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MONDAY, JAN. 26, 1880.
' Schr Emma from Koolau.
S S City of Sydney from San Frauclsco
Stmr Planter from.Ka'ual.
Schr Ehukal from Walalun.
Sella Mary Foster from llonopahla
Schr Kawnllanl ftom Koolau
Schr Wallelo from Mallko
Schr Waloll from 31allko
S S City of Sydney for Australia
Stmr Llkcllko for ICahulul
Schr Manuoknuai for Koolau
' Schr Cotprlna for Honalcl
Schr Walcliu for JColoa
SchrKob Koy for Koolau
Bktne Ella for SF
Schr Ehukal for Wat.dua.
Schr Man a for Mallko.
Schr Kawatlaul for Koolau.
Btuc V G Irwin for Sail Francisco
Bk Calbarlen for San Francisco
Bktuo Win Phillips for Hongkong
Stmr Klnau for windward ports
' Stmr Planter for Kauai
Stmr Iwnlaul forllamakna
Stmr Kilauca Hon for Windward ports
Schr Waloll for Mallko
Schr Wallelo for Mallko
Schr Catcrlua for Ilanolcl
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktne Win Phillips, Potter
Bk Banco, Boiveiro
Bk Calbarlen, Hubbard
Bgtuc W G Irwin, Turner
Bk Dacca, Perry
S S Alameda, Morse
Fiom Kauai per stmr Planter, Jan 25
-Col 0 II Judd, Prof Wayland. W
II Rice, A Spencer, G X Wilcox, G G
Maefarlane, MisF.M Simpson, Dr Her
bert, L M Vetlesou, Mrs F Burr.
From San Francisco for Honolulu per
SSCity of Sydney, Jan 24 B Clyde
and M Canavau. .
Fiojn Honolulu for Australia per S S
City of Sydney, Jan 25 T D Smith, K
Fablln, J M Gibson. J Moore.
The S S City of Sydney discharged
San Francisco pilot Jan 18, 4:04 p in;
received Honolulu pilot Jan 25, 4: 43 p
m. 2 cabiiftnd 67 Chinese for Honolulu.
30 c.ibln, 39 steerage passengers and
1200 tons of ficight for Austialla. Tho
flrst 3 days out nod pleasant weather,
and smooth sea, thence to poit strong
S W winds and lough sea.
Tho stmr Planter brought 1715 bags
of sugar, 41 bags of lice, 22 bags of pla,
50 bides, 32 head of cattle and 10 calves.
The schr Ehukai bi ought 341 bags of
pa'ddy'and I3G bbls.of lime.
The schr Mary Foster brought 35 cords
of fire wood.
I Tho schr Kawailani brought 949 bags
Tho schr Manuokawai sails this p m
for Koolau to get the fieight and eiew
of tho wrecked Mailon.
The schr Marion has become a total
wieck. She is lying on a reef in the
breakers and is fast going to pieces. Her
keel is gone and she is full of water. Her
r ft gjj gnlUJiii:
sails, running gear and ficight were
saved by the captain & cicw. She Is
insured for 4,000 in the Union & Great
Western insurance companies. Tho
- "vjuiderwriters have taken possession ot
The schr Waloll brought 1002 bags &
the Wailele 1075 bags ot sugar from Ma
likfc. The Bktne Ella sails this p in for San
Francisco with 0455 bags of sugar and
28 bbls of molasses, value 83,941.83.
About 40 head of fine cattle arrived
yesteiday by tho stmr Planter from W
II Rice, Lihue, Kauai. They will bo
shipped to-morrow forSan Franclscoper
Bgtne W G Irwin.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Skating Rink to night.
A milch-cow is advertised for sale.
A young German girl advertises
for a situation.
An experienced nurse advertises
for a situation.
Pkof. Wayland and Col. C. H.
Judd hate returned from Kauai.
The British bark Banca is up for
Portland. Schaefcr & Co arc agents.
Tuu S. S. Alameda will leave on
Saturday next the 31st inst at noon.
Tnp P. M. S, S. City of Sydney
carried a cargo through to the Colo
nics valued at $70,3G3.
Lyons & Levey will sell household
furniture at 10 o'clock, Thursday,
at No. 187 Nuuanu Valley.
, . .
There will bo a meeting of Lodge
Les Progrcs d'Occanic this evening
at 7. 30 o'clock. Third degree.
The unrk Forest Queen left San
Francisco, January 17th, for Hono
lulu with a cargo valued at 7,585.
