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Slim Mokolil fioin Moloktil
Stmr IMauler fiom Ivan.it
Schr Wnlehu from Kauai
Schr Rob Itoy from Koolau
Sulir I.ealil from llanalol
Schr Muuuokawal fiom Koolau
Stmr Klnau for tho Volcano
Htmr .las Mukeo for Knpaa
Stmr Llkellko for Kahulul
Htnir .las I Dowsott, for Molokal
Kchr Kulainanu for Koholalelcs
Schr llaleakula for IVpceKeo
Sellr Manuokuwnl for Koolau
Slmr Mokolll for Molokal
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Slmr IMiuilur for Kauai
Stmr IwalanI for llamakua
Stmr Lohua for llamakua
Selir Hob Uoy for Koolau
belli- Wulelm for Kauai
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Lovsprlng, Thoni'en
Bk Victoria Cross, JtobciNnn
ilk Elslnorc, Jeuks
Ilk U K ll'shop, Walter
Uk Calbiii Ion, ilubbaid
Ilk Hespcr, Hyder
Ilk Lady Bowen. Hodd
ltktuc Amelia, XuwhnU
Turn W S Hownc, Ta.'l
From Kauai, per steamer I'lanter,
Jauuarv ilth Colonel Curtis l Iaukea,
Mls Ko-io Mukcc. MUs Katu Makce,
Miss K B Knight, Miss E V Hull. Miss
Kate Hogers, Jllbs J Schmidt, Mls.s M
Prcdenboig, Mls Alvoiui Wulcko, Miss
Marlon Dole, E G Hitchcock, Jr, 11 II
Smyth and wife. Clarence W Asllford,
W J Forbes, J Kamal and wife, Master
II Boyd, II A Mylire, Walter Dole, I)r
K Brandt, A Pave and wife, Mitogen-,
Mls.s S Ohapln. blaster II Peters, W
Sproull, F Harrison and 108 deck.
The baik Calbarieu is docked near
the OSS wharf to load for tlie Coat.
The- bark Hepcr was hauled upon
lliu Marino Hallway this a m to be
The bark Victoria Cross will sail for
San Francisco with a full cargo of ugar
and rice, on Friday or Satuulay next.
Stinr Lclitia went -on the Marino Hail
way Saturday to be cleaned. She sails
for Windward Foils to-morrow v m.
Stmr Planter brought -1789 bags of
sugar, 100 bags of rice, 00 bags of
paddy, U.'i bags of phi, 01 hides and 1
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Bulletin summary per Zealamlhi
Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping class
seven this eveuins.
"To be continued," to-morrow,
Lyons & Cohen's liquor sale.
S.S. St. Paul is due any hour, with
San Francisco dates to the 2nd inst.
Rejiembeii E. P. Adams & Co.'s
sale of South Sea Island Curios to
morrow. A mass meeting is called by pos
ters for Kaumakapili Church this
Mi'ssus. Barnes & McCandless
have failed to strike water at Kama
IIahmon-y Lodge, I. O. O. F., will
have initiation and
The country politicians must feel
that their scats are safe, by the way
they are Hocking into town.
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To-day is tlie 11th anniversary of
the funeral of Kamchameha V., and
the 3Gth of the first election of Re
The Bethel Gospel Temperance
meeting, on Saturday evening, had
a pretty full attendance. Mr. W.
Waterhouso, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
Tiiehi: will be no band concert at
Emma Square this evening, but there
will be moonlight concerts given
tliere on Tuesday and Thursday
Only a few more scats vacant in
dress circle and parquctte for tho
play, "Forget Me Not," to-night,
when the celebrated actress, Miss
Genevieve Ward, will appear, with
a good support.
Tin: bicycle race at Central Park
Rink Saturday night was pretty
tame. George Iluddy and James
White competed, and Iluddy won,
doing tho live miles' distance in 17
minutes and 15 seconds.
Tin: . quarterly meeting of the
Strangers' Friend Society will be
hold at thu house of Mrs. II. M.
Schmidt on Berctania street, on
Tuesday, Jan. 10th, at l v. m.
Gentlemen are invited for the even-
The Captain of tlie schooner Rob
Roy picked up a piece of fancy
moulding belonging to a vessel's
boiv in the channel yesterday morn
ting. It is thought to be from the
brig Hesperian lately wrecked at
ffiNoT lonsr ago tho authorities ar
rested a bumble Chlunuian for shin-
glhg or iking some trivial work ot
itic Sabbath, while yesterday car
penters were at work on the ceiling
of Spreckcls' bank and yet no ar
rests were made.
