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JIOSOLULC, JAVl7.Icr.il, JSSS.
Haziness has remained In the Mmt position as lait
notcd dulncs belnzTistbte In crcrjr branch or trifle,
m ilh no hope fur a relief from the lelliirsr it present.
Til. Onrernmcntliavenot up to the present ttritinc
'ff-i cllner assistance or advice ton ard the Miction
o e existing dllueultlearc'nnlln.. the nn.tinn
nelow iu be found In tabular form statement
receipts1 and cipcnditnrce of the Hawaiian
Treasurr for the last ouarter of 1SSI, DnrnVr
rU prepared by the Minister of Hnancc.
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The arrivals from fore.cn porta dnrlnr the week jt
m few and include the Fteamcr JUnrlposa from tan
Irancl'co with hcmaal aKrtedcarxoand j)affenjtr
lit. the tern Joseph Ha with lnmbcrfrom Horn
boMt, andthf barlentfne William rhllllps from the
Orient with Chinese merchandise
The only departure we hmc to note far the same
leriod belnj; the harkentlnc Dipcoicrr with a partial
carro of out domw't.c product rained at $C3 (25 s
The barkenifne 11. Dlmond rati; for ban
ISth) to be followed by the Marlpora
on the day following, botli with average cargoes of our
chief eta)ile prodnctf The Oceanic steamer Alameda l
dne from thence on they'd Inst,
Herewith we prevent Jleftr. .Hiatus, Diraond A.
i.'ft bimonthly commercial trade circular. to hand
per Manpoea which arrived In port Lere on th int
Sax Fiuxctoo January M, l&S
bLGAIt Mall adtices state that the m nrV mar
ket ha no change since our last n port-One
of the iarsest rtSnerles has closed down for
rpalrv and cleaning up. Centrlfnals are nominal at
fortw percent. twU VnlH the new year there
U not Illelv to be much change. As the bpanieh trt a
tyls not likely to pass the preent Con jress, a more
hopeful feclinrls noted amoncthe tratlt.
fcichanje cables London, Dec I2d, "agar stead v,
beets prompt delivery lVa 5d, firm and hardenlu;,
railurdparer," 3Ianilabaels, 4.W.
It ICE Market very quiet, little or no deinaud, price
. Extra amllr$.33f KIDoradu$7.
Dran $18, price likely to tall to 11. lOon change today.
nItLEY . 1 feed lc f.o.b.
t;iut M I) f.o.b.
mcd. I.H), choice Sl.tS f.o b
IIy Larpcbals wbeat and oat !!. small bales 13
I IME !.J).rrlilj
CHAHTtHh Mnce laM adrlcrs oar latc has beru
ilted by reneral and copious rains, and no complaint
can 1. made at leat for wmt time that moisture ie
needed adrlce hae bn stronger and as a
consequeitcc rates have steadily advanced and at this
writing the market Is firm.
Last charter ttoodcu32 ft Liverpool direct, now held
higher. Iron Cork. I. K. A further adiancc is
CO tlay hi-ht St.cV'i, rew
ork aijht b per cent.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Jau 9 ObS Mariposa, llaynaid. from ban Francicco
II Am trrn Jownh Unss, Ileurlx, fnmi Humbuldt
IS Am bktneWm Phillips, Totter, fm
Jan 9 Am bktnc Discovery, Pen i man, for ban 1 ran
Vessel In Port
1-Ming Tan era
Haw brie Hazard
Am bk Abbie Carter, 1'cndtttou
Am tktnc Kllklut, Cutler
Nor bk ltycdo, ChrUtenscn
Haw Khr J'urle alker. Holland
Am bktnc 1 H Dimond, lloudlett
Am tern Jftce h Russ, llcnrix
Am bktnc Hllam I'hllllp. Potter
Iteort of OSS Mariposa, Hay ward Commander
bailed from Mn Jan S.at 3-10 pm, dls
charged pilot at -I 15 p m, first two days had light
westerly winds and fine weather following three days
had strong winds from bbK to bV, with Heavy sea and
lone westerly swell, thence to port, liht baffling wind,
with fine weather
From ban per Jlaripona, Jan 9 Cargo of
assorted merchandise, provisions, produce, etc
lom Humboldt, per Jan II 3-V,("J ft
lumber, M shingles
From Hongkong, jmt William Phillips, J-n
Chinese merchandise, provisions, etc.
For banVrandeo, perDicoery, Jan J lt3ft baga
sugar, TVS bags rice. Ill bales wocl,!pkgs hardware;
tAtal alni' K!t ?". ir.
orMuk.Ul per Jlokolll, Jc Uamlcn V
Krvm ban per Marino!, Jan 9 Hon T II
Foster and wlftf, I'nr ay land and nlfr, II J Acnew,
K DTlmmar, Jlra J II kinkcad.MIci KHiberand maid,
Ilr 1" I' Orayandtvlfe.J intrr, .Mln K inlcr, o
Coortiry .nanife. A ItUaTlr, C Ilernhard, C Uertz,
II Ixw,lle and child. U W Llchtenthaler. Jlra Miller
and child, J llejrnc.Capt C IlTlerner.E DIJaldoln.
I)r I) Campbell,!) K cbiarti l)r t"i.nrleon. V
Mnlth, J J Llllnham, J Collaehan. and 110 ateerae
Frntn Kanal, ila Walalna. ier Ja Makee. J m 9 Ills
Ex Mut J O I)omlnlt.Capt 1 A Jackton, .Ml"! E Ilal
Tor Maol and Hawaii, W ( Hall, Jan fl-C :
bneneer, II . Ifreenirell, J I) Tarla, Jr lion D Nalilna,
lifLltalna Mr Aona, Mlfe and chlld.o bnjdcr, 1 L
U alia. Maner J II Davit. J McCartl.j. J 11 DarK
I-or ban Francisco, iter DlMrorerr. Jan 9 Mr Ajcre
J b lloH.rll, 11 Mrhuer
From Manl. per Llkelikr, Jan K Ltolt.MIrr
F Lewit. Mire CM artrr. ill M C Mnner. Jll A K
HalUf ticn. ilrf J t Uinf..rd, Mrt II
Kttlbelanl.Mre E Ilacholor.Mra C Chapin,3lra IIal!ey
ahd tirlce. D A Uanle, Father GonMan, J hmlth. 1'
Kaicalkn, Capt Toomr. S IV Kaai, T IV Everett. Col Z
s .paldlnc. F I' IlaHlnjf . J II Trafk and Kite Mrttera
lllnter(2J Jprfaoncra.J lepers.
1 rom Hawaii and Maui, iei Ktnan, Jan 10 Hon s O
M llder. Oco Oray Maefarlane, Iter II Mackrnrie Hon
J L Kanlnkoa. E Mnlth, Hon II C Parke. IV J T nick
ard. A -Barne! Mr! Andrew!, Ml! E Itrnlon. NU A
Kenton. MlraM Mell.MI II Hind!. C MrOnlre. J
kooptr.MtC KMIIlman.Jltllalliday J II Olrwln,
i Harrlton, T F Kennedr. Mrs II Cornwell, Mle A
D M Crowley, t Haiku, II B IHlchcock, l
Y Horner A Mnclalr. MUi Horner. Mr! Afook. Iley E
J Klmokeaand wife. Mrs Kahtklne, J Traikand wife.
From llamboldt, per Joseph Rn!s, Jan Clcn
From Kanal. lier l'lanler, Jan II OAars wife and I
children II alter Dole, lletbert Dole Mltscs Dole S) J
tmerrero. C J Fisbel. II llrede, E II Holers. Mlsse
ltncrs t'j'lrs A L II llcox.danhtrrand servant. Miss
M Ilcrtlenunn, It A Macfle Jad A
b Hartwrll and daughter, Aleona.
