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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER - FEBRUARY 19, 1889.
Ml .Un Clutljoritn. Will bo rrveivo 1 at tho O:l'u'o of the Board of Houllh until SAll UDAY, l-Vhru.iry 23, ls;, at 1J tYKrk ti,...n, Tor the a.ldi tion to aiid rr;air on ;i hiiiMin on ih--QtiHr.lntinc iroui).!. at Mauliola, Hono lulu. l'lans an.l .'( ideations may he seen nt tjp Ofluv of tin-Supi rintt iuit nt ol TuMi--Works. The Foanl dors not Mud itilf to invent the lowest or uny liil. r.. ASHLEY, Secretary. Honolulu, Toh. 1, 4J '.t Jealel Teu.ler Will be nceivcl t the Oili.-e of tho H.v.r.l of Health until Tl'lDAY, February - '. at 12 o'clock noon, for the erection of h bnil.r.n t, bo u-eil as the ('.ovarii merit Di'ij'cn.iry in Honolulu. Plan" ami eei(ieations may be seen at the ()i!iee if the Siineriuleinh nt of FuMu Works. The Foard does not bind itself to accej t the lowest or any bid. V. (. ASHLEY. Secretary. Honolulu, Feb. 1. lisSO. -i'2-t Sclioitl Hommo Temloro. Tenders will be received at the i flioe of the loard of Education for the i-or.st ruc tion, including material. ;iiiitinj. height, cartage, etc., of .school hous . and addi tions, at the undernamed nlaee: Fokt Sttkv.t School. Honolulu, an addi tion, -JilMMxl-J feet ; until VK1S FSDAY, the :th of March next. At W'aikah", Mail, a Incise "20x10x12 feet, with two rooms; until WKl'XKS 1AY, the 2oth of .March next. At Il.vor, II an a. MAfi.a house 2t'x 10x12 feet, with two rooms; until VFiNI D YY, the -Mill of March. At lY.Kit, W.wmea, Katai, a house 2ox 20x10, with veranda; until the 20th oi March next. Plans and specifications of the houses for Waikspu, and Haou. on Maui, rya be peon at A. Karnes', Wailuku, and at J. (inmwal.l's, liana, and for Pokii, Kauai, at T. II. iib-on's, Wainiea, Kauai. Plans and specifications of ALL these houses may aNo be seen at the Oiliee ol the lVard oi Kdu ition where any other information may be obtained. Fy ordt-r of the P.o.ird of Education. W. J AS. SMITH. Secretary. Education Othce, Feb. IS. isso. 42 12oS-2t In the Supreme) Court of the Hawaiian 1jnlM. Order. ly virtue of the power vested in me by the Sl2d Section of the Civil Code, I hereby order a Specir.l Term of the Supreme Court to be held in the Court Koo.n of Aiiiolani Hale. on MONPAY, the 11th day of March, A. I. 1SS0, at 10 o'clock a.m., for the hearing of Panco Cases only. Witness my hand and the Seal oi the Supreme Court, at Hono L. s. lulu, this 1 1 tli day of February. A. 1. 1SSD. a. f. jfi:. Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Attest: Henkv Smith, 40-ot Orrk. Irrict'" Notice. Holders of water privileges are hereby notified that the hours for using water for irrigating purposes are from i' o'clock to o'clock a. in., and from 4 o'clock to o'clock p. m. AH those found violating the above notice will be liable to have their privileges cut otV without further notice. CHAS. Ik WILSON. Sup. Honolulu Water Works. Honolulu. Feb. o. 1SS:. :r-2.v THE DAILY" Pacific CcMsrcial Advertiser Pe Just arsl fear not: Let all t):e emla th .m .tim'st ai le Tliy Country's, thy iKvl's, ami Truth's. Tl'KsDAY, : FF.FKUAKY 10, 1S0. ; C0KKESF0NDENCE. W ,!, not liot.l oii'!t ve r-ivn;Me for tl j ti hin:t ii:v.1p, or ri;i;ioasi e irtxril t y our , orroiouJi)ta. ! l.ettrr t'rmii Ml A. Aciirrmtu. 