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"WKUNICSDAV, I'KU. I, 188fi.
SUtl, MOON AND SEA.
All tlnio fi oin noon of tn-dny, Fob. I.
Sun Sol' r--
Sun Hles 18 Sill.
jloon Rles 11 2.
High Tide (lame) 00.
High Tide (email) 21 00.
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Wind, X. light; Sky, line; Hen, smooth.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
FOU BAN VUAXC1&C0.
Mnripotn Leaves Honolulu, Feb. 14
Alunieila. . . . Leaves Honolulu. Feb. HI
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
tOl AUCKLAND AND SY1IXKV:
Stm r Australia Fob. 21
VOU SAN VUANCISCO.
Slmr Zc.ihuidln Feb. 1 5
Sehv Luka from Kohala
Sclir Knmol from Laupalioelioc
SclirMnlolo fiom Ilonmuu
B"tno Consuelo for San Francisco
Schr Nettle Jlcrrill for Lahalna
Sebr Jlanuokawal for Koolau
Schr Alalia for llllo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stinr.Tas Malice for Walnhia As ICaual
Sebr Jennie Walker for Faiiniug's Is
Subr Wahnalu for llonomu
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Dacca, Pony x
Bk Ilespor, Itydcr
Fr gun-boat Kcrgueleu, Founder
For Kauai per Planter, Feb 3 His
Honor Justice Ii McCully, Hon S B
Dole, Hon W. O Smith, wife and two
chlldien,W A Whiting, W L Holoka
bikl, Sam M Obcd, Miscs Dole (2),
l.ini and 125 deck.
For San Francico per Consuelo, Feb
4 A T Baker and wife, Mrs G Strate
liicyer and 2 ehlldrcn, Mrs A S Heist, II
Schr Kamoi brought 3,000 bags of
sugar from Laupalioelioc, and the Ma
lolo l,S0O from llonomu.
The Consuelo sailed this day for San
Francisco with 5,47!) bags of sugar and
1,881 bags of rice. Value, $41,223.94.
Stuir Jas Makcc ails to-morrow at 0
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun skating rink will be open to
night for juveniles.
Ouu Chinese residents arc already
preparing for the celebration of their
IIlkk it is the 4 th day of Feb
ruary, and no statement of tho
census is icady.
Tun wreck of the schooner Marion
was sold at auction ycstciday by
Mr. Adams for $50.
Kr.oui.Ait monthly concert at the
Bethel Union Church this evening at
7.30. Subject, "China."
The Honolulu Rifles did not drill
last evening, but held llreir lcgular
meeting. One new member "was
The aunual election of olllcers of
Engine Co. No. 2, for the ensuing
term, will be held tliiar evening at
7..'i0 o'clock at their hall.
Mil. J. II. Hoist, book-keeper for
Mr. Thos. G. Thrum, has been
appointed to a clerkship in the In
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Tins ovening, at Fort Street
ClSurcu, the monthly concert of
prayer will bo held. The subject
will be " Home Missions."
Funds are being raised for the
completion of the second tower to
tho Kaumakapili church. .Already
about 81,000 has been collected.
Mn. J. E. Wiseman, the t well
known business agent, has the letting
of the olllccs and rooms over W.
G. Irwin and Co.'s ncy building.
Tun condition of ltcv. Dr. Dninon
is still about the same. No signs
of improvement. 'lie slept compar
atively well through the night.
Tin: lcgular meeting of the trus
tees of thc-.IIonolulu Library and
Beading Boom Association will bo
held at theLibiaryllnll on Tluirsday
evening at 7.510 o'clock.
A nativi: named Moku wa6 fined
$50 this morning for malicious in
jury, by Btopping water on- land 'at
Kalihi owned by Mrs. Emma Beck
.... . . ...
