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FRIDAY, FEU. 12, T88G
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Mariposa, from Colonics for San Fran
cisco, Feb. 12.
Alameda, from S.iu Francisco for Colo
nics, Feb. 20.
Australia, from Sydney for San Fran
cisco, hourly expected.
StmrKUaucallou fiom Windward Torts
Stmr .Tat Maker from Kauai
Whaler J A llowland from San Fran
cisco Stmr W G Hall from Windward Porto
Stmr Lohua for Windward forts
Schr I.cahl for llanalcl
Stmr Kllauea Hon for Windward Ports
SttnrJiiv Makec for Kauai
S S St Paul for San Francisco
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Virginia. I'ettlgrew
Bktiie- Alt Lebanon. XcNou
Brig Allle Howe, Phillips
Bk Chilean, Davles
Sclir Canute, .Iolianiia3rn
From Kauai, per Rtiur.lii Makee, Feb
12 T II Davles. It Catton, K lliekped
dlc, A K 11 Swift.
From Windward Potts per stmr V G
Hall, Feb 1L 1' C Jones, CI Alexander
and wife, I) M Crowley, A P Kalaukoa,
L Furner, O W Plllpo. .1 Monklimi!,
Miss Abeona, .Tas Smith. Mrs II Corn
well. Mr- Wlddellelil, Mrs K B Frlel.
Mrs 1) H Vlda. K Vamiouren,.! W Kiuil
moku and f0 deck.
Stmr Kllauea lion arrived this morn
ing from Windward. She brought 2.B00
bags of sugar from llakalau. and 1.123
from Onomea, also Hit head of cattle.
She sails to-morrow afternoon at four
Stmr .Tas Makeo brought 1.200 bags of
sugar this morning. Slie sails to-morrow
at 2 p in, for Walanau. Kllauea,
Hanalel and Knpaa.
The bktnc Mount Lebanon will sail
for Hongkong on Monday or Tuesday
The John Smith Is discharging near
the Llkellke wharf.
The whaler .1 A llowland arrived this
morning from San Francisco. She took
' 100 bill of sperm oil on the way and
tills afternoon set sail for a short cruise.
Stmr W G Hall brought 2,1178 bags of
In this city, on the 10th Int.. at St.
Audrew's Pro-Cathedral, by the Bight
Rev. the BNhop of Honolulu, Mr. Junius
K. Holt to Miss Helen K. Stlllman, both
of this city.
At the Queen's Hospital, February
11th, Thomas Magncr, a withe of .New
York, aged 118 years. Xcw York and
Sail Francisco papers, please copy.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
(Jurat stock salo by E. V. Adams
& Co. to-morrow.
The S. S. St. Paul sails for San
Francisco to-morrow at -1 1'. M.
"Prophecy now being fulfilled,"
the subject at the tent to-night.
It is the toss of a coin now whether
tlio Australia or the Mariposa will bo
the first to arrive.
Ai.ukaiiy one hundred Chinamen
have engaged passage for Hongkong
by the Mount Lebanon.
TiiKRR will ho n special rehearsal
of Fort Strcot Church choir at 7
o'clock this evening.
The Bishop conducts the usual de
votional meeting at St. Andrew's
Cathedral this evening.
Youno People's meeting at the
Bethel this evening, at 7 o'clock, Mr.
J. E. Bidwell piesuling.
TiiKftE will bo no concert at Emilia
Siiuaro to-morrow afternoon, the
Band playing at Lunalilo Home.
Mil. Smith, lately head freight
clerk of the Inter-Island Steam Navi
gation Co., lias icsigned his position.
Mimin at the Yosemito rink this
evening with dancing if desired. To
morrow night tlio Mullen-Lucas chal
lenge raco will take place.
Tin: steamer Kinau will not bo duo
hero till Sunday morning, as she was
to remain two days in llilo Bay load
ing sugar, of which slio will probably
bring about 10,000 bags.
"Tin: Tower of Hatinoi" is the
nanio of an ancient Chinese puzzle
to ho had at Oats' store. Unless one
is sharp enough to hit thu combina
tion, lie may work at tlio thing till
next election without solving it.
Manuel Do Silva, keeper of a
barber shop next to Cunha's saloon,
is laid up in hospital, which accounts
for his placo being closed. When
ever ho is well enough to resume
work, the shop will be re-opened.
