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TUESDAY, KKH. lo7lSsI!
UCCAHICS. S. CO.
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KOK AUOKI.VNI) AND SYIINIIV:
Oily of Sydney On Fob. 23rd
rou ban niVMMseo.
Austialiu On Fob. 17lh
" ' TELEPHONIC.
Diamond Head, Fob. in, (J:;;o ii.iu
Light S. K. wind.
Nothing in sight.
Slmr Kilnuo.i Hon from lvnhului
Stmr Jas Makce for Ktiutii
Slinr Australia, for S V. at 1 1
Stmr Lchua for Mulokni & Muni
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Stmr Kintui for windward ports
Stmr Kilauou Hon for Kahului
Schr Jennie "Walker for llilo
Kchr Kliukni for "Wnialua
Schr Ka Moi for llilo
Sclir Bob Boy for Koolau
Schr Gen Scigcl for Koolnti
For San Francisco per Australia,
Feb. 18 T Jeffrey, S W May, E
1'cck, Dr Laudaw, A Herbert AS
Koch, "W V llonicr Jr, Miss Horner,
"W Peckham, F Gertz, Mr Bobinson,
P N Makcc, A Astennann, Miss
Mclntyrc, Mr StClair.
From Kabului per Kilauca Hon,
Feb. 18 "W II Cornwall:
From Maui per Lcliua, Feb. 18
A Unna and family.
For "Waianao and Kauni per Jas
Makcc, Feb. 18 A Ilcbbe, J A Ka
ma, T Kngcbagc and ? deck.
For Maui, per Lchua, Feb. 18 T
Campbell and wife, J 15 Burton, 10
1) Baldwin, in deck.
The .steamer Australia left Sydney Ul.st
January, at 11:45 p.m., and had fresli
North Easterly -winds to Xew Zealand,
Arrived at Auckland nth Fcbnnry, at 2
a.m., and left same day at L'lllO p.m.
Experienced lough weather with strong
vaiiable winds off the Tonga Group, and
from the Equator to port moderate
North East tiades and fine weather.
Received Honolulu pilot 18th Inst., at
Steamer Australia brought 220 cases
spirits, 5C1 casks ruin, 21 bugs potatoes,
7 cases confectionery, I pkgs sundries.
Steamer Iwalani brought :177 bags of
Migar, SO bags of lice, and lit hides.
The schooner Anna, Captain J. E.
ilcCnlloch, 10i days from San Fran
cisco, brought 274 bales of liny, 100 sks
of barley, 50 sks of oats, 25 sks of bran'
2 bulls, GOO sks of salt, :!00 bbls of lime,
and 24.700 bricks, she is consigned to
W. G. Irwin & Co. She K discharging
near the O. S. S. wharf.
The Jvvalani went on the Marine Bail
way yesterday to be cleaned. She sails
to-moriow at 5 p.m.
The Jas. Makeo will touch at Nilhau
The Australia tool; from this port 500S
bags of sugar, and Illifi bunches of
bananas. Total domestic value $:I0,2.'1.
At Pcnola. Adelaide, S. A., to the wife
or Kev. F. W. Men-ill, hue ol Honolulu,
L0GAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A led "sea-bean" locket has been
Dr.. Baiu:v's boy at Wailuku is
recovering from his accident.
Tin: schooner Jennie Walker is
now laid on for Hilo, and will run
Tin: Australia look nearby -100
tons of sugar for the Coast, besides
1 ,71)1 packages from Australia.
Tin: Atlorncy-Cicneral succeeded
,iu obtaining a conviction in almost
every case at flic Kauai Circuit
Tin: foreigners who batlic off the
end of the Pacific Mail Go's dock
arc requested to wear n little cloth
ing. Do not fail to attend the sale of tin
elegant buggy, express and harness
at the room of Mr. 15. P. Adams at
noon on Friday.
Tin: Mounted Police proved to be
of great scrvico during lite recent
accident on Maui in obtaining help
and taking dispatches,
Tin: Mongcesc that have been
turned loose in the llilo district have
been seen with young, which shows
that they are thriving.
Anotiiiui Sect Bising, The Mar
riage Maker, The Young Man and
The Biblo, and A Simplo Bemedy
for Cockroaches, on page four,
A Ciiixi:si:, Boy, reads andwtites
Knglish well, wants a situation in u
mercantile-house. Address "Chincs'u
Boy" thisolllcc. 153:5 lw.
AVr. arc mnull fish in the pool, but
we can, and will do Picture Framing,
make Cornices, etc., at prices never
heard pf in thjs cily before. King
Bros, 10!) King SI. 08 lw 2.
