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SATl'llDAY, JAN. !, 1880.
. January !i
Stnir Ivliinu from Wludwuid I'orts
Stmr Llkollko from luihulul
Stmr Iwtilanl fiom Jlninakua
Stmr das f Dowottfioni .Molok.il
Schr Kidaiu.iuu from Koholulele
Stmr Kllaueu Hon for Windward Port
SehrXetth' Mi'iilll for Lnhalna
VESSELS LEAVING OH MONDAY.
Stmr Kliinu for the Volcano
Stmr .1 n-4 Mnkeo for Kapua
Stmr Llkollko for ICiiliulul
Stmr .Ins I Do welt for Molokal
Sehr ICulainunu for Koholulele
Schr llulrakula for IVpcekeo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk l.nvspilug, TIhiummi
ltk VlcloilnCio-. liobeilsoll
Jtk I'Mnoie, Jouks
Bk 0 H BMiup, Waller
Ilk Calbarlon, Hu'ibaid
Ilk Heper, ityder
l!k Lady Bowen, Hodd
Bktno Amelia, Xowhall
Turn W S Howne, Paul
Fiom Windward 1'oils per SS Klnaii.
.Ian tllli Ills Miiji'-ty King ICnlak.ma.
Her Majesty Queen Kiiptnliiul, Col C II
.Indd, lion Geo E HiehanNon. lion. I W
ICalna, lion Xukaloka, V II Hayeldeii,
.1 I) Frazioa, E I) Baldwin, L 0 Lyman,
(' II White, .1 Mngulie. V Iliuvhnidt, 1'
It Vlda. II C! Vltla. V 1) Baldwin, Lan
Chong, Awni. li- Grace I'm tor. -Ml"
II Kanohnku, .Mr". I Aidd. Mr Kalola.
MU Well. Ills Low K MN H Kenton.
,MI A Hontou. Mi"s K HlndOli"Ol
Altkln, MKs M A Perry, 0 It Crockett,
wife and child. M K Sllva, wife and
child, and 120 deck pawngi'i-.
From Ilamakna per stmr Iwnlanl .Ian
llth Mr Llomirnns -Mr Sproid. one
Chinaman and 2:t deck.
Stmr Klnan brought '.'118 bug sugar
0!l "liecp, :i mules 2 hor-o, 100 hides, i)U
htmr .las Makoe -alls on Monday at ."
) m for ICapaa nl .
Steamer lwalanl brought 1528 hag- of
-iigar. Siie Mill on Tin-day.
LOCAL & CEHERAL NEWS.
Lyons &. Coin: have a large sale
of liquors on Monday :it ten o'clock.
Skats are becoming scarce in the
box plan for the Ward-Vernon per
formance. Two pedagogues came over the
Pali this morning on two gray hor&es
as much alike as two peas.
Mn. C. 11. Wilson's shotgun, that
was lost in a lake at Koolau re
cently, was recovered the other day
Tin: Bicycle Tournament at the
Central 1-ark rink to-night promises
to be one of the most entertaining
events of the season.
J. T. Wati:iuiousi: has removed
his crockery and hardware business
from King street to his building ad
joining his Queen street store.
It was very laughable to see the
boys devouring pic last night at the
Yoscinito Bink. To-night will occur
a repetition of the ludicrous sport.
.... . - -'
II. Ii. II. Piuxcims LikcliUc will
hold a reception on Wednesday, 13th
inst., from two to five v. m., the oc
casion being the thirty-fifth anni
versary of her birthday.
Next mail for the Coast will be
by the Zealandia, due on Tuesday
from the Colonics. Applications
for foreign money orders should bo
.made before Monday noon.
Owixo to the great pressure of
advertisements, wo issue a supple
ment with this issue, so as to give
our readers all of the large amount
of local and other news accumulated
Among, the literary small talk in
one of the papers received by the
last steamer, it is reported that
King Kalakaua is preparing for
publication an account of his tour
around the world.
Hit. W. Waterhouse, of Cedar
liapids, Iowa, will lead the gospel
temperance meeting at the Bethel
Union Vestry at 7 ::10 this evening.
As Iowa is a prohibition State, some
very interesting information may be
expected from the chair.
