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MONDAY, lfKU.8, 1880.
OC'I'.ANIU S. S. CO.
SI. Paul, frnin Sun I'm nel (, Feb. !.
Jlnrlpo-a, f i fun Colonics for Sun Frnii
clco, Feb. 1'J.
Zealandla. from Situ Francisco for Svd-
ncy. Feb. a.
Australia, from Sydney for San Frau-
eleo. Feb. li.
Stun Klnau from Windward Port-
Stinr Llkellke from Knluiltil
Stinr IwalanI from Kanal
Stiiir James .Mnkco from Kanal
Tern Ke An Hon from .laluh, S S I
Am sclir Canute from San Franelsro
Fein nary 8
Sehr Wniiiiiilii fiom llllo
Sehr Kiiulkcaoull from IColiala
Bkino iloliu Smllli fumi Newcastle
Stinr O It IIImioi from llumakua
Schr Wiilcliu for Kanal
Stair .Mnkolll for .Molokni
Stmr.Ias I Dnwetl for I'ala
Schr Nettle Merrill for Lalialna
Schr F.hukal for Walalua
Stinr C it Bishop for llainakua
Stinr Klnau for Windward Ports
Stinr Likollko for Kahulul
Stinr .Ins Jlnkco for Kanal
Stinr IwalanI for Kanal
Bktnu Kiln for San FrancKco
Schr Kauikeaoiill for Kobala
Schr llaleakala for Pepcekeo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Virginia. Peltlgrew
Ilk T.iuy Lamp:-on,
Bktnu "tit Lebanon, Xelsou
Bktnu Discovery, l'errhnau
Bktiie Ella, Howe
llrltf Allie Rowo, Phillips
Ilk Chilean, Davlcs
Schr Canute, .lobauuas-cii
From San FrancL-co, cr schooner
Canute, Feb 711 C Xorton, anil 17
From Windward Ports, per steamer
Klnau, Feb 7 .1 It Baxter, II WPearce,
C II Watt and wife, B Wcllinan, II
Mulllkcn. C llorswell, Prof M 31 Scott,
.1 V Cllllllmi. S ICIiiiilii'M. W A Kliiniti-
aire W M Glffard, lion I)r .1 Wight and'
wife, .U l" i'lke, .1 i Kaniauoha, W
White, Hon L A Thurston and wife,
Hon W It Castle. W 11 Cummliifis, Hon
.1 W Kalua, .M ltos, .1 Mliuls, A II
Smith, C I. Wight, .1 C Klrkwood and
From Kauai, per steamer IwalanI,
Feb 7 Ills Ex Gov P P Kanoa, Hon S
BDolu, CWAshford and wife, G X
Wilcox, It .1 Renco, U Danahaiiscii, .1 .1
Spenco, Prof "il Stroliloln, -I Chinese
and :l() deck.
From Kanal, per steamer .las Makee.
Tel) 7 .Iiulge .1 II K Kaiwl, .Judge G B
Jlehouln,..! XV Jtu-.li, and 10 deck.
From ICahulul, per Meainer Llkellke,
Feb 7 Mrs S G Wilder, Mrs II Dunn,
F Borginan, G P Wilder. A Sinclair and
wife, J X S Williams, E II Buliuy and
(lnuirlitur. Sister lloiiuventiii-M. linn (1 I
Jaukca, A 11 Sniitli, A Emu, Kev S Kn
111 and wife, James Campbell, wife,
child and three servant", Hon A P Pae
haolc. and U." deck.
From Lahaiua, per sehoonei Xettie
Merrill, Feb C Mrs ir Dickenson.
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Tho Stinr Klnau brought 7,fr00 bags of
sugar, -I t hides and -I I packages sun
dries from Windward Ports. She sails
at t p in to-morrow.
Tho Brit bark Conference arrived at
Kahulul from Newcastle, X S W via
Honolulu, with cargo of coal for Wilder
& Co. February 2nd; bktno Rosalind,
Capt J K Im Itallister, '22 days from
San Francisco, in ballast, Feb th.
