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FRIDAY, JAN, 23, 1885.
SUM, MOOtl ADD SEA.
All lime from noon ot to-day, Jan. 22.
Sun Sets 5 41.
Sun KUc3 13-10.
Moon Sets 13 34.
High Title (equal) 10 30.
High Tltlo (equal) O'.i 00.
WIND AND WEATllEll
ltecord lrom iioon'of yesterday!
.HfceTl?o?'Ul. Thermometer Itnln.
I 4li nit I tsh n 2h I nil I lsu iito lsii
20.W 30.OT I ItO.W 11710 CI O ,13 l U.OO
Wind, vm labia; fsity, Tulrl Sen, smooth.
Ml III IBIIWIMHW IIIIHIMWWMIH, immm, i b
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
FOtl SAN FltAXCI5.CO.
Alameda.... Loaves Honolulu. Jnn. 81
Mariposa Leaves Honolulu, Fob. 14
. PAR1FIC MAILS. S. CO.
I'Oll AUCKLAND ASM KYDMCV:
Stmr City of Sydney Jan. 2 t
roil FAN KltANCIfiCO.
Stmr Zealandla Fob. 13
Stmr OH Bishop from Kauai & Waianac
Schr Bob Hoy from Koolau
Schr Wnlehti from Koloa
Stmr Jns Mukec for Waianac fc Kauai
Stmr V G Hall for Windward Ports
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr C R Bishop for Kauai & "Waianac
Bktue Ella for S F
Schr Hob Hoy for Koolau
1 VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktno Ella, Howe
Bktne Wm Phillips, Potter
Bk Banca, Barverro
Bk Calharlun, Hubbard
Bgtno W G Irwin, Turner
Bk Dacca, Perry
S S Alameda, Morse
For Kauai and Waialua per stmr Jas
Makee, Jan 211 F Sccbcrg, W E Rowcll
nnd 23 deck.
From Kauai and Wulan.tc per stmr C
K Bishop, Jan 23 Mr Delanux, Mrs
Malicious and daughter, Mrs IIopo,
Akana and 51 deck.
Stmr C R Bishop brought 2031 bags
of sugar. She sails to-morrow at noon.
About 15 fender piles aro being driven
to protect the bulwarks of the Esplanade.
They will extend about 0 ft above the
ea,,.-log or on ajevel with the railing of
Schr Rob Roy brought 105 bags of
rice from Koolau.
I The W G Irwin received sugar from
the stmr Bishop this morning.
The Kosarlo left S F on the OHi-and
the Erama Claudlna on the 13th inst for
January 22nd, at the residence of Mrs
Lack, Hugh McDonna, aged 10 years.
Er The funeral will tuko place this
afternoon at 4 o'clock.
" LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Exchange is down to one per
Right Rev. lohn Jackson, D. D.,
Bishop of London, died January 0th.
A puisoxuu was brought by the
steamer C. R. Bishop this morning
The bark Forest Queen was to
leave San Francisco for this port,
. . .
The whaling bark Mabel was
spoke Dec. 28th, 40 miles south of
Honolulu, all well.
Gospel services will be held in the
Y. M. C. A. Hall this evening at J
The band will give its usual con
cert ut Emma Square to-morrow
afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Remember that Frank Gertz opens
to-morrow in the store adjoining
Tregloan's on Hotel street.
A petition is being circulated
round town for the widening of
Hotel street where the late fire took
Ma. Nolle advertises four new
brands of cigars that reached him
by last steamer. They smoke finely
and have a genuino flavor.
The steamer of 150 tons being
built iif San Francisco for these
islands, is probably for Mr. Fred
. , -.. . -
The twenty-fivo bags of mail re
ceived at the Post Ofllcc yesterday,
were all sorted and distributed inside
of five hours. ,
Ik our By Authority Column will
be found 'a iiotico minting to tho
Japanese immigrant laborers ex
pected hero next month.
The number of passengers that
arrived from San Francisco to these
islands during tho year 1884 was
2,085, departures 198C.
