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BATUUDAY, KK1J. (), 88d.
OOUANIO S. S. CO.
St. I'aiil. from San Francisco, Feb. II.
Miulpnn, from Colonic for S.in Finn
cNeo, Fell. 12.
Zcalandln. from Smii FrauoUeo for Syd
ney, Feb. l.
Australia, from Svdncv for San Friin
cleo, Feb. 11.
StinrMokolll from Molokal
Stinr.lax I l)owetl from Molokal
Sclir Nettle Mfiilll from Lahaina
Schr Ehukal from Walalua
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Schr Walehu for Knniil
StinrMokolll for Molokal
Ntmr.las I HowmU for P.iln
.Sclir Nettle M Ill for Lahaina
Sclir Khtiknl for V:iI:iIii:i
For Maul mid Hawaii, per .steamer W
O Hull, February fith Hon V 11 Hay.
seldeii. C! O Alexander and wife, .1 D
Ackcrmaii and wife. MNs Tiirton, .Miss
S Vatex, MWs Abeona, I! .1 Smith, .1 I)
Jolui'-oii and wife. .1 X IfobiiKon. Mr
1' bee, Captain Kali I, Lieut J K
Solomoua, and about lau deck
Mr .T I Dowsett's new schooner is
lielnjj rigged near the FNb market.
Sclir Kliukal brought it'JO lugs of
sugar f i out Walalua, the llrst sugar of
the .season from that place and the llrst
grinding of n new double effect.
Stinr Kiliail Is due lo-morrow a m.
Tins steamer Dowsclt letiirued from
ber la-a trip to Molokal tills a m with
12U sheep, and 111 bullocks. She Mills
on Monday i' m for I'.ila In tlio Interest
of the I'aclllo Navigation Co and is ex
peeled back Wednesday a m.
The Ella wants about -1(100 bags of
sugar of being completely waded. '
The hteamer Llkelikc Is oerdue. She
did nut arrive at her usual time lids
Stmr Mokohl brought fioo bags of
sugar, 100 sheep, 20 hides and IIOO Oio
John It. Kash has not furnished a puz
zle for to-day.
Answer to Xo. i:j. Spools, spool,
pools, pool, loo, oo, sloops, sloop, loops,
Answer to word of 11 changes:
Smarts', smart, iimrN, mart, mar, aits,
art, strains, si win, trams, tram, rams,
i am, am. A. Pmutv.
Knr.su JMinco Pics daily from and
after date sit Mellcr & llnlbc's Con
Fjiksii Cream Cakes and Kilairs
daily from anil after date at Mcllcr
& Ilalbc's Confectionery. 177
Tin: drivers of the UNITED CAR
RIAGE CO. make no extra charge
for their carriages when called by
telephone. When yon want a com
fortable carriage, ring tip 290.
A vr.uv comprehensive and classi
fied business directory for Honolulu
is furnished in the business cards on
the outside pages of the Bum.ktix,
supplemented by the advertisements
of regular and transient patrons on
every page. 2U 1 tf.
Mn. Chas. Brewer, of "West Rox
liury, Mass., insured his life in the
Mutual Life Ins. Co., of New York,
in 1857 for 810,000. At that time
lie was f3 years of ago and his
annual premium was SiJUbVlO. Mr.
Hrewcr recently died at the ago of
82 years. Kor 28 years his life has
been insured for 810,000 and now
his heirs receive the handsome sum
of 821,001, which is 88,9-itJ in ex
cess of the net cost of the policy to
the insured. S. (J. 'Wilder, Agent.
CENTRAL PARK, SATURDAY,
GRAND RACES & SPORTS!
The following races and other
amusing sports will take place in the
Central Park Skating Rink on
SATURDAY KIHST, FEB. Oth,
when Mr. Thos. Wright will give
suitable prizes to compete for, as
1st Event Slone-Gatheiing Race,
open to all.
2nd A-hotir Walking Race for heel
3rd Sack Race, open to nil.
1th Bell Race, hour.
Sports to commence at half-past 7
o'clock p.m. Admission to the Hall,
25 cents. There will bo music In
attendance to enliven the sports.
y y h
Tlio Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square at 4:510
o'clock this afternoon. Kollowing is
Overture Titus. .'
