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WEDNESDAY, FKB. 10. 188u7
OUKAXIU H. S. CO.
St. Paul, from San Francisco, Feb. 0.
3Irlpovn, from Colonics for San Fran
cisco, Feb. 12.
Zealandta. from San Fraiielco for Syd
ney. Fi'b. a.
Australia, from Sydney Mr San Fran
cisco, Feb. li.
Sehr Kawallaul from Koolau
lIKtnu Kurcka from San FrancNco
Bgtnu Uourtney Ford from Xewentlc,
X S W
Scbr Eiiimii from Olnwnlu
Sehr Kiilainami from K'obulalelu
Bktnc Wiestler ficiiu ..Vow castle, X S W
Stmr Wuhuanalo from Walmanalo
Scbr Calerlua from Wnlinatmlu
Sehr Hob Hoy from Koolau
Ship Sumatra from Xeweatle
SS St Paul from San FranoUco
Ilk Lady J.ainpson for San Francisco
Uktne DNcovery for San Francisco
Scbt Wuilolu for Jlnllko
Scbr Wahnahi for llouomu
llktne Ella for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Scbr Kiilainami for Kobolalele
Scbr Jtuli Hoy for ICoolau
Scbr Kawallaul for ICoolau
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Virginia, Pettlgrow
llktne Mt Lebanon, XeUou
Brig Allle Howe, Phillip
Bk Chllenu, DuUe.s
Scbr Canute, Jnhaiina"cu
For Kauai and Xllbau. ncr stmr Iwa-
lanl. Feb!) Ills .Ex Gov I' P ICanoa,
His Kx lion 1'aul Xcumaiin, Ills Honor
A F Jiuld, W L Holokablkl, Judge ICua
hau, Walter MoHrvdo, MN Molllo
Jlu-b, James W Bush, O Fiirneaiix, O X
"Wilcox, II H Smytbe, Charles K Kabue.
and about 00 deck.
For Kabulul and Kaunakakal, per
stmr Llkellke, Feb 0 Colonel W F
Allen, l'.C.Iones, .lr, Captain A Fuller,
E II llalley, wifu and daughter. A II
Smith, lion A P Pauhaole. U I' Wilder,
SSelig, . lames Hinds, F Baldwin, .MNs
Slay Halilwln. and about 70 deck.
For'llilo and wav ports per steamer
Kluau, Feb!) Ills Kx (Jov.I O Doini
nls, Mrs II M Whitney. .Mrs W W CJood
ale, Mrs II Cornwell, O I ICamauoha.
W II White, W II Cuminlng. MNs
Hart. .Mrs O F Halt, Mrs W II Holmes,
.Mrs Malcolm Urown, J H Miles, Capt
J Hoss, Kuv A O Forbes, C W Spitz, M
II. Miss I) IColomoku, W Wight, and SO
For San FrntieKeo, per bktne Klla,
Feb 10 J Magoon.
Mr Cameron, lately chief olllccr of
the Lehua, has been appointed mate of
The bark Chllena Is at Brewer's
.wharf, and the Mount Lebanon has
moved off to the Fish Market. The
latter vessel will shortly sail for Hong
kong with Chlnoe passengers.
Thu scbr Mary Dodge will wait the
arrival of the St l'aul for orders.
The scbr Kinma brought 000 bags of
sugar fio m Olowalu till morning.
Tim Ilk Lady Lampoon Milled thU
morning for San FrancNeo with 11,C1(!
bags of sugar, 2,000 dry hide-, ami !l
bales of goat skin. Value S71.015.78.
The Klla sailed this morning for San
Francisco with 7,177 bags of sugar,
valued at $:IS,():I5.74.
ThoDNeovciy sailed this afternoon
for San Francisco with 10,08" bags of
sugar, (WO bags of rice, 10 casks of iperm
oil and 115 bills of mobiles. Vnliiu
The ship Sumatra. Capt Olsen, ar
rived this afternoon from Xew castle,
NSW, with 1,125 tons of coal on the
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Ilui.i.r.Ti.v siuiiniary to-morrow.