From kanal. via ll'alanae, jier C II Itishop. Jau lu
Cap! TorsyUi tyrant. Dr D Campbell. I, J Monarone. J
For Maul, iky Llkelike. Jan 12 J Anrnsta and wifi,
Dr E knrtlwn, O M Mebtrntlialrrand slfler. Capt II
Toomry. T E fcens. Mrs H M II hltner. Sr, Hon t M
haai. F IITiltney
NE I. At t'entral Turkey College. Alntab, on No
lMh ISM, of diphtheria, ltoncirr J. NriuM P
Dr Ieal was inarrlcd In Jnly.lStt. to Florence A,
voangesl child of the late Ker.C It Andrews, of Manl
Her many friends here will monrn with her They
spent one year In etody In Europe, and
another yiar at the Syrian Protestant College, ll.lrut
Dr eal had been hot one mo" "associated Vlth his
brother In law Dr Micpard at Aintab, where sudden
dealh crvered tbee many ties fc. K. Ik
Tbetrlans blowers were nsitl bjanumbet of
the papilaof tho TAnons pabhcaDil private schools
and the pntronacc thus bestowed hns Augmented
the otherwise tnenxre receipts of tho proprietors.
is the last dny of exhibition by Professor
Gamier, he and his associate packing their
Titreons property together and leavinj; for ban
Francisco on the Maitjxjva, to-morrow.
Advices from San Francisco Btate that the well
known firm of Make, Bobbins A Co, extensive
Daper dealers, has been dissolved by the death of
Mr. C. F Bobbins. The firm now is composed of
the ramvins partners and will be known in the
future as Make, JIoBltt and Tonne. This is one
of the best booses on tho Pacific Coa&t to deal
Ui as we know from personal knowledge, and
their stock is always up to the standard in quantity
Old men, tottering round from rheumatism, kidney
trouble or any weakness will be made almost
new by using Hop Bitters freely. Head adr.
t - - '- ' '- - -- . iimiWM m
Another invoice of Chinese laborcri. by
The Minister of Foreign Affairs h TOUcrnu
The barometer is shifting a Rood doal; on Monday
evening it was very low.
Application for money orders to tho United
btates will bo received till noon.
Tho barkcntino W". 11. hbmni Captain
sails at noon to-day for Kan Francisco.
An ad joarnej meeting of Pacific Hose Co. Ko.
I will take plico this evening. Election of officers
Ecry packago of Taro Flour contains full
for making Poi. Oct a packago and
try it. .
The trial of Capt. C. H. 'I lcrney occupied tho attention
of judge and jury in the buprcmc Court
on tho 13th inst.
The ISnUtltn L. responsible for .1 wicked f or
Joke about Iboprobiblo loss by the community of
a much appreciated lm;e.
Tho roar of tho breakers upon the surf, was
plainly heard in town, on tho evening of tho 11th
inst. II md
Mr. 11 P. Adams, will hold an auction salo this
morning at a rcsiJento on Adimslane, oil Hotel
street. Sale commences at 10 o'clock.
The nut meeting of the Trustees of tho Plant
cr ji Labor nnd Supply Company will bo held in
Honolulu on Monday January Kth.
The p;ctnre of the Princess Likchko, hanging in
the Legislative Hall, fell early on Monday morning,
smashing tho glass and damaging tho frame.
'I he Iter. O. Wallace, preached an excellent
last Snnday. his text, was taken from the
second chapter of bu John, 3 verse.
Mr. M. Ij. Green, lias been quito indisposed for
some time, it is pleasing to hear that uo is no
making some improvement.
Information from an official source states that
the Minister of Finance has given the custom
bonso orders to lake silver in payment for duties.
The Chamber of Commerce meet to-day, and. it
is probable some definite result may bo arrived at
with regard to the silver question, before noon.
The hand concert nt tho Squire, on the evening
of tho llth inst, was qulto enjoyable, tho numbers
performed being of a lively nature and well rendered.
S.K.Maboe, adistrict justice at Waialna, Oahu,
who has made himself obuoxious to tho residents
nt tint place his had his commission revoked by
The alarm of fire yestirday afternoon from
warJ tl, was occasioned by n slight combustion in
tho Kavraiiihao Tcmalo Seminary, squeh bed with
out Iheaid of tho Depirtment.
'1 hero. b.b.Jf at wn sails at noon to-morrow
for San Francisco. 'Iho post offico authorities
close tho regular mail bag at KKlOand the Iito
letter bag at 11-50; don't get left'
Judge Uartwell, letnrntd from a trip to Kauai
last bunday morning. He reports the Garden Island
as in fine agricultural order and says, the
crops are looking nicely.
Tho brig lluzanl formerly engaged in tho South
Sea labor trade, is about to load for San
The ussel will be captained by W E.
Goodman formerly of schooner .Uftfoo.
lo-day tho Chamber of Commerce, tioldsaregu
lar meeting and the consideratics of the currency
question as relates to tho overplus of silver, will
bo one of the subjects passed upon.
Iho Myrtle boat club is now agitated over n
challenge from tho Honolulu six to enter into n
friendly competition of skill and speed over the
ueual rowing coure, at at an early date.
1 he firemen on iho steamer .iteiie, all Chinese,
struck work on the 10th inst, demanding increase
of pay. '1 heir request was not complied with but
their places were filled by other urnlicants.
Iho taro flour prepared by the Alden Compani
alMailnku makes ery good musli, prepared in
the same vny as our meal and eaten with sugir
and milk. "Iho Honolulu cooks should try it.
Tho Honolulu Iron W orks is now engaged nt
work on various heavy pieces of machinery for
plantations, the latest addition to Iho lot being a
top roller shaft from Hanamauln Mill at Kanai
Copies of the "Compiled Laws'" maybeobtained
at the Interior Office from chief clerk Uassmger
bj such of the general public as desiro them, lhc
copies now on saloare stitched, ready for binding
Mr -T- fl,nn1ll nml IT- f.....! !, 1 1
to town frntn flnnnnltnl, nl.nnf ....jl.l... ,.. lfA
-- ------ --v.....,..,..., nuuut uiiuu.J Wit 1UU'
d&y air. GimpbeU. Iiid been iaspecling bis
raacbe. anil Roomml iiKvbTir citiaftrxi .? ,
Honolulu rcceircd n reminder fro.n Madame
oulaesdiy inonuDjm the sin po of n
sliebt shock of earthquake, 'Xhe shock which occurred
at one minnte to six only listed i few
Uuth tLc Hal trim and Ott Jr. are becoming
quite prophetie as regards the time of arrival of
steamers of Iho 0.b.b Co'aline. Their litest
prognostications came within three minutes, cither
wi)p of Ibe time.
The will of Iho late Henry May was not admitted
to Probate on the 12th inst, for lack of sud
cicnt advertisement. Ihe deficiency will be met
bj farther publication and tho admiseuti will probably
bo allowed on the iiJth inst,
Mr . U. Castle, is now located tu his new oflice
and his snrroundiU!?s nmxxir 'II.a
other portion of Honolulu Hale, will soon bo used
uy me I'osi uuice aeparlmt nt in connection with
Ihe Money Order department.
Mr Fred Harrison who wns imnrptl l.itt Sv.iinr.
day by the hoso vagon tunning over him pro
urcssms laroraoiy. iiisweaainwitu Miss.mma
Kott. which hhonld bars takpn T,t.ifw Un nrnmn
has had to bo postponed however.
T lirn ... !irn till nlw if linnrn,n n.rn.,,. ....
..v kuij v uji.wi,an UKQltlV
in town who want to ro for the wnterof the statement
that the whole of the business is bemj; conducted
by litfishmcn. Uncle bam'd money and
A house was playfully carecrinzun Ncnanu
street for a couple of davs List week. Is there not
any law on the subject of blocking up tho streets?
JS'uuanu street was blocked for half a dayt and it
is not a pleasant placs totnrn in.
Tho American schooner Xortrau. 183 tons.
tian 1'auL was loading rt ban Francisco, January
Jnd, to sail at an early dale for this port. Ihe
shin MttriK from Kanaimo IJ. 0. for Honolulu,
had arrived at ban Francisco on the :3th nit
Mrs. Hainnson has continued hir mission work
during the past week at Kawaiahao church and
the evening scirices have been attended by large
audiences, 'iho lady lectures again this and fuc
cceding evenings of this week, at tho same place.
A chauiM in tho manner of mvin? nnblir. notim
oflhoarnval of the mail steamers 13 announced,
and in the future three whistles will indicate that
a steamer is telephoned, two whistles, steamer
passing iwco itcau; one wmstio when the steamer
passes tho harbor lighthouse.
Iter. 11 Bond of Kohala has resigned his pastorate,
and Rev. S. Keknewa, lately a Hawaiian missionary
in the Marshall Islands, was installed
in his place bunday, Jan. y. A parsonage has
been built near the Hawaiian Church, and this is
now occupied by tho new pastor.
