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WEDNESDAY, FISH. 13, 1S8-1.
OOEAHIDS. 8. CO.
l'Olt HA.N I'llAMllJCO.
Mariposa. . . .Loiwi H ..uulnlu, Toll, lliili
Altiiuoda. . . .Lin vt Honolulu. Mm. Ut.
PACIFIC MAILS. SrCO.
I'Oll AtTKl.ANII AND SVDNK.V:
City ol'Bydtiey ...On Tub. 23nl
l'OIt SAN lT.ANrtPCO.
Australia On Fob. 17th
Diamond Head, Feb. 1H. 0:0 nan
.Strong N. K. wind.
Nothing in sight.
Schr Nellie Merrill from Lnhaiiin
Solir Maim from Hilo
15k Knlakaun for S. V.
Slmr Kinati for windward ports
Slmr Planter for windward ports
Slmr Kilauca IIou for Knliului
Slmr Jas Mnkcc for Kauai
Slmr Iwalani for Kuiuii ,
Slmr Mokolii for Koolau
Schr Faualii for Ilanalci
Schr Kckauluohi for Ilanalci '
Schr Catcrina for Ilanalci
Schr Eliukai for 'Waialua
Schr Waimtilu for Koloa
Schr 'Waiohu for Koloa
Schr Manuokawai for Nawiliwili
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Schr Liholiho for Kilauca
Ship Abcry&Uvilh Castle for P'nil Or
lik Spartan for Hongkong
Schr Emma for llccia
Schr Lcalii for Kohalalclo
Schr Nellie Merrill for Lahaina
Schr Kawailani for Koolau
For Kauai ami "Waianae per Jas
Makcc, Feb. 12 W Y Horner, J B
Grunt and wife, J A Ilcrbbc, M Ma
helona, F Clcve, and '15 deck.
For windward ports, per Planter,
Feb 12 W W Goodale, W C Jones,
C Mangles, J A Buck, E B Friel,
Capt Wright and wife, Miss J Bed
ington, AH Smith, G S Slayton, "U"
II Bailey nd wife, J C Ainsworth
and 2 daughters. E F Contclenc and
For Kahului per Kilauca IIou Feb
12 G- W Norton, E Kuihelnni, J
Ritson, Mr. Crispini and 35 deck.
For windward ports per Kinau,
Feb. 12 Ur Stcllard, J A Palmer,
M Gartcnburg, M P Jones, Mr Katz
Mr Jameson, J T Downing, W II
Holmes, E G Hitchcock, S L Coan,
Mrs Locbenstcin and 2 children, T
Gay, J M Wright, B Cockrill, Mrs
Arcia, Mis3 Duschalsky, L Bisagno,
S G- Wilder, W T Khodes, Miss
Hughes, J S Blaisdalc, G J Kcm
pcll, F M Butler, J II well, C Lehman.
For Kauai, per Iwalani, Feb 12
J W Kalua, Lee Chong, J M David
son, S Both, W E Smith, W J Branv
liall, J L Maulukou, Hon A F Judd,
L T Olson, F Bagot, W L Wilcox,
J M Kapena, Miss Aars, Paul Neu
mann and son and 51 deck.
VESSELS IN PORT.
II r.K.M's KasboyniU, Ililtcbiandt
8. S. Mariposa, (Jipt. llowaul
Ilk Spartan, Cros-sley
P.k Jolani, Ganis
lik Kale, Jtotliius
Ship Abery.st'ivlth Castle, Harrl
Ilk Hell Mo, "Watt
I5k Ceylon, li.ir.tluw
Tlic bktno .1. A. F.ilkiiiburg, on her
airiv.d at S. F. was filled out for cod
Tliu Likellke wills to moiiow. -Tho
Knl.ikaua sailed yesterday for
Nettie Meirill bio. lliOP bgs sugar.
" "LOCAL &CEHERAL HEWS.
Tmuti; was no business transacted
at the Police Court yesterday.
