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MONDAY, JN. 7, 1884.
OCEANIC S. 3. CO.
KOU HAN I'llANCtsCo.
Mai Iposa. . . .Leaves Honolulu, Juu. loth
Alameda.... I.eflvcS Honolulu. Feb. 1st.
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
PON AU0KLAN11 AND 8VDNKY:
Zoalnndla.. On or about Jan.
Diamond Ilcail, Jun. 7, G:30 a.m
Light N. E. wind.
Solus Emnw & Ktmlkcnotili off port
" " ARRIVALS."
Stnir Kilaucn Hon from Kuliului
Stmr C R Bishop from Hnimikua.
Stmr Iwnlnni from Knuni
Stmr Kinau from windward ports
Stmr Lchua from Mntii
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Bk Spartan for Hongkong
Schr "Wnimnlu for Kolon
Schr Wailclo for
From Knhului, per Stmr lulauea
Hou, Jnn 5 Cnpt Hobron and wife,
T W Hobron, W II Bailey, wife and
2 children, C Smith, Paul Isiuberg,
Mr Hackfcld, Mrs Kuilani, C ,T
Fishel, S. Decker and GO dedk.
, From Kauai per Iwalani, Jan. 0
H Townscnd, H Wilcox, Mrs ilohn
son, H Tohort, Mr Langnlin, -1 Chi
nese and 40 deck.
From Ilumakua per C R Bishop,
Jan G Mrs Davis, and 8 (lock.
From windward ports per Kinau,
Jan G Mrs Kenway, Mrs Kahulu, J
Cushingham, J Kela, G Burnett, C
Aiona, W B Olson, G W Pilipo, W
S Akana, 0 Mashke, Akim, Miss G
"Werness, Master Wood, Mrs Woods
M.ts Wells, Miss Woods, Miss Lpw,
Miss Wells, Misses Ronton, Miss
Ilinds.JC Notley, C B Miles, Y Kalai
and.son, Mrs' Leslie, 3 children and
servant, Mrs Parker, 2 children and
servant, Mrs Wallace, Miss Richard
sou, Misses Gays and servants, F P
A'astings, Miss Makee, A H Smith,
W C Jones and 2 children, D Mac
kenzie, G Irvine, It Vallenfiuo, P IsT
Makee, M C Strohlein, W McKay,
T Cummings, Mrs Campbell and 3
servants, Mrs Dodd, Miss Lucas, W
Y Horner, H A Heene and wife, H
Turton and wife. C H Took & wife,
Mrs Kahololio and child.
The Elsinoic received some more
freight on Satin day. She will probably
sail on Wednesday next.
The Dora Blulnn discharged some
very large timber on Saturday.
. The Hope has increased her speed of
It is doubtful when or where the
Hazard will sail.
The hull of the Ella has been re
painted. Some conner was nut on the keel of
the W. II. Diinond by two natives on
The Stmr Kilauea Hon brought 300
bags of sugar and 47 bbls of molasses.
She will go on the Marine Railway to
day to bo cleaned. Shu' sails' to
morrow. The bgtno J. D. Sprcckels arrived at
Kahulnl on Friday, ltti days from San
Stmr Iwalani brought 1911 bags of
sugar, 790 bags paddy, ii4 bags rice, SO
bags pai, and 11 hides.
Stmr O R. Bishop brought 1100 bags
In this city, January G. Joseph Mar
cos, aged 5 years and 4 months. The
funeral will take place at 2 p.m. to-day.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Woman of the People.
Tnn thermometer fell below 00 early
on Saturday morning.
Tin: January number
Chronicle is to hand.
of the Church
i A woman wants,
some small children.
to take charge of
Important business will be brought
before the Algaroba Lodge to-night.
The quarterly meeting of the Humane
Society'takes placo this evening at 7:30.
, Canon Klngsley said of tho Woman
of the people : "It is as good as a ser
mon." A' meeting of Engine Company No.
1 will' be held this evening at 7:!10
j The box ofllce for The Wopian of the
People will open to-morrow morning at
Wiseman & Ashley's.
The subscription list to tho new
library fund now readies 5,000, half
tho amount required.
The second anniversary ball given by
Court Luualllo, A. O. F., No. 0000,
tnkes place to-morrow night in the K.
of P. hall.
The last news from tho Julia reported
that Killpatl, the minister at Nonouli,
had been stabbed by one of the "simple
and ignorant people."
' A vekv large whale was. sqcii outside
tho harbor on Saturday morning. Where
wore our whalers that gonerally blow
as successfully as the whale?