Li:tii:us received from Iiov. A.
A. Sturgis bring news of his con
tinued bodily vigor, though ho has
not been able as yet to go out much
from the house. His wife and
daughter are with him, occupying a
pleasant cottage in Oakland.
Tiik William liowe who died in
hospital yesterday was a recent ar
rival in the country. William Hoe,
-ho works in tho foundry, as the
oased did, was thought by many,
Vie similarity of names, to
tho person repotted dead
of yesterday. In con
startled many of his
i-day by appearing
mletl on a new
immh ii ri" " mmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmj i
M . - -, j- ii t .ii nitii- I I a i - -E- t- iw ' - ' .. .,- - . - j
OJh llOthO oil till) Mftukll skto of
Intf atrceti ii aliort illstanco on the
town side of the bridge. There arc
landscapes, with beautiful birds in
them, being put on the front, and
the top of the building Is adorned
with highly ornate pieces of carved
work. The coloring Is really beauti
ful, while the designs arc artistic in
the Chinese fashion.
Somk Chinese burning incense in
a private lane off King street below
Maunakea, last night, left lire be
hind them. Shortly before ten
o'clock two residents of 1'alaina
going home observed brisk llames
rising from the spot, within a few
inches of a building, and a train of
combustibles leading to the lattice
work at the base of the structure.
After rapping at the door of the
siiop on that side without response,
limy opened the gate and put out
At a meeting of Hawaiian Coun
cil, No. (!8!l, A. L. of 11., held last
evening, the following olllecr.s were
elected: Past Commander, C. A.
Brown ; Commander, .1. F. Fckart ;
Vice Commander, E. W. Tucker ;
Orator, A. 0. Forbes ; Secretary,
J. A. Palmer ; Collector, K. W.
Peterson; Treasurer, C. llustacc:
Chaplain, W. 1). Alexander; Guide,
T. F. Lansing; Warden, Geo. C.
Stratemeyer; Sentry, Julius Asch.
Mr. Charles II. Kldridge has been
appointed Deputy Supremo Com
mander of this jurisdiction.
Srr.AMini Iwalani brings news of
pretty good weather. The llonokaa
mill has shut down for several days
to put in a new double effect. The
steamer Ivy Holmes, after being
towed off Ililo beach, was to steam
to Kukiiiliaele, where Capt. Wilfong
was to receive and pilot her to this
port. It is further learned that the
steamer, after accomplishing a por
tion of the distance from Ililo to
Kukuihaclc, was compelled to put
back. The supposition is that she
Mu. Z. Y. Squires has issued a
manifesto on public affairs, conclud
ing with a recommendation of Messrs.
A. Marques, II. S. Swinton and D.W.
P. Kealaiila and himself as indepen
dent candidates for the district of
Honolulu. The paper is strongly
against Asiatic immigration Chi
nese and Japanese opposes a Ha
waiian protectorate of the South
Sea Islonds (which Germany and
Spain have already appropriated,
savins our politicians of all kinds
further trouble on that score), and
pronounces against the contract la
bor law. Mr. Marques said to our
representative that he was in nowise
committed by the document, but'
would probably speak for himself
Tin: late Mr. George K. Sherman,
whose death occurred yesterday
afternoon, at the American House,
was one of the old residents of this
Kingdom. Mr. Sherman's birth
place was in the State of Virginia,
and lie has been in this country over
10 years, and was a very intimate
friend of Kanichameha III. He
-was many years in Kona, Hawaii,
carrying on the business of saddler,
and about five years ago removed
to Honolulu, where he was engaged
in the same business until about a
week ago, when ho was taken ill.
His death was caused by an attack
of dysentery, under which he sank
in a few hours. Mr. Sherman leaves
a large family of sons and daughters
to mourn their loss ; and was highly
respected by a largo circle of friends
Fuusii Mince Pies daily from and
after date at Mellcr & Hnlbe's Con-
Fnr.sii Cream Cakes and
daily from and after date at
& lialbc's Confectionery.
