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MONDAY, VKU. 13, 18SJ.
OCEAUICS. S. CO.
l'Oll HJJ I'ltAM'tHO.
Mulipoirt. . . . Lciw-. IImiuIuIu, Feb, l.'tli
Alameda... .Leave Honolulu, Mm. 1 I.
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
roll LTKI.N'I AND 9I)N1'.V:
Oily nf Sydney On Full. 2!!nl
rou san niANcii-co.
Austialla On Feb. 17lh
Dinmoiiil Hcnil, Full. 18, (i:;;() u.m
Light S. 15. wind.
Nothing in sight.
Stmr Khmti from windward port
Slmr Jus Mukce from Kauai
Selir Wnilelo from Mnliko
Schooner Anna, from S. Francisco
"Steamer Iwnliini, from Kauai
Schooner Itob Hoy, from Koolau
Schooner Lnlca, from Kolialu
Schooner Knuikcnouli, fin. Ilonokaa
Schooner Ka Moi, fm. Lniipnhoclioo
Stmr Australia from Australia
Slmr Lohna from Maui
Schr Klinkai from Waialusi
Schr Mmy Alice from Molokai
Sliii) Abcryswilli Castle for Portland
Stmr Kilaiica lion for Kahnlui
Schr Wailelc for Maliko
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Stmr Jas Makcc for Kauai
Stmr Australia for S F. at 1 1
Frrfin windward ports, per Kinau,
Feb 10 M P Jones, A A Littles &
wife, Akiona, wife & child, J Costa,
Mrs Ward, O T Sliipman, O Irvine,
Chan Chuck, "W L Green Jr, Geo
Sandcrman, Bishop Willis & wife, C
S Kynucrsley- & wife, J Bigneel, II
Beel, II Cornwall, P N Makcc, Capt
Haley, W Y Horner Jr, Miss M A
Horner, Miss S Horner, 15 C
For Kahnlui per Kilauca Hon Feb
10 Capt Hobron, W 15 Rowcll and
From Kauai & Waianao per Jas
Makcc Feb 10 W J Br.unliall, B
Norton, .1 Chinese & 15 deck.
From Kahnlui per Kilauca Hon
Feb 10 J A Palmer, E C Winston,
J B Burton, I N Shaw and 15 deck.
jrroni San Francisco per Anna,
Feb 17th N Christopher, wife and
child, Mr Mulhcndrof.
From Kauai per Iwalani Feb 17
J L Kanlukou, P Neumann & son,
S B Dole, W I. "Wilcox, G Titcomb,
A Robertson, S MDnidsou, JW
Kalua, J Kapcna, 30 deck.
SHIPPING NOTES. .
The schr Clnus Spruikels, dipt. E. P.
Drew, left Kuliului on Feb. 1 llli with
0,51)0 lugs sugar, 1 hag collec, 253 hides,
5 bov personal effects and 10 pair car
riage wheels. Total value sJ4!),2 15.3S.
Passcngcis: 3Hss L. Walker, F.Endcrs,
C. McCully and 1. Neir-e.
Slmr. Kinau brought 2000 ligs sugar,
20 calves, 23G hides, 7 bales goat sMns,
18 bales wool, 1 hoikc.
Slmr Jas. Makeo bro'l '.'fl7(i ligs sugar.
Schr Watlolo bio'l 12f)2 ligs sugar.
The Iolaui i-. docked at the esplanade
lo ullug for San Fiancisco.
The Ivil.iue.i IIou irttirned to Kahulu1
The Ceylon is laUi'ig in.balla-.t. She
will sail in about I wo woehs, probably
At Ilaniakiia-poko, Maui, on the 11th
Instant, the wife of .las, Cowan, a Ron.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Band will play this evening,
at Emma Square at 7:30.
Tin: Wish King and the Mystic
Man arc on the fourth page.
Tiimti: was only one case of
drunkenness at the Police Court on
Tun Humane Society's oillcor
might examine the knees of the horse
in hack 172.
Tin: Kinau nvorngert thirteen
knots an hour, while steaming, on
her lust intcr-ishuul trip.
Tho trash tramway and elevator
at 1'aiuilmu Mill were burnt on tho
Hlh Instant. Damage very Might.
Mill stopped for two days.
Tim; 11ui.m:tin was lo tho front on
.Saturday, issuing its extra, witli an
account of the railway accident on
Maui, about two, hours before the
A HuiMiiN'O is being erected at tho
Branch Leper Hospital for. the ac
commodation of such patients as can
afford to pay towards their support,
that they may have more comfortable
homes and the best of ciuo and attention.
