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TUESDAY, JAN. C, 1886.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All ttino fiom noon of to-day, .Inn. 0.
Sun Sets 5 32,
SiinllUci 18 -JO.
Moon Itki-s .' 10 yet
llighTldo (small) 3 30.
High Tldo ..... 20 30.
WISt) AMI WEATHER
Mucoid from nuon of jcstoiduy:
AtSca"?Sl. Thcunomclor llnln.
I 4ti I OH I 22li (I 2h I nh I lSh llto ISh
I 30.00 n0.03 .10 00 It TOO I wo I CIO il p.00
Wind, X. Sky flnoi Sen, emootli.
.Ill ti 5
Schr Cutcriiia fiom Ilnualcl
Selir Kaulkcnoiill from Koliala
Sehr Marion from 'Wuiinca
Sttnr Kinau for Windward poi l
Stmr Jas Makco for Kannl
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Stmr Iwaluni for llamakua
Stmr Lchua for Windward ports
Schr Mnnuofcawai for Koolau
Schr Nettie Merrill for Lahalna
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bk Bygdo for Eureka
Bktue Discovery for San Francisco
Schr Jvaulkeaoiill for Koliala
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bgtne Discovery, Pcrrlman
Bk Bygdo, Chrlstenscn
Bktue W II Dlmond, Ilondlett
For Walanao and Kauai per stmr Jas
Makcc Jan C Gov Dominls, Cant
Jackson, Mrs Manchester, Rev A Clark,
wife and 3 children. Major Wroughton.
Schr Catcilna brought 000 bags of
paddy, and 200 bags of sugar.
The schr Marion will be hove down
to be cleaned.
Schr Kaulkcaouli brought 1005 bags
of sugar from Kohala.
Schr Jennie Walker is in the stream.
In this city,- January 6th, the wife of
Geo. II. Bbbertson a Son.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
To-night is Twelfth night.
A young girl advertises for a situa
tion. TriE Honolulu Rifles meet for drill
this evening at 7.30 at their Armory.
Have you had a tin type photo
taken at the Sun Pearl gallery yet?
If not do so at once.
If you want a good pasture for
your horse apply to J. Emmeluth,
No. G Nuuanu street.
Mrs. Ilampson, the ' evangelist,
speaks again this evening at Kawaia
hao Chinch at 7.30 o'clock.
TnE Government schools will re
open to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock
for the first term in the Now Year.
Col. Saxe had a consignment of
Duroc pigs and a Holstein bull come
by the W. H. Dimond, all in fine
Messrs. Ehlers & Co., Fort street,
have made an assignment to Messrs.
Geo. W. Macfarlanc and H. W.
On our fourth page will be found
"Mcadam (Macadamized) roads",
printed specially for the benefit of
Road Supervisor Halt.
Mil. J. I. Shaw, formerly proprie
tor of the City Shoeing Shop of this
city, is now running on insurance
journal in New. York city.
Tub Currency Committee of the
Chamber of Commerce are led to
believe that an answer will be re
ceived from the Government to-day.
There was quite a good attend
ance at the auction sale last evening
at "the Temple of Fashion. The
next sale will b on Saturday even
ing the 10th inst.
Hezkkia. Acq, who is charged
with embezzlement from Rev. H. II.
Parker, has had his case continued
for the term, and is allowed to go
on his own recognizances.
Messrs. Lyons & Levey aro mov
ing into their, new quartets, lately
occupied by W. G. Irwin & Co. Tho
first sale in their new quarters will
take place on Thursday morning at
Polynesia Encampment, I. O. O.
F., has elected the following officers
for the ensuing year: J. Simmons,
O. P; L. C. Abies, S. W. ; W. T.
Crooks, II. 1'. i M. Brown, Scribe;
J. J. -Lecker, Treasurer; C. J.
Fisuel, J. W. Mr. R. W. Laino,
Acting District Deputy Grand Sire,
was the installing officer.
Tub Port Street School opens to
morrow moining at 9 o'clock. Be
ginners nro requested to be on time
or llioy cannot bo received until the
Messrs. J. M. Oat Jr. &Co.,lmvo
for sale No. 5 of their Post OHlce
time table, for January, 1885. It is
jnvaluablc and should be in every
business house and ofllce in town.
To-day is the Feast of the Epipha
ny, or the manifestation of Christ
upon the earth to the Gentiles. Spe
cial services were held this morning
in the Episcopal and Roman Catholic
In the Supremo Couit yestorday,
in the case of F. G. Pond, charged
with being a gross cheat, his name
was called three times but ho failed
to appear. The Attorney General
asked that a bench warrant issue.
