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title: 'The Daily bulletin. (Honolulu [Hawaii]) 1882-1895, March 03, 1884, Image 3',
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.MONDAY, MAIL u, 1S-I.
PAGiriC MAIL S. S. CO.
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An liiiltn On Jl ueh USlul
roit svn ruNriH'n.
Utinr Xe-ihimltn March in
OCEANIC S. G. CO.
i-on HAN ntAMlSCn.
MnripiMi. . . .Leaves Honolulu, Mnr. lolh
Aliiiiifilii Lcines Honolulu. Apr. 1st.
Diamond Head, Mar. :), 0:110 n.m
Light N. 12. wind.
Two whale ships off Diinoiul 1 lend.
Sehr Ktunni from Laupalioehoe
Stmr Kinau from windward ports
Stinr Iwalani from Kauai
Sehr Mntiuokuwni from Kekahn
Stmr "W H Kccd from cruise
Schr EhuUai from "Wninlua
Stmr Alameda for San Francisco
Stmr .las Makee for Kauai
Sehr ficn Seigcl for Wainnao
Schr Itninbow for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TMSf DAY.
Stmr C It Bishop for Ilair.akua
Stmr Leliua for Irolokai and Maui
Stmr Kilauca Hon for Kaliului
Stmr Mokolii for Koolau
Torn D S Williams for Pt Townsend
Sehr Calerina tor Ilnnnlei
Schr Wioli for Maliko
Schr Mamoi for Luupahoehou
Schr Jennie "Walker for Ililo
For San Francisco per Alameda,
March 1 Mr and Mrs M F Jones,
Miss G Jones, Miss M Jarhoe, Capt
' J "Wright and wife, Capt J C Ains-
worth and wife, E C Maefarlane, Dr
A W Lane, Miss Ainsworlh, S 15
Slight, J D Sydncr, G Carlisle. C M
Kccncy, J Coffee, Mrs A Grant, Mr
and Mrs A Spencer, and child, 11
Mum', Mrs T C AVarley and child,
II V Williams, L Way. J I Shaw, V
C Jones Jr, Mr Robinson & wife, II
Turlon Jr, J K Porter J W Fisher,
C E AVillinms, Miss L Williams, Miss
Andrews, Mr and Mis 11 Millard, J
D Kamslcy and wife, and 2S steer
age. For Kauai per Jas Makee, Mar. 1
A W Jtichanlson, and 20 deck.
From windward ports, per Kinau,
Mar 1 Thco II Davies, A F Cooke,
Mrs. E O Hall, D D Baldwin, D
Kamai, C L Hopkins, E Styles, C
Achi, J M Horner, G W Pilipo, W
II Holmes and wife, C 15 Wells,
E Field wife & 3 children, Mrs. T
Shore, Thos Campbell & wife, Miss
Doherly, W 15 Whittlessy.
From Kahului, per Kilauca Hon,
Mzif'l 1) McGiflin, J II Frask,
D D Ilaake, G S Slayton, W Ricley,
G II Taylor & wife, J5 deck-.
From Kauai per Iwalani, March 2
G N Wilcox, L Stoltz, G Irvine,
F W Glade, 30 deck.
Steamer Lchua brought 157,1 legs of
sugar, 0,1 hags ot sugar, 2 hot.ses, and
r head cattle.
Steamer Mokolii brought 5110 bag-- of
rice, 2:i5 bags sugar.
Sehr Foboiki bi ought l!0 cord-, of llie
wooil. Schr Jennie Walker biought liJSS bags
of .sugar from llilo, uml 107 bbls of
sperm oil from the Whaler Napoleon,
the latter vessel is expected here soon.
gclir Iviimol brought 2100 bags sugar.
Stmr Kilauca llou brought 159 bags
of .sugar, 51 bags of corn, 00 bags of
taro, 2 lioi?eh, and 7 hogs.
Sehr Calerina brought JJO." bags of
The Alameda look 2,1)90 tons of sugar
and rice, 11100 bunches of bananas, and
HO tons hides, etc. Total domes-tie value
Stmr Kinau brought 721 bag-, sugar,
HiOhidc-., 22 Bales' of wool, J! bales goat
.skins, and 1 hore.
