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Mnr!pOj.a. . . .Liiu-s ir.nliil.i, Pub. I5ili
Aliiliifili.. .I.fnven Honolulu. Aim. M
ll)U AUCKLAND AMI fiWMJKY:
Oily or Sydney nM Kali, ''(illi
I Oil BAN 1'IIANCIOCO.
AiiMmlin q ivi,. 17,1,
Diamond Head. J-Vb. H, 0:IS0 n.m
Lijdil N. K. wind.
Sulir Waiinnht off port
Sulir Jennie from Xnwiliwili
Sdir Liliolilio from Kihuica
Sulir rniuliu from Waianae
, ,. DEPARTURES.
Sclir JIalolo for Jlilo
Sulir Mary Alice for Molokai
Sclir 3'olioilci for Puna
Sclir Knnikeaoiili for Kohala
Sulir Rainbow for Koolau
Ship Aberystwith Castle for P'nd Or
Stmr C K liisliop for Uamakua
VESSELS IN PORT.
II I.lt.M'sllasboynlk, Illltebr.iudt
Ilk Spartan, Crossloy
Jlk Iolniil, Gnnis
Ilk Kale, Kotlilus
Ship Aberystwilli Castle, Harris
Ilk Kalakaua, Miller
Ilk Hull Isle, Watt
Ilk Ceylon, Il.irtow
Klg Name Kiom Due
S. S. Jlaripo-a, San Francisco. Feb. S
S. S. City of Sydney, Australia, Feb. '.'0
S. S. Australia, San FrancNco, Feb. 17
Ger. Ilk. Splca, B rem em Due
llrit. Ilk. liirmnn, Glasgow, April 5
Am. Tern D. S. Williams, Humboldt,
Am 15k. F. S. Thompson, ICahului, Duo
Brit. Bk. Chin Grant. Liverpool, April
Am. Bk Abbie Carver, New York Ap.23
Am. Sclir. Anna, San i'r.tn., Fob
Am. Bk. Caibarlen, San Fran., Feb
The Kitsap will finish discharging to
day and sail lomoirow.
The Bell Isle finished discharging yes
teidny. She will occupy thiee or four
days in taking in ballast, repainting and
making ready for tea.
Sclir I.ilioliho brn. 1500 bg? sugar
Sclir Jennie bro. load of lliewond
LOCAL & GEHERAL HEWS.
Tin: Mariposa is due to-daj.
Ki:ad Kennedy & Co.'s new adv.
Tin: Eclipse Boat Club is in want
Tin: Stock and Bond Exchange
held no session this week.
Crispini's concert has been post
poned till to-inorrow evening.
His Excellency Governor Dominis
is expected to return to Honolulu to
day by the Kinau.
Oxi.v one man attempted to vote
twico on "Wednesday and lie was
The Annual Meeting of the Athle
tic Association lias been postponed
till Thursday next.
Tin: advantages of trained Nurses,
Hot Water as a medical remedy, and
Savage Sarah Bernhardt are articles
on the fourth page.
Mn. Kahulimokii was the last voter
at the Honolulu elections and he
gave his vote solid for the Govern
What a difference was noticeable
between tho Government House of
yestorday, both internally and ex
ternally, and the Government House
of the day before.
O.vi: ballot only was rejected at
the election, because, on opening the
envelope, Judge Bickcrton found
that not one but about twenty tickets
Ax underwriter's sale of tin plates
and buckets, slightly damaged, ex
Aberystwitli, will be held at 10
o'clock this morning by Mr. K. I'.
Kalakaua champagne, Belfast gin
ger ale, wines, spirits, champagne
cider, stout, ale and porter of tho
best brands have just been received
ly Ilaekfeld & Co.
All persons indebted to the estate
of II. G. Crabbe and Hobert Von
Oelhapheu are requested to make
immediate payment to Mr. S. J.
Levey or Mr. Samuel Nott.
Hon. John Lot Kaidukoii, senior
representative for Honolulu, enter
tained a number of fiiends and
voters, at his residence on lleretunia
Street, on Wednesday evening.
Not a single case of drunkenneas
or disturbance on Wednesday that
called for the interference of tho po
lice who say that tho town was as
quiet us on a Sunday.
'I'm: Russian olliccrs, who visited
the fleet ions on Wednesday .expressed
their sin prise tit the quiei and orderly
conduct of affairs, and the idea tif
the people having ., voice in the
tfovornment of the Kingdom.
Tm: Bethel is getting a bad name.
