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fit. Paul, fioin San Fianileo, Krli. !.
Jtniipcua, fioin Colonics for San Plan
ch eo, Pcb. 12.
Zeal.indln, fioiuSan Franulsco for Syd
ney, 1'Vb. L'.
Austiall.i, fiom Sjduey for Han Fiati-
"Co, Peli. ii.
Stinr Lclimi finin Windward Ports
.Stnir I)ov(tt fioin Pala
Sdir l.u.ilil fioin llanalel
Slinr l.cliu.i for Windward Poits
Hula Leahl for llanalel
.Sell i' Kiilatnaim for Kohol.dcl
Sehr Hob Roy for Koolan
Sehr Kavvatlaul for Koolan
Stmr Dow sett for Pala
vessels in port.
Uktiio Ml Lebanon, Xclson
Brig Allle Row o, Phillips
Sehr Canute, .Joliann:ipoii
Pi oni San Fi.incleco, pur ,S S St Paul.
Pub 10 Jin P llovvnid, Jll Alice
Walt. JIi.s F BOir. JIlMUir. Jin K 11
Rntnb, ' I, Hopper. W binllh, Mis
Hopper and child, W W Waincr. Mis
Route, MUs Alice 'remplcton. 0 Ifiivu
nagh, Jin Kavamigh and :i chlldien,.!
Cnlway, and '2$ Chinese.
The S S St Paul left San FrancUeo
JnntUstntt) a m; tint thieu dn.vs had
moderate J'W w huU and fog, next three
days had stiong S and SW winds with
rain, and a lough sea; thence to poll
,liad light southeily winds, paitl.illy
cloudy, with passing showers. Ai lived
in Honolulu, Peb. luth, :i p m.
Tho St Paul's cargo was l'J,8W pkgs
nidsc, 1 pkgs cxpios, and 8 bags mall.
The steamer Dowsett letuined this
motnliig f i oni Paia with 070 bags of
sugar. She sails to-night and will lc
t ii t it on Sunday.
The bgtne Scllua fioin Newcastle, X
S W, with coal, ycsiciday was lcpoited
as the Cotiitnuy Kind. The lint-named
vessel has gone to Kahulul todl'-ehaige.
The Jlaiy Dodge -will load for ban
Tho Vhglnia has been ohaitcied for
San FianeKco by Suhaefer to Co.
Sehr Kiilnmnuu bi ought 2,000 hags of
sugar. She sails this evening and will
eiulso for the Dumltila.
The BMne Wiestler brought USfl tons
of coal on the ship's account.
In Sloirx Rapids, Iowa. Januaiy 28lh,
Mis. A. 31. Palmer, mother of 3Ir. J. A.
Palmer of this city.
SUGAR AND RICE.
Suoah The local maiKct lemalns
unchanged In lellued. The best giade
of Hawaiian Maud yellows aie being
offered at 5 Je. The Xevv Yoi k nun ket
for all if lades of sugar has liiled dull,
and piiees have flintier declined. Spot
stocks have continued to deeiease. but
letluers have been In leeeipt of llbeial
supplies by diiectlmpoitations. Latest
mall advices f i oni Xevv Vol k state that
a prominent fcatuic in the law sugar
maiket there has been the. off ei lug fiom
London of Deiueiaia giades, and the
actual sales of about 1,C00 tons tiau
shlpiueut from a Itritlsb ioit, at a pi Ice
that Is said to bo below- the p.uity of
cun cut quotations in Xevv Yoik. The
liunoicd pilce is thought to be about
equal to lie. for IK) pciccut test ceutii
fugals, and since the sale, fuither lots
have been offeied at still lower piiees.
This has naturally dlstuibcd the maiket
for spot supplies, which has niled dull
and nominal. The new Cuba eiop has
been offeied on cost and fi eight tenns
and onecaigo Is lepmted sold at Ugc.
for OOpei cent. Latest tclegiaphle ad
vices of the 20th lust, quote Cuba cent! I
fugals 1)0 pet cent test at fie. & (i 1-1 Cc.