The Band will play at Emma
Square this afternoon at 4 :30. The
following is tho piogrammo:
Polonal-e. In l'rldalArray. . .Mer.dorf
Ovci'mu If I weio thu King.... Adam
CJalop .lollv Urelliien Faust
Walt Golden Myrtle Falubach
Song lu tho C'aiild Wast. .Mendelsohn
Mallet music A-torga Abci t
QUEEN EMMA'S BEQUEST TO THE
By the terms of her will, the late
Queen Dowager left all her private
library to the above named institu
tion. Owing to certain legal com
plications arising from the will being
contested, tlieio has been some delay
in carrying out tho liberal inten
tions of Her late Majesty. It is
believed that these dilllcultics have
all been now removed and the mem
bers of the association will soon en
joy the uso of the largest and most
valuable accession which has ever
been made to tho library.
The committee having tho matter
in charge have- been diligently em
ployed in classifying, arranging and
cataloguing tho books, which are
between live and six hundred in
number, and hope at a very early
day to open them to the inspection
of the public.
tlitlfl MAJESrifc HETURN.
J'helr Mi'jcatica tho King and
Queen being expected to ariivc this
morning by the steamer Kinaii, ar
rangements were made for a right
royal reception. The ltoyal Guards,
headed by the Royal Band, were to
escort the royal party from the
steamer's wharf to tho palace, but
through some misadventure the
steamer Likelike was reported .19
being the Kinau, and, at an early
hour this morning, the Hoyal Guards
marched to the beat of a still drum
to receive the King and party, who
did not then arrive. It was deemed
best, after the blunder was com
mitted, to receive tho party at tho
Palace with a truly civic ovation.
As the steamer Kinau approached
her berth this morning with the
royal standard Hying from the main
mast, a royal salute of seven-second
guns was fired from the battery in
honor of the arrival of their Majes
ties. The Governor's staff Majors
liosa and Holt and Col. Boyd, in
uniform were on tho wharf when
the steamer came in, as also were
lions. W. M. Gibson, J. A. Cum
mins, A. S. Clcghorii and others,
who accompanied the royal proces
sion to the Palace.
THE SECRET SOCIETY CASE.
The Chinese secict society case
was concluded in the Supreme Court
yesterday afternoon. Evidence had
been given by the prosecution of the
raid upon tho house, in Berctauia
street, and tiic seizure of defend
ants out of an assembly of nearly
a hundred persons, together with
paraphernalia, documents, etc. A
Chinese witness said a ceitilicatc
produced was for membership in the
Tong Iling Society, members of
which in China would be beheaded
if detected. Tho defense showed
that the society was an open, benevo
lent association, and that admission
to the building was free to every
body at all times. Also, that the
assembly on the occasion of the
raid was convened for the celebra
tion of the birthday of the Buddhist
god Sau Mow Chang Quong. In
charging the jury, Judge Preston
severely commented upon the Mar
shal's illegal using of a warrant to
search premises on King street, for
the purpose of violently entering
another place on Berctauia street.
Ho said the law had been grossly
abused, lirst by using a warrant in a
different place than sworn to ; and,
second, by the use of force to gain
admittance. After a consultation
of only nine minutes, the jury re
turned with a verdict of not guilty,
SOUTH SEA ISLANDS.
Capt. Lovell, of the Hawaiian tern
Ke Au Hou, writes in a private let
ter by the schooner Jennie Walker,
dated Jaluit, Dec. 10th: "The Ger
man Government have duly pro
claimed their protectorate over the
Marshall and Caroline groups, and
have as a first start issued bulletins
to say that they will acknowledge
land sales made before third parties
before the date of their assuming
the protectorate, but they will not
allow any purchase of land to bo
made until further notice, and it
seems to me as though that was an
attempt to shut out other than the
German firms from doing business
hero. Speaking to the Gorman Con
sul yesterday about it, he told ino
that eventually wo should be allowed
to purchase a little land, sullicicnt
for a station ; but not at present,
until they had niado things a little
bit straight. There is, 1 hear, a
governor or commissioner appointed,
who is now on his way out from
Germany, and is supposed to arrive
here next month or thereabouts.
How they intend to run tho islands
(that is, their policy) is not declared
yet, but I have a notion that Ameri
can or English goods will have a
big import duty put on them at
once, so as to make an outlet for
German manufactures. However,
at present things are running just
the same as ever, pending tho
arrival of the saul commissioner.
