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TUESDAY, FEU. 2. iwjo!
OUlIANIO S. S. CO.
St. Paul, fiom Sim Finnelsco, Feb. 0.
Mailposa. from Colonics for San Fran
i'1'co, Feb. 12.
Zc.ilandia. from San Francisco for Syd
ney, Fub. 2.
Australia, fiiim Sydney for San Finn
clco. Fob. li.
vessels" in port.
Ilk Vhgiuia, Pcttlgiuw
Bk Lady Lampoon,
lk Lovsprlng, Thomson
Ilk Elslnore, .looks
Bktnu Mt Lebanon, NoNou
Ilktuo Discovery, I'orilniaii
Ilk Ohllcna, Dirties
Schr Leahl fiom llanalcl
Schr Catei lna from Viilin.ili:ilo
StmrWG Hall fiom Hawaii mid .Maul
Schr Maua from Hoiionm
Tern Mary Dodge fiom the Sound
Stmr C It Bishop for llamakua
Schr Itob Roy for Kool m
SchrMillo Mori Is for ICooIau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Jlk Elstnoro for San Francisco
For Kahuliil, per steamer Llkellko,
Fcbmary 1st Mrs S r. Wilder, Mrs O
W Dunn, Jl Lowers, .1 X s Williams and
about -10 deck.
ForNllhait and Kauai, per steamer
Iwalani, February 1st Captain W 11
Oodficy, WIl Lawrence, wife and In
fant, N Aura, Mrs X F Burgess, Mrs C
M Walton and about (iO deck.
ForWlndwnul Ports, per steamer Kl
nau, February 1st For the Volcano:
II Hulllken, II W Pcarce, J It Baxter, B
Wcllmaii, 0 II Watt and wife and O A
Brown. For Way I'oits: Mrs J M Kii
pena, Miss Flora Hart, D It Vlda and
wife, B II Seholtzy, G V Phelps and
wife, Bruce Cartwright, It Homer, Dr
Hchrl McGiew, Dr II Hcibeit, .1 V
Schryock and nbout 100 deck.
From Hawaii and Maul, per steamer
W G Hall, Februarv 2nd S Fox and
wife, J D Peddle, MNs V M Fox, J L
Graham and wife, Mls Llzlc Coney, F
G Snow, Mrs A A llaalclc.i, Mrs P Leo
and child, J S Emor.son, .1 Phillips, .las
Smith and!)!) deck.
Stmr WG Hull brought 3301 ba of
sugar, 332 bags of awa. 35 bugs of coffee,
133 hides and 7 hogs. Xo news.
Stmr Lchua bi ought 2721 bags of
sugar. The schooner Leah! 1330 and
the schooner Mana 1500.
Fnnsn Mince Pies daily from and
after date at Mullor & Ilalbe's Con
Fur.su Cream Cakes and Kilairs
daily from and after date at Mellcr
& Ilalbe's Confectionery. 177
Tin: postponed annual meeting,
Nov. 27, 1885, of the PACIFIC
NAVIGATION CO., will be called
next THURSDAY, Feb.-dth, at 10
a.m., at their olllce.
40 -It F. IJ. Oat, Sco'y.
Tin: drivers of the UNITED CAR
RIAGE CO. make no extra charge
for their carriages when called by
telephone. When rou want a com
fortable carriage, ling up 290.
A vkky comprehensive and classi
fied business directory for Honolulu
is furnished in the business cards on
the outside pages of the Uui.i.ktin,
supplemented by the advertisements
of regular and transient patrons on
every page. 281 tf.
CANDIDATES FOR HONOLULU.
J. O. Carter,
Z. Y. Squires.
F. II. Ilayselden,
Ed. K. Lilikalani,
John T. Baker.
NATIONAL W0KKINI1M EN.
G. W. Kualaku,
( D. W. Pua,
I J. M. Poepoo,
' 'J. P. Hannaumoe,
John Hoy Kuoha.
These names respectively ap
pear on different tickets of thu
Tuesday, Feb. 2, 1880.
Kailciua, Ivainucla, Kela, Keatiu
(w), drunkenness, $G each.
Kauakuola, SU); l'aakai $12, for
heedless and furious driving.
