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" iMONOAY, 1'lilJ. 2, 1885.
"jlSUN, MOON AND SEA.
Cvil itlmo from noon ot to-day, "Vob3.
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OCEANIC S. S. CO.
- FOll SAN FllAHUIbUU.
t Mariposa Leaves Honolulu, Feb. 14
'Alameda. . . .Leaves Honolulu. Feb. Ul
SP PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
M -. KOll AUCKLAND AND SVDNKY:
k 'tmr,uity oi syuney urn.
rf KOU SAN KltANClHCO.
ISlinr Zealandla Fob. 15
Selir Knulkciioull from Koholalole
tSoln- llunuokawnl from Koolau
Slim1 Planter from Kuuni
Kchr Nettle Merrill from Lahalna
Sehr Maim fiom Maliko
Belli- Wuloll from Jlallko
Sclir Emma from Koolau
t' DEPARTURES. .
. Teh 2
Vtnu' Llkellkc for Kaliulul
..tMii-'W a Hull for Wintlwiitd Ports
,S',elir Jlanuokawal lor Jiooiau
jlir Hob Jioy for Koolau
Sl'lir llaiubow for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bunr Kinau for W'iudwnid Port
Simr Planter for Ivnunl
Skhr Ncttlo Merrill for Lahaina
SWir Ivmilkcaoull for Koholalelo
Ulj.lii Tjti.inn frti lwnlnll
'lhv "oXnnn for TTllfl
i'Schr Waloli for Maliko
k Banea for PoiUand, Or
VESSELS IN PORT;
Ilk llanca, Barvcrro
Jik Dacca, Pciry w
Bgtne Consuclo, Cousins
(Bk Helper, Itydcr
From Kauai per stmi-Phmlcv, Feb 1
SI Uses MoISrydo, Master Melh-ydc, S
Naonn, JKnlii, W II Lowell, 1 Ohiua
luau and -11 deck.
The W G Hall sails this evening at 4
Slmr Planter brought 4,140 bags of
sugar, 82 bags of pia, J4 bags of rlco, 24
hhJcs, 22 goat skins, S,heau of cattle, 12
calves and 1 horse.
Sehr Mana brought 1,272 bags of
Sehr Waloli brought C71 bags of
The Coiieuelo will sail for Sail Fran
cisco on Wednesday next.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
" Who is Jumbo?
Skating rink will bo open to-night.
r. are glad to see Mr. John
Kusscll out again.
Kino Lunalilo has been dead ten
' years to-morrow.
Tim Planters' Monthly f oi-Fobvu-
$3tf ' ary is out promptly on time.
, , Tiieiiu will be a band concert at
13 jT'Emma Square this evening.
A I.AKQE party of ladies and gen-
tf$ tlemen were out enjoying a moonlight
nil in 4n lio-r Qnf nrln ir nirmimfr
V 04AIL lli tlil WJ UVlUtJ jfWJJj
The Honolulu Temperance League
...;n 1..1.1 :.. 4- rr on 11-1
T Sfc Mill liUtVt b !UUl.ltJ .w ..w w .v.k
'&' - l,Us evening at the Y. M. C. A. Hall.
Tm; S. S. Mariposa will beulue
next Monday morning from San
Francisco with dates to the 2nd inst.
Some of the Chinese residents on
Nuuanu Street ought to be compell
ed to repair their disgracoful side
walks. "We regret to learn that the.Rev.
, Dr. Damon lies m a precarious con
dition at his residence, Chaplain
- .Mit Thomas, the contractor for
the new laboratory at Punahou, has
iluished the excavating for the
" foundations, and is now putting
it To-bay is the feast of tho Purifi-
cation or tho presentation of Christ",
in tho Temple. Special services were
held m St. Andrews Cathedral this
rTiik regular meeting of Hawaiian
Lodge No. 21 : F. and A. M., will bo
ihcld this evening at 7.00, o'clock.
Lvulor tho regular business, uio ou
ulegreo will bo conferred.
f- .i ,
$The case of Frank Metcalf , charged
3r'jvith perjury in the second degree,
'.iniiimln.l nnnnlil Aiinliln rt tliA nlfntl.
