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FRIDAY, FEB. 0 1883.
- -""This Day's doings.
SaloVof Furniture, t 10 o'clock,
' Jiy Jlr. E. P. Adams, t the resi
dence of Mis. Cooke.
Ladies' Frnvor Meeing nt Fori SI.
Church, nt 3 o'clock.
Improved Order ot l?ed Men, nt
Morning Star Lodge, K. of J. nl
Musical Society, Annual Meeting,
Kioition of olHc'cis, nt residence of
C. 1?. Bishop, nt 7:!)0.
Union Benefit Society nt 7:30.
The following has been kindly
furnished us by AV. O. Smith, Esq.
who loft on the Suez on her last
trip to San Francisco, and returned
by her yesterday, and can, therefore,
be relied upon ns being correct. We
would here express our thanks in
the n.imo of our readers for the
kindly ' thoughtfulncss, which
thus enables us ttf lay before
the public of Honolulu n true nnd
faithful account of this mnttcr,
which hns interested and excited the
whole population of the country:
The Suez sailed from Honolulu
for Snn Francisco, Dec. 22nd, with
but three blndes on her propeller;
one blade having been lost on the
previous voyage from Honolulu.
After an eventful voyage she ai riv
ed in Sau Francisco, at 4 a.m., on
Sunday, Dec. 31st, on schedule
lime. On Tuesday, Jan. 9th, she
sailed for Honolulu with a full com
plement of passengers and a large
mail and cargo.
Prior to sailing the spare propel
ler and spaic piece of shaft were sent
to the Risdon Iron Works to be fit
ted, so ns to be ready on her return
The weather for the first three
days was very fair, with a smooth
sen, then the wind hnulcd to the N.
E. and was fresh, and raised the
sen. Still the wcatlicr was such as
is frequently met on this ocean.
On Saturday, the 13th, at.Gp.m.,
another blade of the propeller broke
off, leaving but two; they were
not alternate blades, but near to
gether. The jarring of the machin
ery when the accident occurred wns
The ship was kept on her course
until the next clay, bunuay,
was Diit about and headed for San
Francisco. She was then Lat. 28
N. Long. MC. W; nearly 1300
miles from San Francisco, nnd 800
miles from Honolulu,
The wind was still from thcN. E.,
nnd all sail was set, and at two p. m.
(two hours after turning back) a
rain squall struck the &hip, nnd car
ried away the top gallant mast, and
broke the forctop&ail yard in three
The squall lasted but fifteen min
utes, but was severe, after this the
fore and aft sails and foresails were
-the only available sails, nnd were
carried all the way back. The pro
peller was run at low speed, and
was favored bo as to avoid further
On Sunday evening, January 21,
one week after turning back, the
fehip anchored in San Francisco.
Tho daily run averaged 180 miles.
A notable ovent occurred on
board, on Tuesday January 10th, in
the birth to Mrs, S. M. Damon of a
son. (The subject of the nationality
of the littlo passengor may bo a
At San Francisco a part of tho
cargo was discharged and the fahip
placed in the dry dock', and tho new
propeller and shaft fitted. It was
discovered that of tho two re
maining1 blades of tho old 'pro
peller, one waf badly cracked. It
was found that a flaw in, the crank
piii of the after (low presume) crank
had been opened by tho unusual
strain upon it, so that it was neces
sary to remove the crank shaft 'nnd
replace it with the spare one (carried
on board), Placing this crank shaft
detained the vessel a day longer than
had been anticipated. She finally
sailed again on Wednesday, January
81st, at 1 p,m. Tho new parts of
tho machinery were favored some
what for the first day or two put,
and Uieu fine runs were made, till
February 8th, at 12 noon, when wo
arrived at Honolulu.
, The Suez left on Jan. Slst, fijio
brought nil immenso newspaper mail :
hut the Post Office mail was ' des
patched by the C. Ff Hook, which
loH,th,c,dny, before, , i,
The masts of the Hope will le
put in tlieir place to-day.
The Dakota v ill be linulctl up on
the Marine llnlKvny ns -soon ns. slic
lias completed discharging ' hei
Tliu .las. iMnUqc, brouglit 1030
bags sugar, 1 hides.
Local & General items.
Wi: hear that to-tnoi row's J1 rats
will contain some extremely interest
ing articles, hook out for it 1
Yii?Ti:mAY Ihu Deputy Marshal
posted ii notice in Chinese prohibit
ing the setting off of firecrackers
after 2 p. in'.