1 'Loud Derby's despatch to tho Austra.
llan Agents-General, on the subject of
Annexation, is reproduced from Life on
t he huilh riige ol ti .duy'paper.
,v J ' -' J .
The Alert aril veil off potl ycMcidny
riftcrnoon and received 8lx of her de
serters. - -j .
TltB Saturday Pivss compositors
moved to their new loom in Campbell's
block, and greeted their friend across
the way with 11 eaid on which was
printed Aloha (,'ihrtc. '
Mit. A. K. Kunulnken will l!iml for
Honolulu on the Independent ticket hi
place of Mr. .1. I. Dowsutt, Jr. The full
ticket is now Mr. J. O. Carter, Mr. J. U.
Kawalnul, Mr. A. P. ICulaukoa and Mr.
A. 1C. ICunitlukea.
The performance at thi'MuMe Hall on
Saturday night was again crowded and
far more succc sful in every particular
than any of the previous enteitalnmeiiis
Judging froin.the steadily increasing
number of immigrants lauded on the
l'aeillo Coast from Japan, a California
paper predicts that the government will
In a few years bo called upon to deal
with the Japanese as it has With the
At a meeting of the Library Associa
tion last week, it was agreed, on loeoin
mendation of the board of management,
to allow all public school chlldien the
free use of the library on bringing a
card of recommendation from the piln
cipal of the school.
Tun Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
adjourned, at their meeting last week,
till February to amend the by-laws In
consequence of the recent sale of stock
to Mr. Campbell. There aie now 3.V
subscribers to the company, and ." ap
plication for instruments, which will be
tilled as quickly as possible'
A i.au is woiking out thirty days
hard labor for deserting her husband.
Three native boys were, on Saturday.
committed to the Reformatory School,
for thirty days, for stealing P from a
Chinaman. A disorderly conduct re
ceived forty-eight hours, and two cases
of assault and battery were remanded.
Honolulu had a narrow escape from
losing the band on Saturday. The boat,
containing the boys and their master,
as it was conveying them from the Wai
anao landing to the steamer Walmanalo
capsized, and nearly thirty struggling
figures were seen in the water. Fortu
nately for us all, the only loss was three
of the instruments, and.' to the credit of
Mr". Berger, be it said, that, innnediafely
he landed, to went to the Music Hall to
f ulllll his engagement theie without
waiting to change his clothes.
Dk F.iwcctt, G. W. T., of Sydney,
when addressing the audience at the
Gaiety Theater, during the performance
of The Woman Of The People, saiil "A
mother took her little boy to see the per
formance, and, upon their return home,
tliccliild said to the father 'I saw a
man on the stage, anil he was rolling
and falling about just like you do when
you urc.scoldlng mama.' This so touched
the heart of the man that he went net
day and took the pledge." Dr. Fawcett
assured the audience that Ibis touching
fact came under his personal knowledge.
Tin: Coinage Case was heard before
Judge McCully on Saturday. Counsel
for the Government claimed that their
answer met. the prayer of the petitioners
in.cvery particular, and that, according
to practice in equity, tins injunction
should be dissolved. Mr. HnrtWcll, for
the petitioners, claimed that the answer
was evasive, and urged that plaintiffs
should have an opportunity to put in
evidence to prove that it was evasive.
The Attorney-General hoped that the
decision would be given at an earlv
HUE REGULAR QUARTERLY
Meeting of the Hawaiian Humane
Secicty will beheld at the Y.M. C. A.
This Monday Evening,
Jan. 7th, atl7iab o'clock.
A full attendance of members is dosired
003 It Secretary 11. II. S,
MR. M. LAUGHLIT being no-longer
in my employ, I hereby warn my
customers against paying any moneys
to him on my account.
Honolulu, Jan. 7, 1881. ,003 1m
THE Firm Name of Ashley & Hob
bard is this day changed to the
AMKMCAX KXI'KKHH OJIlMV.
AT THE Annual Meeting of Pacific
Hose Company No. 1, the follow,
ing Gentlomen were elected Oillcers for
tho ensuing vcar; Foreman A. II.
Baseman E,B, Hopkins resigned; Asbt
Foreman Fred. Harri-on A. II' Uiu-e.
man resigned : SucrotaryW. J. tyhlte
J. E. Wiseman resigned; ' Treasurer
S-IIttrrtson E. A. Williams resinned.
001 8t W.J. WHITE, Sec'y.
