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TUKSDAY, FU11. 10, 188.
SUN, MOOH AND SEA.
All Units from noon of lo-dny, Kelt. 10.
1 1 HI.
Sun Sot (!
Hun Hle IS :i:i.
Moon JINc 1 '
11 luh Tide. Hiittll) i! 00.
W1M1 AMI IVEATIIHH
llucord Irom noun of jesteuluy
I in I mi I 2:11 il 2ii nli I
mot no.u :i.H7!io 720
;-js i u.wi
Wind, N. U. ticslij Sky, fair; fceu, smooth,
Tug Alert from Sim Francisco
Stmr Mokolll from Windward Port
Stmr J:is Makee from Kunal
Stmr Klnnu for Windward Ports
Stmr Planter for Knnal
Schr Ntiltin Men 111 for Lahaina
Sclir Wnloll for Iluualcl
Srhr S.unh &. Ella for ICoolntt
Schr l.cahl for Koholalclo
VESSELS LEAV1HC TO-MORROW.
Stmr W O Hall for Windward Porls
Stmr Kllanea llou for Windward Torts
Stmr Iwnlanl for llamaUna
Stmr Mokolll for Windward Poits
Schr Lihollho for AVnlmoa.
FrMan-of.War Kerguelcn for Irancc.
Sclir Wnlehu for Koloa
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Dacca, Perry
Ilk llener, Uyder
Fr gun-boat Kerguelcn, Founder
Sebr Norway, Paul
Stmr Mariposa, Haywurd
Gr Ilk Meteor, Casson
JJk Forest Queen, Ncilson
Sclir Kosallua, Kobcrtson
For Kabulul, per J.lkcllkc, Feb 9 A
Unua and wife, Miss llortha Meyers, V
O .Tones, Jr and wife, L A Thurston, It
W Meyers and daughter, S K Meyers,
V X Miikec, Ills Ex J O Dominls, W P
A Brewer, C B Cocketl, Mrs McGregor
and 2 daughters, II II Wilcox and Prof
Stmr Mokolll brought 2G3 bags
sugar, 100 sheep skins, 5 bags of taro, 4
green hides, 40 sheep and 2 lambs.
Stmr .Tas Makcc brought 2,744 bags of
The schr Norway is loading for San
The Kosalina has discharged her deck
load of 103,000 feet of lumber In one day
and a half.
The Gr bark Meteor is docked at the
The tug Alert, Capt S H Cromwell,
arrived last evening, 15 days from San
Francisco. She was docked at the Old
Custom wharf, and will probably begin
active service soon.
At South Lowestoft, Suffolk, on the
10th of January, the Lady Jane Wodo
house. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Saturday will be St. Valentine's
Thi: Y. M. C. A. singing class
meets this evening.
His Ex. Gov. J. O. Dominis left
by the Likclikc yesterday for Maui.
Tin: French man-of-war Kerguelcn
leaves to-morrow morning for Japan.
CounusroxDUXci: and our puzzlo
department will be found on the last
Tiik Honolulu Kiflcs meet for drill
this evening as usual at 7.30 o'clock
at their Armory.
is being retailed in
for two cents per
Choiu practice at St. Andrews
Cathedral to-morrow evening. Every
member is requested to bo present.
Tun proposals for tho construc
tion of the new water works in this
city, are being advertised in San
Gr.NnitAi. Van Buren's lecture on
Japan for the benefit of the Library
Association will probably be given
Mu. Sam. Nott has disposed of
his business to the Pacific Hardware
Company. He expects to leave the
Islands very shortly.
Tnu total value of the merchandise
exports from San Francisco to these
Islands for the month of January
amounted to 8187,815.
Wi: understand there are ti large
number of applicants for the position
of Captain on tho Hawaiian steam
tug Alert, which arrived yesterday.
Tnu Detroit Free Press says:
"The Sandwich Islanders have their
money made in tho United States
anil buy their whiskey in England."
