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MONDAY, FK11. li, 181,
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
foil SAN VHAXrtM'O,
Mnilpoat IiR'tvcjtH.ii(ittilu, Foil, mill
Alniiiwli Leaves lloi.olulii, Mar. 11.
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
KOIt AUCKLAND AND SVIWUY:
Oil J' or Sydney On Vol). SOril
ron san niANciiiCo.
Australia On Fob. 17lli
Dliiinoinl II wnl, Full. 11, 0:80 n.m.
Strong N. IS. wind.
Nolliing in sight.
Sclir Jennie Walker from Kaniiing Is
Sclir Cnlcrina from Hanaloi
Sclir Piunilii from Ilanalei
Sclir Lealii from Koliala
Sclir Kiuuia fiom Ucciu
Sclir Kckuuluolii from Ilanalei
Slmr Iwalaui from Kauai
Slmr Mokolii from Koolau
Sclir Ilnleakala from Pcpeckeo
Slmr Lcliua for Maluikona
Bklno Kitsap for Port Towuscnrt
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
lik Kalakaua for S. F.
Ship Aberyslwilli Casllo for P'nd Or
Stmt' Kilauca IIou for Kahului
Stmr Jas Makcc for Kauai
Sclir Caterina for llaualei
Sclir Kliukai for Waialua
Sclir Waimalu for Koloa
Sclir Wuieliu for Koloa
Sclir Emma for Ilcuin
From Kahului per Kilauca IIou,
Feb. 0 T II Ilobron ami wife, W
II Nailey, C Gray, A II Smith, A U
Sprole, G Norton, J Kilson, W II
Austin, W AY Goodale, Mr Corcar,
P Mclnernj'. Mr McCaulley, Judge
Kuihclani, A Unna, J II Phillips,
Mrs P K Phillips, F Tillman, and 52
From Kauai per Iwahini, Feb 10,
J B Grant and wife, F AY Glade,
Miy Lobcnstein, child and mu,
Mr Wacko, Mr Api)lcton, 30 deck.
VESSELS IN PORT.
H. I.lt.M's Knsboynilc, lliltebranilt
S. S. Mariposa, dipt. Howard
l!k Spartan, Crossley
Ilk Iolanl, tiarris
Ilk Kale, Uolhins
Ship Abcrystwith Castle, Harris
J!k Kalakaua, Miller
Ilk Hell Isle, Watt
Ilk Ceylon, liarstow
Kip Name Kroin One
S. S. City of Sydney, Australia, Pel). i'O
S. S. Australia, San Francisco, Feb. 17
Gcr. lik. Spica, Uremeiu Due
lint. Ilk. liirmaii, Glasgow, April "
Am. Tern 1). S. Williams, Humboldt,
Am. Ilk. F. S. Thompson, Kahului, Due
lSiit. 15k. Clan Grant, Liverpool, April
Am. Ilk Abbie Carver, Xew York Ap. 25
Am. Sclir. Anna, San Fran., Feb
Am. 15k. Caibaiien, San Fran., Feb
The C.iibinlcii left Sail Francl-co, for
Honolulu, on Jan. 5 1 1 1 . .
Tholini-k Amy Turner left Xew York
for Honolulu, via lio.-ton, on 2f)lh .fan'y.
Tliu W. II. Dlmoud arrived at San
FraneUeo on 27th .lanuaiy, 17 day out
from Honolulu, and the DIscovi ry on the
following day. C.ip ain Ih.udleli "didn't
git beat" ibis lime.
Captain Andrew Cahill loluinud on
Saluiday, after a picas nil trip on the
whaling bark Arnolda.
The llklne Amelia arrived at 1'ort
lllakcley on 29th January.
The I). C. Murray and the Ilosario ar
rived at S.in Francisco on 22nd January.
The Sclir Anna sailed from San Fran
ciseo, for Honolulu, on 2Sth January.
The Bk Henry James arrived at As
toria on 29lb January.
The Lcliini f-ailed on .Saturday after
noon for Mabukona, to get some freight
for the Maripo-ia.