IJWUUJJItU UUIOIUV-IAIJIU Ul WU utiwu-
"ition -ofthe1 Tolicc Court to-day.
Messrs. .Smith & Thurston prosecuted
and Mr. Thompson defended Uin pii
sonor. Thocvidoncc was vary longlhy.
As wu go (o press Mr. Thomson is
spinning law on bchnlf of Mclcalfc.
i -I. .M.
Tituitsiuv evening Uicru will ben
special meeting of Honolulu lioynl
Arch Chapter 2o. 1 , at 7 :00 o'clock.
Visiting bicllncn nrc respectfully
invited to attend.
Tiir.ur. was nn unusually largo
ntlcndaiicc nt the meeting of Hie
llnwaiiun Mission Children's Societ
Saturday evening, nt the residence
of Dr. Hyde. Prof. "Waylnntl was
present and made brief remarks.
The Kev. Arthur H. Smith, of
Tientsin, North China, gave a very
interesting lecture last evening at
tho Fort Street Church on his adven
tures in China. Tho audience was a
Ox Wednesday evening at Fort
Street Church, will occur the Month
ly Conceit of Prayer. The subject
will bo China, and addresses will be
made by Rev. Arthur Smith, F. W.
Damon and others.
A it.ei into the Post;olllco on
Saturday morning during tho busy
time of receiving and dispatching of
the large mails, cloarly showed us
that the intended alterations will bo
a great boon to the employees.
Ttfn. Z. K. Meyers, agent of the
Harden hand grenade, leaves by the
W.' G. Hall this evening, for Kahu
lui and Wailului, Maui. While thcro
he will give exhibitions of the won
derful hand grenade.
The Advertiser states this morn
ing that, "The departure of the Ala
meda last Saturday was a bonanza
to the 'local' man of the Bulletin."
Not any moro so than the daily
columns of the Bulletin arc for the
local man of the Advertiser.
The following have been elected
officers of the Kohala Sugar Com
pany 'for tho ensuing year: Presi
dent, S. C. Allen ; Vice-President,
Hon. J. Mott Smith ; Treasurer, S.
N. Castle ; Secretary, J. B. Ather
ton : Auditor, C. M. Cooke.
The annual meeting of the Hono
lulu Athletic Association'will be held
in the Gymnasium this evening at 8
o'clock. The Directors of the Asso
ciation are requested to meet half-an-hour
previous for the considera
tion of impoitant business.
The -residents of Liliha street were
disturbed in tho small hours of Sun
day night by the inmates of a noto
rious house which stands on the site
of the old match factory. It is to
bo hoped the police will rid the
community of a two years' standing
By order of the administration of
the estate of the late Henry May,
Mr. E. P.' Adams will sell on tho
premises, Bcretania street, on Wed
nesday at 10 o'clock, the entire
household furniture, which will be
on view for inspection at the house
to-morrow, from 9 a. m. until 4 r. m.
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The charred lumber full of nails,
outside of tho recently burned Elite
Ice Cream parlors, ought to be re
moved at once and tho road cleaned.
A gentleman was driving past thcro
on Saturday, and his horse, a fine
animal, got n large nail into its foot,
and it is quite lame.. This is the
second accident of a similar nature
at the same place since the fire.
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In tho Police Court ibis morning
Kani was fined 85 for affray, and
Poina forfeited S10 bail for tho sarno
offence. A. Sanderson and II. Lull
ing, for disturbing the quiet of the
night, forfeited bail of $10 each.
Four drunks deposited $0 each;
Mcgregor and Kiln. Ahoi ('.),
charged with adultery, the former
was lined S30 and tho latter 815,
with costs. 'Several other cases
Yesteiiday morning a Chinese ex
press wagon might have been seen
going up Nuuanu Valley decorated
all over with red streamers. Two
PQrsons were inside, but they were
hardly visible owing to the sides and
back of the waggon being down. It
appears that there was a Chincso
wedding Saturday evening, and the
bride and groom were just departing
for Koolau, where they will reside.
