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TUESDAY, MAIL -J, 1881.
PACIFIC MAILS, S. CO.
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QCEAH1C S. S. CO.
H)U ban n:Ncn Co,
Miirlpoa. . . .Leaves II -Miohilii, Mar. loth
Aliimi'ilii. . . .Leaves Honolulu. Apr. Ht.
Diamond Hcnil, M ir. 1, IStfO u.ui
Li"ht N. E. wind.
Slier Waieliu from Maliko
Whaler Fk-clwiii from S. I
Wlmlisr Abraham from S. F.
Schr Nettie Merrill from Lnlininu
Schr Kcknuluolii from llonokaa
Strar C 11 Bishop for Ilair.akuu
Stmr Lchua for Molgkni anil Maui
.Stun1 Kilauea IIou for Kalmlui
Stmr Mokolii for Koolau
Schr Waioli for Maliko
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
TJ S S Hartford for S. F.
Stinr Kiiiau for windward ports
Stinr Planter for windward ports
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Sehv Ehukai for Waialua
Sehr Waichu for Maliko
Schr Polioiki for Pima
Schr Catcrina lor Hanalci
Schr Kamoi for Laupahochoo
Schr Jennie Walker for Ililo
Tern D S Williams for Ft Townsend
For Kahului per Kilauea IIou,
Morch 3 C F Phelps, R Wright, D
D Haalsc, J II Tiask, T Muck, R
Goodfcllow, J Andrews, II Cooke &
For Mnni, per Lelmi;, March 3
Dr Fitch, F Jones, wife and daugh
ter, C Boltc, V Iscnbcrg, W II Ilal
.stcad, H Kapu and wife, Dr Anting,
Dr Stellark, C M White, 25 deck.
The whaler Abraham Batker, C.ipt. .T.
15. T'obey, 00 dij's from S.iu Vrancifco
and '12 days from Maria Island, arrived
here yesteulay w 1th 100 bbls of oil of
whieh 2j bbls is sperm. She will lemahi
here for a few days to take in stores.
The schooner Mary xUIcc was 10 days
on her last tilp to Molokii tlio wc.illier
being very rough. ,
The whalers Napoleon andeabiecc
arc off port.
Tlio bchooner Iiob Hoy was taking out
.stores to the whaler Seabrccc yester
day. The Waimanalo went on tlio Maiine
Jtallway ycsteiday to be cleaned.
The whaler Flectwinjr, Capt. Nye,
arrived heie yesterday 10." day fiom ban
Francisco via Maria Island, with 17i5 bl)ls
of whale oil taken near the Maiia Island.
She is moored at Brewer's whaif, and
will sail for the Arctic immediately after
discharging her oil.
Schr Waichu brought S-10 bags sugar.
Scor Kauikcaoull brought 215J bags of
At the lesidenee of the bride's parents,
llonokaa, Hawaii, Feb. 2Slh, by the Ifev.
E. B. Tutliill, Walter II. Holmes to Ivy
J. youngest daughter ot Captain G. AV .
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun trade winds have commenced
again, much to everybody's delight.
Ti:n cricketers turned up for prac
tise on Saturday afternoon. Keep
A. C. Ai,i:xandkk can have a
tmndlc of papers, that were found in
the street, by calling at this office.
1 , . , ,
A meeting the the new Military
Company will be held this evening
at 7:30, at the Hall of Engine Co.
An aero and a third of land, at
Kapalama, wns sold yesterday, by
Mr. E. P. Adams, for SL',100 to Mr.
Tun combined team from St. Al
ban's College and Fort Street School
won the football match on Saturday
Tin: greatest depth found, In the
Xlawaiian Channel, by the W. II.
Reed Deep Sea Sounding Explorers,
was 12C0 fathoms.
Tub Casino was crowded on Sun
day afternoon, an extra bus being
run on tlio line. Nolte's novelty
grows in popularity.
Mn. Berger desires to apologize
to the disappointed publio because
ho was tillable to give his usual con
ceit last night. lie was wanted in
Tub Ait of Kissing, A Deserted
City, How to Secure- a Panel, An
Obstinntc Wifo, and The Hot Water
Craze arc articles on the fourth
A CIu.vaMax, tin t mimic of llto In
sanu Asylum, hanged himself at
about JltflO A. m. on Sunday morn
ing. Ait inquest was hold in the
afternoon by Coroner Dayton.
A few of the Mounted Police made
a successful taid, on Maui, on 'sonic
Chinamen who were inspected of
having opium in their pnsscision.
Four Celestials wcicancsted.
Tur. much admired line or Gents
Sttoc Wnro are still the gicat point
of attraction, in the Foit sttcct win
dow of M. Mclucrny's store, and
ought to be seen by everyone bcfoic
removal. 052 3t.
