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PORT OF HONOLULU, II. 1.
A Kill VALS. T'iiur:.sY, Feb. Atu l-ark iy llaw birk V K t'Jocifi-t laU-I, l!)days i.oin .ran i i.uu ir . jSni.r JauM's Ma'.ve, M;m ;u!av, from t;-hr Xoi Wahino from H.-iuiakua, Ila waii. , . Schr Lavinia from Ffpf-t-kco, Hawaii. JL-'chr Kftalokai from Kauui. i)::rAUTii!:s. riiLi:.siAY, Feb. 7. Stmr T,'-hua, Clark, for Ilamakua and Iliio jrt. at 1 in. ftfnr Kaala, I'ptierwood, for Waialua and Waiaiiae, at !J a m. lT fs y Yan.iaiki , fcjclioornnaker, for armri. S'.:ur Vi.'a f;;r Kul.uiui. l lMM'! I.'fl ill cur :;iv.: sni f.;r Kocla'i. ktc, Macaulav, Stmr Jin Mi. for Kupaa, Kariai, a to t in. S( Mr M; Wilim'1 for Ihunaku'i, Hawaii. M'nr C It iidtoj). Wiilaiua :;i:d Koolau, at t a in. V.-I in l'oi t Iron) lr iin I'orts. II li M S GoniiUc-t, Oxk-v. Callao, H A. .S S Alert, ( recti, Culh'io, S A. II V, M .S HyariMtii, AH.m.l, Tahiti. It ii M .S Cormorant . Ni h li.--. I'rui.-x. Au-.tralla. Ho'.idirt te, San l-'ranri.-x-o. l'.k Ai.-x MeN. il, FriK SvwcUe, N s Jjk Y ) (it.lfrey, I.t'l. San Franvi-sco. A..i y.i lit Ca-co. ()iti, Tahiti, l'.k Kalaknua, Hci-..lrr'.i, Tahiti, i I r: t hk I'in-''ore, Hind. Liverpool. S- lir lloi.-ert S. a"i. s PitU. l'ort lilakeley. llktnc: 1 i;';r, t'oi in-on, i'..rt T iwneml. "'.k'L.ie S (i A il l r, ratil. a:i l"ra:u i.-eo. liktne Mary iiikel:uaii, Dyrel.or, !S F. A in lik s? C Allen, Tiioir. ji.-on , Newcastle. Vsm(!s. Wi)Ti fr-jai. rn. . . Feb! . .Feb hi . M-iy 1M . Ft-o 'jo .lec L- . .Mav I . ..l.tn'.'il A pril Jf ...May 4 II MS M'rii'0-a CoIoimos 11 M S S Alameda. .San Franei.-eo. . Ur hk i:oal Aliei Liverpool I'stOM Now Vitrk l!rt u".mi . Mew ft -lie : !MJOW . ' ia -,ro v .New ea- :le . Newe.i.i.Ie. . . . Newca-f !e . N i w ca.t le. . I'ug( t Sound . . . San 1 Ya neico. StMt l-'ranei.eu. .Sa.t Frain.'i-'0. l'.k .1 I) llnwtr. . . l'.k Ivv Jlk (i N W'il; ox l'.k Ioij Aiiolto. . . J.k .lamaica Mi Paul IsonU-r. . Ilk Wri'stler i?k Cam Tiiat ?kt Itoln-rt Su.UUn Ilk Victoria liktne Klikit.it 1-k A1'.mi lie.vse. . . Jan 2 Jan -'o JVh lo Febl'-s Jan L'o . Feb 3 . Fi't i . Feb 1 liktne o N a tie. r Sclir J i-nnie Walker..' I'.kt V 11 timond.. Sp I'd I'hinney . . . . ! n 1 i anci-eo. Feb: .San Franeie Ni."vea tle .S.m 1-ram ioo i" e b 1 ' Feb 10 Feb J'i lik Cevion r.rti II Dou-Iuns hr-t J :S.rceki !.x N ti r A Tina .: an Franeiit o .. r'eb 127 .San l 'rniK ieo. ..I Vh .San Francisco.. .Feb L'S .S.:ii Frani'wo . .. Fi '!' I'.i it Lnrline. . . . . it O.S.S. (iaelii". .San Franoi.-'i-o . . Mar U Inily ys f rrn(!.ii'. r.ai's (iii;j.-.t. i3.T,gs ri-:e. Mia. pks. Stmr J ns Makf e. . 'J;.?7 .... Schr MoiAa.bine lii'O .... fc'chr Lavinia.... Vf? .... j'Assj-.nc, i:r.s. AV.K1VMS: From Sydney per bark Fe'o. 7-MiWe- Mury and Ales M'Cli, Flanche Fril and Mrs Mouney. fcaWI a HI. 1MB I ! 1 II IIIIW The -dearrer W. (. Hail i due hi after- noon from Hawaii ami iaui. The IS. S. S. Vandalia, Captain Schoon juaker, s.dled February 7tii at noon for Samoa. T.rtt-h,irkeuti!iP S. . Wilder leaves to jr.orrow Ur im F rancisco with su&ar and pa.xseners. The Hawaiian si hooner Je.iiiie Walker n is due from san Franci.-co ei route to (.Jilbert Frauds. The bark D.itistore ud sail either to morrow ev if.ii or MonJay inorniag tcr rortiar.d, O regm t. The tern Do'ra Uluhiu was exntrted to sail ye.