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TUESDAY, JAN. 1!), 188G.
Sclir Kawa'lanl fiom KOolnti
Sinn- Iwalani fioni Ilatnakua
Selir Mnuuoknwal from Koolau
Sclir Catciina from Wnlmnnnlo
Sclir Manuokawnl for Koolau
Stmr Klnau for Wliulwanl Port
Stmr rinntcr for Kauai
Stiiir .Tns Mnkce for Kauai, via Wnlanae
Bk Calbarlcn for San FrancUco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sclir Kawallanl for Koolau
Sclir Mann for itouoiim
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Lovsprlng, Thomson
Bk Elslnore, Jcnks
Bk 0 It Bishop, Walter
Bk Lady Bowen, Ito'M
Tern W S Bownc, Paul
Bktuo Discovery, l'errlman
Bgtnc W O Irwin, Turner
For Maul and Molokal, per steamer
Llkcllkc, January 18th Miss M Foibcs,
P 0 Jones, Jr, J B Jones and wife. A II
Smith, L A Thurston and wife, Mrs E
Halstcad, A Slnc'alr and wife, M E
Sylvu and wife, L J Lionarons, A M
Sprottll, Hon SG Wilder, G P Wilder,
Mls It Moiian, and about 70 deck.
From Hamakua, per stmr Iwalani,
Jan 10 Mr Unna and 15 deck.
ForSanFranclco, per bk Calbarlen,
Jan 10 Mary A La.-ocha, A Gelkeou,
J A Frost, Clias Kesler, and Clm
Steamer Iwalani arrived this morning
from Hnninktta with 1802 bags of sugar.
Schr,Manuokaval arrived within the
harbor at II o'clock (Ills morning with
7C0 bags of l ice from Koolau. Sho sails
again ilils afternoon.
The steamers Likellku and Jas I Dow
sett wo.'o lcpoited abicast off Coco
Head at i:IO last nbrht. The former
had all sail set hilo iho latter was un
der jib and main-Mill. The Mokolll was
half-a-mllo behind. A fi csli b.-cczo was
blowing fiom the SSW and a picity
heavy sea was running. When the
steamers were last seen the Likcliko
had taken the lead. The bklno Amelia
was passed near Coco Head at about
5 o'clock last night under fi'll ca.ivjs.
The schooner Catciina returned from
Walmanalo stono qua-rythb morning
with no llmo stone. She wr.s uuable to
load on account of the southerly wind
that prevailed yesterday.
The W S Bowen received 1802 bags of
sugar from the Iwalani this morning.
btmr Lcluia was at Paauhau on til
The bk Calbaiien sailed this morning
forSau F.-nnelsco wl.h 11,521 bags of
sugar, and 5C0 bags of lice. Value
The tug Eleu took the schooner Jen
nie Walker in tow yes.eiday and before
they were falily uudciway a pait of the
towing gi-ar of the tug gave away aud
later the JcnnioWniker.was towed to
sea by the steamer Dowsctt.
Fkesii Mince Pies daily from and
after date at Mcllcr & Halbe's Con
Frhsii Cream Cakes and Eilairs
daily from and after date at Mcllcr
& Halbe's Confectionery.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Honolulu Rifle9 drill to-night.
Y. M. C. A. singing class, 7.30
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A caktoon by Jack Reese on the
political campaign is in Oats' win
dow. Not unwelcome showers fell in
the city and suburbs last night and
about midday to-day.
Dit. Ro'bt. McKibbin rested toler
ably well last night and was much
improved this morning.
Foil clothing, housekeeping fix
ings and safes, Lyons & Cohen pro
vide at thoir cash sale to-morrow.
The brilliant full moon and the
certainty of a musical treat drew a
large crowd to Emma Squaro last
Mn. II. Swlnttm treated a number
of tho poor inmates of Lunalilo
Home to dinner in one of the city
restaurants this afternoon.
A i.KTTEit, with the envelope part
ly torn off, was picked up yesterday
afternoon, on Alakea street. Call at
this ofllce. No expense.
One of Mr. Sharrett's drays load
ed with hay started on a reckless
career alorg tho city front yesterday,
but was stopped before any damago
Anin, tho Chinaman arrested lately
at Kahului for having opium in pos
session, has been discharged by
Judge Aholo. Lookout for another
suit for damages.
Rain demonstrates the futility of
street-cleaning that scrapes off but
tho ton layer of dirt of the many
that form the geological homogeneity
of our city thoroughfares.