A iihikk old trade
wind blew last
PjUykk-mi:i:tino at thu Bethel ves
try this evening.
Tin: St.I'aul is coining into port as
wo go to press.
Tiik steam roller is running again
at thu boat landing.
S. S. Australia is
due from thu
Tiikuk will be a meeting of tho
Fire Department to-morrow evening.
Ei.Di:u llealoy will thin
discuss, " Was Christ tho
IIo.v. A. S. Clcgliorn is acting Gov
ernor of Oaliu in tho aliM'iico of Gov.
" 1)i:i'initi:ni:hh " will bo thu subject
at thu Fort Street Church prayer
Tin: Qtieon gives u garden party at
tho Falaco on Fiiday, in honor of thu
Cim:r Justice .ludd and Attorney
Guuovul Neumann lmvo gone to tho
Fourth Circuit Court on Kauai.
Uoh.8 aro i-aid to bo very prevalent
in town just now piobably tho had
blood of tho election coming out.
A. article on tho fouitli page fhows
that the Union-Oceanic mail contract
wuh still in tho balance in Now South
Wales at last accounts.
Lr.wiH it Co., Hotel htrect, will lmvo
a line line of California fresli fruit,
tish ami vegetables by tho St. Paul,
nutl tlio early bird will lmvo tlio IIibI
Rkv. Ulo. Wallace will conduct
the devotional inoeting at St, Au
di cw's Cathedral this evening, and
the choir will lmvo rehearsal after
ward. . -- . . .
J. liYOXit will hold his regular cash
sale to-morrow, at 10 a. M. BcBides
tlio usual assortment of general mer
chandise will be told a lino lot of
Mexican middles and new buggy
harness, etc., etc.
Tin: Honolulu Hides are attending
drill in goodly numbers and witli re
newed zest. "Next Fiiday afternoon
the Killes have their first target
shooting piactice on I'unehliowl
range. The company lias pioposcd
a promenade conceit to tako place
I'oon at Central l'ark, which pio
uiUcs to bo a brilliant evenl.
Tin: item in yesterday's issue about
the Intei-Island Steamship Com
pany's all'airs was inaccurate. At its
meeting the Company decided to
liitynnother steamer built, without
lefcience to the loss of the l'lanter.
She will be chiefly a freight boat, and
31 r. Thos. It. Foster goes to San
Francisco to contract for her build
ing. The other idea that of gutting
a substitute for the l'lanter, and one
that tlio machinery of tlio lost boat
will suit if recovered was only men
tioned to our icporter as a probabi
lity and has yet to be decided by the
Company. It is likely that no tinio
will ho lost in getting a substituto for
the Planter, whether the machinery
of the latter is saved or not.
.Iust received a new lot of Madeira
Kinbioideiy, and Crochet Work, at
Uonsalves it Co., iso. hi Hotel
Vaixstixi: day is near at hand,
and wc are almost giving them away.
Call early and select from a good
variety at King Bros.' Art store,
Hotel street. -1G Gt
DEATH OF MR. HENRY CORNWELL.
The schooner Emma arrived this
morning from Olowalu, with tlio sad
tidings of tho death of 31r. Henry
Cornwell, who, after a lingering ill
ness, expiied at noon Sunday last, at
his residence, Waikapu, 3Iaui. 3rr.
Cornwell was an old lesident here
who had many friends, and was noted
for his iuteicst in the improvement
of horso stock on the Islands. 3Ir.
Cornwell came from Brooklyn, X. Y.,
some 25 years ago, and was at death
about 0-1 years of age. For three
years after his ariival ho kept a meat
market on King street, where 31 r.
AValler now keeps a similar place.