The Missionary Concert in Fort
Street Church on Wednesday night
was well attended. Miss Roycc gave
some valuable and interesting infor
mation about Siani and othcis gave
news from Binzil, Spain. Africa, &e
Tim Amateur Musical Society will
hold their annual meeting and elec
tion of ofllccrd this evening at the
residence of the Hon. C. R. Bishop
on King Street. Members arc re
quested to take particular notice as
there will be no meeting at the
Tin: non. II. A. P. Carter has
been appointed Minister Plenipoten
tiary nt Washington. We have not
yet heard this otllciully, but we be
lieve that it is a fact; and we con
gratulate the country on having the
most suitable man in it appointed to
Tin: Suez arrived ycslcrdaj',
bringing joy to hundreds. The wharf
was crowded with eager relatives
and friends, anxiously awaiting n
sight of'thc dear ones. All arc safe
and well and have arrived, except
Mrs. S. Damon and family, who re
main in San Francisco till able to
We notice that the footpath or
sidewalk on Nmiamt Street just at'
the corner of Kukui place is being
repaired and good substantial slops
arc being put in place of the old
dangerous and rotten planking wliich
was tlicic before. The credit of
this is -due not to the government,
but to the private enterprise of Mr.
J. T. White.
Mr.ssns Hoffschlaegcr & Co are
about removing into the building
now occupied by G. W. Macfarlanc
& Co next' to Mr. Adams. Messrs.
Mncfarlnnc.nre .'.oing. to shift into
the corner building of the Beaver
Block. In order to fit the place
more thoroughly for Messrs Hoffscli-i
laeger the upper story has been
raised some six inches, and new pil
lars have just been put in. When
all the alterations have been comple
ted it will make one of the nicest
show rooms in town.
It seems a peculiar thing, that ves
sels registered under the Hawaiian
flag should bo measured and their
tonnage fixed by the rediculously
antiquated system in' vogue here.
It is not known in nny other civilized
country. And it bears particularly
hard upon Hawaiian vessels trading
to foreign ports as when they return
they pay their dues on tlieir tonnage,
and the difference is on oao case at
least 200 tons out of 700 a differ
ence of one-third.
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
Tliis Diiyj Triday,
February Olji, at ip o'clock u. in.
At the residence of BIrs. J. P. Cook'c, cor,
oi iving mm unpin sirccis,
Dining Room and Kitchen Furnltuic.
Hair Cloth Parlor Set, 7 Piocoj.
Marble top tabic, 2 pmall fancy tobies,
Chandelier, Japanese cabinet, whatnot.
Lounge, locking chair, tablcH,
Brackets, Vuhc, Curtains, rings,
Sideboard, Dining tublc,
2 WnlniiL Itcdrooiu Sctw.
"Walnut bureau, wiltinjt; table,
Hair and spring matticfe.ses,
Bi'dstcailB, toilet fcIs,
Whilo and Ollina dinner and tea &et,
Ghii,swaie, knives, lump-., ice chest,
Ladder, bath tub, dopr mats, cU;,
15. 1. Aiumh. Auctioneer.
Notice of o-MU'tiHTHliiit.
''piIE uiidculgneil have this day form.
JL cd n cn.pailiHiruhip for tho purpose
of conducting, at Honolulu, thu business
of Auctioneer and CojimlBslow 5Ici-
t'hunlH, under the linn nninu of LyopsA;
Levey, , '
,l,n J. LYONS,
Honolulu, Feb, ,1, J88I).
.1, LYONS, h. J, J.KVUV.
LYONS Si LEVEY,
Auctionecis mid General
Beaver.Blook, Queen st., . . Honolulu.
Sales' of FuVnltuie,Stock, Heal Estate
and (Icnuiul MeieJiundlse promptly at.
SoloAgcuts or 'Aiucric'unlund'Euro
ran incrcmmdlETv, " , " oitj
Latest '.Foreign News.
Knlcm (Mass.), Jnnunry 20.
Charles Derby, tho alleged leper nt
the Almshouse, is failing slowly but
suicly. He is kept solated from all
the other inmates, nnd has an atten
dant whose duty it is to wnit on him
alone. Oiic,rf ins eyes is completely
sightless, nnd tho other is gradually
becoming so, everything appearing
hazy or smoky. Ho sleeps and cats
well, but his voice is hoarse and
husky. He declares his disease is
not lcpiosy nt nil, but of another
nature, contracted sonic six or seven
years ago. lie says that ho is him
self perfectly familiar with lep
rosy in all its stages, having seen it
in the hospital in California, and
that in every instance it commences
on the hands nnd on the little finger;
that the finger loses its flexibility
and becomes numb. Dr. Mnichfield,
a Frenchman from Worcester, has
seen him and claims that the case is
simply skin humor, peculiar to the
South Sea islands, and curable. He
claims to be a relative of lUcord of
Paris, but brings no testimonials
with him. He says lie can cure
Derby. City Physician Goodall has
charge of the case at picscnt.
