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FlilDAY, FEB. i!7, 188f.
SUM, MOON AND SEA.
All time (i om iinnii of lo-tlny, Feb. 2"
Sun Rlsc 18'J.1.
Moon Sotn ft 8.
High Tide (small) II 0.
High Tide (Inrgc) 15 III).
W1NII AMI WU.UIIDK
Hoportl Irom nuitn of yxetpulny
AuST&ySi. Thiirniomoler Huh..
4ll Vli I SJh 2h t till H lilltolSh
30.03 30.(W rtO.U 810 710 UT CUU
Wind, H. V. IIkIiI; Sky, Uiid; fern, heavy surf.
Stmr Lcliua from Wlndwnid Port.
BkOO Wlilttnoir. fioni 1'oit 'J'owikciuI
Sclir Mantiokawal from Knolati
Stmr Mokoltl for Windward Poits
'Sclir Wallelc fioni Mallko
Sclir Leahl from Koholalele
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
S S Alameda for Sun Franclen
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bgtnc J D prcckcls. Fril
Qr Bk Meteor, Casscn
Bk Forest Queen. Nell-son
Bktnc Mary Wlnklcninn, Baekiw
Bk Ceylon, Barstow
S S Alameda, Morse
Bk C O Whltmore, Calhoun
Stmr Lohua brought 2.900 bag of
tjuigar. She sails on Monday next at 12
noon, for Malmkona mid llamakua.
I'lie whaler Joepliinc arrived off poit
this n. m., from a efiiUe about the tine.
She has 30 bbls of oil. She will remain
off port for three or four days. The
Captain reports the winders Flcetwing.
Abraham Baker, Mary and Susan and
others. They are expected to arrive
here 'about the 10th of next month.
The Flcetwlug has 10 bbls of oil. She
appears to be the most successful of the
whalers, that the Josephine spoke.
The bk C 0 Whltmore, Capt Calhoun,
arrived this a. m., 25 days from Port
'Townsend with G30.000 feet of lumber
lumber" and 20,000 lathi, to Allen and
The Mary Wlnkleiiiaii has 40 tons of
freight on board for S F. She will vail
next weck.for Kahului to llnUli loading.
The ship Melrose is anchoicd out side.
She is draw ing 23 ft on an even keel.
Part of her cargo will be taken out.
Sclir Mnnuokawal brought r00 bags
rice and 150 bags of sugar.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Raymond tourists leave by
the Alameda to-morrow.
Lyons & Levey had a large at
tendance at their cash sale thi3
The S. S. Kinau may be looked
for early to-morrow morning, so as
to connect with the Alameda.
His Majesty the King will attend
the lecture by Prof. Agassiz this
evening at the Y. M. C. A. Hall.
Am. kinds of Artists, Materials can
be had at Kins Bros.' Art Store.
Messrs. "Wolfe & Edwards have
got a splendid lot of laying chickens
and ducks for sale.
The Alameda sails at noon to
morrow for San Francisco with
about 2,000 tons of. sugar and rice,
and 2,800 bunches of bananas.
Bisiior Willis has addressed a
pastoral- letter as to the observance
of the season of Lent, to the people
committed to his charge.
The Hawaiian Mission Chiltltcn's
Society will meet to-morrow evening
at 7 -.80, at the residence of tho Rev.
E. C. Oggel,'Nuuanu Valley.
This afternoon at 4 o'clock there
will be a private exhibition of .the
roller coaster at Central Park, corner
''' ot Beretania and Punchbowl streets.
Tms is the .season in which it is
naughty to do anything but sigh,
look glum, and melancholy. Such
seasons do not appear to be kept in
As the Band will play at the Hotel
this evening, there wil be no music
at the 6kating rink. However, the
manager will make up for. it in the
. . 1
The stock of Mr. Sam Nott,
which ho lately turned over to the
Pacific Hardware Co., is being re
moved to Messrs. Dillingham &
The Chinaman, Ah Sing, who
was found smoking opium on the
Alameda tho other day, has been
fined $50 and sent over tho reef for
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' A si'ecial Lenten service will bo
held at St. Andrews Church this
evening at 7:80 o'clock. The Bishop
deliver a. lecture on "The Re
pentance of David."
lihfiAvfKhr' toe.'G&tfuAh-.. tfrirW '""v-WVWMtnAHi tf
l'uor. Aj-niMz Ici'tiuex lo-iil-jlit.
