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TUESDAY, FEB. !, 1880.
OOr.ANIt! S. S. CO.
St. Paul, from San Franrleo, Fob. 0.
Mariposa, from Colonic for San Fran
cieo, l'cli. 12.
Xealaudhi. from San FratioKco for Syd
ney. Feb. 2.
Australia, from Sydney for San Frau
elco, Full. fl.
Sclir Wuitvle from Mnllko
Sehr Manuokawal from Koolau
K.ilir Llhoilhn from Elcelti
Stiur Kinau for Wlndwniil I'm I.-!
Sttnr Likt'llkc for Kabuliil
Slmr .las Makeo for Kauai
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Sehr Knulkcaonli for Kohala
Sehr llaleakala for IVpeeken
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bk Lady Lninpaon for San FruiicNco
Ukliiis Discovery for San Friiuclc
Tern Mary Dodge for Eureka, Humboldt
Scln Wallele for Mallko
Sclir Walmahi for lloiiomii
Itktiio Klla for San Francisco
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Virginia. Pcttlgrow
Uk Lady Lampoon,
Bktnc Mt Lebanon, Ncl-oii
Uktno DWeovery, Pcriliiinn
Uktne Klla. Howe
ltrlg Allle Howe, Phillip
ltk Chlleua, Davics
Sclir Cauuti!, Juhaiiua--i'ii
Sclir Walk-to brought 1,100
The Mary Dodge
has llnlshcd dis-
Sehr Llholiho brought 1150 ba
sugar from Eleelo tliN morning.
Sclir Manuokawal brought II91
of sugar from Koolau.
Mr Wcli-tcr, lately piuer of
Planter, has been transferred to the
.Iwalani, anil chief olllcer Staples of the
Planter has been appointed .-eeond
mate of the Iwalani.
The bktiie.lohn Smith, Capt ICu-tur,
arrlvctl vesterdav afternoon, iV.l days
from Xeweastlo, X SW, with 8S7 tons of
coal which was .void to the 1 I S X Co.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Hides drill this evening.
. V. M. O. A.
singing class this even-
A i.nrmt iu answer
lias been received.
to " Outsider"
" Tin: Two Covenants " will bo dis
cussed at tho tent to-niglit.
Mits. J. 1). Arnoltl's funeral yester
day afternoon was largely attended.
Mit. Fuller, Harbor Master, leaves
by the Likclikc this evening for Ku
liului. Tin: money order list by the S. S.
Australia will close at noon to
morrow. Ni:xt week Mr. M. M. Scott will
inspect the schools at Kwn, Waianao
ami Wiiiulun on this island.
Mi:ssits. Lyons it Cohen, auction
eers, havo dissolved partnership, Mr.
Lyons continuing tho business at
tho old stand.
Tin: S. S. St. Paul due here is
likely, on returning to San Fran
cisco, to bo fitted up for her lcgular
voyage to Alaska.
Mn. A. F. Cooke left by the steamer
)owsett last evening for Puia, Maui,
to take observations for tho'building
of a landing theie.
Cohoxatio.v Day, Feb. 12th, will
be kept by the King ut Kailua, Ha
waii, and thts event will also bo cele
brated at lolani Palace.
Tin: oflieors and teachers of tho
Bethel Union Sunday School will
meet this evening at 7:110 o'clock at
tho resilience of Mr. T. (!. Thrum.
Ixquiiiikh have been received from
tho Coast about Robert A. Johnson,
whoso mother is in feeble health in
San Fiaucisco and desiies to hear
Mr. Williams abandoned tin em
bryo purpose, instigated by tho II ui.
Mrri.v, of photographing tho ill-fated
Planter, when Mr. Foster intimated
that ho was willing to pay him a
bonus on probable profits if ho al
lowed tho wreck to pass into oblivion.
Tin: boys at tho Itefornmtory
School aro'in clover. Yesterday tboy
received a present of a half doen
blits and balls fiom lion. John Cum
mings, and were ticatcd to a feast of
Chinese pie.-eived fruits and sweet
meats by Mr. C. Alee, Chinese Com
Tin: front of tho ltoyal Hawaiian
Hotel was gorgeous with colored lan
terns last evening, on the occasion of
a complimentary conceit tendeicd
tho guests by Gov. Doininis. There
was n gay throng on tho verandahs,
and tho music dispensed by tho
Hand, under Mr. Borgor's direction,
Was of tho usual excellent descrip
tion. Mit. .Schumann. has devised a new
thing in breaks, which does away
with tliu jolting caused by tho horse's
motion, apparently as well as thoox
pensivo patents with tho same object
imported from tho Eust. A vehicle
with the improvement ctm bo scon U
his shop on King street, nml can bo
supplied by him as cheap as the
cheapest old-stylo break.
