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M.iilpo?u....LeivesHiiolidii, Feb. loth
Alameda. .. .Leaves Honolulu. Mai l-l.
roil AUCKLAND AND RUINT.V:
Oily of Sydney On l'eb. IMul
1 Oil feAN NIANCTSCO.
.Stinr Xcalumlta ....Mutch 10
Dtiunoiul Head, Feb. 23, (1:110 a.in
Light S. K. wind.
Two wlialo barks 20 miles off
Suhrs Mob Hoy & Uainlmw off port.
Stinr Likclikc from windward ports
Stinr .Tns Makco from Kauai
Sciir Liholiho from Kilauca
Sclir Nettie Merrill from Laliaina
Stinr Kiiiau from windward ports
U S S Hartford from Callao
Stmr Iwalani from Kauai
Sehr Kckcaluolii from Ilanalei
Stmr Mokolii from Koolau
Sclir llalcakala from Pcpcekco
Mk Caibaricn .10 dys from S:m V.
Mk C O Whitmore 20 dvs fin 1 T.
Tern D S Williams 31 dys fm P. T.
Sclir Wailclc from Mitliko
Sclir "Wniclnt from Waicnao
Sclir Anna for San Erancisco
Sclir Emma for llccia
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Stmr Jas Jlakcc for Kauai
Stmr Kilauca IIou for Kaludui
Stmr Lclma for Molokai & Maui
Sclir Malolo for Ililo
Sclir Lcahi for Kohalalelu
Sclir Nettie Merrill for Laliaina
Sclir Kawailani for Koolau
From Kauai and Waianac per Jas.
Makcc, Feb. 23 F 13agot, A Harris
wife & 2 children, S Moth, 1 China
man and 21 deck.
From windward ports per Kinau,
Feb 23. W M Seal, C N Arnold, L
Misagno, Dr Stallard, .7 Austin, Mrs
Grant, M Murray, E Kckou, J N
Wright, J F Mills, J D Elson, S M
Taylor, AV E Calligan, W A Smith,
F M Butler, A Young, lion F Brown
Hon G Brown, J D Mobcits, C F
Phelps, L Ascu, M Catton, Hon P
Isenbcrg, F W Glade, J D Grant,
M Morrow, J W Gay, A Kaualiilii,
W II Halstcnd, W J Hoincr, Capt
IIaylc3', Chong See,. II Zerbe, II
Tu'rlon, G Irvine, T C Forsythc and
From Kauai per Iwalani Feb 21
II M IIJLiluiokalani, Miss Sheldon,
Mrs Kalumanu, Gov Konoaj II Mac
fie, C White, G N Wilcox, 35 deck.
From S. F. per Caibaricn Feb 24
AY II Fink, D McLcod, AY Mc
Leod, 11 M McKinna, J Edwards.
The Fehr. Anna sailed SUuicl.vy for
Sau Francisco. She took 1898 bags of
sugar, and 1GI2 bags of rice. Total
domestic value .".", 121.30.
Stmr Lchtia brought SOS lug-) of mi
guv, 5!I5 kegs of sugar, 20 hogs mid ii
Sohr Liholiho brought l.ttiO Ings of
sugar fioin Kilauca.
Stmr Jas Makcc biought 1,."i03 bags
The Iclani will probably .til on Wed
nesday. Sclir. Emilia brought 1000 bag-, sugar.
Sehr Nettle Merrill brought 2100 bags
Sehr Malolo brought 1700 bags sugar.
The Ceylon will probably .sail to-day.
The bark Elsinorc left hero .Tan. 10th,
for San Francisco up to the turns of the
depailurc of the Alameda, she had not
been heard of. She was then 3G days
The Lchua went on the Marino Kail
way on Saturday to be cleaned. She
balls to day at her usual hour.
Stmr Likelike brought G0O0 bags of
sugar, GO heads of cattle, and 51 hides.
Stmr Iwalani brought 4107 bgs sugar,
78 bags l ice, -18 bndlb paia.
Stmr Kinau brought !)1C0 bgssugai,
175 sheep, 1 horse.
Tho bail: F S Thompson sailed from
Ivahuliil Feb 21, for Nauaiino, in ballast
In Honolulu, on Fob. 21st, by tho
Bishop of Olba, Thomas Douglass to
Suslo O'Noll, both of Honolulu.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
CiiAitun Stoddard expects to re
turn on the Mariposa.
Tin: bark Elsinore was fifteen days
overdue, from Honolulu, when the
Alameda left San Francisco.
Caitain Hayley lcturncd from
Maui on Saturday bringing about a
dozen recruits for the Mounted
That handsome pair of bay horses,
the property of Mr. W. II. Cornwell,
will bo offered for sale this morning
by Lyons & Levey.
