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KIM DAY, KK1J. 2:, tS8t.
Kim sx l iiAsrtscn.
Miillp(Hii .. .Ijimvi's Iltftiolldu, Fell, l.llli
Alameda. . . .Leaves Honolulu, M:u. l-l.
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
FOU AUCKLAND AND RYJINKV:
City of Syiliiuy On Fob. 2!!nl
I'Olt SAN 1'llANClhCO.
Auslialla On Koi). lTHi
Diamond Head, Kuli. :'J. ()::!() ii.ni
Light S. K. wiml.
Nothing in sight.
Hchr Mile Morris from Ivoolnit
VESSELS LEAVINC THIS DAY.
Sehr Anna for San Francisco
Ktnir VJuntcr for windward parts
.Stnir C It. Bishop for iliinialuia
. SHIPPING NOTES.
The Iolanl is bending her sails.
'I'ho lilhop .sails to day at T, llio Anna
at 1 and the Planter at t o'clock.
A shed has been built over the engine
of the dredge, a house on deck wllh
sleeping apnitiucnls for the watch men
and u cr.ulle on top of the house for the
scoop. It i lying near the illi-iii:iikcl
ready for action.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tins is Washington's birthday.
Tin: Dog Actor on the fourth
His Majesty leaves to-day tor Kan,
by the Planter.
A communication from the ofllccrs
of the Boys' Heading Boom lias
been unavoidably held over till to
morrow. Mu. J. Marsdcn of llonokaa re
turns to-day by the C. It. Bishop
with some valuable stock, including
a 2. SO pacer.
Tun house and lot, on the plains,
now occupied by Judge McUully, is
for sale. Particulars can be ascer
tained from Mr. S. B. Dole.
Tiir. French Colonies can now bo
represented in the Chamber of Depu
ties. There has been great excite
ment at Noumea where four candi
dates have already came forward for
It is necessary for those in need
of Window Cornices, Picture Frames
or Boom Moulding, at very reason
able prices, to call on King Bros.,
No. 109 King St., bet. Fort and Ala
ken Sis. 008 lw 2.
A vuxii has been started for the
establishment of a Betreat for Leper
children. The sum of $2,100 has
already been promised, and when the
amount reaches $10,000 a meeting
of subscribers will be held.
Oxr. of the pupils at the Boya
School on Wednesday, who objected
to medical examination, jumped
from the upstairs verandah and
bolted. A number, of the pupils have
taken a vacation this week. The
' worst suspect has been pronounced
free from leprosy.
. . -
The new bank ismakingpreliminary
arrangements for building. Bricks
have been carted to the site, but, if
they aic not more carefully handled
than they have been, when the build
ers commence- operations it will be
found that about twenty five per cent
of the bricks arc broken.
A Lisji: Tslnndcr lms murdered .i
Mr. Ilulton nt Taviuni, Fiji. An
Anstrnlinn paper ssiys "tlio ferocious
savage rushed nt Ids muster anil
stubbed him repeatedly, leaving him
disembowelled upon the lloor of the
hut." Poor "simple and ignorant"
Tun decision in the appeal in the
Madras Caho was given yesterday,
the judgment of the lower court
being upheld by the full bench. A
claim of the owners of the Madras
for damages against the government
will probably be tho next st3p taken
in this matter.
Tin; Gazette yesterday gained -a
victory over tho government; the
appeal from the dc;ision of the lower
court, anent the grouting of their
charter, having been upheld by the
full court. Chief Justice Jiulil dis
sented from tho opinion of his colleagues.
. 't&Uj&ii&lfiSiX&tf : 'ziJ?r . -f Wfo.
Wi: arc small Ilsh in the pool, but
we can, and will dq Picluie Framing,
nmko Cornices, etc., at prices never
heard of in this city before. King
Eros, 10!) King St. CHS lw 2.
A i'.u:i:nt ol'a child in a public
Helmut wants to know if llie medical
gentlemen, now conducting the ex
amination of the pupils, wash their
knives or lancets, in water, after
each lime of using, or if they arc
merely wiped 'on a dry cloth?
A DisASTKofs lire near Lake Bowan
Victoria, has been i aging. Fifteen
squat miles of country have been
swept by the Humes; a hundred
miles of fencing and ."00 acres of
crops bin nt. The losses are estimated
at !H),000. Thirty farmers lose all
they possessed. Three hundred per
sons have tried to extinguish the
llames. Australian paper.
