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FRIDAY, JAN. 2, 1885.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
AH time fioin noon of to-day,. Inn. 2.
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MIMI AND WUATIItll
Itecord fiom noon ot jostnduy:
At'"eTl?Mel. llioimoinctoi- ltnln.
I Ih I Oil I 22h II -211 'I Oil I 18llltnl8U
I oooo no.m sociDtso 740 7t II 0.00
Wind, 12. light; Sky, line; Sen, smooth.
S S Zcnluiullu fiom .San FiaueUuo
Schr Rob Hoy from Kooliui
Slim C K Bishop from Kiiual
Schr Rainbow from Kbolau
3 S Zealnndla for Austinllu
Stmr W G Hall for Wmdwaid poits
Schra Waioli for Mallko
Sehr Kawallanl for ICooluu
Schr Maiy Foster for Haniakua
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
BUnc Eureka foi San Fianelseo
Stmr 0 R Bishop for ICanal
Stinr 0 R Bishop for Kauai
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bgtno Discovery, Pcrriman
Bk Bygdo, Christcnscn
From Honolulu for Australia per S S
Zealandia Jan 1S A Gulhlu, C Prc
fusis, Mr Tuttlc, Rev W A Swan, Mrs
Lcavitt, X Barker, Mr Ilasselman, wife
and 2 ehlldreu, W Robeity & 54 In
From Knnai per C R Bishop Jan 2
DrHeibcit, J Dower, N Hulbcrt, Miss
The Discovery will sail for San Fran
cisco on the Gth or 7th inst.
Schr Rainbow brought 279 bags of
Schr Rob Roy hi ought 230 bags of rice.
The bg J D Sprcckels left S F on Dec
tho 24th for Kahulul.
In Honolulu, January 1st, 1885, by
thu Rev. J. A. Cruzan, Lilian Baldwin
to Frank E. Atwatcr.
At AVaialua,Dcc.31,lS84,Maria Jessie,
the beloved child of Abel and Caroline
Clark, aged 2 years and 2 months.
"Thy will be done."
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
St. Albans College will re-open on
Monday morning next at 9 o'clock.
Twenty bags of mail for the Post
Office, arrived by the Zealandia.
T111 Swintbn premises on Bereta
nia street are advertised to be let.
Poor Piggy liad to suffer yester
day. Over COO were killed and eat
en in Honolulu.
Three lepers are at the receiving
station awaiting examination, two
from Hawaii, one from Maui.
Artists' Materiels of all kinds
always on band, at reasonable price,
at King Bios.; Art Store. 908 3t
It you want your children to bo
healthy, give them plenty of poi
made from Taro Flour. 908 3t
The trotting match race between
Joe Dake and Consuelo did not take
place yesterday, the latter horse hav
ing gone lame.
The Fort Street School will re
open Wednesday next, the 7th inst.
The principal requests that parents
having beginners will have them pre
sent on that day.
Young men, you will do well to
call and see the Zephyr white straw
hat at M. Mclnerny's, tho lightest
and coolest hat we over saw. There
arc but a few. 908 8t
St. Louis College will re-open on
Monday next. The new buildings
nro ready for use. Tho attendance
on tho opening day is expected to
reach over 300.
At St. Andrews Cathedral, Wed
nesday evening, tho Rev. George
Wallace made very appropiiate re-
mpiks for tho occasion, it being tho
last service of the old year.
PiucES of sugar at tho San Fran
cisco Reflncry had advanced a quar
ter cont all rouud, except boxes a
half cent, at the latest date, Dec.
24th. Dimduds latest is that Cuban
is i of a cent lower, and manilla
. -- .
Messrs. J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.
have for sale at 30 cents each,
copies of the supplement to tho S.
V. Wasp, which is a magnificent
illustration of tho binning lake at
the Volcano. It is by Jules Taver
nier and is done in fourteen colors.
afternoon, and seemed much inter
To-dav is tho forty-ninth anni
versary of the birth of II. M. Queen
Emma. May Her Majesty have
many happy icturns of the occasion.
A 1.AI101: number of serenading
parties were out New Year's eve.
The Royal Hawaiian Band, in ac
cordance with its usual custom, was
also round town discoursing ex
cellent music. Tho Kawaiahao
Church boll tolled tho old year out
and rung the new one in. A ter
rilic fusillade of fire crackers and
torpedoes also greeted Father Time's
change of horses.
