi ess a
driven by a Chinaman. It was celebrat
ing the new year.
To-morrow night there will be a magic
lantern exhibition for the scholars of St
Andrew's Cathedral Sunday School. The
Rev. H. H. Gowen will explain the views
Vmhrriirlpriesi fill (1 laces to set of the faces
of prettv voung sweethearts ana vives.
L-ou would' buy them, at Sachs' I d try
If y.
them.
You will find children's dresses there too
Yesterday was the anniversary of the a
cession of His Majesty the King. It wil
Ka Kcorvn.l to-iiiiv. and all Government
offices throughout the lvinguom win uc
t r T :u 1,a
closed.
The following are the officers of the
Ladies' Altar Society for the ensuing year:
President, Mrs. J. F. Bowler; Vice Presi
dent, Mrs. J. W. MacDonald; Secretary,
Mrs. P. Opfergelt; Treasurer, Mrs. ians
nian. The Hon. C. R. Bishop has purchased
the library of the late Mr. Justice Fornan
der and presented it to the Honolulu Li
brary and Reading Room Association.
This is one of the most important addi
tions to the library in a long time.
Table linen and napkins, fine towels and
linen crash, .
In Turkish and in Russian (and Mikado
shades so flash),
At Sachs' store you will find them, and
polite attention too. ,
Take my advice and go there ; it will pay
you if you do.
A remarkable telephonic experiment has
just been tried. Mr. Stead, of the "Pall
Mall Gazette," London, held a conversa
tion with a representative dispatched on a
tour around the world on behalf of that
paper from Vancouver. The circuit was
15,000 miles, the longest ever worked, and
the experiment lasted for three hours, the
longest interval being four minutes.
Rear-Admiral Louis Hutton Versturme,
who retired from active service in the
British Navy on January 1, 1868, com
mitted suicide at Falmouth, England, by
repeatedly pushing a red-hot poker into
his abdomen, and died in great agony.
He was under the charge of some friends
at Falmouth, who, while noticing that his
manner was strange, did not suspect him
of suicidal intent.
If perchance vou need a fchaoe iai, a.
sailor Poke or Flat,
A little bat for Lovie, trimmed with this
or that; , ...
A bonnet for the baby, of muslin, silk or
lace, .
I can tell you where to find them 104
Vnrt street is the nluce
N. S. Sachs. nroDrietor. I
A young man employed at Hackfeld &
Co.'s had a narrow escape yesterday. He
was riding a horse on Beretania street,
which eot beyond his control, and he
nearly knocked over a lady and several
small children, who were on the sidewalk.
A little fuither on the animal threw him,
and he was picked up by a policeman and
taken to the Station House, but soon after
let go. It is to be hoped he will never at
tempt to ride the same horse on the public
streets.
Saturday was Chinese New Year, and
our Celestial friends celebrated it in the
usual way by firing off crackers and
bombs and" feasting. A reception was held
at the Chinese Club House during the day,
and the band played there from 10 to 12
o'clock noon. Several of the prominent
Chinese merchants entertained English
and American visitors who stepped in
during the festivities, and a notable ex
ample of hospitality was the firm of Quong
Sam Kee, whose fiery display was fairly
bewildering.
Concert at mma Square.
The following musical programme will
be given by the Royal Hawaiian Military
Band this evening at 7:30 o'clock at
Emma Square:
Mrrh-"HawauNei" ' Berger
Overture "Festival" acn
Y. A. ..,;nn Meverbeer
"Reminiscences of Balfe". Godfrey
"Aloha Oe."
r0rf w"Pleasant Memories" .... Beyer
aVtTT :-L..t.; xni" Berger
Scottische-rom Moi". Berger
nn.iriilP "Mele Hawaii" Berger
"Hawaii Ponoi."
dcrribemcnls
PACIFIC
Commercial
Aclvertisei
ST.EAM BOOK AND JOB
PRINTING OFFICE
Is prepared to do nil kinds o
Commercial & Legal Work
Having just lleceivod aComplete and New
Assortment of
Job Types and Ornaments
Of the Latest StvleB, from tbe xnt st Cel
brated Foundries of the United States,
and employing only Experienced
and 1'astv Workmen, we are
prepared to turn out
Letter lieu!.
Bill Ifeiuls.
CJ rcularN,
N'te Hemls.
Statements,
Rill of LhUIuk,
Stock Certificate.
BiiHlue Car!.
2tSeal Checks,
Uilk Tickets,
Bank Checks
Contracts,
Morttfasc Blauks,
Leases,
Shipping Contracts,
(la Bhwali&n fc En gilt h)
calendars.
Blank Checks,
Orders,
Receipts,
Marriage Certificates,
Diplomas,
Catalognes,
Blotting: I'ads
And in factevcrythmg which a ftet-class
office can do.
