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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, FEBRUARY 1G, 18S9. r POKT OF HONOLULU, H. I. AliKlVAI.S. Fmi. Yfh. 15. Am hktno W II Dinioml, Drew, ls' day; fr jin ban Franei-co. Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, 17 days from iati Francisco. Am bktue Discovery, McNeil, 17 davs from San Francisco. Am bk Aldeu Kes.se. Cousins, 19 days fi-oai i:an Francisco. Am.whal bk Helen Mars from San Fran ciC'. . 6tftr Kuala, Underwood, from Waianae and Waiaiua. btmr J A Cummins. Neilson, from Koo lau. f?tmr Ewa from F.wa. Schr Mokuolu from F.wa, Oahu. Schr Mile Morris from Koolau. fcchr Lcahi from Kobala. nEiAitTru:s. Fkiday, Feb. 15. Stmr Kinau, Lorenzen, for Maui and Hawaii, at 2 y rn. Stmr C R Bhhop, Waialua and Koolau, at 0 a m. Am b'.z S C Allen, Thompson, for San Francisco. Stmr Ewa for Ewa. t "' 1 - - 1 i i i !. Vael Leaving To-Iy. Stmr Lohua, Clark, for Ilaruakua and Ililo ports, at 1 p in. Haw schr Jennie .Walker, Anderson, for Gilbert Islands. Schr Sarah and Eliza for Koolau. Schr Mokuota for F.wa. Schr Mile Morris for Koolau. Oahu. Vessels in I'ort from Furt'lcu J'orts. IT S S Alert, Green, CaMao. S A. H 11 M S Cormorant, Niciiol's. Cruise. Bk Don Adolt'o, Moorhead, Newcastle. Bk Alex McNeil, Friis", Newcastle, N S W. Hk V 11 Godfrev, Dabel, San Francisco. I$k Kaiakaua, llender)ii, Tahiti. Schr Robert Seurles, 1'ittz, Fort Illake'ey. Bktne Marv Winkelman, l)yreborr, S F. Am t)k J D Brewer, Jos.selyii, i'.osum. Am bktne Wrestler, Cook,"Newca-tle. iiaw schr Jennie Walker, Anderson, S. F. Am bk I vv, Caron, New Yoik. Jlkt W H "Dimond. Drew, S:;n Francisco. ltkfneS N Custle, Hubbard, Sun Francisco, Bktne Discovery, McNeil. San Francisco. 11 a Allen Hesse, Cousins, San Francisco. Tenaela K:iectol froal Foreign iort. Vessels. Where from. Due.. R M 3 S Alameda. .San Francisco . . . Feb 1J Ur bk Iloval Alice . Liverpool May 24 RkG N Wilcox Bremen May i Bk Jamaica .Giao'.v April 2" Sh l'aul l-etiberg. ..Ght.-gow May I Bk Cam Tnat Newcastle Jan 2o Bkt R jlert Sudden . Newcastle Feb 15 Bk Victoria Newcastle Feb 2s Bktne Kiikitat l'ujret .Sound Ian 2o Sp 1M riiinney Nevcatle Feb to Ilk Ceylon San Franeisco. .Feb 2f, , BrtG II Doula-is.-J-n Francisco. ..Feb 27 Uriji .1 D Spreckels..Sati Francisco ... Feb 2 Schr Anna San Francisco. ..Feb 2 F.rit Lurline San Francisco . .Feb 2." O. A O.S.S. Gaelic, .isan Francisco. . Mar u l'.k Hesper Newc.tle Feb 27 BkDrMezzer.. .. Newcastle Mario Daily Iteoeiptu of l'rixluce. Bit,'3 3unr. Ba-;9 rice. Mis. pks. StmiCaala 500 Schr M ile Morris. ... -100 Schr Mokuota 213 1'ASsKXG K KS. ARRIVALS From Waianae and Waialua, pe r Mrui balaS EkKS S.Tr; i t, Mr? Mtry Allan, J liolt and i Kaala, Feb O & til Liun family, Mrs Aldrich, and l' deck paasen- gers. From Sin Francisco, per bktne W II Di moud, Feb 15 R W Anderson, EA Lun dry, a:d Wiu Horn. DEPAUTCRES. For Sanrawclsco, per bk S. C. Allen, Feb 15 J F Ruber, wile and child. A B Case, J A Dcvine, and Sdas H Duncan. For vrindward portd per stmr Kinau, Feb 15 C L Wight and family. M A Gon Balves, Hon J B Athrrton, V C Jones and wife, W A Hardv, Mr i'orter, Mis Annie Horner, A T Atkinson, W C tproull, and 00 deck passengers. SIIIl'lINi NOrKS. The schooner Mary Foster is on the Marine Railway. The bark W. P. Godfrey is at the old Custom lioiiae wh rt'. The steamerj Likelike and Mikahala will arrive to-tiiorow morning. The Ameiican whaling bark Helen Mara is o.l port from San Fraiui-c. The steamer Lehua saiii for JIamakua and Nuu at 1 o'clock .this afternoon. Robert Searles aid t!e Mary Win ktAi'xn will h ave for San Francisco some time next week. The ?r-;iiiier F.'