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TIIUIISUAY, JAN. 2i), 188.
SUM, MOOH AND SEA.
AlWlmo from noon of to-dny,.Taii. 20.
aiinsei" .-. -is.
Sun Rises IS 38.
Moon Sets 13 30.
nigh Tide (small) 4 00.
High Tide . 10 30.
WlS'll AM) W12VT1IEU
Itccord from noon of yasterdny-
AtsSfiSwI. THormomolcr Ilnln.
I 41) I !ili I 22li l 2li I nil I lfli HlolPli
I 30.01 I S0.CK1 I S0.lH7; C1o I Ii03 O.ttl
Wind, West light; Sky, lino; Son, model
utu. OCEAHIC S. S. CO.
KOll BAN FlIANCIhCO.
Alumcda. . . .Leaves Hnnolulii. Jan. HI
Marlpow., Leaves Honolulu, Feb. 14
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
.KOll .VUCKI.AKD AMI SV11NKY:
Stmr.CUdf Sydney .....Tun. 24
VOK SN l'llANCIBCO.
Stmr Zcahiudia Feb. 15
Stmr Lchua from Wludward ports
Schr Sarah & Eliza from Koolau
Sclir Llholtho for Walmca.
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W. '
Stmr Jas Mnkco for Waialua and Kauai
Stmr Lchua for Windward ports
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Banca, Barvcrro
Bk Dacca, Perry
S S Alameda, Jlorso
Bgtno Consuelo. Cousins
Bk Ilesper, Kyder
From Hongkong: pnr bktnc Win Phil
lips, Jan 29 II L Gulllnc and 140 steer
The Jennie Walker, dSt GB Holland,
will sail on Wednesday Ext .jyr Fan
ning' Island. c
Tho Banca will sail for lVirtland O, on
Satur&y or Sunday next. I
The stmr LeMuWii),113 bags of
i"S?r- . . .' ..
q-Ui'Cr is uockcu near tnc v jl a
The Jas Makcc sails to-morrow at 9 a
in for Waialua and Kauai, and the Lc
hua at 3 p m for Windward ports.
The Win Phillips sailed this p m for
Hongkong with 140 Chinese passengers,
137 men, 5 women and 4 children,.
' 111 Ilotioluln, January 29 tb, to the
wife of Clias. B. DwLjht, a dapghter.
LOCAL & CEHERAL HEWS.
- The Supreme Court sits in Banco
San Francisco Letter '.will be
found on the last page.
Full moon to-night. Make the
best of it, boys and girls.
WnEN will the proposed alterations
to the Post-Office commence?
We arc all going to the skating
rink to-night. Big time.
Tins evening, Mr. Fred Harrison
will be united in marriage to Miss
Frank Mutcalf is in the Station
House, and not in "bustody"- as
stated by the Hawaiian last even
ing. The exceptions in the Bridges .case
will not be ready for this term.
They will probably bo .argued at the
April tf rm.
Lotfc's bread delivery wagon-now
goes out as far as Punaliou. Resi
dents in that neighborhood should
make a note of .it. .
The consumption of sugar in
England has reached tho enormous
total of 1,083,000 tons per annum,
or 68 lb. per head of the population.
If anything, the condition of Mrs.
Lowell Smith to-day is slightly im
proved. Sho slept considerably
through the night and this morning.
HoEdw. Preston is suffering
from a severo attack of gout. He
.was able tb appear in the Supremo
Court this morning, but could not
- Tnsalo of tho bankrupt stock of
A, AV. Richardson & Co. tins morn-
ing by Mr. E. P. Adams was well
attended and tho goods found ready
purchasers. Tho sale realized about
F. A. Sciiaei'kk, Esqr., secrc-
tary of tho Queen's Hospital has re
ceived three sealed tenders for sup
plying that institution with.poi for
one year commencing February 1st.
Tho tender of Mr. W. Luther Wilcox
being the lowest, it has been accepted.