Thk Honolulu Iron Works lmvo
just ilrilsbod a completo double efiecf
for Mr. C. Afong's plantation,
repacked. It will be shipped to
day. At Chambers, yesterday, before
Justice Austin, in bankruptcy case of
S. Dauiclwiez, clniin3 were presented
to the amount of 8749.58. Mr. W.
C. Parke was elected assignee.
Mussns. Selinefer & Co. are now
landing from the bark Banca, super
ior lire bricks and Portland cement,
which they will sell in lots to suit,
and at the very lowest rates.
Two Chinese express drivers were
racing down Ntiuamt Valley yester
day afternoon a few minutes before
1 o'clock. One of them had his
horse at full gallop. .
Fivi: natives were charged in the
Police Court this inorning with gamb
ling, by playing at the game of bluff.
They were each lined $5 and sen
tenced to 24 hours' imprisonment.
Nukiki forfeited bail of 80 for
A mektino of the Planters' Labor
& Supply Co. was held this morning.
A letter had been received from the
Government on the subject of
Japanese Immigration, and this
meeting was called for the purpose
of framing a letter in reply.
IIlniiy Keith has leased the train
ing stables at Kapiolani Park from
II. J. Agnew, nnd is now prepared
to train horses for the coining raccsi
June 11th. He makes a specialty of
breaking nnd educating young horses.
His advertisement should be perused
by all horsemen.
Mr. Si'heckels, after landing yes
terday, drove off with Minister
Kapena and called upon Minister
Gibson and His Majesty. It was
not generally known that Mr. Sprock
et was coming. Col. George W.
Macfarlane spied him on the steamer
from his Waikiki residence, and
telephoned the news into towin.
TiiEiir. was no meeting of the
directors of the Y. M.C. A. last,
evening, a quorum not being present.
The regular monthly meeting was
held at 0:30 o'clock, but owing to
the early hour, and so many other
attractions going oh, the attendance
was very slim. No business of im-.
portance was transacted.
'Hi i ' "
Mb. Frank Gertz, in examining
his stock saved from the fire, finds
that many single shoes have been
taken, spoiling pairs. Those having
the odd ones in their possession
should call upon him and get the
mates. Better sacrifice a little false
modesty than throw away a good
His Honor Justice Bickerton gave
a sharp lecture to one of the drunks
before him yesterday morning, and
let him off with a fine. The latter
promised to uever touch a drop of
liquor again. One hour attcrwards
this same individual was at the Post
Olfice trying to find the keyhole to
his letter box. It looked very much
as if someone had removed the kcj'
hole. The Macneale & Urban firo proof
safe is right to the front again. Mr.
Geo. Raupp, proprietor of the Ger
mania Meat Market, had a small one
in the recent disastrous fire. On
opening it the next morning he found
its contents consisting of books,
papers and money to the amount of
S1040. in perfect condition. Mr.
C. O. Bcrgcr is the Honolulu agent
for these renowned safes.
The mail brought news of a
terrible calamity that befell the
family of Mr. John Wieland, pro
prietor of the Philadelphia Brewory,
Sun Francisco. 'While one of his
sons was in the wineroom filling a
lamp, the vapor of the oil took firo
from the candle, when the boy let
fall the lamp and can, and in an
instant the asphalttim floor was
covered with blazing oil. The boy's
clothing took firo, nnd the father, in
trying to put out the lire in the room,
had his clothes set on fire. Herman,
an elder son, aged 30', and Bertha,
a daughter aged 19, alsehad their
clothes fired in assisting their father.
Mr. Wieland's injuries resulted in
death a few hours after the accident,
but his thrco children, although
severely, were not dangerously
burned. An account of the sad
affair says Henry, ,the eldest son,
was lying dangerously ill of pneu
monia. Mr. Wieland's family is re
lated to that of Mrs. Singer, baker, 'of
Honolulu. lie "was a native of
Wurtctnbtirg, Germany, made some
money in gold mining on the Coast,
carried on a good baking business,
became one of the largest brewers in
San Francisco, and died in his 56lh
year, leaving nino children living out
of a family of eleven.
