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" MONDAY, ,UN." 21, 18817
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
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PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
I'OU AVCKl.Ntl AND 8I)M V:
Zcalnmlln On or about Jan. 2 )
run SAN l'JUNCISCO.
Clly of Sydney On or nbout Jan. 20
Dianiontl Head, Jmi. 21, 0:30 n.m
Strong N. E. wind.
Nothing m sight.
Stmr Kinnu from windwnnl potts
Stmr Wnhmuinlo from YTaimnnalo
Sclir Waiclm from Waianac
Stmr Likchku from windward polls
Stmr Iwalani from Kanni
Stmr Lcliua from Maui
Stmr C 11 Bishop from Ilamakna
Stmr Mokolii from Koolau
Schr Nettie Merrill from Laliaina
Sclir Kekauluolii from llanalui
Stmr City of Sydney from Sydney
Sclir Mary Alice for Molokai
Tern Eva for Eureka
VESSELS LEAVINC THIS DAY.
Stmr City of Sydney for San Fran.
Stmr Kilauoa llou for Kahului
Stmr Jas Makcc for Kauai
Sclir "Wailclo for Maliko
Scnr Kauikcaouli for Kohala
From windward .ports per Kinati,
Jan. 19 Capl. Spencer, J II Malty,
J Howell, II Allen, D Porter, C A
Arnold, Mrs Woods, J Friska, J R
Keywortli, Miss D Dowsett, II II
"Wilcox, E II AVoodsworth, W II
Bailey, "W Y Horner, T Campbell, C
Buchanan, wife and child.
From windward ports per hikclikc
Jan 20 P N Makcc, MMoGlcan, J
C Kewcomb and 5 deck.
From Maui per Luhua, Jan. 20
Rev Mackintosh, Dr. Saxe, 27 deck.
to. From Kauai per Iwalani Jan 20
TIrs L'Orange, S "W Wilcox, Mrs
Walters, Mr Faye, J Sl)enccr and
wife, L Titcomb, and 30 deck.
From Australia peigCily of Syd
ney, .Tun. 21. Mrs. Chapman, Miss
-Chapman, Mr Jeffreys.
SchrLcahi bio lght 1710 bag of sn.
Stmr Wnimanalo biought100 b.igs of
Stmr Kilanca Hon bionglit 3G(! bags
of sugar, 27 kegs of -uuar, 93 bags of
taro and U hoises.
Stmr Jas Makcc bionglit 1527 bags of
sugar and 1379 bags of paddy. She bails
to.dny at 3 p.m.
The Cousuelo received tome sugar
from the Planter on Satuidnj.
The J. A. Falkinbeig in in the sticam.
She received some fi eight on Saturday
carried out in boats.
Stmr Kinnu brought 2210 bags bugar,
114 hides, 17 b lies goat skins, 171 sheep
and 2 hor.se3.
Stmr Likelikc bionglit 137-1 bag-, of
sugar and CO head of cattle.
Stmr Iwalani brought 3231 Mags of
sugar, 121 bags paddy, 08 bags i ice, 11
hides, and 230 sheep.
The llepoitor left Kahului on Tucs
clry, in ballast, for Port Town send.
The J D Sprcckels is loading bugar nt
Kahului and expects to bail this week.
At Knpiilnma, Jan, 10, n son of Harriet
and "Wong Lcong, aged it weeks and 1
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mom: organ recitals are asked for.
Mall close? per City of Sydney 8:30.
Hr.KlA Mill has commenced gi hiding,
and has fair prospects.
Mb. E. P. Adams' lUt of sales for
this week is published to-day.
Muss ns. Lyons & Levey offer a valu
able horse for pale at noon to-day.
Kino Kalakaua has pent to New
Haven for a gold watch. Am. fiirr,
Tuuitn aic thhty-clght candidates In
the Held for Honolulu and more ex
pected. . o
Sullivan had a smash up with his
express on Saturday near the lUh
Mit. C. J. FUhel commenced, on Fil
'. tiny night, to pull down a portion of
- his premises, prior to enlarging them.
"aSSSji . .
