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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20, 1880.
Schr Ilnlcnkahi fiom l'epeckeo
Schr Mlllu Moiris-fiom Lnnni
Stmr Kllauca Hon from Wlndu aid Torts
Schr Llholtho from Wulmca
pV January 20
Schr Kawailanl for Kunlaii
Schr Maim for Ilonomii
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Iwalaul for Huimikmi
VESSELS IN PORT.
Uk Lovspring, Thomson
Uk Klslnoio, Jenks
Uk O It BMiop, Walter
15k Lady llowcn, Jlodd
Toin W H Jlowne, Paul
flktiiu I)iscoery, l'ciilman
Bgtnu W 0 Irwin, Turner
" SHIPPING NOTES.
dipt IJrownoll hat Mulshed towing
lumber at Hllo with 1 N Go's, steam,
launch and has icturucd to Honolulu.
The launch arrives by the Wiilmnnalo
ThoW S Bowne will Fall for San
FrancIco about Tuesday next.
Stmr Kllauca Hon brought 4,500 bags
of sugar from Nakalau. Shu also brought
50 head of rattle, and 8 hides. She sails
The schooner Luka was dilvcn to sea
on Tuesday of last week during equally
weather at Koholalclc. Sho Is said to
have lost n raft of lumber.
The schr Malolo was at Knlwllahl
lahi when the Kllauca Itnu left.
Fnr.su Mince Pies daily fiom and
after dato at Mcllcr
iv uuiuc s v;on
177 Fiiesh Cream Cakes and
daily from and after dato at
& Halbo's Confectionery.
' Tiiehi: will be an hour's "go as
you please" (without skates) race,
at tlio Central Park Skating Kink,
Saturday night, at 7:90. Alio, a
bicycle race for boys under 11.
Prizes will be given. .'JO It
In this week's list of paid claims
appears the name of George N. Wal
ker, n prominent citizen of Peoria,
111. In 1818 Mr. Walker took a
S3000 ordinary life -policy in the'
Mutual Life Insurance Company of
New York. It cost him $73 a year,
and ho kept it paid up until the day
of liis death. The accumulated
dividends nparly equal the face value
of the policy and the total claim
paid to Mrs. Walker is $5727. Hon.
S. G. Wilder, agent for the Ha
LOCAL. & CENERAL NEWS.
.Usual services this evening at.the
Protestant churches. ,
Rkuui.au cash sale byv Lewis J.
Levey at ten to-morrow. '
Stronq winds aiid northerly swells
are reported at Hamakua.
Steameii Kilauca Hou brings news
of fine weather to windwavd.
The Volcano is said to be very
active, and a new How to have start
ed. The Onomea mill starts grinding
on Monday next for the season and
the Paauhau mill on Feb.' 1st.
Mil. I. ' B. Peterson, Assistant
Postmaster, has been laid aside from
duty, for about a week past, by
A baiie chance for investment in
rice lands will be afforded at Levey's
salesroom on Saturday the 20th. An
advertisement in this paper gives
timely and detailed information.
The monthly meeting of tho W.
C. ,T. U. will bo held in the Y. M.
C. A. parlors to-morrow, Thursday,
afternoon at half-past two. Mrs.
E. P. Adams will present before the
meeting tho subject of Scientific
Temperance Instruction. A cordial
invitation is extended to all.
Mus. K. Jay Giieenk.
Mn. J. T. Baker was addressing
a crowd of natives from horseback
- at the Anchor Saloon this forenoon.
Passers-!)' had to take to the muddy
streets owing to the obstruction.
Other politicians commit .similar
encroachments on public rights, and
the polico authorities would do
right to recommend them, each and
all, to hire a hall for verbal com
munications with the "free and en
lightened." Mit. Hermann. Lubcck, who lives
at Iwilel, lost 8160 in paper on his
way home from work on tho steamer
Iwalani last evening, and is pre
pared to pay a liberal reward for
its recovery. He went by way of
King street, then past the Oahu
Prison and tho slaughter houso to
his home. It is a heavy loss for a
worklngman,, and it is to bo hoped
the money has been picked up by
an honest person who will restore it.
i Tub "Planters' Monthly" for
January has n political aiticle, show
ing up tjio dependent character of
the majority of tho Government
candidates, only four of whom aro
not in tho pay of tho Government.
