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MONDAY, FBH. !, 188').
Stmr KlIuiR'fi Hon from Wlmlwiitd 1'oiN
Fobs- , ,
Stuir CHv of ToKlo from Yokoliain:i
Stuir I walnut from llainakua
Smir W G Hall from Wlndwaid Polls
Ger Ilk Moleor from Itromoii
Sclir Nettle Mel rill from l.aliatnu
Sclir Ltholllm fiom Walmcn
Sehr Wnlehu from Kolo.i
Sclir Wnloll fiom Mullko
Sclir Sarah & F.llza liom Koolau
S S Mariposa from Sin FranrNeo
Sclir l.cnlil from Kouliiu
Sclir Emma from Koolau
Stmr Llkellko for Knliuliit
Stmr Lclnm for Windward Foils
Sclir Manuokawnl for Koolau
Sclir l'oholkl for Hanalcl
Sclir llalubow for Koolau
. Sclir llalcakala for Pepcekco
S S City of ToMo for San FrancUro
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Klnau for Wlnilwanl Toils
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Sclir Nettie Merrill for Lahalna
Sclir Wnloll for Hanalcl
Sclir S.uali & Llba for Koolau
Sclir Leahl for Koliolalclc
VESSELS IN PORT.
Uk Dacca, l'diy
Ilk lcper, Ilydcr
Fr gun-boat Korguclen. Fournier
Sclir Norway, Paul
Stmr Mariposa, Haywaul
(Sr Ilk Meteor, Cason
lilt Forest Queen, Xcilson
Solir Koallna, Robertson.
From Yokohama, per City of Toklo,
Feb 8 It W Irwin, wife, '2 childicn ami
2 servants, M Nukamtira, wife and child,
N Onaka, .1 A Cummln, M Kaiuloil, M
Iokl, Gen T li Van Iturcii, ICNaknyaina.
O Xakayama, Wang Kuai, S Sllifti, 31
Kntsu, 018 Japanese emigrants, and L'G
passengers in transit.
From Windward Ports, per W G Hall,
Feb 8 W II Cornwall, S Selig, Silas
Alden, W M Stccs, MNs M A Stees, Jfis
S II Pai.-ons, Mrs J W Lulling, Miss A
Tin ton, II Center, Judge- Hoapili, M
Lcanas and wife, Mrs M Smith, C B
Cockett, 1) S Horner, 31 G Corea and 51
Fiom Ilauiukua, per Iwalanl, Feb S
3lls.s E Peterson and 13 deck.
From San Francisco, per Mariposa,
Fob 0 II It HollUtcr, 1) N Johnson, It
C Wnslibuin ami wife, Father Young,
Father Mocller, F AVundenbiirg, S F
Whltchousc, A F Smith, J Johnson, W
F Reynolds, C A Field, F Gllliland, Mrs
A 31 MeHU, E 31 Preston, wife and son,
3Irs 3Iorgan and child, 31 L 3farsh, A
Lidgalc aiid wife, J Eliidwell, H Jones,
WMSoiibncrand wife, II P Ralph, J
T Sprcight and wife, A Davis, 3lrs E
Parr and child, Geo Roiuncy, 31iss L
Trezisc, Peter Smith, 3Irs Smith, 3lrs R
S Rush, 3Irs A E Spaiilding, S Lewis, F
A Newell, G 31 Horton, C C Harding,
Miss AMFioscott, Sir K W Cnniniliig,
A M Tcrseliemacher, F de Blllier, Jas
Dowllng, A Prigge, wife and 3 children,
J Jorgenson, 31rs Jackson and won, L
Longllcld, 3, Edwards, A Larsen, L
Welch, Fred Caison, C SohulU, A R
Daniels, P Hosier, W Sliiillne, C E
3rooie, J 3Iacdcr, A Lyons, J 'Wilson,
Geo. Wiight and 72 Chinese.
Sclir AValoli brought 750 bags sugar.
Sclir Fninia biotight 380 bags of sugar
and 7 calves.
