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Aluumla '. Ltitvcb Honolulu. Jan. 31
fUDrlpo;a..r...LcavcslIeuolulu, Feb. 14
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
Hp'. AUCKLAND AND SYDNEY :
. Sim)o' of Sjditcy Jan.24
ill BAN FltANCIECO.
" Stmr Zen. tndia Feb. 10
. " ARRIVALS.
Stmr Kinau from Windward ports
Stmr Likcllke from Kahului
Schr Alalolo from Hllo
vSchr Hob Roy from Koolau
Schr Rainbow from Koolau
Stmr C R Bishop for Knuai & Waianac
S S Alameda for S F
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr Likcllke for Kahului
Schr Rob Roy for Koolau
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
Bk Banea for Portland, Or
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Bauca, Baivcrro
Bk Dacca, Perry
Bgtno Consuolo, Cousin?
Bk Hesper, Ryder
For San Francisco nr Ala'
31 Mrs Kink-' '
Mrs L K
j ,. -, i if Wllloughbv,
(rcckles, E C Macfarlane, W
.a wife, Mrs C W Alexander
and child, Miss TV Rochat, M de Silva,
T Muipby, H Engc. Mr McLane, Ah
Tong, Shin Man, Miss Hin Hook and
son, Mrs Hin Pol and son, F Enos, F
Rose, F Lawler, A Muller, F Goulais.
G Baltran, wife and three children, M
Augusto jnd wife, R Lee, S Cat ty, J
Arnhum, F Dunley and wife, J Portu
guese, J A Bell, II H Swnlney, Mr JMc
Councll. From Windward Poits nerKinau, Jan
31 Hon S G Wilder, Pi of Wayland, Gov
J O Dominis and t o servant. His Ex
TV M Gibson, J Heine, Wm Frazar, O
Lehmann, R Larery, A Young, Mon
Wab, Sam Macay, J A McKettzie, J F
Hackfeld, TV H Baily, C Notleyivdfe and
two children and servant, and Wo deck
passengers. X t.
From Kahului per LikclikSi .An 31
Miss Grace Boie,-CF' 'mlltfj Mrs Pr
wJEndeh, and child, V nders, Miss A
TV"'- ' HA ...Uer.H R Pas
senger, U Oitnnon, II" McCorriston, Miss
S McCarrlston, Frank Fostp, 1 prisoner
and 59 deck.
Stmr Klnau brought 6071 bags of
sugar, 91 pkgs hides, 148 pkgs sundries.
The stmr Likcllke brought 1.0G9 pkgs
sugar, GO bgs of corn and 01 bgs of pota
toes. Mr Geo Beckley of the stmrKinau re
ported rough weather at Hamakua.
The schr Rosario, Capt Swift, arrived
at Kahului, Jan 27th. 21 days from S F
with a cargo of gcdeial mdse. She will
probably sail on Sunday or Monday next
The Courtney Ford arrived off Kahu
lui jesterday evening, but was unable to
enter the harbor on account of light
The S S Alameda sailed this day at 1
p mfor S F with 34,417 bgs of sugar, 1,
432 bgs ot lice, 2,054 buuehes of bana
nas, 781 d- hides, 204 bales of green
hides, 12 qs of goat skins, 4 bales of
sheep skins, 107 bdls of huar-cane, 52
- ,. bxs of leaves, 1 bg of coin, (foreign
value $1 ,308.97.) Total domestic value
of cargo -100,310.45.
In Honolulu, January 31st, at the resl-
1ni,n stf lion rl.iurrfif-mv Afrn. T.nil'pll
. umakapill Church.)
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Tiik Supreme Court adjourned at
noon for the term.
Oun puzzle department will ap
pear on Monday.
Pkof. Wnyland arrived by the
Kinau this morning;.
His Gov. J. O. Dominia returned
by the L.nau thivmornlng.
Mr. r E. Wiseman has several
neatly furnished rooms to let.
Col. Spreckcls departed by the
steamer looking as happy as a clam.
Tae Friend for February is to
hand ' O late for notice in this issue
The Honolulu Athletic Association
fholutit J annual meeting on Monday
pTuc Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society meets this evening at tho
i residence of Dr. Hyde.'
