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FRIDAY, JAN. 26) 188B.
"this day's doings. - "
. Lecture ntLyeuein, :it 7:00.
Improved Order of Red Men, at
Morning Star Lodge, K. of J. nt
THE "MODERN AGB."
We have received from Mct9is.
J. AV. Robertson & Co. tlio first
number of a new monthly ningmiitc
pliblished iu the States. It is of very
low price, fio that wc hardly expect
ed much from it, but on reading it
through we "were agreeably surprised
by the varied style nnd excellent
quality of its contents, which consist
of good articles extracted from the
best English and Continental maga
zines. To us, who live where the
opportunity of getting a sight of nil
the magazines published is an ini-
possibility, it is n convenience to
have their best extracts presented to
ns in tliis form ; but to the original
nulhor and publisher it must be a
considerable annoyance to find one's
best articles stolen by others whom
they cannot reach.
The morning Star
Had a most successful voyage, re
turning a month earlier than was ex
pected. She brings back one native
missionary with his family, and Mr.
nnd Mrs. A. S. Houston. All well
on board. She is 37 days from
Police court January 24.
W. Jones and Jno. Brnnchcr, re
manded from the 21th ; the first was
sentenced to 10 days imprisonment
ivith hard labor, and 81 costs; the
other was let off with a reprimand.
Daniel Namau, remanded from the
24 th, vol pros.
Kale, drunk, forfeited bail $G.
Kauiela, malicious injury, lined
$6 and $1 costs.
Yin Loek,,gross cheat, remanded
from 24th; lie obtained S 38 from
another Chinaman under the impres
sion that he would furnish a quan
tity of concealed opium ; lie failed to
do so, and tried to blip out of the
bargain, but did not refund the
money ; sentenced to GO days and
Arrived yesterday, -12 days from
Callao. The following is her list of
Captain, II. Wil 'ill.
Licnt. Commili Irr.-, D. G. Woodrow, L.
Lieutenant, .1. YV. Carlin, J. II. 0. Coffin,
II. F Tickbohm.
Master, .1. 31. ltopcr. '
C.idet Midshipmin, L. Kanuniiiiy, F. J.
Moses, F. L. Bonlll, J. A. Kimball, D.
31 or mm.
Surgeon. C. II. "White.
Passed As-st. Surgeon, A. C. Jlcfllngcr.
Paymaster, W. 11. Wooclhall.
Ch'iof Engineer, .1. Q. A. Zieglcr.
Pushed Asst. Engineer, G. 15. Tower.
Asst. Engineer, It. T. Ishcster.
Cadet Engineur, .1. L Wood, A 15 Smith
First Lieutenant Marino, S- Meiccr,
P.iy' Officer.'. Clcrl;, W. Long,
i Jioiitswaln, P. Haley,
Gunner, E. A. McDonald,
C.irpcnter, P. T. Waul,
local & General items.
Tiik mail for San Francisco, per
bark Knlakaua, closes at the l'ost
Ollice this day, at 1 o'clock.
, 1: V--.
Ivin'g street, thib side of tho What
Cheer House, is being fixed up. It.
is a good thing, no it was needed.
Yestkiuuv Hags at tho Govern
ment Buildings and Consular offices
were kept flying at half-mast in re
Kpcct to tho memory of the late
' MksSksV Holies '& Co. had' the foot
path in front of their establishment
remixed yesterday, so as to put it in
good condition. The cnnhifjc-wtrj'
through their yard was also attended
At the pigeon-shooting Munich at
Kulihi, on WediUbday afternoon, MY
W. linger made the best score with
11 out of 14 birds, and Mr. J. Haley
ennio next with 10 out of the same
Tin: Lackawapiia has had t in
jury to her injection valve. A diver
will be bent down, and it wiU take
two or threodays to repair. If iio
news is heard of the Suez, then sho
will start outin search of her. '
Tin: .Hew Hall- of the Honolulu'
Athletic Association will be officially
opened on the 2nd of February by a
general meeting of all members.
All dues unpaid should be handed
ovef'lo the' Trcasilrcr" before the
The Biilish man-of-war. Mutinc is
expected from l'ci u this week, and
the French man-of-war Lanier on
the -1 tli. The Wachusclt is expect
on the 2nd. All of them come for
the Coronation. Admiral Lyons of
tlicU. S. Navy is expected eaily in
"Wr. liavc received two very line
memorandum calendars for 1883
from Mcsss. J. AV. Robertson &
Co., and also one from Messrs. J.
M. Oat, jr., & Co. These little
offerings arc always acceptable to
business men, and the present forms
aic just suited for exhibiting the
notes of the week at a glance.
