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TUKSDAV, l-'KU. '2C, 1U8I.
oceamq s. s. co.
rou sun rn.w wo,
Alameda. .. .Leaven Hoi.nlulu, Mil v. 1.l.
iM'lilptvu. . . .Leaves Honolulu, Mnr. 13th
VOll AITI;t.Nl) AMI bVUNI'.V:
AuBtriillu On March 22ml
run san ruANcuco.
Slmr ZcnlmiiHsi Miuch 10
Diamond Head, Pel). 2fi, (J:"0 ii.ni
Light S. K. wind.
Slmr City of Sydney from S. F.
lilt D C Murray from S. F.
Schr EliiiUui from AVtiinhui
Schr Wainmhi from Kolon
Schr ILiinbow from Knuni
Schr Kob Uoy ft-om Koolnn
Slmr City ot Sydney for Aimtrnlin
Slmr Jsis Makec for Kiiuai
Stinr Kilaiica Hon for Knluthii
Slmr Lchtiii for Molokai & Msuti
Schr Malolo for Ililo
Schr Lcnhi lor Kolmlnlcle
Schr Ivuwailiini for Koolau
VESSELS LEAV1NC THIS DAY.
Slmr Kinau for windward ports
Slmr Iwalani for Kauai
Bk Ceylon for Hongkong
Schr Ehukai for Wnhilu'a.
Schr "Vsiichu for Maliko
Schr "Wailclc for Maliko
Schr Kekaiiluolri for Ilanalci
Schr lqb I?oy for Koolau
Slmr Mokolii for Koolau
Schr Nellie Merrill for Lnlminn,
Schr Luka for Kohalalelc
For Kohului per Kilaiica Hon,
Feb 25 II Long and wife, A Cook,
Bros James, Miss S "Weed, Miss
Whitney, E II Woodward and 30
From San Francisco per City of
Sydney, Feb. 25 Chas Furncaux,
J J Dickey and wife, J Guillamnc,
Miss A C Foppenbery, Mrs Dickey,
John O Bucn, Miss Shears, Miss
Jordan, Mrs M llampson, C steerage
For Hongkong per Ceylon, Feb.
20 Rev. S. C. Damon and wife, &
From Maui, per Lcliua, Fab ;25
F II Ilavselden & family, Mrs.
Kinney, 1' Dalton, and 2!5 deck.
For Kauai, pei Jas Makec, Feb 25
J A Temple Mr. Makaula 10 deck.
Jv For Australia per' City of New
York, Feb 25th Mr & Mrs Little,
and 2 steerage.
.Report of s.s. City of Sydney, dis
charged San Francisco pilot Feb. IStli,
I!: 10 a.m., received Honolulu pilot Feb.
25th, 9:in a.m. Fob. 20th, 0 a.m. paed
steamer Jlaiiposa bound North, fits
miles from San Francisco. IMad .Souther
ly winds the entire passage off Cocoa
Head, passed Ilk. U. C. Murray bound
She s.s. City of Sydney brought 150
f-ks of potatoes, 200 bxs of apples, 0 pks
of news papers, o pkgs engine & ilxure-,
14 bxs of onion, Sli pkgs of merchan
dise, Sit pkg-i of groceries, 21'.! pkgs of
SehrF.liul;al brought 100 bags sugar,
Schr Hnlcakala brought 1 Kilt bags of
Schr WjIcIiu brought S."0 bags sugar.
Schr Wallelo brought 1291 bags .sugar.
Schr Walmalu brought !!() cords of
tire wood from Nawiltwill.
Schr Rainbow brought Sl!3 bags of
rice from Kauai,
Schr Rob Roy brought 4011 bags rice.
The hark C. O. Whit more, Captain
Calhoun brought 001,:i0'J fcetof lumber,
fiOOO pickets, f0,000 laths, and 225 sks of
potatoes. She Is consigned to Messrs.