.va brought s"0 bunches buuivis fro. n the Hon. M. 1'. Robinson's j ranch i.'ii Friday. I The Hawaiian clipper schooner Jennie j "Wallver. Capr.iLu II. Andern, sniis to-day j for the Gilbert gp.-up. The tug F.leu ilid excrilei-.t "erviro on J Frid.iv ue tw;d o. it the i.ark S. C. A I- j len, un.l lo.ved ;n t'iu h.trkr-ntines W. 11. i Dimond, S. N. Ca.stie, Dieu ery, and bark . Alden Besse. j The Anieri.- ui hark Alden Hesse. Captain j E. B. Con-in, wastovved in UL evening: at aboat hah'-pa.-t 7 o'clock. l'Jmys from : ban Franci.-eo. the brings general freight t to Me-srs. W. G. Irwin Co. . Th? Aniericm barkentme Di"Cuvery. Captain 1. McNeil, was moored at Alien A R.jbi.K-oii' wh.irf at t-:-JO o c:ck p m.. K.l.ni.i'-V l Hi'l. I iVJ oav' ; iro:n t.tn Fran- ci,co with -i va-'-A" ( a- neral freight for Me-rs. II. Hackleld t Co. I The American fc-rkentme &. N. Caftle, ! I. 11. llub 'Arti. w i-i io a eu nuo port r riuav aueruoou .n . ",2 days f.-oni Sin Franci-eo with general rn.- r. han.li-e c.nvg..! to Me-r.. Castle .t CHjUe, and has a quantity ot explosives on board. She is do;Ked at Brewer s wiiarr. The Americ in clipper bark S ('. Alien. Captain T. Tiionip-on, sane-, t ebruary 15'h for San Frarici:.. with 2,)..22 hr!o's suar weighing 2.3;i,o7 pounds .nd also ov bunches bananas, shippers were: C. Brewer .c Co.. haji -su-'ar: 1. A. N-he;er A Co., 5.72- i;ags siiir; Thoo. 11. lav;ei v Co. Coo'aC. 7.7:d bas sugar; A. J. Camp i0) buncht-s-bananas. T...t".il lor.uae, torn. Domestie :ue $lMti.!i ',).S. The AmeriiTm barkentine '. II. T'.r. !.n' I. Drew.arrived Di- Fet- CisCO t.nrj i.':h. V) davs from .-n Fran wite"a-fi- crgo c'.t general c-!erchandi.-e incluoitur ra-es na; htha. Ah casts pow der -p.u-i-ir. s sairaou. tb-ur. sugar, etc., aitS 2 hors'.-s. Reports light variable winds the t.r pTrof the pass age, but somewhat roUfcdi rcvher duri:' the last live days. Th'J harker,ine- W. H. Dirmmd was in rorarwmy with "the barkentine S. N. Castle thtf last ji-t-.el-n-dys; the Disrovery met them Ave oiys ago. and kept together with them till ar'rival lite. m ' IIKI. - VERNON In thit city February fr FllAibeth Rebecca ernon. 15th. a na tive of Coventry. England; aged 7i years and 1 month. Hand Concert. The Band wil' plav tliis afternoon at Emma Square, commencing at 4:-'10 o'clock. Following is the programme : Overture-Emma of Rcsbur-h . . Meyerbeer Duet-II Trovatore I'olka-Victon - tal Krminifl Sa bu bo W - kV l WalU-Vwlets .. ;. .Maiilirt r-eif w.i.iroM-. i LOCAL AUD GENERAL. A notice vf the Ton- On Jan Company aj-iH-ars elsewhere. The Alameda may arrive any time to day, and then ajjain'bha mr.v u'ot. Mr. and Mrs. Flavin of San Fia-.ci-co are gAr.- to Sydney by the AUmeda. Tiie annual meeting of the Hawaiian Carriage Company is called f.-.T Wednea day next. A liandsjmo doj; arrived on the deck of the W. 11. Dimond for seme local sportsman. Chinesa gamesters are growing very fhy of the pohee, but eight of them were 'fixed" vcott nlav. Another number of Col. Brash's Owl is out, with a great variety of humorous and witty prose ami rhyme. The Hawaiian Mission. Children's Society will meet at Mr. J. H. Atherton's residence this evening at 7 :Z0 o'clock. Two dentists arrived by the Dimond. Whether they will make a strong pull and a pnll together for business here re mains to be seen. It is reported that a five mile trotting race between several well-known hor.