Afterward ho went to Waikapu with
his biotber-in-law, .Mr. .lames Lou
adii, to engage in sugar-planting,
upon his partner's death succeeding
to the solu ownership of tho planta
tion. SSrJ?0:E COAX !
Housekeepers take notice I
JClie Xiest Lot
Ever brought to this Slarkct. For sale
In quantities to suit by
CASTLE & COOKE.
WINDMILL, 10ft. diameter, com
nlcte, with Composition Pump and
Frame-work, Mft. high. 1 1,000-gallon
Wooden Tank (nearly new) and Frame
for Mime, 7ft. high, all in good oidcr.
Also, :!00 lect, more or less, of Gal.
vanl.ed l'ipe, second hand. Apply to
llui.i.KTl.N Olllcc. tlfJ i!w
L. B. S.
rpiIE LADIEd' BENEVOLENT SO
X CIETY will hold their regular
monthly social on THURSDAY EVEN
ING in Fort Stiett Church Vestry.
There will be a short musical and liter
ary programme, beginning promptly at
7:!j0, and followed by tho sale of ico
cream. 3IKS. WM. W. HALL,
1(5 -It Secretary.
A LL net sons haviiu: any
1. atrainst me are hereby icmicstcd
to present the same to WM. CHILTON,
at his barber shop, on Fort street, beforo
31arch 10th next, and all persons in.
dohtcd to mo are requested also to pay
the same to the above-named Wm. Chil
ton. And all persons aro hereby further
cautioned not to uegotlato any notes
heretofore made by mu; and also not to
trust any one in my name without my
Honolulu, Feb 2, 1880. 41 3w
Wood and Coal Itlercliaut,
No. 82 . King Street. Telephone .
Number, In both Companies, 187.
Wood and Coal Orders am hereby
solicited, and will bo delivered at any
locality within the city limits.
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle
Coal and Charcoal.
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed anil Split,
alwavs on hand, and sold in
234 Humilities to suit. tf
XuKliiouuUle ClouU unci
Corner of Ahikca ic King SIb.
Foathors Cleaned and Dyed.
THE business heretofore enrried on
unil ir tlits firm name nl Lyons &
Cohen la thU day dLsolvcd by mutual
consent, L. L. Cohen retiring, and J.
Lyons nirryluir on the business as here
tofore, who will nssuma all nubilities of
saldllnn, and who is alono aiithori.cd
to collect nil outstanding debts.
L. L. COHEN.
February 8, 1886.
Referring to the above, .1. Lyons begs
to icturn bis thanks to all his friends
and customers for tlio kind patronage
hitherto bestowed on the lute firm, and
he now hopes for a continuance of
same. J. LYONS.
February 3. 1S8C. 473t
Val'ble Stock !
Woodlawn Dairy & Stock Co.
t Thorough-bred Holstcln Bull,
"Dutchman," !l years old, will weigh
about 1.S00 lbs.
1 Holstcln Bull, 12 months old,
"Hercules Second," sired by Judge
McCully's Imported Holstcln "Her
culcs," dam, a largo line graded Hoi
Mein cow Imported from California.
Dam has given 4 libs, of milk In a day
in this country.
1 Holstcln Bull, 9 months old,
"Alax." This lino thornugh.brcd Hoi
stein was sired by "Hercules," dnm
We also have several graded Holstcln
Hulls from 2 to 8 mo-,, old.
This is a rare opportunity olTcrcd to
stook.rabers to secure uMipcilor breed
of cattle. Stock men in America claim
that for beef, milk, and butter they arc
superior to any other class of stock.
We have recently Imported 3 thor
mgh.brcd Holstcln Hulls from Syracuse,
N. Y. The-u animals arc lelatcd to the
tlnest dairy stock in the world, viz: the
The best cow in this family at 0 years
of age made the following milk lecord:
84?.,Tbs. in one day, 2,302J:jIbs. in one
month. 18.C01 1G-10 lbs. in one year end.
lug March 25, 1885.
