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The daily herald. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1886-1887, February 07, 1887, Image 2

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THE DAILY HCRAII
MONDAY FEBRUARY 7 887
RECONSIDERED
Mr Alapai Road Supervisor lias
thought better of his resolve to aban
don the half fipishcd work on Liliha
street A resumption of operations
was made the other day in laying
down a coat of coral rock which when
rolled should make a carriage way to
last for years on that moderately trav
eled load Although an oflicial is apt
to make shipwreck of his position if he
attempts at all times to please
body yet the new Road Supenisor
would have been more like the fabled
mule itself than its rider had he disre
garded the unmistakable puplic protest
against his initial action respecting the
street in question
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Tiie Anglican Church Chronicle
The Anerlitan Church Chronicle for
February opens with a summons for the
asbcmbhng of the Diocesan Synod on
Tuesday April 19th from Bishop Wil
lis
The leading article is devoted to
Sunday Schools urging their import
ance and giving advice regarding their
management
A statement respecting the Cathe
dral fund shows that the family boxes
yielded ths lady collectors over 240
the past month Liberality is urged
as a condition of the contract is that
work ceases with the suspension of
supplies
In an article on Degrading Jour
nalism a high compliment is paid the
Honolulu newspapers for avoiding the
pernicious details of crime especially
for ignoring the debasing particulars
of the recent aristocratic divorce case
in Eneland
An appeal is made to Britibh sub
jects to come to the support of the
British Benevolent Society the funds
of which are depleted
The Hawaiian Hoard of Missions
through Rev A O Forbes is thankqd
for a beautifully bound Bible in the
Hawaiian language for the Anglican
Church
Queen Victorias jubilee is urged as
an appropriate year for the completion
of St Andrews Memorial Cathedral
the occupation of which began in the
jubilee year of the birth of King Kala
kaua
Local events and Church news from
home and abroad occupy much space
-although served up with meritorious
brevity
The educational department has an
instructive paper on The Teaching of
English to Hawanans besides gooa
selected matter and the minor depart
ments are carefully edited
1 I I - H
Home Manufacture
A handsome and strong wagonette
has been made for the Pantheon Sta
bles by Mr W H Page It will carry
ten nersons comfortably besides the
driver is craceful as well as substantial
in build while the cushions of brown
leather are the acme of comfortable
Mr Frank J lliggins with his ac
knowledged art did the painting nick
ing the carriage shine like a mirror
besides putting a gilt monogram on the
door which gives a regular baronial
flash to the concern When a fine
span of roadsters is attached to the
vehicle with the elegant English har
ness imported for the purpose there is
a splendid equipage for a social party
to take to the Park or the Pali Sue
cess to home manufacturesl
M ii I iii 1
Hotel Arrivals
EAGLE HOUSE
W S Taber city S N Emerson
Walaluaj J G Howie wife and child
Hanalei Thomas Prince San Fran
cisco Charles Campbell purser steam
er C R Bishop Wm Badger steamer
Waialcale C Berry city
The farewell meeting in the temper
ance campaign conducted by Mr
Richard T Booth during the past
foftnicht will be held in Fort street
Church this evening beginning at half-
past seven oclock After the meeting
a soCiil will be held in the parlors of
that church All are cordially invited
to attend both the gatherings
ISLAND NEWS