Stmr Kilauca IIo'u hi ought 4,215 bags
Stairs W G Hall, Iwalanl and Kil.iuea
Hon sail on Wednesday next.
Stmr W G Hall brought 3,30-' bags of
sugar, -10 b'igs of coffee, RH bags of
awa, 1S7 hides, 10 horses, 15 calves and
1 1 hosts.
Stmr Iwalanl brought 7,021 bags of
fugar. She had bad weather at Ivukui
haclc, on Thursday, one boat smashed
and sailor hurt about the neck.
Sclir Nettle 3Icrnll brought 1,300 bag
Sclir Waichu brought 800 bags of rice.
Sho lost an anchor during a blow
atllanapcpe. She will be hove down
to be cleaned.
The S S City of Toklo arrived yester
day A si, 124 days from Yokohama. She
brings U18 Japanese immigrants, (S82
men, 1G1 women and 102 children. She
aiichoied outside. Lauded the immi
grants yesterday. Had no deaths or
Eickness dining the voyage. She sailed
tins x- m for S. F.
The Eva was loading for this port
when the 31aiIposa left.
Sclir Jos Russ left Eureka Jan Ulst
for this port.
Baik U O Whltmore left PoitBlakoley,
Jan 30th for tills port.
The ship 3Ieliose and bktne 3fary
Wlnklemaii left San Frannlsco, Jan 31st
for this port.
Tho S S 3Iarlposu sailed from San
Francisco, Feb 2nd, at 3 i- m. Had light
Southcilv and Westerly winds entire
passage, Feb 4, 12.10 l M hit 31.15 N
long 132.50 W, passed bgtne Clans
Spreckcls, Capt Drew. From San Fran
cisco to Honolulu C days 21 hours.
Capt Xcilson, of the bark Forest
Queen, which arrhedon Saturday, re
ports that when 2 days out fiom Sail
Francisco and about 300 miles from
thcie, ho sighted a vessel on lire. A
fair wind was blowing then, and the
Forest Queen ventuiei) within a mile of
the burning ship and hovo to. A boat
was loweied and no onu was onboard
and all movable fixtures weie gone. Her
side lights weie burning, which showed
that the essel was abandoned only a
few liour.s pievious to her being sighted
by the Foiest Queen. The abandoned
vessel pi oved to bo the Cow den Law
an lion bail; of about 1,800 tons leglbtcr'
and on her llrsl vojagu. She Is supposed
to 1)0 from Newcastle with coal for San
Fianclseo. When the crew of tho
Forest Queen boarded the Cow den Law
tho lire, which appeared to hao oiigln.
Hied forward, was fast going aft, and
Capt Ncllson had only a short tlmo to
mho the few things that were there.
Sho was last been liom the Forest Queen
at 10 o'clock that night and was them
one mass of llamcs. It Is thought she
would not lloat long, as tho weather
become rough afterwards. F'rom tho
following In a S Fianclseo paper of tho
2nd Inst, It appears the news reached
theiellrst: Tho tug Wizard and tho
steamer Bonlta me cruUiug In search of
tho burning htp Cmntcti I .aw, lint no
new ha;, ni yet, been heaid fiom llieiu. ,
IHWIlllUWIIIBIllWWMf lll 111. Wll !!. .Ill ,niin
InlliUOlty, IVb.fi, the wife of Geo.
Jolitixoti, a oti.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Si'.vkstt two Chinese nnivoil by
- .o-. -
David lCuniuiopili ilieil at Lalminn
on Saturday last.
Hank Conceit at Ktiima Square
this evening nt7:i!0 o'clock'.
Onicun Felhhchr lias conic out
in :i brand new SJ15 suit of clothes.
Sin Kenneth Gumming of Scot
land is registered at the Hawaiian
l'uitsr.u Guard of Urn Mariposa
lias our thanks for a late file of San
This morning Mr. W. U. Cnstle
Hied the exceptions to tiie verdict in
the Bridges case.
