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MONDAY, JAN. o, 1885.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All Hmo from noonof to-day, Jan. 5.
Sun Sets 5 32.
Similises 18 40.
Moon Rises 10 30.
High Tide (small) S 30.
High Tldo-. 20 30.
WIND AND WliATlIEK
Ilccord fiom noon of ycstcrduy:
aIlcvSi. "icimonirtor Ilaln.
I 4h Oil I 221i (I 21i I nil I 18li lltolSh
00.00 R0.03 I a0.037ja I MS I OtS 0.00
Wind, X. Sky lino; Sen, mnootli.
Stmt Jus Makcc fiom Kaiial
Stmr Planter fiom Kauai
Stmr Iwalanl from ltamakun
Stmr Walmanalo from Walmanalo
Sebr Ehukul from Walahta
Schr Mnnuokauai from Koolau
Schr Llholiho from llanainaiilu
Stmr Lchua from Windward ports
Uktuo W II Dlmoud from S V
Schr Xettic Merrill from Lahalua
Ship Stonnkhig from Hougkonjr,
Stmr Llkcliko for Kahuhil ,
Schr Whichi! for Koloa
Schr Poholki for Pima
Schr Rainbow for Koloa
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
Stmr Kiuan for Windward ports
Stmr Jas!Makco for Kauai
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Stmr Iwalaul for llnmakua
Stmr Lchua for Windward ports
Schr Manuokawai for Koolau
SchrNettie Merrill for Lahaina
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bgtuo Discovery, Pcrriman
Bktnc W II Dimond.aiondlctt
From Kauai per stmr Planter Jan 4
Mrs J C Ward & son, Mrs McBryde and
daughter, Z K Spauldlng, G Miiudou,
Capt F Grant, 11 V T Pun-is, Masters
From Kauai per stmr JasMakeo Jan
3 Mrs Weight, Major Wroughtou.
From San Francisco per Bktnc W II
Dimond Jan 5 Col Sam Norris, Jas
Ritcher, Olias Nicholas, J Hilcr, E C
Stmr Jas Makco hrought'1592 hags of
sugar & 34 hides. She sails to-morrow
at 0 A jr.
Stmr Planter brought 1803 hags of
sugar, 47 bags of rice, 39 bags of pla, 11
hides, 22 goat skins and 12 pigs.
The Am Ship Stonnking, Capt C J
Carter arrived off port this morning, 83
days from Hongkong bound for Victoria
B C. After taking In provisions she
will proceed on her voyage. ' She had
head winds and gales.
Stmr Iwalaul brought 1500 bags of
i sugar and 22 head of cattle.
Schr Ehukai brought C71 bags of sugar.
Stmr Lehna brought 2100 bags of su
gar nnd 44 hides.
The Bktne W II Dimond, Capt Hond
lctt arrived this morning. 21Jn days
from San .Francisco. Sue brings 2
horses, 2 bulls and 2 pigs for G W Mac
farlaue & Co. ; 2 horses for W G Irwin
& Co ; also 300 sacks of flour. 1017 sacks
of bran, 155 sacks of oats, 020 sacks of
barley, 303 bales of hay, 250 bhls'of lime,
8G3 sacks of bouc meal, 209 bdls of
shingles, 27000 bricks, etc. She is
docked near the O S S wharf.
Schr Nettie Merrill brought 1400 hgs
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS..
A bay pony is advertised as lost.
Band conceit at Emma Square this
A young Hawaiian man advertises
for a situation.
All government schools re-open
Jules Tavernier, tlio artist, leaves
for the Volcano to-morrow.
Mrs. Hampson, the evangelist, at
Kawniahao Church to-night.
The S. S. Mariposa is due on Fri
day morning yitli dates to the 2nd
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Foot racing is very fashionable on
Queen street between the hours of 12
and 1 o'clock each day.
The Rev. R. Wainwright, of
Kapaa, preached at St. Andrews
Cathedral yesterday morning.
Charlie the Lookout at Diamond
Head will soon have his new house
erected. The Legislature voted a
sum for it.
Mk. F. Pyat tho Ladies hair
dresser has postponed his departure
until the 15th, so as to accommodate
those ladies wishing his services.
On Wednesday at noon, Mr. E.
