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FRIDAY, FKH. i, 1885.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All llinu from noon of to-day, Feb. IS.
High Tide (largo)
. r. m.
tllMI ASK WIJVTIir.lt
Kuenrit limn iiooii of joMrirtnj"
lliiiiitiictpr Tinnni)tiiutir. ltaln.
,WI WW) I iVUK)U 0SS r.3IMKI
Wind, S. Hsdit ; My, lino! hen, smooth.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
KOll SAN niANCISCO.
Mariposa Leaves llnplulti, Feb. 14
Alameda. . . .Leaves Honolulu, t cb. 58
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
KOll AUCKI.VNII AND BUlNKV:
Slmr Australia ..' Fob. Sit
Villi SAN VH.VNCItCO.
Slmr Zcaiaudla Feb. 1C
Fob 0 .
Stun- 0 11 UUhop from Kauai
Stun- Walmaimlo from A aimanalo
Sebr Norway fiom San. ! raneUco
Sebr Wuilolo from Maliko
Feb 0 ,,,,.
Sebr Malolo for Kawall.ibllabi
Sebr Kamol for Laupahoehoo
Sebr.Temilc Walker for Fanning s Is
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Slmr C It BUhop for Wuianau it Kauai
Sebr Luka for Koholalolo & Kukabui
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Dacca, Perry
Bk llcsper, Kyilcr
Fr gun-boat Kurguclcn, Founder
Sebr Norway, Paul
Form Kauai and Waianac per C It
Bishop, Feb C Dr J Borland, .1 L
Richardson, Apoi, ako, j-oo iiun mm
Sebr Wallelc brought 700 bags of
sugar and 7 cords of lire wood.
Slmr Waimanalo brought GOO bags of
Tho schooner Norway, Capt. Paul,
arrived .this a. in., 2S days from San
Francisco, with 00'.! bales of bay, (100
sks of Hour, 123 bks of oats 12.-) sks of
barlcv, :!":! sks of bone meal, 275 shin
gles, 75 bbls of lime, 201 pkgs of doors
and windows, 90 bbls of oil, etc. She
is consigned to Hackfeld & Co., and is
docked at Brewer's wharf.
Stmr O It Bishop brought 1,518 bags
of sugar. She sails to-morrow at noon.
On account of there being no wind
yesterday evening, the sailing of the
Jennie Walker was postponed until to
day. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A whip is advertised as found.
Ox our fourth page will be found
To-day is a blank day at the Post
offlce, not a mail departing.
A fin'i: black horse, sound and
kind, is advertised for sale.
Has tho People's Bank project
sunk into oblivion?
Poi.YsnsiAN Encampment meets
this evening at 7:!J0 o'clock.
Tun skating rink will be open. to
night for ladies and their escorts.
1 -T T
Twciru is no change in the condi
tion of the Rev. Dr. Damon to-day.
Hois just alive. .f
Two natives had a rough and
tumble fight lasUcvening on Nuuanu
street, all about a match.
. . ..
Tiir.nn will bo a magio lantern ex
hibition at the Government school
house at "Waialua, this evening.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give its usual concert at Emma
Square to-morrow afternoon at 4.30
An old native chap, by the name
of Mahina, was lined $50 this morn
ing for practising medicine among
tho natives without a liconse.
Tun Board of Health oillce is now
in the building lately occupied by
tho Tax Collector, who has moved
into the now Kapuaiwa building.
Mits. "V. II. Aldrich has resigned
her position as u teacher in tho
Royal School, and Miss Mist has
been appointed to the vacancy.
A niNQ of prisoners uro out at
workut Kakaako Leper Hospital,
filling in the largo fish pond in tho
roar of tho grounds with sand, etc,
carted trom the bench.
Missus. Hackfeld & Co. are ex
pecting daily by tho bark Meteor,
somo of those patent iron filter,
presses, such as have been used with
so much success at tho Lahaiiia and
L'-it-ii - .'I
That lino spnn of driving horses
from lliu AIomuhIot Itnudi, IMnni ,
will bo sold at noon to-morrow by
Sir. K. 1. Ailuuis. They mo sound
in every respect.
