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FKIJAY, JAN. 10, 1883.
' Thib Day's Doings
HlemilnfTasIf SSlc", 'nTKnlcY ttoom
of K. P. Ajlaun, at 10 o'.clock.
Mv llegulnr Cash Mule, nt Sales Uoom
of F, S. Pintl-& Go. at 10 o'clock.
Improved Order of Hal Men, nt
7:!H) J ,
Morning Star Lodge, K. of J. at
Undh Prayer Meeting, nlEorl 1.
' Marine disaster.
TiJB Uttf Wforo yesterday, a bark
was observed off Wahnanalo. Yes
terday niohiiri'g sho was been nine,
miles off the shores, and n bontj was
seen comjng from her. It .reached
the shore, and Mr: J. A. Cummins
hoon telephoned tho news over to 1
A. Schacfcr & Co., that it was the
Honduras bark Hermann, 1800 tons
burthen, bound from 'Pugct Sound
to Valparaiso,' with n cargo of lum
ber and salmon. Slio had been
caught in a hurricane 40 days ago in
22.5 N and 122.11 W., and' had
been leaking ever since, and now has
between 5 ami (J feet of water in the
hold. For the last 10 days she has
been trying to make a pork hf the
islands', anil her crew were all usci
lip. Mr. Cummins immediately look
htcps to do all in his power to assist
the crew by sending some of his
laborers on board, and Messrs. F. A.
Schaefcr & Co. chartered the stmr
James Makee, which left between 1
and 2 p. m. with a 'fiesh crew for
her, and to tow her in.
It is worthy to note that thciines
sage from "Waimanalo, about1 the,
Hermann, only came by telephone
nt 12:15 p in.,' and thc'Jas. Makee,
, with a fresh crew, left the wharf at
1 : 15 p.m. What an example of the
benefits of the telephone.
The James Makee arrived last
night at 11 :40, having left' the bark
at anchor outside, by direction, of
tlic pilot, as she was drawing 22 feet
and had C feet of water in her .hold.
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r ouu iiuuiuvuu lutwiiy jilt iiuiu i p.
in., and left 15 men oir board to as
bist in pumping. The above are as
full particulars as we could glean ;
further information may make soinc
$ AT LABT.
We hav" iu)w nu opportunity to
know the 'cxaH time in Honolulu.
Yesterday, pic'cisely at 12 noon, a
ball dropped from Ihc top of j,hc
Hag-pole on- the signal station and
look-out belonging to Messrs. J. W.
Uobcrtsonjifc Co. Tho time was ob
tained, front the Government Survey
Dcpai tment by telephone. Observ
ing the, whistles yesterday, we no
ticed that not one blew at the cor
rect time, and that the time varied
- from -t to 1 j- minutes to 12. The
time-ball, which is a foot imdiame
ter and is to be painted black with n
white equatorial stripe, will be hoist
ed each day at' five minutes' to 12,'
and will drop at 12 to the second, so
'that if the ballis noticed. 'to be up
'ihc time will lie known to bc'betvccn
11:55 and 12 noou. This will be
one ,of the greatest boons to busi
ness and working men that have, been
given in the town, and we congratu
late. Messrs. Kobertson & Co. on
their enterprise in being the first to
take hold of this matter.
POLICE OOOET JANUARY 18.
Ilcrcnabn, drnulc, lined 82 and ?1
costs. Naillma, nssuujt and battery
on bis wife, icinanded from il0 17th
fined $20 and 88. C0 costs. f Noted
appeal to Suprdme Court. Clmilcs
Huijcaii and Ana, (w)., iarccny.of a
dress and souio feather lcis', total
value 890, tho'propcrty of Mis. K.
"lleckloy, Hefencc of Ana was that
they wore given to her by the care
taker of them. Chas. Duncan was
found not guilty and discharged;
Ana was found guilty in the Old de
gree, find sentenced to imprisonhipnt
flUhard labor for lycar-aud -fined
820 and 82.60 costs'. 'Appeal noted
lo'.itapreine" Cornf. ,tf".M'
t )tti-mi i i i g,-nJ ,
Wef Ex 'Kcplapdja, . Qents fine
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Local & general items.