Applications made for bull calves from
these superior animals will receive our
attention. Wo are agents for Smiths,
Powell tfc Lamb, anil arc prepared to
take orders for stock to be imported
from them. Wo have open catalogues
of their stock, which wc' shall bo pleas
ed to furnish upon application.
Wc have also been appointed agents
to take orders and scl' cattle and horses
from the well known ranch of Gov.
Lclnnd' Stanford, Vina, (Jul. Uoverror
Stanford has been importing lrom
Smiths, Powell & Lamb thorough-bred
Holstclns by the car-load, paying as
high as $1,500 each fr cows.
WOODLAWN DAIUY & STOCK Co.,
Address A. L. Smith, Scc'y.
Holsteiis 1 Beet.
As proof of the superiority of Hol
stclns as beef cattle, we call attention
to the following statement:
In the winter of ISSt and 1885, we
caued to be slaughtered tho recorded
Holstcln bull Syracuse (S'.'J), calved
April yltb, 18S2; the recorded cow
Signet (1817), calved April (lib, 18S0,
and Little Wonder (178), calved 31ay
14th, 18S0, with the following result:
Syracuso weighed, alive, on
day of killing 2,200 lbs.
Dressed beef 1,430 lbs.
Kougb tallow 120 "
Per cent, of dressed bref . .02. 1 1
Per cent, of offal 'JO
Signet weighed, alive 1,470 lbs.
DicmhI beef 015 lbs.
Hide 70 "
Itoiigh tallow 120
Per cent, of dressed beef. .OJ.'.U
Per cent, of offal 21
Little Wonder weighed, alive.. 1,I'J lbs.
Dres-cil beef 7Hl lbs.
Hide 78 '
Hough tallow 121 '
Per cunt, of diessed beef.. 52.0:1
Per cent, of offal M
Syracuse and Little Wonder bad not
been fattened for beef, and Signet we
had fed for somu time, but .-be was not
what beef men would rcirard fat.
Taking everything Into consideration,
wo think tlili shows decidedly to the
advantage of HoNtelus as beef'aiilnials.
Tho butchers that purchased and cut
ill) the carcasses of Signet and Little
Wonder' send us the following strong
testimonial as to the (piality of these
two cows :
SviiACUSK, X. Y Feb. 11, 1885.
3Ir.ssus. Smiths & Powki.i.s-
Gentlemen: -Wu were much pleased
with the two Holstcln heifers purchased
of you last month. Wu have been In
tlio meat business for the last tweaty
livu years, and have killed all grades of
cattle, thu best wo could llud In this
country, but never have wu had auy
that would equal in quality thou pur
chased of you. Wo have had a great
many compliments from the leading
families lit the city In regard to the
HoUteln beef. .
10 Warren St.
Thu imported Holstcln bull Ebbo, live
years old, was killed on the ltemhigtoii
Farm In Ca.enovla:
Weighed, alive, on day of kill
Dressed beef 1,i:i lbs. .
Hide iro "
Hough tallow 75 "
Per cent, of dressed beef.GSj
0 Per Cent.,
Fer Sale, at Low Rates, ly
H. HACKFELD & Co.
. 44 lw
rpilK adjourned annual 3lcctlng of i
X. the Hawaiian Hnmle Company i
(Limited) will beheld at tin: olllcc of
A. J. Cartwrlglit. Fail., Kiiahumanii St.,
on3IONDAY, February IB, 1880, at 10
o'clock a.m. W F. ALLEN,
10 lw ' Secretary.
St. Tnul Rull-vjiy,
The Great Short Line.
K. KISTlF.lt, Ai'iil.
Have Just recolved, per Zcalandla,
Choice Butter oil Ice,
Boxes Block Codfish, Eastern,
New York and California Chcce,
Young; America and Limbing Chcce,
A choice lot of Bloaters for breakfast,
Whittakcr Star Hams,
Dupco Hams and Bacon, new packing,
in 14 crates and bag,
Petaluma 1'otatocs, In crates and bags,
Silver-skin Onions in crates,
A large assortment of Cereals, &c, &c.