T. Adams will boll at auction at tho
store of Hoffschlaeger & Co., on a
credit to tho trade, ale, .wine, liquors,
Manila cigars and Westphalia hams.
Marshal Soper stopped a raffle
that was taking place on Saturday
evening at tho Astor house. Three
persons were arrested and had their
caso tried this afternoon, when a
nolle prosequi was entered by the
Mr. W. C. Peacock, of tho firm
of Frccth & Peacock, is, wo arc glad
to learn, recovering from a severe
attack of fever.
Our old friend Col. Norris re
turned by the W. II. Dimond this
morning, looking well and a few
Don't forget the auction clearance
sale at the Temple of Fashion this
evening, commencing at 7 o'clock.
Mr. Levey will preside.
Wednesday at 10 o'clock, Mr.
Adams will sell at the Kcnu premi
ses, King Street, Palama, tho whole
of tho household furniture.
George Stratcmcycr has com
menced to decorate tho plate glass
windows of Irwin & Co.'s new offices,
with some of his artistic lettering.
The regular meeting of Hawaiian
Lodge, No. 21, F. and A. M., will
be held this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited.
Young mcn, you will do well to
call and see tho Zephyr ,whitc straw
hat at M. Mclnerny's, tho lightest
,and coolest hat we ever saw. There
arc but a few. ' 908 3t
Tim Supreme Court opened at 10
o'clock this morning, the Chief Jus
tice presiding. An adjournment
was had until 10 o'clock to-morrow
His Ex. Gov. Dominis and Capt.
Jackson leave by the Jas. Makec to
morrow morning for Waialua, for
the purpose of fixing lights in tho
harbor at that place.
Mr. W. R. Castle's law ofncc
adjoining the Post Office is no more.
Workmen have demolished it, and
the improvements to be made to the
Post Office will, wo hope, soon be
Rainfall at Mr. J. K. Mills'
store, Honokaa, for Dec. was as
follows: Dec. 4, l-fil inches; 5,
04; 6, -40; 7, 2-07; 9, -73; 20,
1-G7; 28,2-20; 29, -2G ; 30, 3-19;
31, -05. Total for month, 12-72.
Mr. Mills has kindly furnished the
Mr. A. T. Baker, tho horse, doc
tor, who has been here some twenty
one months, has accepted a position
to take charge of a stock ranch at
Plato, Lower California, at a salary
of $2,500 a year. He expects to
leave Honolulu February 1st.
In the Police Court this morning,
4 drunks were fined SO each. Frank
Davis an "old offender for the same
offence, was sent over the reef for
15 days. Geo. Voght charged with
obtaining a diamond ring under
false pretences from Mr. Oxley was
remanded until the 7th inst. Three
Chinese for having opium in
possession were also remanded until
the 7th. A case of affray and one
for assault and battery were also
disposed of by His Honor.
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The exhibition of the Harden
hand grenade on 'Saturday evening
was decidedly the most satisfactory
that has yet taken place. A large
frame had been erected at the junc
tion of Union and Hotel Streets,
which was filled up with kindling
wood dried in an oven. After it
was fired, it was allowed to burn
until the blaze went up some thirty
feet in the air. Mr. Myers then
with three grenades advanced and
put this largo fire out just as easy
as a person could put out a candle
with an extinguisher. We under
stand that Mr. Myers is not able to
fill all orders, so great has been the
On Saturday evening at the resi
dence of Mr. C. Afong, Nuuanu
Valley, Mr. F. B. McStocker, clerk
with Irwin & Co., was united in
marriage to Miss Nancy Afong.
Tho ceremony, which was private,
was performed by the Rev. J. A.
Cruzaii. ' Later on a reception was
held at which II. M. Queen Emma
and a largo number of invited guests
attended. The presents were very
numerous and elegant. Tho Royal
Hawaiian Band played a choice
selection of music. Shortly before
ten o'clock the newly married couplo
drove off to their future residence
on King street and tho gucsts-
The Anglican Church Chronicle
opens the new year with a most ex
cellent number, which now lies
before us. Tho older it grows tho
better it gets to be. In speaking of
hard times and economy tho editors
come right to tho point. The sub
ject of evolution occupies considera
ble spaco and h well written. Tho
usual local, English, American and.