An extract from a letter of Dr. J7
Mott Smith Is given, expressing his
opinion that the diffusion process is
applicable to cane. Mr. A. Marques
has an aiticle on banana culture,
and tho remainder of the number is
a variety of practical matter.
By the steamer Iwalaul that ar
rived yesterday morning news was
received of floating timber that may
lead to the discovery of some catas
trophe or to tho possible destiny of
tho missing schooner Domitila. A
largo raft made of new timber in
pieces about 30 feet long, one inch
thick, 12 incites wide and marked
K, was found lashed together with
a 3-inch rope. It was stranded on
the reef between Ilonokaa and Pa
auhau. It was discovered on Mon
day of last week, and on tho follow
ing day the steamer Iwalani towed
it off the rocks. There were about
1,500 feet of rough boards on the
raft, which was taken apart and
brought to Honolulu. Conjectures
arc numerous, but as yet all are
A KiEitcE southerly wind'wns howl
ing this morning. The harbor was
covered with whitc-chps. The
Pcle, the steam scow and other
small craft took shelter at the north
ern extremity of tho bay. Tho
larger vessels creaked and gioancd
against the wharves, while the
wind whistled mournfully through
the riggings. A fishing sloop was
washed against tho stone bulkhead
near the Honolulu Yacht and Boat
Club house. Her boom and sails
were washed awayi and while she
was gradually filling with every
large wave her hull bumped against
projecting stones. The rain, though
of short duration, would coino down
in blinding sheets, compelling pedes
trians to divo under cover and re
tarding shipping operations to somo
THE MASS FOR KING ALFONSO.
The high mass poformed at the
Roman Catholic Cathedral yesterday
morning, for the repose of tho soul
of the late Alfonso NIL, King of
Spain, was attended by His Majesty
and a distinguished company of
Government, diplomatic, judicial,
professional and business people.
Government and consular flags were
displayed at half-mast throughout
the town. Mr. R. W. Laine, Vice
Consul of Spain, received tho royal
and diplomatic personages. The
service was very elaborate, the
Royal Hawaiian Band assisting in
"the music, and tho mass being cele
brated by the Right Rev. Dr. Her
man, Bishop of Olba, Rev. Fathers
Clement, Raymond and Sylvester,
Rev. Father Lconor directing .the
choir. The Bishop pronounced a
eulogy in front of the altar on tho
Tho interest in the tent meetings
is increasing. 'Tho subject of tho
world's conversion has -been the
theme of tho last two evenings. The
elder claimed that tho doctrine is
nowhere taught in tho scriptures;
that it was invented by Daniel
Whitby, of England, and first pub
lished about 1C80 A. D., and gain
ed its prominence among religious
ciicles only in the past few years.
He said that Isaiah 2(:2 1, so often
read to prove tho world's conver
sion, docs not say that a time of
peace is coming in the last days,
but that in the last days many
people will say it is going to be so ;
while Joel says that tho Lord says
it will be just the opposite of peace.
Joel 3:914. Tho fact, that
many people arc teaching that all
the world is to bo converted, was
presented as evidence that we are in
tho last days, for they thus fulfil
Isaiah 2 :2 4. "Signs of tho Second
Advent," is the subject to-night.
THE POST OFFICE ROBBERY.
AKKEST Of THOMAS U. WALKEIt.
Last evening Thomas B. Walker,
bricklayer, was arrested on a war
rant charging him with burglary.
The entry on the Station House slate
did not specify the time and place
of the alleged offense, but it was
generally accepted that the arrest
was made on account of the recent
Post Olllce robbery. This current
impression yas verified when the
prisoner was arraigned this morning
in the Polico Court. He had been
admitted to 81,500 bail, provided by
Messrs. George Luca's and John F.
Bowler, for his appearance, and the
Crown asking for a remand until
Saturday, ho was again released on
tho samo security, liable to be called
in the meantime and tho bail increas
ed if further developments of the
case warrant that. Although coun
sel had been spoken to by Walker
none had been retained up to his
appearance in Court.
Before Judge Preston, yesterday.
Hon. W. C. Parke presented his first
and final account in tho estato of F.
J. Higgins, bankrupt. Receipts
wcro 8285.05 ; expenses paid, 8137.
25 ; amount to be distributed among
creditors at 2J percent, $147.80.
The total amount of claims proved
Vfas 85,912.12. Tho Court examined
and approved tho accounts, and
ordered the assignee's discharge.
