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Stmr Llkelikollko from ICahitlul
Stmr U K Bishop fiom Walan.ic
Stmr Mokolli fiom Molokal
Stmr .las I Dowsctt from Molokal
Hehr Muuuokawnl fiom Koolau
Schr Wiifiimlii for IIIIo
Schr Wnllcle for Mallko
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr Klnau for the Volcano
Stmr Llkellko for ICnhulul
Stmr Lchuafor Wludwuid Poits
Stmr .Ins I Dowsctt for Molokal
Stmr Mokolli for Molokal
SlinrO K Bishop for Kauai, via Will-
anau and Walaltia
Schr Ilaloakala for l'opcokco
VESSELS IN PORT.
Jtk Lovspilnjr, Thomson
Bk Ellnorc, .Icnks
Bk 0 11 BMiop, Walter
Bk Lady Row en, llodd
Bktuo Discovery, I'cri lnian
Bgtno W O Irwin, Turner
Brig Allle Kowe, Phillip
Tern W S Bownc, Paul
Fiom Kalmliil, per stmr Llkellkc,
.Ian 2.J-G 0 Willlain, It Langer, P X
Makcc, W Shliur, C P Phillip, .1 l-'er-rclr.i
mill wife, .1 Montgoinoiy, .1 31
Alexander, Mrs Sinclair, L Von Tcinp
skv, II P Baldwin and (!." deck.
From Wlndwaid Ports, per stmr W
(I Hull, Jim 2:! L C .Tone-". Jr, J I)
Arkeriiiau, wife and two chlldicn, Mls
S A Yiite, Ml HonipMcad, Captain L
Miirchnnt, Hon G W l'lllpo, Geo (!iay,
31 Uitvl", Mrs J llolek, MUs K Midie
loua, and 01 deck.
From AVnianac, Oaliu, per stmr G It
BMiop, Jan 22 II It II Pilncei Like
like, II Jt II l'llncess ICaiulaiil. Hon II
A Whlcmami and wife, MNs Gaidiuler,
and 10 deck.
The Klnaii sail on Monday afternoon
for the Volcano and Windward Poits.
Stmr W G Hull In ought :i,0f)li bags of
sugar, 351 bags of iiwu, 01 bags of coffee.
10 hides, 100 skins, and 20 head of
Tho Llkellkc bi ought 3,130 bags of
January 22nd, Infant
Cbr. and Hannah GoiU;
ajjeu 7 days,
Fitusii Mince Pics daily from and
after date at Mcllcr & Ilalbe's Con
Fresh Cream Cakes and Kilairs
daily from and after date at Mellcr
& Ilalbe's Confectionery. 177
Just received by the Alameda,
200 Bags New Zealand Oats. For
sale, in quantities to suit, by the
Union Feed Company. 232 lw
Tiiunn will be an hour's "go as
you please" (without skates) lace,
at the Central Park Skating Rink,
Saturday night, at 7:80. Also, a
bicycle race for boys under 1-1.
Prizes will be given. 130 It
A vi:nv comprehensive and classi
fied business directory for Honolulu
is furnished in the business cards on
the outside pages of tho Bui.i.ctin,
supplemented by the advertisements
of regular and transient patrons on
every page. 231 tf.
In this week's list of paid claims
appears the name of George N. Wal
ker, a prominent citizen of Peoria,
111. In 1818 Mr. "Walker took a
83000 ordinary life policy in the
Mutual Life Insurance Company of
New York. It cost him $7o a year,
and he kept it paid up until the day
of h'is death. The accumulated
dividends nearly equal the face value
of the policy and the total claim
paid to Mrs. Walker is 85727. Hon.
S. G. Wilder, agent for the Ha
waiian Islands. ,
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Caiipaion literature is thick as
leaves in Vallambrosa about- the
Tiiuiu: will bo music and a two
mile challenge race at the Yosemito
Y. M. C. A. gospel temperance
meeting this evening, in tho Bethel
vestry, at 7 fJO.