Ah Ho 87, for violating express
rule No. C.
Ah Pu S21.H0, for assault and
battery on Akina.
Makaio and Apolo, deserting con
tract servico (Wlder's S. S. Co.),
were ordered to return.
Y. M. C. A. singing class 7.30
LOG: ". GENERAL NEWS.
Vote early and often.
S. S. Zealvndia duo from the
E. Rvan is building a 01 foot
whaleboat for Kona, and a large surf
boat for one of the island schooners.
Tin: regular monthly meeting of
the Honolulu Rillcs will be held this
evening, at the Armory.
Cahi'Knti'.us nic making some al
terations in Alilolani Hale. Pre
paring for new tenants, eh'
Am. members of the Choral and
Quintette Club are desired to attend
rehearsal at the Gymnasium on
Thursday evening next.
Look out for a grand spiead by
Messrs. Davis & Wilder, importers
and dcalora in gioccries and provi
sions, to-morrow, in this paper.
. . .
Ei.deu Ilealcy to-night will dis
cuss, "A prophetic line pointing out
thu United States of America, show
ing the past and the future of its
A quality of tools worth $100,
belonging to the caipcnters, was
stolen from the now Station House
between .Saturday evening and Sun
Yesteiiday Mr. Harry Swinton
gave the inmates of the Lunalilo
Home a grand luau, in honor of the
anniversary of King Lunalilo's birth
day that happened on Sunda3'.
O.v the Ewa side of Richard and
King streets Messrs. Caiter, Water
house and others have made splen
did preparations for n bounteous
feast of pig, beef and poi lit for a
prince to eat.
Fini:-ciiCKEit3 were being set off
in great profusion in Chinatown at
an early hour this morning, as a
prelude to the grand crash and Hare
of Now Year's Eve and Day. Meek
street was a whole market town in
itself from daylight.
M. P. 0. Jones yesterday applied
to the Chief Justice for having the
will of the late Charles Hrewcr, of
Boston, admitted to probate. Mr.
Hatch appeared for the petitioner,
and Tuesday, March 2nd, was ap
pointed for hearing.
Tin: February Friend is a very
good number, besides well-sustained
editorial pages having an able letter
from Rev. S. E. Bishop on the
opium question, and the funeral
sermon of Rev. Dr. Hyde on the
late Rev. Dr. Baldwin.
"TniTicpi" is the nauio given
to a specitl preparation of wheat
meal, intended for making porridge.
A lady who has tried a sample pack
age from Messrs. Gonsalves & Co.
pronounces it more palatable than
oatmeal or cracked wheat, and more
The Caxute, a two-masted
schooner of about 200 tons, termed
a fore-and-aft schooner, is due here
from San Francisco, consigned to
the Pacific Navigation Company.
As far as can be learned, this vessel
is likely to be put on the inter-island
trade by that Company.
Neaui.y thittecn thousand cases
of gin have been taken out of the
Custom House within tho last week,
750 coming out yestcrdaj' on II. M.
Government service. To-morrow
will, therefore, likely bo the culmi
nation of campaign debauchery.
Look out for "fun" for the police.
Tin: Friend regretfully int mates
that Rev. TI. S. Jordan was to have
closed his labors at Kohala on Feb.
1st, to return to the United States.
His stay in the Islands has been
very brief. The samo pciiodical
announces that the foreign church at
Makawao will shortly hav e a pastor
from the United States.
John Noiby, a sailor on the bark
Elsinore, had his left leg broken
below tho knee yc3tcu'iay, by a tin
of sugar falling on it while ho was
woiking in the hold of the vessel.
The fractured limb was rebct by
Captain .Tcnks, and 'tho patient was
afterward taken to thu Hospital,
where he is doing woll.
A mistake occuna'd in tho item
about the reception, by tho Chinese
Commissioner-Agents, Messrs. Alee
and Goo Kim, on Chinese Now Year,
in yesterday's issue. The diplo
matic corps and olllcials will bo re
ceived at 11, and civilian friends at
12, at the Club-house of tho Benevo
lent Society, King street.