At tho S. F. Stock & Bond Ex
change, January 31st, 3J- was bid
for Hawaiian Commercial Co.'a
shines and 3 for Ilnkalau Plantation.
Whitman mid Wilglit have In
structed Sir. .lolin A. l'nlmcr to en
force imyincnl of nil accounts due
tlicm after Feb. loth,
An Invoice of goods written in
French was lost yesterday. Anyone
returning the snmo to the Catholio
Mission or this olllcc will be rewarded.
Fouu thousand hymn books are
being pi inled in San Francisco in
the Gilbcil IbIuihI language for the
Hawaiian Congregational Hoard; so
says the S. J Jiullctln,
II.vm.an was to have rowed his
race with Cliff old at Sydney last
Saturday. The result will not be
known here until the arrival of the
Alameda, February 23rd.
Mau.vmi: Cora is to givo three per
formances at the Chinese Theatre
this week. Look out for some mas
terly dramatic criticism in tho Sat
In the Police Court this morning
Kao and Kahawai, for drunkenness,
had to pay SG. J. L. Wright, for
the same offence, was remanded
Tin: book-keeping class at the V.
M. C. A. was disappointed last
evening, owing to their instructor,
Mr. P. C. Jones, Jr., having left for
Maui in the afternoon on business.
Mu. John A. Palmer, business
agent, Fort street, has for sale a
splendid new phaeton just arrived
from New York, which can be
bought cheap for cash or upon
Tin: S. S. City of Tokio will leave
San Francisco, February 20th, and
arrive here about March 7th for the
purpose of taking Consul Irwin back
to Japan. His wife and family will
remain in the islands several months.
At the Bethel Union Church, Sun
day morning next, the Rev. E. C.
Oggcl, pastor, will preach a memor
ial sermon for the late Father
Damon, that day being the seventi
cth.anniversary of his birth.
Tun following have been elected
officers of the East Maui Stock Co.
for the ensuing year: President,
W. P. A. Brewer; Secretary and
Treasurer, P. C. Jones, Jr. ; Auditor,
G. J. Ross; Directors, J. O. Carter
and G. H. Robertson.
A San Francisco paper says Sig
nor D. de Vivo is in communication
with George Augustus Sala, for tho
delivery of two lectures in San Fran
cisco, whence he embarks on the
14th inst. for Australia.
By the S. S. Mariposa, II. B. M's
Commissioner Major Jas. II. Wotlc-
house received the sad news of the
death of his mother, the Eatty Jane
WodeUouse, which took place at
South Lowestoft, Suffolk, England,
A despatch from Melbourne dated
Jan. 21st states that the Command
er of the Australian squadron has
hoisted the British Hag over the
Louissades, Woodlark, Huron and
Enlrectsteaux Islands, lying off the
eastern point of New-Guinea.
. . .
Maui.i Michel, express driver No.
101, who ran into Prof. Scott's
horse Saturday, rather badly injur
ing it, was brought up this morning
and charged with heedless driving.
His Honor fined him 810 with costs
and cancelled his license.
Tin: regular monthly meeting of
Engine Co. No. 1 was held last
evening with a good attendance of
members. Robert More was elected
foreman in tho place of the late
George II. Fassctt, and Louis Tous
sant was elected first assistant fore
man. . . . .
Tintin: Chinaman were caught lust
week on Molokai distilling okolehao.
All their apparatus was seized and a
demijohn full of the liquor, which
filled thirteen bottles. They were
each fined $50. Two paid their
fines, while tho other was brought to
Honolulu this morning to work out
In the middle of the road in Nuu
anu Valley, near the first bridge, is
a largo stone standing up some two
or three inches. Wo have uotlced
several horses stumble at it. If the
Road Supervisor would just tako up
his axe and shovel he could soon fix
it, or perhaps oue or two kicks from
his No. 12 boots would be sulllcient.
Mr.Nis. Gilnlmuin & Co. have just
received n small lot of French claret ,
of oxtrn quality.
