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TUESDAY, JAN. 27, 1886.
SUN, MOOH AND SEA..
All tlmo from ndou of to-day, Jan. 27.
Sun Sou 5 47.
Sun lllses 18 30.
Moon Bel iu .10.
UlgUTIdo (small) 2 30.
HlghTldo (largo) ID OJ.
W INI) AM) WEJLTHEU
llecord from noon or yostordur
ScTl'l. Thoimometar lt.li..
I 41i I h I 22h 2h I (lb I 18h IJtolPli
29.S0 K1.99 I 30 01 11 TOO 72 o 00O U07
Wind, X. W. light Sky, flue; Ben, gmootli.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
rou SAX Kit NCISCO.
Alnmedn....l.eaes ltnnoltilu. Jnn.Jil
Mnrlposa Leaves Honolulu, Feb. 14
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
KOll AUCKtAND AND SYDNEY:
Stmr City or Sydney Jan. at
V", KOU BAN FIIANCISCO.
StmrZealnndin Feb. 15
Stmr James Mnkcc from Kauai
Stma Mokolll from Windward poits
Schr Nettle lien 111 from Lnhalnn
, Jan 27
Stmr Klnau for Wlndwai d poi U
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Stmr Iwalaul for Hamakun
Stmr KUnuca Hon for Windward ports
Schr Wuloll for Mullko
Schr Wullclo for Mallko
Schr Cateilna for Ilanalcl
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Nettle Merrill for Labalna.
StmrMokolll for Windward ports
Bktuo Win Phillips for Hongkong
Schr Mllo Morris for Lanal
B 'tno W G Irwin for Sau Francisco
Bk Calbarlen for San Francisco
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktnc Wm Phillips, Potter
Bk Banca, Barvcrro
Bk Caibaricn, Hubbard
Bgtne W G Irwin, Turner
Bk Dacca, Perry
S S Alameda, Morse
Fiom Kauai & Waialua per stmr Jas
Makce, Jun 27 G II Dole, 1 Chinaman
and 15 deck.
For Kahnlul and Kaunakahakal, per
Likellke Jan 20 Hon S G Wilder, M D
Monsai lat, Thos E Cooke, G O Williams
Bro Arsenuls, J D Kerr, Hlel Kapu and
wife. John Kapu, J Williams, F W
Lewis, Mis JKIIauuna, E H Burton.
The Wm Phillips sails to-morrow
morning for Hongkong.
The stmr JaMukee brought 2C0D bgs
of sugar and 24 bgs of rice. She sails on
Friday noxt at 9 p m.
The Bktnc Amelia sailed from Poit
Townaend Jan 17, for this poit.
The schr Jennie Walker will sail next
week for Fanning Island. She will re
turn with Mr Giegg.
The stmr Mokolii brought 210 bgs of
sugar, 50 sheep, lobblsof molasses, 22
bgs of potatoes & 14 hides.
'rue senr Celtic juemiwurougut 1000
The W G Irwin was hauled .out into
the stieam this a in to take ou board the
cattle for San Francisco.
It is reported that Mr Howe's French
brig will bo fitted out to take the return
ing South Sea Island laboieis.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Foreign news on last page.
To-niqht is ladies' night at the
The Band will give a moonlight
concert at Emma Square this evening-
' In future, the oflice hours of Dr.
Brodie, V. S., will be from'7 to 9 a.
3t. and 1 to 2 r. jr.
. . .
A large lot, house, and improve
ments at Kapiolani Park are adver
tised foiyalp at a bargain.
Tue Honolulu Rifles meet for their
regular weekly drill this evening at
their Armory. A full attendance is
I Bv order of Marshal Soper, the
bankrupt Btock of A. W. Richardson
& Co. will be sold on Thursday by
Mr. E. P. Adams.
A meeting of the olllcers and
teachers of tho Bethel Sunday School
will be held this evening nt the resi
dence ofMr. J. O. Caiter, Nuuanu
Valley, at 7.30 o'clock.
. . . .
Lerov Brundago, the well-known
horse twiner and breaker, can
always bo found at Capt. Cluney's
old trailing stables, corner of
" Punchbowl and Quccu streets. .
