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SATURDAY, JAN. 21, 1885.
suh7moon AND SEA.
All tlmi) fiom noon of to-day, Jan. '21.
Sun Set r -U.
Sun Rises JB ;l.
Moon Sots 12 117.
High Tide (equal) H 00.
High Tide (equal) 24 00.
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Hocoril fromiioon'of jostorilny:
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Wiml.X. K. light; Sk)', Hue! Sua, smooth.
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OCEANIC S. S. COJ
KOU SIN fuAkcisco.
Alameda.... Leaves Honolulu. Jan. 31
Marlpou Loaves Honolulu, Fob. 14
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
KOlt AUCKLAND AND BVDNEV: .
Stmr.OUy of Sydney Jan. 21
FOtt BAN PK AN CISCO.
Slmr Zenlandla '....Feb. 15
Sctar Catctina from Ilanalcl
Stmr Kinau from Windward ports
Stmr Kllauea Hon fioinWlndwaid ports
Stmr Llkelike fiom KahuHil
Stun- Iwalani from liatnakuu
Schr Manuokawni fiom Wnlauae
Stnir C R Bishop for Kauai & Walauac
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr Llkellko for Kahulul
Schr Matiuokauai for Koolau
Schr Cateilua for Ilanalcl
Schr AValehu for Koloa
Schr Kob Roy for Koolau
Bktne 1311a for S F
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktnc Ella, Howe
Bktne Win Phillips, Potter
Bk Banca, Barvci i o
Bk Ualbaiicu, Hubbard
Bgtue W G li win, Turner
Bk Dacca, Perry
S S Alameda, .Morse
From Hamakua per stmr Iwalani Jan
24 W II Daniels, W C Sheldon, W II
Cummins, wife and 2 children, 2 Chinese
and 2d deck.
' From Kahulul and by ports per stmr
Llkelike Jan 24 Air & Mrs S W Kaai
and child A Unna and w Ife, J T Me
Crosscn, W G Irw in, II Macfarlane, W
A Whiting, Miss Vii tor, Kauaui, Jas
Dodd, Mr Kcir, E II Bailey & wife, Mra
H M Whitney, C Lucas, Makaloa and
wife, Mr Blouse. Mr Miles, G Edwaids,
, II L Chase, G West. A P Baldwin, 11 W
Meyers, Miss Meyeis, Miss Bannister,
Miss S Titcomb, O S Meyers, 2 Chinese
and 48 deck.
For Maul and Hawaii, per W G Hall"
Jau23 WF Hall & wife, Hon D II
Nuhiuu, A GiUUlau, W S Bay and wife.
G W Lichteutluler, H N Gicenwell, G
Snyder, Mis J W Luuing, J Oleson,
Sam K Kaeo. S Wlllougliby, J Robin
son, wife and child, Mrs W F Roy,
Father Gulstau, Father Renault and F
From Windward ports per Kinau,
Jan 24 V II Cornwall, F Spencer, G U
Williams, A Glllflllan. H G Tieadway,
Treadway, C Mencikc, Miss'M Silva, L
Aseu, Capt AV E Woods, G, Houghtae
ling, B Pacbeco, W 1 Rose, J Tavernier,
J 'lilden, J D Strong, S K Kahal&wife,
Mis. J Kua, Miss Lukia Kcahi, Rev A S
Houstan and 78 deck.
' SHIPPING NOTES.
Schr Walehu brought COO bags of
paddy and 102 bags of lice.
Schr Catcriua brought COO bags of
The Caibarlen and W G Irwin will
both piobably sail on Tuesday next.
Schr Manuukawai brought 770 bags
The Dacca hauled out into the stream
last, evening to make room for the
Stmr Llkelike brought 051 hags of
btuir Iwalani brought 2240 bags of
The steamer Kinau biought 3470 bgs
sugar, 40 head cattle, 8 calves, 3 horses
and 7(1 pkgs sundi ics.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
TnE skating link will be open to
night. , --
Mr. John Russell the lawyer is
much better to-Uuy.
Moss. Jules Tavernier, the artist,
arrived from the Volcano per Kinau.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a concert nt Emma Square,
The German baik Meteor from
Bremen for Honolulu, was spoken
November 7tU in lat. '1M5 N., Ion.
