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St. l'nill. from Sun Franc-Nuu, Feb. it.
Mariposa, frttiii Colonies for Siin Fran
ehco, Feb. 12.
Zenlandln. fioiu San Fr.iuelseo for Syil
llt'.V, Fi'b. 2. t t
Anotr.tlln, fniin Svtlnev for San Frun-
clscu. Kfli.MI. .
S S Zi'iilntulla from San Frniu-l-u-o
Stmr Jn4 Mnkoe from Kauai
Stmr Leluia for Windward PoiN
Stmr Kllauea lion for Wlmlwanl foils
Sclir IiC;ilit for llanalcl
Scbr Oati'iitia for Walniamlo
Si-hr Mnua for Ilonoimi and I'auUnu
Stinr.las Mukcn for Kauai via Wulnunc
Ilk Klslnore for San Fram-lseo
3 S Kcnlnudhi for the Colonies
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr W G Hall for Maul and Hawaii
VESSELS IN PORT.
Uk Virginia, Pcttlgrew
Ilk Lad' Lampoon,
Uk Lovsprlng, Thomson
Ilk Elsinoro, Jcnks
llktuu Mt Lebanon, Nelon
Bktnu Discovery, l'uriiinan
Itktnu Ella. Howe.
Brig Allle Howe, Phillip
Jlk Chilean, Davles
From San Francisco, per S S Zcalau
dia, February tlrd Saloon: .1 E .Miles
and Rol'it 0 Edwards; Steerage: 1) V
Cook, G F Ford, F 0 Green, A Gaen
and 2(i Chinese.
For San Francisco, per bark Klslnore.
February 4th GeoS Well, i? Ji Wilson,
and F Engost.
Xino or ten winders are expected bcro
during tlds montb.
Stmr Jns Makco biouglit '2C,l bags of
nilgai- to Irwin & Co. Sbe sail- ut I
o'clock this r m for Waianae, Kllauea
The whaling fchooner Page. Captain
Spencer, sailed this a m for' .Japan Sea
where she will cruWo for oil.
Tins bark KWtioro was towed to ca
tins a ji with 1 0,1)8 1 bags of sugar,
valued at 97(i,r'.m. ID.
The tern Mary Dodge brought 102,171
feet of. rtreeil and ('..".ill" feet of rough
lumber, iilo ft.080 plekels.
Tim steamer Kllauea Hon take con
siderable tnaeliluery this evedng for
The summary of the Zealandla's cargo
is as follows: Specie valued at 8."0,00(i; 70
cases whiskey, :i." pkgs wine, 18 pkg.
medicines and drugs, u fodls leather, 1
bell, 15 bills-Wire, 420 sks barley, 2S sks
shorts, ;iu sks iinin, v- si;s neans, n
pkgs tobacco, 10 lulls Olive trees, 400J.
sks Hour, 1H."5 sks potatoes, 'JO kegs
butter, 2t pkgs saddlery, etc., pig Iron,
177 pkgs Iron ware, and 1012 mixed
merchandise nnd groceries.
The S S Zealandla hauled away from
tho Pnclllc Mali Co's wharf at San Fran
cisco at (!.1" a ji, on the 27th January,
and anchoied In the stream. She started
from thero al 2.1' r si on samo day, but
on account of u thick fog outside tho
heads was detained thero trying to llntl
the pilot cutter. Ultimately this had to
be given up and the pilot cairled on to
Honolulu. Another pilot, who camu on
board for a passage to the cutter outside
the bar, was also carried on. Light
variable winds, tine weather and calm
sea experienced during the passage down
with the exception of the night between
the 1st and 2nd Inst, when heavy rain
squalls with thunder and lightning wero
experienced. The Honolulu pilot board
ed at 0.:)0 r ji
LOCAL & CEHEHAL NEWS.
Tub Fat Roy is jubilant. .