-.es is hein'4 arranged tor Washington's Birthday, the 22d int. Work has betiun in the widening of Alakea. between Beretauia and Hotel streets, also in Die grading of the lirfct named street fur the tramway. Thurston vs. Aylett, bill in equity to cancel a deed, was further heard on ap peal by the full Supreme Court yesterday and continued till March 4th. Capt. John Thiernan of the whaling bark Helen Mars is registered at the Hawaiian Hotel. Captain KlHs arrived here some time ago to join the bark. The police yesterday arrested two drunken men and one charged with as sault and battery, also captured a boy who escaped from the Reformatory School. Specimens of Hawaiian sugar-cane have been submitted to the Japanese Agricultural So.iely, and an experiment as to their Fuitability for cultivation in Loochoo is shortly to be made. The flow of lava reported by Mr. Geo. C. Beckley as seen by him at the vol cano i-- wry similar to the one rejorted by Hon. II. M. Whitney in December last, but larger, and is directly north of the Dana Luke. There was a large attendance at the excellent moonlight concert by the Royal Hawaiian Bund at Thomas square last light, much to the benefit of the cars that have brought that beautiful resort near to both ends of the city. I). Howard Hitchcock will be pleased to have the public and friends visit his studio to-day and inspect a number of his latent works. The studio will be ooen from 10 a. in. to 5 p. m., Hotel reet, Wween Fort street ?and Nuuanu avenue, next door to Sayior s restaurant, upstairs. A Newcastle, N. S. W., report by last mail says : " In the local freight market a fall has taken place for all North Am erican parts. A month ago 22s. to 24s. could be readily obtained for San Fran cisco, Wilmington, or San Diego, or even Honolulu. These are now quoted at 17s., Honolulu at 12s., and considerable dila culty is experienced in fixing at these figures." The Yacht Ilelene. ?Tr. Fred. Whitney's yacht Ilelene, built b- M"atthew Turner at Benicia, Cal., arrived on the deck of the W. II. Diraond. Many r.quatic corsnoi-spurs went to the Oceanic wharf to see her, and her iir.ei atul so forth were freely j discussed. The Ilelene is a keel sloop 40 feet long, 14 feet beam and 5 feet depth inside. Her keel is about two feet deep from the garboari streak and car ries two tons of lead in it. The yacht has a beautiful entrance and. if she stands up wcK to her work, as fcc-rothr features ive promise that she will do, she will ho a speedy bouf. She has a large cabin appearing from one to two feet above deck in a rou:A cornered house. The deck is UepreeJ at the companion way into a well s-ated on three sides for the accommodation of the handlers of tider and fcheU. The. Helene is about IS tens measurement.. Further description may bo diVrred until the new yacht's apparel' is donned. Boating men are already eagerly -an ti:i paling the excite rr.et.t of a con'.-t of -peed between Mr. Wiiilnt-y's jacht aru I tun conterboard ?A jp building in Messrs. Sorensn Vc Lyie's chop. I'ollce Cotirt. Th only criminal case heard by Jus tice Foster on i'ri lav was that of ten Chinese charged v.ith gambling at the fan tan game. Two of them are dis charged on nolle pro-equi. A. Rosa ap pears f..r four of the remaining defend ants, Deputy Mairhul Creighton prose cuting. The elS.it de-'endarsts tried are UIid "lilt v and fj.ted as follows: Kam Yet and Ah Sin, 2.J and I.2.") cots each ; Ah Seeah, Ah Youa, An Fat, Ah Mo, Ah Kit and uai S-u, 20 and 1. 10 costs each $100 all told. CIVIL CAsLS. Hamilton Johnson vs. NWtario Jose L'ii.. A.-sumpsir for r2-22, goods sold and delivered. W. C. Achi fur plaintilf : .. A. M igoon for Ud-n lant. The latter i pleads general i.