Tin: whaler Lydia, standing off
and on this morning, was chasing
sperm whales all day yesterday, but
failed to make a catch. She cainc
here to lake on board her chief
olllcer, who was ill and left licic re
cently for treatment.
Tin: annual parade of the Hono
lulu Fire Department will take place
on February -lt.lt, as the regular day,
the 3rd, has been appropriated for
tlie legislative elections. It will come
in well to celebrate tlie victory of
whichever side wins the day.
Tin: Ailecrtiscr'a "Honolulu Al
manac and Directory," third year,
is out, strong in statistics and orgin
at uiticles relating lo these Islands.
It is a great improvement on the
.former issues, is well-printed, and a
credit to the editor and compiler,
Mr. K. J. Creighton, his staff, and
the specialists assisting.
Capt. Nathaniel Ingersoll died at
1'oitland, Oregon, on Dec. fith, leav
ing a wife, son and three daughters.
He will be remembered in Honolulu
as having commanded the clip ,cr
"White Swallow in 1858 and 185!),
and the S.S. Dakota of Webb's line
in 1872. His death was sudden,
being caused by apoplexy.
Mm. W. J. Sheldon, special Cus
toms olllcer, has seized twenty-live
tins of opium at Kahului, in the
store of a Chinaman named Ami,
who witli a fellow-countryman re
cently had an unsuccessful suit for
damages against Mr. John Wagner,
of tlie Customs, for breaking open
boxes in looking for opium.
Ma.iok Wodchouse, II. B. M.'s
Commissioner and Consul-General,
had an audience of the King this
morning at 10 a.m., for the purpose
of delivering to His Majesty the an
swers of Her Majesty Queen Victoria
and of Her Koyal Highness the
Princess Beatrice to letters from
King Kalakaua expressing his good
wishes on tlie occasion of ller Iloyal
An open air meeting was held yes
terday afternoon on the wharf at the
foot of Fort street, under the aus
pices of tlie Woman's Christian
Temperance Union. Addresses were
delivered by Mr. P. C. Jones and
Mr. S. D. Fuller, in English, and
by l?ev. A. O. Forbes in Hawaiian.
About two hundred persons were in
attendance. Tlie W. C. T. U. in
tend to hold similar services on sub
sequent Snnday afternoons.
Fiti'sii Mince Pics daily from and
after date at Meller
& Ilalbe's Con-
Fiti'sii Cream Cakes and
daily from and after date at
& Ilalbe's Confectionery.
QUEEH EMMA'S LIBRARY.
Tlie libraiy of the late Queen
Dowager, to which we alluded last
week as having been willed to the
Libraiy and Reading Room Asso
ciation, is open to the inspection of
the members and the public gen
erally at tho rooms of tho Associa
tion, corner Hotel and Alakea
streets. The collection is an ex
cellent one both as regards the cha
racter of the books and their condi
tion. It is seldom that five hundred
volumes are seen together in any
library, which embrace at once such
a large amount of substantial lite
rary matter and so small a propor
tion of trash. These books have
been arranged on a long temporary
"table in the reading room, where
they will remain during tlie present
week, after which they will be dis
tributed to the various alcoves of
the library according to their con
tents. SUICIDE OF EDWIN OAKLEY.
Yesterday morning about half
past nine o'clock Edwin Oakley was
found dead by the sido of Kewalo
street, on the plains. The body
was in a sitting posture, tho throat
cut and the blood vessels of the arm
severed. A razor was found near
the corpse. W. C. Wilder, Jr., the
first to make the ghastly discovery,
notified the Station House authori
ties, and Deputy-Marshal Dayton,
as coroner, held an inquest, tlie
jury returning a verdict that he
died by his own hand. Oakley
was about 02 years of ago and a
native of Southampton, England,
whore his father owned a large
maiket garden, well-known as
"Oakley's Garden." At thirty
years of ago tlie deceased went to
South Australia, thence shortly
after emigrating to California, where
ho lived for a long period. While
there ho was leader of an orchestra,
and was tho inventor of improve
ments in piano frames and violin
rests. IIo has been in these islands
a good whilo ; for seven years fore
man for Mr. E. B. Thomas, con
tractor. His reputation is that of a
square-dealing man in all business
matters. Oakley was a bachelor
and had no relative in this country.
lie held thu lease of three cottages
on Queen street, living in one of
them. Lately he was in hospital
for some ailment that the physicians
failed to diagnose. A largo amount,
for a poor workingman, was duo to
him for some tlmo at the Palace,
while several of his creditors were
threatening to sue him. These cir
cumstances combined to depress
him greatly, and he had been heard
repeatedly to express a purpose of
self-destruction. On the person of
the deceased woiu found nearly
llfty dollars in gold, paper and
silver, a bottle containing arsenic,
private papers and small personal
effects. The body was interred at
Makiki after tho inquest. A move
ment was set on foot this forenoon,
however, to accord decent burial to
the unfortunate man. Mr. Thomas
circulated a subscription paper, and
in a few hours secured all the money
required for that purpose. Accord
ingly, the body has been disinterred
and tho funeral will take placo from
the late residence of tlie deceased,
Queen street, at ten o'clock to
morrow forenoon. Tlie late Mr.