Palis, January 20. Jules Ferry
hns declined to undertake the forma
tion of a Cabinet. It iias been de
cided, therefore, to revert to the
combination of a Ministry under the
Piesidcncy of Fnllicres, all of the
late Ministers except Duclcrc, Gen
eral Billot nnd Admiral Jnm igabcrry,
retaining their port-folios Torrad
to be Minister of Foreign Affaiis,
Dc Maliy Minister of Marine, ad in
terim and Lc Baudin Minister of
There is some delay in the matter
of the proposed Mexican Tieaty.
The State Depaitmont lias not sent
it to Congress, but it is ascertainad
that so many objections, have been
made to it on tho part of certain
influential Senators that inquiry has
been made whether Mexico would
recede from her demands. It is
ascertained that Mexico will not
make any further concessions, and
that the treaty must btand or fall as
A party, composed of Professor
Ililgard and numerous other scientific
men, will leave San Francisco about
March 1st for the Caroline and Flint
islands of the South Sea group, to
take observations of the eclipse of
the sun, which will take place on
Ma Olli. Tliis is supposed to be
the most remarkable eclipse of the
century, as the period of totality
will be six minutes. The party,
which wilLbe complete in every sense,"
will go out under the auspices of tho
AN OVERSEER for a Sheep Stnlion
on HaT.'aii. Apply to
:!20 II. HACKFELD & Co.
A NYONE having a copy of J.
Kauvt aid's "Form TJot.lv" to (lis-
poe of, will find a pui clutter by lending
ana tf l J. W. Itomnia cox & Co.
Knight of VytliiitH,
Attention ! -rjlUE
Ofllccrs and Members of Oahu
X Lodge, No. 1, K. of P., are request
ed to ushcmblo at the Castle Hall, on
Foil st, on MONDAY, the 12th Inst., at
10 o'clock a.m., preparatory to joining in
the Coronation procession. VlMting
bicthicn coidia'lv invited to attend.
Per order: Geo. "Wim.tamb, P.O.,
320 K. of It. & 8.
Ancient Ordcv oi" Forrester,
Court Lunalilo, No. C000.
ALL in embers of Court Lunalilo and
,visitlng bi others aic lcq nested to
bo nrcs'jut at the Knights.' of Pythias
illnll, on Monday, the 12th of February,
at 0 a. in. sharp. Regalia,
By order of the O. R.
U18 '4t H. F. SINGER, Sco'y.
A. F. & A. Iff., So. 184.
A SPECIAL MEETING of Lo Pro
gres du 1'Occnnic A. F. cJjiA. M.
No. 124, will beheld on Monday, Fcb'y
13th, at 10 o'clock a. in. for the purpose
of attending tho Coronation, visiting
Brethren in good standing aro cordially
invited to attend.
By order bf the W. M.
U18 ilt F MARCOS, Secretary
I. O. O. F.
HARMONY LODGE No. 3, 1.O.O.F.
having accented tho invitation to
be present at tho Coronation, all broth
icrs of Excelsior Lodge and visiting liro.
theis are coidially invited to ha present
at tho Lodge Room, at 10 a, in., on Feb.
12lh, 1883. Regalia.
HIP lw 31. D, MONSARRAT, N.G.
A BEAUTIFUL LOT OF
Plushos, Silks, Satins, Surralis,
Moires, Laces and Trimmings
"Will bo opened this day by
A. 91. MclliN,
808 101 Fort Street.
-llll ' -- i. . .. .....
A linro Chance
lo Invest in a Buerirv. A
Splendid blnirlu seat onen
llucirv. niuilv new. cost
$275; sell for $150. '
A shiftless top buggy, nearly new: cost
StfMi sell for $175. Either is a good
bargain for any one needing a vehicle.
Address or apply to . , ,
, J, E. W1SEM.VN,, k
TJU lw, ' J OguvruJ Uusiuyps Agcul.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
if i .
Just received ex " AuMi.illn " and
H&Somcthing New in Lamp Qoods!