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Jjyilin Kx. W. M. Qihion relumed
ffdm Maul by llfo Klnau tills morn
ing., - m
Tun band plays at the Lunnlllo
Homo this afternoon at 1 o'clock.
The Home will be thrown open for
Business Agent John A. Palmer
will shortly move into tho premises
on Fort street, latoly occupied by
Max Ecknrt, jeweller.
On Wednesday next, Lyons and
LuVcy will sell nil the stock in trado
of the late flcm of Simpson and
Wallace, on tho premises Hotel street.
His Majesty the King, Colonel
Spreckcls, and scvcrnl other gentle
men Mcie entertained at dinner last
evening by Mr. Wm. G. Imin.
His Majesty the King and II. R.
II. Princess Liliuoknlani were on the
wharf to witness the ,dcparture of
the S. S. Alameda.
We congratulate Brother Atkinson
on the anival of a, bouncing little
eon. We hear he is to bo named
Hawaiian Gazette Atkinson.
Col. and Mrs. C. H. Judd gave an
elegant party at their residence last
evening. His Majesty the King and
a large number of invited guests
Mn. E. C. Macfarlane, proprietor
of tiio P. G. Advertiser and S. F.
Wasp, left by the Alameda this
noon. He returns to Honolulu by
the same steamer.
The largest shippers of sugar by
the Alameda ware: Irwin & Co, 19,
00G bags ; Davies & Co, 5,385 bags ;
Grinbaum & Co, 2,917 bags; Schae
fer & Co, 2,237 bags.
Mns. Mary R. Chase died yestcr
dey, aged 75 years. . She was a
native of Rochester, 'Vermont, and
a sister of the late Ira Richardson.
The funeral took place this afternoon
from No. 37 Emma street.
One lady who was intending to go
by tho Alameda, has decided to re
main over another steamer. She
saw Tavcrnicr's Volcano picture last
evening, and will not go away until
she has paid a visit to the Volcano.
Mn. J. F. Biown has received an
appointment on the Government
Survey staff,-and an ofllce, is being
fitted up for him in the now Kapua
iwa building. He will have govern
ment land surveys.
Jdst as the steamer was moving
off, Col. Spreckels asked Bandmast
er Berger to play the "Watch on the
Rhine." This was done, and the
way the Colonel sung the air of
it from the deck of the steamer was
The sailing of the Alameda was
postponed until 1 o'clock. It was
some fifteen minutes after that time
before she got away from her dock
owing to being stuck in the mud.
The Band was on tho wharf and
played several selections. A laige
crowd of people was in attendance.
Mr. Sam Macy, the new hack in
spector, arrived by the Kinau this
morning from Hawaii, and has al
ready entered upon his duties. Mr.
W. Wond, the late inspectpr, who
has been appointed district magis
trate at Waialua, leaves for that
place early next week. He has been
a very faithful public officer and wc
wish him success in his new duties.
In tho Police Court this morning,
Waihoi, for driving an express with
out a license, was fined $G. AhKam,
for having opium in his possession,
was fined S50 and sent to prison for
ono month. Kamuna, a native, was
charged with deserting her husband.
The Court reconciled the parties.
Frank Metcalf's caso was further
remanded until Monday.
Dn.S, Ernest Craddoek, member of
the Royal College of Surgeons, Eng
land, Licenciate of tho Royal College
of Physicians and of tho Society of
Apothecaries, London, publishes his
professional card in our issuoof to
day. This gentleman has recently
arrived from England for the pur
pose of practising his profession. He
comes here very highly recom
The S S, Alameda sailed at a
quarter past 1 o'clock to-day. She
was detained one hour, at the re
quest of the Postmaster General, in
ordoMo allow of tho despatch of
tho foreign correspondence received
this forenoon by tho steamers Klnau
ntul Llkellko from Hawaii and Maui,
which vessels brought from those
islands 4,111 letters, some 500 of
which were for the United States nnd
Europe. The Alameda took a mail
consisting of 5,741 letters and 1,784
- .. .i m . i.
So lahoe and respectable an at
tendance answered the announce
ment of a band concert and exhibi
tion of pictures at the Hotel last
evening, that there is no room left
for chiding residents for want of ap
preciation of cither music or paint
ing. The professional and business
classes were very fully represented.