Gi:o. A. Fm.i.ows, who has been
about the city in tho capacity of a
book agent, wns yesterday committed
to the Insane Asylum, on the evi
dence of Dr. Webb.
A PonTuaur.sn was prostrated
witli the D. T.'s at the corner of
Merchant and Kaahuinanu streets
about nine o'clock this morning,
and was carried off bodily by a
A watkk cask painted white with
black hoops was seenf'from the
steamer W. G. hall on her last trip
off South Point, Hawaii.' It was
covered with barnacles and is sup
posed to bo from ono of I tho lost
L. J. Nahoka Hii'A has been ap
pointed Adjutant; J. M. Ifutjcakua,
i'irst Lieutenant, A Coinpaitvj J. M.
Bright, Second Lleutonant, A Com
pany i James N. K. Kcola, Quarter
tnnilci', in the Queen's Own, under
Cnptnin W. F. O'Connor.
Jin. nnd Mrs. Chns. Hustaco's
silver wedding nt Mr. l'nty's Inst
night wns n brilliant event, the
illuminations being gorgeous and
the Hand music entrancing. The
Band's presence- was due to tho
kindness of Princess Liliitokalnnl.
Tin: one hour go-as-you-please
foot race mid also a bicycle race
conic off at tliu Centarl Park Hink
this eveninsr. The entries for the
one hour go-as-you-please race
night arc: J. Tolbert, J. Brown,
Camara, xv. Mooie, It. ! armor,
Widdellcld and 2 Portuguese.
By the steamer Lchua, that ar
rived Thursday, it is learned that
the steamer Kinati could not effect
a lauding at Mulitikoiia going up, on
account of the roughness of the
weather. The steamer went on to
Iliio, and in consequence of lost
time she will not arrive until to
A nuiiAKKAST was given by His
Majesty the King, j'estcrday morn
ing, at lolanl Palace, in honor of
Mr. It. S. Peddic, M. P., Mr. Fox,
Mrs. and Miss Fox, of Philadelphia,
Mr. W. N. Talbot, Mr. P. Pike and
Mr. K. C. Macfarlanc. Her Majesty
the Queen, with Colonel Purvis and
Colonel G. W. Macfarlanc, were also
present. A choice selection of
music was' played by the ltoyal
Tin: Hawaiian brig Allie Itowe,
in charge of Capl. Phillips, formerly
chief olllcer, an ived yesterday even
ing, !)'J days from Hongkong. She
had 7;l Chinese passengers on board,
and, having come in the harbor be
fore the port physician had boarded
her, she hoisted the yellow Hag.
She was boarded this morning by
Dr. Biodie, who pronounced every
thing O. K. Thu Allie Itowe, here
tofore regarded as a slow vessel,
has, it is said, made the fastest
voyage on record from Hongkong to
this port. She is docked at Brewer's
AUCTION SALES ON MONDAY.
By K. P. Adams &Co. At noon,
the famous Booth .Estate ; premises
on Maunakca street ; premises near
the corner of Maunakea and Bcrc
tania streets, with three buildings ;
2 lots at Kapalama ; half interest in
a house lot at Kikilialc; fourteen
lots at Kalihi ; lease of the Halawa
fishery, belonging to Queen Emma's
By Lewis J. Levey. At No. 8
Emma street, 10 o'clock, household
miniEnv and connui'TioN.
We are still suffering from dry
weather. Canvassing for votes is
going on vigorously in the district,
bribes for votes being openly offer
ed. The price of a vote for the
Spreckels Government candidate
being a suit of clothes supplied by
the Spreckels store at Naalchu.
One Undcr-Shcriff on the island of
Hawaii, who was also a tax collector,
was told to keep the tax receipts
from the kanakas so as to get the
votes for the Government candidate,
but being a man who liked fair play
ho did not accede to the request.
The independent candidate Kauhanc
lias the best chance of being re
turned. Paliala, Kau, Jan. 20, 188(5.