Cairiago Lamps a large raricly of the best Anieilcnn make.
Wire Gauzo, Door Mats, Cutting Nippers,
" Trowel?, Saws, Sheaves and Shcais.
Royal Cement, for mending crockery.
Ship Augers, Wtli, Door Bolt, Spar Plane,
Bailey's Planes, 'L6ek. IttilW
Plows. Whip Lashes,
arid Novelties !
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
' ' " f , 't.'Vf - ' -'.
'Between the Hawaiian Islands and flic United States, nnd
between 'ilia Hawaiian Islands and
.T. HE. TVJCWEIUCL.N,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Offlcc,527 Mci chant ctrect, IInyniinn Gazette Block. .
Tho only recognized Real Estate Broker in tho Kingdom.
Land and piopcity for pale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Island,
llouscs.to lease and rent-in Honolulu and Suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
AT JOHN. NOTT'S,
No. 8 Kaiiliuinanu street.
FIRE WORKS !
A large and bplcndidassoitment of Fire
Works can be had a' S?.
GEO. F. WELLS'
Music Store, consisting of,
Piilin, Suns, Fans,
Batteries, Wheels, China Flyers,
Colored Fires) Bcngnl.is,
Rockcfs, 'Roman Candles.
&c, &c, &c.
105 nndr 107 - - - Fort street.
CARTER, &, S. F. GRAHAM,
nye tins day formcl n Co.part-
nership under the Aim' name of S. M.
CARTER & Co.
Riimmn S.M. Cauteij.,
Signed) s p GuA1IAJI
Hgnolulu, Feb. 1st, 1883.
S. M. CARTER & CO.
BEG to notify their friends and the
general public of Honolulu, that
Retail Dealers in Wood,
Coal and Feed.
They will also cany on tho
General Dray age Business
Orders respectfully solicited.
Place of Business 83 King street.
TEIIMS HTHICTLY CABII. Ulfl
Telephono No. 305. Orders will bo ic.
ceived on and after the 0th Inst.
MESSRS. W. W, HALL & O. BOLTE
have been appointed ussiguces of
tho Estuto of Phil, btoln.
All pci sous having claims against this
Estate will nle.iso present them, and all
persons indebted la this Estate will
iilcasu settle accounts by pavment to
At II. Haokfcld k Co's,
Honolulu, Jan. 25th, 188JJ. ' ,807 2w
' vpi cssWn gon, and
Also, a Carriage Horse, a good loudster
and a first-class saddle home, Was for.
forty owned by Dr. Cummins, For fin
thei particulars apply to
U17 lw- i C'wrlugc Factory, cjuccu et.
" Ella " from Now York and
February 10th, 1883.
Wow Songs, Now Solos,
New Duets, New Dances
New Farces,'New Jokes
Secure Your Tickets Early !
Tickets con now bo had at
T. yv. ItobcrtMou & Go's
Without extra charge. 818
By the stmr City of Ncw0York,'
DIRECT FROM AUSTRALIA,
liiulieis' & Gcntlcmcn'M
Embroidered and plain seats.
Bridles in Rnsset & Blk leather
Riding Whips and Harness,
Tho finest ever imported into Ihcsc'lB.)
lauds; nlso, ,
Solid Leather Portmanteaus,
( Carpet Bags, -Pouches, and ""j1 '
( Russet Leather Saddlo'Bagg',,
J. II. LYNCIPS,
No. 88 King street, i
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICEds'hcreby given that tho firm
.i.u0i.?f ,15rKllc' SPcnl,& Co. is this day'
rtlMolvcd by mutual consent. A. W.
All claims will bo paid byO.Brogllo
and J. A. Spear, and all clcbts wllf-bo
collected by them. '
Tho business will continue under tho
firm name of Broglio & Spear.
John A. Bi-kah.
TT , , T A- W. Richaiidson.
Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1883. 200 lm
TO RENT, on Kulaokahua
Pluius, concr of Kliiou and
l ensacola sirci.iu ..... i.aiipi.
COITAGE, containing Pailor, Dining '
Room, a Bedrooms, Bath-room with oft
modern conveniences; largo Pantry and
Kitchen, with latticed yprand room
attached ; also Stable, with tw o stalls, hay
pnd carriage roofns; and 3 rooms for
STRANGERS will And u
at 118 Nuuanu Avenue, Rooms furnish. ,
,. WAREHOUSE H . X
w- HH of mie, lit moderate churges.. .