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TUKSDAY, l'KIJ. 12, ISM.
OCEAHIC S. S. CO.
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jMaripoa. . . .Lr.ivi'U annlnlu, I'd). l.ith
Ahlineda.... Leaves Honolulu, Mar. 1.
PABIFiCMAll S". S."00.
I'Oll AUCKLAND AND SYDNEY;
Oily of Sydney OnFob. 23id
roil san niAXciPCu.
Australia On Foil. 17th
Diamond Head, Feb. 12. J::jO 11.111
.Strong N. It. wind.
Nothing 111 sight.
Slnir Likcliko from windward ports
Schr Kuwnikuii from Koohtu
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Ship Abcryslwith Cnslle for P'nd Or
Ilk KnlnUium for S. F.
15k Spartan for Hongkong
Stmr Kinan for windward ports
Stinr rianlcr for windward ports
Stmr Kilauea Hon for Knhuhii
Stmr Jas Makcc for Kanai
Stmr IwaUmi for Kauai
Stmr Mokolii for Koolau
Selir Lcahi for Kohalalclo
Schr Pauahi for llanalci
Schr Kekaiilnohi for Ilanalei
Schr Catcrina for llanalci
Schr Ehnkai for 'Waialua
Schr "Waimalu for Koloa
Schr Wnichu for Koloa
Schr Emma for llccia
From windward ports per Like
like, Feb. 11 W Y Horner, W J
Jeffries, S May and 10 deck.
VESSELS IN PORT.
II I.Ti.ai,sll:ibynIk, lliltobrandt
S. S. Mariposa, Uapt. Howard
15k Spartan, CrosIey
I5k Iolani. Garris
JtU Kale, Itothim,
Ship Abcrystwitli Castle, llnirta
Ilk Kalakana, Miller
15k Hell Ielc, Watt
151; Ceylon, 13arstow
His Nuinu Kiuni U110
S. S. Oily of Sydney, Australia, Feb. IMS
S. S. Australia, San Francisco, Feb. 17
Ger. UU. Spica, liremein Duo
llrlt. lk. lSirmaii, Glasgow, April ."
Am. Tern 1). S. Williams, Humboldt,
Am. 15k. F. S. Thompson, Kahului, Due
lirit. 15k. Clan Grant, Liverpool, April
Am. 15k. Abbie Carver, Xow York A). 25
Am. Schr. Anna, Han Fran., Feb
Am. Uk. Caibarlen, San Fran., Fob
The .Tennic AValkcr brought 1,12" bags,
of cobra, 1000 cocoa-nut?, and 500 gallon
of cocoa-nut oil consigned lo .1. S.
Tlie .sailing of many vessels was post
poned yesterday, on account of the
The Kalakana will take the cobra
brought by the Jennie Walker.
The whaler Ohio is off port, waiting
for the weather to moderate, that she
might come in and discharge her oil.
The chr. Mana left Hilo on Thui-.-day
last with lliOO bags of sugar.
Stinr. Likeliko brought 8,500 bags of
sugar, the largest amount brought into
tills port in one load.
The .schr. Liholilio will take another
steam plow belonging to It. A. Mactlo
to Kilauea plantation.
The Hull Isle will go in the stream to
make ready for a voyage to llomboldt.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
AVur-N' will the band play on Sun
day afternoons ?
Ckisi'jni's concert, announced for
Snturday evening, did not take place.
Tin: Ucncon's Week is concluded
to-day on the fourth page.
A mi:i:tikr of the members of the
Order of Kalakana was held yester
day. ... ..... d
Tin: Casino was visited by several
hundred of Nollc's friends on Sun
day. A Fnr.NciiMAN has been committed
for trial at Hilo on a charge of set
ting (ire to a building.
C.ux and sco the largo photograph
of Jem Williams. He looks quite
Tins is tho first anniversary of
HisMajcsly'H coronation, and will bo
observed as a. Government holiday.
A ki:w lot of bilk hosiery and la
dles' Jerseys, in assorted colors, has
been received by Mollis.
Tin: gentlemen interested in the
formation of a Stock IJrceder's As
sociation did not meet on Saturday
Pools, on the arrival of the
steamers off the lighthouse, arc now
in order, Lucas' whistle decides
Look at the patent extinguisher
lamps at Wnterhoiise's King street
slure. No danger of explosions or
A Ni-jiimu of Iho Government
voters wore paid off on Salnrday,
ami some complained that they only
received half a dollar.
Tin: Honolulu Library received,
last month, an addition of Iwenly
eight books to its shelves, tho donor
being Mrs. W. L. Green.
Tin: elections at Hilo and Puna
passed off in a quiet and orderly
manner. There wci c no disturbances
or cases of drunkenness.
Tin: IUji.i.i.tin desires to thank its
Island correspondents and friends
for their promptness in forwarding
the results of the elections.
