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MONDAY, FISH. 2,188fi.
Ktmr Planter from Knuul
Stmr .Ins Mukco from Kanal
Schr Kiuniii from Koolati
Schr Khukal from Wiilnlun
S S Alameda from Snti Francisco
8 S Australia Horn San Francisco
Schr Wnlehu from Kolon
M S Australia for Australia
Schr Luka for Koholalelu
Stmr Llkcllkc for Kahulul
Stmt- W G Hall for Windward Port
Stmr C It Bishop for Walanae & Kauni
Schr Alalia for llonomu
Selm Munuokawal for Koolati
Schr Waloli for Mallko
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bgtno Clans Srcckcls for S V
Stmr Klnnu for AVlndwaid Ports
Stmr Kllauca Hon for Windward Port
Stniv Jas Makco for Wulniino & Kauai
Stmr Planter for Kauat
Stmrlwalanl for Hamakua
Schr Alalolo for Laupahochoe
Schr Kamol for Laupahochoe
Schr Ehukul for Walalua
Sdhr AVnlmani for Papnikou
Schr Emma for Olowaln
Schr Wniclm for IColoa
VESSELS IN PORT.
Gr Bk Meteor, Casscn
Bk Forest Quucn, Ncllson
Itktnc Amelia, Ncwhall
Bgtue Chius Spreckels, Drew
Bktno Mary Wlukleman, Backus
Bk Ceylon, Balstow
S S Alameda, Morsu
Prom Kauai per Planter, Feb 22nd
S W Wilcox, 0 Scholtz, Mrs A S Wil
cox and servant, Geo Mundon, Miss
Rose Moltcuo, Miss Mary Frcdcnbcrg,
L Tltcomb, E Kruso, Mrs G II Dole and
:$ children, Mrs II Rienienschucldcr, K
AV Austin, Scnhor A, dc Souza Canavarro,
F Stewart and 28 deck.
From San Francisco per SS Alameda,
Feb 23rd W Y Horner, C II Leoliniaun,
C W Booth, S Colin, F M Green and
wife, Capt W J Shocklcy, O E Thaxtcr,
AVm Maeombcr, D B Adams, Capt B
Kclley, Geo Woods, C Livingston, Mrs
E Wiuthrop. Mrs C King and daughter,
II S Davidson, J D Brown, Mrs Hewitt,
J Shcclcy, H K Belden, R J Crelghton,
L M Mather, G Armstrong, J B Niehols,
G F Smith, E C Macfarlano, Frank Co
wan, A Henkee, A M Ripley, A Small,
B Mchnu, F Lewan. AVm Miller, J Le
nahan, AV Mcndes, T AVilson, C Sahler,
John Eden and 15 steerage.
From Kauai per .fas Makce, Feb 22nd
Mr Tliomas and Capt Spaulding.
The AV G Irwin arrived at San Fran
cisco Feb 8th, the Ella on the 11th, and
the Caibarien on the 15th.
The Ida Schnauer sailed from San
Francisco Feb 8th for Kahulni, the Ha
zard ou the 17th for Hilo, and the J D
Spreckels and Eureka for lids port on
the 11th and 14th respectively.
Stmr Planter brought 4,032 bags of
sugar, 12 bags of salt, 10 bags of pota
toes, 13 green hides, 1 cow and 3 pigs.
The S S Alameda sailed from San
Francisco Feb ICth, at 3:12 p in, for
Honolulu -with 40 passcugers aud 1,000
tons of cargo. At 0:12 that evening,
passed the S S Australia, having gained
six miles in three hours. Had SV and
NE winds with smooth sea. Arrived off
Honolulu harbor Feb 23rd, at 1 :20 a m.
Time, C days, 12 hours arid 39 minutes.
Schr AVaichu brought 000 bags of
sugar and 100 bags of rice.
Schr Ehukal brought 3G4 bags of
bchr Emma brought CI4 bags of
The bgtne AV G Irwin made her last
trip from this port to San'Franeiseo in
11 days, and the Caibarien in 18 day.s.
They left here on the same day.
The Forest Queen received the; sugar
brought by the Planter this morning.
Stmr .Tas Makee brought 1,051 bags
of sugar. She tails to-morrow at 5 p 111.
The new slx-oarcd race boat that ar
rived by the Alameda to-day for the
Honolulu Yacht & Boat Club, was built
by Thos. Jones, of Victoria, B. C, and
weighs 175 lbs.
