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"tuksday,' Jan. 12, "i ssiiT-
S S St 1'mil from San Francisco
Slim- C K DMiop frnm Ktiual
Stmr V (1 Hall from Maul mid lluvvuli
Stnir riimtur for Kuiinl
Stnir I.uliu:i for lliiiiiukiiu
Sehr Rob Hoy for Koolim
Sclir Wnlclni for Kniml
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Iwiihuil for Hnmnkua
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Lov.-pring, TIioiikcu
Ilk Victoria Cros Robertson
Ilk EMnorc, Jenks
Ilk O It BIhop, Walter
Bk Cnlbailcn, Hubbaid
Ilk Hesper, Ryder
Bk Lady Bowen. Rodd
Dktne Ainrlla, Xewhull
Torn W S Bowne, Raul
S S St Raul, Eikhio
From Suit FiuneNco, pur S S St Paul,
January 12th J McCarthy, It 111ml, S
Cohen, M Crawford and wife, .1 H Mil
ler, M Lclle, 11 Turlou, Ml" HTiirton,
M Goldberg, .1 ShnughncMV, Mr Wise
man, It It Smyth, U.I Smith.
For Molukul, per steamer Mokolll,
January lllli Hon S IC Kuplhen and
about 20 deck.
For Molokal, per steamer James I
Dowsett, January lltli Hon I) ICiihauu,
HonJ Xnkalcka, 11 Gllj.son and about
For Kabului, per strainer Llkellke,
Januarv 11th MUs JIattle Shneison,
Mis J II Hare, Mrs A 1) Pierce, Master
C F Graham and about 40 deck.
For thu Volcano and other Windward
ports, per steamer Klnau, January 11th
Ills Excellency John M ICapeua, Mrs
J M Kapcua, MKs Lclhulu Kaputia. Col
Ciutis P Iimkea, Major Antono Itosa,
Hon OeoE Richardson, Hon J WKtilua,
Hon J L Kaiilukou, Lieut L J Xaliora
Ulna, S K Kane, Alex Young, Sr, Dr K
Brandt, J Magulrc, F F Stolt. and wlfu,
F Harrison, Mrs J K Ward, Mrs Will,
bridge. For the Volcano: A Faye and
wife and W II Talbot.
From Kllnuca ami llanalel, via Wala
luti and Walanac, per steamer C It
Bishop, Januny 12 Mrs II A Lu.seomb,
Miss Bessie Aniara, :i Chines and :i5
From Hawaii and Maul, per steamer
WO Hall, Januarv 12tli C Abraham,
G W McDoiurall, A C Austin. W Roy, K
M Walsh, S F Clillllngworth, J DavN,
.T D Johnson and wife, I) 11 Walilnu, A
Akana, W Dolloway and wife, T W
Everett and wife, G W 0 Jones, Mr
Lee, J Monsarrat and wife, Mis Clark,
Miss A Jones, A I) Culvert, J I) Paris,
Jr, J McCarthy and !)(! deck.
The S S St Paul sailed from San Fran
cisco, January 2nd. First 7 days had
light variable winds and pleasant
weather, thence to port.hnd fie-h S W
winds and clear weather. Arrived at
Honolulu January 12th at S a m. Time
Stmr C K Bishop brought 1302 bags
of sugar, IOCS bags of paddy and 11
bags of peanuts.
The whaler Anolda arrived yesterday
from San FraneUeo, and stood off port.
She caught 00 bbls of sperm oil on her
way heie, and will presently eiulse hi
search of more.
Thu sailing of the steamer lwalanl Is
postponed until to-morrow at a i m.
Stmr W G Hall brought 1)321 bags of
sugar, 123 bags of coffee, 4C!1 bags awa,
21 hides, 2S hogs and I horse.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun Honolulu Rifles drill this
Y. M. C. A. singing class, 7:30
Ai.aki:a street has been repaired
in the very bad places.