Tiiuitn is nothing so refreshing as
Mailc Cologne, prepared solely by
Benson, Smith & Co.
Mit. J. Nakamura, who is appoint
ed Japanese Consul for the Islands,
arrived by the City of Tokio.
Wi: would suggest a band concert
at the Immigration Depot for the
bcnelit of the Japanese.
A sox of tho Hon. John Cum
mins arrived by the City of Tokio
yesterday from Yokohama.
! m i .
II. It. II. Princess Liliuokalani
leaves this afternoon for liana, Maui,
where she will be the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Unna.
Tulm: will be a special meeting
of Royal Arch Chapter this evening
at 7:30 o'clock. M. K. Degree.
Ik the Police Court this morning,
a nolle jnoscqui was entered in the
case of J. "W. Liming charged with
LiiTTKiis upon, "A Trained Po
lice," and "The Laud Question,"
together with interesting selections,
appear on the last page.
Consul R. W. Irwin, of Tokio,
accompanied by his wife and two
children, arrived by the City of
Gi:xi:nAT. Van Buren, U. S. Con
sul at Yokohama, was a passenger
by the City of Tokio yesterday.
He comes here for the benefit of his
Ykstkiiday morning a native
woman named Kahikinuia, while
going home from church, suddenly
dropped dead at the corner of
Richard and Queen streets.
A .MrxTisu of Pacific Hose Co.
No. 1 will be held this evening on
business connected with the annual
parade. All members arc urgently
requested to attend.
DuiiiNO the past week Scnhor
visited the plantations at Lahaina
and Olowalu, Maui, and found
everything going along satisfactori
ly among his people there.
This morning at the Waianae
Company plantation, the other side
of this island, a splendid flow of
water has been obtained after bor
ing down a distance of 1000 feel.
Lewis & Co. have received by the
Mariposa on ice oysters in tin and
shells, quail, red cabbage, cauli
flower, salmon and flounders. Also,
a fine lot of table apples in boxes.
Exi'ituss drivers No. 77 and 72
were racing nlong Kukui street last
evening about 10 minutes past seven
o'clock, and nearly ran over several
people on their way to church. Such
law breakers have no business with
The S. S. Mariposa arrived at
noon, (i'days 21 hours from San
Francisco. Amongst her passengers
we notice: II. R. Hollister, Mrs. A.
M. Mollis, F. AVundenbnrg, and
about twenty-fivo tourists from Mas
sachusetts. O.si: of the drivers in the employ
of the "Woodlawn Dairy Co. should
bo a little inoro careful in the way
he turns corners. Yesterday after
noon he tinned the corner of Berc
tania and Nuuanti at a very rapid
pace, tand came within a hair breadth
of running into a private carriage.
A C.amiuiti; shawl is ntfvurttaoil
Hit. Uiban is tho new doctor on
board tho S. S. Mariposa.
Tin: Mariposa brings news of nu
improved condition in the sugar
Tin: British bmk ,1ns. (5. Bain
sailed from San Pedro January 2llh
Tin: biig Glaus Spreckcls left Sim
Francisco, January 2t)tli, for tills
port willi a cargo valued nt $0,778.
Tin: bknlo Mary Winkleman is
nine days out to-day from S. F. for
this port, with a cargo valued at
Tin: steam lug Alert, Capt. Crom
well, left San Francisco for this port,
Sunday, January 2,"ith. She is
fifteen days out to-day.
Gr.x. T. B. Van Buren will deliver
a lecture on Thursday evening at the
Y. M. C. A. Hall for the bcnelit of
tho Library Association.
Tin: annual meeting of the mem
bers of the Sailors' Home Society and
of the board of trustees of the same
will be held at the homo on Thursday
at 10.30 a. st.
Tut: San Francisco Bulletin of Jan.
31st contains nearly three columns in
fine type, showing the benefits of the
Hawaiian Treaty to the trade of the
Svtukday evening, the Royal Ha
waiian Band serenaded Mr. A. Unna,
Consul for Denmark, and Mrs.
