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title: 'The Daily bulletin. (Honolulu [Hawaii]) 1882-1895, March 01, 1884, Image 3',
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SATUUDAY, AIAH. I, 1SSI.
Dliiii l llciil, Im'Ii 'j',i (j ::n u m
Light N. K. wind.
Nntliiii" in si"hl.
l.ktno lCinrlvii from San Francisco
.Slmr .las Jlukoe from Kauai
Slmr Leliim from IWoloksti & Jliuii '
Sinn- Planter from windward ports
Schr l'olioiki from l'tuiii
.Slmr Lulitia froinMnui
Slmr IMokolii from Koolau
Solir Wnioll from Muliko
Slmr Kilaueu Hon lroin Kahnhii
Sehr Caloriua from Ilanalei
Suhr Hob Hoy from Koolau
Schr lUary Alice from lUolokui
Schr Jennie Walker from Ililo
Sehr Emma for "Waianao
UK Iolani for San Francisco
Schr Liholiho for Waimea
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Slmr Alameda for San Francisco
Slmr .las Makce for Kauai
Schr Gen Seigcl for Waianae
Schr liniuuorv for Koolau
From San Francisco per Eureka,
Feb. 29 C Lowell, J Victory, J
McDonald, J Carr.
From Kauai & Waianae, per .las
Makcc, Feb. 2!) A Wilson, wife &
child, and 1.1 deck.
From windward ports, pur Planter
Feb 2!) His Ex P Neumann and
daughter, W O Smith, W II Corn
well, "W II Bailey, V Urqtiahart,
MrsW F Cartels and 2 children,
.las Gay and wife, J W Keliikoa, S
Ilaoa, Geo L Underbill & oS deck.
From Mnui, per Lehaa Feb 29
II Turlon jr, Mrs Jones, F I)u Free,
W E Firrcll, Mrs Fisher, II child'n,
and 17 dcok.
Steamer .I:i. !Makeo brougliL:i27:i bags
of sugar, and 100 hides. SIio sails to
day at !! p.m.
The sailing of the Bishop is postponed
until Monday, at 12 o'clock.
The bktno Eureka, Captain .1. Lee,
20 days from San Kraucleo ai rived on
Thursday night. She brought IT cows,
IS mules, 200 bbls of lime, -100 bundles
of shingles, TIUj r.r. ties, 9.J0 sks of
Hour, 171 sks of bran, T2!) sks of bailey,
112 bales of hay, etc. She is consigned
to Ilaekfeid iV; (Jo. Her fore-top-gall.uit
yard was e.triied away In a gale on the
Steamer Planter brought 2312 bags of
sugar, TO bbls of inolasse-, 102 bags of
eollce, Tl bags awa, 5S hides, and 20 bead
Tin: sail boat was sold yesterday
Tin: regular cash sale of Messrs.
Lyons & Levey takes place to-day.
Mr.ssns. Lyons & Levey will sell
fit) barrels of salmon at Brewer's
wharf on Monday.
Mn. Henry Wutcrhousc will con
duct the Gospel Temperance Meet
ing to-night at the Bethel Vestry.
G()Vi:un"mi:st olllcers, botanists
and married men will find something
interesting on the fourth page.
Tin: tenders for building the new
Government ofllces close on Wednes
day, fjth March. The mistake in
the date was originally made by the
Advertiser and carefully copied by
In passing down Fort street this
morning wc were much pleased with
the handsome line of Gent's Fine
Shoe Wear in the window of M. Mc
lucrny. Every one ought to see
Tin: Alameda will take over 2,000
tons of freight to-day for the Coast.
The following additional passengers
were booked yesterday: Miss An
drews, Mrs. TMillard, Captain J. W.
Tin: limit of time for claims to be
filed with the Police Justice of Ho
nolulu, for damages which may be
caused by the proposed widening of
Merchant street, is extended until
Somi; alterations have been mado
at tho jail, the windows being now
carefully protected by shutters,
How much longer is tho jail to ro
main without a Governor, and how
many of the recently escaped pris
oners havo been recaptured ?
