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OCEANIC S. S. CO.
roll sN riiANrisro.
Mniipo-'.i....Le:iviMll.-uoJtihi, Fob. 15lh
Aluluedn.... Leaves Honolulu, Mar. HI.
lfOU AVCKI.ANH AND SVH.NTA":
Oily of Sydney On FoKSOUi
ron san niANcisco.
Auli-nlln On Foli. 17ih
Diamond Head, Feb. II, (!;:!0 a.m
Light N. K. wind.
.Stmr Mariposa from 5. V
Stmr Kinau from windward ports
Stmr Planter from windward ports
KclirWainialii from Nawiliwili
Slmr Loluia from Itinlokui & Maui
Helir Kliukai from "Waialua
.Stmr .las Makcc from Kauai
Stmr Kilauca Hon from Kaluilni
Slmr C It Bishop for llamakua
VESSELS LEAVINC THIS DAY,
Ilk Kalakaua for S. F.
Uktnc Kilsup for Port Townscnd
Sliip Abcrystwitli Castle for P'nd Or
From San Francisco, per Mari
posa, Feb. 8 II Merger, K S Cunha,
Capt J C Ainsworth and wife, Miss
Laura Ainsworth, Miss Dasic Ains
worth, Miss Mollic Andrews', 1J II
Hind, J Fndrcs. C K Kcinfostcr, al
P Jones and wife, Miss Uruee Jones,
Miss Mary C Jorboe, "V 15 Ellis, C
Mangels, Mrs Paul Neumann, -1
childicn and nurse, C II Lehmann,
Mrs J P Coote, 4 children and nurse
Rev A Simpers, Dr J 11 Stallard, J
P Snyder, Miss Susie Hall, Maj A S
Bender, J M Folger, S B Slight, J J
Cairns, I B Jameson, Ralfmcrry, L
Bisagns, Lcopala Klau, Mrs M
Louisson and 3 children. J M Butler
and 1G Steerage.
From windward ports, per Kinau,
Feb 8th Gov J O Doininis. Hon V
O Smith. Hon J W Kalua, E G
Hitchcock, M Tnnbcls, S L Conn, S
L Austin. AVR Seal. J B Gibson,
Mrs. J II Sopor, AV Soper, J N
Wright, Dr Landan, G McLcod, W
E Smith, Mrs Seriminger, nurse &
From windward ports per Planter,
Feb. 8 F Bagot, J A Buck, Kcv.
Father Bouchard, J Temper, J Jones
Miss Paris, E Cowlcs, E F lJeckwith
L Woodward, lion G W Pilipo, J
Bowler and wife, 11 deck.
For llamakua, per C It Bishop,
Feb. 8 A Basse, Tlios Campbell, &
From Maui and Molokai, per Lc
hua Feb S A C Judson, G A Raw
son, M D Monsarrat, Mr Wall, W D
Alexander, PrEitch, -12 deck
VESSELS IH PORT.
11 LTLM-'sRai-boynlk, Illltebraiidl
H. S. Maripo-w, Uapl. Howard
Ilk Spartan, Crowley
Ilk lolaui, Carris
15k Kale, Kothius
bhip Abcrystwith (.'a-.Hr, HnrrW
Ilk Kalakaua, Miller
lik Bell Isle, Watt
15k Ceylon, Har.itow
Kin :iiinu Kiom jjmc
S. S. City of Sydney, Australia, Feb. '.'(i
S. S. Au-Uvalhi, Kan FrnncUeo, Feb. 17
Ccr. lik. Splca, llreuicm Due
lirit. 15k. IJlriiian. Glasgow, April fi
Am. Tern I). S. William?, Iluniboldt,
Am. I5k. F. S. Thompson, Kaliului, Due
15rlt. 15k. Clan Grant, Liveipool, April
Am. 15k Abbie Carver, Now York Ap.25
Am. Sclir. Anna, San Fr.m., Feb
Am. Ilk. Calbarlcn, San Fran., Feb
Tim 3.3. Mariposa, anived yolcnluy,
C days 21 hours, and 20 m. fium Sim
Francisco. She left San Francisco Feb.
1st, at a p.m. Ibid niodciale winds and
fine weather the entire passage She
brings 9.10 tons cargo.
Sclir. Wulmalu brought 25 cords of
The Kulnkuuu sails to-day for the
The Simitan is building Iioiifcs on
dock, nnil picparlng between decks for
the accomodation of her pansoiigom.