HTMIE Annual Meetluer of Die Reclnro-
X city' Sugar Co., will bo held on
Monday the 7th day of January 18 !, at
the olllcj of G. W, jMacfailano As Co , at
ton o'clock a.m. Stockholders are re.
quested to attend.
C. L. HOPKINS,
504 kt b Secretary.
Notice of Letter of Attorney.
1HAVE THIS DAY given to my Bon
William LMimiin by full Power of
Attorney, cinno wiring him to sign iny
name, and to lepriHcnt mo in all inattojh
of buainei.s during my (joining absence
fiom tho Kingdom.
Honolulu, Dec. 81, 163U. 5t)8 Iw
" !M iwmu Jim miiwm ni.ii' n ii i mm Limmm u irwwini
United wo Stand, Divided we Eallt
WSSfcMAN & ASHLEY,
THE ONLY IH-COtiNlZl-U
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENTS
IN THE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM!
rPH NEW FIRM TAKE MUCH PLEASURE IN STATING TO
.JL 1 the Business Community and the Public Generally, that they have fitted Up
one of the Elegant Ground Floors in the
NEW CAMPBELL FIRE-PROOF BUILDING,
On merchant fcsfroel, Honolulu,
Where they will conduct their Business hereafter, and be most happy to see their
patrons and friends who desiie tobestow on them their patronage, feeling assured
that all business transactions will be conducted by them In every particular to the
best of their ability, and on tho most reasonable basis.
encies : wells, Fargo & Co.,
HANIBLE & ST. JO, AND
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON & QUINCY RAILROADS,
HEAL ESTATE AND EMPLOYMENT,
Mutual Life Insurance Company, New York,
CITY Or LONDON FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
House, Money & Custom House Man !
BSfSpeelal attention in the following Departments will be our aim, and we
invite your careful perusal.-"
"WELLS, FARGO S CO., GENERAL FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
AGENTS We deliver Letters, Packages, Parcels and Money all over tho World,
send orders direct to our Agents likewise, to be tilled and returned. Ship through
out the United States and Foreign Countries Merchandise, Curios, &e., from the
Kingdom. agg-Always advise your friends abroad to bend Parcels, Packages,
Important; Letters and Money to you through WELLS, FARGO & Co., whose
Agencies are established in all large cities on the globe. Don't consider the ex
pense when sending through us, as" we will Guarantee you Satisfaction in every
particular, and hold ourselves responsible in all our undertakings.
Agent for the Hanible and St Jo., and Chicago, Burling
ton AND QUINCY RAILROADS.-r-Thesc Roads are the most Comfortable'and
Inviting Beads going East. Tourists will llnd the Scenery, the Palace Cars, the
Station Restaurants along these routes most inviting and superior, and Letters will
bo given to all Travelers and Tourists going either as 1st or 2nd class passengers
to the Principal Agent in San Francisco, who will take special pains in making
you acquainted with Railway OlllcltiW through letters, so that your trip will be
most enjoyable to the end.
Real estate agents, we Buy and Sell Real Estate in all
parts of tho Kingdom, Search Records and attend completely to every branch
in Selling Real and Leasehold Property. Our ofllce will contain maps of all
Properties left In our charge. We make a specialty in Collecting Rents, keep
ing Premises in repair, Paying and Discharging Taxes, Water Rates and effecting
Insurances. Owners of Property should bear in mind that we will relieve them
from given their attention to Property, guaranteeing at all .times to act with care
and for a nominal consideration for services in this department. Room, Cottages
and Mansions to let at all times on application to us.
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. WE SUPPLY ALL KINDS OP HELP, both
Male and Female, in all the various branches of Industry on these Islands
Agents, Planters, and Merchants generally should notify us when vacancies
exist, as we will furnish no help such as Clerks, Salesmen, Book-keepers. 'Mechanics
or Laborers unless well recommended to us.
Chinese Servants and Female Servants will be supplied to families at short
notice, for which a nominal commission is exacted.
LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS We feel it a duty to callevpry
man's attention (particularly a man of family) to keep his Life insured for the
benelit of his Family, who so often arc dependent upon his labors for their sup
port. Young men and mechanics would llnd it the most pleasant duty of their
lives to take out a Pol lev on the ''.Tontine" principal, when, in a few years,
should they live, they will have suflicient funds to engage in business, with a neat
liltlo income to back them. We invite you to ealll on us when we will take
pleasure in illustrating to you how beneficial it is for your welfare to be Insured I
Every man who owns Property should lemeniber that '"Fire," that grim
messenger often make- the rich, or well-to-do, poor and poverty stricken. Let
this be a warning to you, and call on us at once and protect yourselves against
MONEY TO LOAN. FROM $100. TO
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKERS. We have made special arrangements whereby
wi. i'mii Killer Goods :it the Custom House throutih Power of Attorney, and we call
upon all .Merchants and Store-keepers to make us their Agents at once. Our
Charges for this woikaie very Reasonable, and wo will Enter Goods, Pay and Dis
charge Freight and Duty Hills, and Deliver Your Goods direct to your places of
busine-iS in prompt ordeV. Merchants and Store-keepers will llnd this of great ad
vantage to them in every way.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENTS. Our long acquaintance with the Business
Community is well known, and wo invariably keep Inviolate all business matters
of a private nature. Bu-iues men who will intrust thoir'conmierolnl matters to us
may always feel safe in so doing. We study the interests of our clients at all
tinies, and advise on all business topics carefully, based on our best judgment.
In the General Business Department we. attend to everything in the Commer
cial line, such as the following, vi. : Hooks and Accounts Kept and Adjusted Ac
curately, Neatly and Satisfactorily. Hills Collected Promptly, and Proceedings
Taken Against Creditors when compulsion icquires a speedy settlement. Legal
Papers of every description, Mich as Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Partnership Papers, &c., drawn. ALSO Advertisements, Notices,
Articles, Communications and .Correspondence written. ALSO Memorials
Drafted and Engrossed, Drafts, Notes, Bills of Exchange, Letters of Credit, and
Bnnklng Matters Generally attended to.
ALL ORDERS FROM THE VARIOUS ISLANDS to us will receive prompt
neis. Wo can purchase at the lowest makket hates, and much more reason
ably than you can, and wc inspect everything before we buy, and, therefore, it is
to your Interest to send your orders to us, as we then become responsible, and the
small commission you pay us is less than what your purchases amount to buying
as yon have been doing diiect. ...
IlSyAU correspondence to us we take pleasure in answering without delay.
BgyWe invite everyone to inspect our new and spacious otllces, and have all
our departments working under a systematic rule, with polite assigtunts, central
lninttnii. nnd Mieelul advaiitaires for conductinc our business, we feel that the
community at largo will be gratllied in knowing that such a beneficial institution
lias been established, where the wants of all may bo supplied by
Your Most Obedient Servants,
WISEMAN & ASHLEY,.
General liuslness Aqcnts, Campbell's -Veto Jilock, Mevelmnt Street.
P. O. BOX 315. TELEPHONE :!17.
CSy-P. S. Our Christmas and New Year's Books- arc ready, and on applica
tion or by letter wo will piesent or send you one. 51)0.
Music I Music 1 1
LESSONS (,'ivon on tho PIANO at rea
sonable rates, at TeaohorV or
Pupil's own residence, by Mrs. A. Altman
lately fiom Now York, inqulie at 15
Emma street, between U and 5 p, m.j or
at A. M. Melllfl, Fort street Stoic, be
tween 11 and 2 o'clock. 580 lm
TOTICE IS hereby
riven that the
Undersigned have entered Into
parlnorphln as General Uusinesi Agents
in Honolulu, II. I., and that their Inisi-nc-ib
hereafter will be conducted under
the ilrm name of Wiseman 'fc Asliluv.
J. E. WISEMAN,
G. W. ASHLEY.
Mr. Wiseman & Mr. Ashley desire to
thank the public freneinlly for their
liberal patronugo bestowed upon thorn
while separately conducting inisinoss in
Honolulu as uenerai jiusiness auciui
mid they trust a LIHEHAL SHAKE of
pillmiiago lor llm new linn in the f inure.
A QUANTITY of Iron Hoop, 2x8.10.
AlbO, Iron Tanks. Applv to
0-ao Urn J. H. WUJNB.
$10,000 ON FIRST-CLASS SECURITY.
Minco Pies! Mince Pics!
Now ready, Rich and Finest Flavored
Xmas & New Year's
Surpassing in Quality any ever sold
before, and to bo had only at
AI.80, YQ1 SAJ,E.
Mince Meat. !
In any Quantity to suit for Family use.
tSTPleaso give the Article a trial, to
convince yourself of its MUCH SITE".
HIOR QUALITY to any imported,
Tho "Amy Turner."