Nkam.y six hundred people at
tended the Chinese reception yester
day. The S. S. Zealandia took no
passengers from this port for the
Colonics last night.
Tiiukk will be a social "hop" at
the residence of Mr. Alexander
Young this evening.
Mon'mkuk Fccr, the French Com
missioner, expects a son by the next
steamer from the Coast.
Mu. Thomas "Wright announces in
to-day's issuo sports to take place at
Central Park Ilink on Saturday
Tub Consul and Commissioner for
France, Monsieur Henri Feer, and
Miss Feer, were present yesterday ut
tho Chinese Club House.
Tin: steamship Australia, of the
John Elder line, was to leave Syd
ney, N. S.W., on the 28th January,
nnd will bo hero on or about the
11th inst., instead of the 9th, ns
Sixer, the publication of tenders
for the erection of the Station House
keopcr's room in this paper, Mr. K.
11. Thomas, who was awarded the
contract at SI, 800, has withdrawn
nnd the work been traiibfcrrcd to Mr.
Fred Harrison at S2.100, tho next
VisiTOits to tho Chinese Club
House, yesterday, were inspired
with a "quite at homo" feeling, on
enteritiE tho place and seeing among
the gorgeously costumed, though.
perfectly affnblo, Chineso officials,
tho genial countenance of Mr. F. W.
Damon, who was busy as a-beo
SIljC rIHti!tt ShltlcHit n,0"B fH nations, csooi'tlnR lfttlloa
Jjej;" Mid sc.ttlo.mm to i)lacc3Hnt the
wimjcnfviVtij i tallies, utul nitswcrlhy nil tnamioi of
auuhmjai, m-,h. 4, 1880 questions fr&mmtlzaienl Interviewers.
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SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
THK KXTltAMTIOK CASK.
His Honor Chief Justice Jtidd de
livered his decision this afternoon,
in the McCarthy extradition case.
Tho decision has been filed in the
Clerk's ollloc. The proceedings
taken in the case, both here and in
California, are set forth at length,
together witji the pleas and argu
ments of tho Hon. Attorney-General,
and tliu counsel for the defense.
His Honor then, after taking into
consideration the force of the several
arguments, quotes Section II!) of
the Civil Code, and concludes by
saying: "I shall certify to the
Minister of Foreign Affaits that I
deem the evidence sullleient to biis
taiu the charge in order that ho may
issue u warrant for the surrender of
THE ELECTION RETURNS.
It was near eight o'clock last
evening before the judges of the
election wero ready to announce the
result for Honolulu district. A great
crowd was assembled from the clos
ing of the poll till that lime, waiting
for the figures. The judges were :
Justice Riekorton, Cnpt. Luce and
Mr. Fred. Wundenbcrg. Capt. J.
II. Jlrown had charge of one ballot
box and Mr. Wundenbcrg of tho
other. Whilo wailing for the an
nouncement the multitude was kept
in good honor by several orators.
Tho following is the poll, showing
the (Jovornment candidates elected
by large majorities:
Fred. II. Hayseldcn Mill
James Ken u llt!0
E. K. LUlkalanl 11110
J. T. llaker lOM
II. Wiilcrhotisi; 71)2
J. O. Carter 7S8
W. C. Acht am
J. M. I'oepoe : am
U.S. Swtuton 201
J. Ivaiiul 200
Z. V. Squires '.:)
Then followed scattering votes for
over a score of candidates who wero
not in the contest at all, ranging
from 2!) votes to ono each, no less
than ten coming out with the latter
Following are the returns from
the other districts of this Island:
i:wa Axn waiaxai:,
Kauhl, 1 219
Cecil Drown, I.
Aa Kaulla, O...
Frank Jirowu, I.