For n time the parlor,in which Taver
nicr's picture of the Volcano and
Strong's of the Mountain were hung,
was so thronged as to make it a mat
ter of difficulty to obtain a good
view of cither. Among the distin
guished visitors were H.M. the King,
II. R. II. the Princess Liliuokalani,
members of tho Cabinet, and tho
American and French Ministers. The
pictures, which nro done in crayons,
were exhibited above a screened
light, so that they were seen to good
advantage. The most profound ad
miration regarding them was uttered
by whomsoever they were discussed.
Needless to say, the music was up to
Mr. Bergcr's best efforts. Mr. Ta
vcrnier's picture went away by the
Alameda, and will be exhibited one
week in San Francisco, thence going
to the World's Exposition in New
Orleans, and then on to Now York
n m - i mi P
and afterward London. Mr. Strong's
will remain here for the present, and
as it is for daylight observation,
it should be seen again by last night's
observers on a fine afternoon. To
the public spirit and refined instincts
of Col. G. W. Macfarlane is the
country indebted-for the visit of so
eminent an artist as Mr. Tavernier,
and the consequent fame 'attending
his magnificent reproduction of our
greatest natural wonder.
Rev. Geoigc Wallace will preach
at St Andteus' Cathedral morning
At Fort Sticet Church Pastor
Ciuzan will preach in the morning,
and the Rov. Arthur- H. Smith of
North China in the evening.
Rev. Robert Mackenzie of San
Fiancisco will occupy the pulpit at
Bethel Union Church in the morning,
and Pastor Oggel in the evening,
after which a 10 minutes after meet
ing for prayer and testimony will be
BOOMS TO IiET,
SEVERAL NEATLY FUKNISHED
Rooms to rent, for gentleman nnd
wife, or gentlemen, on tbe S. W . corner
of Merchant and Alakea streets. Apply
on tho premises. 033 lw
Honolulu Athletic Association.
THE ANNUAL MEETING of tho
above named Association will bo
held in the Gymnasium, Fort Street, on
Monday, February 2nd, at 8 p. m.
The .Directors of the Association are
requested to meet at the Gymnasium at
7:.'0 p. in., for tho cons, deration of im
portant business. By order,
J. 8. WEBB,
033 2t 4 Secretary.
DR. S. ERNEST ORADDOOB:,
(late Scholar and Pilzetnuti Sur
gery and Medicine, King's College,
London) Physician and burgeon, 101
Fort Street. Olllcc hours 9 to 12 a at.,
2 to 0 and 7 to 8 p. m., or at Hawaiian
Hotel. 9JJ Urn '
DR S. ERNEST ORADDOOK,
Medico GlrUKiao, 104 Fort strict.
Aclia-se cm casu, das 9 horns no mcio
dia. Das 2 horas as olnco, e das 7 horaa
as olto, da tardo, o do nolte no Hawaiian
Hotel. Folia o Portugue. 033 0m
(Wheel Brand), and'
Burke's Genuine Schiedam !
FOR SALE BY
H. Hackfeld & Od.
' 033 lw
TOE well-known HORSE TRAINER
and BREAKER Is now prepared,
at the old training stables of Capt. Clu
ney, comer Puiionbowl and Queen sts,
"to break in and feud hordes for $35. No
responsibility, but every care taken.
jg-Horse clipping a specially. 033 3m
Honolulu Carriage Manufact'y
228 and 230 Fort Street,
Honolulu, . Hawaiian Is.
W. H. PAOE, Proprietor.
A watch nntl chain oiintl ycslcr
day can bo batt by tho otuicr, on I
proving property nntl paying for
this notice, by applying at this onico.
CTXAfl fcG A R THY,
OF THE ASTOH HOUSE
70 Hotel Street
1 just received, per Alnnicdn, the fol.
lowing choice brands of
American Cigars I
Pca-ity's Uowcr, Hcurv Cl.iv,
Samph r, Stud, (Jrnnc, Wcslcm Bcllo
La belle Cullfornia'Las Nlnfus,
Full Moon, Snow Drop,
EST These Clgnrs aro manufactured
from the choicest of American nnd Ha
Come ami try thorn :
Risen from the Ashes !
