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JfOJBSUAY, JAN. 20, '1684.
OCEANIC S.S. CO.
fOJt SAN 1'JlA'ClfcCO.
Alonicdn.... heaves Honolulu. IV). 1st.
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PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
FOR AUCKLAND AND SVBNKY:
Zcalandirt On or about Jan. 20
rem sn rrtANcrnco.
Diamond Head, Jun. 20, 0:00 n.m
Light N. 13. wind.
Nothing in sight.
lJk Boll Isle from Muhukonn
Hchr Nettie Merrill from Lnliuinu
Schr Gen Seiglo from Koolmt
Slmv Zcalnntlia from S. JT.
Stmr Jns Mnkoc for Kauai
Stmr Kilauca llou for Kahuhii
Schr Elutkai for "Wninltm
Schr Ivamoi for Lnupnhochoo
Stmr Zcalnndin for Australia
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Stmr Kinau for windward porta
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Stmr Lchuntfor Maui & Molokai
Stmr Mokolii for Koolau
Schr Nettie Merrill for Lahaina
Schr Wnilclo for Maliko
From Kauai, per steamer Iwalani,
Jan 27 WE Brade, Mrs G B Row
ell, Mr Grant, Geo Irvine, B Cock
rill and 10 deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Jas Makce,
Jan 28 J L Blaisdcll, John Camp
bell, J It Holt, Mr Barber and 15
From San Francisco, per S S Zca
landia, Jan 28 W I Shaw, G Eng
ling, Mrs S Davis and son, Z K
Meyers, Mrs Dix and daughter, A
It Little and wife, Goodwin "Wood,
J Itiordan, M Fcnton, Jno Xindsny,
Peter High, T I Goddwin, D Mc
Grath. ForKahului, per Kilauca Hon, Jan
23 It Sutton, C Olsen, "W T Paly,
IIP Baldwin, A Gailcnberg and 37
For Australia per Zcalandia, Jan.
. 28 Mr and Mrs Nance, Mrs Perry,
son and 2 daughters, & 2 steerage
Stmr Lchua brought 227 bags of sugar
and li)!)' kegs of sugar.
Stmr Iwalani brought 3,034 bags of
sugar and 20 bead of cattle.
The schooner "Walehu was towed out
of Nawiliwill last Saturday by tbe stmr
, Iwalani. She was only partly loaded
but the captain was afraid to stay any
longer, tbe weather being very rough.
Sclir Rob Roy biouglit 200 bags of
Schr Nettie Merrill brought 1,050 bags
Schr Marion brought 1,030 bags of
The bark Bell Isle arrived yesterday,
71 days from Now Castle, via Mahu
kona. She brings 539 tons of coal to
Messrs. Wilder & Co. She bad some
very rough weather, her bulwarks were
stove in and her sails' carried away.
She is two days from Mahukona.
The hull of the Jas Makce has been
painted lead color.
The schr Marion sailed for "Waianao
yesterday. She was towed out by the
Jas Makec. " '
The Kitsap discharged her largest
timbers bjr steam power.
The s.s. Zcalandia left Sun Francisco
harbor with mails and passengers at
12:50 A.M. Jan. 22, and discharged pilot
at 2 A.M. abreast of Pn;'.illoucs3:35 a.m.
dist. 3i miles, with fair clear weather
and moderate topish winds to 23th,
when weather became overcast with
heavy Easterly swell and strong'breezes
vessel rolling considerably, lasting till
28th, when weather became fine and
clear sighted land at 0 :35 a.m. took pilot
onboard at 3:30.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
CimisriNi's concert to-night.
A silver pin has been lost.
Rooms to let, close to town. See
- Mn. Wm. J. Shaw, plcaso call at C.
Brewer & Company's.
Lightning was visible on Saturday
night, to the north west.
A hailing will probably now bo built
round the parapet of the jail.
. o .