Mit. Charles Broglio, formerly of
Broglio & Spear, jewellers, Honolulu,
is managing a stylish lunch loom at
Jacksonville, Florida, which uses
comic bills of faro as an antidote to
its green corn, ininee pies and succo
tash. At the trial of a Chinaman for
murder in St. Louis, one of the intor-
protors engaged 1 Mr. J. 8, Happor,
a theological student, eon of Rov,
Dr. llnppor, American missionary at
Canton, and brother of Mrs. F. V.
Damon, of this city.
Tin: auction sale of L. .1. Levey
this morning, of general merchan
dise, vehicles, horses and mules, was
largely attended. Two express wa
gons and a phaeton were sold at fair
prices. About 20 horses and mules
from Waitnunalo plantation wuro
also sold, at prices ranging from
$11.00 to iff.0.
Cait. Shopley, master of the
whaler J. A. llowland, that ariivcd
this moining from San Francisco,
was taken to tho Hospital on a
stretcher, lie is troubled with rheu
matism directing thu heart. The
whaler will cruise about the Islands
until after the arrival of the Ala
meda, when she will receive her
olllccrs anil sail for the Arctic.
Government mid other schools aro
closed to-day in honor of tin f'oionii
lion iiimiverMiry. Government Hires
aro closed, and there is a fine display
of bunting over the city and poit
the bark Chilcna making the finest
showing of Hags. At noon a royal
salute was fired from the Kakaako
battery. This afternoon Her Majesty
holds a gaiden party, that will doubt
less prove one of the most brilliant
ovents of the session.
Tin: meeting of the Firo Depart
ment was well attended last evening.
A member, who was charged double
faro by an expressman for taking
him to the late lire, thought the
iloaid should ask the Minister of the
Interior to regulate the scale of
charges in tlio matter of carrying fire
men on duty. Theie was a discus
sion, without definite result, on the
question of what was to bo done
when a company had mote than the
full complement of fifty members.
Mil. Strong has a sylvan piece of
Hawaiian scenery on view at King
Bros.' art store, and Mr. Tavernier a
gorgeous view of llilo Bay, with the
steamship Kinatt, in moonlight. At
the same place is hung a chart of the
Honolulu regatta course, drawn by
W. A. Wall from maps of tlio Govern
ment Survey. Anybody can see how
to win a race by consulting it. Just
get your boat round the spar buoy
first, and see that no other fellow's
craft catches up on the homestretch.
Tin: steamer Ivy Holmes, on her
way to Hawaii several days ago,
sighted the Domitila and took her in
tow. The steamer and wreck pro
ceeded slowly for about ten hours,
when a heavy swell set in and the
sea became rough. The prize was
let go, the Holmes steaming for Ha
waii, wlieie she met the Kilauca Hon
and reported the whereabouts of the
wreck. The Kilauca Hon on her re
turn to Honolulu cruised for the Do
mitila but saw nothing of her. The
captain thinks she might have been
turned over and sunk by high seas.
The Kilauca Holt also brings news
of exceedingly dry weather.
GOUNCIL FOR ORDINATION.
An ecclesiastical council, composed
of the pastors and lay representatives
of Fort Street, Bethel Union, Kawai
ahao and Kaumakapill churches,
with Iiev. A. O. Forbes, Rev. Dr.
Hyde, Rev. Dr. Bingham and Rev.
L. Smith, will be held to-morrow in
the Lecture Room of Fort Street
Church, at 2:110 o'clock i. m., for the
purpose of examining Mr. E. N.
Dyer, ot Koliala, for ordination to the
ministry. The proceedings will bo
public, and will doubtless be very in
teresting. Should Mr. Dyer's exami
nation exercises prove satisfactory, a
public otdinatiou service will be held
in Fort Street Church, the satno
(Saturday) ovening, at 7 :!10 o'clock.
The principal parts of thu Ordina
tion Service will bo as follow : Ordi
nation Sermon, Rev. H. S. Jordan, of
Kohala; Ordaining Prayer, Rev. E. C.
Oggel; Right Hand of Fellowship,
Rev.O.M. Hyde, D.D.; Charge to Can
didate, Pastor J. A. Cruzan. Tlio Fort
Street Church choir will furnish ap
COOD FOR EAST MAUI.
Old sailors tell us that Pain Har
bor, which has been selected for tho
shipment of tlio largo sugar crops of
tho Hailiakuapoko and Paia Sugar
Mills, is a small, snug haibor, pei-
fectfully smooth inside, out with a
very narrow entrance through the
reef. Tho channel has been buoyed
out, and is perfectly safe for a small
steamer like the Dowsett, which is to
make two trips each week, leaving
heie Mondays and Thuisdays. This
will give tho East Maui people semi
weekly mail facilities from this city.