S. FJirlich, ono of tho partners of tho dry goods
and clothing house known aft the "Temple of
Fashion," was arrested estenlay afternoon on a
charge of snuggling. Tho snuggling is charged
as being apparent m tho undervaluation of an
invoice of good? received per steamer Manjina
At tho end of the lot on the Kwa side of
Xoaanu street owned by Hon. J M. Kapcna, are
three boards, laid on the sidewalk, and cover
ing a disused drain The board? are loose and the
sides of the dram are worn away in such a manner
that the spot is dangerous to pedestrian.
Among the Gazettr exchanges is a Christmas
number of tho Sacramento Ike, a sixteen page paper
full of interesting matter. On the first page
is a lithograph of a immature Bee wilh a picture
of a bonme little girl holdinga most enticing bit
of mistletoe. The number is a capital one
At a regular meeting of Hawaiian Council Xo. GS3
A. Jj. of II. held Friday evening Jany 0th 18S5, the
following officers were installed for the ensuing
term: Commander, C A. Brown: Vice-Commander,
W, Ij Hopper; becrctafy, J. A. rainier; Treasurer,
C Collector, E- W. Peterson; Orator,
A. O. Forbes; Chaplain, Prof. W. D. Alexander;
Gniilc, J. F. Kckhart; Warden, J. C H. Horn;
Sentinel, M. Ash.
bo the police force is to bo reduced, it is said.
Poor economy when thero are so many bad
character) about. Stop at the tap and let out at
the oung nole la the motto of our cabinet financiers.
'Ihe Government propose to save $15,000 a
month by neglecting tho roads, stopping public
worss and etc., in order to arrive at a somewhit
better financial footiug. F.ver) dollar of Genealogy
winJle will bo drawn, however.
H. J. Mossman and W. J. Love had n dispute
relative to J heir fleclncss or foot and concluded to
settle the matter by a friendly tnal which took
place on Cm ma street on the afternoon of the 10th
int. The distance run was 100 yards and the race
was easil) won by Love; no time taken.
The steamer Ktfact Hon, after receiving a new
s ten m boiler, and other internal repairs and
changes has resumed her old route to Hawaii. At
the tnal trip her speed was all that could he expected.
Her freighting capacity is considerably
increased by having bcr cabins on deck instead of
below, as formerly
At the nceting of Mystic Lodge K. of P. held at
their Castle Hall on the 8th inst, the following officers
were m tailed for the ensuing term: v. O.
Ashley. P. C; M. Giwsuoan. C.C., Z.K.Mers, V.
0.; F. N Eckley, M. F ; J. E. S iRenian, K. B. and
b.; J. A. IVUmer. M.of F..; O.H.Fassett, P.; C-K.
Miller. M. at A.; J. A. Mehrtens, O. G.; A. Garten-berg,
By the kindness of X'ostm aster-General Whitney
the Gazette has received a New Year card from
'the Posu; Administration of Hawaii" drawn
from designs formcued by Mr. Vhitney himself.
The card is worked in colors and contains a well
engraved picture of the Koyal Palace, and also
two inarino views. Besides the card tht Postmaster-General
furnishes a card of instrtclions
and suggestions to the public relating to the registry
of letters and rates of postage.
The following officers were elected for the cur
rent 3 ear, at the regular assembly of the Honolulu
Commaudery, Knight Templars, No.1, held
at their on the Bin inst: Eminent Commander,
H. J. Nolle; Generalissimo, David Dayton: Captain
General, Benj. Whitney; Prelate, Gideon
West, Sen. Warden, Jno.F. Bowler: Jun. Warden,
F. J. Higgins, Treasurer, Jno. b Walker;
J. B. Peterson; btandard Bearer, J. Dodd,
Sword Bearer, Win B. Davey; Warder, Sfax
"The Honolulu Guide Book of Information as
so entitled, compiled, arranged and published by
J. E. Wiseman and II. I. Gulline, u the latest
Advertising scheme presented to the public The
.authors have seemingly performed m a faithful
manner, labor that will make the book a nsf ul
adjunct to the traveller and tourist, and as a consequence
the advertising patrons of the compilers
will reap tho benefit of a good distribution. A
large nurabsr of copies will bo forwarded by the
outgoing steamer to tho principal hotels and railway
stations of Eastern cities.
The regular meeting of the Honolulu Yacht and
Boat Club was held in the dob rooms on the evening
of tho 13th inst, and wis well attended. Elec
tiou of officers was the principal bnsines3 transacted,
lhc following gentlemen being elected to
official positinns during the ensuing tanni Commodore,
Judge It. P. rSickcrton; vice ditto, Chas.
II. M ilson; Cantain,:s.B. Dole, Esq ; Secretary, W.
M. Giffard; Treasurer, H.M.IIhitney Jr.; Measurer,
Thomas Sorenson; Executive i Committee,
Messrs. Frank Brown, M. Bobmson, W. L. Wilcox,
J. bteven j, F. Whitney. A vote of thinks was tendered
to Mr. W. M. Giflard for services rendered
the Club. About eighteen applicants were elected
to active and honorary membership. The initiation
fee was advanced to $23.
Tho Uilo Sugar Co. havn commenced grinding
at Wainaku and will take off a largo crop, they
hiving combined tho sugar plantation at Amauulu
with the Wainakn plantation. By an extensive
system of fluming tho cane is brought from both
plantations to the Mill at Wainakn.
The ladies of Hilo held a festival at tho Court
House on New Yoar's day at which timo ice cream
in abundanco with cako pio and etc, and tho
miny substantials of beef, mutton, turkov and etc
were deposited to the hnngrv of Hilo for "an equivalent.
The affair realized 1S0.00 for tho benefit
of the POrcign Church, a cry much needed help.
Tho wcok of prayer was well observed at Hilo,
mcfl'ngs every evening of tee week. Hev.M.
Mchcnzic of Howard St. Prcsb Chnrch, ban
and Sir. George Gray Maefarlane Pres. Y. M .
C.A. of Glasgow, was present at tho
Wednesday evening meeting and greatly interested
tho audience with their words of cheer and Christian
THE DEAD PAST!
Review of Events in 1 884.
1st. IieRislitnre takes recess until Juno fllh
llank Charter Bill occupies pnblio attention Mortuary
Iteport for May (hows n total of f.l deaths,
of which wcro
2nd. Election Engineers Honolulu Fire
Grass fires in Tanoa Vallej.
5th. bleamerJiruifsJfaire tows disabled schooner
Jfoi Ketll into port Election of secretary and flro
Gth. Examination at Kawaiahao Semmarr.
7th. Grand People's Meetinc at Irceum," in opposition
to Uank Charter Hill Honolulu and
Occanics, base ball, Uonolulus win, scoro 22 to 13.
cth. btcamer Zmlandta nrmos and sails Xcws
received that Hanlan hid beaten Laycock in a
scnllinc match at bjdney. N. S. W.
ilth lrfjrislaturo reconTenes Steamer Mariiwt
arrives 11. IJ. M. S, Siriltnrt: and ilulme arrive
11th. Kamcliamclia Connicmoralion day. Kaces
nt. A.nih. tic jmruer at nai.aiau, Hawaii tian.
O'Connell editor of AJctrlutr.
12th George Emmes dies in Honolulu.
13th. Arrival of steamer CilfofFa,,, with 17
l'ortnpnese immurants a Chineso murderer suicides
m Hilo jail.
Hth. Cricket nt Kocreation Ground, Sirifttnie
vs. Honolnlu, came unfinished Tho steamer A
arrives and sails
15th. 1'nson cmplojcs discharged, diSRraccfnl
ciposc lioyal Hawaiian Acreculturalbocietyshow
at I'ark Captain Tripp of South boa embassy
returns ltev. G. 11. Howell dies at Koloi Kami
ICth. Iteport of Finance Committee presented in
Legislature Jlanpan sails for San Franeiico
J. 1. aterhouso smtasaint Yi'. G. Irwin & J. D.
ISth. Chineseatliilo conspire to murder Government
officers, conspirators captured
20th. Swedish fnipite Vanadate arrives from
Tahiti, with l'rince Oscar of Sweden, on boird
Accession of Queen of Vn.tom celebrated
21st. Henry Heymin violinist, at Musio Hall
becond mass meeting at Lyceum
22nd. Body of a suicide found in silt poal at
23rd Alameih arrives from Sin Tranciseo.
