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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER JANUARY 17, 18S9.
PORT OF HONOLULU, H. I. ai:i:i vai.s. Wehnksday, Jan. 1?. Am Itrift W O Irwin, McCulloch, 14 Oavs from v?an Francisco. Am bktne Skagit, Cutler, 23 days from FUCf S )UI1I. tn.hr Kauikeanili from Kohala. Schr Wait hu from Kauai. fc-tmr Kaala, rndcrwood. from Waianae and Waialua. Schr Mile Morris from Koulau, Oahu. htmr J A ('iimruins, NtiJson, from Wai nae an J Waialua. DKl'AKTl I!KS. Wednesday. Jan. 1G. Schr Kaulilua, for Koolau and Hanalei. bchr Mokuo'.a for Iv.va. Schr Sarah and Kliza for Koolau. !tel Ing To-day. S hr Ilalcnkala for IVpetkco. chr M '.n Va!iin' fur 11 liuaku.'., Hawaii. Stmr Iwaluni, Weir, tor Ilamakua, via Lahaiu i. at 1 a. in. Sunr C K iN;ioj, Claire, for a circuit cf thii inland, at '.) a. m. trnr Kar.la, 1'n.lci -.vuoil, for Waianae and Wai iluu, U a m. Am l ark C i Dryant, Lee, for San Fran cisco, G a m. Schr Mile Morris for Konlau. Oahu. Sc.hr Kauik-;t'Uli f.r Kobala. t?oli r Waichu for Kauai. bchr Caterina for Kwa. Yeaiel 1 Irt from Foreign l'ort. V S S AVrt. J D ir;ih:im, Catlao, S A. U S S. Dolphin. Wilde, Mexico. II it M S Hyacinth, A( land, Tahiti. H 1$ M S Cormorant, Ni hulls. Cruise, hkt Cuthona, Oitfor. Victoria. H. C. J'.k Kalakaua, ID ndtr.-on, Tahiti. likC D llrvant, I.ec, .in Frai.ci-sco. Tern V S lio.vne. Mhihrn, San Francisco. Hk Sonoma, (irilliths, San t rai:cico. lint Ik Iu:.M"ore, Hind, Liverpool. Urit yacht Nyanz i. Hunt. South S Islands Iik Forest 0.uccn, Winding. San Francisco. Uktne Amelia, ewhall, l'ort 'fownsernl. Uk C ( Whit more. Ward. Depart uro Raw Sciir Kohort Scarl , I'ittz. l'ort Iilakeley. Hgtne Vi Irwin, McCulloch.San Francisco Uktne Skagit, Cutler, l'ort Townsend. Teasel Kxpcctcil from Foreign Forts. V? ssels. Where trom. Due. H IJMSCon.iuest.Chili . . .Jan . . . Feb . . . Dec ...Mav , ...Dec co.Jan ...Dec 10 20 2f 4 Ol L L'o 30 1 31 .5 31 2" 1! i 11 31 20 2.s 20 13 2S 25 1 Bk J I) ISrtwer. 5k Ivv Itoston New York. . Bremen San 1'eilro San Franci .Tahiti .. . j;k (J S' Wilcox Tern J C Ford 13? Consuelo Am vacht Casco . . Bkt S (i Wilder... Bk Don Adolf o Schr Wm Kenton . Bkt M Winkelman. Bk Jamaica R M S S Zi alandia . Sh Paul lent'org. . Sc Fred K Sunders Bgtne Consutlo. . . Bk S C Allen Bk Wrestler Bk Cam Turd Bkt Uolert Sudden Bk Victoria Bktne Klikitat. . . . Bktne Planter San Francisco..! an Newcastle ... .Jan Newca.-tle Feb .San Francisco.Jan tilaspow April ,San Francisco. J an .(ihi!row May San Francisco" Jan San Francisco. Jan Newcastle .Newcastle. . . . Newcastle. . . . Newcastle. . . . Newcastle. . . Buret Sound , .Jan .Jan Jan . Feb . Feb .Jan San Francisco. Feb Dally Kccelnt of Produce. ta?8 sugar. Hag rice. Mjs. pkgs . gtmr Kaala 1000 Schr Mile Morris. . -100 Schr Kauikea'uli 2100 ... FASSUNGKKS. ARRIVALS. From San Francisco, per hrit W G Irwin, Jan 17 Ed Hutton and A B Case. From Waianae and Waialua, per stmt Kaala, Jan 17 Mrs Ahrens. 3 children ami servant, Mr Jackson, Mrs Stewart, and 15 deck passengers. 8IIIFFING NOTES. The schooner Caterina takes 50 tons coal to Ewa to-day. The steamer W.(?. Hall is due to-morrow morning from windward ports. The steamer Iwalani sails at 10 o'clock this morning for Lahaina and Hamakua. The schooner Fred E.Sanders has pro bably arrived at Hilo from San Francisco. The barkentine Klikitat will be due here about next week with lumber from Puget Sound. The barkentine Amelia and the bark C. O. Whitmore are at the Oceanic Steamship Company's wharf. The four-masted schooner Robert Scarles ha been docked at Messrs. Allen k Robin son's wharf to unload lumber. The steamers Kaala and C. R. Bishop will leave this morning for their regular route on the other tide of this Island. The American bark C. D. Bryant, Capt. John Let, sails at t o'clock this morning with l,53o torn sugar for San Francisco. The American