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WKDNKSOAV, FKB. 27, 1881.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
KOII 8 IN l'llN( t('0.
Alameda. .. .Leaves Honolulu, Mm'. lt.
M aiiposn.... Leaves Honolulu, M:ir. Ifilli
If Oil AUCKLAND ANI SYl'.ST.Y:
Australia ; On .Mutch !2nd
KOII SAN VJIANCISCO.
Slmr Zc.ilntuUn Match 10
Diamond Head, Fob. l!7, (J:;;o u.ni
Light S. 12. wind.
Sclir Msmn. from Tlilo
Slmr Kiimu for windward ports
Slmr Iwalani for Kauai
Bk Ceylon for HoiiRkoiig
Sclir Kluikni for "VVnmhiii
Sclir Wulchu for Maliko
Sclir YVailclc for Muliko
.Sclir Kokauhiolii for lhinnloi
Sclir Uol) Hoy for Koolau
Stinr Mokolii for Koolau
Sclir Nettie Morrill for Laliuina
Sclir Mary Foster for Ilimniniiulii
VESSELS LEAVINC THIS DAY.
Stmr Likclike for windward polls
Sclir Waimalu for Koloa
Sclir Ilaleakala fo.T Pepcckoo
Sclir Liholilio for Wainica
Sclir Marion for Kckaha
From S. F., per I) C Murray,
Feb 2fi Miss L llerrick, Mr. &Mrs.
Bubcoek, .1 Smiley, J Slay, J F
Goodwin, C Jt Collins, Mrs. Mor
riarly, Mrs. Gwine & child.
For -windward ports per Kiimu,
Feb. 20 Paul Neumann & daughter
C N Arnold, F M Butler, W II Finek
Mr Wliittclscy, Rev Bickncll, AF
Cooke, J N Wright, Miss Ilillcbrand
J J Dickey, Miss Jordan,, F B Field,
Mrs Judge Dickey, Miss Scars, J D
Roberts, G Sandcniuinn, II Zcrbc,
Capt Ilayley, Mrs J II Soper and
daughter, V R Seal, II Bell and wife
W II Bailey, Mr & Mrs C Kinncrslv,
W J Goodwin, G V Pilipo, 12 Hop
kins, R Hamilton, II Turton, ,Tr, 'J1
C Forsyth, W O Smith, E Kekoa.
For Kauai per Iwalani, Feb 20
Mrs Rowcll, A M Sproull, G Irvine,
Miss J 12 Ward, Miss Norton, F V
Glade, G N Wilcox.
The D. J. Murray, Capt. II. II. Horry,
20 days from San Francisco, brought i0
sheep, 51,000 bricks, 5 carnages, 1
wagon, 2 buggies, 1 ease of gin, COO sks
of salt, 100 boxes of candles, 200 bbls of
line, 210 bbls oLsiiluion, 510 sks of flour
707 bales of hay, 2S5 sks bran, 812 .sks of
barley, 103 sks of oats, etc. She had
light weather and head winds. She is
at Brewer's wharf, and is consigned to
Ifackfeld & Co.
The water being too shallow to allow
the Tolanl to continue loading, .she has
therefore moved to the Mail wharf to
The Alameda saiK on Saturday at
The schooner Rainbow was taking out
htores to the whaler Mary Ann Susan
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Mn. George Gray is open to an
engagement as warehouseman, sales
man or storekeeper.
Tun Hotel Street Market is of
fered for sale or lease, with the
butcher's cart and horses.
Mn. Adce's account of what he
saw and heard in Honolulu is con
tinued on the fourth page.
Tin: large credit sale of dry goods
and clothing, at Hackfcld & Go's,
commences at 10 o'clock to-morrow
A Chinaman at Waikiki was kicked
yesterday, by a fellow countryman,
and received very severe injuries,
which caused him intense pain.
Tin: sale of three acres of rice
land, at Waiawa, I2wa, realized
8810, Mr. Ho Sung being the pur
chasers. Lyons and Levey auc
Tun Honolulu crew say they would
have beaten Iltinlan if ho hadn't
gono bo fast. As it is Hanlaii now
scores fifty-seven wins out of sixty
His Kxcellency Paul Neumann
left by the Kinau yesterday for
Maui, chiefly on business connected
with tho laic railway accident. Ho
expects to return on Saturday.
Missus. 15. V. Elders & Co, will
open for inspection to-morrow morn
ing a lot of silk goods that liavo been
slightly damaged by Halt water, and
which they offer for sale at a reduc
tion of 70 per cent,
Dn. Kmerson and Mr. 1'nikor have
completed the examination of rather
more than one half of the pupils at
the Royal School, and have, as yet,
discovered no eases of sickness that
call for special attention.