Mil. "Weils lias just received a
consignment of very valuable Japan
ese goods for the Coronation by the
ntcaincr. Most of his goods,
though, arc on board the Suez. Yet
tiiosc that have come surpass iu
beauty of design and richness of
quality any before' seen on tlic.se
islands. Two very fine cases of
Shippon ware attract immediate at
tention, and the lovely tctc-i-(c'c
lea sets completely charm the
tusthcliu bosom. Amongst other
tliingb we noticed sonic extra large
Coronation fans intended for hoiifec
His Excellency Sir "William Jcr
vois, who lias been nominated to the
Governorship of New Zealand, is
expected in "Wellington about the
middle of January. All the Minis
leis will then be assembled at the
scat of Government to meet him.
Favourable anticipations prevail
throughout the colony of the Gover
norship of Sir William Jcrvois, who
is known to be a man of ability,
and who is highly esteemed in
South Australia, where he is at prc
Operations arc to be commenced
immediately for the erection of the
sugar refining woiks at the North
Shore, near Auckland. The place
is to be erected by a Melbourne
company, who will bring the raw
biigar from Fiji. The establishment
will employ a large number of
The transit of Venus, on Dec. 7,
was successfully observed through
out New Zealand. The sun rose
with the planet .half across its disc,
so that the great' object of the New
calaiid stations was to note the
point's of egress. The American
Government sent an expedition, con
bistiiig of Mr. Edwin Smith and
1'rofi' Pritclictt, accompanied by two
photographers, and they look up
their position iu the Auckland
Domain. Fortunately tho morning
was clear, and the American astro
nomers were able to obscive tho
transit till the planet emerged from
the sun. They also took seventy
four photographs. The party sent
out by the English Government,
under Col. Tupman. took up its
position at Burnhain, iu Canterbury,
and were also, successful in their
A cablegram has been rceoived
"fro'iTrEnglifiul slating tliaTTTcoiii
mibbion was about to 'bo'scnt out to
inquire into the affairs ofWcstcrn'
Polynesia, and tho working of the
"labour ti ado," and that it was to i
be composed of Sir Arthur Gordon,
lately Governor of Fiji and of Now
.e;iiuul, of Admiral Hopkins, ami
Sir Samuel Wilson. It lias caused
great astonishment hero that Sir
A. Gordon should be appointed?
As High Commissioner ho has had
tho admiuibtratiou of the law, and
his administration has given great
dissatisfaction to tho colonists of
Fiji, and to all engaged iu the island
tiado. Jt ib hoped that there in
mistake in the announcement, and
that it is intended that Sir Ailhur
Goidon shall bo a witness only be
fore tho conimibbiou.
Tho New Zealand Shipping 'Com
pany have advertised their intention
to put steamers on the direct ser
vice,. 'The British King, of 35f9
tons, is to leave Lomlpn on the 20th
of January next, for AVclliuglQii and
Lyttcltoni and is to be followed by
the British Queen, which is to leave
about flic end of April. The com
pany have liowii great enterprise in
thimnttcr. Thc.uijs will be fit
ted lip with refrigerating apparatus,
m ns to convey meat and dairy produce,-.
$jjt (Jsinticjpatet-. lfnt this
direct Vtfmu) couiiuuiiiciitioii'wjll be
of great advantage to the colony, by
promoting an excellent class of im
migration, and by finding a market
for the surplus produce 'of the co
lony.' The Parliament, In its last
sesssion, authorized the Government
to ndvertiso'for Ic'iideriTfor a direcT
scryicc) with a subsidy of 20,000
Coitain conditions, however, were to
be imposed, which, it is thought,
shipowners will not bo inclined to.
submit to. However, theie is mio
doubt as to tho carrying out of the
cnloYjiriso of the New Zealand .Ship
"Oh, yes," said the engineer,
J' 1 had a chance to become a hero,
by sticking to my post when the
collision came, but when I reflected
that my name would be spelled i00
different ways iu the newspapers 1
changed my mind and jumped."
A COMPETENT DRUG CLERK or
active lmsluc- young ninn. Arf
lil v iniuiciliiitclv to .1. A. P.u,-ir.u fc Go.,
IPS Foit Mi eel. 1107
rpiIE Ihin nfP.u.Mr.n Si Kit.iinrux is
JL th! day diolved liv liiulnal con
(&ij,ieii; AV w KILBOUIlNji
ilu, Jrtli. 25, 1883. '-'-' - '
.1. A. PALMER & ELMER If. TIIA..
CHER linvo this iliiy formed n Co-pnrl-nerMiip
umlcr the linn name of John J.
Pai.muii & Uo.
J. A. PALM15R
Honolulu, Jan. 25, lb8:).