barkentine Skatiit, Capt. R. I). Cutler, arrived early January 17th, 23 days from Port Towr.st'nd, with about J00,00J feet lumber for Mcrs. Lewers fc Cooke, and is docked at the Fort street wharf. Had heavy S. I, ir lies the first ten days, thence experienced N. & N. E. trides to port. The Ocvanio Company's briintine W.O. Irwin, Captain J. E. McCulloeh, arrived early on Wednesday. January 17th. about 14i"days from San Francisco "with 540 tons general merchandise and a deck load of 240 pips for Messrs. Burke & Winston. IIa4 S. E. ifcS. W. winds the first seven days, thence had fair trade winds to port. The W. CI. Irwin is docked at the Company's wharf and will leave again about next Wednesday. Supreme Court At ( 'Hambt? rs. Wepnhsday, Jan. 10. Before Mr. Justice lVoston. P.ank rupfev of V. H. Ciraenhalh. W. A. Whiting for tho creditors. Claims araountini; to .4,S07.o2 nrj proved. W. C. Purke ia floctod us assignee under $"00 bond. The above amount does not include the claim of T. U. Thrum, who had already taken possession of the iro- prty under a chattel mortgage. Bpfore Mr. Justice lo!e. John Tarker and Samuel Parker vs. A. J. Cartwright and others. Bill in equity to cancel a lease. Hartwell and Neumann for plaintiffs; Brown and Smith for defend ants. Answer day. The hearing was still on at adjournment for the day. EMs for School Ilouoes. The following are tlio lowest and suc cepeful bids out of tenders made by six teen parties for ni.ne school houses to be erected for the Board of Education, as M.:,vislf q.Uvrtised. The bids were . v, . o.. ... - . . Opened at a meeting ot the ioara ic Id at p. in. yesiernay : Napoopoo J.W. Smith . . . Hoopulo.i F. Art her Kona Waena J. Todd.. . Punaluu. Kau J. Wallace Honokaa S. Kunaholc Keanae " " Hanat't'ne J. F. Ro l."HI k I: I OO 11-'? lo.vt Hi 121'? ' oO Kamaoa. Kau J. W allace Puhakupuka S. Andrews v. moaua Kaa u- 775 00 1'erRniiaK Mr. Edward Hu'ton, hook keeper for the Iron Work, returned home from the Coast by the W. G. Irwin. 1 Mr. J. A. Magoon, barrister, was tak ing evidence hv stenography in the rarker-Cartwrigllt hearing in Supreme Court Chambers yesterday. LOCAL AND GENERAL. A reward is offered for a lost satchel. Singing class at Y. M. C. A., 7 o'clock this evening. Full moon concert Emma Square. this evening at The Honolulu Social Club will meet this evening at 7 :.'i0 o'clock. The monthly business meeting of the Y. M. C. A. occurs this evening at 7:30 o'clock. The Intor-Island Steam Navigation Company is paying a dividend of ;i per, fchare. An arrost opium madj 11 :'.j0 p. m. for larceny and the whole sheet one up ior till The Band will play on board II. B. M. S. Hyacinth on Friday evening for the benefit of th? shipping in general. The monthly meeting of the V C. T. U. will be held in the parlors of the Y. M. C. A. at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon. Captain Aiapai and three officers sur prised a Chinaman with smoking; kit and a horn of opium at Cape Horn last night, and landed him and the stuff in the Station. Dr. Tucker's private telephone at the Eagle House cottage is Mutual No. 25S, Eagle House telephone, Bell No. 353. Either can bo used to call the doctor after office hours. The Board of Education will have an exhibit in the Hawaiian trophy at Paris. Requests have been directed to school agents throughout the Kingdom to send in specimens of work from the schools. The Board of F2ducation, amongst a large amount of business despatched yesterday, decided to provide new schools on Maui at Hau, Hana and Waikapu. Monsieur Marie Gabriel Georges Eos seront d'Anglade is proclaimed as the accredited Commissioner tor France at the Hawaiian Court. He had an audi ence of the King 5-esterday, which is officially announced elsewhere. Inspector-General Atkinson began the inspection of schools in this district with the native school at Pauoa yesterday. He