Lyons & Cohen will hold a special
sale of California produce at noon
Tin: S. S. St. Paul is advertised
to sail for San Francisco on Friday,
January loth, at noon.
The S. S. Zeulaudia sailed from
Sydney on Dec. 2ilth, and will there
fore be due here to-night.
Tin: sale of Soutli Sea Islands
goods by E. P. Adams & Co. to-day
was well-attended and lively.
Mit. Henry R. Macfarlano has
been appointed Consul for Denmark
in place of tho lato Mr. A. Unna.
Hawaiian Commercial stock was
quoted at 10 bid 11 asked on tho
S. F. Stock and Exchango Hoard,
Tin: Honolulu Yacht and Uoat
Club meets this evening,
olllcers will be elected for the en
Wono Tai Poon, the Chinese
police ollicer, has resigned his posi
tion, in which he made and won
scarcely anything but trouble.
Tiik teachers of tho Uuthel Sun
day School will meet this evening at
the residence of Mr. T. M. Hender
son, School street, at 7:30 o'clock.
Lnwis & Co. are up to time, us
usual, with a lino lino of fresli fish,
vegetables and fruit, for which the
earlier the calls the better the choice.
On Sunday night,
the store of Mr. A.
tho 3rd inst.,
G. Serrao, at
Tl; J DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY: HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1880.
Ililo, Hawaii, was broken Into mid
robbed of from 81,000 to $1,100 In
Tin: Into Kilwin Oakley's funeral
look phieo from his lato residence to
Kiiuiinii Cemetery at ten o'clock
tills forenoon, ?onic twenty carriages
being in the cortege.
Mr. S. Colin returned from the
Coast by thu St. Paul, with a
splendid stock of new goods for the
Temple of Fashion. Look out for
new advertisement to-morrow-
A i.uttt.u from Uov. C. K. Oroscr,
in reply to "Can't Sec", is so lengthy
that it will have to remain over with
other correipondenco until the
pressure on our spaco is relieved.
JIu. Hothwcll rallied off his yacht
"Lena" Saturday night. There
were 150 chances at SI. 00 each.
Forty-live was the highest thrown,
and Mr. Geo. Mnrkham was the
FoL'it volumes of Wendell's Black
stone and one volume of the laws of
the Now York Fire Department have
been presented to the law library of
the Supreme Court by Mr. A. J.
Tun San Francisco Chronicle of
January 1st contained 20 pages, or
180 columns, nine-tenths of which
wore lliled with information con
cerning California and the Pacific
Thuowino of paper pellets and
the like from the balcony is decided
ly objected to by some of those in
the dress circle who were made tar
gels of the missiles last night in tho
Hawaiian Opera House.
AVatku lias been struck on the
property of Messrs. J. M. Monsarrat
and 11. V. Poor, in rear of Kapiolani
Park. Tho result will be to bring a
large area of arid plain under rico
cultivation, Chinamen having some
of the laud under lease.
Mit. M. Goldberg, who lias re
turned from the Coast by the St.
Paul, will open his gentlemen's
furnishing store, corner of Fort and
Merchant streets, as soon as he gets
the place fixed up and a large line
of goods brought with him arranged.
Tin: imports by sea into San
Francisco for 1885, from tho Ha
waiian Islands, amounted to $8,176,
M0, against S7,C18,0(!8 in 1881.
No other country contributed so
much to the inward commerce of
the port, the next highest being
A statkmkst in our report of the
suicide of Edwin Oakley, respecting
his having been in hospital, having
given offense, without intention of
such, the article is altered for this
foreign summary issue, with regret
that words should have been used
conveying a different impression
from that intended.
Gnoui's of Soutli Sea Islanders of
cither six were seen marching
through the streets this morning,
with llrearms of every description
and a goodly supply of ammunition.
At this rate the dusky southern
Polynesians will soon bo above
thanking this kingdom for inviting
them to come under her n;gis.