Australian Mail Service.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The new and fine Al steel steamship
"nVI-ARTJPOSA."
the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be dne
at Honelulu from Sydney and Auckland
on or about
March 11th,- 1888,
And will leave for the abve port with mails and
passengers on or about that aate.
For freight or passage, having
ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to
SUPERIOR
Wm. (t. Irwin & Co.,
AGENTS.
For Sydney and Auckland.
i itii' iinn -
The new and fine Al steel steamship
"ZBALANDIA."
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be
due at Honolulu from San Francisco '
or or about
February 16, 1888.
And will have prompv dl3patcn with mails an
assenirers for the above ports.
For freight or passage, having SUPERIOR AC
COMMODATIONS, apply to
Wm. Gr. Irwin & Co.,
AOKKT8
Notice of Eemoval.
THOMAS LINDSAY
Manufacturing Jeweler,
HAS REMOYEDrrO
Tliomas Block, Kins; St
unique HOLIDAY GOODg
PERSONALLY
In England and
NOW ON EXHIBITION BY THE
PACIFIC HARDWARE
:o:-
LONDON GOODS AT
THE BEST GOODS EVER
1 examine these
Call early
or not.
am
LEWIS
111 Fori SI root. Importer and Dealer in
Staple and
FKESH GOODS
By every steamer from California, and always on hand, a full and complete line of
Pxovisions? Etc. Etc.
Fst!fM-1i v guaranteed. Telephone No. 240. P. O. Box No. 207.
RARE CHANCE
BETTER
THAN A GOVERNMENT
OFFERED BY THE
1Aie Assurance
OF THE UNITED STATES.
Equitable
ASSETS OVER : :
The protection of Life Insurance combined
Annuft?prVemium,l4877Total premium in 20 : years ,.7 Ca
nt paid up policy for life, 843,800. Or, annuity for life, 91.310.
A J
Etc., Etc. For further particulars appiy iu
Alexander
GRASS SEEDS.
COCKSFOOT, RYE GRASS, ENG
LISH RED CLOVER, COW
GRASS.
TUB ATTENTION OF ALL INTERESTED IN
improving the pasture lands of the Islands
is called to the above valuable seeds, which we
offer for sale in lots to suit purchasers.
We have also on hand sample lots of White
Clover, English Alsyke, Timothy, Rib Grass,
Crested Dog's Tail, Tall Fescue. Italian Rye
speds. which we offer in
S&TtMg".'
frr nnantitll
AAnt limit with dispatch.
717-junel8tfd&w WM. O, IRWIN & CO.
NOTICE.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF
MANILA CIGARS,
Of tbe Best Assorted Brands In the Market, which
we will sell at Lowet Prices, either in
Bond or Tnty Paid.
Fresh Lots received by every Steamer.
MEE FQISTG & CO..
Kin? Bet. Maunakea and Xnnanu.
3m
Waterlionse & Lester,
IMPORTERS OF
WAGON LUMBEE
AND
CARRIAGE MATERIAL
16 to 22 Beale street. Ban Franeisco. apl9
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Bealers I
Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Men's Furnish
in and Fancy Goods. No. 11 Kaahumanu Street
Honolulu. H. I. 25tX-wtX
-r nana H. BlOWS
T. J. BASS & CO.
importers of and Dealers In
Artists' - Materials,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, Turpentine.
Manufacturers of Mouldings, Picture
Vrtrnva. etc.. etc.. etc.
i a 16 Ellis Wtreet near Market,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
634mayl4tf
SELECTED BY
the United States
L'd.
LONDON PRICES !
OFFERED IN THE CITY.
goods, whether you wish to purchase
& CO.,
CO
Fancy Groceries.
FOR INVESTMENT.
BOND.
Company
: : : : $80,000,000.
with the Investment
T. Cartwrigclit,
General Agent, Hawaiian Islamls.
. G. Irwin &
OFFER FOR SALE:
SUGARS
dry granulated
Id Barrels,
Half Barrels,
And 80-pound Boxes.
CUBE
In Half Barrels
And 25-pound Boxes
POWDERED
In 30-pound Boxes.
GOLDEN G. COFFEE
In Half Barrels
TEAS
Blue Mottled Soap
Cases Corned lleef.
FLOUR
Cs Medium Bread.
OIL
FUEL AND LUBRICATING.
LIME I CEMENT
G alYanized Iron Roofing.
EJDG1NG-
SCREWS and WASHERS.
Sugar Bags 22x36.
COEDAGE.
Manila and 6ial. Panana Twine, vTbale Lice
Keed's Felt Steam Pipe
and Boiler Covering.
GRASSaSEEUS,
HILL TIMBERS
A TENTS, (suitable for
tDg and surveying partial-.
22 tf
IB
s
fcorseB,
' O S. I A JJ IA K V LS W I IV 4
-' all styles.

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