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JPVHY jTTJCylpf ' . I T?"!flllWWpF r5f"rwfip' ' pjp!fr,53?,TfM "" 'Y-wr'-f, r- 'll T'tyjc -w- x ""T 'fT fC i;V't a-- 1 - ,.'- ' 4'. f2&t&& iWv:&l2S''fc5! h fl" Wi$nUij-U?ilv. Monday, jn. 28, issi. , ... """"" Will- - n OCEANIC S. S. CO. KOIl HAN KIlANC'leCO. AlaniL'ihi. , . .j.i-jivni Honolulu, lVb. 1st, iU!irlp(Hii. , . .Leaves Honolulu, Mar. 101b PACIFIC MAIL S. S. GO, t'OH AUrivf.ANl) AND SVDNKVt Kcahmdia On or about Jan. l'OH HAN l'KANOISCO. CO TELEPHONIC. Diamond Head, Jtiu.23, (1:!J0 a.m Light N. E. wind. Bark off Dlmontl Ilcntl. Schr Nettie Merrill off port ARRIVALS. Jan. 20 Ktinr Jas Makec from Knuni Stmr Mokolii from Ivoolutt Stmr "Wnimnnulo from Wnumuialo Stmr Kiimu from windward ports Jan. 27 Stmr. Iwnlnnt from Kiumi. Stmr. Lchua from Maui. Sohr. Marion from Kukuihaelc. Schr. Rob Roy from Koolnu. Schr Ilalcakala from Pcpcckco Schr "Wailolo from Maliko VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY. Stmr Jas Makec for Kauai Stmr Kilauca IIou for Kahulni Schr Ehnkai for "Waialua Schr Kamoi for Laupahochoc PASSENGERS. From Kauai per Jas Makcc, Jan. 2G Dr. A "W Saxe and 20 deck From windward ports, per Kinau, Jan. 26th C Afong, Capt Belknap, W Grata, W P Isler, A A Spencer, J Cowpcr, G "W Wilfong, F P Hast ings, W O Smith, H- Cornwcll, C B Makec, A Kock, Mrs L'Orangc, A Faye, Mr Brochgrenovink, wife and daughter, F H IIayseklon,J C Kirk wood, Akong, N Y Horner. SHIPPING NOTES Stmr Jas Makcc "brought 1,100 bag.? of sugar. She sails to-day at 3 p.m. btmf Waimnnalo brought 280 bags of sugar. The llespevian was loading fiom both sides on Saturday. Stinr Mokolii brought 281 bags of sugar, 874 bags of rice and 29 bbla of molasses. The Hazard is bending her sails and making ready in general for a voyage to the South Sea. The Kitsap has brought s-omc large timber foi' "Wilder & Co. The Klikitat swung nbout on Satur day to discharge through the bow ports- Stmr Kinau bi outfit 2050 bags sugar, 24 green hides, 8 bbls beef. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS. Tjikke is a good store t'o let on Hotel Street near Port. His Excellency the Governor was in town on Saturday, for the first time since hi? illness. The Wiudsor Restaurant opened on Saturday with a full house, and succeeded in making its patrons full. . Crispin! gives a concert at the Music Hall to-morrow cveuiug. Box plan now open at "Wiseman & Ashley's. .-o The sidewalks on Ecrctania street arc not devoid of .discomfort to pedestrians. A little gravel is a wondrous thing. ! . O" Tun Hawaiian Coin Is the subject of an article, from the S. F. Chronicle, which is reproduced on the fourth page. . ' . o New Ribbons, Ladies' and Gents' Silk Hosiery, Satin Corsets, Straw and Beaver Hats, in all shades; at C. J. Fishers. 017 lw New embroideries and Inccs are tho last acquisition to Mclis good slock. He offers them at cheap rates and charges nothing for an inspection. . . . Watkk was struck, at a depth of GOO feet, on Friday evening, at the residence "of Mr. David Mahaku. The boring operations 'were performed by Mr, J. D. Arnold. Tourists in Honolulu should call and inspect tho new stock of views at J". Williams' store on Fort street. They comprise photographs of all parts of the islands. The dial of the large clock, for the Lucas-Lalne building, has been placed in position. "When completed It will prove a great public convenience, es pecially If visible by night. .I.. . . Mit, G. "West has received from Malay Commandery No. 12, K, T., of Louis ville, a certificate thanking him for his attendance at tho recent Knights' Tem plar Conclave hi San Francisco, Tjie property of tho late M. J. Rose, having a frontage of fifty feet to South street and a depth of lfi'.J feet, was sold on Saturday by Mr. 33. P. Adams, for 735, Mr. Win. Hirst being tho pur chaser. iii '. In tho rollco Court Saturday there were threo cases of drunkenness. Iokca, for assault and battery, forfeited his hall of 12; Kekaluma, charged with a similar offence- upon a woman, avu& lined $7 aud costs 3.20. The recent rain has had tho offect of Increasing tho water supply in the Ma ldkl reservoir, which has just been cleaned. Horticulturist .will bo glad to learn that at present there is no pros pect of tho supply being stopped. ""3rth ItfOM A LGVoy will W-U'llfcililj' til 12 noon, ut Sales Room, a lot of splendid fat turkeys. 