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lu gnUy aWin,
TIIUItSDAY, FEH. 'JO, l88fi.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All tlino ft otn noon of to-tlny, Feb. SU.
Sim Sets 0 :i.
ami Rises is -')
Moon Hots i 8.
High Tide (small) !l U.
High Tide 0W5) ,D :10,
WINU A-fl) VTIUTIIMl
ItocoiJ fiom noun of yoituiilay'
ASll. Theimometm- Itnln.
111 I Oh 22ll 21l I (111 I 19 liljtolSll
30 03 I ,1003 30.H 810 71 I 07 ConO
Wing, H. AV. llglitj 81y, lino; Ben, lioity surf.
Bfrtuo J D Spreokels fiom S F
Schr Hob Hoy from Koolau
Schr Rainbow from Kooluu
Ship Melrose from Victoria
Bktne Amelia for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stihr Mokolll for Windward Ports '
Schr Wnllele from Maliko.
Schr Lcahl from Koholalelc
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bgtne J D Sprcckcls, Frlls
Gr Bk Meteor, OWsen
Bk Forest Queen, Ncllson
Bktne Mnrj- Winklcman, Backus
Bk Ceylon, Barstow
S S Alameda. Mome
For Windward Porto po Kllauca Hon,
Feb 25 WY Homer, .1 Horner mill 14
From S F per J D Sprcckcls, Feb 20
B W Brown, II Hclmcrs.
Schr Lcahl brought 1,725 bags of
The Forest Queen will sail on Tues
The Alcit Is docked at the P. M. S. S.
The stmr .Tas Makce is due to-morrow
a. m. from Kauai direct.
The stmr C K Bishop is to an Ivc to
morrow p. m. from Kauai via Waialua
The schr Llhollho will haul alongside
the German bark Meteor to-morrow, to
take on board a locomotive and other
machinery for Waimea and Koloa.
The bgtne J D Sprcckcls arrived this
a. m., if days from San Francisco. She
is docked at the old custom house
Schr Wailele brought 1,100 baits of
bchnRainbow brought 500 bags of
sugar and the Rob Roy 500 bags of lice
Honolulu, Feb. 2Gth, 1885, of mala
rial pneumonia, Mrs. Maria S. Magoon,
wife of John Magoon. Esq., and for
merly of Litchfield, Kennebec Co.,
Maine, aged 50 years. The deceased
lady waB a greatly esteemed member
of tho Bethel Union Church, and well
known for her sympathetic beneficence
and efficient efforts for those who v, ere
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
. Skating rink to-night.
Rain is needed very much.
Do not irrigate only nt the proper
Pkok. Agassiz leaves by the Ala
meda on Saturday'
A ked covered pocket and card
book is advertised as lost.
Fresh Eastern Oyster Sonp at the
Aster House this evening. It
Mystic Lodge, No. 2, K. of P.,
meets this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
All kinds of Artists, Materials can
be had at Kins Bros.' Art Store.
Anotiieu moonlight concert at
Emma Square by the band, this
No meeting of the Honolulu Stock
and Bond Exchange was held yes
terday. , .
The second tower for the Kaunia
kapili Church will probably be com
menced next week.
A Romance of the Hawaiian
Islands and other selections will bo
found on our fourth page.
FouUtken Japanese immigrants
were forwarded to Hamakua yester
day bytuc steamer Kilauca Hou. .
To-Monnow evening, at the Y. M.
C. A. Hall, at 7 ;30 o'clock, Prof.
AgnsBiz will deliver Mb lecture.
The Y. M. C. A. Geometry and
Algebra class meets at tho Y. M.
C. A.'this evening at 7 o'clock.
Mil Lishman has commenced
work on the largo chancel arch for
the new St. Andrews Cathedral.
Thk Road Supervisor had some
men at work yesterday repairing the
crossings, at the corner of Fort nnd
Messus. Allen and Robinson have
just received by the Alameda, a
splendid assortment of wall paper in
all the latest styles.
Tim Imtkcnllnu Kiirekrt loft San
i'tnncisco February Itilli Tor Hono
lulu wllli tin nssorlcil cargo vnlttcil
An exchange Hays, " a lady lias
clinngcil her icligion, lielng ilcler
lnlncil, she says, to avoid her hus
band's company in the next woi Id."
Tim Guzrttc asks, "Docs the
Road Supervisor draw a salary now,
nml if so what for?" The Hoad
Supervisor says ho docs, and it is
for minding his own business.