Allen & Robinson.
The bark Catbarlen, Captain L. 11.
llobbard brought (ill! bales of hay, 410
sks of oats, 177 sks of brim, :tlu s-ks of
barley, 1,050 sks of Hour, !!25 bbls lime,
200 lix of sugar, 2220 bndls of hhlngle?,
TiOOO brick. Shu had head wind through,
out the entire passage. Shu Is consigned
to Huckfuld & Co.
At thu lloinis Lunalilo, nu the 21t
inst., by thu Rev. II. II. Parker, Mr;
llonry Hell of Paauhiiu (adopted biothcr
of II. S. Swliiton) to MIkb Augu"tti
Emily Caiuara of this city.
LOCAL & CENERAL HEWS. '
Tin: bark Army Turner left Bos
ton, for ironoltilii, on Fch. lGth.
The Pacific Hc&tnnrant, on .South
street, was robbed on Saturday
night of eleven dozen eggs and bomo
Nolto litis just received a consign
ment of very superior cigars of tho
best brands which he offers a rea
Matrimonial disturbances are pre
valent. Three ladies were ycslcr-
day charged with deserting, their
husbands, and one gentleman was
charged with deserting his wife,
Mit. Couxwi'i.i.'s pair of bays
were sold yesterday for $8(15 to Mr.
The V. II. Heed was sounding on
Friday, between Mnhukona and K:i-
waihae, and on Saturday she slatted
for iWatii to coinnicncp operations in
the Hawaiian Channel.
The telephone, ulllco was beseiged
at !) o'clock on Sunday evening,
willi questions as to the arrival of
llto City of Sydney, people forget
ting that the Admiral's ship always
fires a gun at night and early morn.
Mr. David Graham Adcc, who
recently visited Honolulu, has writ
ten an account of what he saw and
hoard heie. The commencement of
his first article is reproduced on the
Tin: last subscription list to be
circulated in town is for the purpose
of supplying funds to keep the
lamps in the Post Olllcc verandah
lighted at nights. Business men
complain that "now you sec them
and now you don't." If tho lamps
are always lighted it is not only a
convenience, but also a protection
against the breaking open of letter
boxes which sometimes occurs.
A sermon was recently delivered
in the chapel of the Y. M. C. A. in
San Francisco by llev. Dr. Lane
"pastor of a Protestant Church in
Honolulu." If the report of the
sermon and subsequent interview, as
given in the S P. -Chronicle, be
correct, then the Uev. Dr. Lane is
guilty of gross exaggerations and
misstatements in tlie remarks he
made about this Kingdom in general
and His Majest- in particular, ,
Tin: first number of the new pa
per, the dun Jranciscun, has been
handed to us by Messrs. J. M. Oat
Jr. & Co. It is published by Joseph
T. Goodman, Arthur McEwen and
Thomas E. Flyini who "hope to
make it devilish uncomfortable for
humbugs of every degree." Among
the writers are Mark Twain, Hon.
Tlios. Fitch, and Hon. li. M. Dag
gett who contributes a paper on
Strange Hawaiian Traditions.
Eight cricketers, out of a possi
ble twenty-live, made their appear
ance at the reserve on Saturday
afternoon and played for several
hours. "Small beginnings make big
endings" so there is reason to ex
pect an increase in numbers for
Saturday next. The players present
last week were Uev. AY. A. Swan,
Messrs. G. Woilchouse, II. 31.
"Whitney, Jay, T. riul "W. Lishman,
A. M. llewelt and T. Harrison.
- cuoici: LOT Ob'
2 IS A. S. CLEG1IORN &, CO.
DU1MNG my absence Mr. .). Ilyinan
will act for mc under power of
atliiruey 111 all muttcis ol lmsinc-:; all
hill against me will be paid by him,
mill all accounts duo me nro to be paid
038 Uw :. PKClv.
Grocery and Feed Store.