Sclir Einiua brought t!.") bbls of mo
lawes. Sclir Caterina brought OHO bags of
Sebr KekaiiluobI brought 500 bags of
Sebr Leahi brought 1,070 bags of
Stmr Kllauea Hon brought (10 kegs of
sugar and 2 horses,
Stmr Iwahini brought i'.O.VJ bgstugar
and 10 hides.
StmrMokolll brought 1U5 bgs sugar,
ilOO bgs lice and 50 bbls molasses.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: total number of voles cast,
at the election hi the Ililo district,
Tiikui; was considerable talk at
Maui against Colonel Spreckels dur
ing the elections,
II is Honor the Chief Justice and
His Excellency the Attorney-General
leave this week for Kauai.
TnuiiH have been very heavy rains
nt Ilium, Maui, in some places wash
ing out the soil several feet deep.
Tin: Band will play at Emma
Square this evening at 7:!50.
Fun: wood will be mild lo-dny, on
the Old Custom House wharf, by
Lyons & Levey.
Oil, Papa, you ought to see the
nice pii'lure frames they niiike nl
King Bros., 10!) King st., and eo
cheap, loo! 002 lw,
A CniNnst:, Boy, reads and writes
tCnglish well, wants a situation in a
mercantile house. Address "Chinese
Boy" this olllce. 001) lw.
Our Kauai oor.c.ipondenl sends us
the following roiurns : Lilnio, S. B.
Dole, 118; Kalaione, 71. Koloa, S.
B. Dole, 1S3 ; Kalaione, 38. Total,
Dole, 331 ; Kalaione, 112.
Fouxn. The place to have Picture
Frames and Cornices made, to order,
at reasonable prices, King Bros.,
109 King st., between Fort and Ala
kca. G32 lw.
Stockiioi.dkiis in the Grove IJanch
Plantation Company can to-day have
the pleasure of receiving a dividend
of SIS per share, if they call upon
Mr. ,T. II. Paty.
Tin: Mounted Police landed safely
on Maui, none of the horses being
injured. The men are reported to
be conducting themselves well and
settling down to work.
At the Kcciprocity Sugar Co. and
Kipahnlu Plantations new smoke
stacks have been erected, and the
mills will soon commence grinding.
Mattkus were quite lively for a
time at Wailului, during the election,
especially when the Wuiliec and
"Waiehu men went to vole. Fortu
nately nobody was injured.
Mnssns. Wiseman & Ashley have
dissolved partnership by mutual con
sent. Mr. Wiseman continues the
business and assumes all liabilities
of the late firm. Mr. Ashley con
tinues to hold the agency of Wells,
Fargo & Co.
Ix the Police Court on Saturday
one drunk forfeited his bail ; Kaku
ltialani, assault and battery, was
fined $5 ; A nol. 2ros. was entered
against All King, charged with hav
ing opium in his possession, Mr. J.
M. Davidson for defendant.
Ai.i, owners of property, on Mer
chant street, which may be damaged
by the proposed widening of that
street, are requested to file their
claims with Judge Bickerton before
3rd March. A map showing the
proposed new lines of Merchant
street can be seen at the Interior
In a late issue of the Police Ga
zette, arc portraits of J. W. Craig
and C. F. Chessman, who arc de
scribed as follows: Craig "A
nobby young American who broke
hearts and pocket-books in Hie
Sandwich Islands." Chessman
"The Hy young companion of Craig
who introduced Chicago civilization
in Honolulu." A short account of
their "doings" in Honolulu is also
A lMtivATi: letter from a business
house in Sail Francisco, which is
deeply interested in Hie Hawaiian
trade, says: "Our treaty is all
right. The Committee of Foreign
Relations has reported against its
abrogation. In as far as a change
of tariff, nothing will be done."
Other advices state that the whole
question will he shelved, as other
matters of more importance will oc
cupy the attention of Congress.