"HoWlo Make n Match," and
"The Next Congress," on fourth
Tiir.itr. was no meeting of the
Stock and Bond Kxcltangc this morning-
Mr.ssits. Fieclh and Peacock have
some of Hint excellent Key brand of
gin for sale in quantities to suit.
1 . .
Dit. S. Ernest Craddoek's olllcc
is at 101 Fort street, opposite Ben
son, Smith & Co.'s store.
S. B. STOrtnAUD, of Wnlheo, Maui,
has been declared bankrupt on his
own petition. Proof of claims will
bo heard Thursday, February 19th.
Tiiehk was a crusty old croaker,
Who hated the sight of a joker ;
But n funny news item
. Did with laughter excite him,
Till he got black in face as a stoker.
.Mkssks. Lyons & Levey will hold
their regular cash sale to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock. Amongst
other things they will sell Madeira
willow ware furniture and two lino
Mn. D. 1). Baldwin, inspector
general of schools, is at present visit
ing tho different schools in Honolu
lu. Yesterday and this morning he
has been inspecting the Fort Street
Tun biigantinc Consuelo left for
San Francisco this afternoon. Capt.
Cousins sa3's, he will try and beat
his last trip of ten days. A. T.
Baker, the horse doctor, was a pas
senger by her.
Tun premises lately occupied by
the Survey Department in the Gov-
vernment building, will be used as a
Government law library. A large
vault is also to bo built for Court
His Majesty the King has been
pleased to grant letters patent of
'denization to Dr. James Brodie,
Veterinary Surgeon, and Dr. Bo-
lando Kuclut, Government physician
at Lahaina, Maui.
With regard to tho race between
the schooners Emma and the Nettie
Merrill, Capt. Brownell, of tho latter
vessel, states that she was very deep
ly laden with sugar, while the Emma
scarcely had anything in her.
Tun question has been asked,
" Why nre tlieic not more lad' re
porters?" Well, we suppose it's
because they would toll all they
knew before the paper came out, and
then no one would want to read ti.
On Friday last wc had an account
of a little episode which took place
in the Police Court, in which the
name of Mrs. Hoc was mentioned.
It should have been Mrs. Elscn. Wo
were wrongfully informed at the
Yksteiiday afternoon about b
o'clock, two natives were riding on
horseback up Nuuanu Valley, in a
badly intoxicated condition. Oue
of them fell from bis horse two or
three times. They managed to reach
home without accident.
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Bv an oversight our report of the
Kcrguclens arrival read as if Yoko
hama wero somewhere else than in
Japau. Of course such a good
pliance could not be lost by our
morning contemporary, but it knows
better than to say our shipping re
porter is an " ex-tcachcr of geogra
phy." In the Police Comt this morning
J. W. Lulling was charged with
libel by inserting n. letter in yester
day's Advertiser. Messrs. Smith
& Thurston appeared for the prose
cution, and Mr. John Russell for
the defence. By request of defend
ant's counsel the caso was remanded
Last evening, His Majesty the
King sent the Royal Hawaiian Band
to screnado Prof. Wayland at the
residence of Hon. S. G. Wilder,
Judd street. An excellent pro
gramme was given by Bandmaster
Bergcr, including many native airs.
A large number of people were out
side Mr. Wilder's beautiful residence
listening to the charming music.
A meutino o the jury appointed
to assess damages to property by
tho proposed widening of Fort and
Tim Court lull yoslurdity by tho
btcnniui' Planter for Ktumi.
Hold alveole, will lit! hold lit Uic
ofllco Of Godfrey Hltodcs, oil Kna
hummiu sli eel, on Friday next nt 1
o'clock, i'. m., when thoso .interested
are requested to present their claims.
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Tin: sale of tho household furni
ture of the late Henry May this
morning by Mr. Adams was largely
attended, tho fair sex tinning out in
good numbers. The sale realized
the splendid sum of 52,382. ,
Tun Hawaiian Carriage Manu
facturing Co. have just been over
hauling and repainting Pacific Hose
Co.'s wagon., Tho reel is painted a
deep carmine, ornamented with gold
and red. The running cart is a
lighter shade of carmine,' striped
with gold, with an edge of deep
chrome green. The lettering is in
gold with four shades of green. It
is a magnificent piece of work, and
reflects great credit on the Com
pany's painter, Mr. George Young.