His Kx. the Minister of Foreign
Affaiis has received a cablegram
from Mr. It. "W. Irwin informing
him that 800 Japanese laborers would
leave Tokio by the Pacific Mail Com
pany's steamer on tho 28th of Janu
ary direct for Honolulu. Mr. Irwin
nlso states that between 2,00 and
3000 will be ready to leave in March
and Apiil. Mr. Irwin will accom
pany the first batch of these immi
grants, which may be expected to
arrive here on or about the 12th
The Rev. and Mrs. A. Clark, of
Waialua, arc called upon to mourn
the loss of their bright little daugh
ter Jessie, which took place just as
the old year was dying out. The
remains were brought to Honolulu
yesterday, tho funeral taking place
this morning from St. Andrews Ca
thedral, the Right Rev. the Bishop,
Revs. G. Wallace and Alex. Mack
intosh officiating. Mr. and Mrs.
Clark have the heartfelt sympathy
of a large circle of friends in this
their hour of bereavement.
The P. M. S. S. Zealandia arrived
yesterday morning about 7 o'clock,
seven days and a half from San
Francisco. After discharging mails
and taking on board a mail for the
Colonics, she left; again at 10
o'clock. Her delay was caused by
the European mails. It appears that
tho mails came across the Atlantic
on tlnce different steamers. The
first mail arrived .in San Francisco,
Sunday, the second Monday, while
the third one did not arrive until
NEW YEAR'S DAY.
The first day of the year, 1885,
was celebrated in Honolulu as a
general holiday. All government
offices were closed, and nearly all
the stores in town. There was a
considerable display of bunting in
different parts of the city. Tho
Zealandia arrived early and left
again shortly before 10 o'clock.
Quito a large number of private pic
nics took place, and many of the
boys went into the country for tho
purpose of shooting. At 11 o'clock
a foot race camo off between Jim
Brown and C. Gannon, distance one
mile, for $100 a side, on the road
near Kapiolani Park. They got
away to a good start, but after going
a little over a quarter of a mile,
Brown was, taken with a stitch in
his side and stopped, Gannon of
course winning the race. The
athletic sports in the afternoon at
tho Makiki ball grounds were largely
attended and a complete success.
It is to be hoped that a new series
may bo held at no very distant date.
Following is the result ;
120 yards race. Won by C. D.
Baldwin after a close and exciting
race. Twelve started. Time 14
seconds. Prize, silver watch and
100 yards "raco for boys. Won
by W. A. Baldwin in fine stylo.
Fourteen starters. Time 12J
seconds. Prize, sleeve buttons and
One mile race. Won by F. do
Frcitas, aPortugucseJboy who had a
long start and was never headed.
Four others started. No timo taken.
Prize, gold breaBt pin.
Boys' bicyclo race. Won by
Willie Peterson. Four starters.
Prize, nickel plated clock.
Two hundred yards huullo race.
Won by J. Moffntt. Seven started.
Timo 29J seconds. Prize, silver pin.
Stone gathering race. Won by
Johnnie Wright in a yery clever
manner. Fivo contestants. Prize,
set of gold studs.
Three legged race. Won by W.
His Majesty tho King paid a
to the glass blowing exhibition
A. Baldwin and Edward Hart.
Prize, two rings. Sovcn couples
Five miles bicycle race. There
wcro only two competitors and the
distanco run one mile, Johnson win
ning easily. Prize, gold slccvo but
tons. Half hour go as you please race.
"Won by C. Gannon, who covered
close on four miles in the time.
Five others started, but dropped out
at intervals. Prize, diamond ring.
The afternoon's sport rcllectcd
great credit on tho Committee,
though wo arc afraid they will bo a
little out- financially. Messrs J.
Wright, McLean, W. Wright,
Clement and Murray officiated as
judges, Mr. Thos. Wright, an old
English pod. , started the races, and
Mr. S. M. Whitman, who would
rather witness a foot race than cat a
meal, held the watch as timekeeper.
Tho prizes were presented to the
successful competitors this noon.
The residence of Mr. and Mrs. D.
D. Baldwin, Dole street, was tho
scene of great festivity la9t evening,
the occasion being the marriage of
their daughter, Miss Lilian, to Mr.
Frank E. Atwater. The house and
grounds were most beautifully illu
minated with colored lanterns. Tho
parlors were very prettily decorated.
On one side of tho house a large tent
had been erected, the interior ot
which was tastily decorated with
ferns, evergreens, flags and lanterns,
giving an oriental air to it. It was
so arranged that the large number of
guests present could pass out from
the parlor into the tent, the further
end of which led into Mr. Baldwin's
office, where his large and magnifi
cent collection of shells was viewed
and much admired. Shortly before
eight o'clock tho bridal party entered
the parlor to tho strains of Mendels
sohn's Wedding March, the biide
and groom occupying a position at
one end directly under a floral
marriage bell. The Rev. J. A.