The S S Australia brought 00 Chinese
passengers for this place. The sails this
evening at 4:30 o'clock.
IDIMOND'S LATEST CIRCULAR.
Our last circular was dated Feb. 2nd
per bteanier Mariposa.
Sua ak: Since our last respects the
California Refinery has reduced Its prices
cents lb. ou the entire list, making
ft M cents net cafah. Mall advices from
the East repoit tho market as dull, with
slight reductions from prices quoted hi
our last, but late telegrams noto a
steadier fcclhig in consequence of more
encouraglngadviccsfrom Europe, where
tho beet market has developed a hard
ening tendency, owing doubtless to the
determination of growers, in Germany,
Austria and France to reduce tho seed
ing this year by at least 23 percent.
Stocks of Suoau in tho provincial
ports of the world are computed to be
200,000 tons la excess of those of last
Pmcr.8 : No change In Manila basis
which lemalns at 4.i)'J for U percent.
New York, Feb. 13th, Cuba centri
fugals 00 percent a. cents. London,
Feb. 12th. beet 1 1 s. U d. llrm.
Rick: Since our last advices the
market has advanced and Is now Arm at
G)i cents CO days. 2000 bags have
changed.hands recently at I. cents & OjfJ
Ficc sales have been made to the
Hi . F I . - Ii
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS. .
A small cash boy wanted, inquire
this olRcc. 950 3t
Hakmonv Lodge meets Una even
ing at 7 :30 o'clock.
Mn. James Campbell received a
Shetland stallion pony by the Ala
meda. The Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping
classes meet this evening at 6:30
and 7 :3Q o'clock.
k nnu i :ov o ciock. iiic race. obo lm baives a l,o,, jiuu-j du.-i.-i. . niaw e. kaalua. rciepuono o, 147. lw .a- m
An experienced mine wnnts v I
Charles AVllllntnt lias boon ad
judged n bankrupt.
Tin: Htltish Imrk Hlrmali left
Greenock February 2nd for tills port.
l)it. Dninrosch, mi eminent inimical
director of New Yoik, died there
Lyons & Levey will sell to-morrow
at noon, GO bags of prime California
To- sioiinovv' is St. Matthias' Day.
Special services will be held in St.
Tin: Royal Hawaiian Band will
pivo moonlight concerts to-morrow
and Thursday tcvenings.
Comi: and see our new oil paint
ings and chromos, just received, at
King Bros.' Art Store. IMG at
Avi:ur & Palmer have got 11 very
desirable residence in Nuuanu Val
ley for rent or lease. It has eight
rooms and every accommodation.
m m ii
AVi: return our thanks to Purser
Sutton of the Alameda for a late
file of papers, and also to the Postmaster-General
for news favors.
Tun . IP. Chronicle of the 12th
Bays : ' George AV. Spaulding,
formerly Atterncy-Gcneral of the
Hawaiian Islands, died in Sacra
mento on Monday."
Those desirous of taking a course
of piano lessons, should' make appli
cation to thatcxcellent piano teacher,
Mr. Geo. L. Babcock, whose resi
dence is No. 13 Emma street.
The annual meeting of the share
holders of the Hawaiian Carriage
Manufacturing Co. will be held on
Saturday next, at 10 o'clock at their
oflice, No. 70 Queen street.
TnE brigantine J. D. Spreckels
left San Francisco, Feb. 11th, for
this port, with a cargo valued at
S5,G59. She has 10G hogs and 2
cows on board.
Announcement was .made yester
day in St. Andrews Cathedral that
Bishop AVillis will administer the
rite of confirmation in that church
on AVhit Sunday.
The steamer San Pablo, so long
overdue at Yokohama, is safe. She
arrived there February 5th. It
appears she ran short of coal, and
that about 810,000 worth of her
cargo had to be used as fuel in order
to get the ship into port.
The S. S. Alameda arrived this
morning at 2 o'clock, G days, 12
hours from San Francisco. She left
San Francisco forty minutes after
the P. M. S. S. Australia, but passed
her off the Farolloncs. The Ala
meda brings a good passenger and
Senhoh Canavarro, Portuguese
Commissioner, returned yesterday
from a visit to Kauai. AVhilc there
he inspected the plantations at Li
hue, Hanamaulu, Kapaa and Kcalia,
finding his people well satisfied, par
ticularly at tho two former places.
