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"" THUHSDAY, FKH. B, 1885.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
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OCEANIC S. S. CO.
VOH BAN VltANCtBCO.
..l.naves Honolulu. Feb. 14
.Leaves Honolulu, Fob. 31
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
Fon augkiand Asn syiwky:
StmrAutialln Fob. 21
rou san niANctsco.
Stmr Zealmulla Feb.lfi
Feb n , , ,
Stmr Mokolll fioin Wlndwnid Porta
Schr Ehukal Horn Waialua
Sinn- Mokolll for Windwaid Ports
Slmr.las Makco for Waialua A; Kauai
Schr Jennie "Walker for Fannlng'.s Is
Sebr Wnlmnlu Mr Honomu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Selir Malolo for Kawnllahllahi
Schr Kamol for Laupahoehoc
Schr Ehukai for Waialua
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Dacca, Pony
Bk llespor, Itydcr
Fr gun-boat Kergucleu, Fomuicr
Schr Luka brought 2,000 bags of
sugar. She will load for Kukalau and
Stmr Mokolll brought -178 bags of
suiiar, 15 bbls of molasses, 30 green
hides, 32 sheep, 7 head of cattle, 25 pigs,
2 horses and -1 bags of potatoes. She
sails this evening at 5-o'clock.
The baik llespcr will load for San
Francisco. She will probably sail next
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun skating rink will be open to
night. m -
" Slang in Boston," etc., will bo
found on our last page. ,
Mystic Lodge No. 2, Knights of
Pythias, meets this evening at 7:30
Tiiukb was considerable civil busi
ndss in the Police Court this morn
ing. The Missionary steamer Morning
Star is ninety-two days out to-day,
The Geometry and Algebra class
meets at the Y. M. C. A. Hall this
evening at 7 o'clock.
II. K. II. Princess Liliuokalani
holds her usual monthly reception at
Washington Place, this afternoon.
A MEKTisn of the Trustees of the
Honolulu Library Association will
bo held this evening at 7.30 o'clock.
- - -
Tiieki: is some probability of a
lectin c from Prof. "Wayland before
he leaves "these islands. This is
indeed good news.
Justice Austin presided in the
Intel mediary Court this morning.
Several unimportant case's were
. . i .
Mil. John A. Palmer has moved
into his new olliccs, formerly occu
pied by Max Ecknrt, on Fort street,
and is ready for anything in his lino.
The largo quantity of bricks out
side the now Police Station have
been neatly piled up so as not to
obstruct the road. When will work
A si'kciai. meeting of Honolulu
lloyal Arch Chapter No. 1 , will be
held this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Visiting brethren arc invited to" at
tend. M. M. Degree.
At .St. Andrews Cathedral Inst
evening, special prayers were offered
up by Ilevs. Geo. Wallace and Alcr.
Mackintosh, for Rev. gr. Damonj
who lies in a very critical condition.
Lyons and Levey had a splendid
cash sale this morning, in fact, as
we go to press Heir Levey is still on
tho stand. Only one of tho two sad
dle horses was sold. It brought 890.
On Friday at 12 o'clock noon, Mr.
Fy. P. Adams will sell a span of
young driving horses, broken to
drive together or singly. They were
raised at Alexander's ranch, Maui,
and aro warranted sound.
A NfJiiimt of tourists uro cxpcul
cd by S. . Mariposa on Monday
Tin: annual pauulo of the Hono
lulu Flic Department will take place
next Thursday. No doubt many
persons will witness it, as the day
will bo observed moic or less as n
holiday, it being the uunhen-nty of
His Majesty's accession and coro
nation. "VVii were shown this morning in
"Williams photograph gallery H very
peculiar shell fish. It was caught
out at sea bj some native iu a canoe.
It is between n lobster and a crab and
was before death a bright red color.
It Is now in alcohol. There is a
chance for Prof. Agassiz.
Mil. D. I). Baldwin, inspector
general of schools, has not concluded
his inspection of the Fort Street
School. He has been there two
days, but, owing to other engage
ments, will not bo able to attend
again until next week. Of what ho
has soon there ho speaks in the
highest terms, and it is not to bo
wondered at, for Principal Scott has
worked wondcis in this school.
Last Friday we gave us lioit des
cription of a pictorial sign board
then being painted by Mr. Max
Kolitn, for Mr. J. Williams, the
photographer. It is now completed.
On cither side the panels have been
filled in with a view of Diamond
Head and a centipede and scorpion.
It is now on view at Mr. Williams,
gallery and is well worth a visit.
Several days ago, Dr. Webb told
a Chinaman, Aku, .who keeps a
store in Smith Lano, to keep him
self somewhat isolated, as he had
strong appearances of being a leper.
The man did not do as ordered, for
yesterday the doctor found him sit
ting in his store playing with two
little while children on his lap. Tho
doctor has very promptly ordered
his removal to Kakaako.