Maul Items
The Makawao congregation has de
cided to build a new church nearer the
center of population
Very heavy rains have occurred on
East Maui
Frank Baldwin son of Mr H P
Baldwin met with an accident on
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Wednesday which came near resulting
seriously He was mounted on one
horse and leading another with the
rope fastened to his saddle The led
horse ran up a bank suddenly in such a
way as to pull Frank off with the rope
Up was found shortly afterward by one
of the laborers in a state of insensi
bility and it was some time before
consciousness returned There were
fortunately no bones broken and the
boy is doing well
Hilo Happenings
The weather of Hilo has been rather
stormy lately The rain has been
washing down logs trees rubbish etc
so that the beach was piled up willi
wood Men women and children went
to gather it for fuel The lightning
also injured the telephone wires and
cut off a good many numbers
On the 28th of January 1887 the
tern Dora Bluhm anchored at the port
of Hilo after a voyage of twelve days
from San Francisco The brig Hazard
left Hilo on the 28th of January for
San Francisco with a cargo of sugar
Hilo is now full of tourists who have
been to see the lava flow at Kahuku
Most of them will go to Honolulu
RUMILESIHISKIN
Kahulul Notes
Sailed February 1st bark F S
Thompson Paulsen master for San
Irancisco taking 11000 bags sugar
from Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar
Co 1446 bags from Waihcc Planta
tion and 900 bags from the Waikapu
Plantation total 1875086 pounds
Schooner Lctitia has finished dis
charging lumber loads sugar and will
probably sail February 6th
Bark W H Case and schooner Ida
Schnaucr arc both discharging rapidly
and will load sugar for San Francisco
Commercial houses in town and Ves
sels in harbor yesterday displayed a
generous amount of bunting in honor
of the fifty seventh birthday of Captain
Robertson of the schooner Ida
Schnaucr
Kaiiului Maui Feb 4th
The Trip of the Kinau
The steamer Kinau returned from
her excursion to the lava flow on Sat
urday morning Her passengers con
soled themselves for having been too
late for the grand volcanic exhibition
by the consciousness that in a variety
of ways according to the various sctb
of the large party they had njoyed a
splendid time They were out for a
holiday and were bound to have it
and if they were not on time for the
lava flow they were on deck for a
flow of good fellowship There was
good fare in abundance with uninter
rupted access thereto and there were
companionships agreeable to all the
social likings op board A landing was
effected at the place where the flow en
tered the sea mhny of the excursionists
making the best of the opportunity to
inspect the volcanic ejecta when less
than nine days old The party had
several opportunities of taking a walk
on shore at the regular landing ports
and the railroad journey was a diver
sion to the full if it was not a light
ning express ride such as the New
York Central affords Following is a
list of the disappointed but happy ex
cursionists Hon S Parker Miss E
Parker Miss Helen Parker Miss M
Low Miss H Low Thomas Gay Miss
M Dowsetr Miss Pili Manuel Rcis
L A Thurston Dr McGrew Mis K
McGrew Master McGrew G West and
wife George Bruns James Love F
Gertz Charles Creighton Miss May
Saxton A L Shaw Mrs Lea Mrs
Crooks Robert Grieve and wife Miss
Grieve Rev E C Oggcl George En
gelhardt Edward Mclnerny A Kraft
F Lewis Miss S E Dickson CWide
mann Hon A F Judd and three chil
dren G II Tweedie J B Castle J
M Dowsett E I- Marshall W King
H Duncan T Mclnerny E Weight
ND White Miss Emma Dudoit Miss
Steward Miss Moore James Sterner
Miss L Dickson Miss Winter Mrs
