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WEDNESDAY, JAN. Ts lbm"
SUH, MOON AND SEA.
. All tlino from noon of to-day,'.Tan. 28.
, li m.
Sun Soli 5 48.
Sun Kttns 18 38.
Moon Sols 17 38.
IllghTIclo (small) 3 00.
HlghTldo (lnvgc) 15 30.
WIND AND WBATHKU
IUoont from noon of yontcrilay;
awMwI. Thonnomoter llaln.
I 4ii I nii I km ti i I mi 1 isii iitoifii
30.00 I 80.00 I fiO.IH i80 I (110 I A3 3 u.00
Wind, W. to y.; Bky, tnlr; Sea, smootli.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
YOU SAN l'ltAKCISCO.
Alameda.... Leaves Hnnnliitu, Jan. 81
Mariposa.. Leaves Honolulu, Feb. 14
PACIFIC' MAILS. S. CO.
FOH AUCKLAND AND BYDNKT!
Stnn;Clt' of Sydney . .; Jnn. 21
X, KOK SAN rrtANCisco.
Stmr Zcalandin Fcb15
Bgtuo Consuclo from S F
Bk Hespcr from Newcastle
Schr Nettie Merrill for Labalua
fitiur Mokolll for Windward ports
Bktne AVm Phillips for Hongkong
Schr AIllo Morris for Lanal
Btne W G Irwin for San Francisco
Bk Calbaricn for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVINC T0-M0RR0W.
Scbr Lihollho for "Walmca
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Banca, Bai'vcrro
Bk Dacca, Perry
S S Alameda, Morse
Bgtue Consuclo, Cousins
For Kauai, per Planter, Jan 27 G II
Dole, E Conradt, HonWUJRloe, Miss
Susan Titcomb, Rev Fntjicr Eustathe,
A Spencer, Capt E L Bobbins, Masters
J and F Wnterhousc and 7 deck.
For Labaiuu. Maalaca,Mahukona and
Hllo pec Kinau, Jan 27 His Ex W M
GibsouTlIis Ex J M Kapena, His Ex J
O Domlnis, lion Jufis'awahl & wife,
kProf Agassiz," Nowlelu, Mrs K Nowlein,
MrWi; F S Lyman, wife & child. Mrs
Brash, W H Holmes & wife, P J Holmes,
W II Cornwall, Mrs II Cornwell, and
daughter, L M Vetlesou, E Ncwhouse,
J Avery, M G Correa, Mrs F P Hasting,
From S F per Bgtno Consuclo, Jan
28 W II Laws, J FWhlte.
From S F per Bgtno AV G Irwin Jan
28 J Edwards, C Eaglcson, A Spencer,
D TJLnnc, JVetmau & wife.'
The Bgtno W G Irwin sailed this day
for San Franci- co with 735S bgs of sugar,
2000 bgs of lice & 41 head of cattle.
The Dacca will load sugar for San
llr F O Windsor, purser of the Dacca,
has resigned his position and will re
The Bgtne Consuelo, Capt Cousins,
arrived this a in 18 days from S F. She
has a deck load of 125 hogs for l astln &
Cooke, and is consigned to that firm.
She was nearly 2 days coining from the
east end of Molokai to this port.
Tho Caiharricn sailed this p m for S
F.with 11,021 bgs of sugar, valued at
The bark Ilesper, Capt Ryder, arrived
this day with about 1,200 tons of coal
from Newcastle, N S W, for tho Inter
Island Steam Navigation Co.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
TnE Skating rink will be open to
night especially for juveniles.
. . O t
As we go to press Mrs. Lowell
.Smith remains in a very low condi
tion. Tiierk was no meeting of tho
Stock & Bond Exchange this morn
ing. . .
H. R. H. Princess Likelike will
hold her usual weekly reception to
The Supreme Court-will hear jury
fc waived cases to-morrow and sit in
f Banco on Friday.
His Ex. the Minister of Finance
and Governor J. O. Dominis, went
to Maui yesterday by the Kinau.
His Ex. W. M. Gibson left by the
Kinau yesterday, for a trip to La-
haina andLanai, returning Saturday.