will, however, suspend other visita tions for the present, in order to attend to the Board's exhibit for Paris. , Hon. Cecil Brewn is going to get that courthouse for his constituents of Koo lauloa after many years' praying and waiting. Tenders for the building are out, to close on February 12th, also for! building a courthouse at Kailua, Hawaii. A meeting of the members of the St. Andrew's Cathedral congregation will be held on Thursday evening. January 17th, at 7:30, in the building adjoining the cathedral, for the purpose of electing wardens of the cathedral for the present ear. H. B. M. S. Cormorant had some good ordnance practice on Molokai. While at the island Captain Nicolls, accom panied by Captain Bourke late of the Hyacinth, went on a hunting expedi tion. They shot three deer, a goodly lot of turkeys, and other game. Mr. C. B. Reynolds, having concluded not to accept the office of Superintendent of the Leper Settlement on Molokai, has resumed duty as an Agent of the Board of Health. Mr. Kingsley continues in his old iopition of special officer of the Board of Health. By invitation Mr. A. T. Atkinson, Inspector-General of Schools, was accorded passage to and from Molokai by II. B. M. S. Cormorant last week. Ho took the opportunity to make a tour of in siection, visiting the schools at Kauna kakai, Kawela, Kamalo and Kaluaaha, on that ibland. Col. Thompson got entangled in a coil of roje on the sidewalk in front of the Criterion Saloon the other day, and fall ing broke a rib, seriously injured his wrist, and damaged his brow, nose and eyes. He was very cheerful in his painful affliction, hoping that the mishap would not long put him off his digestion of Hawaiian law. Thoso not caught napping saw a fine sight in the eclipse of the moon yes terday evening. Thrum's Almanac probablv threw many off the track, as it eavs "shortly after sunrise" when "sun set" was doubtless meant. The middle of the eclipse was about 7 o'clock, two thirds or so of the disk being obscured. Not only was the silvery remnant con spicuously beautiful, but the shadowed part was "so plainly visible as to be an interesting fctudy for the astronomically inclined. Marriage. Mr. Charles J. McCarthy and Miss Maggie Morgan were joined in holy wed lock at the Roman Catholic Cathedral yesterday evening. Right Rev. Her mann, Bishop of Olba, assisted by Father Leonor, performed the rites. Miss Gnh land was bridesmaid, and Mr. William y. Love, best man. A large number of spectators assembled to view the ever intrstinir ceremonv. The bride was attired in cream colored silk with veil, tbp admiration of friends and all be holders. After the two were made one the bridal party ami immediate friends had a pleasant "wedding reception at the house of the bride's mother. The rarU Kxhibltlon. The finance committee on the Paris Exhibition matter had secured subscrip tions of ?2,000 by the end of their first day's canvass. They met with a grati fying reception from business people, leading them to believe that no trouble would be experienced in raising the whole amount of f 1,000, to be supple mented by the Foreign Office grant ot $1,000. The general committee basal ready received several tenders of ex hibit's. Mr. Hassinger, manager for the committee, will us the Tax Collector's i.flice in the Kapnaiwa building, as an ; arranging and packing room. Notice to Assignees. The following notice is posted in the Supreme Court Clerk's Office The attention of assignee; in bank- rupfcv is directed to the following pro vision of the Act relating to bankruptcy: 'Section 13. The assignee or assign ees shall immediately after their election .nnnlntir.Pnt file with the Cierkof the r...!!ri".,rt list of all the a.