'It Is announced that the Weekly Ad vertiser is to be published hi a new form on Saturday, tt " w ill contain uvurloty ot matter prepared exprely for the weekly issue, especially adapted to a family newspaper aud to a paper circu lating iituongot thoMJ who live in tho country and are engaged In planting, fanning or other rural pursuit V Dhunu the gale in December a large Algeroba tree, In Captain Luce's yard, was blown almost out of the ground and has remained In an inclined position until Wednesday night, when, during one of the strong North West squalls, the tree was blown back into its original site. There is no appearance of its ever having been moved except n slight displacement in the soil. The Saturday Press has, In Its new premises, a four-horse power Baxter engine, which was working well on Saturday. The convenience of letting off your own steam, at will, in a print ing shop, cannot be over-estimated, and we congratulate our big contempo rary upon followingour example, though our Baxter is only a two-horse affair. Tjie deep sea sounding machine of the Cable Company can be seen at the Honolulu Iron "Works and is worth a visit. It is composed of four wheels, a fifth one being placed over the side of tho vessel for the line to run out. There arc screws to stop the machine, a brake to register the speed of the line, and it is self-registering. The Instrument is adapted cither for hand or steam power. Mr, Wm. Buckle, Governor of Oahu jail, died suddenly yesterday morning at four o'clock, lie was seized with an apoplectic lit and fell over the par apet of the prison, where he was in the custom of walking, and, when pic ked up, he was dead. Mr. Buckle leaves three daughters and one son, and was about 53 years old. The funeral takes place this afternoon at 4 o'clock, under the direction of the Masons. Tin: four members of the Ministry hand m hand, making for the legislature of 1884, was the subject of Saturday's PacAina picture. Eacli gentleman had a Government candidate in his pocket, their legs dangling below, and tliey were followed by Colonel Sprcckels with a club, full of coin. In the nebulous far away was a dim outline of Kamchameha I who asked Is this the way that you now govern- the country? One of Colonel Sprcckels pockets represented a bank, and, on various portions of bis body, were steamers plantations and railways. Paul's Son v ould form the subject of a series of interesting at tides, after the style of "Peck's Bad Boy;" no insinua tion meant UiatPaul's son is a bad boy. The flrst article might be an account of his visit to the King, how he hired an express to "go alone." Paul's Pi, if the boy were sent to our ofllce for a few hours, would no doubt bo interesting, for he would soon make a pi if let loose among the type. Young Paul in Court is said to be worth seeing, as he doffs his hat and makes a bow to the bench. Oii Saturday he dropped a pack of smnll cards on the street, much to the conster nation of some members of Foit Street. EMMA SQUARE CONCERT. The Band will play in Emma Square, this evening, at 7:30. The following is tho programme : March Hunting Call Faust Clarinet Solo Aria Bcrcson Gavotte Stephanie Cibulka Medley Rage in London Naono Selection Paticnco Sullivan Waltz Southern Bicczc Meislcr lloohena and Vabinc .-Bergcr t., "Russian Hymn and Hawaii Ponoi. ' A NEW FIRM. Notwithstanding the general plaint' that business is dull and corn trade languishing, new establishments are al most constantly being started and old ones extended. One of the latest addi tions to the list is that of Messrs. Tregloau and Atwater, merchant tailors and dealers in gentlemen') furnishing goods. Tills Is an old business, with a new branch added to it. An old name, well known In 'business circles here, is combined with a new name, and the two together make a new iirm. The place of business, is the corner of Fort and Hotel streets. Hitherto tailoring alone has been carried on there : from this time forward gentlemen's furnishing goods will occupy a portion of the es tablishment. Mr. Tregloan continues to manage tho old department and Mr. Atwater assumes supervision of the now. The senior member of the linn requires no