Lati:st foreign ncivn trill be found
on our fourth pngo.
Kvkkvon'i; should ntlund Prof.
Agiississ' lecture this ccning nt the
V. M. C. A. Hull.
Mil. and Mrs. A. .1. Cnitwright,
.Jr., leave by Ihc Alnmcd.i to-morrow
for a trip to the Coast.
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Mit. Tom May -leaves by the Ala
inedu for a trip to tho Coast, which
wi- hope will fully icstoie his health.
Coi.. Snxo is a happy niiui, us he
received 10G pigs and 2 cows by the
J. 13. Sprockets yesterday in good
Tin: concert at Emma Square last
evening by the band was well atten
ded, and the various selections well
received, particularly the Southern
A MHUTixfi of Hawaiian Council,
No. G89, A. L. of H., will be held
this evening nt Harmony Hall at 7.30
o'clock. Important business will be
To-.nkiht at the Y. M. C. A. Hall,
Prof. Agassiz delivers his lecture on
the "Modern Theory of Coral reefs",
for the benefit of the Library and
Reading Room Association.
Tin: annual meeting of the share
holders of the Hawaiian Carriage
Manufacturing Co. will Wticld. at
their ofilce Queen street, to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock.
Quite a number of the tourists in
charge of Manager Joe. Titden visited
the Palace this morning. They were
shown over the fine building by the
Adjutant of the Household.
The Young People's society of
Fort Street Church will meet at a
quaiter before seven o'clock this
evening, so as to allow the members
to attend Prof. Agassiz's lecture.
It is said that tho Rev. II. P.
Jordan of Shelby ville, Shelby Co.,
Illinois, will be the new pastor of
the foreign Church at Kohalaj Ha
waii, in place of Rev. A. S. Houston,
"Tuaits of Scottish Character" is
the subject chosen by the Rev. ,Robt.
McKenzie for his lecture next Tues
day evening at Fort Street Church
for the benefit of Oaliu College
There .is a large pile of wood
standing on the bridge near the Chi
nese wash houses, which ought to
be removed at once, as several horses
have taken fright at it, and it is rather
dangerous at that spot.
Mil. Charles Livingstone, a nephew
of the famous African explorer, Dr.
Livingstone, is in town, lie is a
Canadian and came here by tho last
trip of the Alameda. It is his inten
tion to make this Kingdom his
home, if he finds a business opening to
Last evening during the wedding
leccption at the vestry of the Fort
Street Church, some wilful miscreant
let off it Chinese bomb close to a
door in the rear qf the building. It
caused great fright and confusion
for a few moments. One lad', a
Mrs. Scott fainted away, and it was
nearly an hour before she came to.
To-uorkow, at 10 o'clock, is the
time appointed for creditors to prove
their claims in the- matter of the
bankruptcy of Aiau, rice grower at
Kalauao, Ewa. At '12 noon, an
assignee or assignees will bo elected.
The funeral services for the late
Mrs. John Magoon took place at tho
Bethel Union Church yesterday
afternoon, the Pastor Rev. E. C.
Oggel officiating. Tlio Church .was
filled with the friends of the deceas
ed and tho floral offerings were very
beautiful. The remains were taken
to tho Nuunnti Cemctry.
A sailor on board the Alameda,
Manuel Nicols, was arrested at 12
o'clock last night by the Custom
House authorities, and is charged
with importing opium into tho King
dom. It will bo remembered that a
sailor from the schooner Millc Mor
ris was caucht in tho harbor the
other morning with 40 tins of opium
in. possession. He stated that the
man Nicols brought it from tho
Coast. A warrant was taken out
for the arrest of Nicols, but he was
not found, until Inst evening, when
Port Surveyor Mnrklmm and others
found him stowed awny on the Imrk
entitle Mnry Wiiiklenmn in tho fore
peak under tho chain locker. Hi
case will bo tiled to-morrow.
