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THURSDAY, FKIi. 'S, 1881.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
rou san nuNctPco.
Alntucdn Leave Honolulu, Mar. 11.
Mniiposa Leaves Honolulu, Miiv. 15th
PACIFIC MAU. S. S.cb.
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Austrnl (a On 51 iireh 122nd
l'OU SAN l'llANflFCO.
Sim r Xcnlitntlia Murr-h 10
'Diamond Head, Fob. L'S, (!::!0 ii.tn
Light S. K. wind.
Schrs Knuua & Gen Scigcl off port.
Johr Jennie from Nnwiliwili
Stniv Likclikc for windward ports
Schr Marion for Kcknlm
Schr Lnka for Koliolnlcle
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
15K Ioluni for San Francisco
Schr Mnnu for Ilonomu
Schr Liliolilio for Waimca
Schr Waimahi for Koloa
Schr Hnkakala fo.i Pcpcckco
For S. F. per Ioluni, Feb. 28 M
For windward ports per Likclikc
Feb 27 .1 Gay and wife, AV Y Hor
ner, A Lili, and G deck.
The. 1). S. Williams is discharging
near the O. S. S. wharf. She is cotn
niaiuk'd by Captain B. Ohcn, Captain
Williams her former master will take
command of tho schooner Nora Aek
nian now being built at Portland Or.
The Tolanl pails to-day for San Fran
cisco. She will take IL',052 bags of
sugar, 'Mi kegs of sugar, and USu bags
of rice. Total domestic value, S 18,1!).
!):!. The schooner AVaiinahi went on the
JIarine Hallway yesterday to have her
There will probably be a r.icc between
Ihe Kinau and Vlanter noxt Tuesday.
Schooner Mana brought 1300 bags of
Schooner Jennie brought L'3 cords of
lire-wood from Xawiliwili.
The steam whaler Thrasher, -l'J days
from San Francisco via Cape St. Lucas,
arrived off port on Tuesday She pro
ceeded on a cruise yesterday afternoon,
after taking on board CO boxes of pota
toes, 2 bomb lances, X signal light, and
1 half bbl of whiskey.
The whaler Josephine has gone for a
cruise. She took from this port 2 cases
of gin, and t! cases cf whiskey.
LOCAL & GENERAL MEWS.
Salmon trout at the "SYindsoi Kes-
ITis Majesty will pay a visit to the
U. S. S. Hartford at noon to-day.
Mu. Aii:n's article on Honolulu is
concluded on the fourth page to
day. . ...
Tninin was quite a demand yes
terday at "Williams' for photographs
Tin: members of the Working
Men's Union arc taking steps to be
recognized as a branch of the. Knights
of Labor of San Francisco.
Mis. Limkalaxi denies the minor
that lie will accept a scat in the
Nobles. He says that he prefers
the certain income of $500 per
The regular meeting of Mystic
Lodge No. 2, K. of P., will he held
this evening at 7:00, initiation and'
other important business will lake
Tin-, members of the Athletic As-
" fjociution arc anxiously awaiting the
next affray in which their Secretary
and President will lake u prominent
Tur.ni: was no session of the
Stock and Bond Exchange yester
day. The return of tho Orphan lias
not even infused life or speculation
into the members. U. I. P.
Mn. L. Way leaves on Saturday
by the Alameda for n trip to the
Slates. Mr. G. K. llowo acts, in
business matters, for Mr. Way dur
ing his absence.
At tho conclusion of tho regular
meetings of Algarobu Lodge on
Monday evenings, the room is thrown
open to the public, who arc cordially
invited to attend the small social re
unions. His Honor Mr. Justice Judd and
Mrs. Judd will hold a reception, by
invitation, to-morrow evening from
eight to eleven in honor of tho visit
of Hear Admiral Hughes and the
oilier offlccrs of the U. S. H. Hartford.
A or.NTM'.MAX has lost a small
black pocket book containing drafts
and coin. The Under may keep the
coin if lie will return the hook, drafts
and oilier papers lo this olllce.
Tin: latest novelty in photographs
can lie seen at "Williams' studio.
There is an excellent likeness of
Purser Sutton of the Alameda, with
Diamond Head and Waikiki as a
background, the whole being well
and faithfully colored. Several
gentlemen yesterday sat for similar
kinds of portraits.
Lovi:. Young Simpson (to the
lovely Felicia, as they Bland on the
piazza in the moonlight ) uMiss
Felicia, this world looks so dreary
and lonely to inc. I feci as though
no one loves me." Felicia (in a
sympathetic tone ) " Oh, Mr. Simp
son, God loves you." Simpson,
after a thoughtful pause, suggests
they go in as it is growing chilly.