The P. M. S. S. City of Sydney
has all her berths engaged for her
next trip from the Colonies to S"an
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
givo moonlight concerts at Emma
Square This evening and also to-mor
It Applications for money orders on
iJJnited States per Alameda will
tived at the Post Ultice until
at 4 o'clock.
HfC-un San Francisco Idler and
Making Paradise will be found on
tho fourth page.
Mtt. John Russell is gradually im
proving. Ho will try and be in
Mn. Myers publishes very telling
letters in this issue, respecting tho
virtues of the Harden Hand Gre
nades. At the San Francisco Stock Ex
chnngo, January 17th, 50 shares of
Ilawniian Commeiclal Co. wcio sold
The case of Akiona for perjury
comes up to-morrow in tho Supremo
Court. It will bo tried before a
Two families of the Portuguese
immigrants, numbering 9 souls, were
shipped to-day by the Likeliko for
the Molokai Ranch.
Mns. Lowell Smith still remains
in a very low state. She is conscious
but unable to speak. Through tho
night she was able to sleep consider
ably. Baudmasteh Bergcr has received
an order from Mr. G. Schirmer, tho
well known New York music publish
er, for a quantity of his Hawaiian
Foun drunks in the Police Court
this morning forfeited bail of $G
each. Joe Bolabola, for assault and
battery on John Ana, was sent over
the reef for 6 days.
. o .
Thkee deserting sailors from the
British bark Dacca are languishing
in the yard of the Police Station.
They will be kept there until the
Messrs. Wolfe & Edwards re
ceived a choice stock of horse feed
and groceries by the last steamer.
In fact they have fresli supplies by
every btcamer. ,
. o .
Dit. Carver, the crack shot, has
just completed the gieat task of
hitting 60,000 clay balls in six clays.
The score stood: shots, Gi,881 ;
misses, 4,8G5 j hits, G0,016.
Mn. Hugh Craig, manager of the
New Zealand Loan and Mercantile
Agency Co. (limited) in San Fran
cisco, was a through passenger'by
the City of Sydney.
An Eastern despatch says that
George Augustus Sala will leave San
Francisco February 14th for the
Colonies. It is not known whether
ho will remain over hero or not.
On Wednesday at 10 o'clock,
Lyons and Levey will sell at the
Pacific Mail Steamship wharf, the
whole of the immigrants' surplus
stores and fittings, ex bark Dacca.
The P. M. S. S..City of Sydney
nriived at 5 o'clock yesterday after-
noon, seven days from San Fian
cisco, and left again at 10 o'clock.
She brought 57 Chinese for this
The tug Alert may be expected
here shortly. She went on the Mer
chants drydock in San Francisco on
the 19th to be thoroughly overhauled
previous to her departure for this
The Superintendent of tho Census
has got all his returns in, with the
exception of Hamakua, from which
district he expects to hear on Satur
day. A tabular statement may be
expected next week.
At a meeting of the Privy Council
held Saturday, the following charters
were granted: Gazette Publishing
Co., Pacific Hardware Co., Bethel
Church, Ramie Co., Union Feed Co.,
and Press Publishing Co.
When Mr. Luckstono the pianist
was here he composed a march to bo
called the " Rifles March." Band
master Bcrger says it will bo played
for the first time when tho Honolulu
Rifles turn out in their new uniforms.
Mn. C. J. McCarthy, pioprietor
of the Astor House billiaid rooms,
has just received by the Ai.imeda
several flrst-class brands of Aineii
can cigars. These cig.us nro manu
factured from the choicest 6f Ameri
can and Havana filler.
Deputy Sheriff Tread way, of Waf
luku, made a seizure of 131 half
pound tins of opium last week, from
a Ciiinaman at Sprcckelsville. Part
of it was found in a chamber utensil.
Tho'Chlnaman wns taken before the
Police Justice, sentenced to ?4 hours
imprisonment and lined $250. The
opium was confiscated.
Oun San Francisco correspondent
wiitcs: Mr. Dan O'Connell, former
poet-lauroato of Hawaii and author
of tho Pirate's Raid, has just ob
tained an inlctcst in and is pail
owner of the D: ily Stock , Ex
change. Dan was forme'rly editor
of the(puper. Col. Jackson has sold
out all Ids interest. -
An old native lady went to the
Tieasury this morning with a quan
tity of Kalakaua dollars which she
wanted changing for gold or paper.
Upon her being refused sho threw
tho whole of it into the hallway, ex
claiming, u aolc inalkai kcia kala,"
which menus, this money is no good.
