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PORT OF HONOLULU. H. 1.
Tllen, Sun anl Moon.
BY C. J. LVON8.
12 ll. 2J lO.w
5.56 a. ni
13 in. 11.20
14 0.10 p. in.
15 1.00 0.30
IH l.0 1.20
7.301 8.00! 6.
The whistle of the Honolulu Steam IManlr.a
Mill in blown daily by electric signal froui the
Survey offlce precUely at Honolulu mean noon.
It Bounds again at 28 niln. 33 nee. past 1 o'clock
p. in. of Honolulu mean time, to correspond
with 12b. Oiu. 08. as Riven by chronometers set
xor ureenwicn juean time. This laitt is especi
ally for the benefit of mariners and jeweler.
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Sun.. 2 30.02 29.95 72 81 0.04 85 7 sw 2
Mon.. 3 30.03, 29. HH 71 81 0 0l Mi 3 hw 2
Taen. 4 30.13 30.06 H 74 0.1'. 83 '. n.nk 1
Wed.. 5j30.1 30.0T. 67 81 0.03 85 3 NK 1
Thnr. ..TO. 14 30.07 69 79 0.00 68 3 NE 3
Frl.... 7j.TO.17 30.09 71 7H 0.00 6.1 3 Nr. 3
Hat... 8 30. iaj3Q.lt 72 77 0.00 66 1 NE 3
Thursday, Feb. 13.
Stmr Iwalaui, Weir, front Hamakua.
Stmr James Makee. Macaulav, from
Stmr Lehua. Clark, from Hamakua,
Stmr Kwa from Ewa. .
Stmr Kaata, llagland, from Laie.
Schr Mokuola from Ewa.
Thursday, Feb. 13.
Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, for Molokai,
Laliaina, Olowalu and Lanai.
.Stmr Tele, S my the, for Laliaina, Ku
kuihaele and Kukaiau.
Stmr Jas Makee, Macauley, for Kapaa.
Schr Mille Morris for Koolau.
Schr Mary E Foster for Kauai.
VKSSEL.S LKAVINO TO-DAY.
SS Australia, Houdlette, for .San Fran
cisco at 12 m.
Am bk 8 0 Allen, Thompson, for San
Francisco at 10 a m.
Stmr V G Hall. Freeman, for Laliaina,
Maalaea, Kona, Kau and Volcano at 10
Stmr C ll Bishop, Le Claire, for Waia
nac, Waialua, Mokuleia and Kooiau at
9 a m.
VKSSELS IN I'OKT.
II B M S Champion, St. Clair, Esquimault
IT S S Nipsic, Lyons, Maui.
II S S Mohican, Coghlan, Hi!o, Hawaii.
S S Australia, Houdlette, San Francisco.
Am schr Olga, Kodin, San Francisco.
Bk Lady Lampson, Sodergren, San Fran
cisco. Bk Forest Queen, Winding, from San
Bk Andrew Welch, Marston, Newcastle.
Am sh Merom, Glover, from Newcastle.
BkH Hackfeld.Wolters, from Liverpool.
Am bk O 1) Bryant, J acobsen, S Francisco.
Am bktne John Smith, Rustler, Newcastle,
N S W.
Haw brgt G H Douglass, A Jacobsen, S F.
Am bk Hesper, Ryder, Sydney, N S W.
Bk Alex McNeil, Friis, Newcastle.
Am bktne Irmgard, Paul, Fort Townsend.
Ship Deanfield, Irvine, Liverpool.
VKSSELS EX PKCTKIK
Bk J. I). Brewer. .
Bktne S(i Wilder.
Bk Enosi Talbot. . .
. . Feb G
. Feb 20
. Feb 18
.San r rancisco .
.San Francisco. .
.San Francisco. .
.San Francisco. .
.San Francisco. .
.San Francisco. .
Bk F S Thompson
Bk W B Godfrey.
Sch J G North....
S S Mariposa
Sch Excelsior ,
A Kill V A 1.8.