Jlarket dull but 111 in. Tlio continued
dullness In Xevv Yoik Is owing in a
gieat measure to the depiession of the
Loudon maiket, and the steady declin
ing prices theio. OnthoPJth Inst, the
quotations for Beets 8S peieent test was
14-0. On the 27th they had declined to
ll-:i, and latest cables of the 10th quote
pilcu at 14-2, and also state that all
Jiuropcnn and Poiolgu niaikets mo
dull and declining.
Itiui: Sales fioin recent an Ivals have
been made at 4JjO. net and ljje. IK)
dajs. With no lice near at baud, and
a slightly better demand, second lmld
eis are asking 4?fe. nVillkims,Dlniond
to Co.'s Cheular, Jan. 110.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tiik schooner Canute will piobably
bo put on the iiitei-islaud tiade.
Tin: Alameda is adveitised to leave
for this poit, on the
l'iu.vci:ss Liliuokalani holds her
icgular lcccption fiom thico to live,
JIu. Levey by mistake yestenlay
adveitised a gieat furniture sale for
Thuisday, 22nd, instead of 18th.
Evi:uy member of the Choial and
Quintette Club is lequested to bo
at the Gymnasium at 7 :!)() tliis even-
, Airiiou(in this is the last tiipof
the St. Paul to tliis poit, it is not yet
known what steamer conies hero in
()N Satuiday night at the YosUniito
skating link, a nice on skates will
takii place between Willie Lucas and
S, H. AiihiitAi.iA is announced to
nuhy in Ban Fiaueisco on tlio 21st,
to do which she ueid not get in heio
befoi batuiday night.
THJ3 BAHtf BUMMWTIN SUMMARY i HOtfOMJMT, H, I., THURSDAY STOttJABY U, W),
JJu PliiuUU.WiUii ii t'nllfovnln
Mining man, bus plesonted tlio Ha
waiian Museum wllh n quantity f
valuable gold quart. HpociniciiH.
Jilt. It. F. (SttAiti), foinieily purser
of the Mniiposa and latterly of the
St. Paul, is now fieight dork for tlui
Oceanic Company at Han Francisco.
A itAiMtoAD mil has been lying on
the footpatli, lietwcen Mossis. D.ivics
and Ooiisalvos' stoics, (Jueen stieet,
for some tiiue, catcliing lilts feet of
Tin: Courtney Foul fioin Now
castle, X. S. W.i in lived on Oats' bul
letin board yesterday, and was given
u berth in tlio Daily l)ui.i.i:n.v, but
since then nothing has been seen of
Tin: eonstiticlion of u landing at
Pai, i, Jlaui, by the Paeilic Navigation
Co. is under way. The stcaiuoi Dow
sett did not gut n full load of sugar
on account of a continual i.iin yes
teiday. Consui.-Ci:ni:uai. Iiwin is coming
on tlio City of Pekin, due next Sutui
day, with Japanese immigiuuts eoni
piising (5(51 men, 2!50 women, also
fit) sailois, and physicians and inter
preteis. Hy calling on Win. 3Iillcr, cabinet
maker, Hotel stieet, or looking in ul
the shop window, ornaments in fan
tastic shapes and antique designs can
be seen made of native woods, nKo
some handsomely wiotighl and pol
Jilt. . I. P. Uovvon, late of the Key
stone, will iceoho by the Steamship
Alameda u few handsome liilliaid
tables of new design called the
Ludcikianl. lie intends to open a
lirst-class billiaid hall ataneailydato
in a popular pail of the city.
An interesting celebration in honor
of the founder of the institution,
King Lunalilo, is anuounc'd to take
place al Ihu Lunalilo Home on S.itui
dny next. The Itoyal Hand will be
pie-cut, but a snill" of the mountain
breees is sulllcient object to diaw a
A shout piogramme will he given
at the ice cieam festival, Fort Street
Church vestry, this evening, consist
ing of piano and iolin duet by Jlrs.