This meeting at Fort street Church
on Wednesday night was well at
tended, and gave true enjoyment to
many. - '
Tin: Foiclgn Jurv will meet at 10
s morning, at the bupicmc
Court, for the caso of Kilig vs.''
No liquor has passed out of the
Custom House at any time without
the payment of duty orVtlicwjftjyi
order of some, allowed by law, to
'irnpoitfree;6f vduly.: x r
Mit7 JI. -A7Burfi5fflre-proof "
'plaster is a decided succcssand i
now' being used on the Kaumakapili
Church. 'A-patent- is-bclhg got out,
securing to tho Inventor tlic'Mcnclrtfe
of this ynlitflble plaster.,
Tur. foiicc round Fort si. Church
has been taken down to admit of the
numerous .vehicles owned by attend
ants' at the services, to be fastened
up without interfering with trnlltc.
On the upper, side the horc3 will be
arranged with their heads all to
A celebrated opponent of the Cor
onation owns a parrot. The other
day some thief plucked its feathers
to make into lcis or kahilis for'thnt
occasion. You puny imagine the
added insult to injury wlicirafiiend
accused nml f doing jt ,lipi)sclf to"
help the affair along.
Y'iMtbhoay collections 'of 'photo
graphs of single and grouped figures
of the Hawaiian Amatcur Minstrel
Troupe were on exhibition m the
principal shop windowsuiiTliC'Mes
arc grotesque and expression humo-
,rous;,sd if wc,iuay.judgexfro1uJlic-ieii
st... fitinnA. ....11 l.rt .i..i.w.is.s. stfitli.'
UUJlillUUU? Yl 111 PJV -IVIH'UI1U UI'UIU,
best entertainments ever given in
Honolulu. - The photographs arc by
Mr. J. Williams. - - ' ' '
Coircipondcncc U solicited on the, trop
ica of-thedny, or wlMtfiimy laconic, ; '
Wei reserve the right to excise puic.
ly personal inntter. ' ' !
We doinot hold ouroUcs responsible
for the opinions cxpi'oc(lMiy onr cor
rc-pondents. En. ' '
Jmiitoh Ul'm.ktix : 1 notioert a,
piece in yesterday's G,uitlc nbout
the pigeon-shooting at Kalihi. I
wish to reply toits statements: 1st.,
The reason there was no match on
Saturday last was tliat no pigeons
.could bo go; .2nd, Our Hawaiian
spoilsmen arc" not afraid to meet
any one of foreign biith (in,, the
conntrj'. Although upt professionals
of iidcustonicd to shooting. for
,moncy, we will go-out m tho open
fields and shoot against any one for
coin. .,Wc arc Youis truly, ' I
" Hawaiian Si;)kt...mi:x. ,
Enrroit Ui;i.i:rr.iv: I have been
looking at the macadamizing at the
foot of Foit street, while I think
it lis a good thing I am of 'the opini
on that it is too expensively done.
It'is loo thick. If it be necessary
to raise Ihc road to that lovel n layer
of the boft rock'should liavc been
used first and idled 'down, 'tuud then
iftbopt six inches of -this 'crushed,
lava, .Then,. loo,.iUis. loo high in
proportion lorthc sidewalks. I hope
that the Road Supervisor will take;
these suggestions hi, good part.
"Still the custom goes on. Fort Mrcct
is nodded with cniTingcs, whose occu
pants compel the, unfortmiatu cleiks of
me s-iumiiMiincnn nicy arc siiopjnnjr in
toirnrryout the qntiio'ctmtcnU1 ofiliu
sloic.i This custom In not oiilylhuiTfnl
tq he nssistanlb, lint nlio no trndc. as
tbo-e who tluw sit ouWhie. never Mic'tlio
wealth oj KPod di.'-plnyed inside."