Tun argument in the Madras case
was heard yesterday before the full
Tub Casino was well patronized on
Sunday, and seems to bo growing in
Tun Chinese Theater is open day and
night, during their now year, and draws
One of the rollers of tho WiUmca Mill
broko last week, causing a delay until
another ono was put in.
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Tim annual meeting of tho share
holders in tho Kapiolaui Park Associa
tion has been adjourned till to-morrow.
Stamp collectors can obtaiu specimen
sheets of all Hawaiian stamps now in
use, on application to tho Postmaster-General.
MVVl 'fmlMHWI M
"Muxico liflo nt present over l),oOf) miles
of rnilnay, two-tlilrds ot which woio
built by American1). J2..
Now lllbbons, "Tidies' TitTil Gents'
Silk Hoslcty, Smiii Cordis, Straw and
Beaver Hnl, In till shades, nt 0, J.
FMicl's. 017 lw
Li:rri:us from Hawaii report plenty
of rain at Koliala and Humakua, butn
scarcity of it In tho Hllo district.
Though gi hiding la delayed nt present,
planters will ultimately derive the ben
efit. Ttu: llrst pngo of tho illustrated tem
perance primer can bo seen In Oat's
window. "Is the watcli under tho
pillow? No," It is lodge night. Tho
bat Is on (lie lloor, but tho boot ii on
Gnu at ouiio.-dty has been excited on
the subject of xylophon and verrophon.
Uinbcrto Clnteplnl will solve the mys
tery this evening, and, in addition, af
ford lovers of good music a treat by his
violin solos. The conceit commence?
at eight o'clock.
Tiic funeral of the late Mr. Bueklo
took place yesterday afternoon at a
later hour than was originally intended
owing to the medical examination. Tho
funeral 3 as largely attended.
An examination of tbe body of the
late Mr. Buckle was held yesterday af
ternoon by Dr. Brodlc and Dr. McKib
bin. Thorcsult was not made public
lat night, but it is said that an Inquiry
will bo held to-day. A lawyer should
be engaged to conduct tho examination,
Tun Chinese inaugurated their now
year very quietly. Their quarter of the
city was brilliantly illuminated with
lanterns on Saturday evening, and from
eleven o'clock till tho small hours on
Sunday morning tho noiso of ilro-
craekers was heard on all sides.
SnvmtAL additional translations of
the motto, Kn Ha ika jrttti, on the Royal
Order of Kapiolaui, have been given to
us, and tho following are generally ac
knowledged to be tho most accurate:
"Continue to reign on the mm or
throne,'' and ' continue steadfastly to
Tun Clans Sprcckcls arrived at Ka
huhii last week, ele'ven day out from
San FrancNoo. On her arrival she col
lided with the J. D. Snreekcls, the latter
vessel being damaged to the cxtcht of
$50. An inquiry was held and it was
fouud that no blame could be attached
to the captain, as the accident was caused
by a very strong current.
Colonel SritncicELS vhas decided,
acting on the advice of Dr. Trousseau, to
remain in Honolulu for a j'car, instead
of making a trip to Europe. It is hoped
that a year's thorough rest will be the
means of entirely restoring his health.
He will make a short trip to the Coast
to briug down his family.
The members of the Young Peoples
Christian Temperance Union are re
quested to meet this evening at the
rooms of Miss Brceso. This is a pro
mising society, at present having over
100 members and a library of nearly 200
volumes, the last donation being a
Christmas present of 70 volumes from
Mr. A. L. Smith.
Ouu daily contemporary is re
joiced to learn that the sidewalk, be
tween the Bethel and the Anchor Saloon,
has been repaired, especially that part
nearest to the saloon. Some person
evidently wishes that tho staff of om
contemporary should, at least be out
wardly dry while proceeding to become
A young man was arrested on Satur
day evening because he" was hit in the
face without provocation. Ho was per
fectly sober, and alwaj'S Jis so, yet he
was detained in tbu station house all
Saturday night, liberated on a bail of
$25 on Sunday morning, and yesterday
morning was told that there was no evi
dence whatovcr against him.