-teila from Mahukona, Hawaii, lor S.o; Futne'ieo, wilh M,gar. The schooner Moi Waaino mrivfd on Thursdas from llatnakn.' with sugar for the barkt ntine S. C Wilder, and will leave again to-day tor the s ime place. The Hawaiian bark W. P.. Coufiey.Capt. It. Habel. arrived February 7th, about ll lUys from San Francisco, with general merchandise, and is docked at Brewer's wharf. The American bark Aiex. McNeil, Capt. C. b. Friis, arrived FvV iuary 7th, tl2 days from Svdtiey, Australia, with l,W.i tons roal rries.srs. W. C. Irwin i'i Co. Sailed fromSvdnev December Sth.and had only three d'ays' fair we. .titer almost tl.e entire passage. Af'or the third day out, gales and htavy swells set n and lasted till thv?e islands were sighted. Passed round the souitiera point of New Zea'and. Crossed the equator January -Jd in longitude ltd ieg. Y The Alt x. McNeil is docked at the Fort strett wharf. lNtliee Cov.rt. On Wednesday Ah Titu was lined $10 and costs, ou a plea of guilty lor unlaw fully carrying a pistol. J. A. Magoon ior defendant. David Laika pleaded not guilty to assault and battery on John Cummings. J. A. Magoon for defendant. Fined $2 and $3.30 costs. Thomas l-.iird and Sam, drunk, $0 each. M.ur.g You, a Chinaman found w ithout excuse at night in Tho. Rawlins' yard, released from a t hargo of vagrancy. Julia de Sou.a, keeping a disorderly houe, was the h".-t case yesterday. David Da vton for fae defendant moved for her discharge, as she was arrested without a warrant. The motion was de nied, deiendant excepting. Found guilty on trial and sentenced to pay $100 tine and $1.30 costs. live Chinese arrested at Kama ier gaming, whose bail was reduced by the Coutt the previous day from $50 to $1.3 each, failed to appear when called and their bail was forfeited, $7.3 in all. One of the camo party was remanded and another released. Wui. Cramer and Redly, drunk, V each. Joe Dolan, assault an i battery on Mo lao, fined $1 and $3 coats. CIVIL CASKS. M. E. Silva vs. Ah Fat. Assumpsit for $2-3 on note. W. II. Sea for plaint ill; S. K. Kar.e for defendant. Judgment for plain till, expenses included, $30.!&. Apiea!.'d. Wm. S. Bohm vt,. J. A. Dower. As- Kvmtfsit for ''!'. . C Aclu tor plain- till. Dr?bnda;it makes counrcr uunn o, $13.7.3. Judgment 1 r plainthi' for $21 ..3; and charges nnkin- $27.2.3. Appealed. Ah Fat vs. L. s;iva. .vssumps.i fr.r $AX can: i.re hire. S. K fur Katie lor int. pliiniilT, v. II - - J doused, Judniciit lor defendant with charges Kino civil cass ccv. Tho btc-am tn Ooo. A.V. Trido, Jr., purchase.! in rimwk'lpliia by tbo SprockoLs for muvko ou U J'ranciaco bay. Las reached I 11 V F4a- LOCAL AND GENERAL. The Vandalia is off for trouble J Samcr. j - i Mr. William Fester issue. a card else- V where, as attorney-at-Iaw and notarv Miss Ackerrr.&n will deliver the ad vlre -h at the iJlue Ribbon League concert ; to-morrow evening. Look out for the Mariposa this after noon and treat your Colonial frkndd to seatd in the Opera House. Scats have begun to sell briskly at Mr. Levey's oilice for the cpeci'aitv Company's entertainment to-morrow eveninr. Members ot the .Scripture Union or any youth who would like to join, will please mcnt for a social hour at the Y. M. C. A. at 2:30 thi3 p. m. an Jos ie -viercnrv Fava tn.it nn r -. of the firm ot Varnpr & Swazev. who for. r'.-.r- ;ct3d tne tr.ountine work3 of th- m ' ' groat Lick Ob.srrvatory in California, will visit thu Hawaiian Islands during the coming ?prin. His Majesty haa received an autograph Jotter from the Chancellor of Switzer land, conveying the sad news of the death of the President of the Confedera tion. A translation in published in an other column bv the Foreign Oilice. Capt. C. S. Frii. of the bark Alex. McNeil, is accompanied on the round trip from San Frar.cNeo to Sydney and Honolulu by hbj two daughters, Misses Miiry and JJlanche. Mrs. Slooney, of Auckland, his hitcr-in-iaw, met them