TnE following gentlemen were
elected olllccrs of Charles Brewer
& Co. (Limited) for the ensuing
year, at the annual meeting held
yesterday : President and Manager,
Mr. P. C. Jones, Jr. ; Secretary and
Treasurer, Mr. J. O. Carter ; Audi
tor, Col. W. F. Allen; Directors,
Hon. C. It. Bishop, Messrs. II.
Waterhouse and S. C. Allen.
In the Police Court thi3 morning,
Ah Sing, for larceny of sandal wood,
was -sent over the reef for three
months. Wong Long and Hong
Chong, for having opium in posses
sion, were fincilSlOO each, with im
prisonment at hard labor for one
month. Both noted an appeal to
the Supreme Court. Owen Holt,
Jr., for assault and battery, was re
primanded and discharged. Kuaca,
for drunkenness, had to pay 80.
Last evening, Engine Co. No. 2
held their annual meeting. The at
tendance was larger than it has been
for several ycais past. Tho follow
ing were rc-clectcd olllccrs for the
ensuing year: Foreman, F. Hus-
tacc; 1st Assistant Foreman, Clias.
Clark j 2nd Assistant Foreman,
James Morgan ; Secretary and Trea
surer, Henry Smith. The regular
routine of business was gone through,
and committees were appointed to
mako arrangements for the annual
parade on the 12th.
Yestekday afternoon about half
past four o'clock, the Rev. Dr. Da
mon awoke to consciousness, and
remained so for about five minutes,
during which time he spoke to each
member of his family, telling, them
ho hoped to meet them in heaven
and biddimr them eooil bye. Ho
then said ho felt tired and imme
diately afterwards returned to the
same unconscious stale ho has been in
for several days. IIo passed a very
quiet night, but to-day wo regret to
say his condition is tho same.
At tho Bethel Union Church last
evening tho usual monthly concert
was held and was largely attended.
Tho subject was China. Miss Pay
son gave a very interesting address
illustrated by the uso of a map.
Mrs. Robt. McKcnzic, of San Fran
cisco, spoke of tho Chinese work in
that city, while Mrs. S. E. Bishop
gave the latest facts from China.
Prayers wcro offered up by Pastor
Oggel and others for the Rev. Dr.
Damon and family.
Missus. J. Williams & Co., the
photographers, havo just executed a
splendid phologiaph of the is. S.
Kinnu, and her captain mid olllccis.
That of tho steamer is nn instantan
eous one, taken as she was passing
the lighthouse. The olllccrs arc
taken on scparato cards, which aic
arranged very neatly round tho
vessel, Hie effect being extremely
Mti. J. W. HiNdt.uY, f-owell'known
as the laic proprietor of the Pioneer
Cigar Manufactory, has opened u
store at 81 King street, where he
will bo glad to sec all his old patrons
and new ones too. He keeps a large
assortmcul of genuine imported
Havana and Manila cigars,, and
different brands of the finest domes
tic cigars. Smokers will find cigar
ettes, tobacco and every requisite.
The case of II. Liming, charged
with keeping a house of prostitution
and a noisy house on Lililia Street,
was heard this morning before Jus
tice Bickorton. Quito a number of
witnesses were examined, who proved
that there was a noise there Saturday
evening very late. His Honor, in
summing up in his usual careful
manner, said tho prosecution had
not made out their case, yet there
was s. strong suspicion that the house
was such, and the noise had boon
admitted. He advised the defend
ant to turn over a new leaf, or else
he would find himself in bcrious
trouble. The defendant was then
dischaigcd. Messrs. Smith and
Thuiston appeared for the defence.
How to use the pieces that arc
left from dinner is a question of
interest to most cooks, and the way
in which many of them settle the
matter is not always satisfactory.
A little cold meat chopped and
warmed over in fat is not always an
appetizing dish. But before decid
ing upon throwing away your cold
bits try this( way of warming them:
Put into a saucepan any gravy you
may have left, one tablcspoonful of
tomato catsup, one teaspoonful of
Worcestershire sauce, one onion
chopped very fine, and pepper and
salt to taste. Let them all simmer
gently. Then remove the saucepan
from tho fire and let the gravy cool.
Skim off the fat. Then cut your
cold bits of meat into very '.thin
slices, dip them into Hour, and lay
them in the gravy. Let this simmer
gently for five minutes, but do not
let it boil, for the boiling of cold,
well-cooked meat makes it tough ;
thicken with a little flour, and serve
with baked or mashed potatoes.
DUB B. F. EIILEK3 & CO. must-
be paid beforo Fcbtuaiy 1st, or
they will be plnced in the hands or
a collector, and payment tnfoitcd.
For the Assignees of IJ. F. Elders
II. W. SCIIMIIL'.
Honolulu, Jamiaiy lfiili, tSrt.