C A Brown Mrs Staples Mrs Wm
Lishmap Miss Margaret Mclntyre
Miss Katie Mclntyre M A Gonsalves
F II Kennedy Dr Carter Miss E
Putnam Miss May Blackwell Miss
Snow J W Liming A E W Gibbs
John Wright Major F S Hills Frank
McCarthy H Friedcnbcrg James T
White Wm Lucas A Chisholm D
M McLeod H Wick C Hall II
Lyle J M Oat C Frazer J Gilliland
C II Eldrcdge Robert Sutherland A
Gartcnberg U G Wilson Mrs Hoag
J S McCandless Harry Lea W S
Bartlett F Brauwick Van Slyke A
M Brown Miss Minnie Brown A
Peterson R A Macfie C J Sher
wood deorge Markham James Hunt
J Dower Rev S E Bishop G C
Swain jr Miss Amy Wodehouse Miss
G Wodehouse Miss Mist II J Mpss
man Major A B Hayley II B Say
lor Dr llodgers Wray Taylor L M
Mather T F Dredge Mrs Goo Kim
S Ando Alonzo Kuhia E S Edison
W Jr Frear Charles J McCarthy W
F Love Captain J Lee Samuel Kc
lua M M Kennedy J U Kavainui
H B Beckley P J Holmes T
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Offer for Sale
Vnrioun Slut
STEEL RAILS FENCE WIRES
ROOFING SLATES CEMENT
CROCKERY - ROCK SALT
VIENNA FUBflSTITURE
And a Large Variety of other Goods too Numerous to Mention
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BFEHLERSCO
99 Fort Streot Honolulu
CHARLES HUSTACE
100 and 111 KiugiSt Iiotwoon Fort smilAlakoa
Has received 4pcr late arrivals -a full
STAPLE A2OT
Of OiTCTr
assortment of
anOCBBlE3
CoiiMjtlng in vail of
Fandly Flour Gcrmca Oat Meal Corn Meal Cracked Wheat llrcakfast Jem Dupce Ham
and Ilacon Codfish Lard Smoked Ucef New Cheese Kegs Cat llutter Dates Raisins
Mustard Sauce Sea Foam Wafers Saloon anil Medium llread Apples Humboldt Potatoes
Wheat Corn llran Also a full line of Cat Cracker Cos Crackers and Cakes All ol
which are offered at lowest rates All orders receive careful attention and prompt delivery
Both Telephones No 119 P O Box If 0 371
THE CENTRAL CIGAR STAND
Campbells Block Merchant Street
E H1LDER Proprietor
Bell Telephone 172 Mutual Telephone 375
Gentlemen will find the Central always stocked with the
choicest Havana and Domestic Cigars and Tobaccos Fresh
importations by every steamer
tThe Finest Manilla Cigars In tlio Market on Hand
Island Orders CarofullyAttcnded to Give Mo n Call
GEORGEENGELHARDT
Pormtrly illi Samuel Nott
IMPORTER DEALER IN
STOVES CHANDELIERS LAMPS
ALSO
Orockory Glnsswnro Houso Furnishing Hardware Agato
Iron and Tinware
AGENT HALLS SAFE AND LOCK COMPANY
BE A VER XL OCA E02 STREET
The Store formerly occupied by S Nott oppoule SmuckHLS Si Co Dank Honolulu II I -
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CAS1LI5
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KoliaU Sugar Company
Iala Plantation
3roveIrnci Plantation
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AGENTSJFOR
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CASTLE COOKE
Shippings and Commission Merchants
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Haiku Sugar Company
Hitchcock CVt llantntlan
R lUlitead W kluallantation
Smith Co Koloa Kauai
Union Wo hi I Marine Insurance Company pf San Frntclico
I na Flro Insurance Company of Hartford
His New England Mutual Life lusurance Company of lljstnn
I M Weston Patent Centrifugal Machines
The New York nnd Honolulu Packet Line
The Merchants Line Honolulu and San Irancltco
Dr Tayne Sons Celebrated Medicine
Wilcox Gltbi Kemington and Wheeler It Wilson Sewing Macht
LAINE CO
Hare vrccebed a consignment of themost Econontlcaljand JValuatle TejJ for all kinji of stock vii
COOKED LINSEED MEAL
It Is tho greatest I tests former Milk and llutter producer n use
Oil Cake leal shows about j per cent ol nutrltlyirmattct Il U nearly 39 per cent soo bs of this nieal
Is equal to 100 lbs ol oats or 318 lbs of corn or to 767 lbs of wheat bran Also our Unrivaled
