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WEDNESDAY, KKIJ. 20, 18SI.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
I'OU HAN I'llANHsVO.
Mtnipoia. . . .Lravri llv.iiohilu, Feb. loth
Alameda. .. .Leaves Honolulu. Alnr. 1-t.
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
VOH AUCKLAND AND HVDNIlVi
City of Sydney On Fob. Silid
l'Oll SAN l'llANUliCO.
Atislrallii On Ful). 17th
Diamond Head, Fob. l!0, (1 :'.!() ii.in
Light S. K. wind.
Nothing in sight.
Stmr Plnutor from windward iiorls
Stinr Mokolii from Kooliui
Stmr Kinnti for windward ports
Stmr Kilauca IIou for Kalmlui
Sclir Jennie "Walker for Ililo
Sclir Ehukai for Wainlua
.Sclir Ka Moi for Ililo
Sclir Rob Hoy for Koolau
Sclir Gen Scigel for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Sclir Kaukeaouli for Kohala
Schr AVaioli for Maliko
For Kahului per Kilauca IIou,
Feb. 10 E CMinston.Miss J Ualis
tcr and 32 deck.
From windward ports per Planter,
Fob. 10 Capt Wright & wife. Cant
Ainsworth and 2 daughters, Capt L
Marchant, Miss Jennie lledington,
J 1$ Jameson, J K Cairnes, J N Ka
pahu and wife, W J Maxwell & dau,
W II Bailey, Mrs J II Hobron, Mr.
Rhodes and wife, Miss Mary, and
The Jwnlaul came off the Murine Hall
way yesterday at 1 :H.jp.ni.
The Anna is discharging rapidly.
The Likelike and the Ihshop arc ex
The Iolani has already received 3077
hags of sugar. She will probably sail
A sea-wall will be built between the
1 M.S. S. wharf and the King's boat
house. It will consist of moulded stone
so formed that each stone will interlock
the other, forming a solid structure.
AVildcr's new "wharf is progressing
rapidly, piles have been driven beyond
the middle of the wharf. Jt will be com
pleted by the Ilrst of April. It will have
water pipes running along oho side,
across the center and further extremity
so that 3 vessels can take water at the
Four large stones weighing each about
1 ton, and composed of pebbles and
cement have been moulded for the foun
dation of the sea-wall on the Esplanade.
As soon as they are thoroughly dry they
will bo laid.
LOCAL & CENEilALHEWS.
Sixty lepers are to lie sent to Mo
lokai this week.
IIaM'" the oflicc occupied by Mr.
Wiseman is to let.
Mu. Clarence Macfarlane has lost
a black retriever dog. '
A German girl or woman can ob
tain employment on application to
Tun more foreigners applied yes
terday to be enlisted in the Mounted
Tin: Hoard of Health met yester
day afternoon. The Leprosy dis
cussion ha9 done something.
Coi.ONi:i. George Macfarlane has
been suffering from au attack of
fever for the last few days.
l)u. and Mrs. Damon leave shortly
for China, to bo present at the wed
ding of their son, Mr. Frank Damon.
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Tin: Pacific Navigation Co. has
placed tho schooner Jennie Walker
hi the regular trade between Ililo
Tiiihtv-two years ago, in 1852,
there were seven foreigner elected
to tlio Legislature of this Kingdom,
tho same number as there are at
Tin: trustees of the Sailors' Home
meet to-day to receive a report of
the Committed empowered to inako
tho necessary repairs to tho building.
A full attendance is requested.
Tin: buggy and express harness to
lie bold on Saturday at the room of
Mr. K. V. Adams will bo ready for
inspection to-day. This is a good
chance for those who need harness.
. . .
Tnu attack made yesterday by the
"independent" paper upon Hon. F.
"Whitakor, a gentleman who is not
present to defend himself, was not
favorably commented upon.
JJU'JI-JLLJUUJJ ll'ILlimuHMLHIIIIIIl JllUIUl''imilMIlIWIWJWIMIMlW4g)jgfcWW
Wi; arc small ilsh in Iho )ool, but
we c:tn, and will lo Picture Framing,
make Cornices, etc., at pi ices never
lieur.l fin this city l.eforo. King
, ... ... . ,,
j,ros, iiiu iving r.i. i)..niw. j
It is ni'i'CRsary for those in need
of Window Cornices, Picture Flames
or IJooin Moulding, at very reason
able prices, to call on King llros.,
No. 100 King Kt., bet. Fort and Ala
kea Sts. 038 lw 2.