Mu. .1. M. Davidson gave an in
teresting lecture on natural history
yesterday, in a horse case that came
before thu Intermediary Coutt, com
paring the eye of a horse to that of
Tun case against Mr. Ilolokahiki
to tccovcr $20Q attorney's fees, ille
gally charged, was hcaid yesterday
in the Intermediary Com I before
Ilis Honor Judge McCully. Decision
Somb Portuguese at Waianacwcrc
arrested for watering their gardens
on Sunday. The case will piobably
be reheard in town and some inter
esting disclosures made as to the
Sunday occupation of the patty who
ordered the arrests.
Tiir.ni: was a noticeable difference
in tite temperature between 7 r. m.
ou Sunday and 5 a. jr. 3'cstcrday.
The thermometer on Sunday evening
stood at 82 and yesterday morn
ing at C7 , a difference of fifteen
degrees in ten hours.
CitKituoits in the estate of T. B.
Walker, who have proved debts to
the amount of S100 or mote, will
meet at the Supreme Cottit to-morrow
morning for the purpose of
electing assignees to the estate.
Doctous Parker and Emerson ex
pect to conclude their examination
of the Royal School pupils by the
end of this week. There will pro
bably be half a dozen boys whose
certificates will be withheld, pending
medical treatment and a liberal sup
ply of soap aud water.
. , -o--
My dear, have you seen those
Picture frames and Cornices they
make at King Bros., they arc just
too utterly too too, and so very
cheap. 1 asked them how they
could afford to make them for the
pticc3 thej" asked and they told me
it was because they wctc in an out
of the way place, their rent was very
cheap, and they did their own
labor. G17 lw
Maiik Twain in his new story
" The. Carson Fossil-Footprints,"
published in the San Franciscan,
says " The Cave Bear tracks were
made by It. M. Daggett, now grown
ever brought to Honolulu, the entire invoice will bo sold nt
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, 28th? Fsiday, 29th9 '"
.A.iil atixi'day, IVEavcli 1st;.
SALE TO COMIEXCE 0"NT MONDAY, MARCH M, 188-J.
B. F. EIILIDRS & CO.,
Dry Goods Importers,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
IKSrLudies arc respectfully invited to examine these beautiful goods.
honorably fnlnolis ih oilier Awilka of
life, lull still depositing the same
identical track to this day let us
freely believe, when he goclh un
shod as was the stonily simple
custom of the pioneer legislator of
the Territoiy of Nevada, in a day
when virtuous endeavor was held
above the coutfoitof tlio body, and
godliness above meretiieious gauds
A meeting of stockholders in the
Honolulu Ice Woiks was held last
week wheu the following officers
were elected: President, S. G. Wil
der; Vice-President, W. E. Foster;
Manager, J. K. Wilder ; Secretary,
Tin: Portuguese, who was recently
shot at llonokaa, has been placed by
l he Poiluguese Commissioner in the
Queen's Hospital, wheto he is ic
cctving the best attention from Dr.
McKibbin. Some shot has been re
moved from the man's head, but it
is feared he will lose his sight en
tirely. . -.-.
Ax interesting story conies from
Kohala. A young man manicd an
eldetly woman who had a son nearly
as old as her new husband. The
honeymoon did not pass without
some of those slight disagreements
which arc occasionally incidental to
mattiutonial life, so the bride took
refuge with her son. The bride
groom called to his aid the arm of
the law, and District Judge Kaohi
fined the son $100 for displaying his
filial affection in harboring his
"THE KOHALA DOCTORSHIP."
" It is further noticeable that, so
far as can bo leatncd by inquiry, the
petition circulated for Doctor Bond
b' the natives and containing 300,
moic or less, Hawaiian signatuics,
has never received any attention or
any reply from the President of the
Board of Health. And this fact is
laid in contrast with his intermina
ble palaver about these specially
"dear people." E. C. B. in the
It is only fair to the President of
the Board of Health to state that on
January 7th a letter was written, by
the Secretary of the Board, to Dr.
Wright and others, acknowledging
the receipt of the petition. The
letter further stated that, as Kohala
had a physician who had an allow
ance from the Board, and as this
physician had not sent any notice of
his resignation, the Government
could not provide a subsiity for a
second physician for the distiict.
Dr. Thomson had also written to
the Board wjth reference to the ru
mor of his resignation, and the Sec
retary of the Boaid replied to the
doctor, on the same date, that it
was not contemplated to make any
change in the position he was then
Childhood shows the man, as
morning shows the day. Milton.
orth of the Finest
Oceanic Steamship Ooinp'y.
z$&jiji?fe 'fin: "'NLU.Nll'K'KNT
cSSjLcElS3't(.v in d Kleg,mtSte.imhip'.
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will hast lliuolulu and Sim
FiiiiicI1.! " on Ihe
1st and 15th of Each Month.
Hassbmilus may lme their linini'S
booked In nrirntici' by .tipl iiig at the
olllce of tin- agents.
Passenger by this line me huiebv no
tilled that llioy will be allowed 2ut lbs
of bagmigu tree by the Ow-rluid Hall
way, when traveling East.