--.ie. .ju'i.'ujfiu hji ur fendant with I').b2 exp-n.-es. Ti:ive caes are continued and two dis continued. Tlie Campobelio Operatic Combination w ill give thecomedy, "The Happy I'air," at the Opera House this evening. It will be interspcrsed with delightful ballad singing by the tainted pair, Signer Camibeilo an 1 Mi;. Grae-j I'orb-r. It is a most entor'u;.irg fr.Tction ai given by them, and wjli he sup;erhpred bv a cilice pro'ramme of ,vV. i.rrin:.. at'rumental mu.-ie by all the arP'st'd ri the company. As there- is likely to be a dearth of amusements for a good whilo hence, this opportunity for a pieusant Saturday evenicg ia tne Op-ra House should not be ne-.ected. Iet all take their sieters, their cou-ins and their aunts, ami so encourage Sirst-class per formers to vi-it the town. The box plan now ot-en at .Messrs. J. E. Brown A Co.'s, ecata teicg put at popular prices. FAREWELL TEMPERANCE RALLY Last Afldrrss by. Mian Ackerman Large Attendance and Interesting Exercises. j The Y. M. C. A. hall was filled to the I head of the stairs yesterday evening, the i larg? audience being drawn together by I the announcement that Miss Ackermca was to give her closing address during her present visit. Mrs. J. 31. Whitney, President of the W. C. T. U.,' presided. The proceedings opened with the sing ing of a hymn and prayer. IMiss Dress ier then sang a temperance song. Rev. E. G. Beckwith, D. D., made the preliminary addresa, in which be eulo gized Miss Ackerman for her good work in this city. Chief Justice Judd fol lowed in an impressive appeal to his hearers to exercise self-denial and prac tise abstinence for the sake of others and particularly the native people. On concluding he called upon a baod of the Hawaiian Blue Ribbon League, which he had conducted into the hail, to sing a hymn in their native tongue, and thev did so with cultivated musical ability. Rev. II. II. Gowen secured an atten tive hearing with a good-humored intro duction, saying that whila it was requi site that a public speaker be full of hi6 subject, a temperance speaker must be excused from bein " full " when meet ing his audience. He proceeded to urge upon the auditors the great importance of cultivating self-control in themselves and those under their influence. Pend ing the issue of efforts looking toward prohibition in the as yet unknown future, the development of etron will in the community against pervading tempta tions would largely reduce intemperance. Prohibition even would not altogether banish the devil from the islands, but it would make him leave a very material portion of his baggage behind. Mr. S. I). Fuller, General Secretary of the Y. M. 0. A., after a fine rendering by Mr. A. D. Bissell f the song, Not there, not there, my child," gave a vig orous address. He defined prohibition as being intended to close up the glitter ing and gilded saloons on the principal corners, which seduced men from the paths of sobriety and right living. Women's part in the campaign he justi fied on the ground that they had most to tlo with the rising generation that was destined to mould the future of the coun try, and therefore he had heartily wel comed this devoted woman on her brief mi.