The new Missionary steamer,
Morning Star, Captain Bray, is
eighty-four days out to-day from
Bahaster Berger will give ano
ther of his delicious moonlight con
certs at Emma Square to-morrow
Mn. E. B. Thomas, contractor
for tho new laboratory at Oahu Col
lege, has commenced excavating for
The salo of tho immigrants' sur-
, flits' stores by tho bark Dacca, by
Lyons and Levey this morning at tho
)Iail Steamship wharf, was very well
Winded. Tho salo realized 81,847.-
A coTTAnr. with llirco rooms U Ad
vertised (o let.
I'll an k Ur.ivrz's sign on Hold
Street, will be llio golden boot.
To-moiiuow morning nl 10 o'clock,
Lyons & Lovoy will soil household
furniture nt tho cottago No. 187
Tun annual meeting of tho Knplo
lanl Park Association will be held nt
the Armory, to-morrow at 1 i m.
A full attendance is" requested.
Mit. Gcorgo Lucas, the builder,
has a number of workmen nt the
leper grounds, Kakaako, moving
buildings and making other Improvements.
The steamer Kinnu will arrive in
Honolulu earl Saturday morning.
This is in order to connect with tbd
S. S. Alameda which leaves at noon
on that day.
Tins noon, n largo number of na
tive men, women and children might
have been seen digging among the
debris of the late fire for curiosities
and other things.
The moonlight concert at Emma
Square was moderately well attend
ed last night, and the music, as usual,
was such as to afford pleasure to
those capable of appreciating.
A very handsome and convenient
delivery wagon is the latest addition
to Love's bakery. No possible
chance for any dust to get into the
bread as it is delivered round town.
The Gazette this morning says
thnt I. W. Ginsberg, has been ap
pointed n Custom House guard.'
Col. Iaukca, Collector-General,
knows nothing of any such appoint
ment. Premature, neighbor.
Mn. EmtncH, manager of the
Temple of Fashion, was again brought
up in the Police Court this morning,
for having violated the revenue laws.
Tho case was remanded ntil to
TnE re-making of Palama road,
which has been in hand for some
time, is now completed to Liliha
street. A thick layeiof pulverized
coral has been laid on, making an
excellent road which will last for
TnE value of exports from these
islands to San Francisco for the
month of December amounted to
8344,373. The total exports for tho
year 1884 to these islands from San
Francisco reached tho sum of 87,
962,441. Bad drinking water, given to a
few cows owned by1' a single farmer
in Ayrshire, Scotland, caused an
outbreak of typhoid fever in three
hospitals and the illness of 104 pati
ents. The germs of the disease were
transmitted by milk.
TnE S. F. Chronicle of January
15th says: "Bismarck wants the
single monetary standard established.
Perhaps it is from Germany that the
pigmy Kanaka kingdom gets its ideas
of finance, as it has lately joined the
At the Bethel Union Church, Sun
day morning, the pastor, Rev. E. C.
Oggel, admitted into membership of
his church, nineteen persons, seven
by letter and twelve by profession of
faith. Three adults were baptized.
The Rev, Dr. Hyde assisted in .the
Keola, found guilty yesterday
the Supremo Court of stealing a gun
from Joseph Picto, was brought up
for sentence this morning. His
Honor tho Chief Justice told tho
prisoner it was a bad case, and sen
tenced him to eighteen months' im
prisonment at hard labor and to pay
a fine of $25.
As was generally expected, Frank
Metcalf has had a charge of perjury
In the second degrco preferred
against htm. It aroso out of tho
case of tho-King vs. "tlm ChinKeo,
selling opium, in which Metcalf gave
very contradictory evidence. Ho
will have his trial on Saturday morn
ing in the Police Court. Mr. Thomp
son defends him.
Thirteen South Sea laborers
whoso contracts have expired, called
on the Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Inspector-General
of Immigration, this
afternoon and told him they wanted
to go home. They say they arc un
able to get work. Their contracts
oxpirod aomo t mo ago mid ontnc
thing ought to bo done about thcin.
