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THURSDAY, I'lSn. 7, IRHl.
I on sN rilAJJrin ii.
.Mnrlpoa. . . . Lcavc-s lliiolnlu, Full, lfith
Alftnieda. . . .Loaves Honolulu. Mor. A,
von aucki,.vni) AM) 8m;i:v:
City of rtydimy On Feb. 2(H1i
I'Oll SAN 1'llANCIRCO.
Australia On Fell. 17lh
Diamond Head, Fob. 7, G:!!0 a.m
Light N. E. wind.
Klmr Q U Bishop from llainakmi
Bgtno AV V, Irwin for S. F.
Sclir Hob Boy for Koolau
Sclir Mnlolo for Ililo
Sclir TSItivy Alice for Molokai
Schr l'ohoiki for rnim
Sclir Kaiiikcaouli Cor Kohnla
Sclir Rainbow for Koolau
For Sim Francisco, per "W G
Irwin, Feb. G Mrs J .15 Brown, J Irs
D S 1'rcscoU, J B Bubcock, J M
Clements, I) Purely, ami 1 steerage.
From Ilamakua per C 1? Bishop,
Feb. (5 W U Lawrence and 12 deck.
Tins Spartan will .sail onTuc-daynext,
and the Kalakaua on Saturday.
The bark Ceylon Is discharging at
The Kitsap was bending her sails yes
terday. The bgtno AV. G. Irwin sailed at noon
yesterday for the Coast. She had to lie
towed out as the wind was from the
couth. She took n ton of .sugar,
valued nl about 50,000.
Very little work was done along the
city front yesterday owing to Hip. elec
tion. Some of the schooners that were to
sail yesterday could not, as the crews
could not be mustered.
Alter the departure of the W. G.
Irwin yesterday, the lower part of the
cily front looked bare and deserted
there being only two vessel there.
Stmr V. B. Bishop hi ought 2,Cia bags
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A nur-e girl is wauled.
The American bail; Ceylo.i is offered
Anxuai. meeting of Hie AHdetic As
Lyons and Levey's sale of bedsteads
and furniture to-day.
Tar. meel'.ig of C. Brewer & Co. has
been adjourned till till morning.
Gladstone in the Lumber Trade and
Votlphar's wife on the fourth page.
Fint. turn over seat brakes for sale,
cheap, by the Hawaiian Carriage Manu
Had the late Mr. Buckle, lived till
I I Tuesday, he would have l cached bis
llfty eighth birthday.
.Hisns. Tregloan and Atwater an
nounce a reduction in their price for
tailors' and clothier' good.
Tin: corner of Kuahiiimiiiu and Queen
streets, and Queen street itbolf weie in
a disgraceful condition on Tue-d.iy,
after the shower of r.iln.
V' A rinan named White, a brinl.layci
working for Mr. Cummins at Waikiki,
.was cleaning a gun cslcrday when il
"wont oil'" and so did most of hi hand.
Go and hear tho celebrated musical
ai'tM JVofe.-nor Cripinl on Thursday
evening, at the .Music Hall. Box plan
onwi at Wiseman it Ashloy'b 027 -It
.Just Br.ci:ivi:i, a large assortment
of Blcturc and Cornice Moulding. We
aru'now prepared to make all kinds of
Picture Frame and Cornices to order at
shrrl notice, and at juices within the
itfVeli of all. IClNd HltOs' l'letiui) Stoic
jltfj King fl., AVay's Block. 0-J.') lw
'lJ To-NKiiir OiNplni gives his second
concert. Ill ilrt vcntiire was not a
"" lliianclal siiecc anil it is hoped that the
' public will, to-night, liberally Mippoit
lids artist. The programme prepared
contains selections of a high cla,, and
Cripiiil'sprofcslonal reputation should
be a siillleicnt guaiautce that the selec
tions will bo well rendered.
Juihii: IHekeiton received, on Monday
mornliig, an anonymous letter In con
miction witli the case against Mr. Dodd.