- sets Tlll'It "lilt v,-"-" that have come to their pos?sion or knowledge." SUPREME COURT. JftQ narj Term Mr. Justice Itlekerton Presiding. Wednesday, Jan. 16. The Court opens at 10 a. m. Foreign jurors in attendance. Recess 11:40 a. m. to 1 p. hi. The King vs. Ah Fook. Possession of opium. Deputy Attorney-General Pet erson for the Crown ; V. V. Ashford for the defendant. Appeal from Police Court, Honolulu, withdrawn. The King vs. Ah Tai. Gaming. De puty Attorney-General for the Crown; defendant in person. Appeal from Po lice Court, Honolulu. Tried before the following foreign jury: J. A. Hopper, C. Luas, E. Suhr, II. Gunn, A. Gil fillan, J. A. Spear, G. McLeod, T. F. Lansing, G. E. Howe, H. G. Crabbe, G. C. Stratemeyer and J. M. Dowsett. Ver dict is rendered of gui'tv. recommending prisoner to mercy. The Court pro- i noum.es sentence of $25 tine and costs. The King vs. Ah Che?. Possession of j opium. Deputy Attorney-General for ! the Crown ; A. Rosa for defendant. Ap peal from Honolulu Police Court for mitigation of sentence. Sentenced to ten days' hard labor and .50 fine and costs. Tiie King vs. Lau Niu. Violating liquor law. Deputy Attorney-General tor the Crown; V." V. Ashford for the defendant. Appeal from Police Court, Honolulu. Defendant's motion to tra verse record of proceedings and sentence of lower Court. Ordered to remain in abeyance for the present. The King vs. Fred. II. Hayse'.den. Conspirac.v, second degree. Attorney General C. W. Ashford and Deputy Peterson for the Crown ; P. Neumann for the defendant. Defendant is ar raigned on an indictment charging that he, at Honolulu on August 29, lSsrt, con spired with Geo. W. Maefarlane to re move and deal in imported spirituou liquors, the legal duties uton which, J4.749.35. had not bean pai l, to which he pleads guilty, after h iving made a statement to the Court why he so pleads. Mr. Neumann had first waived tke read ing by the Deputy Attorney-General of the indictment, and stated that his client was read' to plead. After hear ing remarks oi the Attorney-General and Mr. Neumann in favor of a mone tary sentence only, tht is no imprison ment, the Court defers sentence until 1 p. m. to-morrow. Following are the re marks of defendant in entering his plea : "May it please the Court: You as well as the community here are, no doubt, aware of all the facts in this case. The indictment accuses me ot conspiracy to defraud the Government of nearly ;f5,000. This is untrue. I was com manded by His Majesty the King to ob tain certain liquors from G. W. Maefar lane & Co., amounting in all to about $1,600. The purchase was not my pur chase, the goods were not my goods. I was not liable for them. I simply car ried out the orders given to me, and I refer Your Honor to the evidence given by His Majesty in the Maefarlane trial to substantiate what I say that I acted solely as His Majesty's agent in the mat ter. Maefarlane had no right to charge the goods to me personally, nor did I carry the Custom House orders to settle any "liability of my own. There was no conspiracy to effect any settlement, cer tainly not" on my part, but I am informed that the law declares that an unlawful object was carried out between Maefar lane and myself under an agreement. This also is untrue, there was no agree ment between Maefarlane and myself whatever. My whole offense then was that I did as I was bidden, believing I ought to comply with the bidding, and carried the orders handed me by Curtis P. Iaukea to Henry Maefarlane, to whom I delivered them. " Yet I plead guilty to the charge, " First, because the Court has decided in the Maefarlane case that the receiving of the Custom House orders from Iaukea and the delivery of the same to Maefar lane was unlawful. " Second, because I am convinced that there are men in this community who, from political prejudice, would take their seats as jurors and yet condemn me, no matter what the evidence might be." The King vs. Lai Chou. Gaming. Deputv Attorney-General Peterson for the Crown ; V. V. Ashford for the de fendant. Appeal from District Court of