Tin: Annexation of Samoa by New
Zealand, The Story of Chinese Gor
don, A Cruel Custom, interesting to
owners of horses, the' Court of Mad
agascar in Mourning, and an account
of the late Severe Gale in England,
are on the font lb page.
Tin: public has been greatly
amused a't Dr. Parker's statement
that he had "a case" in Madagas
car. The Doctor is to be compli
mented in staling frankly that "the
man died." Some wicked ones ask
if that was the reason the Doctor
"left the country?"
Ik some parts of New South Wales
it was so cool at Christmas that a
fire was a necessity. A week later
the country was parched by the in
tense heat, and the usual disastrous
bush tires occurred, in many instances
doing great damage and almost de
stroying country townships.
Oxr, medical gentleman, at least,
who was asked to examine the
pupils in the schools, in conjunction
with Dr. Filch and Dr. Parker, has
declined. lie thinks, as do many
others, that the board should be
composed of medical men who arc
not, in any manner, connected ofll
cially with tho Government.
Tin: foreign Representatives in
Honolulu have, in consequence of
their attention being called to a sup
posed increase in leprosy and a lack
of proper segregation, conferred
witli His Excellency the Minister of
Foreign Affairs on the subject. The
Minister, being also President of the
Hoard of Health and President of
the Hoard of Education, was able to
supply all information on the subject
without the assistance of individual
members of the boards. The ex
planations given by Mr. Gibson ap
peared to the foreign Representatives
to "be satisfactory.
At a meeting of the Privy Coun
cil .held yesterday charters were
"ranted to the Honolulu Ice Works
Co. , the Kawalua Stock Co. and the
Woodlawn Dairy Co. The Ice
Works Company is a combination
of the two old companies of Messrs.
Foster and Wilder with a capital of
$75,000 in $100 shares. The capital
of the Kawalua Stock Co. is S100,
000 Messrs. Paty, Patten and Dick
son being chielby interested. The
Woodlawn Dairy Co. has been
formed by Mr. Dillingham with a
capital of $l2,f0(), and embraces all
interest in the Woodlawn milk ranch.
Tin: W. H. Reed is to start to
day on her sounding expedition on
behalf of the Cable Company. A
cabin, twelve by ten feet, has been
built on deck for the use of Captain
Jackson and Mr. J. H. Freetii, the
explorers. It is well lighted and
ventilated and has plenty of space
between bunks, for the scientists to
work at their charts and do their
calculations. Tho machine for sound
ing has been securely fixed on deck,
in front of the new cabin. The
Heed is not expected to return for at
least a month, and it is probable that
she will commence operations in the
channel between Hawaii and Maui.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
No. 0(1 Foit Street.
I70II the Conviction of the person or
X: pcixins that enteiedmy picinises
011 the Dili of .Inn. 188-1, mill robbed the
house, and destroyed several hags of
NO KA 1IOPU AXA i ku mea 11 nmu
men palm I hele ai ma ku'ii almi mu ka
la!) o Iunuaii, 1881, 11 komo iloko ka
hale a hoopolnoin ho leliulihii o mi Eke
Al r.i k:i holoholoua).
Jan. imii, 1881. ulOlm
.1 UST U KCJ31VED
aciioici; 1.0 r op
215 A.B. OLKUHOKN&CO.
A PINE LOT OF
Mat tin go fall Grades
110T1I WHITE AND COLOUR!)
For Salo m
483 A. S. CLEG1IOUN & CO
SUCAR TAX REDUCTION.
Colonel Alonihon, I'liairuiaii of the
ennnii'illee on ways and menus, has
,iljl :i inwlii.R of tluj inUjoo.
C oloiii'l Moimnn huh! Hint the nicel-
would lu infomiul, ami Unit It
was not his intention to transact any
business until after the recess. He
thinks it would be proper to reduce
the tax on sugar and will favor it.
Representative Kellogg of Louisiana,
when asked what effect a reduction
of the tax on sugar would have in
Louisiana, said that if accomplished
it would simply cost the democratic
parly eight electoral votes at the
next, presidential election. It is
alleged that Mr. Kellogg has upward
of $7f),000 invested in the sugar
rcllniug business in Louisiana. A
prominent treasury olllcer said that
heretofore when lax on sugar has
been reduced, it lias not benefitted
the consumer in any way, as almost
immediately the sugar refiners in the
Hawaiian islands and other sugar
growing countries raise their prices.
Prosperity is a great teacher, ad
versity is a greater. Possession
pampers the mind ; privation trains
and strengthens it. Ilczlilt.