Pond is all right, probably in another
coitntry, laughing up his sleeve.
Mr. Adams, the auctioneer, has
two sales to-morrow. The first is at
10 o'clock, when he will sell tho
household furniture at the Keau
premises, King Street, Palama. At
noon, a fine lot of ales, wines,
liquors, Manila ' cigars, and West
phalia hams will be sold on a credit
to tho trade, at the store of Hoff
8chlaeger & Co.
We saw on the arrival of last
steamer an immense pile of Ladies,
Misses and Children's JJoots and
Shoes, and wo again saw the pile
this morning but greatly reduced
in proportion, and no wonder, as
most assuredly they arc the most
elegant goods to bo found in any
store in any country, and arc the
usual One class of goods that Mr.
Mclncrny always keeps in stock.
Foreign Jurors for the January
term of the Supremo Court arc re
quested to be in attendance to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock. The
cases of Joe. Miguel, for larceny
from Cunha's saloon, and Frank
Muller, the quack doctor, for per
jury, are set down for trial. Tho
countefeiting cases come on for
trial on Thursday. The Couit will
sit in Banco, Friday, hearing the
cases of malpractice against two
justices and two native lawyers.
Saturday is appointed for divorces.
Last evening -a pleasant gathering
of Brothers of Harmony Lodge No.
3, I. O. O. F., assembled in their
elegant rooms on King street, to
witness the installation of officers (
for the ensuing term. Mr. R. W.
Laine, acting P.. D. D. G. S., as
sisted by several Past Grands, in
stalled the following officers : Geo.
W. Carstcns, Noble Grand ; Robert
II. Graham, Vice Grand ; Jno. A.
Palmer, Secretary; L. C. Abies,
Treasurer. Pleasant remarks were
made by several brothers and the
progress of Harmony Lodge seems
very favorable for its future.
Messrs. C. Michiels, A. Kraft,
W. H. Herrink and A. Marques have
resigned their connection with the
Honolulu Symphony Club. This is
to be much regretted, as it will leave
a break which cannot be well filled
up. The last named gentleman
started tho organization and by his
persistent efforts the Club has grown
to its present standing. But it is
the old story, professionals and
amateurs cannot agree. Tho former
expect too much, and can never be
pleased when playing with amateurs.
When the Club consisted of only
amateurs there was never any
troublq: matters worked along
smoothly. Tho Club has delighted
Honolulu audiences on bo many
occasions that we arc truly sorry
any differences should have arisen.
The Boston Globe has the follow
ing: Tho language of the Sand
wich Islanders, commonly known as
"Kanaka," is a curious study. It
has a very limited vocabulary, one
word often covering a multitude of
meanings, the particular meaning
intended being designated by a
gesture. For example: Pilikca
means, generally speaking, trouble.
A native points to his foot and says,
"pilikea," meaning that ho has a
sore foot; taps his head and (ays
"pilikca," meaning that he has a
headache, or slaps his pocket, with
the same remark, meaning that he
is dead broke. Alloha is a polite
salutation frequently heard. It
means, hoT d'ye do ; your'B truly j
take something In fact almost
everything agreeable. The langttago
is not lacking in poetical significance
For example : A young maiden, bo
tween say 15 and 25 years of ago, is
called hooapella, which, literally,
means ripe fruit."
It saves time, patience and fuel,
if you buy machine-made poi.
Taro cakes, muillns, pancakes,
rolls, and a thousand other nice
things can be made from Taro Flour.
Try it. 911 3t
MRS. HAMPSON'S SERVICES.
Notwithstanding the Band at
Emma Square, and other counter
attractions, and the fact that Monday
night is a difficult time on which to
draw an audience to a religious ser
vice, the attendance at Kawaiahao
Church last night was very good.
The galleries were closed. Tho im
mense ground floor contained about
500 persons, filling more than two
thirds of the sittings. Dr. Damon,
who occupied tho platform with
Pastors Oggel and Cruzau, led in
prayer. The choir sang several
pieces, and among them " Jesus of
Nazareth Passcth by," which was
also Mrs. Hainpson's text, Luko
18 :37. Tho sermon consisted of an
intensely real portrayol of Barti
meus' blindness and poverty, and
the spiritual blindness and poverty
which comes to the soul given up to
sin. In her eloquent and impas
sioned language Mrs. Ilampson
spoke for an hour, and held the
fixed attention of the audience to
the close. In answer to an earnest
appeal for an immediate acceptance
of Christ, five persons asked tho
prayers of Christians. An inquirer's
meeting was held 'after the dismis
sion of the audience.
