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WEDNESDAY, JA.N. 10, 188-1.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
KOIl SAK 1'HANCIECO.
Alameda.... Leaves Honolulu, Feb. 1st.
Maripota. . . .Leaves H -rnilulu, Mar. lClli
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
KOH AUCKLAND AND 8YDNKY!
Zcalandtn On or about Jan. '20
Diamond Head, Jitn. 10, 0:00 n.ni
Light N. E. wind.
English ship 8 miles off.
Stun Jas Mnkcc from Kauai
Stmr Mariposa for S. P.
Stmr Kiifhit for windward ports
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Stmr Lchuti for Molokai & Mnui
Stmr O R Bisliop for Ilamakua
Stmr Mokolii for Koolau
Schr Nettie Merrill for Lahaina
Solir Waimalu for Kolou
Schr Mnna for Onomea
Schr Piuinhi for llanalci
' VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Stmr Jas Makce for Kauai
Schr Ilnlcakala for Pepeckeo
Schr Rainbow for Dimonri Head
For San Francisco, per S S Mari
posa, Jan. IS S Colin, Mrs Geo
MeLane, Dr T M Larson, Capt Von
Schmidt and wife, J Lynn, II Bcrgcr,
ex-Governor F P Low, .Mrs Paul
Neumann, Capt B Dexter, C Brown,
Mrs Johnson, J Calhoun, A Vernon,
MBlumfield, R Hall, S P Green, J
Riley, C Smith, J May, II Langen
berg and family, G MuhardV Dr R
Caldwell, J Ruckcr, A G Ellin, L
Ramsdell, Mrs M Phillips and son,
L Paulin, M Viver, L Erdmann, T
Clopper, S Styncmann, F B Barlets,
J T Van, W J Bryson and 4 Chinese.
From. Kauai and Waianae, per
stmV Jas Makee, Jan 15 T W Man
chester, wife aud two children, Judge
Kakina, Mrs J S AVebb, 1 Chinaman
and 12 deck.
For Molokai & Maui per Lehua,
.Inn 15 I'lio Campbell, It Mitchell,
A Unna, Rev A Mackintosh and 12
For windward ports, per Kinnu,
Jan 15 Mr Spencer anil 2 children,
P N Makee and family. V Y Hor
ner, Dr W Lnndan, Rev W B Olc
son, II A Hcen, W Gratz, Miss1
Gcrtz, E W Cowels, II Belknap, F
Du Prec, F Pagot,Mr and Mr3 C L
White, Mrs Friel and family, Miss J
Brown, Prof Strohlein, W II Bailey,
Capt T H Hobron, G T Taylor, J F
Noble and wife, H P Baldwin, Mrs
Woods, Mr Spencer, Mr Toler, W T;
Rhodes, Mr and Mrs Hastie, Mr and
Mrs D Nunan, W O Smith and 125'
For Kauai per Iwalani, Jan 15 R
A M'acfle, G N Wilcox, Capt Ahl
born, G Mundon, G Titcomb, Mrs
Donhousen, T II Hopken, F Clove,
O Stolz, and 35 deck.
Three divers.wero at work yesterday
repairing copper on tlie keel ol the Con
suclo. Tho Eva will finish discharging on
Friday, take in ballnst and go on the
Marine Railway on Saturday and sail on
Monday for Eureka.
A top gnilanliiast is being made for
The Mariposa sailed yesterday witli
13541 bags of sugar, 1038 kgs of sugar,
509 bags of rice, 008 bags ol paddy, 15.10
hunches of bananas, 028 bdls of hides,
1!! bdls of skins, 84 bdls of leaver, 10 sks
of peanuts and 200 bdls of suear-canc.
Total domestic vnluo $U7.W),ia.
Stmr Jas Makce brought 3010 bags of
sugar. She will sail to-day and return
r In Honolulu, Dec. 21, to the wife of
!. WE.Herrick, a daughter. '
At Kali hi, January 14th, A. Costa,
rige'd'53. Leaves a widow and 4 chil
dren. . - LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Colonkl Sprcckels was too ill yester
day to leave Ids house.