Diti:ssr.s illustrated with pictures
and figures tan be seen at Number
Ross Raymond's account of the
Lepers is continued to-day on the
Washington's birthday is ap
proaching. How will our Ameiican
citizens celebrate it this year V
Cam. at Cunha's and try the Boca
Beer on draft. It is woilh looking
at even if you don't drink it.
Tin: adjourned meeting of stock
, holders in the Hawaiian Bell Tele
phono Co. will bo held to-morrow.
Tiiituii has a largo stock of valen
tines of all kinds. They will be de
livered all over town by Hie post of
Mussiis, Fugling & Smith, of 51
King street, arc prepared to do all
work in tin and sheet-iron, as well
as plumbing and tjnsiltling.
Tin: weather on 11th and 12th
February this year and last year was
somewhat similar, rain falling on
lltli February in both years, and the
weather dealing on 12lh. Last
year, howovcr, tliu rainfall was much
Tun mail by the Mariposa will
close at Ion o'clock oi '-'inlay morn
ing. Money orders will not bo issued
later than lo-morrow afternoon.
Oil, Papa, yon ought to sec the
nice picture ('ramus llioy make al
King BroM 109 King si., and ?o
cheap, too! G3'J lv.
A Ciiint.su:, Hoy, raids and writes
English well, wants a siltinlion in a
mercantile house. Addicss "Chinese
Boy" Ibis olllce. G33 lw.
Foi;ni. Tlio place to have l'ictmo
Frames and Cornices niiule to order,
at reasonable prices, King Bros,,
105) King si., between Fort and Ala
ken. C32 lw.
Mn. P. C. Jones, Jr., has pur
chased the real estate on Nuiianu
street, next to Judge Austin's, which
was the property of Mrs. Bcnlleld,
for $-1,000. Mr. Jones . intends to
build a home for himself on. the site.
Tin: band played at the Palace
yesterday morning, and a number of
people called upon His Majesty to
wish him many happy .icturns of his
Coronation Day. At noon salutes
Coi.onmu, and Mrs Sprcckels leave
on the Mariposa for San Francisco,
and expect to return in five weeks,
by the Alameda on 22nd of March.
Mr. C. Mangels proceeds to Kan,
Hawaii, with Mr. Buck.
Tin: Btitish Commissioner was
unable to hoist the British Hag yes
terday, in compliment to His Ma
jesty, as the halyards broke when
his llag-licutenant was proceeding to
do his duty.
Missus. G. W. Macfarlanc & Co.
set an example yesterday, in cm
ploying men to scrape the mud off
the road at the corner of Fort and
Queen street, which might well be
followed by others in these days of
indolence of the olllcials, who ought
to order the doing of such dirty
Mi:. E. D. Davics, the ventrilo
quist who visited Honolulu many
years ago and performed in the old
theater, proposes to give an enter
tainment here on the arrival of the
City of Sydney, en ronle for the
Colonies, if the lime of the arrival
and departure of the steamer is con
venient for his purpose.
Tin: scries of free entertainments,
which for some time past has been
interrupted, is to be resumed in the
Y. M. C. A. Hall to-morrow night.
On the invitation of Mr. Cnizan, who
has charge of the work, the Algaroba
Lodge of Good Templars has pro
vided a very attractive programme,
containing the names of some of our
favorite musicians mid readers. The
entertainment is free and the invita
Paul's boy has been supci intend
ing the unpacking of his pa's furni
ture. During the wet weather on
Monday he improved the carpels
with coalings of mud. He wanted
to bet "four bits" that one of the
workmen would .smash a mirror, but
there were no takers, so young Paul
lost half :i pound of candy. Paul
then sat for his picture, his sister
being the artist. When he saw his
likeness there was a circus in the
new Neuniannian domicile.