Stmr. Phinterjbrouglit U, 107 ugs sugar,
1S5 bgs coffee, -10 hides and 20 head
Sum- Loluia bro. 1A03 bags sugar
Stmr .Ins Mnkeo brought 1821 lings of
sugar and 2150 sheep
In Honolulu, Feb. 0. 1881, the wife of
James Mattooa, aged 21 yenrt.
tgf Washington papers pleiuu copy.
Ciiiusi'iKi's concert to-night.
Gjusmiui's Theatrical Company has
Br.nor.n wields the baton again
Cunua has returned, much bene
fited by his month's holiday.
Mu. C B. Wilson accidentally
killed n very viiluablo dog last week',
when out shooting.
Mn. Gco7c7Bcckloy kindly fur
nished us with the electoral returns
received by the Kinau.
ijui' .uuumu ujnU'm-'n.'.wjeiaCTTT
Mr. J. B. Athcrloti will lead Hie
Gospel Temperance Meeting lo-nighl
- -4". -
Tm: Deacon's Week i the subject,
of st story commenced on tin1 fourlli
Fulfil oyMefR can be obtained til
Nolle' s Heaver Saloon and ul lite
Casino on .Sunday.
Giti:AT allractioim have been pre
pared for "the boys," for Thurs
day evening of next week.
l'ritsr.u Mi-Laxi: of the Mariposa
has kindly supplied us with Into
papets from the Coast.
Tin: third assessment, of $2.i0
per share, in the Mutual Telephone
Co.'s stock is now due.
Coi.osT.t. Maopaulani: liasYoeeived
from i'higland an excellent Brewster
buggy, which is pronounced :i per
Tin: Y. M. C. A. prayer meeting
will bo held to-morrow afternoon at
half-past throe. Young men are
Oil, Papa, you ought to sec the
nice picture frames they make tit
King Bros., 100 King st., and so
cheap, tool M2 Jw.
- - &-
His Excellency Governor Doininis
returned to Honolulu yesterday suf
fering from rheumatism in the right
arm and hand.
Tm: Mission Childrens Society
will hold its regular monthly meeting
at the residence of Dr. C. M. Hyde
this evening at 7 :."() o'clock.
Fki:h Douglas, one of the most
prominent colored men in the Stales,
and Marshal of the District of Co
lumbia, has married a white woman.
Mi:. CIu'.an's themes to-morrow
will be, in the morning, "Something
more than Morality," and in the
evening, " Principle vs. Emotion."
Tin: usual supply of fresh oysters,
salmon, celery, apples, pears and
Humboldt potatoes, received by the
Mariposa, can be obtained to-day
from Kennedy & Co.
YAMjAur.r. horses, harness, bug
gies, live turkeys, salmon, Manila
cigars, oats, bran and sugar are
special lines to be offered to-day by
Lyons & Levey at their regular cash
Coi.oxr.i. Sr-i!i:cKi:i.s has agreed to
pay Hon. S. G. Wilder $8,000, in
consideration of receiving all interest
in the remaining term of his lease of
the lumber yard, on Fort street,
which adjoins the premises of Wilder
,. -c .
IIah the police paid a visit to that
part of Merchant, street, opposite to
Bishop's hank, at 2 a. m. yesterday.
they would have heard some choice
epithets, challenges to light, uud
other noises calculated to disturb the
"quiet of the night."
Mu. Cr.cn. Bnowx's acknowledge
ments arc less, by a letter, than
originally intended. His ollleu win
dow was examined yesterday morn
ing with great interest. Oat says
that the extra c was inserted that
the art ist might do his work with
more ease. Oh 1 Oat !
Tin: schooner Wahnalu brought
news, yesterday morning, from
Kauai that Air. S. B. Dole had been
elected to the Legislature by a large
majority over Mr. T. Kalacone, the
National candidate; and that Mr.
W. E. Howell was ahead of lion. J
Kauai at Waimca, the former gentle
man's election being considered cer
Among the passengers, who ar
rived yesterday by the Mariposa,
were Mrs. Paul Neumann and fa
mily ; Captain Ainsworth, late of the
Oregon Transfer Co., with his wife
and daughters; Mr. M. P. Jones, of
San Francisco, and Mrs. Jones ; Mr.
C. Mangels, brother of Mrs. Sprec
kcls: Mrs. J. P. Cooke and family;
Dr. Stallard of San Francisco and
Mrs. M. Louisson and family, and
Major A. S. Bender.