Mit. J. D. Spreckels leaves for
Philadelphia to purchase or have
built, for his company, two largo
steamers to match the Mariposa and
Alameda. It is not settled whether
the new steamers will run to China
or Central America, but the officers
of the O. S. S. Co. say that they in
tend to have complete Hues from
San Francisco to all tho important
Pacific Ocean ports. All of their
magnificent vessels are under the
American fiag and pay taxes here.
. J' Paper.
Tin: Jury composed of Messrs.
Adams A. Marquis, Noltc, Asliford,
E. ff. Ward and Brash met in front
of tho Music Hall on Friday at 2 p.
m. punctually, and were chaperoned
by Marshal Parke and Mr, Surveyor
Bishop through the cntiro length of
the street. The Jury considered the
whole question within (heir liifiils
and agreed upon the proposed width
of 12 feel throughout the street from
Hie Music Hall to Xuuaiiu Slice!.
Mr. Asbfoidwas appointed Secretary
Id the .Jury to draw up llio finding,
which was signed by the Jury on
THE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
The regular monthly meeting of
the officers and trustees of the above
as.-ocialion was held at their rooms
on Thursday evening. Mailers con
nected Willi the new building were
discussed. The building committee
have decided to resume work as soon
as the subscription reaches eight
thousand dollars, it being now with
in a few hundred dollars of that
amount. The subject of the fair to
be held in May was also under con
sideration. The question of milling
and lotteries in connection therewith
was discussed at some length, un
authorized statements concerning the
matter having obtained circulation.
The sentiment of those present was
opposed to anything of the kind.
On inquiry, no foundation could be
found for the report in question.
The fair in aid of the same institu
tion, four years ago realized about
twenty-four hundred dollars without
resorting to anything of the kind,
and no reason was seen. for adopting
any different policy on Hie present
MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE.
John 1.. ICauliikou,
Jno. T. Baker,
S. K. ICupihea,
J. IC. ICaiinainauo,
IX 11. Xahlitii,
G. B. Palohau.
J. W. ICalua.
L. YV. P. ICanealli,
W. O. Smith,
1). II. Hitchcock,
G. Y. 1'ilipo.
J. M. ICauwIla.
S. B. Dole,
W. 13. Kowell.
LATEST F0REICN NEWS.
London, January 31st. The Stock
Exchange was astounded at the an
nouncement of the failure of P. W.
Tlionfas, Sons & Co., brokers. Busi
ness is almost at a standstill. The
linn owes inside of the Stock Ex
change 35,000, and customers 890,
000. The assets arc believed to be
"nil." The Cornish Bank and Insur
ance Company arc great sufferers.
Baron Rothschild has loaned the
Khedive nearly a million pounds
sterling. Five men were killed by an
explosion of dynamite cartridges on
the Canadian Pacific Railroad, near
Michipicator. A nihilist plot to put
strychnine in the Czar's bread has
been discovered. S. A. Mcdary,
paymaster of the Cincinnati, Hamilton
and Dayton Railroad, is $10,000
short in his accounts. Burglars
secured $lii,000 from the safe of tho
Blue Island (III.) Postoltlec. The
Merchants' Telegraph asd Cable
Company, with a capita! of SRI, 000,
000, has been incorporated in Xew
The Brighain Young Academy, at
l'rovo, U. T., was destroyed by tire
loss, $30,000, uninsured.
The Chairman of tho Foreign
Affairs Committee Hunks the new
Chinese bill will pass the House.
The Nicaragua Canal bill will not lie
pressed before this Congress.
Senator Hoar, from the Judiciary
Committee, reported a new anti
T. G. Abbott, Cashier of Hie
Union Market National Bank of
Walcrtown, Mass., lias absconded
with $!)1,1G0. Eleven prisoners es
caped from the Bucna Vista (Col.)
jail on Sunday. Jem Goode and
Charley Norton fought four rounds,
ending in a draw,, at New York.