Honolulu is becoming as enter
prising as Ilouokaa, Hawaii. A
young gentleman went hi to the
shooting gallery on Monday evening,
and, on coming out at 8:30, after lie
had been there nearly half an hour,
his horse, which lie had hitched up
on the other side of the road, had
disappeared. A reward is offered
for Iho return of the animal. This
is nu old trick and is frequently
practised on Saturday nights at IIo
nokaa, though it is of rare occur
rences in Honolulu.
Somi; excitement was caused yes
terday by the appearance of a new
Hawaiian quarter which had the i ing
ot lead, but in no other way differed
from its fellows. It was examined
at both the banks, and weighed at
Bishop's, where it was found to be
lighter than a coin with tlio genuine
ring. It had been taken at Hint's
restaurant and the story spread that
a number of these spurious coins had
come by the Mariposa. Tho unfor
tunate coin, however, only Buffered
as many of thoso did -who started Iho
slory. It was cracked.
Osi: of Iho guesla at the hotel,
named Charles Keinpsler, look a
large dose-"of chimin on Monday
afternoon, fortunately without any
very soi ions effects. He had boon
living at Kohala for some time, and
leturnod (o Honolulu by the Maii
posa after a tiip to the Stales.
Tin: Sunbeam, Sir Thomas Bras
soy's well-known sleain yacht, ar
rived in Plymouth a few days ago
from the Azores, after a three
months' cruise with Sir Thomas and
Lady Brassoy and a large party.
The- Sunbeam has been to several
ports in the West Indies, and also to
La Guayra, whence she steamed to
Caracas, the capital of Venezuela.
While at Bermuda, Sir Thomas, in
his capacity as Civil Lord of the Ad
miralty, made an oll'icial inspection
of the dockyard. Lady Brassoy has
decided to publish a book on the
Mi:. Ralph Merry, of Quebec,
Canada, arrived in this city by the
Mariposa. His last visit was paid
nearly fifty-four years ago in the
whaler Hector, Captain Morse. The
only place that ho can recognize is
the falls, a short distance from
town. Mr. Merry left yesterday for
Hawaii, and will leave for San Fran
cisco by the Alameda. It is seldom
that we receive a visitor of so long
ago, and it is to be hoped that Mr.
Merry may pay us another visit
when another half century has
An order is being prepared for
some new books for the Public Li
brary at Government House. There
have been some valuable Works taken
from the library in the past, es
pecially books relating to this King
dom, some of which it is impossible
to purchase as they arc out of print.
The custodian of the library, re
cognizing the importance of preserv
ing copies of all such works, will be
glad if the parties, who borrowed
them, will kindly return them, as
they have already kept them long
enough to have perused them care
fully and ficquently.
cTvil "court" "
MONDAY, llTII l-T.Ii. 1881.
Wilder & Co. v. Ilaliole, deserting
contract of service, settled out of
G. Awana v. Ah Hong, G. Aio v.
Ah Hong, G. Awana v. Akini, re
manded to 25th Inst.
A. Morgan v. Win. Wand, as
sumpsit for $12.75 ; judgment con
fessed, costs SJ).
I. Dawson v. John Broad, assump
sit for 25, continued to 1 1 tli Inst.
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing
Co. v. Kunuiakea : Mr. Castle for
plaintiffs, Mr. Russell for defen
dant; plea of general issue, assump
sit for S 1951, continued t lltlt Inst.
Spaulding v. Koua, assumpsit for
$!!5, continued to 18th Inst.
Iley Leo Coy v. Keoki el, al, tres
pass, damages 550, continued to Mill
Conchcc and Kung Lee v. Frank
Davis, assumpsit for 7, discontin
ued. Makaalioa v. G. Buck, assumpsit
for $09.50, settled out of Court.
E. O. Hall & Sou v. A. B. Kerr,
action on balance duo on a promis
sory note, S12!5.20, withdrawn.
Xf AX EOKAItT,
"Watchmaker and Jeweler,
(MS No. (10 Fort Street.