Tun following have been re-elected
olllccra of Kngiuu Co. No. -1 : Fore
man and Treasurer, Col. J. II.
Boyd ; First Assislnul, Peter Souxn ;
Second Assistant, I). Kokiilu i Sec
rotary, K. K. Krtmnkn.
Tin: following have sent in claims (
for damages on account of the
widening of Fort and Hotel streets:
Mr. A. J. Cnrtwiight for II. M.
Queen Emma; Hon. C. It. Bishop
for Hon. Dr. Molt Smith; Messrs.
Fisbcl, McChcsncy and McColgan.
Tin: usual monthly reception held
yesterday by II. R. II. Princess
Liliuokalani, was very largely at
tended. The Koyal Hawaiian Band
was stationed in frout of tho resi
dence and discoursed excellent
Is the Police Court this morning,
J. Paddakcn, for disorderly con
duct, was sent over the reef for
twelve hours. One drunk forfeited
bail of $C. Chung Wa, for having
opium in possession, was remanded
until the 13th.
AnoiiT half past two o'clock yes
terday afternoon, a Chinese express
driver was driving up Nuuanu
Street rather carelessly, when near
Hollisters' old store he ran over a
small Chinese child, playing on the
road. Some Chinamen .picked up
the child and carried it into tho
house, but it had not received any.
We have had to complain several
times of trees overhanging the road
on Judd Street. There is a .very
large Bouganvillia vino which so
overhangs the road as to be quite a
nuisance to pedestrians, especially
in wet weather, as it reaches within
three feet of the ground. Some
thing .should be done at once on this
street, and not let us have any more
At the regular monthly meeting
of the Board of Control of the Ho
nolulu Library and Reading Room
Association, last evening, it was
decided to request Professor Agassiz
to deliver n lecture for the Associa
tion's benefit. Mr. Marques an
nounced the receipt of valuable
contributions to the musical depart
ments the Library from Mr. Bcr
ger, our Bandmaster ; Mr. Grey, of
San Francisco; Messrs. Ditson &
Co. , Boston ; and Mr. Schott, Lon
don. Mr. Marques was authorized
to do what he deemed best for securing-
local contributions to tho
Mk. J. W. HixGi.nY, so well known
as the late proprietor of the Pioneer
Cigar Manufactory, has opened a
store at 84 King street, whero he
will bo glad to sec all his old patrons
and new ones too. He keeps a large
assortment 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.
Opium smoking among natives and
while people appears to bo on the
increase. A sad case was heard in
the Police Court this morning.
Jacob Kamaka, a very respectably
connected native, and Win. Moore,
an express driver, were charged with
having opium in possession. It ap
pears Moore used to go frequently
to Kamnka's house for tho purpose
of smoking. His Honor gave cacli
a very seasonable lecture, and hoped
the sentenco ho should impose would
be a lesson, and also euro them of
such a vile habit. Kamaka was then
sentenced to ono month's imprison
ment at hard labor, and fined $50,
while Moore was given forty days,
and 50 fine. Moore noted an ap
peal to the Intermediary Court.
The whito express drivers seem to
think if they jvre hired to tako a
passenger up Nuuanu Valley and
the said passenger stops at tho
second bridge, pays ,the faro, a
quarter, and gets out, it is not right.
If they only live a few steps beyond
tho bridgo they bhould rido and then
they could get half-a-dollar.
Passengers can do as they pleaso.
Tho other day a lady residing on
Jadd Street hired a hack, getting
outattho bridgo and walking the
Miirff. - --t-iMtf -
icst of tliii way home. Tho driver
abused hot in pretty round language.
If expressmen are going to demand
such consideration of tho public as
all that, they should be prepared to
abate the strict tenor of the rules
when the latter work the other way.
For Instance, when they drive a
passenger over a short route on both
sides of a regulation line, they might
do it "for the fare charged for a
greater distance within tho limits.