Tin; P. M. S. S. Xcahtndla will
bo duo on Sunday afternoon from
the Colonics, en route for San Fran
cisco. How about that band conceit for
tho Japanese immigrants? It would
delight them to hear our magnificent
To-Moniiow morning at 10 o'clock,
Mr. E. P. Adnms will sell the whole
of the housohold furniture at tho
residence of Mrs. J. P. Cooke, King
Lyons & Levey will hold their
regular cash sale to-morrow morn
ing at 10 o'clock. Amongst other
thing, will bo sold while and color
ed matting and furniture.
Tin: concert by the Royal Ha
waiian hand at Ktmna Square last
evening wa3 largely attended.
Amongst the audience was quite a
number of strangers who arrived by
the Mariposa, and they wero de
lighted with the playing of the baud.
Tin: annual parade of tho Hono
lulu Fire Department will take place
on Thursday morning. Tho several
companies arc requested to assemble
in the square opposite Mechanic
Engine Co. No. 2 house, at 1) :30
o'clock in full uniform. The line of
march will be found in another
Tnu mail received at the Post Of
fice yesterday by the Mariposa, num
bered 27 bags, with 5,515 letters and
G,G90 papers. Tnat despatched by
the Tokio for San Francisco com
prised five bags, 1,159 letters and
403 papers, most of which were de
posited during Monday.
On January 21st the directors of
the Pacific Mail Steamship Company
declared a dividend of 1 per cent,
payable on February 2nd. The
statement of the Pacific Mail Com
pany for the past quarter shows that
the gross earnings were 81,314,000;
operating expenses, $770,000; net
earnings, 8544,000; cash on hand,
Oi'riciuis Mchrtcns and Fclhbchr
searched the steam tug Alert yester
day soon after her arrival in port.
They did not find anything at that
time, but a little later on they ar
rested a fireman, J. Bonnet, as he was
leaving the tug, with eight tins of
opium iu his possession. He was
brought up this morning and re
manded until Wednesday.
Mn. J. W. IIikgluy, so well known
as the late proprietor of the Pioneer
Cigar Manufactory, has opened a
store at 8 1 King street, where he
will be 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
cttcSj tobacco and c-vcrj- requisite.
Cou.ncTOit-Gcncral laukea, of tho
Custom House, instructed liisofflccrs
to search the Mariposa for opium
yesterday. They wero rewarded by
getting 41 tins. Twenty-four wero
found in tho false bottom of a trunk
owned by a Chinese fireman, Ah
Yip, who was taken before Justico
Bickerton this morning and remanded
for further examination. yilio owners
of the other tins have not yet called
for their property.
Tiik tug Alert from San Fran
cisco arrived in port yesterday after
noon about ten minutes before five
o'clock, and docked at the old cus
tom house wharf. His Majesty tho
King, accompanied by His Ex. tho
Attorney-General, went out into the
channel and boarded her. A largo
number visited her, and all came to
the Bauie conclusion that she is a
very powenul boat nnu a iieciucu
acquisition to this port. She was
built about two years ago. It is
probable her name will bo changed.
The trip from San Francisco wns
made in just 15 days.
Mn. Smith, late of San Francisco,
is about to introduce to the people
of this city n novelty iu tho way of
recreation, known as the roller
coaster. It is an inclosed track
running in a circular form and
standing at an anglo of about 45
degtees. Tho distance around will
bo several hundred feel, mid will be
tiuvelleil over lit the
mtu of about
On the lloor
150 miles per hour.
below this track and within (he circle
will bo a largo skating! lug. The
machinery has como by tho Mari
posa. It will bo on Bcrolaula street
nntl bo ready in about tlucc weeks.
All proper attractions suitable to
the place will be provided.
Lauot. numbers of people visit the
Immigration Depot every hour of
the day to lake a peep at the newly
arrived Japs. To-day, Mr. F. II.
Ilayseldcn is acknowledging their
contracts, assisted by Mr. W. O.