Juixlr. Blckerton got a holiday on
Saturday, the only business In the Police
Couit being a drunk who foileltcd hU
Peanut caters at Iho Music Hall iifua
teied in good forco on Saturday night,
making coiibhlerablo nolso during Miss
His Majesty leceives the captain and
olllcers of the llusslau man-of-war this
morning. The presentation of lho oidcr
from the Czar will probably bo made.
Cavtain lloltebraud of H. I. M. S.
Ttosholjnlck was picsentcd to His Ex
cellency the Minister of l'oieign Affairs
on Friday, by Mr. Wm, Plluger, the
wawuwiig '-' uMiiuu.wjawn9jMmmm&x&fm'rvsrMivm"'Wf&tniefvmi
Nu lcs than twelve steamers were hi
Call and examine those hamUomu
bu-lncss Mill al the Gic.U 1 X h Stoic.
The Clly of Sydney ai i i ed till inui n
ingnl 1 o'clock. She .iil at 1(1. with
100 tons sugar and 17 paecngei .
Tin: -ehooner Kulamami was can led
on hoio by a vciy stiong curicut, there
being a vciy light wind blowing at the
time. The wieek will he nhl at noon
to-day by Mr. II. P. Adams.
t-. - -
Tin: General Insurance Company of
Dresden, for-ca, liver and laud traus
poi I, has appointed Mesi . F. A. Schac
fer & Co. their agent hi Honolulu.
The company is a wealthy one with a
large business and capital.
If the self-appointed shipping icpor
ter of the 15ijm.i:tin will deliver our
Austialian lllcs no ftuther notice will
be taken of his appropriation. He will
Hud that the paper was not all "et up.'
We arc giateful for Ids kiudncH In
leaving the Ucport and passenger list of
the City of Sydney.
Mn. J.T. Watoihono pmcha-cd, on
Saturday, a lot covering an aiea of 12,"0
square feet, on the makal side of School
stieet, adjoining Fort Sticet School, for
$ Ho. Mr. C. E. Williams was the pur
chaser of 12-100 acre, on the nor,tli west
side of Llllha street, for $100, Lyons &
Tin: Aiiiianach do Gotha for 1SSI, au
aulhoricd olllelal publication, is re
sponsible for the announcement that
Colonel C. P. lankea is Charge d'affaires
it Consul General in London for the
Kingdom of Hawaii. Go from home
to learn the new. Colonel laukca is
supposed at present to bo in Calcutta,
en route for Japan.
Tin: Cable Company will commence
operations "shortly by taking deep sea
soundings. The first octlou of the
cable will be laid between Oalnt and
Molokai, thence to Maui, and thence to
Hawaii, and oveiland telegraph lines
will be erected a quickly as possible.
The capital of the company is 100.000.
in shares of $100 each.
Tho. 11. llauison is the only man in
Honolulu, limning a bu-incss. making
Caniage Painting a "specialty; doing
his own woik piincipally, he U enabled
lo touch up, varnish or newly paint a
job cheaper than any other house in
town. Give him a call at SO mid r2
King tioet and judge for vour-clf.
Tin: Library A outiitiou prepaied
two addi esses. on parchment, signed by
its oilleer. and pieontod them to Mrs.
MeGiew and Mr. Bauduiaun, thanking
them for their aluableii$il:ineo lo Hie
library in the lecent culcitulnmcul at
the Music Hall. Mi-,. McGrew woikcd
mostriudoiatigubly and sold about four
The Music Hall was crowded on Sat
in day night, the occasion of Miss Ueau
det's benefit. Mis Ueaudet was good
throughout Ea&t Lynne, and the lady
anialeur made much of lier part of Con
ney. Heir ISandmann was missed on
tlio stage as the scenery did notiiin
quite .smoothly. A few songs by Mi-s
llcaudct, who was not in good voice,
evidently worn out by her pievimis cx
eitions, and the comedy of Daid Gar
rick, concluded toeenteitaihiueut.