Tub lloyal Hawaiian Band. .will
give n conceit at the Hotel to-morrow
evening. Two new pictures by
Mcssis. Tavernler and Strong will
be on exhibition in the parlor.
i i m m --
To-Monnow morning at 1 1 o'clock,
at Brewer's wharf, Auctioneer
Adams will offer for sale the flue
American bark Ceylon. This vessel
is G4G tons register, a good sailer,
and is well fitted in every respect.
This evening nt 7:30 o'clock, nt
the Fort Street Church, Mr. Thos.
S. Southwick and Miss Anna J.
Brccsc will be united in the bonds of
nintriinony. A reception will bo held
later in the lcctuic room.
In tho Supreme Court, at Cham
bers, bcfoic Justice Austin, in the
bankruptcy of A. W. Richardson &
Co., claims to the amount of 811,
G8G.40 were proved. Messrs. W. C.
Parke -mid Geo. "W. Smith were
Coi.ost.i. Inukca, Collector-General,
will ship on Saturday by the
Alameda to San Francisco a little
over 5,000 tins of opium, which has
been seized since he first took oiUcc.
It should realize something over
815,000 after all expenses are paid.
Tub S. S. Alameda will sail on
Saturday at noon, sharp. The Post
office mail closes at 10 o'clock; n
late letter bag at 11 :30, on payment
of an additional five cents. See that
your letters arc properly directed
and stamped before dropping them
in the office.
At the San Francisco Stock and
Bond Exchange February lGlh, 3J
was asked for Hawaiian Commercial
Co.'s shares. Only 3 was bid.
For Hakalau plantation shares 3 was
bid. Before the session was over 15
shares of Hawaiian Commercial Co.
were sold at 3J.
Mns. John Magoon died at 1
o'clock this morning at her resi
dence, Queen street, from malarial
fever. The deceased was a very
active member of the Bethel Union
Church, and will be buried from
there this afternoon at half-past
Sam Lee keeps a wash house "hear
the Chinese Theatre and does the
washing for one of our well-known
citizens. Someone entered his pic
mises this morning and stole two
undershirts, two vests and one pair
of drawers, belonging to this citizen,
which were all ready for taking
home. A certain party is suspected
A I.AKGEI.Y attended meeting of
the members of the Bethel Union
Church "was held last evening in the
vestry of the church. A committee
reported that a charter of incorpora
tion lind been received, which it was
decided to accept. Tho meeting ad
journed for one week, so as to allow
the committee time to prepare tho
rules for the government of the
church. At the same time the trus
tecs will be elected.
By order of II. F. Glade, Esq.,
administrator of the cetate of Her
man Schriever, deceased, Mr. E. P.
Adams will sell on Saturday at 12
o'olock noon, the Schriever home
stead situated in Nuuanu Valley,'
also a valuable piece ot'lnml on King
street adjoining the Bethel Churcli,
with tho buildings and improvements
thereon, and the lease of a piece of
kalo land at Kaukahoku, Honolulu,
for the term of ouo year with privi
lege of'renowal. ,
In the Police Court this morning
five, native boys were charged with
assault and battery on a Chinaman.
The evidence was Ycry lengthy and
so conflicting that His Honor gavo
the boys the bcircllt of the doubt
and they were discharged. Ah Sue,
for having opium in possession, was
fined 850 and sentenced to one
mouth's imprisonment. Ah Sing,
llto Ohliuuntut caught smoking opliiin
on tho Alnint'dn yesterday, wits
gr.intcil u remand until lo-inormw,
so as lo obtain two wilnussos.
Lyons & l.ovcy will hold their
uvular cnh sale to-morrow morn
ing nt 10 o'clock, Ki'lllng amongst
other thing1, sugar, fiirnltuii!, har
ness nnd dry goods. At I'J noon,
tlicy will ncII one top buggy, one
second hand cut under I'arriagc,
and one bay and one black rarriagc
Tiuwi: persons using firu-arins
should bo very careful. Marshal
Sopcr tells us he has had bcveral
complaints from persons ho have
heard bullets whizzing past them.
Only the other day, when Mr.
Jainci Dodd was driving a number
of Japanese out to' Waikiki lo at
tend the funeral of one of their num
ber, hu heard a stray bullet whiz
right past him, but was unable to
say where it came from.
Tun Honolulu Athletic Associa
tion elected the following olllcers
yesterday for the ensuing year:
President, Mr. S. B. Dole; Vice
Presidents, Messrs. Fred. Wuiiden
bcrg and J. F. Brown ; Secretary,
Mr. J. B. Castle ; Treasurer, Mr.
C. Boltc. It was decided to inisc a
snlllcicnt sum on moilgago
of the Gymnasium lo pay off some
debts incurred by tho Association.
