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mu giujii gnuaitt,
TUESDAY', JN. 22, 1884.
UCCAHIC S. S. CO.
von sa.v ruixutco.
Aliifneda ...Leave Honolulu. IMi. 1st.
Mariposa. . . .Leaves Hsiiuhihi, Mm. iClh
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
FOU AUCKT.VNII AMD HVllNUY:
Zcnhuidla On or about Jan. 20
FOll SAN FRANCISCO.
City of Sydnoy Oh or about Jan. 20
Diamond Head, Jan. 22, 0:80 a.m
Strong N. E. wind.
Two Vessels off Wnikikl
Sclir Waimnlu from Koloa
Sclir Cntcrina from llnnnlci
Bgtno Hesperian from San Fran.
Stmr City of Sydney for San Fran.
Stmr Kilauca lion for Kahuliii
Stmr Jas Mnkcc for Katiai
Sclir Wailclo for Maliko
Scnr Kauikcnouli for Koliala
Sclir Kckanluohi for Ilnnalci
Sclir Lcahi for Kolialalclc
Schr "Wailclo for Malilco
Sclir Ehukni for "Waialua
VESSELS LEAVINC THIS DAY.
Stmr Kinau for windward ports
Stmr Planter for windward ports
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Stmr Lchua for Molokai and Maui
Stmr C R Hishop for Haniakua
Stmr Mokolii for Koolau
Sclir "Waiinalu for Koloa
Sclir Waiclm for Waiauac
Sclir Rainbow for Koolau
Schr Nettie Merrill for Lnhaina
For San Francisco per City of
Sydney Jan 21 B Block, 11 Lowers
wife & two children, Mrs S W
Peterson, J T Ilackfeld, Mr Baud
mann. Miss Beaudet, Mr Pemet,
J C Moffat, J silva, A E Swift, C
From San Francisco per bgtnc
Hesperian Jan 21 J M Low, J C
Homson, W F Clemen.
For Kauai per Jas Makcc Jan 21
Dr Soxc, Mr Thomas and 25 deck.
For Kahului per Kilauca IIou Jan
21 R Mitchell, Mrs S Obcd and
Schr Waiehu was hove down yester
day to be cleaned.
The Kussian man-of-war is being
Schr Calcrlna brought 000
paddy, and 33 bbls of molasses.
Schr Waimalu brought 800
paddy, and 50 bags of rice.
The Bgtnc Hesperian Cnpt. D. G. P.
Winding, 20 days from S. P., arrived
yesterday with 13 horse, 300hl)ls of
lime, 1570 sks of flour, 1814 bales of hay,
110 cases of biead, etc. She is con.
signed to II. Ilackfeld & Co.
Sunday, and a poition of Monday, all
the Iutcr-Islnud stcamei.-t were in port.
A new shed is being eiecled on the
. Likclikc wharf.
The s.s. City of Sydney took 0511 bags
of sugar, 117 bunches of bananas, aud 0
cases of leaves. Total domestic value
The Likclikc sails to-morrow at 4 r.ji.
The Consuelo will propahly sail to.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Alameda is due to-day.
Some good spars can be obtained at
Kyan's boat house.
The wreck of the schooner Knlamanu
was sold for 55 to Mr. Van Dorn.
Mk. C. N. Arnold arrived in town on
Saturday, and returns to Hawaii to-day.
A meeting of the members of the Royal
Order of Kapiolani will bo held to-day.
i i. Q
Repairs to the Sailors' Home have
commenced, under the supervision of
The quarterly meeting of shaio
holdcrs, in E. O. Hall & Son, limited,
will bo held on Thcrsday.
Messhs. A. W. Richardson & Co.
opened their ucw store yesterday, at
the corner of Campbell's block.
Mn. E. P. Adams commences the sale
of the bankrupt stock of the Honolulu
Restaurant at ten o'clock this nioinlug.
Tiieiie arc some bad American half
dollars in circulation; a young man
passed ono yesterday in return for his
Loitn Rosebory has been "doing"
the sights of Australia, and, of course,
expressed himself pleased and surpilsed
with what ho saw.
Two of the recently destroyed bridges
in the Ililo district havo been repaired,
and tho restoration of ihoothors is being
rapidly pushed forward.
The telephono ofllcials did not rouse
peoplo as soon as tho City of Sydney
was sighted on Monday morning, but
waited until tho steamer entered tho
channel. As tho steamer generally lies
off tho poit for a couple of hours at
night, this attention was appreciated by
The first ni Moles sold bv Mr. T.tvov.
as lotiim tenon for Mr. Ellis In tho iu
tcicstsof Mr. E. P. Ari:iiu, were nine
old hats belonging to tho Orphan.
The City of Sydney did not leave till
eleven o'clock yesterday morning. Miss
Itcaudet, Jleir Handinann and Mr.
