Newspaper Page Text
uviai b5pw ilZ&Jt'KfiV
lu sQnilM SaMta.
TI1UHSDAY, JAN. 15, 1886,
SU!!, MOON AND SEA.
All (lino from noon of to-day, Jan. 15.
Sun Sets " 01).
Sun Else 18 II.
Moon Sets " 3D,
High Tide (small) 3 00.
High Title (Inrgc) 10 00.
WIND ANU WCVTIIEU
Uncord Ironi noon of jestcrdny
AH'soajSvf.l. Thnimometer Itoln.
I Hi (Hi I ".lh 5I1 tin I lSli tllolSh
I M.m I so.oa I ro.ojT.to ;o pjo o.oo
Wind, X. II, light j .Shy, cloudy; Sea, smooth.
fMt"ii-TT (iiTanriifmiwii mi'"nifmMntrttiiiiiMwiHi
OCEAHIC S. S. CO"!
I'OH SAN I'ltAXUlSCO.
Mariposa Leaves Honolulu, .Tan. 15
Alameda,... Lcaos Honolulu. lb. 1st
S. S. CO.
FOll AUCKLAND ASD SYDNEY:
Stmr City of Sydney Jnu. 'J 1
1 Oil bAK FKANC1SCO. .
Stmr Australia Jan. 18
Schr Kauikcnoiill fioin Kohala
Sttnr Wiilnianalo from Walnianalo
Stmr O It B!hop from Kauai
Stmr .Ins Mnkee from Ktiuui
Schr Knwnllanl fiom ICoolau
S S Mariposa for San Francisco
Schr Wainiatu for Honomu
Sclir Mllle Morris for Lanai
Schr IjuIju for Koholalcle
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
Stmr Iwalani for llaniakna
Stmr Walnianalo for Walnianalo
Schr Kawailanl for ICoolau
Schr JCaulkeaoull for Kohala
VESSELS IN PORT.
Tern Jos Eus. llcniix
Bktnc Wm Phillips, Potter
For San Francisco per S S !Maiipoa,
Jan 15 K JI 1'case, wife and 2 children,
Miss 31 15 Collins, FPvat, Mis J C Hub
bard. Fiank Qilliland, It I, Gilllland, O
"Will-own. P Smith, J Marden, B F
Schwartz. G F Welti,, T J Lavin, W Y
Horner, W G Woods. J )ohuon, iliss
L Foster. Miss J Mm ray, -J Bastcllc,
wife & 2 children, Mis E Paohcco, .1
Tracy, S I-aae, Prof T Grcnier, J Cun
ningham, J Bach, Dan Chisliolm, II
Malle, J Anderson, F Du Free and one
From Kauai and Waialua per steamer
Ja Makec, Jan 15 Mis Emerson, Mr
Ward and 35 deck.
Schr Kawailanl brought COO bags, of
The stuns Jas Makcc & C It Bishop
will piobably sail on Saturday at 0 & 12
Schr Kauikcaouii brought 1000 bags
Stun Walnianalo brought 500 bags of
Stmr Jas Makec brought 2208 bags of
On the last trip of the stmr Iwalaui,
one of her boats was stove while landing
ft eight at Ilouokaa.
The S S Mariposa sailed at noon for
San Francisco with 30,520 bags of sugar,
2,500 bags of rice, 2,2S4 bunches of ba
nanas, 3U pkgs of leaves, 28 dry hides,
23 bales of goat skins, 503 bdls of su
gar cane, 172 pkgs of green hides, 10
cases of curiosities, and 3 bags of gold
coin (foreign value S17,543.4D). Total
domestic value 178,104.11.
LOCAL & CEtlERAL NEWS.
Ni:v moon to-morrow night.
Thu Bohemian glass blower left
by the Mariposa.
Env. S. E. Bishop's letter on Red
Skies on fourth page.
Tur.ur. is a possibility of the
Bridges case being concluded this
Tun Bishop of Honolulu leaves for
"Wninlua to-morrow. He will remain
Dit. G. L. Fitch may be" found at
his ollice on JMnunakca street, nearly
opposite Government Dispensary.
Bv the Mariposa Mr. J. E. "Wise
man sent away over five hundred co
pics of his Honolulu Guide Book.