Mk. R. "W. Meyer, manager of the
Molokai Ranch, has been appointed
Dish let Magistrate fof the Island of
Molokai, by His Ex. Governor
Dominls. Tlic appointment Ib a very
The sale of Immigrants' surplus
stores and fittings ex bark Dacca,
U take place to-morrow at 10
"l at the Pacific Mail Stcam-
rf, by Lyons and Levey,
Tun eitiulnu fcltum will meet nt the
"i. M. C. A. Hall this evening nt
Tub oo-paitncrship existing be
tween Simpson & Wallnce, plumbers,
gasflttcis, etc., Hotel sticot, has been
dissolved by mutual consent.
Tnr. W. G. Irwin sails to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock for Snn Fran
cisco with n cargo of about COO tons
of sugar and rice. She also takes 41
head of cattle, from W. II. Rico's
On account of non-compliance
w ith the order of the Court in tho
matter of issuing citations to tho
heirs, the proving of tho lato Henry
May' 8 will has been postponed until
-"' .M. ...I
Tiik. case of Aklonn, for perjury
in the second degree, will' probably
corao up to-morrow before a foreign
jury. The Attorney-General and
Mr. A. S, Hartwcll appear for tho
prosecution and Messrs. John Russell
and Edw. Preston for tho defense.
Tun January Term of tho Supreme
Court closes on Saturdn3. "Wo have
to thank Mr William Foster, tho
clerk of the Court, for his kindness
and courtesy in giving us all possi
ble information, and also his deputies
Messrs. Henry Smith and Henry
Poor who havo done the same up
stairs. Mns. Hardey, a nativo woman,
and wife of George Hardey, car
penter at the Honokna Plantation,
died very suddenly last evening
while playing at cards in a house on
Liliha street, where she was visiting.
The cause of death is supposed to
be heart disease. Her remains will
be taken to Honokaa this evening
b3' the stenmer lwalani.'
All the Portuguese immigrants
have been shipped to their destina
tions. The following were shipped
to-day : Onomca Plantation, 7 fami
lies numbering 28 souls ; Honokaa,
8 families, total 34 ; Koloa Planta
tion, 14 families including two stow
aways, total G5 ; Ookala, 10 fami
lies, total 40 ; Olowalu, 5 families,
A melting called by Mr. Whit
ney, P. M. G., at the request of
several journalists, was held at noon
to-day in the Hawaiian oflice, to
discuss tho question of according a
reception to Mr. George Augustus
Sala. Mr. Whitney was appointed
chairman and Mr. R. S. Smith sec
retary of the meeting, and a com
mittee of one representative of each
journal was appointed to dfscuss and
manage further action.
A request has been made to the
Right Rev. Bishop Hermann, that
the bell which rings at 12 o'clock
noon on Sundays be discontinued.
As this bell has rung for fifty years
every day in the week at the same
hour, the Roman Catholic clergy
think it rather late in tho day to
make such a request. It is a custom
in tho Roman Catholic Church which
cannot bojmitted. '
In the Supreme Court this morn
ing the second trial of Keola, for
larceny of a gun from Joseph Picto,
was commenced before a Hawaiian
Jury. It will bo remembered that
in the first trial, the jury failed to
agree and were discharged. Major
Rosa appears for the crown and
J. "M. Poepoo for the defendant. At
noon the jury retired, and after being
absent a few minutes brought in a
verdict of guilty.
Marshal Soper laid a trap last
evening and caught Dan Bucky. a
sailor on tho bark Caibarien. with 10
tins of opium in his possession. Ho
was brought up in the Police Court
this morning charged with importing
opium into the country, und pleaded
guilty. Justice Bickcrton fined him
8100 and sent him over the reef for
six months. Bucky is an old offumlj
cr at this business, having served
four months for a similar offence
about five years ago.