A Ciiint.si:, Hoy, readq and writes
English well, wants a situation in a
nieicantile house. Address "Chinese
Hoy" this ofllcc. i)'M 1v.
AW. aio small llsh in the pool, but
wo can, and will do Picture Framing,
inakc Cornices, etc., nl pi ices never
heard of in this cily before. King
Uros, 101) King St. 0S lw 2.
It is necessary for those in need
of Window Cornices, Picluio Frames
or Koom Moulding, at very reason
able prices, to call on King llros.,
No. 100 King St., bet. Fort and Ala
kca Sts. 038 lw 2.
"Wiiun Mr. Levey was selling fur
Mr. Adams at auction on Saturday
he offered a sovereign for sale. Only
half a dollar was bid for it and the
article was withdrawn.
Tint four Foreign Representa
tives, residing in Honolulu, each
received, on Saturday af lei noon, a
letter, signed by foreigners, calling
their attention to the existence of
leprosy on these islands, and asking
tlicin lo endeavor lo consider if, by
joint action, they could assist, by
recommendations or otherwise, in
preventing the spread of the disease
or causing the segregation of lepers.
Call nd sec the large red bat at
Oats. It is alive.
The Australia arrived at the wharf
at 2 a.m. She has 'J steerage pas
sengers for Honolulu and 11. "i in
transit. She leaves at 11 o'clock;
the following passengers arc booked,
T Jeffrey. SW May, 15 Peck, Dr
Landaw, A Herbert, S J Koch, Mr
and 2 Misses Horner, Miss McTn
tyrc, Mr St Clair.
A iiKi'oiiT lias been circulated that
there arc a number of native childi en
at St. Alban's College. This is not
the case. The principal lias always
insisted that children admitted to
the college should bring a medical
certificate as to their immunity fiom
disease, and this rule is still enforced,
lie moreover expressed his willingness
to submit his pupils at any time to
such medical examination as may be
ordered by the Board of Health.
Oxi: of the latest on dils is that a
new tug boat is to be built for the
Government. The .steamer is to be
150 feet long, 30 feet beam with 10
feet depth of hold, and to have com
pound engines, with an average
speed of fourteen knots an hour.
The tug, it is also said, can be used
as a gun boat in case of trouble with,
say for instance, a British man-of-war
on the Madras business. A
good tug boat is wauled, but a gun
boat would be as useful as the new
Tiik Honolulu Almanac and Di
icctory for 18S1 lias just been issued
by the proprietors of the P. C. Ad
vertiser. It contains " an astronom
ical, civil and ecclesiastical calendar,
an otlicial and business directory,
with full statistical and general in
formation relating to the Hawaiian
Islands." The repoit of Mr. A.
Grip on the condition of the Swedish
and Norwegian laborers on these is
lands, a resume of the past year
and a biographical sketch of His
Majesty aic some, among other, in
Uui.i: five of the Agricultural So
ciety states that the horticultural
exhibits " must have been raised,
manufactured or grown in this coun
try, and by the exhibitor." If an
amateur lias purchased plants fioin a
professional gardncr ho cannot ob
tain a prize- as he lias not " raised"
tliein, although the piofcssional
gives up all right lo Mich plants
when he sells them. Hut few ama
teurs "raise" plants. No distinc
tion is mado between professionals
and tunsilciirs, and the latter com
plain thereat, and say that they will
not take the trouble to send tlieir ex
hibits to the show knowing that they
have "no show" against nursery
men anil professional gaulcncrs.
There bhould bo separate classes.
A CMIOICU LOT Ol'
"15 A. S. OLKUIlOUNAi CO.
rnilK third assessment of sJL'.fiO per
JL Miiuo of tins Capital tilocU of iho
.Mutual Telephone Co., is due THIS
DAY, mid payable tit my olllc o.
Treasiucr .Muluil Telephone Co.
Honolulu, I'jl). I,lfc81. OW
BACitr.i.ous Beware. This is Leap
Year, and, in tliu interests of the fair
sex, it lias been proposed that u list
of all bachelors in the Kingdom
should be published, with statistics
showing the valuo and location of
their loal estate, or their "poilablc
propel ty" which lias not been de
posited willi "my uncle." A per
sonal description of each eligible
young man, with his ways, habits
and industries, if any, must bo given
in crdcr to make the statistics of
ical matrimonial worth.
Maiisiiai, Parke got an order from
the Supieme Com ton Friday after
noon to sell the salmon belonging to
the estate of Mr. McCandlcss. The
Marshal retailed kits, at the fish
market, at SI each, although it was
in a condition unlit for human food.