at Sydney and took passage hither. His Majesty the King has received an autograph litter from the Kaiperor Francis Joseph of Austria, very conlially acknowledging the receipt of felicitations upon the fortieth annivcrosry of II. I. A. .M.'r rei'irn. A translation of the letter is published ollieially in this paper. MORE EXHIBITS. i:i'h and Uare Ariieles of If.iwaiian Antij uity, Natural I'rotI uctiuit and Industry. Sugar, rice, etc., will be shown in the Faris e::bibit in neat boxes with sliding rpi -I, i i. t , unu.i. iiiciu iii ue a j'jiieiiuiu variety of Hawaiian fans, in peacock and pheasant feathers, mimosa, palms, corn husks, and other material, some of them unique in design and great beauty. Old Hawaiian books are to have a numerous representation. Mr. W. Hill gives complete hound vol umes of the Daily Bulletin from its .start, with instructions to present them to ! home European public library. There is a great variety ot necklaces and leis in shells, seeds, woods, etc., notably one owned bv an ancestor of the late Queen ! Fmuta. A very old and urrlv trod rets a free passage to the fashionable metro polis. The Wilder'3 and Inter-Island Steam Navigation Companies send beautiful albums with pictures of their steamers, the Marine Railway, scenery and shore resorts along the diffeient steamer routes. An ancient Hawaiian drum with sounding quality unimpaired among curios, samples of tobacco from Kona and Kau and taro flour, among products, will go. Mr. D. H. Hitchcock, Jr., sends only one panning a gem representing Ulih Fahs near ililo. Mr. A. Young contri butes line models of two cf hi3 patented K inventions ; aiso a series ot beautiiul pho tographs ot the Hcnelura Iron Works and productions, taken by Mr. Heide mur.n, an employee of the establishment. Mr, Lyons, oi the Government Survey, sends loans of the finest native woods. Since the above was written, Princess Liliuokaiam has contributed a superb collection of rich Hawaiian relics and curiosities. lntermedlarj Court. J L-dge Preston presided over the term of the Intermediary Court of Oahu yes terday. A nolle prosequi was entered and al lowed in the case of Moke, who appealed from conviction in the Police Court for assault and battery. W. li. Castle for prosecution ; S. K. Kane for defendant. The decision of the lower Court was affirmed in the appeal of Naoiwi from conviction of larceuy fourth degree, in the District Court oi Waialua. An ap peal to thfl Supreme Court in banco was noted, and defendant allowed to give bail in $100 for appearance. W. R. Castle for prosecution ; Cecil Brown for de fondant. I'ublic Concert. The Royal Hawaiian Band will give a public concert this (Friday) even ing at the Hawaiian Hotel at 7 :30. Fol lowing is the programme: 1. Overture Italian in Algier Rossini 2. Finale Riensi Wagner J. Scene and Air II Trofatore (new) .Verdi 4. Selection -Scotch Gassner Malanai. Malantalama. Lipolipo. 5. MedleyWar Recollection Beyer . Mazurka Emily tnew) Relle 7. Polka Amaeer (new) Godfrey 8. Watt Jubilant tnewj Fahrbach God save the Queen. Star Spangled Ban ner. Hawaii Ponoi. IIawaiir.li Hotel Arrivals. Wednesday Geo. W. Roby, Detroit; J. B. Roby, San Francisco; Jas. W. Bruce? England; T. Wattson Merrill, G. W. Baldwin, Boston; F. W. Metcalf, Erie, Pa. ; II. J. Park, New York; T. J. Cro?s and wife, Mrs. Annie A. Pratt, William li. Ellis, Signor Campobelio and wife, M. J. Flavin, wife and child, Jas. G. Spencer, wife and son (Hono lulu), San Francisco; John W. Perry, E. G. Blackmore, Sydney; Capt. II. C. Houdlette, S. S. Australia. Practical Talk." The next in th? series of "Practical