To'Moititow at 12 noon. Auction
eer Adams, will sell some property of
tho Into Herman Sclirclvcr, by order
of the administrator of the estate.
Kull particular in advertisement.
Si'.vuuAt. of the plato glass win
dows in Goo Kim's sloie facing
Hotel Street, were cracked during;
the late lire. Mr. (Juorgu Lucas
will replace theni at tho cost of the
Liverpool, London and Globe lu
Tin: Royal Hawaiian Band will
give another of their fine concerts
at the Hotel this evening. Several
paintings by Jules Tavernicr and
Joseph D. Strong will be on ex
hibition in tho parlors. Tho oppoi
tiinity will no doubt be availed of
by n large number of people.
A rami concert and an art exhibi
tion have been fixed for this evening,
regardless of the prior intimation of
a lecture by a distinguished scientific
visitor. Still, we arc glad to hear
that 'the concert is to begin later than
usual, and as for the pictures, they
can be viewed cither before or after
the lecture. Therefore, notwith
standing that another night should
have been chosen for the proceedings
at tho Hotel, wc hope that there will
be no diminution, on their account,
of the attendance that would be
given the lecture if it was the sole
attraction of the evening. Profes
sor Agassiz's subject "The Mo
dern Theory of Coral Reefs"
ought to possess interest for all in
telligent residents of this country,
not to speak of the privilege of hoar
such " a worthy son of a worthy
sire" as Prof. AgasMz.
There was a. large attendance at
Blower's wharf this morning, tt'hCn
Auctioneer Adams offered the bark
Ceylon for sale. Mr. P. C. Jones,
Jr., read a description of the vessel
and stated the reasons why she tt-as
to be sold. Tlic upset price tt-as
$7,500, but as there v-as no bid be
yond, the vessel was withdrawn. A
whale-boat was sold for $2 to Mr.
Morgan, and ttt'0 large tt'aler tanks
weie sold for 37 and S32.r0 to
Messrs. J. II. Paly a.nd Geo. 11.
TV0 AS ONE.
Fort Street "Church presented a
gay appearance last evening, when
Mr. Thomas S. Soutliwick, collector
for the Patt'aa Dairy, was united in
marriage to Miss. Anna J. Brcose,
city missionary. The ceremony tt'as
performed by Rev. .1. A. Cruzan.
The pulpit and platform were most
beautifully decorated, and the young
couple stood under a handsome
floral marriage boll. As the bridal
party entered the chinch, organist
Jones played a selection from
Wagner's Tannhauser. After the
ceremony was over the newly-married
couple left the church to the
strains of tho bridal march from
Lohengrin. A reception followed
in the vestry below, tt'here the
happy couple received the congrat
ulations of a large number of friends.
Some very handsomu presents were
displayed on the piano. Coffee and
cake ttcre handed round to all
present, and the occasion tt-as a
very joyous one. The Bulletin
extends congratulations and best
wishes to the happy couple.
DEATH OF BAZAAR.
The well known thorough-bred
Chestnut Kentucky stallion "Ila
zaar" died at Mnrshficld shortly be
fore six o'clock this mornjng, of
inllammalion of the bowels. "I.ti
zaar" was bred at the Woodburn
farm, near Lexington, Kentucky,
and is by Jack jMalonc, he by Lex
ington. In 187(5 he was sold to
Air. Vr. L. L-ritchard, oLSacramenlo,
for 85,000. He stood l.r. liands
high, tt-eighed l,)C5 lbs., and won
many raced wliilo on the turf, most
of his races being at two and four
miles. Air. K. It. liles brought
her in 1883, paying S1,!)0(). Late
ly he belonged to the Hawaiian
Hotel Stable Co., who have suffered
a great loss in the death of this line
animal, as he had engagements for
the present season amounting to
S2.-100. Dr. Urodio, V. K., made a
post mortem examination, finding
death resulted as stated above.