Tun following was the business yes
terday in tho civil branch of tho Police
Court: AV. Jacobs ,v. J. K. Porter,
assumpsit $22, settled out of court;
Kennedy & Co, v. E. B. Frlcl, assump
sit $17.53, judgment for plaintiff; Ha
wahan Carriage Manufacturing Co. v.
Paulo, assumpsit $02, judgment con
fessed; O. B. Fishcl v. James Coswell,
assumpsit $31.25, settled out of court;
ono caso was continued.
In tho Police Court yesterday there
were eight cases of drunkenness; two
Chinamen forfeited $10 each for furious
riding; J. II. Kcnol, charged with forg
ing an order, on Mucfarlaue & Co., was
remanded; II. O. Johnson, disorderly
conduct, forfeited $23; Kcha and J.
Hopper, affray, remanded; O. Amerc,
disorderly conduct, remanded; Antono
Silva, assault, fined $10; Malia, larceny,
found not guilty, and on asecond charge
of a similar offenco, was remanded.
Tin: Emperor of China, who is sixteen
years old, eats with gold-tipped chop
sticks of ivory, and sleeps on a bedstead
carved and ornamented with gold and
Ivory, which has been used for two
centuries, lie studies Chlucbo and
marches threo hours a day, and spends
two hours lu archery and riding. Every
one, even ids father and mother, kneels
to him on entering his sacred presence,
Ho Is attended by eight eunuchs, who
will not let him OYcrcnt. Jis.
Kciiii I Co's iBflllctin of lew Goods !
UX STMll. MAiUPOBA, 'JAUT. 2g, 1881.
backs of Fitio Large Humboldt Potalous, the ljual In tho Mai km ; will keep a
long time, just the ailudo for family consumption.
Boxc? of Call foi nia Frmb Apple and Pe-irs,
Fioih Easlctn Oysteis, In shclh and tins Oases' fit oVniliSt il.'ltnon,
Ciues of Canned and Dried Fruliti,
Caks of Fine llain-i and Uncon, s it , , ,
Casks of Fiii'j Smoked Million, Biles of Fine Alfalfa Hny, etc., ,
Cases of Litorn and California Canned UooJ, , ' '
Itaislna in Layer Whole Poxes. , J
lliisins in Layers Half Uo.xefl. ' ' " "
llaisins in L-iycrs Quarter Boxes. v
Almonds, "Walnuts, Brazil NulB,
. C5T Which wo ;111 guarantee to sell lower than any olhor house in the
kingdom. - ,
uoous DKiavniiED iuun of .oifAitui:. island oiumiw tilled with dispatch.
KENNEDY & Co.
Fopnhr Grocery, PiovlMon
United wo Stand,
THE ONL.Y ItECOaNTZED
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENTS
IN THE HAWAIIAN JUNG-DOM I
'PHE NEW FIRM TAKE MUCH PLEASURE IN STATING- TO
X the Business Community and the Public Generally, that they have lltted up
0110 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 thcin their patronage, feeling assured
that all business transaction'! will be conducted by them in every particular to tho
best of their ability, and on tho most reasonable bai.
Agencies; Wells, Fargo & G,9
HANIBLE & ST. JO, AND
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON & QUINCY RAILROADS,
REAL ESTATE AND EMPLOYMENT,
Mutual Life Insurance Company, New York,
CITY OT LONDON FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
JSS?Spceial attention in the following Department will be our aim, and wo
invito your careful perusal.'!!