Paia is the eastern terminus of the
Kahului Railioad, and not more than
three or four hundred yaids from the
haibor. Mr. Cooke informs us that
he intends to erect a pier one hundred
feet long, with a storehouse and every
facility for loading his steamer and
schooners, with quicker despatch
than at any port except Honolulu.
The two mills named am expected to
turn out over -1,000 tons of sugar for
AT THE TENT.
" Was Christ the Son of God ? This
was the subject the two last nights at
the tent. The first promise of Christ,
Genesis .'1:15, says he shall come of
the "seed of tho woman," which
was true of Christ, who was born of
tlio Virgin Mary, lie was to bo of
Abraham's family. His birth placo
was foretold by Micah, seven hundred
and ten years before tho event,
Micah 5 ;2. This was truu of Christ
ami understood at thu time of his
birth. Matthew 2 sl-fl. Daniel 0:25
gives us sixty-nine weeks, or four
hundred and eighty-three days (pro
phetic yeais) from the going forth of
the commandment to restoie and re
build Jerusalem, to the coming of the
Messiah, which means "anointed
one." .S:i years from B. ('. 1)57, when
the decree of Artaxcrxes went forth
to restore Jerusalem, would reach to
the end of A. D. 26, and at this date
Christ was baptized, Mark 1:0-10,
and Was anointed by the Spirit, Acts
10:.'18. Other prophecies, pointing
out incidents connected with his life
and death, were examined. Admitted
facts concerning Christ's lesurroetion
prove him divine. On tlio day of Pente
cost, Peter preached to thousands of
the very ones who had demanded
Christ's crucifixion, and ho declined
that Jesus was raised, Acts 2:22-21.
If the body of Jesus could have been
found it would have brought a large
sum on that occiimoii, and been pic
sented befoie Peter to refute his
arguments, and the Christian ieli
gion would have died that day. But
instead of Ilia), they recognized the
fact of tlio icsurrection and three
thousand confessed their faith in
Christ that verv day. Acts 2:37-11.
A life insurance agent is reported
to have taken risks on senators, re
presentatives and cabinet olllccrs, at
Washington, to the amount of .2,
000,000 during the past month.
The Surveyor-General of Utah Ter
ritory, Richard S. Dement of Illinois,
appointed last fall, and itistiuetcd by
the Secretary of the Interior, to inako
a thorough examination of the Land
Olllee of Utah, says that "within the
last ten years there have been com
mitted in Utah the most astonishing
frauds that were ever perpetrated on
the American continent, and claims
to have secured evidence which will
fill all the jails of Utah with ollicials
George W. Childs mid Anthony J.
Drexcl on Jan. 27th subscribed $300
each for the Irish Parliamentary
fund, and at thu meeting held in the
Philadelphia Council Chamber thai
evening the amount was increased to
Steamers for Sale.
rIMlE undersigned begs to call tho
JL attention of steamship companies
and others Interested to the following
list of steam launches, tugs and other
steam boats offered for sale by one of
his correspondents In Liverpool with the
prices attached, and which on account
of the remarkably depressed state of the
shipping business will be seen to bu ex
Launches, Tugs and small boats that
can bu brought on deck of a large
steamer or sailing vessel.
New steel screw tug JS feet x 10 feet
x 5 fect8-lu. with 10 horse power engines
nominal, suifaeu condensers, donkey
pump, etc. Speed 12 miles an hour.
Price In Liverpool 1,030 or 83,230.
S-llUO. Wood Screw Passenger and
Cargo Launch, built In 18S3, pair of Gin.
cylinders, 8-in. broke, speed about 10
miles, extra strong oak frames, pitch
pine planking, copper fastened, dimen
sions -ID.UxQ.Ux-l.il. draft of water aft 3
21101. A Steel twin-screw Steam Yacht,
built In 1M81, 2 pairs of veitlcal D A
H j P engines of 10 H.P., four 0-ln.
cylinders, 8-in. stroke, speed 0 knots on
a consumption of 3 cwt. per hour,
bnnkcrs contain 0 tons, she has 11
sleeping berths, was built to go up the
Nile, dimensions 03.2x12.7x0.7. Price
2300. A New Wood Screw Steam
Launch, copper fastened, compound
S C engines C-lu. and 12-ln.7-ln. stroke,
larcre multitubular boiler, teak lagged,
of DO lbs. working pressure, dimensions
10.0x8.0x4 .-1. Price (530.
