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FRIDAY, JAN. IK), 1885.
SUM, MOON AND SEA.
Ml timo from noon of to-day, Jau. 30.
Smi Sots f 40.
SUM Rises 18 38.
Moon Sets 1S 20.
High Tide (small) BOO.
High Tide (large) 17 30.
WIND AN1 WEATIlKIt
Htoord from noon of jentcrdny
MbSTKdvSi. Thermometer ltnln.
I 41i I 9)1 1 Mil 21i I llh-'l 16h lltolSli
I SO 00 I S0 0a 30.071177 C0O- bOO 1 0.01
Wind, S.W. light j Sky, lino I Soa, moiler
nto. OCEANIC S. S. DO.
' KOn HAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda.... Leaves Honolulu, Jan. SI
Mariposa Leaves Honolulu, Feb. 14
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
KOIt AUCKLAND AND STDNErt
Stmr.Ctly of Sydney Jan. 24'
J .. BAN rilANCISCO.
Slmr Zenlandia Feb. 15
Stmr V G- Hall from Windward ports
Stmr O II Bishop, Kauai and Walanac
Stmr Jas 3Iakec for Wnlalua and Kauai
Stmr l.ohua for Windward porta
VESSELS LEAVINC T0-M0RR0W.
Stmr C 11 Bishop for Kauai & Waiauao
SS Alameda for SF ' '
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Banca, Barvcrro
Bk Dacca, Ferry
S S Alameda, Horse
Bgtno Consuclo, Cousins
Bk nesper, Ryder
From Kauai & Waianae per stmr C R
Bishop, Jan 20 F B Aunhast, AV Cuth
hert and family, MrOattors, Jas Gay,
J D P Holt, Mrs Kanani, J Dowcrf O
Yeates and 20 deck.
Booked to lc.aw' . o a ,. .S S Ala
imcda, Jan 31 Mrsftinkc i. Miss lib-
't) v;,by,MrsFHEn(;rsaud2(. Udre FM
-w Eudcrf.-JV Say and wife, . -u.ugs &
-,, squallood, S Both, A Ellis, J
Hync, Jf jvons, Miss Jncqua? G G Mac'
farlane. v IIcndpi-ou. no- oods, Mrs
T-JC Riley, J ..cesv., iuva i A Culliun,
jh. 1 W ,iarko and child, J P Wil
loui;li. From Maul and JIawaii, per stmr W
G Hall, Jan 30-rGodfrev Brown, Mrs
Kinkead, Miss Kibbv, W S Bay and
wife. W F Hall and wife, Missjtf E Ful
ler, Mrs O B Makeeand child. G W Llt
chouthaler, Mrs Willoughby, J Mousar
rat. Madame Cora, C Meinecke. D Chis
liolin and 81 deck.
The stmr W G Hall brought 4,257 bgs,
of sugar, 42 bgs of awa, 21 bgs of coffee,'
35 hides, 4 goat skins. 30 head of cattle,
and 400 pkgs of sundries.
The stmr C R Bishop brought 2,001
bgs of sugar. She sails to-morrow at
noon for. Waianae and Kauai.
At the residence of the bride's parents,
Honolulu, Jan. 2!)tb, by'tho Rev. J. A.
Cruzan, Mr. Fred. Harrison to .Miss
Emma Victoria Nott, daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. John Nott.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tins is ladies' night at the skating
No band concert at Emma Square
Eakly this morning it was cold
enough to wear an overcoat.
TnE steamer Kinau may be looked
for early to-morrow morning.
A ket found at the skating rink
awaits an owner ut this office.
Colonel Spueckels will probably
leave bsho Alameda to-morrow.
Mn. George Gray Jtfacfarlane
leavesy tlio Alameda to-morrow.
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Mns. Governor Kinkead returneel
from Hawaii this morning by the
TV. G. Hall.
The Supreme Court will sit in
Banco to-morrow; and then adjourn
The Alameda will take to-morrow
about 2200 tons of cargo besides
2000 bunches of.bananas.