Blmvaiiun TUell Telephone 4J.
npilH AIWOUHNEU Mculimr of tlio
I Stockholders of tliu Hawaiian
Jlidl Telephone (Jo., will be held on
THUIWDAY, FKIS. Mill t '-J ' -". at
tho St.Pi clary's oIIIcl- over HMioo S, CoV.
JJ.ink. .1. F. llltOWN.
(j:!0 21 Secretary, II. 11. T Co.
ENGLING & SMITH,
Til & Heel-Iron Worte
ItonfcvM and Gas Fillers.
All kinds of Tin-wnro icudy made
or iiiiulo to oruiT.
No. 54 : : King Street,
tf Oppodto Police Htulion. 0J5
QIX SPANS, biillublu for bridging ol
io lollliif: pnrppscH, or ship's fJiiiiw.
010 lin BYANVS UOAT IIOUSK.
ADIV1DKNO of IJ15 jier hliaio i.-i
now itayablo to BlocUhohlerH in
tho (Irovo Hunch Plantatiou Conipuny,
at tho olllce of
JOHN II. PATV,
033 3t b ikcrctniy,
WK II VV iC Jiift oriiul n Veiy line
:inilnn III of
DAMASK TABLE LINEN,
Direct from Bolfast, Ireland,
OF ALL SIZES TO SUIT,
AH Sizes of Dinner Tables
NAPKINS TO MATCH!
These Linens are the Finest
Ever impotted to Ibis Market, and wo
inil(! our Friends to inspect them.
G. W. Macfarlane & Go
012 tf b
Kx " ttpurtnn "
Best Anlhraeile Stove Coal
In casks of about 1200 Pound",
l?OIl S.U.U AT LOWEST ItAlKS IIY
527 Bin Castle & Cooke.
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y.
-S&v- TIIP. AIAfiNTPtnRNT
Smew and Elegant Steamships
MAHIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu and San
Francisco on the
1st and 15th of Each Month.
Passunokiis amy have their names
booked in advance by applying at the
oilicc of the agents.
Passengers by this line arc hereby un
titled that Uiey will be allowed 250 lbs
of baggage free by tho Overland Hall
way, when traveling 'Enil.
Excursion rickets for Round Trtp, $125,
good to leturn by any of the Company's
bteiuncrs within ninety days.
Mimcu.ixmsi: intended for shipment
by tltis line will be received free of
charge in tliu Company's New Ware
house and receipts issued for same.
Insurance on merchandise, whilst in
tho wnt chouse, will be at owner's lisle.
W.M. G. Iiiwin & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
The A 1 American Bark
.1. P. Crowley, - - Miihlcr.
Will leave for tho above Port on or about
Feb. I2th, 1S-81. For Freight and Passage
having fine accomodations, apply to
Cam'I.k & Cook, Agents.
Steam Navigation Company's
Will nut leulaily lor Konn :u:d Kim :
Li:avj:s Honolulu "at -1 r.ji. on
Jan. 2 J
Friday, Fob. 2-
Tuesday, Mar. 4
Tuesday, 31 ur. '2
Aiikiyks at Honolulu at 5 p.m.
Friday, Jan. 18
Tuesday, Jau. 12!)
Friday, Fob. 8
Tuesday, Feb. l'J
Fiiday, Fob. 20
TucmIiiv, Jlur. 11
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at IS ).ni., for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Kleole,
and Wniiueii, Kauai. Hetuining, leaves
Nawiliwili every Sutuiday evening.
Tho Jamos Makoo,
Leaves Honolulu every Thursday
at 3 p.m. for ICiipuii and Kilaue.i, He.
turning, leaves Kniiiii every Tuofcilay at
1 p-ni., anil touching at "Wnlnue, both
Tho C. R. Bishop,
imvib, ... - Commander.