O.vi: of tho nicest residences on
tho plains is offered for sale. It is
situated on Berctania street, between
Piikoi and Victoria, contains six
good rooms besides outhouses and
stables, and has a nice lot of ground
tastefully laid out.
Aimouou Williams was not suc
cessful in securing a photograph of
Ilanlan, he availed himself of the
opportunity on Monday to secure a
true mid correct copy of the Ala
meda and the O. S. S. Co's wharf.
Copies can lie obtained to-day,
TiiKiin will bo a Concert on Mon
day evening, at Emma Square.
Tin: Temple of Fashion in Camp
bell's block is now open with a good
slock or gentlemen's clothing.
Tinurv-'rwii persons are to be re
ceived to membership in Foil Street
Church to-morrow morning. The
ordinances of adult and infant bap
tcsm, and Ihe Lord's Supper will be
adminis'tcred. In the evening, by
special lequcsl, Mr. Cruzan will
preach a sermon on "Miracles."
Tin: Honolulu Iron Works Com
pany is now offering 15. B. lellncd
bar iron, ordinary sizes, at U cents
per pound, with special rates to pur
chasers of more than 700 tono. The
compaii' also has galvanized piping,
from A inch lo 2 inch, and steam
piping, from . inch to 7 inches
diameter, at very low rales.
I'm; return international lawn ten
nis match was played on Thursday
afternoon. Each side won a set,
the third being in favor of the Trish
who, all through tho game, seemed
to he far superior to the Hawaiians.
Mr. Cairns is considered tho best
player that has ever visited the is
lands. My dear, have you seen those
Picture frames and Cornices they
make at King liros., they are just
too utterly too too, and so very
cheap. 1 asked them how they
could afford lo 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
Tin: third number of the llacaii
an Jfo(tli is to hand and main
tains its high standard. It contains,
among other articles, a second paper
on State Education, a paper 113'
Judge McCully on Farms and Farm
ing in this Kingdom, a review of the
elections, comment on Mr. W. O.
Smith's paper on Prisons and Prison
Discipline and a continuation of the
story of the Five Dollar Gold Piece.
. c .
Mn. Crowley yesterday invaded
the Foreign Office to interview the
editor of the Advertiser concerning
the publication of the letter from Mr.
Squires. There was almost a repeti
tion "of the celebrated chair trick in
the presence of the Minister of For
eign Affairs and two worthy doctors.
Mr. Crowley was promised room for
a reply which will be more interesting
than the effusion of Mr. Z. Y.
RECEPTION OF REAR ADMIRAL HUGHES
His Honor the Chief Justice and
Mrs. Judd gave a reception last
evening, at their residence on Nuu
anu Avenue, to IJear Admiral Hughes,
Captain Caipcnter and the other of
ficers of the U. S. S. Hartford.
Several hundred ladies and gentle
men were present, the house and
grounds being thronged for about
two hours. A concert was given by
the band of the U. S. S. Hartford
DAMAGED BY SEA
$3,700 Worth of the Finest Silk Goods
ever brought to Honolulu, Hit' ontiiv invoice Avill bo sold si I
75 per cent less than the Wholesale Cost I
This lot. of very ohuico. goods will bo marlced in plain ligurt'.s, and will Jm
PLAC131) ON EXHIBITION,
SAbB TO OOIMIflS"OW Olsr IONDAY, iMAKOII llli, ISSil.
I'jiuliufi aru rcspuct
and the Royal Hawaiian Band, the
latter commencing Mlh the Tamilian
serMiirch, Belisnrio overtuic and Na
bucco selection. The visitors' band
then played Donizetti's The Favorite,
and a fantasia The Dancer's Diouiii.
The second part of the concert was
by the combined hands anil Included
the following selections : Boccaccio,
Southern Breeze, Modern Times,
Uccollcclion of the War, Tho Star
Spangled Banner and Hawaii Ponoi.