FIRE AT H0NUAP0.
By the steamer W. G. Hall that
arrived yesterday afternoon tidings
of a disastrous fire were received.
Last Wednesday, about mid-day,
when the wind was blowing fiercely
from tho south, a fire was discover
ed in the cane fields of Honuapo
plantation, Kau, Hawaii. All hands
of that plantation united to fight the
llamcs, but owing to the violence of
tho wind, the inllaminability of the
cane and the intensity of tho heat,
all attempts to cheek the flames were
without avail. Ono of tho planta
tions hands, a Japanese, was suffo
cated and burnt to death while fight
ing tho lire. Three acres of cane
were burnt to tho ground in fifteen
minutes, and there being no more
combustible material to leeward thu
llamcs exhausted themselves. The
fire oiiginatcd from a spark blown
from trasli burned on the premises,
tho previous day.
THE HOUR OF JUDCMENT.
Elder Hcaley, at the tent, last
night, located tho tiino when God
began tho final judgment of mankind
in I8ll, A. D., by showing that
tho two thousand and three hundred
prophetic days of Daniel 8 :ll ended
at that time. This was done by
proving those 2,300 days to bo literal
years, as is generally admitted by
commentators. And they began
when the decree went forth to re
build, and restore Jerusalem.
Daniel 9:25. Which was, according
to Ezra seventh, sec date in the
margin l). C. 157.
Revelation 1 :4G-13 calls attention
to the proclamation of the. gospel to
all nations, and in connection with
'it ato made special proclamations,
and then tho Lord comes, as shorn
in verse 1 1. This proclamation of
the gospel is in harmony with Christ's
words in Matthew 21:1-1, that this
gospel shall be preached to all
nations just before the end. One
of the special announcements mado
at that time is that "The hour of
the judgment is conic." Revela
tion 11:7. So if it is title that the
judgment began in 1811, a procla
mation of the fact was due to the
world at that time. This proclama
tion the claimed was made by thu
great body of people who were then
looking for the coming of Cinist.
They were right that the judgment
began then, and fulfilled the pro
phecy in preaching it. But they
thought It was to be after Christ
comes, and so, proving from the
scriptures that the judgment was at
that lime, they supposed that Christ
would conio then, not discerning
that the judgment precedes his
coming, that the cleansing of the
santuary of Daniel 8:1-1 and the
judgment, which are synonymous
events, take place in heaven. Sub
ject to-night: "God's Legal Stand
ard of Judgment." Com.
AN OFFICER ON TRIAL.
This morning Mr. John Good, a
special police ofllccr, was tried in
the Foliec Couit for assault and bat
tery on a Chinaman, on thu occasion
of the descent bv tho Marshal and
otllccrs on the Tong Hing society,
Nov. 8lh. It will bo remembered
that the persons anestcd on that
occasion wcio recently tried in tho
Supreme Couit, for unlawful secret
association, and acquitted, the Court
commenting severely on the proce
dure of the olllccrs, in having used
a search warrant for a particular
building to raid another one in a
In the present case, Ah Yong tes
tified that he was at the society
house in question on the night of
the date mentioned above, worship
ing Joss ; defendant came in with a
stick in ono hand and a pistol in the
other, without having asked for ad
mittance; Good said, "Hold on I
Hold on!" Witness tinned round
and defendant struck him on the
head with a four-edged stick. Tho
doors were closed when they came.
John Good, on his own behalf,
testified, admitting having struck
the complainant; had gone with tho
Matshal with a search warrant to
the house; there was a large crowd,
lie estimated about 80, and when
lie drew his pistol they rushed away
to the further corner; he struck ono
man escaping from a window to stop
him ; then called
to crowd to stop,
mado a rush,
man, who was
thoso arrested, he being nearest to
him ; tho crowd wus so great that he
had to back; they seized much
paraphernalia. Cross-examined He
did not remember being struck ; he
broke in the door ; before the arrest
ho did not hear anything said about
a warrant ; did not hear them noti
fied what they were charged with.