1M ii. F.otrou: Dear Sir, -From time to time I have noted in your paper generous accounts of our temperance meetings and the work we have been trying to do, and send this line, not only to express tho highest apprecia tion of your kindness but alsv the sincere thanks of Jv.th oar society and i iseif, personally. Wlule tho press may not always agree wit ti our particular views wo are very ghul you recognize our ob ject to make women and men better and elevate tho moral tone of society so bo assured of our appreciation and in my long journey .around the world, I shall always dwell with pleasure upon my visit to your city and feel grateful for the support of the press and moral living portion of the eoniinnnitv. Sincerely yours, tHsslK A. AcKKKMW World's Missionary for Y. C. T. V. THE SAMOAX SITUATION A Determined Attitude Taken in tho United States. IllSMAKCK. KACKS 1MV X. From Pur San Franeisco Correspondent, Tho iioavs of a eontinuanco of tho ("Jorni'in cMitrao- in Samoa has civaknl a oi;oral cr.tory frora ono oinl of iho Unitod Slates to tho other. Trinco llismarck, in an oflicial dis fiatrli to S.-orvtary iayarl, statod that, tho Santoans had made '"an nn Irnokod attack undor tho loador ship of an Ann rican namod Kloin"' U'on tlio Satnuans. Bismarck then slatod that "v,o shall carrv on tho oc:iiJ.o.-t thich has boon forced npon us." On Fohraarv 1st, tho dav that tuuvs of martial 1 aw at Samoa caruo from Auckland, tho following tole gram was rocoivod, at tho State Do pirinir:,:, from Berlin: "Prince liismarck is of tho opinion that our military authority has gone too far in this instance, the military com mander has received telegraphic orders to withdraw this part of his prov'lamatioti concerning foreigners. In negotiating with Mataafa our Con Ji ,u i7.i.uv.t ii;.-. ii.iKeil mat tli-ttdni.iii-trtit.on of the inlands t?f Sa n:oa uii-ht be temporarily handed ovir Jt him, which demand not being in conformity to our previous promises regaiding neutrality and independence of Samoa, Mr. Knap-, the German Consul at Sh imi.'i.' has been ordered by telegraph to withdraw immediately his de mand. " On February 4th the Department of State received from liismarck v. proposition for a cntin tauee of tht conference held in Washington in t iie sessions'to e hold in ler lin. Tit is proposition -c.s pr'-od to In the Ifoe.se the sum of ?100.000 w;is r.p-propriated for the establish meut oi' a coaling station at Pango Pan go. The U. S. S. "Mohican sailed for Samoa, via Panama, on February f)t h. The Xavy Department is nego tiating for the immediate shipment of Ik'JoO ions of coal to Pan go Pango liavhor, tle exclusive use of which belongs to tho United States. On Fein-nary 'Jd Consul-General So wall had made preparations to leave for Samoa by the Alameda, when he was rotitied by the State Department to delay his departure. On February 7th he was notitied that his resignation would be accept able on the ground that his views were not in harmony' with those of the Administration. Mr. Sewail stated that he regretted this because the Germans in Samoa had stated that they had power enough to effect his removal, and he was now afraid that the Samoans would be lieve that Germany could control America. The reason for this action w;is on account of the testimony Mr. Sewail gave before tho Senate Com mittee on Foreign Isolations. Ho was under oath to tell all ho knew, and did so. Mr. Sewail, in an inter view, said: "I believe that the de position of Malietoa was determined upon before the conference of the Powers began and that it was the German intention to carry out the policy it had decided upon regard less of that conference. The pur pose of Germany is to secure con trol of Samoa in defiance of the sol emn and repeated assurances it had given our Government. "Furthermore, I