It is necessary for those in need
of Window Coinices, Picture Frames
or Bponi Moulding, at very reason
able prices, to call on King Bros.,
No. 109 King St., bet. Fort and Ala
kca Sis. 038 lw 2.
"Hands Off The Bacilli!" is an
account of the altitude of the French
towards the islands of the Pacific,
from one of the latest Australian
papers, and it appears on the fourth
Diauhiio'.a. and dysentery arc very
prevalent at liana among both na
tives and foreigners. The New Ilcb
lidcs men suffer more than "otheis
from these diseases. The supply of
medicine at liana lias run short.
A telegraphic dispatch, in an Aus
tralian paper, dated Moscow, Feb
ruary lfel, says that "A Hussian
envoy has left for Honolulu in order
to present a diamond decoration to
King Kalakaua, of the Sandwich Is
lands." Is this a second one?
Tin: Australia got away punctu
ally at the appointed hour yesterday.
There was a large number of people
on the dock and the steamer's, deck
was lined with passengers. She is
expected to make a quick run to
San Francisco as she is in good trim.
Tin: Kilauca Hon arrived yester
day morning. The news of the suf
ferers at the late railway accident is
assuring. Mr. Brown's child and
Mrs. Platte's children arc pronounced
out of danger, and it is hoped that
Mrs. Platte herself will ultimately
recover, and, unless fever should set
in, she will be in no further danger.
Many of the natives complain of
the recent appointment of a foreigner,
to a subordinate position in the
Post-oflicc, who, they say, lias been
placed over the head of a Hawaiian,
who was as competent to do the
work performed by the foreigner
who receives the higher salary.
Promotion to old servants first, .say
the Ilawaiians. Mr. Whitney is now
Tin: Marquis of Normanby, Go
vernor of Victoria, will pass through
Honolulu on the next trip of the
Australia. The Marquis will be ac
companied by the Marchioness and
his staff, consisting of his son Lord
Hcrvcy Phipps and Lieutenant Lc
Patourel. The party has secured
.six state rooms in the Australia.
The term of the Marquis' Governor
ship of Victoria has now expired.
Somi: of the laborers returned to
their South Sea homes, by the Julia,
have been showing, at the G illicit
group, the benefit of civilization
Jearned by them in the Hawaiian
Kingdom., They landed, says the
A7". Z. ITcruld, "armed with Win
chester repeating rillcs ( sixteen
shooters)," "publicly ravished ten
young girls of very lender years,"
and shot down "two old men who
went to expostulate with the rav
ishers." This outrage tool; place at
Nanouti, lry " from 20 to 30 returned
people of Apiang and Tarawa."
"Seven killed and one wounded,"
of the returned laborers, was the re
sult of a light between them and the
subjects of Tcmbinoka, King of
Apamama, who sent some of his men
to assist the unfortunates at Nanouti.
A BUI) SEA-HEAN LOCKET be
tween the head of Foit sliuct mid
Lucas' Mill. The Under will recti! vo a(
i owurtl of jft'J.SQ on leaving the Mime at'
said mill, with
(510 ill UEOUGE DAUMA.STF.IL
,f ON13Y TO LOAN in suiiu to unit.
IT J For particulars:, apply to
tiKO. CAY UNA CM I,
0U7 liu Windsor Itostuuinnt.
.1 UST ItlSO 131 "V V1X
A cuoici: LOT ov
215 A, SCLEGBOUN jSs CO.
rpiIK third assessment of $S.fi0 per
X shaio of the Capital Stock of the
.Mutual Telephone Co., Is duo THIS
DAY, and payable at my ollico.
Tieiiiiuur Mutual Telephone Oo.
Honolulu, Fob. 1, 18SJ. U32
THE REASOH HE WEPT.
"What arc you crying about?"
asked a kind-hearted stranger of a
lad who was standing in front of u
newspaper ollico weeping as if his
heait would break.
"Oh, dad's gone upstairs to lick
"Well, has he come down yet?"
pursued the gentle Samaritan.
"Pieces of him have," explained
the boy, indulging in a fresh out
burst of tears, "and Pin expecting
tho rest every minute." St. Joseph
THE PERFECT WOMAN.
A creature not too bright or good
For human nature's daily food:
For transient sorrows, simple wiles,
Praise, blame, love, kisses, tears,
The reason firm, the temperate will,
Endurance, foresight, strength and
A perfect woman nobly planned
To warn, to comfort, and command.