The new Portuguese Band repoits
satisfactory progress. Tho band
numbers about 30. They havo for
warded an order, by the Alameda
mail, to France for a sot of brass
Cait. Holland had his picture
painted by n Chlncso artist in Hong
kong, and, as any of his friends
may seo at King IJros.' art store, it
is a portrait of which ho need not
Mn. F. L. Clarke brought from
Maul a beautiful cluster of the Ha
waiian sword plant, got in the crater
of Haleakala. Tho object is dis
played with effect in the front win
dow of Kings' nit store.
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Piunckss Likelike and daughter,
Princess Kaiulani, are expected
home this evening by the C. U.
Bishop from Waianae, where they
have been enjoying the hospitality
of lion. II. A. Wiclomnnn.
CoNTitiiiirnoxs of papers, maga
zines or books from friends of the
W. C. T. U. in aid of the work of
the society, may be left at the
Sailors' Home, care of Mrs. S. M.
Damon or Miss F. Johnson.
PitoKEssonScott, acting Inspector
General of schools, was well pleased
with the condition of the schools at
Wniluku and Wnihcc. He goes
away again to-day, this time to in
spect the schools on Hawaii.
Dit. Henri McGrcw has resigned
the position of assistant physician of
the Queen's Hospital, and the Board
of Trustees will meet on "Wednesday
of next week to act on his resigna
tion and appoint a successor.
Notwithstanding the large mail
taken by the Zcalandia two days
previously, the Alameda on Saturday
took 3,033 letters and 458 packages
of papers. The three steamers leav
ing during the week carried away
'J.271 letters and 2,583 papers.
Mn. IIoo Fon, manager of the
"Hawaiian Chinese News" Com
pany, and Miss Leo Kai, niece of
Mr. Lee Kan, a Chinese merchant,
were married by Rev. Dr. Hyde last
evening, at the residence of Mr. L.
Ascu, corner of King and Nuuanu
Mn. C. Michiels left for San Fran
cisco by the Caibaiien, to see that
the 8800 he voluntarily gave the
Marquis of Teano to pay certain
bills there is disbursed according to
instructions. Will not his former
clerk, Mr. Stewait, stare to meet him
inside the Golden Gate?
Dodd's stables will shortly be
adorned with a handsome new weather-vane,
imported through E. O.
Hall & Son from New York. The
article forms the figure of a ho.se
and break driven by a jockey, all
richly gilded, surmounting a large
gilt ball on n metallic rod. 4
Mn. Charles R. Buckland, former
ly editor of this journal, now editor
and proprietor of the San Francisco
Merchant, has been appointed
American Agent of the New Zealand
Government at San Francisco, in
place of Mr. Charles Creighton,who
is about to remove to Honolulu.
Knv. C. E. Groscr, teacher at tho
Reformatory School, has resigned
his position, and will leave on tho
H. S. Mararoa on Saturday or Sun
day, for Queensland, where he has
been tendered a good church living.
To-morrow at ten o'clock E. 1'.
Adams & Co. will sell Mr. Groser's
household effects at his house, Pa
lama. At a meeting of the Royal Geo
graphical Society, held at the Uni
versity of London on Nov. 30th, the
Marquis of Lome presiding, Sir
Leopold McClintock expressed his
high opinion of the work which had
been done b' Major Grcely, and the
latter, responding, said he, of all
Arctic men, owed much to that
society, the greatest geographical
society in the world.
One of the most graceful-looking
objects in all the equipments of the
Fire Brigade is the new hook and
ladder truck. While not to bo men
tioned the same day as the old
truck for neatness and portability,
tho vehicle and ladders are strong
enough for all proper usage to which
they will be subjected here. The
new truck will bo a feature in this
year's parade on Feb. 4th.
The captain of the schooner
Manuokawai brings a fow notes from
Koolau. Heavy northerly swells and
strong northwest currents havo been
running there for several da-3.
There was no wind and the suif was
breaking on the reef with tremend
ous force. Chinese rico planters arc
ploughing the ground and running
water onto it, preparatory to plant
ing rico next week. Grand prepara
tions are being made for tho Chinese
New Year. Tho schooner Rainbow
is trading at Koolau ports.
Tuesday, Jan. 19th.
The Crown vs. Arthur Johnstono.
Libel. Remanded until the 21st
inst. Kapaa, malicious miscir.cf,
breaking a lamp belonging to Anin.
Hard labor 5 days. Kuhelelou, as
sault and battery on Ilae (w.), 810.
For drunkenness Kakaula, Ilae
(w.), Hairy Brown, $G each; Moe
pino, $8 ; Hosca, Kalawaia, Karanka,
llohia, and Hecualo $7 each.