M1X1CI FkKOa well a our usual lupply of tho best kinds cf
Hay Oata Wheat Corn Eto Etc
Which Is offered at the Lowest Market Kutes and delivered freo ny part of the city
E
B THOMAS
Contractor Builder
Estimates given on all kinds of Brick Iron Stone ami Wooden Iluildings Refers to the
following prominent buildings erected by him amoncst others too numerous to mention the
Kings Palace Lunalilo Home Opera House Honolulu Library Wilder Mrs Lack Police
and Aswan Buildings Etc
Brick Work in all its Branches
Offico S corner Queen and Alakea Streets Mu Telephone No 3S1
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Valentines
A Fine Assortment of
Comic anil Sciiiinienlal Valentines
ALSO
mm lWEiiiis
Will shortly he opened up fur wle at
TIioh G
TIIRTTMS
106 Fott Street
Mr Osniaii Day
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Will give n grand
Sl istorical Xlccilal
Monday Evening February 7lli
-AT THE
CLUB HOUSE LINCOLN BLOCK
USubjccl The French Revolution from
the taking of the llastilc to the rise of Napoleon
Donaparte
Commences at 8 oclock
notice
A
LL
PERSONS
warned not to trespass
Mokuumcumc In
3ioneef
Wtm All
ARE 1IEUEIJY
on the Island of
Pearl River La poo n or to
fish In its waters and all found iloinir so will
be prosecuted according to law
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Scncntl Lbbcttlecmcnto
Election of Officers
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Mine
ANNUAL MEETING 01
fiiuuKiiuiucrs ui inc iinununn An
cultural Company held Jnmtary 20th 1887
the following officers Were elected for the en
suing year
President Hon C It HWioii
Vice President Mr Samuel C Allen
Treasurer Mr P C Tones M
Secretary Mr I O Carter
Auditor Mr T May
Dirfctoksi Hon C It HMiop Messrs
S C Allen and P C Jones
J 0 CAUTCK
Sccrctirj
Honolulu fan 30 1887
J GOMES
Watchmaker and JcWclcr
Opposite Elite Ice Cream Tartars Hotel St
Manufacturing of all kinds of Jewelry setting
of Diamonds Etc
Ghroiioinoiorn n Spoolnlty
THE ONLY PRACTICAL
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On tho Islands is
WM TimNEK
naitcr
No 82 King Street
If 0U want our walch well repaired or
your clock put in order go and sco him
If you wAnt to know all the neus
you must read the Herald
TJVumtme Worerooms
mmS
Just Recived per
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C E WILLIAMS
CIGARS
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PROPRIETOR
Just Received
Aarictyof IAKLOKSUTS Cedar Maple
nml
Walnut Bedroom Sets 9 Sideboards i Ward
rill mrS A tk
Sifyt Vs robe ltookcaies a variety of Uaby Carriage s
ViRWvSrrJ Mirrors and Mirror Plates
Upholstering In All Its Branches Satisfactorily Executed
Mutual Tclcphr nc and Night Alarm No 76
STOKE 6S I IOTEL STREET
H AY A GRAIN
LARGEST STOCKS
BEST QUALITY
LOWEST PRICES
UNION FEED CO
Telephone3No 175 Cor Queen nnd Edinburgh Sts
m m
A Very Sweet AiMrrw
I ICE CREAM two
S Ma5ri
I CANDIES - Bon 182 j
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THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
I 85 HOTEL STREET
ealandia
A FINE ASSORTMENT
OK-
From the Cekbmtcd Factory of Straiton SloimNcw York
HOLLISTER GO
109 Fort Street Honolulu
WOLFE CO
Ho 6Q HOTEL STEEET
Have Eeceived by Late Arrivals
American and English Jams nnd JUHes Table and Pie Fruit Star Hams Oxford Sausages
Curried Fowl Kippered Hurlngs Prcsened Uloatcrs Fried Ed Findon Haddock Plum
Pudding French and American Peai Crackers Cnlas MacktnricVi Fine lliscults Etc
Also a large assortment of Candies nnd Nuts Oulrs will reccisecarjul attention and
prompt delivery guaranteed
P 0 Dox no Bell Telephone No 345 Mutual No hj
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