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THURSDAY, JAN. 22, 1885.
SUN, MOOtl AND SEA.
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OCEANIC S. 3. CO.
I'Oll B.V.N' l'UAMUSCO.
Alameda.... Leave Honolulu. .Inn. 31
Miirlpon Loavcsllanolulii, Feb. It
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, l I'Olt AUCKLAND ASD SYDKUY!
' & .Slmr City of Sydney ..: J:n.2l
jfrif I'Oll SAN 1'ilANCISCO.
i!gb . fitnir Zcalahdta Feb. 15
i .Inn 22 .
1 S H Alameda from San Francijeo
1 . DEPARTURES.
, S .Tun 22-
. Sehr Haleakala for l'epcekeo
t ? Sehr Itaiubow for Kuolau
t Sehr Leah! for Koholalole
VESSELS LEAVIHC TO-MORROW.
kj, SltnrJns Makec for W'aianac & Kauai
StnirWG Hall for Windwaid Polls
VESSELS IN PORT.
liktne "Win Phillip, Poller
Ilk Banca, Baivono '
Bk'Caibai leu, Hubbard
Ilgtne V GcIi win, Turner
Ilk Data, IViiy
S S VTunieda. Moiu
From S P iier S S Alameda Jan 22
Col Clans Spicckels, Prof A Agassiz, 12
O Muufnilane, W II Holmes & wife,
Mrs Dr G Filch, Mi C W Zeiglcr and 2
childicn, .1 II Ka).i:i, AX Smith, wife
and 2 children, II Sl'lood, Mis .1 F
Howler, MisAVPTolor iV; daughter, T
GTlmini, PJ Holmes, MiMV O Kay,
Miss It WMoiris, W M Steer, wife and
daughter, .1 11 tleiiiiuigi is son, It F
Alien, S Alden, Mrs S 11 Paisou", W F
Hall & wife. II WhittuH and wife, MKs
A Fiekc, Miy Lena Alircns, F K Ilice,
AVm Buck, P Caily, Win Hoffman, M It
VVatrom, S Itandall, & 20 '-teciagc.
'l'lic S S Alameda left Sau Francisco
Jan loth at 1! v .ai, with 70 paeugeis &
800 tons cargo. Had SE, SW & NW.
winds with fcqually weather: 20th at
2 :20'v M passed stinr Australia hound
eastward; ai rived at Honolulu 10 a.m.
0 days, 10 hours.
The Daecawas docked last evening
at the Iikcllke whaif.
Four now piles aio being dilreu to
support tho'cap-log of the huhvaiks on
'Die Fieueh S S Bordeaux sailed fioin
SF Jan 10, for Havre witli a cargo of
wheat valued at ijflS,5IG.
SehrXoiway, Cape Fane, sailed from
SF on the 0th iust lor Honolulu.
The Courtney Foul sailed from S F
on the 10th in'st for Kauulul with an
assorted caigo valued at $5,110.
The Am selu Premier which was
stranded on Fannin's Is, has arrived at
The Consuelo salle from Sau Fian
cico on the lOtli iust for this poi t.
Tho sliip Melrose fioin 11 C for this
poit has put into S F in distress and in
oiderto makciepalis, part of her eaigo
had to be taken out. She will eontiuuo
her trip to Honolulu as soon as icady
LOCAL &GE!1ERAL HEWS.' '
Fm:sn oysters at Noltc's.
Tin: Supreme Coiut will sit in
Coi.. Clans Sprcckcls ai rived by
the Alameda this morning.
Thk bktne. Amelia sailed from
Port Blakely, January lltli, for
Wr. extend our thanks to Purser
Sutton of tlic Almnedii for a late (lie
Dn. Hyde will deliver the dis
course at tho union services at tho
Y. JL C. A. Hall tins evening.
To-mout at Fort Street Church,
will occur the marriage of Dr. N. B.
Emerson to Miss Dr. Sarah E.
Tun S. 'F. Chronicle of January
lllhays that a steamer of about 150
tons i& to he built there for persons
Hikona, tho old native woman
buried ydlterday, lyas the widow of
James Young, a brother of John
. o- . .