Tendeiis for-tho erection of a room
at the new Station Houso for the
Keeper were opened on Saturday
last, January ilOth, at 1 p. in. The
tenders wero: Mr. E. B. Thomas,
$1,800'; Fred. Harrison, 82.-100;
Geo. Lucas, $2,f)17 ; and George
Lincoln, $!1,()00. Tho contract was
awarded to tho lowest bidder, E. B.
To-suiiutow promises to bo an un
usually lively day, as it includes the
Chineso New Year, tho biennial
election and free lunches, etcuincr
mail day with foreign news, etc.
Our piinelpal news-dealer, who
always has a word fitly spoken, as
well as a keen eye to business, ad
vises everybody " to call early, vole
early, lunch early and often, and
buy the latest foreign news eaily."
THE J. I. DOWSETT CHANGED HANDS.
Negotiations for the ule of the
steamer Jas. I. Dow-sett have been
brought to a close. The Pacific
Navigation Co. have bought the
steamer at a private price. She
will be transferred to the P. N. Co.
on Monday next, and will be put on
a route to Maui immediately. The
P. N. Co. have contracted to bring
to Honolulu all Paia and Haniakua
Poko sugars at S2..ri() per ton. A
bridge is about to be built at Paia
for the P. N. Co., and the Dowsett
is expected to make two trips a
week. She will piobably be supple
mented oy scnooncrs.
Mr. Wundcnberg, bj the salo of
the steamer, does not relinquish the
Molokai route. He will run
schooners there until another steamer
is built for him.
U'X-ji.Li-ii jii inn.
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
Tuesday, Feb. 2nd.
Before Judd, C. J. His Honor
heard petition of Nakoana (w.) for
proof of the will of Ephraim Kupclo
(k.), deceased, and the issuance of
letters testamentary to her. The
Com ton hearing proof granted tlio
application and ordered letters to is
sue therefor without bonds. De
ceased was a resident of Kamoiluli,
In the matter of the guardian
ship of Esther, Henry and, George
Fcdcrhen, minors. Tho Court
heard the application of Kealia (w.),
mother of the minors, praying that
Hon. II. A. Widcmanabc appointed
their guardian. The Comt upon
proofs granted the application and
ordered letters to issue under bond
of $2,000. These minors have a
one-sixth interest of real estate sit
uated in tho State of Massachusetts,
valued at about $2,000, left them by
their father, the late Edwin Brooks
Fcdcihon, who died at Waianae,
Say you were, not you was; it was
I, or we, or they, not it was me, or
us. or them ; fewer people were
there, not less people ; ho taught me,
not he learned mo ; ho put it on the
table, not on to the table ; he advis
ed, or counseled me to use the book,
not he recommended me to do so ;
she looks pretty to-day, not prettily,
although we may say "she looked
prettily at her friends while thank
ing them for their kindnesses."
It costs on an average $200 a
head to maintain the tramps and
other prisoners in the Tulare County
Jail, and the suggestion is made that
it might perhaps be well to return to
the old-time practice, when there
was no jail, of chaining up prisoners
to trees in the open air. It would
at all events have a salutary effect
The Santa Clara County Anti
Coolic League have adopted a reso
lution calling upon all employers of
Chinese' labor to at ouce dispense
therewith. They are also circulating
a petition to be presented to Con
gress calling for the passage of such
laws as will for all time prevent
further immigration of the Chinese,
and demanding that the Burlingamc
treaty be abrogated.
A pane of glass in each of twenty
seven, out of eighty, windows in the
Lick House, San Francisco, has
been discovered to be cracked, and
tho damage is atti United to the re
cent earthquakes by passers-by, but
the hotel employes deny that such
was the cause.
THE GltEYHOUND 1'IIIACY.
Latest advices from China state
that several of the leading men in
the Greyhound piracy who fell into
the hands of the Canton authorities,
the China Mail hears, have suffer
ed decapitation. Two of the junks
which took pait in the piracy have
been captured by tho revenue cruiser
Ciiento, Captain Stewart. Theciows,
however, of these craft do not ap
pear to have taken any active part
in the affair, but were forced by the
pirates to lend their vessels for the
THE l'UESIDEXTIAI. SUCCESSION.