The South Sea Islanders occupy
quarts" at the Immigration depot,
The Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will meet at the residence of
Dr. Hyde, to-morrow evening, at
7:30 H clock.
Jacod Sims, the pedestrian, is'
now proprietor of a boot blacking
stand, at the entrance to the Union
. . '
The annual meeting of the Hono
lulu Athletic Association will be
held tin the Gymnasium, Monday
Max Eckart, the jeweller, is mov
ing into more commodious premises
in4 Campbell's Block, next to J. E.
The S. B. Alnmcdn sails nt noon
to-morrow for San Francisco. Loiter
writers should take notlco tlint tlio
mail closes at 10 o'clock.
The mooting of the Ivapiolrtui Park
Association yesterday was adjourned
for one year, thcro not being n
quorum of members present.
Theke was a large gathering at
Emma Square concert last night, nnd
frequent applause indrcated apprecia
tion of the excellent music.
Madame Cora, tlio magician, re
turned by the "W. G. Hall this morn
ing fiom. a tour round the island of
Hawaii. She reports business as
being very dull.
Akteu being absent about five
hours yesterday afternoon, the jury
brought in a verdict of not guilty
ngainst Akiona, charged with perjury
iu the second degree.
Officek Mchrtcns arrested three
Chinamen last evening with opium
in their possession. They were
brought up in the Polico Court this
morning, and remanded till Monday.
Oj? Friday evening next there will
be an exhibition of dissolving views
at the Government English School,
at Wainlua. The Rev. A. Clark,
principal of the school, has charge
of the exhibition.
Tins noon, a Chinaman named
Ah Kiu swore out a warrant charg
ing his child, six months old, with
deserting him. It appears that he
had adopted the child, and it had
been taken away frombim.
Mn. Chas. B. Wilson, Superinten
dent of Water Works, gives notice
to-day that owing to the scarcity of
water, the hours of irrigation will be
limited to 4 hours per day, from 6
to 8 a. in., and from 4 to G p. m., un
til further notice,
Dear "daily dodger", we take the
liberty of saying that it is rather late
in the day for the steamer W. G.
Hall to sail for Maalaca and Kau, on
the 18th of January, or the Iwalani
to sail for Paauhau, Janu.iry 7th,
In the Police Court this morning,
Chas. Elsen'was fined $10 and 83.50
costs for disturbing the quiet of the
night. Thos. Dawson, for assault
and battery, had the same fine im
posed on him. Kalama, for drunk
enness, was fined 86.
Pastou Cruzan was seized with
horror at the sound of the lire alarm
last evening, as he had the momentarily-approaching
marriage of Fire
man Harrison already inserted in tho
Friend. Who would have suspected
such rare journalistic enterprise in
our clerical brethren of tho quill ?
To-Jionnow being the anniversary
of the birth of.Lunalilo, the founder
of the Lunalilo Home, the band will
give a concert on the grounds of the
home, commencing at four o'clock.
The building will be thrown open for
the inspection of visitors.
Last evening, about five minutes
past six o'clock, Hon. John Cum-.
mins.telcphoned to the central office
to say that there was a fire in a
Chinese shanty near the corner of
Punahou and King streets. A few
minutes later he sent word in that it
was all out. No damage of any ac
count was done. The fire depart
ment did uot go out.
A few days ago, in tho Police
Court, a Chinaman, Chock Hoon,
was tried for embezzlement commit
ted about five years ago, found
guilty and sentenced to six months'
imprisonment. Ho appealed his
case, and it was heard, before a jury
yesterday, who found him guilty.
The Police Court sentence therefore
Remember tho band concert at the
Hawaiian Hotel this evening. The
tw6 paintings by Messrs. Jules Ta
vernier and Joo Strong will bo on ex
hibition in tho parlors of tho'hotel. It
is desired that everybody should take
this opportunity of seeing those fine
art productions, as well as enjoying
the delightful music and moonlight
in tho sylvan retreats of tho hotel.