believe that Lord Salisbury is a parly to this scheme and that the movement against Sa moa is only the precursor of an Anglo-German attempt to secure supremacy in the Hawaiian Islands." Tli is lust opinion of Mr. Se wall's is shared by a great many leading statesmen in the United States. Corral General Sewail retires with the sympathy and good will of nine rentlis of the American people. Sen ator Frye in the Senate said: "Let me tell 'the Senators that they have in the committee the testimony of Consv.l-Vreneral Sewail, and while he is a Democrat and without political sympathy with me. or I with him. I will say no has acted his part in Sa moa with tin intelligence that is seldom exhibited by American Con suls abroad, and with fidelity to his people, and to the obligations of his country to these confiding native S.i moans, worthy of very high praise. I know of no man in the United States to day to whom I would in trust the interest of the United S:aies in Samoa with more eonfi donco than 1 would to Copsrd-Gen-eral Sewisll, and I hope when the admini-Tatioii changes, if he is still in office, the administration will per mit him to remain there." On Ffbrnarv ih. the President transmitted to Congress the pro- ..ai o iji-r.i;.n il tor a reumittion of th- conference on the basis of native Independence, and equality" of right among the treaty powers, and the Prei tent's, response. Secretary Bayard says the governments of Ger.ia:;y and Greitt Britain have consented to the publication of the protocols of the la: convention. In his acceptance of Bismarck's pro posal ti i :.rd requests a trace, and that Ger.nan ofiicors rt Samoa be di rected to cear-e belligerent opera tions, pending a decision of the con ference. I ;;e r.ows oi Sn'wa.t s recai was reeeied with intetcv satisfaction in Borhm where the pros urged also tho recall of tho Englih Consul ut Sam -r. Considerable disgr.st is felt over the fact that the American representa tive at the Berlin conference is to be a secretary of the American lega tion. Mr. Chapman Coleman. The House of Representatives has accepted a Senate amendment of So(HkOiH) for maintaining American ' rights in Samoa. This sum is voted in addition to the S100,(X)0 for Pango Pango harbor. The publication of further official documents tends to show that Ma lietoa was deceived, by the United States Government, and that Secre tary Bayard has blundered through out and played into tho hands of the Germans. Owing to tho fact that the Ger mans announced their intention of searching vessels of all nationalities that arrived at Samoa, the Alameda will not take any cargo for the Islands and has refused to carry guns and supplies of ammunition. It is now stated that Minister Pen dleton will preside at the conference in Berlin. OUR SAN FRANCISCO LETTER. San l ianrisoo, llruarj 11, per S. S. All n tried a. (1 rom our Sjwlftl rorios-o:ident. Tho Alameda has been detained for two days owing to the late ar rival of the S. S. Aurania at New York. S u gar News. There ave no changes to report in tho sugar market for either raws or refined, the former being quoted at 5 0-10 cents for 1V degrees, and gran ulatod in San Francisco at cents. Tho Pacific Coast Sugar Company of Alvarado has levied an assessment of 5 per share for the purpose of extending its works. Mr. Burr, late Superintendent of the American Re finery, was negotir tmg for the pnr chaso of this beet factory. Legislation against Trusts is being agitated throegh various State Leg islatures, In Congress a clause has been inserted in the Trust Bill which