A unlive named Lui was found
dead yesterday morning; he had
been drinking recently and thai was
supposed to have been the cause of
death. An inquest was held in the
Mn. Davics, the ventriloquist,
passed through Honolulu on the
City of Sydney, lie was unable to
give an entertainment, as he had an
ticipated, as the steamer left too
early. The public will doubtless
forgive him because they had an
opportunity of witnessing the world
Mu. Williams, the energetic pho
tographer, was to the front on Mon
dayandpitched hislcnton asetiooner,
at anchor ii&ir the Alameda, in
order to secure a photograph of
llanlan as lie passed. Unfortunately,
llaulan maiKetivred in the neighbor
hood of the King's boat house, and
Williams got left.
Hant.an's photographs were in
demand on Monday as he was leav
ing. He distributed them freely to
all who asked for them ; hut the Ga
zette man, who was a good stayer,
came off last and best with a very
large portrait of the champion in his
rowing costume in his boat. Similar
presents were 'made to Mr. W. G.
Irwin and Mr. Wundcnburg.
Foun men were charged yester
day, at the Police Court, with dis
turbing the quiet of Saturday night
at Pauoa. Eight -witnesses were ex
amined, and the greater part of the
evidence tended to show that, until
the arrival of olllccr No. 75, Chas.
Kanau, there was no disturbance;
some of the witnesses stated that the
policeman was drunk. All the de
fendants were found not guilty, and
"Tiir.m: is less lobbying at the
capilol this session than at any time
since I have been in Congress," said
an old member of the House recently.
"There is a growing disposition to
let everything alone that has a
scheme in it. Nothing would kill a
measure quicker than for it to be
come mouthed about that it was
being lobbied." This shows hard
times for lobbyists in the States,
how will they fare in Honolulu this
Tun case of adultery against
Charles Molteno and Malika, which
first originated in a charge of dis
turbing the quiet of the night, occu
pied the attention of Judge Bicker
ton for several hours yesterday.
Four witnesses wcio examined for
the prosecution. The case was closed
DAMAGED BY SEA
$3,700 Worth of. the Finest Silk Goods
ever brought, to Honolulu, the entire invoice will he sold tit
75 per cent less than the Wholesale Cost !
This lot ol' very choice goods will he marked in plain figures, and will he
PLACED OK EXHIBITION,
Thursday, 28th, Friday, 29th,
SAbE to coararnracE OX MOIST) AY, MARCH lth,,18Sl. ,
TERMS STRICTLY CASH.
U. P. EIILEItS & CO.,
Dry Goods Importers,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
23r'I-'1cli,JB 'e respectfully invited to examine these heautiful goods.
..i j-, ., ...... --..,
shortly before 3 o'clock, bul, nt lliu
icqucsl of Mr. Dayton, tho argu
ments of counsel weie postponed
till lliis morning, when Mr. John
Russell will deliver, according to
promise, an able and eloquent ad
dress. Tin; captain, Malihi, of one of the
inler-island schooners was brought
bcfiirc the Police Court yesterday
charged with having opium in his
possession. He lived at Kikihalc,
and was found with his wife under
tho bed with a pipe stein, three bowls
and a quanllly of opium. The raid
was made by Captain Marcos and the
second captain in his watch, Sam
My dear, have you seen those
Picture frames and Cornices they
make at King Bros., they arc just
too utterly loo too, and so very
cheap. I asked them how they
could afford to make them for the
prices they asked and they told me
it was because they were in an out
of the way place, their rent was very
cheap, and they did their own
labor. 017 lw a
A new general commission and
purchasing agoucy has just been cs
tablished in Honolulu, at No. 101
Foil Street, by Messrs. Ricdcll &
Wood. These gentlemen are young,
active and energetic, and include, in
their lines, hay, grain, merchandise
of all kinds and furniture which they
will buy or sell on commission. They
will also act as collectors, and, in
fact, transact any commercial busi
ness that may be desired by resi
dents on the other islands or in town.
MR. JOSEPH TRISKA,
WHO is in our employ, has had
several years experience in Piano
Factories in Germany and America ; ho
is a sober, reliable man, and wo
Guarantee all of his work.
All kinds of Musical Instruments re
paired and put in perfect order.
fjvc'in & Co.
WILLIAMS & CO,
120 FORT STREET,
3P1 to to-iipl ici
Have Secured the Survicvs of
One of the Best Artists
From San Fiancisco, His Coloring is
Views of the Volcano,
Alio on Hand, Come and See Them.
r WILL NOT bcicsponsiblo for any
JL debts contracted in my name after
this date, without my written order.
Honolulu, Jan. 21,1881. 017 ii..
Grocery and Feed Store.
WOLFi: & HOWARDS, corner of
King and Nuiianu streets,
Fresh Groceries by eveiy steamer. Or
ders solicited, ami goods delivcied in
any part of the city. fill I Uin li
in. wrfj.fj-,.. . a
Oceanio Steamship Ooinp'y.
4-i& TIIK 'AnNIFlt'KNT
-g7i&jjfcn w at. i I. ii run Steam hip
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will li:ic Honolulu 1111(1 S.lll
Franci-i'ii on tin
1st and 15 th of Each Month.
I'ARor.xor.iiR may have their names
booked in advance by applying at the
olllco of the agents.
Passengers by this line aio hereby no
tilled that they will In allowed !u0 lbs
of laggago Ciee by the O veil mil Hall
way, iioii traveling Hast.