Shortly after one o'clock this
afternoon, word was received at the
Police Station that a stabbing nffrny
had taken place on .Queen street
beyond tho Kawatahao Church,
Capt. William Tell jumped into an
express and accompanied by the
Bulletin reporter was soon at the
place. It appears that a native
named Kuua, and his wife Nahinu,
had some trouble, whereupon he
piihlicil her down, her Lead corning
In contact with tho corner of the
door, Indicting a slight wound. She
tan nnny from the house. The man
did not use any knife, and tho woman
declined to mako any charge.
In the Pollco Court this morning,
James Motley and' R. S. Scrlmgcour,
for drunkenness, had to pay SG each.
Iu the case of Ching Fong, larceny
of opium, which had been remanded,
the Ciown discontinued It. Kalna,
for assault and battery on another
native, was fined 83 and $3 costs.
Turckc, for larceny of a coat from
a Chinaman, was sent over -the reef
for six months.
Some wilful mlserenut or miscre
ants entered the boat-housu of the
Honolulu nelit & Boat Club, either
Sunday or last evening. Entrance
was effected by breaking the stops
on the sliding dooi s nt the rear of
the building. The woodwork was
damaged and hnlf n sheet of galva
nized iron toin off. The boats in
side were not molested. It is
sincerely hoped that tho guilty pnrty
or parties may bo found out, for
such mean actions ought not to go
The report of the jury who viewed
the recently burnt district, in con
nection with the widening of tho
streets, was unanimously in favor ol'
tho proposed improvement. His
Ex. the Minister of tho Interior has
already notified owners of property
at that point who may be damaged
by reason of said widening to file
their claims with Police Justice R.
F. Bickerton on or before January
31st. Tho Survey Department have
already marked out the .new lines.
Tho prompt action in this matter is
Claus Si'Reckels, tho San Fran
cisco sugar king, is of medium
height, compactly built and dresses
neatly. He has the face of a typical
German, with tho high cheek bones,
fair skin, and blue eyes of the
Fatherland. His round head is
covered with a thick growth of hair
rapidly changing from gray to white.
This is the only indication of his
ycais. He has the alert look and
movement of a man of SO. He
married years ago when he was
poor, a comely German girl, who
was thep employed as a domestic in
the family of a large Eastern sugar
lcfiner. They have four sons and
one daughter. JOotaell, jlfuss.,
Mail, Jan. 3.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square this evening at 7 :30. Tho
following is the piogramme:
March Govcnior Dominls.... Mlchicls
Overture Light Cavalry Suppo
Waltz Scented Flowers. . . Waldteufel
Reminiscences of Bellini Godfrey
Sclectlou Plnafoic Sullivan
Cavutlna Queen of Golcouila. Donizetti
Gavotte Welcome Kluss
Polka Military Waldteufel
WAIANAE CO.'S PLANTATION.
From the above plantation, wc
learn that splendid work has been
done during the past two weeks.
From Monday Jan. 11, to Monday
Jan. 17, the Mill ran 51 hours, work
ing 201 clarificrs of juice, making 95
tons of sugar. From Monday tho
19th, to Saturday tho, 24th, the Mill
ran 70 hours, working 211 clarifiers,
making 97A tons of sugar. Total
Mill ran 101 hours; number of clari
fiers 412 ; making a little over 4
clarifiers per hour ; tons of sugar,
1(J2A. One piece of land of 15 acres
averaged a iittio over 7 tons to the
A watch and chain found yester
day can bo had by tho owner, on
proving" property and paying for
this notice, by applying at this office.
II ...M. I
Our little Art Gallery is always
open to the public, admission free.
King Bros. 9?G 3t
' n -
A ladies' gold watch with a short
chain attached, and initials J. II. R.
engiavcd ou, has been lost. The
fliidcr will be rewaided by leaving
the same nt the Hawaiian Hotel.
92ii St. '
Tho North Germau Gazette ad
mits that German officer aie
numerously accepting Chinese com
missions in Tonquin, but saya they
nro all retired olllcers, and the
German Government has no power
to prevent them from seeking scrvlco
under n foreign mid friendly power.
It U said tho German olllccis nro of
little use, owing to Ignotnuco of tho
Chinese language, and cnuso great
confusion on Chinese men-of-wnr.