Eventually tho old lady picked it up
and left the building,
All parties owning animals should
take notico that it is their duty to
report immediately to the nearest
executive inspector or inspecting
officer, any animal which they shall
have reason to believe to be affected
with any infectious or contagious
diseaso or distemper, under a penalty
of not less than fivo and not more
than one bundled dollars for each
offence. Tho Inspectors arc .Dr.
Biodie, V. S., Capts. J. H. Brown
and A. B. Hayley.
This morning tho following gen
tlemen as a jury in charge of Mar
shal Soper viewed the recently burnt
district, in connection with the pro
posal to widen the streets there:
Messrs. W. W. Hall, Mark Robin
son, W. R. Cnhtlc, C. M. Cooke,
Robt. Trench and Z. Y. Squires.
Mr. J. A. Hnssinger, chief clerk of
the Interior Department, represented
the Government. The plan prepared
by the Survey Department lias the
new line of Fort street set back 8
feet From the old, and that of Hotel
street 9 feet. It is generally ex
pected that the report of the jury
will be favorable to the proposed
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square this evening at 7 ;30. The
following is the programme :
March Ka Liko Hou. (new)..MlchIels
Overture King Stephen... Beethoven
Serenade Bli thday Eisoldt
Reminiscences of Donizetti .... Godfrey
Selection Boccac lo Suppe
Choius Tannhauser Wagner
Waltz In the Twilight Coote
March Eleilo Bcrger
A watch and chain found yester
day can be had by the owner, on
proving property and paying for
this notice, by applying at this office.
Oun little Art Gallery is always
open to the public, admission free.
King Bros. 92G 3t
A ladies' gold watcli with a short
chain attached, and initials J. H. R.
engiaved on, has been lost. The
finder will be rewarded by leaving
the same at the Hawaiian Hotel.
A BOTTLE WORTH $25,000.
Disastrous Fire Averted. Saved by
the Harden Hand Grenades.
Riverside (Cal.), January 5, 18H5.
E. Cark, yen f Harden Hand
Grenade, Los Anfeles, Cal. Deah
Sin: Please send us by express 'to
Colton five dozen No. 1 hand gren
ades. On the night of Jauuory 3d,
ns our manager at Colton was
finishing up his day's business, a
coal-oil stove exploded, sotting fire
to the entire office and himself. He
rushed out, and the only thing
available was a puddle of water and
some tramps. Immediately soaking
his coat in water and getting them
to do the same, they re-entered th'o
building, and finding the flames
beyond their control they quickly
gave an alarm of fire, thinking the
entire building must go. Mr. Little
of the Palace Hotel came to their
assistance with one gicnadc left
there as a sample and dashed it into
tho flames, completely putting out
the fire, saving us $25,000 worth of
goods and tho building. Wo would
heartily recommend the grenade for
general use. Yours truly, .
J. R. NnwuEiiuv & Co.
KIUE NO. 2. t
Rivkrside (Cal.), January 12,
1885. E. Clark, Agent Harden
Hand Grenade Fire Extinyaidter,
'Los Anqetes, Cal. Deau Shi: I
deem it a pleasure to Inform you of
tho good work done with the little
"blue bottle" at my dwelling. A
fire started iu my kitchen from coal
oil, and for a time looked vory seri
ous and threatened total destruction
to ihc propei ty, but ns soon ns tho
alarm of firo was sounded one of my
friends enmo tp my assistance with
the 'grenades," mid after using tho
6ccond bottle the fire was completely
extinguished. I can safely 6ay that
they are all thoy are claimed to be,
and more. I "hope you will meet
with unbounded success with tho
sale of them, ns every business and
dwelling house should havo a. supply
for instant use.
Dn. W. C. SixvnsTiiR.
Office Wells Fargo & Co.,
II. H. Gross, Esq., 18 and 19
Second St. Dear Sir: Please de
liver to our office ono gross of your
Harden Hand Grenades for our
main office and stables in San Fran
cisco ; soon as estimates can bo made
for our office in other localities, fur
ther acquisition will bo made.
Youf s truly,
E. M. Cooritn,
, Gen'l. Supt.
The above letters explain them
selves, and tell tho whole story. If
j'ou have not supplied yourself with
Harden Hand Gronadcs, do so at
Z. K. Myers, Manager Cala.
Product and Provision Co. , 73
Hotel St., Honolulu, Solo Agent
for Hawaiian Islands.
King Leopold of Belgium is re
garded as wishing to see one of his
sons rule the Congo State, tho seat
of the supreme government to bo at
Brussels, with an international coun
cil in control.