Excursion Tickets tor Round Trip, $125,
good to lelurn by any of the Company's
Steamers within ninety days.
MnuciiANiusn Intended for shipment
by tills line will be received fiee of
charge in the Company's New Ware
house and receipts Issued for same.
IxsuitAXcr. on merchandise, whlM in
the warehouse, will be at owner's lisk.
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
Steam Navigation Company's
L.IXK OF STKAMLI2KS.
leguhiily for Komi and Kau
:s Honolulu at -i p.m. ok
:s at Honolulu at
camkhok, - - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at r p.iii., for Nawiliwlli, Koloa, Rlcele,
and Walmoa, Kauai. Heturning, leaves
Nawillwili every Saturday evening.
The Jamos Makee,
'ui:i:man, - - - Commander
Leaves Honolulu every Thursday
at a p.m. for Kapaa and ICllauea. lie
turning, leaves Kauai every Tuesday at
4 p-m.niid touching at Wainae, both
The C. R. Bishop,
davis, ... - Commander.
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at -1 p.m. for Kukuilmelc, Jlonokaa and
l'aauhaii. llctumiii!; arrives at Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
4s-,St earner Kinau,
JsJgSyESs King, Commander,
.Leaves Hoiiolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching nt Lnhnina, Maa
laea Bay, Makenu, Mnhukona, Ka
wnihue, Lnupahoelioe and Hllo.
Hoturning, will touch nt all tha
alove ports, arriving tit Honolulu
each Saturday afternoon.
1'OK HILO DIRKCT.
The Clipper Schooner
Meisson, - - - .Master,
Will run regularly between Honolulu,
anil Ililo. For freight or passage apply
to the Captain on boaid, or to the
l'Acine Navigation Co.,
Oil "m Cor. Niiiianu & Queen si.
TIIK KAST SAILING
will run iegularly
TO "WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
Pacific Navigation Co.,
iMia n r j
My Elegant Assortment of Hew Goods
Solcelocl liy my-ulf In Paris, I,nlnn, -md New York,
Are Now Open anil Realy for Inspection
jV?s'I SAJUIC, mill 'mpriHu
MANY . NOVELTIES
Never before introduced lieie, among which will In fo mil
Entirely New Patterns in
Mies', Misses', nil (MM Boots ii Slioes.
C3T JUST SI3K MY -a
Elegant Paris Muclo French Kid Gaiters,
Do not fail to sec Hie
New Styles ami Colors in Ladies' and Misses' Silk,
Lisle, and Buluriggnn J lose.
NKW STYIiKS OK lADllJS" PUltSKS. in Peaeoek, IIIuc, Ol.l Gold, and
Mm oou Plusli, A.T., ite., ite,
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Gent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
It W not necessary for mo to enumerate the many new gco Is i oiv
introduced liy me here, but the
Ladies are invited to call and judge for themselves.
Honolulu, Nov. t!2, 188a.
Keuneay & Co.'s Bullelin of New Ms!
Per "Alnniedn" Feb. 22.
Pnr.su 1:.sti:un Ovstkhs, in Tins and Shells.
Fur.su Salmon Ci:i.i:uv, etc., On lee.
Pnr.sii Casm:d and liO'rri.ni) Goon.
Ring up Telephone 240.
Leave your Orders at
KENNEDY & Co.,
Popular Grocery Stoie, (!7 and fi!) Hotel street
MACNEALE ,& URBAN SAFES
With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
A Large Assortment of these justly Celebrated Safes
Over 500 in daily use
Safes Sold foiv Cash,
Por Prices, Circular, etc., apply to
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINES.
j&This Well-known Machine In iiowiimmI at lliii,lioval Palace, Hawaiian Hotel,
.Music Hall, ami a iniiiilur ( f priwiU-ltesiilcncuj, 'giving entire satisfaction every,
It Ixtliu iiini cconomiealMaehino in me, eaMly niannircd and automatic in Its
I can furnish from a 'iO Liht to a 1000 Light Machine, f mailer sizes constantly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply to
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
AUf.tr 1 HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
IN QUANTITIES TO SPIT,
$1-2 ji Cord.
Apply at tho Olllco of the
PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co.
.Corner Nnitunn iinllQiieentreets
C2?t!ltn f 3
.;, U-iti'tJLu. atiS&Uhii
s. - "i
on the Hawaiian Islands,
or on the Installment Plan.
1S1311GER, General Agent,
V YOUlt HOHSi: IS SICIC or LAMP,
1 or nnv way nut of order, call on A
I". HAKKIt. at Cant. .1. C. Cliiiioy'n sta
bles- corner of Queen is Punchbowl at?.
tSTHrcakliiK horees to Middle or car
lingua specialty. 420 ly
rrfr Honolulu Iron "Works,
ii itfflit;''""" cngiiicii, sugar mills, boll-
em. toolers; iron, brabs and lead cast
lugs; machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention paid
to chip's black smithing, Job work exe
cuted at short notice. 1
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