Tm: Hnwaiian Cow Hoys' Club Is the
name of a gang of young thieve? who
have existed in Honolulu for some
time past. The mime was taken from
the Police Gazelle; the police have so
cured a few documents which contain
the cipher of the juvenile gang and a
key to the cipher. Two of the cauls of
membership bear the nanres of Pobort
C. Kamaka and Eddy Mitchell. Five
of them have been committed to jail or
the Kcforinatory School, but against
several others there is not Millleient
evidence to pioeuro convictions. Their
business was to thieve anything and
everything that they possibly could,
from a silver basket at St. Andiow'h.
pio-cathedral down to a pair of tin
solitares. Three of them wcio recently
convicted for stealing over $!)() from a
Chinaman. They turned thcirattcutioii
to one of the Slstero of Mercy; pistols
worn in tlicir possession as well as stolen
pants. The Deputy-Marshal now has.
several stolen ai Holes which have not
been claimed, and on Friday Ids olllee
lesonibled a bazaar. The gang is now
broken up, and it is a pity that the law
does not provide for a public Hogging
to bo given to each young desperado, in
addition to the sentences already
AT K.VPIOLAXI PAHIC,
Is tlio' Favorite Suburban
it is open Every IDay
Cm always bo supplied, as well as
Ficsh Air in tho Country.
01 Mm w Piopiletor.
AGUHMAN OANAltY Itlltl), all
yellow e,cci)tlng omi or two tail
feathers. A liberal rewaul will ho given
for Its return lo
READY P0E FURNISHING! HOUSES,
L Y C A N
V Pr VWT09WI 01
Lambroqiiins, Cornices and Picture Frames
OK Evnnv UKseilllTIO.V M.l)i: TO OIII)-lt.
J 05 & 107 Fort Street, Honolulu, II. 3.
lif Island Orders will receive Prompt and Careful Attention. 000 Sm b
A SOLiD GOiVlBHMTIQN !
Uiiited wc Stand, Divided we Fall!
lEiERAL BOSg-ESS AGENTS
IX THE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM!
rpHE NEW FIRM TAKE MUCH PLEASURE IN STATING TO
X tlio Business Community and the Public Generally. Unit they have llttcd up
one of tlie Kleg.int Ground Floors in the
NEW CAMPBELL FIRE-PROOF BUILDING,
On Merchant Street, Honolulu,
Where they will conduct their lluslncss hereafter, and be most liappy to see their
patrons and frioiuN who doMie to bestow on them their pationagc, feeling assured
that all buMiios tiauactiou will bo conducted by tlioin in every paitleular to the
bet of their ability, and on the niot icaouablc liaU.
Agencies: Wells, Fargo S Co.,
IIANlBIiE & ST. JO, AND
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON & QUINCY RAILROADS,
HEAL ESTATE AND EMPLOYMENT,
Mutual Life Insurance Company, New York,
CITY OF LONDON FIRS INSURANCE CO.,
use, Money I Custom House Brokers !
flgySpecial attention in the following DcpaitmcuW will be our aim. and wo
invite your careful peiusil.5R
"Wells, faego & Co., general Forwarding and Commission
AGENTS We deliver Letter. Package-, Parcel-, and .Money all over the World,
send oiders direct to our Agents likew i-e, to be tilled and returned. Ship through
out the United State- and Foioign Countiies Merchandise. Curio-, &c fioin lho
Kingdom. "Always advie your friends abioad to send Parcel-, Packages.
Impoitant Letters anil Money to you through WKLLS, FAJtOO fc Co., wlio-e
Agencies arc ctablislied in all large cities ou the globe. Don't consider the ex
pcuso when sending thioiigh it, as we will Guarantee you Satisfaction in every
particular, and liold our-elvc- responsible in all our undci takings.
Agent for the hanible and St Jo , and Chicago, Burling
ton AND QUINCY RAILROADS. Thee IJoad- are the most Comfoi table and
Inviting Koadsgoing East. Tourist- will llnd the Scenery, the 3'alace Cars, the
Station Kestnuiants along these routes most inviting ami superior, and Lcttei- will
he given to all Travelers anil Tonilsts going either as 1st or '2nd class passengers
to the Principal Agent in San Fiuucico, who will take special pains in making
you acquainted with Ifailway Olllcial- through letter.-, s() that your tiipwillbe
ino-t enjoyable to tile end.
real Estate Agents. We buy and Sell real estate in all
paits of the Kingdom, Search ltecoid- and attend completely to cveiy branch
in Selling Ileal and Leasehold Propcity. Our olllee will contain maps of all
Propel ties left in our charge. We make a specialty iu Collecting Kent, keep
ing Promise in repair, Paying and I)lcliaiging Taxes, Water Kates and effecting
liisiuaneo. Owners of Propcity should bear In mind that we will relieve them
from given their attention to 1'ropcity, guaranteeing at all times to act with caie
and for a nominal consideration for services in this depaitment. Kooni. 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 blanches of indutiy on these Islands.