Wrrn tlio nspistnnoo of ft gnng of
prisoners llio .Survey Department Is
moving to-tiny, into its now quarters
in the Knpttnlwn litilltllng in tlio
Government house yard, recently
Cot.. C. II Jt'ni) Is n happy grand
papa, and it alt comes about by the
receipt of a telegram from Boston,
Mass., staling that his daughter,
Sirs. Farley, gave birth to a daugh
ter. January 17th. Congratulation.
TnintsDAY, February 12th, is tho
eleventh anniversary of the nccession,
and also the second anniversary of
tho coronation of Ills Majesty King
Kalakaua. The day will be observed
as a Government holiday.
The Supreme Court has bccii oc
cupied this morning in heaving tlio
case of Akiona charged with perjury.
The case was given to the jury about
twenty minutes past twelve o'clock,
ami as wc go to prcH they have not
rendered a verdict.
Satvjiiday will bo tho anniversary
of the birth t)f Lunalilo. The Band
will play at Ihc Ltinalilo.IIoine from
4 until C o'clock in tho afternoon,
instead of at Emma Square. The
homo will be thrown open for all
In the Supreme Court yesterday
the case of D. W. Luha vs. A. Fer
nandez, Jr., trespass and trover,
was heard before a Hawaiian jury,
who brought in a unanimous verdict
for the plaintiff. The damages are
laid at $400.
In conversation with one of the
South Sea laborers now roaming
around town, ho said they wanted
to .go home quick, they are tired of
Hawaii, too much hard work and
very little money. They like their
own country the best.
Chinese New Year will bo cele
brated 011 February 14th this year.
All housewives will bo glad to henr
of this, as they so enjoy having the
kitchen to themselves for a few days.
The restaurants will probably do a
larger business during the celebra
tion of the holiday.
Dr. S. Ernest Craddock, late
scholar and prizeman of surgery and
and medicine, Kings College, Lon
don, will shortly commence practice
in this city. This gentleman came
out as surgeon on the bark Dacca
with Portuguese immigrants. Only
one death occurred during tho
Do not forget the moonlight band
concert at Emma Square this even
ing. Bandmaster Borger will pre
sent an excellent programme. Every
body is invited, all scats arc free,
and no hat will be passed around.
The following have been elected
officers of the Haiku Sugar Co., for
the ensuing year: President, Chas.
M. Cooke; Vice President, II. P.
Baldwin; Treasurer, S. N. Castle,
Secretary, J. B. Athertpn ; Auditor,
E. W. Petorson.
The Post-Office mail by the S. S.
Alameda closes on Saturday at 10
o'clock ; a late letter bag at 11 o'clock
on payment of an additional five
cents. Letter writers should sec that
their letters and papers are properly
stamped before dropping them into
Mr. Albert Sala, brother of George
Augustus Sala, is living atNapoopoo,
Hawaii. Ho teaches the government
school there, and is also a lay reader
for the Anglican Mission. It is not
at present known whether he intends
to come to Honolulu to meet his
brother or not.
To-morrow at 10 o'clock, Lyons
& Lovy will sell by order of Mr. A.
Jaeger, administrator of tho estate
of F. T. Lenehan, deceased, tho
balance of stock of said estate, con
sisting of cases and casks of whis
koy, brandy, gin, port and sherry
wine, ales and stouts, clarets, etc.
Is the Police Court this morning,
John Sullivan pleaded guilty to vio
lating express rule 25, by not show
ing a card of rates of faro when call
ed upon. He was fined 83 with S3
costs. S. Ehrlieh, for violating of
revenue laws, was remanded until
to-morrow, as was also Elsen,
charged with disorderly conduct.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a concert at tho Hawaiian Hotel
to-morrow evening in honor of
departing guests, One of tlio groat
attractions of tho evening will ho
Mr. Jules Tnvcrnlcr'B Volcano and
Mr. Joe Strong's Manna Ken, both
of which pnlntings will bo placed on
exhibition in tho large parlors.
1 1 ' --
Nearly all of Frank Gerlz's stock
was saved from tho late" lire, and he
wishes to thank most heartily, those
kind friends who assisted in saving
it. He can now bo found at G8
Hotel street, the sign of the golden
boot, where he will be glad to see
his numerous patrons.