From Kauai, per stmr Jas Makee, Feb
13 E Hopke, C B Wells and 22 deck.
TSie Geo. II. Douglass will commence re
ceiving sugar on Monday.
The steamer James Makee brought 2,510
bags sugar for the S C. Allen Thursday
morning from Kauai.
The steamer Lehua brought 2,555 bags
sugar and 5 lepers from Hamakua. The
bark C. D. Bryant received the sugar.
The American bark S. C. Allen, Capt.
Thompson, sails to-day at 10 a. m. for San
Francisco with a cargo of about 19,183 bags
The schooner Mille Morris came off the
Marine Bailway Friday afternoon after re
ceiving repairs. She left for Koolau the
The steamer Iwalani brought 1,336 bags
sugar and DS barrels molasses from Hama
kua. The American four-masted schooner
Olga received the sugar.
TFCKEIl In San Franoico, January
20th, of Bright's disease, Capt. Henry
S.. husband of the late Henrietta S., and
father of Henry T.. Edwin W.. Joshua
D., John H. and Willard S. Tucker, a
native of Dartmouth, Mass., aged 72
vears, 2 months and 2 days.
w Line of Steamers.
The Mexican Government has just
approved a contract with Mr. Salvador
Malo for the establishment of a trans
pacific steamship line between ports on
the west coast of the republic and Asia
and alst along the coast to California.
The comjiany which Mr. Malo will form
is to be known as the "Asiatic Mexican
Maritime Company" and it is stated in
the contract that vessels are obliged to
make one round trip a year between
Mexico am' Asia with the privilege to
increase the trips as desired. The gov
ernment will receive privileges such as
the free carrying of mails, discount in
the carrying of troops and officials for
which privileges it agrees not to give
another concession lor a like steamship
company for a period of four ears. The
ships of the company will be free from
all taxes be they either federal or state,
it has the privilege to erect and equip
shipyards at two points designated and
ceded by the government on the Pacific
coast, all machinery and material for
them being admitted free of duty. The
company is also authorized to establish
a line of steamships between SalinaCruz
and San Francisco. Within eighteen
months from the date of the contract it is
obliged to establish a line of steamers
between Guaymas and Salina Cruz. The
coast line steamships of this company
will enjoy the same privileges that have
been heretofore granted to other Pacific
coast companies. Within four months
the concessionaire is obliged to deiosit
110,000 in Public Debt bonds as a guar-
antee of the Asiatic line and $5,000 for
le coast line.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tiiis is St. Valentine's dav.
La grippe has got hold of the news
The Band plays at the departure of the
The Up-town store have all kinds of
V ulontl'riAo fv. n..l..
Foreign mail closes at 11 o'clock this
. . : .1. it I a ir
morning at me 1 osiomce.
Quite a number of kamaainas leave
. - A. . A. 1
ou me steamer tins noon.
The Attorney-General is exacted back
from the Coast to-morrow.
Seven passengers leave on the W. G.
Hail this morning for the Volcano.
Mr. C. J. Hiram has been admitted as
a partner in the Hawaii Banana Co.
To all the passengers departing on the
Australia we wish a pleasant voyage.
The S. S. Mariposa :8 due to-morrow
from San Franci-co en route to the Col
onies. There will be a special meeting of the
Camera Club this evening at 7:30
The weather was very gloomy all of
yesterday. Toward evening it rained
Mr. John Dillon, M. P., and Sir Thos.
Esmonde, M. P., leave for San Francisco
on the Australia to-day.
Word was received through the Bell
Telephone last evening, that it was rain
ing very heavily at Koolau.
His Majesty and H. It. II. Princess
Liliuokalani take passage on the W. G.
Hall this morning for Hawaii.
The Australia sails at noon sham to
day with a full canro of domestic oroduce
and a large number of passengers.
William F. Allen will act under power
of attorney for Mr. C. A. Brown during
the latter s absence from the Kingdom.
Valentine social by the j'oung ladies of
the Y. W. C. T. U. this evening at the
Y. M. C. A. Hall at 7:30 o'elock. Ad
mission twentv-five cents.
