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SATURDAY, JAN. 10, 1885.
sun7moon and sea!
All tlnio from noon of to-day, .Inn. 10.
li nv
Sun SoU r ;)5.
SunRUes 18 41.
Moon Rises '....14 51.
High Tide fiall) 0 00.
High Tiilo (large) ...X. 1 3 00.
wind and wn'Jmiun
ltscord fiom noou of yesterday
Mb!iTl?evol. Tliertnomctor rtaln.
I 4h Uli I ?21l ll 2h I Dh lShltolSh
I ao.ool so.07 1 no.oi78o eao cis j o.oo
Wlnd,,S. 1!. Unlit j SkJ'i fnlS Sea, smootli.
I MlB
ARRIVALS.
.Inn 10
Stmr Llkcllko from Ktilmlul
Stinr Kinan fiom Windward poit
Schr Ilalenkala from Pcpcekco
Schr Mile Morris fromLaual
Sohr Nettie Merrill from Lahalna
T , DEPARTURES.
Jan 10
Stmr C It Bishop for Kauai fe Walanap
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr Likelike for Knhulul
Schr Malolo for Hilo
Stmr Kilauca Hon for Windward ports
Stmr .las Makco for Kauai
Sohr Nettle Men-ill for Lahnlua
Schr Ilalcakala for Pcpeekeo
Schr Mile Morris for Lanai
VESSELS IN PORT.
JJgtne Hazard,
Bktne W II Dlinond, Hondlett
5 S Mariposa, Morse
PASSENGERS.
From Windward ports per Kiuau,
Jau 10 Hon S G Wilder, G G Macfar
laue, Rev Mackeuzlc, Hon J L Kaulu
kou,E Smith, Hon W Clarke, WJS
Rickard. A Barnes, Mr Andrews, Kong
Sing. Miss E Kenton, Miss A Rentou,
Miss M Wells, Miss K Hinds, O McGuire,
Mrs C K Stlllmiui, J Corper, J K Hal
llday, ,T W Glrvin, S Harrison, T P
Kennedy, Low Chontr., MrsH Cornwall,
Mis A Widdelield, D M Crowley, P
Waiku. II R Hitchcock, W Y Horner,
Miss Horner, A Sinclair, Mrs Ah Fook,
J TrasK and wife, Mrs Kali Ikon i and
Willd, RcvTC S Thnoteo & 130 deck.
From windward ports per W. G.
Hall Jan 0 C X Spencer, II N Green
well, J D Paris, 1 II Nahinu, Mrs Hal
na, Mr Aona, wifo and child, G Snyder,
D L Walia, J 11 Davl, J McCarthy, and
101 deck.
From Knhulul per Likcllkc, Jan 10
D A Hanley, Father Gulstan, J Smith,
P Kauaiku, Capt Toomcy, S KKaai,
Apa, T W Everett, K S Spauldlng, F P
Hastings, Mrs Kliaper, Misses Hiul, Le
wis, KLcwis, Carter Kinncj', Masters J
6 C Winter, Miss E Batchelor, Miss II
Kuihelani, Mrs Haudford, J H Trask &
wife, Mrs Halsey, Ahuna & wife, T E
Evans, T Whitney, 114 deck, 3 prisoners
and 2 lepcis.
SHIPPING NOTES.
The Kinan brought 423 bags of sugar,
40 bead of cattle, 2 horses and 80 pkgs
sundries.
The Bktne .T D Sprcckcls arrived at
Kahului .Tan 8, 15 days from S F with
geu mdso & (5 mules for Waikapu plan
tation. W G Hall brought 3304 bgs of sugar,
304 bgs of awa, 157 bgs of coffee, 26
hides & 30 head of cattle.
The Hazard it dooked at Brewer's
wharf to load for S F.
LOCAL &" GENERAL NEWS.
A fikst class stableman advertises
for a situation. .
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TnRKE prisoners arrived from
Maui by the Likelike.
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Frederick Marriott, proprietor of
the S. F.2Veics Letter, died Dee. 10.
Thk bark Caibarien sailed from
San Francisco for Honolulu, Decem
ber 27th.
. .'
Inn S. S. Mariposa brought one
hundred and thirty-eight Chinese for
this port.
Lyons & Levey will sell potatoes
and onions on Monday at noon at
their salesroom.
Tiie preliminary examination of
A. B. Sprcckcls for assault to mur
der M. H. do Young was to take
place January 8th.