Ilackfeld weio passengers for the t'oast.
A Revival meeting will be held this
evening at Poit Street Chinch at 7:30.
Mr. Cruiin will conduct tho service,
after which an inquiry meeting will he
Seven cases of drunkenness, a man
who wouldn't support his wife, and a
Chiucsc furious and heedless driver,
comprised yesterday's Police Coiut
APottugucse, for sollingJlnuor with,
out a Jlcensc, In Kau, has been lined
$100; a native for distilling was fined
$200. Both paid cash, ft is evidently
a piofitablc business.
The scarlet livery of His Majesty's
coachman and footman, when driving
to tho wharf for tho captain of tho Rus
sian man-of-war yesterday, attracted
A meeting of members of the Royal
Older of tho Crown of Hawaii was held
yesterday at lolaui Palace, almost all
members of tho oiderheing picsent. A
list of the appointments to the Order is
published In our By Authority columns.
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A NUMiiEit of Russian sailors went up
Port street on Sunday at noon, headed
by an ollleer in uniform. Their method
of marching behind him, straggling
singly, or In twos aud thiees, was amus
ing. OurJoeal forces could havo done
Tiieiie Is a general opinion of disgust
at Saturday night's pciformance at the
Music Hall, people thinking that the
last pcrfoiinance of the Bandniann
Beaudet Company should havo been
the best, instead of the worst, of the
A sxiael lope, attached to the Kale,
near the P. M. S. S. Co., was tho means
of upsetting almost everybody who went
to the City of Sydney early on Monday
morning. Foitunalcly no serious acci
dent occuued, though many bruises
Tin: water supply in tho Makiki reser
voir is rapidly decreasing, the depth
now being only three feet. All lesi
dents, above Bcretania, and between
Kapiolani and RnnahOu streets, should
use the water sparingly or they may
suddenly "get left."
Another team of Australian cricketers
will soon be en route for England. In a
match commenced, just hefoic the de
parture of the City of Sydney, thcicp
lesentatlvctcam scored 328 runs, for the
loss of three wickets, against a com
bined team Of Australians who do not
The large crane, at the Honokaa
Landing on Hawaii, fell, last week,
through a defect in a detail of Its parts.
The injury done was comparatively
slight, and fortunately Mr. W. R. Law
rence was at Honokaa, at tho time of
the accident, so that tho landing will
soon be in working older again.
John Phillips, captain of the Wel
lington, N. Z., schooner Saucy Lass, Is
said to havo deserted his vessel at Ha
vannah harbor, Sandwich Island. II.
B. M. S. Miranda went to Villa but
"did not succeed In anesting Captain
Phillips," who, it was subsequently as
certained, "had left for Honolulu in a
In the civil branch of the Police
Court, the following business was trans
acted yesterday : AhYitv. Awn, tress
pass, damages $40, judgment for plain
tiff, with costs; .T. McKcague v. John
n. Cummins, assumpsit for 51.50, set
tled out of court; Wolfo & Edwards v.
Wilkinson, assumpsit for $23.75, .settled
out of coiut, and two cases were con
tinued. - 1 in i
An interesting ceremony occurred at
the Branch Hospital yesterday morning,
when tho altar, of tho chapel, which,
being in tho house of tho nuns, is devo
ted entirely to (ho use of the Roman
Catholics, was consecrated by tho BiBhop
of Olba. Thoir Majesties tho King and
Queeu, tho President of the Hoard of
Health and a large number of other In.
dies and gentlemen were present.
SIX SPARS, suitaulo for bridging or
rolling purposes, or ship's spars.
010 lm RYAN'S MOAT HOUSE.
Notice to Stockholders.
nPI-IE QUARTERLY MEETING OF
X tho Stockholders of E. O. Hall &
Son, (limited,) will bo held at their olllce,
Thursdify, Jan. S 1th, at 3 o'clock p.m.
010 3t Secretary.
Charming Residence to Lease.
On tho Plains, (Herotania st,,)
iwasnr uciwcon Ainpai aim jinpioinnl
Esaasueet. wo havo ono of tlin (In.
est residences to lease in that neighbor,
hood. Lot is 125x140. House contains
(J rooms with Bath-house, Kitchen, Cook
House, Stable and Cmiingo House. Will
lease to responsible party for C yeaia
Rental $50 a month.
SADDLE HORSE warranted in every
icspect, especially adapted for Lady
to ride. Now Side-Saddlo, Blanket, Bri
dlo etc. Entire Outllt for sale icasoiu
able. Apply to
WISEMAN & ASHLEY,
010 lw Ocncial-Buslncs3 Agents
READY FOR FURNISHING HOUSES.