Jesse Amara, O , 10:t
W. 1-3. Howell. I HO
S. K.Mahoo, (1 Ill
From Kauai we have news that
indicates the probable election of
Mr. Dole, leader of the Opposition,
in Lihue and Koloa, and of l'alohau,
the Government candidate, in Hana
lei and Kawaiiiau. At twelve o'clock,
the polls in the former constituency
Lihue Dole, I mi
Kalaconc, G 4ii
Koloa Dole 7 1
At Kapaa the poll
lows at 4 o'clock:
stood as fol-
THE FIREMEN'S PARADE.
At half-past nine o'clock, this
morning, firemen in their gay uni
forms were seen to be mustering on
and about the comer of Fort and
Hotel streets and in front of tho
bell-tower, tho headquarters of the
fire brigade. In front of this build
ing was drawn up Engine No. 2, to
which were harnessed four magnifi
cent prancing grays. The Royal
Hawaiian Rand and the Reformatory
School Rand were "also on tho
ground, playing a series of stirring
pieces, as Randmaslcr Rcrger's
"boys" only know to play. The
engine was profusely decorated with
ferns, (lowers and palm leaves. Tho
engineers and drivers took their
positions under beautifully con
structed evergreen and iloral arches",
nn'd on each side of tho engine an
arched canvas was fixed bearing the
inscription 1858-2-1880. The Hoso
cart was also elaborately decorated.
No. lEngine,drawnby fourllinubays,
had taken up a position at the corner
of Fort and Hotel streets. Another
engine and also a hose cart stood
further up Fort street towards Rere
tuuia. No. 1 Engine, though in use
sonio seven years, is in fine order
nnd tho decorations, though not so
elaborate as thoso of No. 2, wero
exceedingly tasteful and well ar
ranged. Every engine, in short,
was dressed in full holiday costume.
Tho Chinese company's decorations,
besides several curious Mongolian
fancies, consisted partly of tho Irre
pressible and ubiquitous triangular
yellow dragon llai:s. An operator
from Mr. J.J. Williams's photograph
establishment planted his enmera in
front of No. 2 Engine, at the start,
and subsequently took views of the
other tln'co engines at. different
liblnls on the llnu of uuimIi, Tho
procecsloil was led by two nxcincil
of each company. After the axe
men, a well-conditioned native
policeman fell in. Next to the
police olllcer camo tho Hoyal Ha
waiian Band. Chief Engineer Nott,
First Assistant Engineer M. D.
Monsarrat, and other officers of the
brigade took position next to the
band. The companies followed in
rotation, Nos. 1, 2, 4, 5. Tho Re
formatory School Hand headed the
native company No. -1. Protection
Company No." 1 fell in between
No. 4 and No. 5, and formed a
conspicuous feature of the parade.
A jolly Chinaman, wearing an enor
mous mask representing the head of
a lion, followed by. some half-a-dozen
attendants bearing a gorgeous
train representing the body and tail
of tho monster; standard bearers
carrying, aloft banners and flags;
companies of halberdiers and trident
bearers, were features of tho China
men's (No. fi) turnout that created
a furore of excitement, particularly
among the small boys, all along the
route of the procession. The force
turned out altogether about 1C0
strong, and the whole display was
one of which a more pretentious city
than Honolulu might well feel proud.
the month of Dec, 1885:
Tho total number of deaths reported
for the mouth of December was 40,
distributed as follows:
Under 1 year...
From 1 to 0....
From 5 to 10...
From 10 to 20. .
From 20 to 80..
From SO to 40..
From 40 to CO. .
From Til) to CO. .
Fioni CO to 70..
Chinese. . ..
CAUSE 01" WKATIt:
Hemorrhage . .. -t
InfiamuialTou .. 1
Old Age 8
Disease of brain.
Disease of Heart.
Number unattended lti
COMl'AUATIVi: MONTHLY MOIITALITV:
Jan. 1882 I.'i Jan. ISM 57
Jan. lSSIt 40 Jan. 18S15 00
Jan. 1SS4 C."i
Annual death rate per 1000 for month
SICKXr.S3 IN THE SCHOOLS.
School. Scholars. Sick.