Two whips were stolen on Wednes
day night, from carriages that wore
standing In front of the building, and
yesterday a whip was stolen from
Mu. Ci:cil Bitows- will be pleased
to learn, on his return to town, that
he is an "agent to take acknowledge
ments, at least ho hays the artist
who is decorating .Mr. Brown's win
dow. Buy a dictionary.
O.v the arrival of the O S. S. Go's
Hloamers, in future, Mr." Geo. Lucas
steam whistle will give three blasts
when the steamer is off Coco Head,
and three more, for public conven
ience, when she passes the lighthouse
A German sailor, " under the in
fluence;" proved too much yesterday
for the efforts of two native police
men to "run him in." There was
a glorious, though brief, disturbance,
for Captain Mehrtens was at hand
and the German succumbed.
At the annual meeting of C. Bre
wer & Co. held yesterday the follow
ing olliccrs wcie elected; 1 C.
Jones, President and Manager; J.
O. Caiter, Secielary and Treasurer ;
II. May, Auditor; Hon. C. R. Bis
hop and II. Watei house, Diiectors.
Out of the 1012 votes recorded on
Wednesday, the olliccrs under Mr.
J. II. Brown registered 1,0-17, those
under Mr. Hassinger only scoring
89f, a victory of 152 for Mr. Brown's
party. The speed with which Mr.
J. II. Smith performed his work was
very favorably commented upon.
In the Police Court yesterday,
Win. Phillips, forfeited his bail of
SO, on a charge of drunkenness on
5th Inst ; Knuiho, assault and bat
tery, on Mary Kuihalani on 5th Inst,
pleaded guilty and was sentenced to
12 days hard labor; Kahoowalia,
assault and battery on 4th Inst, nol.
In consequence of the high prices
usked by the holders of leases of
property, on Queen and Alakca
Streets, to relinquish their terms,
Colonel Spreckels has alleied his lo
cation for Hie new bank. It is now
proposed to erect it next to Messrs.
Wilder & Go's., with W. G. Irwin &
Co's. olllce and store adjoining.
In driving tho piles for tin? foun
dation of Wilder's new wharf, the
mo rage fall of the piles at each blow
of the hammer is about -1 inches; at
times it would lower (I or 7 inches,
and, on two occasions, when the pile
hud reached softer ground or had
entered a cavity in tho coral, it fell
so low that it had to be drawn out
and ledriven in another place.
In tho Civil blanch of the Police
Court, the following business was
transacted yesteulay. Ah Ling y.
Quo Wang, assumpsit for $200,
judgment for plaintiff in full amount
and costs S17.55, J. M. Davidson
for plaintiff, J. Russell for defen
dant ; appeal noted to the Interme
diary Court; J. K. Wi-.c1n.1n v. L.
S. P. Goulett, assumpsit for StUiO,
settled out of Court ; two cases were
Tiir.111: have been a few stories cir
culated about Colonel Spreckels and
the elections. Ono is that he spent
a large sum of money in the interests
of the National ticket, wheieas he
did not spend a cent. The most
amusing oi all is that ho gave a boy
$5 to go and vote tho National tic
ket, tho boy, who had already voted,
pocketing tho coin. Tho hoy, who
could thus get ahead of tho Colonel,
ought to bo exhibited. He was pro
bably not born in this climate.
Judge Bickcrton gave tho follow
ing decision yesterday in the case
against James Dodd, for assault, by
lashing a man with n whip:
It appears from the evidence that
defendant had done what the law re
quires him to do when a disturbance
lakes place on his premises, lie had
ordered the man Jake (who was
drunk and creating a disturbance)
to leave hiu picmises; this ho did
several times, and eventually had to
put him off, not using any undue
force in so doing; but, Juko per
sisting in returning, he sent for a
police olliccr, and could not Undone,
the olliccr on that .station beinir
taken off on other duty. Tho man
Jake continued to create a disturb
ance in the street, in front of Dodd's
premises, using ory obscene and
profane language. Dodd seems to
have done everything he could to
make him go away, and eventually
took a whip to drive him off. Jake
advanced on defendant with some
thing in lils hand that lie had picked
up in the street," in a threatening
manner. Defendant slashed about
with the whip and probably hit the -man
with it, tho Court, having ex
amined his body next morning found
two small marks, evidently made by
a whip Iasli. Several witnesses saw
tlic affair from a distance, and, from
the actions of Dodd could easily be
lieve that he was giving Jake a severe
whip-lashing. The man himself
says he lias nothing to say against
defendant, but that the injuries lie
received were from the man at the
stables, before Dodd appeared on
the scene and drove him off the
premises. From all the evidence,
which has been very voluminous, I
cannot find the defendant guilty as
charged, and he is therefore dis
charged. EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play in Emma
Square, this evening at 7:30.