Tin: llonokaa Mill has been turn
ing out 7o tons of sugar a week,
with 30 clarilicrs a day. The plant
cane of Mr. W. II. Bickard, taken
off this season, has averaged live
tons to the acre ; that of Mr. Mars
dcn M tons and that of the llonokaa
Sugar Co. G tons to the acre. The
past season lias been a most favora
blc one and prospects are bright. '
Citicicr.TKUs Attention. The two
British men of war arc expected to
arrive here next month. There is a
certain defeat in connection with
the visit of the Swiftsure which
ought to be wiped out. Practise is
necessary and it should be regular.
Leather trundling will commence to
morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
Makiki reserve and will be continued
every Saturday. The fate of the
cricketing community is at slake, so
An application was made to the
Secretary of the Board of Education
for a copy of the letter addressed by
the Fort Street School teachers, to
the Board, on the leprosy subject.
The Secretary at once offered it for
our perusal but found that it was in
the possession of the Premier Presi
dent, to whom a similar application
was made. But alas, this is a mighty
mystery that must be concealed, and
the document, which belongs to the
Education ofllce, is detained, ad
interim, in the Foreign olllce. Possi
bly it can be produced by order of
the legislature with other documents
that will be called for.
A i'atai. accident occurred at Mr.
Biehardson's plantation at Waianae
on Wednesday evening. A young
German boy was sent to catch a
horse, which he succeeded in doing.
Having only a short rope to hold it
with, he mounted the horse, a smaller
boy getting up behind him, intend
ing to ride to the plantation. The
horse threw them both, the
younger boy being unhurt, but the
elder one was unfortunately thrown
against a fence and his neck was
broken. lie died immediately. Great
regret is felt at the accident, as the
boy, who was a bright, intelligent
lad was a great favorite on tho plan
DUH I NO MY ABSENCE Mr. W. C.
IVaeoek will act for me in all
matters, under full Power of Attorney.
012 21 JOHN DUUHOW.
ADLACK ItKTIUBYEH DOfi,
iinsweihlo the iiiiino oS Cm ley.
The finder will bo rewanled oil return
ing the dog to
011 lw OLADKXCHMACFAHLANK.
DUPING my absence Mr. .1. Hyinan
will act for me under power of
attorney lu till matters of business; all
bills against mu will be paid by him,
and all accounts duo mo are lo bo paid
:a aw K. l'KOK.
A DKO KEA.DKAN LOCKET bc-
J73l tweon the head of Foit bticet and
Lucas Mill. The tinder will receive a
loward of $'J.G0 on leaving lb" same at
wiii! mill, with
010 !lt (JEOnfiE DAUMASTElt.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
IKJ5 No. CO Fort Street.
17MJH tho Conviction of tlin peibon or
? pei-ons thill enteied iy liiemises
mi tim Dili of Jan. 1881. and robbed the
house, and diMioyed bevei.d bags of
NO KA IIOI'U ANA 1 ha mea a innu
men palm i helo ni nm hu'u ulna ma ha
lu 11 o lunuail, 1831, a komo lloko o ku
halo u houpninoia lie lehukhu o nu Ll.o
Ai (a ha holoho.ona).
Jan. 10th, 1881. 0101m
IiLuai - . -J iMU &iuuL i .'iiiUto. JltiXmb.jL i. --.
A private school house is being
erected) at llonokaa. on a site, ad
joining the Com I House, given by
the llonokaa Sugar Co. The teacher
will be Ilex": Mi Tuthill, and $1,00
lias already been subset ibed which
will pay for the erection of the build
ing. A futlher sum of SHOO is re
quired to paint and furnish it, and it
is hoped that some of our citizens
will nssist a good cause,, towards
which the local residents, though
few in number, have contributed
liberally. Among the subscribers are
Mr. S. Parker, $100; Mr. W. II.
Uiekard, S100; E. O. Hall & Sons,
$100; Mr. T. II. Davics, $100; Mr.
A. Otto, $G0 ; Hon. Airs. C. It. Bis
hop, $G0; Mr. B. A. Lyman, $50
and Mr. C. M. Cooke, $00.
rpilK Undersigned begs to inform his
JL f i lends and the public generally
that lie has routed the hop and stock
from Mr. L. Way, and will continue
the business as Carpenter and Builder,
and hopes by paying strict attention to
the business to nieilt a share of public
Having rented my premises on King
Stieut, to Mr. Frit. Y ilhelm, who law
acted as my Foreman for a number of
years, to the satisfaction of myself and
customers, and who is thoroughly capa
ble of carrying on the business, I hope
my old customeis will accord liiui the
ame patronage us they gave me.