Let your foreign mail to-day include a
copy of the Hawaiian Gazette which
gives a complete summary of local and
island news. Copies at this oihee and
The tourists to arrive here on the
Mariposa will remain on the Islands a
month. They will visit all the pomt9 of
interest in and around Honolulu, the
other islands and the Volcano.
A heavy down-pour of rain commenced
to fall last evening at 10:30 o'clock and
continued at intervals during the night.
From all appearances the rain seemed to
be general throughout this island.
Among the passengers leaving by the
S. S. Australia to-day is Mr. II. M.
Whitney, Manager of the Hawaiian
Gazette Co., who intends being absent
on business about a month? returning on
the S. S. Zealandia, leaving San Fran
cisco March 8th.
Mr. S. T. Browne, one of the popular
officers of the U. S. S. Nipsic, leaves
Honolulu to-day by the S. S. Australia,
to visit different cities in the United
States on private business. He will re
join the Nipsic in about two months in
Honolulu, or wherever she may be.
At a meeting of Mechanic Engine Co.
No. 2, held yesterday evening at their
hall, the following officers were elected
to serve for one year: Foreman, E. It.
Ryan; First Assistant Foreman, Jas.
Hunt; Second Assistant Foreman, Thos.
Matthews; Secretary, W. H. C. Greig.
The election of a treasurer was deferred
for a month.
A very pleasant social and dance was
given last evening at the residence of
Mr. Hamilton Johnson, Waikiki, in honor
of Mrs. II. II . Dixon and other guests at
the Johnson villa who depart for San
Francisco by the S. S. Australia to-day.
The premises were beautifully illumi
nated and those fortunate enough to be
present enjoyed themselves in dancing,
Hooked to Leave.
Following are the passengers booked
at the office of Messrs. W. G. Irwin &
Co. to leave for the States on the
S. S. Australia to-day : Sir Thomas Es
monde, Mr. John Dillon, M. P., Miss
M.Melville, Miss L. M. Ingersoll, N.
D. Hodge, Ira Bishop, Miss Pilsbry,
Col. Paine, Geo. Norton, Mrs. Lederer
and two children, Mrs. II. II. Dixon,
F. S. Dodge, Miss Jameson. Miss
Keough.W. H.Nolan, Misses Wallace
(2), 11. Grierson, Hufus Parker, Miss
Parker, V. Knudsen, E. Bailey, Miss
Leon ore Lake, M. Hyraan, wife, three
children and servant, C. A. Brown,
wife, son and maid, E. Hopke, S. T.
Browne, Mrs. J. Harris, K. J. Grif
fith, B. M. Lombard, A. C. Bradley, J.
I). Gassand wife, Mrs. Savage, II . G.
Kouse, Mrs. ltouse, W. L. McEwen
It. A. Wibon, Major Gilbert and
Hon. H. M. Whitney.
Supreme Court At Chambers.
BEFORE HIS HONOR CIIIKF JfSTICE Jl'DD.
Thursday, Feb. 13.
In probate, guardianship of Lena
Steineck, a minor. Ordered that the
guardians' act o Jnts f r 1889 be app: o zed.
F. A. Schaefer guardian.
In probate, guardianship of Hedwig
Holstein, a minor. Ordered that the
accounts for 1889 be approved. F. A.
BEFORE HIS HONOR JUSTICE BICKERTON.
In re bankruptcy of Kum Sun. Peti
tition of H. Y. Chang, assignee, for al
lowance of accounts, order to pay first
and final dividend and discharge. The
Court orders the accounts approved, divi
dend paid, and assignee discharged upon
filing final receipts. II. Y. Chang, as
signee, in person.
Thursday, Feb. 13.
Six natives charged with deserting con
tract service, were ordered to return and
Three drunks were fined the usual
Several other cases were further continued.
DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, FEBRUARY
GENERAL ELECTION OF 1890.