Daily Jinilcfii, Jan. Jllth.' iff
It will lie' appropriate, Mr. Editor,
to follow the ub6Vc very proper cdi
loiia(with one pf you'r equally pip
per essays on the dniigor'nudntulaw
fuhicss of leaving horses unhitched
on tlic streets. Pitting this and that
together, what is a lady to do, )ho
wishes to trade at an ordipary st.Q)iq,
since there are no hitching posts be
fore the btorcs, except, in rare in
stances?! Suppose, for instance, n
lady wishes to Hrndo at ,,,JCo.i 10'
on Fprt street, she, must cither sit in
her carriage i nud suiumou the.leiks,
or Toreak'th'c law, and' expose others
to n runaway,' unless she happens to
liuvo i wisi6utiry 'Uomc1" of llio
M ' . i.-iHiin " i
cxtrcincst quality. True, she may
go" and hitch her horse near Hotel
street, where soliio of the storc
keepers arc more considerate, and
trudge her way hack to o.JO;"
but she must be careful to provide
'liCTiclf 'wltli'ir pair of "gcritlenicri's
boots, especially after a storm, 'Whcm
the sticets arc always intolerably
muddy, and cross-Walks ale eXtii
more rare than hllcliing-posts. Or,?
suppose she wishes to call at the
rbstjOfllccj to procure her mail,' or
to llobcilsou's, to get her periodi
cals ; q best thing she can 'do will
bo to hllcli her horse at the, lalling.
in front of the llethcl Chapel, on
King sticct; in which case the
stogies will be even a more impciu
Seriously. Mr. Editor, if ft store
keeper docs not provide hitching
places for his customers,. it is . rights
that their cleiks should bo required
to wait upon the ladies on the
streets ; and it will be reasonable for
the ladies to give the preference, in
trading, to those stores where the
proprietors arc considerate enough
to provide convenient liitohintriilaccs..
Aud what a public coiivciiiciicoj Jit"
wouiii uc, li uic niunoriiies woniu
place a light railing in front of the
Post Olllcc ! A.B.C.
It is well said that truth is strang
er than fiction, aud here is an instance
of it. At the last Norwich Assizes,
a) d JisticcLindleyJiad topresidc
nt the trial of a. solicitors clerk who
had committed a series of foigeiics.
The piisoner and the judge, strange
as it may appear, nau nceii, many
years ago, fellow-clerks, and it' was
icurrent at the circuit mess that the
fonncr was attesting witness to the
deed of ' settlement'liy which,, on his
lharrhigc, tlic latter1 'came'into pro-j
perty to a large amount. The re
cognition between thtft judge and his
fqrmer .colleague must have" been
qiiitc dramatic. Suchisthb' whirl
igig1 of Time's changes in this every
day life of, ours.
Auction Salesby E.P. Adams
This Day,i Friday,!
January 10th, nt Snlc Room, at 10 a. m.
will, be held;
Regular Cash. Sale
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Dry Goo Its; Clothing , Crockery, - '
i' IjOt'or Frcsh'Oro2crie.
1 Bay Cwriage Hoie, '
' 1 Top Buggy and Harness
Ao, by older of cecuitor of M. J. Hose,
dccc.i&cd, u lot of
Ducks, Geese an'U Hens.
SO 13ukk "Wlioltr ,l?u-le.v.
30. P. Auv:it, A'lctionccr.
A'P -llo Annual Jlcetinc; of Ihc East
AUiul PJantiuion Co., held nt Hono
lulir Janunry'lfili, 188!), Die following
olllcois vore elected fojthc en-uing
Col. "V. F. Allen President
J. JE. Ilofl'mnnn Vice Provident
TJ..C. Joifc, Jr .". . JSce'y and Treu
y. r. Allen :. . .'Auditor
3IcsiB. W. F. Allen, A. G., Ellis, and
P. C. Jone, Jr.r -
800'nw'aP. Q. JONES, Jn., Sec'y
, .CEDAR SHINGLES.
Just Hr.cEiVriu iiv
ji 1 1. i
Allem St ItoliiiiHon.
Wnntcil, , rr,
U fur'Pltiutution on TCiumi! Apply to
Hi Hacki'ei.d & Co:
Jiuinnry tiOtlt, lb8U.