introduction to the gentlemen of Honolulu or of tho Hawaiian Islands; for his name and his manufactures are known to nil. Ho was an acknowledged master of his trade in London, In Now York, and in Philadelphia, long before ho came to this country. For tho past seven years his garments have been scattering over these islands, aud to-day his coats advertise his skill from Hawaii to Nilhiui. Mr. Atwater, although new to busi ness here, Is familiar to a largo circle of friends, both' in Honolulu aud on the other islands, Since coming to these Islands, ten or a dozen years ago, he has been associated with planting Interests. Ho now returns to a sphere in life to which ho was brought up from boyhood, and In which ho formerly moved In addition to a business training and busi ness habits acqulrod hi commercial pursuits, Mr. Atwater is endowed by nature with a genial and obliging dis position, so essential to tho success of a business man. Tho combination of Tregloan and Atwater is u strong one, and should stand and prosper. Gentleman may depend upon being furnished with wolf fitting and stylish garments, and oro euro to receive courteous attention. rrrirt rv?Hr Kennedy & (ft Biillciin of New Goods ! EX STMK. " MAKIPOSA, " JAN. 32, J 884 Sacks of Fine Large Humboldt I'oliloe-', tl e bent In the Mmkel; will keep a long tlmu. jul the ailie.le for laiully i oiiMimptb n. IIoxo 1 California Fresh Apples and Tou-n, Freb Eastern Oystcis, In shells and tins, Ciues of U.iiined Salmon, Ca-es of Canned and Dried Frutln, Casks of Flue Mams and llncoti, Casks of rims Smoked Mutton, Biles oT Pine Alfnlia Hay, etc., Cases of K'lslein and California Canned Uoodt', Haislns In Layers Whole Boxes. ltiisilis in Layers Half Boxes. Raisins in Layers Quarter Boxes. Almonds, Walnuts, Brazil Nuts, UST" Which wo will guarantee to sell lower than any other houso in tho Kingdom. aoons demvkueu kjike ov oiiauui:. isi.Ani oiinr.iis vtT.i.tin with dispatch. KENNEDY & Co. Popular Grocery, Provision and Produce Store, 07 & 00 Hotel street. Tolcplioao 240. 019 P. 0. Box 297. LI United we Stand, WISEMAI THE ONLY IN THE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM! rpHE NEW FIRM TAKE MUCH PLEASURE IN STATING TO X the Business Community and the Public Generally, that they have lilted up one of the Elegant Ground Floors in the NEW CAMPBELL FIRE-PROOF BUILDING, On Merchant Street, Honolulu, Where they will conduct their Business hereafter, and be most happy to see their patrons and friends who desire to bestow on them their patronage, feeling assured that all business transactions will bo conducted by them in every particular to the best of their ability, and on the most reasonable basis. Agencies s WeBls9 Fargo & Co., HANIBLE & ST, JO, AND CHICAGO, BURLINGTON & QUINCY RAILROADS, REAL ESTATE AND EMPLOYMENT, Mutual Life Insurance Company, Neiv York, CITY OF LOUDON FIRE INSURANCE CO., MfrnnT 9 fifitnm Hiifin Ih , MU110F tt UlLiUlWL 11UU&0 1 JUSy-Special attention in the following Departments will be our aim. and we invite your cnicful perual."la WELLS, PAEGO & CO., GENERAL FORWARDING AND COMMISSION AGENTS. We deliver Letters, Packages, Parcels and Jloucy all over the World, send orders direct to our Agents likewise, to be tilled and returned. Ship through out the United States and Foreign Countries 3Icrehandise, Curios, &e., from the Kingdom, figy Always advise your friends abroad to send Parcels Packages. Important Letters and Money to you through WELLS, FAltGO & Co., whose Agencies are established in all large cities on the globe. Don't consider the ex pense when sending through us, as we will Guarantee you Satisfaction in every particular, and hold ourselves responsible in all our undertakings. AGENT FOR THE HANIBLE AND ST JO., AND CHICAGO, BURLING TON AND QUINCY RAILROADS. These lloads are the most Comfortable and Inviting Itoads going East. Tourists will find the Scenery, the Palace Cars, the Station Restaurants along these routes most Inviting and superior, and Letters will bo given to all Travelers and Tourists going either as 1st or 2nd class passengers to the Principal Agont in San Franeico, who will lake special pains in making you acquainted with Railway Olllcials through letters, so that your trip will be mot enjoyable to the end. REAL ESTATE