The election returns are coming in so slowly from the other islands that we
are unable to give complete figures. Below we present the returns for the election
of Nobles on the Island of Oahu in full and the Islands of Hawaii and Mjui as far
as can be obtained. Also the composition of the next Legislature, It signifying
Reform, I Independent, O Opposition :
NOBLES FOU THE ISLAND OF O.VIIU.
NATIONAL REFORM TICKET.
ll. u. Crabbe
C. J. McCarthy
S. M. Kaaukai.
E. S. Cunha.
B. F. Dillingham
J. 1. Dowsett. Sr
R. J. Greene.
W. C. Wilder,
M. P. Robinson
W. O. Smith.
NOBLES FOR THE
J. Kauhane r
J.M. Horner 6 years"
R. R. Hind .
j. wight r ye,,ra-
S. Parker )
C.H. Wetniore) 2 ears-
i 189! 00'
NORLES FOR THE
H. P. Baldwin.
W. Y. Horner, f
R. D. Walbridee.)
H. Cornwell. f
J as. Anderson. )
L. Von Tempsky.f Two years
NATIONAL REFORM TICKET.
W. H. Daniels.
(5. O. Berger.
- Four years.
The Next LeKislature of the Hawaiian
HOUSE OF NOBLES.
J A Cummins (O)
H A Widemann (O)
J S Walker (O)
D W Pua (O)
E Muller (O)
E C Macfarlane (O)
John Phillips (O)
H G Crabbe(O)
C J McCarthy (O)
J Kauhane ( ll)
J M Horner (R)
R R Hind(R)
E A Burchardt(I)
S Parker (R)
J Marsden (1)
II P Baldwin (R)
W Y Horner (R)
W H Cornwell (R)
K D Walbridge ( R)
Jas Anderson (It)
L Von Tern psky(R)
G N Wilcox (R)
P P Kanoa(R)
Paul Isenberg (It)
HOUSE OF REP'S.
Cecil Brown (R)
W H Cummings (O)
A Maroues tO
T R Lucas (O)
R W Wilcox fO)
J Paikuli (O)
A liosa (O)
A Kauhi ( in
J Nawahi (Ol
JT Baker (O)
A Horner (R)
W II Rickard fRl
J K Kahookano (O)
(i K A m ki I K I
L W P Kanealii(O)
J W Kalua (O)
W II Halstead (R)
P Kamai (O)
W White (R)
A P Paehaole(R)
A 8 Wilcox (R)
W H Rice(R)
V Knudsen (R)
(R) Reform, (O)
Opposition, (I) Inde-
SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS.
Per Australia To-Day.
the Calt fornix Fruit Market
AND SAN FRANCISCO FRUIT MARKET
will receive in their Refriger
ator a fresh supply of Oysters, in shell and
tins. Apples, Vegetables, Dried Fruits, etc.
tXT" Waialua Grapes and Oranges are
now arriving daily. 23
WILLIAM F. ALLEN IS AUTHOE-
ized to act for me under full power ot
attorney, during my absence from the
Kingdom. C. A. BROWN.
Feb. 14, 18S9. 38-1 m
THERE WILL BE SOLD AT
the Government Pound, near
the Oahu Jail, on SATURDAY,
Wh. 15th at 12 o'clock noon.
one bay Horse, branded AK.
J. W. Til,
Honolulu, Feb. 13. 1890. 37-2t
ON AND AFTER FEBRUARY 1. 1890,
William II. Cuinniings only will sign
the firm name of the Hawaii Banana Co.
HAWAII RAN AN A CO.,
Bv W. C. Achi, their Attorney.
Feb. 1. 1890. 30-3t
Election of Officers.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the East Maui Stock Company, held
this day, the following persons were elected
as officers for the ensuing year:
W. P. A. Brewer President
P. C. Jones Secretary andTrcasurer
(. H. Robertson
Directors J. O. Carter and
Secretary pro tern E
Honolulu, Feb. 3, 1S90.