LOVE'S NEW BAKERY !
MRS. LOVE desire? to intimate to
hi r numerous old ciMonicM and
the public generally, that iter bakery,
Destroyed toy JPivc,
Has been restored in haiuUome. sub
stantial nn;l convenient form. She h
therefore prepared to supply the largest
Plain and Fancy Bread
of the bast quality, and manufactured
by the most approved methods.
Everything in the dine of a first-class
bakery w ill bo carried on with greater
facility than before tho tire.
The Lunch & Coffee Room
is also restored in more elegant stylo
than ever, and at rates that cannot bo
underbid by any restaurant.
Brick Building, 73 Nuuanu Street.
Honolulu, Dec. 13, 188 1. 892
KGS to Inform his numerous custo
mers and the public tint he is
READv AGAIN FOR BUSINESS
rfHE Undersigned Proprietor of the
FIOKEER STEAM CAM FACTOR,?
desires to inform his patrons and tho pub
lie generally that notwithstanding the
recent DISASTROUS FIRE, has erected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a much more Extensive Scale which
is now in Foll Operation, and which
will be in complete working order by an
Early Arrival of njjw Machinery and
Tools;, and is now again prepared Jto
CHOICEST. PURE CANDIES
and.wlll always have on hand his deli,
clous Fresh Made
VANILLA OHOOOLATQ CREAMS,
BIOH NUGAT IN BARS,
SUGAR BOASTED ALMONDS,
OBEAM CANDIES of great varltty OPT
Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit
Of all descriptions. All those Home
Mado Fresh and Puro Confections, I te
at 50 cents PER POUND.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of the Finest Flavor, in all sizes always
on hand and ornamented In the
most artistic style.
THITVOE! 3PIES !
alwiys fresh, as aleo
Home Made Mince Meat
for salo at CO cents per pound.
Will recelvo per ConBuolb the balanco
of my new machinery of the nowest de
signs for manufacturing oil descriptions
of plain Candles; thanking tho public
for w-eviotis liberal pntronago and so
liciting a continuance of same.
Practical Confectioner and Pastry Cook.
TUB OLD STAND. 71 Hotel Street
P. O, Bqr No. 75 ;. . , -Telephone No. 74
ON' nnd after IhN ilato. Air. J. E.
WlMmnn will inliotlmrgoof my
boo', (II tribute nni collect my bills
w Ittioul exception. 1IM receipt w HI ha
GEORGE TROUE8EAU. M D
Honolulu, Nov. 21, 1881. Sli tf
FOR GENTLEMEN OSLY. Apply
to MRB. TURNER, M Alikoa
street ot'O ly b
Xvrellln; Ilouao to Iot.
The prcm!ci now occupied
1 by Judge McUully, on Bore-
H tflTllrt CtrJMlt tn L'lllnnl.ntll.n.
will bo rented nfior the Ut of Fobiuary,
io-ij, in n.isuiliuiio latcs. tiio Jiotiso Is
comraoiHou, and tho outhouses con
lenient. .The grounds arc well planted
with trees and Mirtibs. Enquire of
003 tf S. II. DOLE.
, At Pnlamn, near Reformatory
jociiuoi, n new ana commodious
lCOHftle. Sllllnliln fnr n fnmlltt
Bus never been occupied. Easy lyrms
to n good tenant.
Good stabling, servants' rooms, and n
On the premise, or .1. E. Wiskman, 27
Merchant st. Honolulu. 888
A Four-Roomod COTTAGE,
with cook house, and overj
Conpnlnnrn. tn lot nnil Pur.
niturc lor t-alc. Apply on the premise
at No. 187 Nuuanu SticcL 910 tf
The following brands of Cigars:
OUR' MASHER '
All new and highly lccomineiided.
II. J. KOIiTB,
020 2w BEAVER SALOON.
Corner of Fort and Hotel Stw.
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom House Business prompt
ly, carefully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St
P.O. Box 315-
J. F. BROWN,
Special attention given to Surveying
in Honolulu nnd vicinity.