But they do not.
A ti'.kkuim: accident happened at
the Waianac. Plantation, day before
yesterday, whereby a Portuguese
laborer lost his life and another has
received internal injuries. At this
plantation there is a railroad, and
one of the regulations is that the
laborers must ride inside of the cars.
Someone of them disobeyed this
order on the day mentioned and
were riding on the outside of tho car
ucar the edge, when the brake block
dropped, slinking the car consi
derably, throwing two men between
the cars, one of them receiving a
fracture to the ribs from which he
died yesterday. The other had
his collar hone dislocated and was
brought up on tho steamer C. It.
Bishop this afternoon and at once
taken to tho Queen's Hospital. Mr.
J. L. Richardson, manager of the
plantation.also came by the steamer.
Everything possible has been done
by him for the men.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square to-morrow afternoon at -1:30.
Tho following is the programme :
March Suite Lachner
Overture Tancredl Kossini
AVnlt Golden Myrtles Tahrbach
Three Songs Mendelssohn
Selection Stradella Flotow
Gavollc Welcome Klu-s
Weeping-trees arc at pVcscnt a
fashionable feature in landscape
gardening. The following arc a few
of the most desirable varieties:
"Wccping-bccch, cut-leaf weeping
birch, and common weeping-willow
grow tall and from large trees. The
Campcrdown weeping-elm and Kil
marnock wcepiug-willow are dwarf
trees, and never grow any higher
than the point where grafted. Abies
inverta, or weeping-spruce, is the
best weeping-evergreen, and it is a
very effective tree in a lawn.
It shows that faith in humanity is
fast becoming an unknown quantity
when a wife will believe a one dollar
clo'ck rather than her husband when
the latter lias told her it was only 11
o'clock when he came in last night,
while the1 clock at that lime struck 2.
DUB B. F. EIILEKS & CO. must
be paid before Febmiry 1st, or
tliey will bo placed in the hands of
a collector, and payment cnfoiccd.
For the Assignees of 15. F. Elilcrs
JI. AV. SCHMIDT.
Honolulu, January lSUi, lSS.'i.
Bread for Pialm.
EKS1DEXTS OK PUNAIIOU, phase
take notice that
Love's Bread "Wagon
now delivers bread in that locality.
Orders for regular "ser Ice taken by
the driver, and m
LOVE'S BAKERY, .
031 2w Nuuanu street.
TTAVIKO ENLABGEI) THESE
Central & Commodious Stables
wo aro nrcnarcd to furnish first-class
turnouts with gcntlo horecs., with or
without ihlvers, A lino wagouctlu in
IFiicUs ut all JIoiiih.
day and night, Horses taken to board
by day, week, or mouth, "on reasonable
terms. Hnthllu homes to let.
Horses XSoiifgltL Jiml Sold,
A Baggage Wagon dellveis to all
parts of'thu city. Furniture moving
O. W. MAOFABLANE, 1 ,,.,,
E. It. MILES. ' rop s
020 3m dTTelepltoue No. UU.
,i( iV ZaS V-5B.1 JJ irW
w-Jtr9ettu.--awfcayiar- '- ii;ASii!
In the German Notching, .tun.
I'.llh, the Budget Committee moved
that thu proposed credit of 150,000
marks for African colonization be
reduced ono third. Bismarck op
posed tho motion and urged prompt
action with regard to tho coloniza
tion project of the Government In
order to nnticlpatc the other Powers.
The German people, ho said, had
approved thu colonial policy of thu
Government during the last two
years, and it wns reasonable to sup
pose the Reichstag would vote an
additional credit for the African ex
ploration! The colonial policy is
tho only one possible. It was sup
ported by a majority of the Reich
stag and had created great enthusi
asm throughout the nation. A motion
to refer the credit to tho Budget
Committee was adopted by 135 to
128, although both Bismarck and
Von Boelliclier, Minister of tho
Interior, strongly opposed this
A bevy of girls were looking at a
bridal trousseau. "How exquisite!"'