Koolaupoko. Tried before the following foreign jurv : George McLeod, E. Suhr, J. W Gibbs, J. H. Black, George C. Stratemever, F. Gertz, A. Gilfillan, Robert Grieve, Chas. Hammer, J. A. Spear, Charles Lucas, and J.M.Dowsett. A verdict of guilty is returned, two jurors dissenting. Sentence postr-oned till to morrow. The King vs. Yock Lan. Possession of opium. Deputy Attorney-General for the Crown; J. A. Magoon for the de fendant. Defendant's motion to with draw plea ot guilty on which judgment wa.s passed in Police Court. Mr. Magoon argued in support of his motion, sup ported by affidavits. 'I he ground of motion was that defendant had made his plea on the strength of information ten dered him, that by pleading guilty he should receive but a light sentence. Mr. Peterson for the Crown opposed the motion, holding that, even if counsel's law was correct, the law of this country foibids an appeal from a lower Court, after a trial is complete there, except an appeal for mitigation of sentence. Deci sion reserved. The Court adjourns at 5 :05 for the day. Allege'! Stealing. Shortly after 3 o'clock yesterday after noon a Chinese shopkeeper on the corner of Queen and Alakea street came out of his place with a Hawaiian bandboy in his grip. The Chinaman was calling "haul in," but before any police ap peared in response the boy tore himself away and got out oi sight. In the mean time Captains Larson and Hopkins and Officer Kingsley were a little distance away on Alakea street, interviewing Chinese and natives to find out what and where the disturbance was. When they at length got right directions they found two native policeman in the Chinaman's shop investigating the matt r. The shopkeeper's rt"y was that the bandboy came in and, finding him out in the back part, reached over and oi-ned the tiil and took the sum of four dollars there from. Following the boy up with a warrant the police had him in the station at 4 :45 o'clock. Fnll Moonlight Concert. The Royal Hawaiian R-and will give a concert this evening at Fmma Square, commencing at 7 :oJ. Following is the programme : 1. Overture Liht Cavairv Sunpe o i . L i Medloy O! How delightful.. Waltz Servian Sek-i tion Maritana. ... . . . . Mikioi. Malama. Xowc Medley Mii-ioal l'ow Wow., f avatine l'a--i:ig Clouds.. .. (Javotte The Mars Polka You and I Hawaii Ponoi. . . .Catiin I vanovic Wallace o. . . .Beyer . .Ga-Mier . . . Eaton . ..Faust ; 7. s. THE SAM0AN WAR. Account of a Itattle from a Hawaiian Eyewitness Plan to Capture Mata afa Itccnrd of the Slaughter List of Insurgent Victor lei Tutulla to bo Attacked. Below appears a translation of a letter published in the Tae Aina Hawaii on the recent fight between the Germans and the Samoans. The writer is Hiram Ka umialii, an intelligent and trustworthy Hawaiian who was attached to Mr. J. F. Bush's Embassy and wb.3 has recently returned to Samoa. An a, January 1, 1SS9. To the Hawaii Pae Aina: I send you an account of the battle at Samoa, as follows : On the 17th of December, 1SSS, it was heard that a plot had been formed by the Germans, as the King Malietoa (Mata- afa) was resting quirtly in ease, to seize and carry him off, as they did the former Malietoa who was seized and carried off a prisoner. When this plot was heard of, the warriors of Malietoa were very watchful while they stood guard. Early in tiie morning the boats of the German ships of war were seen moving along the shore, the soldiers of Malietoa being on tiie main land mauka. As the boats came close to shore at Mataefagatele the people called out " Who is there?" There was no answer, the only audible reply was the cracking of shots from re volvers, and a certain chief from Salologa of Savaii named Sua was hit, and imme diately the battle began at six in the morning and continued until nine o'clock, when it ceased. And then the bodies of the dead and wounded were seen scattered abut on the