. . . . .
Mu. 13. P. Adams, the auctioneer,
offers splendid Inducements in our
columns to-day. On Saturday, Feb.
28tli, he will sell at auction, unless
previously disposed of, 7 valuable
building lots situated on Lunalilo,
Kapiolaul and Victoria, streets.
These lots are about fifteen minutes
walk from the city, and command a
grand view of the mighty ocean.
Poisons desirous of obtaining home
steads of their own in one of the
finest suburban localities, will find a
rare opportunity in these sales. In
tho present easy condition of the
real estate market, good bargains
may be expected. Plans may be
seen at the auctioneer's offlcc. Since
writing the above, Mr. Adams in
forms us that four of the lots arc
A meeting of the press committee
on the Sala reception was held in
the post office building yesterday
afternoon. Hon. II. M. Whitney
(chairman), Rev. A. Mackintosh,
Messrs. Webb, Clarke, Smith (sec'y),
Scaifc and Logan were present. In
the course of conversation Mr. Mack
intosh expressed his admiration of
Mr. Snla's qualities and interested
the meeting with a description of
some of Mr. Sala's ways. It was
decided that the secretary draw up a
letter to bo jointly signed by all of the
committee, and sent to Mr. Sala, ac
quainting him, with the desire of the
Honolulu press to give him a cordial
welcome. The matter of procuring
a lecture or two from the distinguish
ed journalist was left to be arranged
when it was known whether his inten
tion was to stay here any time or not.
In the meantime no effort was to be
spared to excite the interest of tho
community in such a desirable even
tuality. It was also agreed that all
the papers represented should pub
lish an article before the departure
of the outgoing steamer, to be sent,
with other information, by tho secre
tary to Mr. Sala. Our "piece" is
given to-daj' in the form of a letter
to our desired guest.
A watch and chainfound yester
day can be had by the owner, on
proving property and paying for
this notice, by applying at thi3 oflice.
Exchange has taken a tumble, so
have our prices, to make room for
large stock for the holidays. . King
Bro3.' Art Store. 930 3t
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square tllis evening at 7 :30. The
following is the programme :
Overture Tho Partner Aubcr
Ballad The Reaper and the Flowers..
Finale Carmen Bizet
Keminipccnccs of Kossinl Godfrey
Medley War Recollection Beyer
Valtz Peck-a-Boo Schmidt
Quadrille Llliuokalanl Bergcr
Ahl Wela, Hawaii Ponoi.
Tho Russian War Department
proposes to make use'of telephones
in communicating with the fortresses
of tho empire.
Risen from fti isles !
LOVE'S NEW BAKERY !
MRS. LOVE desires to intimate to
her numerous old ciutoiners nnd
the public generally, that her bakery,
Destroyed ly JFire,
Has been rcslorod In handsome sub
stantial and convenient form, Sbo is
therefore prepared to supply the largest
Plain and Fancy Broad
of the best quality, nud manufactured
by the most approved methods.
Everything in the lino of a first-class
b:ikory will be carried on with greater
facility thnn before the (ire.
The Lunch & Coffee Room
is also restored in more elegant stylo
than over, and nt rates that cannot be
underbid by any restaurant.
Brick Building, 73 NuuanuSlroct.
Honolulu, Deo. 12, 1881. 802
In Great Britain there nro in,flR0
registered places for explosives, and
tho dynamite trndo Is increasing,
four new factories having boon
erected during the Inst yenr. We
think it may bo inferred that this
country is not 1'esponslblo for all of
tho 179 explosions that occurred
last year in the United Kingdom.
A Chicago printer is said to have
invented a contrivance by which,
when attached to any printing press,
eight different colors can be pro
duced on paper at one Impression.
When the patent is secured it will
be put upon the market. It will, if
it realizes what is claimed for it,
work a revolution in fancy printing.
Paper barometers can be made by
soaking paper In a solution of
chloride of cobalt. It then becomes
hygroscopic, and, if exposed to a
current of air, will change from blue
to pink, regaining the blue tint as
the moisture decreases.