MESSRS. Vy TV. HALL vt C. IS
hiie licrn iippoh ted -sjr:
aiJL lane licrn ininoi
the E-tnte of Phil. Stein.
All pei-on liming claims nj;.inM this
Estate will please, picsent them, and all
persons Inilulitcd to this Estnte will
please settle aceounls liv pavnient to
At II. Hackfcld & Go's.
Honolulu, Jan. Siiih, 188J5. :)07 2w
Xoticc: i ,
JAMES IIAXL6N will attend to lame
and siok horses. Call at his shop
on Bethel street, on Brim's premises!. !!07
T7I1ILE lliankins: the pulilio for the
ti very lilieial patronage accorded
to liim in tho agepcy liu-unes.s, would
now state 1 lint lie hasi'sold the good will
ofliN intelligence olllee buincss'to M.
Refeiring to the above, I bog to plate
that I am now iu a position to suppjy
help of any desired nationality. By at
tention to business I hope to uphold the
reputation of the "Labor Agency" so
successfully established liv mv prede.
eessor. II. MEDHITRSP,
;t() Hotel street.
One Lawn Tennis Set
FOR SALE BY
00711 H. II.VCKFELD & Co.
For liinie Corned Beci
Spiced ltuuiulh ;i' l!ccf
Call or send vour idei.s to the
!HOTEL STREET MARKET.
!!07 . fl'eleplione 2:!0.
TO 'KENT, on Kul.iokaluia
Plains, coner of Kinnu and
Pensacol.i stieets, one LARUE
COT.TAUE, containing Pailor, Hinin
Room, it ISediooms, .Bath-room with all
model u conveniences; large Paiitry and
Kitchen, with latticed vei.tnd "loom
attached ; also Stable, with tw o M'dK hay
and carriage looms; nnd 2 rooms for
servants. .Forfiulher parliculais apply
to WM. "V, Hall. ilO.i
TATO LET a Cottage, contaiii
e8iwfflnS'no T'loonii, with stabling lind
gr.inr-wSevery convenience, situated on
thoPlaiiih, one mile from town. Aite
sian well water. For particulais npph'
to A, ,FERNANDEZ,
200 1m atJ5. O. Hall & Son's.
STRANGERS will Ibid u
,at lia Kuuani(Vcnue. "Itooins furnish
ed Biiiglo or suite, at' model ato'ehaiges.
JOO (lm ' MRS..T.T."VinTB.
To Let, '
A. rLEAS.VNT.COiri'AGE, rentrally
XX. located, s
ultiibhj for two gentle
IMMEDIATELY, u neatly furnished
or paitly furnished Cottage, In a
pleasant neighborhood, for a gentleman
and hi? family. Will pay a good rental.
Apnlv or addiest, immediately to J. E.
Wihum.vn, Genera1 Business Agents.
ANYONE having a copy of J. W.
Kauwahl's "Form Book" to dis
posii of, will llnd a piiiclmscr by bending
ISO-J If J. W. Konr.iiTsox & Co,
A1U5SPECTABLE TIDY GIRL .or
middle aged woman to take cine
of children and act as nurse, and to tra
wl with tho family in foiolgn lauds.
Comfoitablo homo otlored with bail
Addro bs or apply to J E.i WISEMAN,
General Busiuops Agunt, No. 27 Mur
cliiint Htruet. 30.S lw
W fltei obiii50ii.
iw. . - t
Reserve tills space for :uitioiuiccmgjils.pf
. '- VJL4r- W-i-U- '.
i ,,'. of which thuyiUhVc lm go Invoices to ui rlvc.
"Novelties "in "all "Linos of Agricultural Implements,
.J issi. Xcccisvbcl,,
Kerosono Oil, in iiuicct nozzle cans, 150 Fire Test,
fiom Eastern Itellneis, for tale injpuiutities to suit, ., ,
at very low prices. , i
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
Between the Hawaiian Islands and the United States, and
between tlieHIawaiiau Islands and '
.r. TU. WISEMAN,
Real Estate Broker,, Employment Agent and General
Olllee, 27 Meicliant stiect, Hawaiian Gnzctto Block.
The only lecognizcd Real Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and propeily for sale In all parts of Honolulu and the various Island. ' "
House;, to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, tbroughout. Honolulu.
To arrive per barkentine " Eureka."
200 bales Callfoini i Hay,
200 Sacks Oats,
200 Sacks Bran,
200 Sacks Corn,
200 Sacks Giound Barley,
200 Sacks Barley,
200 Sacks Potatoes.
, F. S. Pkatt'& Co., Auctioneers.
THE FIRST OF
Prof. C. H. Hitchcock's
Course of Five
under the auspice of the Y. M. C. A.,
will be delivered
On XVitljij-, .Tiuiiuvi-.v SO,
at 7:30 o'clock,
l.s U1U JUJCUlllll.