shore. Following are the losses on both sides : On Malietoa's side seven were killed and thirty-one wounded during the principal Yiattie. After this fight the German spy glasses were directed on shore and eight Samoans were seen roasting chickens. A shell was immediately fired among these people as they were sitting about, and when it burst it killed seven and one escaped. Total killed on Malietoa's side, fourteen. On the German side twenty-one were killed. Among these, six had their heads cut off and their bodies buried separately. I saw two heads floating about in the surf of Fagalii and some feet were being eaten by fishes. The num ber of those wounded was forty-eight, and it is said all will die, except perhaps three or four. Tamasese did not come out, the path on which he was expected was obstructed and they all became afraid. The Germans fired the Samoan houses. It is said that Tamasese and the soldiers from the German war vessels are about to make an attack. For this reason Ma lietoa has moved his camp to a place mauka of the town cf Apia, about a mile from it. The German foreigners are very much frightened these days and are rushing about hither and thither. It is now be ing said that the German war ships are going to Tutuila to shell the houses, and when that is done they are going over to Savaii to burn it. The American war power is very strong, and if the British was like it, "this war in Samoa would soon cease. Malietoa has sent 100 soldiers to kpep the peace on the lands owned by Ger mans, to prevent mischief by the natives in taking breadfruits, cocoanuts, etc. All the laborers of the labor gangs of the Germans have run off into the bush, and some of them are in Malietoa's forts. These aro the victorious battles of Ma lietoa the battles of Matautu, Laulii, Talofata, Lotuanunu, Fagalii and Fele ula. The principal occupation of the Tutuila people now is building forts. SPECIAL 15LS1NKSS ITEMS. Everything new at Fishel's. Drink Moxie at the. " Elite." Horn's genuine Butter Scotch. Ladies' glace trim Cotton Shoes at Fishel's. Genuine Butter Scotch (Horn's) for coughs. Horn's Butter Scotch, the best lubricator for the throat. Milk Shakes at Tahiti Lemonade Depot, 23 Merchant Street. A most complete stock of Felt and Straw Huts can be had at Fishel's. Good goods, at low price", can always be found at Sachs' store, 104 Fort street. Just opened, a fine line of French Kid Shoes for ladies, misses and children, at Fishel's. Ladies will do well by calling at Fishel's and see his new stock of French Kid Shoes and Slippers. For stylish millinery go to Sachs' store. There you will always lind choice goods and latest styles. It has been proved by unanimous verdict that the San Jose Lager Peer on draught at the Royal Saloon is the best. A fine assortment of childrens' dresses, infants' robes, infants' lace and silk caps, and sash ribbons, at exceptional low prices, at Sachs' store. A more complete stock of Dress Goods, could not be displayed than that now ex hibited at Sachs' store, 101 l'ort street. It comprises all the new shades, plaids and fancy striped goods. Dividend Notice. DIVIDEND OF THREE DOLLARS per Share will be paid to the share holders of the Inter-Island Steam Naviga tion Co., (Limited), at their ofhee on Wednesday, the 10th inst. J. ENA, 15-3t " Secretary. LOST! ON WEDNESDAY MORNING. BE tween the Tramways otHce and the l'iains, via Fort and King streets, a ladv's YELLOW SATCHEL, containing a black purse, hunch of keys, hills, etc. The tinder will be rewarded on leaving the artit ie at Mr. Neumann's law office. " 15 Ten Dollars Eeward. H'HE A ROVE REWARD WILL EE TAID ON X c.'uviction of auy prrson found stealing the Dailt Advertiser or "Weekly Gazette" from the store or renidence of pubcri:jern. HAWAIIAN OAZETTE CO. Honolulu, March 3u, 186!. 