The Judge i'.proacd his Idea very
plainly of a per.on who would adopt
him in any way, and if Hie person who
wrote the communication were present,
and it is Irclleviyl that ho was, he must
havu felt pleased at the scathing cabil
gatlon that ho received.
Mr. V. U. Irwin has just received
one of, if not, the best inlscrojcone in
the Kingdom. It in monocular and bi
nocular and was imidu by I'lgkard, Cur
ry & Oo. of London. U " consists of a
inafslve ftlcflriy Miiml, fitted v. It!: Wen
hiiinV binocular an iiiioitiou and tarkid
drav. In ; fibc. ("'in i . n i il i ijigt-ni.-iils
to ill. .'plica! pin- ) ' a laiigo
for IUI.I objectives. Il Is liilul wll'i a
divided compound ro'ntlitg singe uith
merhnnlcil motion, In rectangular dlrec
liuiio, mul eunltrliijr adjustment." Dr.
MoKThbhi, who selected the Instiumcnt
1h Loiidnu, Hays that it is only suipns-oil
in Honolulu by one belonging In Br.
.Mn. A. Frank Cooke has ju( lecelved
a new boat built by .1. A. Dower it Son.
It Is Hie ilr.-t of a claw of surf boats of
three ".i, being built In Honolulu. It
is 20 feet long, 7 ft. (Jin. beam and 'J ft.
S In. deep. Tbu timbers aic of oak and
bent In one piece, tin exact duplicate of
each being kept by the builder o that
repairs can. when neeo-ary. he prompt
ly effecled. The boat Is very strongly
built throughout to withstand the con
stant humping against ships" idoii.
The proposed urrangeinont of Colonel
Spicckels for the now hank is to erect
handsome and suitable piomi'cs at the
cm nor of Queen and Alakea Streets.
The olllces of Mewr. V. G. Irwin & Co.
and the Oceanic S. S. On. will adjoin
Hie hank on Queen Street, and thence,
to the prcmisei of Messrs'. Wilder & Co.,
it is proposed to erect a regular row of
building-, suitable for offices, Including
one for the But i.un.v. The present pii
vate loddenoos on Queen Sti'-et will be
lemovedto Mcivhnnt Street and Colonel
Sprcekcls has offered very liberal teims
to all located on Queen Street who will
be, in any way, inconvenienced by the
execution of his proposed plans.
The legal profession of Honolulu has
lcccntly received an acquisition to its
numbers by the admission oT Colonel
.M. Thompson, attorney nt law and soli,
citor in chancery, whose ofllce ! located
at the corner of Merchant and Foit
Streets. Colonel Thompson, besides
being a Knight Templar and high in
the Masonic Older, is also (he author of
the Digest Laws, Dirtriet of Columbia.
Tor this work ho has received the high,
est testimonials from members of the
"Washington and Columbia bora and
from lion. Andrew Wylie, one of the
Justices of the Supicnic Court, Distiict
of Columbia. He hit? a lcputation as a
sound and able lawyer, and, in addition
to this, is a genial companion with a
fund of lu--truuUc and amusing anec
dotes. Colonel Thompson came to these
Islands, Mifl'diug fiom bronchial affec
tion, and, finding his lu-dtli much im
proved, lie intends to n-maiu and pr.ic
tisc his profession.
Ktuly 'yesterday morniu": it was
evident tliat something unusual was
taking place. Government House
was the center of attraction, and,
before 8 o'clock, a large crowd of
natives had collected there. The
polling arrangements were in charge
of Judge Bickerton, Captain Luce
am! Mr. F. II. llayscklcn who were
assisted by Colonel ,7. II. Boyd, Mr.
J. II. Brown, Mr. A. Rosa, Mr. J.
II. Smith, Mr. L. "Wilcox, Mr. J. A.
Ilassiugcr, Mr. .J. II. Smithies and
Mr. Henry blaia. Punctually at 8
o'clock, by tiie lime piece in the
buildings, the doors were thrown
open and voting commenced. Can
didates only, besides voters, were
admitted inside the outer barricade,
and but six voters passed through at
u time. The police arraiigenicnls
were in the hands of Deputy Mar
shal Dayton, who gave the signal by
a whistle for tlm admission of elec
tors, Captains Mchrlens and Marcos.