WELLS, FARGO & dO., GENERAL. FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
AGENT3. "Wo deliver Letters, Packages, Paieels and Money all over the World,
send orders direct to our Agents likewise,- to bo filled and 1 (.'turned. Ship through
out the United Stales andPoroign Countries Merchandise. Curio's, &c, fioni the
Kingdom. jJgyAlwnys advice your fi lends abroad to send Parcels Packages,
Important Letters and Money to yon through WELLS, FA11GO & Co., who'-e
Agencies arc 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 QUINOY RAILROADS. Those Roads arc the most Comfortable and
Inviting Koads going Eat. Tourists will find the Scenery, the Palace Cars, the
Station Restaurants along those routes most inviting and superior, and Letters will
be given to all Travelers and Tourists going cither as 1st or 2nd class passengers
to the Principal Agent in San Francisco, who will take special pains in making
you acquainted with Railway Olllcials through letters, so that your trip will bo
most enjoyable to the 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 Real and Leasehold Property. Our oillec will contain maps of all
Properties left in our charge. Wo make a specialty in Collecting Rents, keep
ing Prcmifecs in repair, Paying and Discharging Taxes, "Water Rates and effecting
Insurances. Owners of Property should bear in mind that wo will relieve them
from given their attention to Property, guaranteeing at all times to act with caio
and for a nominal consideration lor services in this department. Rooms, Cottages
and Mansions to let at all times on application to us.
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. "WE SUPPLY ALL KINDS OP HELP, both
Male mid Female, in all the various branches of industry on these Islands.
Agents, Planters, aud Merchants generally Mioiild notify us when vacancies
exist, as we will furnish no help such asClerks, 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. "Wc feel it a duty to call every
man's attention (particularly u man of family) to keep his Life insured for the
benefit of his Family, who so often arc dependent upon his labors for their sup
port. Young men and mechanics would llud it tho mot pleasant duty of their
livc3 to take out a Policy on the "Tontine" principal, when, in a few years,,
should they live, they will have suillcient funds to engage In business, with a neat
liltlo income to back them. AVe invito you to call! on us when wo will take
pleasure in illustrating to you how' beneficial It Is for your welfare to be Insured !
Every man who owns Property should remember that "Fire," that grim
messenger often makes the lleh, or well-to-do, poor and poverty stricken. Let
this be 11 warning to you, and call on us at once and protect yourselves against
MONEY TO LOAN. PROM $100 TO $10,000 Ol-i FIRST-CLASS SECURITY.
CUSTOM HOUSE Brokers. Wc have made special arrangements whereby
wo can enter Goods at the Custom Ilouso through Power of Attorney, and wo call
upon all Merchants and Store-keepers to make us their Agents at once. Our
Charges for tills work are very Reasonable, and wo will Enter (jioods, Pay and Dis
charge Freight and Duty Bills, and Deliver Your Goods dlftct to yodr places of
business in prompt order. Merchants and Store-keepers will ilnd 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. Business men who will intrust their commercial matters to us
may always feel siifc in so doing. Wo study tho interestsof our clients at all
times, and advise on nil business topics carefully, based on our best judgment.
In tho General Business Department we attend to everything in tho Commer
cial lino, such as tho following, viz : Books and Accounts Kept and Adjusted Ac
curately, Neatly 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, &o drawn. ALSO Advertisements, Notices,
Articles, Communications and Correspondence written. ALSO .Memorials
Drafted and Engrossed, Drafts, Notes, Bills of Exchange, Luttcm of Credit, and
Banking Matters Generally attended to.
All Orders from the Various Islands to us will recclvo prompt
ness. Wo can purchase at tho i.owe&t maiikkt uatus, and much moro reason
ably than you can, and wo Inspect everything before wo buy, and, therefore, It Is
to your interest to send your orders to us, as we then beeomo responsible, and tho
small commission you pay us is less than what your purchases amount to buying
as you have been doing direct.
ItSyAll correspondence to us wo take pleasure in answering without delay.
BSyWo invito everyone to inspect our now and spacious olllces, 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 bo gratified in knowing that such a beneficial institution
has been established, whom tho wants of all may bo supplied by
Your Most Obedient Servants,
"WISEMAN & ASHLEY,
General Justness Ayents. Campbell's JVew JJloct, Jfercu(ht Street,
p. 0. box :nn. telephonic 172.