Defendant was then remanded for
judgment until Monday morning.
Satuiiday, Jan. 26'rd.
T. 15. Walker, for burglary at the
Post Olllce Jan. 3rd, was further re
manded till tho 27th inst.
John Good, assault and battery
on Ay Yong, remanded from 20th,
pleaded not guilty, was tried nnd
remanded for judgment till tho 25th.
Kewiki, a young truant, was com
mitted to the Reformatory School
for two years.
Annual Meeting' Notice.
THE Annual Meeting of tho East
Maul Stock Co will bo held at the
ofllco of C. Brewer fc t!o. on MONDAY,
February 1, 1880, at 10 o'clock a.m.
210 td P. C. JONES, .Secrctmy.
Annual Meeting Notice.
Till: Annual Meeting of C. Brewer &
Co. will be held at their olllce,
Honolulu, on WEDNESDAY, February
ii, I860, at 10 o'clock a.m.
210 td .T. O. QAKTEIt, SccreUiry.
Estsite of T. E. Krou.se.
nPHE undcislgncd, having been elect.
X cd assignee of tho above estate,
heroby requests all persons indebted to
this estate to pay immediately, and all
persons having claims against this
estate to send their bills immediately to
T. II. LUCAS.
Honolulu. Jan. 20. 18S5. 3131
A SPECIAL Meeting of the Board of
Trustees of the Queen's Hospital
w ill bo held at the room of tho Chamber
of Commerce, at 11 o'clock a.m., on
WEDNESDAY, tho 27th January, 188 0
to act on tho resignation of Henri O.
McOrcw, M.D., as assistant physician of
the Hospital and to appoint a physician
in his place. Per order,
1-'. A. HUll.b.hlllDCC'y.
Honolulu, Jan. 18, 1880. 31
O Luso Hawaiiano.
A LL nersons who want to communi.
J. cato with the Poitupucse, either
for business, or for procuring workmen,
servants or uny other helps, will find it
tho most prolltahlo way to advertise in
tho Luso Haivaiiano, tho now organ of
tho Portucucso colony, winch Is pub.
llshcd on Merchant stieet, Gazette Build,
lnp, (Post.Onico Letter Box B.), and
only charges reasonable rates for advertisements.
A Htl'UATION ' y a respectable yot ng
j:. man in any o paciiy
Willi carpenters' ioois.
NOTICE of HEMOVAL.
MRS. GASCOYNE bogs to Inform
her numerous friends ami rus.
tnmura that bhc ha leniovcd to the pre.
mlsci lately occupied by Mr. Mlchlcls,
at the corner oi Alnkcn and King
Streets. 31 lw
Valuable Lots for Sale
By order of the trvner, wo shall sell at
Public Auction, on
MONDAY, .nuiuary 25tli,
at l'J o'clock, noun, at our Saltsiomn,
unless pievli uly disposed of
at pilvatr sale,
All the following Designated
1st All those Premises situated on
Maunakc.i street, N. ,
With, tho Buildings thoreon,
having n frontage of St feet and a depth
of 05 feet, yielding an annual rent of
$1C0. Leased for II) years from Jaini.
ary 1, 1830.
2nd That ccriaiu Parcel of Laud
situated near the corner of Maunnkc.i
and Ilcrctanla streets containing an
area of 72 fathom:), upon which there aro
3 Good Buildings,
yielding an aunu-il rent or $'-'01, payable
3rd Those ceitain 2 I.ntM at K;2
lama, lying on the Ewn side of the limu
leading to Austin's Kstate. til out C'.' fcut
front nnd 100 feet deep. They aro well
fenced and water laid on.
ltli A H Interest in that certain
House Lot at Kikihale,
known as tho Kakina Premises, which
now rents for $3!!(J per annum. There
arc 2 new Houses on these promises
with additional room for !5 more.