Not long ago some chickens were
stolen from Marshiield, and this
morning one of the stolen birds was
seen in the market by the former
owner. Search was immediately
instituted for the thief, who was
found in a yard near the Chinese
Society house. The eulpiit is a
Chinaman, as might be supposed,
and is now locked up in the Station
Fkom the time of the leceipt of the
telephone message fioni Mr. Heiger's
house, till Engine No. 2 was along
side tho hydrant, ut the late burning
of Mr. Wiilcimtmi'ri house, only M
minutes clapped. If all the engines
could bo thawn by horses, like this
one, the biigade's ellleiency would be
enhanced in a manifold degree.
Engine No. 1. played through lliOO
feet of hose at the late the, and tho
water was thick with mud.
Tin: brig Allie Howe, now lying in
the stieam, cost Mr. E. C. Howe, the
owner, the fabulous sum of -I'-10 ,000.
Messrs. Freeth & Peacock hold a
mortgage on the vessel for !f 51,500, and
to-day they announce a foreclosure.
They have been relieved of tho
agency of the brig, anil Mr. Eowe,
although stating that he is almost
financially swamped by mismanage
ment of tho all'airs, does not yet de
spair. He says that in two trips the
vessel would earn enough to cover
tho losses of her last voyage, and that
she will not wait long for a charter.
Mil. John S. Walker, insuier of
the schotiiier Domitila, says bo will
send no vessel for the remains of the
schooner; that it is no business of
his but of the Pacific Navigation Co.,
'agents, or .Mr. Paiko, owner of the
Domitila. They have, it is said, no
intention of sending for tho wreck.
The insurance money has not been
paid because the loss of the schooner
lias not been pi oven. So, as far as
known, the eapsi.cd vessel will con
tinue to llo.it about, a danger to
navigation, until some enterprising
hkippor brings her to port with a
claim for salvage.
At a special meeting of the stock
holders of the I liter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., hold yesterday, it
was decided to have another steamer
built as soon as possible. Mr. T. It.
Foster, piesidcnt of tho Company,
leaves about the 15th inst. for Port
Ulakely via San Francisco, to make
arrangements for the building of u
steamer. She will not bo quite as
largo as tho Planter, but Huiliciently
so tt use tho machinery of the lost
steamer and to fulfill all necessary
reipiiionients on her route. Sho will
bo built at Port Ulakely and is ex
pected to bo hero in about four
Tin: sale of calabashes, leis, ka
hilis, etc., to-morrow, by E. P. Adams
it Co., at tin; late residence of Queen
hinina, calls for more than usual
attention. A largo number of ladies
visited the place this morning anil
appeared much interested in the
feather leis and cocoanut calabashes
set in silver, present from Her Maj
esty (Jut-en Pomaio of Tahiti to II.
M. Queen Emma. An especial inter
est, was excited by a beautiful real
Cashmeio shawl embroidered with
gold, which was piesonted to the
ipioon by an East Indian princess.
Its value is saiil to be over $f00.
There are also some lino kahilis,
native mats and kapas, as well as a
great variety of calabashes.
PLEDGE-SIGNING IN LOUISVILLE.
Mr. William Noble, tho Loudon
temperance lecturer who has been
holding meetings, under tho auspices
of tho V. W. C. T. II. for tho past
two weeks, will Monday go to work
in Ohio. During his stay in this
city he t delivered twenty-eight lec
tures and spoke to 0,000 people. His
work was prolific of great good,
the temperance cause having been
strengthened by 700 new converts,
numbering neaily one hundred sub
stantial business men of the city ami
enlisting a goodly sprinkling of Chris
tian peoplu who liuvo heictofore been
inditrorcut respecting temperance
work. Tho recent revival has stirred
up renewed inteiest among the min
isters also, and the How J. K. Shan
non, of tho Trinity church, and tho
Kov. Mr. Collier, of tho church on
Eleventh and Walnut streets, are
taking unusual interest in tho cause.
They kindly offered their churches
for Mr. Noble's meetings, ami had
the gratification of seeing them
packed every night. Tho impetus
given tho temperance work will bo
taken advantage of, and meetings all
tho winter will bo hold regularly.