Colonial Church news is given. A
correspondent makes many sugges
tions with regard to the ctu tailing of
tho somewhat lengthy services. As
tho now year is just commencing it
would bo a good time to carry any
suggestions into effect. The educa
tional department is somewhat neg
lected in this number, but tho
editors promise to deal fully with
the Teachers' Association annual
meeting, in their next issue.
It saves time, patience and fuel,
if you buy machine-made poi.
Artists' Matcricls of all kinds
always on hand, at reasonable price,
at King Bros.' Art Store. 908 3t
It you want your children to be
healthy, give them plenty of poi
made from Taro Flour. 908 3t
LATEST F0REICN NEWS.
Adelaide, South Australia, has
never suffered as much from fires ns
during the past twelve months. ,
The German Imperial Reichstag
has voted a sum of money to bo de
voted to payment of members of the
Reichstag. This step has been taken
in direct opposition to the expressed
wishes of Prince Bismarck.
Th State Board of Charitiei of
Pennsylvania recently discovered
that Nicholas Scidcl, an insane man,
aged 78, was confined in a small
log hut on a farm near the city of
Reading, where ho has been kept
chained for a period of thirty-six
years by his nephew, who lives on
the farm. The latter refused to
permit visitors to sec the unfortu
A special from Fort Plain, New
York, of Nov. 25th, says: Kate
Sraulscy, who has now fasted 258
days, is not materially changed in
the last few weeks. She is but
slightly weaker, the irresistible shak
ing of her body and arms still con
tinuing. The appearance of tho
flesh is not such as would bo expected
of one who has endured such a pro
tracted fast, but is rather bloated
and abnormal in semblance. She
receives the best of care from her
mother, who is continually by her
side. There is no question in this
community as to the veracity of tho
Smulscy family, which is highly
respected. They were very reluc
tant in allowing tho caso to reach
public notice and extremely diffident
on being approached with iuquirics
concerning the girl's condition. Miss
Sraulscy is 20 years old.
The winner of an election bet in
Los Angeles, Cal., drank twenty-five
quarts of beer -within four hours,
and had to bo helped to bed. Tho
loser paid for tho beer. Both were
Germans. Another bet in the same
place was that the loser should
trundle the winner through the prin
cipal streets on a wheelbarrow.
When this bet was paid, a brass
band headed the procession, and
seven each of tho most prominent
Republicans and Democrats accom
panied it with collection boxes, tho
mono' collected to go to the Pro
testant and Catholic orphan asylums.
Three convicted Mormons in Pcr-s
cott, Arizona Territory, were sen
tenced to tlneo years and six months'
imprisonment in tho Detroit House
of Correction, and each to pay a
fine of 8500. Three lesser lights in
tho "Church" were given six months
in the Territorial Penitentiary and
fined 50,0 each. These convictions
and sentences aro hailed with great
joy by the anti-Mormon population
of tho Territory, and it is considered
tho backbone of polygamy in Ari
zona is broken.
The students of tho University of
Madrid, Spain, are heading a violent
agitation against tho Bishops for
censuring one of the professors for
advocating liberty of education.
Tho Picsident and Secretary of
State of tho U. S. of Colombia have
resigned, on account of tho Liberals
getting tho upper hand in politics.
An admirer of Mr. Spurgeon, the
famous London Baptist preacher,
has given him a carriage which has
shelves for books, an array of cigar
trays and a handsome looking-glass.
Mr. Spurgeon writes more vigorously
than cvpr against the hciesy of con
sidering tho uso of tobacco sinful.
TAKE NOTICE !
J. E. WISEMAN.
Tho Roliablo Business Agent,
Quarterly Bills Dlstrlbntea
TO SUIT THE TIMES !
JOHN A. PALMER will distribute
Also, assist hi general office work.
Office in Campbell's Block, Room 7, up
Oder for sale ex recent arrivals,
In quarts and pints.
Of Joseph Pcrrlcr & Co's Chalons,
Grand Vln Mousseux,
C.irte Blanche mcd. d'or,
Of Olias. Farre, Reims,
Carte Blanche, Dry
Lo Brum Frcrcs.
Of Gustavo Claudon, Cognac
51. Porniont & Co., Cognac
Otard Dupuis & Co , Cognac,
A. Gotidin & Co., Cognac,
J. F. Chcvillc, Cognac. ,
Best ISoImlcdniu Gin.
in btone and glass.