Tho groom was evidently very
jealous of his bride, as be took extra
palim not to lot nnyono Imvo n peep
nt tho blushing damsel.
Jiiu Row (ico. Wallace preached
two excellent sermons at St. Andrews
Cathedral yesterday. That in tho
morning had special reference to
reverence in and outsido church.
Ho urged tho members of his con
gregation not to stand in groups
outside of the church before service
talking but proceed to their scats.
Also, in church should tho strictest
attention be paid to the service ;
children should bo taught to sit still
and not play with books, turning
leaves, thus distracting the attention
of the clergyman. Ladies should be
modest in their attire when in attend
ance at church, and there should bo
no turning round and looking nt who
was coming in and going out.
FUNERAL OF MRS. SMITH.
The body of tho lamented mis
sionary, Sirs. Dr. Lowell Smith, was
yesterday afternoon committed to
the grnvc, amidst general expressions
of the' community's sorrow. At
half-past.thrco, the hour appointed,
a largo concourse of people, both
white and nativo, were assembled in
Kaumakapili Church basement, the
main portion of the edifice being as
yet uncompleted. This place was
appropriate, as being the first church
over which Dr. Smith was pastor,
above thirty years ago. The collln
was carried in by the pall .bearers,
preceded by the Kcvs. J. Waiamau,
pastor of the church, A. O. Forbes,
J. A. Cruzan and E. C. Oggcl. Mr.
Cruzan gave out the hymn, " Friend
after friend departs," which was
sung by an English choir. Dr.
Hyde read a passage of Scripture in
English, and Mr. Waiamau ono in
Hawaiian and gave out a hymn for
the Hawaiian choir. Mr. Forbes
preached in Hawaiian and Mr. Oggcl
in English, enlarging upon the hopes
of the Christian in death, and eu
logizing.thc active life of the de
parted in tho service of her Master.
At tho closo of tho services the
audience filed past tho bier to take
n last look at tho , features from
which even deatli had not erased the
kindly expression so familiar to all
who knew them in life. The coffin
was a plain but handsome article of
polished nativo wood; and tho lid
'bore a silver shield tastefully in
scribed and was laden with floral
tokens, including a pillow with the
word "rest" on it made by Mrs.
Atherton. Thcro was a sheaf of
ripe wheat on the pulpit, and tho
two pillars next the platform were
draped in mourning. ' Owing to the
lateness of the hour, the cortege
from the church was composed ex
clusively of carriages. Arriving at
the cemetery, where a large number
of friends were in attendance, the
body was taken from the hearse and
carefully lowered to its final resting
place. The Rev. Mr. Oggcl read
the committal service, after which
the choir sang most feelingly two
verses of the hymn, " What must it
be( to be there?" from the Gospel
hymns. Mr. Oggcl then offered up
a beautiful and impressive prayer,
closing with the benediction. A
last look in the grave was taken by
the bereaved husband and family,
who each deposited beautiful flowers,
and a few moments afterward the
grave was filled in.
The first smelting works in Aus
tralia have commenced operations in
the newly disoovcrcd silver region of
Mitchell's creek, near Bathurst. The
scene of operations is called Sunny
Corner, and the district is believed
to be as rich in argentiferous oro as
is that of the Barrier ranges. Other
smelting works have been begun,
and the whole is under the direction
of miners who have had considerable
experience in America.
"Thee will often bo called upon to
note the fact that tho straightest chim
ney does not always draw- the most
"Vcrilj7 tho hungry man wastes
little tiino in commenting upon thu
blyle of tho tUshes.
"Verily, tho world is full of peo'
pic who bpond their lives in swap
ping jackknives, and then die without
knowing who got tho bc&t of the
"Thco will meet many men in
life who waste fivo dollars' worth of
time in treeing a 10-ccnt coon.
"Never trado horses with a man
who stops over night with theo on
his way to a cainp-mcotiiig."
A watch and chain found ycslcr
day can bo had by the owner, on I
proving property and paying Tor
this notice, by applying at this olllcc.
G. J. fcflcGARTNY,
OF Tin: ASTOIl HOLTS!'