Mr, Tilden will make everybody
Yesterdat afternoon by
sion of Capt. Morse, the
Custom Houso authorities searched the S. S.
Alameda for opium. Five tins were
. I i 1 T fc
found in tlio Chlncio forecnstlo dono
up in a parcel ready for dispatch.
Two trunks from tho same quarter
wcra taken to tho Port Surveyor's
office, in one of which was found 15
tins of opium.
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Mh. Jules Tavernter's wonderfully
realistic picturo of the Volcano,
which will be on exhibition to-night,
will go forward by the steamer Ala
medu to-morrow, to be placed on
exhibition in San Francisco, and
thence to the Now Orleans World's
fair. No one should fail to take ad
vantage of this only opportunity of
seeing it at tho Hawaiian Hotel to
night. . i -
The condition of Mrs. L. Smith is
again slightly favorable to-da-. She
slept fairly through the night.
ANeditorwho "aims" at good diction
Was composing a horrible fiction.
His hero wouldn't work,
And he swore like a Turk
At tho brain-lack that caused his
It is a hard matter to satisfy a
Chinaman. One went to. the Treas
ury the other day to get gold for
paper money. The registrar said,
"All right, Johnny, you shall have
it," and produced a tray full of
two-and-a-half dollar gold pieces.
Before he could commence to count
it, Johnny said, "No, me no likee
that, too muchec small," and then
departed. Ho wanted larger pieces.
The case of S. Ehrlich, charged
with violating the revenue laws, oc
cupied the attention of ,the Polico
Court this morning. The goods in
dispute were a number of children's
suits, which ho entered as cotton,
while the Custom House authorities
had reason to believe there was wool
in them. Experts Were called who
testified that thoy were cotton and
wool. Others said they were shoddy
and cotton, and one said that the
same kind of goods was exported
to Mexico as cotton goods. After
hearing the evidence, Mr. .Ehrlich
was found not guilty and discharged.
- 1 m . '
While tho Police Couit was in
session this morning, a Mrs. Roc
advanced to Deputy Dayton and
commenced talking to him, upon
which Justice Bickerton told her to
keep quiet. The old woman did not
readily comply, so His Honor told
a policeman to remove her. One of
the Chinese officers took hold of her
for that purpose, when she told him
to keep his hands off her, she could
go out without his assistance, and
would take her time about it. How
ever, she dul go out, muttering all
the way down the stairs. Order is
one of the first laws of Justice
Mn. Max Koiim is about complet
ing a very handsome piece of work.
It 'is a pictorial sign of large dimen
sions to ornament the exterior of the
store of Mr. J. Williams, the photo
grapher. In the centre is a large
medallion, filled completely with
miniature portraits, among which
we noticed, His Majesty the King,
the late Princess Ruth, Kamchameha
statue, Father Leonor and Mr.
Lycan. On either sido are two
panels containing island views and
curiosities, from which are suspended
garlands of malic. The whole is
surmounted with the Hawaiian Coat
of Arms most beautifully painted.
It is one of the finest pieces of work
of its kind we have ever seen,
and Mr. Kohm wilplacc it on exhi
bition in a few days, due notice of
which will be given.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL CONCERT.
The Band will play at the Hotel
this evening at 7:30. The following
is tho programme:
Overture French Comedy.. Keler Bela
Duet Troubadour Verdi
Waltz Southern Rreeze, (by request)
Selection Tho Lombardlans Verdi
Selection Mascotto Audrau
Polka Belloua Faust
Quadrille Madame Angot Lecocq
Hooheno, Hawaii Fonol.
THE well-known HORSE TRAINER
and BREAKER la now piepared,
at ijio old training stnblcs of Capt, Clu
ncy, corner Funuibowl and Queen sis,
to break in and feed horcs for $B5. No
responsibility, but every care taken.
tarHorso clipping a specialty. 028 8in
Honolulu Carriage Manufact'y
228 and 230 Fort Street,
Honolulu, . - . - Hawaiian Is.