Between Saturday evening and
Sunday morning some miscreants
broke into the vestry of the Fort
Street Church, ajid carried off the
contents of: a little toy bank, used
by tho Superintendent of the Sunday
School for receiving contributions.
There was no money in at the time.
Yestekuay being the anniversary
of George AVashington's birthday,
the Royal Hawaiian Band played
from 8:30 to 9:30 a. m. at the res
idence of His Ex. R. M. Daggett,
U. S. Minister resident. The prog
ramme consisted principally of Am
erican national music. All the Con
sular flags were flying and consider
able bunting was displayed in port.
Lewis & Co. received by tho
Alameda, on ice, salmon, shad,
flounders, cauliflower, quail, celery,
oysters in tin and shell. Also, red
cabbage, horse radish root, salt
water cucumbers, Dutch sausages,
cream and Swiss cheese and apples.
Those who were disappointed last
time in not getttnj; horso radish or
red cabbago should call early.
In the sculling match at Sydney,
N. S. W., February 7th, between
Hanlnn and Clifford, Hanlan was
Victorious, coming in six lengths
ahead. Ho won much as ho pleased.
Both men were in cxcelleut condi
tion. An enormous crowd witnessed
Tnn P. M. S. S. Australia arrived
nl 1 o'clock. She lc.ivos again at -I.
!I0 for tdo Colonics.
Mils, and Miss Krug, tho wife and
daughter of one of California's fore
most wino growers, were among tho
Alameda's passengers. They come
to Honolulu for change and rest,
with the hope of Improving Miss
OKricr.it Melntens and four native
policemen made a raid on Chinese
gamblers on Nuuanu street last even
ing, arresting nine of them, who
were charged with violating tho
Sabbath. This morning they for
feited ball of S10 each, thus adding
$90 to tho Treasury.
1 O 1
Tins evening His Majesty the
King meets the members of the
Kaumakapili church for the purpose
of talking over the subject of a fair
to raise funds fpr the completion of
the church. Next Sunday morning
His Majesty will deliver an address
iu the church at 11 o'clock.
Mn. A. Frank Cooke received a
telegram by tho Alameda stating
that Mr. "William Lidgate, of Laupa
hoehoe, died at San Diego, Califor
nia, February 1 lth. His death was
not unexpected. The deceased's
wife and brother were with him at
Mn. "William Wilder, who return
ed from Kahulul on Saturday, saw
a most beautiful sight last Friday.
It was the top of Ilalcakala covered
with snow, and the day being very
clear, it was seen to perfection. He
also reports a. large amount of sugar
at that port awaiting shipment.
A new six-oared cedar racing
barge, 10 ft. long, fitted with sliding
seats and other improvements, ar
rived by the Alameda. It was pur-'
chased by some of the members of
the Honolulu Yacht and Boat Club
for club purposes, and is safely
housed in the boat house. Mr. J.
II. Seely, the late trainer for this
club, also arrived by the Alameda.
The house belong to Ah Kec, who
has a rice plantation at Ewa, was
burned to the ground Saturday
evening about 7 o'clock, Ah Kee
was having a feast at his house,
when flames of fire were seen in one
of the rooms, and the whole place
was destroyed before anything could
he done. The house was not in
sured. Officer Mchrtcns says he
saw the reflection from the fire while
Ybstekiuy afternoon, in Nuuanu
Valley, Ave young boys Charles
Sass, Henry Grubc, Claude Smith,
Bennie Whitney and Willie Bruns
gave an exhibition of hoodlumism.
A Chinaman was walking down, tho
road carrying three empty kerosene
cans, probably going to gather some
thing for his pigs. In passing him
these young boys kicked at his tins,
and commenced pelting at them after
he had passed, keeping it up for
full' five minutes. Not satisfied
with this two of them entered a
Chinaman's store and began annoy
ing the proprietor, but were remon
strated witli by a passer-b'. Such
young scamps as these, who carry
on such tricks on a Sunday, ought
to bo soundly thrashed antrlocked
up for a few days. It would teach
them to leave the poor Chinaman
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square this evening at 7 :30, in
honor of George Washington's birth
day. The following is the pro
Marching through Georgia Tramp,
Medley Ye Olden Times
Medley ltecollectlon of tho AArar
Hall Columbia Battle Cry of Freedom
Medley Pleasant Memories
StarSpaugled Banner. Hawaii Ponol.