21th. Sieiftrttie and Mntt0 RIlKnr Vniminlt
B. C. '
2.1th. Supremo Count calendar for July published
in Gazette lieception to ltev. E. D. lleckwith at
2Cth. Garden pnrty at l'alacp
27th. Bank charter bill defeated in Legislature
Ball at Hotel, for Leper fund 1'nnce Oscar
leaves to Msit Volcano
2Slh. Concert at Music Hall in nid of leiicr fund,
under auspices of Queen Kapiolam Death of
Thomas Spencer Gibson, Watcrhouso fracas
2Uth. Mutual Telephone Co, commence to plant
SOtli. Italian corvette Vellar Pimm arrives from
1st. Mortuary liccord for Juno shows a total of
SU deaths of which 23 were Uawanana.
tin. American Independence Day: grand
by American residents Death of VY. Wen
ncr Drowning accident at Kapem Falls, two victims.
Cth. Death and f nneral of Thorndyko Le Tavor;
uwuuiuiu xtiues escori oouy 10 grave.
7th. Miss Josie Porter dies from overdose of
8th. Manmen arrnes: ncwCaptiin (Hayward)
now purser (Guard) Sham battlo by Swedish marines
nnd sailors at ltccrcation grounds News received
of loss of missiomry brig Hornwi blar.
0th. Daily llateailan opens fund for organ for
chapel at leper settlement.
10th. Swedish fngato I aiiathiti sail.
11th Clans Spreckcls meets Chamber of Commerce
at V. M. C. A. hall Examination at St.
Alban's college "btanford Colt" winner of many
race prizes, dies.
12th. Hawaiian Endowment Association
) bill introduced in tho Assembly.
1.1th. Zealamtta arrives and satis.
15th .Voi ijieiti sails for San Francisd.
16th. Farewell dinner on steamer dry of Vans;
19th. Italian corvette I eHoi V,aui sails for
Lottery bill withdrawn Capt. A.N.Tripp
Pasto. Cruzan discourses on "Gambling."
21st. Torchlight procession in approval of His
Ma jest) 's utterances in favor of retrenchment.
2i'nd. Alameda arrives from San Francisco.
2Urd. Pnbhc bchool examinations in progress-Schooner
Jennie II 'alkei sails with missionaries for
21th Her Majesty and H. li. U. Princess
return to Honolulu from visit to lepers on
25th. Vacations of public schools commence
Wilder's bloamship Co, incrcaso stock Ilia Majesty
visits branch leper settlement.
20th Entertainment by Honolulu Dramatic club
at Music Hall in nid of fund for lepers ; grand
27th. Board of Genealogy report presented to
Assemblj Lirgo seizure of opium bj police.
211th. J. S. Gurney dies Queen Dowager Emma
50th. GizETTL commences publication Session
Laws 1S8I News received of relief of Arctic
1st. Atametla sails j exodus of well known citi
zens Minister of Finance recalls nncurrcnt com
Mortuirv record f or Jnlv shows latnl of rt Hentlis
30 being Hawaiian.
I'nu. unel J nslico Jndd passes death sentence
on Keanu, a murderer.
3rd. Mounted police disbanded btemicr
arrives nnd sails.
4th. Foundation of Merchant street Police Station
Cth. bchooncr Alary Alice wrecked at Lanii.
7th Madame Cora, magicicuno nt Music Hall.
Sth Anglican binod meet at Iolani College
Alameda arrives, ltev. E. C. Oggel, new pastor of
ath Cili of Sydney arrives nnd sails Oceanic s
beat Honolulu's at biso ball, 10 to 'J Itemcnji the
violinist and company perform at Music Hall.
10th. ltev. E. C. Oggel preaches his first sermon
11th New 'Iron Works" at Hilo, started.
ltoyal Marionettes at Musio Hall ltev. . P.
Alexmdcr dies at Oakland, Cala.
13th. Qoeen Dowager Emma ill at Kohala
ltifles and King's Own luau nt Pauoi
Ilth. lieception to ltev. E. C. Oggel and Mr.
Mason at i. M. C. A. hall Chinese prisoner escapes
from jail Fourth assessment levied by Mutual
1'itb. Emperor of China's birthday : appropriately
celebrated Mariposa sails for ban Francisco
becond Ilemenyi concert at Music Hall.
17th. Queen Dowager Emma and attendants arrive
from Hiwait ltev. A. O. Forbes occupies pulpit
at Fort Street Church H. B. M. S. Contlanee
arrives from San Francisco.
JOlh First night session of Legislature of 1SS1.
22ud. U.B. M.S. Contlanee Bails for Kauai public
reception to members of the People's Party at
the Lyceum "Love's bakery" fire ; loss about
21th. Bohemian's excursion to tho Pearl Itiver
$12,000firo on Kict; street (Diss) Itemarkablo fire
record, 4 fires within twenty-four hours.
20th. II. B. M. S. Contlanee arrives from Kami
Ihird "ltemenyi" concert at Music Hall ; Honolulu
Hide's March played for the first time in public
27th. Queen Dowager Emma reported out of
30th. Prorogation of Assembly of Length
of session 0G days 1 honr and 43 minutes Torchlight
procession by Government adherents; heavy
rain Air. D. Logan assumes editorship of Bnlletin
"Iangford Jr " A. "Hancock" try two mile dash
at Kapiolani i'ark: won easiiy by "lianoock."
31st, Zealandia arrives and sails News recieved
of llanlan's defeat by Beach Zealnndia makes
best time on record between Auckland and Honolulu,
n: 12 diys, 12 hours 1 minutes.
Certainly one of the most remirkable women
who his ever visited tuts kingdom is she whose
namo htada this article. A typical English woinau,
with matked English accent and methods of
thought, yet she hap conquered all nco and na
tional prejudices, and her ministrations have been
as acceptable to the most pronounced American as
to thoe of her own nationality.
hatever may be the permanent results of her
work, in Honolulu, there is no questioning her
(access in reaching the ear and moving the hearts
of our people. Our "English-speaking" population
is roughly estimated at 5.00U, but in this estimate
is included the Portuguese, Germans, French,
etc Deducting these, and the young children and
the very aged and the infirm, and 3,000 would
probably bo n large eotimate of the number of
people in our city, from which her audiences could
be drawn. Onlastbnndayheraudienoescertainly
numbered LUX) at each service : perhaps 1,500 different
persons listened to her on that day. In no
other special religions effort has any such proportion
of the "English speaking" population of our
city been reached. Of course, part of the success
has teen due to the admirable management of
these meetings. Mrs. Hanipson has been most
thorouphlv advertised : tho papers have been utilized,
and "full reports have been published dady;
tho "dead-walls'' have been covered with posters,
and "dodgers" hive pursued the people. But all
this will not account for the crowds that have
thronged to heal this gifted woman. Curiosity
may lead a person to go once, but it will not bring
him a second or third tune. For that there mut be
real ability, and power, and thw Mrs. Hampson
posesses in nmarked degree. Her power so far as
the human elements of it are concerned Uo in her
intense earnestness, her evident desiro to more her
hearers to a better life, her wonderful command
of language, and her dramatis power. That her
"mission" here in Honolulu will prove a great
moral benefit we do not doubt-Mrs.
Hampson holds her last public meeting tonight.
While all are cordially invited, the meeting
will be especially for young men.
Death nnd Funeral of Gecrjro H. Taasett,
Another caso has been added to the lut ot ol
most, suddon doaths which have startled tho community
during tho past year, tlw victim in this
last instance being George U. Faxsett, the well
known and popular manager of the Hawaiian
Hotel. The deceucd had been confined tohis bed
but four days, suffering from dysentery, and tho
attending physicians Drs. Aming nnd Trouseau,
had nut regarded the illness as at all liable to end
so suddenly, in the dcitli of Mr.Fassett. On tho
morning of the. 10th insk, deceased had walked
from tho Hotel to a oottago in tLo grounds, and
although somewhat irrational at times In his talk,
gave no othr indication of tho nearness of the
fell destroyer. About noon of that dite n change
was noticed and the deceased fell into a comatoso
condition, ending in death. On the news of his
death being made public tho flags on the engine
houses and on tLo Hotel were half masted in respect
to his memory and tho members of Mystic
Lodge K. of P., of which deceased was an ofheer,
took charge of the body, details of brother members
performing tho sad duties of tho dealh watch
dunug the night. On Sunday at 3 p. m. tho f uno
ral ceremonies took place at tho Hotel grounds,
attended bv tho members of the Knights of Pythias,
Honolulu ltifles and Fire Department and a large
conconrseof those who had knon and respected
tho deceased during life. ltev. J. A. Cruzan, read
tho f nneral services, after which the coffin (an
elegant silver trimmed ken,) was hearsed nnd tho
Koccssion, hcided by tho Hawaiian Military
inddeccased being a noncommissioned officer
of tho Honolnlu Utiles, proceeded ou the way to
Nuuanu Cemetery where deceased uas interred,
Iho usual military salute of three volleys succeeding
tho burial eeremonics of tho Knights of Pythias.