inflicts a penalty upon all officers of Trusts, and provides for the punish ment of those who are connected with Trusts even if they live in foreign countries. Clans Sprockels returned from the East on February 1st, and leaves for Honolulu by the Alameda for a rest from business. Tnere is a bill before Congress providing for the Gstablishmeut ot schools tor tho instruction of stu dents in the various processes of manufacturing raw sugar, the school to bo under the control of the Com missioner of Agriculture. It. B. Mitchell, attorney employed by tho Tammany Society in the suit against tho American KeSnery, has reported to the Society that the case will be at issue in a few days and that the people are ready for trial. Tho suit will be pressed at the earl iest possible date. Hawaiian Commercial Company's stock has declined a little owing to the effect of the Senate Tariff bill, and is now quoted at $32 asked with nothing bid. American A flairs. There has been a strike on the Brooklyn and New Y'ork street cars, which was won by the companies. A large fire at Buffalo, N. Y., de stroyed seven blocks and :!.0!X.000 worth of property. J. A. Moore, the insurance em bezzler, has gone to Canada. The frauds of County Clerk Sullivan, of Indianapolis, exceed S100.000. He robbed his friends, widows, orphans and everybody with whom he came in contact. Mrs. Matilda Griswold Freling hnysen. the widow of Frederick T. Frelinghuysen, President Arthur's Secretary of State, died at her home. Park place, Newark, N. J. Mrs. John L. Sullivan, legal wife of the prize-fighter, after listening to tho persuasive eloquence of Captain Rowland of the Salvation Army, has become a convert. A. S. Cookin. cashier of the Man hattan Elevated Railway Company, has gone to Canada with S50.UO0 to $75 U00 o:! the funds of the company. Dr. Morrow of New York is in San Francisco investigating leprosy, and he will visit the Hawaiian Is lands for the Fame purpose. The Thurlow gun, cast by the Standard Steel Casting Company of Thurlow, Pa., stood the Government test at the naval proving grounds. Twelve rounds were fired, two of thirty-six pounds of powder with a shelf of 100 pounds; two of forty eight and one-half pounds of powder and 100 pounds of shell. The gun is 145 inches in length, of six-inch bore and llM25 pound? in weight. The company will receive t'oH.ObO from the Government. Earthquakes have been felt at Colton, San Bernardino, Los Ange les in California, and Charleston in South Carolina. The Pacific Guano Company of Massachusetts has faded with a shortage of $1,000,000. The War Cloud. Stanhope. Secretary of State for Ywir, addressed a meeting in Lin colnshire and said a thundercloud was bringing over Eirope and that sooner or later it would burst, bring ing the fiercest and most horrioie war ever known. It was impossible io view the preparations for war now being made throughout Europe with out feeling that war was approach ing. He hoped, however, that the wisdom of England's statesmen would prevent that nation from be coming involved. At Berhn, the Emperor and Prince Bismarck have held long conferenc-s with Lord Charles B rest ed. Dur ing the interview tli conversation turned upon England's preparations for war a.ralnst the combined ? av-l forces of France and Russsa. Prir.ce Bismarck, it is reported, advised Lord Charles that an Anglo-French war was nearly as probable as one bet wee a Trance and Germany, and if the Boulanger clique saw the pos sibility of beating England by a snd d.m attack, they would prefer that risk to taking the chances of