Tiir.nu was a large crowd in at
tendance at the Police Court this
morning. Three drunks had to pay
SG, aiuLnnothcr, a ftaolc, was sent
over the reef for seven days. Ka
iliili, for assault and battery on
Long Tang, was scnt'to prison for
six days, and pay costs. Mauli
Michel, for violating express rules
by charging excessive fare, was
fined 83 with o.7o costs. II. Lim
ing, charged with being a common
nuisance by keeping a house of pros
titution, and maintaining a noisy
house, was remanded until the fjth.
Jacob Kamika and Win. Moore, for
having opium in possession, were re
manded until tho Gth.
Last evening, Mr. John Lucas, son
of our respected citizen, Mr. George
Lucas, was united in marriage to
Miss Eliza Foster, of Kamalo, Molo
kai. The ceremony was performed
by the Bight Rev. the Bishop of
Olba, at the residence of the bride
groom's parents, Kukui Place. The
parlors were most richly decorated
with flowers and evergreens, and the
happy couple stood underneath a
handsome floral marriage bell. After
the ceremony a reception was held,
at which a large nunibcr of invited
guest3 tendered their congratulations.
The presents were most numerous
and costly, and iuclttdcd a beautiful
set of silver knives, folks and spoons
from the employees of the Honolulu
Planing Mills. An elegant supper
was served, followed by dancing,
which was kept up until 1 o'clock.
Long life and happiness to the
DUE 13. V. KIILERS & CO. must
be paul Ijofoic February Ht, or
they will bu placed in tile bands of
a collector, and paymont enforced.
For the Assignees of 5. F. Elders
II. i. SCHMIDT.
Honolulu, Jauui'iy llilli, 1.tis5.
Bread for Fummn.
T KSLDEX'jy OP PUNAIIOU, iihac
Xii UiKii notice Hint
Love's Bread Wagon
now delivers bread in that locality.
Orders for regular service taken by
the driver, and ai
031 2w Nuuanu fdicct.
'' I lit Vl.hi.ii i.i.m7i i iiii .
TTAVINU ENLARGED THESE
Central & Commodious Stables
we are prepared to furnUh llit-clabs
tuinouU with genllo hoiv-cs, with oi
without drivers, A line wagoncttu In
connection. 4 ,
JlacliH at all Jlour.s. .
day uutl night. Horses taken to board
by day, weuk, or mouth, on icasouifulu
terms. Saddlo hornes to let.
IIoi-hch J iimurlit Sold,
A Baggage Wagon delivora to all
parts of the city. Furniture moving
S StfgS1"'1 h'rop'H
E. It. MILho. I
02U iliu 52rTclcplioue No. 32.
l&--8wfc vEsKSfj Jw It t
YittfiMtbAr afternoon, while Urn
steamer Planter was towing the
Biitisli balk Bauca out to sea, the )
lino parted when near tho lighthouse,
but the vessel was fortunately saved
from going on the reef.
Tin: uolico of tho Supuiintcndcnt
of the Water Works icocntly issued
states thai irrigation will be limited
to four hours per day, from C to 8
a. m. and from -1 to G r. m. Some
people arc not obeying this notice
and wc should adviso them to do so,
or they will lose their water.
Ax adjourned meeting of the Star
Mill Co. was held this morning at
the ofllco of Messrs. W. G. Irwin &
Co., when the following gentlemen
were elected olllcers for the ensuing
year: President, W. H. Castlo;
Vice-President, J. B. Athcrlon ; Sec
retary and Treasurer, W. G. Irwin ;
Auditor, John It. Paty.