A MEivriNU of the Honolulu Tem
perance League will bo held this
ovening at the Lyceum at 7:S0
Pnor. Mcxaii(ler Agnssiz arrived
by tho Alameda this morning. Ho
is a son of tho lute Prof. Louis Ag-
assiz tho world-renowned naturalist,
' and is Professor of Comparative An
'atomy at ilayvanJ University. Ilia
visit here will extend two months.
TwkKtv five bags of Mail arrived
by the Alameda for the Poslofflcc.
Fuaxk Gcrtz tho boot and shoe
itinkcr will bo ready for business on
Saturday in the storo next to Trcg
loan's on Hotel street.
Tin: steamer Mokolii left about
five o'clock yesterday afternoon for
Kalawao, Molokai, with forty lepers
ten females, and thirty males.
Tun Koyal Hawaiian Band delight
ed the newly arrived Poi tiigucsc im
migrants at tho depot yesterday
afternoon, from three to five o'clock.
Tin: regular monthly meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. will bo held this
evening at G:30 o'clock. Tho di
rectors will meet half-an-hour pre
ious. Tin: P. M. S. S. City of Sydney
will bo here Sunday. She will bring
a number of Chinese transferred
from the S. S. Oceanic fiom oko
hama. Mk. John Kidwell, proprietor of
the Honolulu nursery, received by
the Alameda nearly '1.000 cuttings
of vines, fifteen different choice vari
ties. Black Hamburg and Muscat
are among the number.
At the San Francisco Slock and
Bond exchange January l-lth, 123
shares of the Ii'awaiian Commeicial
Company were sold at $4 ; and 50 at
Tin: brig Consuelo left Sau Fran
cisco January 10th for Honolulu
with a miscellaneous caigo of mer
chandise valued at $4538. She has
-HtO hogs on board.
The first instalment of Japanese
Immigrants, "nnnbeiing eight hun
dred, will arrive here about February
12th, and more will follow during
the months of "Maicli and April.
Miss K. W. Mourns, sister of the
Bishop, of Oregon, ni rived by the
Alameda for a biief stay in Honolulu.
She will be the guest of the Rev.
and Mrs. Alex. Mackintosh.
Just, the thing to send abroad is a
copy of the Imrning lake at Kilauca,
by Jules Tavcrnicr. Messrs J. M.
Oat, Jr., & Co. haye a few more for
sale. Call early to secure one.
The Elite Ice Cream Pallors hav
ing been burned in the lato lire, idc
cream will bo served at the Saratoga
House until further notice. The
cart will make its usual rounds in tho
Tins S. S. Alameda airivcd shortly
after i) o'clock, C days and 19 hours
from San Francisco. Amongst her
passengers' -wc notice Mrs. Dr.
Fitch, Mrs. W. P. Toler and
daughter, Mr. E. C. Macfarlane, and
Mr. T. G. Thrum.
Tin: case of A. B. Spieekcls,
charged with shooting M. II. Do
Young, was called in the San Fran
cisco Police Court January 1-1 th, and
owing to the illness of Hall McAl
lister, Sprcckcls' counsel, was con
tinued until the 2'lth.
Tin: evening before the Alnmcda
left S. Francisco, she was illuminated
and thrown open for inspection by
tho Trans-Continental Association of
railroad men who were in session in
the city. Capt. Morse nnd Mr. A.
B. Sprcckcls received the guests.
An elegant lunch was served.
Mussns. Schaefcr & Co. have just
leceived per bark Banca from Glas
gow, a lino assortment of wines and
ales, for which this honso is so well
noted. The arrivals include French
clarets, superior sherry, champagne
of first class brands, English ale and
porter, Scotch whiskey, and aerated
'I I !
Mn. Z. K. Myers received by the
Alameda, 55 dozen of Harden hand
grenades. They are already sold.
Parties requiring any should leavo
their oulers nt once, and they will bo
filled when the Mariposa arrives
Januaiy 9th. A large San Francisco
brewery has jti3t been saved fiom
destruction by tho use of these gren
ades. His Ex. tho Minister of the Inte
rior calls the attention of those de
bIious of obtaining Japanese immi
grants under the auspices of tho
Bui cau of Iminigtntion as household
servants or plantation laborers, to
send a wiittcn application to him as
President of the Bureau, stating tho
number and class of laborers ic
As investigation has been going
on ns to tho origin of the late file.