Before Chief Justice Judd, claims
were proved against the bankrupt
estate of Thomas Krouse to the
amount of 8101.72, and Thomas R.
Lucas was elected assignco witli a
bond of $500.
Wednesday, Jan. 20th.
Joe and Edawanl each forfeited
SC'ball for drunkenness.
Several cases were remanded,
among others T. B. Walker, charged
with burglary on tho 3rd day of
January, at tho Post Olllce, Hono
lulu, who was remanded till tho 23rd
Lui, Daniel, Kuaiwa and Kcpa,
boys ranging from 11 to 14, were
charged with malicious mischief on
or ubotit the 13th inst. value of
property destroyed being $98. Daniel
pleaded not guilty, the others guilty.
Evidence showed that all four had
quartered thcmsolvos in the vacant
Robinson homestead in Nuuanu
valley. They broke in, slept over
night in a bed, forced open cook
house, barn, vault and trunks, look
ing for money ; smashed the plaster
with a pickaxo and walking cano,
turned things upside down generally,
breaking seme ai tides and carrying
others away. There was no evidenco
for tho defense, and tho young cul
prits were committed to tho Refor
matory School Lui, 13, who had
given evidence for tho crown, for
ono year ; Kuaiwa, 1 1 , two years ;
Daniel, 14, and Kepa, 12, during
Wednesday, Jan. 20th.
Before Judd, C. J. ; McCully and
Hawaiian Commercial Co. vs. J.
M. Horner, appellant. Exceptions.
Paul Neumann and F. M. Hatch for
plaintiff; J. Austin and S.B. Dolo
for defendant. Argued and sub
mitted. Ah Hong, appellant, vs. W. C.
Parke. Exceptions. Paul Neumann
and A. Rosa for plaintiff; C. Brown
for defendant. Argued and sub
mitted. W. C. Parke et al., assignees, vs.
Lau Ung, appellant. Equity ap
peal. W. Austin Whiting for plain
tiff; II. E. Avery for defendant.
Argued and submitted.
A. Fernandez vs. People's Ice
Co., appellant. Exceptions. F. M.
Hatch for plaintiff ; Paul Neumann
and W. A. Whiting for defendant.
Argued and submitted.
LAST evening, between tho Inter
Island 8. S. Wharf and Iwilel
(past the Prison and slaughter house),
the sum of $100. The finder will be
liberally rewardod on returning the
money to this Ofllcc, or to
gQ2t HERMANN LUDECK.
EATLY Furnished Kooms.31 Ala.
kea Stret. 28 3t '
absence to the other
JL isrmus Mr.
will act as my Agent. Parties having
pictures promiseduy tho next steamer
will recclvo tho same from him at Mr.
J. J. WllliumB' Photograph Gallery, 102
Fort Street. .T. J. Sl'ENCE,
20 tw Agent Michigan Portrait Co.
(ft 00 100
Haw'n Carriage Mnnf'g Co.,
E.O. Hall & Son,
Intcr-Island S. N. Co.r
Haw'n Agricultural Co.,
Wllder's Steamship Co.,
C. Brewer & Co.,
Walluku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Co ,
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Biokci.
39 Merchant Street. 151 ly
This Paper goes into most of the
English-speaking households of
Honolulu. It is unquestionably tho
Best Midi of Publicity
for business men desirous of bring-
ing their wares to
the notice of the
lUtojilily BottlomcmtM tit
Wo have received instructions to offer
at public auction, on
Monday, Jan. 25th
At 12 o'rlork noon, at our salesroom,
those cciialu eleven
Val'ble House Lots
On tho Kalihi Itond, near the residence
of Capt. Lorcnzon of Steamer Llkcllke,
at tho following upset prices, viz:
Lot No. 2201x100 feet.. $275
" !( 20JxlCG " .. 225
" 1205x100 " .. 225
" 5205x100 " .. 275
" 721M125 " .. .100
S 213x125 " .. 175
. " 0 03x140 " .. 475
" 10 205x100 ' .. 275
" 11205x170 " .. 300
" 12205x100 " .. 200
13 20jx1C0 " .. 175
These Lots aic on the risin
lust beyond the What Cheer IIouso and
command a fine vhw of Diamond Head
nnd the sea.
From the natur il slope of tho land
tho opportunity for drainage is perfect.