Tiir.ni: is a boom in theatrical
circles in San Francisco, conse
quently Grismer Co. cannot bo witli
us for a month or two. It is pos
sible that some good operatic singers
may come when tho boom is over.
Ax account of Tom (Junk's ar
iival in San Francisco is given on
the full! Hi page, with The Puz.dcd
Tin: latest. An act ii to he
brought before the Legislature lo
enforce the scenic fastening of all
olllcc chairs to the Hour.
The till in the hotel bar was rob
bed, on Friday night, of SS.. A
Chinaman was arrested on Satmday
afternoon, and it was found that he
had a duplicate key to the bar-room
A Texas owl mistook a sleeping
man's head for a chicken, and fast
ened its claws into his hair and
scalp. "Well! what's the matter
now, old woman?" said the assailed,
as he awoke. Jersey City Journal.
A large cannon was hauled from
Ilackfcld & Co's yard, on Saturday
afternoon, to the Esplanade. Peo
ple wanted lo know if preparations
were being made lo defend the coun
try against invasions in consequence
of the Madras muddle.
A Chicago daily paper contains
the followiug advertisement: "Per
sonal. AYantod a hand lo hold mine
as down life's vale I glide; wanted
an arm to lean upon for ever by my
side. Address Miss F.mma II., Iland
lin, Chicago P.O."
A private letter, received by the
last mail from the Coast, says that
it is probable before long that every
steamer arriving at San Francisco,
from Honolulu, will be quarantined
in consequence of the increase of
leprosy on these islands.
In the Police Court on Saturday,
J. McCouneU-forfeitcd his bail of SO
for being drunk. T. Malloncy, ac
cused of the larceny of a watch, va
lued at $50, the property of Neil
Boyd, was remanded lo 2Gth Inst.
A nol. pros, was entered against
Lee Ilecn accused of burglary.
Tin: new Hawaiian dollars aic
even nicer coins to look upon than
llicir half brothers. The coat of
arms of this Kingdom is reproduced
in its entirety, and the coins, so the
ladies say, make very pretty broaches
and ornaments. Business men say
what a pity they do not contain more
Tin: Grajihio employs about 1 ,000
people, the annual outlay is over
120,000, and the weight of the pa
per used 1,000 tons. Tho Chiistmas
number occupies nearly a year in
preparation ; its issue is half a mil
lion copies, and it is published simul
taneously in England, the United
Stales, and in several of the colo
It was a gentleman named Delau
nny who predicted, two years ago,
the late fiightful catastrophe in
Java. He is, probably, as proud at
the fulfilment of his prophecy, as he
would have been disappointed at its
non-fulfilment. And let us say, when
on the subject, that the same cheer
ful seer has prophesied a still more
lenible cataclysm in 1S8G. Hyilney
JIu. E. M. Jewell, tho advance
agent of Sherman's educated horses
and European Circus, arrived by
the Alameda to make arrangements
for opening the show in Honolulu.
The circus will arrive by the Mari
posa, and includes eight horses, and
eleven performers ainoug whom is
one lady rider. The company will
remain hero for about three weeks
and probably locato its lent on the
Miss Forlcscue tho great Ameri
can actress, hues Lord Gramoylc,
son of Lord and Lady Cairns, who
will appear in the witness box, for
80,000 damages for breach of pro
nii&o of marrinstc. Loid Cairns let
ters admit her reputation to be un
blemished, but tho persuasion of his
mother, who suffers tyom heart dis
ease and says the niarriago would
kill her, is tho cause of this breach.
CiiowQiiiM. says that each cabman
in Honolulu takes, on an average,
$10 a day. We have asked twelvo
cabmen, whom wo have stopped pro
miscuously, and they say their re
ceipts have been, since 1st Jnuuary,
from SI to S8 a day, the latter being
considered an tiniibiiully good day's
woik. A fair average, from the
figures given to us, would be SO" a
day. Possibly CrowiiuiU's man has
special customers who pay well.
A Japanese was killed at IColiala
by a unlive. A woman at the bot
tom o T it.
The shooting match at the Casino
on Saturday wna won by Mr. linger
with l.VJ points, against Mr. Tra
A conch accident on Kauai re
sulted in the death of a child and
severe injuries lo other passengers.
Srr.AKixo of leprosy, the Satur
day Pros says "AVc have no quar
rel in this matter witli Mr. Gibson,
Mr. Paikcr, or Mr. Fitch, so long
ns they cease lo resist the demon
strated fact of contagion." Mr.