The bands played in the pavilion in
the grounds, that of the Hartford
numbering only about fifteen players,
as against our twenty-five. The
house was prettily decorated, and
the host and hostess succeeded in
providing a very pleasant entertain
ment for their numerous friends, the
last of whom sorrowfully departed
before midnight. His Majesty was
present accompanied by Colonel C.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
Tho Hand will play in Emma
Square, this afternoon, at -1:30. The
following is the programme :
March Haibo.id Oscr
Ovi'ituic lk'li-ario Donizetti
Chorus Tnn11ham.iT Wagner
Selection Gloat Caslniir Lccocq
Waltz The .Souice Wnldteulcl
Polka Ked and Ulaek Coote
FniDAV, Feb. 2i)th.
Xachti, drunk, forfeited his bail,
Hugh Morgan, same offence, fined
Akuna, dcseiting his wife and
failing to support her, was sentenced
to seven days hard labor as he was
an old offender. Costs, $.').
Maria II. llagerman was ordered
to return lo her husband.
Hermann Eng, disordeily conduct,
was reprimanded and discharged.
There had been a disturbance at the
Anchor Saloon on Saturday night
and Captain Nordbcrg ejected the
James McLanc, assault and bat
tery, a nol pros was entered.
MONEY TO LOAN in sun
For particulars, npplv
111 to sun.
AT KAVIOLANI 1'AIIIC,
Js Llo lTsivorllo Suburban
It is opera Every Day
Cm always be supplied1, as well as
Frc-h Air in the Country.
Gil 1m Vioprietor.
Grocery and Feed Store.
jyOEFE & EDWAHDB,Corner of
V T ICing and Nuuanti Mreets.
Fresh Oroceric-. by every steamer. Or
ders solicited, ami gooiN deliveie.l in
any pari ol the city. Jllil (tin b
ursday, 28th, Friday, 29tti
li. V. Mil LEItS & (X).,
Dry (Joodn Importors,
'lort Strt.'ut, Honolulu.
- .,m.i nil
I'ully invited to cxaiuino tlioso boautiful goods.
C-I7J101 . . -
Oceanic Steamship Clonip'y.
c.C.rffe THE "MAGNIFICENT
ai&'H" and i:ic;.iiil Steamships
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
i live Hi iimIuIu and San
Ki.mci-' n "tl Ihe
Inland 15th of Each Month.
I'.wr.Mir.ii'i may lmo their names
booked in advance bj applying at the
ollice of the audita.
l'asscnccrs by thin line are huiehv no
tified lint they will be allowed 250 lbs
oC bajrjtuj;e tree by the Overluid Hall
way, when traveling EaM.
Exclusion rickets tor Hound Trip, $125,
good to 1 etui n by any of the Company's
hlcnniers within "ninety days.
Muuciianiusi: intended for shipment
by this line will be received free of
charge in the Company' New Ware
house anil lecelpts Ismicil for Mime.
Ixsuiiimt. on laeiehandKe, whilst in
the warehouse, will be al owner's ilsk.
Wit.tl. Iiiwi.n .V. Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
Steam Navigation Company's
regularly for Kona and Kail
:s Honolulu at l im. on
Fi iday, Feb. 22
Tuesday, Mar. -1
I'miay, .nnr. 1-1
:s at Honolulu at
cami'.uon, - Commander,
Loaves Honolulu every Tuesday
nl.lp.111., for Nawiliwili, IColo.i, Elude,
and Waime.i, Kauai. Returning, leaves.
Nawiliwili eveiy Saturday evening.
The Jamos Makeo,
runr.MAX, - Commander
Leaves Honolulu every Thursday
at !i p.m. for Kapaa and Kiiauea. He
tinning, leave-, Kauai every Tuesday at
! i-iii., and touching at Wa'tnae, both
The C. R. Bishop,
OAVis, .... Commander.