Tho following is the programme :
March Kalnkaun Uerger
Finale IJcli-niio Doni;elti
Ovi 1 tare T.mcrldi itos-diii
Fantasia Echoes of the Xight..Hivicro
Selection Pir.iun of Penzeuco. Sullivan
Vall7 .My Queen Coote
Corntt Solo Premier Neuniaa
1). K. Xaoxi: Assn't Band Master
(N.) represents the National Tic
ket and (I.) the Independent Ticket.
Hon. John Loi Kaiiliikou (X) .
Hon. J iracs Kcau (N)
J mi. T.Baker (N).
lion. K. K. Lllikuldiii (X)
A. K. Kunui.iUea CI)
Joh. U. Kawainui (I)
A. P. Kalaukoa (I)
Hon. Frank Pallia (N)
First four electei.
Total Mo. ot vo e- poile 1..
Eli'A & WAIAXAK.
Hop. F. Ilio.v ( ) (E.ioti- ).
J. P. Kama (N)
Jes-eAmara (X; (Elected) 07
S Ki opua (X; 58
J N. K i.iikiiw.ihml; .11
Mahoe (I) s
Cecil Biov.n (') (E i-cti-il) 100
J M. Kuu.thikiiii (X) 01
II'jii. J. K!imhi(.Nj ui
KOOLAU 1'0 1:0.
Asa Kaiilia (X) (Kleeted)
.1. K. KaoliUo(I)
G. Pnrenibii (X)
S. 31. Kanikai (S)
A correspondent desires a rule for
calculating the weight of cattle by
measurement. Xo rule will lead to
anything mine than an approximation
to the actual weight. Every stock
raiser should have his own scalis.
The following is as good 111 ulcus
any for estimating the weight of
animals by measure: Multiply the
giilli in inches, taken immediately
behind the shoulder-blade, lry the
length in inches fiom the square of
the buttock to the point of the
shoulder-blade, and divide the pro
duct by I'M, which gives the number
of supoificial ieel. If the animal has
a girth of y to 5 feet, multiply the
number of supeillcial feet by Ki and
you will have its approximate weight.
If the girth is 5 to 7 feet, multiply
by 28, and if 7 to 1) feet, multiply
by 31. If lcos than 3 feet giitli, as
in the cases of sma.l calves, hogs,
sheep, etc., multiply by 11. Allow
ance must be made ' for the build of
the animal, conditions of fattening,
etc. The above rule is for grasafed
cattle, it being estimated that in the
cases of grass-fatted oheep, calves
and kino, steers, each superficial foot,
when the girth i .') feet or under,
lepiesents a weight of 11 pounds;
when 8 to 5 feet, 10 pounds; when
5 to 7 feet. 23 pounds and when 7 to
!) feet, 31 pounds. Thus an ox meas
uring 8 feet giith and Ih feet in
length should weight about 8x7Ax3l
pounds, or say 18U0 pounds. Under
this mle it is customary to deduct
one-twentieth of the whole for hnlf
fatted cattle ; from 15 to 20 pounds
on a cow having had calves and if
not fat an equal amount. San Lute
Obi po Jiepublic.
"At all gatherings in the city the
most startling thing to one (if the
masculine gender," said a visitor to
St, Louis, "is tlio appearance of the
nether lips of the belles of .St. Louis.
On four out of five the indentations
of their teeth are perceptible, having
callous spots not unlike those on the
hands of those engaged in manual
labor, and detracting materially from
'the beauly of the face and the llexi
bilityofthe mouth." On inquiry by
11 St. Louis reporter ai ( the reason
for this, of on.' ol the ,1011111; ladies
witli whom tlivs geiilleni 111 ivlati'iu
the incident was well acquainted,
was learned that ladies bit tlair lips
for the pui pose of causing the crimson
blood to rush forward as soon us the
pressure of the teeth was removed,
thereby giving the roseate hue of
their brunette sisters of southern
climes. Soon it becomes a pot ma
nent habit and leaves imsiirhflv in
dentations, surrounded by u i'im of
callous llesh, and marring their ap
pearance. Intakiigu tiip on the
Olive-street line it was observed that
out of eleven lady passengers seven
weie biting their lips, and all had the
unsightly spots icferred to. If the
process is continued for any length of
lime the blood refuses io How n
desired, leaving tho lips as colorless
us the pallid cheek of a pcncil-eatinu
schoolgirl. Vhkmjo Times.