34 W. m
Between twenty and thirty per
sons wllPbe admitted to membership
in tlio Bethel Union Church to-morrow
On Wednesday next Lyons and
Levey will sell the whole of the
immigrants' surplus stores and fit
tings cxbaik Dacca.
The toof of the City Shoeing
Shop, which was considerably burnt
by the late (ire, lias been rc-shinglcd
and otherwise lepaired.
We regret to learn tbat Mis.
A Lowell Smith lies seriously ill at the
residence of her daughter, Mrs. B.
F. Dilligb.am, Punahou.
Eleven of tho stowaway Portu
guese immigrants "were shipped by
the steamer C. R. Bishop this morn
ing, live for Mnkalia Plantation and
six for Wainnac Plantation.
6i:onan Waldo Burgess nnd E. C.
Bruns of this city, are among the list
of graduates of Ilcald's Business
College, San Finncisco, for tho term
ending December 31st, 1884.
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Tiieue was a tremendous crowd nt
the skating i ink Inst evening. Col.
Sprockets nnd n number of our pro
minent citizens were present. The
Colonel did not attempt tf skate.
Tun P. M. S. S. City of Sydney
may be looked for to-morrow any
time after noon, from San Francisco
with three days' later news. Letter
wi iters to the Colonics should take
At St. Andrews Cathedral to
morrow evening tho Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh will preach a sermon
especially for young men. A cordial
invitation is extended to all young
men to be present.
Mr. Chas. Nichols, chief engineer
of tho steamer Planter, was thrown
from a. horse at Kauai last week, and
badly hint about the head and arm.
Ho hopes to' be able to resume bis
duties on -the next trip of the
His Honor Justice Bickcrton would
have been able to attend church to
morrow'in a brand new pair of white
kid gloves, if it had not been for
Thos. Fcnton getting drunk and
having his name entered in the book
tliis morning. It was the only case.
The following have been elected
ofllceis of the East Maui Plantation
Co. for the ensuing year : Col. W. F.
Allen, President and Auditor; J. E.
Hoffman, Vice-President; P. C.
Jones, Jr., Secretary and Treasurer.
Directors, Hon. C. R. Bishop, Col.
Allen, and P. C. Jones, Jr.
The steamer Oregon of the Cunard
lino has just crossed the Atlantic
ocean in G days, C hours and 25
minutes. This beats her fastest pre
vious tiips, which have been the
quickest both wa3's, the best hereto
fore being G days, 10 hours, 4
minutes, made last August.
In our account of the calamity to
the Wieland family of San Francisco,
yesterday, it was stated that the
children's injuries, were not danger
ous. On the contrary, Bertha died
shortly after her father and was
buried with him. The error occur
red through overlooking some of the
reports iu San Francisco papers in
hurriedly writing our item.
Mr. Archibald GilQllan has just
made a quick trip to Spreckelsville
and back. He went to fetch Mr.
George C. Williams, and for that
purpose left by the W. G. Hall yes
teiday afternoon soon after four
o'clock, arrived at Maalaea Bay
11 :30, and went over to Spreckels
ville. This morning at four o'clock
in company with Mr. Williams he
boarded the Kinau at Maalaea, "and
arrived here at 12 o'clock, making
tho round trip in 2? hours.
Leoko Ming, the Chinese school
teacher who was iccently sent over
the reef for tluashing his pupils,
brought an action against one of the
parents this morning for breach of
contract. It appears he had a con
tract for teaching some pupils and
the parents failed to carry it out.
His Honor gave judgment for the '
teacher in the amount claimed. Mr.
Harlwcll appeared for the plaintiff
and Mr. Castle for defendants.
This morning about 9 o'clock, as
Mrs. Fernandez was driving along
King street, with children in the
caniage, when near Waller's butcher
store, one of Waller's heavy meat
wagons, driven by a Chinaman,
backed into tho carriage, fortunately
without doing damage. If the car
riage had been n lighter one it would
undoubtedly have been turned over.
Tho hoiso attached to the meat
,wagon is a baulky one, and is not
impioved any by being diiven by a
Chinaman. Mr. Waller should not
allow such an anjinal to be used.
An ingenious invention , has been
mado by Mr. Jas. G. Clcvior, mana
ger of this office", in the shape of an
indicator for cylinder presses. A
woiking model of tho machine, made
with a jack-knife by the inventor, is
attached to tho press that prints the
Bumxtix. It works satisfactorily,
recording every paper printed on a
dial, and counting tho hundreds by
a i evolving disc showing the number
through an aperture above tho dial.