Tho mission wink of Stove Hol
conibc, in connection with the com
bined efforts of excellent people on
the outside, promises to drive many
nails into tho coflln of old King Al
cohol between this and spring.
Commercial, Louisville, Ky.
Mr. Noble may bo expected hero
early in March.
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
TIIK UXTItAIIITION CASH,
Tpkhiiay, Feb. Dili.
Before Jiulil, C. .)., McCully, J., and
His Ex. tho Chief Justice intimatoil
that the decision which the Court
imil reached in tlio caso of J. W.
McCaithy would bo road by His
Honor Jiintico Preston. After re
citing tlio stops taken and arguments
heard in the matter, and the dis-
clmrgo pio (orniti by His Honor
Justice- Preston of tho writ of ljnhcits
corpus in order that an immediate
appeal might ho taken, which appeal
came on the (Sth inst., the. Court pro
ceeded to consider tho several points
set forth; tho conclusion of all which
is: Wo therefore are of opinion it is
siilllciently proven that the petitioner
is a fugitive from justice. We there
fore dismiss the petition and remand
tho prisoner to tho custody of the
Marshal, costs to bo paid by the petitioner.
linns Petersen pleaded guilty to
selling liquor without a license, and
was lined -floO and .$51 costs. Mr.
Ward appeared for him.
Tim Hodsou had .f(i to pay for
Uliiilu was lined $.", with 151.510
costs, for lefusing to place his hack
in the regulation position at the
skating-rink, when oitlered to do so
by the police.
Lnu I'ung Chew, for assault ami
battery on Chun Chow, got 15 days'
imprisonment at haul labor, with
costs !f!t. 10. Appeal noted.
Ed. Pinaio, a disturber of the quiet
of tho night, forfeited $10 bail.
Aleka and Halckaua pleaded not
guilty to assault and battery on Le
Quiii. Tho latter was discharged,
but Aleka got -18 hours' haul labor,
with !?2.fi0 costs.
Fiti:sii Mince Pics daily from and.
after date at Mellcr & Ilalbc's Con
Funsii Cream Cakes and Eilairs
daily from and after date at Mellcr
& Ilalbc's Confectionery. "177
Valkstint. day is near at hand,
and we are almost giving them away.
Call early and select from a good
variety at King Bros.' Art store,
Hotel struct. 1(1 Gt
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 2U0.
IMIE adjourned annual Meeting of
JL the Hawaiian Hamio Company
(Limited) will bo buhl at tho oillcu of
A. J. C.tiiwright. Esq., Kaaliuiiiaiui St.,
on MONDAY, Fcbruarv 15, 1880, at 10
o'clock a.m. W. F. ALLEN,
to lw Sccrctnry.
THE 'LADIES' BENEVOLENT SO--CIETY
will hold their regular
monthly social on THURSDAY EVEN
INU in Fort Stieet Church Vestry.
There will be a short musical and liter.
ary piogrammc, beginning promptly at
7:0, and followed by the sale of ico
cream. MRS. WM. W. HALL,
10 4t Secretary.
Calashes & Mats !
By order of A. J. Curtwriglit. Esq.,
Executor of tlio Estate of Her Majesty
Queen Emma, wo will sell, at the resi
dence, corner lleretanla and Nuuanu St.,
On Wednesday, Feb. JLOlli,
nt 10 a.m., a largo lot of
Calabashes, Native Kapas,
LulsMats and Small Knbllls.
There arc over 200 Cahibaslies, made
of u variety of island woods, such as
Kou, Cocoanut anil Ko,i, and In diller
cut styles and sizes. Tho Cocoanut
C.ilahivdics upon Silver Stands, present
id lo Her late Majesty by members of
tho ltoyal Family of Pontine, Queen of
the Society Islands, are very interesting
as ctlrioshli'H and also as mementoes of
tS" An opportunity for examination
of the ubove will bo afforded tho day
beforo the sale from II a.m. until 4 p.m.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
22.T 0 tu-thii-sat ' Auctioneers.