Services will be held in Kawaiahao
Chinch this evening, and every night
Mn. Editor: Will you kindly
publish the following, and oblige the
The Daily Hawaiian publishes an
article in their last evening's edition,
which is erroneous in many in
stances. ' It will be unnecessary for
me to enter into details concerning
Oahu Lodge Knights of Pythias
other than to say, on good autho
rity, that it was not a "Knights of
Pythias Lotteiy," but gotten up by
various members of the Order, as
individuals only, they personally
being tho originators. The amount
derived from the drawing," ' if any,
was to have been donated by these
gentlemen to the Lodge to assist in
relieving the afflicted and distressed
members of this old and respected
institution, which has carried along
many of its brethren through their
sickness and troubles, and which
were heavier of lato than the income
of the Lodge.
The Hawaiian makes the accusa
tion that I was one of the origina
tors of the gathering. I wish to say
that I was in no wise concerned in
the preliminary arrangements. I
am not a member of Oahu Lodge,
nor one of tho committee 'of gentle
men who arranged the matter. I
was solicited to assist them on the
evening of the lottery, which I did
gratuitously, and simply out of pure
kindness for the charitable cause.
Tho lottery was conducted openly,
and the gentlemen who took part in
it looked upon it as in no wise in
fringing on the law any more than
the grab box, post-ofllce, and fortune-telling
held within the precincts
of our religious ediGcks.
J. E. YTisehah.
Honolulu, Jan. Cth, 1885.
Immigrants aro said to bo settling
in Southern California at tho rate of
800 per week.
'James A. MUdridgc, a Mormon
missionary returned from tho South
ern States, reported in the Salt Lake
Church organ how at BninVs Mill,
Tcnti., ho thwarted a mob that
warned him to leavo tho country anil
stumped their clergymen and iviso
men to debate, but they would no
William Henry Charming, an Eng
lish Unitarian picacher and writer of
Yote, is dead.
J. E. WISEMAN,
Tho Reliablo Business Agont,
Quarterly Bills DistritiatBil
Quarterly Bills CollecM !
TO SUIT THE TIMES !
JOHN A. PALMER will distribute
Also, assist in general ofllce woik.
Ofllce In Campbell's Block. Room 7, up.
Offer for sale ox rccsnt arrivals,
In quarts and pints.
Of Joseph Perrler & CoVChalon3,
Grand Vin Moiibseux,
C.irto Blanche mcd. d'or,
Of Chas. Fnrrc, Helms,
Carte Blanche, Dry
' Le Brum Frcies.
Of Gustavo Ctaudon, Cognac
M. Formont & Co., Cognac
Otard Dupuis & Co., 'Cognac,
A. U oucl in & Co., Coguac,
J. F. Cliovillc, Cognac.
licet Soliiilotlam Gin,
in stone and glass.
Of J T. Bcneker's Schiedam.
Pine Port "Wines,
SUPERIOR TABLE CLARETS
Of .Marie Btizaid & Roger, Boidcaux,
Crcnio de Pralines Grillecs, a la
Cremo de Cacao, Chouva a la vaaille,
Nuevo Hubauos and Cheroots.
Strasburg Beer, pts. and qts.
Genuine SEiuiila Cigni'N
Nueva IIubano3 and Cheroots.
For sale by
Ed Hoffschlaeger & Co.
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over Bishop & Co.'s
Bunk, and will be happy to attend
to any business entrusted to his care.
" 802 Cm
Having just opened his
Informs his friends and the public in
general that they are
The Finest Class of Goods
of Silverware over exhibited In this pity
and consibt of
Tea Sets, Ice Pltckir$
Trays, Castors, Knives, Forks,
Spoons and Toa Spoons,
Combination Baking Dlshos, something now;
Pfcklo Stands, Cups,
Napkin Rings, Celor'y Glasses,
Spoon Holdors, Duller Dishes,
Ladlos' Toilot Sots,
Bronzo Figures, Chandeliers,
Aleo u very flni; line of
EST These goods mill ho seen to be
nppeelated. being intido fiom tho heav
iest material, and also very ornamental.
MAX EOK ART,
802 lm CO Fort Street.
Alnken, near Queen St. ft
O. J. H.utDKK, Proprlcjor.
Contracting & Building
Mouldings and Finish always on hand.