Also, in stock, a small lot of
New Zealand Oats.
ALL persons having cloims against
II. It. II. L1LIUOKALAN1 will
please present them at once (with items
and dales) to her agent.
ALEX. J CAimVniGHT.
Honolulu, Feb. a, 1880. 4'i 2v
Election of Oilicers.
AT the Animal 3leetlng or the C.
Brewer Company held this day,
the following gentlemen were elected
for the ensuing year:
31n. P. C. Joni:s President
Mil. P. C. .Ionks .Manager
31 u. J. O. Cakii:u Secretary
Mil. J. O. C.ini:u Ticasurcr
Col. "W. F. Ai.m:.v Auditor
Directors Hon. Chas. It. Bishop,
3Icssrs. Siim'l C. Allen and Henry
JOSEPH O. CAUTEH,
Sec'y C. Bruwcr & Company.
Honolulu, Feb. 4, 18S0. 44 lm
Election of Oilicers.
A T the Annual Sleeting of the Ho-
ux. wiiuaii Agricultural
held on the 21st January, the following
oilicers were elected to serve for the cur
Hon. Chas. It. Bishop President
Slit. Sam'i. C. Ali.ln Vice-President
3In. P. C. Jonks Treasurer
31 n. Josni'it O. Cauteii Secretary
3In. Tom 3Iay Auditor
Directors Hon. C. I.. Bishop, 31 r. S.
C. Allen and Sir. P. C. Jones.
J. O. CARTER,
Scc'y Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 1880. 2 lm
Election of Oilicers.
A T the Annual Sleeting of tho East
J. Slaul Plantation Company, held
on the 20th January, 1880, thu following
oilicers were duly elected for tho cur
Co i.. Wm. F. Ai.i.kn President
J. Eu. Hoitmann Vice-President
P. C. Jonks Secretin' & Treasurer
Cot.. Wm. F. Ai.i,i:.n Auditor
Director: Col. Win. F. Allen, Hon. C.
R. Bishop and I'. C. Jones.
J. O. CARTER,
Scc'y pro tern E. 3Iaui Plantation Co.
HAVING been appointed by tho
Supremo Court In Probate tem
porary Administrators of the Estate of
Ahuna, otherwise Lccng Tat Pio, late of
Waialua, of thu Llaud of Oahu, de
ceased, wc hereby notify all creditors
of the said Ahuna to present their
claims against the bald Estate, and. all
persons owing to the said Estate to
make immediate payment, to us, at thu
olllcu of 31. S. Oriiibaum & Co., in
Honolulu. January HI, 1880. 27 4w
lu Bond or Duty Paid.
A. Very Choioo Lot, Frosh and Full.
The Best in tho Market.
Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Lino of Boston
Shippers will please take notice lhat
thu tine Bark
Will fall from Boston for this port on
or about APRIL 1st next. For parti,
cuhirs apply to
C. BREWER & Co.,
Or to CHAS. BREW ER & Co.,
210 2m J 27 Kilby Street, Boston, Mass.
General Business Agent.
Real Estate A'cnt,
Wlldcr'a Steamship Agent,
Great Darlington itallioid A
SAN FRANCISCO, January 13, 1SS0.
ires.srs. AV. 1J. Wilsliiro & Co., Agents
MacNEALE & URBAN SAFES,
206 California Slreot, San Franoisco, Cal.
Gi.ntli mux: In reply to your Inquiry concerning the opening of the Burglar,
proof CliLt in the afc In the olllcc of the Clerk of the Supremo Court now so
well known as THE MCCARTHY SAFE I will say that I took charge of the
olllcc en Wi Incsduy, tbuiith Inst. For some days previous uniuccessful attempts
had been nnilo by various experts to pick the lock. On Thursday, timber, similar
efforts were made, with thu Fame result, by .Mr. Ensign and other noted experts,
ALL OK WHOM FINALLY DECLARED THAT THE LOCK COULD NOT
BE IMCKLD, and that the safe nui.t bo opened by force.