Whatever their policy 111113 be, I feel
assured they will try to clod 11113'
American and English imports,
"I have also to inform you that
tho weather amongst tho islands has
been something unheard of, and the
vessels here cannot possibly get
from island to island nothing but a
bcrics of calms and a succession of
gales of wind. 1 have to report the
loss of two vessels, both owned 1)3'
Messrs. Henderson tX:Macfarlane, of
Auckland, N. Z. one the schooner
Mazeppa, lost on Pakin Islands, and
now the brigantino Hansom. We
had a gale here last week which
washed away a large portion of the
wharf belonging to tho Deutche
Handels & Plantagen Uompairy of
Hamburg, and washed into tho
copra house of 0110 of the Pacific
Navigation Company's traders on
Mille, washing nwoj' more or less
copra, said to be about two tons,
and doing damage generally. How
ever, wo have the trade winds down
now, and I think wo are going to
have a little steadier weather. We
have had lots of rain, und all the
islands are looking prime."
In a letter dated Majuro, Mar
shall Islands, Aug. 20th, Captain
LoVflll glVf " loU ftlilpplug Uotnl
of Int'W. I -.0 Win. 11. Stevens,
Crawford's, of San Francisco, was
over four months from Legiep going
on a trip round the Gilbert giotip,
which generally takes about six
weeks or so. Myers, formerly mato
of the Morning Star, who took tho
Kapiolani down, had charge of the
schooner Lily, belonging to A.
Capclle & Co. Tho Lily is a fine
little schooner of about 25 tons,
built on Legiep Island by Mr. Chas.
Foster, a young fellow who served
his time in San Francisco, and she
does him credit, as she is fair to
look at, and sails better than any
vessel down there.
From another source wo have tho
following items : The Jcnnio Walker
brings news of fighting between the
people of Tarava and Apaian, tor
mented by the laborers who returned
from those islands to Tarava. A
German Commissioner is on his way
to reside in Jaluit and have juris
diction over the islands of which
Germany now claims possession.
Former purchases of lands will bo
recognized as valid by the Commis
sioner, but no more laud can bo
bought without his consent.
Human Catiiui.ic Oatiii:duai..
High ma-s :il 10 a. m. Ilenedletiou of
tho lllcj-ed Sacr.llileiit at I l. M.
Y. M. C. A. Young Men's llllile
Class In the parlor at 0.15 a. m., con
ducted by tho tieneral Secretary.
Gospel prai-e. ,-crvlce al ll.'IO p. 111.
W. C. T. IT. A gospel temperance
meeting wilt be held on the wharf, foot
of Fort street, ;i.:iO l'.M. flood hn;liig,
led by a hand cornet, will be piovldud.
l)i:Tm:r, Union Ciiuitcu. Hev. K.
C. Oggel. pastor. Preaching by the
pastor at 11 A. M. and ".:)() P. m. Morn
ing subject, ChrNt the judge." liven
ing, a praise and gospel service, in
which the church choir and a full chorus
choir of young people will a-lt. Sub
ject, "His wife was the ciiu-e of It.''
Scats free all welcome.
Four Stkixt Cnrucii. Hev. J. A.
Cru.au, pastor. Preaching by tho
pa-tor at 11 A. .m., on, "Shall wo draw
the net as well as lea-li it?" At 7.IS0 v.
M.. "Tho leasons why." The pew
holders having, at Mr. Cru.an's rcque-t,
con-cnted to make their pews fiee 011
Sunday evenings, all are invited to conic
early and make their choice of seat.
There Is to he a change in the character
of the evening -ervlecs, congiegatlonal
singing, led by 11 cornet and other In
struments and a churns choir, being a
St. Axiiukw's Catiii:dkai.. The
first congregation will have services,
conducted by tho Bishop of Honolulu,
to-morrow, as follow: Holy communion
at O.'tO a.m. ; matins, and .-ermon by Hev.
A. Mackintosh, at !). '10 a. M.; Sunday
school at 11 A. m.; evensong and cate
chetical lecture by the UNhop, at ii 1. M.
Xn appropriation of seats. Tho hccoud
congregation, conducted by Hev. flco.