Tm: P. M. S. S. Australia is duo
on Sunday afternoon next from the
Colonics, on route for San Francisco.
Tin Post Oillco despatched by the
Mariposa fj,-l.r)(i letters weighing US
lbs. 10 oz., and 1,179 papers weigh
ins 279 lbs. i:i oz.
Mn. J. Marsdcn, of Honokaa, left
by the Mariposa, on his way to the
Now Orleans Exposition, and to Ja
maica to look after mongooses,
Bhis. J. A. ItonAKBT desires a
settlement of accounts due for dress
making, unil intimates her adoption
of the rule of monthly settlements
Tin: ono mile foot race for 100 a
sido between Jacob Sims and C.
Gannon will tako place at Kapiolani
Park Saturday afternoon at half-past
At. Eumticit wna tried for stnUg.
gling in the Police Court this morn
ing. His Honor will glvo judgment
'I'm: Attorney-General said in
Court this afternoon that ho did not
know wlicic the Keystone saloon
was. Olllccr Fclhbohr bad to tell
The Supreme Cour was cgaiu
tilled with spectators this afternoon
to hear Bridges' trial. The Ameri
can, British and Fiencli Ministers
Tin: ." daily dodger," with its
usual anticipation of rivals, gives
notice that the "City of Sydney"
leaves Honolulu Dec. 21st, and the
Zcalnndia December 27th. 'flint is
looking ahead with a vengeance.
Mr.ssus. Lyons & Levey .will hold
their regular cash sale to-morrow
morning nt 10 o'clock. Amongst
other things they will sell gentle
men's and boys' clothing, three car
riages and two horses..
Tut: largest shippers of sugar by
the Mariposa were : Irwin & Co. ,11,
G17 bags ; Davies & Co., 5,212 bags ;
Schacfer & Co., -1,394 ; Grinbauni &
Co., 3,751; Brc.wer& Co., 3,14-1.
Aiiout a quarter past one o'clock
this afternoon there was another
slight shock of earthquake, from
north to south, which lasted over
half a minute. The pictures and
otlicr things in Deputy Marshal Day
ton's office were somewhat disturbed.
His Ex. the Minister of the Inte
rior has received the following ten
ders for the erection of a telegraph
station on Diamond Head: George
Lucas, S 1,250 ; C. J. Hardee, S999 ;
Geo. Johnston, $885; F. Williclm,
$810; AV. . TJrquhait, S805 ; Jas.
Armstrong, 595. Thu last named
was accepted, and a satisfactory
bond filed for the completion of the
Tim regular monthly meeting of
Pacific Hose Co. No. 1, was held
last evening. The following officers
were elected : Foreman, A. II. Rase
mann; Assistant Foreman, Fred
Harrison; Secretary, C. K. Miller;
Treasurer, C. II. Purdy. Two re
signations were accepted, one mem
ber dropped, and three new ones
elected. It was decided unanimously,
that there should be no intoxicating
liquors in the house on parade day.
The Advertiser called attention
the otlicr clay' to the incompetency
of a young man who drives a baker's
wagon. Yesterday afternoon, at
the coiner of Fort and Chaplain
streets, this same young man made
a sorry exhibition of himself. He
endangered several passing carriages,
and' pulled his horse round in a reck
less manner. That young man
ought not to be allowed to have
anything to do with horses.
Ax audience, largely composed of
young men, completely filled the
ground floor of Kawaiahao Church
last night. From the text, "Make
thyself now acquainted with thy
God," an earnest and eloquent ser
mon was delivered, which held the
undivided attention of all. A num
ber of inquirers remained after the
dismission. The following announce
ments were made: Praise and
Thanksgiving service to-night in the
audience room of Fort St. Church,
led by Mrs. Ilampson ; ladies' meet
ing in the same place Friday after
noon at Jl o'clock, led by Mrs.
Ilampson ; farewell sociable in Fort
St. Church vestry, Friday evening;
evangelistic services will be con
tinued next week. Mrs. Ilampson
sails for.San Francisco in the Aus
tralia. liwollinw IIoukc to JLiet.
