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SATURDAY, KK1). 7,
SUN, MOON AHD SEA.
All lltnc from noun of to-day, I'd). 7.
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wimi ani wiivrmai
lli'vunt liom iioou or yonteiOiij!
IliiiDini'liMl Tlii'i'iiiniiU'tni' Until.
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Wliiil, X. ficjlij M.y. fll'i Sua, lmulomtc.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
KOll SAX XKANC1SC0.
... ...Leaves Honolulu, Feb. 14
...Leaves Honolulu. Fob. V8
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
I'DU AUCKIANIi AND SVDNT.Y:
SJimv Auslr.iliil Vol
roll SAN 1'ltANCIfiCO.
Stmr Zealandia Feb. in
Stmr Lehua from AVindward Forts
Selir Fohoikl fiom llaualel
Selir Kalnbow from Koolau
Schrlliileakala fioin Feiieekeo
Slmr Kliiau from Windward Forts
Stmr Likoltko from Kaliului
SI nir Flanler from Kauai
F.k Forut Queen from San 1- rnnolseo
Selir Jtosilinii fiom F.uieka
Feb 7 ,. ,
Stmr 0 It Bishop for AValanae As Kmi.il
Selir Luka for Koliolalele tc Kukaiau
VESSELS LEAVING OH MONDAY.
Stmr Likcllkc for Kaliului
Stmr Lehua for Windward Port
Selir Manuokawal for Koolau
Selir Fohoikl for llaualel
Selir Kaiubow for Koolau
Selir Ilalenkala for Fopcekeo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Jtk Dacca, Ferry
l$k Hcsper, Kyder
Fr gun-boat Kerguclcn, Founder
Selir Norway, Fanl
From Windward Forts per Kinau,
Feb 7 .T II Faty and wife, I N Makce,
lmop Willis, Miss Hall, C F Hart, Dr
J Wight, II F Wood, .1 15 Burton. Dr a
Hcibert, C 1! Wells 11 S Flood, F M
Swanv, G D Frcctb, Mr- Geo Nakapu
alil, S L Kuwelo, J Kaae and wife, II
Zerbc, Senor A deCanavarro, F II Hay
Fcldcn, Mis Neumann, Sam Nowlein
and wife and Si deck.
From Kauai per Planter, Fob 7 Hon
L MeCully, Hon W A Whitney. Hou W
O Smith, wife and 2 children, Hon G 13
Kalaaukano, S Harrison, H H Wilcdx,
.rilvman, Iriteoml), Miss Susie Tit
comb, Miss Ucckie Tttcomb, O T llrig
stoekc, Capt C Loraugc. E Kopkc, Capt
Bobbins, Alo, Alee, ISO deck and -1 pri
soners. From Kaliului per Likclike, Feb 7
lion 11 Kuihelani, Frof Martin, W F A
Brewer, A II Smith, 'A K Myers, C K
Coriiville, F F Lewis.
From Windward Forts per Lehua,
l?cl, 5o Sheridan and (5 deck.
From Eureka per loalina, Feb 7
G L llobcrts.
Stmr Kinau brought 4,711 bags of
sugar, 2 horses and VAo pkgs suiulries.
Stmr Planter brought !(,210 bags of
wgar, 20 bags of rice, 12 bags potatoes,
201) sheep, Hi hides, 40 pkgs bimdries.
She sails on 'i'ue-day at 4 p. in.
A full rigged ship was reported going
up the channel this morning.
Stmr Lehua brought 2,u:t7 bags of
fciigar. She sails on Monday at 5 p. m.
Stmr Likellko brought 2,72." bags of
sugar. She sails on Monday at 1 p. m.
The Lilioliho left Waimea last even
ing. She is expected to arrive here to
The steamer Kiiauea Hon is expected
to arrive hero to-day with about 4,000
bags of sugar.
Tbo steamer Planter arrived at about
7:'.t0 this a. m. and went to dock at the
W. S. S. wharf, but being under too
much headway she ran foul of the Es
plauado with her bow on. The cap-log
was broken, a pilu snapped off and a
largo hole made in the embankment.
The Planter received only a few
The Couiteney Ford, Capt. Miller,
arrived at Kaliului, Feb. Slid, 21 days
from San Francbeo with a general
cargo. She was 5 days within sight of.