AGENTS. "WE BUY AND SELL REAL ESTATE ill all parts of the Kingdom, Search Records and attend completely to every branch in Selling Real and Leasehold Property. Our olllce will contain maps of all Properties left in our charge. We make a specialty in Collecting Rents, keep ing Premises in repair, Paying and Discharging Taxes, AVater Rates and effecting Insurances. Owners of Property should bear in mind that wo will relieve them from given their attention to Property, guaranteeing at all times to act with care and for a nominal consideration for services in this department. Rooms, Cottages aud Mansions to let at all times on application to us. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. "WE SUPPLY ALL KINDS OP HELP, both Male and Female, in all the various branches of industry on these Islands. Agents, Planters, and Merchants generally should notify us when vacancies exist, as wo will furnish no help such as Clerks Salesmen, Book-keepers, Mechanics or Laborers unless well recommended to us. Chinese Seivants and Female Servants will be supplied to families at short notice, for which a nominal commission is exacted. LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS. We feel it a duty to call every man's attention (particularly a man of family) to keep his Life insured for the benefit of his Family, who so often are dependent upon his labors for their sup port. Young men and mechanics would find it the most pleasant duty of their lives to take out a Policy on the "Tontine" principal, when, in a few years, should they live, they will have sufllcicnt funds to engage in business, with a neat liltle income to hack them. AVe invite you to calll on us when we will take pleasure in illustrating to you how beneficial itjs for your welfare to be Insured !' Every man who owns Property should remember that '-Fire," that grim messenger often makes the .rich, or well-to-do, poor and poverty stricken. Let this be a warning to you, and call on us at once and protect yourselves against loss. Money to loan. Prom $100 to 010,000 on first-glass Security. CUSTOM HOUSE Brokers. AVe have made special arrangements wherebv wo can enter Goods at the Custom House through Power of Attorney, nnd we cnil upon all Merchants and Store-keepers to make us their 'Agents at once. Our Charges for this work are very Reasonable, and wo will Enter Woods, Pay and Dis charge Freight' and Duty Bills, and Deliver Your Goods direct to your places of business in prompt order. Merchants and Store-keepers will find this of great ad vantage to them In every way. General Business Agents. Our long acquaintance with tho Business Community is well known, and we Invariably keep inviolato all business matters of a private nature. Business men who will intrust their commercial matters to us may alwavs feel safe in ho doing. AVe study the interests of our clients at all tunes, ana advise on an nusinoss topics earetuiiy, uaseu on our nest juugment. In the General Business Department we attend to everything In tho Commer cial line, such as the following, viz : Books and Accounts Kept and Adjusted Ac curately, Neatly and Satisfactorily, Bills Collected Promptly, and Proceedings Taken Against Creditors when compulsion requires a speedy settlement, Legal Papers of every description, such as Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, -Bills of Solo, Leases, AVills, Partnership Papers, &c, drawn. ALSO Advertisements, Notices, Articles, Communications and Correspondence written. ALSO Memorials Drafted and Engrossed, Drafts, Notes, Bills of Exchange, Letters of Credit, and Banking Matters Generally attended to, ALL ORDERS FROM THE VARIOUS ISLANDS to us will roccivo prompt ness. AVe can purchase at the lowist mawckt ka.ti:s, and much more reason ably than you can, and wo inspect everything before we buy, and, therefore, It is to your interest to send your orders to us, as wo then become responsible, and the small commission you pay us is less than what your purchases amount to buying as you have been doing dhect. BSyAll correspondence to us wo take pleasure In answering .without delay. IlSy-AVe invito everyone to inspect our new and spacious otllces, and have nil our departments working under a systematic ride, with polilo assistants, central location, and special advantages for conducting our business, wo feel that tho community ut largo will ho gratified in knowing that such a beneficial Institution' has been established, where tho wants of all may be supplied by Your Most Obedient Servants, WISEMAN & ASHLEY, General Tiuslness Agents, Campbell's iVeto Jllock, Merchant Street. P. O. BON aiG, TELEPHONE 12. 