(3T Orders promptly attended to. t8n
ilurd nud Soft Stove Wood,
670 Out and Split. 3m
'TU1K Undersigned Proprietor of tho
PIONEER STEAK CAM FACTORY
desires to inform his patrons and tho pub
lio generally that uotulthttanilltig the
recent DISASTROUS FIRL litis erected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a much more Kxtciisivo Scnle which
Is uow In Fcix Orr.n.vriox, and which
will ho in complete working order hy an
Early Arrival of new Machinery and
Tools; and Is now again prcpaicd to
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
and will always have on hnnd his dell
ci ous Fresh Made,
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CREAMS,
HIGH NUGAT lit BARS,
SUGAR ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of great variety oft
Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit
Of nil descriptions. All thoso Homo
Made Fresh and Pitro Confections, I sell
At 50 cents PEH FOUND.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of the Finest Flavor, in all sizes always
on hnnd mid ornamented in tho
most artistic style.
MEVOE PIES !
always fresh, as also
Home Made Mince Meat
for sale at CO cents per pound.
Will receive pcrConsuclo the halnuco
of my new machinery of the newest do.
signs for manufacturing all descriptions
of plain Candies; thanking the public
for previous Hbeial patronage and so
llcitiug a continuance of saine.
Practical Confectioner and Pastry Cook.
Tin: old wand. 71 Hotel street
P. O. Box No. 75;. . . ..Tolcphouo No. 71
Q- D. rilEETU.
W. C. 1T.ACOCK
Freeth. & Peacock,
23 Xuiiiiim Street.
HONOLULU, ir. I.
WINE & BPIRIT
OFFER FOH SALE
At the Lowest Market Utiles
Geo Goulet Champagne, pints & quarts.
ChasFarro " ' "
Carlton Frcro " "
Fine Old California Brandy, in hulk,
Puro Virginia Whito llyc Whiskey,
Budwciser Lager Beer, pints and quarts
A large tiud well selected btock of
&.C., &c, &c,
Always on hand and for Bale at prices
that itcfv competition.
All goods guaiantced.
P. O. Box 3C0.
R sr H
n vy rm
Corner or I'ort mul Hotel hitit.
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom House Business prompt
ly, carefully and accurately
J. E, WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St
Telephone 172 F- 0. Box 315.
1 W U $!&.
1 MmP Vm
W. E PA&E,
rauiLti came nmmmv
NOS. 128 and 1G0, rOHT STREET
(opposlto ranthcon Slahles)
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 Older on niostfavorable terms
and all woil: guaranteed. '
The CIohchI Attention elven to re
pair work of nil IcIiiiIk.
Having been in business on the Lslnnd
for a number of years employing nono
but the most Skillful of Mechanics, and
using only At Material, I can strictly
guarantee all wonc leaving my Manu
factory. Give me a call beforo purchasing
Don't forget tho place.
123 and 1E0 FORT STREET.
oi'fosrrr. noun's staiii.es.
W. H- Page,
Hay and 4rain
AVOIiFr. .. KIHVAltlW
Have on hand, and sue receiving by
Choice! liny, OntP, ISrnn, Uround nud
;VIiol Itarlcy, CrttPkcd ami AYiioIr
Corn, IVIioat, etc., itc, etc.
Which they offer at the
Lowest Rflat'ket Rates.
Goods delivered FREE OF CHARGE.
WOHT. . KmVARUH,
Cor. King & Xuuanu Sts.
Telephone No. a 10. 807 lm
WILL PLEASE BEATv IX MIND
that wo Keep on hand u full
Of the best quality, which we offer for
Wholesale and Xetnil,
Oideis respectfully solicited.
s, r. ;j:aiia: jl v.o..
No. 82 King Street.
Telephone- No. 187. SOS lm
Cornor Fort and King Sheets.
nf flQliinotc! !
i) ui uuumum ,
Boudoir and Promenade FlioLoginplm,
Special attention givtn to Surveying
in Honolulu and vicinity.
Records fccarchtd, nud planB showing
titles piucfully pnptted.
Office, Room Jo. 5, upstairs
CimpbeH's HlQck, Fort St.
Families and others in want of Good,
Machine Rflade Poi,
Can obtain tho same in quantities to
suit by leaving orduis and con.
JP. B. OAT,
At Pacific NaUgatlon Co.'s Building,
601 QiK'en Blreet. U
LOST OR STOLEN
UMtOJl MY PREMISES ON FRIDAY,
X? Jan. 2nd, n Hay Pony, btar on fore
head and blaclc points. A rcwa.d -will
bo given on returning snino to
S. M. CARTER,
010 lw LUiha & Jiidd ats,