Instead of fouitccn Directors as
heretofore, the number w ill bo live
nnd consist of tho olllcers as above
named. It was also decided to let
the building when possible.
Postmaster General "Whitney has
lately had struck off a new shade of
the ten cent ilamp. It is a light
brown colour, and a very attractive
one. lucre arc now three shades
of the ten cent stamp, black, brick
and light brown. As soon as stamp
collectors hear of this new stamp
lucic is no doubt there will be a
great rush at the Post Olllce for
thein. There is a great' demand
abroad for Hawaiian stamps, and
we arc not surprised,' for there is
no country that can boast of a more
attractive set when complete.
One of our best known white ex
press diivers was arrested this
morning for violating express rules
by leaving his carriage without an
occupant. His case will come up
to-morrow. Some of the white
drivers are very indignant at the
vigorous manner in which the new
hack inspector prosecutes his duties.
Those arc the kind of men wanted
in olllce, and there is no doubt that
Macy is working a reformation
among drivers which is for the pub
lic good and safety.
Mn. Chas. Hammer, the well
known proprietor of the Corner har
ness store, has just received by the
Alameda direct from the manufac
tory, New York, a large number of
sets of gold, silver and nickel-plated,
genuine and imitation, rubber trim
mings. They arc most handsome
specimens of work. By the same
steamer he also received improved
stamps and presses, the same as are
used in all first-class shops, and he
is prepared to execute all orders as
cheap and as stylish as any house in
the trade. Two orders have ahead'
been received for a set of harness
with these new rriminings. Remem
ber that all of Hammer's goods are
Tin: Boston Transcript hays:
"No aristocracy was ever more
plainly marked by Nature than the
chiefs of the Hawaiian nation. They
uio very tall, very corpulent, usual
ly stern, though good heat ted, good
form and a development of muscle
that would entrance thu cyo of a
sculptor. These qualifications, as
such they are thought to bo by the
native, aro ptohably partly inherited
and partly the result of their habits.
They always have a large number of
retainers or attendants who fan
tlicm, brush away insects and diess
their hair and perions."
BY a man and wife (Portuguese), wllli.
out chlldicn, a situation. Nun Is
a good driver, and willing to do any
work. Woman can sew, wash, kicii
house, and look after children. Until
talk Knsilfh. Apply to M. A. GoiimIvps
&, Co., 57 Hold! st. 051 lw
I P. GRAY. M. D.,
JL . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Oillcc, first door west of Illnaiy Uulld
Ing. IIouih, fi oiii 0 to 11 a.m., and 2 to
and 7 to 8 p m. Kumluyi., 'J to 11 a, in,
Residence, cor. Kluau and Pciumcoln
streets. 1M8 ly
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OI'FIOJ: over HUhop & Co.'s
li.mk, and will he happy lo attend
to any ImslnubB entrusted to his cure.
The Knliio Slock of Mrs. V.
11. Wilkinson's Millinery Store
to be closed out by the iMlli
instant. The store is now op.cn
with the choicest goods dis
played. B No reasonable
By order of Assignees.
SJJI'SiEMK CWIIKT of the Ha
waiian Islands. At Chambers.
In the matter of the Ilankriiptcv of
AIAU (or LAU KOON YAU). Be'foie
AIAU (or LAU 'JvOON. YAU) doing
business as "a merchant in Honolulu,
and as a lire grower at Kalauao, in
linn, Island of Onlui, hn lug this day
been adjudicated bankrupt on his own
petition. It is hereby ordered that nil
crediting of slid bankrupt come in and
prove theli claims before me, at my
Uhu tubers, In Honolulu, on
Mnturilny, Fell. 28, 188.1,
At 10 o'clock n. in.
AND IT IS FUItTIlElt OltDEBED
that at 12 o'clock of said day the ci edi
tors do pioeeed lo hold an ELECTION
of an assignee or assignees of slid bank,
nipt estate, nnd that notice hereof bo
published dally in the Daily Hui.m.tin
and '. C. Advertiser, and once In thu
llntvaiiaii Gazelle, uuwppapcig.
Dated Honolulu, Feb. SO, 1885.
Jnstice Supieme Court.