This indicator is of simple mechan
ism and is capable of being applied 1
to any machine press.
-A young man nnd his wife ndver
tise for n situation.
Lewis & Co. have a few fine red
cabbages left, just the thing to pickle.
Biucks mo being carted to the
vicinity of the Now Police Station
and work will soon re-commence.
To properly enjoy a smoke, you
should try those new brands of
cigars just received by Noltc. They
Those desiring to unite with the
Bethel Union Chinch will please
meet the committco at the Bethel
Vestry at 7 o'clock this evening.
Ix the Supreme Court yesterday
the case of Akuna vs. Sokano ct al.,
trespass, was concluded, the jury
bringing in a verdict for the plaintiff,
Messus. Levy and Woolham, horse
breakers and clippers, have a notice
in our columns to-day. They aro
first class men in their line, and
guarantee all woik. Orders should
bo left on King street baik of the
Kawaiahao Church or at the office of
J. E. Wiseman.
Soon after tho Kinau passed the
lighthouse this noon, the familiar
form of Mr. Joe Tilden was seen on
the deck, thus setting at rest all
fears as to his illness at the Volcano
house. He has pulled through all
right, and looks little worse for what
bo has undergone. Wc arc glad to
sec him back in "ood health.
Mu. Alex. Young, manager of the
Honolulu Iron Works, who went to
Waiakea to test the new maceration
mill, writes to say that, it is a per
fect success and exceeds his most
sanguine expectations. By the ma
ceration process, the gain is two tons
of sugar per day on 30 clanificis of
juice, standing 10 beaume. This is
an actual gain of about 15 per cent.
The success of this process being
assured, a busy time may be antici
pated for the lion Woiks in supply
ing the machinery.
A watch and chaiD found yester
day can be had by tho owner, on
proving property and paying for
this notice, by applying at this office.
Our little Art Gallery is always
open to the public, admission free.
King Bros. 92G 3t
A ladies' gold watch with a short
chain attached, and initials J. II. R.
engiavcd on, has been lost. The
finder will be rewarded by leaving
the same at the Hawaiian Hotel.
FOR GKNTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
tj MRS. TURNER, -.2 Alakci
stiect COO ly li
ADO.NKEY ENGINE, nearly new.
am lw F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.
THE PEOPLE'S WANTS.
READ J. E. WISEMAN'S LIST OF
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, &c, to
lent in the Morniug Guide news Items
published daily. 001 Itn
IU.NTKAUTUH l liUlUUbll
Shop on Queen lrcit, near Alakea.
, E35 0m
Ncltlirr I lie (Jiptaln nor
the Agents of the British
bark BA.NOA will be re.
rtpnnaililu for iuiy debts con-
ir.iuieu ny ilia otllcor3 or ciew during
ner Hiiy in pun.
F. A. BUHAEFER & CO. .Agents,
022 lw BrltUhuurkBuuci,
ON-and after this dale. Mr. J. E.
WUinvin will take i hargo of my
books, di tribute and collect my IiIJIh
without exception- ills rcceipi nlll be
GEORGE TROUSSCAU. M.D
Honolulu. Nov 21, 1884. 874 If
MRS J. A. RODANET, Dress,
maker, requests all hei cusloraem,
especially those whose accounts are
long btiinding, to make immediato pay
ment, otherwise their bills will be
placed in the hands of a collector.
Ucrcafier monthly EcUlcments will bo
required. 0)0 2w
S. 31. CARTER,
AGENT to take
Acknowledflmcn'.s to Labor Contracts.
Office with Mr. Fi8hbime. 009 8m
BEfJS to Inform his numerous cuslo.
iners and the public th U ho w ill bo
READY AGAIN FOR BUSINESS
In the store
liming leased the
from II. J. A?new, at
ICiniolnni Park. I am
now prepared to take horsvs to iriin,
and rrcpiro them for the coming Fair
on ihu llth of June litxt.
Breaking and Educa'ing Young Horses
It li a point of impoitancc to all own
cis of fine young colts not to luivu them
jammed or hnmmcrcd over tho hard
roads, nnd lo git I hem pioperly handled
for tho Hi .t Ussuns are the ones' that
make the horse.
