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SATURDAY, JAN. 3, 1885.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All tlmo from noon of to-day, .Tun. II.
Sun Set" 5 :tl.
Sun KImm IS -10.
Moon Rises 8 40.
High Tide (small) t) 00.
High Tldo (large) IS -10.
W)M AND WKATIinn
l.ccorct liom upon of ycsteiduy:
AtBcilni2?5l. Tl'Cimoinetcr ""
I -lli I nh I 22I1 2I1 I nh I I8I1 lito I8I1
I 30.00 I 30.00 I 30.lKl80O MO 03O 0.00
Wind, culm; Sky, very llnoi Sou, smooth.
Sehr Poholkl from Puuti
Sehr Waichu from Koloa
Stmr Kluau from Windward ioit"
Stmr Llkellke from Knuulul
Jlktuo Eureka for San Fiauelseo
Stmr 0 It Rlshop for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVINC ON MONDAY.
Stmr Llkellke for Kahulul
Sclir Wntchu for Koloa
Sohr Poholkl for Puna
Sclir Rainbow for Koloa
VESSELS. IN PORT.
Bgtne Discovery, Pcrrlnian
Bk Bygdo, Chrlstcnscu
For Maalaca, Kona and Kan, per W
G- Hall, Jan 2 Miss Emma Kawcwchi,
Henry Kawcwchi, P K Makoc, Miss F
M Church, It Mackenzie, G W Macfar
lane,WMulIcr, Mrs .IB Grant, Mrs X
C Haley, C A Stewart, S li Kaeo, S W
Kawewelii, and 75 deck.
From S F per sclir Ida Sclmauer, Dee
29-W Portlier & 2 children, G WGard
From Windward ports per Klnau,
Jan 3 Capt 33 L Robbius, Capt .las
Kaai, Theo II Davics & sou, T P Spen
cer, J K Kekaulia, O Dur.il, W "White,
J Durham, W II Daniels, S Decker. C
E Kempster, II It Smythe, .las Bright,
C B Make, Rev It Wainwright, J Olsen,
S G Wilder, Miss Helen Wilder, and
From Kalmlui eand way ports per
Llkellke .Tau 3 A Irvine, Mrs L Torbct
Mr nastle fc wife. Mrs Brist, A Brousc,
Mrs J Kalawa, S K Kauc, Mrs M Sllver
burg, W 11 Bailey, S WKaai, Mr Wide
liiutiu, W L llolokahlki, F Fritas, Bro
Sheppard, W Decosta, F II Hayseldcn,
For San Francisco per Bktue Eureka,
Jan 3 Capt Kustell, II Von Down.
For Waiauac and Kauai per Btmr C R
Bishop, Jan 3 Mr & Mrs F E Atwater,
. L W Doyle, n W Barnes, and 10 deck.
The sclir Ida Selinauer arrived at Ka-,
lmluionDcc 29th. 21 days from San'
Francisco, with a cargo of general
Stmr Kiuau brought 26G0 hags of su
gar, 4- horses, 03 hides, 35 bdls of goat
skins, 90 pkgs of sundries.
fftThe Bk Bygdo lias fluished discharg
ing oud is taking in ballast. Sho will
sail ou Tuesday or Wednesday next for
tl Sclir Waichu brought 904 bgs of paddy.
Stmr Llkellke brought 1,572 bags of
The Eureka sailed this day for San
Francisco with 7590 bags of sugar and
170 bags of rice. Value $ 10,350.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
On Monday morning at 9 o'clock,
St. Alban's College will open for a
The January term of the Supreme
Court opens on Monday morning at
10 o'clock,-Chief Justice Judd pre
siding. Mns. Wallace's select school will
re-open. on Monday morning next.
Pupils are requested to be prompt in
TnE Pacific Mail steamers bring
passengers to this port, but are not
allowed to bring the newsdealers
packages. Why is tbis thus?
Tim 'Tiser is wrong in stating
that Mr. Frank E. Atwater is a son
of, Mr. W. O. Atwater, in the In
terior Department. The gentlemen
Tun S. S. Mariposa, due January
9th, will bring nearly 200 Chinese,
transhipped from tho S. S. City of
New York, which recently arrived in
San Francisco from China.
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Tins ovening Mr. F. B. Mc
Stookcr, connected with Irwin &
Co.'s warehouse, will bo united in
marriage to Miss Nancy Afong,
second daughter of Mr. C. Afong.