-sion to Honolulu and rejoiced in the good impressions she had created. Those who most obstructed the progress of temperance, be contended, were the men who had capital invested in the liuor business, upon whoni remon strance and reproof had no more effect than water on a duck's back. Another class almost equally hard to reach here were those who indulged in strong drink, especially whoever of them had gone so far as to have acquired a prevailing ap petite therefor. Miss Ackerman on coming forward remarked t' at after the powerful appeals made by the gentlemen, it was scarcely necessary for her to say more than amen to their sentiments. The temperance cause might be an old story, but many more nights might be consumed in it3 recital and yet tlie quarter would not be told of the evils of intemperance. People might talk of the Impropriety of women coming before the public in advocating the cause, but they were only modestly pleading for the protection of their homes from invasion by this monster evil. Even the little wren spread her wings to protect her nest when danger ap peared. The lecturer spoke cf the pow erful influence that had been and was being increasingly conveyed in the world by Payne's song, " Home, sweet home," and characterized the temperance move ment as one inaugurated and prosecuted peculiarly for the talvation of the home. Someone had reminded her that thus far she had said little or nothing of that important branch of the work devoted to juvenile instruction in temperance. She would advise all to have their chil dren jjin the children's temperance societies, but instead of merely send ing them they should lead them there. In this connection she told about the little boy who was refer red to the chickens going to sleep as an example for him to follow by going to bed, and the youngster's reply that "the old hen has gone to roost too." She re ferred in closing to her gratification at trie organizing during her vihit of the l ouiii' Woman's Christian a earner- f auce Union of Honolulu that already j bad a rod ot sixty-seven members. In all the long journey laid out for her, Miss Ackerman said she was sure her thoughts would often revert with pleas ure to tlie reception and the support ac corded her at this, the first foreign port she had reached since leaving her own beloved country. The lauy lecturer spoke in a clear and musical voice throughout, a glow of animation in her manner aiding not a little in securing unanimous and unwavering attention to her every sentence. Miss Ackerman having called for a col lection, the Pr-v.ident said it was only the second time one had been asked since the W. C. T. U. had been formed here about four rears ago. Miss Dressier sang impressively, by request, the hymn, " God be w ith you till we meet again," and then the meeting was dismissed. The F.atet in The following from an Kastern ex rhatige v.ill tjo. of interest to local photo tographie amateurs: ' "i he advances in amateur photography during the past few years have been wonderfully marked and in many res perts specially interesting. Tne rapid dry plate opened up an unlimited field for work, and amateurs were '"catching" everything going on. Gelatine films made it possible to carry a large number of neuatiws, but the latest and most in genious device is a camera so compact hat it 'Uol;u matf.ria!s lor 100 pictures and can be carried in an ordinary coat pocket. It needs only to be pointed at an object, a little button touched and your exposure is made. No focu-sing no changing of plates, no weight to carry. Tins little instrument is the t ro dnct of the Eastman Dry 1'iate and Film Co., of Rochester, N. Y., and is known as tl e " Kodak " camera. It is the ideal elective camera, and quite a novelty in its way. A Significant Utterance. The Nord Deutsche Zeitung, Prince Bismarck's official ortran, has givm Jorth the following sentiment's in an edi 'torial : Though our relations with Samoa are strongly supported by the German Gov ernment, it is almost impossible to pro tect German interests there against riv alries and intrigues of other powers. The end will be when the German flag shall Coat permanently over Apia and the whole of the island of Upoin, and in tiiat case England and the United States must be satisfied with their claims on Sawaii and Tutnila, renjciively. HAWAIIAN CAMLRA CLUB. Meeting on Friday Evening The Organ lzatlon Perfected Arranging For Future "Work. A meeting of the Hawaiian Camera Club was held yesterday evening. 