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.SATURDAY, FKU. i, 18S1.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
roil 8.N KltASCIH'd.
M.lllp(N!l Ijl'.IVCS Honolulu, Feb. lfltll
Ahimuhi Leaves Honolulu, Mar. ll.
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
roH ACTKI.ANU AM) SVD.NIIYi
Ully of Sydney On Fob, SMul
roit ban riiANX'iEco.
Diamond Head, Feb. US, (!:o() ii.m
Light S. E. wind.
Nothing m sight.
Stmr Alameda, from S. F.
Stmr Kihiuca Hon from Knhuhii
Sclir Miiuuokawai from llnninlain
Sehr Kawailani from Koolau
Stmr Lcliiiu from Maui
Sclir Emma from Olawalu
Sclir Lcahi from Koholalclu
Sclir Mnlolo from Ililo
Stmr Man lor for windward port's
Stmr C li. llishop for Iltumiluia
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Sclir Anna for San Eraneisco
From San Francisco per Alameda,
Feb. 22 Capt J MeKcnna, "W J
Dinger and wire, W M Greenwood,
E A Hall, J Lyons, E V Barnard
and wife, 1 W Pratt, II Dutlon Jr,
wife, son and servant, Capt I II
Marshall, and wife, Col II A Adams,
Miss 11 Hinds, Miss Delia Hinds, C
M Kuncy, II llichardson, S Sclig, T
It Foster and wife, Miss May "Ward,
Miss Mary Ward, I II Walker, Capt
L C Owen, Capt II S Hayes, A G
Ellis, Capt Iloiam Nye, Chas Ford,
h Sanboni, L W Sanborn, Capt F A
Uaikcr, M V Thompson, J Coffey,
E M Jewell, Rev W J Smith, II 13
Hasbrouck, David Graham, Thos
Hind, A Davcy, G Schofuld, IB
Dunham, G Everson, W A Wilber,
A M Beplcy, A Stein, R C Clark,
F Tracy, Alex Mann, W A Lewis, J
Goldbcry, J Oelsler, John Commcss,
M Eseardsna, Mrs II Everson, W M
Goodwin, F B Fuld, A Thorson, Mr
Crapo, Mis Blanchard, and 21 steer
age. For San Francisco per Anna Feb.
22 D J Hayes, W J Osgood, J S
Woodward and wife, A llouscn, II
O Hcnicksen. '
From Kahului per Kilauca IIou,
Feb. 22 W II Cornwell, W A Baily
C Mangclls, Chas Gray, Miss Gray,
Mrs Shan-all and 2 children, and 85
For windward ports, per Planter,
Feb 22 W S Maxwell, II M Pick
thall, Mrs P Lee and child, Miss W
Sylva, J N Kapahu and wife, W II
Cornwell, J N Robinson. T II Cun
ningham, C Ilenteze, C Miller, wife
and child, E C Rowc, 5G deck.
From Maui, per Lchua, Feb 23
M Piko, W Dean, E Jones, Dr Saxc
and 5G deck.
The Ferris S. Thompson left Kahuhit
on Thursday afternoon, In bulast, for
The sclir. Alexander arrived at Port
Towncud on Fob. 13th from Honolulu.
The W. II. Blinond left San Francisco
on Feb. lllth.
Report of s.s. Alameda, sailed Feb.
1 nth, discharged pilot 1 : 10 p.m. 1st, "0
hours htrongS. W. gales with a rough
sea, thence fre.Mi hi. H. W. winds with a
weslery swell anived at 11:10 a.m. (i
days 1!) hours. Feb. 17th 2 a.m. pased
a sailing vessel stealing X. K.
Steamer Kilauca Hon brought 131
bags of piigar, -10 kegs of sugar, fil bags
of taro, anil 2 horses. She sails on Mon
day. Sehr. Mile Morris brought 120 sheep
The Ceylon is making preparation for
the Chiucso passengers.
The whaler Mary Ann Susan was off
port yesterday to receive ,lier captain
unci chief olllccr, who caino by tho Ala
meda. Sho will proceed on a cruise
about Wednesday next.
The Alameda brought 100 sks of silver
coin, 1110 sks of Hour, 00;J sks of bran,
070 sks of barley, 200 sks of oats, 100
sks of potatoes, 150 sks of wheat, 2D0
bales of hay, 1 ciics of rill es, KM kegs
of nails, WO cases of bread, 00 hbls of
salmon, 200 cases of beer, 7B cases of
whiskey, u. eases oi cnampagne, etc.
Sclir Manuokawai In ought ISO bags of
Sehr Kuwallanl brought 000 bags of
" LOCAL "&CENERAL NEV7s7
Ri:ai Kenedy & Co's now mlv.