WOLFE &, EDWAHDS, corner of
King and Niiuanu streets.
Fresh Giocerics by every steamer. Or
ders solicited, and goods delivered in
any part of the city. fiOl dm b
f WILL XO.r bo rc-poiisihlo for any
J. debts contracted In my name after
this date, without my written onlcr.
Honolulu, .Ian. 21, 1891. (117 tlw
LOST on Saturday night on Hotel st.
A double English Traveling Hug,
u lived liciji-.kin loot rug, ami an cm.
bio'idered dust-wrap. Tliu above re
ward will be paid on returning same to
U.II (i. W. MACKAULAN K it Co
ANY ONH found on my premiscn at
Monnuliia without my permission,
will be pio-ccuted for trespass.
O KA MIOA o loan ana malium o kn'u
tiina ma .Moanalua, me kn'u no ole iiku
e liooiillla no oia no lco konioliown.
Jan. lfitli, isai. (110 lm
ALL HILLS duo to tho Undersigned
up to Sept. Until, 18311, if not srt-
tied on or i.uioro renriiarv isi, win nu
lihii'i-d in the hands of a Collector.
C0 lm W. K. FOSTlilt.
.mjs'j1 ti:oi;i vum
KX " MAKII'OSA"
A Full Assortment
American Groceries !
215 A. S. CLEGIIOHN & CO.
LATEST rOREICM HEWS.
Advices fiom South Africa report
the death of Cctewayo, the Zulu
chieftain, from heart disease.
There is a universal feeling of
humiliation and shame that the gal
lant men of Sinkal were killed al
most within sight of the British ships.
It is reported that a majority of
the Cabinet nro urging more vigorous
action in Egypt. Gladstone, Earl
Granville and some oilier members
of the Cabinet oppose increasing
Wolsclcy has telegraphed .Steven
son, General commanding the troops
in Egypt, to collect a. force to re
lieve Toknr, if possible; if other
wise, to defend the foils.
J. W. Mackay has completed all
arrangements for the lti3'ing of the
new cables across the Atlantic.
The agents of El Mnhdi arc at
work in Yemen, Arabia; his forces
have abandoned their position before
England's Egyptian policy was
the subject of an extended debate in
Gladstone was assaulted 1 13 an un
known man on Bond Street, London.
The original of Tom Levis in
Daudet's play of "Le Koi En Exile"
has absconded. lie is a defaulter
to the amount of 120,000.
Dr. Rock was one day standing at
his door in Ludgalc Hill, when an
educated physician passed, who had
learning and abilities, but ' not the
success in his practice which he de
served. "How comes it," said ho to the
quack, "that you, without education,
skill, or the least knowledge of medi
cine, arc enabled to live in the style
you do ? You keep your town house,
your carriage, and your country
house, while I, allowed to possess
some knowledge, have neither, and
can scarcely pick up a subsistence."
"Why look you," said Rock smil
ing, "how many pcopte do you think
have passed us since you asked me
"Well," answered the doctor,
"perhaps a hundred."
"And how many out of that bun
dled think you possess common
"I'ossibly one," answered the
"Then," said Rock, "that one
comes to you, and 1 take care to get
the other ninety-nine." J'Jx.
Stove Coal ! Stove Coal !
Kx "Spiii'tnii "
Best Anthracite Stove Coal
In casks of about 1200 Founds,
Foil Sam: at Lowt.st Katks nv
S37 3m Castle & Cooke.
THE OLD CORNER
IIaut Bitos., : : Proprietors.
Served up in llrst-elas style at all hours
Open from 2 a. m.'to 10 p. in.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
to Tin: rr.oNT
The roputntlnir of tho above-named
establishment for Superior Meals Is well
known, and required no further com
ment, "lit lm b
General Insurance Company.