L. Anr.r.n lias received by the
Mariposa a now assortment of boots,
shoes and slippers, suitable for both
young, middle-aged and old, of both
Oh, Papa, you ought to see the
nice picture frames they make at
109 King st., and so
A Cmxr.si:, Boy, reads and writes
English well, wants a situation in a
mercantile house. Address "Chinese
Boy" this oflice. G33 lw.
Found. The place to have Picture
Frames and Cornices made to order,
at reasonable prices, King Bros.,
109 King si., between Fort and Ala-
kca. G32 lw.
A Hussian sailor created a great
disturbance on Fort street on Satur
day afternoon. He was one too
many for the policeman who had to
call for assistance.
Tinmi: are complaints of the wa
ter supply having been cut off from
School Street from Thursday till
yesterday morning when it was par
tially turned on again.
A nus.uvAV, on Saturday after
noon, resulted in the smashing of a
carriage and the sudden removal of
a lamp post at the corner of Hotel
and Niuianu streets.
Mn. Daniel E. Bandmann, who
arrived from the Colonies by the
steamer on Tuesday, has been called
East on important business, and
leaves immediately. Ex.
Li:i'i:its, by Boss Kayinond, is an
article commenced to-day on our
fourth page. It contains an interest
ing account of How Dr. Fitch In
tended To Commit Suicide, which
will be read with great interest.
Tiii'.ki: was a disturbance outside
the IJoman Catholic Church at noon
on Sunday. A hack driver's horse
became restive and some small boys
jecicd him. All paid a visit to the
Station House, where tho juveniles
received a lecture.
Mn. Morris Greenwall, iho Aus
tralian manager, has arrived in San
Francisco, holding contracts with
Langlry and Boucicault, who follow
him to the Colonics. Mr. Green
wall leaves for Australia on the
steamer of February 18th. Ex.
Max Kckakt has a largo new sign
in which he is represented riding on
a bicycle, scythe in hand to cut
down any opponents to bis business.
The front wheel of the bicycle is a
clock, and the small wheel is supposed
to be a Hawaiian half dollar.
Tin: annual of tho Pacific Mutual
Life Insurance Co., of which Mr. B.
"W. Laino is the Honolulu agent, is
very interesting and well illustrated
with views of various parts of the
States. An important announcc
niado by the company is thai all
their claims are paid in gold com.
Mu. F. Baoot returned last week
from Hawaii, where ho has been pro
curing information for tho new di
rectory. He leaves shortly for
Kauai, and bpcaks in high terms of
the kindness bhowu to him on Hawaii,
and tho prompt manner in which in
formation was afforded to him. Mr.
Du Preo i at present, on a similar
errand, on Maui.
Mu. Cojii.v, in the Toledo Com
mercial Telcyram, in speaking of
the dispute between the Pacific Mail
and tho Oceanic Cos., says: "Tho
Hawaiian Government had passed a
subsidy bill, guaranteeing 821,000 a
year, under certain conditions, which
j were complied with in the now Amer
ican vessels for the Sprockets line
the object being to compete with the
P. M. S. S. Co., and insure prompter
and more regular communication.
Perhaps Premier Gibson has refused
to allow (his subsidy to be paid."
A cnizDK, residing in the suburbs,
recommends precautionary measures
being taken against the spread of
the lanlana. He fears tllat this
shrub, which lias done so much
damage on the other islands, will
smother the trees recently planted
by the Government on tho town side
of the Makiki reservoir. Tho trees
at present are looking in splendid
Mi:. J. Williams' celebrity is
growing abroad. The Toledo Com
mercial Trfcijrani "acknowledges
receipt of a fine lot of photographs,
taken from the inside of tho volcano
on the Island of Hawaii, by the
1 Cleveland boy,' Mr. J. Williams of
Fort street, Honolulu. Mr. Williams
ran a frightful risk in taking one of
the views. It was taken from a
point nearer tho burning lava than
any photographer ever ventured
before, and makes a vivid and start
At Mr. K. P. Adams' land sale,
held yesterday, o2. acres at Kohala
were sold for $ 1800 to Mr. C. Achi ;
a quarter of an acre on School street,
at the back of the hospital, brought
the very high price of $950, Mr.
James Stewart being the purchaser;
Mr. F. Leslie purchased .H acres of
vice land at Koolaupoko for S3-10,
and 21 acres of rice land at Kanc
ohc for $325.
Wnr.x any one dies they ask in
France, "'How old was he?" In
Germany, "What complaint did he
die of?" In America they say, "A
good thing lie is dead at last! " In
Italy, "Poor fellow!" In Bussia,
"Ho doesn't need to work any more ;
he is well off!" In Holland they
ask, "How much money has he
left?" In England, "Was he in
sured?" Ex. In 11011011111111103' ask,
"Who'll get his billet?"