H. Vasselt, was Lorn in MonrooCo..N.
l.bUte,August2Jth,181t, being therefore a few
roouhs ot er JO ycirs of ago at his death. During
his life ho has l.cn cloely connected with hotel
business and shortly after arriving in this city in
Anril, 1S55, was offered and accepted tho position
of manager of tho Hawaiian Hotel. His
worked cry favorably for tho business
intercuts of the proprietors, the patrons of tho
establishment hiving quito an aloha, for the
"gcnnl George." Deceiscd was a Koyal Arch
Mason, but had never affiliated with members of
the order here; ho was also a Knight of Pythias, a
member of tho Honolulu ltifles, and foreman of
Engmo Co , No. 1, all of which orginizations, and
a ditachment of tho Household Troops, escorted
his body to ita Ihnl resting place.
Hceio, Mint, Jan. 7th. 1883.
Lurron Gazette: For several weeks past wo
havo hid rough weather in our harbor. Tho
nsmll) stops going up to Hana bulldnring
tho past few weeks herusita liavo been few and
far between. On ono occasion ono boat was filled
and another thrown high and dry upon our rock
bound coast. One laan staid in the boat and was
landed hurriedly though safely. Said ho hid no
idea of having his brains dashed ont on tho treacherous
rocks, sostucklo tho boat. Pulso normal,
respiration regulir, clothes drv. Itcmirkablo in
stance of prcsenca of mind. Tho rest of the crew
jnmpod into tae sea and swam to snore without
injury. Remarkable instance of presence of mind.
About the samo timo wo had n Ivna. Several
buildings wcro senouslv damaged. A lmnu, u.
longing to Max Matt&n was blown to ml. It
still lies in splendid rums but will shortly be rebuilt.
An addition to tho house of Mr. Turner,
tho minager of liuelo PJmLition, waspirtUlly
upset. This is the truo nnd authentic reason why
u k iu uiuji t LviuiPtcic un uiea&iist mat morning.
He managed to mako his exit from tho door
before it became nkj -light, with a fork in ono
nanu ana a iryiug pan in the other and delivered
some of Confncins' maxims with preAt fprvnr. n
was bis first lesson m Ivna, cill sections. Per
lavor oi mo aiinisier or loreign Affairs
Sevenl deaths hai o occurred hero of late. There
is no physicnn here. Before Dr. Biiley went to
tho coist, wo could get ono by going eiht miles.
Now tho nearest Doctors are at Kahnlui nnd
Does the boird intend to leave Makawao
district without a physician It seems only humanity
for tLo Government o order a professionil
visit here siy every week or two. Many might
avail themsehes of such occasional calls who
could not afford fne expense attendant upon a
Tho Huelo Plintilion is thriving and going
nhead under Mr. Turner's energetic management.
Iho cane yield will be in excess of all anticipations
and estimates. A night scLool for Portuguese,
is conducted, gratis, by the bookkeeper.
He speaks highly of their eagerness to acquire
A glance at inn I of tho census of Uueto just
linofe L'ndcr UnilerG l'roha
holds, 13 ami river G, blcpnplls.
I'urtusucn. T l li 3J sr.
athe a Wlilli St Hi i to 3
That there arc CO and over who would liko to attend
an English bchool if tho Government would
provido one. Will tho Board of Education bo
kind enough to verify my statements?
Onr Hilo Letter
rnrmn fl,-.. . TU. I..-1. , ,
, V "--"1- uutu, uiuuer, spreau,
feed, feast or collation as you will which was
gotten up by tho Iidies of tho Foreign Church on
New lear's, for tho Iiquiditioa of the debt ou
said Chnrch, was sigmlly successful, financnlly
At the specified timo tho tibles commenced to
MR flllrxl. , ill Hn,J nr .r.aa ...I!-., r - 1
- "..... ikh mi, iucu iui uuu beneu
in gillaut style, nnd everything went as merry as
u wu.u..,!,. 11, i,i3 Berveu in sonu
cubes, turkey cut up by n professional carver, who
..uv.wv, twiiuvu luu (kit. i-U IUU UHSCCIIIIK
room, bouquets wtro sold by tiniest, prettiest and
v.. .,it.UI?uu.i onvcitokui iuu youuKiauies inoso
under six; and in fact ever thing was generally
"just rishi" and passed off finely. Tho only exception
bcincan episode wherein a bracket, a china
fruit dibh ind tho floor ficurcd larcely.
Tim Imcv l.tl !,-. . i .1 i.. t
prohtsof tho iforcnamed performance were just
one hundred and seventy-three dollars.
-" "".(a iii-iy uo noieu
r. in me jarce
nnmliir of iTVnnlnn , .l .
..uu.v..K wa, utuuo.1.11 IUVU ilUU WUUltU BCl'a llDQUl
our streets all Now Year's day. A careful observer
is . m ii, mo liirKernumoerwere
" ' ' utvaujlu '" vera hu miuy more
or them about than tho natives. Of the latter it
was hard to find a sober one amonf; the little knots
Iho "beer ' which the unlicensed shops sell over
their counters about town, seems to boavcrycloso
relation to poor gin or bnnily, when a trusted customer
is the bucr, though an nmniated porson
i? , , , n iu ui;ku mey wuoiu
sell him nil day without dinger of intoxication.
I lua ffittf DnAiito tA V,a . a.IaT.a.I l. - . if
r ovvano ,u uu uy uur uuerceiic
. ?i tMl1tlomI1 ... llflin tml.ln.n il t
-i I uv IIUUIUU UU 1UO MY
1 . 1ll TTlSllf C-H liTlt (rfin In 1 nnn n nnnnn . i
,w, - "" nwv ui rtiuuiiiucua, attack
penceable Chinamen m tho streets, Marching
U,..U..U,.,.K mvm miuvui .ci, ncousu or warrants,
bcvcnl complaints havo been made on this
score, and ono const ible was fined for thus making
an improper nso of his position.
Iho Hitchcock A Co. milfat Papaikou, started
up grinding on Monday tho Sth.
eilher finnthprlr .. vtfl np.n,,a.. nr !-, ..w
-'- .JI uiuiw Ul I'ltlll, Ul
uenal distillation. Augoo
Hilo Jnuuir) 6th.
A Firo and an Accidont.
... .. ,.
.tuA uM ,uw oi
mutuiug iue iuiu iusi n
io cause being tho discovery of a fire in a smill
shanty noir tho IV hat Cheer House nt Kapaliraa.
'Confusion worso confounded reigned amongst tho
engine companies for n short season no ward
being struck, no location w is Hied on, each
going it alone. In hasto to reach a point on
lort street, where tho tiro wis said to be, tho cart of
1 acific Hose Co. was mado fast to n wagon and
speed mado for tno supposed location of tire, when
nearly opposite Mrs Lick's store on Tort street, a
nitive riding ou the scit, fell off nnd 1'.
Harrison a member of tho Hoso Co. tripped over
tho prostrate body mid fell, the wheels of tho Hoso
cart pasoingovcr both the fallen heroes. Tho result
to both men wassevcril bruises. In tho mean,
timo information was received that tho fire had
succumbed to a few buckctfuls of water" thrown by
natives who hid originated the fire: damage small.
hmii: AX'CAr.JiuirnxG or Tin:
J- Slocl.lioMcr of Ibc 1IAII.L SiU(i Ml LO. will bo
held at the oulce of the Agents, Messrs. Caslle &
Cooke, MOND.W , tlio 3 th lnt., at 10 a m.
lDIISt J. 11 ATIIEKTOX lfcrcUry.
