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AVISDNHSDAY, KEH. 2ii, 188A.
SUN, MOOII AND SEA.
All tlnio from noon of to-day, Fob. 23.
ami arts 0 -J.
Sun Rlcs IS 23.
Moon Hut I 1S
High Tide (small) 1 110.
High Tldo (largo) 1) 0.
WIND AMI WlIATIIblt
ltceuul liOIll 116(111 Of JunU'IlIU) '
AlbittuHul. -H'miiometer lii.
I nil I mi I 2ih ii 'Jh I siii I h iiiiinisii
Slim) I T.M8 I StUW 711 3 I (17 I IK CU(HI
Wind, H. W. light! Sky, llnu; Sen. moileiiiU.
Stmr AVulmannlo from Wnlmumiln
Si'hr Lcnhl from Kohulnlck'
Sohr "Wnllolo fiom Mnliko
Stmr Kllattea Hon for Wlndwnid PoitB
Sehr Nettie Miiiilll for Lahulnn
Schr Hnlcakala for Pepeekeo
Sehr Emma for Olowuln "
Sehr Walehu for Kolon
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Bktne Amelia for San FraueUco
Sinn- Mokollt for Windward Ports
VESSELS IN PORT.
Gr Bk Meteor, Cassen
Bk Forest Queen, Ncilon
Bktnc Amelia, Nowhnll
Bktno Mary wiukluumii, Backus'
Bk Ceylon, Balstbw
S S Alameda. Jloree
For Kauai per Planter, Feb 24 Mrs
Simon K Kaal, Mrs VT L llolokabikl, S
W "Wilcox, O Seholt. 1 Kiu-c, Mis
Simon'-, Mrs Liohter.
For Knual per C H IIMiop, Feb 21
Mis 11 Titeomb, Jos 2s ICaoaokalani.
For Windward foils icr Iwalani, Feb
2 J Geo Irvine, Adolph Gcciing.
The whaler Nonval which lias been
lying off and on for tbo lait few daysj
f;ot up steam tbis afternoon and took a
A stilf southcily breee was blowing
this afternoon which enabled vessels to
come into port without tacking.
The Meteor will llnlsh discharging on
Monday next. She w ill probably load
for San Francisco.
Tbo Forest Queen is in the stream.
She Is partly loaded and will probably
sail for San Francisco this week.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Ciioik practice at St. Andrews
Cathedral this! evening.
c A Poktuguese and his wife adver
tise for a situation.
II. R. II. Princess Likclike will be
at home at her Waikiki residence
Alt. kinds of Artists, Materials can
be had at Kins Bros.' Art Store.
A letter from . Mr. Walter H.
Smith, of Montreal, on Ruddy Sun
sets, will be found on our fourth
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Mks. Paul Neumann, wife of His
Ex. the Attorney-General, will leave
by tho Alameda for a visit to the
Subscription lists are going the
rounds of the town to raise money
for the building fund of the Ivauma
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Beau in mind that Prof. Agassiz
lectures at the Y. M. C. A. Hall,
Friday evening, on the "Modern
Theory of Coral Reefs."
Yesterday a gang of prisoners
were at work on Queon and Fort
streets, cleaning up the gutters.
The improvement is very noticeable.
. . .
Mn. E. P. Adams will sell the
bark Ceylon at 10 o'clock Friday
morning. She lies at Brewer's
wharf, where the sale will take place.
Kite flying ought to be strictly
prohibited on our public streets.
Several horses have been frightened
of late, happily without serious con
sequences. t in i
The band gave a most excellent
concert at the Square last evening to
a large audience. Another moon
light concert will he given Thursday
His Majesty the King lias received
an autograph letter from His Ex
cellency Porfirio Diaz, the President
of the Republic of Mexico, announ
cing his accession to ofllco.
It is said that about eighty whalo
ships will touch at this port this
season. Several whaling Captains
arrived by the Alameda to join their
The members of the Bethel Union
church are requested to attend a
meeting at the vestry this evening,
for the purpose of hearing the char
tor read, to vote upon the rules, and
. a yfr:. , ,,ttlflfUrb.SH.i
Tin morning, nt the Honolulu
lion Works, Mr. K. 1 Adams sold
170 tons of Cumberland coal for 80
fcr ton, realizing 81,020.
