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OCEANIC S. S. CO.
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. .Leaves Honolulu, Kcli. loth
..Leaves Honolulu. Mar. M.
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
Kill AUOKLANl AM) BVDN'KY:
City of Sydney On Fob. SDnl
KOll BAN ritANCISCO.
Austruliu... On Foil. 17th
Diamond Head. Feb. M. :!)() 11.111
Light N. E. wind.
SUnr C l Hishop from IlnnmUun
Slinr iMokolil from Kool-m
Stmr Likclikc for windward ports
Schr Hnlcnknla for l'cpcckoo
Stmr Kilauea Hon for Kiiliului
Sohr Jennie for Wnimcn
Bk Belle Isle for Humboldt
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Stmr Mariposa for San Francisco
Ship Aberyswith Cnstle for Portland
Stmr Lelnia for Molokni & Maui
Stmr C 11 Bishop for Ilamakua
Stmr Mokolii for Koolau
Schv Mana for Hononnt
From Ilamakua per C It Bishop,
Feb. 11 It T Itichard, Mr Aid, tf
Chinese and 0 deck.
From Kahului per Kilauea Hon,
Feb. 11 W II Bailey and wife, Mr
"Wcntworth, A Gartenbcrg, It Sui,
For Kahului per Kilauea IIou Feb.
14 Mr "Wcnthworth, "W II Bailey,
C. AV. Gray, Mrs. Capt Ilobron,
VESSELS IN PORT.
II. T.lt.M's llasboyuik, IliUebraudt
S. S. Mariposa, Capt. Howard
Ship Abcrystwlth Castle, Han is
Blc lolanl, Garrls
Bk Kale, Kothius
Uk Ceylon, Uarhtow
15k Ohio, Kobins
ltlg Hiimo Kioin Due
S. S. City of Sydney, Australia, Feb. i!G
S. S. Australia, San PiancUco, Feb. 17
Ger. Uk. Splca, Brcmcm Due
Brit. 15k. Birman, Glasgow, April 5
Am. Tern D. S. Williams, Humboldt,
Am. 15k. F. S. Thompsqn, Kahului, Due
Urit. 15k. Clan Grant, Liverpool, April
Am. 15k. Abbio Carver, New York Ap. 25
Am. Schr. Anna, San Fran., Feb
Am. 15k. Calbarlcn, San Pr.m., Feb
The O. It. Bishop brought 2,330 bags
'Die Kilauea IIou sailed yesterday for
Kahului. She will return Sunday morn
ing. The ship Abcrystwlth Castle sails to
day for Portland Or. She takes from
this port -105 hogs of sugar, CO caes of
molasses, 141 bbls of molasses, and 2
bales of canvas. Total domestic value
Stmr. Lchmi brought 2fi52 bags of
sugar. She sails to-day and expects to
return on Tuesday.
The Pelo went on the -Marino Hallway
yctcrday for repairs.
A new lug boat is to be built for the
Stmr .Mokolii liro. 1100 bgs augur.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Ri:cki;its arc required for tlie
Mounted Police Force.
Cnisi'iNi has gone to Wailuku lo
instruct Mr. Cornwell's band.
A heavy southerly swell bus been
rolling in for the last few days.
A fish story beats n snake story
by a good ccl.-TVoyio's Co. Times.
Tin: Stmr Lehua will leave this
afternoon at 1 o'clock for Maui and
Tin; youth who waltzes well is the
one who leads the whirled. JSrew
Tin: name of Mr. John Russell
should not have appeared yesterday
anion" the non-voters.
Evr.nv member of the Masonic or
other lodges should read "Too Many
Degrees" on the fourth page.
Pkoitssou W. 1). Alexander, who
was a non-voter at the election in
Honolulu, was at Molokai at the
FintTiir.u complaints have reached
us, from tourists to the volcano, of
the mismanagement of the Volcano
House at Kilauea, Hawaii.
Tin; store, lately occupied by the
California Furniture Co., is being
iltled up for Messrs. Ilyman Bros.,
who move in on 1st April.
Among the passengers' leaving to
day by the Mariposa, nro Colonel
and Mrs. Sprockets, Dr. Saxo, Mrs.
J. Kirkland, Mrs. P. J. Phillips and
Mr. K, L. Harvey.
iJx,.l'jJJ. . iCViL-'iiiai.i-lAxJfkiiH.-j r-iA'tvii'j-s.utAmti. , j? 'JKfin, s'
Found A sum of monoy. Ow
ner can obtain it, by proving proper-
lpplication lo A. YV. IVhco
Oh, Papa, you ought lo see the
nice picture frames they make at
10!t King si., "and so
A Ciiint.si:, Boy, reads antlwiites
English well, wante a situation in a
mercantile house. Address "Chinese
Boy" this ofllcc. C33 lw.