The (Portuguese immigrants at
Kokaako are gradually decreasing.
This afternoon by the W. G. Hall,
twelve families numbering sixty-five
souls, and seven of the stowaways,
aro being shipped to the Hutchinson
Plantation Co., Nnalohu, Hawaii.
More will probably be shipped to
morrow. Mr. W. O. Alwatcr, of tho
Interior Department, who has charge
of the shipping, is doing it in the
most satisfactory lnfnincr. Senhor
Canavarro, the Portuguese Com
missioner, spends a great deal of his
time at tho depot, looking after the
welfare of his people, who look con
tented and happy.
Messrs. G. W. Irwin & Co. re
ceived 820,000 in gold by tho Ala
A watch and chain found yester
day can be had by the owner? on
proving property and paying for
this notice, by applying at thi3 office.
. . .
Oun little Art Gallery is always
open to tho public, admission free.
King Bros. 92G 3t
A ladies' gold watch with a short
chain attached, and initials J. II. R.
engraved on, has been lost. The
finder will be rewarded by leaving
the same at the Hawaiian Hotel.
92G 3t. -
NOW LANDING I
Ex British Bark Banca, from
Superior Fire Bricfcs,
" WHITE'S "
For Sale at Lowest Rates,
in lot to suit, at
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO'S.
FOB, GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
to MBS. TUitNER. ',2 Alukea
street ' flfio ly li
Building- Lois for Sale.
SEVERAL buikling lots for tale or
rem at Kapalama, l.c.ir theNiuhe
lcwai bridirc, on the Ea side of the
lane lcailim; lo Austin's estate. Eay
terms. Apply lo W. C. ACI1I,
Liw otn c of W. R. Castle. SS7 tf
A DONKEY ENGINE, nearly new.
025 lw F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.
THE PEOPLE'S WANTS.
EEAD J. E. WISEMAN'S LIST OF
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, &c, to
rent in the Morning Guide news Items
published daily. 001 1 tn
CO NTH ACTOR & BUILDER
Shop on Queen street, near Alakea.
Neither llio (japtalu nor
the Aucnts of tho British
V burls BANCA. will he re
sponsible for any debts con
tracted tiy tho olliccrs or cruw during
her Hay in port.
F. A. SUHAEFEH & CO. .Agents,
922 lw British bark Banca.
BF. EHLEHS & COMPANY liav
ing tlila day usiigned all their
property and ch.inn to us, the under.
bigncil, wo herely noilfy all pei'jnns
owing said firm to make immediate
K. P. Viable, at the store of IJ. F.
Killers & Co., on Fort street, Is author
ized to receipt lor nil payments.
If. W. SCHMIDT,
G. W. MACFAULANE,
Assignee) U. F. Elders & Co.
Honolulu, Jan. a. 1BS5. lllil tf
ON anil after this date. Mr. J. E.
Wiseman will take charge of my
hooks, di tribute and collect my IiIUh
without exception. HU receipt will lu
GKOIJGE TROUSSEAU. M.D
Honolulu. Nov. 21, 1b8t. 874 It
jlfRS. J. A. RODANET, Ores.
XX maker, requests all her uuetoincr,
n.ncr'lnllv tlinxn ulirKii iiitftniintK Ul'e
long standing, to nmko immediate pay
ment, othurwlfo their bills will liu
placed in thu hands of u collector,
Hereafter monihly tottlumuntu will ho
icqulred. 010 2w
S. X. OAKXM3R,
AOEST TO TAKE
Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts.'
Offlco with Mr, Fishbournc. OW 8m
BEOS to Infoim liis n mcrous ens'o
mors mid tlicpubl.o that he will Lo
READY AGAIN FOR BUSINESS
In tlic store
Hnliig leased tho
XTEtv from II. J. Auncw, at
'---iS -Ivipiolnni Park. I am
now prcpaied to tako horses to triin,
nnd j lvpare llietn for the coming F.tir
on the 1 llli of June next.