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One of the men employed on the
Puuhue ranch, Kohala, Hawaii,
was killed the other day by being
thrown from his horse.
Foreign jurors arc required to be
in attendance Monday morning at
10 o'clock. Tho whole of the week'
will probably bo taken up by crimi
nal cases.
A foot race, distance 100 yards,
will tako placo on Emma Street this
afternoon directly after the Band
Concert, between H. J. Mossman
and W. F. Love.
. '
A lever arrived by tho W. G.
Hall yesterday from Kau, and two
this morning by tho Likelike from
Maui. Tho three are at tho leper
receiving station.
. .
Tub small set of double harness
made by Mr Clias, Hammer for Mr.
James Campbell's Shetland ponies,
has been iuspected and admired by a
largo number of persons. It will be
amoved from Mr, Hammer's store on
i Monday morning.'
Tins morning tho Chamber of
Commerce had a meeting upon tho
currency question, and deferred
finnl action until tho regular meeting
on Wednesday next.
IIkreakteu, when the steamers are
first sighted Lucas's whistle will blow
three times. When passing Coco
Head it will blow twice, and once
when the steamer is at the lighthouse.
Tm: attention of Engine Co. No.
1, Pacific Hose Co. No. 1, the Ho
nolulu Riiles, and Mystic Lodge,
K. of P., is called to the notices
summoning them to tho funeral of
tho lato Mr. Fassctt.
Two children, George and Eliza
Jackson, residing on Emma street,
were charged in tho Police Court
this morning with being common
nuisances. After some evidence was
heard, they wcro remanded until
Monday. R. J. Pond, for violating
express rules, was fined 85 nyd 81
costs.
In the Supreme Court yesterday
the case of S. K. Mahoe, district
judge of Wnialua, for malpractice
came up. As his commission had
expired, the object of the complaint
had been attained. J. "W. Kcliikoa
and J. II. Barenaba were also tried
on tho same charge. Considerable
testimony was heard, and the case
was submitted and taken under
advisement by tho Court. To-day
H. N. Kahulu, district judge of Ewa,
is on trial for malpractice.
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Prof. Wayland, who arrived yes
terday, is Dean of the Faculty of the
Law School at Yale College, and was
formerly Lieutenant Governor of the
State of Connecticut. He was for
three years President of the Ameri
can Social Science Association. He
is President of the Connecticut State
Prison Directors, Chairman of the
Board of Directors of the 'National
Prison Association and has for
several years been President of tho
Board of Associated Charities at New
Haven.
The Daily Hawaiian says that
the prophecies of the Bulletin and
Oat's board giving the time of the
Mariposa's arrival were both a long
way off the mark. The Bulletin
announced that Lucas's whistle
would blow at five minutes past ten
o'clock for the steamer passing Coco
head. It blew at 10 minutes past.
Oats' s prediction was that the steam
er would arrive in port one minute
past twelve o'clock. It arrived two
minutes before.
There will be no services in Ka
waiahao Church to-night. To
morrow, except for the Sunday
Schools, tho Bethel and Fort Street
Churches will be closed. Services
will bo held in Kawniahao Church
at 11 a. ii. and 7 p. m., the hour of
evening service being changed to
give more time for the second meet
ing. All will be made welcomo, but
a special invitation is extended to
men to attend the Sunday ovening
service. Gospel services" will be
held Monday, Tuesda', and "Wed
nesday of next week.
Tins morning, as Pacific Hose Co.
No. 1, were starting out to the firo,
they were informed it was down at
Lucas & Co.'s mill. They hitched
their reel on to one of Lucas & Co.'s
wagons, and had no sooner turned
off King on to Fort Street when a
native riding on tho wagon fell off,
and tripped up Fred. Harrison, who
had hold of the handle of the hose
reel. The consequence was the
wheels ran over him, smashing one'
of his toes, and bruising his knee.
Dr. Henri MoGrew attended him,
and he is doing well. The native
had his arm considerably bruised.
About ten minutes before seven
o'clock this morning word was re
ceived at tho central office that there
was a firo out at Palaraa. After
some delay the Firo Department was
notified and the fire bells rang. It
proved to bo a wooden house on the
makai side of tho road near the
What Cheer House, occupied by
natives, and having its origin from
matches. The interior was con
siderably burnt, but owing to plenty
of willing hands throwhig on water,
the damage does not amount to
much. Being outside tho city limits
tho Firo Department did not go to
the scene.