7fl Hotel Street.
lla just iccclved, per Alameda, llio fol
lowing choice brands of
American Cigars !
Ueauty'fl Power, Henry Clay,
Sampler, Stud, Oinnc, wctern Uelle
La Delia California Las Nitifus,
Full Moon. Snow Drop,
t3? TIiceo Cigars mo mnuufiicturcd
from the choicest of American and Ha
Conic tvnd ivy iliem I
JOHN A. PALMEK will dlsliimito
Also, assit lu general olllcc work.
Office lu Campbell's Block, Room 7, up.
BEGS to infoim his numerous custo
mers and the public that lie is
READY AGAIN FOR BUSINESS
In the htotc
(Wiicil Ur.vnd), anl
Burke's Genuine Schiedam !
FOlt SALE EY
H. Ha'okfeld & Co.
rpiIE partnership heretofore existing
JL between SIMPSON & WALLACE
doing business in Honolulu, as plumb
ers, gas.litloM, and tinsmiths, i3 this day
dissolved ny mutual consent.
issolvcil by mutual consent.
c;i,i (DAVID SIMPSON,
iaigncu, j WALLACE POKTK'
Honolulu, Jan. 27, 1881.
OR GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
to MHS. 'J'UKNEK, 72 Alakeu
street 000 ly li
Kwcllinc; JIonwo to JLct.
Tho premises now occupied
by Judge McCullv, on Berc
taubi street, in ivuloakahua.
will Iju rented afler thu 1st of February,
1895, at reasonable latus. The house Is
commodious, and tho outhouses con
venient. Tho gioumU arc well planted
with tree-, and shrubs. Eiiqubcof
003 tf 8. 15. DOLE.
At Palatini, near Reformatory
School, a new and commodious
eottacc. Suitable for n family.
Has never been occupied. Easy tonus
to a good tenant.
Good stabling, beiv.mts' rooms, nml a
On tho premises, or J. E. Wiseman, 27
Merchant st. Honolulu. 888
. A Four.Roouml COTTAGE,
i'3j with took house, and every
?iW3 convenience, to let; and Fur.
Iilturo-for till a. Apply, on the premises
at No. 187 Nuuanu Street. 910 tf
ItOOMB Ti JLKT,
SEVERAL NEATLY FUIINISHED
Rooms to lent, for gentleman and
wife, or gentlemen, on the S. W. corner
of Merchant ami Alakca streets. Apply
on tho premises, li'S'i lw
Honolulu Athletic Association.
rrUIE ANNUAL MEETING of tho
X above named Association will bo
held lu tho Gymnasium, Fort Sticet.'on
Monday, February 2nd, at 8 p. in.
Tho l)irectorH of tho Association oro
requested to hicel at Ihu Gymnasium at
7:!i0p. in., for the consideration of im
portant business. By order,
J. S. WEBB,
933 St Secretary.
LOVE'S NEW BAKERY !
M11S. LOVE dcslMM ti. liillmntolo
her numerous old ciitoincM mid
thu public generally, that hor bakery,
Wowf.ro.vecl 1.y XHre,
Has been restored In liutid'omc. nub
ftlanllal and cimu'nient form. She Is
thcipforc prepared to supply the larrcl
Plain and Fancy Bread
of tho 1mI quality, and manufactured
by thu most appioved methods.
F.verjtliing in tho lino of n flrst-clasd
bakery will ho carried on with, greater
facility than bofoio tho tiro.
Tho Lunch & Coffee Room
Is also restored in more elegant stjlo
than ever, and at rates that cannot bo
underbid by any restaurant.
Drick Building, 73 Nuuanu Street.
Honolulu, Dec. 12, 1SSI. 802
WEMER & CO.
o i-oitT sti5i:i:t.
Have on blind INcw Foreign and Homo
Watohcs, Bracelets, Necklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clocks,
And Ornamunts of all lands.
Silver and Gold Plato.
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Sets
Suitable for Presentation.
KiiRrnvIiij; nml Xntlvc Jew try
ltepalriug in nil its branches.
tap" Solo Agents for King's Eyo Preservers.