Stinr Jas .Makee brought -',(100 liags of
Rugnr. She sails at 8 a in for Waimea,
Kilauea, Kapaa and Hanalci.
Stmr I.ikeliko lirouglit 7,(i2!) bags of
sugar. She was detained about 21 hours
nt Kahulul to take in- sugar. Shu sails
Stinr IwalanI brought !1,im(I bugs of
sugar. She sails to-morrow at 5 p m on
tho Planter's route.
The Discovery and Lady Lanipoii re
ceived considerable sugar to day. Both
vessels will probably sail on We'dne.-day
Schr llaleakala brought 1 ,:i'2S bags of
sugar, and the Kaulkcaoull 1,025 bags.
Schr Xettie Merrill brought 1,007 bags
of sugar and fit) bbis of inolases.
Stinr C It Wallop arrived last night
from llainakua with it, 10.1 bugs of sugar.
Shu sails this evening at " o'clock for
Thu schr Canute, Capt Johannassen,
arrived yestenlay. 21 days from Sail
Francisco with a cargo of general nidsu
and 17 Chluco pa-i-enger.-. Shu Is con
signed to Davles & Co, and Is docked
near the llsli market. On tho -Itli day
out sliu had a severe southerly gain anil
later on spoke thu llrithuik Loyola from
Central America for San FraneUco.
On Sunday, February 7th, at fiillO
p. 111., at thu residuiicu of Mr. Angus,
Punchbowl street, .Mrs. J. D. Arnold.
The funeral will lake jilacu this after
noon at It o'clock from her lute resi
dence. Friends and acquaintances aru
respectfully Invited to attend.
By order of His Excellency Gov.
Dominis, thu Itoyal Hawaiian Band
will play the following programme
at tho Hotel this evening at 7:110.
Overture Jnllv Bobbers Suppu
Marcli Hlcn.f Wagner
Quadrille Tho Times Coolo
Selection .1 cru,alem Verdi
Medley Chi Isty Minstrels Bivlero
Waltz Qi-'en's I.aco Handkerchief..
Gavotte Thu Stars Kutoii
Polka You and I Faust
LOQAl ft AENEIIAL NEYfG.
Coitnii'ros'DKSci. on fonithiwgoi
Tun S. S. St. Paul la uipceturt
from the Coast to-morrow.
A ucroiiT of the sermon nt
tent lat nijrlitis crowded out.
Uook-kkiipixo class at seven this
evening, in Y. M. C. A. rooms.
Kt.nmt Henley will, nt tiic tent to
night, examine the different laws of
Juixiixo from the fnsl decreasing
lumber piles nt the foot of Fort
street, house building is being done
on n large scnle.
A Fim: stalled in the grass on the
side of Punchbowl yesterday, nnd
was put mil by a dcladiment of the
Ti-.xii:uk are nsked foi, till March
llllli, by the Alinislcr of the Interior,
for lighting the streets of Honolulu
for three years.
Tin: Ilnird, Whitney & Von Holt
sinaelc was sailing about the bay
yesterday for the first time. She
behaved very well and is said to be
A soituv party of Indies nnd gen
tlemen dressed in white were seen
descending Mount Tantalus the other
day while the rain came down in
It is said by u person who was
on the wrecked Planter that if Mr.
Williams would photograph the
steamer as she now lies the pictures
would sell rapidly.
Tnt: crew of the schooner Wai
inalu hooked three tremendous sharks
that were swimming about the Domi
tiia and the Knuikeuouli's crew
caught two equally as large.
Cmxi:si: New Year's will be ec
lipsed, to-night, by the illumination
nt the Uoyal Hawaiian Hotel, which
will be covered with lights " from
turret to foundation stone." The
Band will also piny on the grounds.
..T- -- .
Tin: skating rinks Saturday night
were well attended. At tho Yose
mite Mullen beat Mc Wayne in the
one mile skntiri" rnce, the latter
giving out before the Ilnish
Central Park the races and
sports were very interesting.