Pending the slow process of a
desired constitutional provision, Con
gress has passed a bill, introduced
by Senator Hoar, to provide for the
Presidential succession in possiblo
contingencies. It confers the chief
magistracy of tho nation on tho
Secretary of State, in tho event of
both the President and Vice-President's
chairs becoming vacant at
I'ltOSI'ECTS OK GLADSTONE.
A despatch to tho New York Mail
and Express, from London, Jan.
Ifith, says: Gladstone's way seems
a little clearer, now owing to the utter
impossibility of tho opposing Radical
and Parnellitc factions to do any
thing by themselves and tho want of
confidence in any Conservative Gov
ernment, which drives the Irish
lncmhcis to cIctoiu1 on Gladstone
for tiny material advancement. It
looks now as if he would be able to
bring together all the parties and
suppoitcrs who mo in antagonism to
Salisbuiy and obtain a united vote
on any proposition which will tend
to weaken or destroy the Tory
A Lima special says: Caccros is
the man of the hour. His accept
ance of the candidature for the
Picsidency, "not as a reward but
as a duty," as he says, is hailed
with Joy. All of the departments
so far heard from ai o in line. I'ierola,
now en voyage from France, is tho
only person who can cause trouble,
and even he in only a sight dcrec.
There is more confidence in business
matters. The new Government is
evidently anxious to lemovc the
burden on commerce imposed by its
predecessors. All the polls arc
open and trains run into the interior
only hope or in: lesseim.
A leader in the New Yoik.oiHVift
of Commerce, Jan. Ifith, says:
There is some leason to expect that
within three mouths the Panama
Canal will be abandoned as a failuic
unless tho French Government
chooses to help it with a loan or
guaranty. If the French Commis
sioner, scut to examine the woik,
can resist the blandishments of Do
Lcsscps, who will be on the spot to
receive him, lie will not commit his
Government to an undci taking which
probably will be as unfortunate as
Napoleon's intention in Mexico.
LOCKOUT OP CKlAIt-MAKEItS.
The great lockout of cigar-makers
was to have taken place jn New
York on Jan. 20th, when 7,000
would bo out of employment for an
indefinite time. There were 2,000
tenement cigar-makers already out
on strike, and by February the en
tire number of cigar-makers without
work in that city will reach 11,000.
The manufacturers have decided on
the lockout because the men will not
accept a reduction in the schedule
ranging from f0 cents to S3 per
1000 cigars. President Strasser of
the International Union took the
affair very calmly. He said the
manufacturers had made a mistake
in declaring that they have sufficient
goods to tide them over a lockout.
They might if it only lasted five
weeks, but beyond that they could
not stand it. The Union was pre
pared for a long struggle. Tho lock
out In Cincinnati bad lasted eleven
months and cost the Union over
$150,000, and they could do better
than that now. He thought this
would be a desperate contest.
WOOL AND WHEAT.
A. M. Nichols, who is on tho way
home to England from Australia,'
where he had a large sheep ranch, in
an inturvicw in New York said:
"The wool market of Australia is
very low. Last year was a bad
year and prices wci every bad. They
lay it to tho increase in the exporta
tion of wool from tho River Platte
country. I think it comes somewhat
from lack of quality in the wool.
Australian people arc too apt to go
in for raising wool in the easiest
way, and they don't get tho best
quality in that way." Dwight, man
ager of the great Dwight farm in
Dakota, said to a reporter: " Wc
take no interest whatever in all this
talk about India wheat, for the rea
son that wo raise a quality of wheat
which places us in a butter market
always. Dakota wheat 1ms a harder
berry than any raised even in this
country. The Indian wheat berry
is very soft and not to be compared
with anything laised m this country.
It makes a poor quality of Hour."
John Mugec, who pleaded guilty
to the cbargo of attempting to pro
cure money from tho Prince of Wales
by wilting threatening letters, was
on Jan. 15th sentenced to seven
years' penal servitude.
Rev. Mr. Bristol', who had been
on trial at Jersey City, before a jury
of his fellow-pastors, charged with
criminal intimacy with Miss Ida
Downcs, was found guiltj' on Jan
rpiIE Master of tho barque "Chllcna"
X hereby gives notice that ho will
not bo responsible for any debts con.
traded by his cigw without his wiilten
Honolulu, Fub. 1, 1881). 10 lw
rpiIOSE dosirSblo premises. No. 81
X Betetanla Street. Houso contains
parlor, i) bedrooms, dining room,
kitchen, bath and stoie roomx, albo, a
detached Cottage containing 11 rooms.