OjiT. week from to-day, Governor
CS rover Cleveland will bo inaugurat
ed President of the United Slates
for Hie next four yean.
Mia-Mis. .Sorenson and Lylc give
notice of their partnership in the
leasing and operating of the Marino
Railway, and shipwright business.
Tin: Alameda brought Unity-two
bags of mail for thc.Post-olllcc. Tho
number of letters received was 5,893.
The Australia bi ought forty letters
and nine papers.
Yesterday afternoon the Custom
House authorities thoroughly search
ed the bark Mary Winkleman, and
this morning the S. S. Alameda but
did not find any opium.
The six-oared crew of the Hono
lulu Yacht and Boat Club, which
will represent the club at the regatta
of March 28th, will commence train
ing at once under the supervision of
Mr. J. II. Seclcy.
Ix tho Supremo Court this morn
ing, Messrs. Green and Reynolds
were unanimously elected assignees
in the bankruptcy of Kenned' &
Co., doing business as the Hawaiian
The Band playing at Emma Squai c
last evening, it was impossible to
have music at the skating rink.
However, Mr. Wall informs us there
will positively be music at the rink
All the flags in tho harbor and at
the engine houses are at half-mast,
out of respect to -the late Capt. J.
M. Oat, who will be buried from the
Bethel Church this afternoon at half
past three o'clock.
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'Officer Reynolds, of the Board
of Health, was riding up -Nnuanu
street Monday, when his horse got
frightened and he was thrown off,
liis face receiving rather severe
bruises. He is able to be on duty
The City of Tokio will call here
about the middle of March for Con
sul Irwin. The vessel is expected
to arrive in Japan the first week in
April, and about a month later she
may lie looked for at this port with
over 1,500 Japanese immigrants.
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All the Japanese immigrants havo
been shipped . to their destinations
with the exception of about thirty
five, who remain at the depot. Part
of them will be sent to Hakalau
Plantation this afternoon, and the
remainder to Honokaa next week.
The man Peter Johnson, a sailor
on the schooner Mille Morris, who
was caught in the harbor early yes
terday morning with forty tins of
opium in possession, pleaded guilty
this morning, and was fined $100
nnd sentenced to six months' im
prisonment at hard labor.
Last evening the adjourned an
nual meeting of the Honolulu Athletic
Association was held in the Gymna
sium. Important resolutions were
passed, after which the meeting was
further adjourned until to-morrow
afternoon at half -past three o'clock,
at the ofilce of Mr. S. B. Dole, Ka
The Honolulu Rifles should haye
held a special meeting last evening
for the purpose of amending the
constitution and by-laws, but as
there were not sullicient members
present tho meeting was postponed,
and a short drill gone through with,
Kieut. McLeod in command. Tho
new uniformsaro expected by the
return of the Alameda.
Mit. II. J. McCoy, general secre
tary of tlie San Francisco Y. M. C.
A., will visit theso Islands some lime
beforo April. He may arrive by
the Alameda on her return trip.
From a personal acquaintance with
this gentleman when Secretary of
the Lowell, Mass., Y. M. C. A., the
writer can speak of him in the high
est terms, and his visit here is sure
to prove beneficial to Our Y. M. C. A.
Is the Police Court this morning,
two .drunks were fined SO each and
costs. Three Portuguese, John
Goava, F. and D. Gomez, were
charged with assault and battery on
a Chinaman, Ah Nan. It appears
that F. Gomaz, quite a young boy,
struck the Chinaman while lus wns
going up 1'nuo.i Valley, and the
other two assisted him. Cloavn and
1). nomas', were discharged, while
F. Goninr. was lined Sll and S1.20
costs. When will young boys learn
to lcavu the poor Chinaman alone?
S.mnnuY next nt 12 noon is the
time appointed for the sale of those
beautiful homestead lots on the cor
ner of Uorotiuiia and Piikoi streets.