Foixd. The place lo have Picture
Frames and Cornices liuule lo order,
at reasonable prices, King Bros.,
10!) King si., between Fort and Ala
kca. 032 lw.
Mil. Cowdry, whoanived hereby
tin Wx G. Irwin' on a trip for his
health, died yesterday morning, lie
had intended to return to the Coast
by the Mariposa.
His Majesty's carriage was mis
taken for a hack yesterday morning
by one of our prominent citizens,
who however evacuated as soon as
he discovered his mistake.
Mr.Asi.r.s and scarlatina are said lo
bo prevalent in town, there being
cases of the latter on School Street
and of the former at Kawaiahao Se
minary. Mnssns. Lyons & Levey hold their
regular cash sale to-day. The goods
to bo offered consist of furniture,
manila cigars, salmon, (lour, gro
ceries and a good mare.
" Tm;i:i: cases of drunkenness
comprised the Police Court busi
ncss " on Wednesday, said our daily
contemporary. Nine cases were on
Tin: grass still grows luxuriantly
on Richard Street, outside the Pa
lace walls. It has the peculiarities
of a vine and is slowly but surely
creeping up the walls, which, in
time, will be concealed from view
and covered with brilliant verdure.
Basi'-uat.l valentines seemed to be
the most plentiful. One was sent to
us which was most complimentary,
as it told us we inquired into every
thing that needed being inquired
into, ancl that, when news was scarce,
we had the unusual faculty of being
able to invent news.
An important sale of real estate in
Kohala has been announced to take
place at the room of Messrs. Lyons
6 Levey on 8th March. The pro
perty, which is in three lots, com
prises over two hundred acres, and
is to be sold by order of the mortga
gee, Mr. Charles J. Fishel.
Tin: Punahou and AVnikiki bus
made a trip lo Nuiianti valley on
"Wednesday afternoon. The secre
tary to the Board of Immigration
had lo run frantically to catch it, as?
ho was looking out for the old fami
liar Nuiiami sign and allowed the
stranger lo pass him.
Tin: Kinau, on her last trip, ar
rived at Lahaina in t hours, 55 min
utes ; including a delay there of 22
minutes she reached Maalaca Bay in
7 hours 20 minutes from Honolulu.
The Planter left' on the same after
noon and was 7 hours 58 minutes
going to Maalaca Bay direct. Vic
tory for the Kinau by one hour.
Only 112 Valentines were distri
buted yesterday by carrier and half
of these were only addressed Hono
lulu, consequently they are likely to
"get left" in the Post Otllce. Aniong
them was a letter without any Valen
tino which is consequently Iho first
letter delivered by carrier in Ilono
lulu. It was written by Miss Fillc
brownc to well, never mind.
At Ilonokaa on Saturday evening
while the steamer C. R.'Bishop was
on her way to Kukuihaelc one of the
sailors had his arm broken by the
falling of a block. The Captain im
mcdiatly put back to Ilonokaa, and
Dr. Greenfield went on board and
set the arm. A strong southerly
gale has been blowing on the Huma
kua coast this week.
The bark Ohio was detained on
Wednesday by order of Colonel
Allen, the Collector General of
Customs. When the Ohio was here
last spring, she took threo llawaiians
among her crew and gavo bonds for
their snf.c return. As they have not
been returned suit will bo brought
against the Ohio to recover the
amount of the bonds, and in the
meantime she Is not allowed lo sail,
A tram belonging lo Mr. YV. II.
Bailey, which was left unattended
on Iho wharf ycsteiduy, became
frightened by the whistle of the
Kilauea Jlott and went through n
circus entertainment with the car
riage on one, I wo and three wheels.
Tin: Kilauea llou lettiiued front
Kahului yesterday moi ning. On her
arrival Ihcio it was discovered that
Mrs. Gray was seriously ill, and the
steamer was sent back lo Honolulu
for her daughters, Mrs. Ilolborn and
Miss Gray, and her son, Mr. Charles
Tin: long sharp point, supposed
to be at the north-west of Molokai,
exists only on the maps. It was
placed on the Centennial map in ac
cordance with an old survey, but
Professor Alexander, who has been
recently engaged in making a fresh
survey of the locality, finds that
about a mile of this point, as dor
signatcd in the map, is not in exis
tence and that the point referred to
Mr.ssns. Frank and Cecil Brown
expect shortly to sec that they have
been enrolled on the government
side. It would be a good thing for
the government if they could enlist
the Messrs. Brown on their side.