It will bo remembered that at the
last meeting of the Privy Council, a
charter was granted, among others,
to the Union Feed Company. The
stockholders have bad a meeting,
accepted Hie Charter of Incori)ra
tion and elected the following olll
cers: President, II. K. Macfar
lanc; Vicc-Prcsidont, Bruce Cait
wright; Treasurer, F. W. Macfar
laue; .Secretary, W. S. Hanks;
Auditor, Bruce Cartwright; Diiee
tors, A. J. Cartwright, John II.
.Paty and Geo. W. Maefarlanc.
OF THE ASTOK 110 USH
7G Hotel Street.
Uti just icceivcd, per Alameda, the fol.
lowing ehoiee brands of
American Cigars !
Hcauty's Uower, Ileniv Clny,
Sampler, Stud. Ciane, Western Ulcllc
.a Hello California Las Ninfus,
Full Moon. Snow Drop,
C2T These Cigars mo manufactured
from the choicest of American and Ha
Come unci ivy tlieiti :
Also, avsist in general olllco work.
Oniee in Campbell's Block, Boom 7, up-
BEGS to inforn his iiiimnioiisjciisto.
mcrs and tliepulilic. that ho is
READY AGAIN FOR -BUSINESS
In the slorc
ri"MIE partnership hoictoforo onlsllmr
X between SIMI'SON it WALLACE
doing business in Honolulu, ns plumb
cis, gas.lltters, and linsmltlis, it. this day
dissolved by mutual consent.
Signed $nV" SI.Ml'hOX,
ftthiicu, ( Jf WALLACE 1'OIITKUS.
Honolulu, .ran, 87, 1881. U2U
TO LET.' '"
At F.ilania, near HOfoimatoiy
ISulinol,a new and eommndious
Icottiige, Suitalile for a fainilv.
Has never been occupied. Easy terms
to a good tenant.
Cooil stabling, servants' looms, and u
On the prcmbuii, or .1. F. "Wisuhan, 27
Mcichautbt. Honolulu. 888
vu A Four,Hoomcd COT'i'AGE,
iCjffiffl with cook house, nild oveiy
Rgffltylga eouNcnienec, to let; and Fur.
nituru lor sale. Apply on the prcniiscs
at Xo. 187 Nuuiuiu Stieet. Ulu tf
llOOIS TO lillT,
SEVEKAL NEATLY FUBNJSUEI)
Booms to lent, for gentleman and
wlfn, or gentlemen, on tliu H. W. i orncr
of Meichant and Alukeu streets. Apply'
on tho premises. . 1U3 lw
-. -r mt -w
LOVE'S NEW BAKERY !
MBS. r.OVE dcihci to Inttmntu to
her numerous old customer and
tliu public generally, that her bakery,
JDowtt'oyoil ly lli-e,
Has' been restored In haniUoinc. sub
stnutinl and convenient form, She i
llieieforc prrpircd to supply the largest
Plain and Fancy Dread
of the best (uinllly, and manufactured
by the mot appidvcd methods.
Everything in the lino of a llrsl.clnss
bakery will lie carried on with greater
facility than before the lire.
The Lunch & Coffee Room
Is also lestorcd in more decant stlo
than ever, and at rates that cannot be
underbid by any restaurant.
Brick Building, 73 Nuuanu Street.
Honolulu, Dee. 18,1831. 8!)2
WEMER & CO.
t)!i ruirr sTitr.r.T,
Have on hand Xew Foielgn and Homo
Watches, Bracolols, Necklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clocks,
And Ornaments of all kinds.
Silver and Gold Plate.
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Sets
Suitable for Presentation.
Kiiirrnvhii; nml ntiu .low try
Hcpalring in all its branches.
i3" Solo Agcnls lor King's Eyo Preservers.
G. II. KOBERTSON,
Drajmau best teams
Ojjlcc, Queen st. 15
Site, Mention !