Cth Thoso 2 certain Lots at Kalihi,
containing about 1 aero of good Kalo
Laud and House Lot, with a new build
ing thereon. Leased at $100 per annum,
8 years to run.
Thcso nrc all good paying propcilies,
very suitable for Investment.
TERMS OF SALE-"0ne-third Cash,
balanco 1 and 2 years with intorcst at
8 per cent, secured by mortgage.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
220 10t Auctioneers.
House at Auction.
That very desirable centrally located pro
pcrty on Kinau street, belonging to
Mr. J. F. Smith,
will bo offered at public auction on
Wednesday, Jan. 27th,
at 10 a. m., on tho premises, and on the
following favorable terms, via
One-half Gash, One-half in 1
or 2 Years seouredby mort
gage with interest at 8 pr.ct.
This property adjoins that of W. It.
Castle, Esq., on Ki mm street, and has 715
feet front and 200 feet depth. The main
house has a parlor, dining room, 2 bed.
rooms, bathroom, kitchen and pantry.
There are also stable for 2 hortes, heu
house, carriage house with room for
servant, covered shed witli Door, &c.
These as well as the house aro in perfect
order and nuarlj new, having been
finished only 18 mouths since.
Tho premises are particularly suited
for n small family or young couple, and
aro painted and llnishcd inside in a neat
harmonious style. The lot Is within 15
miuutcs' walk of the Post-ollico and
very near to Dodd's 'Bus route.
C3f" Intendlm: purchasers desiring to
examine the house can do so upon appli
cation to thu auctioneers. Thu titles are
perfect, Royal Patent 3270.
'Hie Household faiire,
of above will be sold Immediately after
the f-Alo of the house, I.e., on WEDNES
DAY, Jan. 27,nt 10 a.m., and consists of,
Handsomo Plush Parlor Suite,
with cover; Card Stand; Music Box,
Chandeliers, Carpet, IK1B; Bion.n Sta
tuettcs, Cornices and Lambrequins, Ver
andah Chairs, Oil Marino Scones, Bugs,
2 B. W. Bedroom Sets Complete,
Hair Mattresses, Mosquito Nets, Pic
tures 1 W Extension Pillar Dining
Table, Dining Chairs, Hockcia, BW
Sidohoard witli Mirror, Clocks, Ciockery
and Glassware, Handsome lied Lounge,
Carpet, 1-1x10, Garden Tools, Stovo and
Utensils, Meat Safe, Icb Chest, Wheel
barrow, Lawn Mower In perfect order,
Stoo Ladder. Saddle. Bildle. &.O.
Also, One Fmu Black Hawk Mare, 0
years old, a safe and gentle driver, in
foal ft months to Venture, with foal by
her side by King William. Ono Brace
thoroughbred brown Pohiud Chickens,
t brace thoroughbred Sliver Spangled
Chickens. 1 Hue thoroughbred brown
Leghorn Booster, 4 Turkeys, 2 Gceso
ami 3 or -1 dozen of Hens, Boosters, &c.
E. I. ADAMS & Co.,
231 10t Auctioneers.
IPOMIT TO IIlESt OBS !
Valuable Real Estate
For Sale toy Private Gontract or at Pole Anction.
The undersigned have received Instructions from Messrs. Q. W. Mac
failanc & Co. to oll'eifor alo at auction, at our salesrooms, on
MONDAY, JANUARY 25th,
At Yi O'eloek, 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, owmd by Mr. James Olds, containing In all
20,01)0 square feet, together with house, stores and buildings thereto be.
This is the mot compact and desirable piece of properly ever offered
for tale In Honolulu. Its main frontages are 75 feet 5 Inches to Nuunnu
street, and 03 feet 0 Inches to Hotel street. The rear front of tho property
c.Ucuds fiom Nuti.inu street, back of Messrs. Castle & Cooke's line brick
warehouse and store, 172 feet 11 inches to Hoso Lane, tho side frontage
along the line of the Hohiimm lot to Hotel street being 112 feci 3 Inches.