"How lovely!" "How supremely
sweet!' etc., ad nauseam, were the
exclamations made. "You ought
to be very happy, Clara," said one
of the girls to the bride-elect. "I
suppose 1 ought," said Clara, "but
papa won't bring a newspaper re
porter to look at tlicni." Chorus
"What a shame!"
When little " AVillic L. first hcaid
tho braying of a mule in the South
he was greatly frightened, but after
thinking a minute ho smiled at his
fear, sayiug: "Mamma, just hear
that poor horse wiv tho whooping
cough!" New York wholesale dealers now
pay 15 cents per dozen for making
undershirts and their liberality leads
I. people to hope that servant girls in
that city may possibly become mil
The Japanese girl when she goes
into company paints her face white,
her lips and the corners of her eyes
red, with two slate-colored spots on
The young ladies of a Pennsylva
nia town have formed a "Popping
thq, Question Society." It is said
the marriageable j'oung men of the
town arc organising an expedition to
go in search of the North Pole.
JOHN A. PALMER will distribute
Also, assist In geucral office work.
Office in Campbell's Block, Room 7, up
stairs. Frank Gertz
BEGS to inform ills nunieroiisjcusto.
mers and tho public that hcis
READY AGAIN FOR BUSINESS
In tiic store
THE nartnerhhii heretofore oxlullns
between SIMPSON & WALLACE
doim; business in Honolulu, as plumb
ers, gas.lltlori, and ilntmltlisi, is this day
dissolved by mutual consent.
SlmiP.1 J "AVI1J SIMPSON,
hlgnul, J WALLACE POUTEUS.
Honolulu, Jan. 27, ls8!. 020
jM&AAt Palania, near Itofonnatoiy
Rivcn9SeIiool, a new and commodious
EAaaiwsenttiigc. Suitable for a family.
Has never been occupied. Ensy turins
to a good truant.
Oood stabling, servalll'l, rooms, mid n
On the prcinhoq, or J. IC. Wisuman, 27
Mcrciiaui hi. Honolulu. una
A Foiir.BoOmcd COTTAGE,
utlli rw1r liniiun itil fivnpir
bj52SB convenience, to let: and Fur.
nituro for sale. Apply on tho premises
ut Xo. 187 Nuuanu Stieet- 010 tf
JMMHIK TO J,KT,
SEVEBAL NEATLY FUBN19UE1)
Booms to rent, for gentleman and
wife, or gentlemen, cm thu 8. W. corner
of 31eichant and Abikea streets. Apply
on tho premises. 03U lw
www wnwjijuM'i.iuujjrwnmiuuwj ii' iih;j h i.i iMn,MmiiiW
LOVE'S NEW BAKERY !
",HS. LOVTi ilesho to liillmnle to
XtJ. her numoroui old cu'toiucM and
the public generally, Hint her bakery,
lNlroyMl l,v Kii'o.
Has been i ("stored in hmttboiiH!. sub
stantial iitid convenient form. Shu Is
tlieicfore pu'p.tu'd to supply tlie largest
Plain and Fancy Bread
of tlie bnl quality, mul mamifncluicd
by (lie nuwt nppiovid nictliodjj.
Everything in tlir lino of n llrsl.chica
bakery will bo carried on with gicater
facility than before the lire.
, Tho Lunch & Coffee Room
is also restored in more elegant style
than ever, and at rates that cannot'bo
underbid by any restaurant.
Brick Building, 73 Nuuanu Street.
Honolulu, lice. 12, 1SS1. 80:2
WENNER & CO.
O I'OHT NTKKr.T.
Have on hand Xow Foreign and Home
Watches, Bracelets, Necklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clocks,
And Orn.uncnts of nil kinds.
Silver and Gold Plate.
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Sets
Suitable for Presentation.
r.iiKrsivlnj; nml Xutlvu Jv Iry
llcpalring in all its branches.
IS" Solo Agents for King's Eye Preservers.
c. j. McCarthy,
OF Till: A STOP. HOUSE
70 Holcl Stiecl.
Ha just received, per Alameda, the fob
lowing ohoicc brands of
American Cigars !