the ter rible results of a defeat by Germany. Prince Bismarck declared his ;-a I- iness to conclude a defensive alii idli- ) - ; ance with England. He told Beres-1 ! ford to strongly rep-resent to his ; I Government the urgent necessity ; that England should put her house ! in order. Fort-ijcn Affairs. j The New York Herald has pub lished a London edition. There was great excitement over its delivery on Sundav morning when every avail able hansom cab in London was used for its prompt distribution. An enormous edition was circulated. Prince Bismarck is said to be threatened with paralysis. An arti cle criticising him. published in the Contemporary Review;has been sup pressed in Ge rmany. A caucus to nominate Sir Charles Dilke for Alderman of London was met with a protest from 1.500 ladies of the Social Purity Society. His name was dropped. A bridge near Brussels collapsed in a railroad accident; fourteen per sms were killed and fifteen seriously injured. A bill lias been introduced iu the Reichstag for a German loan of 00,000,000 marks on account of the army, navy and state railways. The dissolution of the old Panama Canal Company has been decreed. England and Germany are said to have formed an alliance for the pro tection of northern seas and ports. The Ameer of Afghanistan has col lected 20,00;) men on the frontier with tho intention of pursuing Ikaah Khan. lie has made futile attempts to secure the co operation of the Ameer of Bokhara in a movement against Russia. Russia notified England that it was to tLe interest of both powers to prevent the Ameer from taking any precipitate steps. 'ihe West Moodies Gold and Fx- j ploratiou Company, a South African j entertaise, has failed. Stocks and I bonds were Honied and $oN0.000 paid j j for land wincu was reported to be fabulously ucti in metal, but, it now turns out tiiat not a single ounce oi gold has been discovered. A fire occurred in the military hos pital at Madrid, causing a panic but no loss of life. Pasteur -has discovered the germ of diphtheria, but has not et found an antidote. Rabbits have been killed by the virus. Europe has been visited by severe storms hiterrupf-i-ig all commuuica- 1 lions. At Derby J'"e Salvation Army ) I '-arracks were blown down and 1 burned. At Badsley, Yckshire, the spire of the Congregate ital Church was blown down. At Berlin there have been severe storm-, and three Heligoland pilots were drowned in the JSort h Sea. Ten thousand unemployed of the laboring class rioted in Rome. The. mob looted banks and shops, smashed windows and street lamps, and at tempted to build barricades to pro ct themselves agrinst the troops. In the tight that followed secies of rioters were wounded, and also a dozen policemen. The military was finally successful in dispersing the mob. The cause of the not is due to the recent activity of the Socialists who have been spreading their doc- trines among the la'ooriu classes, especially thos actually without wort. IVreiu Sliij;; inff San Fkancisco: Arrivals: Jan. 30, IT. is. S. Adams 1 ."."! da-;s from Hono lulu; Feb. 1, schr. Sailor Boy, 21 days from Mahukona; Feb. 2. bark Lady LampsoLi. 2;'d days from Hon olulu; Feb. 4, Haw. bark Fooling Suey. 12- days from Glasgow; Feb. 5. schr. Rosalind. 23 days, and schr. J. G. North. 20 davs from Kahului; Feb. b bark C. l). ihwemt. 2l days from Honolulu; Feb. 7. schr. W. S. Bowne, 1- djtvs" from Honolulu. I schr. lio.-ario. IS day. from Kahn j lui, schr. Ida Scorn. uer, 10 days ! from Muhukona: IVb. ts, Fri Con- sueio, 13 days, from Kahului, bri W. G. Irwin. !" days from Honolulu; Feb. 1). bark S momu. IS days from Honolulu. Departures: Jan. -9. S. S. Aus tralia for Honolulu: Feb. 2. brig; J. D. Snreekeis for Honolulu.