Inquire at No, yj Borttanla Street. -10 tf
A SPECIAL Meeting of tho Stock,
holders of the Intcr.Iuland Steam
Navigation Co. will be held on MON
DAY? tho 8th- Inst , at 10 o'clock a.m. at
their olllco on Esplanade. Per order,
J. KNA, Sec'y 1. 1. S. N. Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 1,1880. 10 (It
A LADY'S SIDE-SADDLE,
almost new. Apply to
N. S. SACHS,
10-1 Fort Street.
Messrs. W. IJ. Wllfiltiro & Co., Agents
MacNEALE & URBAN SAFES, .
20b California Street, San Francisco, Cal.
Gcntlemen: In reply to your luquln concerning the opening of the Burglar.
prooT Uhrtl in IhcsaTo In thu olllce of the Cleik ol tlm Suptcmo Court now to
well known as THE MCCARTHY SAPEI will nay that 1 look chargo of tho
olllce on Wulnc'diiy, thodth Inst. For f(niud.iu pruvlnus uiisuteetsful attempts
had been nnde by various u.pcrts tj pick the lock. i)n Thursday, fuilhcr, similar
ellbrts wero made, with tho eamo remit, by Mr. EiisUu and other noted experts,
ALL OF WHOM FINALLY UEOLAKED THAT THE LOOK COULD NOT
HE IMOICEU, and that the safe muft bo opened by force. ,
On Friday I employed the expert of one of jour competllnm, who did faithful
and honest work for that purpose.
On Saturday morning woik wc liegu i, anil this inornlnu (Wednesday) FOUK
DAYS AFTER, the expert succeeded In drilling through the door and opening the
I consider It was tin extraordinarily -evcro test, much beyond what a burglar
could possibly employ under any circunruanees, and cm assure it has inspired mc
wllh the highest confidence in the iruiii'y of your Uurglar.l'roof S.ifc, and that
YOUR LOCKS ARE I'lOlC-IMtOOF At AINST THE BEST EXPERTS.
After working for some houi.s r.n tin look, one expert said ho had found (hat
V w.i'. one kller' and aiiothci that U wis one. On examination, neither of these
lcttcrh appiared in the combination. Yoias trulv,
.1. 1). Sl'KiNCElt, Clerk of Supiemu Court.
fT The .iboM- was a No S M vcN'HALE is URHAN Fire and Burglar Safe.
C O. BERGER,
P. 0. BOX 315.
General Business Agent.
Real Estate Agent,
Wildei's Steamship Agent,
Oreat Burlington Railroad A'
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing ftgcnl.
My most faithful attention will be
given for the
Purchase of Merchandise
in Honolulu for the residents of tho
3D several Islands of this group, fly
-J WINDMILL, 10ft. diameter, com.
1 plcte, with Composition Pump and
Framc.work, lift. high. 1 l,000.;'.Ulon
Woodcu Tank (nearly new) and Fiamo
for rnmc, 7ft. high, all In good order.
Also, 300 feet, more or less, of Jf Gab
vani.cd Pipe, second hand. Apply to
Bum.kti.n Olllce. Us 3v
Annual Meeting: Notice.
rpiIE Annual Meeting of C. Brewer &
X Co. will bo held at their olllce,
Honolulu, on WEDNESDAY, February
a, 1S30, at 10 o'clock a.m.
210 td J. O. CARTER, Seciel.vry.
Annual Meeting Notice.
nPHE Annual Meeting of tho Hwait.
J. an Ramie Company (Limited;, will
bo held nl the olllce of A. J. C.uU right,
Eiq., Kaahumann Street, on MONDAY,
Fobiuary H, 18S0, at 10 o'clock a.m.
3ti2w W.F.ALLEN, Sc'y
Election of Officers.