The Hocking Valley, Ohio, strik
ers, have been stnrvcd into accepting
their employers' proposition anil are
irfrt l wnrl..
o"-""b v !
WMTWWIWBnWP IIWH B 1 1 WmWllltWlllllHWIUlllWl
Tti ISiuuo Stock of Mrs. W.
H. Wilkinson's Millinery Stoic,
to be closed out by the 2-ltli
instniit. The store is now open
Willi tho choicest goods dis
played. tf$r No reasonable
By order of Assignee'.
SWaSEWaF. COt'K'r of ihe Ha
waiian r-OaniK At ('lianibirs.
In lliu mailer of the lJ'inkrnp'cv of
AIAU (or LAU KOON YAU). UtYoie
AIAU (or LAU "KOON YAU) doing
li'ibiui-d as u muicluuil In Honolulu,
ami as a lice grown- at Kal.inno, in
Uwa, Island of Oahn, liaing this day
been adjudicated bankrupt on his own
petition. It is hcieby oidcrcd that nil
ereditois of said b.inlCiupt come in and
proo their claims before me, at my
t'li'infburs, in Honolulu, on
i&tlui'dny. Fel. 28, JSS5,
At 10 o'clock a. m.
AK1) IT IS FUKTJIEK OHimKLM)
that at 12 o'clock oT t.ud dm the creditor-!
do piocccd to hold an KLKCTJON
of an assignee orasMgiucsot Mid I auk.
nipt estate, and that notice heieof be
published dally in the Daily Hcllltin
and C. Aiivci iiscr, and once In the
Ilanaiian Gasclle, liuwvp.ipprs.
Dated Honolulu, 1'ob. :0, lf-80.
.hiblicu Supieme Com t.
AttLt: 1Ii:m;y Smith,
Denuty Clerk. UoO td
2 rjJPl-fcKSiJS lo UJari In
In the matter of CHAIJLUd WIL
LIAMS, a bankiupt. llcfore the Chief
Upon reading and tiling the sworn
petition of ClIAltLUS WILLIAMS,
asking to bo adjudged a bankrupt, ami
having declared him a bank-nipt:
IT IS OKM'RKD that all ciedltois
of slid bankrupt appear and move their
claims bofoie the Hon. A. 1 JudU, Chief
Justice of the Supieme Court, al Aliio
On Tuesday, March 3rd, 1830,
At 10 o'clock a. in. of that day,
AND IT IS OUDLRIU) that a notice
to Ihe cicditor-i ot said bankiupt to come
hi and prove thtlr claims before the
Chief Justice at the time and place
alomsaul, no puniihlieil in tne Jiuivtiiiaii
Gazette, and three lime; in the IMilv
AND It' IS I-'UKTirEJi OIUlLItKI)
that the Martini seio notices by mail,
ing tame, post paid, diiccled to the cro
ilitois of said Charles Williams, at their i
H'putcd places of u-bidence, or the pilot ,
olliccs nearest theiulo, to nppeu- and j
piove their claims us afoicsaid. I
I'uttii 1.10:10111111, feu. UU, i3,.
A. V. JUDU,
Chief Justice Supif me Com t.
Attest: William I'o&Thi:,
Cleik. U0U lit
rilim ANNUAL Mi:r.TING of the
X t-hareholdeis of the Hawaiian Car.
riage laiuilacturing Company ttill bu
bold on Saturday, Febv. -bth, at 10 am.
at their nilice, o. 70 Queen i4rect.
K. G. SOHlLMAN',
O.V- 51 Secictary.
JL'ST HECI:IVI:T), pei' S. H. Alameda
a lino assortment of Wall Paper,
Oi'the XnUmi tti.vioH.
115 1 lw ALLLN A JIOIUJISON.
rSMIF iinilen-l!,'iied bine thih day foim.
X ed n piirini'rhi) under I lit; linn
name of feOHENsOX i LVLE, 'or
the pmpo3o of leiii-lnand ojici'Jtliig the
Honolulu Marino Railway,
and carrying on a ,i;cncral hhipttiijjhl
Honolulu, Feb. .'!, 1835. U51 lw
ALL BILLS due the Hi in of C1IAS.