The fact that some of the represen
tatives have been assisted by govern
ment olllcials on the other islands
docs not show that they arc govern
ment men, for there arc many "olll
cials" who arc strongly opposed to
the present administration. "Ob
server's" argument docs show that
the government expects to be sup
ported by its "oflicials," and docs
not wish them to have opinions of
TiiunsuAY, ri:n. 1 Itii 188-1.
Kcaukalani, was sentenced to six
days hard labor for drunkenness, he
being an old offender.
Kanaina and Ilakuania, (w) plea
ded guilty to a charge of adultery
and were fined $30 and $15 respec
tively. Costs $ 1 each.
TIIUIISDAT, I I'll. l'lTII 1881.
Macfarlane & Co. v. Sam "Richard,
deserting contract of service, settled
out of Court.
T. Dawson v. John Board, as
sumpsit foi $25, claim for breaking
and feeding a horse, judgment for
defendant and costs $1. 10.
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing
Co. v. A. Kunuiakca, assumpsit for
Slfltl. Judgment for plaintiffs $198
38, Attorney's commission $12-10
and costs $1.-15. Appeal noted lo
the Intermediary Court.
Lyons & Levey v. A. Kunuiakca,
assumpsit for $115. Mr. Itusscll for
defendant, continued to 18th Inst.
G. Waller v. A. Kunuiakca, as
sumpsit for $51, continued.
Ah Fat v. J. D. IJamsoy, action
for trespass, damages $.'!(). Con
tinued to 21st Inst.
S. J. Levey & Co. v. Simon K.
Kaai, assumpsit for $50.50, con
tinued to 18th Inst. '
Hey Lee Coy v. Kcoki ct al, tres
pass, damages $50, continued to 18th
Couchce & Achat v. K. Lacy, as
sumpsit for $1.75. Settled out of
Court. Costs S3.
General Insurance Company.
For Sea, Rivor and Landtransport ol
HAYING established nn Aiicncy at
Honolulu for thu Hawaiian
Ishimls', thu 11uricrhlpiLMlGcucr.il Agents
mo nuthoii.ccl lo tiiUo
Risks against the danger of the Seas at
iho most Reasonable Rates, and on llio most
P. A. SOHAKFEK & Co.
Agent for the llinvuilnn Islands.
0:i7 lw h
T AX EOKART,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
0.W No 00 Fort Street.
ENGLING & SMITH, '
Tia & M-ton Workers
Hoofers ami Gas Fitters.
All kinds of Tin-ware ready made
or mndo to order.
Wo. 54 : : Kipg Street,
tf Opposite Police .Station. 035
SIX SI'AK.S, Miitnljlo for. bridging or
lollhin purpose?, or ship's tpars.
010 lm UYAN'S UOAT HOUSE.
.'.., .. A-.&&
VVK II YVKjusl ler-civv.l a vciyjlne
T ii-siM'lmciil nf
DMK TABUS URN,
Direct from Bolfast, Ireland,
OP ALL SIZES TO 8UIT,
All Sios ol' Dinner Tables
NAPKINS "io" MATCH!
These Linens are the Finest
Ever imported to this Market, ami we
invito our Friends to Inspect them.
G. W. Macfarlane & Co
Stove Coal ! Stove Coal !
Kx ' Simrtnn "
Best Anthracite Stove Coal
In casks of about 1200 Pound,
Eon S.vi.h at Lowlst Paths iiy
527 3m Castle & Cooke.
A DIVIDEND of $15 per share is
now payable to Stockholders in
the Grove Ranch Plantation Com pan),
til the olllce of
OH:' 3t b Secretary,
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y.
ife Tin.-" UAnTCTVinrcNT
new and Elegant Steamships
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave-Honolulu and San
Fianciseo on the
1st and 15th of Each Month.
I'ASSUxanus may hao their names
bookcel in advance by applying at the
olllce of the agents.
Passengers by this line aie heicby no
tilled that they will bo nllowed 2,10 lbs
of baggage free by the Ovcilanri Hail
way, when traveling East.
Excursion Tickets for Round Trip, $125,
good to return by any of the Company's
bteamors within ninety days.
Mi'iicitAxmsn intended for shipment
by this line will bo received free of
charge in the Company's New Wme
hoiibu and icceipls issued for same.
IsfeUitANCi: on merchandise, whilst in
the warehouse, will be at owner's lisk
Wm. G. Iuwin & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
Steam Navigation Company's
mails " - Commander,
Will run ivf-.iri.irly lor Komi and Kim
Li:.vvi:s Honolulu at 1 im. on
Fiiday, Feb. 22
Tuesday, JIar, -l
Friday, Mar. M
Tuesday, Mar. 25
AititivKB at Honolulu at 5 r.si.