NEATLY Furnished Room, ill Ala.
kca Strut. 28 ::tM
AGIHL between 15 and t ycais of
ago to help In a store. Good
wages paid. Inquire at THIS OFFICE.
DUUINO m absence to thu other
blinds Mr. HAHItY ARMITAGE
will act us my Agent. Patties having
pictures promised by the next steamer
will receive tho same riom him at Mr.
J. J. WIlllwiiB' Photograph Gallery, 102
Fort Street. T. J. SPENCE,
20 tw Afiont Michigan Portrait Co.
At tho residence of Rev. O E. Groscr,
RobclloLnnc, Palama, makal of
On Wednesday, Jan. 20th,
at 10 a.m., en account of departure,
will be sold, the Entlro
Koa Centre Table, Rug, Wicker Table,
Wicker Lounge, Wicker Armchair,
Cane Chairs, Bookcase, Hoc Iter,
Lace Curtains and Pole. Pictures and
Frames, Writing Catc, Toilet Wardrobo,
Bedroom Set and Mattress,
Mosquito Nets, Lambrequins, Koa Crib,
Cots and Mattresses, Drawers,
Sewing Machine, Meat Safe, Water
Extension Dining: Table,
Sideboard, Child's Chairs, Silver,
Glass and Crockcryware, Kitchen
Stove, nearly new, cost $55; Cooking
Utensils, Coal, Saw, Pail, Saddle,
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
January 20th, at 10 a.m.,
At our Salesrooms, will bo sold, at Auc
tion, a Full Line of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Blue Mottled Soap,
Lamp Chimneys, California and Island
Potatoes, Corn nnd Onions, Bags
No. 1 Surjar, Barrels Salmon,
Cane k Wood Seat Chairs
Also, lot Household Furniture,
Largo Iron Safe, now, with various
other Mcrchandibc. Terms Cash.
LYONS & COHEN,
I am Instructed by
A. J. Cart wright, Esq.,
Executor of tho Will of II. M. Queen
Emma, deceased, to sell at
public auction, on
Monday, Jan. 25th,
Atl2 noon, at my salesroom, the
Lease to date fiom April 1st, 18SG.
JSTFor further particulars apply to
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
No. I! Kaahumauu sticet.
231 tu-thsat 7t
We have received instructions to offor
at public auction, on
Monday, Jan. 25th
At 12 o'clock noon, ot our salesroom,
those certain eleven
Val'ble House Lots
On the Kalihi Road, near tho residence
of Cupt. Lorenzcn of Steamer Llkcllkc,
at tho following upset prices, viz:
Lot No. 2 20x100 feet.. $275
" S5 20:ixlC0 " .. 225
' 4205x100 " .. 225
" 5-205x100 " .. 275
" 7 2i:i.125 " .. 300
8 2111x125 " .. 475
' 9205x110 " .. 475
" 10205x100 ' .. 275
11205x170 " .. 300
12205x100 " .. 200
' 13203x100 " .. 175
Tlicso Lots are on tho lifing ground
just beyond the What Cheer Houso aud
command a fine view of Diamond Head
and tho ecu. ....
From tho natural slopo of tho land
the opportunity for drainage is perfect.
Terms of Sale will ho One-half Cash,
Balance in 2 Years,
Secured by mortgage with Interest at 8
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
221 18t Auctioneers.
Annual Hit oting' Nnttce.
rpilE Annual Meeting of the Knhala
JL Sugar Company Is heroby postpon
ed fiom tho 25th of January to tho flth
day of February, 188(1, at 10 a.m., and
will bo held nt tho ofllco of Messrs.
Castle & Cooke. Agents.
23 2w J. B. ATHEKTON, Sec'y.
House at Auction.
That very dcslrablu centrally located pro
pcrty on Klnau street, bc'longlng to
Mr. J. F. Smith,
will bo ofl'cied nt public auction on
Wednesday, Jan. 27th,
at 10 a. m., on the premises, and on the
following favorable terms viz:
One-half Cash, One-half in 1
or 2 Years secured hy mort
gage with interest at 8 pr.ct.
This property adjoins that of W. 11.
Castle, Esq., on Klnau street, nnd has 75
feet front and 200 feet depth. Tho main
houso has a parloi, dining room, 2 bed.
rooms, bathroom, kitchen and pantry.
Thcro arc also stable for 2 horses, hen
house, carriage house with room for
servant, covered shed with floor, &c.
Tlicso as well as .he houte arc in perfect
order and nearly new, having been
finished only 18 months since.
Tho premises arc particularly suited
for a small family or young couple, nnd
aro painted and ilnlshcd inside In a neat
harmonious style. Tho lot Is within 15
minutes' walk of tho Post-office and
very near to Dodd's 'Bus route.