Unna, who arc visiting at the resi
dence of the Swedish Consul, Mr.
II. "W. Schmidt.
At St. Andrews Cathedral last
evening, before closing his sermon,
the Rev. George "Wallace feelingly
alluded to the death of Father Da
mon, and paid a fitting tribute to
one who was a good man, full of the
Holy Ghost, and whose labors
brought foith much good fruit.
Tun Pacific Hardware Co. having
accepted a Charter of Incorporation,
have elected the following officers
for the ensuing year: President
and Manager, B. F. Dillingham ;
Treasurer and Secretary, Jas. G.
Spencer; Auditor, Col. W. F. Allen ;
Directors, Jas. G. Spencer and K.
The City of Tokio was to have
sailed at 11:30 o'clock, but at the
request of the Postmaster General,
Commander Maury delayed hor sail
ing until 2 o'clock. This gave time to
correspondents to anwer their letters.
Our Postmaster lias the greatest
consideration for the public, and if
there is any way of benefiting them
lie will do it.
Tin: S. F. Chronicle of Feb. 2v
says, "As the new iron tug llelicf
was fastening a hawser to the biig
.. D. Sprtcklcs, while outside the
bar last Saturday, she struck the
brig on the poit side, crushing in
several planks. As the water was
rushing into the vessel at every sea,
canvas was nailed over the hole,
and the cargo of sugar was prevent
ed from being damaged.
Mit. J. AV. IIixc.t.r.Y, so well known
as the late proprietor of the Pioneer
Cigar Manufactory, has opened a
store at 81 King street, wheic he
will bo glad to see all his old patrons
and new ones too. He keeps a large
assortment of genuino imported
Havana and Manila cigars, and
different brands of the finest domes
tic cigars. Smokers will find cigar
ettes, tobacco and every requisite.
Tin: Amjltcun Church Chronicle
for February is out promptly on
time, and is a most excellent num
ber. The leading articles aie very
sound and to the point. " The
church not a club" should bo lead
carefully by every one., A fitting
tribute is paid to tho departed Mis.
Lowell Smith. Foreign church news
i3 given as usual, though we fail to
see nny mention of the death of the
Bishop of London. In the educa
tional department wo notice with
pleasure that a manual is to be com
piled, for the teaching of morals to
the scholars in our schools. Mr.
Townscnd contributes a well-written
article on, "Topics for the Timed."
Wo congratulate tho editors on their
fuf)i'f Hf,fjhwiVt , f n(f jT1. .fwlrf
LATE3T FOnEICN NEWS. !
A doepnteh from Urnettil Wolso- i
ioy, dated Korli, Feb. It, nay )
Gun. Knrlo hail ndvnncrd hl troops
to within seven miles ofBiitl, but
could nut attack Hint place until the
3rd, owing to the dilllctilty of navi
gating the river. JMrli is a village
on the Nile, approachable only by
tinnow passes through rugged hills.
Native accounts pay there are 1 -1,300
rebels there, armed with tilles.
Another despatch of the same dale
reports Gen. Colvillc's arrival, with
three hundred of the Mudir of Don
gola's troops, opposite Biili. The
British captured Mclcmneh and sent
steamers to Khartoum with tioops
and stores for tho garrison there.
A rcconnaisancc was made by the
British in force from Suakim to
Kashccn. seven miles west, where
several thousand rebels arc posted.
It was thought the rebels suffered
heavily from shells in the leconimis
ancc. Twenty-six suivivors of the
massacre of General Stewart's parly,
wrecked on the Nile in one of Gor
don's steamers, mo rcpoitcd to bo
at Berber. They aic Syrians and
Heavy and hot lighting oceiurcd
from the 17th to the 19th Jan., be
tween the British forces and the
rebels, on the west bank of the Nile
nearly opposite Shcndy. General
Stewait's forces were about one to
five to the rebels. The Jailor's loss
is given at 3,000 and the British at
less than 300. On the 17th Capt.