Oakley having died intestate, his
affairs revert to tlie British Consu
late for settlement.
THE REFORM SCHOOL.
Paper read by Rev. C. E. Groscr,
at the recent meeting of tho Teach
ers' Convention in this city.
I take up as the -4th topic, al
though it might well come under the
heading just considered, classifica
tion, because it is of great import
ance in the reforming of these boys.
An obstacle to reform is unmistak
ably evident when a young innocent
boy, for some slight misdemeanor,
is entered, and thrown at once into
the company of old culprits, to
learn of them, day and night, all the
deviltry and vilcness of which tho
human heart is capable. Without
classification what is the situation?
We send the very bad to tlie pub
lic jail ; they return heroes, in tho
estimation ,of their fellows, and
with a worse influence. If we have
them discharged, we offer a pre
mium to misconduct. Discharge
should only be granted for good and
improved character. If we lock
them in our own cells, a false
sympathy with them makes tlie other
boys restless and unruly. It is a
great sorrow to a Christian man to
sec a small bright boy, entered here
for a mere whim, to remain five,
eight or nine years, in close in
timacy with boys full grown in
stature and vice, and to notice the
contamination deepen in face and
manner, and a sly distrustful look
come into tlie eyes.
(With reference to the change
which came over tlie boys after a
short residence, a change for the
worst, Mr. Groser spoke of a boy
Waihoikaca, who came in 7 years
old, bright and innocent-looking and
whom he took to attend the infant
in his own family. The plan failed,
as such plans with natives generally
do fail, be they girls or boys, and
ho returned the boy. But he was
sorry to see the dctcrivortion in that
boy, after a lapse of six months.
The boy was, when he particularly
noticed him last, badly dressed, with
a hunted look in his face, he had a
sore on his check and looked depraved
lie heard him use very profane
language ; and he was told by one
of the best boys in tho school that
the large boys were in the habit of
teaching the smaller one profane
and nasty ways.)
There should be a separate house
provided, wherein such very bad
boys could be isolated in separate
rooms, when not in school or at
work. One thoroughly corrupt boy
speedily infects tho whole institu
tion. Wo were having troublesomo
times until five boys were sentenced
to the public jail. But it is con
sternation to contemplate the trouble,
when these boys return, a year
hence. If over 1(5, they should be
treated as all public criminals are ;
if under that age and very bad, a
house should be provided for such
cases. Such a house might provide
also for tho case of a large boy,
who is entered for some very vicious
and villanous offense. Such a boy
fresh from tho streets has a most
ncrmicious influence. His stories
and exploits are eagerly listened to,
and a wild louging for freedom is
created. Confinement in a separate
house for a time, with strong reli
gious influences brought to bear,
would do an immeasurable good. A
house of this kind, with a docn
small rooms, and a small yard, would
not cost much, and could bo so
arranged as to bo easily supervised.
It would not be necessary to sepaiatc
such boys, as arc not under punibii
ment, in tho dining room, school
room or field, because they arc there
under close inspection and supervi
sion, and arc somewhat separated
into sounds of similar sizes. Witli-
out much trouble
present dormitory could lie divided
into two rooms, for the separation
of largo and small boys. Tho doors
back and front of tho present dormi
tory could opon into small entries
witli a door opening therefrom into
each room. Thus the warder step
ping into the front entry from his
room would hare tho two rooms be
fore him for inspection. This would
toaagfeaw IMPORTANT TO MESTORS ! ;
Fiiiday, Jan. 8th.
Kuaha, drunkenness, SG.
Kakalia (k.) and Kanuke (w.),
adultery, $30 and $15 respectively.
Kahaiao, assault and batter,
Satimidav, Jan. fltli.
Kaliaulclio and Joe Miller, drunk
enness, $0 each.
NElTIIKUtln- Captatmiortlie Agents
of the bar! Loysptlng will be res
ponsible for any lebts contracted by tho
officers or crew during her stay In port.