Some voters had no tax receipts, but
where it was proved satisfactorily
that tiie man had paid his taxes, a
duplicate receipt was given to him
and he enjoyed the biennial privilege
to which lie was entitled by his con
tributions to the revenue of the coun
try. For the first two hours the number
of voles polled appeared to be in
favor of Hie National ticket. Part
of the police and jail olllcials were
marched up to "go solid," tho re
mainder following siiiL later in the
Voles were recorded ait Iho rate of
200 an hour till 1 1 o'clock when faster
work was accomplished, at 1 1 :30
the number recorded being 750. Of
these it was generally thought that
ftOO were for the National ticket am!
250 for the Independent. The head
quarters of tho National party wero
in tho new building at the back of
the Music Hull, and of the Indepen
dents at the corner of Merchant nnd
Iliclmu! Streets. At each place was
an unlimited supply of poi, meat and
coffee lint no liquor was openly sup
plied by cither. All tho natives ap
peared excited and interested in tho
day's proceedings, hands proclaimed
tho approach of voturs and towards
noon tho Independent party's sup
porters rolled up in stronger num
bers. Addresses from enthusiastic
supporlora were heard everywhere,
badinage was plentiful, and, lo nu
outsider, rxcrylhing appealed to be
fairly and squarely ndt"-lcd. There
wcio u few dislurliaiuT'i, but only of
a trivinl nature. There were rumors
or unfair play on both sides, nnd of
splits in the tickets, but tlioy wcro
unsubstantiated by direct proof.
Very few foreigners had voted in
tho morning but they began to roll
up towards noon time.
The Independent side then hrttl ti
spurt till about two o'clock, when
the Nationals rolled up their men.
At 1 :i!0 v. St., 1,150 voles were re
corded ; nt 2:30, 1370, and, at!)
o'clock, 1,471, the side under Mr. J.
R. Brown having registered 100
more than their friendly antagonists
The National party wero working as
indofiitigably as ever, or even more
so, while some of the Independents
appeared to "cave in," exception
must be made to Albert Kunuiakca
who slaved ail day. About two
o'clock about 200 National sup
porters, headed by a drum, paraded
round the statute of Knmahcmaha,
and, tit the same time, n squad of
about 2o soldiers was marched into
the grounds, drawn up in" irregular
line, and some of tliimi leccivcd,
from the olllcer in charge, their tax
papers and ballot tickets. When
any person attempted to speak, on
behalf of the Independents, his voice
was drowned by the shouts of the
mob close around the door. Women
and children wcro gathered in knots
on the grass, and all seemed in good
humor. The National speakers ad
vocated their cause by promises of a
continuance of the liquor law, yet
every man seemed to have determined
upon his ticket before Ids arrival,
and no changing of ballots was seen
inside the building. The foreigners,
who hail scared" been represented
in the morning, came in large iium
beis after two o'clock.
The stream continued uninter
ruptedly till shortly after four when
there was a perceptible lull. At a
quarter lo four the number of votes
registered was 1,7-19, and at -1:10 r.
jr. 1,805. The arrival of the C. R.
Bishop brought a fresh relay for the
Independent ticket and foreigners
came forward. At live o'clock pre
cisely the ballot boxes were closed,
and the ofllcials commenced their
arduous duties of counting up.
The whole sight was one which can
probably be seen in no oilier part of
the world and there was not a single
person, that wc saw, under the in
fluence of liquor. "Wo are indebted
to Marshal Parke and other officers
of the police force, and to Judge
Bickerton and the other gentlemen
conducting the elections for their
courtesy and attention: Judge
Bickerton declared the lesult of the
election soon after 7 o'clock; tiie re
sults from the outer districts bcinjj
handed to us by Marshal Patkc:
(N. ) lcpivseuta tho National Tic
ket and (I.) the I ndep'-iidenl Ticket.