L Y C
I Patlor Sets,
oi? r.vr.uv nnscim-nos
105 & 107 Fort Street,
C2? Island Orders -will receive Piompt
United we Stand,
THE ONLY RECOGNIZED
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENTS
IN THE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM!
rPHE NEW FIRM TAKE MUCH PLEASURE IN STATING TO
X the Business Community and the Public Generally, that they have iltted up
one of the Elegant Ground Floois In the
NEW CAMPBELL FIRE-PROOF BUILDING,
On Merchant Street, Honolulu,
Wheic they will conduct their Business hcieafter, and be most happy'to see their
pations and friends who desire to bestow on them their patronage, feeling assured
that all business transactions will be conducted by them in every paitieular 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 & toil House Biters!
JCSF".SpeoIal attention in thu following Dopaitments will lie our aim, and we
invite your eaieful pcrusal."iu
"Wells, Fargo & Co., General Forwarding and commission
AGENTS. We deliver Letters, Packages, Paicels and Money all over tho World,
send orders direct to our Agents likewise, to be lllled and returned. Ship through
out the United States and Porcign Countiies Merchandise, Curios, ice, from the
Kingdom. fi35"Always advise your friends abroad to send Parcels, Packages,
Important Letters ami Money to you through "WELLS, FARGO & Co., whose
Agencies aio established in all largo cities on the globe. Don't consider the ex
pense when sending through us, as wo will Guarantee you Satisfaction in every
paitieular, aud hold ourselves responsible in all onr undertakings.
Agent for the Hanible and St Jo., and Chicago, Burling
ton AND QUINOY RAILROADS. These Roads are the most Comfortable and
Inviting Roads going East. Tourists will find the Sccneiy, 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 passengcis
to the Principal Agent in San Francisco, who -will hike special pains in making
you acquainted with Railway Officials through letters, so that your trip will be
most enjoyable to the end.
REAL ESfTATE AGENTS. WE BUY AND SELL REAL ESTATE ill all
parts of the Kingdom, Search Records and attend completely to every branch
in Selling Real and Leasehold Property. Our office will contain maps of all
Properties left in our charge. "Ve make a specialty in Collecting Rents, keep
ing Pieinises in repair, Paying and Discharging Taxes, Water Rates and effecting
Insurances. Owners of Propeity should bear in mind that we will relieve them
fiom given their attention to Property, guaranteeing at all times to act with care
and for a nominal consideration for services in this department. Rooms, Cottages
and Mansions to let at all times on application to us.
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. WE SUPPLY ALL KINDS OF HELP, both
Male and Female, In all the various branches of industry on these Islands.
Agents, Planters, and Mci chants generally should notify us when vacancies
exist, as we will furnish no help such as Clerks', Salesmen, Book-keepers, Mechanics
or Laborcis 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 call every
man's attention (particularly a man of family) to keep his Life insuied for the
benefit of his Family, who so often aio 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" principal, when, in a few yeais,
should they live, they will havo sufficient funds to engage in business, with a neat
llltle income to back them. We invite you to call! on us when we will take
pleasure in illustrating to you how beneficial it is for your welfare to be Insuied !
Every man who owns Property should remember that "Fire," that grim
messenger often makes tho 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 $10,000 on First-class Security.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKERS. Wo have made special arrangements wherebv
we can enter Goods at the Custom House through Power of Attorney, and we call
upon all Merchants and Store-keepers to make us their Agents at once. Our
Charges for this work arc very Reasonable, and we will Enter Goods, Pay and Dis
charge Freight and Duty Bills, and Deliver Your Goods dhect to your places of
business in prompt order. Merchants and Store-keepers will find this of great ad
vantage to them In every way.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENTS. Our long acquaintance with tho Business
Community is well known, and we invariably keep inviolate all business matters
of a private nature. Business men who will Intrust their commercial mutters to us
may alwavs feel safe in so doing. Wo study the Interests of our clients at all
times, and" advise on all business topics carefully, based on our best judgment.
In tho General Biibiness Depaitnicnt we attend to everything in tho Commer
cial lino, such as tho following, viz : Books and Accounts Kept and Adjusted Ac
curately, Neatl' and Satisfactorily, Bills Collected Promptly, and Proceedings
Taken Against Creditors when compulsion requires a speedy settlement. Legal
Papers of every description, such as Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Partnership Papers, &c, drawn. ALSO Advertisements, Notices,
Articles, Communications aud Coucspondence written. ALSO Memorials
Drafted and Engrossed, Drafts, Notes, Bills of Exchange, Letters of Credit, and
Banking Matters Generally attended to.
All Orders From the Various islands to us will receive prompt
ness. Wo can purchase at tho i.owj:st mahkkt katks, and much moro reason
ably than you can, and wo Inspect everything before wo buy, and, thercfoie, it is
to your interest to send your orders to us, as wo then become responsible, and tho
small commission you pay us is less tliau what your purchases amount to buying
as you havo been doing direct.