Tiii:ax'uaiiHi;i:tixg or tjhj
fetoekholdCM of Hie KOIIAI.A SUGAH CO. will
be held at the oDIcc of the A;cnt. Ier. Cattle i
Cooke, MOMIAI, the Jnd day of iswj.at 10
am J. II. ATIIEIITON,
lull at Heereuiy.
rno !5Ui'ir.YTiri:)U:i:N't5 110&-
X 1'lTALvlth POI of Beet Qnallty.ond in
uiiearviHi'ieu uj me pnrveyor, lor one year commencing
ou the 1st Febroary, 1S5,
bealeil tenJcra will be received at tho oHlcc of the
HDileralsncd up to lac lh I ntant. at noon.
llonolala, January 1-th. lvCi
1011 It V A htHAEFEIt. becrelary.
ALAKE EAn Ql EES sTHEET
C. J. HARDEE, : : Proprietor. '
Contracting and Building.
t"3Ioaldin and Fin if h always on band -3
and Split, luiTlj
Jlorlayrc's otlrc of Intention to Foreclose
nnd or .Sale.
TN ACCOIMA'CKAVlTU A
JL rroralecontEinrit Id a certain ninrtxagf made lij
Kaiiharnaof IlanoIolHIsljiiidof OjIiu, tu W II
diud Ilhday of DccemtMr, 18S1 tecordrdln ibe
Ufllctr ol tht Kctclrar uf I onrrrantTT (nlibrrS.' on
folioe and aiunnr by H II oiler. toM 1)
Monfarnt by iltcdof jtIc ton nt daicd tbCtli of Jan
oary.ltfSo Notice r hrrettjr .Then lbt raid atnre
inlcndito forcclofrH'dciortar for condition brotrn
and upoa raid forrcloiirc will rcll at pabllc anctloa,
at the of I yons X Lrcy iu Honolulu. m
IOMJY. tht Jiid dy of .R5 at 12 m of
f aid day. th prcmltTH a- described In aidinorI;a?e a
farther particulars can lit. bad of J Jl Monfartat,
Attorney at Law. M U. 5IONSAUILVT,
Ilonolaln January ,m 1"C.
The premises to be told an. eiirutcd at Taboa.Wal
UV!. and contain an area of 71 Ii'Jof an acre and are a
portion of tne IU AIna of I'aboa, L C Awird cCIj, and
ibc came premlrea that were conveyed to Kaalbapnn
by Ilicbard Nalopl by deed dated tte ISth of Ucceai br
lbs3,and recorded In Itbcr&lon folio IUO
A NEW DEPARTUEE
MH. HEMU'r HE0DSRD would inform Us Wend
and the that nc ba opened a
Depot at No. 77 King St.,
FOlt THE -SALE OK
HA.T AND GRAIN
Ab WELL AS ALL KINDS UF
Feed for IWls, Etc.,
In Large and Stall Quantities at required.
f3T Telephone lio. 258. 10D
Regular Cash Sale
ON THURSDAY, JAN. 15,
At 10 a hi at Saletrooratf,
Sacks baar, backs Com backf Charcoal. Ac
Also, at 12:30, One
Well-bred Native Horse
For Carrazc it BIllIe ,, , tl m iiral:
1:. V. All kJIN, Ine'lr.
Land at Kalihi, Oahu.
11 onlci of L Bolte, Eeq, and 31 (Jrn. EVi. A
signers of the EoUte of Aloot, I will elt
at TabHc Auction,
On Saturday, Jan. 17
At li u clock noon, ml ifaIcroomf,
toracconat of HonoViia. irfao pnrchiscd the land at
&actlonAnUftrd,l&l,aiulhar4ilcd to pay
That Certain Lot No. 4
Being a part of
area or about of an acre, with the
Buildings & Improvements thereon.
E. V. AD VMS, Auctioneer.
SOUTH KOIIA, HAWAII.
uxi:itsiu'i:u nix;! to
JL Inform the l'pbllc that ii well known IIonc. sit.
uatetl two miles from Kcalakckna Pay, at an elevation
of 1, IUO feet. U a;alii ready Io receive visitors.
Horses will be ready at the landing for those who
order them. IJVril HOUSE la connection with the
$7 por "Woolx..
"H" A. A. TODD.
FOR SALE CHEAP!
Second-hand Vacuum Pan
WATER PIPE-Slip Joint and Flanged.
Portable Steel Track I Cane Cars.
VACUUM Iia comiiUlcwithalrlmmlis,
bnt without engine, Honotolu Iron It orks make.
1,301)1 I. ITER
o. 11 Iron. punched. bciil, anilpaekeu.
In biindlc,rlvcta wlllbe furnished uiththeplpe.
ISO 1 E17T OF 1 MM'II WATER WW! In el-ht
sections Sttnlnltli flane and bolt. This pipe
la rlrited and caulked, mado of Iran and
Is capable of sustaining a prcurc otzt) lb, per
Inch with steel sleepers. Also ten li-ht
cane cars Tor one too load., same jpinc.
m.m: mi a ru.n iittiiu
AM (JltlMilM. ;jllI.Malmo.tiiew.
Ctr pply to THEO. II. DAVIS i. CO ,
Ilonolaln, or to
S M. lAIJOVTn,
1QI'). "' Lanpahcchoe. Hawaii.
MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO.,
BOSTON, MASS.. U. S. A.
Beij. K. Mevejs, I'm. Jos. 31. Oicucns, tin. r.
tltii. AV.TiionrsoA. rrT orAocicie.
Aiwets S 16.101.943 21
liabllitlM 14.3in.928 23
Total Snrplrn S 2,r.74,Olr 01
The attention of t'le public Is called to a New'
Peatnro 111 Life Insnranco adopted by this Company;
the Issuing of Endowment Policies for precisely
lhc premium lieietoforc charged for whole Life
l'ollcle.. These policies participate In the Annual
di.trlbutlon ot surplus, and arc subject in the Massa
clip. cits ncn forfeiture Law.
Cash surrender anl paid np innrancc ralucs endors
cd on every policy.
ramphkts explanatory of the "Sew IVatnre may be
hid on application at Company's Office.
ON THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS,
And n 1'orfillabIenflcrTno I'jjmcnts.
ExAniplo for Plan:
Irsnrcil njc years L'nduwuieut 1'Ian for
ANNUAI. PHEMITJM 8212.50.
Csh burr. V I e. I'd up Ins.
At lhc end of thc.M lear $ JOK 4 5ti
It " IW Kill
Hi Mi r. I,IW
Ml Kj 1,113
Cili IUVIOU I.IZO
lli UC, 13 um
Mh 1,1 ill 73 iwn
'Jlli l.nriiiu j.rai
loth 1,911 K 733
mh All" !M 3,ir,
l.'lh J, 113 li 3Tii
lsni .Will) 1JH3
nili 1 .1.! ' 3'JU
Kill 1JiT3ia I 1C3
Iilh 3,'ju! n l,ll
nh IIS 'ill l,UI
19th I mi ni IXI
Jllh 3,(J0 Ul 3 IUI
The scenndand snbieiiucnt premiums are lkelyto
bcrLducedli7 inrrriiiinn .intin.il illttrll.ul.na.
willbcjiiTcn by thoAcute,
CASTLE & COOKE.
li1 IllWnill lii1!'!,1!) P nn
Offer For Sale ex Rccenl Arrivals:
IX (UAKTb AND PINTS
Of Joseph Perrf6r & Co.'n CImIods,
carte Arcem. Jionzy Alonsseuz,
Oniiid Vm jluusseux,
Cirto UlHiiehe tneil. d'or.,
Of Clinn. I'nrrc, Iteims.
Cnrto Iilanclie, Dry,
Lo llrnin Freru.
Of GusIato Qanaon, CoRtiac SM
M. Pormont .fc Co., Cognac
Otartl Dapms & Co., Cognac,
A. Gondin &. Co. Cognac,
J. F. ClicTille, Cognac.
Best Scheidam Gin:
tone and Glass,
Key I'rand, Anchor llrind. Crown Brand",
Or J. T lieneker's iScheidam.
Fine Port Wines:
8apcnor labia Clmtd.
Of Mane Hrizard & Kor IIniU ax, ia
Crcme de Pralines Gnllcee, 1 1 1 v irilln
Creme de Cacao, Cbonvt a la tamlla,
Orance Uittera, Carac-vi,
Strasburg1 Beer, pts. k qts,
GENUINE MANILA CIGARS
Xdcti Uabanii and elierooti.
10IJ 2ra ED. HOFFSCHLVEGEU A CO.
J. tft. OAT, JR., & Co.'s.
TO LET !
&3jl A SKW COTTAGK OX (Jl'ElIX
HJ bTREET. cnnuioins six rooms. rofsesioa
IVsTi iren tmmc4iately rcr For farther parlies
lara enquire of J EXA. 411.
At the office of later Island tcam XaTlattmi Co .