TiinitK was quite a number of rid
ing parties out to Wnlklkl last even
ing. Oun San FraticUco letter will bo
found on the last page.
Ip you want to drink anything
pure, try the soda wator and ginger
ale manufactured at tho Crystal
Soda "Works under tho now purifying
Tin: Honolulu Rifle's had a good
drill last ovening, part of tho time
on several of our principal streets.
The attendance was not so largo as
it ought to have been.
The Daily Hawaiian is in error
in stating that the next Australian
steamer from San Fraucisco will
leave about tho 20th of February.
She is advertised by tho agents to
reach here on 6r about tho 21st, so
that she would have to leave San
Francisco two days before tho
Alameda's dale, the lGth. The only
hope for Mr. Saln's spending any
time here, lies in his willingness to
stop over a month, or postpone his
departure from San Francisco until
the Oceanic Co.'s steamer of March
2nd, and leave here by the P. M. S.
S. due here March 21st.
We stated a few days ago that Mr.
Kidwcll, of the Honolulu Nursery,
had imported several thousand grape
cuttings. They arc for sale, and
cmbraco about twenty choice varie
ties including, among others, Mos
catcl, Black Hamburg, Victoria,
Hamburg, Seedless Sultana, and
Gros Calmar. Persons desirous of
procuring some of these cuttings
would do well to give Mr. Kidwcll
an early call, for the two reasons
that the supply will not last long and
the sooner they are planted the more
likely they arc to take root and grow.
. . .
The Supreme Court has rendered
a decision in tho cases of II. N. Ka
hulu, District Judge of Ewn, J. H.
Bcrenaba and J. W. Keliikoa,
charged with malpractice. "With re
gard to' Kahulu, the Court severely
censivred him, finding he had been
guilty of gross misconduct in olllce.
His commission has only two months
more to run, and it is left to the dis
cretion of the 'Governor whether he
shall renew it. Berenaba is sus
pended for three months. It appears
he made an open confession to cer
tain irregularities, and so was let off
easy. This is tho Second timo he
has been suspended. Kellikou's
commission has been cancelled, and
he has. to return the money he ob
- SPECIAL NOTICES.
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.
Exchange lias taken a tumble, so
have our prices, to make, room for
largo stock" for the holidays. King
Bros.' Art Store. 930 3t
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at the Emma
Square to-inorrow evening at 7:30.
Tho following is the programme:
Overture The Partner Aubor
Ballad Tho Reaper and tho Flowers. .
Finnic Carmen Bizet
Reminiscences of ltossinl Godfrey
Medley War Recollection Beyer
Waltz Peek-a-Boo Schmidt
Quadrille Llliuokalanl Berger
Ahi Wela, Hawaii Ponoi.
The United States man-of-war
Essex entered New York harbor on
Dec. 30th, after having been away
in Pacific and other parts around
tho world for three years, during
which alio had not lost a man and
had but little sickness.
The commercial bodies of New
Orleans have given tho South Ameri
can Trade Commission of the United
States strong recommendations of
the importance of the Nicaragua and
Panama Canals to the United States,
and urged tho forming of more satis
factory treaties of friendship and
trade with southern countries.
A temporal power league has been
formed in Rome, to establish com
mittees throughout tho world, with
the object of advocating, in tho
" press nnd from the pulpit and plat
form, tho restoration of the temporal
power and domains of the Pope.
In the case of a robbery of 810,-
000 from one Lcfovro's jewelry store
In Montreal, Canada, tho police be
lieve tho Ftf'humc wns planned and
carried out by an Aincilcitu burglar
named Jones, to get oven with Lc
fevre, who was foreman of n grand
jury that returned a true bill against
Jones for burglary some years ago.
Tho burglar had only recently been
released from the penitentiary.
On tho last tla' of tho old year
tho United Stales Treasury mailed
checks in payment of interest duo
Jtinunry 1st on Government securi
ties to tho amount of nearly eight
Tho silver exhibit from the Chi
huahua mines, Mexico, in tho Now
Orleans Exposition, is the largest
specimen of block silver ever cast
in ono crucible. It weighs nearly
three tons and is worth over 100,000
Smokers, Attention !