Ma.iou A. S. Br.Nimit, of this city,
has been engaged by the Hawaiian
Government as consulting engineer
in the construction of water -works
for supplying the City of Honolulu
with water. Major Bender has held
several responsible positions since
his arrival in this State twenty-six
years ago, having been for six years
Deputy Surveyor-General, and for
two j'cars he had charge of tho con
struction of the Western Pacific
Bailroad. Alta California.
Captain Mr.nitTr.N.s, Mr. Godfrey,
representative of the Gazette, and
four Chinamen had a hunting expe
dition on Sunday night, which lusted
till the small hours of yesterday
morning. The object of their search
was stolen property from Wing Wo
Chan's store, and from information
received, they viMted hilts and
houses situated in all directions be
tween Punchbowl and the sea, Wai
kiki and Palama. The' found some
of the stolen goods in eacli place
they visited, and now have sufllcicnt
to open a dry goods store at the Sta
tion House. They all tumbled,
more or less, over fences, into holes
and taro patches. The exclamations
of the Chinese, at their misadven
tures, were loud and long.
rpp LET-, live minutes walk from Po't
Olliife. Enquire at
.1. M. OAT Jr. & Co.
AIJUNCll OF KEYS between tho
Post Olllco and L. Seiesovieh. A
liberal reward on returning Mimo to
L. Scrcs-ovloh, Hotel hi reel. (133 lit
Notice in Bankruptcy.
E the Uudcndgncd Asi'rnee.s in
the estate of Horatio O. Crabbo
and Hubert Von Oclhaphen of Honolulu,
hereby notily all pirsons indebted to
either of said estates, 10 make immedi
ate payment to the Undernimied.
S. .1. LHVKY,
Honolulu, Feb. 8, 1881. dill lw
SLK SPAltS, biiltnlilv for bridging or
Milling puipoeB, or ulilp'ri t-pais.
010 lin KYAN'S IJOAT HOUSE.
DIVIDEND of $15 per n!mro Is
now navublo to Stockholders in
the Giovo ltuucli Plantation Company,
at tho olllco of
JOHN II. PATY,
0:ia at b Seciclaiy,
OF every description executed with
.neatness and disp.itch at tho Daily
VF. 11 A V H ju-1 ii'ci lu 1 n veiy line
DAMASK TABLE LINRN,
Direcl from Belfast, Ireland,
OF ALL SIS5ES TO SUIT,
All Sizes of Dinner Tables
NAPKINS To" MATCH!
These Linens are the Finest
Ever impelled to Ibis Market, anil we
invito our Fricndi to inspect them.
G. W. Macfarlane & Co
Mr. J. W. YARNDLEY,
XKA-CIIKI OF 31TJSIC
SPECIALTIES VIOLIN' and the CUL
TIVATION of the VOICE.
Pianos Tuned, Repaired and Polished.
Orders received onlv at the Furniture
and Piano Store of C". E. Williams, 111
Foit Street Telephone 7(i; or at my
residence. Please send outers one day
before the work is required to be done.
Oceanic Steamship Conip'y.
J3jSj THE MAGNIFICENT
i5g5ia;ncw and Elegant Steamships
MAHIP0SA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu and San
Fimiclbco on Hie
1st and 15th pi' Each Month.
I'Assnxar.ns may have their names
booked in advance by applying at the
oflice of the agents.
Passengers by this line aie hereby no
titled that they will be allowed 2 .10 lbs
of baggage free by the Ovcilnml Hail
way, when traveling East.
Excursion Tickets for Round Trip, $125,
good to return by any of the Company's
Steamers within ninety days.
MuitciiAMJisr. intended for shipment
by this line will be received free of
charge in the Company's New Ware
house and leceipU i-sueil for same.
Ixsuuanci: on merchandise, whilst in
the warehouse, will be at owner's risk.
Wm. G. Iiiwix & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
J-rx von Hongkong.
ra ..zryfy The A 1 American Earl;
.1. P. Crossley, - . Master.
Will leave tor the above Port on or about
Feb. 12th, 1831. For Fi eight and Parage
haing line accomodations, apply to
CAsri.i: &. Cook, Agents.
Steam Navigalion Company's
BiJXK til OTKASEKZiK.
an s, Cwiiiiisinder,
Will run u'nl.irly f r Kmia and Kim :
Li:avi:s Honolulu at -1 i'.m. on
Friday, .Ian. 11
Tuesday, Jan. 2'J
Friday, Feb. 1
Tuc-dny, Feb. 12
Friday, Feb. 22
Tuesday, Mar. -1
Friday, -Mar. M
Tuesday, Mar. 2.r)
Annivr.s at Honolulu at 5 p.m.
Friday, Jan. 18
Tuesday, Jan. 2!l
Friday, Fel). 8
Tuesday, Feb. 1!)