An. the Engino houso lings ore at
half mast out of respect to the late
George II. Fassctt.
This morning about !) o'clock one
of the liveliest runaways that has
taken placo for a long timo in this
city, was witnessed on Fort Street.
A horse attached to n heavy dray,
owucd by His Majesty the King,
broke away from the Palace yard,
out on to Hotel Street, turning on
to Fort .Street, where it first came
into collision with tho carriage of
Mr. J. II. Paty, which was standing
in front of Lycan & Co.'s store.
Mrs. Paty was in the carriage at the
time and had a miraculous escape,
fortunately being unhurt. The
wheels of the carriage were smashed
and other damage done. The run
away iiexl struck Chinese express
No. 185, turning tho carriage over,
and throwing tho driver out, but not
hurting him. It next ran into the
Rev. Lowell Smith's horse, slightly
bruising it but doing no damago to
the carriage. On the opposite side
of the road was express No. 172,
which had a hind wheel damaged.
When the runaway reached Irwin &
Co.'s store, it ran into Mr. Dimond's
carriage, smashing one of the hind
wheels all to pieces. Fortunately,
Mr. Dimond, who was in at the time,
sustained-no injury. The runaway
turned on to Queen Street, but
getting tired stopped near the
Government building without doing
any further damage. The affair
caused tremendous excitement, and
Fort Street was thronged for a long
time after by a curious crowd.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Last chance to see the Glass Ex
hibition here. To-day (Saturday)
will positively be the closing day.
Admission reduced to 25cts. 913 3t.
Physicians agree that there is
nothing' more wholesome than Taro.
Ask your grocer forTaro Flour.
914: 3t
The Pope of Rome has created a
sensation in clerical circles by writ
ing a Pontifical letter to Cardinal
Parrochi, strongly denouncing di
vorce as a flagrant violation of the
sacraments of tho Church. The
Holy Father makes a most vigorous
appeal against the Divorce bill now
being discussed in the Italian Chains
bers.
FOR SALE.
A BLACK MARE, broken to saddle,
gentle and a fine trotter.
881 tf APPLY THIS OFFICE.
THE PEOPLE'S WANTS.
READ J". E. WISEMAN'S LIST OF
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, &c, to
rent in the Morning Guide news items
published daily. 001 1m
Situation Wanted,
BY an unmnrried Portuguese who
speaks English well, understands
horses, and is willing to do any kind of
work. Best reference given. Apply to
M. A. Qonsalves & Co., 57 Hotel St.
800 2v
NOTICE.
ON and after this date, Mr. Jno. A.
Palmer will attend to the distri
bution and collection of our entire ac
counts; his receipt will bo suflicicnt.
J. S. McGBBVV, M.D.
II. G. McGREW, M.D.
Honolulu, Jnn.l, 1885. 9032w
NOTICE.
ALL PERSONS HAVING accounts
against mo personally, or on ac
count of mydrayiug business, are re.
quested to present the same monthly
instead of quarterly ns heretofore.
890 lm. GEO. H. ROBERTSON.
F. PYAT, '
Tie Lais' Hair Dresser,
Has postponed his departure until
the lStl't instant.
Ladies u lsliing his services will please
call or leave orders at
No. 31 RICHARDS STREET.
C03 iiw
LOST OR STOLEN
FROM MY PREMISES ON FRIDAY,
Jan. 2nd, n Bay Pony, star on fore
head and black points. A rewind will
bo given on returning tamo to
S. M. CARTER.
010 lw Liliha & Judd sts.
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T. BHOADS,
UUNTKAUTUK iUJiUi.LiU.Ui.lt
Shop on Queen street, near Alakcn,
835 Om
FRANK HUSTACE,
Bravmani
(Successor to C. P. Ward.)
All orders for cartage promptly at
tended to, at the lowest rates, Also for
salo:
K&kaako Walt,
Vlte Woo a, ,
, White and Blaok Hand
iu quantities to suit, at loweit prices.
688 ly
JiaiUlJUU."! UHUU',UUI"H ',. JH.fljM'lE
BUSINESS MEN
TAKE NOTICE!
J. E. WISEMAF.
Tho Reliable Buslnoss Agent,
-AND-
Promptly, Accuintcly,
And Reasonably,
TO SUIT THE TIMES !