ISS&"A11 coirespondonce to us wo take pleasure in answering without delay.
BfiBfWo invito ovoryouo to inspect our now and spacious offices, and have all
our dcpaitinents working uuder a systematic rule, with polito assistants, central
location, and special advantages for conducting our business, wo feel that tho
community at largo will bo gratified 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 Business Ayents, Campbell's N"eio Mock, Merchant Street.
P. O. BOX Hlfi, TELEPHONE 172.
S?P. S. Our Christmas and Now Year's Books aio ready, aud on applica
tion or by letter wo will present or send you one. , 090,
and Picture Frames
madb to oiidgu.
Honolulu, II. I.
and Careful Attention. 000 Dm h
Divided wo Fall!
rtWwiiitiyiiwiwa,SrfMiiBrqwqwjntijiBW!rwrt'iiwy'r)itUA wp iwummmwtfiwmiawmiAyriMHW,
a I fi II
My Elegant Assortment of Hew Goods
Selcete.l ly m o f in 1'aiU, i, nd- i, i.id X.nv "i o !
Are low Open and Seafty for Inspection
u.H SAJD1D, anil comiiHf
Never lefore introhiccd heic, among which will be found
Entirely New Patterns in
Mies', Misses', and Clta's Boots ai Slioes.
tr JUST SEE MY -a
Elegant Paris Made French Kid Gaiters,
Do notjfail toiec"lie
New Stylos and Colors in Iiiidics' and Misses' Sillr,
Lisle, and Balbriggan Hose.
NEW STYLES OP LADIES' PURSES, in Peacock, Blue, Old- Cold, and
Maroon Plush, ice, &e, &e
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Cent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
It Is not necessary for inc to enumerate tho many new goo Is now
introduced by me hcie, but the
Ladies are inyited to call and judge for themselves.
Honolulu, Nov. 22, 1883.
MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Insitlo Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
A Large Assortment of these justly Celebrated Safes
Over 500 in daily use on
Safes Sold for Cash, or
Por Prices, Ciroulais, etc., apply to
510 tf b
SPRIMFIELD GAS MACHINES.
vBi.Si)Vn 1"ku10Wn Machine is now med at the Itoyal Palace, Hawaiian Hotel,
where aniUUm l"mue i deuces, giving entire satisfaction every-
It is the most economical Machine in use, easily managed and automatic in its
UJJLI lit lull
onIhnandf0r,,ISh f'm !l2 L,Shl l " 1000 L'gllt Maoh,ne smaller si.cs con'lanlly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply to
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
r'fii tf " HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Wo have received a further consignment of Messrs. Mlrrlees, Waton & Co.'s
machinery, aud havo now on hand, ready for delivery.
One Tiipplc-Eflcct, on handsome wooden iron staging, containing !M35
square feet of healing surface, with pumping engine and discliaiging mont- '
One Doublc-Eilcct, having1 2200 srpiarc feet of heating surface, with
engine and montjiiH. b '
Ono hot of Pour Weston's Patent Centiifuguls, with engine and mixer.
Ono set of Two Weston's Patent CenUifngals.
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eston'R.l'ali'iit for lvlitdi. In Omni rtriiiiin i... ..i ...' "
itnn'K.ltmit f... ,..l,l,.l. I.. .....,.
iiuviiiij iiu'ieubeii iaciimcs inr i in
abled to oiler them at materially reduced prices.
We have n full assortment of Uentrifnyal spany Hnliics, biasMjs, lubbci
bands mid bushes, etc. .
Two Diagonal Engines, each (i inch by 13 inch.
Clarltleif", Flat Coolois, 8.0'J nnd 0ii,l.7.
Ono spa io Top Holler, for 20 inch by 01 inch mill.
Ono spare Side Holler, for 20 inch by fit inch mill,
Ono bparu Intermediate Spur Wheel, for gearing 0f 20 I)lch by 51 mlK
KM if ? V' Mttcfl,liuQ & Co.
A DIVIDEND of Pour Dollais per
Share will lie payable Jan. intli,
to the SlmrcIIolderv) of tho Hawaiian
Carriage Manufacturing Company at
their Olllce, No. 70 Queeu Slicet. '
HAW'N OAItlUAGU M'P'G CO.
'the Hawaiian Islands.
on the Installment Plan.
C. O. BEKGER, General Agent,
n.n..i.. ....' .'. li"ry' mii", UlU . Vfl'Vl
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ANY ONE found on my pieinises at
Moanalua -without my pennibRlon,
will bo prosecuted for trespass
O KA MEA o loan ana maluiia o hu'u
ulna ma Moanalua, mo hii'u no olo akii
u iiuujiiuu no oia no ko itonioiiawa.
Jan. 15th, 18I.