- schr i Anna fcr Kahului; Feb. 7, bark Cey lon for Honolulu; Feb. iK brig L.r iine fur Hilo Xevvcastle. N. S. W.: Feb. 1st. Bktne R .i.t. Snddvn for Ivahului. ArcuLANn: Feb Sth. rf '.-.. i. .n- dia from Honolulu. Spiiri i:g N!c. Soarle. the Colonial oar de-S clines to rov- for the cuanijo!isliip ! of the world outside- oi Artraua. j Dempsey and MeCalYrey will meet j ! at the 'California Athletic Club in j San Francisco for a purse' of So.O'dO. ! The l.ao'oail team.- played a rarue j ; under the shadow of the -L-yptiau ' pyramids on Fel.-ruary VUh. They ! ! play in Kome on February 24th. 1 J.-.hn M. Vv'.rd tehraphs io the 1 World on Tel,. 2d :on 1 1 d 1 r.i tivch'.v. i t t . . . v v k j ::raey from Co- i sturiur- ten dr.v.s 7v.' loLubo. o'.vinir to rionso :U derLi- Uii t;e nieiiiher? aui- from so iis.c i. ess. ye: ai re in esic-.'il-.-iit 1 1 .IVii I v e ic-ave tu I :1. )?' - :' e for St:c-z a arrive on ; aiid Coiir. . ij-.Mf ve nxt. v iue at we ! i ii or. tiii border - ithi u of ti :an desert. 1 v ar Is . f thr- r-y-e oi -apo:eor. s Asi-th. f C.I1K' T . it Pyraaid down ia for: centuries vi:i ivOiC ttdini ration on t iie A :n eric base'. -ail C.-.iro .ve vili cc i ... 1 of tiie ,,1 i . r?cr to flari.-.. i r c . t" O f-.-l l. ;.s Ji. i -v XV a:: . ..i'.'V.Oilli. i N rzi.v a r i:. cv r !'!.-., .-.ti rrr,":?-:. C-vl., n-hrrc contracts for a v:rtiiUj: c.n t-t- n.le for it. rasters. wial Credit Sale ! By order of Messrs. H. HACKFIlhb A CO.. I will sell at Public Auc tion, On Saturday, February 23, At 10 o'clock a. m. at my Salesroom?, tuec-n strett, tn a LIBERAL CREDIT TO THE TRADE ! a larsre assortment of New Goods, Comprising: Groceries I Sardines. Candles. Salt, Vinegar, VTas-h Blue, Olive Oil, Tears, Jam?, Chocolate, SOAPS, Etc., Etc. Bales of Wrapping Taper. Kindiers. Market aiivl Large Baskets, Demijohns, aG-S Rice B.'.it?, Sugar Bags, Tad civ Bags, S:sil Twine, GOLDEN SEAL TOBACCO, Just Ar rived'. Also, i i iV 13 AVA Tl E O.n'v. Backets and Tubs. Saucepan EN AM ML ED WAKE, W'ire Nails"" Cane Knives, Iron hecbteacis, etc. ' Abo, a small invoice of Crockery &. Glassware 3"Ternis Lil-.t-ral. 43"tl1 AfcTIdStEK, For VokolbTiid riGiiukono The Nippon Vusen R.aiha'K Xen ami Fi::e A 1 Stetl Staiasliij " Omi Mara " CoNT.i Conmi'Oider, Will leave for the nbove a be X on or AJaixjla 7. 1SS9. 3? For terms of Freight or Passage. Slaving superior cabin ami strer::e ac-c-omiuoJd dons, anply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., 3o-tl AGENTS. Boundary Ccmmissicn Notice ! A PFLICATION HAVING BEEN M ADE -Tjl. for ihf settlement of the houiidaries cf Uic- lands of N.iiwa. Kahnnui, Kipn. Hoii. M in;:wH'nui and Makap.iiki, on the IshmJ of Moitstai. Kli pcrtit's interested in s:-ml j i:uk1 or lands acljv'itiitic same are htrehv i untitled that TJ1CR.SDAY. February lS. ! ISS.'.i, at 12 o'clock noon at the Court Hnost ' in the town of La-baina, Maui, is the time ! a;i'! jth-ice set for liariiiii proofs of eurvt-y ! f s.iid Ian:., and any oL-jt-ctions tLerfto. " ! SAMUEL F. CHILLING WOK Til. ! Comiissi-.iier of BouudHnes Second Jcdi- j cm! t:ircait. 12"7-2v d-Ct i EAGLE HOUSE NUUANF STREET. This First -elass ramily Hoiel, haviLii: just fh-iiifpu hanus. ha? bee u tlioroujrhlv reno'.ii'i!, totether will) ' the KAi'JINA l'ULMI-KS in, attach-c:, j and 16 prepared to receiTe jpeM9 j By the Day, Week cr Eonth At Kcasonalle IlatoK. I TABLE UNPUK PASSED. Tranr-it-nt pr.esis wili f.ud every arconiTn xlatiou, u j lae where all the comfwrtfi of a L-.une cac he ot tuicsd. THUS. KKOUSE, Feop. non.nnlu, II. I. i5f MARSHAL'S SALE. T Y VIKTIT- OF A WEIT OF LXE- 19 curi 'ii i-Ufd o-.it ii the urtin? '.'curt -:i liit- -3 1 ti il iv o: FeL-ri:arv , A. J . 