The following brands of Cigars:
All new and highly recommended.
II. .1. XOLTB,
c. j. McCarthy,
OF 'IHU ASTO.t I10U3E
70 Uosol Street.
Ha jU9t receive I. pi r A.umcdn, the fol.
lowing ohoico biunds of
American Cigars !
Beauty's Bower, Henry Clay,
S-implcr, Siu'l. Crane, Western Btlle
La belle Cillrornia Las Ninfus,
Full Moon. Snow Drop,
t3T Theso Cigar are manufactured
from the choioett of Aniuncau und Ha
Como and try them I
NOW LANDING !
Ex British Bark Banca, fiom
" WHITE'S "
For Sale at Lowest Ratos,
in lots to suit, at
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO'S.
BEfJS to Inform his numerous custo.
mors and the public that he is'
READY AGAIN FOR BUSINESS
In the sloro
Tailoring E.tabll hintnt,
Risen from lie AsSes!
LOVE'S NEW BAKERY !
MRS. LOVE desires to Inllmatoto
her numerous old cii-toinew and
the public generally, that her bakery,
XHiHtroyeU toy ITlrct
lias been restored In hanrt-ome. sub
flunti.il and convenient form, Sho is
tluroi'oro prepared to supply tho largost
Plain and Fancy Bread
ofthobist quality, and manufactured
by the most approved methods.
Everything in tho lino of n flrst-c)aB4
biikory will lie carried on with greater
facility th in hoforo tho flru. ,
Tho Lunch & Coffoe Room
Is nl'o icstored In more elegant Plyln
than ever, and nt ratos that cannot he
underbid by any restaurant.
Brick Building, 73 Nuuanu Slrool.
Honolulu, Dec. 12, 1881. 8D2.
Suuerior Fire B
TrtS J. A. HODANBT, DrM.
It I. maker, H'(iiols nil lif puMomr,
cprclnlly thn-c who account nro
Inn;; htiuulliiK, to mnko Immediate pay
mpiil, otlicrwlto tlfclr 1 Ills will bo
plnccd In tho hnmh of n collector.
Uercntlcr monthly tcUkluonls will ha
required. 010 Sw
ON nnd after this date, Mr. J. E.
Wiseman will take ilmrgo of my
books, dl tribute nnf collect my bllln
wit mat txceiitlon. Ills receipt will ha
OEOKOK TROUSSEAU M 1)
Honolulu, Nov. 21, Ib8l. 371 if
liCrtHe or Hnlo.
HOUSE AND LOT on School
street. Le isie has 8 years t run.
II on 8 a contains G looms, bath and kit
chen. O'l the premises arc vtablo, car
riage house, fowl- house, &c. Water
runs through the yard. Juu the place
for two gentlemen or a small family.
010 2w JNO. A. PALMER.
OR GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
to MRS. TURNER, '.2 Alakca
0110 ly h
Dwelling; Hoimo t.o Xjct.
The promises now occupied
by .ludtjuMcCully, on Bcre
tnnl.1 f-mot, in Kuhmkahua,
will Uu rented after th Ut of Febiuary,
1S-C, at reasonable tales. The house is
commo.Uou. and tho outhouses con.
enlcnt. The giounds are well plnntcd
with trees and thrul3. Eoqulr" of -80i
It S. B. DOLE.
At Pnlamn. near Reformatory
ISchnoh a new and cominodlou
Icottace. Suitable for a laniily.
Has never hern occupied. Easy terms
to a good tenant.
Good stabling, scivants' rooms, and a
On the premises, or J. K. Wiseman, 27
Merchant st. Honolulu. 8S3
A Four-Roomod COTTXGE,
with cool; house, and every
convenience, to let; and Fur-
nituro lor t-alu. Apply on the piemises
at No. 187 Ntiuanu Street- .010 tf
Corner ot Fort and Hotel Btu.
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom House Business pro mpt
ly carefully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,.
Oenoral Business Agent, Merchant St
Telephone 172--- -T?. O. Box 315-
J. F. BROWN,
Special attention given to Surveying
in iionoiuiu nn.i vicinity.