007 lm
Quarterly Bills,
Quarterly Bills,
Quarterly Bills.
JOHN A. PALMER will distribute
and collect
QUARTERLY BELIES.
Also, insist in general olllce work.
Office in Campbell's Block, Room 7, up-
stairs.
EMsclilaeer&Co
Offer for sale ex recent arrivals,
GENUINE CHAMPAGNES,
In quarts and pints.
Of Joseph Perricr & Co's.Chalons,
Carlo Argent,
Bouzy Mbusscuz,
Graud Vin Mousscux,
Carte Blanche mcd. d'or,
Of Clias. Farre, Reims,
Carlo Blanche, Dry
Le Brum Freres.
Superior Brandlca,
Of Gustavo Claudon, Cognac
M. Formont is Co., Cognac
Otard Dupuis & Co., Cognac,
A. Goudiu & Co., Cognac,
J. F. Chevlllc, Cognac.
Best IScluilodmuMGln,
iu stone and glass.
Key Brand,
Anchor Bruud,
Crown Brand,
Of J. T. Beneker's Schiedam.
Flno Port AVines,
Sherry, Madcha,
Malaga, Sauterncs,
SUPERIOR TABLE CLARETS.
flno Lilquours,
Of Marie Biiznrd & Roger, Bordeaux,
such as:
Benedictine
Mar.isquin,
Crcmo lie Pralines Grillccs, n la
vanille,
Crcme de Cacao, Chouva a la vanille.
Orange Bitters,
Curacao,
Nuevo Habanos and Cheroots.
Strasburg Beer, pts. and qts.
ALSO
Genuine Munila Cigars,
Nueva Hubanos and Charcots.
For salo by
Ed Hoffschlaeger & Go.
004 lm
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over Bishop & Co.'s
.Bank, and will be happy to attend
to any business entrusted to his care.
803 0m
MAX ECKART
Having just opened his
Holiday Goods
Informs his friends and the public iu
general that they are
The Finest Glass of Goods
of Silverware ever exhibited in this city
and consist of
Tea Sets, Ice Pitch,
Trays, Castors, Knives, Forks,
Spoons and Toa Spoons,
Combination Baking Dishes, something now;
Pickle Stands, Cups,
Napkin Rings, Colcry Glassos,
Spoon Holders, Butter Dishes,
Ladles' Toilet Sols,
Bronzo Figures, Chandeliers,
AIo a very fine lino of
FRENCH CLOCKS
EST" These goods must bo seen to bo
appeclatcd, being made from tho heav
iest material, nndalso very ornamental.
.MAX EOKAUT,
892 lm CO Fort Street.
Telephone 35. .
Enterprise
r PLANING MILL, T
m Alultun, near Queen St. L
O. J. Hamdee, Proprieior.
Contracting & Building
Mouldings and Finish always on hand.
J3? Orders promptly attended to. -(
l'Olt NAIii:,
Hard and Soft Stove Wood,
670 Cut and Split. .8m
5AnS9HHH!SSp
SPECIAjJJOTICE.
fTUm Undersigned Proprietor of tho
PIQB STSAH CAM FACTORY
AND BAKERY
dcsiics to Inform his patrons mid tho pub
Ho generally that notwithstanding tho
recent DISASTROUS FIRE, lias erected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a much more Bxtcuslvc Scale which
is now in Fum. Opeuatiok, nnd which
will bo in complete working order by an
Early Arrival of new Machinery nnd
Tools; and is now ngaln prepared ,to
manufacture
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
and will always have on hand his dell,
clous Fresh Made
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CREAMS,
COCOANUT CANDIES, .
RICH NOQ AT IN BARS,
SUGAR ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of grent variety oft
MARSH-MALLOWS.
Gum DropB, and Guin Fruit
Son Bons
Of nil descriptions. All those Homo
Made Fresh and Pure Confections, I sell
at GO cents PER POUND.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of tho Finest Flavor, In all sizes always
on hand and ornnmcnteilin the
most artistic styli"
3JCITVC3E DPIDES !
alw.iys fresh, as also
Home Made Mince Meat
for sale at 60 cents per pound.
Will recclvo per Consuelo the balance
of my now machinery of the newest do.
signs formanufacturing all descriptions
of plain Candies; thanking the public
for previous liberal patronage and so.
licltlng a continunnce of same.