Schr Wuioli brought 1 100 bags .sugar,
Sehr Mary Alice brought C21 bags of
The dredge was at work along the
Ksplaiiiitlo " Satiuday. It will com
mence to dig out the bay about Wednes
day, beginning near the Inter Island
Steam Navigation Go's wharf ami going
towards Urewers whaif.
Stmr Iwalani brought -1807 bgs sugar,
8!J bags rtce, 7S hides.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Lyons & Lr.vnv's sale of salmon
A rr.w of the bailors of tho Hart
ford aio missing.
Tin: Kinau made her last trip from
Lahaiua in f hours !() minutes.
A roitr.Kixnu at Paukim plantation,
Hilo, lust week had both his legs
taken off, above the kneo, in the
Tin: Ida Schnaiier arrived at Ku
wailiao on Friday with over thirty
mules and a general cargo for Mr,
Tin: Ueciproeily Sugar Co.'s now
mill at Mokue, near liana, Main,
eouiineiiivtl lis llt'fl blinding on Fri
day Willi ".oine pplcudid cane.
A sai.i: of veal estatu will he held
tiviluy hy Air. 12. P. Adams. The
properly coiislnls of Kalo patches at
lfnpnlaina, near the old Amlin prcm
iscs. Alt:. James Ootid, please do not
allow your men to leave a "bus, at
night, on the sidewalk of Fort street
opposite your slahles. Haul in a
little nearer the eariiagc factory.
In passing down Fort street this
morning we wore much pleased with
the handsome line of Gent's Fine
Shoe AVear in Ihe window of M. Me
Inerny. Every one ought to see
them. (ill) Jit.
Alr.saits. liagot and Du Pico have
completed their tour of the King
dom in the interests of the coming
directory, which, it is expected, will
be completed and circulated in three
Tin: Alameda took over 2,200 tons
of sugar and rice, and 770 tons of
goods by measurement, making 2,-
900 tons in all. This is the largest
freight ever shipped, by one vessel,
Mnssr.s. A. S. Clcghorn & Co.
have just received some new Aus
tralian saddles and bridles, best Ma
nila cigars, medium bread and fresh
Columbia river salmon. Tlioae lines,
which have just been landed, are of
Tin: Queen of Tahiti has been
visiting San Francisco and New
Yoik. On leaving the latter city she
said she "wishes never to see New
York or San Francisco again, on ac
count of the rudeness of the rc
portcis. She will return from Paris
to Tahiti 'by the Cape of Good
My dear, have you seen those
Picture frames and Cornices they
make at King 15ros., they are just
too utterly loo too, and so vciy
cheap. I asked them how they
could afford to make them for the
pi ices they asked and they told me
it was because tliey were in an out
of tho way place, their rent was very
cheap, and they did their own
labor. G17 1w
Two burglaries were attempted
during Friday night, one of which
was successful. The store of Mr.
Frank Gcilz on Fort street was en
tered, by some person unknown,
through a back window and about a
half a dozen pair of shoes were pur
loined. At about 1 a m. on Satur
day Mr. Lindsay, jeweler, on Nutt
anustrecthcard a noise which sounded
to him like rats, and he took no
notice of it till he heard some glass
fall to the fioor. He jumped out of
DAMAGED BY SEA
$3,700 Worth of the Finest Silk Goods
over brought lo Honolulu, the entire invoice will be sold al
75 per cent less than the Wholesale Cost !
This lot of very choice goods will be marked in plain figures, and will lx;
PLACED ON EXHIBITION,
SALE 'I.'0 OOIrE"NCI3 ON" iMOiNTDAY,
IJ. P. EHLEKS & CO.,
Dry CJoods Importers, '
bVirt Street, Honolulu.
8E3UuUqs tiro voapoall'iilly invilod to oximiinu thosn bumitiriil goods,
bed and foil lid Hint the wood woik
of the window had been cul, as if
by mi experienced piofcsslonal house
thief, hut forlunnlely holhiug was
ulKraelcd. The would be robbers
decamped and the police sllll slum
bered on llielr boxes round the
The slu-uner W. 11. Hood ariived
yesterday morning. Site has com
pleted the soundings between Molo
kai and Muul and Hawaii. She left
last night to commence soundings
between Oalui and Molokai.