3fc&trtistffifnt 3. Annual Meeting. CTOCKIIOLPEKS OF TIIE HAWAII- an Agricultural Company will take notice that the annual meeting of the Company will be held at the ottice of l brewer it Co. Queen street, on Tlll'llS- DAY, Jan. 17, lsy, at 10 o'ekvk a. to. J. O. CAKTEK, Secrttarv. Honolulu. Jan. 1. 1x50. l-lt 3Iasonic Notice. MFMRfPi HP TIVCTTAV TjVjk Lodge holding Trustee.-' notes for CtJ? monies advanced in 10 for build- ! mg the Masonic Hall will secure their pay- meiit by presenting them at Bishop .v Co.'s counter properly endorsed. I JOHN II. PATY, i 11-lw Chairman Ionr of Trustee. TO LET. THE PREMISES OX KING M3r4 street, next door to the corner of Fort street, will be to let on the tirst day of May next. f6?Terms hher.il. Inquire of lo-3:n nENUY WATERHOFSE. jNTOTICE. A IX PERSONS WITHOUT PFRMIT OR Busi ness hereby forbidden to eDter the Tong Keen C. premUen on Beretanla treet, known as the Chinese Church. Any person or persons found trespassing on eid premises will be prosecuted according to law. TON a KEEN CO., per Seu ChonR. Honolulu. Pec. 28. 1S83. ISS Im FOR RENT. THE PLEASANTLY LOCATED HOUSE and Premises, ou the corner of King IK rmf i m by Rev. . (3. Beckwith G. Beckwith. Possession given in January For terms arrlT CUAS. M". COOSE. 175-tf Attorney fo Mrs. H, E Cooke. DRESSMAKING. MRS. M. B. CAMPHELL HAS COMMENCED the business of Dressmaking, Cutting and Fitting, at her residence, No. 73 Beretania street, opposite the Hotel. The patronage of the ladies is respectfully solicited. Satisfaction guaran teed. 06-tt 1243-ly K. WEIR, 'IVOCLD RESPECTFULLY NOTIFY HIS T T 'riends and the pubiic generally that hs nas purchased the Blacksmith andCirriage Shop forti.erly conducted by A. Morgan at Nos. 7'J and S King street, where he is now prepared to do all kinds of Carriage Painting and Trimming, Carriage and Heavy Wagon Work and General Blacksmithing with promptness and dispatch. Satisfaction guaranteed. 131-tf Underwriters' Notice. "VT 7 H ERE AS. A NUMBER OF FIRES HAVING n lately occurred in buildings vacant and unoccupied, the Board of Underwriters deem it their duty to call attention Irpolicy holders In thesa Islands to the clause contained in the pollcj, the substance of which reads as follows: "No liability shall exist under this rolicy for loss on any vacant or unoccupied buildings, un less consent for such vacancy or non-occupancy be hereon endorsed; provided, that dwellings may remain -vacant not exceeding ten days without such endorEement." We therefore recommend the observance of the above condition of insurance. By order of the Board of Underwriters. F. A. SCHAEFER, C. O. BERGER, President. Secretary. Honolulu, Dec. 1H, 18HS. 180 1250-lm News Agency Notice. T TIIE SOLICITATION OF MANY A patrons the undersigned has taken charge of the Newspaper Mail per Austra lia addressed to another party, and will continue the Foreign Subscriptions and News Agency in connection with the Sta tionerv and Book business recently re sumed. But while consenting to assist subscribers toward the re ularity of their supplies the undersigned id in no way re sponsible to complete or adjust unfilled contracts. Parties desiring to continue their sup plies will please call for same, or send in their early orders'. Subscribers on the other islands will report as early as possi ble so as to guide outgoing mail orders and avoid irregularities. 10-lw 1253-lt TIIOS. O. THRUM. MULES! TO ARP.ICE EX. BKTNE. "FOREST QUEEN" now on the way, 30 HEAD LARGE YOUNG MULES. Also a FEAT HORSES. All pclally xelectM for tbis Market and For Pale at Lowest Market Rates. For further particulars, Arp'y to E. R. MILES, Haw'n Hotel Stables. Uonoluln, H. I. wliV)-lm dl8'i-12t NOTICE. THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETO fore existing between J. K. Wilder and Henry Davis of this city expired by limit ation Dec. 31, and teased to exist at that date. Mr. Henry Davis has purchased the in terest of Mr. J. K. Wilder in the bu-ines and assume all liabilities of the lirru of Davis it Wilder. He wiil pay all amounts due by the firm and collect all outstanding accounts due said firm and continue the business from date under the name and style of Henrv Davis & Co. (feigned) J. K. WILDER. HENRY DAVIS. TN RETIRING FROM THE FIRM OF Davis tt Wildtr I wrmld respectfully ask for my successor, Mr. Henry Davis, the continuance of all the good will and kind patronage which we topether enjoyed. Lrtlillg V ..'liiiutrii w iiitiL lie uv ur v lilt ing in effort to plea.