The ship Juno foundered in the river
Mersey on Sunday and her crew of
25 men were drowned. The bodies
of the Jeannctte victims have arrived
Tho tobacco-rebate appropriation
bill has passed both houses of Con
gress. Wood of Indiana introduced
in tho House bills to reduce the
the duties on sugar and wool.
Funeral service over tho Congress,
man Maekey were held in the Hull of
A conllagration at Laurvig, Nor
way, destroyed 02 buildings. Loss,
$250,000. The Redmond brothers,
member of Parliament, delivered
addresses in Chicago. Within a ra
dius of ten miles of Ayr, Scotland,
200,000 trees were blown down in
tho recent storm. One hundred thou-
eaml wore on the estate of the Mar
quis Alius. The President has made
the following nouiinaH-mss Charles
F. Boberls, I'egistcr of the I. and
Olllce at Humboldt, California;
ltiehrml Melrose, Postmaster at
Anaheim California. The Senate
Committee on Foreign Affairs lias
reported against the resolution for
abrogating the Hawaiian Kccipro
city Treaty. The Committee slates
that the accusations of unfair deal
ing under the treaty are groundless,
and that the treaty is not only bene
ficial now to this country, but will
ho of still greater importance in Hie
ABUXC11 OF KEYS botwecn tho
Post Olllce and L. Scrcsovieh. A
llbuial leward on returning same to
h. ScrcMivlch, Hotel street. 033 tit
rpilK third assessment of 2.50 per
JL share of the Cnpltal Sleek of the
-Mutual Telephone Co., is due THIS
DAY, and payable at my olllce.
Treasurer Mutual Telephone Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 1, 1S8I. ():i2
Notice in Bankruptcy.
WK the Undersigned Assignees in
the estalo of Horatio G. Crabbe
and llobert Von Oellmphen of Honolulu,
hereby notify all persons Indebted to
either of said estates, to make immedi
ate payment to the Undersigned.
S. J. LBVKY,
Honolulu, Feb. 8, 1SS-1. 0:U lw
SIX SPAllS, suitable for bridging or
rolling purposes, or shin's spars.
KYAN'S BOAT HOUSE.
A NURSE G1KL, to take charge of a
baby. References remitted. Ap
KENXEDY & Co ,
Oceanic Steamship Comp'y.
Sj&! THE .MAGNIFICENT
tjj; i&nuw and Elegant Steamships
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu and San
Francisco on the
1st and 15 th of Each Month.
I'ASsr.Nuims may have their names
booked in advance by applying at the
olllce of the agents.
. Passengers by this line arc hereby no
titled that they will be allowed 2fi0 lbs
of baggage free by the Overland Rail
way, when traveling East.
Excursion Tickets for Round Trip, $125,
good to return by any of the Company's
learners within ninety clays.
MmiciiAMJisi: intended for shipment
by tliis lino will be received free of
charge in the Company's Xew Ware
house and receipts issued fors:ime.
Insuu.ynck on merchandise, whilst in
the warehouse, will be at owner's risk.
Wm. G. Iiiwin & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
.1. 1'. Crossley, - - minster.
Will leave for ihe above l'ort on or about
Feb. 12th, 18tfl. For Freight and Passage
having line accomodations, apply to
Casti.i: & Cook, AgcnU.
Steam Navigation Company's
BiiiXK W NTKAMS'JJi.S.
Will run riv'iibuly fi.r Knim and Kim
Li:avi:s Honolulu at -i r.st. on
Friday, Feb. 22
Tiu'Mlay, Mar. -1
Friday, Mar. M
Tuesday, Mar. 25
AuitivKs at Honolulu at 5 i'..w.
Friday, Feb. !'
Tuesday, Alar. ll
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 3 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Klecle,
anil W'aiinoa, Kauai. Hoturuinn, leaves
Nawiliwili overy Saturday evening.