Agent, Planter, and Merchants generally should notify us when vacancies
exi-t, as w e will f uriiMi no help such as Clei ks, .Salesmen, Hook-kccpers, Mechanics
or Laborer, mile, well lccoiuinciidi'd to us.
Chinc-c Servants and Female Servants will be supplied to families at -hurt
notice, for which a nominal commission is exacted.
LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS. We feel it a duty to call every
man's attention (paitieularly a man of family) to keep his Life insured for the
beucllt of his Family, who. so often are dependent upon his tabors for their sup
port. Young men and mechanic would tlnd it the niot pleasant duty of their
lle to take out a Policy on the "Tontine" piineipal, when, iu a few year,
should they live, they will have Millleient funds to engage iu business, with a neat
liltle Income lo back Ihein. We Invito you to call! on us when we will take
pleiMiii' hi illustrating to you how benellcial It is for your welfare to be lusiued !
1 2 very man who owns Propcity should remember that "File," that grim
messenger often make the rich, or well-to-do, poor and poverty stricken. Let
tills be a warning to von, and call onus at once and piotect jouii-elvcs agaiu-t
Money to Loan. From 01OO to $10,000 on First-class Security.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKERS We have made special arrangements, whereby
we can enter Goods at tlio Custom lioue through Power of Attorney, and we call
upon all .Merchant and Stoio-keepcis to make us their Agents at once. Our
Charges forthls woikaie very Kcasonable, and we will Kuter tiood-), Pay and DIs
cluuge Freight and Duty Hills, and Deliver Your Goods direct to your places of
business iu prompt order. .Merchants and Storc-kcepeis will llnd this of gieat ad
vantage lo them in every way.
General Business Agents. Our long acquaintance with the iiusluccs
Community is well known, and we iuvailably keep Inviolate all buslue-s matters
of a private natiiio. Business men who will Intrust their commercial matteis to us
may alwavs feel safe iu so doing. We study the inteicsts of our clients at all
time, amf advise on all business topics carefully, based on our be.t jiiilgiuciit.
In the General l!ulnes Depaitment we attend to everything in tho Commer
cial line, such as the following, vl. : Hooks anil Account Kept and Adjusted Ac
curately, Neatly and Satisfactorily, Hills Collected Pioniptly, and Piocecdings
Taken Agalnst'Cieditors when compulsion requites a speedy settlement, Legal
Papers of every description, such as Deeds, Itomls. Mortgages, Hills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Partnership Papers, ito., diawn. ALSO AdveitUements, Xotice,
Articles, Communications and Correspondence wiitten. ALSO Memorials
Diafted and Kngros-ed, Dr.iftn, Notes, Hills of F.xchange, Letters of Cicdlt, and
Kaiiklug Matters Generally attended to,
All Orders From the Various Islands lo us will iccelvo prompt
ness. We can piuchaso at the i.owr.vr jiahki:t n.vrr.s, and much moro leason
ably than you can, anil wo Inspect everything befoie wo buy, and, theiefoie, It Is
to your Interest to send your oiders to us, as wo then become responsible, and tho
small commission you pay us Is less than what your piucliases amount to buying
as you have been doing dlicct.
tSy-AU eoricspoiulcneo to us we take pleasure hi aiisweilng without delay,
JK&"Wo Invite everyone lo Inspect our new and siiacloiis olllces, and have all
our department wm king under a systematic i ule, with polite assistants, central
location, and special advantages for conducting our business, we feel that the
community at large w 111 be gratllicd iu knowing that such a benellcial Institution
iiiln been established, where the wants of all may bo supplied by
Your Most Obedient .Servants,
WISEMAN & ASHLEY,
General IJiiniuenn Aients, Campbell' Areio ilovk, Merchant Street.
P. O. 150X :ilii. TLLKPIIOXK 17.
tSSTP. S. Our Christina
tlou or by letter wo will prpfc
Year's Hooks are jcady, and on appllca-
you one. uw.