Tor Sea, River and Landlransport ol
HAVING established an Au'cncy at
Honolulu for the Hawaiian
Islands, tho undersigned General Agents
inn authoii.cd to take
U'.sl;s against tho danger ol llio Seas at
tho most Reasonable Rates, anil on llio most
Agent for thu Hawaiian Islands.
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ENGLING & SMITH,
Tin & Sleiil-lra Workers
Hoofers anil Gas Fitters.
All kinds of Tin-ware ready in do
or miulo to onlcr.
No. 54 : : King Street,
tf Opposite Police Station. 035
tdtqij miAciF Til Till 1 IHlirP I
7 i: 1IAVK ut leeched ,i m-iv line
I :is nlllni lit "f
DAilASK TABU! LINEN,
Direct from Bolfast, Ireland,
OP ALU SIZES TO SUIT,
All Sizes oi' Dinner Tables
NAPKINS w" IWCH!
Those Linens are the Finest
FiVoiiin oiU'il In this Jl'trkct, and wo
invite our KrlemN It inspect tliein.
G. W. Macfarlano & Co
012 tf b
Il:nv:iii:m lU'll ToUiIiohi Co.
i T the Meeting "T Stockholders of
XJL this Company, held on TlmiMhiy,
February Mill, the following olllcers
were elected for the ensuing car.
K. P. Atlnm, President
Godfrey lliowu, Vice-President
.1. F. Hrowi Secretary A; Treasurer
Cecil Brown, Auditor
(signed) .1. F. I1ROWN.
OtO.lw b Secretary.
Oceanic Steamship Comp'y.
!&; THE MAGNIFICENT
P TytT rT il l,,,1 J-l-ij Luuuii'iiijF,
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu and San
Fiaitt'isco on the
1st and 15th of Each Month.
Passusokiib may have their names
booked in advance by applying at the
olllcc oT the agents.
Passengers by this line are hereby no
tilled thin they will be allowed 2.10 lbs
of baggage free by the Oveiland Rail
way, when traveling East.
Excursion Tickets (or Round Trip, SI 25,
good to retain by any of the Company's
hteamcrs willun ninety uay.s.
JIiutciiAxnisu intended for shipment
by this line will be received fieu of
charge in the Company's New "Waic
house and receipts issued for Mime.
Iksuiiasci: on merchandise, whilst in
the warehouse, will be at owner's lisk.
Wm. G. Inwix & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
Steam Navigation Company's
WSK OB' STKAMKItS.
hati:s, - - - Commander,
Will run regularly fiT Kona and Ivan
Li:avi:s IIo.oi.ui.tr at 4 r.Ji. on
Friday, Jim. 1 1
Tui'sduv, Jan. "JJ
Kiiday, l-'i-li 1
I uesday, K b. !i
Vriil.ll I.ll. "
.....J , ...
Tiic-day, Mar. -1
'Vidiiv, M.ir. 1 I
Tiicsif. v. Mnr. LT.
Auiavite at Honolulu at fl r.M.
Friday, Jan. IK
TiK-'day, Jan. '.'.I
. Fiiihi, Pub. :".)
I uu-'ilav, Jlnr. 1 1
F.i.las,' Mar til
T.ie-.,uy, Feb. It)
CAMiniON, - , - Commander,
'Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 13 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Kohia, Eleele,
and Waimea, ICatiai. Keturning, leaves
Nawiliwili every Satuid.iy evening.
Tho Jamos Makeo,
rnr.r.MAN, . - Commander
Loaves Honolulu every Thursday
at !l p.m. for Kapaa and Kilauea. He
turning, leaves Kauai every Tuesday at
1 p-in., and touching at "Waiiiae, both
The C. B. Bishop,
davih, - Commander.
Lcavos Honolulu ovory Tuosday
tit -I p.m. for KiiUullincle, lloiinkim and
i'aauhau. Itoliirning in rives at Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
Tri.... f. ....... .....I.. -
r5SrSan "iiij, .iiiih ..-.,
Jcuvch Ilonolulii each Tiiesihiy ut
1 p.m., tnuclilug ut Liilmiim, Miui
lacn Hay, Mukcnii, Miiliiikoua, ICu
wnlhnc, Liiupuhoelioo utid 1 III".