Talks" to young men will be given by 1'rof. M. M. Scott in the Y. M. C. A. parlors at 7 rP.O this evening. Subject, "l'.ookr? and Reading." The subject is one of vital interest to the young, and the speaker is well qualified to dit-euss it practically and helpfully. Free to all men, strangers specially invited. Tiie law is supposed to be just. Down Kat a woman s husoanu, some time aTo. was kilied bv the cars and she re- reived j?3.wu. time wenc on ana a thoughtless millionaire piayed with her affections, and in s breach of premiss tl.e same court granted her live times the amount as a proper amount to soouie " i her aching heart. DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, FEBRUARY S, FIRST CAMPCJBELLO concert. The Signer Sinffs "With Vijor Miss tirace J'fM ter Capture Her Audience With "The iast Koee cf Summer." In the presence of His Majesty, Frin j cess Liliuokalani, Hon. John O. Domiuis j and a soraewhat limited, though to use a well worn expression, appreciative audi" ence, the artists who form the Campo bello Company mad their first appear ance last evening. It is to Lfe regretted that eo few of our musical friends thought proper to encourage by their presence, this excellent combination, and more especially io when such an opportunity is of rare occurrence. If, as we must hope fully assume, the absentees awa it a verdict as to the talent of the Campobelio Com pany, before entering into a solid and to the "company mere remunerative inter- course, then we nave no -ear out mat the result of toe enterprise will prove flattering to the manager and his friends, for we have no hesitation in earnestly recommending all lovers of good music to attend their future entertainments, for our verdict cannot be otherwise than in a high degree favorable. Signor Campobelio is in himself a host, his voice is as strong and clear and his training as palpable as ever. Ho rend ered hi3 music in a manly, straightfor ward manner, most especially the grand air Sorgeto and the scene from Don Fas quale. Miss Grace Porter has certainly found many admiiers. Her manner is truly graceful and her voice is remarkably strong and clear, especially in the higher register, and this is where she makes her bebt effects. The air from Roberto It Diavolo was as dramatic as her encore, The Last Rosd of Summer, was lovely, and in this latter beautiful ballad ehe showed a good school, as well as deep feeling. She was rapturously applauded at the close of the song. Mr. Thrower was in fine voice and was warmly ercored for his M'appari, and Mr. Theodor Schmidt, whilst somewhat nervous on his first number, recovered bis self possession in Vieuxtemp's Reverie. Mr. Ollert was recalled after his playing of SchulhofTs Valse, and gave us an admirable rendering of Du Larelei by "Seeling" in response. The concert was very successful from the beginning to the close, and the artistes certainly deserve a full house to listen to their second concert which takes place this evening. Mr. Henry Berger played the accompaniments in a masterly style and is deserving of all praise. A Daily News telegram from 33er lin says: la commenting upon the annual review of the yearly recruit meat of tho German array, -which is to be submitted to Parliament, the Treibniege Zeitung calculates that Gorman y has a war effective of i 3,513110 men, all of w hom have been I drilled in time of peace. Added to these there are the landstruin and tho second reserve, which would be called out in case of war. TO LET. fim THE TWO-STORY DWELLING situated on the east corner of Fort "4' and Reretania streets, lately occu pied by Dr. Day. For particulars inquire at the Hawaiian Business Agenev, or of Dr. Dav. 3i'-lm Administrator's Notice. rrtlli: UNDERSIGNED HAYING EE FN -- appointed suministrator of the estate of J. K. SPA PL DING, deceased, notice- is hereby given to all creditors of said estate to present tneir claims to tiie undersigned within six months of the date of publica tion of this notice, or they will he forever barred. WILLIAM U. SMITH, Administrator. Honolulu, Jan. 30,M8f9. 