Kahului. Shu will sail for San Frau
ejsco on Tuesday next.
Tho top-sail schooner Eosalhia, Capt.
Robertson, arrived this a. m., 20 days
from Emeka with 231,250 ft of lumber,
43:14 shingles and fi,r30 potts. She is
consigned to Lowers & Cooke.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Skmxtioss on fourth page.
The steamer Lehua will leave on
Monday at S o'clock.
Tin: Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a concert at Emma Square Mon
Senhou A. dc Sousa Cauavarro,
'Portuguese Commissioner, returned
by the Kinau this morning.
Mil. Robert Grieve had the long
delayed Gazette charter safely in his
clutches this morning.
Madame Cora, tho" magician, wc
hear, intends giving entertainments
at Waialua and Wnianac on this
The S. S. City of Tokio may be
looked for early next week from
Yokohama with about 800 Jnponcso
5t. Hov. Hlsliop Willis relumed
by Uig Kltinit thin morning front n
tin cu weeks parochial visit on Ha
waii, A sit.ciai. meeting of tlic Hono
lulu Koyal Arch Chapter will be held
this evening at, 7.00 o'clock. 1 JL
iIr.ssits. Lyons & Levey linvo had
a large now sign put up on llicir
building on tin1 Fori .street, side,
which is very nUrnclivc.
Tut: schooner Ku&ario Bailed from
Kaliului, Maui, February 1st, with
4,803 bags of sugar weighing 489,
G95 pounds, and valued at 24,878'
34. Tins morning, by order of the
Marshal, Messrs. Lyons & Levey
sold at auction, the Chinese restau
rant, No. 27 Hotel street, to Alct
for SI 50.
Mr.. W. II. Wilkinson lias made
an assignment of his goods, wares),
merchandise and book accounts to
Messrs. Thco. II. Davics and God
AVj: would again warn persons
against using water for irrigating
purposes, at other hours than thoso
appointed by the Superintendent of
Mi:. Jay Green is making, so he
says, at the Oceanic Co.'s wharf, a
very large frame, for sliding gold
coin, arriving by the Company's
steamers, into the Treasury.
Foun prisoners arrived by the
steamer Planter this morning from
Kauai. One of them is an escaped
prisoner, a very desperate character,
and wears a ball and chain.
Tin: total amount of rainfall at
Mill's store, Ilonokaa for the month
of January was 1C indies. The
greatest amount for one day was on
the 17t"h, when 4.G9 inches fell.
Chaui.v.s Gannon challenges any
man in the Islands to a go-as-you-please
race for Sf00 a side. We do
not want to see such sport inaugu
rated in this country. Then again,
tho climate is against it.
Tin: Court returned by the steamer
Planter this morning from holding
the term of fourth Circuit Court at
Nawiliwili, Kauai. The business
was rather light, only occupying
about two days and a half.
Tun Ice and Ucfrigcrating Co. has
accepted a charter and elected the
following officers: President and
Manager, J. M. Sass ; Vice Presi
dent, P. M. Sass; Treasurer and
Secretary, John Ena, Jr.
Last Saturday a large trash house
belonging to the Ilalawa Sugar a'nd
Mill Co., Hawaii, was burned to the
ground. A strong south wind was
blowing at the time, and it is sup
posed that it was set on fire by
sparks from the flume of the mill.
Tin: S. S. Mariposa is duo on
Monday morning from San Fran
cisco with dales to the 2nd inst. As
she will leave Honolulu on the fol
lowing Saturday, giving her only six
days to unload and load, wo rather
expect to hear Lucas's whistle a
little earlier than usual.
The steamer Planter arrived this
morning a day ahead of her time.
This was on account of the breaking
of the upper roller shaft at the'
Ilanamaulu Mill, Kauai. It was
brought down for repair. The
steamer C. R. Bishop, which left
this noon, took another one in place
Of the broken one.
A shout time ago His Honor
Justice Bickcrton sent a communi
cation to tho Supreme Court, stating
that, owing to tho great increase of
the Portuguese population, it was
necessary to have a regular inter
preter for tho Police Court. -The
Justices have replied by appointing
tills morning, Joao Figucrra Fcrraz
as Portuguese interpreter.
Mn. Albert Sala, brother of Geo.