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at -1 p.m. for Kulcuihuele, Honokaa and
I'.iaulmu. Eetuiningairive-iat Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
5T?T,St oamer Kinan,
"tig2; King, Commander,
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahaina, Maa
laea liny, Makena, Mahukonu, Ka
waihae, Laupahoehoe and Hilo.
Returning, will touch at all ilia
alove ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Saturday afternoon.
FOR IIILO DIRKCT.
The Clipper Schooner
Meis-on, - - Master,
Will run leguhnly between Honolulu,
and Hilo. For fi eight or parage apply
lo the Captain on boaid, or lo the
Pacific Navigation Co.,
(ill :im Cor. Nuuanti & Queen si-.
j- y. Tin: i'ast saii.ino
yg Schooner Elmkai
"2cSifiKl will run iogularly
TO WAIALUA EVEUY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on boanl, or to
Pacific Nvviovtio.n Co.,
My Elegant Assortment of Mew Goods
.letel ..j in. e'l in Pin , I, lo i, rid X. , Vo'K,
Are if Opn id Ready for Insptioii
-A-IVl.) SAXjIO, and fiiiiJ.SL
Never I efore introduced heie, among whieli will he fo ind
Entirely New Patterns in
Lies', Misses', ami GHlili'Gii's Boots ill Sloes.
C2?" JUST SKK MY "a
Elegant Paris Made French Kid Gaiters,
Do nol fail to see the
Now Stylos and Colors in Ladies' and Misses' Silk,
Jjisle, and Hnlbrigguii Hose.
NKW STYI.HS OP hADIKS' VUUSKS. iii l'e.ieoek, Ulue, Ohl Gold, and
Maroun IMtHh, iVe., i:c., &c.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Gent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTiVIAS PRESENTS
It is not necessary for me to enumerate the many now coo Is now
introduced liy me hdc, hul tlie
Ladies arc invited to call and judge for themselves,
Uonolnlii, Nov. L'S.JISSn
Keimeay & Go.'s BullBtin ofNew Goofis !
for " Alameda " Fuh. '.V,i.
rur.su n.&Ti:it.v Oystkus, in Tins ami Shells.
Fui:sir Salmon- Ci:i.i:uv, ele., On lee.
Fm.sir Casnkd and UoTri.i:i) Ooous.
Ring up Telephone 240.
Leave your Orders atj
KIjJKTsHilDY & Co.,
Popular Oiocery Sloie, (!7 and (i!l Hotel street
MACIEALE & URBAN SAFES
Willi Patent Inside Bollwork and Hinge Cap.
A jarge Assortment, of these justly Celebrated Safes
Over 500 in daily use on the Hawaiian Islands.
Safes Sold for Cash, or on the Installment Plan.
For Price", Circulars, etc., apply lo
C. O. lilSHGElI, CJeneral Agent,
.'10 if li
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINES.
This Well-known .Machine is now in-cd at the lloyal l'ahice, Hawaiian Hotel,
Miiblo Hall, ami a uiiimIkt of private, iciideiiue, giving entire tatififact ion every,
It is tliomost economical ilaclnno in ubo, easily managed and automatic in its
J can furnish fiom a 20 Ulit to a 1000 Llglil Machine, tinaller sizes constantly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply to
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
Mil If 1 HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
IXgUANTlTIKS TO SUIT,
.3 si, Cord.
Apply at the Ollleoof Ihe
PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co.
Comer Nuuanu anil Queen fitrcelH
023 'l in
J V VOUlt IIOIISK IS SIC1C or I.AMK,
1 or any way out of older, call on A
T. 11AKKK, at Oa)t. J. V. Cluiiuy'n Bta-lih-t-
corner of Queen it I'unchhowl His.
iSJ'lJreakins horses to saddle or car
il.igo a fcpeelalty. -120 ly
U-fl HONOLULU IUON "WORKS,
ffjyjiSteiiiii eiif.;inea. aunr hiIIIb, hull,
erii, coolert,; iron, brass and lead cabl
ing; machinery' of every description
made In order. Particular attention paid
to chip's black hiiiilhing. Job work exe
cuted at short notice. 1