033 lm L. WAY.
Stove Coal ! Stove Coal !
Kx "Kimrinii "
Best Anthracite Stove Coal
In casks of about 1200 Pound'-,
Foil S.M.l! at Lowkst li.vir.s nv
Castle & Cooke.
AT ICAPIOLAXI TANK,
is the Favorite Suburban
It is open Every Day
Cm always bo supplied, as well as
Fresh Air m the Country.
II. J. ATOLTE,
(!11 lm Pioprielor.
THE OLD CORNER
IIakt Bnos., : : Proprietors.
Served up in llr.sl-clas style at all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
ite.. Arc. Also,
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
os or. Moisr.
TO Till". l'HONT
Tho reputation of tho above-named
establishment for Supeiior Meals Is well
known, and requite no further com
ment. 01!) lm b
General Insurance Company.
For Sea, liivcr anil Landtrnnsport ol
TTAVINO established an
JUL Honolulu for thu
Islaudi-, tho iimleihij'neil (itucr.il Auenls
aio authoiied to take
Risks against the danger ol tho Seas at
tho most Reasonable Rates, and on fho most
Agent for thu Hawaiian Inland.
0:!7 lw b
ENGLING & SMITH,
Tin & SliGEt-lroi Wopko
Koofers and Gas Fillers.
All kinds of Tin-waro ready made
or mndu to order.
No. 54 : : King Street,
tf Oppodtu Police Station. 0ft
QIX SPAUS, suitabh) for bridging or
O lolling purposes, or hIiIji'i) t-pnrs,
HI AJN h 11UAJ' llUUftJi.
IV 1. II WE jil"t HM-choil .i M'iv line
vt i m iini'iit n!
DMK TABLB UNI,
Direct from Bolfast, Ireland,
OF ALL SIZES TO SUIT,
All Sizes ol" Winner Tables
NAPKINS TO MATCH !
These Linens arotke Finest
Kvoifiini oiteil to this M'ukcl, anil we
invite our Friends It Jiasperl them.
G. W. Macfarlane & Co
012 tf h
Hawaiian Itell Telephone Co.
AT the Meeting of Stocklioldcis of
this Company, held on Thtusday,
Fobiuary Mill, the following olllcer.s
woie elected for the ensuing year.
E. 1 Adams President
God f rev Drown Vice-President
.1. F. Drown, Secietnry A: Treasurer
Cecil Drown, Auditor
(signed) .1. F. 13KOWN,
C10 lw b Seci clary.
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y.
?dS& THE MAGNIFICENT
3new and Elegant Steamships
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu and San
FiancKeo on the
1st and 15th of Each Month.
I'AESK.vauus may have their names
booked in advance by applying at the
olllce of the agents.
Passengers by this lino are hereby no
tilled that they will be allowed 200 lbs
of baggage free by the Oveiland Bail
way, when traveling East.
Excursion Tickets for Round Trip, $125,
good to return by any of the Company's
tite.uncrs within ninety days.
Mr.nciiANDisr. intended for shipment
by tbis line will be received free of
cliuige in the Company's New Ware
house mid leceipls issued for same.
ImjUhakce on inuiehandUc, whilst in
the warehouse, will be at owner'-, risk.
Wm. G. Iiiwin & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
Steam Navigation Company's
lilXM OF STKA3IKKS.
n.vri:, - Commander,
Will run regularly for Konu and Ivan :
Ij:avj:s Honolulu at 4 i.m. on
Fiiduv, .Ian. II Friday, Feb. 22
Tiic-dav, .Ian. 22 Tuesday, Mar. -I
Fildny," Feb. 1 Friday, Mar. M
TiiiMlay, Fib. 12 Tuesday, Mar. 25
Akkivks at Honolulu at 5 r.ji.
Fiiduv. Feb. 211
Tue-d'ny, Mar. H
Fiiduv, Mar. 21
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Elecle,
and Wiiimea, Kauai. Heturnlng, leaves
Nawiliwili every Saturday evening.
Tho James Makoe,
rur.UMAK, - - Cominandcr.
Leaves Honolulu cvory Thursday
at i! p.m. for Kapaa and Kllauea. He
tinning, leaves Kauai every TucMlay at
I p-m., and touching at Waiimu, both
The C. R. Bishop,
ii.wis, ... - Coiiiiiiiimltr.
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at t p.m. for Kiikuiliaele, Honolulu and
Pallidum, ltetuining arrives at Honolulu
every .Sunday morning.