W. H. PAGE, 1'roprletor,
A watch and chain found yester
day can bo had by tho owner, on
proving properly and paying for
this notice, bj applying at this office.
C. J. WScCART H Y,
OF THE ASTOK HOUSE
70 Hotel Street.
Ha just received, per Alameda, the fol.
lowiug cholco brands of
American Cigars 1
Beauty's Bower, Henry Clay,
Sampler, Stud. Crane, Western Belle
La Belle California Las Kinfus,
Full Moon, Snow Drop,
EST These Cigars are manufactured
from tho choicest of Anicricau and Ha
Copio and try tliein I
1 Risen from the Ashes !
LOVE'S NEW BAKERY !
MRS.1 LOVE dosiro to intimate to
her numerous old custotnew and
the public generally, that her bakery,
JDoHtroyed ly ITli-e,
Has been restored In handsome, sub
Ktantl.il and convenient form, She h
thirerorc prepared to supply tho largest
Plain and Fancy Bread
of the bsst quality, nnd manufactured
by tlio most approved methods.
Everything in tho lino of a first-class
bakery will bo carried on with greater
facility than before the fire.
The Lunch & Coffee Room
is also restolcd In more elegant style
than ever, nnd at rates that cannot be
underbid by any restaurant.
Brick Building, 73 Nuuanu Slreot.
Honolulu, Dec. 13,1881. 892
BEGS lo inform his numerous euslo.
luers and the public that he is
READY AGAIN FOR BUSINESS
In the store
rrHE Undesigned Proprietor of the
. PIONEER. STEAM CANDY FACM
desires to inform his patrons and the pub
He generally that notwithstanding tho
recent DISASTROUS FIRE, lias erected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a much more Extensive Scale which
Is now in Full OrEnATios, 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
and will nhvnyri havo on hand hi? deli
cious Fresh Made
VANILLA CHOCOLATE! CREAMS,
RICH NUGAT IN BARS,
SUGAR ROASTED ALMONDS,
OBBAM CANDIES of great variety orr
Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit
Of nil descriptions. All thoso Home
Made Fresh and Pure Confections, I tell
at CO cents PER POUND.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of the Finest Flavor, in all sizes always
on bund and ornamented In the
most artistic style.
3WCI1VOE 3PI3ESS !
always fresh, ns also
Home Made Mince Meat
for sale at CO cents per pound.
Will receive per Consuolo the balance
of my new machinery of tho newest de.
signs for manufacturing all descriptions
of plain Candles; thanUing tho public
for nreUous liberal patronage and bo.
liclting a continuiiuce of name.
Practical Confectioner and Pasfy Cook.
tiik old btand. 71 Hotel street
P. O. Box No. 70 ;. . . ..Tolcphono No. 74
OK and aftcr'lhU date. Mr J. E
Wlsrnnn will take ihftrgo of my
books, ill tribute nn'l colleut my bills
v It'iout exception His receipt will bo
GEORGE TROUSSEAU. M.D
Honolulu, Nov. 21, 18S1. 871 tf
170R GENTLEMEN OILY,
X1 to 31118. TURNER. 12
Dvrolllnsr Houso to I,et.
The picml'c? now occupied
by Judge McCully, on Here
tnnla meet, in Kultukaliua.
will be routed after the lbt of February,
18S5, at reasonable mlcs. Tlio houso Is
commodious nnd tlio outhouses con.
veniont. The grounds are well planted
with tree-, and shrubs. Entiuiro of
002 tf S. JJ. DOLE.
At Pnlama, near Reformatory
School, a new nnd commodious
icoltace. Sultnblc for ft familv.
Has never been occupied. Easy terms
to a good tenant.
Good stabling, servants' rooms, nnd n
On tho premises or J. E. Wiseman, 27
Merchant st. Honolulu. 8S8
A Four-Roomed COTTAGE,
with cook house, nnd een
concnlence, to let: and Fuf.
niture lor tale. 'Apply on the premise
at No. 187 Nuuanu Street- 010 tf
The following brands of Cigars:
All new nnd highly recommended.