31-3t Cigars I Cigarettes 2 TOBACCO. Choice L.ott Just Itecelved by CHR. GERTZ, Fort Stiver, 119-tf Bet King and :r-hant. i Ten Dollars Reward. THE AEOVE KEWARD WILL EE PAID ON conviction of any p.rscn found stealing the Daily Apveptiset. or "Wee kly G-az.ette" irons the xtor or residence of subscribers. HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO. Hor-oluln. March SO. Planters' Montlilv ' For January, 1889. TABLE OF CONTEXTS : Suear Bounty on Beet Sugar "Willi our Headers Sorghum Snnr in the United Elates Electric Sugar Refining Leprosy in Hawaii and Louisiana New "Varieties of Sugar Cane Modern Sugar Mill Machinery Faets Wanted Regarding Diffusion Sugar Cane, an address by IIr. Soniat Dill'usion, by .J. 1. Baldwin Statistics of Cultivation of Sugar Diffusion in Brazil Orange Groves in Louisiana Demerara Sugar Progress Wasted Humus About Vanila Prevention of Orange Bust Sugar House Engineers German Millet Pineapples in Florida TERM? Yearly subscription. . . . Foreign " .... Bound Volumes ..f 2 50 3 00 4 00 Address: GVZKTTK PUBLISHING CO., Merchant St., Honolulu, dvtv. 2w FIRE DEPARTMENT. Tho Anniversary Celebration Tarade by the Krigade Companies Feast by Themselves. The regular meeting of the Board of Representatives of the Honolulu Fire Department wa3 held yesterday evening at the hall of the Mechanic Engine Com pany, Chief Engineer C. B. Wilson be ing in the chair. First Assistant Engin eer Asche and the following delegates were present: C. II. Clark, E. B. Thomas, M. K. Keohokalole, B. Orden stein, R. More, II. Kaia, D. Kalawaia, I. Sauza, A. Lucas, E. R. Ryan and about four others. Mr. Hear' Smith, the Secretary, was at his post. There were three appropriations made from the Sick Fund for the relief of An- tone James, member of Compan)' No. 1 ; Phil. Braun, member of Company Xo. 2, and Cack Jim, member of Company Xo. 5, who received serious injuries while on active duty, several of the members com menting on the gallant conduct of the in- jured members. Tho motion for the reconsideration of the resolution not to hold an an nual parade drill on February 12th was carried, and it was decided that tiie Fire Department shoula turn out on that occasion in uniform. Some of the delegates, in their brief remarks, wished to impress their fellow delegates with the treat importance of commemorating such an event in a very marked and becoming manner, as had always been done in former years, and they thought it would not be any credit to the Depart ment; if they let such a day pass unno ticed. In the discussion about having a ban quet, some said that the omission of "strong drinks" from the table would be a curtailment of some of their enjoy ment, lor, in their cpinion, without "spirits" they would lose much of their spirits and would not enjey the festival as they would otherwise. It was finally agreed that the entire Fire Department turn out at 2 p.m. Feb. 12th and parade through the principal streets, headed by the Royal Hawaiian Band, and as His Majesty the King has expressed his wish that the Fire Depart ment should visit him, the procession will march into the Palace and pay their respects. Each company will have a banquet by itself, instead of the joint picnic originally appointed to take the place of the parade. The ne w by-laws of the Department in harmony with the Legislative Act of 1S8S were adopted as a whole, and 1,000 copies ordered to be printed in pamphlet form. After tiansactir-g other minor mutters tho meeting adjourned. WILLIAM F0STEH, Attomfty-at-Law and Notary Public, HONOLULU. 