;-&,St earner Kinau,
, KIhk, Conimander,
Leaves Honolulu each Tuohday at
1 p.m., touching at Lalmiiia, Mua
luea Hay, Makena, Maliiikoim, Ku
wailine, Jitiiiiahoelioe mid Hilo.
Hetiiriiing, will touch at all the
alovc ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Ratunlay aftn noon.
VOll HILO D1HKCT.
The Clipper Schooner
Will mil leguhirlv between Honolulu,
and Hilo. For freight or parage apply
to the Captain on hoaid, or to the
Pacikic N.wuiaiion Co.,
OH !)m Cor. Nuuanii iNs. Queen Mh,
v&sSxL will run icgularly
TO WA1ALUA EVliDV MONDAY,
Dcturning on ThuiMhiy, weather
For freight or passage apply to tho
Captain on board, or to
Pacific Nayioatioh Co.,
l"v ) ' a .&ri
tKsaf- n f3B
My Elegant Assortment of Hew Goods
Si IitIciI by nu elf in F.ui , I. l.i.i, .i iilX-w York,
Are low Ousii and Reatly for Iusuectiou-
A.IN1. SAJL10, unci coinpriHc
Never lefose intioluued lmie, anicng which will hifoitid
Entirely New Patterns in
Ladies', Misses', mill u'liitfs Boots unit Shoes.
1ST .IUST05EE MY -a
Elegant Paris Made French Kid Gaiters,
Dojnol fail to see the
Ncav Styles juhI Colors in JLsulies' and Misses' Silk,
Lisle, and lialbriggan J lose.
NEW STYLES OF LADIES' PUIISES. in Peacock, Dlue, Old Gold, and
Mai nou PIuh, A:c., izc,, i:e.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Gent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
It is not necessary for me to enumerate the nviny new gro Is now
introduced by me lieie, but the
Ladies arc invited to call and judge for themselves.
Honolulu, Nov. :2, lSS.'l.
Kennedy & Go's Bulletin of New Goods !
To arrive ly Steamer " Ulariposa "
Fresh Dallimoie Oysters in Tin-, (something Hue)
Ficsh Hiillimore Oysters, in shells, (large and luscious,) ' j
Fresh Columbia Diver Sdinon, ' ' 4
A Dainty Fresh Celery, (just the thing,) " , (
THE AIJOVE ALL ON lOH , , , " '
Fresh California Apples in Doci, ,,
Fiesli California Penis,
Another lot of those Fine Iluinhnldl Potatoes.
Call early ami leave tjonv orders at
Kennedy & Go.,
Popular Grocery, Piovision and Produce Sloie, (17 & G!) Hotel street.
K1',SX1',IIY A ". will pai'L their Fresh CimmIh on ire, no :im to Keep
and Mlilp to any pint of the Island-.
Telephone 240. (ill)
MAGNEALE & URBAN SAFES
Willi Patent Inside Bollwork and Hingo Cap.
Large Assort ment of these justly Celebrated SaieH
Over 500 in daily use on the Hawaiian Islands.
Safes Sold for Cash, or on the Installment Plan.
For Prices, Cliculars, etc., apply to
C. O. HEJlCEJt, General Agent,
r.lOifb HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINES.
This Well-known Machine Is now in-rd at the Itovnl Palace, Hawaiian Hotel,
.Music Hall, and a numb.-r of piiwito lesldciicuo, giving entiri! satisfaction every,
It N the inoit cLOiiomieal Machine in u-e, easily managed and nulomatic in its
I can furnish fiom a'JO Light to ii 1000 Light Machine, smaller sl.es constantly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply lo
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
fiftllfli HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
IN QUANTITIES TO Si: IT,
Jjjils2 s. Ooiul.
Apply nt tho Ollleo of tho
PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co.
Corner Nuuiiiiu n nil Queen f I reels
0'48 I in
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', . sMtfclL
P. 0. Box 297.
P f ',
IP YOUlt IIOHSE IS SICK or LAME,
X, or any way out of order, rail on A
T. DAKEU, at Capt. .1. C. Cluney's utilities-
corner of Queen A; Punchbowl uU.
r5"Itreaklng horse1) to saddle or car
rlugo a specialty. 420 ly
' HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam endues, guuar mills, boil.
era, eonlera; iron, brass and lead eust
liign; machinery of every description
made to order. Particular uttcutiou paid
to ship's black smithing. Job work exe
cuted at short notice, 1
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