3fr Geo. W. Smith, first vice president, pre sided, and several ladies graced the occa sion with their welcome presence. The balance of officers was elected, includin a second vice president and a treasurer, the list cow standing as follows : President, C. Hedeman. Fir6t Vice President, Geo. W. Smith. Second Vice President, Dr. F. R. Day. Secretary, A. W. Richardson. Treasurer, Geo. E. Boardman. Executive Committee J. A. Hassin ger, W. M. Giffard and Dr. C. B. Wood. Finance Committee W. E. II. Dev- erill, W. O. Lackland and J. N. S. Williams. The executive committee were in structed to secure a dark room, meeting rooms, etc. Amendments were made to the constitution of the club. It was de cided to hold the regular meeting on the first Friday after the first Monday of each month. The next meeting will be on the 8th of March. The club was pre sented with a copy of " Wiloon's Quarter Century of Photography" by Mr. Samuel C. Partridge, of San Francisco, to whom a cordial vote of thanks was passed and ordered to be transmitted by the secre tary. A degree of enthusiasm was evinced at the meeting which was pro mising of a successful future for the asso ciation. It will not be long till the pub lic will be invited to shave in the pleasure intended to be created by the organiza tion. NOTICE. T7XFECTING TO LEAVE HONOLULU J for China shortly, notice 13 herebv given that Ng Mon Sai will transact all matters of business connected with the firm of Tong On Jan Comoany under a full power of attorney. Nti CHAN. Managing partner of the firm of Tong On Jan oompany. Honolulu, Feb. 15, 18S9. 41-lm Annual Meeting. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of the Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Company will be held on WEDNESDAY, February 20. 1859, at 2 p. in., at the office of W. O. Smith, Secretary, 06 Fort street. By order of the Board of Directors. W. O. SMITH, Secretary. Honolulu, Feb. 15, 1889. 41-4t Miss Cliillberg HAS MOVED HER MILLINERY Es tablishment to the store lately occupied by P. McInernjT, next door to Gomes & Wichman, Fort street. 39-fit To Contractors Proposals Grading. for Offick of The Oahu Railway and Land Co. (L'd), ,1 February 13, 18S0. SEALED PROPOSALS ADDRESSED to the undersigned will be received at this office until 10 o'clock a. m., February 20, 18S9, for the (trading of the Oahu Rail way (Pearl River Division). Further in formation with forms upon which all bids should he made can be obtained at this office. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved. B. F. DILLINGHAM, 39-3t Contractor. Notice of Removal. DR. DAY HAS REMOVED HIS to the Dickson Premise:?. 0.0. VJ Jjeretnnta street, opposite Garden Lane, and his office to the cottage ad joining. 30-2w DBESSMAKING. ItS. M. B. CAMPBELL HAS COMMENCED the bnfilDesn of DrftpanaaVIng, Cutting and Fitti Kg. at ht-r residence, No. 73 HreUnia strt, opposite the Hott-1. The patronage of the ladies is respectfully solicited. Satisfaction n.