M for Puilm.
'P i:sri)i:.NTS OF PUNAHOU, plcaso
All take notlco that'
Love's Bread Wagon
nowdeliveis bread in that locality.
Otdeis for icgulnr hcivluo taken by
tho driver, and at
LOVE'S BAKERY, .
031 2w Nuuanu street.
TTAVINO ENLAKUEI) THESE
Central & Commodious Stables
wo aro prepared to furnhh first-class
turnouts with gentlo hornes, with or
without dilvers, A lino wagoiietto in
IIhcIcn ut all Hour.
day and night. Horses taken to board
by day, week, or mouth, on reasonable
terms. Saddle horses to lot.
lIoi'WCN ISoiigfhL imtl Sold,
A Ilaf.'gngo AVngon delivers' to nil
parts of thu city. Furniture moving
O. W. MACFAltLANE, ) ,,..,.
E. It. MILES, j" l ro, s
020 Um tSfTclcphouo jfo. 02.
SOME CEIIERAL REQUinEMcNTS UF
Enter a loom as if you full your
self entitled to a wolcomo, but wish-'
cd to take no undue advantage of it.
In walking always keep to the
Do not press a favor where you
sec it will bo unwelcome.
Treat all the guests you meet at
your fricnd'fi tabic, for the time
being, your equals.
Never profess to be that which
you arc not. Everybody laughs
when the plumes are borrowed ; but
if they arc imaginary, tho laugh
may change into a frown.
You must novcr send n vibiting
card by post.
Do not rush into a friendship w illi
everybody you meet. Friendships
so quickly made arc quickly broken.
In another man's house do not
lake upon yourself to play tho host
not even at the host's request.
In making gifts let them be in
proportion to your means. A rich
man docs not thank a poor man for
making him a present which he
knows the giver cannot afford.
Do not claim the acquaintance of
a man of rank on the ground that
you once met him at a house to
which you had been invited.
A young lady should remember
that silcnco is golden, and not speak
too often or too long, or too glibly.
Let what you say bo to tho purpose,
and let it be so said that if wc forget
the speech we may recollect the
maimer of it. Free J'ress.
Tho touchstone of good mannors
is the way in which a man behaves
to his superiors or inferiors.
c. j. McCarthy,
OF THE ASTOlt HOUSE
70 Hotel Stiect.
Ua just rccoived, per Al.unuln, the fol-
lowing choice brands of
American Cigars !
Ileauty's JJowcr, Henry Clny,
Sampler, (Hud, Cianc, Western Hello
La Hello California Las Ninfus,
jUiFul 1 Moon, Snow Diop,
J2T These Cigars arc manufactured
from the choicest of American and Ha
Come uuil try them I
Also, assist in general ofllco woik.
Office in Campbell's Block, Koom 7,up.
BEOS to inform his nutuctoiis cuMo.
mere and the public that he is
READY AGAIN FOR BUSINESS
In the Btoro
rpilIJ partnership heretofore e.xisllnir
JL between SiMPriON & WALLACE
doing business in Honolulu, us plumb
ers, gas.lttew, and tinsmiths, is this duy
dissolved by mutual consent.
SIhm1 i"AVIU SIMPSON,
Wfciicu, J WALLACE POUTEUS.
Honolulu, Jan. 27, 18&1. 0J0
At P.ilama, near Itofoiumtory
ISchool, a new mid commodious
IcotttiKC Suitable for a family.
Has novcr been occupied. Easyluims
to a good tenant,
Good stabling, scivunts' loom?, and u
On the picmiFO'i, or J. E. Wisi:man, 27
Mciclmut ht. Honolulu. 888
A Four.Hoomcd COTTAGE,
t 111. itnnr tiniiun .mt .,.!,,.
TjljV'TI tIWI kVWI, llV.tnW, Mill, u,j
JSlssH roinenicnce, to lot: and Fur.
nituio for sale. Apply on tho premises
at No. Ib7 Nuuanu Street. 010 tf
HOOMN TO liFF,
SEVERAL NEATLY FU1INISIJEU
Rooms to rent, for gentleman and
wife, or gentleman, on the H, W. corner
of Mcicliaut and Alnkca htrects. Apply
on tho premises. 033 lw
Risen from Uie AsIigs !
LOVE'S NEW BAKERY I
"T1W. LOVE desltpq to liitlmnlo to
DJ. hci mimeroiii old cuMoinrn mid
the public generally, Hint her bakery,
JIH.i'oyc1 ly lyire,
lino been rcslniod In hnnd'omc. sub
stantial and convenient form, Sho Is
thdeforo prepared to rupply the largest
Plain and Fancy Broad
of tho best quality, and manufactured
by tho most approved methods.
Everything in the lino of a tlrat-cln'-s
bakery will be e.inled on with greater
facility than bcteio thu tire.