Fort Street School 1111 0
Royal School 2s)!i.
Pohukal'ia School 07
St. Albaii'ri College ."3
St. Louis' College :!!!
Preparatory School 1)7
J. II. Huown,
Agent Hoard of Health.
Fnr.su Mince Pies daily from and
after date at
Mcllcr & Halbe's Con
177 Fnr.su Cream Cakes and
daily from and after date at
& Halbe's Confectionery.
Tin: postponed annual meeting,
Nov. 27, 188f, of the PACIFIC
NAVIGATION CO., will be called
next THURSDAY, Feb. 4th, at 10
a.m., at their olllcc.
40 4t F. R. Oat, Sco'y.
Tin: drivers of the UNITED CAR
RIAGE CO. make no extra charge
for their carriages when called by
telephone. When you want a com
fortable carriage, ring up 2i)0.
A VEiiY comprehensive and classi
fied business directory for Honolulu
is furnished in tho business cards on
the outside pages of the Rui.lktis,
supplemented by the advertisements
of regular and transiout patrons on
every page. 231 tf.
CENTRAL PARK, SATURDAY,
GRAND RACES & SPORTS !
The following races and other
amusing sports will take place in the
Central Rark Skating Rink on
SATURDAY FIRST, FER. (Jth,
when Mr. Thos. Wright will give
millablo prizes to compete for, as
1st Event Stone-Gathering Race,
open to all.
2nd i-hour Walking Race for heel
ihd Sack Race, open to nil.
4th Roll Race, hour.
Sports to commence at half-pa6t 7
o'clock i'.m. Admission to tho Hull,
2f cents. There, will be musiu in
attendance to enliven the sports.
Han Qua, a Chinese banker of
Canton, is saiil to be worth S 1,100,-000,000.
fpit031-l dulrablo premise, No. 61
X JU-rctnnla Street. House Contains
imrlor, a bedrooms, dining room,
kitchen, Imth and store rooms, nlso, n
detached Cottauo containing !l rooms.
Inquire at No. ay Bcrctanla Street. 10 tf
ALL persons having any claims
against mo arc hereby requested
to present tho 6ame to fl'il. CHIL-TON,
at his barber shop, on Fort fctrect, hoforo
March 10th next, and all perfons In.
debted to mo aro requested also to pay
Ibe samo to the above-named Win. Chil
ton. And all pcrons arc hereby fnrthcr
cautioned not to negotiate any notes
heretofore made by, me; and alo not to
trust any one In my name without my
Honolulu, Feb. 2, lS'-.O. -II 2w
ALL persons having claim? against
II. R. II. LILIlf0ICALA.NI will
please present them at oneo (with items
and dates) to 1-cr agent.
ALEX. J. CAKTWRIGHT.
Honolulu, Feb. y, 1880. 4'.' 2w
rpiIE Master of the barque "Chllena"
X hereby gives notice that ho will
not bo responsible for any debts con.
traded by his crow without his written
Honolulu, Feb. 1, 183(1. -10 lw
A SPECIAL Meeting of tho Stock
holders of the Intcr.Island Steam
Navigation Co. will be held on 3ION'.
DAY, tho 8lh Inst , at 10 o'clock a.m. at
tholr olllcc on Esplanade. For order,
J. EN A. Sce.'y 1. 1. S. N. Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 1,1860. -10 lit
Estate of T. E. Krouse.
THE undersigned, having been elect,
cd assignco of the ahovo estate,
hereby requests nil persons Indebted to
this cstato to pay immediately, and all
persons having claims against this
cstato to Bend their bills immediately to
T. R. LUCAS.
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 18SH. S 3w
Election of OfHcois.
A T the Annual Meeting of the East
xx. juaui irinniiuioii company, neiu
on tho '20th January, 1880, the following
olllcers wero duly elected for the cur
Col. Wsi, F. Allkx President
I. En. Hoppmank Vice-President
V. C. .Ionics Secretary it Treasurer
Col. Wit. F. Ai.Lr.N Auditor
Director: Col. Wm. P. Allen, Hon. O.