Atwatcr, who represents the Board
of Immigration. It is not likely
that any will bo shipped this week.
Consul Irwin spends a deal of his
time at tiio depot looking after the
welfare of the people he has brought
to these shores. Yesterday after
noon quite a number of the Japs gave
an exhibition of the wrestling powers
for which they arc noted. It was
indeed n rare treat to those fortu
nate enough to be present.
tho month of January,
Under 1 year.... 8
From 1 to f! !l
From 0 to 10.... 0
From 10 to 20... ".
From 30 to40... 0
From 40 to 50. . . C,
From CO to CO. . . 8
From CO to 70... 5
Over 70 10
S S Islanders.... 0
causu or diuth
Consumption ... . 8
Disease of llcait 11
Unknown . . .
COMI'AllAI IVi: MONTHLY 1IOHTAM
sicKNi:ss in Tin: boitooi.".
Schools. No. of Sciiolnis.
St. Alban'9 Col.
St. Louis' Col.
Agent Board of Health.
FINE BLACK IIOHSI3, 7 uais
ohl.fcounil.kiiid anil en fc for a lady
to drive, uood roadster, bold for
want of life. Apply to
F. S. G1UHAM & CO.,
938 lw 82 King street.
iG. II. ROBERTSON,
Drayman best teams
Oflice, Queen st. 15
T TAVINO B2tt-.VU.OEI) T1IESK
Central & Commodious Stables
we are prepared to furnish llrt-clii';s
turnouts with genlio horses, wilh or
without drivers, A line wagonette in
lIUCltK 111 IlII 1HUI'N.
day and niht. Horses taken lo board
by day, week, or month, on reasonable
terms. Saddle horses to let.
IIorHOM J3oii?Ii, tin! Sold,
A Baggage Wagon dclivois lo all
parts of the oity. Furniture moving
C. W. MACFA.ULANK, ),,,.,.
E. R. JULES, j ' "'I' s
020 :im Csri'elephonc No. 32.
BEUS to infoim ids numnroiiH citsto.
mors and tho public that he is
READY AGAIN FOR BUSINESS
In the htoru
Risen from lie Anton!
LOVE'S NEW BAKERY I
,1 119. I.OVJ1 desires to lnliumto to
JLiX her tuimrrnun old cuMoinrri and
the public generally, tlmt her bakery,
DoMlroyed ly UMru.
Has been restored in liambomc. miIi
ftuntiiil mill convenient form, She N
Iherofoie pri pared to supply Hie largest
Plain anil Fancy Bread
of the hast qimllty, and uianufnctuu'd
by tho most approved methods.
Bvcryllilii in the line of a first-class
bakery will be c.irilcd on -with greater
facility than before the lire.
The Lunch & Coffco Room
is also restored in more elegant sljlc
than ever, and at lates that cannot be
underbid by any rcstauraut.
Brick Building, 73 Nuuanu Street.
Honolulu, Dee. 13,1881. 8ti2
DUE U. F. miLi:US & CO. must
be paid bcfoio Fobtuaiy 1st, or
they will be placed in tho hands of
a collector, and payment enforced.
For tho Astlgnces of B. F. Elders
11. W. SCHMIDT.
Honolulu, January 15th, ISS-j.
WENNER & CO.
' t'OHT MTiti:r,T,
Havo on huml Xcw Foreign and Home
Watches, Bracclots, Necklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clocks,
And Ornaments of all kind?.
Silver and Gold Plate.
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Sets
Suitable for Presentation.
Kiisi'iiviu;; nnil Xalivo Jpw Iry
Repairing in all its brnnclic.
JST Solo Agents (or King's Eye Preservers.
C. J. SVJcCARTHY,
OF THE ASTOlt HOUSE
7G Hotel Street.
Hn- just received, per Alameda, the fob
lowing choice biands of
American Cigars !