The value of this and the adjoining property might bo greatly en
hanced by carrying Kose Lane trnlglit through to Hotel street. Access is
had lo Hotel anil Nuunnu streets from the rear and center of the estate by
lanes long in use on tho properly itself.
Situated in the heart of the retail business quarter of the city, and
having a large area of available building space unoccupied, this property
holds out unusual Inducements to capitalists as a permanent Investment."
The present annual investment Is $t,G00, or 10 per cent, on $15,000; but asj
tliu leases expire shortly, the rental might he increased to f 0,000 a year
without expenditure for repairs or additions to buildings. It the estate,
wero sold as a whole, however, by judicious and inexpensive Improve
ments which a practical eye would suggest, even tills large prospective In.
como might bo very considerably added to.
The Nuuanii street frontage Is occupied by a row of two-story build.
ings, tho upper story being used as dwellings, nnd the first Hoot as stores,
which aro always in occupation. Restaurants and retail stores similarly
occupy the frontage on Hotel street.
The old International Hotel is In tho center of t io property, and goes
with the lot. It is used as a lodging house and pays handsomely.
Another advantage of this fine property as an investment is its excel
lent sanitary conditions. It is on the highest part of tho city, inaKai of
Bcretania street, and Is therefore easily drained.
The property, If not disposed of before date of sale, will bo first put up
as'a whole in one lot. Tailing a satisfactory purchaser, we shall then put
it up in lots, for which purpose It has been subdivided Into sixteen lots.
We shall oiler thoso lots at the following upset prices, vi.:
Lot No. 1 $ 1,800
Lot No. 2 1,600
Lot No. 3 1,000
Lot No. l.J 1.C00
Lot No. fi 1,500
Lot Xo. 0 1,600
Lot No. 7 8,500
Lot No. 8 1,600
Lot No. 0 1.G00
Lot No. 10 3,750
Lot No. 11 3,750
Lot No . 12 2,750
Lot No. 13) 11 noft
Lot. No. 15 1,500
Lot No. 10 1,600
And upon the following favorable terms:
One-third Cash. Balance in 1, 2, and 3 yearB, with
Interest at 7 per cent, per annum, secured
C3" AVe solicit an examination of this property, and confidently recom
mend the investment as n permanent paying one, with greater contingen
cies for advancement than almost any other Kind of properly.
A lMim of tin Property enn be Mceu ni the Office of
E. P. ADAMS & Co., Auct'rs.
P.O. BOX 315.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent,
Real Estate Agent,
Wildcr's Steamship Agent,
Great Burlington Railroad Agent
We have received instructions to offer
nt public auction, on
Monday, Jan. 25th
At 12 o'clock noon, at our salesroom,
thoso certain eleven
Val'ble House Lots
On the Kalihi Koad, near the residence
of dipt. Loreiuen of Steamer Llkellkc,
at tho follow lug upset prices, viz:
Lot No. 220,1x100 feet. .$275
" 320.1x100 " .. 225
" -1205x100 " .. 225
" 5205x100 " .. 275
" 7213x125 .. 300
" 8213x125 " .. 175
" 0 201x1-10 " .. 475
" 10 205xlCO ' .. 275
" 11 205M70 " .. 300
" liS-2O5l(50 " .. 200
" 13 205100 " .. 175
These Lots are on tho rising ground
just beyond tho What Cheer House and
command il iliio view of Diamond Hoad
and the sea.
From tho natural slope of tho laud
tho opportunity for drainage Is perfect.
Terms of Sale will be One-half Cash,
Balance in 2 Years,
Secured by mortgage with Intciest at 8
E. 1 ADAMS & Co.,
221 13t Auctioneers.
Honolulu, XI. X.
Custom Houso Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Opera House,
Fire and Life InsuranccAgcnt,
This Paper goes into most of the
English-speaking households '' of
Honolulu. It is unquestionably tho
Best Miuni of FoicitF
for business men desirous of bring
ing their wares to the notice of the
Monthly Settlement! at
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