Young men, you will do well to
call and see tbo Zephyr white straw
hat at M. Mclnerny's, the lightest
and coolest hat we ever saw. There
are but a few. 908 3
It is not always that tho matri
monial lightning strikes twice in the
same week in this city. Tho second
wedding for this week takes place
The wreck of the schooner Kckau
luolii was sold at auction, New
Year's day, at Haimlci, Kauai, to
Mr. S. C. Allen for $12. The spars
and rigging were- sold in small lots
and brought 8138.
The skating rink will bo open this
'Fin: more you contract a cold tho
greater it becomes.
"Wi: are glad to lenrn that Mrs.
Dr. McGrcw is steadily improving.
The imikcniinc W. II. Dimoiul is
20 days out to-day from San Fran
cisco. The lloynl Hawaiian Band will
give a concert at Emma Square,
A new" school term will bo com
menced at St. Louis College on Mon
day morning next.
Tub Friend says that Mr. C. S.
Mason is now General Secretary of
the Stockton Y. M. C. A.
The bark Caibaricn left San Fran
cisco, December 10th, for Honolulu,
with a cargo valued at 11,400.
Messhs. G. W. Macfarlanc & Co.
havc.bccn appointed ngctlts for the
Hawaiian Kingdom for Wells, Fargo
& Co.'s express.
The following have been elected
ofllcers of China Engine Co. , No. 5 :
D. L. Aphart, Foreman ; Look Sung,
1st Assistant,; Hang Sjome, 2nd
Assistant ; Chang Fook, Treasurer ;
F. C. Achong, Secretary.
On Monday evening, Jan. 5th,
Messrs. Lyons & Levey will hold a
grand clearing sale at the Temple of
Fashion, Fort street. This is to
make room for an immense shipment
of goods now on the way.
Paulo, for thirteen years a porter
at the Custom House, tendered
his resignation this morning. His
fellow employees have raised a purse,
which will be presented to him when
he finally leaves the employ.
Yesterday being the anniversary
of the birth of II. M. Queen Emma,
a large number of Ilawaiians and
foreigners called and paid their
respects to this most estimable lady.
The Royal Hawaiian Band was pre
sent in the afternoon and played
some excellent selections.
The floor in Mr. W. It. Castle's
new law office gave way this morn
ing, while the safe was being moved
in. It is a lucky thing that only one
board gavo waj', as in the cellar
below there is slocked a large
quantity of wines, liquors, etc.,
which, we might add, docs not belong
to Mr. Castle.
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A gang of captive transgressors
is employed in making plain the
rough way of Queen street, beyond
Punchbowl. This work might have
been begun a month or two ago
without danger of being called pre
mature. Better late than later,
however, and the recently improved
propeities in that locality will have
their value enhanced by a good
street in front of them.
This afternoon about fifteen min
utes before two o'clock, Mr. S. M.
Whitman saw smoke issuing from
the yard adjoining the Union Feed
Co.'s warehouse, on the Waikiki
side. He hastened to the spot and
found a heap of straw, shavings and
paper clippings on fire. It was put
out with the aid of a few bucketf uls
of water, without doing any damage.
The following have been elected
officers of Oahu Lodge No. 1 K. of
P. : T. It. Lucas, C. C. ; C. J.
McCarthy, V. C. ; C. W. Hart, P. ;
Geo. Williams, K. of R. 8. ; J. F.
Noble, M. of F. ; Thos. Sorrenson,
M. of E. ; Oscar Branch, M. at A. ;
David Dayton, Geo. Lucas and
Henry Smith, Trustees.
In the Police Court this morning
Ah Ilin and Ah Lo, charged with
affray, were fined $5 ench. Kamano,
for drunkenness, had to pay $0.20.
An express-man, charged with violat
ing rules 3, 2d and 25 of express
rules, was remanded until Wednes
day. Lee Que, for assault and bat
tery on a native woman was fined 89
Sam 'Nowlein has a monkey who
is very fond of candy. Yesterday
morning the" brute, knowing that
Horn keeps tho best and finest
candies in town, paid a visit to tho
stoic. Ho jumped on to tho glass
showcase, and in bis frantic en
deavors to get at candy and mince
pics, broke tho glass. His master
entered at this point and Mr.
Monkey fled, but was soon after
The front of Bishop & Co.'s bank
is to receive a fresh coat of paint.
Scaffolding is being erected prepara
tory to commencing tho work.
Mn. S. M. Carter has been ap
pointed an agent to take acknowledg
ments to contracts. He has an ofllcc
with E. C. Fishbournc & Co., Kaalm
At the Y. M. C. A Hall to-night,
at 7:00, tlicro will be a meeting for
rehearsal of all those who will aid in
tho singing at Mrs. Hampson's meet
ings. Kawaiahao Church shines like a
now Knlnkn.ua dollar, its, capacious
audience room having been repainted
throughout. The work was complet
ed Thursday noon, so thnt it will bo
thoroughly dry for uso to-morrow,
when Mrs. Hampsou will hold her
meetings in it.