Pacific Hose Company met last
evening and elected the following
olllcers for the ensuing year: Fore
man, C. K. Miller ; Assistant Fore
man, J. W. Macdonald ; Secretary,
A. Robertson; Treasurer, F. W.
Wood; Delegate, A. II. Rasemann.
It was intimated that a new hoso
carriage for the company would
arrive from the Coast by next
Emi'I.oyi:i:s of the l'ecss olllce put
out an incipient firo in the rear of
Mr. Roth's tailor shop about half
past ten last evening. That is tho
second lire put out by persons con
nected with local papers within a
week. The first onu was on King
street, reported without mentioning
who the amateur firemen were, in
this paper on Saturdaj'. Tho fra
ternity should have si carriage in
the firemen's parade.
A Ciiinusi: storekeeper on Smith
street the other dsiy discovered two
snakes in a pile of rubbish on his
promises, and tit once killed the
reptiles. They wcro of tho "garter"
species, not very dangerous, and aro
supposed to have come from the
Coast hi goods. The snakes are on
exhibition in the Advertiser ofllce,
preserved in spirits. Snakes will
secure denization here sometime, in
spite of human vigilance.
Kawainui's bulletin board this
morning announces that last evening
Messrs. J. L. Kaiilukou, F. II. Ilay-
seldcn and W. II. Whiting came to
tho ofllce of the J'ae Ainu, and
demanded that the letter which had
been found on the street should be
given up to them, but tho demand
was refused ; ulso that Mr. Kapena
has gone to Maui on an electioneer
ing tonr, thu Government party on
that island being in need of assistance.
I. 0. 0. v.,
night, arc as follow : Noble Grand,
P. O. Sullivan; Vice Grand, J.
Onderklrk ; Secretary, ,1. A. Palmer;
Treasurer, L. C. Abies; Conductor,
W. O. Atwatcr. Tho following
Trustees wcro elected: M. D. Mon
sarrat, K. F. Hickcrton and E. C.
Howe. Other olllcers were elected
but not installed, owing to absence.
W. E. Foster, D. D. Grand Sire,
performed the installation.
FiiKsii Mince Pics daily from and
after date at Mellcr & Halbc's Con
Fnnsii Cream Cakes and Eilairs
daily from and after dato at Mcller
& Halbc's Confectionery. 177
Helow is the programme for the
moonlight concert to be given at
Emma Square at 7:00 this evening,
by the Royal Hawaiian Hand:
Overture Light Cavalry. .
Cavatlna The Pirate
. . Kllenberg
Hciuinisceuces of Koslul...
Medley Tho Black Brigade.,
Waltz Vienna Bon-Bous.. ..
Dance Tho Aborigines
. . Beyer
A mass meeting was held in the
Kauniakapili Church last evening,
presided over by the pastor and
Assembly Chaplain, Hev. J. "Waia
mau. The speakers were called by
a written programme, and limited
to ten minutes. They wcro : D. W.
Pua Kcalaula, J. Ivantii, W. S. Lo
kai, J. P. llanaaumoe, James Kcau,
J. M. Poepoe, W. O. Achi, J. O.
Carter, II. S. Swinton, Henry Water
house, J. U. Ivawainui and W. L.
Holokahiki, representing all shades
of political opinion. Mr. Carter
was the principal speaker of the in
dependent candidates, and gave a
plain and forcible exposition of the
grounds upon which the present ad
ministration is opposed.
A NEW SCHOOL.
Yesterday morning, Mrs. South
wick organized a free school in
Fowler's Yard for the benefit of
those children who cannot afford to
attend the public schools. Whilst
the little ones will receive a primary
education in the three r's, their
moral growth will not be neglected ;
they will be instructed in temper
ance principles and taught to love
cleanliness and order rather than
dirt and confusion, and to do for
themselves before looking to others
for help ; nor will their spiritual pro
gress be overlooked, as scripture
reading will be one of the exercises
of the school. The school is super
intended by Mrs. Southwick and
taught by Miss Frances Johnson,
an able and efficient teacher. The
school receives its main support
from a few of our city Germans and
Mr. Fowler himself, who is ever
ready to assist in the welfare of his
tenants. This is a commendable
enterprise, and those engaged in
tills good work have our best wishes
for its success. Com.