The Hartford will probably leave
Tin: Mongoose and the Cobra and
Loaded Medicine on tho fourth
A Chinaman was thrown out of
an upstairs window at tho Chinese
theatie, last Saturday night, and
Tin: Police Court business on
Saturday was small. Jas. Macaioy,
A. Howard and Pakana each for
feited their bail of SG as inebriates;
Kaina, n gentleman also under the
influence, was fined So and $1 costs.
Jos de Frank, for assault and bat
tery, pleaded guilty and was mulcted
in the sum of G and costs 1.
Tin: fu-rtt auction sale in Camp
bell's block will be held on Wednes
day in one of the stores on Fort
street. Mr. E. P. Adams has re
ceived instructions to sell a very val
uable assortment of new furniture
specially imported for this market.
It comprises bedroom and parlor
suites in black walnut, a very hand
some bookcase and sideboard, ofllce
tables, lounges, desks, chairs and
extension tables. The goods arc
(pule new and well worth inspect
Tin: Alameda left the wharf
shortly after twelve o'clock on Sat
urday, being delayed for a few min
utes for the mails, and to enable
His Ex'ccllcucy the Governor and
His Excellency the Minister of For
eign Affairs to get ashore. The
band was playing for a little time
and the wharf was crowded with
friends of the dear departed, llo
'nolulu gardens were denuded of
llowcrs judging from the large and
numerous bouquets that were taken
on the steamer. There was a fight
for place at the dock, after the
steamer left, between the crews of
two schooners. The stronger parly
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play in Kinina
Square, thLs evening, at 7: !0. The
following is the programme :
Match Suite Lachner
Overture lolly Kobbeis Suppe
Chorus r.ivouac I'elielhi
Selection Rossini Codfiey
Selection lolantbe Sullivan
Wall. HegRar Student Milloeker
Qundiille lieggnr Student. ..Millockcr,
Star Sp,iuj'lcd i inner
m Qua vl Hi D H n U h n mu
AunH atuvHaxyn TWa''li
Oceanic Steamship CJomp'y.
,; i mi '.turn
li.nr Honolulu uml San
I'VlllllMVI c) 1)11 tin
1st and 15th oi" Each Month.
I'apsi.suuus may lme their lmiiu
hooked in mlMiiic'f li. uppl.Miig 'lithe
olllee of the anenls.
l'asseugeli hy tills, line are huieby un
titled thai they will be allowed alio lbs
or bngcnuo fiee by the Oveilmd Hall
way, when traveling Kast.
Excursion Tickets lor Round Trip, $125,
good to lolllia by any of the Company's
Mcainers within nineiy days.
Mr.itciiANOisr, intended for shipment
by this line will be leeched fiee of
ehatijo In the Company's New Ware
house and icceipts issued for same.
IxsritANCi: on inerehuuilUi, whilst in
the warehouse, will be al nwnei's risk.
Wm. O. Iitwix it Co.,
Agents, ). S. S. Co.
Steam Navigation Company's
lilXK OF STEAMJBKS.
Will mil regularly for Kona and Kan :
Luavim Honolulu at ! i.m. on
Friday, Fob. '.'2
Tuesday, Mar. -1
Friday, Mar. 1 1
Tuesday, -Mar. 25
AnniVKS at Honolulu at o v.m.
Friday, Feb. a!)
Tuesday, Mar. 11
Friday," Mar. al
CAiir.uox, - - Commander,
Loaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Ivolo.i, 1'leele,
and Waimea, Kauai. Hetuiniiifj, leave
Nawiliwili every Satuuhiy evening.
Tho Jamos Makee,
riti:uMAN. ... Commander
Leaves Honolulu every Thursday
; p.m. for Kapaa and Kilauca. He
Hills', leaves Kauai every Tuesday at
...., i.: V.,;...... iwiili
1 p-ni., and toueliing at NYaiiuie,
The C. R. Bishop,
D.wis, ... - Commander.