V the Annual Meeting of the East
Maul Plantation Company, held
on tho 20lh .lanuaiy, 1380, tho following
oiucers weio amy oiccicu lor tno cur
Coi Wm F. Am.i:.v President
J. En. IIoki'siann Vice President
P. C. Jonus Sectary & Treasurer
Co i.. Wm. P. Allkk A udltor
Director: Col. Wm. F. Allen, Hon. C.
Jt. Bishop and P. C. .loucs.
.1. O. CARTER,
Sec'y pro tern E. Maul Plantation Co.
Adininistral or.s' No Ice.
'AYINi! been appointed bv the
Suprumo Court in Prolnto loin.
potary AUiuiniMraioM oi mo i.siaio oi
Allium, otherwise Lecng Tat Plo, lato of
Walalua, of thu l-land of Oahu, dc
cmtt'd, wo hereby notify all crediton,
of thu said Aliuna to present their
claims against the said Estate, and all
ptircons owing to tho said Estate to
maku iminedtatu payment to us, ;it the
ollko of M. S. (iriuhaum & Co, in
Honolulu. January 10, 1S8C. V lw
S. M. CARTER,
Wood ami Coal Mci-clumt,
No. 8'J King Street. Telephone
Number, In both Companies, 187.
Wood and Coal Orders aro hereby
solicited, and will ho delivered at any
locality within tho city limits.
Doparturo Bay Coal, Newcastle
Coal and Charcoal.
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split,
always on hand, ami sold in
231 quantities to suit. tf
FRANCISCO, .January 13, 1SJC.
(loieral Agent for the Haft'altau Islands.
Honolulu, IX. I.
Custom Houso Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Opera Hou.e,
Fire and LifoInsuranceJAgont.
Queen St., net Bulletin OOIec,
Horses broken to Sad
dle and Harness,
Horses boarded bv the
SLji2i- day, week, or month,
Horses, Clipped. C?T Telephone 18i.
1 TO LET.
THE Premises on Punchbowl Street,
heretofore occupied by the Ger
man Club, consisting of Chili House,
Bowling Alley and oUcnsive grounds '
well laid out. Entranco from Punch
bowl and Emma Streets. Apply to
II. A. WIDEMANN,
207 tf or J. F. HACKFELD.
I AtlaiiiM liiiiic
Hats dyed and pressed,
Feathers cleaned and curled,
Native straws sowed In all the latest
Lessons given in thirty-six kinds of
fancy work, with drawing and painting,
Orders taken for all kinds of cmliroi.
dcry. 225 .
XushioiuiUlo Clonic ami
Corner of Alakca & King Sts.
Feathers Cleaned and Dyed.
Canned Ox Tome,
ca.:v:v.i3i xsiaisir &
BEEF IN KEGS,
Each lOOlbs. For salo by
H. Hackfeld & Go.
Estate of T. E. Krouse.
npiIH undersigned, having bcrn elect.
JL ed asslgneo of tho above csjate,
hereby icquesls all pcrsous Indubted to
this estate to pay immediately, and all
persons having claims against this
estate to send their bills immediately to
T. 11. LUCAS.
Honolulu, Jan. 29, 18S0. 3S 3w
FOIl SALE CHEAP.
-J HANDSOME Brownell '.'.seated
1 Canopy.ton Carriago, leather uphoj.
stored, with polo shafts, curtains, lamps,
etc., complete. This carriago is nearly
new, and, having had tho best of care,
Is consequently hi perfect order; 1
stylish side-bar plano.box Top Buggy,
also in perfect order; 1 Drowsier end.
spring Open, Buggy; 1 llnu Set single,
strap hand-made Harness with solid
rubber mountings suitable for a large
Carriage; 2 light Scut single-strap liar,
nets, rubber mounted; 1 English Saddle,
In Idle and martingale; 1 largo sound
family or road Horse, kind in every par.
tictilar and safo for a lady to drive; 1
bay Filly, 2 years old, sired by Cator; I
lino young Cow (5 years old), part
Dot on and part Jersey, to calve in
March ; 2 heifers, 1 and 2 years old, from
above cow, by 10th Duko of Mai.ohostor.
The above property la all In (ho host of
order and will bo sold cheap. Apply to
S. F. GRAHAM & Co.,
29 tf 8 King Street.
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