Tiii'.ki: was no further development
of Germany's proposed protectorate
when tln Ke An Hon, that arrived
yesterday, left the Marshal Islands
about three weeks ago. The German
Commissioner, who was expected to
come on a war vessel, had not
Tiik Anglican Church Chrouicle
for January has been received. It
contains, among other interesting
matter, a "Continuation of Travels
in Old England," by Rev. A. Mack
intosh. No. II. of Rev. C. E.
Groser's articles on "The Church of
England" also appears.
Dit. Endcrs' remains, disinterred
at Wailuku, Maui, for burial here,
were deposited in the Xuiiaim
cemetery, with Masonic rites, yester
day, tho brethren mustering in good
ly numbers in the procession from
the hull of Lodge lc I'rogrcs dc
rOceanio to the place of sepulture.
Mit. Silva, a young Portuguese
who started a skating rink at Wai
luku, Maui, several months ago, and
made a llnancinl success of it, lias
purchased the merry-go-round of
Capt. Cluney for Sl.oOO. The
machine wa's taken to Wailuku last
week and is now running success
Tin: steamer Ivy Holmes, after
being thoroughly repaired at the cost
of about S'-,U00, steamed to sea this
morning for Hilo, in charge of Mr.
Holmes, the owner. He said he ex
pected to reach Hilo inside of 21
hours from the time of starting, but
since his departure it has been
learned that the Ivy Holmes will
cruise for the Domitila for salvage.
TiiuSacrament of Continuation was
administered by His Lordship the
lit. ltd. Bishop of Olbant thu chapel
of the Branch Hospital to 15 persons,
both children and adults, on Friday
last, Feb. 5th, at 2 p. m. His Lord
ship addressed the congregation in
a few patlictic words ; and the cere
mony of Continuation was followed
and closed by the Benediction of the
Mns. J. D. Arnold died of con
sumption last evening, at the house
of Mr. Angus, Punchbowl street.
Her funeral takes place tllfc after
noon. The husband of the deceased
went to Australia some months ago
to engage in his business of well
boring, lie left his wife in apparent
ly good health, nnd, although hu has
been apprised of her dangerous con
dition since, the news of her death
must bo a severe blow to him. Mrs.
Arnold was highly esteemed for linr
amiable qualities by a large circle
Tin: Hawaiian three-masted
schooner lvu Au IIou, Captain
Lovell, arrived yesterday 23 days
from Jaluit, via Wajaro anil Legiep
Wiinrts, fihe biouclit 10.000 cocoa
mita am! SS tttsos of coral, bill came
principally to be icptilfed. Cnptnltt
Thect, of the wrecked British
schooner Mazeppa, and Captain
Hushcll, of the lost Auckland brignn
tinc Hansom, came to Honolulu by
the Kc Att Hon. Captain Lovell
reports strong westerly squalls
during the passage. Tho missionary
vessel Morning Star, Cnpt. Bray,
arrived atJalult Dec. loth, 1-1 days
from this port, and on the following
day sailed for Caroline Islands, all
hands well. The Hawaiian scliooucr
Gen. Seigei is still trading among tlio
islands and doing well. Messrs. Macy,
A. Turner, 11. Kmerson and others
from Honolulu arc still at the islands.
FATE OF THE D0MITILA.
l'Ot'NI) IIOTTOM Ul" IX HAWAII
The steamer Kiiiiut, that arrived
bcio yesluiday morning fnnn Wind
ward, brought the news of the liwt
ehooucr Douiitila having been seen
in Hawaii channel bottom up. The
schooner Wiiiiualu on her way from
this poit to Hilo fell in with the
Domitila about ten miles oil' Kobala
point, Hawaii. One of the Wiiimalu's
boats was loweied and inatiiied, and
the wreck, after being securely fast
ened, wiih taken in tow, but owing to
tho light airs and strong curients the
prize was relinquished, the Wniinnlu
proceeding to Hilo, where she re
ported the discovery of the Domitila.