One gentleman present telephoned to
Mr. Brown, agent' of the Board of
Health, to inspect the stuff, but un
foitunatcly Mr. Brown was not at
home The natives said it was only
fit "lo be thrown into the sea."
There were but few buyers as no
notice of the sale had been given,
and, in the interest of .the creditors
this should have been done As the
salmon had been kept for ucaily six
weeks, an cxtia day would have
made but little difference in its
quality, and might have, by an an
nouncement of the sale, added a
larger sum lo the estate.
A Good Pasture for Horses,
. ? JJlIAIt TOWN.
.'.& . I Inmiire to
A. A. MONTANO.
AT KAPIOLANI l'AUIC,
Is the Favorite Suhurhan
It is open Every Day
Cm always bn supplied, as well as
Fresh Air m the Country.
r,4 lin Piopriclor.
THE OLD CORNER
IIaut Bnos., : : Proprietors.
Rfl E ALS
Served up ill llrst-el.iss style at all hours
Open from 2 a. in. to 10 p. m.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&C, ite. Also,
feed Xjriiil I
THU WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
(',- r Minn.
TO Till'. K1III.NT
18 NOW OPEN !
Tho icpiitiition of the above-named
establishment lor Superior Meals is well
known, and requites no fiutlier com.
meat. !19 lin b
General Insurance Company.
For Sea, River and Undtransport of
HAVIXfi ehlabllslicd an Atrcnoy nl
Honolulu for tho Hawaiian
Islands, the undcrMncd General Agents
nre authorized to take
Risks against tho danger of Iho Seas at
liio most Reasonable Rales, and on Ilio most
F. A. .SCIIAnFKH&Co.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
0:17 lw b
A ,J AX EOKART,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
(i3,"i No no Poitsticci
ENGLING & SMITH,
Tin & SliGet-lroi Worker
Itool'ers and das Titters.
All kinds of Tin-win u ic.idy muilo
or made to order.
No. 54 : : King Street,
tf Opposite Police Station. OH
SIX SI'AHS, suitable for liriilgln or
inlllii),' purio5es, or hIiIji's hjiars.
010 lm KYAN'H 110AT 1IOU.SI3.
J l'. II.W V, J ml tecehcl n eiy line
II l llllllll III irl
DAMASK TABLR LINEN,
Direct from Belfast, Iroland,
OP ALL sizes to suit,
All Sizes of Dinner Tables
NAPKINS TO MATCH!
These Linens are the Finest
Kver inn orted to this Market, and we
invite our Friends to Inspect tliein.
G. W. Macfarlanc & Co
Stove Coal ! Stove Coal !
l!x " Simrtaii "
Best Anthracite Stove Coal
In easks of about 1200 Pounds,
Foil Sai.i: at Lowi:sr It.vrr.s isy
o27 3m Castle & Cooke.
A DIVIDEND ot s?lfi per shine is
now payable to Stockholder in
the Giove llancli Plantation Company,
at the olllee ot
(i:)ii 3t b Secretary.
Oceanic Steamship Oonip'y.
5Ei the magnificknt
new mid Eleg.iiitSle.iinships
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
"Will leave Honolulu nnd San
Fiancisco on the
1st and 15tli of Each Month.
l'Assr.xor.ns may have their names
booked in advance by apph ing at the
olllee of the agents.
Passengers by this line arc hereby no
tified that they will be allowed SflO lbs
of baggage fice by tho Ovciland Hall
way, when traveling Fast.
Excursion Tickets for Round Trip, $125,
good to return by any of the Company's
bteamer-. within ninety days.
Mmtcit.VNDisi: intended for shiptnent
by this line will bo received fiee of
charge in the Company's New "Wine
house and receipts issued for same.
Insuuanci: on merchandise, whilst in
the warehouse, will bo at owner's risk.
Wm. G. law in & Co., "
Agents, O. H. S. Co.
Steam Navigation Company's
Will inn iLt,ularly fr Koim anil Ivan
I.K.vvr.s Honolulu at 1 r.si. ox
Fiidny, .Ian. 11
Tuchdny, .Ian. ii
Friday, Fob. 1
Fliday, Feb. 2i
TncMlay, .Mar. -1
Fliday, Mar. M
Tueiday, Mar. 25
Tuesday, FlIi. 1U
Aitiavus at Honolulu at 5 i.m.