Excursion Tickets (or Round Trip, $125,
good to tettirn by any of the Company's
steamers within ninety days.
MBiicifANmsi: intended for shipment
by this line will be received free of
charge in the Company's New Ware
house and receipts issued for Banic.
IxsuiiAxu: on merchandise, whilst in
the warehouse, will be at owner's risk.
Wm. O. InwiN k Co.,
Agents, O. S. H. Co.
Steam Navigation Company's
I.1XC OV STJEA51KWS.
regularly for Komi and Kan
s Honolulu at 4 p.m. on
Friday, Feb. 22
Tuesday, Mar. 4
Friday, Mar. 14
Tuesday, Mar. 25
i:s at Honolulu at 5 i.u.
Friday, Feb. 20
Tuesday, -Mar. 11
Filday, Mar. 21
cameuox, - - Commander,
'.Leaves Honolulu cvory Tuesday
at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Lleele,
and Wnimea, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawiliwili ccry Saturday evening.
Tho James Makeo,
I'ltncMAN, - - Commander
Loaves Honolulu ovory Thursday
nt 3 p.m. for ICopau and Kilauea. He
turning, leaves Kauai every Tuesday at
4 p-m , and toucliintj at Wuinne, both
The C. R. ?ishop,
davis, .... Commander.
Leaves Honolulu cvory Tuosday
nt 1 p.m. for Ktikuihnclc, Ilonokna and
F.iatihau. ICottiruing at rives at Honolulu
every Sunday niointng.
jg&,St darner Kin-au,
iMsJcirSr, King, Commander,
.Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahaina, Maa
laea Bay, Makcna, Mabukona, Ka
waihae, .Laupahoehoe and Hllo.
Returning, will touch at all the
alove ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Satin day afternoon.
FOR IIILO DIRECT.
The Clipper Schooner
Mcii?on, - - - Master,
Will inn regularly between Honolulu,
and Ililo. For freight or passage apply
to the Captain on bo.utl, or to tho
Pach'ic Navigation Co.,
(Stl Sin Cor. Nuuanu Ss Queen Ms.
THE FAST SAII.IM1
will run regularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
Pacu'ic Navigation Co.,
tt&an t ejs
I My Elegant Assortment of Hew Goods
l-ileeted by iuyeU in I'uiU,
Are low Open and Reafly for Inspection
-A.if:r SVXjIS, anil comirlMO
Never before Introduced here, among which will lie found
Entirely New Pnttorns in
Mies', Misses', si Glilrmi's Boots aM Slioss,
3T -just si:k JIY -a
Elegant Paris Made French Kid Gaiters,
Do not fail to ee the
New Styles and Colors in Ladies' and Misses' Silk,
Lisle, and Bulbriggun Hose.
NEW STYLES OV LADIES' PURSES. In Peacock, Blue, Old Gold, aud
Maroon Plush, iVc, &c, &c.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Gent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
It. is not necessary for me to enumerate the many new gco Is now
introduced by mc here, but tlio
'Ladies are invited to call and judge for themselves,
itonoiuiu, jnov. 2'1, ISSU.
Per "Alameda" Feb. 22.
Fni:su Evsthkn Oystiuis, in Tins and Shells.
Fnnsii Salmon' Cm.niiY, etc., On Ice.
Fitizsii Canned and HoTri.im Goons.
Ring up Telephone 240.
Leave your Orders at
KEjTEDY & Co.,
Popular Grocery Store, 07 and C9 Hotel street
MAGNEALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
A Large 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 Prices, Circulars, etc., apply to
C. O. BERGER, General Agent,
510 if 1)
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINES.'
This Well-known Machine is now used at tho lloynl Palace, Hawaiian Hotel,
Music Hall, and a iiumbv'iof private residences, giving eutlro satisfaction overy.
It is the moil economical Machine In mo, easily managed and automatic in Its
I can furnish from a ao.Llglit to a 1000 Light Machine, smallor sizes constantly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply to
C. O. BERGKEfe, Sole Agent,
Bl tf 1) HAWAIIAN ISLAND8.
I N QUANTITIES TO SUIT,
$13 sx Cord.
Apply at the Oflleo of tho
PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co.
' Corner Nuuanu anil Queen BtrectH
IjjiI i, i iJ New o:k,
TV YOUK HOKSK IS SICK or LAMB,
JL or any way out of order, nail on A
T. 15AKKH, at dipt. J. C. Cluney's sta-ble.s-
corner of Queen & Punchbowl sts.
CSriircaklng horses to saddle or car
riago a specialty. 420 ly
HONOLULU IRON "WORKS,
Cfk.i.ti t. i.ln.u Einin. .nlllo l.nll
crs, coolers; iron, brass aud lead cast'
lugs; machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention paid
to ship's black smithing. Job work exe
cuted at short notice, 1