J. E. Wiseman, the General Busi
ness Agent, has just issued some
25,000 dollar, half-dollar and
quarter-dollar wrappers for rolling
coin in. They arc being sent to all
the various plantations and tho busi
ness houses hero nnd on the vnrious
Islands gratuitously. This certainly
will be a great benefit to the com
mercial world about us, and Mr.
Wiseman deserves praise in adding
so material a benefit to the wants of
Hawaii nei. Give him a call if you
wish a supply.
This morning Mr. J. M. Oat, Jr.,
presented Charles Peterson, the
lookout at Diamond Head, with
about 100 which had been sub
scribed by friends who admire the
faithfulness of this public servant.
He suffered considerably by the
recent storm, and this amount comes
to him at a very seasonable time.
His little girl has not been forgotten,
for kind friends have given her many
useful things to gladden her little
heart. Charlie feels very grateful
for what has been done for him, and
returns thanks in a card. Messrs.
J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co. had charge of
the subscription list.
Another trial of the hand grenade
was made . in the vacant lot beside
Love's bakery at 8 o'clock last even
ing. The spot was appropriate, as
its vacancy was due to a fire getting
headway, just for want of something
like the grenade. All Chinatown
turned out and produced- such an
oriental jam about the pile of com
bustibles, that the great minority of
natives nnd whites saw little but tho
reflection of the blazing mass when
the fire was started. While tho
necks in the outskirts of the crowd
were being craned to bring the eyes
into range, crack went two pairs of
the grenades," and the lurid glare
went out, as goelh. out the light of
the parlor lamp when the cat hath
been driven from tile pantry, and
the echoes of the old folks' footsteps
on the stairs hath died away into
It saves time, patience and-fuel,
if you buy machine-made poi.
Mits. Strong will re-open her danc
ing class at the Gymnasium, on Fri
day, January 2nd from 3 lo 5 for
children, and from 7 to 9 p. m., for
adults. 907 3t.
Artists' Materiels of all kinds
always on hand, at reasonable price,
at King Bros.' Art Store. 908 3t
It you want your children to bo
healthy, give them plenty of poi
made from Taro Flour. 908 3t
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICK over Bishop & Co.'h
Bunk, and will be happy to attend
to any business entrusted to Jiis care.
Cornor Fort and King Streets.
New Styles of Galets !
Boudoir and Promcmido Photographs.
MISS MU'i'UKB would announco
that tho next term of tho Kinder
garten and Primary School will open
On aiundny, .1 miliary 5, 1HH5.
School hours from u a. in, till 2 p.m.
'BUSINESS MEN . . f
j TAKE NOTICE! .9
J. E, WISEMAN.
Tho Rollablo Business Agent,
QirterlF Bills DistrWei
Quarterly Ellis Collected !
TO SUIT THE TIMES !
JOHN A. PALMER will distribute
Also, assist In geucrai olllcc work.
Ofllco in Campbell's Block, Room 7, up.
Oiler for sale ex recent arrivals,
In quarts and pints.
Of Joseph Pcrrler & Co's Chalons,
Bouzy Mbusseiiz, '
Carto Blanche med. tl'or,
Of Chas. Farre, Reims,
Carto Blanche, Dry
Lo Brum Frcrcs.
Of Gustavo Claudon, Cognac
M. Fonnont & Co., Cognac
Otard Dupuis & Co., Cognac,
A. Goudin & Co., Cognac,
J. F. Clieville, Cognac.
I3est Hcliiilcdniii Gin,
in stone and glasi.
Of J. T. Bcnckcr's Schiedam.
Xluo Xort; "WlneH,
SUPERIOR TABLE CLARETS.
Of Mario Brlzard & Roger, Bordeaux,
Crcme do Pralines Grillccs, a la
Crcme dc Cacao, Chouva a la vnnille,
Xuevo Habanos and Cheroots.
Strasburg Beer, pts. and qts.
Genuine Manila Cigars,
Nueva Hubauos and Chcrcots.
For sale by
Ed Hoffschlaeger & Go.