Meantime the latter vessel drifted to
the northward. The captain of the
Wniniulti'took the niaiu-booni of the
capsized schooner to Hilo to verify
his report. When the Kinaii arrived
at Hilo on her return trip, news of
the Douiitila was received, and al
though Capt. King kept a sharp look
out nothing of the lost schooner was
seen. Last Friday morning tho
schooner Kauikeaouli sighted the
wreck and towed it for two days and
one night, until within a few miles of
Hoiiobina, when, tho wind dying
away, thu burden was let go for thu
safety of the Kauikeaouli, which
was, with the wreck, drifting
shoreward. The captain of tlio
Kauikeaouli says there were
niaiiy sharks about the Domitila,
some huge man-eaters, and notwith
standing thu preseneo of tho voraci
ous fish, the captain fastened a lino
around bis waist, nnd then dived anil
swam underneath the wreck, having
told tho sailors beforehand if lie was
attacked by 11 largo shark to haul up
the lino quickly. lie did not stay
down long, however, but saw that
both masts were broken oil' near the
deck and fore and main sails gone,
but tho jib sail was there. The an
chors were fast to the vessel, but the
anchor chains had all run out and
were dragging. After towing the
bull, as above stated, about twenty
sheets of copper wcru taken oil' the
bottom to be brought hero as n proof
of tho find. The whaler Lydin saw
the Kauikeaouli towing the wreck,
nnd supposing it a whale, sent 11 boat
ofl' for particulars of the catch. The
Domitila cost exactly $(i,r()0 when
sho left the stocks, and was insured
for .f 1,000. Her crow consisted of
six: Capt. San ford, an American;
0110 Portuguese, two Italians, 0110
Chinaman and onu kanaka. Shu
also had a young Englishman on
board as a passenger. No steps have
as yet been taken to recover the hull
of tho ill-fated vessel.
Satdhday, Feb. (itli.
Drunkenness, II. D. Lynch, $0; as
sault and battery, Kauaki, $7.
Moxdav, Feb. 8th.
Drunkenness, Puanaiwi,$(i, Alonzo
Davis, -ft!; assault and battery, Mary
Kaululiinani) (w.), $8, F. Muldoon,
Fkesii Mince Pies daily from and
after date at Meller & Hnlbe's Con
FitKSii Cream Cakes and
daily from and after date at
& lialbc's Confectionery.
Vai.kxtixk day is near at hand,
and wo arc almost giving tlicin away.
Call early and select from a good
variety at King Bros.' Art store,
Hotel street. -1(5 Gt
Tiik drivers of the UNITED CAK
RIAGE CO. mnkc no extra charge
for their carriages when called by
telephone. When you want a com
fortable carriage, ring up 200.
A vnitY comprehensive and classi
fied business directory for Honolulu
is furnished in tho business cards on
tlio outside pages of tlio Bulletin,
supplemented by the advertisements
of regular and transient patrons on
every page. 2b" 1 tf.
A LL nersons having any
J. iicnlnst inn are herobv requested
to present the same to WM. CHILTON,
at ids barber shop, on Fort street, before
March 10th next, nnd nil peri-uns in.
dented to mo nro requested nlso to pay
tlio same to tho above-named Win. Chll.
ton. And all persons nre hereby further
cautioned not to ncgotlntu any notes'
hcretoforo inndo by :nu; and nlso not to
trust any one iu my name-without my
Honolulu, Fob. 2, 1880. 41 2w
WHOM llcslrr.blc firrmlHW, SO. Hi
JL llciuthnln Street. HoiiM) cuntahis
parlor, IJ lied rooms, dining room,
kitchen, until and store rooms, also, n
detached Cottage containing il rooms.
Inquire at No.iM Uurutanla Street. -10 tf
St. I?iuil Kalhvay,
The G-reat Short Line.