Nothing definite has yet been ar- J
rived at. ,
mi. i'osiinasicr - ucncrai nas
adopted a plan for making known
letters which come tlnoiigh tho mail
wlllt insufllcicnt postage. In the
past these letters have been stamped
witli the amount due, which has not
been plainly seen. Every letter with
short postage which anived this
morning had a pink colored envelope
attached to it, and iusulllcicnt
postago wiitlcn on. This was plain
enough for anyone to see.
Lkwis Sc Co., tho Hotel sticet
grocers, received by tho Alameda this
morning on ice : oystcis in shells and
tins, salmon celery, red cabbage,
cauliflower, bologna sausage, Cal.
roll butter, Swiss and cream
cheese, horse radish roots and a full
line of staple giocerics. Call early
with your orders.
ft,.-. . J i .1 i
lx tho Police Couit this morning
thrco well-known white men,- who
ought to be ashamed of themselves,
had to pay $0 each for drunkenness.
Clung Fong, for having opium in
possession, was remanded until
Tuesday. The case against the boy
Waialau for truancy was discon
tinued. The town hall of Warminster in
Wiltshire, England, lias been par
tially wrecked by dynamite. A
dynamite explosion occurred a few
days previously in tho Windsor rail
A watch and chain found yester
day can bo had bj' the owner, on
proving property and paying for
tliis notice, by applying at this olllcc.
Picruui: frames of any kind umde
lo oider, a largo vaiiety of mould
ings to select from. King Bros.'
Ait Store. 021 .)t.
i- . iH. DM b-V
f JIBl'cr a rrr
tia J.' 3 i mwit.)
(Successor to C. P. Ward.)
All orders for caitagc piompuy nt
tended lo, at the lowest lates. Also for
Wlilto ami ISlucI; Saml
in iuantities to Milt, at lowest prices.
R'SpG. II. ROBERTSON,
csggsiH. Diayman best teams
in town. Office, Qnien st.
THE PEOPIiB'S tVLNTS.
"15BAD .1. 13. YVISEMAX'S LIST OF
jAi Houses, Cottages, Itoom, .V-e., to
lent in tho Morning Guide news items
pnbll-hed daily. 001 liu
T T. RHOADS,
CONTRACTOR & 3IUILDER
Shop on Queen tleLt, near Alakea.
M Neither Iho Captain nor
SHvSv the Agent? of tho llritish
ffiS'J u,,Is 1LVNCA will bo re.
Svnr&r sponsible for any debtr. con-
Iraeteii ny the officers or ciew dining
lyr Hay iiuport.
i. a, oviiiiui' JjU ik sj. ,agenis.
British bark li.mei.
BF. EIILEK3 & COMPANY hav
ing this day asugiied all their
pioperty and claim (o lib, Iho under,
bigucd, wo hereby notify nil penons
owing said film to make immediate
E. P. Mable, at the btoro of 15. F.
Ehleia it Co., on Fort street, 13 author
ized to lecoipt for nil invments.
H. W. S011M1UT,
, G. W. MACFA1U..VXE,
Asjignies H. F. Elder it Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 5, 1885. Mil If
N anil after this date. Mr. .1. E.
Vy. WKcmmi will tiliu charge of my
hooks, distribute and collect my bllU
without exception. His receipt will bo
GEORGE TROUPSEAU. M.l)
Honolulu. Nov 31, Itjtfl. 87Mf
MRS. J. A. RODANET, Dress,
maker, requests all her ouHtoiiu'i?,
especially those whoso nccounH uro
long standing, lo mnku iinmediato pay
ment, otherwise their hills will he
placed in tho hands of a collector.
Ucir after monthly hcttlvmcnts will be
lOfpiired. 010 2w
SMALL COTTAGE AT LTJLKO.