-.ran-teed. S-tf 1243 ly JAMES CAKTY Cn he fonnd next door to th T. C. A. Office, Merchant Street. Kacks Nos. 18, 37, GG, 75, 180 AND WAGONETTE 1JO. 3T -Hell Telephone 204, Mutnal SOO. 2fj3-tf Change in Telephones. MUTFAL NO. 371 CHANGED FROM A.M. Hewett to Hawaiian Wine Co., Frank Brown, Manager. Bell No. 50 changed from Frank Brown residence to Hawaiian Wire Co., Frank IJrown, Manager. 3f;t WILLIAM F0STEK, Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, HONOLULU" . 31-2w 12.-7-lm Firewoo.ui-or Sale ! . V v . ? . S8 leS Cord, AT CIIR. GERTZ'S 20-lni F0 FORT STREET. CONCEIVE HIM IF YOU CAN. Conceive me, if you can, A meddling-all young man, A commonplace stamp, With a pen and a lamp, And a big Aloha fan. Who thinks a minstrel show More fun than opera slow, Who's fond of a nigger And doesn't get bigger On laughing gas and blow. A common-place young man, A matter-of-guees young man, A noisy and critical, highly political, Hop and go fetch young man. Bcxthorxe. Absolutely Pure. For qnlck raising, the Royal Baiint Powder Is anperior to all other leavening agents. It la ab Boluteiy pure and wholesome and of tlie highest learening power. It is alwajs nniform in strength and qnality and nerer faHe to mat. light, sweet, inost palatable and nutrltire food. Bread, btscuit. mnfllns, cake, etc., raised with Royal Bakina Powder may be eaten hot without distressing results to the most delicate dlceetire organs. It will keep In any climat. iritbont deterioration. Prof. II. A. Mott, U. B. GoYernraent Chemist, after examining officially the principal baking powdera of the country, reported: "The Royal li&kinj? Powder Is absolutely pure, for I have so found it lu many tests mads both for that companyand the United States tioYern ruent. "Because of the facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent upon the proper proportions of the same, and the method of its preparation, the Royal Baking Powder is un doubtedly th. purest and most reliable baking powder offered to tlie public. "Da. UEMtY A. MOTT, Ph. I'.," 81221-ly U. 8. Government Chemist. NOTICE. A. ASCIIHE1M HAS THIS DAY been admitted as a partner in our firm. Honolulu, January 1. 1S0. 3G-1W M. S. GRINBAUM it CO. Rooms to Let AT NO. 4 Honolulu. GARDEN STREET. 31-lm LOST! TN GOING FROM HONOLULU TO Waimanalo (Waianae) on or about lt February, Certificate of Deposit No. l(J,f92 for $50 on Bishop & Co. Payment on the same has been stopped. A suitable re vvard will be given on leaving the same at the Hawaiian Gazette Ofiice. 3 HJt WANTED, SITUATION BY JAPANESE MAN and wife; man for house work, woman totake care of Children. Apply of K. 2d i jama at Japanese Niipuu, Nuuanu Avenue. 30-4 1 Photographic Goods. A, FINE ASSORTMENT OF TITE above goods, including Cameras, Lenses, American Films, Bromide Paper and ppecialtift.s have just been received by llollister & Co. The public are invited to call and examine them. 30-3t 109 FORT ST. A.. K. WEIR, TtrOCLI) RF.HPF.CTFULI.T XOT1FT HIS TT friends and the pnblio generally that he lias purchased the. Blacksmith and Osrriafte Hhop forrcerly conducted by A. Morgan at Nos. 73 i;d 61 King street, where be is now prepared to 5o all kinds of Carriage Painting r.d Trimminsr, Carriage and iaYy Wagon Work and General Blac.ksniHbing with promptnens and dispatch. Satisfaction guaranteed. 131-tf Planters' Monthly For January, 1839. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Suzar Bounty on Beet Sugar With our Headers Sorghum Snar in tho United States Electric Suar Refining Leprosy in Hawaii and Louisiana New Varieties of Sugar Can Modern Suzar Mill Machinery Facts Wanted Regarding Diffusion Sugar Cano, an address by Mr. &oniat Diffusion, by J. I'. Baldwin Statistics of Cultivation of Sugar Diffusion in Brazil Orange Groves in Louisiana Demerara Sugar Progress Waited Humus About Vanila Prevention of Orange Rust Sugar IIouso Engineers German Millet Pineapples in Florida TERMS; Yearly subscription Foreign " Bound Volumes .