This is a splendid chance for persons
to obtain on easy terms a desirable
At last that ugly stone which has
projected from the road near. the first
bridge, Nuunnti Valley, has been re
moved. Whether the Road Super
visor demolished it with his No. 12
boots or not we cannot say, but it
Mn. E. V Adams will hold his
regular cash sale to-morrow morning
at salesroom at 10 o'clock, when he
will sell amongst other things, new
groceries, dry goods, sugar, casks
of Salvator Beer, Sherry and spark
ling Moselle, and one caruagc horse.
Maxuel da Silva, cook at the
Catholic Mission, has been a great
sufferer from tape worm for some
time past, and has passed several
quite lengthy pieces. Yesterday
morning at half-past ten o'clock he
was taken to Dr. Trousseau, who
gave him two doses of medicine
which he took. This morning shortly
after nine o'clock he passed a tape
worm, three yards long all in one
piece, head and all.
A chinaman named Ah Sing went
to visit some of his friends in the
Chinese quarters on board the Ala
meda this morning. They treated
him to opium and he lay down and
was having a jolly good smoke, when
Port Surveyor Markham, who was
also visiting the same quarters,
though for other purposes, came
across him, and Ah Sing now langu
ishes behind the bars at the Police
Station, awaiting trial. It appears
the arrested man peddles bananas in
The Board of Inspectors for the
suppression of disease among animals
sent by the last up trip of the Ala
meda, a glass jar containing two
pieces of the cartilaginous septum of
the noses of two horses, and a gland,
to Dr. A. de Tavel, a skillful veteri.
nary surgeon in San Francisco.
These paits were taken from horses
condemned by the Board. Dr. de
Tavel wiites by the Alameda to say
that the horses from which these
parts were extracted, were suffering
from glanders. He further says that
glanders is contagious to man and
beast, and acknowledged incurable.
Ajioxg the passengers for Sydney
on the Australia were the Rev. II.
A. Robertson, wife and family, bound
for the Island of Erromanga, New
Ilebiidcs. Many years ago Mr.
Robertson went out to those Islands
as one of the crow of the Nova
Scotia missionary brigantine Day
spring. Being seized with the mis
sionary sprit he returned to his
native country and underwent a
course of training for his destined
career. JIc was ordained a mission
ary of the Presbyterian Church to
the New Hebrides about fourteen
years ago, and going there was
stationed on It,rromanga, where his
predecessors Harris and Williams,
tho two brothers Gordon and the
wife of one of them had been suc
cessively murdered by the natives.
After laboring twelve years with
much success, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
son returned to their native laud for
rest, and arc now, with their little
children, going back to their lonely
island home. During his two years'
furlough in Canada Mr. Robertson
lias had books printed in tho native
language of Erromanga for the use
of the mission. .
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing
rpilE ANNUAL MEETING of the
JL Shareholder of tho Hawaiian Car.
rliige Miiuufucturini; Company will bu
buhl on Saturday, Feby. :18th, at 10 a in.
at their olllce, No. 70 Queen street.
E. O. SC1IUMAN,
952 fit Secretary.
1) P. GRAY. M. D.,
X . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Olllce, llrfct door west of LlbrarytHulhl
ing. Hours, from 9 to 11 n.ni., and 3 to 4
nnd 7 to 8 )) m. Sundays, U to 11 n.ni,
Residence, cor. Klnaii and Peusucolu
streets. 1MB ly
A Four-ltoomeil COTTAGE,
with cook house, und every
convenience, to let: and Fur.
nituie lor falo. Apply on tho premised
at No. 167 Nuuann Street. !U tf
MAKE FOIt HAIilO.
A VERY FINE Imported MAKE, of
Elmore stock, kind and gentle, be.
tween 4 and 5 yeais, a good roadster
sold for no fault; ul&o, a top buggy,
nearly now. Apply at this ofllee, or to
J. P.MENDONOA, Pauoa Valley.
,l.4,i.aj.kJau'n.ti 1f , MjLtlka. t. ...jAifcX"'?-
Thu Entire Stock of Mis. W.
II. Wilkinson's Millinery Stoic
to be closed out by the 21th
instant. The storu is now open
with the choicest goods dis
played. 1 iS'o reasonable
By order of Assignees.
Corner King and Fort Streets,
Is piepnied to ninite nil kinds and styles
TIN TYDPES, .
Fiom a loekct size up. Island Views
and Royalty Pictures constantly
952 lw Proprietor.