Annlv toT. AV. RAWLINH,
Kew CtiHano lo JmU
ANEW COTTAGE, corner ofPou.a
coln and Kinau i-iiectt; four rooms,
Mlchcn, bath, and iiauliy. Water laid
ou. Healthy location. Terms icason
alilo. Eii'pi'lio of Lyons it Livey. or
Y. O. ATW.VTER,
021 Sw Gov't Uuilding.
. 31. OjVK.rX,,13R,
Acknowlodnmonls lo Labor Conlracls.
Oillce with Mr. Fishbourno, 009 8m
"Owelliiipf XIonwo to 3.ot.
The nicmUcs now occiinleil
M ?II,f HKV & J
will he n ntcd nfior ihw l-lol 1 binary,
18V5, at reasonable i.itei. Tho lioutc Is
" -.,"... - ...,... . ..V -- . -
commodloiK nu.l tho outhouses con
venient. The grounds are well hinted
with trees and shrub. Knqttltoof
003H S. 11. DOLE.
yffV&U Pnlainn, near Kefonn.ilory
KwJrafiSchool, a new and commodious
5ffl-Scottagc. Suitable for a family.
II'is never been occupied. Kasy terms
lo n good tenant.
Good stabling, servants' rooms, nnd a
largo jnrd. .
On tho prcnilC4, or .1, V.. Wislmak, 27
Merchant st. Honolulu. 8 S3
2kX A rour.lloomcd COTTAGE,
rSTfrHrn' wu'' coo': l'0llsci and every
EaLissa convenience, to let; and Fur.
niluio for alu Apply on tho premises
at Xo. 187 Nuuanu Street. !)10 tf
JiOnse or Mulo.
OF HOUSE AXI) LOT on School
sti eel. Le.ibu has 8 years to run.
House contains 5 looms, bath and kit
chen. Ou ihc piemlscs arc stable, car
iiago house, fowl house, &c. Water
runs through the yard. Just (he plnce
for two gcnllunuu or a small faniilj.
019 2w JNO. A. PALMEH.
You Cannot Afford
Clothln, French ICid Gloves,
At auy DthGr EsialilisliniBut
BY FAR OF ANY
OTHER STORE IN THE -KINGDOM.
Wc carry a huge assortment o(.
and Untrimmed Hals,
Hosiery, Etc., Etc.
Our stock is complete, and at the
Very Lowest Prices.
Ghas. 1 fishers
Corner Fort & Hotel Sts.
J. E, WISEMAN.
The Reliable Business Agent,
Quarterly Bills DistrilmtBfl
Qnarterly Bills CoMjl !.
TO SUIT THE TIMES !
037 I m
JOHN A. PALMER will dl.tribute
Also, assist In general ollico work.
Ofllco in Cainpboll' Rlock, Room 7, up.
T'J Under lgnt.1 Pr. prletor of the
nmunnn tntiu ntnu tuiewiw
MUIHIIM ... I.II1WI .
ilcilrci to Inform liis patrons nnd the pub
He generally that notwithstanding the
recent DISASTROUS P1HE, has erected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a lunch more E.tenlvc Scale which
Is no'v bi Fui.i. Ormi.vrio.v, and which
will lie In complete working order by an
Early Arrival of new Machinery nnd
Toolt; nnd is now again prepaicdjto
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
and will always have on hand bis deli,
clous Fresh Made
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CREAMS,
RICH NUQAT IN BARS,
SUGAR ROASTED ALMONDB,
CREAM CANDIES of great vai iety Ofc-r
Guin Drops, and Gum Fruit
Of all descriptions. All thoso Home
Made Fresh and Pure Confections, I sell
at CO cents PER POUXI).
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of the Finest Flavor, In all sizes always
on hand and ornamented in the
most artistic style.
3SJCIWOEJ lIDES !
always fresh, as also
Home Made Mince Meat
for sale atTiO cents per pound.
"Will lecclvc per Consuelo tliedialauco
of my now machinery of the nowest de
signs for manufacturing all descriptions
of plain Candies; thanking the public
for previous llbeial patronage and so
liciting a continuance of same.
Practical Confectioner and Pastry Cook.
run or.u stand. 71 Hotel s-treet
P. O. Iio No. 70;. . . ..Telephone No. 74
a. i). rnncm.