A Vfliir.Ttnnmpfl HOTTAflR.
with cook houpc, and every
coneulcncc. to let: aud Fur-
uiture for pale. Apply on tho premises
at No. 187 Nuuanu Street. 1)10 tf
IDY nn experienced hlahlcmau, with
j best of references. Apply at Roe
Cottage, 125 Fort St. tl&O St
MAICF. FOlt mai,;.
AVERY FINE Imported MARE, of
Elmoro stock, kind and gentle, be.
twecn 4 und fi years, u good roadBter
eold for no fault; also, a top buggy,
nearlv now. Apply at this olilcn, or to
J. P.ilENDONOA. Pauoa Valley.
6 'A Til 1 A T"ATCJ
The Entire Stook of Mrs. W.
H. Wllkioion's Millinery Store
to lie closed out by the 24th
instant. The store is now opon
with tho choicest goods dis
played. BQT No reasonable
By order of Asiignecs.
A Chinaman by tho name of Seo
Chung attempted suicide Saturday
evening. It appears ho went to
work for someone in AVaialua, on
condition that he should marry his
employer's daughter. He worked
with a will for quite a time, then
ho popped the question but found
that the girl would not have any
thing to do with him. This upset
him and he came to Honolulu. He
was found near the first bridge in
Nuuanu Valley by a policeman,
with a cut in his throat about four
inches long, and the windpipe cut
half way through. Dr. McGrcvr
was called to him and sewed up the
wound, and he is now in tho hos
pital doing well.
In the Police Court this morning
judgment was given in the case of
R. Gerkc, charged with assault and
battery. His Houor said the evi
dence was very conflicting, so he
would give the defendant the bene
fit of the doubt. Gerkc was there
fore discharged. Kaoni, for assault,
and AVilliam 'and Ioane, for affray,
were fined $5 each. Four drunks
had to leave SG each.
Dns. Webb and Arning held a
post mortem examination at the
Leper Hospital last evening on tho
body of a leper named Koholo, who
died there yesterday. They made
a thorough examination of the body,
and found a fatty degeneration of
the heart and the kidneys very much
To find friends when we had no
need of them, and to want them
when we have, are both alike easy
A Small Lot of Extra Quality
In Half Barrels.
For Sale, in Bond or duly paid, by
M. S. GRINBAUM & Co.,
1 lm Queen Street,
Building: Lots for Sale.
SEVERAL building lots for salo or
rent tit Kapalama, near thcNIuhc
lcwal bridge, 011 the Ewa side of the
lane leading to Austln'8 estate, .basy
terms. Apply to W. C. ACHI,
Law ollico of W. R. Castle. 887 tf
"Key" Brand Gin
For Sale In quantities to suit.
Freeth & Peacock,
. Honolulu, ; : : : : 1 II. I.
ALL BILLS due, tho llrm of CHAS.
J. FISHEL must bo paid prior to
March 1st, otherwlte they will bo plao.
ed in the bauds of a r ollector with au
thority to enforco payments. Olllce at
Hymun Uros., Queeu street.
ESTHyman Bros. receipt will be suf
ficient) 1M8 lOt O. J. FISHEL.
SITUATION AV ANTED.
A YOUNG Portuguese man who
understands the English hmguage
wishes a place lu a saloon or grocery
store, Apply at thestoroof M. A. Qon
halves & Co., Hotel street. 047 lw.
LOVE'S NEW BAKERY I
MRS. LOVE cUaites to intimate to
her numerous old customers and
the public generally, that her bakery,
Destroyed ly JTire,
Has been restored In hand-omc. sub
stantial and convenient form. She Is
thucforc prepared to supply tho largost
Plain and Fancy Bread
of the best quality, and manufactured
by tho most approved methods.
Everything in tho line of a first-claBS
bakery will ue carried on with greater
facility than before the lire.
The Lunch & Coffee Room
is also restored in more elegant stylo
than ever, and at rates that cannot be
underbid by any restaurant.
Brick Building, 73 Nuuanu Strcot.
Honolulu, Dec. 13,1881. 802
WENNER & CO.