THE CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR KALAWAO.
Mr. II. Watcrhouse has received
the following letter from Mr. Am
brose Hutchison, acknowledging the
receipt of the gifts sent at Christ
mas to the Leper Settlement:
Kalawao, Dkc. 28, 188.",.
II. Wati:iiiiousi:, Esq.,
Dear Sir: am In receipt of your
favor of the 21st Inst., contents of the
same duly noted. Thirteen boxes con
taining Christmas presents were safely
landed on tho "21th, and 1 am sorry to
Inform you that the things were not
given away on Christmas Day as you
relucted, but I have consulted with
Father Dauilcu and llanalua and llxed
a day when thu things Miould be given
away, and appointed tho following
named persons: v. naiitua, &. ivaiiia-
lialo, P. Xiiwiiokclft and W. hala: as a
coinmltteu to acknowledge receipt of
things, and to see to the distributing.
Tho eoinpilttce will likewise, after tho
presents are all given away to us many
as possible, send you a report which
thuy deslru to have published. In be
half of thu unfortunates I send their most
hearty thanks to tho donois of the good
things. Wishing you a very Happy
New Year, Yours tiuly,
lie has also received a report of a
committee which had superintended
the divisions, which were conducted,
they say, in a very satisfactory
manner. Tho nainos of tho commit
tee, wcro: A. Hutchison, P. Ka
luna, Peter Nawaokele, S. Kama
halo, W. II. Kala.
The following ladies and gentle
men kindly sent donations: Mrs.
M. S. Rico, Mrs. S. A. Allen, Miss
F. Johnson, Mrs. MeCttlly, Mrs.
Duval, Mrs. Dow,' Mrs. Hopper,
Mrs. Perry, Mrs. Henderson, Mrs.
W. Allen, C. M. Cooke, R. Lowers,
J. A. hopper, A. Friend, J. T.
Watcrhouse, A. Jaeger, C. R.
Hishop, Ilollister & Co., A. O.
Forbes, Thos. G. Thrum, T. II.
Davies's children, A. Campbell,
Miss Robinson. For helping the poor
unfortunates and trying to brighten
their sorrows, In their time of alllie
tion, tho thanks aro due to Mrs.
Hopper and Mrs. Lewcrs, by whose
chief endeavors tho subscription
FORGliT ME NOT.
This play was finely rendered last
evening to one of the best audiences
ever assembled in the Hawaiian
Opera House. Every chair was
occupied when the curtain rose,
mainly by the intellect, wealth and
fashion of the city. Of course the
major share of expectation centered
on tlte visiting professionals, and
was not disappointed, but the local
support given them must have as
tonished everybody. In make-up,
speaking and acting Mrs. Capt.
Hayley as Alice Verney and Mrs.
J. D. Strong as Mrs. Folly were
superb, surpassing even some pro
fessionals who had previously scored
successes on thu same boards. Mr.
L. Montgomery Mather was well
got up as liarrnto the Corsican,
made a judicious stage appearance
and spoko his brief parts well.
Prince Mallcotti was satisfactorily
personated by Mr. Marnuuluke Pike,
and Mr. von Holt filled to the brim
the minor part of Adolphe. It
would be supererogatory to pass
compliments upon the leading actors,
Miss Genevieve Ward as Stephanie
dc Mohrivart and Mr. W. II. Ver
non as Sir Horace Wclby. It is
enough to say what is already said
that they did not disappoint antici
pations based upon Miss Ward's
worldwide reputation and Mr. Ver
non's satisfactory credentials. On
the whole, the performance was
doubtless the best dramatic enter
tainment given this community in a
long time, apart from the possibility
of a better choice of play being
made when only one could lie af
forded by such an excellent company.