Ilaufoid and Prof. Yaindley, a read
ing by Jlrs. Cruan, oeal duet by
JIis. 1'nty and Jlrs. Judd, and a reail
ing hy JIis. K..P. Adams. Tlio object
of the entertainment is to niiso funds
to complete furnishing the ladies'
Tiik Queen yesterday visited the
Kapiolaui Homo at the ISraneh Leper
Hospital, Kakaako. Jrr. Derger was
pieseut with the Itoyal Hand, and,
besides giving a vaiiety of aiis, ac
companied about fifty gills of the
Home in the singing of hymns. Her
Majesty was deeply impiessed with
what she saw, and expiessed her
gratitude to the Sisters for their devo
tion to the cause of her poor sullei
Jilt. John D. Spiookols was to havo
left San Franci'o on Jan. .'iOth for
the 15ast, to contract for the building
of another largo lirst-class steamer
for tlio Australian seivice. Tlio new
vessel is to bo -1,000 tons gross, I5G0
feet long, 42 feet beam, same depth
of hold as the Alameda, and fitted to
make the time of that vessel, if not
faster. She is to cost $000,000 and
ho completed in less than eight
months. On her arrival in the
Pacific, ono of the fleet will be used
solely between San Francisco and
Cii.viti.r.s JIaikai, David Pan, Levy
Samoi, Joseph Aka and George Jla
hiiii, the iivo natives who at great
peiil rescued the captain and ciew
of the Ameiican baikontino Hospo
lian, when that vessel went on thu
reef at Kahului, Dec. 11th last, are
to bo presented with a silver medal
and $20 each by the American Gov
ernment, in recognition of their
heioic conduct. Consul-Goneial Put
nam, having sent full paiticulars of
the occurience to Washington, has
received in leply instructions to the
Tin: Astor Housu lestauiaut is ap
paiently ill-fated. The establishment
was foinieily Hill by Jlessis. Hint
Jlios., who, after n pii'tty long but
not too piosperous pull, closed the
doois. Mi. Gr.innis succeeded only
for a shoit time, when again the
place was shut up. Then Air. Geo.
Cavaniigh tiied his luck, but shaied
tho fate of his piedeces-'ors, anil
lastly a Chinaman opened tho doors
with tho satisfaction of knowing that
a coolio could succeed in some cases
where a white man would fail; but,
alas, the inevitable fate camo and to
day the Astor House lestaurant is no
SALE OF QUEEN EMMA RELICS.
Thu sale yestenlay by E. P. Adams
to Co. of shawls, kahilis, nntivo mats
and calabashes at Queen Emma's late
residence was a very successful one.
The house was ciowded all day and
tho piiees lealued were such as to
show not only tho skill of the auc
tioneer, Jlr. Jloigan, but plainly de
nioiihtiato that in spite of liaid times
thero is plenty of money in town.
About 20 small kahilis were sold at
from $10 to $25 each. Tlio Cashmere
shawl vvunt to Jlr. Campbell at $175.
Ho was tlio piuchaser also of a yellow
silk shawl for $05. 31 1. Cummiugs
bought a beautiful shawl for $85, and
31r. Dreir a handsome white one for
$155. The kapas sold from $10 (o
$18 each. .Silver-mounted cocoanuts,
presents fiom Tahiti, biought fiom
$20 tn $2A iMi'lh Aloiil two huiulrcil
I'alnlmhhen wcie sold, realizing from
!ffi to Sr27.i(). The sale amounted to
over if 1,(500.
Vi:in-i:siay, Fob. 10th.
A. Oruiuper, !f(5, drunkenness; W.
Fish,. $!),20, di unk on his express, ho
being a licen-o drivei, and Napalm,
ifl I, and licened oidered (olio can
celled, for (he like otlensc; .1. Ncber,
lepiiinauded for assault and battery
on his wife.
The civil cases consisted of deser
tions fioin contract sen ice, all of
which wcie nettled out of court, ex
cept one Uilanui who was ordered to
TittmsDAY, Feb. 11th.
Hairy OadttiflO, assault and bat
tery. Kapaha (w.), impiisonmeut at luud
labor 10 days and costs .i!. 10, dcseit
ing her husband on the llrd inst, 1th
Ah Nee, $"(), costs $11 and haul
labor fit) tlays, ami Ah Pat, .ri0, costs
$1.20 and haul labor 20 days, having
opium in possession.
Chew Smg, haid'labor six months
mid cots $1, stealing fowls.
Kekukeko vs. Sam Wo, replevin for
clothes, tlamages !(.). Defendant ad
mitted he had the clothes, hut said
plaintiir owed him $1.25,011 payment
of which he would return them.