C2T Intending purchasers desiring to
examine the houso can do so upon appli.
cation to tho auctioneers. Thu titles aro
perfect, Royal Patent 3270.
Tie Household fata,
of above will bo sold immediately after
the alo of the hou.se, I.e., on WEDNES
DAY, Jan. 27,at 10 a.m., and consists of,
Handsome Plush Parlor Suite,
with cover; Card Stand; Music Box,
Chundellcr!, Carpet, 11x18; Bronze Sta.
tucltes, Cornices and Lambrequins, Ver
andah Chairs, Oil Marine Scenes, Kugs,
2 B. W. Bedroom Sets Complete,
Hair Mattresses, Mosquito Nets, Pic
tures, B W Extension Pillar Dining
Tabic, Dining Chairs, Mockers, IJW
Sideboard with Mirror, Clocks, Crockery
and Glassware. Handsome Bed Lounire,
Carpet, 14x10, Garden Tools, Stovo and
Utensils, Meat Safe, Ico Chest, Wheel
barrow, Lawn Mower in perfect order,
Step Ladder, Saddle, Bridle, &c.
Also, Ono Fine Black Hawk Marc, 0
years old, a safe and genllo driver, in
foal G months to Venture, with foal by
her sidu by King William. Ono Brace
thoroughbred brown Poland Chickens,
1 brace thoroughbred Silver Spangled
Chickens. 1 fine thoroughbred brown
Leghorn Rooster, 4 Turkeys, 2 Gccso
and !)4or4 dozen of Hens, Boosters, &c.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
221 lot Auctioneers.
Valuable Lots for Sale.
By order of tho owner, we shall sell at
Public Auction, on
MONDAY, January 25th,
at 12 o'clock, noon, at our Salesroom,
unless previously disposed of
at private sale,
All the following Designated
1st All those Premises situated on
Maunakca street, N. ,
With the Buildings thereon,
having a frontago of 21 feet aud a depth
of 05 feot, yielding an annual rent ot
$150. Leased for 10 years from Janu
ary 1, 1880.
2nd That ccrtuln Parcel of Land
situated near thu corner of Maunakca
and Bcrctania streets, containing nn
area of 72 fathoms, upon which thcro aro
3 Good BuildingB,
yielding nn annual rent of $204,payublo
3rd Those certain 2 Lots at Knpa.
lama, lying on the Ewa side of tho lano
leading to Austin's Estate, about G2 feet
front and 100 feet deep. They mo well
fenced aud water laid on.
4th A )4 Interest in that certain
House Lot at Eikihalo,
known as tho Kaklna Premises, which
now rents for $330 per annum. Thcro
aro 2 new Houses on these premises
with additional room for 3 more.
6th Thoso 2 certain Lots nt Kalihi,
containing about 1 acre of good Kalo
Laud and House Lot, with a new build
lug thcrcou. Leased at $100 per annum,
8 years to run.
These are all good paying properties,
very suitablu for iiivoiumcut.
TEIIMS OF SALE-0ne-third Cash,
talance 1 and 2 yean with interest at
8 per cent, secured by mortgage.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
220 ICt Auctioneer.
IMPORT AIHO INVESTORS !
Valuable Real Estate
For Sale by Private Contract or at Mile Auction.
The undersigned havo received instructions from Messrs. Q. W. Mac.
farlanc & Co. to offer for salo at auction, at our salesrooms, on
MONDAY, JANUARY 25th,
At 12 O'clock, Noon,
Unless previously disposed of by private Sale,
The whole of that valuable city ptopcrty known as the IJOOTH ESTATE,
excepting only the corner lot, owned by Mr. Jnmes Oldp. containing in all
20,000 square feet, together with houses, stores nnd buildings thereto be
longing. This is the most compact and deslrnblo picco of property ever offered
for sale in Honolulu. Its main frontages arc 75 feet 5 inches to Nuunnu
street, nnd 03 feet 0 inches to Hotel street. The rear front of tho property
extends from Nuuanu street, back of Messrs. Castle & Cooke's fine brick
warehouse and store, 172 feet 11 inches to ItosoLane, the side frontage
along thu line of tho Koblnson lot to Hotel street being 142 feet 3 inches.
'iho value of this and tho adjoining property-might bo greatly en.
hanccd by carrying Iioso Lane straight through to notel street. Access Is
had 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 $4,000, or 10 per cent, on $45,000; but as
tho leases expire shortly, Iho tental might be increased to $ (1,000 a year
without expenditure for rcpaiis or additions to buildings. If the estate
were sold as n whole, however, by judicious and incxpensivo improve
ments which a practical eve would suggest, even tills large prospective in
come might bo very considerably added to.