Breaking and Educating Young Horses
It is a point of important c to all own
ers of line young colls not to liav,! them
jammed or hammered over the hard
roads, nnd lo get them piopcrly handled
for tho (list lessons are the ones that
make tho horse.
Also in connection with my Tiaining
Stables, 1 will set vo a certain number
of choice mares witli mv Young Ham.
bclioniiiu Stallion " APTOS CHIEF."
He was sired by Electioneer, owned by
Gov. S an foul. The siro of ElectioueeV
was Rlsdeke's Ilambcltoniaii. The dam
of Aptos Chi(f was ilrcil bySpe'Ula
tion ; ho by Rl deke's Ilambcltoniaii
so it will be been that Aptos is an in.
breed of Il'imbeltoiiiim.
Terms Tor service of Aptos Chief, $D0
for the bcuoii, payable at tho time of
service; and all marcs f.tillnij to he
witli foal will have tho service of the
horse the next season free of diarjic
Kapiolani Perk, Jan. 1:2, le85. 0i"i Gin
Dwelliu;; House to X.etv
ra. A "T'10 prcniies now occupied
ZiTfeSCSS by .Itidgo McCully, on Ilure
E2sS tarda street, in lvnloakalitisi,
will be leiiled after lhu Ut of Fobiuary,
18j, at reasonable i.ttcs. The house is
commoiiioiK. an J tho outhouses con.
enic!il. '1 lie gionnds aro well lanted
with trees and bhrubs. Enquiry of
03 tf fc. IK DOIiE.
ajJBr&& Vt Pal una, near Reformatory
(HaJjSSeiinol, a now and commodious
afieoltage. Suitable for a family.
His never been occupied. Easy terms
to a goou tun, int.
scivants' rooms, and u
On the nrcinifc,
or J. F. AVlaKMAN, 27
M'-i chant st Honolulu.
Sf-v & A Four-Koomi'd COTTAGE,
.-tSig with cool; lioup, and every
ryrf--?ZH convenience, to let; and i'iir
uiltiru lor a!e. Apply on the premises
til No. 187 Nuuanu Street. 010 tf
liCiisc or Sale.
OF HOUSE AND LOT on School
street.. Luaho has B years to run.
House contains 5 rooms, bath and kit
chen. O'l the piemises arc stable, car
riage house, loul house, &c. Water
lutis through the yard. Just the place
for two gciuliuien or a small family.
010 2w JNO. A. PALMER.
(5MA1X COTTAGE AT LELEO.
Apply to T.W.RAWLINS,
Xcw Cottage to Let.
ANEW COT TAG ri. corner of.Penfa
cola and ICiiiati sticct; four rooms,
kituhen, bntli, nnd pantry. Water laid
on. Healthy location. Terms icasou
able. Emiuiic of Lyons & L-vey, or
IV. U. AltVATtit,
J. E. WISEMAN.
Tho Roliabio Business Agent,
Quarterly Bills DistrilmtBfl
Quarterly 1111s Colled !
TO SUIT THE TIMES !
007 I m .
i ... ..... i. .,..-....
JOHN A. PA1.M13H will distribute
Also, a-Ut In general olllco work. -
O'Mssi in CauipbUI' lilocl;, ltooiu 7, up.
npilE Under'-lgncd Proprietor of tho '
PIOHEER 8TEAH CAKDV FAC10RV ,
AND BAKERY ,
desires lo inform his pattons nnd tho pub
llo ccncrnlly that notwithstanding thn
recent DISASTROUS FIRE, has oreotod
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY, j
On n much more Extensive Scalo which
Is now In FcLt Opeiiatiok, and which
will be in complete working order hy an
Early Arrival ot now Machinery and
Tools; and is now again prepared Jto
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
and will always have on hand hU dell,
clous Fresh Made
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CREAMS,
RICH NUQ AT IN DAE3,
SUGAR ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of great variety orr
Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit
Of nil descriptions. All those Home
Mado Frc9h nnd Puro Confecl ions, I sell
at fiO cents PER POUND.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of the Finest Flayor, in nil sizes nlwnys
on hand and nrnnmcutcd in the
most artistic style.