Records searched, nnd plans showing
titles carefully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Block, Fort St.
POI ! POI !
Families and others hi want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain the same In quantities to
suit by lealng orders nnd con
JF. J3. OAT,
At Pacific Navigation Co.'s Building,
661 Qm.cn sticet. tf
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over BJdiop & Co.'s
Bunk, nnd w 111 be happy to attend
to any business entrusted to his care.
8li3 Cm .
S. M. OVK-XI3K,
AOENT TO TAKE
Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts,
Office with Mr. Fishbourno. 009 8m
Hating loaned tho
fv from II. J. Airnew:' at
k -Knniolanl Park. Iam I
now prepared to takp hones to tral J
and prepare them for tho coming JVifr
on tho 11th of Juno next.
Creaking and Educating Young lionet
a tpoclelty. f
It i ft point of lmpn-tanc' to alj otto t
en of flue young colli not'to'liaro them.
Jammed or hammered over the hn"w
ronds, nnd to get them proptrly hnndl ,
for tli 8 first lesions nr the ones that,
mukc the horsa. '
AUo In connection with my Training
Stables, I will servo a certain number
of choice marcs with mv Young Ham.
beltonlan Stallion " APT03 CHIEF."
Ilo wasslied by Electioneer, owned by
Gov. Stanford. 1 ho slro of Electioneer
was Risdckc'A Ilambcltonlan. Tho dam
of Aptos Chief was sired by Spcritla
tlon; ho by Rlsdcko's Harabcltoninn
so it i III be seen that Aptos is an In.
breed of Hambcltoninu.
Terms for scrvira of Aptos Cblof, (60
for tho ieiuou. payablo at tho time of
tervlco; and oil mares tailing to be
with foal will havo tho service of the
horse the next season free of rharso.
HENRY KEITH. "
Ktpjolanl IV rlc, Jan. '.2, letfu. D25 Gm
LEVY & W00LHAM,
Horse Itrcnkcrn nnd IIovc
rPHE above Arm will brcnK horses to
X bincle and doublo h.xrnes, and be
ing well known as competent horse
breakers, they need no further rccom.
mendalions, ns thy guarantee all work
in their line.
cllpplnsr Done In tiio most
All orlers 1-ftnt their office oppoMc j
the Kerosctio Warehouse: or atiho Of- Sj
ucc oi d. .. Wiseman, will be promptly
tended to. 027 0m
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 1880,,
C. Or BERGER, Esq ,
Agent Macnc&le & Urban Safes.
It Is with great pleasure that
I add my tealinony to the Fin-Proof
qualities of jour Sifcs.
I had a small single deor Macneale &
Uiban Safo in last night's terrible flto,
and, on opening the simo this morning,
found its content -coniiting of books,
papers, nnd money to the amount of
$1(M0-IN PERFECT CONDITION. .
lam so well satisfied w'ith tho result
Unit I want another No.3 Safe at once.
GEO. IT. RAUPP,
028 Gcimauia JIarkct.
-1 i itnitti.
w. c. PFACOL'K
Freeth. & Peacock,
S3 Xnnanu Street.
riOKOLULTJ, U. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFElTHr. , t
At tho IiOivest ainrkct Itatck V
Geo Goulet Champagne, pints & quarts.
ChasFarro " - ' '
Carlton Frero " " . '
Fino Old California Brandy, In bulk,
Puro Virginia White Itjo Whiskey.
Riirlimto..,- T.nv T)..n. .U....I .... '
A largo and well selected 6tock of
&c., &c, &c,
Alt ays on hand and for sale nt prices
Hint defy competition. Country orders
solicited. All goods gumanlccd.
Telephone 40. P. O. Box 8G0.
703 6m. 3
BUSINESS MEN -3
Tho Rolfablo Business Agent,
. And Reasonably,
TO SUIT THE TIMES f
uuarienv Joins, m
A 1 Wt11 UU
w.iin.rr.ftr iv kin a. w
JOHN A. PALMER will distribute
v t anu concct
Also, aslst In general ofllcow
nniKft tn PnmnllMMa Itlnnlr ,T1
wu.v . vuu.jfUk.4, '4'IUVIH,,
Quarterly Bills Bistribated
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