IP -n. J.d.ii Lot Kiiulukou USD
Bo:-..! in-, Kem Ilia
.1 ne. T. llnkn 1 IIS
Hon. 1-:. K. Llliltnlani 1112
.1.0. Cuter Si!9
A.TC Kimuhikwi (I) SOI
.lo'. U. Kawainui 800
A. P. Kalaukoa 70'.i
Hon. Frank Pallia . 1
Total So. ol voles polio 1 101'J
I). W. Pun
.1. Akina .
S. II. Knhukula
It. Maknhnlupa ..
.1. II. Baieiiabi
T. X. Pmioliiiu
II IC nihil
r.WA & WATAX.U!,
Hon. F. lit own
J. P. Kama
S. Knauaaiia (X)
S. Kiionua (X)
.1. X. KaliilKuwiUin (i; '"
Cecil Brown 100
.1. M. Kaii'ihiliiimi 01
Hon. J. Raltih
J. I.. Nalll (I) ,
Asi Kaulia 22S
J. IC. KnolikolO SO
O. Haieimlu 11
H. .M. ICaaukal (N) 10
(J. B. Kahmukiiao
!,.iiAix. Hon. L. Aholo, P. ICiniaio
pill, KiaKahiiolelua(X)i lion. J. W.
KAANAi'.u.i Hon. J. A. Kaukiui, John
BichaiiLou, J. K . Ntihuku (N;.
wah.um: Hon. Ut-o. B. Bichaid-on.
Hon. .1. Kakookoo, .M. Ki-plolm, W. B.
Kcanu, W. S.Mnulo(N): T. B.Cum
mint!?. W. O. Smith. L. W. P. Knnua
111, J. Haolc, W, ICMak-akoa (I),
mak vvao Hon. " KiUH'ilieli', C. IT
I nl. (X); .1. K.d. 'iMl(lJ.
u:n .. W. I', ci ' K. II -n i.
K i. ii .n. i. I' H i-teril
Mini km Si i.vjcai-IIoii. .' K. Knpilien,
11(11...). tVtkt.uk.l, K .Ililll'H, I). Lo
kiuia, A. i'. Pukl, fl. K. Iv-.iwc.ln, W.
A. ICikiuiMnii (N); J. W. il. Pnrihci,
S. Pntilo, I). Rnltuinknlnnl, 51. Lime
( ' HAWAII.
iin.0 1). B. Wnhlnp, I. IT. llltoheoek,
T. AUlnii (N)i Hon. J. Xnwahl, 12. P.
iiamakua lion. J. K. KuimamatiD, .).
Welewcle, Olmn. Williams (X); V. A.
5llo, P. Ivmc'liunlilwi(l).
Koir.a. William White, O. P. Knmnu.
olia, J. Kekipi. J. W. Moiuwuli, D. S.
llooknno, Z. Knlul (S); 7. Kanealai,
G. I5i own 1 1). ,
uuiiTii kona 1. (i. ItoaplH, J. W. ICo.
llikoa, J. l'nlnpnlu (X)i Hon. 0. W.
fOCTit kona Hon. D. 11. Salilnu, C. W.
P. KieO(X): S. K.too(l).
icau J. X. Iviipahu (X)i Hou. J. Knit.
l'UKA K. Kekon, J. W. Kuniihoi (X);
Hon. J, 51. ICnuwiki, Bcv. .1. X. K.itnn.
I.II1U1S& koi.kA T. KnUcoae (N)j S. B.
w.v!.n:. .. niiiiav lion. J. Kutiat (X);
W. K. Bowell (1)
ir.Ai.ia Hon. u. D Paloluui (X): 1).
W. 11. Kaupona, J. 11. Kahilina, J. II.
AXUHSBQIBL, to tnko charge or a
liiiby. Befcxeaces reuuirctl. Ap
A N Adjourned Meeting of C. Uiowcr
jl . & Co., will be hohf at their olllee,
on Queen stieel, on TI1UBSDAY Feb.
7, 1831, at 10 o'clock a.m.