JGgyP. S. Our Christina's and New Year's Rooks arc icady, and on applica
tion or by latter wc will present or feend you one. 500,
mil Produce Store, 07 & fi9 lintel street.
P. 0. Box 297.
Divided we Fall!
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I bTISllM flOUSB fluM !
My Elegant Assortment of New Goods
buicciwi oy my...elf in Paris, Loudon, aud New York,
ire low Open am Ready for Inspection
A.iNj; ,SAIj12, unci eomprlHo
Never Leforc Introduced here, among which will bo found
Entirely Now Patterns in
Mies', Misses', ai curart Boots in shoes,
' EST JUST SEE MY -a
Elegant Paris Made French Kid Gaiters,
Po not fail to see the
New Styles ami Colors in Ladies' ami Blisses' Silk,
t Lisle, and Bnlbriggan Hose.
. m m-,,E5 or wggggg. B, o, a., a
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Gent's Elegant Dressing Oases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
It is not necessary for me to enumerate tho many now Roods now
introduced by me here, but the
Ladies are invited to call and judge for themselves.
TT ,, w n M. BWScIRIERWY.
Honolulu, Nov. 122, 1883. f-
MAGISALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
A Lnrg'c Assortment of these justly Celebrated Safes
Just Arrived. ''
Over 500 in eerily use on the Hawaiian Islands..
Safes Sold for Cash, or on the Installment Plan. .
For Pi Ices, Circulais, etc., apply to
( C. O. BERCrER, General Agent,
510 lf " " HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Th'd Well-known Machine is now ubed at tlio Royal Palace, Hawaiian Hotel.
who' "daiium bur of private residences, giving entire satisfaction ovory-
It is the most economical Machine in ure, easily managed and automatic in its
l)"I cl LlUll
onIi" fniish from a 20 Light to a 1003 Light Machine, smaller sizes constantly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, olc, apply to
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
5(14 tf l) HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Wo have rcceied a further consignment of Messrs. Mirrlces. "Watson & Co.'s
machinery, and have now on band, ready for delivery. ' t.
One TripplcEd'cct, on handsome wooden iron staging, containing' 8135
tquaro feet of heating surface, with pumping engine and disohaiginir mont.
jus, complete. "
One Doilble.l'jll'npt. lmvlnw.' "9nn crmnrn .nt nt l..-,nlt.. o..-r lz.ni.
engine and inonljus.
Ono set of Four "Weston's Patent Centrifugals, with engine nnd mixor.
Ono set of Two "Weston's Patent Centrifugals. .' ',
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Haying increased facilities for tho manufacture of theno machines,-., tho
Uos.loii's.l'atont for which, in Great Uiitain, has expired, we aie tbua en- .'
ablcd to oiler thcin at materially reduced prices. .'
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"We have a full assortment of Centrifugal spares linings, brasses. 'rub'Uoi
ik and Initios itr . (." ''.bbw
bands mill huohes, etc
Two Diagonal Kngluo?, each fi Inch
L'lnrinorr, Flat Coolers, QxQ1 and
Ono spare Top Holler, for 20 inch
Ouo bptuu Side Holler, for 2ii inch
Ono spiro luteriuedlatoSpurAVheol,
''BHli; Annual Meeting of tho Shore.
X holileiB of Kuplolanl Park Awocl.
atlon will bo held at the Armory, on
Queen btieet, WIDDNESDAY, Jon. 110,
at 1 o'clock p.m.
Uy oidcr of tho President.
(117 Mb Hccrelory. i
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GO- , J .
' ,11 f
by 13 Inch.
by fi 1 inch mill. " , ,"'
by fit inch mill. " ""
for gearing of 20 inch by 51 mill.
p W. Macfarlano & Co.
A3SYONE found on my premises at
Moanalun without my permission,
will lo,pro3ecutcd for trespass.
O KA MEA o loan nna malunn o ku'u
nina ma Moanalua, mo ku'u uo oloaku
o hoopllia no oia no ke koraohowo.
t ,r., ,. ' B.GERKB.
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