Eight hundred observers arc now
regularly studying the phenomena
of tornadoes under tho direction of
our Signal Service, and predictions
arc now mado of their occur
rence like weather predictions, and
with marked success.
OF TI1K ASTOH HOUSE
70 Hotel Street.
Ua just received, per A.nnicdn, the fol.
lowing choice brands 01'
American Cigars !
Beauty's Bower, Henry Clay,
S.hnpl'ir, Stud, Crane, Western Belle
La Kclle C.illfornia Lm Ninfus,
Full Moon, Snow Drop,
:!?" These Cigar? are manufactured
fiotn the choicest of American and 11a
Oonic and try them I
BEttS to inform his numerous cnslo
iiioio and the public Unit he is
READY AGAliM FOR BUSINESS
In tlio store
rpiIE Uudcrtigncd Proprietor of tho
PUR STEAM CAKDY FACTORY '
desires to infornvhis patrons and tlie pub
lie goncrally that notwithstanding the
recent DISASTROUS FIRE, has erected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a much more Extcnsivo Scale which
Is now in FohL Opeuation, and which
will be in complete working order by an
Early Arrival of new Machinery and
Tools; and is now again prepared Jio
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
andwlll always have on hand his dell
clous Frexh Made
VANILLA CHOCOLATE GItEAMB,
RICH NUGAT IN BARS,
SUGAR ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of great variety On?
Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit
Of all descriptions. Ail those Homo
Made Fresh 11 lid Pure Confections, I foil
at 50 cents PER POUND.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of tho Finest Flavor, In all sizes nlwaya
011 nitiiu mm ornamented in mo
.most artistic style.
alwiys frcih, us also
Homo Made Mince Meat
for pale at CO cents per pound,
Ylll receive per Consuelo the balnnco
of my now machinery of tlio newest do
signs for mauufacturi 11 g all descriptions
of plain Caudles; thanking the public
for previous liberal patronage and so
liclttng a coutinunucu of same.
.Practical Confectioner ami Past)' Cook.
tiir old 8TAKO. 71 Hotel street
P. O, Box No. 75;. . . ..Telephone No. 74
ON mid after thU date. Mr. ,T. E.
VI-nnn will tnko rlnrgo of my
I oi)'d, di trltxitc nut mlifit my l)lll)i
il'iont ixcp, lion. IIli receipt will ho
OKOHOn TROUSSEAU. MO
Honolulu, Nov SI, 1831. 871 tf
IOR GENTLKMEN ONLY. Apply
. to MRS. TURNER, -iS Alnkcn
Htrcet. Ct'O ly b
1vo111ujv 1-Iomno 1o Let.
Tho promises now occupied
by Judge McCully, on Here
tnnh Mivct, in itulo.ikahua,
will be icntcu titter ihe ui 01 i'curu:iry,
1885, at rcasonnble intis. Tlio house is
commodious, and tlie outhousci con
venient. The gioundi nro well lnntid
with trees and thrub-,. ICiiniilf; of
co: tf a. b. bolt:.
At l'nlama. near Reformatory
School, a newnud commodious
tcottnec. Suitable for n family.
Has never been occupied. Easy terms
to n good tenant.
servants' rooms, and n
On tho premises, or J. E. Wisemau, 27
Merchant si. Honolulu.
A Four.Roomrd COTTAGE,
with cook house, and every
convenience, to let: and Fur.
niture lor sale. Apply on the premises
nt No. 187 Nutianu Street- 910 tf
Just; 3E5.ee eiveel
Tlio following brands of Cigars:
All now and highly recommended.
M. .J. TVOK.TE, .
. S. TREGLOAEtf,
Corner ol!I-'ort nnd Hotel 8tn.
Books and Accounts and 'Cus
tom House Business prompt
ly, carefully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St
Telephone 172 P. 0. Box 315-
J. F. BPQWN,
Special Attention given to Surveying
i.i Honolulu mid vicinity.
Records searched, nnrf firms ihowing
tltlej carefully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Tiloel;,.Fort St.