Tim premises now occupied
iv .fiiH'fn Mh(!ulK. mi H(ii-
'ffi-jaa tnniu feiieet, in Kuloak.ihua,
...tn i... .i ..ft..-'. . ... ,.r t?,.i
Win uu irmuu unci iir- j.au ui i: uuiiiuij ,
185, at reasonable intus. The house iu
commodious and the outhouses con'.
onlenl. The grounds are well planted
with trees and hhrubs. Enquire of '
02 tf S. 11. DOLE.
-JffJ&Jk At Pulamn, near Itcformatoiy
efiiSjOTlScliuol, a new and commodious
uk&Sflacottiige. Suitable for a family.
II.is never been occupied. Easy terms
to a good tenant.
Good stabling, bci'vanls.' looms, and u
On tho premises, or J. E. Wiseman, 27
Merchant St., Honolulu. 888
A SMALL COTTAGE AT LELEO.
Annlv to T. W. JIAWLINS,
DtD you see the two ladies to-day?
asked Mr. Rattlclooth of Patrick.
Yes, sorr. Did they leave simulta
neously V No, sorr. They both went
out together. To the Sun Pearl
Gallery, cor. King & Fort streets, to I
have those lovely Tintypes taken.
A SMALL FUKNISHED 4
or 5. roomed Cottage iu town,
nlcnsnntlv located. Or u bed
room and ptrlor In a private fnnillv,
with bonrd, for gentleman and wife.
Atldrcss or apply to
J. E. WISEMAN,
01" tf Gcucral Unslncsj Agent.
"jVPtS- J. 'A. ltODA.NET, Drcs3.
XTX maker, rcquo3ts all her customer?,
especially those whose accounts arc
long standing, to make immediate pay
ment, otherwise their bills will be
placed In the liandi? of a collector.
Hereafter monthly settlements will be
required. 019 2w
1-iCnse r SJnle.
OP HOUSE AND LOT on School
street. Lease has 8 years to run.
House contains 5 rooms, bath and kit
chen. 0'ithc premises are stable, car
ii.igo house, fowl house, &c. Water
nun through the yard. Just the place
'for two gentlemen rr a small family.
910 2w JNO. A. PALMER.
A Dividend of Three Dollars per share
for the quarter ending December 31st,
1834, will be paid to the stockholders of
Wildcr's Steamship Company, Limited,
at their offlce, on SaturdayJanuary 17,
S. B. HOSE, Secretary.
918 8t Wildcr's S. S. Co.
H- Y. 33. O.
AT the Annual Meeting of tho Ilono.
lulu Yacht and Iloat Clab, held at
the Club Room?, on Tuesday, January
13th, 1833, the t'ollowinsr oMcei-i; wero.
duly elected to seivc during the ensu-
Itiebard P. llickcrton Conimodotc
Chas. 15. Wilson Vice-Commodore
S. B. Dole Captain
W. M. Gi Qui d Secretary
M. M. Whitney, Jr Treasurer
Titos. Sorrenson Measurer
Frank Brown, Mark P. Robinson,. W. L.
"Wilcox, J. G. Spencer, and P. Whitney.
v W. M. GIFFAED,
913 St Secietary
BP. EHLERS & COMPANY hav
ing this day assigned all their
property and cb ims to us, the under,
signed, we hereby notify all 'persons
owing Enid firm to make immediate
E. P. Mablc, at the store of B. P.
Ehleia & Co., on Port street, 1j author
ised to leceipt fcr all payments.
II. W. SCHMIDT,
G. W. MACFAHLANE,
Assignees B. P. Elders & Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 0, 1885. 91! if
A VERY stylish and valuable Road
ster Is for sale. TLis animal 1
well bred, gentle, nnd without vice of
any kind, and gnnr.intccd sound. Is
also broken to saddle. Only reaon for
selling him is want of ue. Address or
nail at L. Colin Ss Co's Ter.plo of Fash
ion. 010 lw
A Four.Roomed COTTAGE,
with cook house, and every
convenience, to let: nnd Fur
niture lor tale. Apply on the premises
:it No. 187 Nuuanu Street- 910 tf
Cottajjo to Let.