R. Bishop and P. C. Jones.
.1. O. CARTER,
Scc'y pro lem E. Maui Plantation Co.
HAVING been appointed by tho
Supreme Court in Probate tem
porary Administrators of the Estate of
Ahuna, otherwise Lccng Tat Pio, late of
Wniiilun, of tho I-land of Ouliii, de.
ceased, wo hereby notify all creditors
of tho said Ahuna to present their
claims agabut tho said Estate, and all
persons owing to the said Estate to
make immediate payment to us, at tho
olllcc of M. S. Uriuliaum & Co., in
Honolulu 8. SELIG.
Honolulu. January 10, 1880. 27 tw
For San Francisco.
The Magnificent Steamship
Will lcava for tho abovo port on or
about FEBRUARY 11, 18S15. For freight
and passage, apply to
220 II. HACKFELD & CO., Ag'ts.
Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line of Boston
Shippers; will please take notice that
the lino Bark
Will fall from Boston for this port on
or about APRIL 1st next. For parti,
cubtrs apply to
C. BREWER & Co.,
Or to CHAS. BREWER & Co.,
210 2in 27 Kllhy Street, Boston, Mats
In Bond or Duty Paid.
A Very Choloo Lot, Fresh and Full.
The B'Rt in the Market.
C, K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Aocnt.
42 Mercliant St., HouolQlu.
My most fnltbful attention will be
given for tho
Purchase of Merchandise
In Honolulu for the residents of tho
II'JJ several Islands of this group, ly
IMPORTERS AXD DEALERS LV
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
Receive by every steamer from the Coast, regular replenishments of
Groceries of the Choicest Brands :
Jncob Hold's BulValo Hams, H. M. Dupce Breakfast Bacon ; New York and
Cala. Crviim, Limburgcr, twlss. Young America, Ednm and IMno Applii
Gluose: Fairbanks' Lard, Nns. :i. 5 and 10 tins; Cutting's Table and Pic
Fruit, Pears, Pcachc?, Apricots, Grapes, Cherries, Egg nnd Damson Plums,
.Tarns and .k-llles; Canned, Curried, Potted and Deviled Meats, Fowl and
Fish; Dried and Pitted Peaches, Cherries, Plunt. Prunes, Apples, Figs,
Dales, Nuts nnd Raisins. Meal put up la 101b. tins proof against
worms and weavels; Oat Meal, CrncKed Wheat, Yellow Corn Meal, Whlto
Corn Muni, Graham Flour, small and large Hominy, Buckwhcat.&c, Cala.
Cracker Co.'s Crackers and Fancy Biscuits in every variety.
For Family Use:
Kegs Selected Salmon Bullies, '-!."ilb3;
" Choice Family Corn Beef, 231 bs;
" " " " Pork.SSlbs;
" " MlM-d Pickles, 'jnilw;
" " Saner Kraut, L'Slbs;
French Capers, Mushrooms, Peas, Sardines, tfs and s; Pete de Fole Grns.
Fruits, marmalade?, .Tains, .Tellies, Sultana Rulsins, Currants, Salad Oil,
Pickles, Spices, Pepper, Mustard, Mint, Ac, Worcestershire, Tomato, Chut,
ncy and Tobacco Sauces, Chill Colorow & Durkccs Salad Dressing; Orange,
Lemon ami Citron Peel; Sago, Tapioca, Com Starch, Pearl Barley, Gerinea,
Imperial Granum, White Oats, itc.
McCondray & Co.'s Choicest Brands of Groon & Black Teas.
Fresh Flower and Vegetable Seeds always on hand.