Ittll On the Esplanade.
PI IK OWXKR Ol' A taUEEPKAXCII
X itt llairali withes to meet with a unable man as a
worlla? partner Apply to
ion (St . II. IIACKFELD & CO.
Ex Recent Arrivals :
niseier Beer. In oat & nla:
Superior Clarets as Chateau,
Of Chas KarrcCUrte Blanche, Le Dmn Frtrrs
to. Carle d'Ur
Best Schiedam Ola, la stone and class :
rsrandlei or all kinds.
Sanerior rnrt and Sherrv
Malae Vtnr. Jtadelia,
Cancan, Oranra Bitters,
'(, 1, 5, 3andljallens,
Also-Bet rorthvnd Cement, of Slshmaa Jh Lief man
ratentaieej Barb Vlrc, at sreatly redncH
prices, Snsar, Klec and Taddy Ba-s, I'lanii of
Different Maker. e- ifvii SALK nr
ED. HOFrSCHLaEGEK it CO,
a ttuisrx STHKET
a. J. WALLEB,
TO THE FRONT !
a onr T BOON
To the Honolulu Public
MUTTON, PORK, & FISH
KElT I OR I UVTS AFTER UEINU KILLED.
BY BELL-COLEMAN'S PATENT DRT
bnaranteed in Veep longer after dellrery than t ItESII
KILLED MEATS. To V- had bi any ot
MIL WALLER'S JI VKKET8.
Un Kln Street. .Meat for sale all day.
(Jo Nwijinti Street.
Hotel Street Market, .
On Hotel Street
At lhc FWi Market
On Mannal.es Street.
On MeeV Street. Beef and fork
Srr Tlianklnz the Public for past f jrors. I solicit i
continuance of the same .
i I C. J. WALLER.
Real Estate for Sale!
BY VIHTUE OV A 1'OWKIJ OP
Altornty from the heirs of the late (lEOIt'lE
I'ltACIIT of Kan, Uatrali, I shall offer for rale at
Anctlon, at 12 o clock noon, ou
Tuesday, January 20
A D.lSj,on the premises, the following described
rroperir lriin me uulidlngs lliereon.
SITUATED ON FORT STREET, HONOLULU,
Fort Street. Hit, feet,
lhtnce rnunln; :torllieast Wi)S feet.thrne9 Southeast
01 feet, thence Southnest 07 feet, the same beinj com
prised of a piece or parcel of land orlrinally to
Klhllpna by ltoyal Patent N'o la, and there more tolly
described as Apana 3; and alo and additionally a
niece or parcel of land conveyed by a certain deed from
M. Kcknanaoatoklhelpna.rrcordtilln Liber l.pizrs
1 " and 156 and bargained and sold nnto Fdtrln Jones
aforesaid, by Mary SnsanJonea and Joha II Jones or
Lahalna, Manl, by the deed of conveyance dated tne
Clh day of October, A. D. IhSl, and recorded In the Re"
Istryof Deeds In said Honolnln.ln Book 50, on pare
.5H. And said property sold br Edwin Jones and hl
wife to Oeorce l'racht. as per deed recorded in Liber 7l.
Tares Ol and ZO
The said premises are leased for a term of fircyear.
from the 19lli day of March. IWf.at a monthly rental of
thirty one ($.11) dollira, payable monthly, and the rent
Is paid up to January toili. IMS. The said premises
are In jrood order and a very desirable location
The terms of sale arc cash and lhc deed at the expense
, , . t W.L.JONES,
Ally In fact of the late heirs of the late CeorM l'racht
tlT" I or further partlcu'ars apply to
No. 92 King Street.
Once more eollclti the patronage anil f oi'port of tboe
who fur twenty ycais knew and
dealt with him.
Plain Talk Pays Always
Tbtcc Ina for many jrar worked for anil cntlearored
to plcae every tliceommnnlty from the hlsliett
In the land ilown to the hamblct of the worktn;
classf ?, and he can say that during that time he ncTer
made an enemy 6r tost a enstomer. Xoir he has
put hit hind to the plow, and is as well able and will
in to sire honctt work, Eood material, and fair Talae
for money Bi cTcryctwao done In the Hawaiian It-land
HAS ALWAYS OK HAXD
Single & Double Harness
Everything Requisite for the Stable.
A FLLI. LINE OF
English & Sydney Saddles,
Saddle Clothf, Mankrif , tic , alwayt in rtock
co What he lian not got he can make 1W
House and Lot
OX JUDD BTKEET. IIONOLCLl,
Itl;ht opposite Mr Hirtnell s old rale
There Is no better rlevr aronnd Ilonolaln. with rooil
shsdv trees and manianla jrrass forone borseallytar
ronnil. and no fear of malaral fever there
tW Apply to M II SILVEIItA,
Panos, or at
lOW tf Mr ferry's slore. Xnnantt St
MRS. A. M. MTLI.IS,
Faahtonalile Sreaa and Cloalc JtlaJcflr,
101 Fort street, Ilonolaln, II f
By I.YONS LEVITT,
Regular Cash Sale
On Friday. Jn. 16thf
At oar Saterooii, corner of Qieen ant Text
Mrt4. will be rakt at aactles
Dry Goods, Furniture
8Hirrr CXDSRWEAlt and larze
Gents' and Boy's Clothing
TBtSTI W5STM1 TICKlSG,
Ba, n I Sntar, Pucry Itarnem aa4
LTOMS A LEVET Aaellonters
Notice of Sale'
Dy aireetloa of lion 11 A WIDEHASV.rhe
i!ieV.lB ta ' rtase. dated ITth di of
rpl".l bJ "P "' Kaiana. Island of oihou
to'J.0?ldasslTi.JrIr5,BDoI to Jt Jlelnerar
On Monday, Feb. 2d, 1885
At IIM at oar In Ilonolaln,
The premise, described In said nortzaxs aa follows f
Sltaateil at Kahaaa, Koolaaloa. Oahn. and eeclai in
area ofiW Acre, belnl apana 1 of Boyal Parrat 131.
Kaleana 10X to Oheaan and the same premlsra that
were conTeyed to the raid Kalapa hy Hamaaalan w and
Kaawa her hasbaarf try deed dated the Hth. Jaaaarr
IS! aail recorded In llbrr St on foiloa lag and sTU
LTOS8 LXTBT, Aaetlenetra.
Notice of Sale
By direction of Hon II A WIDEJfANS.the sslznce
ora certain Indenture of Mortfase. dated Itlh nlr.
by Kaplkoof Walklal. IsUnd of Oaaav to
S Tnr "r and asslsne.1 br mid M Melaernr to lloa
II A tYldetnann.wearedlreclM to .ell si pabllc anctlon
On Monday, Feb. 2d. 1885
t Ii H at mr talesroons in Ilonolaln
The premises described In 'ifttmortrax a. follows
Situated at Iahoa, VValtlkl brinsthe land known as
and a por'lonot Iloyal Tatejit INS to
J Kahal and by him devleetl to Kapiko byihls last Will
dated Auznst 3Tlh, foil, and an area ot I
SU-KU acre', said land Is suitable for the cultlTatlon ot
LYOSS Jt LEVST. Alctloneers.
Notice of Sale
Ily direction of M II MOMS Vltlt VT, the Assisnee of
a certain Indenture or Mortaff made by Kaalhapnn of
Honolulu, Islind of Oihn, to tV II Woltrrs, dateil Pth
Hecember, ISSV and assigned by W II tt oilers to M U
Monsarrat, we are lnstructrtl to sell at public anctlon.
On Monday, Feb. 2d; 1885
U 12 M at oar Sale-rooms, In llonolnla.
The premises described la said morlziW as toltiwst .
Mllnatcd at r.hoa. WalklLI. and conliTn an Irtl of Tl
liu of an acre and are a portion the III Alna of
Iahoa, LC IwardtBIa, and the same premises that
were ronrryed to Kaalhjpnn by Itlchard Nalopi by
deed dated the Mfi of Deeember, 181, and records,! In
liber &I on folios
LTOH LEVET. Aoctlonetra.
WE HAVE REMOVED
To the Spacious Premise, lately vcenpied by
3lesrs V t) train X O
Cor. Queen and Fort Sts.
I.TOXH A tr.s ET. Auctioneers
Tho Great California
Plica, Flcns, Cockroaches, Cliickon
JE3C R. nVt 31a 3U S S
To Human Dclng and Anlmnla.