Cavatlna T hu Mai tyrs. . . .
l'olka I'outlng Face
Reminiscences of Donizetti
Waltz Summer Evening. . .
LOOM & DEIJGRAL NEWS.
1. J i J.uvr.r will hold Ills noxt
regular" cash -nilc on Monday.
Don't forget the races and other
sports at Central Turk rink to-night.
Tin: H. II. liand will play at
Eininii Square on Monday evening.
Mom: Japanese are cxpectPd to
anive by the S. S. City of Pekin
Ki.nr.u Ilealey to-night discusses
"the seven last plagues soon to come
on the earth."
Titr.tti: will be music at the Vose
niile rink to-night, when the race
between Mullen and MeWayne will
Mn. J A. Thurston, the member
elect for Molokui, went to Lahaina
yesterday and will probably return
to Honolulu by the Kinatt to-morrow.
Tin; lleiiedielion of the Blessed
Sacrament will take place hereafter,
at the Roman Catholic Cathedral,
every Sunday at ! :30 i jt. instead
Tin: funeral of the late Dr. K. if.
Enders will take place from the hall
of Lodge le 1'rogres do 1'Occanie,
King street, at 2 o'clock to-moirow
Tin: Hawaiian Chinese JTcich
comes out on colored paper this
morning, probably in honor of New
Year's. The headings of English
linns' adveitisemeiits have been
changed to a llowing sciipt.
Ahout one thousand fish known
as l)io, measuring from one to three
feet long, were caught sit l'uko, Mo
lokai, yesterday. Tluee hundred
wcte brought here for the market
and some were sent to Lahaina and
Wailuku. The catch is valued at
Tin: ladies of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union have
felt encouraged at the success of
their Gospel Temperance Meetings
Sunday afternoons on the wharf.
They doubtless reach a class of those
who do not or cannot attend the
usual church services. The exer
cises are arranged and conducted by
the AV. C. T. U., while short ad
dresses arc made by two or more
of the ministers or laymen of this
city. The singing of the familiar
Gospel Hymns, led by Mr. Aylctt's
well-known cornet, is stirring, and
the exercises are brief and heart'.
Seats are provided for those who
wish them. The interest in these
meetings lias thus far been so good,
that the ladies felt justified in con
tinuing them at least a few weeks
A CHINESE SERENADE.
Last evening about five o'clock a
procession of Chinese, headed by
the dragon and attendant buffoons
gaily clad in colored pongees,
marched to the residence of His
Excellency C. T. Gulick, Minister
of the Interior, and serenaded that
gentleman and his amiable consort
with a fearful din of fireworks,
gongs and tom-toms. They planted
two gorgeous, silken banners a
cylindrical one of rare beauty and a
shield-shaped one equally rich in
material on cither side of the front
entrance. The procession went
several times round the house, cut
ting up all sorts of capers, and the
happy Celestials wero graciously re
ceived by Mr. and Mrs. Gulick.
FIRE IN THE SUBURBS.
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About four o'clock yesterday
afternoon the alarm was given for a
flro in the residence of Hon. II. A.
Wldciuanu, on Beretania street, at
Punahou. The first engine to reach
the spot was No. 2, but the Humes
had progressed so far that the saving
of the house was impossible. Before
the arrival of the brigade the inmates
of the liouse, assisted by neighbors,
managed to suvo most of the parlor
furnituie and a few prized articles,
including pictures of two daughters
of Mr. Widemann who died in Ger
many, a line oil painting of Kamelia
nieha Y., and an upright piano. The
house was burned tolhcground, and
for a time Col. Judd's residence was
in danger from the sparks blowing
It is supposed the fire originated
from children setting off fire-crackora
in a bedroom. One child in fright
crept under the bed, and had a
narrow escape for its life. Mr. and
Mrs. Widemann wore absent at
Waianae, and received the news of
the disaster by telephone. They
lose many household u ensures, the
accumulations of years, which no
insurance policy can cover. The
total loss is estimated at 815,000;
iustuauce of 88,000 in the Hamburg
Magdeburg Co., for which Mr. A.
Jaeger is agent.
The new truck of the Hook el
Ladder Company bioke down
opposite the Kavraiahao Church, on
the way to the lire.