34-2w 1257- Ira Booms to Let AT NO. 4 Honolulu. GARDEN STREET. 31-lm Notice of Removal. DR. DAY residence HAS REMOVED HIS to the Dickson Premises, No. S) Beretan'a street, onposite Garden L:i ;?, and his oliice to the eottsg ad- jommcr. 30-2-v DRESSMAKING. M' B.H. M. 2. OAMP'jFXL. HAS COMMENCED tb business of Presraaking, Cutting and Fitting. &t her ren5t!i?tice, No. 73 Beretaiiia street, opposite the Kcitl. The patronage of the ladies is respectfully 3olicited. S&iisfoctiou guaran teed. s3-tf 1213-ly .A. K. WEIE, YtrOULD RESPECTFULLY NOTIFY HIS n friends and the public generally tbat he has purcb.ied the Elaclihr.iith and Carriage tjhop j f.vrn-erly cecducted hj A. Jlorgan at Nos. 79 and hi) hiima tji carriage ranaiiug auu i nmm' vg, C.'MTiage and Heavy Wagon WorK and Generai blacksnaithing -with proiiiptneas and dispatch. .Satisfaction guar?ntti. 131-tf TO LET. THE STORES, Nos. S5 and 87 Kinjr street, next door to the cor. of Foil street, v.-ill be to Jet on the first dav of Mav next. a S?"Temis liberal. Inouir of 10-op.i HENRY WATER110USE. JSrOTICjH:. I LL PARTIES OWING TO W. S. LUCE up to Januc.ry 3t, ISS0, are hereby requested to make im mediate payment to" Mr. Frank Brown. Merchant street (formerly A. JI. liewett'.f ), who i authorized to receipt for ail eiorieys paid to him. J. F. JiACKFELD, J. DOTING, K. FOCKE. Assignees of W. S. Luce. Honolulu, Jan. 31. 2s-lm 12-5-lm TO PLANTERS! HAVING RECENTLY IMPROVED and strengthened our construction of 2-r.oller Mills, as also the slat feeding mechan ism for saiae -with very satisfactory results, are now prepared to contract for lhat class of machinery at short notice. We fcsv pattern? on hand for 40xCCin., S6s66in., SixCMii.. OOxCOin., 20x54in., 2x34' n. sizes of roller1!, steel shafting and sifel earicg throughout with any desired tj-pe of ecgi.ic, sr they can be driven fi-om engine In U33 on -.olI Mill, by compounding the same, thereby econoniiz.nj; stetta. Pesnlt i under equal conditions ,'uarariteed Fssrs- ! passed by any othlr construction or system of ! fp:edisg. J. N. S. WILLLVM3. Arrent 'Sisdon Iron and Locomotive Works. !C5Iii;i-tr San Franoigco. kpV HUr Si 3 1 H RKMEDY ie tl.o only ! is t-lectricitv ... ........ o w i n. m wye ' .... , KL-Tkic Thi's in tua wori.l. eaiupiurits mailed trf . I II- . T. C. 704 ia-'to St. San t'raQCisoo.C'!il. U.S.A. ... ffl as? AbsoiuteSv Pure. l"or quiet raising, the r.oyal Bating Powdpr is superior to ail other leavening acents. It is ab solutely pure and wholesome &nd of the highest leavening power. It is always uniform 1c strength and quality and nover fals to make light, sweet, most palatable and nutritive food. Bread, biscuits, muffins, cske. etc., raised vith ttoyal Baking Powder may be eaten hot witLout distressi-g results to the most delicate digestive organs. It will keep in any cliiuaU without deterioration. Prof. H. A. Mott, U. S. Government Chemist, after examining officially th principal baking powders of tha counrry, reported: "The Rovai Baking Ponder is absolutely pure, for I have so found it in many tests made both for that company and the United States Govern ment. "Because of the facilities that company hare