Attest: Hr.MiY Smith,
Deputy Clerk. 000 td
In thu matter of CIIAKLES WIL
LIAMS, a banlciupt. before the Chief
Upon muling and tiling the sworn
petition of CHARLES WILLIAMS,
asking to be adjudged a bauUiiipt, and
having declared him a bankiiint:
IT JS OHDLHED that all creditor
of &,iid bankrupt appearand piovu theii
claims bcfoie the Hon. A. F.JudU, Chief
Justice of the Hupiemo Court, nlAlilo
On Tuesday, March 3rd, 1885,
At 10 o'clock a. m. of that day,
AND IT IS ORDERED that a notice
to the creditors of said bankrupt to come
in and prove their claims before the
Chief Justice at the time and place
afoiesaid, be published in the Iluivaiian
Gazette, and tlaee times in the Daily
AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED
that tho Marshal serve notices by mail,
ing same, post paid, d'nected to ibe ere
ditoi.s of said Charles Williams, at their
reputed places of icsidence, or I he post
olllce-, nearest theieto, to appear and
prove their claims as aforesaid.
Dated Honolulu, Feb. 23, 1S85.
A. F. JUDD,
Chitt Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: William FosiEit,
Cleik. 053 at
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing
rnilE ANNUAL MEETINCI of the
JL bharcholders.of the Hawaiian Car.
ringo Manufacturing Company ill be
held on Satunbij', Fcbv. 28th, at 10 a.m.
at their olllce, No. 70 Queen street.
E. G. SCHUMAN,
052 fit Sccretaiy.
JUST RECEIVED, per S. S. Alameda
a lino assortment of Wall Paper,
Of the -T-iiiteaL Style.
051 lw ALLEN & ROBINSON.
r11IE imdci signed have this day foim.
X ed a partnership under the linn
imine of feORENSON is LYLE, for
the purpose ot leasing and opciating the
Honolulu rTlurino Railway,
and carrying on a general Miipwrighl
Honolulu, Fob. 21, 1885. 05) lw
ALL BILLS duu thu ilim of C"lIAS.
.1. FISUEL inurithe paid pilnr to
Maich 1st, otherwho they will bo plac
ed in tlio builds of a collector witli an
tlionlyto enforce pnjnicnl. Oltlco at
flyman Bios., Queen hticet,
ESrHynian Bios. receipt will beMif-
018 10L C.J. FISH EL.
A Four.Roomcd COTTAGE,
with cook house, and evciy
convenience, to let; and Fur.
niliiio for dale. Apply on the piemiscs
at No, 187 Nuuanu btieet. 010 tf
HA UK FOK HAhVs.
AVERY FINE impoited MARE, of
Elmore slock, kind and gentle, be.
tween -1 and 5 years, a good roadstei
bold for no fault; aho, a top buggy,
nearlv new. Apply at this olllce, or to
J. P.MENDONCA, Pauoa Valley.
' i-. -
The American Hark
will be ollcred for sale as soon as dis.
charged, to close the Interest of tb Lite
Samuel W. Sweet, of Boston.
The esscl is a good sailer, hn made
the passage fiom Honolulu to New Ued
ford in 10!! days; she lias ju-,1 made the
ptssagc from Hongkong in .J!) days;
sho will carry S50 tons deadweight; is
well titled with sails, anchois, chains,
K.c. Has a good ichroiiom clcr. lias
now on board 'J 10 tons ballast, and can
be sent to sea nt once. The vessel c.ui
be eamined at Rrewei's whsu f, where
she now lies.
For p.uliculars apply to
051 lw C. U'REWER & Co.
Cornor King anil Fort Streets,
Is pieparcd to maue all kinds and styles
Fiom a locket i,e up. Island Views
and Royalty l'ictuies constantly
ou ll. 111(1.
O.VJ lw Proprietor.
A Small Lot of Eli,i Quality
fu Half BaucU.
For Sale, in Bond or duly paid, by
M. S. GRINBAUM & Co.,
9ft lm Queen Street,
AT an Adjourned Meeting of the Re.
ciprocity Sugar Co., held at the
olllce of W- K- Castle, Esq., on Fiiday,
Feb. 20th, the following olllccis weie
elected for the ensuing year:
President John E. Bush
Viee-Presldout W. II. Cuininlngs
Sccictary E. D. Tenney
Treasurer II. R. Macfarliine
Auditor F. W. Macfarlnne
Manager W, H.Cuinmings
Jloiird !' Dli'cotoi'ri :
W. It. Cattle, G. W. Mnufuihinc, CI'.
1 laukca, .1. S. Walker, J. II. Paly.
E. D. TENNEY,
051 lw Secretary.
Till: STORE OF CHUNG WO KEE
at Hanalci, Ibland of Knu.il, is
traii'-feirtd to the Hanalci Stoic Co.
CHUNG WO KEE.