A Good Pasture for Horses,
vff&J NEAR TOWN.
m . v t !-
lvV t - J llluni iw
A. A. MONTANO.
'"jnilt: Undersigned beg?' to inform his
1 fiiend. and the public generally
that he has rented the shop and Mock
fioni Mr. L. Way, and will continue
the business as Carpenter and Iliiilder,
and holies by paying trict attention to
the business to meiit a share of public
Having rented my premises on King
Street, to Mr. Frit. ilhelm, who has
acted as my Foreman for a number of
years, to tlie satisfaction of myself and
customers, and who is thoioughly capa
ble of curving on the business, I hope
my old customers will accord him the
same patronage as they gave me.
033 lm L. WAY.
AT KAFIOLANI 1'AltK,
Js the Favorite Suburban
It is open Every Pay
Gin alway.s be supplied, ns well ni
Fresh Air m the Country.
n. J. XOLTE,
IU4 lm 1'iopiielor.
THE OLD CORNER
Haut Unos., : : Proprietors.
Served up in llrst-olass stylo at all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Always on hand
Oigars, Tobacco, Pipes
A:e.. itr. Alio,
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT
DKIT. MOIli: " TOTIir. I-'llON"
S NOW OPEN 1
The reputation of the above-named
establishment for Superior Meals is well
known, and ivipiires no fiuther com
ment. I!) lm h
General Insurance Company.
For Sea, flivcr anil Landlransport ol
HAY1NO established an Aueney at
Honolulu for the Hawaiian
Islands, lliuiiuricr&iKiicil General Agents
aro authorized to take
IVsks against tho danger ol tho Seas at
tho most rtcasonahlo Rates, and on fho most
F. A. SCIIAEFEU&Co.
AJtwit for the Hawaiian Islands.
0117 lw 1)
ENGLING & SMITH,
Tin & M-M Worte
Hoofers and Gas Fitters.
All kinds of Tin-waro ready iiinde
or nuulo to order.
No. 54 : : King Street,
tf Opposltofl'olicc Station. 0J5
SIX SPA HS, suitable for bridging or
ioIIIiiu purposes, or ship's spars.
nin 1... ' llVJMiii lirtA'li IHlITtiK.
1 viu im 4ai ij wv.v yy.
Mmira h wwrfiw
,V E HAVE Just iPfflvc I n M'lJ line
T uniltni'-tll (if
DAMASK TILE URN,
Direot from Belfast, Ireland,
OK AIiIj SIZES TO SUIT,
All Sizes of Dinner Tables
NAPKINS Yo" MATCH!
These Linens are the Pinest
Ever impoited to this Market, and we
invite our Friends tojinspect them.
G. W. Macfarlane & Co
Stove Coal ! Stove Coal !
Nx " Spartan "
Best Antliraeile Stove Coal
In casks of about 1200 Pound-,
Fon Sam: at Lowp.st Hates nv
r27 am Castle & Cooke.
AllEU SEA-15EAN LOCKET be
tween the head of Fort htieet and
Lucas' Mill. The Under will receive a
icward of $2.30 on leaving the same at
said null, Villi
0-10 ill GEOI.IGE 1UUMASTEH.
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y.
sfe Till-". MAGNIFICENT
ggjiicw and Elegant Steamships
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
"Will leave Honolulu and San
Francisco on the
1st and 15th of Each Month.
l'Ahsr.Nur.us may have their names
boohed in advance by applying at the
olllce of the agents.
Passengers by this line are hcieby no
tilled that they will he allowed 250 lbs
of baggage free by the Overland Rail
way, when traveling East.
Excursion Tickets (or Round Trip, $125,
good to return by any of the Company's
hteamers within ninety days.
MwiuiiAXDisr. intended for shipment
by this lino will be received free of
charge in the Company's New Ware
house nnd leccipls issued for same.
Lnsuiiancu on merchandise, whilst in
llic warehouse, will bo at owner's lisk.
Wm. 0. InwiN & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
Steam Navigation Company's
iiaii, - - - Commander,
Will run ii'gul.irly for Komi and Kuu :
Li:avi:s Honolulu at -1 i'.si. ox
Friday, .Ian. II
Tuesday, .Ian. i'i
Friday, Feb. 1
TucMlay, Feb. 1U
Fridnv. Feb. ii'J
Tuesday, Mar. -1
Friday, Mar. U
Tuesday, Mar. 2.r)
AnuiVKs at Honolulu at 5 i.m.
Friday, Jan. 18
Tuesday, .Ian. 2!)
Friday, Feb. 8
Tuesday, Feb. Ill
Flidav. Feb. iJ!)