Burnaby, the hero of a famous ride
in the Afghanistan trouble, was
killed. Gen. Stewart was severely
wounded on the 19th, the wound
being said to bear a close resemb
lance to that which caused General
Garfield's death, the only diffeiencc
being that the bullet entered in
front in Stewait's case. The Hon.
John A. Cameron and llcibert,
newspaper correspondents, were
killed on the field.
Tho Senate on Jan. 2Ulh, by a
vote of 33 yeas to 22 nays, refused
to ratify the Nicaragua Canal
Treaty. The House on the same
day, by M7 to 101, refused to con
sider the bill to carry into effect the
treaty with Mexico.
A FINE HLACK HOltSi:, 7 years
old. sound, kind and safofora lady
to drive. Good loadster. bold for
v.antof u-e. Apply to
F. S. GUAIIA3I i: CO.,
!IJS lw 82 Kingsticct.
ASH UATION, by a German, to do
stabling, g.iulciilug, or geneial
out-door uoik. Applyat the olllce of .1.
E. wi&eman. u::n lw
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M&I I Ehfi
"OWVING ENLARGED THESE
Central & Commodious Stables
we aio prepared to furnish llrt-oliisa
turnout? with genllo hore, with or
without diivcis, A line wagonute in
lEackH nt ail ifoiirN.,
day ami night. Horses taken to board
b3' day, week, or month, on reasonable
terms, ftuldlo hotsca to let.
IlovsiiS Unufzlit. suul Sold,
A JSiiggagu Wagon dellveis to all
paits of the city. Furniture moving
C. W.MACrAltL.VNE, I ,.
E. II. JULES. fl'0s
0J9 :im CST'-t'clcplioiio .No. U2.
IDKUS to Inform his luimorotis cukIo.
J uiei-rf iiml tlioimblh) Unit lie is
READY AGAIN FOR BUSINESS
In the More
JEXotel r Wtvoct.
LOVE'S NEW BAKERY !
, IIS. LOVK deilrPH to hillmnte to
J.tJ hoi mmirrm old culoiners and
the public generally, that her bakory,
l.iM(ro,vM l.V ITIr,
Has been testoted In linud'oino. ub
slnntlal and convenient form, Shu Is
tlietcfoie pri pared to tipply the largest
Plain aiu! Fancy Broad
of the b'sl quality, and manufactured
by the most approwd uiethmK
Kveiytlilu'' in the Hue of a lltst.elaes
bakery will lie carried on with greater
facility thin licfoie the Hie.
The Lunch & Coffee Room
is also irslored in inoro elegant stjlo
than ever, and at rates that cannot be
underbid by any rcsliiuunt.
Brick Building, 73 Nuuanu Street.
Honolulu, Dei'.IJ, ISSl. 801!
HUM H. F. EHLLliS k CO. must
le paid hefoio Fohitniy 1M, or
they will be placed In the hands of
a collector, and payment enforced.
For the Assignees of 15. F. Khlcrs
II. W. SCHMIDT.
Honolulu, Jauuaiy lfitli, 1S35.
WENHER & CO.
i)i J'OltT NTItr.I'.T,
Have on hand Xew Foielgn ami Home
Watches, Bracelots, Necklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clocks,
And OrnimenU of nil kinds.
Silver and Gold Plate.
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Sets
Suitable for Presentation.
Hum-mini; mid Xutlie Jew Iry
ltcpairiiig in all its branches,
ESSolo Agents for King's Ec Preservers.
G. J. &8cCARY,
ok Tim astoh nousi:
7G Hotel Street.
Ila-. juTt received, per Alameda, the fol
lowing choice brands ol
American Cigars !
r.cauu'' llower, Henry Clay,
Simpler, Stud. Cinne,VeMoin lielle
La Ilellc California Las Ninfus,
Full .Moon, Snow Diop,
tfl' These Cigars aro manufactured
fiom the choicest of Ameiican and Ha
Come :ml ivy f hem I
I. S. TREGLOAN,
Comer ol I'ort mitt Hotel him.