Leaves Honolulu evory Tuesday
at -1 p.m. Tor KiiUullmele, Iluiiokan and
Paauhiin. Holuriiing niiives nl Honolulu
every Hiiuduy morning.
sfeSi King, Cuininiindei,
leaves Ilonolulii each TucMlay at
4 p.m., touching at Laliuiiia, Man
laca Jlay, JSlaheiiu, Muliukoim, Kh
walliao, Laupahoclioo and Hilo.
Returning, will touch at all the
alovi' portH, arriving at Honolulu
each Kutiiiday afifrnooii.
Till'. 1'AbT 8AII.INO
will run icgularly
TO WAIALUA KVKHY MONDAY,
Heturning on Thursday, weather
For freight or p.iwigo apply to tlio
Captain on board, or to
181 A. F. Cooki:, Agent.
aYrl S W3
My Elegant Assortment of Hew Goods
hcbTlt'd ! v nu c'f in I'm, i I, mtlnn, mdJNVw Yo"k,
Are lw Open and Ready for Inspection
A.IN t WAXjIO, :tml fompj'iwo
Never befotr iiitroluced here, among which will be found!
Entirely Wow Patterns in
Ladies', Misses', ill Glireii's Boots mill Sloes.
C2T .rusT sun my "$&
Elegant Paris Made French Kid Gaiters,
l)o no; fail to see the
New Styles ami Colors hi Liulios' niul Misses' Silk,
Lisle, ami Balbriggan Hose.
XLVW STYLES OV LADIES' PUItSKS, in IVncock, llluc, Old Gold, and
Mai ooa Plush, &c, A:c., itc.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Cent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
It ia not nccesary for nic to enumerate the niiuy new gcols low
introduced by mc here, but tho
Ladies are invited to call and judge for themselves.
Honolulu, Nov. '2'2, 1SSIJ. 215
Kennedy el Co's Bulletin of New Goods !
To arrive by Steamer " Mariposa "
Fiesh n.iltimoic Oysleis in Tins (something line)
Frc-di Ilaltimoic OyMcis in shells, (logo and luscious,) f "
Ficsh Columbia Hive: Silmon,
A Dainty Fresh Celery, (just lie thing,) ,
THE A1JOVU AM. ON" ICE
Fresh California Apples in Jo.o,
Fresh California Peats,
Another lot of those Fine Humboldt Potatoes.
Call carli and leave ioitr orders at
Kennedy & Co-,
Popular Grocery, Piovision and Pro luce Store, 07 & CO Hotel street.
Ki:XXK1Y A. "o. will imi'k their l-'rculi (JooiIh on Ire, ho nu to keen
ami Nliip to any i:iil of (ho islamt.
Telephone 240. C19
MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hingo Cap.
A Large Assorlinent 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, Circulaif, etc., apply to
C. O. IJEltGER, General Agent,
510 if b
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINES. .
This Wi-U-ki own .Machine ih now used at tliu Hoya) Palace, Hawaiian Hotel,
JIusic Hull, and a iiumlu'i' of prhato resilience-", giving entiro satisfaction every,
It Is tho inot economical Machine in uie, easily managed and automatic in Its
I can furnish fiom a '20 Light to a 103!) Light Machine, binnllcr sl.es constantly
- GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Calalonucs Prices, olc, apply to
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
Ml tf u HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
jj13 si Cord.
Apply nt tho Oillcu of tho
PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co,
Comer Nuiianu nml Queen Mrcels
P. 0. Box 297.
fF YOUH IIOltSK IS BIOIC or LAME,
JL or any way out of order, cull on A
T. H.VKUIt, at Cnjit. .1. O. Gluney's stables-
corner of Queen li Punchbowl 8t.
Z3J llieaUiug horses to saddle or car
ilago a specialty. -120 ly
fpri Honolulu iron wohkb,
SgStcain engines, tugar mills, boil
ei, coolers; iron, brats and lead cast
ings; machinery of every di-bcrlption
niadu to older. PaiUcuhir attention puid
to nliip's black Hinitlung. Job work exe
cuted al slioit notice, I