222 nt CASTLE i: COOKE. A-;'ts.
rpiIE undersigned, liaviiif been duly
JL appointed by the Hon. .lacob
Haidy, Circuit .lud(c of Kauai, 11. I.,
Admtuibirator ul the KMalu of S. K.
Kuapuu, latu of Walmca, deceased,
hereby calls upon all persons Indebted
to said Estate to make limacdiale pay
incut to me, ami all persons baling
claims against slid estate, whether se
emed by mortgage or othuiwNc, are re.
quested to present such claims to me nt
my house lu Hanalcl, duly verified,
within six months from date of this
notice or be forever barred.
AdminWtiator of (he Estate of S. K.
Ilanalel, Kauai. J.ui. H, USti. 222
J. T. Waterhouse
Hat removed his
Crookery and Hardware Goods
From the torc occupied by
him in King st.,
To His Building
Adjoining the Queen St. Store, opposite
221 to Brewer & Co. lw
Change of Locution.
HP. UEUBARD. American Express
Company, lias removed his
No. 66 Fort St., with J. A. Palmor,
where he can be found at all lline--.
For Family use, in 20-lb. Kit",
Extra Mess Codfish,
No. 1 Mackerel,
217 CASTLE & COOKE. lw
We have received instructions to offer
nt public auction, on .
Monday, Jan. 25th
At 12 o'clock noon, at our salesroom,
those certain eleven
Val'ble House Lots
On the Kalihi lload, near tho residence
of Capt. Lorcnzcn of Steamer Llkclikc,
at tho fallowing upset prices, viz:
2 SOJxlOO feet.
a 20a.lli0 " .
1 203xlG0 " ,
0 20.-xl(J(l " .
7 2i:ixl25 " .
S 21!lxl25 "
10205x100 ' ,
12 2051C(1 "
111 203x100 "
These Lots arc on tho rising ground
just boyoud the What Cheer House and
command a line view of Diamond Head
and the sea.
From tho natural slope of the land
the opportunity for draluaj-o la perfect.
Terms of Sale .will be One-half Cash,
Balance in 2 Year:,
Secured by mortgnge with iutcicstat S
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
221 13t Auctioneers.
COOL OXiT1 i
DID YOU SAY ?
Make your wife and children happy
by supplying them with
Elite Ice Cream
madu.from pure Woodlawn Dairy
Go and MirpilfcO your folks, older a
bucket of our delicious leu Cream. Wo
pack orders for Ico Cream fiom 1 to 60
(piarts In Patent Hefrlgeiator Cans, war.
ranted to keep its delightful llavor and
perfect fonn for many hours.
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
Our Fancv Cakes arc tho Favorite
with all the Ladles of Honolulu.
CHOICE FRENCH CANDIES,
Impoitcd fit'bli and In gieat vaiiety by
Ring Up BellTolcphono 102 or Mutual 330.
Tho Elito Ico Cronm Parlors,
IVo. HB llotol Hlrotit,
Aio open dally lutil 11 I'.m.
Valuable Real Estate
01 II VI
For Sale by PriyatG Contract or at Public Anctlon.
Tho undersigned have received Instructions from Mcwrs. O. V. Mac.
farlane & Co. to oiler for salo at auction, at our S'llesroomn, on
MONDAY, JANUARY 25th,
A J, lii O'clock, Noon,
Unless previously disposed of by private Sale,
The whole of that valuable city property known as the BOOTH ESTATE,
excepting only the corner lot, owned by Mr. James Olds, containing In all
20,000 square feet, together with houses, stores and buildings thereto be
longing. This Is the most compact and desirable piece of property ever offered
for sale lu Honolulu. Its main frontages are 75 feet 5 Inches to Nuuanti
Htrcet, and 03 feet 0 inches to Hotel street. The rear front of the property
extends from Nuuanu street, back of Messrs. Castle & Cooke's line brick
warehouse and store, 172 feet 11 inches to Hose Lane, the side frontage
along the line of the Hobinson lot lo Hotel street being 1-12 feet "J luetics.
The value of this and the adjoining property might be greatly en.
haneed by carrying Itoso Lane straight through to Hotel street. Access Is
bad to Hotel and Nuuanu streets from the rear and center of the estate by
lanes long In use on the property Itself.
Situated in the heart of the retail business quarter of the city, and
having a largo area of available building space unoccupied, this property
holds out unusual Inducements to capitalists as a permanent Investment.
The present annual Investment is $1,500, or 10 per cent, on $45,000; but in
the leases expire shortly, tho rental might be increased to $(1,000 a year
without expenditure for repairs or additions to buildings, if tee estate
wero sold as a whole, however, by judicious and inexpensive improve
ments which a practical eye would suggest, eveu this largo prospective in.
come might be very considerably added to.