From the following Dairies:
Boyd Dairy, Koolau, Oahu,
U.mlny Dairy, Homda, Hawaii,
.lohusou Dairy, " " ,
Falolo Dairy, Palolo Valley, Oahu, , '
Kawailoa Dairy, Walalua, Oahu, ' '
1ST" This Butter being kept in our superb Refrigerator under frozen tinincra.'
turo guarantees the ll.ivor and quality unsurpassed. , , ',
Our Ice House Goods
By every steamer, is n special feature, comprising
California Fresh Fruits,
" " Vegetables,
" " Fish,
" " Butter Point Reyes Roll,
And every delicacy IN SEASON that the San Frauclsi o market alTords.
Ht7" OrilcM ilisnatnhnl nrnnmtlv
city, Widktki nnd the Valley. Ice packed nnd shipped to the
Island orders for families and plantations
Bell Telephono 274;
SAN FRANCISCO, January 13, 1880. .
Messrs. W. B. AVilsliiro & Co., Agents
MacNEALE & URBAN SAFES
206 California Street, San Franolsoo, Cal.
Gkntli'-mi-.n: In reply to your inquiry concerning the opening of the Burglar
proof Chest In the safe in tho ollleo of the Clerk of tho Supremo Court now so
Midi known as THE MCCARTHY SAFE 1 will say that I took charge of tho
oD'.ce on Wednesday, the 0th Inst. For someday previous unsuccessful attempts
had been made by various experts to pick the lock. On Thursday, further, similar
efforts were made, with tliu same result, by Mr. Ensign nnd other noted experts,
ALL OF WHOM PINALT.Y DECLARED 'HUT THE LOCK COULD NOT
BE PICKED, and Hint tliu safe must he opened by force.
On Friday I employed tho expert of one of your competitors, who did faithful
and hnncrt work for that purpose.
On Saturday morning work wns begun, and this mornlnc (Weducsdny) FOUR
DAYS AFTER, the expert succeeded in drilling through tho door and opening tho
I con-dder It wns an extraordinarily severe test, much beyond what a burglar
could possibly employ under any circumstances, and can nssuro it has Inspired mo
w.th tho highest confidence In the security of vour Burglar-Proof Safes, and that
YOUR LOCKS ARE PICK-PROOF AGAINST THE BEST EXPERTS.
After working for somo hours on tho lock, ono expert said ho had found Hint
V was ono letter' and another thnt C was one. On examination, neither of these
letters appeared hi the combination. Yours truly,
J. I). SPENCER, Clerk of Supremo Court.
iffl- The nbovo was a No, 8 MacNEALE & URBAN Fire and Burglar Safe.
C. O. BERCER,
P.O. BOX 315.
Real Estate Agent,
Wilder' Steamship A sent.
Gieat Burlington Ratlioad
Queen St., next Bulletin Ottice.
Horses broken to Sad
dle and Hnrncsc,
Horses boarded by tho
ytuJ. iluy, week, or month,
Horses Clipped. BT Telephono 181.
rpiIE Premises on Punchbowl Street,
A heretofore ccupled by tho Ger
man Club, consisting of Club II use,
Bowling Alley nnd extensive grminds
woll laid out. Entranco from Punch.
207 tf or J. F. HACKFELD.
J. K. WtLDER,
Daily deliveries made to all parts of tl e
it to the Other Islands.
tilled with special care.
P. O. Box 435.
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Honolulu, IT. X.
Custom Houso Broker,
Manager Hawnllan Opera House,
Agent Firo and Life InsuranccJAgcnt.
4 AduuiH liiuie.
Hats dyed and pressed,
Feathers cleaned nnd curled,
Native stiaws sewed in till the latest
Lessons given In thlrty-elx kinds of
fancy work, v itli drnwing and painting,
Orders taken for nil kinds of embrol-
Annual Meeting Notice.
rpiIE Annual Meeting of O. Brewer it
JL Co. will bo held tit their olllcc,
Honolulu, on WhDNESDAY, February
il, 1880, at 10 o'clock a.m. (
210 id J. O. CARTER, Secretary.
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