33CI1VO.TE PIES !
always fresh, as also
Home Made Mince Meat
for sale at 50 cents per pound.
Will receive per Consuelo tho balance
of my new machinery of tho newest dc.
signs for manufacturing nil description
ot plain Caudles; thanking the public
for previous liberal patronage nnd so
liciting a coutiuunnce of same.
Practical Confectioner and Pastry Cook.
run old stand. 71 Hotel street
P. 0. 13ox No. 75;. . . ..Telephone No. 7-1
O- D. FIIEETU.
W. C. TEACOC K
Freeth & Peacock,
23 Xnutmu Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFEIJ FOR SALE
At the Lowest 3ffnrkct Hates
Geo Goulet Champagne,' pints & (marts.
Chas Farro ' " "
Carlton Frcre' " ' " "
Fine Old California llrandy, in bulk,
Puro Virginia White Ityc Whiskey,
lludwciser Lugir Beer, pints and quails
A large and well selected stock of
&.c, &c, &c,
Alwnya on hand and for snlontpilce
that defy compel Ition. Country orders
solicited. All goods guaranteed.
Telephone 40. P. O. Ilox SCO.
Corner ol I'crt nnd Hotel lit.
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom Houbo Business prompt
ly, carefully and acouratoly
J. E. WISEMAN,
General EtuineEs Agent, Me ret ant St
Telephone 172 P.O. Box 315.
Offer for sale ex recent arrivals,
In quarts and pints.
Of Josoph Pcrrtor & Co's.Chalons,
Grand Vln Moussenx.
Cjrtc Blanche incd. d'or,
ui vuat. Jburre, Reims,
Ca'ie Blanche, Dry
L Brum FreieJ.
Uf Uustave OlaudoD, Cognac
M. Formont & Co., Cognac
Otard Dupuis & Co., Cognac,
A. Uondln & Co., Cognac,
J. F. Chcvillc, Cognac.
liest Sclinlcilaui Gin,
in stone nnd glnti.
Of J- T. Bcntkcr's SchUtlnm.
Flue lort 'Wliiiw.
Sherry, Madeira, J
SCPERIOR TABLE CLARETS
Of Marie Bilzaid it Roger, Bordeaux,
Ciemo do Pralines Grlllces, rt la
Crcme dc Caco, Chouva a l vanilla,
Nucvo Llabanos and Cheroots.
Strasburg Boer, pts. and qts.
GcuuiiiLOfu niln Oltura.
Nuova Uuhanos and Chcrcots.
For sale by
Ed Hoffschlacger & Co.
70 Hotel Street.
CJ. MeC AETHY Prop'tor.
Best Manila, Havana and Amerioan
Cigars on Hand.
Frcsli Vanity Fair, Little Benutie, Gold
Bar, Thrco Kings and the Pet
Chewing 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 lu town.
Ginger Ale and Soda Water on Ice.
JST Call and eo me.
J. F. BROWN,
Special attention givtn to Surveying
io Hiiiiululu jnil vicinity.
Records searched, nnd plans showing
titles carefully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Block, Fort St.
POI ! POI !
Families and others In want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain the same in quantities to
suit by leaving ordeis and con.
I B. OAT,
At Pacific Navigation Co.'s Building,'
fcOl Queen street. if
1 Aluken, nenr Queen St. L
C. J. Haiujee, Proprieior.
Contracting & Building
Mouldings and FIrflsh always on hand.
ZSf Orders promptly attended ,o.
lln.id unil Sci't Slovo lVooil,
670 Cut and Split 3ni.'
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over Bishop & Co.' .
Bank, iird will he hnppy to attend
to uuv business entrusted to ids care.
Heafls of Families
WILL PLEASH BEAK IN MIND.
that wo keep on hand n full
v btcck of
1 & STOVE COAL
Of tho bett quality, which wo offer forjjj
sale nt i
Wholesale and Retail,
Orders lespcctfully solicited.
H, 1 GRAIIA3I A Co.,
No. C2 King SI reel.?
Tclonl.oco No 187. c05 1ml
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