M. Stock Co.
3d dis. 4th di. o h dis. ,J
ii 1st dis. 2d dis. 3d dif. 4th dis. j 5th dis. j;
j: ; : h
li tc to ; ic j ii c : .
tf ? P ! P P P j P P t h JB S j,
I 50 153 58 100 SO 04 42 105 28 3s i 733
! 53 148 57 110 SO 02 42 112 25 38 727
j 57 13 i. 03 115i 85 ; ! 44 115 j 28 40 770
! 57 100 ! 01 1121 82 04 . 42 112 28 41175!)
j 5-4 150,i 50 105) 81 04 43 115 ; 28 37 i 743
; 47 142, 58 lOOl 75 ;i 45 105 25 3i 73
j 55 147 58 111) 70; t7 i 40; 111!: 20 39; 730
I 50 100: 02 J17 S5i (Hi 45; IK!;' 2(i 41 ! 774
! 52 144 58 100; 79! CA 1 45' 105 25 a'l 720
ISLAXD OF HAWAII.
IN I) El' E NDENT TICK ET.
3 C i
J. Kauhane (
11. R. Hind f
J. Marsden i
W. H. Purvis )
ISLAND OF ISIATJI.
FOR THE ISLAND OF OAHU.
First district. lstprec. 2dprec. Total.
Cecil Brown 100 1!9 305
John E. Bush UK) 123 292
W. II. Cummings.. 221 187 411
S. K. Kane 90 128 218
A. Marques 202 240 442
M. A. Gonsalves... 142 82 221
T. R. Lucas 297 101 401
J.F.Morgan 78 130 208
R. W. Wilcox 14!) 217 300
W. C. Achi 47 09 110
J. Paikuli 130
J. L. Kaulukou. ... 128
An tone Rosa, (unopposed.) 320
A. Kauhi ... 221
J. I. Dowsett, Jr ... SO
Enterprise Carriage Co.
STAND NO. 9 CORNER OF
Nuuanu and King streets. Rcll
Telephone 113, Mutual 030. Of
fice hours from 7 a. m. to 11 r. m. All
orders promptly attended to.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping and Commission Merchants
IMTOBTKRS AND DEALERS IX
Life, Fire and Marine
153 HONOLULU, II. I. ly
DR. WOOD HAS REMOVED HIS
Cotta-e No. TOO,
on Richard St., Hawaiian Hotel grounds.
8 to 10 a. in.
1 to 3 p. ni.
7 to 8 p. m.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE, - - No. 012.
- S (J hmniun uulvfr
s:U MiMsfiM-tion in c tie
Hire 'f i iorii riliir and
i-it't't. I iTi-scnlx? it and
f I snfe in recommend
In? it to all nfTVrers.
Vrdor.tr by lb.
A.J. M(FIi. H.D..
Sold Ly Irugits.
Hni.usTrR t Co., Wholesale Agents.
Be.nkon.Skith A Co., Wholesale Agent
UP-TO W N
Book, Stationery and News Store
10G FORT STKEKT.
Has gone, hut
With all his fun and nonsense.
Are at the ahove popular stand.
Long Jokers Hit 'em Hards, 5
cents apiece with envelopes!
Pretty Valentines for urettv
(.iris from 3 cents each and up!
ir-THOUSANDS of Novels arrived
to-day hy the Australia, comprising
standard and new authors. All Novels
at same price as in America.
THOS. G. THRUM,
Gate. City Stone Filter
These Filters are easily cleansed, and
NEVEK become Cracked or CRAZED
by change of Temperature of the Water.
The Filtering Medium is u NATURAL
STONE, mined from the earth. It is
unlike any other stone.
IT DOES NOT AESORi; AND RE
IMPURITIES never PENETRATE
it, but lie on the surface, and internally
the stone remains as pure and white
after years of use as when taken from
" The date City Stone Filter is a perfect
success. It is the only real fdter I have
ever seen. I would nt be without one for
any consideration. It converts our lake
water into the hest drinking water in the
world. Hf.nky M. Lyman, M. D.,
533 West Adams St., Chicago.
For Sale by the
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO,
Opposite Sprcckels & Co.'s Rank,
127-tf FORT STREET.