(sisjiinl) .1. O. CABTBIl,
OTO It Secictary.
i . ATTOKNKY AT LAW
and Sjllcilnr in Cbaiu erv,
Olllee over Ledcrer's O. P. M. Bazaar,
S. W. eornei Merch.uit and Fort lieets(,
cniranec on Meiehant stiect. Honolulu,
Oceanic Steamship Gomp'y.
fejrc; TtlC MACXIFICEXT
r$sfetES.-iiew anil Elegant Steamship;
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will have Honolulu and San
Fraud -'o on the
1st and 15tli of Eacli Month.
P.vhSUMir.ny may ha-.c their names
booked in advance by applying at the
olllee of the agents.
Pasaengei-5 by llits line aic hcicby no
tified Unit they will be allowed 2W lb
of Vaggajie free by tho Overland Bail
way, uicn traveling East.
Excursion Hckots for Round Trip, $125,
i;ood to return by any of the Company'n
Mcamcr within nineiy days.
ilvncuAsnioK intended for fhlpmunt
by this line will be received free of
charge in the Company's Xcw Ware
Iiotiio and receipts iue.l fur same.
lNStniANcn on incrciiaimise, wini.si in
the warehouse, will be at owner's risk.
"Wi:. O. InwiN & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
The A 1 American Baik
J. P. Crosslcy. .Uiislci.
Will Ieae lor the above Port on or ill oui
Feb, .llli, lA'U. For Freight and P.i-a!e
li.iln; (I. " .'.ceomoilatioiih, apply to
Oasti.i: & Cooi:, Agent-.
Bteam Navigation Company's
tiAir., - Coinmnndcr,
Will i. in rgi:lai"ly b r Bona and ICau
L.WAV13H Honolulu AT 4 I'.JI. ON
Friday, Jan. 1 1 Fi iduy, Fob. 22
Tuesday, "'Jan. 1!J Tuesd'av, .Mar. .1
Kridnv, Feb. 1 Fiiday, Mar. 14
Tuesday, Feb IS Tiic."day, JIar. !2fi
xVnntvjw at Uokui.umj at 5 i'.m.
Friday, Jan. 18 Friday, Fob. 29
Tuosdav, Jan. 29 Tuesday, .Mar. II
Friday,' cb. a Fiidav, Mar. 21
Tuesday, Fob. 19
CAMisitOK, - Coinniaudor,
Loaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at f! p.m., for Xawlliwlli, Koloa, Eleele,
and Walinca, ICmid. Betuiniii!;, leaos
Kawllhvili every Satuiday evening.
Tho Jaiaos Iffakoo,
rjinr.MAN', - Comnuiuiler.
Leaves Honolulu cveiy Tliwrsilay
nl !! p.m. for Knp.ui .unl Kllauea. Be
turnlngi leave Kauai i" cry Tuctday at
lp-m,auil Ktic'iiiiK at "Waiiiae, both
Tho C. B. Bishop,
AviB, - Coiiiniundcr.
Leivos Honolulu every Tuosday
at 1 p.m. foi Ku'viiU ul. llonokaa and
Paaul.au. Bu'urnlii-. miivi- it Ilpnoliilu
ovitv Sundny moruin. .
6jdgA.3 1 o a in o l' Kin nil,
K3 lvhiK, Cj.um.mdiM,
Leaven Honolulu each Tuesday at
1 p.m., tjuchluf,' at Utlialna, Man-
laun Bay, Miilccna, Maliiiltoua, Ku.
wnllmc, Laupahoolioo and llilo.
thttuinllii.'. . .'i 1 1 touch nt till tllb
nlovc jort, urrlvlnjj at Honolulu
each Sutuitiay uticinoon.
Tlin lABThAimOl .'
will run legulurly
TO WWU1XX BVKBY MONDAY,
Humming on ThuiMlay, wcathor
Fur freight or juumgc appl- U tho
UliUiln an Uoaiii, or to
V"TS f IF
Elegant Assortment of Mew Goods
Scleete.l l.y Jii. o'f in I'.ul L'.adoii, .iiul Xi'H' York,
Ire if Open and Ready for Inspection
Xeici ' olore intiulucel hue,
C3y .JUST SDH
Elegant Paris Made French Kid Gaiters,
Do l.o' fail to see the
New Blyles suil Colors in LiuIicV and Misses' Silk,
.Lisle, ami Balbriggnii Hose.