AS A1W0LUTK SKCESSITV
In Hit) Huiisu, (InriliMi, L'ou;erT!itorv
The Buhach Insufflator,
For IHitrlbiitlii; (he Ilnlmtli.
BENSON, SMITH & CO..
111 niiil lit tart Street. Ilonolnlw.
Detail Map of Honolulu !
Streets, Lanes, Stores, Dwellings, Blocks,
Hydrants, Lamp-posts. Water-
Mains, 4c. 4c.
Useful to all Business Men.
ami Prawn by II. U. MOVi tllitAT.
i"Mip on exhibition aad orders lecelrotl at til
nfflcsNn J7 Merchant street. Itttjil
toll MILLER tND IlEKETtNM UTS
OOre Hoar, from T tu Hot p. ,r OBlre Doa XXX
ntrUnlers nay be le't at Iht raalaeca f (skies "
llOW ly i.
TOIIT STBEET. HONOLULU.
Have Just Received an Invoico of
Slabs & Bowls
Goods ty Xiato I
Breaking, Fnrrow and Light Steel Plows,
Of TUB LITEST IJIPIIOTBD rATTEJsl,
Agents for California Wind Milts and Pumps
HimMULC run NTofK n.tt.Hr.H.
EC"5TIHLTTZjIO Tt ivrjto
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS OF ALL. KINDS,
Cutlery Lamps, Chandeliers, Lanterns.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, KEROSENE OIL,
Detroit Cylinder Cups, Albany Cylinder Oil, and Compound
Lubricating Oils of all Kinds.
$Sr Correspondence from the country will receive careful attention.
BT E. T, AMXfc
On Wednesday, Jam. 14k
Ativaa.aUail4aeaaf X&3 XcUSZGOS.
Adams' Lane near Hotel 3 1. will be ssM Un
Furnilure of 7 Rmms.
Bedsteads & Bttr,w,
Wasbsuadt, Caaln, Sotaer. Xarirsm. aTw
Sets, rttlows. Biaakets, Jlnror, rVetam,
TaM, Laaap, Ciockery and t,Btsfwti
t r.aotan, inw.'i'.
(LEASES AT AUGTIi
Tat folhwlni Land. b.!nla; to Ik PAH IE
will b Leased at AatUoa. aa
Saturday, January IT
M IJ ,tkxk son. at alslTmo at E P AOAX8
Lot wlj houses therm atXolWH
mm Uoo Klas'a arteslaa wfH mm tartans aa.
ion 0f an acre
LOT 2- tl Xalllin. oi Ike asaUl sVs of GoremMa
Itoad.ttils slda of i rtersartkfchasTV
wlla o lloasr tkereoa . 4 aerr.
LOT 3On Ihe msnk.IJ.oHh toad.rlH IX
3, 231 no acre..
yean leaser real payaWTwffr
ly lessen to pay tain, and expense at wpsn. Hm
pronarniUtanTert to the list leasev to cantata
3 B DOLT.. Oaardlaa or rah an alter.
r.. p. Jnina, Ana'tr.
By order of CommUfor9 af Cm. Luda t wtU
Oflr it PoMtt Aoelrn, oq
Monday, January 19tk
tttociocKaooa at nr Salesroom. aa((aee
The Lease tor a term of aa) years ;,- Lm.
In IIIlo. ll.wsrt. wtth alt the
Buildings and ImprotemenU Thertan, tii .
Wllkslm.Ss.tui acra.pwn Jaauary I. IS.
3-Lot No. I rilawaa.nHo, now neuas: be H
rotter, ici acre, from JsnlalSB.
Lot Xo.i.in Klhnna,IIHoaT c.p4e.by It
mmt,iw acres insaa aaaaary x, K"iv
In PMonaa. I lite, now onnssed by t
Reinharu ttddlaere, from January f, las.
3-Lot In, lllla. nw ocnpled bytr H Reed. T.HO test
rrom January I, rvu.
-Latin 1IIW, now oceupted by L Salas. lllpDim.
from Janaary I. fesi.
-Ut In Hlsa, fsirmnly hwssd to H rllUn, rraaa
July 1, iva,
In Illto. tow Isiwi to IsMrasn Jt EMarU
from Jaly t, t$.
1 Lei at urssent ocanpred ay SMpmsn X EUarts.
Um mauka sM nf BrMft street near th ItTer
from Jaly 1st; Iims.
,10-Lot In HHp, fVrmnry ha.edto J. Worth, freen
' Jnly I. fB.
Tn Leas are all fr Twaasa Tr wHh all l
emiluns, and anon ec r
Rents ar payabtt ssmlaan.iHy la ads.se.
p at aipeaa f
. Or- rt fartaar partlnhn apply He I H.
E. P. aO W. Asterr
I am Instructed to set! at rabsH Anctloa. aa
Monday, January 19th
l,at Mo clock asms, at my isasasmea lb
IMmaaaa; to lb Basatoat III lata ltoyal
Tha Aaajnaa f JIOIUA h. Mria Km.. II. ..H.
Ttw Ahupssaa af HU.HOUAIf 4U IHI h Sort
nsin, l(,al rateal esaa.
Tha'AlMtriua of IIIXIUr.YAi.ad LACIlrLf la
uth Kna. HavaH KatsaM .. TT.
Th Ahnpaaa r HC.IM 1 In Soasn Kia. IU-.il
Kaleau Tn. TTta.
ThcKuleana of HKuriT 3.1 la Xesth K. H..ad.
3t10 acre Kojal r.tr.t U t
The Kafesaa or LJt.illlIAI'IHI fat Yards ttaaa
Th Kahaaa of I.V Yltl at'lHI hi Nsntti xaa.
ll.w.ll, TJssr.; KTttrttniVH.
Tb KaVsana.cr ItirlUA 1: hi
The Ka4wa f IIOYI'.U'LJ, Suth Kaa. Ila
Ratal ratMIU as
Th Almpaaa of Ml.f . In P. llawaH. Kaff aaa
TaaAliapaaaaf HIIU hs Hamsaaa, IIasia.:(S3
acs KnpMaa 5.
7hIIIhaf ft II lai ttsroii.l tnMa. Kaha-
J . 5 sa, Hawaii.
A lllma L M H tllifr Xallaa. llaVajl
A Horn Ut IM I a UL la Kafraa. (rata.
Th Ahipaaa as" V r.a II I. Uhsfn. M..I: I spaass;
Itoya) Patent tee).
Apana l.a'l"'.rs; '
i psna X 1 WI atrsv;
Apana ,!( ran
ttTTot fartnt parHenlsr. appffta K. J. CART
wniuiiT.r; !!.. or
K. r. ADAH,
If onotaf. DeniHer 9fh Vl
Notice of Sale
BiHfee,hn rf rllnMt'Stlrlr a tnlian af
cesl.laladraiart' .1 w. T;r. iki d lfmt hs. r.
rnarr SSd. fi mad. In laow LsabwaM Edsrd
rreslon and I Edard
llrown I aai dlretsed - -i P.l l v.in.a
WEDNESDAY. JANUARY Z8th, 1885
At VI anon air in Ifvwhila. aatjW
rlzht.lllleaadlabre.1 of the .aki Ta.n.1. OrWn.
aa aadi.ldnl of la aad t that
Certain Parcel of Tata A
DltaaU at UELEO. nOYOLCLCJ.IsndlrOaaa
mora partlcaurlf deserved aa follow:
E aouinaka ma Ve klal hosaotuaa asaxaf la-ter
Kspaihtkeklhlhrssaaltela.nhalll4 aaa ah
pill aaa I aa pa ha I n Katalkl a hlal I he hill Jttlaa
asaaaa o krla alalia Ak 2P Komi as ruaka ma ta ws
anukasialll ko kf kanafilklaMklUaWkl
kaanVid.HkItil hlklaadkala liapsJia (!Q alalia
lltauie Knot 711 paaaa aiahel aaa auaaena t
kaawahr na katnla c,)a kikllta 1IM sasnkaak
till Alana a bill I ka amaakaaaa Ha solum ska
, The atwrs pleca of Land has arawd aad nWiills
aearul Hoap ractarr W J Baa Has.
ear rot farther r.nUalat laqalr f
E P ADAKU AK4tner.
Or to Caen. Cfiusrx. til, forAs.Hcaeaf Stattxjaza.
DE. 1!. C00I Will,
omcz A5D nisiDisyu:
CORNER- RICHARDS & BERETWHA STS.