MO Per Cent.,
For Sale, at Low Rates, liy
H. HACKFELD & Co.
ALL persons having any claims
ncalnst mo aro herobv requested
to present tho sumo to WM. CHILTON,
at his barb'er shop, on Fort street, before
March 10th next, and all persons in.
debted to mo aro requested also to pav
tlio sanio lo tho above-named Win. Chil
ton. And all persons arc hereby further
cautioned not to negotiate any notes
lieretoforo mudo by mo; and also not to
trust any ono In my niiiuo without my
Honolulu, Fob. 2, 18SU. , 41 2w
WHOSE desirable promises, No. 1)1
X lleretanla Street. Home contnlns
parlor, 3 bedrooms, dining room,
kitchen, bath and stoic rooms, also, a
detached Cottage containing 3 rooms.
In.piire at No. iW lleretanla Street. -10 tf
St. Paul Kaihvay,
The G-reat ShortLine.
K. KISTIiKIt, Agent.
Havo just received, per Zealand!!!,
Glioice Butter on Ice,
Boxes Block Codfish, Eastern,
New York and California Clitc-e,
Young America and Lliuburg Checc,
A choice lot of Jlloateis lor blcakfast,
Whittakcr Star Hams,
D.ipcc Hams and Bacon, new packing,
in cr.Ues and bags,
Fclalunm Potatoc, In crates and bags,
Sllver-skiu Onions in ciates,
A large assortment of Cereals, &c, &c.
Also, la stock, a small lot of
New Zealand Oats.
ALT, persons having claims against
II. 11. II. LILIUOKALANl will
please present them at once (with Items
and dates) to her agent.
ALEX. J. CAUTWKIGHT.
Honolulu, Feb. a, 18S0. 4i! !Jw
Election ol Oilicers.
AT the Annual Meeting of the C.
Brewer Company held this day,
the following gentlemen were elected
for thu ensuing year:
Mil. P. C. Jo.nus President
Mu. P. C. Jonks Manager
Mil. J. O. CahiKu Secretary
Mil. J. O. Gaktkii Treasurer
Coi.. W. F. Ai.lkn Auditor
Directors Hon. Chas. It. Bishop,
Missrs. Sam'l C Allen mid Henry
JOSEPH O. CARTEK,
Scc'y C. Browcr & Company.
Honolulu, Feb. 4, 1S80. 44 lm
Election of Oilicers.
AT tho Annual Meeting of tho Ha
waiian Agricultural Company
held on the 21st January, the following
otliccrs were elected to serve for the cur
Ho.v. Ciiab H. Bisuoi' President
Ala. S.vh'Ii C. Am.i:n Vice-President
.Mn. P. C. Jo.vi.s Treasurer
Mn. Josia-n O. Cautkii Secretary
Mu. Tom May Auditor
Directors lion. C. I . Bishop, Mr. S.
C. Allen and Mr. P. C. Jones.
J. O. CAUTEH,
Scc'y Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 18b0. 82 lm
Election of Oilicers.
the Annual Mcctinc of tho East
Maui Plantation Company, held
on the 20th January, 1880, tlio following
oilicers were duly elected for the cur
Cot,. Wm. P. Ai.i.bn President
J. En. Hoffmann Vice-President
P. C. Jones Secretary & Treasurer
Coi,. Wm. P. Ai.lkn Auditor
Director: Col. Win. P. Allen, Hon. C.
It. Bishop and P. C. Jones.
J. O. CAUTEH,
Scc'y pro tern E. Maul Plantation Co.
AVING been appointed by the
Supreme Court In Probate tem
porary Atlmiiitstrators or the instate ol
Allium, otherwise Lcong Tat Plo, late of
Wulalua, of the Iilauil of Oahu, de
ceased, wo hereby notify all creditors
of the said Ahuna lo picacul their
claims against the said Estate, and all
persons owing lo tho suld Estate to
make Immediate payment tons, at the
olllco of M. S. Gruthuutu & Co., In
Honolulu. January 111, lb80. . 27 4v
In Bond or Duty Paid.
A Very Choico Lot, Frosh and Full.
The Uestjln the Market.
HOLLISTER & Co.
Brewer & Co.'s Lino of Boston
Shippers? will please lake notice that
tho fine Bark
Will tall fiom Bts-tou for this port on
or about APRIL 1st next. For parti,
cubirs apply to
C. BREWEE & Co.,
Or to OIIAS, BKEWER & Co.,
.Ml) 8m J 27 Kllby Street, Boston, Mass.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent,
Real Estate Agent,
s Steatnshln Avcnt.
Great Burlington Uuliioid Aiguut
i.J)'lL"LIM'L"'J' . i
SAN FRANCISCO, January 13, IStG.