H. J. WOTTE,
H. S. TRECLOAN,
Corner ol fort nnd Ifotol tit.
Books and Accounts and jCus
tom House Business prompt
ly, carefully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, .Merchant St
Telephone 172 P.O. Box 315.
J. F. BROWN,
Special attention given to Surveying
in Honolulu nnd vicinity.
Records searched, nnd plans showing
titles carefully prtpurcd.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Blook, Fort St.
POI ! POI !
Families and otheis In want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain tho same in quantities to
suit by leaving ordeis and con.
IT. B. OAT,
At Pacific Navigation Co.'s Building,
801 Queen fclieet. tf
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over Bishop & Co.'s
Bank, and w 111 be happy to attend
to any business cntruMed to his care.
S. M. OAJR'rER,
AGENT TO TAKE
Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts.
Offlco with Mr, Fishbourno. 009 8m
Having Icasod tho
from H. J. Atmow. it
JW-aj- Kaniolani Park, I am
now prepared to tako horses to train,
and prepare them for tho coming Fair
on tho llth of June next.
BroaMng and Educating Young llonos
tt is a point of Importa&c to all own
ers of flno young coll3 not to hare thtm
jammed or hammered over .the .hard
roads, and to get them properly handled
for the first Iciions are the onus th
make iho horse.
Also In connection with my Training '
Stables, 1 will scro a certain number
of choice marc6 with mv Younp Ham.
beltaninn Stallion APT03 CHIEF."
Ho was sired by Electioneer, owned by
Gov. Stanford. Tho sire of Electioneer
was Klsdeke's Hambcltonian. Tho dam
of Aptos Chief v,m sired bySpcrula.
tiou; ho by P.lsdoko'a Hambellonlan
so it will bo seen thai Aptoi is an in.
breed of Hambcltonian.
Terms for scrviro of Aptos Chief, $50
for the season, payablo at tho time of
service; nnd all marcs falling to ba
with foal will have the service of the
horse tho next season free of rharcc.
Kaplolani IV.rk, Jau. 'J2, 1885. 023 5m
LEVY & W00LHAM,
Home Brcakorn and Horse
HPUE.above Arm will breait horses to
X binlc and double harness, and be
Ing woll known as competent horse
breakers, they need no further recom
mendations, as they guarantee all work ,
in their line.
Gllpplnnr Done In the most
All onion 1. ft on King Street, back
of Kawaiabao Church, or at tho Ofllco .
of J. E. Wiseman, will bo proinplly at
tended to. 027 0m
Inale k Urban Safes !
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 1880.
C. O. BERGEK, Esq.,
Agent Macncale & Urban Safes.
It is with great pleasure that
I add my testimony to the Fire-Proof
qtiiilitlo3 of j our Safes.
I hail a small single dr or Macncale &
Ui ban Safe in last nisht's terrible flrei'
and, on opening the same this morning'
found its contents consisting of books
papers, and money to the amount of
M040-IN PEHFECr CONDITION.
I am so well satisfied with tho result
Hint I want another No. 3 Sife at once.
GEO. M. TtAUI'P,
92G Geruinnip. Market.
u i. i'ni::vrn.
w. c. ri'AcaoK -
Freeth & Peacock,
23 Si'unanu Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFER FOR SALE
At tlio JjOircst Market Rates
Geo Goulct Champagne, pints & quarts.
ChasFarro " " "
Carlton Frero " " "
Fine Old California Brandy, in bulk,
Puro Virginia Whito Ryo Whiskey, '
Budwcisur Lager Beer, pints and quarts
A large and well selected stock of
&c, &c .',&&,
Always on hsnd and for sale nt prices ,
mm ociy competition, country orders
solicited. All goods guaranteed.
P. O. Box 3C0.
j. e. wiseman;
Tho Rellablo Business Agent,
Quarterly Bills Collected !
TO SUIT THE TIMES !
J 007 lm
Also, assist in general offlco work.:
Ofllco In Campbell's Block, Room 7, i
siairs. j .