Keturning, will touch ut it.ll th
nlo. ports, arriving ut Honolulu
ench Siituiduy afternoon.
rJ KOK III IX) DIHKCT.
&$L '''1U t'"lllIL'r Schooner
Will run regularly between Honolulu,
mid Ililo. For frclglit or parage appiy
to the Captain on hoard, or to the
Paciku! Xavkiauos Co.,
(lit Jim Cor, yiiuiiiiu 10 (.uei'ii ls.
,Tiir. kabt hah.ino
will run icgularly
TO NVAIALUA EVEUV .MONDAY,
Keturning on ThurMlay, weather
For Height or passage apply to tho
Captain on board, or to
Pacific N.wioatio.v Co.,
ri- Ti Tf
My Elegant Assortment of New Goods
Selected li.v myself in I'.iii., I.i.i 1 in. and Now York,
Are If Open anil Ready for ftspction
A.IS1.) SAJTJIO, jinil (ompi'iHe
Never before Intro luce 1 line, among which will be found
Entirely New Patterns in
Lais', Misses', ai 'Cliii's Boots ml Shoes.
C2T JUST SKK 51Y -a
Elegant Paris Made French Kid Gaiters,
Do l.o' fail to see the
New Styles and Colors in Ladies' and Misses' Silk,
Lisle, and IJalbriyyan Hose.
NKW STYLUS OF LAWKS' PURSP.S. in Peacock, liluc, Old Gold, and
Mai oon Plush, iVo., Ax., &c.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Gent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRiSTMAS PRESENTS
It is not ncccsiiry for me to cnuinprate the many new gools iiow
introduced by me licit, but the
Ladies are invited to call
Honolulu, Nov. , 1SSIJ.
KBinily & Go.'s Bieti of la Gouls !
Vkv "Al:miedii" Vah. 22.
Fulfil Earti:ii Oysti:ui, in Tins and Shells.
Fiii:;u Salmon Ci:i.i:uv, etc., On Ice.
Fitrsii Cissini and I10Trr,i:o Goons.
Ring up Tclcpliono 240.
Leave your Orders at
KENNEDY & Co.,
Popular Giocery Store, 07 and C!) Hotel stieel
MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES
Willi Patent Inside Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
A Liire Assorhnent ol these justly Celebrated Sales
Over 500 in daily use on the Hawaiian Islands.
Safes Sold for Cash, or on the Installment Plan.
For Prices, Circulais, etc., apply to
C. O. B13KGEH, General Acilt,
r.lOtfb HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINES.
This Well-known Machine! Is now used at the llnval Palace, Hawaiian Hotel,
Music Hall, and a iiuiiiIkt of private luxlilcncu', giving entire Kilisfaotion every.
It is tint moil econoinlcal Machine in me, easily managed and automatic in its
I can furnish from a ','0 Light to a 1000 Light Machine, smaller sizes constantly
- GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply to
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
Mil tf h HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
.il-2 :x Oovcl.
Apply 'I' t'"! Olllcc of tho
PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co.
Corner Nuiiumi and Queen tlrcclH
, M ,. x
and judge for themselves.
T F YOUU HOUSE IS SIC1C or LAME,
1 or anv way out of onlcr. call on A
T. I1A1CI:h, ut Cupt. .1, O. Cluney'H sta
bleu coiner of Queen is Punchbowl bIf.
y"llieaklng liorses to sailtilo or car
rhigo a specially.
ft'fir; Honolulu iron Wonics,
Steani engines, sugar mills, hull.
civ, cuolerrt; iron, brats ami lead cast
ing; machinery of every description
made to older. Particular attention paid
to hliip' black smithing, Job work exe
cuted at short notice. 1