Tho Nuuanu street frontage Is occupied by a row of two-story build.
ings, tho upper btory being used as dwellings, and the first (loot as stores,
which aro always in occupation. Rcstauiaiits and retail stores similarly
occupy the floatage on Hotel street.
The old International Hotel is in the center of tho property, and goes
with the lot. It is iibcd as a lodging house and pays handsomely.
Another advantage of this lino property as an Investment is its excel
lent sanitary conditions. It Is on tho highest part of tho city, niftisnl of
Ilcietauia street, and Is therefore easily drained.
The propel ly, it not dinpixed of before date of tale, will hu first put up
as ii whole in one lot. Falling a satisfactory purchaser, we shall thru put
it up in lots, for which purpose ll has been subdivided Into sixteen lots.
We shall oiler these lots at the following upset prices, viz:
Lot Xo. 1 $ 1800
Lot No. 2 1,800
Lot No. :s 1,000
Lot No. 1 l ,000
Lot No. 0 i,soo
Lot No. 7 8,500
Lot No. 8 l.noo
Lot No. !) i,r,00
Lot Xo. 10 :t,75o
Lot No. 11 3,7,10
Lot No. 12 2,750
Lot No. Ill)
Lot No. 14 f "'O00
Lot. No. 15 1,500
Lot No. 1 (i i ,ooo
And upon tko following favorable terms:
One-third Gash. Balance in 1, 2, and 3 years, with
Interest at 7 per cont. per annum, secured
ISy- Wc solicit nn examination of this property, and confidently recom.
mend the Investment as a permanent paying one, with greater contingen
cies for advancement than almost any other kind of property.
A Finn of thi'F ropcriy cnit be ccn nt the Office of
E. P. ADAMS & Co., Auct'rs.
P.O. BOX 315.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent.
Heal Estute Agent,
Wildei's Steamship Agent,
Great Burl'nglon Huilioid Agent
07 00 100
() 75 100
qt :i;i io
Haw'n Carriage Miinf'ir Co.,
E. O. Hall & Son,
Intcr-Islaud S. N. Co.,
Huw'u Agricultural Co.,
Wilder' Steamship Co.,
C. Brewer & Co.,
Wailuku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Ci ,
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Biokci.
33 Merchant Stieet. 151 ly
To the Business Community:
QUAR'ITULY Bills Distributed, Ac
counts uiado out, Books written up
ami Balanced, Collections of Accounts
a specialty. Every Business Man should
call on mi! who desliu thu above busi
ness intended to. J, K. WISEMAN,
J0:t tin General Business Agent.
ItEiYL ESTATE TOIt SALE
A KAREehancu for hcotirlng u desir.
XJL able hoinesund. Tlueu Lots only,
on thu easterly hide of Makiki Street,
adjoining tho mauUa side of Mr. Walter
Seal's place. A very pleasant neigh,
borhood; a nevei. falling supply of pure
water In the street from the MaUlkl
ReBcrvnlr. Terms, one third rash, tho
remainder lu 1 and 2 years with Interest
ut8porcent.net. Maps and plans can
be seen at tho ofllec of
170 tf W. R. OASTLE.
Honolulu, II. T.
Custom Houso Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Opera House,
Firo and Life Insurance Agent.
Fancy Work and Millinery,
"No. 4 AtlnniM Lime.
SUFKKJIK COUIIT of tho Hi.
waiian Islands. In the matter of
tho Bankruptcy of THOMAS E.
KHOUSE. Before Chief JustlcoJudd.
Thomas E. Krouse, of Honolulu, hav.
lng this day been adjudicated bankrupt
on his own petition, It is hereby ordered
that all creditors of said bankrupt come
in and provo their claim, before me, at
my Chambers, lu Honolulu,
On TucMtlny, Jnu. 10, 1880,
at 10 o'clock a. in.
And it is further ordered that, upon
said day, thu creditors do proceed to
hold the ELECTION of an assignee or
assignees of Slid liaukrupt estate, and
nun notice Hereof Do iiuiillslied In the
Daily Bui.m-tin two times previous to
Dated Honolulu, January H, 1880.
A. P. JUDD,
Chief Justice of the Supremo Court.
Attest: Hknuv P. I'oou,
Second Deputy Clerk. 221 2t
MANlL A CIGARS
In Bond or Duty Paid.
A Very Choico Lot, Fresh and Full.
The li'st In the Market.
HOLLISTER & Co. , '
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