2:101. An iron twlii-scre.w Steamer,
built In 1871), for river passenger trafllc.
hull, engine and boiler lately overhauled
at a cost of 107, speed 11 knots on a
consumption of about 4 tons per week,
bunkers contain 12 tons, dimensions
8li:tt. Steel Screw Tug, built In 1883,
engine O I S I C 23 11. P.N. 11-ln. and
22-ln. cylinders, 20-ln. stroke, steel
tubular holler, lOOlbs. working pressure,
sliced 12 knots, boiler lagged, cylinders
lagged wita leitntiii niaiiogany, dimen
sions 70x12.8x0.2. Draft of water 4J-.
feet and 0 feet. Ptlco1830.
221)3. An Iron Screw Steamer, now
building, and classed 100 Al at Lloyd's
to carry 2S0 tons on !).(! draft, bunkers
contain 20 tons, speed 1) knots on a con
sumption o 3 tons per day, compound
I) A engines or 40 H.P., lfi-In. and
IIO-lii. cylinders, boiler of 80 lbs. work
ing pleasure, donkey engine and steam
winch, dimensions 120.0x21. Ox lo.ti.
2:111. An Iron Screw Tug, built In
1885, classed Al at Lloyd's "for towing
purpoes, two compound S O I 1) I a
engines of 43 II. P., IIS-I11. ami ito-lu.
cylinders, 22 stroke, speed 10 to 12 knots,
dimensions 7U.lxir.!i.!).;i. I'ncc :i,r.oo.
2308. An Iron Screw Steamer, built
In 1883. and classed 100 Al. 5(13 tons re-
glstur, and carries 1,120 tons D.W. on 15 0
draft, 2 common I) A S C engines of
90 II. P., 25;3-lu. and Ib-In. cylinders,
3.1-lu. stroke, cylindrical multitubular
boiler of 80 lbs. woiMug pressure, ban
kers contain 102 tons, consumption 8
tons per day, donkey engine and boiler,
also 3 steam winches, dimensions 203.0x
30.0x13.10. Price 12,000.
229t. All Iron Screw steamer, built
hi 18S5, and clashed 100 Al at Lloyd's
07 tons register, carries 3M) tons on 10.0
draft, bunkers contain 50 tons, speed
Klijj to lljij knots on a consumption of
8 tons per day. compound S O engines
of 80 H.P., 2lJ:-ln. and 12-ln. cylinders,
SO-lit. stroke, steel tubular boiler of 05
lbs. working pressure, donkey engine,
and 2 steam winches, dimensions 113. Ox
23.1x10.0. Price 8,600.
Tlio abovo aru only a few of the steam
vessels that are offered at salo hi Great
Ilritalu at tho present time. Almost nay
description of steamer and of any sl.u
desired can now bo puichased at very
favorable rates. It Is ol course neces
sary that some responsible paity In
England should examine the condition
of the steamers offered for sale before
BUSINESS ITEM8, .
Just received a new lot of Madeira
Embroidery and Crochet Work, nt
M. A. Gonsalves & Co., No. 57 Hotel
Valentine day is near at hand,
and wc arc almost giving them away.
Call early and select from a good
variety at King Bros.' Art store,
Hotel street. 46 6t
M. Thevcnct, the well-known
French engineer, and M. Jorel were
to have loft France on the 20th Jan.
for China to represent a syndicate
of llnaneieis and tnanufactuiers who
will submit to the Chinese Govern
ment proposals for constructing rail
1 AduniN JLunc.
Hats dyed and pressed,
Feathers cleaned and curled,
Native stiaws sewed in all the latest
Lessons given In thlrly.slx kinds of
fancy work, with drawing and painting
Orders taken for all kinds of embroi
Woodlawn Dairy & Stock Co.
!1 years old, will weigh
about 1,800 lb,
1 Holstcln Bull, 12 months old,
"Hercules Second," sired by Judge
McUully's Imported Holstelh "Her.
cillc," dam, a large line graded Hob
stein cow imported from California.
Dam has given 411bs. of milk In a day
In this country.
t Holstcln Bull, 9 months old.
"Ajax." This line thorougli.bred Hoi.
stein was sired by "Hercules," dam
Wc also have several graded 'Holstcln
Hulls from 2 to 8 inns. old.