A solicitor, on his way homo to Eng,
laud yja the colonies, Is prepared to
Mil E. P. Adams hiis a largo furniture
sale to-duy at the lesidcnco pfMrL.
Way, Boretania Street.1- . (? f' i
The remains of a carnage, after an
accident, were left on lieietania Street
' Ulrs i Excellency W,JH.t Gibson cele
brates his sixtieth birthday to-day and
holds a reception from l'toiJ'o'eloek.
The Public Schools take a half holi.
duy to-day 19 celebrate the birthday of
tho President of tho lionrd of Education.
Tiirc troublo between the Sisters of
Mercy and -the Superintendent of tlie
branch leper hospital has been amicably
( , ,
1 1 ) Oonbui. McKinluy mart,o tho first, de.
'posit in tho now bank yesterday, hand.
ing a flvo cent piece to tho manager Mr.
W. O. Irwin.
ftiOTiiR'Bell Kock will probably 'benlni
first Bteanjcr ,of tlm new Hjiwolian lino
from 'Sail Francisco to' Honolulu aud
China.. , , ,
, Thh house of Mr. W. E. llcnickjon
l'uuciibowl Street, was entered by sonic
unknown sneak thief on Monday night,
nifd sdndry articles of Wearing apparel
Last night's perfoiniance in tlie
Musiti Hall was another ueecw, The
hull was crowded and the people were
pleased. The Symphony Club played
selections during tho Intervals.
Hon presides at the Union In the ab
sence of Mr. Cnuha, who, many will bo
sorry to hear, has been obliged to leave
Honolulu, for the llrst lime in llfleeu
years, In order to lccrult ids health.
Amonu the departures yesterday by
the Mnrlpon were Mrs. Paul Neumann,
Mrs. MeLane, ox-Governor Low, Mr.
Adulph Sprcckels, Haiidninster Uergcr,
Ellis the Orphan, and Cunlia this con
vivial. Tin: President of llic Uo.ird of Edilcn.
tion visited the Public Schools oil Mon
day and produced a new half dollar,
presenting It to the pupil who made tho
best essay against the circulation of the
Mn. R. Gcrkc warns persons against
trespassing on his propoity at Mtxinnlun.
Ho also oilers a reward of $25 for the
conviction of the persons that lobbed
his 'house and damaged his propel ty on
An important decision was given in
the Supreme. Couit on Monday.. Two
Chinamen had entered an objection to
the authority of an Attorney-General ad
interim taking proceedings against thcni(
but tho Court overruled their objection.
Tin: Mounted Police force was taken
out to Palatini, to the top of Nuuiimi
Valley and back to the stables on Mon
day for exercise. People generally ex
pressed surprise at the smart appearance
of the men and tho good quality of the
Coi.oni:l Sprcckels negotiated his
loan with the Government by giving
them gold, receiving bonds in exchange
for it. The letter of our correspondent,
that appeared last week, on this subject,
was not far sliprt of the mark. Who
will pay him his commission ?
Tiik Schr Moi Keiki, while entering
Piiuloa harbor on Monday, loaded with
lumber, went on the reef, but was got
oir with the loss of her rudder. Mr. A.
P. Cooke's steam launch was sent down
aud rendered assistance, and will pro
bably return to-day with tho schooner in
A native, in IDimakua, Hawaii, was
riding over a biidge on New Year's day
when his horse slipped, causing a dan
gerous gash in tlie man's neck. Dr.
Greenfield attended him and ho was pro
gicssing favorably until a native doctor
undertook to dress the wound. The man
The Great Temperance play, The
Woman of the People, will be lepio
ducc.1, by special request, to-nioirow
evening :.t the Music Hall. Tills play
has caused the greatest excitement
among temperance people, and a
crowded house is anticipated. The box
office is now open at Wiseman & Ash
ley's. Mnssns. Pied Hagot and Frank Du
Pree left yesterday, by steamer Kitiau,
with their horses, to make a tour of tho
island of Hawaii. The new directory
promises to be a comprehensive one,
and although the ,job entails a vast
amount of work, it will doubtless be ac
complished satisfactorily. Messrs. Ragot
and Du Pree proceed from Hawaii to
Maui and Kauai.