Terms of Sale will bo One-half Cash,
Balance in 2 Yean,
Secured by mortgtgo with Interest at 8
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
221 13t Auctioueers.
iai Lots k
By order of the owner, we shall sell at
Public Auction, on
MONDAY, January 25th,
nt 13 o'clock, noon, at our Salesroom,
unless previously disposed of
at private sale,
Alt the following Designated
1st All thoe
With. the Buildings thereon,
having a frontage of 21 feet and a depth
of 05 feet, yielding an aunual rent of
$150. Leased for 10 years fiom Janu.
ary 1, 1880.
2nd That certain Parcel of Land
situated near the corner of Maunakea
and lierctanla streets, containing an
area of 72 fathoms, upon which there are
3 Good Buildings,
yielding an annual rent or 204, payable
3rd Those certain 2 Lots at Kupa.
lama, lying on the Ewa sido of tho lane
leading to Austin's Estate, obout C2 feet
front and 100 feet deep. TLey are well
fenced nnd water laid on.
4th A H Interest in that certain
House Lot at Kikihale,
known as tho Kakina Premises, which
now rents for $330 per annum. There
arc 2 now Houses on these premisis
with additional room for 3 more.
5th Those 2 certain Lots nt Kalihi,
containing about 1 acre of good Kalo
Land and IIouso Lot, with a new build
ing thereon. Leased at $100 per annum,
8 years to run.
These are all good paying properties,
very suitable for investment.
TEEMS OF SALE.-One-third Cash,
balance 1 and 2 years with interest at
8 per cent, secured by mortgage.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
220 15t Auctioneers.
Clashes & Mats!
By order of A. J. Cartwright, Esq.,
Executor of the Estate of Her Majesty
Queen Emma, wo will sell, nt tho resi
dence, corner Bcrctanla and Nuunnu St.,
On Wednesday, Fob. 10th,
nt 10 a.m., a large lot of
Lcls, Mats and Small Kahilis.
There aro over 200 Calabashes, made
of a varloty of Island woods, such as
Kou, Cocoanut and Koa, and in dlllcr.
cnt styles and sizes. The Cocoanut
Calabashes upon Sliver Stunds, present.
cd to Her lato Majesty by members of
tho Boyal Family of Poraaro, Qucon of
the Society Islands, aro very Interesting
as curiosities and also as mementoes of
S3T An opportunity for examination
of the obove will bo afforded the day
before tho sale from 0 a.m. until 4 p.m.
E. P. ADAMS
225 0 tu-thu-sat
Valuable Real Estate
For Sale bf-Privale Contract or at Piic Anctlon.
Tho undersigned have received Instructions from Messrs. O. W. Mac.
furlnno & Co. to oiler, for sale at auction, nt our salesrooms, on
MONDAY, JANUARY 25th,
At 13 O'clock, Noon,
Unless previously disposed of by private Sale,
The wholo of that valuablo city property known as the 1100TII ESTATE,
excepting only the corner lot, owned by Mr. James Olds, containing In all
20,000 square feet, together with house, stores and buildings thereto Lc.
'I lils Is tho most compact and desirable piece of property over ollercd
for sale in Honolulu. Its main frontages are 75 feet 5 Inches to Nuuanu
street, and 03 feet 0 inches to Hotel htrcct. Tho rear front of the property
extends from Nuuanu street, back of Messrs. Castle & Cooko's lino brick
warehouse and store, 172 feet 11 Inches to Hose Lane, tho side frontage
along the lino of tho Robinson lot to Hotel street being 142 feet 3 inches.
The value of this and the ndjohiing property might be greatly en.
Imnced by carrying llosu Lane straight through to Hotel street. Across Is
had to Hotel and Nuunnu streets from the rear and center of the estate by
lanes long In uo on the property Itself.
Situated m the heart of the retail business quarter of the city, nnd
having a largo aren of available building space unoccupied, this property
holds out unusual inducements to capitalists as a permanent Investment.
The present annual Investment is $4,500, or 10 per cent, on $45,000; but ns
tho leases expire shortly, the rental might he Increased to $0,000 a year
without expenditure for repalis or additions to buildings. If the estate
weio sold as a whole, however, by judicious und inexpensive Improve
ments which a practical eye would suggest, even this largo prospective In.
como might be very considerably added to.