A Cottage, ncarl
two rooms, and
ny new, with
nd front and
back vciandali, with water
laid on, standing in ucll-shtidcd grounds
near Kawalahno Church, will be rented
at a reasonable rate. Enquire of
1)02 if . b. H. DOLE.
T70R GENTLEMEN ONLY,
JJ to MRS. TURNER, T.
090 ly b
Building Lots for Sale.
SEVERAL building lots for tale or
lent at Kur-alnmu, rear tlicNiuhe.
lewal brldtro, on the Eau side of tho
Inno leadiiiK lo Austin's es'nto. Ea-y
terms. Apply Hi "V. C. ACIII.
Ltw olU e of'W. R. Castle. 8S7 If
S. ST. CARTER, ,
Acknowledgments io Labor Contracts.
Ofllco with Mr. Fiehbourm-. t!0fl Sin
ON mnl after thU'date. Mr- J- E.
WiHuuiiii will titku (limga of my
books, dinrlliute and collect my bills
without exception. His receipt will bo
GEORGE TROUSSEAU. M.D,
Honolulu, Nov. 21,1881, 871 It
ON nnd after tljis date, Mr. Jno. A.
l'ulmer will attend to tho distri
bution and collection of our enllrc ac
counts; his receipt will bo fiilllcli'nt.
J 8. McGREW. M.I).
H. G. McGREW, M.D.
Honolulu, Jnn. 1,1885, UPS 3--v
LL PERSONS HAVING
J. against mo personally, or on oc
count of my Uraylng iiusincss, aro re
quested to present the btunu monthly
liiilcau oi quartern- as ncrcwiurc.
830 lm. GEO. tl, ROBERTSON.
You Cannot Afford
Clothing, French Kiel Cloves,
Tlie Largest Stock
BY FAR OF ANY
OTHER STORE IN THE KING
DOM. "We carry a lorge assortment of
and Untrimmed Hats,
Hosiery, Etc., Etc.
Our stock is complete, and at the
Very Lowest Prices.
Chas J Fish-el's
Corner Fort & Hotel Sts.
The Ladies' Hair Dresser,
Has postponed hi departure until
the loth instant.
Lidiea wishing his sen ices will please
call or leave ordus at
No. 31 RICHARDS STREET.
(Successor to C. P. Ward.)
All orders for cartage promptly at
tended to, at tho lowest rates. Also for
AVhito and Ulaelc Sand
in quantities to Milt, at lowest prices.
. CO.STUACTOR & BUILDER
Shop on Queen street, near Alakea.
THE PEOPLE'S WANTS.
READ J. E. WISEMAN'S LIST OF
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, etc., to
lent in the Atoning Guide news items
published dally. 001 lm
J. E. WISEMAN.
Tin ftallablo Rtulncss Agent,
Quarterly Bills Bistri1
Quarterly Bills CoIImM !
TO SUIT THE TIMES !
Also, n-islht in general ofllco work.
Office In Campbell's Block, Room 7, up.
G. H. ROBERTSON,
Drayman- best teams
Office, Queen it, 16
fTMIE Under Igncd Proprietor of tho
Wm 8IEAX CAKDV PACM
dcsiics to inform his patrons and tho pub
lie generally that notwlthstandlni; th
recent DISASTROUS FIRE, has erected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a much more Extenslvo Scale which
13 now In Fuli, OrnruTios, and which
will be in complete working order by nn
Early Arrival of new Machinery and
Tools; and is now- again prcpaicrt tto
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
and will always have on baud his doll,
clous Ercsh Made
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CREAM8,
RICH NUQAT IN BAB3,
. SUQAIt ROASTED ALMONDB,
CREAM CANDIES of great variety oft
Gum Drops, nnd Gum Fruit
Of all desciiption". All thnsollnmr
Made Fresh .-Hid Pure Confections, I Ecll
at 50 cents PER POUND.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of the Finest Flavor, in all size9 always
on hand nnd ornamented in the
most artistic fctyle.
always fresh, as also
Home Made Mince Meat
for salo at M cents per pound.
Will receive per Consuclo tho balance
of my now machinery of tho newest de.
signs for manufacturing all description!
of plain Candies; tlianldug tho public
for previous liberal patronage and so.
licititig a continuance of same.
Practical Confectioner and Pastry Cook.