It has been discovered that several
Americans held in prison by tho
Mexican authorities, with no char
ges preferred nguiust them, at Mag
diiluna, Sonora, uro members of the
Grand Army of the Republic. The
post nt Tombstone, Arizona, has
communicated with the Department
of State and the commander of tho
Grand Army, and Its members aro
determined to liberate their com
rades by force if necessary.
At Cholcet, France, on tho 30th
Dec, the roof of a theatre collapsed
during a performance, and of one
thousand poisons forming the au
dience about a hundred and fifty
were wounded, some it is feared
H. J. NOLTE'S.
The following brands of Cigars:
All new and highly recommended.
H. J. NOITE,
028 2w - BEAVEU SALOON.
c. j. McCarthy,
OP TUB A9TOU HOUSE
7(i Iluiol Street.
1H- just receive I. pir A.umcdn, the fol
lowing choke bitinds of
American Cigars !
Beaut': Bower, Henry Clnv,
SampKr, Sm I. Crane, WcMcrn Belle
La Belle O illfornia Las JS'infus,
Full Moon. Snow Drop,
JS" These Cigan arc manufactured
from Hie choicest of American and Ha
Conic and try them I
Ex British Bark B men, fiom
For Sale at Loucn Mates,
in lots to suit, at
F. A. SCHAEFER &. CO'S.
05 lw '
BKflS to Inform, his numerous custo.
mcrs and tho public that he is
READY AGAIN FOR BUSINESS
In the store
Tallo lug Establishment,
Notice totho Public.
Tho Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
ICE CREAM will bo served at tho
Suiatoga House on Hot 1 street
until fuither notice. Open "ally until
11) i, m. Ordeis leeeivcd and caicfully
attended to. Wedding and I'aities sup
plied. Telephone 181. Our cart with
ctlebia cd lee uicam will muko Its usual
route in tho evening. 027 2t
Sup erior Fire Bricks
MTIS ,1. A. HODAN'KT, iJrcs.
maltcr, icqucil" nil her uimloini r,
c-prehlly tho-- uliof account nrr
long Rtniidlnp, to make Immediate l'n
incut, othorwho tliolr I Ills will tin
placed In tho hand of a coHtnor.
Hereafter Monthly fottltmcnts will be
required. 010 2w
ON nml after tbli (Into Mr. J. H.
Wlsx-mm will tulic ihargo of m
books, distribute ana collect my bill'
uitiout ixoejillon. His receipt will be
GEORGE TKOUSSKAU M D
Honolulu, Nov l!l, IbUl. 874 tf
IiCtise W Sale.
OP HOUSE Al) LOT on School
street. Lis ice had 8 years to run.
Ilousu contains G looms, bath mill kit
chen. On the premises are stable, car
riage house, fowl house, &c. Water
tuns through tho yard. Jnu the plnce
for Ino gcntluni'ti or a small family.
010 2w JNO. A. PALMKK.
OR GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
to MRS. TURNER, 12 Alnkcn
street. CB0 ly li
JDwclliuG? I-Iouho to Let.
The premises now occupied
by Judgu McCully, ou Bi-ru-tanl.v
strict, in Kuloiikahua.
will bo rrntcd after the 1st of t'outusiry,
185, ut reasonable l ntes. '1 ho house ib
commodious and the outhouses con.
cntcnt. 'I lie giounds nro -well plnnted
with trees and sujubs. Enquire of
C02 tf 8. B. DOLE.
At Piil un.i. near Reformatory
jSuhnol, a new and commoillou?
icottace. Suitable for a family.
Has never been occupied. Easy terms
to iigood tenant.
Good stabling, sci vants' rooms, and a
On the premise, or .1. E. "Viskma, 27
Merchant St. Honolulu. 833
A Four.Roomod COTTAGE,
with cook house, and every
convenience, to lot: and Fui.
nituru tor sale. Apply en tho premises
at No. 183 Nuuanu Sued. 010 tf
Corner ol l'ort nnd Hotel &i.
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom House Business prompt
ly, carefally and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St
Telephone 172 P. 0. Box 315.