Messrs. W. 1J. Wilslilro & Co., Agents
MacNEALE & URBAN SAFES,
206 California Strool, San Franoisco, Cal.
Osnti.i mi:n: In icply to your i.iipiirj concerning the opening of the Burglar,
proof Chtst In the saio In tho ollloe of tho Clerk of the Supremo Court now so
well knou-r im THE Mi GARTH Y SAFE 1 will say that I took charge of thu
ofilei' on Wi ilncsiliiy, the Otli inst. For si me days previous unsuccessful attempts
had been made by various experts t. plcl .lie lock. On Thursday, further, similar
efloitu were made, with the Mime t'-itill, ly Mr. Ensign and oilier noted experts,
ALL OF WHOM FINALLY DECLARED THAT THE LOCK COULD NOT
BE PIOICKD, ami that the safe mii-t be opened by force.
On Friday I employed the export of one of your competitors, who did faithful
and hoiiu-t work for that lmrnose.
On Saturday morning work was bugui.,
DAYS AFTER, the expert succeeded in dti
I consider it was an extraordinarily i -were test, much beyond what a burglar
coul I possibly employ under any ci cum- 'inccs., and can assure It has inspired me
with the highest confidence In the .'curl y of your Burglar-Proof Safes, and thut
YOUR LOCK'S ARE PlOIC-l'ROOF ACUNST TIIE BEST EXPERTS.
Aftei working for tome hours on the lock, one expert said he hud found that
V was one letter' and another that C was one. On examination, neither of these
letters appealed in thy combination, Yor.-s trulv,
I'J. D. Sl'ENt'ER, Clerk of Supreme Court.
36Sr;rriie above was a No. 8 MacNEALE it URBAN Fire and Burglar Safc.J J
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
lias just opened out ;i large and carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Custom-Made Clothing, and Hots and Caps
In all tlie Latest Styles ana" Patterns.
t3T Particular attention is called to an elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
T. O. Box 207.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
S7 mul H Hotel Lroct,
Just received, ex O S S Co.'s steamer St. Paul,
Apples, Pears, Dried Figs, Dried Dates, Dried Apples,
Dried Peaches, Dried Cherries, Dried Titled Plums, Dried Prunes, Swiss Cheese,
Oregon Cream Cheese, Edam CIicosi, CaJii. Cheese, Smoked Sausages, Smoked
Tongues, Smoked llccf, Soused Toi gues, Kits Salmon Bellies, Kits Mackerel,
Kegs Hunkers, Cala. SaltPoia. K03.S C.U.i. Family Corned Beef, Kegs Salt
Water Cucumbers, Kegs Bauer Kraut, Kegs Holland Hcrriugj,;Slqily Lemons,
Eastern Codfish, Boneless Codfish, Siono Jars Soused Pigs Feet,
A Jf ico Assortment of Biscuits,
Graham Wafers, O.itcn Flake, Sea Ffim 'Wafers, Peaok and Frean, Raspberry
Wafers, Burton fc Geisters Sidad I il, Durct Balad Oil, Crosse & Blacltwell's
Salad Oil, Cala. Olive Oil, Russian Uardelles, Russian Caviar, French Killing
Chocolate, Instantaneous Chocolate,
A Fino Lot of Cala. Potatoes and Onions,
29 All of which nru offered at low prices. 'I
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing A'Jont-
My most faithful attention will bo
given for tho
Purchase ot Merchandise '
lu Honolulu for the residents of Ihn
t!9J several Islands of this group.; ly
Honolulu, IT. I.
Custom Houso Broker,
Manaircr Hawaiian Onern limine.
Fire and Life Insurance Agent,
i mi i. ct
, and this morninc (Wednesday) FOUR
lung tiirougn tiie tioor anu opening tlie
C. O. BERCER,
General Agent for the Hnaiiau Islands.
Estate of T. E. Krouso.
rpiIE undersigned, having been elect.
JL ed assignee of thu above estate,
hcrtfby rccpiests all persons indebted to
this estate to pay immediately, ami all
pcrnons having claims agulnst this
estate to semi their bill Immediately to
T. R. LUCA8.
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 1830. 38 3w
No. -1 AtlnniH Iiime.
Hats dyed and pressed,
Feathers cleaned and curled,
Nntlvo straws sewed in all tlie latect
Lessons given In thlrty.slx kind of
fancy work, with drawing and painting.
Orders taken for all kinds of embroil
ED 1 73.