XEW STYLES OF LADIES' PUBSKS. in IVuc.k, Blue, Old Cold, ami
Maroon Pluh, :r., !ce., &c.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Gent's iE!egant Dressing Cases,
IITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
Itj i not in -i..s-iy for incto enumerate the miuy new ci o1 i;o.v
fntroduecd bynioliete, but the
Ladies arc invited to call aud judge for themselves,
Honolulu, Nov. a20.18S8. S15
icdv (I Go's
EX ST3IK. "3IAHIPOSA," JAN. 22, 1S84.
J-'aeUs of Fine I ni-fje llcmbolilt Potatoc., the lest in the Market; will keep a
lonp; lime, jut the aiticle for finally conmmpliui.
Bjxcj of California Fresh Applei aud I'etr.,
Frosh Jatern Oyt-tcrs, in shells and tins, Cases o: Canned Salmon,
Ca-es of Canned and Biicil Fiuiis, ' ' ''
Casks of Fine llama tnd Uncon,
Casks of Fiu! Smoked .Mutton, Biles of l 1 10 Alfalfa liny, etc.,
Caes of Ea.tein and California Canncil Goo Is,
Baisins In Liycre Whole Boxes.
Kjisins in Laycre Half Boxes. " ... ''
Itaisi'iis in Liyere Quarter Boxes.
Almonds, Walnuts, Brazil Nuts,
13T Which wc will (uaiauteo to sell lower than any other house in the
'ooodh uni.ivciiKP rnKiioi' ciiAnnt:. iRr.Aifi) onunus i'illeu wnn nisi'ATon.
KEXXJiJDY & Co.
Popular Grocery, Provision and Produce Store, 07 & G9 Hotel street.
Telephone 240; CIS P. 0. Box 297.
Wit'i Patent Inside Bollwork and Hinge Cap.
A liUi-jve Assoi'timui of lhe.se justly Celebrated Safes
i Jiii-1 Arrived.
Over 500 in daily use
. Safes Sold for Cash,
For Pi ice, Piivuliu-, etc, apply to
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINES.
ThNWelLluo-Aii Jlacliino is now used at the lloynl I'ulncr, Hawaiian Hotel,
Miinlc Hall, ami a huiiiIkv of piivalo rcsideneea, giviiiK entire nitisfitetlon cveiy.
ItiHtliemti.Hrcbnomio.il Machino in me, o.nily managed and automatic in Its
1 can fee ilsli fiom a 20 Light to a 1033 Light Machine, smaller sixs constantly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
Pot Circulars, Calatoijiics Prices, otc, apply to
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
Mil il I. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
fli it, Cord.
Apply m tho l)hce of the
tfiHaier Nnuonn mi I (lueen urootfi
uinong which will be found
i' onrl Mliilrhinii'u I)nntu mul CMinou
I) JJUUIU (illll IJ11UUD.
on the Hawaiian Islands.
or on the Installment Plan.
HtiltGEll, Geneva Agent,
V YOUB IIOBSK IS SICK or LAMB,
i or auv way out of order, call on A
T. IIAKKB, at Capt. J. (J. Cluney'H uta
bier- corner of (iueen ii I'uuchbowl his.
tir llreiikin linr- to H.iddlu or car
lingea fcpeelalty. ISO ly
Vjtr HONOLULU IKON WoniCS,
iBteam ongiac, migur mill.,boll-
ers, cooIimb; iron, lines and Icadicnst
inu , iiiaehinerv of cveiy dercrlptiou
made to order, l'ailloular aitcntlou paid
tpship's blauk.fcniithiug. .Ioh work o.c
rjitud nt nJuirt, eUcg, 1
tTTyr i amr