J. F. BROWN,
Sprcial attention given to Surreying
in Honolulu mid vicinity.
Records searched, nnd plum showing
titles curotuiiy prepireu.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Block, Foit St.
POI ! POI !
Families and otlieis Iu want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain tho saniu iu quantities to
mil by leaving ordeis aud con-
1?. 13. OAT,
At PaoiHc Nnlgntion Oo.'s Building,
ffll Qutcn street. if
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over HUhop & Co.'s
Bank, mid will be happy to attend
tu any buslnehs cutriibicJ to his care.
s. in. cvrejpjER,
AflHNT TO TAKK
' Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts.
Oflice with Mr. Flbhbourne. . COD 8m
Kj tit hS "i
Hnxlntf Icned tho
from If. .T. Anmr. nV
JLjzim-K inio'flnl Park. I am
now proparod to tako horxs to Iriln,
nnd jri'piro thorn for tho coming Fair r
on tlu 1 1th of June mxt. '
Breaking end Educating Younn Horses
a specially. i '
It Is'n point of Impoitanca to nil own- fa
crs of fine young colts not to have them
jammed or hammered over the hnrd
Tor tho !h it luiuna arc tho ones that
mukc the lior.u.
Also In connection with my Training
Stnhl"F, I will servo n certain number iV
oi choice marcR with mv Yoiinj; Ilnni
lultonlHii Stallion " A1'T03 UHLIV
Ho wnn rod by Electioneer, owned by
Gov. Stanford. Tho siro of Eltctlonccr
uns Illsdokc'g Hnmbcltonlan. Tho dam
of Aptos Chief una sired hySpoula.
tion; he by Ritdeke's Homboltonian
ro it will bo teen that Aptos Is an In
breed of Huuibclloiiian.
Terms for t er ire of Aptoi Chief, $C0
for the season, payable at the time of
etrvlco; nnd all marcs falling to be
with foal will have tho service of the
horse the next season free of charge.
Knpiolnni Pr.rk, .Ian. '.2, 1SS5. 825 Cm
LEVY & W00LHAM,
Horso Itrcnkcrn nml Horse'
rpiIEaboo linn will breaK horses to
J- tlnirle and d niblo harness, and be
ing v.oll known as competent liorjc
breakers, they need no further recom
mendations, as they guarantee all work
iu their line.
Cllpplne rono In tlio mom
All or ten lift on King Street, back
of Kawninhao Church, or at tho OH'co
of J. E. Wiseman, will bo promptly at
tended to. 0.17 Cm
Macneale & Lillian K !
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 1S8C.
C. O. BERGER, Esq.,
Agent Macneale & UrLan Safes.
It Is with great pleasure that
I add my testimony to the Fire-Proof
gunlitiei of jour Sifca.
I had a small single deor Macneale &
Uiban Snfo in lu&t night's terrible fire,
and, on opening the same this.-morning,
found its ioniums consisting of books,
papers, and money to tlio amount of -SlO-iu
IN PERFECT CONDITION.
I am M) well satisfied with the result
that I -want nnother No. o Safe at once.
GEO. M. RAUPP,
020 Geimaula Market.
O- 1). MlELTll.
w. c. rir acock vt
Freeth & Peacock,
23 Kunnnu Street.
noNOLuui, it. r.
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFER FOR SALE
At the Lo-u est Mnrket Hates
Geo Goukt Cluimpagne, pints & quarts.
Clms Farro " " " ,
Carlton Frcro " ' '
Fine Old California Brandy, in bulk,
l'uro Virginia White Rye Whiskey,
Budweissr L-igc: Beer, pints and quart
A large and well selected ttock of
WINES, . . i
.c, &c, &c, '
Always on hand and for s-ilo at pilces
lint defy competition. Country orders
solicited. All goods guaranteed.
1 elephono 4G. P. O. Bok SCO.
J. E, WISEMAN.
The Reliable Business Agent,
Quarterly Bills DistriliQtea 3
TO SUIT THE TIMES I
JOHN A. PALMER will distribute,
Alto, nsUl in general ofllpo work, ui
Olllce iu Campbell'H Block, Ron 7, i