Jfolice in Bankruptcy.
T7B the U iilerolL'iic.l .Vs-ie;uee in
t the etalo ol Hointiri fi C!r,,1i1i,.
and Hobeii Von Colhaphcn of 11 uiolulu,
hereby notify all persons indebted In
eitherof slid csti les, to make inuneJi.
ate payment to the Underpinned.
S.J I, VEV,
Honolulu, Feb. 8, 18rfl. yi lw
SIX SPA Its, Miil.Uilc for bridging or
lolling pui iio-.es, 0r1.l1Ipss.p1rs.
"ICJm BYA X'S BOAT HOUSi:.
AXUHSE GIRL, to take char-c of a
baby. Befcrcncr lequiie 1. Ap
ply to If KNXRnv X; r.
!.m ). .. - . ' 1
ItJ . A'lTOKXBY AT LAW
and S illeitor in Chancery,
(Ml e .er Lidcri. s O. P. M. Bazaar,
.. XV ciraei-iluieh nit and i-Vn -ueel,
enniic-on Ali'i chant stuet. II nolulti,
ILL (J..0 Jim b
Oceanic Steamship Coinp'y.
&$& THE MAGXIFICEXT
afe&vJSS&ncw and Elegant Steamship,
MABIP0SA & ALAMEDA,
Will Lave lb nolulu and S 111
I'Viiieisi o on the
1st and 15th of Each Month.
I'AS&i.Nur.as may li.ae their
booked in advance by aiiplyn ;
oiuee 01 uie asrenis.
Passengers by this line .tie herebv no
tilled that they v.ill be allowed a fib lbs
of baggage fieo by the Ovi-ilund Hall
way, when traveling i;.t-,t.
Excursion rieko'.s lor Round Trtp, $125,
good to itturn I y any ot the Coinp.un's
'tiMiner-. 1 ill tn nine y d iya.
ilr.aciiANi.iBi; intended for shipment
by ihi line ull be neeived fi"e ol
charge in the C nipiiiiy'- Mi- "Ware
house and lcrcipu i-aiie'. for same.
IxsuiiAhCi: on nieu-liandLe, hil-d in
the warehouse, will be at owner's risk.
Wii. O. Iuwin A. Co.,
Agent.-, O. ii. S. Co.
The A 1 American Bark
J. P Ciossley. . . Master.
AVdl 1 avr Inr tin- above Tot on or about
Feb IS1I1, Ubl. LVi IViglit and Parage
luitu lliie in rumoil.itifiii-, hj ply to
O.vstm: S. Cook. aWi u
Steam Navigation Company's
JL.'K VF NTJHASSK32M.
11 M'-s, - . (.oniuiunder,
Will ma iiguliily lur Komi 11,1.1 Kan :
L.HAV1M lJO.N-Ol.tJI.ll AT 4 P.M. ON
K b. i:
Prid.iy, Fob. 2J
Tueaday, Mar. 4
Fiidiiy, .M.11. 1 i
Tuesday, 3Iur. 25
I iic. lay,
Akiuves at Honolulu at 5 i.st.
i'n ..!,, Jan. 10
Tuu-iiuy, Jan. '.'!!
Fiuliiy, i-eb. 8
Tuesday, l-'oo. 10
camkuun, - C011111. under,
Leaves Honolulu every Tuosday
at 6 p.m., for Mawiliwili, Koloj, Eleele,
ami W.iimea, Kauai. Ueiiiriiiag, leaiei
h'nwillvili eiury baiuiJ..y e tiling.
The James Makeo,
KIIIIKVAN. - - C'oir.niandei.
Leaves Hoiioltihi every Thursday
at :t j). 111. loi Kajiau und Kllaue.i. He
tiiiniug, le.'ivet- ICiiiiai uvtiy'riii'Mluy nt
1 p in , and Kuo.injjat v ulnae, umli
The o. B. iialiop,
P.WIB, . . . CulllIUltilier.
Loaves Honolulu cvary Tuesday
t I p.m. for lutUur.nl , Ilonokaa aid
P.miih 111. ItoHiinin.' arrives nt Honolulu
orn Sunday morning.
jje5g&s32t King, C niimander,
Leaves Honolulu eaeh Tiieiday at
I p.m., tDiiching nt Lulmiim, .Matt
laea Hay, Makuiia, Maluikonu, Ku
wiiihae, l.iiiiimlinuhooaiid Hilo.
HeturiiiiiK, -ll toueh at all this
nl u'. porth, arriving at Honolulu
eiK l ha in u. i.ii' 11 1 11.