J. F. BEOWN,
Special attention giun to Suiveying
in Honolulu mill vicinity.
litem ds searched, and plan,- showing
titles caiofully prepared.
Office, Room Mo. 5, upstairs
Campbell's llloak, Fort St.
Finn lii-t mid olheis in want of Good,
Machine Rflnde Poi,
Can obtain the i-amu in ipiantitii-4 to
Mill liy lo.iiug orderh and con.
V. IS. OV.1
At IMoillo Navigation Co.'b lluilding,
fiCI Queen street. tf
RflR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over Ilbhop & Co.'s
Hank, find will bo happy to attend
to any business entrusted to his cure.
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 1SS."5.
C. O. HUHUKH, Eo,.,
Agent Mncncnle it Urban Safes.
It U with great pleasures that
1 add my teMlmnny to Ihc Flrol'roof
( qualities of your Safes.
I had a small slnglo door .Mncncnle &
UibmSafe In last nluht's terrible (lie,
and, on opening the Mime this morning,
found lis content?. consisting of books,
papeic, nud money to the amount of
$1010 IX l'RHFHCT CONDITION.
1 nm h well "ati'lled with the result
that 1 want another No. 11 Safe at onro
GEO. 31. ItAUTF,
'JiO Germania Jtnikct.
w. c. l'i'AiocK
Freeth & Peacock,
tilt IVimaini Sticof.
HONOLULU, It. I.
WINE 6c SPIRIT
OFFEU FOll SALE
At the liOMcsl Iiu-Lot ItntvK
Geo Gimlet Champagne, pints oc ipiarts.
ChasFniio " " '
Carlton Ficre " " "
Fine Old Cnlifoinia liiaudy, in bulk,
Pure Virginia While Itye Whiskey,
Hudwci'er Lager llecr, pints and quarts
A huge and well selected stock of
&.C., &.C., &,
Always on hand and for 'ale nt prices
Unit Jefy competition. Country ordcis
bolieiteil. All goods guniAiitci-if.
Telephone 40. P.O. I!o SCO
rpHE Undcis-Igiidl I'ropiielor of the
H0H1ER SZEAK CAM FACTORY
iIcmics to inform hiipalioiis and the pub
lie geiu-ially that notwithbtamliiig llio
recent MSASTHOUS PI HE, ha-, elected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a much more Evtcn-Jve Scale which
is now in Fui.i. OrnuAiio.v, nud which
w ill be hi complete working older by an
Eirly Arrival of new Machinery and
Tools; and is now again picpnicd Jo
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
and will always have on hand Ills deli
cious l-resli .Made
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CREAMS,
RICH NUOAT IN UAKS,
SUGAR ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of great vai icty ovr
Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit
Of all descriptions. All those Home
Made Fiesh and J'ureCoufections, If ell
at CO cents FEU I'OUN'D.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of tho Finest Flavor, in ail siis always
on hand ami ornamented in (In
most artistic style.
always fresh, as also
Home Made Mince Meat
for sale nt GO cents per pound.
Will u-celvo perConsuelo the balancu
of my new machinery of the newest de.
signs for manufiu Hiring all descriptions
of plain Caudles; thanking tho public
for previous libeial patronage and i-n.
Hulling a continuance of same.
F. II Oil X,
Practical Confectioner and l'asfy Cook,
llir. oi.l) srAKi). 71 Hotel stiei-l
P. O. Iloi; No. 75; Telephone lio. 71
LAigE & CO.
Have a Largo Flock of tho
YEBY BEST HAY.
Which is nd'ercd at Low et Murket Prices
Dolivcred Free lo any part of llio Cily
AGENTS FOS THE
Pacific Mutual Life Iusuranco Co.
Agents for the Hoover Telephone.
Commissionerof Deeds for California
Telephone Xo. 147. 700
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