G. II. ROBERTSON,
Drayman best teams
In town. Office, Queen si. 16
Smoters. Attention !
The following biands of Uigais:
-All new- and highly recommended.
II. J. KIiTI,
02G 2w- BEAVEH SALOON.
Coi'iicr'ol 1'ort nml Hotel Htft.
J. F. BROWN,
Special attention given to Surveying
in Honolulu nml vicinity.
Records searched, and plans showing
titlci eirefully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Block, Fort St.
Families and othciH in want of Good,
Frosli, Clean, .
Machine Rflade Poi,
Can obtain tho sarno in quantities to
Milt by lo.ivlng orders and ton.
IT. H. OAT,
At Pacific Nmigation Co.'s Building,
801 Queen bticet. tf
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over BUhop & Co.'
Bank, and will be happy to attend
to tiny buidnchs uitrustud to his oarc.
The well-known Maro
"DOLLY," sired by
Stanford Colt, with a
yearling colt by Water
ford Also. I! Peafowl
a cocks and 2 hens; thu latter will lay
this season. Apply to
9ea 2w GEO, H. LUCE.
i .mmr m.
Honolulu, .Inn. 11, 188.'!.
C. O. 11KHOKH, Kscj.,
Agent Mncnialu & Urban Safes.
It, is with great pi ensure that
1 add my testimony to the Fire-Proof
qunlltlcs of your S-ife.
I had a email singlo dnor Mncncnlo &
Uib.in Safe lu last night's terrible fhc,
iiiul, on opening the snnio this morning,
found Its contents consisting of books,
papers, mill money to the amount of
$10IO-1N PEIIPECT CONDITION.
I am hi well uullstlcd with the result
that I w-nnl nnoilr.No. 3 Hafo at once!5?
GEO. 3d. ItAUPP,
020 Ucrmania Market.
a. i). micmii.
w. c. teacock
ATTEN TIOH !
Freeth & Peacock,
1211 Snunnu Sttrt'c.
HONOLULU, 11. 1.
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFER FOR SALE
At the BiOVfcst 3S:u-kct Hat cm i
Geo Goulct Champagne, pints A. quarts. it
ChnsFairo " " ' "
Carlton Froro " " "
Fine Old California Brandy, in bulk,
Pure Virginia While Bye AYhiskoy,
Budweiscr Lager Beer, pints and quarts '
A largo and wall selected stock of
-S.C., &c., A-e.,
Always on hand and for sale nt prices
tlutl clefy competition. Country orders
solicited. All goods guaianleed.
Telephone -10. P. O. Box 300.
TM1E Undcisigncd Proprietor of thu
PIONEER IRAK CANDY FACTORY
desires to inform his patrons and Uio pub
lie generally that notwithstanding thu
recent DISASTROUS FIRE, has erected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a much more Extensive Scale which
is now in Full Oit.uation, and which
will ho lu complete working Older by an
Early Arrival of new Machinery and
Tools; and is now again prepaied ;to
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
andgwtll always, have on hand his deli,
cious Fresh ibtde
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CREAMS,
RICH NUQ AT IN BARS,
SUGAR ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of great variety okt
Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit
Of oil dcsciiptions. All those llomu
Made Fresh and Puro Confections, 1 sell
at GO cents PER POUND.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of the Finest Flavor, in all sizes always
mi hand ami ornamented in the
most artistic style.
always fresh, as also
Home Made Mince Meat
for sale at GO cents per pound.
Will rcccivo per Consuelo the balance
of my new- machinery of the newest do.
signs for manufacturing all descriptions
of plain Candies; thanking the public
for previous Jibcial p-itromigc ami so
liciting a continuance of same.
Piactlcal Confectioner and Pastry Cook.
tiir. old Bi'AND. 71 Hotel street
P. O. Box No. 7!5; Telephone No. 74
LAfiNE & CO.
Have a Lai go Stock of tho
VEHY BEST HAY i
Which is offered at Lowest Market Prices
Dolivered Free to any part of tho City
Pacific Mutual Lifo Insurance Co.
Agents for tho Hoover Telephone.
Telephone No. 147.
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