"Says' Song J New Solos J
New Duets I New Daneea !
Secure your Tickets Early.
TIlUuIh uuu now licihnd tit
ltohertNon & Co.'h.
ALL DEBTS duo to,tjio undcr!giu'd
,'mlt; hu jnltil on or lK-foro'tho 01st
lauiiniy, otherwise they 111 lie placed
ill the liiiudd of 11 (nllector.
m aY , ( , , v .y ptVMAHCUAK'f1.
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DILEINGHM -& 00."
, ,mwifHn wtuwim'i
I$e8ervclij9 space for announcements of
,.141 111 rl 1 lMl
U . 1,715 TiLJ,
of vliich they have
vr'l n' ntur.'nyi rtvlnJ srfl HA
Novelties in all LinoBjof
I ,fi i om ii , ?i ii1 '
bUMllbATING O'lilS: ' "A
-I1lh4 4- Ti
Kerosene Oil, in faucet, nozzle cans,, 150?, ,Firo;Toi,
from Eastern Hcllncis, for
A VINE ASROimiFttT OV '
Boots, Shoes, Slippevsy Sandals, Ties, &c.
' ,, 1 n 1 1 !
THE FINEST SELECTION -OF GENTS!, SCARFS,
f tOii ir i Onofiln bo, nil of which ard 1 t . I ' !
Eminently Suitable for iblie present 'Season,
277 A. W.JKICHAJtDSON & CO.'
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' AUCTION SALES' BY F. S. PRATT & Co. '
wc williiiold our
Regular Ropm, Sale !
, On Friday, ol each' week., , '
F. S. PRATT & Co. Auctioneers.
Friday, Jan. 19.
Regular Cash Sale
At 10 a.m., j .
'Dry Goods, Crockery, ' j
Fiiio assortment of, Lamps, ,
1 . 1 Groceries, White Beans, 1
Salmon, in half bbls, ''
Cigars, Tin -Vare, , "
Potatoes, Corn, Wheat.
' 'ALSO f
One Large California Mule,'
Well biokcm to harness.
F. S. PiiArr & Co.j .Auctioneers.
By the stmr City of New York;
DIRECT FROM AUSTRALIA,
liiMlies' & Geiitleiiien'N
'Embroiilyrcd anil plnijx eat. ,
Bridies in Rnsset &Blk leather
Kill ing f li) p j ,aiul ,11am c-",
The finest cvcrviniportcd into, theso Is.
IOJ1 rau r innds; also, t "' 4 x
Solid1 Leather Portmanteaus,
i(-, ii .1 . -'
Carpet Bugs, Pouches, and
i - .1 ii.nti 1
aoo S"" e ; ,No. 88 King-Bcct.
Dissolution, of Partnership.,
"VTOTICE is herobyglven that the firm
IX pf Brogljq, flpcar &i Co., ls,Uil day
dissolved by mutual cqusont, A. W.
itlchardhon ri' tiring.
Allolnlnw wlllbcpnid byCBrogllo
mid J. A. Spear, and all debts will vo
collected by them.
The liusinei-s will contluuo under the
nun name ui urognu oiii-nr,
John A. Bi'UAii.
A. W. ltlOHABDSOK.
Honolulu, Jnii. 10, 1883. '' ' 320(1 1m
, , Wnutfd, , ,Tr
HESPEPTABLE,TIDY GIBC jpr
J.X. liilddlo aged woman totke caio
of chlldien and net as nurse, nnd, to tra
vel with the family in forpign hinds.,, ,
Coinfoi table home offered with suit
Adilro or apply to J E. yi8EMAN,
Goueral Biuincis Agent! .N0.1 27' Bier.
FOlt SALE. t
One Beautiful Koa Show Case
Velvet lined, 0 fecit long, '
Bo-vclcd fiont. Two lockrf with dupli.
cato keys. '
2110 at E. O. HALL &SON1
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SITUATION HiH'prlVnto wntchman'hy
kji a ober,ihU!HUv man. Jiiniiiiro'iii
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huge invoices to nnlye.