Beauty's Bower, Henry Clay,
Sampler, Stud, Crane, "Western Belle
La Belle California La Nhlfu
Full Moon. Snow Drop,
5)" These Cigars aiu manufactured
from the choicest of American and Ha
Come jiml try tlieiu Z
(Wheel Bund), and
Burke's Genuine Schiedam
FOB SALE BY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Vomer ol I'orl nml Holcl
J. F. BROWN,
HprciHl audition given to Surveying
In Honolulu mill vicinity.
Records searched, and plans (showing
title, oaiol'ully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Block, Fort St.
Families and ollicns In want of Good,
' IVJachinc Made Poi,
Cm obtain tho humu in quantities to
suit by leaving ordeis and con.
ip. m. oA.a
At Pacific Nalgation Co.'s Building,
801 Queen fatieet. tf
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over BIfihop A: Co.'s
Bank, and will lie happy to attend
to any business entrusted to his care,
finale & Urli! safes !
Honolulu, .Inn. 11, 1685.
O. O. BEHOEH, Eo,,
Agent Mncncnlo it Urban Safos.
It is with groat pleasure that
I add my tct!mnny to tho Fire-Proof
uuallllos of your Safes.
I li.id a small single deor Mnencalo As
Urban Safe in Inst night's terrible the,
and, on opening the same this morning,
found Its ronii'iilr consisting of books,
papers, nml money lo tin- amount of
S10I0-IN PEBFECT CONDITION.
1 am so well salisllcd with tlin result
that 1 want nuoIlierNo. a Safe ul o ncc.
GEO. 31. BAUPP,
020 Gcrmanla 3Inrket.
o. u. Kiu:r.Tir.
W. c. 1'KAtOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
Ji.'S Xiiunim Slrcct.
HONOLULU, 11. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFEB FOB SALE
At Hie r.owcst Market I talcs
Geo Gould Champagne, pints & quarts.
Clias Farro " ' '
Carlton Frcro " " "
Fine Old California Brandy, in bulk,
Pino Virginia White Bye Whiskey,
Budwciser Lager Beer, pints nml quarts
A large ami well selected stock of
&c., Ac, Arc,
Always on hand and lor sale at prices
that defy competition. Country ordcis
solicited. All goods guaranteed.
P. O. Box SCO.
THE Undesigned Proprietor of tho
PIOilEER STEM CANDY FACTORY
desires to inform hispalions and the pub
lie generally that notwithstanding lliu
recent DISASTROUS FIRE, has uiVctod
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On n much more EMcumvo Scale which
is now in Full Oi'kuation, and which
will be in complete working order by an
Early Arrival of new Machinery and
Tools; and Is now again prepared '.to ,
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
ami will always have on hand his deli,
clous Fresh Made
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CRKAMH,
RICH NUGAT IN BARS,
SUGAR ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of great variety oi-t
Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit
Of nil description?. All IhO'f- Ilnino
Miulu Frc-h and PmeCnnlrrtiou1), I fell
.U r0 cents PER POUND.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of the Finest Flavor, in nil sl7i" always
on baud and ornnmuiti'd in thu
most artistic fctylc.
MINCE PIES !
always fiodi, ns also
Home Made Mince Meat
for pale at CO cents per pound.
Will receive per CoiiHiielo the balance
of my new machinery of tho newest do.
signs for manufacturing all descriptions
of plain Candies; thanking thu public
for previous liberal patronage and so.
Helling a voutlnu.mce of same.
Practical Confectioner and Pastry Cool;.
Tin: omirtami. 71 Hotel ktreet
P. O. Box No. 713;. . . ..Telephone No. 7-1
LUNE & CO.
Hiivo a I.aigo Slock of thu
VEBY BEST HAY.
Which is oil'cred at Lowest Market Prices
Delivored Freotoany part of tho City
AGENTS FOS THE
Pacifio Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Agents for the Hoover Telephone.
Telephone No. 1-17. 700
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