A Small Lot of Extia Quality
In Half Ran els.
For Sale, in Bond or duty paid, by
M. S. GRINBAUM & Co.,
941 lm Queen Street,
The American Bmk
will be offered for sale as soon as (lis
charged, to close the Interest of lb late
Samuel AV. Sweet, of Boston,
Thu vessel is a good sailer, has nindc
the passage from Honolulu to New Bed
ford in 103 duys; she has just mode the
passage from Hongkong in 49 days ;
she will carry 850 tons deadweight; is
well llttcd with sails, anchors, chains,
&c. Has a good .cbronom cter. Has
now on board- 210 tons ballast, and can
be sent to sea at once. The vessel can
be examined at Brewer's wharf, where
she now lies.
Vor particulars apply to
951 lw C. RREWER & Co.
AT an Adjourned Meeting of the Re.
ciproeity Sugar Co., held at tho
olllce of W. R. Castle, Esq., on Friday,
Feb. 20th, the following officers were
elected for thu ensuing year:
President John E. Bush
Vice-President W. II. Cumtnings
Secretar. E. D. Tcnncy
Treasurer II. R. Macfarlone
Auditor F. "W. Macfarlane
Manager "W. II. Oummings
Bonrd of DlrcclONi
W. R. Castle, Q. W. Macfarlane, C. P.
Iaukeu, J. S. Walker, J. II. Paty.
B. D. TENNEY,
931 lw . Secretary.
E. "WISEMAN, General 'Business
Acent. has been authorized und
empowered by mo to collect all tlio out-
staninug accounts duo tno cstaio oi u.
F. Elders & Co., to leceipt for tlie same
and to hue without reserve all delin
Ahilgnce Ii. F. Eblvrs it Co.
Honolulu. Feb. 18, 1685. 949 lw
TU1E STORE OF CHUNG WO KEE
X at Ilanulei, Island of Kauai, Is
truntferred to the Hanalel Store Co.
CHUNG WO KEE.
Hamiloi, Kauai, Jan.. 27, 1885. 911 2w
HPHE Co-Purtnership doing business
JL under the 11 mi name of Haualei
Storu Company, situated in the District
of Hnualcl, Island of Kauai.
941 '2 E. KAALOA.
Building Lots for Sale.
SEVERAL building lots for tale or
rent at Kannlanui, near the Niuhe-
loyiiii bridge, on the Ewu side of tho
lauo leading to Autlln'fl 03tntc. Easy
terms. Apply to W. C.ACHI,
Law ofllco of W. R. Castlu. 837 tf
livolliiiK' IIouno (o H.et.
'The premises now occupied
by Judge McCully, on Bcrc
tanla Mrtct. in Ktilonkuhua,
will bo rented after th lbt of February,
1885, nt reasonable rates. The house is
commodious, und tho outhouses con.
venlent. Tho grounds nro well planted
with trees aud shrubs. Enquire of
003 tf S. li. DOLE.
U&&MjAfiC&$ -. !jJj-V ,s...t.yji, f
Tie Wear! Gallery
AJHiam. - U'BB'.UiiBiui.a'u ii.. j ..ii, j
fiisi from Hie Aslies !
LOVE'S NEW BAKERY
MRS. LOVE desires to intimnto to
her numerous old customers and
the public generally, that her bakery,
Destroyed ly ITire,
Has been restored in handsome, sub
stantial and convenient form. Sho Is
therefore prepared to supply the largest
Plain and Fancy Bread
of the best quality, and manufactured
by the most approved methods.
Everything in the line of a lirst-clas
bakery will ue carried on with greater
facility than before the fire.
The Lunch & Coffee Room
is also rcstoied in more elegant style
than ever, and at rates that cannot be
underbid by any restaurant.
Brick Building, 73 Nuuanu Street.
Honolulu, Dec. 12, 18SL 892
WEMER & CO.
02 1'ORT STKEKT,
Have on hand New Foreign and Home
Watches, Bracelets, Necklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clocks,
And Ornaments of nil kinds.
Silver and Gold Plate.
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Sets
Suitable for Presentation.
KucraviiiK and Xntlve Jew lry
Repairing in nil its branches.