A MncNcalo & Urban safe, filled
with plato and Jewellery, canio
through the lire, and on being opcu-
JULU J, lUUJL ULUiU-Li I ,
ed this forenoon Uin contents wro
found iii.liijiiiod only aoiuu 'spoons
being' it Hulc dk'oluied. Two tlla
Inond rings thai wero InaViUlschnvo
been found in the ashes, the frame
of the valise showing vhcro to look
The steamer James I. Dowsett,
that arrived last night, brought re
pot ts of the elections in several dis
tricts. Molokai and Laual L. A. Thurs
ton and A. P. Pachaolc, Indepen
dents, defeated Kupihea and Naka
Lahaina, Mani L. Aholo, G.,
and J. W. Kalua, I., elected. Jame3
Campbell, I., defeated by seven
ICaanapali, Maui J. A. Kaukati,
G., elected over J. Richardson, I.
The Mokolii brings reports from
Maui, showing the election of one
Government and two Independent
So far the popular branch of
Assembly stands as follows :
lloiiolnbi Uayselden . .
Koolauloa C. Urown. .
llanalei I'alobaii 1
Lahaina Aholo 1
Wailuku Ceo. 12. Itlchard-on..l
W. K. Castle
Makawao-C. II. Dickey
Kuauapall Kaukau 1
.MOI.OKAl AND I.ANAI
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
Till: UXTltADITIOX oasi:.
Satup.dav, Kcb. Gth.
Before Judd, C. J., McCully and
Yesterday Mr. "W. A. Whiting
filed with Mr. Henry Smith, Deputy
Clerk, eleven points on behalf of
his client, Mr. J. W. MeCaithy.
Among other things claimed are:
that the papers upon which the de
mand for extradition is made arc in
themselves iiisullicient to warrant a
delivery upon a demand from Wash
ington, and a fortiori from Cali
fornia, in that the paper purporting
to be a bench warrant is not issued
under the seal of the Superior Court
of the City and County of Cali
fornia, and is therefore void there
and everywhere ; that the crime of
embezzlement is not mentioned in
the treaty, and the maxin J-Jnum-eratio
iiuuis etl cxclunio alterius,
applies to a treaty ; that there is no
evidence that McCarthy is a fugitiyc
from justice; that "this Government
is not observing a due respect to the
United States when it treats one of
the States in all respects as though
it wero a sovereign power," and that
there is no authority in law for the
Governor of California to make this
Mr. Whiting read the papers in
tho case produced in its various
stages up to this moment; also tho
points referred to above. He then
proceeded to present arguments in
support of his points. Under the
statute, he held, the Court could not
grant the demand without evidence
ihat would convict hero : the only evi
dence presented was an indictment,
and that was no ovidence. There was
no eridence that petitioner was
fleeing from justice, as the indict
ment was found after his departure
from California. The law of that
State was cited, showing that certain
olllcers of the State, including one
holding the petitioner's position,
could absent themselves from the
State for sixty days. While holding
that one could not be extradited for
a crimo not mentioned in the treaty,
he urged that, even if that could bo
done, the petitioner could not be
surrendered upon the demand of tho
Governor of a State. There being
a treaty with the United States,
must it not take the place of all
other laws designed for similar pur
poses with those of the treaty?
Authority was cited, in a case be
tween England and Franco, to show
that a person could not be extradited
for an offense not named in treaty.
Mr. Neumann, Attorney-General,
replied on behalf of the Govern
ment. He said there was no author
ity for the plea that California was
not a sovereign state. The Kedera'i
constitution of the United Stat'
made every one of them a sovereign
state so far as its internal affaira
were concennd. If McCarthy was
prosecuted for an offense against
the State of California, then tho
people of California were the prose
cutors, and tho federal mithoriticn
were not concerned in the ma tor.
While a man setting foot on so
Islands had a right to the prole n
of tho Government, yet tho U
eminent had the right to .
sider the relations that mi.
exist between him and others. i
reiterated his arguments at fori.)
stages of the case, to the effect tl. .'