0fP. S Our Christmas and Now Year's Books are ready, and on applica tion or by letter wo will present or soiul you one, ' ' 5D0. - ' lrfr-P-w..-..cA VZ Fe&tt ramivwiiaRN Divided we Fall! RECOGNIZED mm ! B&B1 & t?pp 1 Wl r My Elegant Assortment of "New Goods tie! eel ed by 111 u"f In Pari-, Ljtidon, and New Vork, Are low Opn and Reafly for Inspection A.iSA SA.jr.jli2, nntl compriNo MANY NOYELTIES Never before Introduced hcic, among which will ho found Entirely New Patterns in LB01B8', IlSSeS , llll (MM EST JUST SEE MY -a Elegant Paris Made Do not fail Now Stylos and Colors in Lnrtios' ami Misses' Silk, Lisle, and Balbriggan Hose. NEAV STYLES OP LADIES' PUHSES. in Peacock, Blue, Old Gold, and Maroon Plush, &c, &c, &c. LADIES' TOILET CASES, Cent's Elegant Dressing Cases, SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS It is not necessary for me to enumerate the many new goods now introduced by me here, but the Ladies are inyited to call and judge for themselves. Honolulu, Nov. a2, 1883. MACNSALE & URBAN SAFES With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hinge Cap. o C5 a. 1 M a.. -l. O 21 LI erf O iilflHHfH IK3fiil iWtHHiif IBMIIIbBIW Ililllilf ElKl pcJ4h9FiIhHShS', BIIHnlEwuHIIIIIII A Eai-g-e Assortment of these justly Celebrated Safes Just Arrived. Over 500 in daily use on the Hawaiian Islands. Safes Sold for Cash, or on the Installment Plan. For Prices, Circulars, etc., apply to C.0. BERBER, General Agent, 510 tf,)', ., HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. SERINGiTELDGAS MACHINES. This Well-known Machine is now used at the Royal Palace, Hawaiian Hotel, Jt.iiKic Uall,and a number of private residences, giving entire satisfaction every where. J It is the most economical Machine in ufe, easily managed and nutomntic in its operation. I can furnish fiom it 20 Light to a 1030 Light Machine, smaller sizes constantly on hand. J GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO. For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply to O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. r.c.Hf b PER "MAI.LSGATE." We have received a further consignment of Messrs. Mirrlecs, Watson & Co.'a machineiy, and have now on hand, ready for delivery. One Tripple-Kficct, on handsome wooden iron fitaging, containing 3485 square feet of heating surface, with pumping engine nnd dischaigine mont. jus, complete. ' One DoiiblcEflect, having,' 2200 square feet of heating surface, with engine and inontjus. One set of Pour Weston's Patent Centrifugals, with engine and mixer. One set of Two Weston's Patent Centrifugals. Having increased facilities for the manufacture of theHO machines, the Weston's-raleiil for which, in Great Britain, haa expired, we nro thus on abled to oiler them at materially reduced prices. We have a full assortment of Centrifugal Maros llnlugs, brasses, 'rubbei bauiU and bushes, etc. ' "... Two nhigonnl Engines, each 0 inch by 12 inch. f , V "&$, ,tt .' vt? (; Cluilllci-H, Flat Coolers, 8.fl2 and 0x5x1.7. - ,.-' One Hpnni Top Uollrr, Tor 20 inch by if inch mill. One cpaio Bide Holler, for 20 inch by fil inch mill. One ppuro Intermediate Spur Wheel, for gearing of 20 inch by 01 mill. .-. .r 91, W Maofarlimo & Co. fiJJa )f li Notice. rjMIK Annual Meeting of the Share X bobleih of Kaplolanl Park Assoei. ation will bo hold at tho Armory, on Queen Ktieet, WEDNESDAY, Jan. CO, at 11 o'clock a,m. Hy order of the President. . , . II. MAOPAItLANE, (117 td h Secrotarv. French Kid Gaiters ? to see the 215 ro ii; !q : -3 ' --, MACHINERY i Notice. ANY ONE found ou ray premises at Moannlun without my permission, will bo prosecuted for trespass. O KA II EA 0 loaa ana malunn o ku'u niim ma Moanalua, mo ku'u ao oje aku 0 hoopilia no oia no ke komohewa. R. GERKE, , Jan. 15th, 1884. 610 lm ' ! V t; ! tAh t ( i 3-r m :l : ! .' S ! . caw' J jtmWf 'raM tif y-rfegfiJ V . '- &,r,l, S' it 4 "f&.'-i w ,.-iW-qimm mW' dM?JJi. '.., taut--:. Jexjm !..'