INTENDING SHIPPEUS from Up,
ton are not I lied that the "Amy
Turner " will not leave Boston till 1st
mV . 9- BJl WR & Co, ,
My Elegant Assortment of New Goods
Selected by nm-elf in I Mm, hindoti, ami New Yok,
Are low Op it My for Inspection
j'V.IS't) fVJ-l!, 3iik1 aiiii'iNi
Neer lefore iuliodiicud heie,
Ladies', Misses', aid Gldreii's Boots and Shoes.
ET .IU3T SEE MY "a
Elegant Paris Made French Kid Gaiters,'
Do not fail to sec the '
New Styles and Colors in Jjiulies' and Misses' Silk,
Xiisle, and Balbriggun Hose.
NEW STYLES OF LADIES PURSES, in Peacock, Blue, Old Cold, and'-,
Maroon Plush, Arc., &c, Arc.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Gent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
It is not nece?ary for me to enumerate the many new poo Is now
introduced by me heie, but the
Ladies are invited to call and judge for themselves.
Honolulu, Nov. 22, 1883. am
BROGUE and SPEAR
Watchmakers, Engravers, Manufacturing Jewelers and Importers,
HAVE ON HAND, JUST ARRIVED
Diamonds and Other Precious Stones,
Waltham Watches Gold and Silver, , ,
For the Trade.
The Largest and Finest Assortment of GOLD ami SILVER JEWELRY, Solid
and SILVER I'LATED GOODS, ever Impoited into this Kingdom:
ClocJcSy Sjwctaclcs, and Jft.ye Glasses.
Gazette Block, No. 25 Merchant Street, ' i
Have received Consignments of New Goods,
Paper of every Conceivable Kind,
Memorandum blocks, blank Books, inkstands, lettbk Scales,1
Mucilago, Copy Books, Pens and Holdors, Envelopes, Drawing Paper, Memo
randum Books, Letter Presses, and Invitation Paper, Carter's Violet and In- '
deliblc Inks; Arnold's and Stafford's. Baseballs and Bats. Pocket '
Knives, Birthday Cards.
Red Rubber Stamp Agency.
; NEWS, NEWS, NEWS, NEWS, NEWS.
' Every MAGAZINE aiid PAPER published IN THE WORLD can he
OBTAINED from OAT,
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 77 and 81
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(Hinto 3I. .T. ROSE.)
All orders for Wheol-vchlcles of every description filled with promptness and
dispatch. Firht-claRS Mechanics employed all the year round.
&- FINE CAltRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY, -a
Nothing too hot or too heavy form. TRM CARS, OMNIBUSSES. PLANTA
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX CARTS, nuido to order, nltcicd or lepaiied.
Our Horse Shoeing- Department
Is under the supervision of a practical mnn a mechanic second to nor.'j. Wo
have no use for soaking scnlds or rot tubs. All work guaranteed.
5ChargcB moderate. WHITMAN & WRIGHT.
408 ly 7.ri. 77 pud 81 Kin.: Stree.
Wc have received a fuitlier consignment of Messrs. Mirrlce? , Wntsonut t'o.V
machinery t and have now on hand, leady for delivery. . ,
One Trlpple.Etiect, on handsome wooden iron staging, containing 'M'M
square feet of heating surface, with pumping engine ,and dlschnigiuc nioi'ii.
' One Double.Ell'ect,
engine ami montjm.
One set of Four Weston's Patent Centrifugals, with enginu and mixer.,
One 6et of Two Weston's Patent Centrifugals. i
Having Increased facilities for tho manufacture of these uaehlnes, the
Woston's.Patent for which, in Great Britain, has cxpiredv we tirp thus en
abled to oiror tltem at materially reduced prices. ! '"'
' - . i.
"Wo have a full assortment of
bauds and hushes, etc.
Two Diagonal Engines, each inch by 12 Inch'.' '' '
' , i ii
Clarillers, Flat Oooers, 8x03 .anil 0x5x1.7;
One spare Top Roller, for 20 inch liy 51 inch mill.
One spaie Side Roller, for 2(1
l.'i ,i S hi.
Onij f.p.ire InteniiedatoSpur Wheel,
l . 532
HJm"VJiMfM-MMWiw I IWM'M!M.I
among which wl
Jr., & CO.
or he will send for them.
75, 77 and 81
.(.ipiare feet of lieatliig surface, with
Centrifugal spaiej llniugi, brasses, rubber
i ' i . ' . . it ,M.h
.and f,fti 5utU
.' 7.!i i 'ywi
inch by 54Jnch mill,.)
for gearing of 20,nieli by
r. i ...in
, , W. Macfaiiane & Co.
if b !..( . , tl j
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