Br.iuvrANiA street was the scene of
combined attractions on Thursday
afternoon. II. It. II. Princess Li
luiokalani held her regular reception,
which was well attended ; and the
Honolulu Tenuis Club produced a
larger number of Its members limp
usual, at Dr. MeKibbin's, where
young ladies and gentlemen engaged
infiieiidlv contest, and added health
and vigor to their systems. The
music of the band was appreciated
'I'm: Agricultural Society's next
show will he held at Knpiolitnl Parle .
Fof.vn. Tliu place to hnve Picture
Frame.- and Cornices made to otdcr,
til reasonable pi ices, King Bros.,
101) Kim; st., between Fort and Alu
kea. (W2 lw.
In view of the widening of Mer
chant street, Colonel Spreckcls is
proposing to erect olllccs on that
street between Fort and Alnkcu.
Negotiations are pending for the
erection of suitable premises for the
.Uhn'tisi'i; close to Judge Bicker
An excellent likeness of Liiunlilo
has just been completed by Mr. llas
scllmanii, of J. Williams & Co. It
was enlarged from an old picture,
and is said to bo the best likeness,
ever produced, of the late King.
Mr. II. Swinton of the Lunalilo
Home is the purchaser, and he has
allowed the portrait to remain on
view at. Williams' store for a few
The Band will play in Emma
Square, this afternoon at 1:30.
The following is the programme :
March Hrandenburg Lcvcngly
Overture Tnneri ill Jto-.siiii
Chiriuct Solo 1)1 vei tmciiW
Alia Corinth RosMni
Wnll. My (Jueen Coole
Quadrille Madame Angot Suppe
OUR WATER SUPPLY.
Major A. S. Bonder, who arrived
yesterday on the Mariposa, is a
hydrographie engineer who tomes to
Honolulu, under engagement with
the Government, to report upon our
water supply. The Minister of the
Interior has lately given consider
able attention to this subject ; Mr
C. B. Wilson, Superintendent of
Water Works has been carefully ex.
.induing and reporting upon the
sources of our supply, and the
Survey Department has prepared
maps, showing the levels of Hono
lulu and its surroundings. All the
data will be laid befoic Major Ben
der who will personally examine
everything and report his opinion to
the Government. He is a recognized
authority in the United States on the
subject of water supply, canals,
sewerage, breakwaters etc., and re
fused the appointment of consulting
engineer at lite Panama Canal,
which was offered him by De Lcsscps.
The Minister of the Interior thinks
that our sources from which to ob
tain a supply of water arc large
enough to amply .supply a city four
times as large as Honolulu, and he
has wisely decided to obtain the
opinion of a competent man before
proceeding with any proposed plans.
If Major Gulick can succeed in per
fecting his ideas, and giving Hono
lulu a constant supply of puro water,
he will deserve the thanks of the
whole community, and the 11101103'
expended will be, unlike some appro
priations, well spent.
(N. ) represents the National Tic
ket and (I.) the Independent Ticket.
(I)) means Doubtful.
Hon. .John l.oi Kaiili'kn 1 (X).
lion. J me Ken 11 (i)
.In.. T linker (N)
Hon. i:. K. Lilikiilu-ii (X)
.!.(). Cuter (I)
A. K. ICttUllMKlM (I)
.lo-. t". Ksiwainui (I)
A. V. KalauUoa (I)
lion. Fiunk F.ihla (N)
Flrit four elected.
Total Xo. of voles polled 1!) 12
i:w. & waianai:.
Hon. F. I!rowii (I) (Fleeted) 2:! I
J.I Kama (X) W
Jesse Amara (XJ (Fleeted) i)7
S. Knopua Qi) r'S
.1. N. Kninlkawaliti (i;
Cecil Brown (I) (Fleeted).
.1. M. ICaunliikuuii (X)
Hon.. I. Kuluhi(Xj
A"ii Kmilla (X) (Fleeted)
J. K. KaollUo(I) 80
CI. Ilnreiinlu (X)
S. M. Kaaukai (N)
. MAUL J.A1IA1NA.
Hon. .1. Y. Kaliin(I) Elected
Hon. L. Aliolo(D) Elected
Kin Naluiolelua (N)
1). ICumaloplli (N)
John Hlclmidson (I)) Elected
Hon. .LA. Kauknu (X)
.1. K. Xaiinku (Xj
L. V. P. Knnealil (I). Elected
V. O. Smith (1) Elected
lion. Cloo. E. Hieliardfton (X)
W. II. Kcniiu (X)
,M. Keuloha (X)
J- Hnolo (I)
V. S. Maulo (N)
T. II. OummingH (I)
Hon. .1. Kainnkelu (N) Elected
O. K. Kupulu (X)
II011.J. Gardner(l) Elected
.1. K. llunmni (X)
S. W. lunii (X)
MOI.OKAl K I.ANAI.