Having just opcnoJ his
Informs his friends and the public in
general that they nre
The Finest Class of Goods
of Silverware ever exhibited in this city
and consist of
Tea Sets,' Ice Pitclers,
Trays, Castors, Knives, Forks,
Spocns and Tea Spoons,
Combination Baking Dishes, something now;
Pickle Stands, Cups,
Napkin Rings, Celery Glassos,
Spoon Holders, Butter Dishes,
Ladles' Toilet Sots,
Bronzo Figures, Chandeliers,
Also a very line line of
CST" Theso goods must bo seen to ho
uppeciatcd, behnj mado from tho heav
iest material, and also very ornamental.
802 lm CO Fort Street.
TO THE LADIES!
FPYAT, THE WELL-KNOWN
ladles' htiir-drcsscr, of San Fran
cisco, takes much pleasure in atmounc
lug to tut limits or tins city ami vici
nity, that ho is prepared to do all kinds
of halr.work. Combings made Into
Switches, Lungtry, Coquette, Dulsy.
Opera, Saratoga waves, &c. Ladles'
hair out, curled and shampooed. Hair
dressed in latest htylcs, vl.: Pompa.
dour, Sevlgnc, Lungtry, &c, &o.
007 2vv ai lUCHAItD ST.,
AWAY FROM WAIKAHALULU,
Saturday evening, tho 20th hint.,
tho bay hoiso called 'KOMKO," be
longing to II. . II. tho Piliuves Llllu
oktilaul, known by a whltu niaik on each
hind foot ami a white spot on tho foie
head, in company with a small black
hoifco with a wiry shoit tall, letter G on
tho rlght-hlnd leg, whito spot on tho
back. Anyone icturiiin theso hoies
to her rcsldcuco on Berclaiiki Htrcct
will bo suitably rewarded. 002 1(
Grand Clearing Sale,
On HAY mm, January 5tli,
Saturday Evening, Jan, 10,
An Auction Sale will take place
Atthe Temple ofFasWon, 61anfl63FortSt.
Commencing each evening at 7 o'clock:
As Large Shipments are on the way.
Lyons & Levey will conduct these sales.
a. n. ntr.KTir.
W. C. PEACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
tt Xiuinim Street.
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFER FOK SALE
At the Iicnrcst 3Iurkct Itule.q
Geo Goulct Champagne, pints & quails.
ChasFarro " " "
Carlton Frcro " " '
Fine OldJCalifomla Biandy, In bulk,
Pure Virginia "White Uye Whiskey,
BudwciserLagui'lBcer, pint and quails
A largo and well selected slock of
&.C., &C, &C-,
Always on hand and for sale at prices
that defy competition. Country orders
solicited. All goods guaranteed.
Telephone 40. P. O. Bos 3C0.
Heads of Families
WILL PLEASE BEAK IX MINI)
that we keep on hand a full
FIRE WOOD, .
& STOVE COAL
Of tho best quality, which wo offer for
"Wholesale mid Ketuil,
Orders respectfully solicited.
H, F. J It AH AM & Co.,
No. &2 King Street.
Telephone No. IS". 895 lm
Corner or Fort nml Hotel St.
POI S POI !
families anil otlicis In want of Uood,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain tho samo in quantities to
suit by le.ivlng orderR and con
F. XJ. OAT,
At Pacific Navigation Co.'s Building,
601 Queen street. tf
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W. H. PAGE,
HONOLULU mVM HAHUFAV;
NOS. 128 nnd 130, FORT STREET
(opposite Pantheon SUibles)
HONOLULU, II. I.
The Manufactory contains a complete
Carriage Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Paint
Shop, and Trimming Shop.
DRAYS AND TRUCKS,
HAND CARTS, &C, &C.
Made to Order on most favorable terms
and all woik guaranteed.
The tltoKest Attention given lo re
pair work or all kindH.
Having been in business on tho Island
for a number of years employing nono
hut tho most.Skillful of Mechanics, and
using only Al Material, I can strictly
guarantee all woric leaving my Manu
lactor'. Give me a call boforo purchasing
Don't forget the place.
123 and 1H0 FORT STREET.
orrosiTH dohu'h btaui.ks.
W. H. Page,
001 Oni PROPRIETOR.
Hay and Grain
WOIiFR jl i:mvAitis
Have on hand, and urn receiving by
Choice liny, OntN, Kruii, (ironnil and
Whole Hurley, Cracked and Whole
Corn, Wheat, te., ote., ete.
Which they offer ut tho
Lowest Market Rates.
Goods delivered FREE OF CHARGE.
woi.i'r, . r.mvAitHH,
Cor. King & Nuiiami Sis.
Telephones Xo. 3 19. 807 1 in
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom Houso Business prompt
ly, carefully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St
Telophono 172 P. 0. Box 315.
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 llloek, Fort St.
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