Z3T Solo Agents for King's Eyo Preservers.
"Key" Brand Gin
For Sale in quantities to suit.
Freeth & Peacock,
2ft NUUANU STREET,
Honolulu, : : : : : : H. I.
c. j. McCarthy,
OF THE ASTOR HOUSE
v 76 Hotel Street.
Hn just received, per Alameda, the fob
lowing choice brands-of
American Cigars !
Beauty's Bower, Henry Clay,
Sampler, iSluri. Crane, Western Belle
La Uclle California Las Nlnfus,
Full Moon. Snow Drop,
Excuse Me. ,
E3T Theso Cigars are manufactured
from tho choicest of American nnd Ha
Come txjitl try them I
POI ! POI !
Wilrox'rt Murlilne Made.
Families and othcis Ip want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain tho bame lu quantities to
suit by leaving oiders and con.
X B. OAX
At Pacific Navigation Co.'s Building,
8C1 Queen btreet. tf
ALL BILLS due the ill in of CIIAB.
J. FISUEL must be paid prior to
March 1st, otherwUe they will bo pluc
cd in the hands of a collector with au
thority to enforce payments. Ofllee nt
Hyman Bros., Queen street.
BSrilyinau Bros.' receipt will be uf
lloleut. 018 lot C. J. FISUEL.
)hQii (tofoc I
Honolulu, .Inn 11, 1861.
O. U. 11KHGKK, j.,
Agent Mncncnlo it Urban Safes.
It is with grc.nl pleasure that
1 mid my testimony to tho Kirc-rroof
qiinlltli' of your Safes.
I hnd a cniull sluglo door Macucale ii
UibutiSufL lu last ulglil'a terrible file,
and, on opening the gams this morning,
found Its contents consisting of book,
papers, nnd money to Hie amount of
$ioio-in pj:kfj:ct condition-.
I nmso well satlslled with the result
tli ut I want another No. 'J Safe at once.
G110. M. RAUP1
920 Gerninniu Market.
a- n. fuketii.
W. C. I'KAtOOK
Freeth. & Peacock,
S3 Jinnnnn Street.
HONOLULU, II. I. "
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFER FOR SALE
At tlu LoMCfrt Market ItalcH
Geo Goulet Cliampague, pints & quarts.
Clms Farro " " '
Carlton Frcro " ' "
Fine Old California Brandy, in bulk,
Pure Virginia White Rye Whiskey,
Budwciscr Lager Beer, pints and quarts
A large and well selected stock of
lc, &c, &c,
Always on hand aud for sale at price
that defy competition. Country orders
solicited, ah goous guaranteed.
Tolephono 4G. P. O. Box 3C0.
TIIE Undeislgned Proprietor of thu
PIONEER STEAK CANDY FACTORY
desires to inform his patrons and the pub
lie generally that notwithstanding the
recent DISASTROUS FIRE, has erected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a much more Extensive Scale which
is now In Full Oi'kkatiox, and which
will be iu complete working order by an
Early Arrival of new Machinery and
Tools; and is now again prepared jto
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
and will always have on hand his deli
cious Fresh Mado
VANILtiA CHOCOLATE CRBAM8,
RICH NUGAT IN BARS,
SUGAR ROASTED ALMONDS, '
CREAM CANDIES of great variety oft
Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit
Of all desciiptions. All those Home
Made Fresh and Pure Confections, I sell
at CO cents PER POUND.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of the Finest Flavor, In all sires always
on hand and ornamented in the
most artistic Ftyle.
always fiesh, as also
Home Made Mince Meat
for sale at CO centB por pound.
Will receive per Consuelo tho balance
of my new machlneiy of tho newest do.
signs formuuiifucturing all descriptions
of plain Candies; thanking tho public
for previous liberal patronage and so.
Helling a continuance of same.
Practical Confectioner and Pastry Cook.
thk old 6tand. 71 Hotel street
P. O. Box No. 75;. . . ..Telephone No. 74
LAINE & CO.
Have a Largo Stock of tho
VEEY BEST HAY
Which is offered at Lowost Market Prices
Delivered Free to any part of the City
AGENTS FOS THE
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Agents for the Hoovor Telephone,
Telephone No, 147. ' 700
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