IIou.S. K. Kniilhea fX) Elected...
Hon. J. XaUaloka (X) ElecU-d
8. Paulo (I)
J. W.JLPoohcu (I)
, 20 i
Hon. ,T. Xawnhi (I) Hlecb-d f.00
1). II. Illlolienck (1) IHiclul jy.1
I). 11. Vahiiie(X)..
T. Akhui (N)
L. 1'. limn! tl)......
llmi. . I. K. Knuniimuno (ft) Elected 183
t'lm . Wllllami(X) 101
G. lb-own (I) Fleeted
O. P. Knnmiioha (X) ..... . ...
Hon. tl. W. 11111)0(1) Flcolctl...
J.O. Iloaplll (X)
Hon. 1). ll.Xahlnii (X) Elected.
C. W. I'. Kaeo(N)
Hon. .1. Kniilinne(l) Fleeted....
.1. X. Knpahu (X)
lion. .1. M. Kauwila (I) Fleeted..
K. Kekoa (X)
KAUAI. liiiior. it koi.oa.
S.D.IJole (I) 230
W. F. Howell (I) 2.10
Uoii.O.IJ. l'alolmu (X)
A BUNCH OF KEYS between the
l'ost Ofllcc and L. Scrcsovieli. A
libui nl reward on returning snmc to
L. Serccovlch, Motel street. 0:52 lit
nnilF third assessment of $2.50 per
JL share of the Capital Stock of the
Mutual Telephone Co., ih duo THIS
DAY, and payable id my olllce.
Tieasurer JIuluiil Telephone Co.
Honolulu, Feh. 1, 1SS1. 032
jS'oiico in Bimkruntcy.
WE the Undersigned As3iijncob in
the estate of Horatio G. Crnbbc
and KoheitVon Oelhuphcnof Honolulu,
hereby notify all persons indebted to
either of said estates, to make imiue.li
ntc pavnienl lo the Undersigned.
S. .J. LEV BY,
Honolulu, Fob. 8, 1SS1. 031 lw
SIX Sl'AKS, suitable for hridgiii or
rolling purpocs or'ship's spar-s.
UYAN'S BOAT HOUSE.
ANUHSFGIKL, to take charge of a
baby. Ilefereaccs requited. Ap
ply lo KENNEDY Co,
lilibot lJ-iU-1 Stieet.
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y.
now and Elegant Steamship;
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu and San
Fiunciseo on the
1st and 1 5 tli of Each Month.
FASsr.Noims may have their names
booked in aihauce by applying at the
olllce of the agento.
Passengers by this line are hereby no
tified that they will bo allowed 200 lbs
of baggage tree by the Oveihmd Ibiil
way, when traveling East.
Excursion Tickets lor Round Trip, $125,
good to 1 eturu by any of the Company's
Maimers within ninety days.
Mi:iiciiani)isi: intended for shipment
by this line will be received free of
charge in the Company's Now "Ware
house and icceipts isucil for same.
l.NsuRANCi; on merchandise, whil.st in
the win chouse, will be at owner's risk.
W.M. G. Iuwin & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
The A 1 American Bark
.1 V C n-sii v, . . MaMer.
Wilt I -r lor ihe above I'ort on oral out
Fi I). 12ih, IbHI. For Fieight and Passage
li.nliu line accomodations, apply lo
t'vs-ri.r. . Cook, Agents.
Steam Navigation Company's
uatks, - - Commander,
Will run regularly for Koua and Kail
Li:.vvi:s Honolulu at -1 p.m. on
Friday, Jan. 11
Tuesday, .Ian. '22
Friday, Feb. 1
Tuesday, Feb. 12
Friday, Fob. 2-'
Tuesday, Jlar. 4
Fiiday, Mar. 14
Tuesday, Mar. 25
Aititivi:s at Honolulu at 5 l-.xr.
Loaves Honolulu every Tuesday
nt G p.m., for Niiwlllwili, Koloa, Eleele,
and Walincn, Kauai. Ucturnlii, leaves
Nawiliwili every Snluidiiy evening.
The Jamos Makoo,
Kin. i.man, Commander.