Uir. old stand. 71 Hotel street
P. O. Eox No. 7o;. . . ..Tclcphono No. 74
o. d. riiEr.Tii.
W. C. PEACOCK
23 Knuanti Street.
1IOKOLDLU, 11. 1.
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFER FOR SALE
At the Lowest Market Hates
Geo Goulet Chnmpasuc, pints & quarts.
Chas Farro " " "
Carlton Frcre " " "
Fine Old California Uraudy, in bulk,
Puro Virginia White Rjo Whiskey,
Budw cisco Ligtr Beer, pints and quarts
A largo and well selected stock of
tc, &c, &c,
Always on bend nnd 'for sale nt price
thnt defy competition. Country orders
solicited. All goods giiniantecd.
P. O. Bos 3C0.
I. S. TKEOLOAN,
Corner ol 1'oi-t mid Hotel Htti.
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom House Business prompt
ly, carefully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St
Telephone 172 P. 0. Box 315.
OQbr for sale ex ncent arrivals,
In quarts and pints.
Of Joseph Pcrrler & Co's, Chalons,
Grand Vln Mousscux.
Carte Blanche xned. d'or,
Of Chas. Fnrro, Relmj,
Carlo Blanche, Dry
Le Brum Freres.
Of Oustavc Clatidon, Cognac
M. Forniont & Co., C'onnao
Otard Dupuls & Co , Cognac,
A. Gotitlin & Co., Coginc,
J. F. Chevlllc, Cognac.
juosl eciiiiicaum Gin.
I.. .. .. , . ""r,Sl
iu stone nnu ginis.
uruwn in ami, -
"i i- x. ucnoKcrs sciiieaam.
ITlno Port Wlnae.
Sherry, Mideira, vm
Malaga, aautcrncs, 4flf
SUPERIOR TABLE CLARETS,
Of .Marie Bilatd ARoirer. Bordcaur.'S
such as: "fm
Cremo dn Prnllnn Hlrillnpg n 1'5
Crcme de Cacao, Chouva n la vanillc,
Nuevo Habanos and Cheroots.
Strasburg Beor, pts. and qts.
Gcnniuc Manila tnr,
NuciaHubanos and Cliercots.
For salo by
Ed Hoffschlaeger & Co. J
Heafls of Families
WILL PLEASE BEAR IN MIND1
that wo keep on hand a full
& STOVE COAL ?
Of the best quality, which wo offer for jdf
sale at "?
v uoicsuic nun xtetuii,
Oiders lespcctfully solicited.
S. P. GIIAIIA3' &. Co.,
No. &2 Kintr Street.
Telephone No 187. t05 1in'"ft.
70 Hotel Street.
c j. McCarthy-
Best Manila, Havana and American.
Cigars on Hand.
Fresli Vanity F.vr, Little BeautiesGold
Bar, Three Kings and tho Pet
Chowing and Smoking Tcbaooo,
Cut Foil and Plug.
The Billiard Tables of tiiis establish
ment hate been ic covered and
leveled, which mikes them
the best lu town.
Ginger Alo and Soda Water on loe.
EST Call and f co me. "a
J. F. BEOWN, I
Special nttcntion given to Surveying '?'
in Honolulu and vicinity. t"
Rccords fenrched, and plans showingi
. ......,, ,..Hi...v...
Office, Room Ug. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Block, Fort St.
POI I P
FnmilliH nnd olheis in want of Good?
ije2'.;niki incsuu ros,
Can ibtaln tht, biinio in iiuintitieii tr
mil uy jo-iviiij; miIiis anil (on-, -m
i.'iineis wnii 3s
l' 15. OAX, v
.N.-v.IiiuJoii Co.'- Ilvilrtliiira
.Alukea, near 4iu-eii St.
C. J. Haiuiei:, Propric;or,
Contracting; & Building,
Moulding! and Finish always on hand.
tS" Orders promptly attended to. "1B
Hard und Soft Stove Woodg
fi70 Cut and Split 8im
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over BHhop & Co.'s i
Bank, und will be happy to uttend!
io any nutmegs entrustcu io ms care,
903 Cm ,
- rrriteifi1ii Fii lililltilill " 1 iijairinirf f i-