Haualei, Kauai, Jan. 27, 1865. 01 1 2w
rpiIE Co-l'.iitiiuridiip doing buhiliess
X under the Hi m name of Haualui
Store Company, situated in the District
of 11, mule!, Island of Kauai.
H2W E. iCAALOA.
Building Lois lor Sale.
SEVERAL buliding lots lor silo or
rental Kapahiiuii, near thuXIuhc.
loiwii bridge, on the Enu side of the
lane leading lo Ausliu'.s estate. Easy
terms. Applv lo W. (J. ACHI,
iiw onico of'W. R. Castle. 837 if
3)-velliii' Iloiih-e t JLet.
mm The premises now orcupied
fSASW by Judgo McCuIlv, oil Buie-
fSUk'iTm?'' UilJllI SdL'Ul, 111 JVIIIWItUUIIUU,
will bo lenled after the 1st of February,
1885, at reasonable intcs. Tim house is
coniiuodjous, and tho outhouses cnn.
vcnicnl. Thu grounds aro well planted
with trees and bhrubb. Enquire of
002 tf S. B. DOLE.
At Puluina, near Itefonnalory
'School, a new and commodious
Icottago. Suitable for a family .
Has novcr been occupied, Easytunns
to a good tenant,
Good btabliug, ken-ants' rooms, and a
On Uio picmbes, or ,1. E. Wisi:ian, 27
Merchant st. Honolulu. 888
f acl8 & Urliaii gift! !
Honolulu, .Inn 11, IRS.1.
U O. IIKHUKK, ltt ,
Agi'iit Mnincnlr- it L'rlmn SnfOo.
1 1 is w illi great pleasure that
I add nly IcMlniniiy lo Uio I'ln-I'ioof
, qiitilllli of our Safe.
I hud n small tingle i!or MhciiomU &
Urban Snfu In last night's teirlhle fire,
I nml fit, m,f,iillt,r tin. Nin tills iiinr-tilnrr
...,,., .,.. v .v. ... v ..... ...w to,
found lis contents consisting of book,
P'lpurs, and money to tin amount of
$ioio-in ii:uri:cT condition'.
I am so well satlMkd with the result
that 1 want another Xo. 3 Safe at once.
GLO. M. ItAUl'P,
020 Germnula Maiktt.
o. n i-iii:i:tii.
w. c. TEACOCU
Freeth & Peacock,
2,'f. Xuiinim Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFER FOR SALE
At flic JUnvcNt 3Eurkuf ICulos
Geo Goulet Champagne, pints ft quarts.
Chas Farro " " '
Carlton Fieru " " '
Fine Old California Iliandy, in bulk,
l'uiu Virginia While Rye AVhiskoy,
Uudwolscr L'igcr Ilecr, pints and quarts
A large and well selected slock of
&C", &C, &c,
Always on hand and for sale at prices
Hint, defy competition. Country ordcis
solicited. All goods guaiauteed.
Tolephono 40. P. O. Box MO.
TnilE Undersigned Proprietor of tho
PIONEER STEAK CANDY FACTORY
desires to in form hispatioiisiind the pub
lie geuerallv that notwithstanding the
icecnt DISASTROUS FIRE, has erected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a much ninrcExtenshe Scale which
is now in Fiil.i. Oi'BIiaiiok, and which
will be in. complete working order by an
Early Arrival of new Machinery and
Too).-,; and is now again prepared '.to
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
and will always have on baud his deli,
cioub Fresli Made
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CREAMS,
RICH NUQAT IN BARS,
SUGAR" ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of great variety OKT
Gum Drops, and' Gum Fruit
Of all ilesciiptions. All those Homo
Made Fresh and Pure Confections, I fell
at CO cents PER POUND.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of the Finest Flavor, in all sizes always
on hand and ornamented in thu
most artistic btyle.
1WT.ITVCDE XJI3ES !
always fichh, as also
Home Made Mince Meat
for s.alo at CO cents per pound.
Will receive per Consuelo the bnlaucu
of my new machinery of the newest do.
signs lormaiiufuetuiing all descriptions
of plain Candies; thanking thu public
for pinvlous llbcinl patronage and so.
liciting a continuance of same.
Practical Confectioner and Pastry Cool.-.
'i in: oi.li hi'Ai.'i). 71 Hotel Hticet
P. O. Hon No. 75;. . . ..Telephone No. 7-1
LAINE & CO.
llavo a Large Stock of the
VERY BEST HAY.
Which is offered at Lowe-,1 MarkctPrices
Delivered Frcoloany part of tho City
AGENTS FOS THE
Paciflo Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Agcuts for tho Hoover Tulephone.
Commissioner of Deeds for California
Tclephono No. 147. 700