Wallace, will have Sunday school at 10
a. m. In the Piuiahou Preparatory school.
Morning prayer, with sermon, at 1 1 a.
m., and evening prayer at ".HO l'. Jt.
The Pacific Bicycle Gli
Will give its first Exhibition at the
CEXTHAfi PAHK SKATING KIXIC,
TO-NIGHT ! TO-NIGHT !
4 Contestants to travel 5 miles each
against time for au
ELEGANT GOLD MEDAL,
to bo awarded by tho Club. Also,
A Magic Lantern Show
will ho given after tho Illcyclu
Wo hope to ho patroulcd by a res
peetabhs portion of this community for
the purpo-c of hhowiug tho advantage
of Bicycle Hiding, It being the most en
joyable and health' f-port extant. It
Kali hi Road.
Wo have received instructions tooffor
at public auction, on
Monday, Jan. 25th
At 12 o'clock noon, ot our salesioom,
those certain eleven
Val'ble House Lots
On the Kalihi Hoad, near tho residence
of dipt. Lorcnzcn of Steamer Likelike,
at the following upset prices, vi.:
12201x10(1 feet..: $375
!l 2(M.l(iO " .. 225
1205x100 " .. 225
5-205x100 " .. 275
72111x125 " .. 100
S 21:1x185 " .. 175
0 SOJvllO " .. 475
10 805xlC0 ' .. 275
ii205.i7o " .. ::oo
12205x100 " .. 200
111 205x100 " .. 175
Tlieso Lots are on tho rising ground
Jiiat beyond the What Cheer House and
command a tine view of Hlamoml Head
and the fccu.
From thu natural slope of the hind
tlio opportunity for diaiuagc is perfect.
Terms of Sale ;will he One-half Cash,
Balance in 2 Yeare,
Secured by mortgage with Interest at 8
,E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
221 13t Auctioneers.
Valuable Real Estate
For Sale by Private Coutract or at Pulilic Auction.
The undersigned have received lntriictlonn from Messrs. G. W.
fin lane & Co. to oiler for sale at miction, at our salesrooms", on
MONDAY, JANUARY 25th,
AL Vi O'clock, Noon,
Unless previously disposed of by private Sale,
The hole of that valuable eity pioperty known as the I100TH ESTATE,
excepting only the corner lot, owned by Jlr. James Olds, containing In nil
20,!)!)0 bfpiaro feet, together with houses, stores and buildings thereto be.
Tills is the most compact aud desirable piece of property ovor offered
for talc in Honolulu. Its main frontages are 75 feet 5 inches to Nimanu
stieet, and Oil feet 0 Inches to Hotel street. The rear front of the properly
extend!- fioinXuuanu street, back of Messrs. Castle & Cooke's line brick
w.mihonse and store, 172 feet 11 Inches to Hose Lane, the side frontage
ulonir tho lino of the Hoblnson lot to Hotel street being 112 feet .'1 Inches.
'Hie value of this and tho adjoining property might be greatly en.
haiiccd by carrying Hose Lane 'traight through to Hotel street. Access is
ji.ul to Hotel and Nuuanu streets from the rear and center of the estate by
lanes long in u-e on thu property itself.
Situated in the liturlof the retail business quarter of the city, nnd
having a large aieu of available building space unoccupied, this property
holds out unusiKil inducements to capitalists us u permanent investment.
The piesent annual investment is ij 1,600, or 10 per cent, on $15,000; but an
the leases expire shot tly, the rental might be Increased to $ (1,000 a year
without expenditure for repnirs or additions to buildings. If the estate
were sold as a whole, however, by judicious and inexpensive Improve
ments which a practical eye would suggest, even this largo prospective In
come might be very considerably added to.
The Nuiianu street frontage is occupied by n row of two-story build,
ingi, the upper story being need as dwellings, und the tlrst flooi ns stores,
which are always in occupation. Hcstauiants and retail stores similarly
occupy the frontage on Hotel street.
The old International Hotel is in the center of the property, aud goes
with the lot. It is used as a lodging house nnd pays handsomely.