The pew bank was serenaded yester
day afternoon by the Hawaiian Band.
Speeches were made and success aud
prosperity to the bank were toasted with
cheers. Mr. W. G. Irwin and the junior
partner in the bank, Mr. Samuel Parker
Hubsequently recoived an ovation of.nine
times nine. The hpys were regaled with
lieur and presented with tome of the
At the adjourned meeting of tho Hn
mnnc Society on Monday night only
seven members .were present Tho hoard
of management met and elected tho fol
lowing members: Chn'i. N. Spencer,
honorary member; R. W, Meyer, C. N.
Arnold, Rev. 1. Lyons, F. Sinclair, Dr.
J. K. Smith, W. C. Parke, J. Hind, G.
W. WU fong, W. 1). Alexander, T. II. Da
vies nnd F. Higglns. The Pro-ddcnt re
ported that lie had Issued circulars
throughout tho Islands which hud been
productive of much good, and had in
duced many new members to join. Tho
meeting then adjourned.
Tiik btaIlon Eureka has been im
ported by Messrs. Mile's Rrothers,
Ho is a rich mahogany brown, 10)
hands high, compact aud evenly built
with faultless action. Ho Is sired by
Walnut Uurk by JJelvlnVPoin. His dam
was Laplander by Flageolet. Hu has re
ceived diplomits linn the Monterey Agri
cultural Association, tho Golden Goto
Agricultural Fair Association, the Sono
ma and Mai in dlstriqt agricultural so
ciefy At tho Golden Gate Association
lie received two first premiums; at Sa
cramento state, fair, a special award and
two llrst premiums; at Petal uma district
fair, five first premiums; at Santa Clara
valley agricultural associuljon a first
premium ; at the Moulerpy Agricultural
fair a first premium and grand diploma.
These awards can bo seen on application
1 to $c38r8.Wes Brothers.
SEa'DY FOR ?UliOTSHINa HOUSES.
Parlor Sols, '
OF ItVKUY DESCIIUTIOX MADH TO OHDEIl.
105 & 107 Fort Street, Honolulu, II. I.
E2? Island Orders will lccclve Prompt and Careful Attention. COO 3m b
A SOLID COMBINATION!
United Wo Stand, Divided Ave Fall!
WISEMAN & ASHLEY,
THE ONLY RECOGNIZED
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENTS
IN THE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM I
rpHE NEW FIRM TAKE MUCH PLEASURE IN STATING TO
J the l)uslncs 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 Street, Honolulu,
Where they will conduct their Business hereafter, and be most happy to see their
patrons and friends who desire to bestow' 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 the most reasonable basis.
Agencies: Wells, Fargo & Go.,
HANIBLE & ST. JO, AND
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON & QUINCY RAILROADS,
REAL ESTATE AND EMPLOYMENT,
Mutual Life Insurance Company, New York,
CITY OF LONDON FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
House, Money Hni House Brokers !
BSySpeeial attention in tlie following Departments will be our aim, and we
invite your careful perusal.-iSSa
Wells. faigo Ss 00., General Forwarding and Commission
Agents AVe deliver Letters. Packages, Parcels and Money all over tlie World,
send orders direct to our Agents likewise, to be tilled and returned. Ship through
out the United States aud lforcign Countries Merchandise, Curios, &c, from the
Kingdom. BSyAlwuys advise your friends abroad to. send Parcels, Packages.