Tho Nuuanu street frontago is occupied by a row of two-story build,
ings, tho upper story being used as dwellings, and the first Hoot as stores,
which arc always in occupation. Restaurants and retail stores similarly
occupy tho frontage on Hotel street.
The old International Hotel is In the center of the property, nnd goes
with the lot. It Is used as a lodging house nnd pays handsomely.
Another ndantagc of this line property as an investment is its excel
lent sjnitary conditions. It is on tho highest part of the city, maxai of
lierotauln street, and is therefore easily drained.
Tho property, If not disposed of before date of sale, will bo Urst put up
as a whole lu one lot. Falling a satisfactory purchaser, wo shall then put
It u) in lots, for which purpose It has been subdivided into sixteen lots.
We shall oiler tlicso lots at thu following upset prices, viz:
Lot No. 1 f 1,800
Lot No. 2 .' I,t00
Lot No. 3 1,000
Lot No. 4 1,000
Lot No. 0 1,500
Lot No. 7 8,500
Lot No. 8 1,000
Lot No. 0 1,500
Lot No. 10 :i,750
Lot No. 11 3,750
XjOt NOl lwlMMIM tllMIMIIIMillMIIIMIMIMII,,,,,,,, M. ( QO
Lot No. 13) noac
Lot. No. 15 1,500
Lot No. 10 1,500
And upon the following favorablo terms:
One-third Gash. Balance in 1, 2, and 3 years, with
Interest at 7 per cent, per annum, secured
E2T We solicit an examination of this property, and confidently recom
mend iho investment as a permanent paying one, with greater contingen
cies for advancement than almost any other Kind of property.
A Fhm of lu l'ropzrty enn bo seen nt tho Office of
E. P. ADAMS & Co., Auct'rs.
P. 0. BOX 315.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent.
Real Estato Agent,
Wilucr't Steamship Agent,
Great Burlington ltullioad Agent
No. 4 AdnniN Lime.
Hats dyed aad pressed,
Feathers cleaned nnd curled,
Nutive straws sewed in all tho latest
Lessons given in thirty-six kinds of
funcy work, with drawing nnd painting,
Orders taken for nil kinds of emhroi-
rpHE undersigned, having been duly
X appointed by the lion. Jacob
Hardy, Ciicuit Judge of Kauai, II. L,
Administrator of the Edtato of S. K.
Kuupuu, late of Waimea, deceased,
hereby calls upon all pcnous Indebted
to said Estate to make immediate pay.
nient to me, nnd all penons having
claims ngainst said estate, whether se
cuicd by mortgage or otherwise, aro re
quested to prreul such claims to mo at
my house in Haualci, duly vcrlllcd,
within six months from date of this
notice or be forever barred.
Admlnlsttator of tho Estate of b. K.
Hanalel, Kauai, Jon. 8, 1880. 222
Annual Meeting Notice.
F1MIE Annual Meeting of tho Hawaiian
JL Agricultural Company will bo held
at the otlice of O. Breuer & Co. on
THURSDAY, January 21, 18S0, at 10
o'clock a.m. J. O. OA1.TEH,
210 td Secret iry.
Anmiiil Meeting: Notice.
riMlE Annual Meeting of the East
X Maui Plantation Co. iill bo held
at tho ollico of (J. Biewcr & Co. on
WEDNESDAY, January 20, 1880, m 10
oVlock u.in. 1 O.JONES,
210 td Secretary.
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom Houso Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Opera House,
Fire and Llfo Insurance Agent,
Annual Mooting Notice.
THE Annual Sleeting of C. Brewer fc
Co. will be held at their office,
Honolulu, on WEDNESDAY, February
3, 1880, at 10 o'clock a.m.
210 td J. O. OAUTEIt, Secretary.
COOL OXr t
DID YOU BAY t
Mnko your wife and children happy
by supplying them with
Elite Ice Cream
made from puro Woodlawn Dairy
Go aud surprise your folks, orders
bucket of our delicious Ico Cream. We
pack orders for Ico Cream from 1 to 50
qunrts in Patent Refrigerator Cans, war
ranted to keep its delightful flavor and
perfect form for many hours.
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
Our Fancy Cnkcs arc the Favorite
witli all tho Ladies of Honolulu.
CHOICE FRENCH CANDIES,
Imported fresh nnd in great variety by
Ring Up BellTelcphono 182 or Mutual 338.
The Elite Ico Cream Parlors. j
No. H5 Ilotol Btroot,
Are open dally util 11 p.m.
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