OS FORT HTItKKT,
Havoonhand New Foreign and nomo
Watches, Bracelets, Necklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clooks,
And Ornaments' of all kinds.
Silver and Gold Plate.
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Sets
Suitable for Presentation.
Engraving and Xntivo Jew Iry
Repairing in all its branches.
EST Solo AgcnU lor King's Eyo Prosorvers.
. 817 0m
c. j. McCarthy,
OF THE ASTOH HOUSE
70 Hotel Street.
IIa just received, per Alameda, the fol.
lowing choice brands of
American Cigars !
Beauty's Bower, Henrv Clay,
Sampler, Stud. Crane, Western Bcllo
l.a Hello California Las Ninfus,
Full Moon. Snow Drop,
1ST These Cigars arc manufactured
from the choicest of American and Ha
Conic iiud try tliom I
POI ! POi !
YVIIcox'k Slachlnn Made.
Families and others In want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain the same in quantities to
suit by loiving orders and con
F. B. OAT,
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over BWhop & Co.'s
Bank, and will be happy to attend
to any business entrusted to his care.
DR. DUO DIE has removed to No. 81
Bcrctania Street, the premises for
merly occupied by the late Henry May.
npiIE STORE OF CHUNG WO KEE
X at Hanulcl, Island of Kauai, Is
transferred to the Hanalei Store Co.
CHUNG WO KEE.
Hanalei, Kauai, Jan. 27, 1885. UU 2w
THE Co-Partnership doing business
unilcr tho llrm name of Hanalei
Store Company, situated In the District
of Hanalei, Island ot Kauai.
I'fcllfiillU & Dllil UM !
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 18S5.
O. O. UEROnit, Esq.,
Agent Macncalo fe Urban Safe?.
It Is with great pleasure that
I add my testimony to the Flrc-Proof
qimlllltii of your Safes
I had n. email tingle dor Macucalt &
Utbuu Safe iu lt night's turrtble Ste,
and, on opening tb um thii morning-,
found Its contents consisting of book,
papers, and money to the amount ot
1040-IN PERFECT CONDITION.
I nm so well tatUflcd with the rcnult
that I waut another No. 3 Safe at onco.
GEO. M. RAUPP,
020 Gcrmania Market.
G. V. KllKUTU.
W. C. I'EACOOK
Freeth & Peacock,
S3 Kunanu Street.
HOKOLUMJ, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
- OFFER FOR SALE
At tho Lowest Market Raton
Geo Qoulct Champagne, pints & quarts.
ChasFarro " '
Carlton Frero " " "
Fine Old California Braudy, in bulk,
Pure Virginia White Ryo Whiskey,
Budwciscr Lagtr Beer, pints and quarts
A large and well selected stock of
&c, &c, &c,
Always ou hand and for sale at prices
defy competition. Country orders
All goods guaranteed.
P. O. Box 300.
TMIE Undersigned Piopriotor of th
PDR STM GAUDY FACTORY
desires to inform hUpationsaudthopub
He gcuerallv that notwithstanding the
recent DISASTROUS FIRE, has erected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a much more Extensive Scale which
is now In Full Oi-kuation, aud which
will be in complcto working order by an
Early Arrival of new Machinery and
Tools; and is now again prepared ',to
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
and will always have on hand his dell
cious Fresh Made
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CREAAIB,
RICH NUQAT IN BABS,
SUGAR ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of great variety oft
Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit
Of all descriptions. All those Homo
Made Fresh and Pure Confections, I tell
at 50 cents PER POUND.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of the Finest Flavor, in all sizes alwaya
ou hand and ornamented Iu the
most artistic style.
IMCIIVOiE PIEIS !
always fresh, us also
Home Made Mince Meat
for-sale at CO cents per pound.
Will receive per Conmiclo the balance
of my now machinery of tho newest de.
signs for manufacturing nil descriptions
of plain Candles; thanking the public
for previous liberal patronage and fo.
llclting a continuance of same.
Practical Confectioner and Pastry Cook.
tiik OLD stand. 71 Hotol street
P. O. Box No. 75;..-. -Telephone No. 74
LAINE & CO.
Have a Large Stock of the
VEEY BEST HAY.
Which is offered at Lowest Market Prices
Delivered Froo to any part of the City
AGENTS FOS THE
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance) Co.
Agents for tho Hoover Talephonc. '
Commlsaionap of Dnnds for California
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