-e and satisfy all parlies who a d him their patronare. who a 9-3 1 (Signed) J. K. WILDHR, X Sdwfisfxnnts. Pioneer Sliirt Factory, of Honolulu. !NTo. IT Emma Street. o The undersigned bees to inform the public of these Islands that he la maklnff Shirt by measurement. Directions for aelf measurement will ! given on application White Shirts, Over Shirts and Night Gowns. A fit guaranteed by making a sample Shirt to every onSer. lalanl erJera ioUelt4. O V. tr i:ll Telephone 410. GEO. W. LINCOLN, rpiIE WELL-KNOWN T.UILDER, IS STILL IN TIIE FIELD AS A CON JL tractor, and is now better prepared to do any and all kinds of work appertaining to contracting or any other class of work belonging to his trade, in the same good and workmanlike manner as heretofore; having curtailed my shop exjenses and still retain plenty of room to do any and all kinds of work appertain ing to the building trade that may be entrusted to my care. I am enabled to do the same at verv low rates, to suit the extremely dull times, and at the same timo bearing in mind that what is worth doing at all is worth doing well. Thanking the public for past favorn, I remain respectfully voura, tio GEO. "V. LINCOLN. "W Y E T I-I ' S LIQUID MALT EXTRACT Contains all tho nutritive virtues of the best Malt Liquors while it Is FUKK from all stimulating effects. NOT .A, BEVERAGE. The following analysis the proportion of alcohol in tho Malt Extract as Com pared with Halt Liquors: Y 1 " Alcohol. Water. English snail beer 3.2 2.4 94.4 Laser beer (Brooklyn) 2.8 2.8 84.4 Malt extract (Wyeth's) 2.54 13.0 82.4G Tho Manufacturers, Messrs. Jko. Wtktfi & Bxo., Fhil., have appointed BENSON, SMITH & COMPANY, l-3m B.F.EHLERS & Co., rust Received EUROPEAN HOLIDAY GOODS Also, Complete Stocks i-tf NOTICE OE MR. EIIRLICII bcs to inform his numerous patrons and the public in general, that the "TEMPLE OF FASHION" Is moving to the CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS, and will b-a in order for business ON SATURDAY MORNING, December 29, 1888. fOKGANIZKI) ISSO.j o jSTew ar Assets our 811,000,000. POSITIVE RKSTJLTS Uf a Policv in the Manhattan Life on the New Plan. Age, 30; amount of Policy, $10,000; terra, 20 yeara. The Anneal Premium will be. The 20 ryrQn" trill smonnt to At tLe cud of tL&t tiise tLe ComTsny mill Thus the ?10,0C4) Insurance will have teen secured at the net cost for 20 years of only 330 OO or ?l.f8 for fl.tt 0 i omranee per jear. or If the Cash fce not drawn tke I'olic will become paid np for 10,050 OO The?e results are not estimated, l ut are fixed in a Fositive Contract, the full fact of the Policy meanwhile beiri.' payable in the event of the death of the assured. There is no forfeiture of payments on discontinuance of policy after three years, a Cash or Paid up Value beins Guaranteed by the Terms of the New York Law. For examples at other ages, and also on the 10 and 15 years' plans, write or apply at the Office oi the Agent. NOTE. The Manhattan's is the simplest form of policy in existence, and Incon testable after 5 years, thi3 feature having been originated and adopted by this Compauy over 20 years ago. ,TOTri:ET H. PATY. Act. SC-tf 1235-tf M. MELLIS- 194 SOLE AGENTS FOR TIIE II AWN ISLANDS. Fall Line of- T0IS, DOLLS, in Every Department. HEMOYAL! York. Net Surplus over 3,000,000. 301 SO 6,036 OO 6,700 OO retain to the holder In cub.