My Elegant Assortment of Mew Goods
Sclccte-l by myself In l'i . L , , .. i, i .,! . Yo-k,
Are Now Open and Ready for Inspection
Never le.'oie intioluced hcic, among which will lie found
Entirely JSTow Patterns in
Lies', Misses', ai Cliilta's Boots aim Slioes.
I3T .IUS1' si;i: MY -S3U
Elegant Paris Made French Kid Gaiters,
Do not fall toj.cetho
New Stylos and Colors in Ladies' and Misses' Silk,
Lisle, and JJalbriggan Hose.
NKW STYLUS OF LADIES' PUHSLS. in PcaeoeU, lllue, Ol.l Gold.and
Marron Pluh. &c, ecc. -c.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Gent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
It is not necessary for mc to enumerate the m iny new jrco Is i ou
intioduccd bymcheic, but the
Ladies are myited to call and judge for themselves.
Honolulu, Nov. 122, ISSit.
MACNEALE URBAI SAFES
With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hingo Cap.
A Lare Assorliiicnt of those justly Celehvaied Safes
Over 500 in daily use on the Hawaiian Islands. "
Safes Sold for Cash, or on ihe Installment Plan.
Por Piice, Circulars, etc., apply to
C. O. liEKGEK, General Agent,
3I0tfl) HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
ThWj'll-kio . n Machine is now used at tlio lloval Palace. Ilawniinn Hotel,
whe'C- " " "Uml' rf ,lUl,,e lMhlence-, ghing intiro hiitlsfaction eeiy-
It Utlie niobt ecouomic.il Maclnne in me, ca-ily managed and automatic iu it
onIlmndfUrnNh flm " 2 LiS'lt l " lm U'hl 5I,le,,lac '""'or si.cs constantly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply io
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent, '
r,fM lf ' HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
We have icceived a further consignincnt of Jlessiy. Jliniccs. Waton & Co.'s
machinery, and lunc now on hand, iciuly for dolivcry.
One Tiipplo-KU'ecl, on hauihonio wooden ium stajjing, containing :u:i.
bfpiaro feet of heating surface, with pumping engiiioaiid dUcliluginc luont.
jus, complete. "
One Double.liircct, having,' i.L'l)0 srjuuro feci of healing suiface, with
engine and moiitjus.
One hel of Pour WesloV Patent Ceiiliiruals, with tnginu ami mixer.
Ono ect of Two Weston's Patent CentrlfugnH.
HnVimr 1lWr.!lcnil riwilltllr.u Tai. iln mn. iiir.K.1... .. ..r .1 1.!. .. . .. .
Weston's-Patont for which, Iu Great
We liavo a full nssorlmcnt of Centrifugal .p,irog linlii"?, hratttw.'iHhliei
bunds and hushes, etc.
Two Diagonal Knglucs., each li Inch by lyjnch.
' Claiitleis, Flat Cook-is;, 8C.'J and 0ril,7.
One i-paru Top Holler, for 20 inch by fil in0 w,
Ono hpuiu Side Holler, for SO Inch by M mh mill,
One up no Intel mediulo Spur Wheel, for gearing of S!U inch liy 51 mill.
r. .r 9 W 'Ofi-l'laiKJ & (JO.
Oili If li
A DIVIDEND of Pour Dollai. per
rilinie will bo payable .Ian. lfilh,
to thu Slinre-IInldei'ii of the Hawaiian
C.trrlni!0 Jlaiiufncturing Companv at
their Olllee, No. 70 Queen Slicct. '
1IAWN C'AKIUAGU M1G CO.
iwikwih w wiiwmiwi mm iijtfjw,l"tt
H BkC 9 Wlfl
slr8 KB iiiiiii
ilrllaln, lias explitd. we aro thus en- .'?
ANVONK found on my prcmlkes at
Mo'imilim without my poiinlgsion,
will lo projocutcd for tronpaiw.
O KA 3IICA o loaa ana mtdiina o Uu'ii
ulna ma Moiuinluii, mo Uu'u lie ole al;u
o hoopllla no ohi up l;o Uomoliuwu.
Jan. 15th, 18&I. ' ' ' oiYim.
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