The following brands of Cigars:
All new and highly recommended.
IS. .T. xoirK,
i j i,
(Wheel Biand), and
Burke's Genuine Schiedam !
Llt SALE BV
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Coi'iici-Col I'ort mill Hotel HIh.
J. F. BSOWN,
Special nitention given to Surreying
in Honolulu and vicinity.
Records trarched, ami plans showing
titles cnroliilly jircpared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
CninplHU'b Block, Fori St.
POS ! POI !
Families nnd others in want of Good,
. Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain the sumo in quantities .to
suit by leaving oiders ami con
JLT. J J. OA.a
At Pnclllo Nalgrtlion Co.'s Building,
bOl Queen street. If
MR. W..C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE ofer Bishop & Co
Bank, and will he happy to attui
to any business entrusted to liib care,
' Klia llni
Hituilo k Urban Safes !
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 1685.
0. O. BEHGElt, Esq., v
Agent Macncalo it Urbnn Safes.
It Is with groat pleasuro that
1 'add my testimony to tho Fire-Proof
qimlitiui of your Safe?.
I had a small single deor Macnoalc &
UibanSnfe In Inst night's terrible the,
and, on opening the same this morning
found Its content consisting of hooks,
papers nnd money to tliu amount of
01OI0-IN PERFECT CONDITION. '
1 nra to well satMlled with the result
that 1 wnnt nnollicr No. 3 Safe at once.
GEO. M. BAUl'l',
020 Gcrmania Market.
o. r. riiKUTii.
-. c. rrAcocic
Freeth & Peacock,
iili IVuiiaiiu .Street.
HONOLULU, U. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFER FOR SALE
At ilie lowest Market ICatus
Geo Goulct Champagne, pints fi quarts.
ChasFairo " " "
Carlton Frcro " " "
Fine Old California llimuly, in hulk,
Pure Virginia White Ryo "Whiskey,
Budwciscr Lager Beer, pints and quarts
A large nnd well selectul stock of
&c., ite., A-c,
Always on hand and for taleatpiiecs
that defy competition. Country orders
holicitcd. All goods guaranteed.
P. O. Box SGO.
rTHE Undersigned Proprietor of tliu
FUR STEAM CAM FACTORY
desires to inform his pations and the pub
lie "generally that notwithstanding ilia
recent DISASTROUS FIRE, has erected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
Ou a much more Extensive Scale which
is now in Full Oit.kaiiok, and which
will be in complete working order by an
Early Arrival ot new Machinery and
Tools; and is nov again prepared to
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
and will always have on hand his deli
clous Fresh Jlade
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CKEA1IS,
RICH NUGAT IN BARS,
SUQAR ROA8TKD ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of great variety oft
Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit
.Of all ilesciiptloiifi. All those Homo
Made Fresh and Pure Confections., I tell
at 50 cents PER POUND.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of Hie Finiht Flavor, in all sics always
on iiumi nun ornameniLd tit me
most artistic ttyle.
IHI3V03E! lIJES !
always fresh, as ulto
Home Made Mince Meat
for sale at 00 cents per pound.
Will receive per Consuelo the halaiico
of my now iiiaclilneiy of t lie newest de.
bigiiR formaiiiifiicturing all di'M'.iiptioiis
of plain Candles; thanking tliu public
for previous liberal patronage and ho
licltiug a continuance of tame.
Practical Confectioner iind Pastry Conk.
'ill K old btaku. 71 Hotel btrcct
P. O. Hov No. 75;. . . .Telephone No. 71
LAINE & CO.
Hnvo a L-irgo Stock of the
VERY BEST HAY.
Which is offered nt Lowest Jlarkct 1'rlcca
Dolivorod Freo to any part of tho City
AGENTS FOS THE
UU111U lUUlUlll XlllO UlSIUtUICO ua ,"3
Agents for tho Hoover Telephone. -
CommissionerofDoeds for California
Telephone No. 147. 700
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