.1. FISHLLiniift be paid prior to
Match 1st, olden-ho they ttlll bo pine,
ed In the liiimln of a (olleclnr with au
tlioiityto enforce piiyiui-nti, OMleu at
Hyiuan Bros., (Juetn btieet,
5rllyniaii Bios." itcelpt will bo hif
flulrjit. !M8 lOt C. J. riHIItL.
-.. u A rniir.Tldiininl COT-PAGI
;If8f2$X with cook hoiUe, and eery
bosSSiia convenience, to let; iiiiu'i-ur.
uitiiii) lor talc. Apply on the picmUcs
at Xo. 187 Xuiiaiiu .Stieet- 110 tf
3IAKK B''2t W.tSiS';.
.4 VEItY FINE imported MAKE, it
xV Elmoro btnek, kind nnd gentle, be
tween 1 aniiri yeaiii, a good roadster
bold for no fault; alio, a top buggy,
neailv nuu. Apply at thH olllce,or to
J. P.'MKNDONCA, Pauoa Valley.
Corner King and Fort Streets,
Is picpaied to mince all kinds and styles
From a locket size up. Island Views
and Royalty Pictures constantly
952 Uv Proprietor.
A Small Lot of E.Ui.i Quality
In Halt Ban elt.
For Sale, in Bond or duly paid, by
rvl. S. GRINBAUM & Co..
04 1 lm
'I' an Adjourned Meetint; of the lie.
cipiocity Suear Co., held at the
olllco of W. 11. Castle, Esq., on Friday,
Feb. iiOtli, the lnllowing olliccrs were
eiccicci lor mc ensuing year:
John 11. Kiish
, ."W. II. Cummings
E. 1). Tcniiev
.11. It. Macfarlane
P. Ar. "Mncfrtilanc
. ...W. II. Cummings
ECmill .if llll..tf.1 t -
W. It. Castle, G. W. JIacfarlane, C. P.
laukea, J. S. AN'alker. J. II. Paly.
P.. D. TEXNLV,
fl")l l-.v SecVi-tary.
"jnil'HSTOItK OF CHUNG WO ICEL
JL at Haiialcl, Island of Ivnual, is
liaiibTcrird to the Hanalei Store Co.
CHUNG WO KKE.
Hanalei, Kauai, Jan. U7, 1SS5. Oli '.'w
''IHE Co-Pnrtnersliip doinj; business
i under the llrm name of llannlel
Store Ooinpauy, situated in the District
of Hanalei, Island nt Kauai.
Oil 2 v.
Building Lois for Sale.
Sl'.VEIlAL building lota for fale or
rent at Kapalaina, near the Xiuhc
low al bridge, on the Ewa side of the
lane leadini: to Aiihtin h. estate. J.a'sy
terms. Apjllv to AV. C.ACIII,
Ijw olllco ufjW. It. Castle. S37 tf
l-".velliij- I1oiik5 to Iwtst.
flkw, a Tlie premises now o(cupied
?"ift.l bv.IudgoMeCully, on Bcre
feSffiate laiilft Mieet, in Kuloal.aliua,
ttill bu irnted after ihp Ut of IVbiuary,
1S85, at leasonablu intes. The hoiisu is
eoinmodioiM. and the outlioue con.
veuicnl. The grounds are well planted
with trees and shrubs. Enquiieof
002 tf S. B. DOLE.
At Palatini, near Kefoiniatory
School, a new and coinmotlioiiB
cotlace. Suitable for a family.
Has never been occupied. Easy terms
to u good tcunnt.