Governments wero at liberty to su.-
vender crhuliud even whtn not un'
di tliu obligation to do so. It who
Hid tnoml duly of thlf) Government
to ylvo hint up, for the offense wllh
which he was charged amounted to a
felony. If it was necessary for the
demand to come before the federal
authorities, that requirement was
observed by a request having been
maclo for the surrender of petitioner
by the Minister Resident of the
United States. Under the laws of
California embezzlement of public
moneys is a felony, while that of
private ones may be either a felony
or a misdemeanor. While our laws
will also regard petitioner's alleged
offense as a felony, he held that this
Government should give him up.
His Excellency closed his argument
by re-asserting the opinion that the
Minister of Foreign A flairs should
be enabled to grant the extradition,
ami .should do it when enabled. Tlio
Hawaiian Islands should not be
accessory to the defalcations of a
Mr. Whiting responded, tnaiu
laining that, under Hawaiian laws,
there must be direct evidence of
criminality, ami that an indictment,
being all there is before this Court,
is not evidence; and submitted that
the case is one of which the Court
should take no cognizance except
under the treaty, for supposing the
case to be within the provisions of
the treaty, the Hawaiian Govern
ment's treaty relations are with the
United States, and not with the
State of California. No cases of
extradition have occurred, where a
treaty exists, outside the provisions
of the treaty itself.
The decision of the Court is re
served, and will probably be given
early in the coming week.
rpiIK Master of the barque "Chilean"
X hereby gives notice that he will
not ho responsible for nny debts con
tracted by his crew without ids written
Honolulu, Feb. 1, 1S80. 10 lw
rpHOSE desirable premises. No. &1
JL JScrctauiu Street. House contains
parlor, 3 bedrooms, dining room,
kitchen, bath ami stoic rooms, also, a
detached Cottage containing. U rooms.
In.pilrc at No. aa Hcretnnia Street. -10 tf
A Lli persona having any
XJL against meaie heieliy icuucstcd
to present the same to WM. Cllll1'ON,
at Ills barber shop, on Fort street, before
March 10th uc.M, and all pcrtoiH in.
drilled to me me Icqucstcd also to pav
the bame to the above-named Win. Chil
ton. And all peisons are hereby further
cautioned not to negotiate any notes
heretofore made by me; and also not to
trust any one in liiy name witl.ou'. my
Honolulu, Feb. 2, 18s(i. -11 !!w
Uy order of A. J. Oirtwright, Ksq.,
Executor of the Estate of Her Majesty
Queen Emma, wo will sell, at the resi
dence, corner lieretanhi and Nimanii St.,
On Wednesday, Fob. lOtli,
nt 10 a.m., a large lot of
s, Native Kapas,
LoIh, Mats and Small Kahilis.
There arc over 00 Calabashes, made
of a variety of island woods, bucIi as
Kou, Cocoanut and Koa, and in ditlcr
cut styles and sizes. The Cocoanui
Calabashes upon Silver Stands, present,
cd to Her late Mujestv by memlier.s of
tho ltoyul Family of l'omare, Qucon of
tho Society Islands, aro very inieiestlng
as ciirlotbics and also as mementoes of
3T A" opportunity .for examination
of the ulnm: will he allbrdcd the day
before the sale from 11 a.m. until -1 p.m.
E. 1 ADAMS
In Uoml oriUuly Paid.
Choico Lot, Fresh and Full.
The 15'ft.iu tho Market.
Chas. Erewcr & Co.'a line of
Shippers will pleiuo take notice that
tlio lino Hark
Will mil from lUottoii for thls'port on
or about APRIL 1st next. For parti
culars apply to
C. BHEWEE & Co.,
Or to OIIAS. UREWER &:Co.,
'Jill 8m i'. Kllby Street, IJoslon.VMass
Real EMalc Agent,
Wl Wei's S
Great lluillngtou U.iilioul Agent
SAX FRANCISCO, January 1U, 1S?0.
aicssiH. W. 1J. WilMhiro & Co., Agents
MacNEALE & URBAN SAFES,
206 California Slreel, San Franoisco, Cal.
Oi-.nti.kmi:.v: In reply to your Inquiry concerning the opening of the lliirglar.
proof Chest in the t-ixtu in the olllcc of tho Clerk of the Supreme Court now so
well known as THE Mit'AJlTlIY SAFE 1 will cay that I look charge of thu
olllcc on Wednesday, the (1th Inst. For some days previous unurcesful attempts
..mi iiuuii iimui; iiv v.irious c.Niicris io picK inn iock. un lliurMlay, luillier, similar
ellorts were niaile, with tho same result, by Mr. Enimi and othrr noted cmhtK
Afd OF WHOM FINALLY DECLARED THAT THE LOCK COULD NOT
UK IMCIvKI), and that the safe must ho opened by force.