Parker distinctly expresses his opi
nion that leprosy is contagions, and,
on this point, he differs from Dr.
Filch, the latter gentleman being
well aware of Mr. Parker's opinion.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
London, Feb. 13th. At last the
heroic garrison at Sinkat has been
bulchcicd. For a fortnight they
have been eating roots and tree
leaves. It was a feeble band indeed
which made p sortie to die amidst
the rebel hordes. Tcwdk Bey haran
gued his men, saying that by fight
ing Ihcy might save themselves, but
by remaining they must die from
hunger in a few days, as llight was
impossible. The men thus animated
with Tewflk Bey's spirit, destroyed
the militaty stores, exploded the
magazine, filled their pouches to the
utmost with cartridges and issued
forth, GOO strong, against the rebels.
Osman Dyma's hordes rushed to the
attack". Tewflk Bey and his men
fought nobly for a long time. They
repulsed every attempt to break their
ranks. Finally superior numbers
prevailed, and with a rush the rebels
burst through one of the sides of the
Egyptian square. A general mas
sacic ensued and not a soul escaped.
The " Mexican Central Railroad
will be finished by March 1st.
Stove Coal! - Stove Coal !
Best Anthracite Stove Coal
In casks of about 1200 Pounds,
Foil Sam: at Lowp.st Hates uy
527 3m Castle & Cooke.
THE OLD CORNER
Haiit Bnos., : : Proprietors.
Served up In Ihst-elass style :it all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. in'.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
iVc, .te. AIfo,
Icod X5iili:.s !
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
to Tin: nio.NT
The reputation of tho nbow-naiued
establishment for Supciior Meal. In well
known, and reipiiies no fmtlicr com
ment. Illil lin b
General insurance Company.
Tor Sea, lllvcr and Landtransport of
HAVING rstablibhed an Agency at
Honolulu for the Hawaiian
lblatidf, tho uiidri'KiKiicd General Agents
mo authorized lo take
fl'sks against tho danger ol tho Seas at
the most Reasonable Rates, and on (ho most
F. A. .SOIIAKFKH it Co.
Afient for tho Hawaiian Islamic.
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ENGLING & SMITH,
Tin k MM Workers
Kool'erH and Gas Fillers.
All UlwU of TJn-wuro ready in lo
or iniulu to order.
No. 54 : : King Street,
tf Opposite Police Station, "35
,V I' II A VK Just uwlieil a wiyliiii"
7 7 assortment "T
DAMASK TABLB LINEN,
Direct from Bolfast, Ireland,
OP ALL SIZ15S TO SUIT,
All Sizes of Dinner Tables
NAM To" HATCH!
These Linens are the Finest
Eveiimpoitcd to this .Market, and we
invite our Friends toiiHpcct them.
G. W. Macfarlanc & Co
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Iltuvniiuii ISell Telephone Co.
AT tho Meeting of Stockholders of
this Companv, held on Thursday,
Fcbiuaiy Mth, the following nfllccis
weie elected for tho ensuing year.
E. P. Adams, President
Godfrey Iliow n, Vice-President
.1. F. Brown, Secretary & Treasurer
Cecil Urow n, Auditor
(signed) J. F. 11HOWN,
GlOlwb Seci clary.
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y.
&i& T1IE MAGNIFICENT
nggjlg&.new- and Elcgaift Steamship?
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu and San
Francisco on the
1st and 15 th of Each Month.
PASsr.xomts may have their names
booked in advance by applying at the
olllce of the agents.
Passengers by this line arc hereby no
tified that they will be allowed 250 lbs
of baggage free by the Overland Hall
way, when traveling East.
Excursion Tickets (or Round Trtp, $125,
good to leturn by any of the Company's
btenmers within ninety days.
Miuicit.vxuisn intended for shipment
by this line will he received free of
charge in the Company's New Wine
house and lcceipts issued for same.
Ixsukakci: on merchandise, whilst in
tho warehouse, will be at owner's lisk.
Wm. G. Iiiwin & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
Steam Navigation Company's
LINK OF STl'JAMJBKS.
i!.vii:s, . . . Commander,
Will Mill irjjulaily for Kona and Kan
r,i:.vi:s llo.voi.ui.ir at -1 r.sr. on
Friday, .Ian. 11
Tuesil.iv, .Ian. ii
Kihhv, Kuli. 1
l'lieMhij, Fib I 'J
Fiiday, - Feb. Si!
Tuesday, Mar. !
Fililny, M.ir. II
I'iii-mI'iV, Mar. S.'i
Akkivks at Honolulu at 5 im.
Fiiday, Jan. 18
Tuc-d i'., -la it !!l
Tuesday, Feb. 1!)