Friday, Jan. 18
Tuelny, Jan. 21)
Friday, Feb. 8
Tuesday, Fob. lit
Fildav, Feb. 29
Tuesday, .Mar. 11
Fliday, Mar. 21
camkuo.v, - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Kolo.i, Elccle,
and Waimea, Kauai. Hetiirnine;, leaves
Xawlliwill every Saturday evening.
t Tho Jamos Makoo,
Leaves Honolulu every Thursday
at it p.m. for Kapaa and Kilauca. He
lurniug, leaves Kauai every Tuesday at
1 mu., and loitchine; at "Walnae, bolh
The C. It. Bishop,
Leaves Honolulu every Tuosday
nt -1 ji.in. for KiiUiiiliaele, HonoKim and
Piiiiulmii. Hotuiiiiusaiine'. at Honolulu
eveiy Sunday iiiorniiig
MsL Kliur. Cominander,
Leaves Jlonoliilu each Tuesday lit
1 p.m., tpuclilr.tf ut Lulittliiii, Mna
lneu Hay, Mukoiiu, Miiliulcona, Kit
wulliiie, l.uupiilinelioo uitil Hilo.
HeturuiiiKi will touch ut nil thft
iilove ports, arriving nt Honolulu
eaeli Saturday afternoon.
Tin: KAbT saii.imj
will run inguliiiry
TO WAIALUA V.VVMY MONDAY,
Hetiirnliig on ThurMlay, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
181 A. F. Cooub, Agent.
My Elegant Assortment of Hew Goods
Silecleil liv niyelf in P'iu I. nlo , iml.'e Yorl,,
Are If Op and Ready for Inspection
A.IV I) SAJ-ilO, mid ((inipriso
Nevei before introduced here, among which will lie found
Entirely Now Patterns in
Ladies', Missus', li Gliilflren's Boils nil Shoes.
car just seii my -osa
Elegant Paris Made French Kid Gaiters,
Do not fail to see the
Is'ew Styles and Colors in Iadies' and Misses' Silk,
.Lisle, and Balhriygan Hose.
NKW STYLUS OK LADIKS' I'UHSBS, in lVacock, Uluc, Old Gold, :iml
Mai oou l'lusli, A:c., ice, &c.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Gent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
It is not iicpf"s:iry for me to enuiner.ite the many new ico Is now
introduced bymeheie, but the
Ladies are invited to call and judge for themselves,
Honolulu, Nov. S3, 1SS!!.
Kennedy k Go's Bulletin of New Goods !
To jirvive by Steamer " Maviitosii "
Fiesb llaltimore Oysteis in Tin, (something lliie)
Ficsh llaltimoie Opsins in shells, (lirgeaml lusoioils,)
Iresh Columbia Hiver Silmon,
A Dainty Fresh Celery, (just the tiling,)
THE AIIOVH ALL OX IOH
Fresh California Apples in l$o03,
Kiesli California I'ears,
Another lot of those Fine Humboldt Potatoes.
Call uavlji ii)d leave ijouv orders (if,
Kennedy & Go-,
Popular Grocery, Piovision nud Produce Store, (17 & 0!) Hotel street.
Iii:.V'i:iV A '. will imcls their fresh (' N on ire, no ns to lceep
mill ship lo nny part of the isluuils.
MAGNEALE & URBAN SAFES
Willi Patent Inside Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
A Liii'K'e Assortment of these justly Celebrated Sales
Over 500 in daily usg on the Hawaiian Islands,
Safes Sold for Cash, or on the Installment Plan.
For Prices, Circulars, elc., apply to
C. O. JIEKGER, General Agunl,
"ilOtfb HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINES.
This Well-known .Machine is now ucd at the Itoval Palace, Hawaiian Hotel,
Music Ilall.and a nuiiibiirof piiwite lesidcnce-', giving entire tntisfiictlou eery
where. Ills the most eeonoinleal Miichnie in u-e, easily manag'd nnd nutomatic in its
I can furnish fioin a 20 LiKlil l" a 100J Light Machine, sinaller si.es constantly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply lo
C. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
Mil If It - HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
IN (JPANTITIKS TO SPIT,
$13 ji poitl.
Apply nl the Olllee of the
PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co.
Comer Nuutinu nn I Queen streets
P. 0. Box 297.
1 F YOU It IIOHS1J IS SICK or LAM i:,
1. or any way out of order, cull on A
T. UAICF.lt, nt Capt. .1. C. Cliuiey' stables-
coiner of Queen it I'liucbbowl sts.
EarllieaUiui; lioii.es to saddle or car
lingo a specially. 420 ly
vft-frv HONOLULU IRON WOniiH,
nUilAn1!1"'1"1 L'"giiics, sugar mills, boll,
cih, toiileis; lion, brass mid lead east
lugs; inaobiiiery of every ile.-ciiplion
made to order. Pailieulariitteiilioii paid
to ship's blaelv biullliiug. .lob Asork exe
cuted at short notice. 1