Also In connection with mTiaining
Stubli's, I will serve a ctrtain number
ol choice mares with mv Young Ham.
belionianJ3tu!llou " AFT03 C1I1EF."
He was sired by Electioneer, owned by
Gov. Si an ford. '1 he she ot Electioneer
was Risiloku'n Hanibclionlau. The dam
of Apios Uhluf was sired by Spu ul.i
tion ; he by Rl dc'ie's Hambeltonian
ho il will bn seen that At.toj is an in.
bleed ( f II imbeltoiiiiin.
Terms tor teim e t Aptiw Chief, $50
for the sou; on, payable al the time ol
tcrviec; and all mures filling to be
with foal will have thu service of the
horse the uext acajou fiec of charge.
Kipiolani Pi rk, Jan. ','2, ica'j. 'JZj 5m
Xwelling; IIoiiko to Lot.
The prcmi-es now occupied
by Judgu MeUully, on B;re
tanii strict, in Kuloakahua.
will bu luuiuu alter ni lsl ot rcuiuury,
18V3, nt icisunablc iales The hou-e is
commo I ion j, unJ the outhouw con
cnicnt. 'I he giomids are well i hinted
with tries and blirubs. Enquire of
fiOi tf b. B. DOLE.
At Pnliunn, near Reformatory
ISeluiol, a new mid commodious
leottiiL'e. Suitable for a lamilv.
Has never been occupied. E,iy terms
to a good tenant.
Good stabling, bciv.ints' rooms, nnd a
On the premise, or J. E. Wiseman, 27
Merchant st. Honolulu. 838
A Four.RooniPd COTTAGE,
with cool: house, and eery
convenience, to let; and Fur
niture tor tale. Apply on the premises
at No. 187 Nuuauu S.rect- 1),1U tf
IicnHO or Sale.
OF HOUSE AND LOT on School
street. Lease has 8 years to run.
House contains G rooms, bath nnd kit
chen. Oi iho premises are stable, car
riage house, fowl house, &c. Water
runs through the yurd. Juit the place
for two L'euilimen or a small family.
019 2w JNO. A. PALMER.
A SMALL COITAGE AT LELEO.
Apply to T. W. RAWLINS,
8ul If Soap Works
New Cottngc to L.ct.
ANEW COT TAG 13. cornor of Pcnra
,cola and Klnuu street; four rooms,
kitchen, bath, and pantry. Water laid
on. Healthy location. "Terms icasou
able. Enuuiieof Lyors & L -vey, or
tf. O. ATWATER,
021 2w Gt Building
J. E. WISEMAJT.
Tho Reliable Business Agent,
Quarterly Bills DistrilJiktBa
Quarterly Bills GollsctH. !
TO SUIT THE TIMES !
0)7 I in
JOHN. A. PALMEU will dUtrlbuto
Also, a-sbt In gcucrnl olllcu woik.
O.lico in Campbell'" Block, Ilojm 7, up.
rl"MlE Undersigns! Pioprlelor of the
P Mill STEAM CAM FACTORY
desires to Inform his patrons nud tho pub
lie generally that notwithstanding the
recent DISASTROUS FIRE, has erected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a much moro Extensive Scnlo which
is now in Fum. OrcnATioK, and which
will bo In complete working order by an
Early Arrival of now Machinery nnd
Tools; and Is now ngaln prcpaicdjio
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
and will always hnvo on hand his dell,
clous Fresh Made
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CREAMS,
RICH NUQ AT IN BABS,
SUGAR ROA8TED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of great variety oft
Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit
Of all desciiptlons. All those Home
Mado Fresh and Pun- Confections, I sell
at 00 ccntB PEN POUND.
ITICH WEDDING CAKE
Of the Finest Flavor, in all sizes always
on hand and ornasicntc'd in the
most artistic ttylc.
MLTJYOE PIES !
alwijs fro'h, us also
Home Made Mince Meat
for sale at GO cents per pound.
Will receive per Consnelo the balnucf
of my now machinoiy of the newest de
signs tormauufaLtiiring all description
of plain Candies; thanking the publlf
for jire ions liberal patronage and so
licmng a continuance of same.
Piactlcal Confectioner and Pastry Cook.
tiik old stakd. 71 Hotel street
P. O. Box No. 75;. . . ..Telephone No. 7-J
Q- 1). FnEHTU.