On Friday 1 employed the cxpcil of one of your competitors, who did faithful
and honest work for that purpose.
un Baiuroay morning worK wa iicguii,
UAib Ar'ifcif, tnccxi
kpert succeeded in
I consider It was an e.traordlnnrilv
could ios3iMy employ under any ciicumstrinccs, and can assure it has Inspircumt
with tho hi) best coiilldencc In the rocurl'y of your Burglar-Pronf Safes, and that
YOUR LOCKS ARE PICK-PROOF AGAINST THE BEST EXPERTS.
After working for somo hours on the lock, one expert Mild he had found that
V wis one letter' and another that C was one. On examination, neither of these
letters appeared in the combination. Yours truly,
J. D. SPENCER, Clerk" of Supremo Court.
tSr The above was a No. 8 31 acNEALE k URBAN Fire and Burglar Safe.
G. O. BERGER,
235 lm General Agent for the HaA-aliau Islands.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Hue just opened out a lrrgc and carefully selected stock of
Grant's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Ciistom-Sladu Clothing, and Hats and Caps
Iii all Oil Latest Styles aid Pattens.
13?" Pirticular attention is called to an elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
P. O. Box 207.
!! i -m
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
iiT mid 0 Hotel .SI reel,
Just received, ex O S S Co.'s steamer St. Paul,
Apples, Poars, Dried Tigs, Dried Dates, Dried Apples,
Dried Pciichco, Dried Cherries, Dried Pitted Plums, Dried Prunes, Swiss Cheese ,
Oret-ni Cream Cheese, Jsilum Miccse, uaw. unecsc, ainoacu sausage, dihokcu
Tongues, Smoked Beef, Sousul Tongues, Kits Salmon Bellies. Kits Mftckcrel,
Kegs Bunkers, Cala. Salt Po-k. Kegs C.il.i. Family Corned Beef, Kogs Salt
Water Cucumbers. Kees Saner Kraut. Keirs Holland Hcrrlns-i. Sicily Lemons,
Eastern Codllsh, Boneless Codllsh,
A Nice Assortment, of Biscuits,
Graham Wafers, Oaten Flakc-i, hca Foam Wafers, Peack and Frean, Ra'pborry
Wafirs, Barton t Geistcrs Salad Oil, Durct Salad Oil, Crosse & BlackwelPs
Salau Oil, Cala. Olive Oil, Russian Oardellcs, Itusslan Caviar, French Eating
Chocolate, Instantaneous Chocolate,
A Fine Lot of Cala. Potatoes and Onions,
All of which arc offered at low prices.
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Aoont.
42 Mercta! St., iielili.
My most faithful attention will be
given for the
Purchase of Merchandise
In Hon ilulu ' for tnu resident cf I io
'oOJ several Islunds of this group. 1
Honolulu, II. I.
istom Hnuso Broker,
3Ianagcr Hawaiian Opeia House,
Fire and Life Insurance Agent.
anil tills morning (vrciincsuny; UUK
drilling through the door and opening the
tnvnrn test, much beviind what a burclar
Stono Jars Soused Pigs Feet,
Estuto of T. E. Kronso.
rpiIE undersigned, having been elect.
JL ed assignee of tho above estate,
hereby requests nil persons indebted to
this estate to pay immediately, and all
persons having claims against this
estatu to bund their bills immediately to
T R I UCAB
Honolulu, Jan. 29, 1830.' ' 38 8w
1 AdaniH liime.
Hats dyed aud pressed,
Feathers cleaned nnd curled,
Native straws sowed In all the latent
Lessons given in thirty-six kinds of
fancy work, with drawing and palntlnr,
Orders taken for all kiuds of cmbrl"
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