W. C I'E ACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
&.'i l&uuniiu .ytrcef.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WIHE & SPIRIT
OFFEU FOR PALE
At iiic IjOivchI 3Fnrket Kates
Geo Gould Champagne, pints & quarts.
Clins Fairo " " "
Carlton Frcro " '
rino old California Hranily, in hulk,
Pure Virginia While II) o AVhibkcy,
Ihidweisei Eager Ucer, pints and ipiaits
A huge and well buleCtcd btock of
S.C., &c, &c,
Alwavs on liaml and for salo at piicc
that defV competition. Country orders
solicited. All fri
Telephone -10. P. O. Box SCO.
Corner ol J'ort mill Hotel Utu.
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom Houbo Business promp t
ly, carefully and acouratoly
J. E, WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St
Telephone 172 P. 0. Box 315.
OlFer for sale cs recent arrivals,
In quarts and pints.
Of Joseph Pcrrler it Co's.Chalons,
Qrand Vin Mounscux.
Carto Blanche med. d'or,
Of Chas. Parre, Reims,
Cic to Blanche, Dry
Le Brum Preics.
r3lllt21UOL' JrUlLUIOH, g
Of Hustavc Clnudon. Cocnnc
31. Fonnont & Co., Counac i
"Otnrd Dupuis & Co , Cognac,
A. tioudiii ii Co., Cognac,
J. P. Chevlllc, Cognac. ,
U'Ht, .Solinlednm CSlu.
in stone and glacs.
Crown Brand, .
Of J T. Beneker's Schlsdntn.
irino X'ort AVIlio.
Sherry, Madeira, J
SUPERIOR TABLE CLARETS
Of Marie Biizaul & Roger, Bordeaux,
A". " ,' ,..... ,. . .!
vreinu uu r-rniines unuces, a la
vitmv ui; vautiv, uuvrutn u la tuuilKJ, ts
Xuoo Hnbanosand Cheroots.
Strasburg Beer, pts. and qts.
CiicmiiticSIa niln Cignrs.
Nueci Hubauos and Chercots.
For sale by
Ed Hoffschlaeger & Co. 1
7(5 Hotel Street
Best Manila, Havana and American
Cigars on Hand.
Fresh Vanity Fair, Little Beautic, Gold
Bar, Three Kings and the Ptt i
Chowing and Smoking Tobacco,'
Cut Foil and Plug.
The Billiard Tables of this establish
ment hao been ic covered and
leveled, which makes them
the best in town.
Ginger Alo and Soda Water on Ico.
EST Call and see rrie. "XBn
J. E. BEOWN,
Special iillention given to Surveying
in U nululii and vicinity.
Rieoids Kcaiehed, and plans showing
titles caicfully prepared.
Office, Rotihi No. 5, upstairs
(Jampuetrs uiock, i-ort bt.
tu:. tf f
POI ! POI
Families and others" in want of Oood,
'""' """"' VBJS
Machine Made Poi,
Can obhiin tho same in niiantitles to
c lilt li InAimirt sv-rljBri al ,&
Dint tty iuiuiih; wiiiuin iuiu iuip Awa
laincrs vrun g
At Pacific Nalgatlon Co. Building,
tOi Queen street. tf
PLANING MILL, P
AInlton, near iivcu Si. m
C. J. H.vuur.ii, Proprieior.
Contracting & Building, .
Mouldings nnd Finish alvays on hand.
B2T Oideiti promptly attended to. "91,
Hard and tiutt Stove AVood,.
870 Cut and Split 3m ji
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over BUhop & Co.'s v
Raul;, ami will be happy to attend J
to niiv liiinlnebH cut rutted to Ids care.
8W Cm j
, j, ,
Heafls of Families
WILL PLUASP. BEAK IN MIND
thnt wo keep on hand n full
& STOVE COAL.
Of tho best quality, which we ofl'er for
V1io1omu1o :uuLXJ; trill,
Orders icspcctfully tolicllcd.
H, V. UltiftlAM & Co.,
No, 02 King Slrcet.j
Teiepnoito jno. .187. tva mil