Augustus Sala, writes us to say that
he does not expect his brother thin
way until March. Unless he btays
over one mail Mr, Sala does not
think ho can leave his post Govern
ment school teacher to come and
see him. At the present time it is
very necessary for him to stay where
Is the Police Court this morning,
Maipili Kano, for furious driving,
forfeited bail of 810. Kauakuole,
for disorderly OOlidlldl, tttis soul
over tliu reef for six dnys. Lang
.Song, for larceny of Si? properly of
Hokano, was remanded until the
nth. Chad: Keau, for having opium
in possession, was lined $i0 and
sentenced to one month's imprison
ment at hard labor.
Jin. W. O. Smith, who returned
from Kauai this morning, reports
that Island unusually dry for winter.
Unless there is rain very soon the
crops will suffer. Old residents on
Kauai state it is a very long lime
since they experienced such dry
weather. Of cotirso it is pleasant
to have such weather for taking off
the present crop, still rain is badly
M.vnsiiAi. Sopor and officer Melir
lens have been making a raid among
the Chinese nnd arrested eight on a
charge of vagrancy. They were
brought up this morning, when six
of them giving something of a satis
factory account of themselves, weio
discharged with a caution. Tlfo
other two were remanded for a week
in order to give them n, chance to
get work. This certainly is a step
in the right direction.
Mi:. J. W. IIixoi.uy, so well known
as tho late proprietor of the Pioneer
Cigar Manufactory, has opened a
store at 84 King street, whero ho
will be glad to sec all his old patrons
and now ones loo. He keeps a large
assortment of genuine imported
Havana and Manila cigars, and
different brands of the finest domes
tic cigars. Smokers will find cigar
ettes, tobacco and every requisite.
Whim: the Post-office' clerks wore
assorting the Kinau's mail this
morning, a small Scotch terrier dog
entered at the door of one of the
laigcr boxes, and stood guard, growl
ing and barking at every one who
came near the box or attempted to
put a letter into it. He was evi
dently bent on seeing that the Post
office work waa properly done, for
as soon as the distribution of letters
was finished, and the door again
opened, lie left the promises, he or
his master taking the contents of tho
box with him.
Tin: following have been elected
to serve as officers for the Honolulu
llilles during the ensuing year:
Captain, W. II. Aldrich ; First Lieu
tenant, George H. McLcod ; Second
Lieutenant, II. Gunn ; Secretary,
J. E. Wiseman ; Treasurer, James
Simmons. Finance Committee,
Messrs. Keist, Bishop and Richard
son Recruiting Committee, Messrs.
Unger, Hebbard and George. Ar
mory Committee, Messrs Dow,
Gunn and Wood. Range Commit
tee, Messrs. Unger, Scott and Hald
win. Tho number of men employed on
the Panama Canal work is 19.000.
TlIl)i:NTt5 O ' FUNAIIOU, phae
X take notice that
Love's Bread Wagon
now deliver bread in that locality.
Orders for legnlar hcnlco taken by
llio driver, and at
031 2w Nuuaiiu street.
TTAVINU lONIAHOED THKSK
Central & Commodious Stables
wo' arc picnared to furnish flrst-clais
turnout wltlt gcntlo hoivcs, with or
without dilvcrs, A due wagonette in
IfackH at nil Iloursi.
day and night. Horses taken to board
by day, week, or month, on iciisoiuiblo
terms. fri'Udlu liornes to let.
lloi-KCH ,l-JoiifliL uixl Bold,
A Haj-'gago Wagon delivers toall
parts of tliu city. Purnltiire moving
C. W. MACFAHLANK, l,)rm,,.
K. K. MILES, 'flrops
020 'Jm GSTTelephouu JTo. 32.
At $!ilO o'clock this nflutnoou
theru Is no change In the condition
of Kcv. Dr. Dninoii. He Jias not
moved a muscle in the last fifty
hours, bo the attending physician
Mu. K. 1'. Adams has disposed of
those seven valuable building lots on
Lunnlllo, Knpiohini and Victoria
streets. Those parlies who have
obtained them, have got them cheap,
and on very favorable terms.
IIt the courtesy of Marshal Sopor
wo have particulars of a shooting ac
cident which took place at Walhec,
Maui, on the afternoon of the 4th.