Judgment for return of clothing;
costs .f :i.:in.
.lohu Jlolokai s. I). Jlanaku, as
sumpsit for .iSl!.ll; judgment con
fessed. A. ICamaio Diew vs. I.uika Kelua
pumi, motion to slay the issuing of a
writ; Court consideied tlio motion
unnecessaiy, it appealing that the
costs were paid and tender Hindu to
plaintiir within live days after judg
ment. BUSINESS ITEMS. c
JtthT lcccived a new lot of Madeira
Embroidery and Crochet Work, at
M. A. Oonsalves & Co., Xo. 67 Hotel
Vai.entixi: 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 street. 40 Gt
Election oi OiHcers.
AT the Annual Meeting of tlio C
Brewer Company held this dny,
the following 'gentlemen were elected
for tlio ensuing year:
Jin. P. C. Jo.nks President
Jin. P. C. Jones Manager
Mn. J. O. GAiiTKit Secretary
JIu. J. O. CAUTr.n Treasurer
Coi.. W. F. Aixkn- Auditor
Directors Hon. Chus. It. Bishop,
Messrs. Sam'l C. Allen and Henry
JOSEPH O. CARTER,
Scc'y C. Brewer & Company.
Honolulu, Feb. 4, ISSli. 44 lm
ALL persons having claims against
II. H. II. LIMUOICALAN1 will
plcuse present them at once (with items
and dates) to her agent.
AliKX. J. CAIITWKIGHT.
Honolulu, Feb. 3, 1880. 42 2vv
Have just received, per Zcalandia,
dice Bitter 01 Ice,
Boxes Block Codfish, Eastern,
New York and California Cheese,
Young Amirica and Limburg Cheese,
A choice lot of Bloatcrt for breakfust,
Whittaker Star Hams,
Dupce Hanis and Bacoti, now packing,
in Yi crates and bags,
Pctaluma Potatoes, in crnles and bag'",
Silver-skin Onions in crate,
A largo assortment of Cereals, &c, &c.
Alto, in Ltouk, a small lot of
Hew Zealand Oats.
In Bond or Duty Paid.
A Very Choice Lot, Frosh and Full.
Thu Best in the Market.
Brewer & Co.'s Line of Boston
Shippers will pleusc tako notice that
tho line Bark
Will Fall from Boston fori this port on
or about APRIL 1st next. For parti,
culars apply to
C. BREWEE & Co.,
Or to OHAS. BREWElt & Co.,
'JIU 'Jm 27 Kllby Street, Boston, 31ius.
Till bU'itwsg heretofore carried oil
under thu firm name of Lyons to
Cohen In this diy dissolved by mutual
consent, L. L Cohen retiring, and J.
Lyons carrying on tlio business as here
tofore, who will assume all liabilities of
said firm, and who is alone nutliorl7cd
to collect nil outstanding debts.
isi .,,!. J.LYONS,
S18"cll! L.L. COHEN.
ltcfcrrlng to the above, J. Lyons begs
to leturn his thanks to all his friends
and customers for thu kind palrouugu
hitherto bestowed on thu late linn, and
lm now hopes for a continuance of
sainu. .1. LYONS.
Fobruory8. 1380. 47 3t
Val'ble Stock !
Woodlawn Dairy & Stock Co.
1 Thorough-bred llolstcln Bull,
"Dutchman." 3 years old, will weigh
about 1,800 lbs.
1 Holstoin Bull, 12 months old,
"Hercules Second," sired by Judge
iMcCully's imported llolstcln "Her
cules," dam, a large llnu graded Hoi
stein cow imported from Culifornlu.
Dam has given lllbs. of milk in a day
In this country.
1 Holstcln Bull, 9 months old,
"Aj.i." This tine tliorough-brul Hoi.
stein was sired by "Hercules," dam
We nlo havo sevcial graded llolstein
Bulls from 2 to 8 mos. old.
This is a rare opportunity ollcred to
stock.raisers to secure a superior breed
of cattle. Stock men In America claim
that for beif, milk, and butter they arc
superior to any other clas of stock.