Tho James Malteo,
Lcavos Honolulu every Thursday
at il p.m. for Kapaa and Klliui.ua. He
Uirning, leaves Kauai every Tuesday at
1 p-m , and touching at Wiiane, both
The C. It. Bishop,
Lcavos Honolulu every Tuesday
at -1 p.m. for KuUiilliaele, Honokna and
Paauhau. Hettirninj; arrives at Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
1'tivcH Honolulu cacti Tuesday at
1 p.m., touching at I.altalna, Mau
laca Hay, Makena, Maliiikona, ICa
wailiau, Laupalioolioo unit ltilo.
Kcturiiliig, will touch at all the
alovc portH, arriving at Honolulu
each Butiiiday afternoon.
TX TIIK 1'AbT BAII.IKd
Jffi&i Schoonor Ehukai
-SiGBftS will ru" icgtilarly
TO WAIALUA KVKHV MONDAY,
Hctuining on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to ilui
Captain on board, or to
181 A. F. Cooku, Agent.
.v&SfeSr The A 1
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My Elegant Assortment of Hew Goods
lecte 1 1 v m c'l in
Never 1 ofore it.troluccd bote, among which will be found
Entirely Now Patterns in
Mies' Hisses', aid Cliilflra's Boots null His.
2T JUST SKK MY 0.
Elegant Paris Made French Kiel Gaiters,
Do not fail to pee the
Now Stylos and Colors In Ladies' and Misses' Silk,
Lisle, and JJulbrigguii Hose.
NKW STYLUS OF LAMES' l'UKSKS, in IV.icol-Iv, Blue, 01 1 Gold, and
Maroon Flush, &c, A:c., Ac.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Gent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
It is not necessary for me to enumerate the muiy new gc o Is i o .v
introduced by me here, but the
Ladies are iiiyitecl to call aiid judge for themselves,
Honolulu, Nov. 22, 1883.
Kennedy & Go's Bulletin of New Hoods !
To arrive by Steamer " IMariposa"
Fresh Haltimoic Oysters in Tins, (something fine)
Fresh Ualtiinoie Oystcis in shells, (Urge and luscious,)
Fresh Columbia Hivcr Silmon,
A Dainty Fresh Celery, (just the thing,)
THE ABOVE ALL OX IOE
Fresh California Apples in Uo.c,
Fresh California Fears,
Another lot of those Finn Humboldt Potatoas.
Cull early and leave your orders at
Kennedy & Co-,
.Popular Grocery, 1'iovision and Produce Store, 07 & 0'J Hotel street.
Jti:..i:iV A Co. ivlll puck their 1'icmIi ;ioiN on Ice, ho as to keep
uml Hhip to liny piti't of the islands.
MAGNEALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
aji .7 jlli. m- iiSyiJPllMlli
A Large Assortment of those justly Celebrated Safes
Over 500 in daily use on the Hawaiian Islands.
Safes Sold for Cash, or on the Installment Plan.
For Prices, Circulars, etc., apply to
C. O. ItERGISK, General Agent,
oiOlfb HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
SPRINGFIELD gas machines.
Thi AVcll-lii own .Machine is now used at Iho Itoyal Palace, Hawaiian Hotel,
.Music Hall, and a nunib.r of private residences, giving entire Mitisfnolion every
where. It is the ino-t economical Machine in u-o, easily managed and automatic in its
I can furnish fiom a 20 Light to a 1001 Light .Machine, tinallcr sizes constantly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply to
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
Ml if b HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Sl;2 iv Cord.
Apply at tlic Oflicu of the"
PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co.
C'ornei' Nuuaiiu nii.l Quern strcetH
I N w Vo
P. 0. Box 2D7.
T F YOUIt 1I011SU IS HICK or LAMB,
1. or any way out of order, call on A
T. llAICKIt, at Capt. J. C. Oluney'n Hta-bleu-
coiner of Queen it Punchbowl Bin.
tarUrciiUIni; horses to saddle or car
ilagua specialty. 420 ly
J HONOLULU InON WOItKH,
Scads Slcnm engines, sugar mills, boil
ci, coolers; iron, liraBB and lead cast
Ingis; machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention paid
to sdiipV bhiok Binltlnng. Job work cxo.
cutcd at short notice. 1