E. KISTLKIt, Agent.
Hnvc just received, per Zcnlnndin,
Clice Butter on Ice,
lloxcs Block Codfish, Kastern,
New York and California Chccsr,
You 111: America and Limlmrg Cheese,
A choice lot of Uloaten lor breakfast,
Whittakcr Star Hams,
Dupco Hams and iiacon, new packing,
in y er.iles anil hags,
Petaliiina Potatoes, in crates and bogs,
Silver-skin Onions in crates,
A large assortment of Cereals, &c., &c.
Also, in stock, a stnull lot of
New Zealand Oats.
t I lw
ALL persons havinp claims ngnlnst
II. It. II. LILIUOKALAN1 will
please present them nt oncu (with Items
and dates) to her agent.
ALEX. J. CAUTWR1GHT.
Honolulu, Feb. U, ltiSU. 12 2w
Election of Oflicera.
AT tho Annual Meeting of the U.
Hruwer Company held this day,
the following gentlemen uero elected
for the ensuing year:
Jilt. P. C. Jonks President
Mil. P. C. Jokes .Manager
Mn. .1. (J. Cautku Secretary
Mil. .1. O. Cauti'.k Treasurer
Col. V. F. Ai.m:x Auditor
Directors Hon. Chns. It. Bishop,
Messrs. Siun'l C. Alien mid Henry
JOSKPH O. CAHTElt,
Scc'v C. Itrewcr & Company.
Honolulu, Fob. -t, 1SSR, 44 lm
Election of OiHcers.
AT the Annual Meeting of the Ha
waiian Agricultural Company
held on tlio Slnt January, tlio following
olllcers wero elected to servo for the cur
Hos Chas. It. Bisuor President
Mil. Sam'i. C. Au.r.K Vice-President
Mn. P. C. Joxi:s Treasurer
Mn. Josr.i'u O. Cautku Secretary
Mn. Tom May Auditor
Directors Hon. C. L. Bishop, Mr. S.
C. Allen and Mr. P. C. Jones.
J. O. CAIITER,
Sco'y Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 2-', 18(S. 32 lm
Election of Officers.
AT thu Annual Meeting of tlio East
Maul Plantation Company, held
on the 20th January, 188G, tlio following
olllcers weru duly elected for the cur.
Coi,. Wm. F. Am.k.v President
J. Ed. Hoffman: Vice-President
P. O. .To.nf.b Secretary & Treasurer
Col. Wm. F. Allkn Auditor
Director: Col. Wm. F. Allen, Hon. C.
It. Bishop and P. C. Jones.
J. O. UARTEIt,
Sec'y pro tern E. Mnul Plantation Co.
SAVING been appointed by the
Supreme Court In Probate tern,
pornry Administrators of the Estate of
Ahuna, otherwise Lceng Tat Pio, late of
Waialua, of thu Llaud of Oahu, de
ceased, wc hereby notify nil creditors
of thu said Ahuna to present their
claims against tho said Estate, and nil
persons owing to tlio snlu ivtlalc to
mnko immediate payment 'o us, nt the
offlco of M. S.
Honolulu. January 111, 1880. 27 lw
In Bond or Duty Paid.
A Very Choice Lot, Frosh and Full.
The Best In tho Market.
HOLLISTER & Co.
Browor & Co.'s Line of Boston
Shippers will please tnko notice that
thu fine Bark
Will Fnil from Boston for this port on
or about APRIL 1st next. For parti,
ciilars apply to
C. BREWER & Co,,
Or to CHAS. BREWER & Co.,
210 2m J 27 Kilby Street, Boston, Mass.
General Business Agent,
Real Estate Agent,
Wllucr's Steamship Agent,
Great Itutlington Kallio.ul Agent
g U gML.-- "gj"WllBH
SAN FRANCISCO, January lit, 18en.