My dear, have 3011 seen those
Picture frames and Cornices they
make at King Pros., they arc just
too utterly too 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. G17 lw 3
A sTiiAxnr.it, who recently visited
Niiliau, was informed by the captain
of the steamer on which he traveled,
that he would be considered an in
truder 1)3' the inhabitants if he landed
there. He braved the hermits, how
ever, and Was met with the query,
"What do you want here?" The
invader calmly replied, "Well, I
want to bii3' the island, that is if I
like it well enough, anyhow I want
the names of the men that rusticate
here." He got the names.
Ax express, belonging to a Chi
naman, was saved from destruction
on Tuesday 1)3' the bravciy and
presence of mind of Mr. Hay "Wbdc
house. The driver had left his
horse and vehicle unattended on
Ecrctania street, when the horse
made a start on his own account.
He was going at bis full speed for a
telephone post when Mr. Wodchousc
jumped at the reins and succeeded
in stopping the runaway without
damage to horse, carriage, himself
or his cigarette.
An interesting lawn tennis match
took place 011 Saturday last, at the
residence of Major Wodchousc, be
tween representatives of Old Ireland
and Hawaii, Messrs. Cairns and
Jameson appearing for the "Ould
Counthry" Messrs. II. Wodchousc
and J. Dowsett for banana land.
The Irishmen were easy victors their
play being iiuigIi admired. A return
match will be played this afternoon
DAMAGED BY SEA
$3,700 Worth of the Finest Silk Goods
ever brought to Honolulu, Ihe entire invoice will be sold at
75 per cent less than the Wholesale Cost !
This lot of very choice goods will be marked in plain figures, and will be
PLACED ON EXHIBITION,
Thursday, 28th7 Friday,' 29th,
AiiI Safcui'tlay, IMUxveli lis!;.
SALE TO COMMENCE ON MONDAY, MARCH I Uli, JS8-I.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH.
IJ. P. EIILERS & CO.,
Dry Goods Importers,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
gCSLadies are respectfully invited to examine these betiutil'ul goods.-
at the residence of Dr. McKibbin
when the leprcciilnlives of Hono
lulu hope to give a belter account of
Wi:i)Ni:si)AV, Feb. 27th.
Nuhi and .Tarrelt Horry each for
feited a $(! bail on a charge of
). M. Picslan, for a similar of
fence, was lined So and costs SI.
Ah Chew and Ah Wai, assault and
battery, were remanded to 5th
March. Mr. Russell ,for defend
ants. James Ford, assault and battery,
forfeited his bail $10.
James McLean, assault and bat
tery on II. Knge, was remanded to
29111 insl. Mr. Russell for defend
ant. Win. Malina and Lepcha (w),
adultery, remanded till to-day. Mr.
Russell for the defence.
L. Knnnuinn, larceny of S70. A
nol 2'ox was entered b3' the Crown.
Maria II. Ilagcrinaii, deserting
her husband, remanded till 29th
Captain Malilii.plcadcd guilty to
the charge of having opium in his
possession, and was fined $50, and
sentenced to fifteen days hard labor.
A nol ros was entered against Ka
nahi (w) on a similar charge.
Charles Moltcns and Mnlika (w),
adultery. The argument of Mr.
John Russell, counsel for the de
fence, was heard and defendants were
found not guilty and discharged.
Gentleman to waiter: "Bring me
some grammatical and typographical
errors." Waiter (looking puzzled
at first, but recovering in a moment
his usual serenity): "We arc just
out of them, sir." "Then what do
you mean by keeping thorn on 3'our
biH of fare?" Am. Paper.
Julius Ducslcrlioff, while sailing
in a skiff on a lake near Peoria, 111.,
was caught in a gale and drowned.
His name floated on the surface for
seven hours and was rescued. There
arc some things that, like Banquo's
ghost, will not down. San Fran
AT KA1MOLAXI I'AltK,
Is tlio Favorite- Suburban
If is open Every Day
Cm always he supplied, as well ih
Fresh Air 111 the Country.
014 1m Proprietor.
Grocery and Feed Store.
WOLFE & EDWAltDS, corner of
King and Nuuanu streets.
Frcs.li Oroceries by every steamer. Or
ders solicited, and goods deliveied in
any part of the city. Ml Gin b
Occanio Stoamship Oomp'y.
& Titr. iiA(.'ii'H'HNT
u w 11 I !.n , ml rtonm hips
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will h a r lli'il'ilulu mill San
r'niiirNi'ii on 1 In
lot and 15th of Each Month.
Passkxmt.s may have their iiamrs
booked in advance by applying at the
olllce of Ihe ai'i'ins.
Passengers by this line aic hereby no
tilled that they will be allowed i!0O lbs
of biigjcimo ffcu by Ihe Oveiland Rail
way, when traveling Knsl.
Excursion Tickets for Round Trip, $125,
good lo ictitrn by any of the Company's
btcaincrs within ninety days.