Reooids searchod, and plans showing
titles carefully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's lllock, Fort St.
tU j tf
POI ! POI !
Families and others in want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain the same in qunntlt'cs to
cuil by loivlug ordi'is and ion
IP. 33. OAT,
At Pacific Navigation Co.'s Building,
801 Qm-cn street. If
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over Dl hop & Co.'s
Bank, and will he happy to attend
to anv business rntiusic.l to his care.
8 i'i Cm
s. m. cA.rrrjEK,
AOUNT TO TAKIS
Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts.
Offlco with Mr. Flehbournc. S09 8m
from H. J. As new,, Ml
' Kin o-ani rnrK. i? ami
now prepared to tako horses to Irnln,'
nnd prepiro them for I ho coming Fair
on me inn oi ijuuc iuxi.
Broaking-nnd Educating Young Honoi
a tpoclnlly. 4
It 1 a point of Important- to nil own t
rrs of fine young colts not to hnrs them
jammed or hammered over the hnrd
road, nud to get them properly hnndled
for tho Hist luauno mo the ones that
make iho horse.
Also in connection with my Training,.
Stablnii, 1 will scive a cirtnln number
of choice irarcs with inv Yotitiir Ilnm.
lnlionlau Stallion "Al'TOS CHIEF."
Ho un slrod by Elcciioiucr. owned by
Gov. Stanfoid. r! ho silo of Electioneer
was Risdcke'n nambcltonlnn. The dam
of Aploi Chief was tired by Spci ula
tlon; he by Rl-doku's Hambtllontan
so it will be seen that Aptos ii an in
breed of Uambeltonian.
Terms for semi e i f Aptos Chief, $50
for the acn'nii. payable at the time of
service; and nil nuircs falling to be
with foal will havu the service of tho
horse the next season free of charge.
Kipiolnni Ptrk, .Tan. r.!, le5. 025 Gm
LEVY & W00LHAM,
Korac BrcnkcrN nnd Horse
HPHE abovo linn will brcai: horses to
X single and d ublo harness, nnd be
ing well known as competent horao
breakers, they need no fuithcr recom..
mcndnllons, as they guarantee all work"
in their line.
Clipping Xono In tho lnont
All or 'en 1 ft on King Strret, back
of lCawahiliao Church, or at the OH co
of J. E. Wiseman, will be promptly at
tended to. 0i7 tim
Macieale k Mm Safes !
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 18S5.
C. O. BERGER, Esq.,
Agent Macmalu & Urban Safes.
It is with great pleasure that
I add my tetimcny to llio Fin.-1'ioof
quallt.ei of j oai Silos.
I had a smr.ll single dlor Macncalc &
Ui ban Safe in last nijht's terrible flic,
und, on opening the sumc this morning'
found its conient consisting of books
papers, and money to tho amount of
$io-io-in PFEor condition.
I am so well satisfied with the result
that 1 want another No. 3 Safe al once.
GEO. M. RAUPP,
020 Gcrmanla Market.
Q. U. KIEHTII.
VV. O. rSACOCK
Freett & Peacock,
S3 IVnimiiTi Street.
HONOLULU, ir. I. "
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFER FOlt SALE
At the Lowest Market Rates
Geo Goulct Champagne, pint; & quarts
OhasFarro " " "
Oarlton Frcrs " " '
Fine Old California Brandy, in bulk,
Furo Virginia White Rye Whiskey, i.
Budwclsar Lager Beer, pints and quarts
A large and well selected stock of
' &.C., &c, iic.,'73
Always on hnd and for Mile nl pi ices f
tniii ncly competition, country orders
solicited. All goods guarantied.
p. o. iiox aco.
TAKE NOTICE I
T T? WTQTT.WA-KTr
Tho Rellablo Business Arjont,
Qnarterly Bills DislrWei "i
Quarterly Bills WafflUA
TO SUIT THE TIMES I
, Also, nslu in general offlco woik. fi
Ofllco In Campbell' Block. Boom 7, iipS
i '.t.. ; ' .. ' . . guk:
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