Very respectfully,
F. HORN,
Practical Confectioner and Pastry Cook.
THK OLD BTAND. 71 Hotel street
P. O. Box No. 75; Telephone No. 74
572 ly
a. d. rnnETir.
w. c.'peacock
ATTENTION !
Freeth & Peacock,
23 IVnuaim Street.
HONOLULU, tr. I.
WINE & SPIEIT
Merchants,
OFFER FOR SALE
At the LoweHt Ulni'ket Kates
Geo Goulet Champagne, pints & quarts.
Clias Farro " ' "
Carlton .Frere " " "
Fine Old California Brandy, in bulk,
Puro Virginia "White Rye Whiskey,
Budweiser Lager Beer, pints and quarts
A large and well selected stock of
ALES,
BEER8,
WINES,
SPIRITS,
ic, &c, &c,
Always on hand ami for sale at prices
that defy competition. Country orders
solicited. All goods guaranteed.
Telephone- 40. P. O. Box SCO.
793 Cm.
H. S. TRECLOAN,
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'HRVnl
uaancracmo
Corner ot Fort and Hotel Htu.
870
QUARTERLY BILLS,
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom Houso Business prompt
ly, carefully and accurately
attended to.
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St
Telephone 172 P, 0. Box 315.
821 .
HJE
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! W. E PAGE,
HONOLULU CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY
NOS.128 and 130 FORT STREET
(opposlto Pantheon Stables)
HONOLULU, II. I.
Carriage Manufacturer,
"Wheelwright and
General Blacksmith.
The Manufactory contains a complete
Carriage Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Paint
Shop, and Trimming Shop.
FAMILY CARRIAGES,
EXPRESSES, BUGGIES,
PHAETONS, OMNIBUSSES,
DRAYS AND TRUCKS,
BREAKING CARTS,
PLANTATION WAGONS,
HAND CARTS, &C, StO.
Made to Order on most favorable terms
and all work guaranteed..
Tho Closest Attention given to re
pair work of nil kinds.
Having been in business on tho Island
for a number of years employing nono
but the most Skillful of Mechanics, nnd
using only Al Material, I can strictly
guarantee all worK leaving my Manu
factory. Give me a call before purchasing
elsewhere.
Don't forgot tho place.
128 and 130 FORT STREET.
OPPOSITE DODD'S 8TADLKS.
W. H. Page,
594 Cm PROPHIETOR.
Hay and Grain
T
WOLFE A EDWAnilS
Have on hand, and are receiving by
every steamer,
Choice Hay, OntN, Brnn, Ground and
ZWholc Hurley, Cracked and IVholo
.Corn, Wheat, etc., etc., etc.
Which they offer at the
Lowest Market Rates.
Goods delivered FREE OF CHARGE.
WOI.FK JL KIMVAKHH,
Cor. King & Nuuanu Sts.
Telephone No. 349. 897 lm
Heads of Failles
WILL PLEASE BEAR IN MIND
that wo keep on hand a full
stock of
FIRE WOOD,
CHARCOAL,
& STOVE COAL
Of tho best quality, which we offer for
sale at
WliolcMalo and Retail,
Orders respectfully solicited.
N, V. OltAirAH A. Co.,
No. 82 King Street.
Telephono No. 187. 895 lm
ASTOR HOUSE
70 Hotel Street.
C J. MCCARTHY Prop'tor.
Best Manila, Havana and Amerioan
Cigars on Hand.
Fresh Vanity Fair, Little Beauties, Gold
Bar, Three Kings and the Pet
Cigarettes.
Chewing and Smoking Tobacoo,
Cut roil and Plug.
Tho Billiard Tahlo-s of this establish
ment lmo been recovered and '
leveled, which makes tlirm
tho best iu town.
Ginger Ale and Soda Water on loo.
t2T Call and see me. "a
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J. F. BEOWN;
SURVEYOR.
BILLIARD
SALOON
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in Honolulu mill vicinity.
Records M-urchid, uml pints slowing
titles cmcfolly prepjicd.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Block, Fort St.
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POI ! POI !
Families and others In want of Good, , ,
Fresh. Clean. ' H
Machine Made Poi,
Cun obtain tho same in quantltios to
suit by leaving orders and con
tainers with
IP. B. OA.T,
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At Pflplfln' -Wnrlnntlnii Pn a Tti. 11,11.,..'
801 Queen street. iii
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