Good btnbling, teivantb' roonu, and n
On the pu'iiiiMM, or .1. E. Wiruman, 27
Meichant ht. Honolulu. 888
1 Y ii man and ttlfo (Porlugiie-ic), with
JL out children, u situation, .Man ib
a good driver, and willing to do any
work. Woman can sow, wash, l;coj
hniiiii, nnd look after children. Both
talk KnglLh. Apply to 31. A. Gnnuilves.
cc Co., .V7 Hotel st. lint lw
I.) P. GRAY. M. D.,
1 . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Otllce, llrst door tt-ebt of Llbiaiy Build
ing. Hours, from 9 to 1 1 a m., and 2 to 4
and 7 to 8 p.m. Kumlnyii, ! to 11 a.m.
Besidence, cor. Klnau and Peinmeoln
streets. 1'iB ly
RflR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE ovar HUliop & Co.'.s
Bunk, and will be happy to attend
to any biiblnct.3 entnibtcd to Ida care.
r-'tTr TJtifH&r 1
Tacneale & Wan Safes !
llonnli'lii. .1 in 11, 1885.
o. o. UKimr.K, K-.J ,
Agent Marnffdp A, Uri.an Safes.
It i with grcnt pleninro that
I mhl my testimony to the Hrc-Proof
(IiMlittai of your Safe.
I had n sinrill tingle donr Maciitnle &
UilnnBrtfc in lu nlRlit'a terrible flte,
and, on opening the Mtno this morning,
round its cotiiwit coiisUtliig of book,
papers, nnd money to the ninount or
$1010-1N 1'KRFK'T OONMTIOX.
I" am so well mtllillwl with Ihc result
that I want another Xn. 3 Snfe at once.
OHO. 21. ItAUI'P,
02(5 Qorniania Market.
u. ti. ruisuTii.
tt . f. l'KACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
iiii ZVuntinu SJicct.
HONOLULU, It. I.
uri'Tl! POH SALU
At iise- I.ovicsi 3Rrktt Uatou
Geo Goulet Cliainpague, pints & quarts.
ChasFane " ' " "
Carlton Frere " " . '
Fine Old California Biiuuly, in bulk,
Pino Virginia White Pyo Whiskey,
Biulw eiser Lager Beer, pints and quarts
A large and well selected stock of
S.Q., &c, &c,
Always on hand and for sale at pilces
Hint defy competition. Country orders
solicited. All goods gunianlccd".
Telephone 1C. V. O. Hox SCO.
'TMIK Unileihigncd Proprietor of the
' wmi ssieak mm mwi
desires to inform bis patrons and the pub
lie generally that notwithstanding the
recent DISASTROUS F1KE, has erected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On if iniidi moie Extensive Scale tthith
is now in Fi'Li. Oit.ua'iiok, and tthich
will be in complete ttorkingoider by an
Early An rial ot new Machinery nnd
Tools; and is now again picpaied o
CHOIGEST PURE CANDIES
awl will al-.Miyt, have on hand his deli
cious Prch Made
VANILIiA CIIOCOLATiS OHEAMS,
RICH NUGAT IK 13ARS,
SUGAU ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of j;i eat variety OFT
Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit
Of all dctciiptioiiF. All those Homo
Made Fresh and Pure Confections, I tell
at .r)0 cents PEB POUX1).
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of Hit Finest Flavor, in all sUc3 atttays
on bund and oriiumciilcd in the
most artistic style,
iihray fie Ji, .is aho
Homo Made Miuce Meat-
for hilo at CO cents per pound.
Will j i reive per Cciihiielo the balance
of my new machinery of the newest de.
sJims forniaiiulaLliiriii-: all descriptions
of plain Candicb; tliiinkliif; tho public
for proloiis libeial patronage and so.
liclting a coiitiuuance of same.
1'iactieal Confeclioner and Pastry Cook.
T.iui ot.t) stand. 71 Hotel street
P. O. Box No. 75;. . . ..Telephone No. 74
LAINE & CO.
Havo a Largo Stock of the
VERY BEST HAY.
Which is oflercd at Lowest .Market Prioos
Dolivorcd Free to any pari of Iho City
AGENTS FOS THE
Pacific Mutual Life lusuranco Co.
Agents lor the Hoowr Telephone.
Commissioner of Decdsfor California
Telephone No. 147. 700 M
1 ' i m iii-AiaUrf y mmiu