Subject "What may be learned from
Admission, 1; tickets for thc'wholc
coiuse of live lectures, iJU. Children
under 12, half-piice.
Tickets obtainable at the bookstores,
from mombeis of the Committee, and at
the door of the Lyceum. HOP 2t
Show CnHe For Sale.
A FINE SHOW CASE, 8 feet long,
with packing case; can be seen
from 10 to 12 o'clock, next Wilkinson's
Express Office, King st. ' :100 iSt
LAWRENCE & FREETH, ,
Plans and Est i mates fui nished for works
of construction. Civil Engineering tfc
Surveying Ollice, It) and 21 Merchant st,
n bow J. W. Robeitson & Co's.
300 P. O. Box, 101. ly
NOTICE. Tho Captain or
Aleuts of IliOsliaik Hermann
jvill nott be rcspongiblojfor
nnv (tenth contiaeteit ny any
of the oilicers or ctow of-silid vessel.
itfOl lw F. A. Sciiakkkk & Co., Agents
By the Btmr City 9f New York,"
D I1R e;c T '
A U.5 T R A L I A,
Einbioid'ercd luul plain cntjl." ' '
Bridles in'Rnsset&Blk leather
The llucU' c'cr Imported into tlic
I . , , lands i also, "
Solid Leather Portmanteaus,
Carpet Bags, Pouches, and
Russet Leather Saddle Bags,
.r. II. JLiYNOIl'S
300 ' ' No.'88 King street.
THE uiulei'slgncd having puioiiascd
Metropolitan and City Markets
On Ring atnt Niiuiinu (streets, Honolulu,
will carry on tho same on bn own ac
count under the tradename of
Ah froni'tlie'lrtf January', 1883. Jf
Wiyt ' UiwiuvrJoiiXBOjiiWAw-ui.
" il .! -J.lV
s V . Jta.
M" : ' !
i wmmmwmmmmtmmm-r eff,
A large Coiislgnnier.t of " ' '' '"
Saddluh asd Haukkss.
of all kinds on hand, or jf-
s niado to order.
No millinery or dry goods for sale hcr.c.
No steam plows or Gorham silver ware.
No wines or spirits for sitlc.
No imported Coronation stock lierc.
No boots, shoes or Peter Funk jewelry;
But if you want satisfaction in my line
call on infc'nt King nt. , 303
The ltewt Tnrnont in Town.
iso ucr anu carciui urivcrs.
Telephone, 289. ' 303
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICE is heieby given that tho firm
of Broglie, Spear & Co. is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. A. "
All claims will be paid by C. Brogllc
nnd J. A. bpenr. ana nil (tents will bo
collected by them.
The business will continue under the
linn name of Broglie & Spear.
John A. Si'KAii.
Honolulu, Jan. 13, 1883. 208 lm
JB Notice -a
ALL DEBTS duo to the undersigned
must be paid on or before tho 31st
January, otherwise they will be placed
iu the hands of a collector.
201 2w CAPT. MAHCHANT.
AT tho Annual Meeting of the East
Maui'Plnillaiion Co., held nt Hono.
lulu, January 17th, 1883, thofollowing
pjUcers vcio elected for tho ensuing
Col. W. F. Allen, President
J. 15. HolTniniin .Yice President
P. O. Jones, Jr Sec'y nnd Trca
W. F. Allen Auditor
Messrs. "W. F. Allen, A. G. Ellis, nnd
P. C. Jones, Jr.
300 3y. 'P. C. JON ES, Jn, Sec'y'
ATmi meeting of the Directors of Ka
ipiohmitPark AsHociation held Jan.
18th, 1883, thp, following oilicers w (fto
elected for the ensuing rear, viz:
A. S. Cl'eghorn. . . . .. .President. '
'Dr.HTi S. McGrcw....Vlcc-Prcs.
' H. R. Mncfarlnnc Secretary.
Cecil Brown Treasurer.
1L K. MACFAItLANE,
Having puichnscd tho good-wlll of the
,Hotj:l Street MarkeJ, we are now pre
pared to supply old customers and now
ones with the best quality of Beef, Mut
ton Pork. Ycal, Poultry and Eggs at
Shipping supplied with live stock.
CAVENAGII & Co,
Honolulu, January 8, 1883. 2W
Tho Hotel Street Market
Is now n a position to supply their cus
Prime Mutton, Veal,
and everything in tho meal line.
Send in your orders. Prompt delivery.
201 OAVENAOII& Co,
Telephono No. 230,
AND BAKK11Y. '
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
PuUry Cook and' Baker. ' ' 1
Nu.7AI?otn!j,tv' ' Tolophonq ' 7.