1 --;. ;ig;dn-t L. Ik Kerr. uf !.t, III tiiV'ir ,,J .1. 31 nrti n . T;;:::itn:. lor the !::ii o $1. .'it.'. i..tJl, n HIS -a.-JiV' .C , i i Uii - N u. i, , - ;' o; -dni. ;.i 12 ..i-.-s- h.-mm oi i. i I e hijher :--..ii.r. ;o. thi-tli.- -: i . I., i;. ; iu- U'.i -wizy-1 ' !- ' -r r-. . I'fc vrj'.l-iy pui i. r'-at Kerr , t-Oie i:;.: i:;tere-r deie:"i;i!:t. in :id rry. niiie-- -ai'i : i;;y X elic- - te . ! i'T- ! erty I r .-ai n i .- if Taiir" i. .i .:e of H-:t-. c--- of fVrfiiTperv. ..-e..f U'.ri :. 'X i'i !: :o-ove -. iii.-rtj-'.-.i'. W.l." .v Oi'. I. ! i -;-T.: JNO. I i 1 T , Ft IN .V I AT ' VA Ti.'cr th-:li- Mr.r- i::.;:-r a writ i: :m .wiiic thr.t writ vrili ) i:'.y. th? 5"h v that -CL..- t i: 'lay y- c x-!"-;;:i;.:;. ' v:rnrt tin- i!i.'!'"v n. re i i,.r:ii'T;t ir.- 'JV. : !.:'. ;c v- t T! :-.;i-iii".-h Tf'-.I i rn.r t i - i! i i:t:.r. i wt'i m;" rrri V ,;: i-r J: i;h t.:V V-.; v. T -rr r. ton . i - r- ' V .1 vr i . . . o M;.rh:.; a .:?:: .tiV-icii? t'i rovfT ti.e IIUlTO.-. itl'.U v'(J.-t.- '. .-lift. L. F. KI.r.R Honoluli:. Ft-b. n, 3--: Hawaiian Tramways Co. TI3IE TABLE: From Talama fer Kifle Range onl--o.GO a. in., and every hour until S.GO p.m. Last car 10.10 p. in. From Fa i. am a for Rifle Range and Waikiki 7.10 a. m. and every hoar un til 9.10 p. m. From Ritle Range for Falama 6 a. m., 7 a. m., and every half hour until O.CO p. in. Last cak 10.30 p. m. From AVaikiki lor Falama 7.10 a. m., and every halt hour until 10.10 p. m. Extra cars from Falama for Rifle Range 12 noon, 4 p.m., 5 p.m., ami from Rifle. Range at 12.30 p. m. SUNDAYS. First car from Falam v for Rifle Range only at 6.30 a. m. First car from Falama for "NVaikiki: at 7.10 a. m. First car from Va:kiki at S.10 a. m. First c.tr from Rifle Range at 7 a. m. no extra car at 12 noon, 4 p. m., o p. m. from Falama. lS7-tf On and after WEDNESDAY, the 20th biet., Curs wili run to and from Qa.hu College a; umler : v,:;;:k days. Leavi; Falama S. 20 a m, 0.20 a m, 2 p in, 4.20 p m, and S 40 p m. Lea vie Oahc College 7.50 a in, B.50 a m, 10.50 a m, 2.33 p m, and 6.50 p m. Sr.SDAYS. Leave Falama 12.12 p m, and S.40 P m. Leave Oahc College 9.20 a m, 10.20 a m, and 6.50 a m. Election of Officers. KT THE ANNEAL MEETING OF stockholders of C. brewer & Company, LL, held this d.-ty. the following persons y.ere duly elected officers of thu Company for the ensuing year: President & Manager. . P. C. Jones Secretary A: Treasurer. J. O. Carter Auditor! Col. YY. F. Allen directors : Hon. C. R. Bishop. Hon. II. Waterhouse, and Mr. jj. Allen. J. O. CA1VTER. Sec'y. C. Brewer & Co.. L'd. Honolulu. Feb. fi. 1 "0. 33 lm TO PLA5TEBS! HAVING RECENTLY IMPEOYED and strecjrthrEed our construction of 'J-EolU-r Mills, as &.lso the slat feedinj mechan ism fur siice v ith -very satislnctory rpyults, ire are low prepared to contract for that class of ru.v.-hinerv at short notica. "We haTe patterns on hand for 40xrn;si., :v.xf.rin., S.fl-ln.. 30x60in., t'xHir... 2Ci.D-4in. sizes of rollers, eteel ehaftinp E.nd stl gearing throughout -with any desired trpe of er.pine, or they can he driren from ei;i::re in use on 3-r.oll Mill, by compounding the Fame, thereby economizing steam. Besnlte nnder equal coxninnxs guaranteed rxsrB tassed auy other construction or system of FEEUISG. 