Tuesday, -Mar. 11
Friday, Mar. 21
camkhon, - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at fi p.m., for Nawiliwill, Koloa, Eleele,
and Wniinc.i, Kiitiai. ltcturnliig, leaver
Nawiliwill every Saturday evening.
Tho James Makoo,
Loaves Honolulu cvory Thursday
at !1 p.m. for Kapaa imtl Kilauca. He
turning, leaves Kuiiui every Tuetday at
1 p-m , and touching at YVuiuno, both
Tho C. R. Bishop,
INVIH .... Coiiiiniinder.
'Loaves Honolulu every Tuesday
iil-l p.m. for Kukuiliacle, lloiiokua and
Faauliau. Hoturning arrives at Honolulu
every holiday morning.
gz33xy: Kll'Ki Coininnnder,
Leaves Honolulu oaeli Tuesday at
1 p.m., totiohlr.K at Lahulna, Mua
laeu Hay, Makena, Mabukona, Ku-
wallmo, Jiiuipuiioiiiiuu uuu nun.
Hoturning, will touuli at all lb
alove ports, arriving at Honolulu
TIIK l'Abl1 SAII.INU
will 11111 legulaily
TO WAIALUA EVEHV JIONDAY,
Itetiirning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
ltil A. F. Cooiu:, Agent.
n m imii fimawfc w wnrviiwiwwww
My Elegant Assortment of New Goods
Selected by niy-olf in Pnils, L mdon, nndNpw York,
Are if Op and Really for Inspection
AISO SAJLilQ, siml oompriKi
Never before iiitroluccl hoic, among which will be fo mil
Entirely New Patterns in
Ladies', Misses', miii Glilm's Boots nml Shoes.
C3T JUSTJKEH MY "XBH
Elegant Paris Made French Kid Gaiters,
Douot fail to (-co the
New Styles and Colors in Ladies' and Misses' Silk,
Jjisle, and Balbriggan Hose.
NKW STYLUS OF LAl)li:S' rUltSUS, in Peacock, lllup, Old Gold, and
Mai oon Flush, iVx., &c, &c.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Gent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
It is not necessary for mo to enumerate the ninny-new i;oo Is iiov
introduced byineheie, but the
Ladies are invited to call
Honolulu, Nov. L2, 1SS0.
Kennedy & Go's Bulletin of New Goods !
To arrive by Steamer " Mariposa''
Fresh U.iltimoie Oysters in Tins, (something fine)
Fie.di Ualtimore Oysicis in shells, (large and luscious,)
Fresh Columbia lllver Sihnoii,
A Dainty Fresh Celeiy, (just the tiling,)
THE A150VE ALL OX 10E
Fresh California Apples in l!o.ci,
Fiesh California Pears,
Another lot of those Fine Humboldt Potatoes. .
Call cavli and leave ioar orders at
Kennedy & Co-,
Popular Grocery, Provision and Produce Store, 07 & (J!) Hotel street.
Kr..'.'i;iV A. (.'o. will pack llicir Fi'chIi ooils on ire, ko HH (o Uoep
anil ship to any purl ol'tlie isIaiulN.
Telephone 240. (ilfl P. 0. Box 297.
MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hingo Cap.
A jLare Assorhnent oftlie.se justly Celehraied 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. ISEKGEIl, General Agent,
510 if b HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINES.
This Well-known Machine is now used at the ltoval 1'ahiee, Hawaiian Hotel,
Music Hull, timl a numb.-r of prhate lesidenccs, giving entire satisfaction cvory.
It is tlieino.t economical Mnchino in 11 e, easily inaiiaged and automatic in ItH
I can furnish from a iiO Light to a 1000 Light Machine, smaller sizes constantly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
Tor Circulars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply to
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
Cfiltfb HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
IN (Jl'ANTITIES TO Sl'IT,
1:2 :i Cord.
Apply at the Olllce of lliu
PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co.
Corner Nuuaiiu ami (jueeii streets
and judge for themselves.
I F YOUK HOUSE IS SICK or LAME,
1 or any way out of order, call on A
T. HAKEU, at dipt. J. C. Clancy's sta-bhu-
corner of Queen it Punchbowl sts.
C2?"Ilrea!;ing liorfct'3 to saddlu or car
riago a-specialty. 420 ly
Wnwni .ttt .tt lnn Wnnwa
nStcnm endues. Mimir mills, bo!!-
1 f o I fo
eis, coolers; iron, brass and lead cast
ings; mnchliiciy of every description
mado to order. 1'articuhir attention paid
to shin's black smithing. Job work exo.
cutcd at short notice. 1