Tue--d iy, .Mar. II
Fiiday. M u Jil
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 p.m., for Nawlliwili, Koloa, Illedf,
and Walmca, Kauai. Heturniii;, leavci
Nawlliwili every Saturday evening.
Tho Jarnos Makoo,
Leaves Honolulu every Thursday
at II pan. for Kapwi and Kilaue.i. He.
turning, leaves Kauai every Tuesday at
t )'in., and touching at Wainae, bulb
Tho C. R. Bishop,
invis, . Commander.
Loavos Honolulu every Tuesday
nt-1 p.m. for KiiUulliaele, llonnkaa and
Tamilian, ltotuininj; mrive at Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
", King. L'ciininnnder,
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
1 p.m., touching at Laliaina, Mna
laea Hay, Makcna, Malm kona, Kn
wailiau, I.aupuhoelioo uml Jlilo,
Iteturnlng, will touch at all thfl
alovi- ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Satnulay afleinoon.
jJj FOR IIILO DIKKCT.
"J&fibi&Zk Tho Clipper Schooner
MeUson, - .Master,
Will run regularly between Honolulu,
and Hllo. For freight or passage apply
to the Captain on bo.ud, or to the
l'ACU'io Ts.WKivrio.N Co.,
(Ill ilia Cor. Nuuaiiu &, (jiiecn hh.
Till: I'AST HAILINU
es3& will run icgularly
TO WAIALUA KVKUY MONDAY,
lleturnliig on ThurMlay, wcithcr
For fielghl or paswigo apply to the
C.iptaln on board, or to
1'Acii'io Navhiviton Co.,
My Elegant Assortment of Hew Goods
Solctlel 1 in, e'l in IV i I, 1 1 i in I N, York,
Are How Opn and Reafty for Inspection
.A-IVl.) SAJL.L0, ;nnl compi-iNe
Never before intioiluced lieic, among which will be found
Entirely Now Patterns in
Ladies', Misses', mi Clilreii's Boots ml Sloes,
IS" JUST SEE MY -a
Elegant Paris Made French Kid Gaiters,
Do not fail to see the
New Stylos ami Colors in Ladies' ami Misses' Silk,
Lisle, and Jialbriggan J lose.
NEW STYLES OP LADIES' l'UUSES, in I'caror-U, Uluc, Old Gold, and
Maroon l'lush, vV:c, &C., &c.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Gent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
It ib not neccMiiy for nie to enunictate the many new goods now
introduced by me here, but the
Ladies are invited to call and judge for themselves.
Honolulu, Nov. 22, 18S:i.
Keimefly & Go.'s Bulletiii of New Gooils !
Per "Alameda" Feb. S3.
Fiiixu Eastiuix Ovsnuis, in Tins and Shells.
Kiirwi! Salmon Ci:i.i:uy, etc., On It'e.
Kur.su O.vNNim and llOTir.r.n Oooiis.
Ring up Telephone 240.
Leave your Orders at
KID1STTEDY & Co.,
1'opnlar Grocery Store, 07 and 05) Hotel street
MAGNEALS & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Insido Boltvvork and Hinge Cap.
A Large Assortment of these justly Celebrated Safes
Over 500 iu daily use on the Hawaiian Islands.
Safes Sold for Cash, or on the Installment Plan.
For I'riccs, Cirnihu.i, etc., apply to
C. O. BEKGEK, General Agent,
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SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINES.
This Well-known Jl.mhino is now ut-crt at the Itoval I'ahieo, Hawaiian Hotel,
.Mush: Hall, and a mimluTof private icshluiice', giving entire Kallnfnntioii ovary
wheie. It is Ihomo-t ccnnoinical Jlncliiae in uu, easily managed and automatic In Its
I can furalsh fioin a 20 Light to a 1000 Light Machine, smaller bI.ch constantly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply lo
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
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IN QUANTITIKS TO SUIT,
.SS13 :r Ooi'd.
Apply at thoOmcoof the
PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co.
Coiner Nuuanii and Queen streets
1 F YOUll HOliSi: IK KICIC or LAMU,
J or anv way out of order, call on A
T. llAKK'lt, at Capt. J. O. Cluuey'a sta
bles, corner of Queen fi Punchbowl sts.
gjrllrcaUlng hore3 to tiiidillu or car
rlagu a (.pecialty. 420 ly
yfrr' HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Ml'.toSteam cugineH, sugar mllU, boil,
em, eoolersj Iron, brass and lead cast
Ingsi limcliiiicry of every description
made to order. Particular attention paid
to shlp'n black smithing, Job work exe
cuted at short notice, 1
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