A Goodpasture for Horses,
- --4j S15AU TOWN.
v. A) Inquire to
IWjHi A" A' -MONTANO-MfJA
r"MiH Undci signed beg to inform his
X friend anil the public geneinllv
that he has rented the shop and slock
fiom Mr. L. Way, and will continue
tlic business as Carpenter and builder,
and hopes by payiiuj stiict attention to
the business to merit a share of public
Having rented my premises on Kiny
Street, to Mr. Fritz W ilhelni. who has
acted as my Foi cman for a number of
years, to tlfc satisfaction of myself and
ciistoiucis, and who is thoiouglily capa
ble of carrying on the business, I hope
my old customers will accord him the
same palionage as they gave me..
038 lm ' L. WAY.
AT KAPIOLANl PAHK,
Is the Favorite Suburban
fit is opera Every Day
Cm always be supplied, as well as
Ficsli Air m the Country.
(114 lm Propiiclor.
THE OLD CORNER
IIakt Bnos., : : Proprietors.
Served up in ilist-elass style at all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&C, &c. Also,
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
Ji loiur. l'novr
Tho icpiitatinn of tho above-named
establishment for Superior Meals is well
known, and reipiiies no Luther coin
incut. (!!!) lm b
General Insurance Company.
For Sea, River anil Landtranspoii ol
HAYING established an Asrcnoy at
Honolulu for the Hawaiian
Islands, the undesigned General Agents
are mithori.cd to take
Risks against tho danger of tho Seas at
tho most Reasonable Rates, and on the most
F. A. .SCIIAEFF.lt As Co.
Agent for the Hawaiian Island)1.
0117 lw b
AT AX EOKART,
Watchmaker anil Jowolcr,
(MS No (!0 Fort Street.
ENGLING & SMITH,
Tin k Stat-Im Workei
Roofers and Gas Fillers.
All kinds of Tln-vvuro ready mado
or mndo to order.
No. 54 : : King Street,
If Opposite Police Stitlon. (J.J'i
SIX SPANS, biillnblo for bUdglng or
inlllii; nil poses, or shlp'rt t-p.irt.
010 1 ui llYAN'S UOAT HOU.SK.
IS NOW OPEN
J V. I1AVI2 jumi lcrelve I u veiv line
i a oiiiiu'-ni or
DAilASK TABLE LINEN,
Direct from Belfast, Iroland,
OF ALL, SIZES TO SUIT,
AH Sizes ol' Dinner Tables
v i lb
HOTS TO MATCH!
These Linens are the Finest
Kver imported to thii Market, and we
invite our FriendH to'licpcot thciu.
G. W. Macfarlanc & Co
Stove Coal ! Ski) Coal !
Kx " Spartan "
Best Anlbraeile Stove Coal
In casks of about 1200 Founds,
Foil Sam: at Lowest Kaibs y
527 3m Castle & Cooke.
A DIVIDEND of U1 per share is
now payable to btockholders in
the Grove JJaiich Plantation Company,
at the olllce of
JOHN II. VATY,
Gii3 !lt b Secietary,
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y.
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu and San
Francisco on the
1st and 15th of Each Month.
I'assuxoeiis may have their names
booked in advance by applying al the
olliee of the agents.
Passengers by this line arc hereby no
tilled that they will be allowrd 1350 lbs
of baggage free by the Oveiliind Hall
way, when traveling Last.
Excursion Tickets for Round Trip, $125,
good to l eturii by any of the Company's
hleainers witliin "ninety day.
MiniciiAXiiisi: intended for shipment
by this lino will be received fioo of
eliaige in the Company'-. New AVaic
hotisu and iceeipts issued for same.
Insukan'ci: on lnereltandise, whilst in
the warehouse, will be at ownci's lisk.
W.m. G. luwi.N & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
Steam Navigaiion Company's
aiBXK OD' W'JPKAJHKESW.
U'gul.uly for Komi and Ivan
:s Honolulu at 4 i'.ji. on
HA I l.s,
Fiiday, Feb. SI!
TueMlnj', JIar. -t
i-ruiay, Alar, m
:s at Honolulu at
cami'.uok, - Comninnder,
Leaves Honolulu cvory Tuesday
at (5 p.m., for Nawillwili, IColoa, Lleele,
and Waiinea, Kauai, ltcturning, leaves
Nawillwili every Saturday evening.
Tho Jamos Makco,
Loaves Honolulu every Thursday
at It p.m. for ICapaa and Klkiuc.i. Re
turning, leaves Kauai every Tuci-day at
1 inn., and touching at Wainae, both
Tho C. H. Bishop,
davir, ...- Commander.