Defalcations of 8250,000 have
occuted in the revenue depaitmcnt
of the Island of Cypress, and many
of the officials have fled to Asia
The German expedition sent to
explore the African interior has re
turned , to Ambur':, Guinea, on the
west coast of Africa, as' the natives
refuse to allow the expedition to
BEGS lo Inform his numerous cus'o
mcrnnd tlicpuulic that he will le
READY AGAIN FOR BUSINESS
In tho store
Macneale & Urlinn Safes !
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 1885.
C. O. BERGER, Esq.., .
Ag n Macnual j & UrLan Safes.
De it I a,
Itjjs with great picas ire that'
I add my tcMinrn to the Fire-Proof
qunlitlci of jo i S foi".
I had a B3Uilt dingle dror Macnoile &
Uib:i Safe In last nlpht's teniblufiio
and. on opening the sunc (his morning'
found lis content consisting of uoolvs'
papers, and money to iho umo int of
$l(Mu-IN PjSKrEfll' O )NDITION.
I am so well satisfied with l lie result
that I want another No. 3 Safo at once.
GEO. M BAUPP,
020 German ia Market.
Dwelliuj; I-Ioiiho "to Lot.
Tho prcmli-cs now occupied
hy .ludgu McU'ully, on Bere
tapli hi net. in Kuloukahiia,
will boifiiluil ufierihe lit of Kcbiuurv,
18-ft, at reasonable rales. Tho honte in
eoinmodiou . mi I the outhouses con.
culcnl, 'the gio'indb are well hinted
Willi tiecs and tin ubs. Enquire of
ICU tf H. 15. DOIiR.
t Pi lam i, near Itcformutory
School, a now tind commodious
icoittiiic. Suitable fur a lamllv.
II i never been occupied. Easy terms
lo i goo i loiiuni.
Good etuuling, bi'ivunts' rooms, and a
Ja m ard.
Oa tho premUoi, or J. K. Wiseman, 27
Merchant nt. Honolulu. 8S8
A Eour.Koomrd COTTAOE,
wiih cool; house, and cery
convenience, to let; and Pui.
niliire (or mi I a Apply on tho premises
at No. 1U7 Nuuanu Strict. 110 tf
A SMALL COri'AOB AT 1ELEO.
Apply to T.W.IUWUNS,
$jl tf Soup Works
MRS J. A. ItODANKT, Drcso.
maker, requests all her customer.
epccl.illy those whoso accounts nro ,
long btnndlng, to ninke Immediate pay- t
uicnt, othorwho tholr bills will bo i
placed in tho hands of n collector.
Hereafter Monthly settlements will bo i
required. 010 Sw
THE PEOPLE'S WANTS.
READ J. E. WISEMAN'S LIST Or
Houses, Cottages, Booms, &c, to
rent In the Morning Guide news Items
published dally. 001 1m
ON nnd nficr thU date. Mr. J. E.
Wiimin will mkc thftrgoof my
boo's, ill tribute twin colled my bill
It'iout ( xceptlon Ills receipt w ill ha
GEOBGE TROUSSEAU. M D
Honolulu, Nov. 31, 1B84. 371 If
Lcnse or Snle.
OF HOUSE AND LOT on School
street. Leave Ins 8 years tn run.
House contains 5 rooms, bath nnd kit
chen. Ot the promises are stable, car
riage house, fowl house. &c. Water
runs through tho yard. Juu tho place
for two gcntliinun ( r a small family.
019 2w JNO. A. PALM EB.
New Cottnjre to ICt.
ANEW OOTI'AGrJ. corner of rotva
cola and Klnau strict?; four room",
kitchen, bntli, and puntry. Water laid
on. Healthy location. Terms icason
alio. Enquiie of Lxons &Lvqv, or
W. O. ATWATER,
021 2w Got Building
IJIOR GENILi:lEN ONLY. Applj
. to MRS. TUBXER, ',2 Alnkeu
htrcct OfiO ly li
Notice tolho Public.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
TCE CREAM Mill bo served at the
JL Saratoga llo.ise on Hot 1 street
until further notice. Open ally until
ID i. M. Oideis tecclvcd and carefully
attended to. Weddine: aud Parties sup-?
piled. Telephone 181. Our cart with
edebra cd Ice cicam will make Its uual
route in tho evening.' 027 2t
Shop on Queen stieit, near Aiakca.
Corner ot Tort and Hotel tits.