Gko. W. DuLono Post, No
No. 15. )
,ry 11, 18S0. )
Dm'AIlTM'T OV CAMFOIiMA
Tho Post will hold its regular
monthly Meeting this TUES
DAY EVENING, Jan. 12,
188(1, at 7:30 o'clock, at tho
Post Boom on King Street.
Full attendance is requested.
Installation of Officers.
N. B. EMEHSON.
L. Ci.auki:, Post Commander.
On FRIDAY, Jan. 1 "th,
at 10 a.m., at the residence of Mr. L. .1
Mytingcr, No. 31 Alakca Street,
will be sold,
BW Marble-top Bedroom Set,
Single Bcd, Hair Mattresses,
Wash Staud, Carpeting,
Extension Dining Table,
Crockery and Glassware, Bui;,
Pillows, Mosquito Nets, Mirrors,
Bocker, Cot and Mattress,
Dining Boom CIiiiIm, Matting,
Westlako Stove & Kitchen Utensils,
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
228 3t Auctioneers.
Change of Location.
HP. HEBBABD. American Express
Company, has removed his
No. 66 Fort St, with J. A. Palmer,
where he can be found at all times.
Wo have received instructions to offer
at public auction, on
Monday, Jan. 25th
At 12 o'clock noon, at our saleroom,
those certain eleven
Val'ble House Lots
On tho Kill ih 1 Komi, near the residence
of Capt. Loreiicn of Steamer Llkellke,
at tho following upset prices, viz:
Lot No. 2 UOTxlOO feet.. $275
" :i 201)xl(i0 " .. 225
" 1 20.-ixlGO '
" 5 205x1 (id '
" 7213x125 '
" S 21!ixl25 '
11 0205x1-10 '
" 10205x100 '
" 11205x170 '
" 12205x100 '
" la 205x100 '
These Lots are on the rising ground
just beyond thu What Cheer Housu and
command a line view of Diamond Head
and the sea.
From the natural slope of the land
the opportunity for drainage Is perfect.
Tcrni3 of Salo .will be One-half Cash,
Balance in 2 Years,
Secured by mortgage with Inteiest at S
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
221 lUt Auctioneers.
In Bond or Duty Paid.
A Very Choice Lot, Fresh and Full.
Thu B' st In tho Market.
Valuable Real Estate
For Sale ly Private Mr
The undersigned have received Instructions from Messrs. O. W. Mac
fui lane & Co. to oiler for sale at auction, nt our silcsrooms, on
MONDAY, JANUARY 25th,
At 12 O'clock, Noon,
Unless previously disposed of by private Sale,
The wholo of that valuable city ptopcrly known ns tho BOOTH ESTATE,
excepting only tho corner lot, owned by Mr. Jamen Oldp. containing In nil
20,090 square feet, together with houses, .stores and buildings thereto be
longing. This is thu most compact and deferable piece of properly ever offered
for talc In Honolulu. Its main frontages are 75 feet 5 Inches to Niiimnii
ftrcul, and 0!) feet 0 inches to Hotel street. The rear front of the property
extendi from Nuuaiiu street, back of Messrs. Castle & Cooke's line brick
warehouse and stoie, 172 feet 11 Inches to Hose Lane, the side frontage
along the Hue of thu Boblnson lot to Hotel street being 142 feci II inches.
The value of this and the adjoining property might be greatly en
hanced by carrying Itoau Lane straight through to Hotel street. Access Is
had to Hotel and Nuuaiiu streets from the rear and center of the estate by
lanes long In use on the properly itself.
Situated in thu heart of the retail business quarter of tho city, and
having a largo area of available building spaco unoccupied, this property
holds out unusual inducements to capitalists ns a permanent investment.
The present annual Investment is $1,500, or 10 per cent, on $45,000; but as
the lenses expire shortly, tho rental might be increased to $0,000 a year
without expenditure for repairs 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.
como might be very considerably added to.