U'e have recently imported 2 tlior-ough-brcd
llolstcln Bulls from Syracuse,
N. Y. Ihcso animals are iclatcd to the
finest dairy slock in tlio world, viz: the
Ihe best cow in this family at 0 years
of age made the following milk record:
8t;flbs. In one day, 2,30viIbs. In one
month. 18,001 10-l(. lbs. in ono year end
ing March 25, 188.'.
Applications made for bull calves from
tlie'c superior animals will receive our
attention. We are agents for Smiths,
Powell & L'tinb, and are prepared to
taku orders for stock to be imported
trrun then).. Wo hive open catalogues
of their stock, which we shall bu pleas,
cd to furnish upon application.
We have also been appointed agents
to take orders and sell cattle and horses
from the well known ranch of Gov.
Leland Stanford, Vina, Cd. Governor
Stanford has been importing from
Smiths, Powell to Lamb thorough-bred
Holstcins by the car-load, paying ns
high as $1,500 each for cows.
WOODkAWN DAI11Y to STOCK Co.,
Address A. L. Smith, Scc'y.
lolsteius tor Beet.
Aspioof of the supciioilty of Hol
stcins as beef cattle, wc call attention
to the following statement:
In the winter of 1S84 and- 1885, wc
caused to be slaughtcicd the recorded
llolstcln bull Syracuse (822), calved
Apill 21th, 18S.i the recorded cow
Signet (1817), calved Apiil Cth, I8H0,
and Little Wonder (17SS), calved 31ay
Hth, 1880, with the following lcsult:
Syracuse) weighed, alive, on
day of killing 2,2U0 lbs.
Diussed beef 1,130 lbs.
Hide 112 "
Hough tallow 120
Per cent, of dies-cd beef. .02.1 1
Per cent, of offal 2i!
Signet weighed, alive 1,170 lbs.
Dtcs-cd beef 1)15 lbs.
Hldu 70" "
ltougli tallow 120 "
Per cent, of diesscd beef . .02.31
Percent, of offal 21
Little Wonder weighed, alive.. 1,103 lbs.
Diesscd beef "til lbs.
Hide 7ri "
Kougli tallow.... 121 "
Per cent, of diesscd beef. .52.0.1
Percent, of offal 33
Sjr.icusu and Little Wonder bad not
been fattened for beef, and Signet we
bad fed for some time, but she was not
what beef men would rcgaid fat.
Taking eveiythlng Into coii'-Ideratlou,
we think tliis shows dccldulli- to the
advantage of Holstcins u beef animals.
The butcheis that pin chased and cul
up tho c.uc.isses of Signet nnd Little
Wonder' send us tho follow lug strong
testimonial as to thu quality of these
tw o cows :
Sinvcusi:, X. Y., Feb. 11, 188.-).
3Ii:ssits. Smiths to Powui.i.:
Gentlemen: Wo wcie much pleased
witli thu two llolstcln helfuis purchased
of you last mouth. Wu have been In
the meat business for the Inst twenty
live veins, and have killed nil grades of
cattle, tho best wu could II ml hi tills
countiy, but never have wo had any
that would equal hi quality those pur
chased of you. Wo havo had a great
many compliments from the leading
families In the city In legatd to the
W. &.I. FAOH,
4! Warren St.
Tho imported llolstcln hull Ehho, live
yeais old, was killed on the Keinliigtoii
Fat in In Cacuovla:
Weighed, alive, on day of kill
ing 2,2C0 1bs.
Dressed beef 1,313 lbs.
Bough tallow 7.') "
' Percent, of diesscd bcef,f8j
SO Per Cent.,
For Sale, at Low Bates, lii
H. HACKFELD & Co.
Pi o. uox 3io,
Ileal Estate Agent,
Wlldcr's Steamslilo Aitunt.
Great Burlington Hnllroiid Agent
iImi nl ilKTii Hi l il il i Till
SAN FltANClSCO, January 13, 1880.