Messrs. W. 15. WllHliiro & Co., Agents
MacNEALE & URBAN SAFES,
206 California Street, San Francisco, Cal.
Gknti.i:men': In reply to your inquiry concerning the opening of the Burglnr.
proof Chest in the safe In the ollico of the Clerk of the Supremo Court now po
well known us THE M(CARTHY SAFE I will say that I look charge- of the
ofllce on Wednesday, thutJth Inst. For some days previous unsuccessful nttempts
had been made by various experts to pick the lock. On Thursday, further, similar
ellorts went made, with the came result, by Mr. Ensign and other noted experts,
ALL OtMVIlOM FINALLY DECLARED THAT THE LOCK COULD NOT
UL PICKED, and that the safe must lie opened by force.
On Friday 1 employed tho expert of one of your competitors, iho did faithful
and honest work for that purpose.
On Saturday morning work wns begun, nnd tills morning (Wcdnefdny) FOUR
DAYS AFTER, the expert succeeded in drilling through the door and opening tho
I consider it wns nn extraordinarily severe test, much beyond what a burglar
could possibly employ under any circumstances, and enn assure it has inspired mo
with the highest confidence In the security of vour Burglar.Proof Snfcs, and that
YOUR LOCKS ARE PICK-PROOF AGAINST THE BEST EXPERTS.
After working for some hours on tlio lock, one export said he had found that
was one letter' and another that C was one. On examination, neither of these
letters appeared in the combination. Yours trulv,
J. D. SPEfcCER, Clerk of Supreme Court.
VST The above was a No. 8 MacNEALE it URBAN Fire nnd Burglar Safe.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
lias Jut opened out :i large and carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Cusloni-Mailc Clothing, nnd Hats and Caps
Ii all II111 Latest Styles aid Pates.
IS" Particular attention is called to an elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
P. O. Box 297.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
or unci OO Hotel Street,
Just received, ex O S S Co.'s steamer St. Paul,
Apples, Pears, Dried Figs, Dried Dates, Dried Apples,
Dried Peaches Dried Cherries, Dried Pitted Plums, Dried Prunes, Swiss Cheese,
Orviioii Cream Cheese, Ednm Cheete, Cain. Cheese, Smoked Sausages, Smoked
Tonuues. Smoked Beef. Soused 'loncues, Kits Hnnnon ueuies,
Kcks Bunkers, Cila. Salt Pork. Kegs Gain. Family Corned Beef. Ke
Water Cucinuhcrs. Kegs Snuer Kraut, Ives's Holland Herring, Sicily J.
Eastern CodlUli, BonulcfcS Codfish, Stonu Jut's Boused Pigs Feet,
A Nice Assortment of Biscuits,
Graham Wafers, Oaten Flakes, Sea Foam Wafers, Peack and Frenn, Raspberry
Wafers, B'irton it Geisters Salad Oil, Durct Salad Oil, Crosso ii BlackwelPs
Salmi Oil, Cain. Olive Oil, Russian Gardelles, Russian Caviar, French Eating
Chocolate, Instantaneous Chocolate,
A Fino Lot of Gala. Potatoes and Onions,
All of which are olVercd at low prices.
C. K. MILLER,
Goncral Business & Purchasing Agont.
42 MircHut SL, Hoioliln.
My most faithful ntten'ion will ho
given for thu
Purchase of Merchandise
In Honolulu for thu residents of the
a J several Islands of this group, ly
BST'BMSHEtfrotfT Tllophom 17$.
Honolulu, II. Ii
Custom House Broker,
Manager HawnllnnJOpern House,
Firo ami Life Insurance! Agent.
C. O. BERGER,
General Agent for the HnfrnilHit Islands.
Esttito of T. E. Kronso.
npiIB undersigned, having been elect.
X ed assignee of tlio above estate,
hereby requests nil persons indebted to
this estate to pay immediately, and all
pcrotiH having claims against tills
ustatu to scud their bills immediately to
T. It. LUCAS.
Honolulu, Jim. 20,1880. !I8 3w
Mo. 4 AiIriuh Lane.
lints dyed and pressed,
Feathers oleancd nnd curled,
Native sttaws sowed In till tho latest
Lessons given In thirty-six kinds of
fancy work, with drnwiug and painting,
Orders tukcu for nil kluds of embroi