VOTICE IS IIEREI'.Y i I VEX TO ALL
1 pt-rsons that on the 1st lay of Fehru
ary, 1SW, a nieetin): of the stKkhollers of
the Kahuku l'lautation Cumpanv was
held in the office of Jarue Ii. 'astp, Ho
nolulu, and at said meeting it was voted
ly said stockholders to accept a Charter of
liicorjxiration granted to them under tin
corporate name ami style of Kahuku
Plantation Company, January 3o, l!o,
and that the Company under said Charter
thereupon organized themselves and
elected the following officers:
Alexander Young President
John A. Cummins Vice-President
William V. Hall Secretary
James 15. Castie Treasurer
William F. Allen Auditor
Notice U further given that, pursuant to
the tenns of said Charter, " No stock
holder shall individually he liable for the
debts of the corMration beyond the
amount which shall be due upon the share
or shares held or owned by himself."
W.M. W. II ALL.
28 l.'MiS-lni Secretary.
i PER FUMES
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
113, 115 Fort Street, - - Honolulu, H. I.
I IMMENSE VARIETY
POPULAE MILLINERY HOUSE
lO t Fort Street, : : : Honolulu, .
N. S. SACHS, Proprietor.
Jh WISH TO CALL PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO A FINE AND ELK
,V ttB , htocH of , Ivies' Muslin Underwear, which we offer at verv low priceH.
Our Underwear is all made up of fine Cotton or Cambric, well mwetl.'anJ fininhetl
in the best manner. A full and complete lino of
LADIES' NIOIIT GOWN8
In all styles and qualities, in plain or trimmed wkh fine Torchon or
In high or low reck, plain or fancy lace trimmed.
LADIES' MERINO AND HIHI5ED JERSEY VESTS
, In White, Unbleached and Fancy Colore.
Corse ts9 !! I!."!!" vr!c!y) Corsets.
LADIES', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S CORSETS, in all sizes, very low prices.
frf?nfSprJ5n f. LAPIK?' TROUSSEAUS, and CHILDREN'S' and
L 1 AN 1 h OUT! ITS, made up in elegant style and guaranteed to fit.
P. II. W. ROSS,
(Late of Hawaii.)
NOTARY ri BLIC.
LEONHARD & ROSS
Eileulmrth, State ofa$MnEton
Make a Specialty of Safe, (Visheuvativf.
investment for persona of moderate means
who wish to pbtce out a few hundred dol
lars to the best advantage.
The value of Ileal Estate in EHensburfch
is surely and steadily rising every month.
The $ I.V) offer that we made last .Inly can
no longer he touched for lesn than f LUu.
COAL and IRON CITY,
Petter than this it in impossible to have.
The Octoler election proven that ElletiR
burgh ban a population of nearly OKK) or
i0 per cent, greater than wan generally
LEONHARD & ROSS,
Koonm ." A. 0 Honolulu lMock,
ly KII'tiHtnri:h, Wanliliiton
''IIIE ADVEIITISEK IS THE
A lead i u' daily patx-r of tho KiiiL'dom
TOW JUICES !
The Planters' Monthly
FOR 'JANUARY, 1890.
A Now Volume.
TAUhK OK CONTKN'I'H: f
Cane Cutting How to do it.
With our Ueadern.
letter from France.
Visit to lioniHiana and Texas.
IteKjrt of Calumet Suj;ar Fa Ury.
Maceration in Calumet Mill.
Sugar AnalyHis in Louisiana.
Polarization, iK'wriplion of
Sugar Cane Seedlings.
Fruit Market of New York.
Dilfusion in New South Walec.
Irrigation in California.
Java Cane DineaseH.
Proclamation Prohibiting Cane Iuiorta
tinH in Jamaica.
Yearly suhncripl ion $ 2 50
Foreign " :UH)
I sound olumen 4 00
Pack Volunies hound to order.
(1 ZETTE nTltLISIIINd CO.,
46 Merchant St., Honolulu.