Messrs. W. 3J. AVilshlro & Co., Agents
MacNEALE & URBAN SAFES,
206 California Strcot, San Francisco, Cal.
Os.mf.kmi'.v: In reply to your inquiry concerning the opening of thu Burglar,
proof Chest in thu safe In the nlllee of llie Clerk of the Supreme Court now so
well known as THE Mi GARTH Y SAFB I will say that I took charge of the
olllcc on Wednesday, thoOih tnst. For some days previous unsuccessful attempts
had been made by various experts to pick the lock. On Thursday, further, similar
efforts wen made, with the same result, by 31 r Knsign nnd other noted experts,
ALL OF WHOM FINALLY DLCLAHLD THAT THE LOOK COULD NOT
BE PICK BI), and that the safe must bo opened hy force.
On Friday I employed the expert of one of your competitors, who did faithful
and honest work for Unit purpose.
On Siturday motuiug work was begun, and this morning (Wednesday) FOUR
m i at ir.it, mo expert sueceeueu in
I consider it wiu an c.xtraordlnarilr
could possibly employ under any clicumstiiiices, and can asuru it has inspired mi
with the highest confidence in tho sucurity of jour Burglar-Proof Safes, and Unit
YOUK LOCKS Alti: PICK-PHOOF AGAINST THE BEST EXPEUTS.
After working for somu hours on thu lock, one expert said he had found that
' ..a r.... l..l.-I .7...1 !... .1.... "I ' " ' I.I. ..f .1
letters appeared in thu combination.
miij wuii ii iiw. mill iiuiiiuui iiuii j as
ter The above was a No. 8 3!.voNKALB to URBAN Fire and Burglar Safe.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a large and carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Custom-3Iadc Clothing, and lints and Caps
Ii all lie Latest Styles and Patterns.
C2T Particular attention is called to an elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
r. O. Box 2!)7.
LEWIS & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALEKS IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
or iinrt 1 Hotel Hr;ot,
Just received, ex O S S Co.'s btcamer St. Paul,
Apples, Pears, Dried Figs, Dried Dates, Dried Apples,
Dried Peaches, Dried Cherries, Dried Pitted Plums, Dried Prunes, Swifs Checso,
Oregon Cream Cliec.se, Eduin Cheese, Cala. Cheese, Smoked Sausatrus. Smoked
Tongues, Smoked Beef, Soused Tongues, Kits Salmon Bellies, Kits Mackerel,
Kegs Bunkeis, C da. Salt Pork. Kegs Cili. Faintly Corned Beef, Kegs Salt
liter Cuciunlers, Kegs S.iucr Kraut, Keg Holland Herring, Sicily Lemons,
Eastern Codtlsh, Bot.clcss CodlMi, Stone Jars Soused Pigs Fret,
A Nice Assortment oi" IJisenils,
Graham Wafers, Oaten Flake, Sea Foam Wafers, Pcack and Frean, Raspberry
Wafers, H irton to Gelsters Sal.ul Oil, Duret S dad Oil, Crosse to BlackwelPs
Salad Oil, Cala. Olive Oil, Russian Gardellcs, Russian Caviar, French Eating
Chocolate, Instantaneous Chocolate,
A Pino Lot of Cala. Potatoes and Onions,
All of which are ollured at low prices.
G. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Agent.
Metal St, toolD.
Mrmosl fnithful intention will ho
given for thu
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tlio residents of
39J several Islundu of this group.
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom llotiso Broker,
Maiiaucr Hawaiian Oueni House.
Fire and Life Insurance Agent,
ng through the door and opening tho
severe test, much bovond what a burclar
unu. vii uxaiiuuiuiuii. uuuiier ui uicsc
D. SPEKCElt, Ul.erk of Supreme Court.
C. O. BERCER,
General Agent for the IInvaiittn Islands.
Estate oi' T. E. Krouso.
rpiIE undersigned, having been elect.
X ed assignee ot thu ahovo estate,
hcicby requests all persons Indebted to
this estates to pay immediately, nnd ill
peons having claims against this
cstutu to send their bills immediately to
T. R. MJCA8.
Honolulu, Jan. 2, 1890. 38 3w
1 AdnniH Lane,
Hats dyed nnd pressed,
Feathers cleaned nnd curled,
Native Btiaws sewed In all tho Intent
Lessons given In tliirty.slx klndi of
fancy work, with drawing uudpalntlnr
Orders taken for all kinds of ombroT
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