Mu. and Mrs. T. It. Foster, Mr.
Lyons and Mr. Ellis have lclurned
by tho Alameda.
Hon. A. F. Judd will preside at
the Gospel Temperance Meeting, at
tho Bclhcl, this evening.
Mu. John Coffey, of tho San
Francisco detective force, arrived
yesterday by tho Alameda.
. . .
"Tin: Bible What is its object?"
Will be Mr. Cruznn's theme on Sun
day morning, and "The Survival of
the Fittest," in tho ovcuing.
Tho funeral of the lato Mrs A. A.
Gray will take pluia from tho residence-
of Capt. llclnon this after
noon nt -1 o'clock.
A circus is canceled to arrive on
'I'm: Hand will ;lvo a Conceit on
Monday owning, at Emma Square.
81(10,000 of now silver coinngo
was rcccioil yesterday, it is all in
Mu. J. H. .Sutton, purser of tho
Almncda,' lias kindly fnrnislied w
with late files.
Tin: City of Sydney is due to
morrow. She- was to leave San
Francisco on 17th, the mails being
two days late.
Tin: elegant harness is to be sold
lo-day at noon, by E. P. Adams.
This is a good opportunity to secure
Tin: examination of pupils, at the
Koyal School, still continues. One
boy has been remanded for further
Sxi:ak thieves arc very numerous
all over the citj The police have
been busily engaged in searching for
Tin: remains of the late Mrs. Gray,
who died at Kahului on Sunday
night, were broughl to Honolulu by
llio Kilauca Hon.
Tin: shooting match at the Casino
will lake place this afternoon. Fresh
oysters have been provided by Nolle
for to-day and to-morrow.
Two cases of drunkenness and a
man on a chaigc of burglary, who
was remanded, were the only cases
before the Police Court yesterday.
A book concert, for the Y. M. C.
A. library, will shortly be held.
Each person going to the concert
will bo expected to contribute a book
instead of coin.
Tin: names of Lord Camperdown
and Sir Hercules Robinson are men
tioned as probable successors, of the
Marquis of Norinanby, to the Gov
ernorship of Victoria.
Am. the survivors from the recent
railway accident on Maui arc improv
ing. One of Mrs. Platte's children
is out, the others arc improving
rapidly, and Mr. Bailey's baby will
A vote of thanks, to the Minister
of Finance, was passed by the Y.
M. C. A. on Thursday evening, be
cause ho had remitted the taxes due,
on the property of the association,
for the present year.
So large a number of persons have
made application to join Fori St.
Church at its next communion, that
an extra meeting of the Standing
Committee is necessitated. Such a
meeting will bo held to-night (Satur
day) at 7 o'clock, at the Church.
A section of Richard street side
walk and gutlor has been cleared,,
yielding a crop of hay at the rate of
five tons to the acre ; the grass on
the palace side of the street now
looks, by contrast, more luxuriant
At the time of tho inauguration of
the Chinese New Year, a teamster
named John O'Shca, at Ilonokaa
Plantation, slabbed a man named
Cus Kuh in the top of the leg with
a knife. Old John, who is one of
the most steady and quiet of men,
and is often a bull for chaff, was
this time provoked befond endur
ance. Tar. tnihh returner nt Wnikiuni
Mill broke down on Thm-sdny; a
new one is being cast at the Iron
Works, and Mr. Cornwell, who
came to town on tho Kilaiicn Hon,
expects to commence grinding again
on Wednesday. At the time of the
accident lf0 loads of cane were
waiting at the mill, but tho loss,
caused by tho delay in grinding, will
be very slight.
Tin; Alameda anived yesterday,
on time, with over 00 saloon and '2 1
steerage passengers. When arriving
of the P. M. S. S. Co's wharf sho
would not answer her helm, so it
was determined to go alongsido tho
P. M. .S. S. dock; however utter
nearly running into it she brought,
up at her old berth. Some people
thought that tho P. M. S. S Co. had
bought out the O. S. S. Co. hence
the desire to dock at the former
wharf. The Ahimcda brings two
new otllcers, Dr. I). C. Newman and
Mr. F. W. Wise as chief olllccr.
SuoAit has fallen again. The latest
advices, by telegraph from the East,
arc i" 5-1(5 cents for 1)1 standard.
Another advice says (1 cents for
!(5, is the ollloial quotation for Cuba
centrifugals. Market rather less de
pressed. It i' said that the ship
ments to St. Louis have diverted the
cry of monopoly of the Spreekcls
A further sum of 82,250, towards
the building fund of Onliu College,
is required before 1st May in order
to secure the sum of S2,000 offered
by Mr. J. T. Watcrhousc, which will
complete the total of 815,000 re
quired to secure the donation of
Hon. C. R. Bishop. There are
many graduates of the College, on
these Islands, who have not ycl con
tributed, and it is hoped that they
will promptly "do their little best"
in aid of a good cause.