Important Letters and Money to you through WELLS, FARGO & Co., whose
Agencies are established in all large cities ou 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. These Itoads are the most Comfortable and
Inviting Koads going Eat. Tourists will tlud the Scenery, the Palace Cars, the
Station Kestaurants along these routes most inviting and superior, and Letters will
be given to all Travelers an J Tourists going either as 1st or 2nd class passengers
to die Principal Agent in San Francisco, who will take special pains in making
you acquainted with Hallway Ofllcials through letters, so that your trip will be
most enjoyable to tho end.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. WE BUY AND SELL REAL ESTATE in all
parts of the Kingdom, Search Records and attend completely to every branch
in Selling Ileal and Leasehold Property. Our olllee will contain maps of all
Properties left in our charge. We make a specialty in Collecting llents, keep
ing Premises in repair, Paying ilnd Discharging Taxes, Water Hates and effecting
Insurances. Owners of Property should hear 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, llooms, 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 s when vacancies
exist, as we will furnish no help such as Cicrks, Salesmen, Book-keepers, Mechanics
dr Laborers unless well ieconnnended 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 call every
man's attention (particularly a man of family) to keep his Lifu insured for tho
benefit of his Family, who so often are dependent upon his labors for their sup
port. Young men and mechanics would find It the most pleasant duty of their
lives to take out a Policy on the "Tontine" prindipaf, when, In a few years,
should they live, they will have sufficient funds to engage in business, with a neat
liltle Income to back them. We Invite you to calll on us when we will take
pleasure in illustrating to you bow beneficial it U lor your welfare to be Insured !
Every man who owns Property should remember that "Fire," that grim
messenger often makes tho rich, or well-to-do, poor and poverty strjeken. Let
this be a warning to you, and call on us at once and protect yourselves against
MONEY TO LOAN. FROM $100 TO $10,000 ON FlRST-OLASSSEOURITY.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKERS. Wo have made special arra'ifiinents whereby
we can enter Goods at the Custom House through Power of'Atr.w lay, and we call
upon all Merchants and Store-keepers to make us their Agon, at once. Our
Charges for this work are very Reasonable, and wo will Enter Qou.aPuy,'iiud Dis
charge Freight and Duty Bills, and Deliver Your Goods direct to Wiir places of
business in prompt order. Merchants and Store-keepers will find tin., t great ad
vantage to them 111 every way.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENTS. Our long acquaintance with" du Business
Community is well known, and wo invariably keep invlolato all business matters
of a private nature. Business men who will intrust their commercial matters to us
may always feel safe In so doing.' We study tho interests of our clients at all.
times, and advise on all business topics' carefully, based ou our'best Judgment.
In the General Business Department wo attend to everything in tho Commer
cial line, such as the following, viz : Books and Accounts Kept and Adjusted Ac
curately, Neatly and Satisfactorily, Bills Collected Promptly, and Proceedings
Taken Against Creditors when compulsion requires n'opeedy settlement, Legid
Papers of every description, such as Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, Blljs of. Side,
Leases, Wills, Partnership Papers, Ac, drawn. ALSO Advertisements; Notices,
Articles, Communications and Correspondence written. ALSO Memorials
Drafted and Engrossed, Drafts, Notes, Bills of Exchange, Letters of Credit, imil
Banking Matters Generally attended to.
ALL ORDERS FROM THE VARIOU8 ISLANDS to us will receive prompt
ness. Wo can purchase at tho lowi'.st maukkx kates, and much more reason
ably than you can, and we Inspect everything before we buy, and, therefore, ft 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 you have been doing direct. ' "
jjSJfAU correspondence to us we take pleasure in answering without delay.
BSirWo invito overyono to inspect our now and spacious otllces, and have all
our departments working under a systematic rule, with polite assistants, central
location, and special advantages for conducting our business, wo feel that the
community at largo will be gratified in knowing that such a buneficjal Institution
has betfn established, where the wants of all may bo supplied by '
Your Most Obedient Servants,
WISEMAN & ASHLEY,
General Business Atjents, (JumpbelVa Neto Block, flfeyciant Street.
,- t P. O. 110X310. TELEPHONE 172. .
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fliSyP, S. Our Christinas and Nov Year's Books are ready, and ou applica
tion or by letter wo will present or send yp one. 5'JO.,'
and Picture Frames,
My Elegant Assortment of Few Goods
Selected by m, elf In Pail. Lmdon, and New Yo-k,
in low Op ifl Mr for Inspection
-A.IS'JL SAJLilI!, Jintl compi'iMc
Never 1 core Introduced bote, among whiehjwill hejfoiind
Entirely Now PattornB in
Ladies', Misses', and Clilfln's Boots M Mi
csrjJUS'iBiiEH my -a
Elegant Paris Made French Kid Gaiters,
Do not fail to sce'the
New Styles nnd Colors in Ladies' and Misses' Silk,
Lisle, and Balbrig-gan Hose.