Cruzan performed the ceremony in
a very impressive manner. Congra
tulations followed, and when all had
wished the happy couple long life
and very much happiness, ice cream,
cake, and lemonade were handed
round. Miss Hopper, Messrs. Mar
ques and Morse played most ex
quisitely a Serenata by Bcrtucci
arranged for piano, viola and flute.
The presents, "which were very
numerous and elegant, were dis
played on two tables in the parlor, and
admired by everyone. Tho whole
affair was well arranged and beauti
fully gotten up. The Bulletin
joins in wishing the newly married
couple long life and happiness.
J. E. WISEMAN.
Tho Reliablo Business Agent,
Quarterly Bills DistriUnteil
Qnarterly Bills Collectei !
TO SUIT THE TIMES !
SI PEARL GALLERY,
Corner Fort and King Streets.
New Styles of Colets !
Boudoir and Promenade Pliotographs.
ON and after this date Mr. John A.
Palmer will distribute and collect
our bills. His receipt bcinj.'siilI1otcnt.
, LEWIS fc CO., Hotel Street.
Honolulu, Deo 31, 1S84. 008 tf
New Cottage to Let.
ANEW COTTAGE, corner of Pensa
cola and Kinau streets; fourioonm,
kitchen, lath and pantry. Water laid
on. Healthy locution. TerniH reason
able. Enquire of
W. O. ATWATER,
000 2v Gov't Unildlng.
MISS MUTUEU would announce
lhat tho ucxt term of tho Kinder
garten and Primary School will open
On Sfomln)', Juuuury 5, 1883.
School hours from 0 a.m. till 8 p.m.
" 000 4t
Also, assist In geiieial olllco woik.
Olllcc In Campbell's Block, Hoom 7, up.
OfTor for sale ex recent arrival?,
In quarts and pints.
Of Joseph Perriur fc Co's Chalons,
Carle Ai gent,
Grand Yin Mousscux, ,
Carta Blanche mod. d'or,
Of Clins. Farrc, Reims.
Carte Blanche, Dry
Lo Brum Frercs.
Of Gustavo Claudon, Cognac
M. Formont fs Co., Cognac
Otard Dupuls & Co., Cognac,
A. Goudln & Co., Cognac,
J. P. Chevlllc, Cognac.
XJoHt Mcluilcdnm Gin.
in stone and glass..
Of J. T. Bcnckcr's Schiedam.
Pino jovt WliieH,
SUPERIOR TABLE CLARETS.
Of Mario Bris-ard & Roger, Rouleaux,
Crcino do Pralines Grillccs, a la
Crcine du Cacao, Chouva a la vanillc,
Nuevo Hahanos and Cheroots.
Strasburg Beer, pts. and qts.
Gciininc Manila Cigars,
Nucva Ilubanos and Charcots.
For sale by
Ed Hoffschlaeger & Co.
00 i lm
Having just opened his
Informs his friends and the public in
general that they are
The Finest Class of Goods
of Silverware ever exhibited in this city
and consist of
Tea Sets, Ice ' Pitclers,
Trays, Castors, Knives, Forks,
Spoons and Tea Spoons,
Combination Baking Dishes, something new;
Pickto Stands, Cups,
Napkin Rings, Celery Glasses, ' .
.Spoon Holders, Butter Dishes,
Ladles' Toilet Sots,
Bronze Figures, Chandeliers,
Also a very line lino of
$3f These goods must ho seen to bo
appeciated, being mado fiom tho heav
iest material, and also cry 0111amcnt.1l.
892 lm 00 Kort Street.
TO THE LADIES !
PYAT, THE WELL-KNOWN
Indies' liair.dresper, of Snn Fran-
cibco, talcci much pleasuro in announc
ing to the ladies oC this city and vici
nity, that lie is prepared to do all kinds
of hair.work. Combings made Into
Switches, Laiigtry, Coquette, Daisy,
Opera, Saratoga waves, &C. Ladies'
hair cut, curled and shampooed. Hair
dressed In latest styles, vl.: Pompa.
dour, Sevigne, Laiigtry, &c, &c.
007 2w M KIOIIARD ST.,
Cottage to idol.
A Cottage, nearly new, with
two rooms, turn fiont and
back verandah. Willi water
laid on, standing in wcll-shadid grounds
near Kawaiuhno Church, will bo rented
at a reasonable rate. Enquire of
002 tf , B. . DOLE.