W. C PEACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
23 3mmmt Street.
HONOLULU, 11. 1.
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFER FOB SALE
At tlio Loircgt 3Inrket Kates
Geo Qoulct Champagne, pints & quarts.
Chas Farro " " ' "
Carlton Frero " " '
Flno Old California Brandy, in bulk,
Pure Virginia White ttjo Whiskey,
Budwciser Lagi r Beer, pints and quarts
A-largo and well selected stock of
&c, &c, fec,
Always on hand and for sale at pilcc
thnt defy competition. Country orders
solicited. All goods guarantied.
Telephone 40 P. O. Box SCO.
0 "tH (il
Corner ot Fort mid Jlotol Uta.
Books and Accounts and Cub
torn House Businosa prompt
ly, carefully and accurately
J, E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merctant St
Telephone 172 P. O.Box 315.
Offer for sale ox ncent arrivals,
111 qtinrU and pints.
Of Joseph Perrlor & Co's.Chalons,
Grand Vln Mousseui.
Carte Blanche mcd. u'or,
Of Chas. Farro, Reims,
Ca lo Blanche, Dry ,
Lo Brum Frues.
Of iiustavo CiRtiilon, Cognac
M. Forniont & Co., Cocnac
Otard Dupuls & Co , Cognac,
A. Goudln & Co., Cognac,
J. F. Chcvlllc, C.ignaw
llct Bohnleilnm CJln,
In stone and glats.
Of J. T. Bcncker's BcliUdnm.
Flno Port "NVlnoo, . ,
SUPERIOR TABLE CLARETS
X'Mno Llquoni'8, S
Of Mnilo Uilnul .fc Tinirpr.' T?nrlpnnv. "J
Creme do Pralines Grlllccs, a la
Creme de Cacao, Cliouva a la vanlllo,
Nuevo Uabanos and Cheroots.
Strasburg Beer, pts. and qts.
GcnnineUti niln Cigars,
Nuea Ilubnnos and Chen.ots.
For sale by
Ed Hoffschlaeger & Co.
7(1 Hotel StlLct
C J. MCCARTHY Prop'tor.
Best Manila, Havana and American
Cigars on Hand.
Fresh Vanity F.i r,Li tie Beautic, Gold
Bar, Three Kings anu- the Pet
Ohowing and Smoking Tcbaoco,
Cut Foil and Plug."
The Billiiird, Tables of this rstablish-
mnnt luno ticcu rocnvcrtcl nud
leveled which mikes them
tho best In town.
Ginger Ale and Spda Water on loo.
S3T Call and ee me. -a
J. F. BB,OWN,
Special attention given to Surveying
in Honolulu uiid vicinity.
Kfffna cnnii1inrl mi I tlnHa nlmwlni
titles circful!yprcpArcd. tlJm I
Office. Room Wo. 5. unstairsvJ"?
, 7 -..V....V
Campbell's Block, Fort St. v.
03 tf ;
POI ! POI !
Families and othcts in want of Good,,
Freih, Clean, 'r
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain the same in quantities to
"suit by leaving ordcis nnd con
JF. JB. OAT,
.. , VT... ..... ... r,..,... m
ai i.itiuu ixiniuiiun ua.s uunuing,
tOI QuLen street. tf
I PLANING MILL,
L 4Inkcn, near Queen St. L
kB ni- i -iifinf i il mi.u iHH
C. J. Haiiueh, Propi iejor.
Contracting & Building
Mouldings ar.d F'nlsh always on hand.
J2T Orders promptly attended to. "Ot
ilnrd uiid Sufi: Stove Wood,
T 'J A
870 Cut and Split
MR. W. C. PARKE ,
HAS AN Ol FICK over Uhhop & Co.'s ' '
Batik, in d u 111 be heppy to litterld i
lo auy btibtnesb vntruned to his care. ,
8 ,.2 Cm
WILL PLEASE BEAR IN llINliO
Unit wo Keep on luiud a full
& STOVE COAL'
Of tho best quality, which wo offer for!
Wholesale nud Retail,
Orders respectfully solicited.
H, V. GUAIIA3I A C..t i
No. ft Ktnsp BlrVt'-5w
TelonLone No. 187. i-astun '
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