Tho Nuuiinti street frontage is occupied by a row of two-story build.
ings, the upper story being used as dwellings, and tho first Hoot as stores,
which aro always in occupation. BcBtaurants and retail stores similarly
occupy the fiontagu on Hotel street.
The old International Hotel Is in tho center of the property, and goes
with thu lot. It Is used as a lodging housu and pays handsomely.
Another advantage) of this line pioperty as an Investment is its excel
lent sanitary conditions. It Is on thu highest part of the city, nuiKnl of
Bcictania street, and Is therefore easily drained.
The properly, if not disposed of before date of .ale, will be first put up
as a whole In one lot. Falling a satisfactory purchaser, we shall then put
it up in lots lor which purpose it has been subdivided into sixteen lots.
We shall oiler these lots at the following upset prices, viz:
Lot Xo. 1 $ 1,00
Lot No. 2 1 ,t00
Lot Xo. 1 1 ,000
Lot Xo. 5 1,500
Lot Xo. 0 1,500
Lot Xo. 7 8,500
Lot Xo. 8 1 ,500
Lot Xo. !l 1,500
Lot Xo. 10 i),750
Lot No. 11 3,750
Lot No. 12 2,750
Lot No. 13 1 mn
Lot No. 14 f umo
Lot. No. 15 1,500
Lot No. 1 0 1 ,500
And upon the following favorable terms:
One-third Gash. Balance in 1, 2, and 3 years, with
Interest at 7 per cent, per annum, secured
C2T We solicit an examination of this property, and confidently recom.
mend thu Investment as a permanent paying one, with greater contingen
cies for advancement than almost any other Kind of property.
A IMnn of the Property can be hccu nt the Ofllce of
E. P. ADAMS & Co., Auct'rs.
P.O. BOX 315.
Heal Estate Agent,
Wlldci'.s Steamship Agent,
Great Burlington liallroad Agent
Haw'n Carriage Manf'g Co.,
E.O. Hall & Son,
Inter.lsland S. N. Co.,
Ilaw'u Agricultural Co.,
Wildci's Steamship Co.,
C. Brewer !fc Co.,
Walluhu Su&nr Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Co.,
lit UU 1UU
L. A. THUBSTOX, Slock Brokci.
39 Merchant Street. 151 ly
To the Business Community:
OUAKTKIILY Bills Distributed, Ae
w counts Hindu out, Books written up
ami Balai'ced, Collections of Accounts
a specialty. Every Business 31an should
eall on mo who ilcslio the above busi
ness attended to. .1. V.. WISK.MAX,
20!) I ill Ccncral Business Agent.
1113AL ESTATE FOR SALE
A HAUK chance for securing n dcslr.
able homestead. Three Lots only,
on ihu easterly sidu of Maklkl Street,
adjoining the inauka side of Mr. Walter
Seal's place, A very pleasant neigh,
horhood) a ncvcr.fnlliiig supply of pure
Water in the htreel from thu Makikl
Reservoir. Terms, one third cash, tho
remainder In 1 mid 2 years with interest
at 8 pur cent. net. Maps and plans can
bo seen at the ntUcu of
17Q.U Y. H. CASTLE.
act or at PnMic Auction.
I-Ioiiolulii, II. I.
Custom Houso Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Opera House,
Fire and Life Insurance Agent,
Fancy Work and
No. 4 AdmuN Lane.
COOL OiJT' !
DID YOU SAY?
Make your wife and children happy
by supplying them with
made from pure Woodlawu Dairy
Go and surprise your folks, order a
bucket of our delicious Ice Cream. W
pack orders for Ice Cream from 1 to 50
quarts hi Patent Refrigerator Cans, war
ranted to keep Its delightful tlavor and
perfect form for many hours.
Families, Parties, Balls and Wedding
Our Fancy Cakes are the Favorite
with all the Ladles of Honolulu.
CHOICE FRENCH CANDIES,
Imported fresh and in great variety by
Ring Up BellTclcphono 182 or Mutual 338.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
No. 85 Hotel Utreot,
Arc open daily ustil 11 p.m.