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom House Business pro mjt
ly, carefully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant Et
Telephone 172 P. 0. Box 315.
J. F. B&OWN,
Special intention given to Surveying
lu Honolulu un 1 vicinity.
Records searched, and plans sliouing
titles carefully prpaied.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Block, Fort St.
POI ! F08 !
Families aud othcis in want of Good,
Machine Made Pol,
Can obtain the same in quintlt'cs to
tuii by Icjvlnj; oideis and ion-
F. 15. OAT,
At P.iolfic Navlnullon Co.'s Butldinjr,
tOl .Qu en Mioct. tf
""MR. W. C. PARKE'
HAS AN OFFICE over DMi'op & Co.'s
Bank, and will be happy to attend
to any hubluesb entrusted to his care.
8 ia Qui
s. m. oa.k,xii:r,
Acknowlodgmonts to Labor Contracts.
Offlco with Mr. Flshbourne. WJ 8m
liming leased the
from II. J. Acnow, at
ICimlnlfltil Pnrlr. T nm
now preparod to tako horses to train,
nnd prepare them for tho coming Fair
on the lith of Juno ntxt.
Breaking and Educating Young llorcos
It Is n point of Important o to nil owu
ci s of fine young colts not to have them
jammed or hammered over the nurd
roads, nnd to git them properly handled
for tho 11 1 st kssuna arc the ones that
make the horse. .
Aho In connection with my Training
StabP"!, I will servo n certain number
of choice mans with mv Yonnc Ham.
bdonian Stallion "A1'T03 tHlEF."
Ho wasslrod by Elcclloiuer, owucd'by
Gov. S n iford. 'I he sire of Eh ctloncor
uas Rledcke's Hambclionlau. The dam
of Aptoi "Chief wiib sired by Spculn
tlon; ho by Bi'dcku's Hambeltonlan
fo it will bo bccu tlialAj.tos Is an In.
breed of Hnmbcltouian.
Terms for scrvn e of Aplos Chief, $D0
for the scaMin. payable ot tho time of
torvlec; and all mules falling to be
with foal will havu the sen ice of the
horc tho nest season free of rharsc.
Kaplolani IVrk, Jan. 5.2, lasG. 023 fim
LEVY & W00LHAM,
Horse. Brpnltcri and Horse
rPHE above tirm will brcaK horses to
JL biimle and d tuble hirucis, and be
ing veil kunttii ns competent horse
bunkers, they need no further reeom.
mendatlons, as they guarantee all work
in their line.
Clipplna Done In tlio most
All onlcr li-tt on King Strrct, buck
of Kawnhihao Church, or at the OM'co
of J. K. Wlsunan, will be promptly at
tended to. - ' 0i7 0m
ll Ho el Stiett
c j. McCarthy
Best Manila, Havana 'and American
Cigars on Hand.
Fresh "Vanity Fa r, 1 1 tin Beautic, Gold
Bir, Thite Kiiifii unit the Pa
Chewing and Smoking Tcbaoco,
Cut Foil and Plug.
The Billiard Tablos of this isUblinh-
ment bine licen iccovend and
level id which mikes them
tho Lest In town.
Gingor Alo and Soda Water on loe. ;
tST Call and fee me. "a ,
a. d. rr.isr.Tii.
w. c. PEACOCK
Freeth. & Peacock, I
23 Kuimnti Street.
DOKOLULU, U. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFER FOR SALE
At ihc Lowest 3fnrkct Bates
Geo Gonlct Champagne, pints & quarts, js
Chas Farro " " "
Carlton Frcro " " '
Fine Old California Brandy, in bulk,
Purfi Vlrfliim Whim Itip Wliklnr
uuuwcibui ijugir ui'ir, pirns anu quarts-
A large and w ell selected block of
fix., &.C., &c, ,
Always on hand and for snlc nt pi ires ify
una ueiy competition, country orders
solicited. All goous yunrnmiid.
1 olepbono 40 P. O. Box 2C0.
. ;; ; ' j
J. E. WISEMAN. 3
Tho Reliable Business Anonl,
TiflP fiPhr MHIq IHQti'ilintDfl
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-AND- ' IKS
iItt Hilla Pnllantorl-f!
Prntimlli pniirnfnlv' r t
Anil Ileoi ODably,
TO SUIT THE TIMES'! '4
037 1m '
TOHN A. PAI MKtt Mill dhtrlbut
tf ami collect
Also, iissUt In (.'ciicral odlco work
Oftlcu in Cumpbell'' Block, lopml7.