Till. FA.li i Ml INO
will inn legalarly
1 VIAI.l IJ-'EUV .MOXI1AY.
Itiuuiiu,, " .1 Tn . i.iiy, wcatUoi
Fm troiglu 111 n.rugu apply to tho
Captain on board, or to
181 A. F.Coukk, Agent.
' ! ,
II 1 ilL LiwBfLwB
J&iegant Assortment of Mew Goods
-1 loetcd I y ni 0 t in !,. , , I, , , 1 t , 1 x,.u- Vo-k.
iSoicrbc.ie iut oln d b, c, .. u,, .,i1I(j, v lM . fo ,,,
Entirely Xcw Patterns in
tir JUST -sEE MV -ia
Elegant .Paris Made French Kid -Gaiters,
Ho i.o lail t M-e the
New Stylos ami Colors in Lndie and Misses' Silk
L.isle, and Ballrirgan iro.st. '
sro "''" OF ,'A'!!;:,:,,'KsR,i.,v:";i u oi" m-
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Cent's Elegant Dressing Cases.
Oi fff FtoF) OJSn;r.TlSHn nr--n,
i-t. run ur8nEoeiMd rnbSeiNId
t. ir not neepsary for me U. enmuerale the nunv new l-oo Is 1 o
introduced by me line, bin the
Ladies are inyited to call
II"iiolulu,-Xov. L'2, ISSil
To sirrive Iy Steasmjr ' lilariposa "
riesb Haltlmo-e Oy-ieic iu Tins, (ninu-iliinit fine)
x- n auinore i uis in ,!,(.!,,
F csh C .lum'iii River Silmon,
A Dainty Fr.sh Celery, (just Ike ih n,-,)
T1IK vUUVJJ AI,I, OX IOE
Fresh California Afplea in Hoses,
Ficsh Caiifornia Pears,
Another loi of those Fine Hi.mboldt Potatoes. .. t
Call fiarhf and leave iour orders at ' ' '
Kennedy & Co.,
Pop l.rGiooery, Provision an! Pro luco S ore, 07 & GO LJotel street
-. S,?.S,Xi:nY V C" WI" V'MU tJ,',S" 1'resh JO(as '-" - n to kecl,
r.mt Hliij, to any jmn of the IMamlM.
Telephone 2-10. (;q
I1GIML1 & mm SAFES
Willi Patent Inside Boilwork and Hinge Cap.
A Largo Ausorfntoitl uftlim' justly C'elohratecl Safes
Over 500 in daily use on the Hawaiian Islands.
Safes Sold for Cash, or on Hie Installment Plan.
Fot Pilot's, Oiicular, etc., apply to
010 if b
SPRING-FIELD &1S MACHINES.
1 ,' ', ' ' l( .""' ,:''i -t "' U'i'il Palur., llimaiinn Hole,
l) '' " of l' '"' re.idenees imuy entlru tuiisfiiction ovory.
ojiurJtloii! lnV"1 c:m,0'I,lQa, 3rc'hi in no, cully managed and automatic in its
iilimi ,UaIS!' fr0"' 'V S 1''"'Ul t0 ,0:)3 Aghl Munhl,,e' "'ilor si.es ooastantly
GAS FIXTUHES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
Oi vii'tu..i. ., i. io. f Prlcos, do., epply Io
C. O . BG-ER. Sole Afrn-nt.
PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co.
Garner Nuuu.i Jidfjotnu 1 . (
Ready for Iiispciion
i.J.S.0, illltl ( 'ipj-iHIl
, M Cliilflii's Boots and Sloes.
and judge for themselves,
r 1 t a i
)sj)iiiie(iii 01 iw boos
1 , e ,, ,Mii
. ' "ox :u7.
C. O. IIISKCEIS, (General AgeJit,
1 C3 -J
F YOUIl IIOHSi: IS SICK or LAMII,
i or any way out of order, call 011 A
I' ilAKIJll, ui Ci,.l. J.O. Cluney's bta-Mi-"
corn r ol tjueeii it I'linuhliowl tils.
,j' IlieiUlu 1 hoiej to stiddlu or car
i.iKis a hpuolaliy. 20 ly
'gfl HONOLULU iRok WORKS,
n -iu .1111 1 iiirinur.xit'ar tnillt. boil.
ni-.; iniii, I lui-h and lead enH-
'ni.' , m. 1 lui, en ol uveij de.oription
11..1 u- lo oiit.-i. Pmiieiilurattenuoii paid
tu :ini)'. U41.U biiiiihing. Job -work exo.
cuted at uliort notice. 1