On FrillaV 1 eillllloveil the exneit of om of wmr rrniitwlitoru ulniill.t f,!ll,f,il
and hnm-.l work for thai purpose.
On Saturday morning wotk was begun, and this morning ( Wednesday) FOUR
DA l S Al'TER, tho expert succeeded in drilling through the door and opening the
I .consider it was an extraordinarily f evens lest, much licvond what a burglar
could posihly employ under any ciicumstanccs, and can assiiro it lias inspired mo
with the highest contldencc In tlio security of your Rurglar-I'roof Safes, and that
YOUR LOCKS ARE PICK-PROOF AUAINST THE REST EXPERTS.
After working for some hours on the
was one letter' and another that C was
letters appeared la the combination
The above was a No. S M.vcNEALE & UKUAN Fire and Rurglar Safe.
C. O. BERCER,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
lias just opened out a large nud carefully selected stock Of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Cu.sloui-Madc Clothing, and Hats and Caps
Ii all Ilia Latest Styles nil Pates.
t5T Particular attention Is called to an elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
iT mid m IIoLl Uccr,
dust received, ex O S S Co.'a steamer St. Paul,
Apples, Pears, Dried Figs, Dried Dates, Dried Apples,
Dried Peaches Dried Cherries', Dried Pitted Plums, Dried Prunes, Swiss Cheese,
Oregon Cream Clieese, Edam Chcctr-, C.ila. Cheese, Smoked Sausages, Smoked
Tongues, Smoked lluof, Soused Tongues, Kits Salmon Reilies, Klis Mackerel,
Kegs Jtunkorw, Gala. Salt Pork. Kegs Cal i. Family Corned RceL Kegs Salt
Water Cucumbers, Kega Saner Kraut, Kegs Holland Herrings, Sicily Leinoiu,
Eastern Codllsh, lionelcfii CodlUh, Stone Jars Soused Pigs Feet,
A Nice AsHortmciii of Biscuits,
Graham Wafers, Oaten Flukes, Sea Foam Wafers, Pcack and Freau, Rafpbcrry
Wafers, Rurtnii it Gelsler.s S.ilad Oil, Duret Salad Oil, Crosse & Rlaclcwellrn
Salad Oil, Cnla. Olive Oil, Russian Gardelles, Russian Caviar, French Eating
Chocolate, Instantaneous Chocolate,
A Pino Lot of Gala. Potatoes and Onions,
All of which are offered at low prices.
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C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing A3cnt-
42 Milt St., Honolulu.
My most faithful atlcn Ion will Xm'l
hi a k'tveu for the SEER
Purchase of Merchandise
in Honolulu for thu residents of thu
!1!)J sevi'iul Islands of thla group, ly
K-ITA1HJ9J1KD W9, Ttliph9RI 17?.
Honolulu, IX. T.
Custom Hon Broker.
Manaecr Hnwnllfin'OnerA ITniue.
Flro and Life InsurnnccJAccut.
lock, one expert said lie had found that
one. On examination, neither of theso
Sl'KNCER, Clerk of Supreme Court.
Estate of T. E. Krouso.
''piIE undendgued, having been elect.
X cd-assignee of tho above estate,
hereby requests all persons indebted to
tills estate to pay Immediately, nud all
persons having claims against thin
estate to fiend their hills Immediately to
T. R. LUCAfe.
Honolulu, Jan. 29, 18S0. 88 Uw
X. ! AilmiiM fauns
Huts dyed aud pressed,
Feathers cleaned nud curled,
Native Htiaws sewed In nil the latest
Lessons given In thirty-six klndu of
fancy work, with drawing and piiltitlii(r,
Orders taken for all kinds of cmbroi.
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