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A large Consignment of
,1 'lYOft c n'jjnnn uiiiiihjui
enlo in quantitics'to shiti "' ''
,r Xotico of llHNolntlon.
THEVco-pArtnei-sliii) hcrciofore" exist
fiiignbefweciiiBriico.CKrtwrirfil.W. S. Luce aud A. W. Bush. ,uiulor..tlie,firm
nahie or strife 'of the Union HVpiI Cri.. 1.
Jhhidny,lis?olVcd.l -t ji (1 -
Dated 'Honolulu', January 8, 1883." '
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THE pnilncrsi'i'ip licretoforc cxistinc
botweeri the 'snld '-li.irtips' nlm?
, lucntioncd'wa's dot dlsColvcil oil-tlic 28th
!."Jr oi.'jucjcemUcr.nlBSa. Thoi tmder-
Dated.Hqnplulu.iJniinS, 1888. t292-lm
rpnE Uniop,Fecd,Coinpaiiv, tompocd
X of Brute Cartwright, V. 8. Luce,
aud A. iW. Bush was dissolved' on the
28th day of. December, 1882,. Bruce Cart,
wriolit purchasing the entire Interest of
W. b. Luce and A. W. Bush, who from
the 28th December, 1882, cea&'ed to be
pnrtncrsilu the paid Unlon'FcedComp.
any. Bruce Cnrtwright, the purchaser,
ahsumlng nil liabilities of,Baid Company
prior to dato of dissolution thereof. 1
W. S. LUCE.
2lilm A'. W. BUSH.
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t Voiice.'i' ' '
'Hnvirtg pnrfclias'cdthcgoodiwill of the
Hotel Street jrarkot, 'wo ate now pre
pared, tq supply old customers! nnd new
ones wljh, the, bust quality of Beef, Mut.
ton P6rk, Veal, Poultry and Eggs at
markct'priccV. ' '
Duijijjiug Mippucirwiiii'iivc stoelc.
I OAVENAGHi & Co!
Honolulu, January,-1883. , '202
" ' T ' Notice.
ALL persons Jinving clainiK agaiilsl
ithc Estatcof tM. J. Kosc, deceased,
willplcas,e prLcuh,tliQn to the under,
signed; nnd,all ucrqui) jijdcbtcd.tMjtjic
above E-tate will please settle accounts
by payment to ' ' "
i ' . 1 'F.'A BOHA'EFEll.
,nonoltilu,jiin. lli-J88d. '1 ' . 2Wlw
i" i 11 in 1 " n 1 .
f.)TOTEnS of hcaj B,m, wilnlwnys
V' llnd It to their advantage to place
theiri'IioiiHos'iaiid lands 'In tny care for
fdlspoial.as I am the only'iicknowletiged
Heq Ebtutc.Broker.on.the Islands;
Agents and PlantcrR,nnd nil otherem.
ploycrs ofiincclmnlcHi and laborers will
ilq well to notify ,1110 when Yueunoiett oc
I ,I'Crtj0'Ji dccdslionds, morlgages.mnii
nil, other legal paqcrs, drawn in prpper
Bpoks nud 'accounts kept,
' Custom cnti'jcx, '
1 1 1 ) 1 1 1- 1 1 1 1 1
Letters and.Eugrosslng.done, ,
land t general .business lofllco work of
fiycfy dcscrIpon attended to.ttud always
oji the most, rcaspniiblo tcf ins, j ,,,,;,
JOSEPH, E. WISEMAN, ..;
Pfflco 27 Merchant Street,iHouoJul'u
rclcphono 172. ' P. O. Box, U15
The Hotel Street fyjirket
Hh now in.' 11 iWsllj6h to'supiily lltc'ir cue.
1 ' I'nerswith! ' r '
Prjin MuttoiiVeaJ,, , ',
anit everythlug'iii tjio'ncajlntv ,' ,M 1
Send ii; yoiir orilcrs. 0P,rompi dpyery.
2?1 ,; Qxvptwi Co. , ,
A. S. CLEOHORN & Co.
Have lece-cd a large assoituient of.
to hx 11 UiWjys.p.f pmaiiei ,. J81
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