The Nuuanu Btrcct frontage Is occupied by a row of two-story build
ings, tho upper story being used as dwellings, and the first floot as stores,
which aro always in occupation. Restaurants and retail stores similarly
occupy tho frontage on Hotel street.
Tho old International Hotel Is In the center of tho property, and goes
with the lot. It Is used as a lodging house nnd pays handsomely.
Another ndvnntngo of this lino property as an investment is its excel
lent sanitary condition'. It la on tho highest part of the city, maun! of
Herctnnla street, nnd Is therefore easily drained.
Tho properly, If not disposed of before date of sale, will bo Orst put up
as a whole in one. lot. Falling a satisfactory purchaser, we shall then put
ll tip in lot, for which purpose It has been subdivided into sixteen lots.
We shall oiler these lots at tiiu following upset prices, viz:
Lot No. 1 $ 1,800
Lot No. 2 1,1-00
Lot No. 3 1,000
Lot No. 4 1,000
Lot No. 5 1,500
Lot No. 0 1,500
Lot No. 7 8,500
Lot No. 8 1.G00
Lot No. 0 1,500
LotNu. 10 3,750
Lot No. 11 3,750
Lot No. 12 2,750
Lot. No. 15 1,500
Lot No. 10 1,500
And upon tho following favorablo terms:
One-third Gash. Balance in 1, 2, and 3 yoars, with
Intorest at 7 per cent, per annum, secured
3T Wo 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 the Property enn bo Keen at the Olllce of
E. P. ADAMS & Co., Auct'rs.
P.O. BOX 315.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent.
Ileal Estato Agent,
Wllder's Steamship Agent,
Great Burlington Kailioad Agent
Tio. 4 AilnniM liiuic.
Hats dyed and pressed,
Feathers cleaned nnd curled,
Nntlve straws sewed In all tho latest
Lessons given in thirty-six kinds of
fancy work, with drawing and painting,
Orders taken for all kinds of cnihrol.
rpilE undersigned, having been duly
X appointed by the lion. Jacob
Hardy, Circuit Judge of Kauni, II. 1.,
Administrator of the Estate of S. K.
Kuapuu, lato of Wulmca, deceased,
hereby calls upon all purons Indebted
to said Estato to make Immediuto pay
ment to me, and all persons having
claims against bald estate, whether se.
cured by mortgage or otherwise, are re.
quested to present such claims to me at
my house lu Hannlcl, duly verified,
within six months from dato of this
notice or be forever barred.
J. KAKINA, '
Administrator of the Estate of S. K.
Kuapuu, deceased. '
Haniilel, Kauai, Jan. 8, 1880. 232
Annual Mooting Notico.
THE Annual Meeting of the Hawaiian
Agricultural Company will he held
at the otllcu of C. lirewcr & Co. on
THURSDAY, January 21, 18fc0, at 10
o'clock a.m. J. O. OA1.TEH,
210 td Secretary.
Annual Meeting: Notice.
rpilE Annual Meeting of tho Kohala
X Sugar Company Is hereby postpon.
cd from the 25th of January to tho 0th
day of Fobruary, 1880, at 10 a.m., und
will bo held at the olllce of Messrs.
Castle & Cooke. Agents.
23 2w J. U. ATUEHTON, Scc'y.
Houolnln, II. I.
Custom IIouso Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Opera House,
Fire and Life Insurance. Agent,
Annual Meeting: Notice.
THE Annual Meeting of C. Brewer &
Co. will be held nt their olllce,
Honolulu, on WEDNESDAY, February
0, 1880, at 10 o'clock a.m.
210 td J. Q. OAKTEIt, Secretary.
COOL OXTIT' !
DID YOU BAY T
Mako your wife and children happy
by supplying them with
Elite Ice Cream
made from pure Woodlawn Dairy
Go and surprise your folks, order a
bucket of our delicious Ice Cream. Wo
pack orders for Ice Cream from 1 to 50
qunrts lu Patent Refrigerator Cans, war
runted to keep its delightful tiuvor and
perfect form for many hours.
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
Our Fancy Cakes nre the Favorlto
with all the Ladles of Honolulu.
CHOICE FRENCH CANDIES,
Imported fresh and in great variety' by
Ring Up Bell Telephone 182 or Mutual 338.
Tho Elite Ico Cream Parlors.
No. 85 IIolol Btroot,
Are open dally uUl 11 i-.u.