for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent upon the proper proportions of the same, and the meihod of its preparaticu, the Royal Baking Powdr is un doubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder oilered to the public. "Db. henry a. mott, ru. d.,- 5 1221-ly D. S. Government Chemist. MARSHAL'S SALE. BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXE cution issued out of the Supreme Court on the 4th day cE February, A. D. 1889, against L. B. Kerr, defendant, in favor of J. S. Martin, plaintiff, for the sum of $1, 703.03, I have levied upon and shall expose for sale at the auction rooms of Jas. F. Morgan, in the District of Kona, Honolulu, Island of Oahu, at 12 o'clock noon of SATURDAY, the i)th flav of March, A. D. 188'J, to the highest bidder, all the right, title and interest of the said L. 1. Ilerr, defendant, in and to the following property, unless said judgment, interest, costs and my expenses oe previously paid. Ltst of property lor sale: 9 Cases of Tailors' Goods, 1 Case of Hats. 1 Case of rerfurner3r. Case of Rattons. Sufficient of the above property will be sold (subject to a niorcgage in favor of W. G. irwin & Co.), to satisfv said execution. JNO. li, SOPFK. Marshal. Honolulu, Feb. 5. 1889. ai-tf TN JUSTICE TO MYSELF, THAT I mav not be placed in a wrong light be fore the public, I wish to state that, in the case of Martin against myself, plaintiff's counsel, for reasons best known to him self, has insisted (as he might under the technicalities of the law) upon the Mar shal's levying upon and advertising for sale a portion of my goods under a writ of execution, although well knowinsr that all further prcceeding3 on said writ will be stayed in ten days from Tuesday, the 5th instant, inasmuch as my counsel assigned error, tendered error bond of security and served notice on plaintiffs counsel on that day, and a writ of error will issue ten days thereafter which by law stays execution, and &! though my counsel to secure the plaintiff meanwhile has offered to deposit with idie Marshal a sum of money more than surhcient to cover the judgment in cluding interest and costs of suit. L. B. KERR. Honolulu, Feb. G, 1SS9. 33-8t Election of Officers, AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF stockholders of C. Brewer Sc Company, L'd., held this day, the following persons were duly elected officers of the Company for the ensuing year: President & Manager. . P C. Jones Secretary & Treasurer. J. O. Carter Auditor Col. V. F. Allen dirkctoes : Hon. C. R. Bishop, Hon. II. "Waterhouse, and Mr. S. C. Allen. J. O. CARTER. Sec'y. C. Brewer Sc Co., L'd. Honolulu, Feb. 6. 1889. 33-lm JAMES CAKTY Can ba lound D6xt door to the P. C. A. Office, Merchant Street. Hacks 1, os. 18, 37, 06, 75, 180 AN'D WAGONETTE 11 C. 2T Bil Telephone 204, Mutual 530. 2u3-tf HARRY'S LUNCH R00ILS HOTEL STREET. Open all Night! Meals at all Hours. Keeps the Best CofTee, Tea anil Choco late to ls had in tiie City." Musli snd Milk every morning. A Chakgb of Dinner Every Day! lr-vtr Oceanic Steamship Co. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. Th Al steamship 66 JTJ S T RALIA, 99 Will lfave Honolulu for the uboe port on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 188'.), Ai Xoon. tSTToz Fi-eisht or Papsage apply to WAI. G. IRWIX & CO., lO Aeit. 18S9. drurlistsiints. jB.lT.ElI-XLlIljRS &d Co., HAVING TAKEN STOCK, A HE OFFERING All Goods at Greatly It educed Prices. SPECIAL BARGAINS OF REMNANTS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. JUST RECEIVED A TKESH LOT OF DIAMOND DYE BLACK HOSE. 1-tf HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY, Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. GENER AL AGrElSTTS, EXPERT ACCOUiN TLISTTS AlSriD COLLECTORS, REAL ESTATE, FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS, CUSTOM HOUSE, LOAN AND EXCHANGE BROKERS. o Departments of .Business : Books and Accounts accurately kept and properly adjusted. Collections will receive special attention and returns promptly made. Conveyancing a Specialty. Records searched and correct Abstracts of. Titles furnished Legal Documknts and Fapeks of every description carefully drawn and h-uidooim ly engrossed. Copying and Translating in all languages in general use in this Kingdom. Real Estate bought and sold. Taxes paid and Property .safely insured. Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leased and rented, and reuts collected. Fire and Lifk 1n?cbancc effected in iirst-class Insurance Compr.niej. Custom House Business transacted with accuracy and dispatch. Loans Negotiated at Favorablb Kates. Advertisements and Schscsiptions solicited for Publishers. Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished. Any Article Purchased or sold on coinmissioa. Inter-Island Orders will receive particular attention. ALL BUSINESS ENTRUSTED TO OUR CARE "WILL RECEIVE PROMPT AND FAITHFUL ATTENTION AT MODERATE CHARGES. Having had an extensive business experience for over twenty-five years in New York City and elsewhere, we feel competent to attend to all ImsincRa -f an intricate and complicated nature, or requiring tact and ditcreti n, and respectfully solicit a trial. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY. gZT Bell Telephone No. 274. 29 ll'50-lf Pioneer Sliirt Factory, of Honolulu. ISTo. 17 Enima Street. o The undersigned begs to Inform the pnbllo of these Island that he ? uak!u( Shlrta by measurement. Dlrtctlous for sfclf-measuroment will b glvu on kiv.ltc:-iU-n. White Shirts, Over Shirts and Night Gowns. A fit guaranteed by making a sample feu'rt to every order. Ial&nA orders gllcltd. o tW Bell Telephone 41Q. IMITATION GIN. It having come to our notice, that an inferior quality of Gin, purporting to be J. J. Melchers "Elephant" Brand, is being offered for sale in this market, we have to Caixtioxi tiie PubQc That vre are the Sole Agents in the Hawaiian Isl ands, for the said Brand, and that every genuine bottle bears our " Sole Agency " label. W. C. PEACOCK & Co., Sole Agents for J. J. Melchera' Schiedam, V. Z. 04 1235 GEO. W. LINCOLN, rpiIE WELL-KNOWN BUILDER, IS STILL IN TIIE FIELD AS A CON JL tractor, and i3 now better prepared to do any and all kinds of work appertaining to contracting or any other cla.SH of work belonging to hb trade, in the same good and workmanlike manner as heretofore; having curtailed my hoj expenses &nd 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. 1 am enabled to do the same at verv low rates, to suit the extremely dull times, and at the same timo bearing in mind tbat what is worth doing at all is worth doini; well. Thanking the I 65 "W YET I-I ' S LIQUID MALT '-EXTRACT Contains all the nutritive Virtues of tb.3 best Malt Liquors while it is FREE from all stimulating effects. NOT .A. BEVERAGE. The following analysis the proportion of alcohol in the Malt Extract p. Com pared with Malt Liquors: Alcohol. FJiarf;;e Water. English small beer 3.2 2.4 94.4 Lager beer (Brooklyn) 2.3 j 2.8 S4.4 Malt extract (Wyeth's) 2.54 U.O S2.4G The Manufacturers, Messhs. Lxo. Wyetii & B?.o., Phil., have appc-iated BENSON, SMITH & COMPANY, l-3ax SOLE AGENTS FOR TIIE II AWN ISLANDS. M. MELLIS. 104 - rttn public for past favors, remain respcctfullv yours, GEO! W. LINCOLN. raibO