Friday, Jan. 18
Tuesday, Jan. 2!)
Friday, Fob. 8
Tuesday, Feb. 11)
Friday, Feb. 20
Tuesday, .Mar. 11
Piidny, Mar. 21
cameuok, - - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu cvory Tuesday
nt 5 p.m., for Niiwllhvili, Koloa, Elude,
and Wnlmcii, Kauai. Helurnin(j, leaves
Nuwillwili every Saturday evening.
The James Makoe,
Loaves Honolulu cvory Thursday
at !1 p.m. for Kapaa and Kilauea. He
turning, leaves Kauai every Tuesday ill
1 p'lii., mid tuudiing ut 'Wahiae, both
The C. E. BiBhop,
Davis, ... - CommiiiiriLT.
Loavos Honolulu every Tuesday
nt 1 p.m. for Kukiilhaide, JliinnUim and
I'aauhau. Itoturuliui arrived ut Honolulu
every .Sunday morning.
Iiciivl-h Honolulu pitch Tuesday ut
1 p.m., touching at Eiihuina, Mnu
lueii Hay, Mahenii, Mnhukoua, Kit
waibiie, Eiuipahnehoo and llllo.
Returning, will touch nt all the
alovi. ports, urrlvlnu nt Honolulu
each Katuiday utternoon.
THi: 1'AfaT BA1LINO
will run logularly
TO WAIALUA EVEHY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on bouid, or to
181 A. F. Cookk, Agent.
My Elegant Assortment of Hew Goods
oHccti'il by m elf in P.ni , bin. Iun, ntulJN'v Yo-k,
Are lw Opn and
Never I o fore tiitroriurcil hwe, among which will he found
Entirely Now Patterns in
LaMes', Misses', iii Clilirei's Boob mill Slioes.
C3T JUST SEE MY -a
Elegant Paris Made French Kid Gaiters,
Do not fall to see the
New Styles and Colors in Ladies' and Misses' Silk,
Lisle, and Balbriggan Hose.
NEW STYLES OP LADIES l'UUSES, in Peacock, Blue, Old Gold, and
Mnroon Plush, iVc., &c., Ac.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Cent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
It is not necessary for me to enumerate the many new goo Is now
introduced by me here, but the
Ladies are invited to call and judge for themselves.
Honolulu, Nov. y2, 1SSS. 215
Kennedy & Co's Bulletin of New Goods !
To arrive by Steamer " Mariposa"
Piesh llaltimoic Oysters in Tins (something line)
Prcsh llallimore Oysters in shells, (laigc and luscious)
Piebh Columbia llivcr Silmon,
A D.unly Fresh Celery, (just the thing,)
THE AIJOVE AUOX ICE
Fresh California Apples in llovcs,
Piesh California Penis,
Another lot of those Pine Humboldt Potatoes.
Call carli and leave ijouv orders at
Kennedy & Co.,
Popular Grocery, Provision and Produce Store, 07 & CD Hotel street.
Hi:'.1',IIY A. Co. will iinck llu'lr l'ren!i ;oiIn on Ire, ho uh to keep
and Klilp (o any imrt ol'llic InIiiihIh.
Telephone 240. (ilO
MAGNEALS & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Insido Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
Era-. Ji- vmm
iP-ffl IRK -fife H :tHIIIil
A Large Assortment ol" 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
O. O. ISERGEIt, General Agent,
510 if b HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
SPRIMFIELD GAS MACHINES.
This"W'll-UnoWn Machine Is now ut-eri at the ltovnl Palace, Hawaiian Hotel,
Music Hall, and a uumlkTof private icsideiiees, giving entire biitisfnctlon every,
It is the moil economical Machine In life, easily managed mid automatic in its
I can furnish fioin a 20 Lighl to a 1000 Light Machine, tumllcr si.es constantly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply to
O. O. BERGrER, Sole Agent,
r.r.4 tf b
IN QUANTITIES TO Sl'IT,
$13 n Oovtl.
Apply nt the Olllco of the
PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co.
Comer Nuuaiiu and Queen streets
mMc&mii, j&. '
Ready for Inspection
P. 0. Box 297.
TF YOUU HORSE IS SICK or LAME,
J. or any way out of order, call on A
T. HAKEIt, at Capt. J. O. Clunoy's bUi-bio.-
comer of Queen ifc I'uuehbowl sts.
E3l?"lbe.ilsing horses to saddle or car
Hugo a specialty. 4-0 ly
T-TrMni.ni.TT InnM XTriTirn
Steam cuuiucH. bimar mills, boil.
ciit, eoolcrs; iron, bra8 and lead east
ings; machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention paid
to khipV black smithing. Job work exe
cuted at bhurt notice. 1
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