Leaves Honolulu evciy Tuesday
al 1 p.m. for KuUuibaele, Jloaohaa anil
1'aauhau. Jieliiininu; amve-. at Honolulu
eery Sunday morning.
liSSsclll- K'"K Cow
K i n a ti ,
-Louves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahaina, 2daa
laea Hay, Makona, Mahukona, Ka
waibae,'Laupalioelioo and Hilo.
tteturniiig, will touch at all Urn
al ove ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Satiuday afternoon.
FOlt HILO DIRECT.
The Clipper Schooner
Meissou, - - - Master,
Will run leularly between Honolulu,
and Hilo. For he'inhl or passage apply
to the C.tpt iin on lioaid, or to the
l'xoiric Xaviomion Co.,
(ill :!in Cor. Xiiuanu .V Queen M.
Till: 1MST SAILING
will urn legulaily
TO WAIALUA KVHHY MONDAY,
Hetiirning on Thuisday, weather
For fieight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
l'lCIKK' Navkhtion Co.,
MARCH ftrd, i5Sil,
My Elegant Assortment of Hew Goods
.-rlei'id h m el I m I'm Ln.dii, aid NVw York,
Are low Open id tally for Dissection
Vft SAL!'!, nm I .'iiiiviwi5
Xeer I eTore iatiodueed line, anions which will be fo'ind
Entirely New Patterns in
Mies', Hisses', end Cliiliren's Beets end Shoes.
E2T .IUST .sHi: MY "(&
Elegant Paris Made French Kid Gaiters,
Do not f.iil to see the
Jfuw Styles and Colors in .Ladies' and Misses' Silk,
Lisle, and Balbrian Hose.
NKW STYLUS OF I.AIMKS' I'L'KSKS. in l'cuorU, Mine, Old Cold, and
Maioou Flush, A:e., &e., iS.c.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Gent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRSST1AS PRESENTS
It is unt necessary for nie to enumeiate the m my new tioo K liow
i'ntrodueed bymeheie, but the
Ladies are invited to call and judge for themselves,
Honolulu, Nov. L'2, 1S8H.
KeniiGfly & Go.'s Bulletin of New Goofls !
Per "Alameda" Feb. S!i.
Fur.sii Hvsrnitx Oysti:ks, in Tins and Sliell.
Fur.su Sm.mon Cni.miY, etc., On lee.
Fi:i:sii Canskd and Iiorm.n Oooni.
Iling up Telephone 240.
Leave your Orders sit
KENEDY & Co.,
Popular Oroeeiy Store, 07 and G!l Hotel street
MACNEALE & URBAI SAFES
With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
rT-v; -T- "- - --,l'i
Largo Assort incut of these .justly Celebrated Sales
Over 500 in daily use
Safes Sold for Cash,
For I'liecs, Circulars!, etc., apply to
-.jo if li
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINES.
TJiIh WoU-hnowu .Machine is now used at lhe lloval Palace, Hawaiian Hotel,
.Music Hall, and a number of iiilvuto lesldcnccs, giving entire sal isfiiclion every,
It is tliuinoii economical Inchino in me, easily nianagcd and automatic in Us
I can funilHli from a 20 Mjjht to a 1000 Light Iaehiae, siiiallor slcs eonslanlly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
Tor Chculars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply to
. O. O. BERG-ER, Sple Agent,
f.P.I If b
lz2 :i, Corel.
Ajlply at Hie Ollleeof the
PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co.
(Junior Nuiiauu nuil Queen MieetH
on the Hawaiian Islands,
or on tho Installment Plan.
UEItGEli, General Agent,
Orl' I ' I'''
F TOUlt llOHSK IS SICK or LA.ML,
J or any way out of order, call on A
T. JUKKK, ui Capt. J. V. CluneyV U-ble.-i
conn r of Queen & Punchbowl M.
df-lSieaUliiL' hori.es to saddle or car
ilugoafepceialty. -ISO ly
JVfflf HONOLULU IRON WOItKS,
ja.tiaSleiiiu engines, sugar ihIIIh, boil
erh, coolei'h; iion, brus.b and lead cast
ings; machinery of eveiy dcicrlptiou
inadu lo older, l'ailicular attention liaitl
to ship's black Hinuhiug. Job work exe
cuted at tdmi I notice. 1