$ 2 50 , 6 00 . 4 00 BEST" Address: GAZETTE PUBLISHING CO., Merchant. St., Honolulu. mm ll g HENRY DAVIS & CO., 3MPORTEES, Grocers, - Provision and Feed Dealers No. 52 FOKT STRIXT, UOXOLULU, U. I. OUR GOODS r.S' - CHOICE FBES1I EUTTER, Island and California Our Specialty! OUR MOTTO ! Excellence of Quality L0V7 PRICES A:r FAIR DEALING. Family and Island Orders Trilled with. Scrupulous Care ! J" TELEPHONE 130. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY, Corner of Fcrt and Merchant Streets, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. OEISTER AL AGENTS, EXPERT ACCOUN TjJS TS .AJNHD COLLECTORS, REAL ESTATE, FIRE AND LIFE HOUSE, LOAN AND Departments Books and A tcorxTs" accurate! v kent and Collections will receive special attention Conveyancing a Specialty. Kccords searc Legal Documents and Papers of every description Carefully drawn and handsomely engrossed. Copyino asd Translating in all languages Heal Estate l)oug'it ami solo. I axes pam and Property safely insured. Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Oflices and Land leaded and rented, "and rents collected. Fire and Life Insurance effected in lirst-cla.ss Insurance Companies. Custom House Business transacted with accuracy and dispatch. Loans Negotiated at Favoralle Kates. Advertisements and Sup.scriptions solicited for Publishers. Skilled and Unskilled Lahur Furnished. Any Article .Purchased or sold on commission. Inter-Island Orders will receive particular attention. ALL BUSINESS ENTRUSTED TO AND FAITHFUL ATTENTION Ilaving had an extensive business New York City and elsewhere, we feel comment to attend to all business of an intricate and complicated nature, or requiring tact and discretion, and respectfully solicit a trial. Bell Telephone No. 274. IMITATION GIN. It having come to our notice, that an inferior quality of Gin, purporting to be J. J. Melciiers' "Elephant" Brand, s being offered for sale in this market, we have to Caution tlie Priblic That we are the Sole Agents in tho Hawaiian Isl ands, for the said Brand, and that every genuine bottle bears our " Sole Agfncy" label. W. C. PEA COOK fc Co., Sole Agents for J. J. Melehers' Schiedam, W. Z. fit ?3f.f.m B.IT.EI-IL HAVING TAKEN STOCK, ARE OFFERING All Goads at Greatly Reduced Prices. SPECIAL BARGAINS OF REMNANTS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. JUST RECEIVED A FBI'S It LOT OF DIAMOND DYE BLACK HOSE. 1-tf Pioneer Shirt Factory, of Honolulu. ISTo. 17 Eriimji Street. Th nnd rsts;n p'1 ,en io Inform tJi j'il?ic sinrcmrnl. directions fur 6lf - ins;sun - meann White Shirts, Over Shirts and Night Gowns. A fit guarantet'l by making narnpl fhlrt to Tery order. Island errter iI!rHcfl. O .A.. tV 1501 TlfT-1ion 410 The Weekly Gazette and Daily P. C. Advertiser Are th !St A1 rrf tln drrrliscmrrils. VKE'.'S FIRST-CLASS -o- T. O. BOX 505. INSURANCE AGENTS, CUSTOM EXCHANGE BROKERS. o of Business : nroncrlv adjusted. and returns promptly made. hed and correct Abstracts of Titles furniihed in general use in this Kingdom. OUR CARE "WILL RECEIVE PROMPT AT MODERATE CHARGES. -o- experience for over twenty-five yeara in HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY. L'9 125G-tf LJGIIS fe Co., of thps falnndu that he In making Shirts fc r) - nt will tlTpn on prllcatioB. jVI. MTCrCTS. 101 MHJumi In tit Kingdom.