Friday. Feb. 2!l
Tuesday, .Mar. 11
Friday, Mar. 21
Loaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at fi p.m., for Nawillwili, Koloa, Lleele,
and Waiine.i, Kauai. HcturniiiL', leaver
Nawillwili every Saluiday evening.
Tho Jaraos Makoo,
Leaves Honolulu ovory Thursday
at !! p.m. for Knnaii and Kilauea. He
turning, leaves Kauai every Tuesday at
1 inn., and louchintj at Wainae, bolh
Tho C. K. Bishop,
imvib, ... - Commander.
Loaves Honolulu every Tuesday
nl-1 p.m. for Kukulhucle, Ilonokua nnd
J'.iauhau. Itotutninn 111 rives at Honolulu
oveiy Sunday morning.
j?&Steamo'r Kin an,
pJwJBfe KiiiKi Commander,
LenvcH Honolulu each Tucwluy ut
.1 1, m t rtlinliltMr tit. I l litl I nil. Mini
lucii Hay, MuUeiiti, Mnliukoiui, Kti-
MMitlim. I ,HMii!i1iiw.linii 11111I Hilo.
Hotiiniingi will touch at nil tliu
nlovt ports, arriving at Honolulu
ciich RiUiiiiluy alei iioon
Tllli FAST BAIMKU
fj aonoonor inuKai
will run icguhuly
TO WAIALUA KVKItV MONDAY,
Ileturiilng on Tliui'Mlay, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
181 A. F. Cooki:, Agent.
n n B3i
My Elegant Assortment of Hew Goods
.'cleclrl by in, o'f 111 P.111 , Lmlmi. .ml ?n, w YO'k,
Are low Opn anil Ready for Iipction
AjV1 HAJL.10, ! (ompriKi
Never lofore Intro luced heic, among which will be founds
Entirely Now Patterns in
Mies', Misses', and CliiliWs Boots ei Sloes.
C3T -IUST SKK M.Y "3
Elegant Paris Made French Kiel Gaiters,
Do not fail to see the
New Stylos stud Colors in Ladies' and Misses' Silk,
Lisle, and Bnlbriggnn Hose.
NEW STYLES OF LADIES' l'UHSES, in Peacock, Blue, Old Gold, nnd
Maroon l'luh, ix,v., iVc, Sc.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Gent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHR8ST1AS PRESENTS
It is not necessary for me to enumerate the miny new gcols 1 ow
introduced by mo heie, but the
Ladies are invited to call and judge for themselves.
.Honolulu, Nov. 1!2, lSS!!.
d Go's Bulletin of New Hoods !
To arrive by Steamer " Mariposa "
Fresh llallimoio Oysters in Tint, (something line)
Ficsh Ihiltiniorc Oysters in bliells, (lirgc nnd luscious,) ' '
Fresh Columbia Hivcr Silmon,
A Dainty Fresh Celery, (just tl c thins,)
THE AMOVE ALL ON ICE
Fresh California Apple in l!oc,
Fiesh California Tears,
Another lot of tho?e Fine IIi.uiboldt Potatoes.
Call cavli and leave iouv orders at,
Kennedy & Co-,
-Popular Grocery, Provision and Pro luce Store, (17 & 09 Hotel (street.
Ki:.V.T.OY A Co. will iinc-k their FrcNii .'ooiln on ice, no iih to keep
and Kliiii to any part of flu- islnmtH.
MAGIEALE & URBAI SAFES
With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
-vyTr t , "yj- , ii -
ii!iHi sty ei iiiii
A Lai'K'i; Assortment of these .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. BEKGEK, General Af?ent,
"'lOifb HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINES.
This Wi-lNUnouu .Machine in now medal tho Itovnl Palace, Jhnwiilan Hotel,
Music Hall, and a numb. r cf prhalo resldenee.-', giving entire balisfaction ovitj.
It Is the most economical Mnchino in me, easily managed and initoniallc in Ur
I can fnr.ilsli fiom a 20 Light to a 1000 Light Miichliic, smaller sizes constantly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
for Chculars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply to
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
.Ml) If b
J125 si, Oovtl.
Apply nl the Olllco of the
PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co.
Comer Niiuanu and Queen fctreeta
P. 0. Box 297.
F F YOUU 1IOHSI-: IS SICIC or LAML,
i. or any way out of order, call on A
T. HAKLU, at Capt. .1. C. Cluuoy's sta
ble') rnrwr of Queen & I'unehbowl tn.
j:Jf"Hreal;ing hoic3 to taddlu or car
lingo a specialty. 420 ly
HONOI.ULU IHON WORKS,
Steam cntrlnea, huear millii, boll
I'm, coolers; iron, brass and lead cast
ingsj inachliiery of every description
liiadu to order. Particular attention paid
to ship's black smithing. Job work uxe
cutcd ut short notice.