Tho Lunch & Coffee Room
13 also restated in more elegant sljlo
than over, anil at rules that canuot be
underbid by any restaurant.
Brick Qulldlng, 73 Nuuanu Street.
Honolulu, Dec. 12, 1SS1. 81)2
WENNER & CO.
!l!i POUT STItr.I'.T,
Havo on hand Now Foi eign and Homo
Watches, Bracelets, Necklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clocks,
And Ornaments of all kimK
Silver and Gold Plate.
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Sets
Suitable for Presentation.
Kngr.ivIiiK itml Xntlc .lew Iry
llcpah'lng in all its branches.
C351" Solo Agonls for King's Eye Preservers.
iG. II. KOBERTSON,
Dt.iymnn best teams
Ofllce, Queen st. 15
The following brands of Cigars
All new and highly recommended.
ii. j. Korrio,
(Wheel Brand), and
Burke's Genuine Schiedam !
FOlt SALE BY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
033 lw '
Corner ol I'ort nml Hotel Kt.
J. F. BROWN,
Special attention given to Surveying
in Honolulu nml vicinity.
Hccords hoaielud, and plans showing
titles caiolully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Block, Fort St.
Families and others In want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain the same Iu quantities to
suit by lo.iving orders and ton-
JT. 1$. OAT,
At Pacific Navigation Co.'s Building,
801 Queen street. tf
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over Bishop & Co.'
Bank, and will be happy to attend
to any business entrusted to his care.
802 0m .
mio & UrUan Safes
Honolulu, .Ian. 11, 1SSQ.
C. O. 1IEIIOEH, Esq.,
Agent Macnutlu &, L'rhan Safes.
It H with great pleasure Unit
1 add my testimony to tho Flrc-Pioof
'liutlitiuinr jour Safes.
1 had a Pinnll single dnor Marnealo -A.
Urbin Safe iu Inst night's terrible file,
and, on opening the same this morning
found Its contents consisting nr books,
papers, and money to llm amount of
91010-1N PEUFECT CONDITION.
1 nm mi well xatlslled with tho result
that I want another No. a Safe at once.
GEO. M. HAUPP,
020 Uermauia Market.
(I. 1). rilUETU.
W. C PEACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
Ji.'J Knnnnn Street. l
HONOLULU, 11. 1. H
WINE & SPIRIT I
OFFEU FOH SALE 1
At the Lowest Murkest KnOs tjx
Geo'Goulet Champagne, pints & quarts. 13
ChasFarro " " ;
Carlton Frcrc " " " $M
Finb Old California Brandy, in bulk, $t
Pure Virginia Wbitu Bye Whlskoy, "Jr
Budwciscr Lager Beer, pints aud quarts '$
A largo and well selected stock or u M
ALES, ' Jl
BEKltS, ' 'rll
WINES, ' ' Ifi
SPIRITS, ' ,
fvC, tc, iSc, V-SJ
Always on hand and for sale nt prices 'jM
that defy competition. Country orders
solicited. All goods guaianlccd. , j-m
Telephone 40. P. O. Box 2C0. ;M
703 Cm. u .1
SPECIAL NOTICE. I
pilE Undersigned Proprietor of tho
FBK STEAM CANDY FACTORY
desires to infotni his patrons and tho pub
lie generally that notwithstanding the
recent DISASTROUS F1UE, has erected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a much more Extensive Scale which
h now in Full Oikuation, aud which
will bo in complete working order by an
Early Arrival of new Machinery and
Tools; and is now again prepared Jto
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
and will always have on hand his deli,
ci cms Fresh Made
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CREAMS,
RICH NUCJAT IN BARS,
SDQAR ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of great vaiiuty oit
Gum Drops, and Gum Pruit
Of nil ii-.rriitiniis. All tluv-e Home
Muilo Fri'h and PtiieCoiilcclions, I full
at CO cents PEU POUND.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of the Finest Flavor, in all ni.i-s always
on hand mid nrimmcnlul iu the
most nrtlstjo style.
ivrTivnTT". TY"rr".i ?
always fresh, us lbo
Home Made Mince Meat
for salo at CO cents per pound.
Will receive per Consiiolo the balance
of my new machinery of the newest de.
signs forinannfacturing all doioriptlons
of plain Caudles; thanking Ihu public
for previous libci.il patronage and fo.
Belting a continuance of same.
Practical Confectioner and Pastry Cook.
Tin: oi.i) stand. 71 Hotel etrcct
P. O. Box No. 75 ;..... Telephone No. 74
LAINE & CO.
Havo n Largo Stock of tho
VERY BEST HAY.
Grraiii, 322 to.,
Which is offered at Lowest Market Prices
Frootoany part oftho City
AQENTS FOS THE
Pacific Mutual Life Insuranco Co-
Agents for tho Hoover Telephone. jk
Telephone No. 147. 700
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