A young boy named Kolia was hand:
ling a pistol when it went off, and
struck his sister named Kaili in the
abdomen, from thu effect of which
she died the following day. She
was between eight and nine years
of ago. An inquest was hold, the
jury bringing in n verdict of acci
dentally killed. The boy, however,
has been held by the sheriff for ex
amination before tho district judge.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Hand will play at Emma
Square this afternoon at 4:30. The
following is the programme :
M arclf Suite Lachner
Overtiu c Tancred! IIohIiiI
Walt. Golden Myrtles Tahibaeh
Three Songs Mendelsohn
Selection Slradella Flotow
Gavotte Welcome Kluss
To-morrow at Fort Street Church,
Pastor Cruzan will preach morning
and evening. Subject, morning,
" Light Shining in the Darkness."
Evening, "Does the Gospel fit
man? Is it God-given and man
needed?" A cordial welcome to
At Bethel Union Church, Pastor
Oggcl preaches at 11 a. si., on
" Divine Comfort." At 7.30, his
subject will be, "All on Him."
Sunday school at 9 a. m. A general
invitation is extended to these
Kcv. George Wallace will preach
morning and evening at St. Andrews
JOHN A. PALMER will distribute
Also; assist in general olllce work.
Ofllce in Campbell's Block, Boom 7, up-
JDKOS to inform his niiiiieious custo.
J nii'is and the publics that he is
READY AGAIN FOR BUSINESS
In the storu
rpilK partnership hiftktofmo oxlstiiic
X between SIMPSON & WALLAUK
doing business in Honolulu, as plumb'
ith, ga.llttor.s, and tlnsinitha, is this day
dissolved by mutual consent.
,.,.., I DAVID S1MFSON.
Honolulu, Jan. i!7, 1681. !)2U
At Falaina, near Itefonnatorv
JSchool, 11 new and commodious
BaafctsSSeottiiire. Suitable for a fainilv.
Has never been occupied. J.'asy turnix
to a good tenant.
Good stabling, servants' rooms, and a
On thu premise'!, or J. V.. Wisuman, 27
Merchant st. Honolulu. 88S
A Foiir.lloomcd COTIUOK,
.tll. tmf.' liinen .i.i.l ....h..
tS3S2 convenience, to let; and Fur.
nituru for sale. Apply 011 the premises
at No. 187 Nuuanu Street- 010 tf
ItOOMN TO JiKT,
SEVKKAL NEATLY FUllNlSHEl)
ltooms to rent, for gcntlcmau and
wife, or gentlemen, on the S. W. corner
of Mercliant and Alnkca stieels. Apply
on the premises. 033 lw
M"2 : - -"lis'
LOVE'S NEW BAKERY !
A,l KS. LOVL dishes to Intlninlc to
JLl.l hrr mimi'mui old citMomrrf and
the public generally, that her bakery,
Mas been rcsloied In handsome. ui.
stMiitlid and coiivuihnl form, Stic U
lliiii'foiv picparcd to Mipply the largest
Plain and Fancy Broad
of the best quality, mid innutifaetuied
by the nio'Jt nppnivi d niollioiU.
Everything in the lino of a flr.t.i'hiM
bakery will be carried on with greater
facility than before the lire.
The Lunch & Coffee Room
is nlso rcsloied in mere elegant stylo
than ever, and nt rntca that cannot be
underbill by any restaurant.
Brick Building, 73 Nuuanu, Street.
Honolulu, Dec. 12, 1SSI. 8U2
DUK 11. F. Kllliinta & CO. must
be paid bcfoie February 1st, or
they will bo placed In the hands of
a collector, and payment enforced.
For tliu Assignees of B. F. Killers
II. W. SCHMIDT.
Honolulu, January ICtli, ISSj.
WERNER & GO.
Have on hand NcwFoicIgn and Homo
Watchos, Bracelets, Nocklcts,
Pins, Lockets, Clocks,
And Ornaments of all kinds.
Silver and Gold Plate.
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Sets
Suitable for Ficfcntalion.
Kiicrnvln mill .Vutlvc .lew lry
ltcpairing in all its brandies.
tSTSolo Agents for King's Eye Preservers.
c. j. McCarthy,
OF TI1K ASTOK 110 USH
70 Hotel Street.
lla-j just received, pur Alameda, the fob
lowing choice brands ol
American Cigars !