Leaves Honolulu ovcry Tuesday
at -l p.m. for Kukulhaele, Honokaa and
l'aaiihiiu. ltuluiiiiugairhexal Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
LcuveH lloiiolulu eiieli Tuewluy nt
1 p.m., touching at Luliiilnii, Mun
ition Hay, Mnkcuii, Muliukoiui, Ku
wtillme, Ltiupiilioblioo and llilo.
ltcturning, will touch at all tho
nlovo jiortw, arriving nt Honolulu
euuh Saturday iiflernnon.
lfrXi Tin: 1'Asr bailiku
Ji1$i Schoonor Ehukai
-& will mn legulaily
TO WAIALUA KVKHV MONDAY,
itetiiiniug on Thursday, weather
For height or passage apply to tho
Captain on board, or to
lttt A. F. Cooke, Agent.
cr.-r t"-ii i-
u i 0 Ha
My Elogant Assortment of Nev Goods
Selected by in., ell in I'mi , I, ndoii, andgNevv York,
Are How Op and Reaily for Inspection
V1V1 SAXjiIO, unci cutirisc o
Never before iiitioduccd lieie, niuong wliicli will he fo mil
Entirely New Patterns in
Mies', Misses', ui Clilriiii's Boots al 8mm.
CS .IUST SKK MY -a
Elegant Paris Made French Kid Gaiters,
Do not fail to ec the
Now Stylos and Colors in Ladies' and Misses' Silk,
I-iislo, and Balbriggan Hose.
NLW STYLUS OF LADIKS' l'UHSLB. in l'earock, 111 tic, Old Gold, and
Mai oon l'lubh, ice, &c, &c.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Gent's Elegant Dressing Oases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRiSTiMS PRESENTS
It is not necessary for me to enumerate tho many new gco Is now
intiodueeil byinoheie, but tin
Ladies are invited to call and judge for themselves,
Honolulu, Nov. 1!2, 1S8H.
Kennedy & Go's Bulletin of New Goods !
To arrive by Steamer " Mavio.sa '
Fresh B.dtiinoic Oyteis in Tins, (something fine)
Fic'h Haltimoic Oystcis in shells, (lirge and 1ucIoiih,)
Fresh Coltnnbia lllvor Silmon,
A Dainty Fiesh Celery, (just the tli'ng,)
THE ABOVi: ALL ON 1CL
Fresh California Ajipie? in Uoc, "
Fresh California IVais,
Anollier lot or those Fine Humboldt Potatoes.
Call early ami leave your orders at
Kennedy & Co.,
Popular Gioeery, Piovision and Piodtice Store, 07 & 03 Hotel street.
If I'A'VI'.llV A - i.lll ....! .,...!.. i.......... .
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nml Hliip to any iinrt of the iNlniiiiM.
Telephone 240. cif)
MAGNEALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
A Larsc Assortmenl of these .jiisdy Celebrated Safes
Over 500 in daily use on the Hawaiian Islands.
Safes Sold for Cash, or on the Installment Plan.
For Pi ices, Circular?, etc., apply to
C. O. BEKGEII, General Agent,
nio ir it Hawaiian islands.
,,,i1'fV!',ll",',0W11 J,n,jnl11" ls '' nhcd at the Hoval Palace, Hawaiian Hotel,
.Music Hall, and n nuinb.T of private residence?, giving entire feiitisfiint Ion every,
It Istlieino,tecoiioinieal Machiiiu In iihj, eahily managed and automatic in iin
1 can furnish fiom n 20 Light to a 100!) Light Machine, smaller bI.os constantly
on hand. "
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Cliculars, Catalogues Prices, clc, apply to
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
6(11 tf b
IN OrANTITIKS TO SL'IT,
13 :i Ooiul.
Apply nt the Ollico of tho
PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co.
Comer Nuiianu and Q'ureu 'treetH
iiinn kuuiim uii ice, h Jin to ucrn
P. 0. Box 297.
F YOUlt IIOHSD IS BIOIC or LAMK,
1 or any way out of older, call on A
T. HAKIM, ut C.ipt. J. 0. Cluuny'ts Bta-hlei-
corner of Queen & Punchbowl sts.
J?,rHrcaklng horses to saddle or car
il.igu u ipccinliy. 420 ly
Arfl HONOLULU IEON "WOIIK8,
isdr.'wStciiin engines, bugar mills, boll.
ers, coolers; iron, braes and lead cast'
lugs; machinery of every riencrlpUou
inadn to onler. Particular iitteution jiald
to ship's black smithing. Job work exe
cuted nt bhorl uotice, X
43mLH,--i,l , 4
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1 A. L.Jt&'Ls .
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