NEW STYLES OP LADIES' PUUSKS. in Pcncoek, Blue, Old.Gold and'
Maroon Plush. iVc, &c, &c. "
LADIES' toilet cases,
Cent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
It Is not necessary for 1110 to enumerate the in my new gco Is 1 ow
introduced by 111 c here, but the
Ladies are inyited to call and judge for themselves.
Honolulu, Nov. 12, 1883. o15
With Patent Insido Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
A Large Assortment of these justly Celebrated Safes
Over 500 in daily use
Safes Sold for Cash, oti
For Prices, Circulars, etc., apply to
540 tf b
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHIMS.
This Well-known Machine is now uscl atajie Hovalalnce, Hawaiian Hotel,
Music Hall, anil a numlkr of pii.alo residences: I'lvW-entire SatUfaclion'o'vcrv.
It is the most economical Machine in me, easily mnna-'cd nnd automatic in its
I can furnish from a 20 Light to a 1030 Light Machine, "Wilier sizes constantly
on hand. J
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, olc, apply to
O. O. BERG-TCTT?,. Rnlo Ao-A-n-r-.i V
604 tf b
We have received a further consignment of Messrs. Miirlccs, Watson & Co.'s
machinery, and luive now on hand, ready for delivery.. ' e 'f t
One TrjpplcEllVct, on haniltome wooden Iron staging, containing 3-i.Ti
hquare feet of hc.ulng surface, with pumping engine nnd dUchaiuiuc mont.
i, - ' , ' ,
One DoiblcEfiect, having,' 2200 wpiaro feci of heating surface' with
engine and inoiiljus.
One, set of , Pour AVa-ton's Patent .Centrifugals, wiilfengino arill-nilxcr.
One set of Two Weston's Patent Centiifugals.
; (Htiviua 'increased facilities for tho maniiiaoturo -of thcso machine, Hie
WestonV-Pateut for whl.di, ill Great Britain, lias expired, we are thus en
abled to oiler them at materially reduced prices. .; ,tl n ti&
We havft,iil iiortmei t of Ucntilfug'nl VpaiCK-llnlnjA brasses nibbei
bajids ami bushes, etc' , .; -m
Two Diagonal Engines, each 0 Inch by 12 Inch.,; J ft j4g grfj
Clarillers,' Pint Coolers, 8x0x2 and (1x5x1.7. ' ' ' r' ' '
One spare Top Roller, for 20 Imh jiy r,ifn,uhmili!,!' "'U ,''M'
quo spuru Slrio oyt for 2 nsli by 51 inch mill,
0,io spare liiteriiicdiao Spur Win el, for gearing of 20 inch by J5t mill. . ,'
G W. Macfarluno & Co.
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ON tho 10th Inst., between 11 ii,m inml
12 noon, within the HinlttCof Hotel
and Queen streets and Pint and Nmiaiiu
streets,, the sum of SIXTY DOLLAKS
in one Fifty dollar Hawaiian Tn-iiMirv
Nolo and piobahlv one Ten Dollar II i
wiilhin Trcntur, Note. Finder will ho
haud9oii)ly rewarded by, leaving the
same at this olllco, , . 00d at
on the Hawaiian Islands'"
on the Installment Plan.
hi 1 1 .i Mi 1 111 u mumttmLMtm
C. O. BI3KGEK, General Agent,.
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Out lit For Sale.
W15,.!.,' 0m' UNDER EX.
V t TEN 1 ON Top Carriage new, 2
I'or-o? (Hhiuk aud Chcsnut) wanmiled
in every pailleular. Hurno-ts forboih,
wlui). lainits. blanket iti. aviu'.h ...
Lonco on reaboniVhloUcrins. Apply (if
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UOll lv Ucneral Uusiuebij Agents,
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