Jicauty's IJower, Henry Clay,
Simpler, Stuil.Ciaiie, Western iictle
l.a liclle California Las Is'iiifus,
Full Moon. Snow Drop,
Ztf" These Cigars arc manufactured
from tliu choicest, of American and lla
C01110 iiml try llicm I
ol I'orl nml Hold HIh.
J. F. BS.OWN,
Spnhil allciitioii glvin to Surveying
' in Honolulu anil vicinity.
ltieoids searched, and plans pliowing
titles carefully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Block, Fort St.
POS ! POI !
Families and otlicis in want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain tliu same in quantities to
suit by Joining ordeis mid ton.
E IS. OAT,
At Puclflo Naigatlon Co.'s Building,
6C1 Queen utiect. tf
MR. W, C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over Bishop & Co.'u
Bank, and will be happy lo attend
to any business entrusted to hi caie.
lacneale & Urlmn Safes !
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 18S3.
O. O. liEHOF.ll, Ksj.,
Agent Mncncnlo & Urban Snfci.
It Is with grout plwuui'o thai
1 add iny testimony to the Flrc-Proof
qualities of your Safes.
I hnd amnll single d or Mnoifonlo tV:
Uib.inSufo In laRt nlRht's teniblollie,
and, on npeiiliig llm miniu thin morning,
found Its contents. eonsioting of hooks,
paporo, mid money to tin; amount of
SIOJO-IN lT.UFF.CP CONDITION.
1 11111 so well satlsiled with tlm result
Hint I want another Xo. 0 Safe at once
Oi:0. )l. ItAUl'F,
0-( Ocrmauia Market.
w. c. ruAfocK
Freeth & Peacock,
21i TViiuuiiu Street.
1ION01.ULC, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFfiH FOlS SALH
At iha I.otvosit Xai'Uot Kales
(Ico Goulet Champagne, pints .t ipiarls.
ChasFarie " " "
Carlton Freio " " '
Fine Old California llrandy, in bulk,
Fure Virginia While llyo Wliiskey,
IJudweiscr Lager ISccr, pints and quarts
A largo and well selected stock or
Ac., .fcc, &c,
Always on hand and tor ssile nt prices
that defy competition. Countiy orders
solicited. All goods guaiiintcul.
F. O. Ilnx aC0.
rrMIE Undcisigned Fiopiielor of tliu
PIONEER mk CANDY FACTO
desiies toinfoim hio pal tons and tliu pub
lie geneiallv that iiotuillistauiling thu
recent DISASTROUS FII5K, liastrecteil
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On n much more Extensive Scale whicli
is now in Fui.i. Oii:u.viiok, ami which
will be iu complete working onler by an
Karly Arrival of new Machinery and
Tools; and is now again prepated ',to
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
nnd will always havo on hand ids deli.
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CRKAMS,
RICH NUQ AT IN BARS,
SUGAR ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDILS of great vaikty )T-r
Gum, Drops, and Gum Emit
Of all ilc-.cii!tions. All iIiom' Iloiiii'
Made Fiesh :ni(i I'm i' Confections, 1 sell
at CO cents l'HIt FOUNIj.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of llie Finest Flavor, in all sixo-t nKviiy
li haml ami ormiiiiuuled in the
most artistic ,-tyle.
TMCHV03EQ PES !
always fresh, as also
Homo Mado Mince Meat
for sale at CO rents per pound.
Will receive per CoiiMioln the balance
of my new maelitiieiy of thu nuwest do.
signs formaiilifiicliiring alt descriptions
ol plain Candies; ihiinkiug tliu public
for previous litieial pationagu mid so
liciting a coutiiiuaucu ofsainc.
Very respectfully, $
Practical Confectioner and Fasfy Conk.
illi; oi.iibTAKU. 71 Hotel Rticet
F. O. Box No. 7C;. . . ..Telephone No. 71
LAENE & CO.
Havo a Largo Stock of tlm
VERY BEST HAY;
Which is offered nt Lowest Market Prices
Dolivorod'Frcotoany part of tho City
Pacific Mutual Life Insuranco Co.
Agents for tho Hooter Tolcplionc.
Commissionorof Deods for California
Telephone No. U7. 700
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