3. Jy. S. Vs'ILLIAMS. Accnt T-iadon Iron ani noromotiTe Works, l?Cl'i45-tf Ran Francisco. iv-r. '.Lrnr.!C lRri6 tur-.vonj. t: Ji. K. t . ( o.7 X Sa-'rr. i. Su-i OT1M : Cs': IT S EURPJ.Y & LAFiLVS FLORIDA WATER The Universal Ferfunie For the Toilet, the F.3h r.nd the Har.J'kerthief. In view cf th? a!:rrnr-ts rr:av'.e recn:!y by sr:ne un-v.-rupulo cle-iitrr. tt t :i: i:r-n the public a w--rthlei ir;.i:.i:i.n. brannj the pri?.-ai f-a:-arj a; pc.rance ot the y-nuine. we call a:5er.;-n ta rise tli:inrsijh:rs" msrks o: the gcr.un e Nlvi.s.Y E Lankan TLOIIIDA TV AT EH. La'h b1-!::"; rf the criuine - - r- i 3"i:.t hrr- r.r it? neck the 1 race rp-.rs su-.n-,.-.e II! iiti ar.a -r. each ie of tht v.7Tr pr.'i :, V.L-V. is -r ar--i:r.d it. pppears i- ftint ;er Cia:!k itticri the wo;js LAN MAX & KF.M?, KFW Y.-'SK. If either !' lackincr rejeot tlie urti If Ha uriuuii. 1 1 I0TTNTG & SCH3IIDT 3 V-'jis'eititt Agmit rsn Francisco, Cal .V V 4 )V . i v V 113 1240-lj titrnsfsiwts. Manhattan Life IjSTSXJEjNTCE CO. Of "ew York. Established 1850. This old Company now offers to the In suring Fublic its new Survirorsbfp Dividend Plan Which aiTords all the advantages of Life Insurance during the earlier years of life, and at the same time makes a provision for old age, as the Folicy-holder can sur render lii Policy at the end of the Sur vivorship Dividend Period and receive its Ft ix Value ix Cash thus combin ing Investment and Protection. Z.zJ Any information cheerfully fur nished. JOHN II. PATY, Asrent. 20 1250 The Ris-don Iron and Locomotive Works, Corner of Beal and Howard Streets, San Francisco California W. n. TAYLOR.. R. S. XZOUiiE.... ....rrt6ldent feuixu-inieadsnt Buu-DESS of Steam Machinery In ail its branches. Steamboat, Steaiusblp. Land Engines & Boilers, Klh 1'ressuxe 01 Compound. STEAM VESSELS of all kinds built comp-lete, with bulls ot wood, iron or composite. ORDINARY ENvilXES compounded hn ad isable. STEAM LAUNCHES, Iiartres and Steam Tugs con structed with reference to tLe trade in which they are to be caij loyrd. Speed, tonnage and draUol' watrr gnaxaineed. SUGAR MILLS and Suirar Making Blactlnery made aftei tiie most approred plaus. Also, all toiler Iron Work connected therewith. WATER PIPE, of Boiler or Sheet Iron, of anr size, uutde 1 u suitaMe lengths for con necting tofft thfr, or Sheets roiled, punched and packed for shipment, ready to b riveted the ground. HYDRAULIC RIVETING, Poller Work and Water Pipes made by this ecti.bligLmcnt. riveted by hyarau lie riveting machinery, that qaiallty sf wori being far superior to ha:id work. SHIP WORK, Ship and Steam Ca;tans, Steam "Winches. Air and CircuJating Pumps, made after the most approved plans. SOLE Agents and manufacturers for the Paclfte Coast of the Home Safety Loiler. PUMPS rirect Acting Pumps for Irrigation or city works' purposes, built with the celebrated Uavy Valve ilouon, superior to any other pump. J. X. S. Williams Honolulu Room No. 2, upstairs, Sprecktls Block. 3-3m Agent fer the Eawn. Islands. JUST ARRIVED Habana Cigars, Bavarian Beer, of the HacLerbran Frew-err, Ifunchen; StrassLnrg Beer, Flenslinrg Beer, Double Extra Stout BotUed by M.B. Fo?tr & 5or.s, London; Freneli Clarets. ! superior qnnlities ; Gorman Preserves. in tin?. czr- FDR SALE JBY Ed. lloffschlaeser iT Co.. XINS AND P ETHEL STRUTS. FOR SALE. Island -bred Mules! Broken and unbroken; Superior Durliain and Hereford Bulls; Thoroughbred JFF.SEY COWS, One Tory r.-f bre JP.R5F.Y (Mre hnr; bo:h rfptrred); ! 33 o s iz Mi, j v.Tri;-,jrc ami JvuU'.le. i i i Stallion "Billy Vernon" F Ti. FIHKK, At H?,, A o p,;hop ,t Co. 1 4: -V -1 X Cl-im Ik" 5t