Tin: celebration of Washington's
birthday commenced on Thursday
evening with a serenade to His Ex
cellency R. M. Daggcll, U. S. Min
ister Resident, by a siring band,
which subsequently played and sang
at the hotel and other places. Yes
terday morning Mr. Daggcll was
again serenaded, this time by the
Royal Hawaiian Band. At noon
yesterday thirty-eight guns were
II red from the Esplanade, all the
shipping being decorated with Hags,
and in the evening a band concert,
which was well attended, was given
at the hotel.
Stove Coal ! Stove Coal !
Ex " Spartan "
Best Anthracite Stove Coal
In casks of about 100 Found-,
Fon Sam; at Lowkst Rate hy
527 3m Castle & Cooke.
AT KAIMOLAN1 PA IMC,
Is the Favorite Sulmrlmn
Bt is open Every Day
Can always be supplied, as well as
Fresh Air in the Country.
IT. J. NOLTE,
0U lm Piopiietor.
THE OLD CORNER
Uaut IJuos., : : Proprietors.
Served up in llrst-elass style at all hour
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Alway.s on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&e., &u. Also,
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
TO Till! 1'llO.NT
IS NOW OPEN !
Tho icputallon of tho above-named
establishment for Supeiior Meals is well
known, iiml requites no fuither com
ment. "I" lm '
General Insurance Company.
For Sea, River and Lantllransport of
HAVING ehtabllnhed an Acncy at
Honolulu for tho Hawaiian
Islands, the undei. sinned General Agents
:ue niithori.cd to take
R'sks against tho danger oi (ho Seas at
the most Roasonablc Rales, and on the most
Agent for the Hawaiian Islamh.
0:17 lw 1)
ENGLING & SMITH,
Til & SlMt-lNi Workers
Itooi'uvs ami ft sis Filtors.
All kinds of Tin-waro ready ninilu
or mado lo order.
No. 54 : : King Street,
tf Opposite Police Station.' 0W
J V. II.W1" u-t leeched n vciv hll"
T 1 astoituicnt of
MM TABLB LINEN,
Direct from Belfast, Ireland,
OP ALI, SIZES TO SUIT,
All Sizes oi' Winner Tables
NAPKINS To MATCH !
These Linens are the Finest
1'ver.l in potted lo this Maiket, and wo
invite our Friend1 lojinspect tliein.
6. W. Macfarlane & Co
IIiMvaiinn 5ull ""Vlenlione Co.
AT the Meeting of Stockholders of
this Company, held on Thursday,
Febiuaiy 1 ltli, the following ollleer.s
were elected for the ensuing 3 ear,
E. P. Adams, President
Godfrey ihown, Vicc-Piesident
.1. P. Ill-own Secretary As Treasurer
Cecil ISrown, Auditor
(signed) .l.F. 11KOWN.
010 lw b Secretary.
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y.
&$& TIIK MAGNIFICENT
nSgferfcucw and Elegant, Steamships
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu and San
FmucI&co on the
1st and 15th of Each Month.
I'Assr.soi.us may have their names
booked in advance by applying ai the
olllee of the agents.
Passengers by this line are Iierohy no
tilled that they will be allowed J.'50 lbs
of baggage free by the Oveil'ind Hall
way, when traveling East.
Excursion Tickets for Round Trip, SI 25,
good to return by any of the Company's
bteamcrs within ninety days.
MmiciiANDisK intended for shipment
by this line will be received free of
charge in the Company's New Ware
house and receipts issued for same.
lNSintAMCi: on mcreiiamusc, wnnsi in
tho warehouse, will be nt owner's risk.
W.m. G. Iuwin & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
Steam Navigation Company's
LIXK of stjkamkks.
is.vius, - - - Commander,
Will 1 1111 regularly for Komi and Kim :
Li:avi:.s Ho.voi.ui.u at 1 i'.m. ox
Friday, Jan. 11
Tuesday, Jan. '--
r'lid.iy," Feb. 1
Tuexlay, Fib. I!.'
Friday, Feb. 2J
TueMlav, M.ir. -1
Friday," Mar. 1-1
Tuesday, .Mar. !'."
Ai;kivi:s at Honolulu at.) i.m.