IYVollinj IIoiino to Lrtst.
Tho promises now occupied
by Judgo McCully, on Ilere
tanla bircet. lu Kuloakaliua,
will bo rented after thu 1st of Febiuury,
1885. at reasonable uitcs. The house is
commodious, and the outhouses con.
venicnt. Tho grounds uro well planted
with trees and shrubs. Enquire of
003 tf S. 11. DOLE.
Building: Lots for Sale.
SEVERAL building lots for tale or
rent at Kapalainn, near the Nluhc
lowal bridge, on tho Era side of tho
lane leading to Austin's estnto. Easy
terms. Apply to W. O. A011I,
Law olllce of W. It. Castle, 837 tf
Sutuiday evening, tho 20th inst.,
tho bay hoiro called -ROMEO," be
longing to II. It. II, tlm Piiueess Liiiu
okalauT, known by a w hito mark on each
hind foot and a white ppot on tho foie
head, in company with a email bluuk
horse with a very short tall, letter G on
tho rlght-hlud leg, whlto pot on thu
back. Anyone leturnlng these horses
to her residence on Borctaula stieet
will bo fcitltubly rcwaided. W)3 tf
On HAY ETCHM, January 5tli,
Saturday Evening, Jan. 10,
An Auction Sale will take place
At tie Telle ofFasMoii, 61ana63FortSt.
Commencing each uveuing at 7 o'clock.
As Large Shipments are on the way.
Lyons & Levey will conduct these sales..
Lycan & Cos lew iioicenient
disposed of all our old stock at auction, we are
3STOW offering an
Entirely Net Stock of ilay Goods,
of every description, lower than any other house in Hono
lulu. All the goods that wo have now on hand
were selected in person by our Mr. "W.
Gr. Wood, in San Francisco,
for the Xmas trade,
and comprise a complete assortment of everything to he
found in any first-class Music, Toy, or
Fancy Goods Store.
LYCAN & CO.,
Honolulu, Dec. 9, 1884.
Large invoices of Goods (of all descriptions) having been received by mo, they .
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than tho samo quality of ,Goods can be purchased elsewhere in Honolulu, and
satisfaction irunrnnteed. 3Iv stock consists of all kinds of AMERICAN,
ENGLISH AND .SYDNEY MANUFACTURE,
Saddles, Belts, Pouches, Leggings, Saddle Cloths, School Bags, &c,
Bits, Spurs and Stirrups, &c, in Nickel and Silver Plates.
The reputation of my HOME-MADE HARNESS for superiority of workmanship
and material remains unchallenged dining my siv years' lctidcncc here.
Thankful for thu generous patronage of the pat,"its continuance and increase in
the future Ih respcctlully holii.ilcd at the old btand.
SS(5 Urn Comer of Fort and King streets, Honolulu, II. I.
Have received ex Mariposa,
Swiss Cheese. Cala. Grapes & Peats,
Fine Cala Apples, Dried Figs, Smyrna Figs, Wild Hare, on ico;
Dried Cherries, French Prunes, Cala Fresh Roll Butter,
Pickled Roll Ruttcr, Clbels' Extract Reef, Y pints Chutney,
Eastern Oysters, hi tin 'and shell ; Fresh Cala Salmon, on Ice, t
Celery, Cauliflower, Spiced Lambs' Tongues, in small jars;
Libby, McNeill & Llbby's canvas covered dried Beef,
Germea for breakfast, Capo Cod Cranberries,
And u full lino of Fresh Staple tiroccricy.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. Box 207. (702
J. F. BROWN,
Special attention given to Surveying
In Honolulu and vicinity.
Records' searched, and plans showing
titles carefully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
' Campbell's Block, Fort St.
Families and otheih in want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain thu same in quantities to
. suit bylon lug ordiTB-and con.
105 mi 107 Eon street.
The Corner Harness Store
Still" to the Front !
Hay and Grain !
woi.fi: .v r.mvAitim
llnvo on hand, and aro receiving by
Choice liny, OntH, Itrnn, t-ouiul niul
AVtioln Hurley, Crnrkcd niul Whole
Corn, Wheat, t, etc., etc.
Which they offer at tho
Lowest Market Rates.
Goodd delivered FREE OF OIIAROE.
WOIjFK A- KIMVAKUH,
Cor. King & Niiuauu Sts.
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom Houso Business prompt
ly, carefully and acouratoly
' J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St
P.O. Box 316. rm
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