POI ! P
Familles and others in want of Good,
Machine ftflade Poi,
Can obtain the same in quantities to
suit by lo iving onms nnd ton
IT. JR. OiVT,
At F.iclflo Navigation Co.'s Building,
801 Queen stiect. tf
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over Di-hop & Co.'s
Bank, and will be hunpy to attend
to any business entrusted to his care,
8H3 Om '
S. 2tt. OA.rc.rr:EK,
AOE.NT TO TAKE
Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts.
Oflice with Mr. FUhhouruo. 009 8m
limine leased the
(mm II. J. Acne wist
--Kan olanl rarK.'ivin
now nronnred to take horses to trtn.
and prennro them for tho coming Fair,
011 the 1 itli of Juno in St. , ,
ilroaklng and Educating Young HoricMd
It It n colnt of tmnortnne to nil own'!
ere of flno young colt ao to bavo them .'
Jammed or hammered over tho hrtrdx5
ronds. nnd to yst them properly hondlad ,;
tor tlie urst Jcsaon nro 1110 oner -Jin;
make tho horse. ?j&
Al.o in connection with my Training!
Stables. I will servo h certain number
of choice mares with mv Youne Ham.
beUonlau Stallion APT03 CHIEF.";'!
nowasstrou uy isiccuoncer, ownoa ny
Gov. Stanfoid. Tim sho of Electioneer
was KUdcko's Hambellouian, The dam
of Autos Chief was ircd bySperulu.
tlon; ho by Hlcdckc's Homhcltonian v
so it win be seen tiiai Aptos is un in.,
breed of Uambcltoninn.
Term for t crviro of Aptoj Chief, ?B0
for tbo ccasnn. payable at the time of;'
service; and nil mures falling to bo
with foal will have the service of tho
horse the next season free of rharro.
K'tplolnnl Perk. Jan. i'2, 1833. 025 Cm ,
LEVY & W00LHAM,
'IFnr.on TtronknrK mill Ifnran i
TU1E abovj flrtn will breait horses to ,
JL einele nnd double harness, and be
ing veil known as competent horse
breakers, thov need no further rccom-,
mendatlons, as they guarantee nil work,!
Clipping: Sono In tho niont;
ArtlBtlo Style. ,Mj
All or.lcw left on King Street, back
of Knwaiiihao Church, or at. the OU'co ,
of J. E. Wistman, will bo promptly nt-JS
iuuui;ii lu. uw mil
Honolulu, Jan. 11, lfigoH
C. O. I3ERGER, Esq.,
Agent Macnenlo &, Urban SafcsA
It is with great pleasure ths
I odd my testimony to tho Firc-Proof3
qualities of your S ifcs.
had a small single deor Macucalc &
Uiban Safe in last nij;ht's terrible fiie-
and, on opening the same tills morning
found its content consisting of books
.iiiinm n..l r.fv...t . lln .n.....i, nt
ji...i., ....v. .uutikj lu tuv; KiiiuuMi- viji
QHHU 1IH l'ti(l'JL.l. I i;UJMIlUUi.''
I am so well satisfied with the results
that I want another No. 3 Snfo at or.ee,
GEO. M. T5AUPP,
0M Gciin.iniu Market-'il
(1. 1) 1T.IS1.T11.
w. c. ntAcociCi
Freeth. & Peacock;
S3 3iunaim Street.
HONOLULU, H. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFER FOR SALE
At tlio I.cwcst Market Itutesl
Geo Goulct Champagne, pints & quarts. ,
wniuu creco - ,;
Fino Old California Brandy, in bulk,
Pure Virginia White Rye Whiskey,
Budwciaer Lager Beer, pints and quarts!
A largo and well selected stock of jjj
&c, &c, &c.J
Always on hand and for Fnle nt prices :
uuu nciy competition.
All goods guatantLCd.
P. O. Bor SCO.
J. E. WISEMAN:
Tho Reliable Business Agont,
QflartBTly Bills CollecM-P
Promptly, Accurately, '
TO SUIT THE TIMES i
007 1m .
ri,Ui ":n $
g,u&i. terry jjiixa, r
JOHN A. PAL3IER will
Also, assist in general oflice work.''
Oflice In Campbell'n Block, Room ,7,