Atio'her advantage of this lino property ns au Investment Is Its excel
lent b.iiutnry condition, it is on the highest part of the city, iiukhI of
llcrctuniu stieet, and Is therefore easily diulned.
The properly, if not disposed of before date of sale, will be flrst put up
us a whole in one lot. Failing a satisfactory purchaser, wc shall then put
it up in lots, for which purpo'e it has been subdivided into lxteen lots.
We sliull oiler these lota at the following upset prices, viz:
Lot Xo. 1 .$ I,fc00
Lot N (i. 2 1.K00
Lot No. y 1,000
Lot No. 1 1,000
Lot Xo. 0 1.C00
Lot No. 7 8,500
L'JtNo. 0 1,500
Lot No. 10 ,750
Lot No. 11 3,750
Lot Xo. 18 2,750
Lot Xo. lit) limn
Lot. No. 15 1,500
Lot No. 10 1,500
And upon llie following favorable, terms:
One-third Gash. Balance in 1, 2, and 3 years, with
Interest at 7 per cent, per annum, secured
ESP Wc solicit an examination of this property, and confidently recom
mend the investment as a permanent paying one, with greater contingen
cies for advancement thnu almost any other kind of property.
A Plan of the Property can bo mccii at the Office of
E. P. ADAMS & Co., Auct'rs.
P.O. BOX 315.
Heal Estate Agent,
Wilder's Steamship Agent,
Great HuMington Kuilio.ul Agent
SUPltroiH COUKT of the Ha
wuiiuu Island-!. In thu matter of
the Bankruptcy of AICIONA. Befoie
Chief Justice Judd.
Akiona, doing business In Walluku,
Island of Maul, having this day been
adjudicated hankiupt on the petition of
H. Hack fold & Co., It Is hereby ordered
that all creditors of said bankrupt come
in and prove thuir claims before me, at
my Chambers, in Honolulu, on
Monday, January 11, 1886,
At 10 o'clock a. in.
Aud it is further ordcied that upon
said day tho creditors do proceed to hold
the ELECTION of an assignee or as.
signeus of said hankiupt e.-tulc, and that
notice hereof bo published in thu Ilaiv.
ilium (Itiziltc once, and in Daily Hui.i.i
tin three limes picvious to said day.
Dated Honolulu, Dec. 20, 1885.
A. V. JUDD,
Chief Justice Supicmo Court.
Attest: llu.siiv l' I'oou,
Second Deputy Clerk. 210 3t
To the Business Community:
QUAHTKKLY Bills Distributed, Ac
counts made out, Books written up
ami Balanced, Collections of Accounts
u specialty. Every Business Man bhoald
call un me who desho the above busi
ness attended to. .1. P.. WISK.MAX,
2011 lin General Business Agent.
For Family use, in 20-lb. Kits,
Extra Mess Codfish,
No. 1 Mackerel,
217 CASTLE Si COOKi:. lw
ww,Jti m fc r-r MrirrrrntrTl!iMW
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom llouso Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Opera House,
Fire and Life Insurance Agent,
SUPKEME COURT of the II.
w-aiiau Islands. In the matter of
tho Bankruptcy of THOMAS E.
KHOUSE. Before Chief .lustlco Judd.
Thomas E. Krousc, of Honolulu, hv.
Ing this day been adjudicated bankrupt
on Ids own petition, It is hereby ordered
that all creditors of t-aid bankrupt come
in and prove their claims bo fore me, at
my Chambers, lu Honolulu,
On TiiCNday, Jan. 10, 1886,
at 10 o'clock a. m.
And it is further ordered that, upon
said day, tho creditors do proceed to
hold the ELECTION of au assignee or
assignees of s.iid bankrupt estate, and
that notice hereof bo published in the
Daily Bulletin two times previous to
Dated Honolulu. January 8, 188G.
A. F. JUDD.
Chief Justice of the Supremo Court.
Attest: Hr.NHY F. Poon,
Second Deputy Clerk. 221 2t
ov Aiislmllu, at
Nolle's Beaver Saloon.
Cliungu of Locution.
HF. HEUBAKD, American Express
Company, has roinoved his
No. 60 Fort St., with J. A. Palmer,
where he can bo found at all times,
517 8w .)
a witadtfiiKafc. ' '