Heauty's Uower, Henry Clay,
Sampler, Stud. Ciane, Western Hello
La llelle California Las Ninfiid,
Full Moon. Snow Drop,
I3f" These Cigari aro manufactured
from tliu choicest, of American and Ha
Conic uikI try them Z
Corner ol Fort nut! Hotel N(h.
J. F. BROWN,
Special attention given to Surveying
in Honolulu and vicinity.
ltccoids searched, nud plans showing
titles caiefully prep.ircd.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Hlncsk, Fort Si.
POS I POI !
Fiimilli' iiml otlii-ia Iu want of Good,
Machine IRflatie Poi,
Can oblaln tho t:uiic in quantities lo
suit by luaving ordeis and con.
v. xj. oajt
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAB AN OFFICE over IIUliop & Co.'s
Dunk, and will be happy lo attend
to any business entrusted to his care.
HacnoalH & Urbai Safes !
Honolulu, Jan, 11, 16S5.
C. O. HEliaElI, Esq.,
Agent Mncncnlc & Urban Safe.
It Is with great pleasure that
I ndd my tftlmony to the Flre-l'roof
intalitliMof your Safes.
I had a small single dfnr Macncule tV
Utban Safe In Inst night's terrible llio,
mid, on opening the same tills morning,
found Its contents fonslptitig of books,
papo'ii", mid money to llie amount of
$10IO-1N I'EHFKCr CONDITIO,'.
I am .( well :ttlH.ri Willi the rnutlu
that 1 want nnothcrXo. U Safe nt oneo.
GEO. M. UAUFF,
(i. i). ritin.Tit.
w. c. it a one
Freeth & Peacock,
ail TViiiiann SiiTcl.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
tVlei chan its,
OFFEH FOU SALE
At the Lowest Mnrkol l!ate
Geo Goulet Ciiumpngne, pint? it (units.
Chns Farru " ' '
Carlton Frcrc " "
Fine Old California lliandy, in bulk,
Puic Virginia White llyo Whiskey,
Iludwclscr Lager Beer, pints and quarts
A large and well selected stock of
Ac., &c, &c,
Always on hand and for sale nt piices
that defy competition. Country ordcis
solicited. All goods guaiantecd.
P. o. iu 3;o.
rpiIE Undcis-igncd Proprietor of tliu
PIONEER STEAK CANDY FACMY
des'ues to infoim hispatioii'. and tho pub
lie generally that notwithstanding llm
recent DISASTROUS FJHE, has uncled
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a much more Extensive Scale which
is now in Full Oi'i:iiaiiox, nud which
ill be in complete working older by an
Early Arrival of new Machinery and
Tools; and is now again prepared "kto
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
mid will always have on hand hh deli.
oi ous Frcsli Made
VANILI-A CHOCOLATE CREAMS,
RICH NUGAT IN BARS,
SUGAR ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of great vai luy oiT
Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit
Of nil descriptions. All those Home
Jlado Frcsli and PurcCoufecliciio, I sell
.11 CO cents PEU POUND.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of the Flni'bt Flavor, iu all sies always
on hand nnil r.rnumcnlcd in the
moSt artistic ttyle.
2VXIIVCEJ iIIU !
always fresh, as nlto
Home Made Mince Meat
for siiie nt CO cents per pound.
Will receive pcrCon.suolo the balance
of my new liinchlneiy of the iiewe.-l tic.
signs for manufacturing nil descriptions
of plain Candies; thanking tho public
for previous liberal patronage and w.
Helling a continuance of same.
Practical Confectioner and Pastry Cook,
'i UK old bTASD. 71 Hotel itrect
P.O. IIoxNo. 7.1;
Telephone No, 71
LAHEV5E & CO.
Have a Ltigo Slock of the
VERY BEST HAY.
CSrx'ixiii, 131 x?.,
Which is offered nt Lowest Market Prices
Delivered Freo to any part of tho City
AGENTS FOS THE
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Agents for tho Hoover Telephone. .
Commissioner of Deeds for California
Telephone No. 117. 700
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