Of J. T. Beneker's Schiedam.
IPIno Povt "Wln.es,
SUPERIOR TABLE CLARETS.
Of Marie Brizard & Roger, Bordeaux,
Crcmo de Pralines Grillecs, . a la
Crcmo tie Cacao, Chouva a la vanille,
Nucvo liabanos and Cheroots.
Strasburg Beer, pts. and qts.
Genuine Manila CigaxH,
Nueva Hubauos and Cheroots.
For sale by
Ed Hoffschlaeger & Co.
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 Pitta,
Trays, Castors, Knives, Forks,
Spoons and Tea Spoons,
Combination Baking Minos, something now;
Picklo Stands, Cups,
Napkin Rings, Celory Glasses,
Spoon Holdors, Bultor Dishes,
Ladies' Toilet Sets,
Bronzo Figures, Chandeliers,
Also a very lino line of
par These iroodn must bo seen to bo
nppeciated, being madu from tho heav
iest material, and nlso very ornamental.
802 lm CO Fort Street.
SON PEARL' GALLERY,
Corner Fort and King Streots,
New Styles of Cabinets !
Boudoir and Promenade Photographs.
China Engine Co. No. 5.
rpiIB following olllccra were elected
JL otiJDec. 31, 1884, for tho year ie83;
D. L. Alipart , Foreman
Look Tung 1st Asst "
Hung Some 2nd Abbt "
Lueliong f Delegate
Chant: Fool; Treasurer
F. O. Achoug , Secretary
Grand Clearing: Sal.
On HAY mm, January 5tli,
Saturday Evening, Jan. 10,
An Auction Sale will tnkc place
Attlie TemulB ofFasliion, 61antl63FortSt.
Commencing each evening at 7 o'clock.
As Large Shipments are on the way. ,
Lyons & Levey will
W. C. PEACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
3 Ximntin street.
HONOLULU, H. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFER FOR SAIE
At tlio liowest Market It til cm
Geo Goulet Champagne, pints & quarts.
ChasFano " " "
Carlton Frcrc " " '
Fine Old California Biandy, in bulk,
Pure Virginia White Rye Whiskey,
Builwciscr Lager Beer, pints and quaits
A large and well selected stock 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. Box 3C0.
Heads of Families
WILL PLEASE BEAR IN MIND
that wo keep on band a full
& STOVE COAL
Of the best quality, which we offer for
WliolcNiilo and KeUiil,
Orders respectfully solicited.
H, V. GJtAIIAM & Co.,
No. 82 King Street.
Telephone No 187. 605 lm
Corner or Fori nml IIoloI Htx. l
POI S POI !
Families and others In want of Oood,
Machine fiflade Poi,.
Can obtain tlio same iu quantities to
huit by liming ordeu and con
JF. 15. OA.rA
At Pacific Navigation Co.'s Building,
801 Queen street. tf
conduct these sales.
W. H. PAGE,
Honolulu asm miwmv
XOS. 123 and 130, FORT STREET
(opposite Pantheon Stables)
HONOLULU, II. I.
The ilauufactory 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 nil work guaranteed.
Tho Closest Attention Riven to re
pair work or nil IcindH.
H.ning been in business on the Island
for a number of e.irs employing none
but tho most Skillful of Mechanics, and
using only At Material, I can stiictly
guarantee all uonc leaving my Manu
factory. Givo mo a call boforo purchasing
Don't forget tho place.
123 nnd 130 FORT STREET.
orrosiTi: nonn's btaulus.
Hay and Grain
woijiT. &. i:mvAiiK
ll&a on hand, and are receiving by
Choice liny, OntH, ICrnu, i'uiiil nml
IWIiolc Hurley, CrnoUoil and WIioli-
Corn, Wheat, etc., otc, etc.
Which they offer at tho
Lowest Market Rates.
Goods delivered FREE OF CHARGE.
WOTjFi: & KDWAItDK,
Cor. King & Xuuanii Sts.
Telephone Xo. 310. 807 lm
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom Hougo Buoiuons prompt
ly, carefully and accuratoly
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St
Tolophono 172 P. 0. Eos 315.
J. F. BROWN,
Hprcial attention ghrn to Surveying
In Honolulu and vicinity.
Records searched, and plans showing
titlea carefully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs :
Canipbell'a Ulock, Fort St.
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