Loaves Honolulu cvory Thursday
ill :i p.m. for Knpaa and Kilaiien. He
turning, leaves Kiuiiii every Tuenhiy at
4 p-m., and touchini; at Vnlnuc, both
The C. R. Bisliop,
Leavos Honolulu every Tuesday
al 4 ii.in. for Kukiiiliucle, Jlonokim and
Piuiulimi. Returning anives at Honolulu
every Sunday nioiiiiii(?.
&&m& ....... .....
Leaves Honolulu encb Tuesday at
4 ii.ni., touelilr.B at Lalmlna, Mua
laeii Hay, Makena, MaliuUona, Ka
wallmo, Lauimboeboo and Hllp.
ltetumliiB, will touch al all tbe
alovo jiorts, urrlvlue nt Honolulu
each Saturday afternoon.
Ian. 18 Fiiday,
Ian. 2!) Tuesday,
Feh. 8 Fiiday,
npia g n pj
My Elegant Assortment of Mew Goods
Selei led li 111 v e'l iiiP.m-, bni'lun .r.ul New Vorl;,
Are flow Open id Reafly for Inspection
jVTNI) SAXjIO, mid compriKo
Never 1 efore intro lucid hcic, aiunni? wbieh will be found
Entirely New Patterns in
Ladies', Misses', m. Gliiliree's Boots m Sliees.
car -ii'st sff my sa
Elegant .Paris Made Fi'cnch .Kid Gaiters,
Do i.o". fail to sec the
Now Styles and Colors in Ladies' and Misses' Silk,
Lisle, and Bulbriggnn Hose.
NFW STYLES OF LADIE&' l'UUSES, in Peacock, Blue, Old Gold, and
Maroon Flush, c, vtc., &e.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Cent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRSSTSV1AS PRESENTS
ltj i not ncees-sary for nic to enumerate the m my new gi.0 Is low
intioduced by me here, but the
Ladies are invited to call and judge for themselves.
Honolulu, Nov. 22, 163:5.
(eiiiiedy d Co's Bulletin of New Goods !
To arrive by Steamer " Mariposa "
Fresh Haiti moic Oysters in Tini, (foinclhitifj line)
Kich llallimore Oystei'. in shell', lingo and luscious,) . ,, ";
Fresh Columbia llivor Sibnon, . 1
A D.utily Fresh Celery, (just il.e thing,) ,
THE AHOVE ALL ON ICE j '
Krcili California Apples in Uoci,
Fiesh California Pear?,
Another lot of those Fine Humboldt Potatoes.
Call i'tn'lij (inl lettvo iouv ordevs at
Kennedy & Co-,
Popular Grocery, PioviMon and Province Store, V7 it 09 Hotel street.
tCX.::iV A V.o. will pack tliolr I'l-eslt (Violin tin Ice, o as to keep
ami Hliip to any part orihe iMlamlM.
MACNEALE & URBAI SAFES
With Patent Insido Boltworlc and Hinge Cap.
c .. 1
wMwffitikh il ill. Jill
immm lmmjj ill $N
fiiSfll cW'w 3IBS ItnH
Hi 1R ill
.i J- ;i ,j lipli
A li!ii-iv A.ssorlintMd of these justly Celebrated Sales
Over 500 in daily use
Safes Sold for Cash,
For Prices, Circular.-", etc., apply to
510 if b
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINES.
This Well-known Machine is now medal the Royal Palace, Ibowiiinn Hotel,
Music Hall, mid a mimb.-v of priwito residences, giving- entire salisfaclion every,
It U the most economical Machine lu ue, ea-ily manngfil and nutoniatic in im
I can fur.iish from a 20 Light to a 1033 Light Machine, finallcr sizes constantly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply lo
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
Mil if h HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
13 si Cord.
Apply al the Oll'.ee of the
PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co.
Corner Nuuanu anil Omii'i-ii Mrioln
P. 0. Box 297.
on the Hawaiian Islands.
or on the Installment Plan.
ISEItGEli, General Agent,
FF YOUR HORSn IS SICK or LAMK,
X or any way out of order, cull 011 A
T. llAKn'R, at Capt. .1. C. Cluney's stables-
corner of (Jueen & Punchbowl sth.
t3P"HreaUing hoes to hiuldli! or car
ibigoaipeclaliy. 420 ly
TTnwnr.m.n TnoN Wonua.
Ac!. 1...., .,.,..,,. ,.ll1o i,.n.
f7ll'lllll uiiuir, n(,M .....lo, i.w..-
ers, coolern; iron, nrtibs ami icau cubv
lugs 1 machinery of every description
made to order. Particular ulleiillon paid
to ship' Mack Hiiiltlung. Job work cxe.
ciitcd at slant notice. 1