Ftiday, Jan. IS
Turd"iy, Jan. ilil
Fiid.iy, i' eb. S
Tiesduj, Feb. I!)
r't nl.it, l-eli. s.i
'H.o-dV,-, Mai. I"
F.idi, M.ir. 21
Loaves Honolulu every Tuesday
til p.m., for Nawlliwili, Koloa, Kleele,
and W'almea, ICiuiai. HelurnliiK, leaves
Nawlliwili every S5.itiiul.iy evening.
Tlio James Makoo,
riti!i:MAX, - Commander-
Leaves Honolulu every Thursday
at it p.m. for Kapau and Kllnuen. He
turning, leaves Kauai every Tuenlay at
1 p-ui., nml touching at Wninau, both
The C. R. Bishop,
d.wib, . - - - Coinmaiider.
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
nt -1 p.m. for IviiUuiliaele, Ilounkim and
I'aauhau. lteturnlng urrhes at Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
SS Klnir, Coinmander,
'lA'iives ironolulii each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahnina, Mua
laea, Hay, Makena, Mahukoua, Kw
wnlliae, Lnupahoolioo anil Hllo.
Hotiirnlng, will touch at all the
alovc ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Ssnturdny afternoon.
FOR IIILO DIKKCT.
The Clipper Sehooner
Melssoii, - - - Master,
Will run regularly between Honolulu,
and Hllo. For freight or parage apply
to tho Captain oi boanl, or to tho
Facii-ii! Navkiaiion Co.,
(Ill ilm Cor. iN'uuaiiu it (iueen sis.
t, TU1J KAbTUAIl.lHU
wV Sohoonor Ehukai
will run legularly
TO WAIAMJA EYKUV MONDAY,
Hetuining on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to tho
Captain on board, or to
l'ACIKIC NAVUIATION Cl).,
Til f :f
My Elegant Assortment of New Goods
Selected by inyelf m Ptui,, bui'lon, uudfMew York,
ire low Op and tody for Inspection
jV.IVL !"t A.JL1 LC, uimI 'mirise
Never before introvluccdihcic, among which will bijfoaud
Entirely Now Patterns in
Ladies', Misses', ami CliMra's Boils anil Sloes.
CSiJUSTI5Ei: MY -a
Elegant Paris Mado French Kiel Gaiters,
Dcjnot fail to sec tho
Now Stylos ami Colors in Ladies' and Misses' Silk,
Lisle, and lialbriggaii J lose.
NEW STYI.ES..OF LADIES' PU11SES. in Peacock, lllue, Old Gold, and
Maroonjl'lush, &c., &c, &c.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Cent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
It is not necessary for mo to enumerate tho many new goods now
introduced by 1110 here, but the
Ladies are invited to call and judge for themselves,
Honolulu, Nov. 22, 1883. !i!5
KGunefly k Co's Bill
Per "Alameda" Feb. 22.
Fm:sii Easteiik Ovstkiis, in Tins 11 ml Shells.
Fnr.su Salmon Cr.i.uur, etc., On Ice.
Fiu:sh Canni:d and 1$ottm:d Goods.
Ring up Telephone 240.
Leave your Orders at
klDK7STIDDY & Co.,
Popular Grocery Store, 07 and C'J Hotel stieet
IACNEALE & URBAN SAFES
Willi Patent Insido Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
A Ijiire Assort nionl of these justly Celehrahid Safes
Over 500 in daily use on tho Hawaiian Islands.
Safes Sold for Cash, or on the Installment Plan.
For Prices, Circulars, etc, apply to
C. O. IiERGEK, General Agent,
.110 if b HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
SPRINGFIELD &AS MACHINES.
This Well-Known Machine Is now used nt the Itoynl l'alaee, Hnwaiian Hotel,
Mufle Hall, nml 11 number of prhato residenrei, giving entire t-allsfaction every
where. It is the moit economical Machine in me, easily mnnngeil nml niitoinatlc In its
I can fur.iisli from a '20 Light to n 1000 Light Machine, smaller nlzcs oonstnnlly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
Tor Circulars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply to
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
Mil if b HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
$1:2 sx Oovcl.
Apply nl tho Olllco of the
PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co.
Corner Nuuiiuu mil Queen htrcots
of New Goods !
I F YOUH 110USK IS 8ICIC or LAME,
1 or unv wuv out of order, call on A
T. ItAICnil, at Capt. .1, C. Cltinoy'n Ma-
bles- coiner ot Queen is I'unciiiiowi bis.
tgjr-llreakliig horsui to Middle or car
lingoaspeciulty. 4'iO ly
HONOLULU IRON "WORK8,
flSteain enirines, bimar millB, boll.
cm, coolers; Iron, brass and lend cast
ings; machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention paid
to ship's black smithing. Job work exe.
cuteil at bltorl notice. 1
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