Mi'iiciiAxuisu intended for shipment
by this line will be received Jiec of
charge in the Company's New Ware
house and receipts issued for same.
Insuiiaxci' on nierchnndhc, whilst in
the warehouse, will be at owner's lisk.
Wm. (1. Iiiwin & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
Steam Navigation Company's
lilXF. OF STJBAMKKS.
regularly for lvona and Kan :
:s Honolulu at -1 r.si. on
:s at Honolulu at
Jan. 18 Fridav,
Jan. 20 Tuesday,
l' eb. 8 Fiiduy,
camkiion, - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 15 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Kleele,
and Wnimca, Kauai. Kclurniiijr, IcaveE
Nuwillwili every Saturday evening.
Tho Jamos Makeo,
Kiinr.MAN, - Commander
Leaves Honolulu. every Thursday
at :i p.m. for Kapaa and Kilauca. He
turning, leaves Kauai every Tile-day at
4 pin., and touching at Waiaae, both
The C. R. Bishop,
davis, ... - Commander.
Loaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 4 p.m. for Kukuihaele, Houokaa and
Paaulmu. llctuniinnairivcsat Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
jlsglSsSsI King, Commander,
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahaina, Mnti
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, Kti
waihae, Laupahochou and Hilo.
Keturning, will touch at all the
alove- ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Saturday afternoon.
& FOR IIILO DIRECT.
The Clipper Schooner
Meisson, - - - Mnstor,
Will run reguliuly between Honolulu,
and Hilo. For freight or passage apply
lo the Captain on board, or to the
l'Aciric Navigation Co.,
OlliJm Cor. Nunanu & Queen sis.
Til'. FAST SAILING
will run icgulnrly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or pasago apply to the
Captain on bo.ird, or to
Pacific Navigation Co.,
181 ' Agents.
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My Elegant Assortment of Mew Goods
Selected b in -ell in Pui , I, n I i-i, 1 id Xi-w Yo U,
Are low Open and Ready for Inspction
.A-iVJD SAJLiHJ, mid (-i)inpi'iso
Never before introduced hero, among which will be foand
Entirely New Patterns in
Ladies', Misses', id Cliilteii's- Boots aufl Shoes.
C3T .1JJST SK15 MY -
Elegant Paris Made French Kid Gaiters,
Do not fail to sec the
New Styles and Colors in Ladies' and. Misses' Silk,
Lisle, and Bulbriggnn Hose.
N'KW STYLES OK LADIES' l'UHSES. in Peacock, Ulue, Old Gold, and
.Maroon Plush, Arc, ite., &e.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Gent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
It is not necessary for me to enumerate Hie many new goods now
introduced byineheie, but the
Ladies are invited to call and judge for themselves.
Honolulu, Nov. 12, issn.
Keimefly & Uo.'s BulMiu of New Goofls !
Per "Alameda" Eeb. 22.
Knr.su Eastt.kx Oystkus, in Tins and Shells.
Kitr.su Salmon Cr.t.iutv, etc., On Ice.
Kitusu Cannt.I) and lio-rri,i:u Oooos.
Ring up Tclopliono 240.
Leave your Orders at
KE"NTiSrIDDY & Co.,-
Popular Giocery Stoic, 07 and G9 Hotel street
MAGNEALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hingo Cap.
A Larye Assortment of these justly Celebrated Sales
Over 500 in daily use on the Hawaiian Islands.
Safes Sold for Cash, or on tho Installment Plan.
Kor Prices, Circulars, etc., apply to
C. O. B1211GEK, General Agcnt,3
iilOifb HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
SPRINGFIELD . GAS MACHINES.
ii'I'liis Well-known Machine is now ined at the'.ltoval Palace, Hawaiian Hotel,
.Musics Hall, and a nuiiihi-i-nf prhnteJrcHldenee.VL'lvlnt; entire tatisfactlon every,
It is iliomost ceonoinical.Machino in mo, easily managed and automatic in its
I can furnish from a 20 Light to a 100D Light Machine, miallcr sizes constantly
' GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, clc, apply lo
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
f.ftl tf b
IS QHANTITIKS TOJSPIT,
$13 si. Cord.
Apply at tho Ollico of tho
PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co.
Cornel' Niiuaiiu and Qiiccu.iiticctH
tm ti ta eef
p' YOUU 1IOKSK IS SICK or LAME,
L or any way out of orilor, call on A
T. UAKKIt, at Capt. J. O. Cluiiey' sla-hies-
corner of Queen & Punchbowl stf.
CSyUreakinu; horses to saddle or car
i luge a specialty. 420 ly
HONOLULU IRON "WORKS,
Steam canities, sucar mills, boll.
ere, coolers; iion, brass and lead cast
ings; uiiichinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention paid
to ship's black Hmlthing. Job work exe
cuted at short notice. 1
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