This Is 11 rare opportunity olVercd to
Btock.rahers to secure a superior breed
of cattle. Slock men In America claim
that for beef, milk, and butter they arc
superior to any other clas of stock.
We have recently Imperial 2 thor-nugb-brcd
Holstcln Ilulls from Syracuse,
N. Y. Tlie-e animals are ichitcd to the
lliicst dairy stock in the woild, viz: the
The best cow in this family at 0 years
of age made the following milk record:
813,'Tlis. In one da, 2,30-Jilbs. in one
month. 18,(0t ln.Kt'lbs. In one year end
ing March 25, 1883.
Applications made for bull calves from
tbe-e supcilor animals will receive our
attention. Wo are agents for Smiths,
Powell & Lamb, and are prepared to
take orders for slock to be imported
troin them. We have open catalogues
of their stock, which wc shall be pleas
ed to furnish upon application.
We havo also been appointed agents
to take eiders and sell cattle and horses
from the well kiunwi ranch of Gov.
Leland Stanford, Vina, Gal. Governor
Stanford has been Importing from
Smiths, Pc-well & Lamb thorougli.bred
Holsteins by the car-load, paying as
high as $1,500 each ftr cows.
WOODLAWN DAIRY & STOCK Co.,
Address A. L. Smith, Sec'y.
ilsiis for Mi
As proof of the superiority of Hol
steins as beef cattle, wo call attention
to the following statement:
In the whiter of 1884 and 1885, wc
caused to bo slaughtered thu recorded
Holsteln bull Syracuse (822), calved
April 2 Ith, 1882; the. recorded cow
Signet (1817), calved April (Jtli, 18S0,
and Llttio Wonder (17H8), calved May
14th, 1880, with the following result:
Syracuse weighed, alive, on
day of killing 2,21)0 lbs.
Dressed beef 1, ISO lh.
Rough tallow........ 120 "
Percent, of dres-icdbccf..(i2.1l
Per cent, of offal 20
Signet weighed, alive 1,470 lbs.
Dressed beef tll." lbs.
Hide 7(! "
Rough tallow 12(1 "
Per cent, of dressed beef. .02 .'.II
Percent, of offal 21
Little Wonder weighed, alive. .l,lii:i lbs.
Dressed beef 7!U llw.
Hide 78 "
Rough fallow 121 '
Per cent, of diessed beef..r2.0:i
Per cent, of offal :t:i
Syracuse ami Little Wonder bad not
been fattened for beef, and Signet wo
had fed for some time, but she was not
what beef men would reuard fat.
Taking everything Into consideration,
we think this shows decidedly to the
advantage of Holsteins in beef animals.
The butcher.', that purchased ami cut
up tho c.iicasses of Signet ami Little
Wonder' send Us tho following strong
testimonial as to the quality of these
Sviiacusi:, X. Y Feb. 11, 188.1.
Mi'.ssus. Smiius & Powm.i.:
Griitlcjiici;v were much pleased
with the two Holstcln heifers purchased
of yon last month. Wo have been In
tlio meat business for the last twenty
live years, and havo killed all grades of
cattle, thu best wo could llud lu this
country, but never have wu had any
that would erpial In quality those pur
chased of you. Wo have had a gr?at
niniiv coninlhucnts from thu leading
families lu tho city in regard to the
40 Warren St.
Thu imported Holsteln bull Ebbo, live
vcars old, was killed 011 the Remington
Farm In Oa.enovhis
Weighed, alive, on day of kill
ing 2,200 lbs.
Dressed beef 1,313 lbs.
Illili) lfiO "
Rough tallow 75
Per cent, of dressed beef.CHj
p. o. noxais. -
Real Estate Agent,
Wilder's Steamship Agent,
Great Hiirllngton Ualhond
sssi me f m i-iwe
H. EL McliMTVRE & BRO
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Previsions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FuRT .ND RING STREETS.
N'ew Goods received by every Packet from the EastcrnJStatcs and Europe.
!i California Produce by ecrySteai er. All orders faithfully attended to.
Goods delivered to any part ot the citv free of chnrce. Island orders 'OIL
Satisfaction guaranteed. Pest Ofil
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SAN FRANCISCO, January 13, ISiO.
Messrs. AV. li. Wilsliiro Ss Co., Agents
MacNEALE & URBAN SAFES,
206 California Street, San Francisco, Cal.
GhXTLhMKN: III reply tnjour inipiln concerning the opening of the Burglar,
proof Chest in the safe In the olllee of the Clerk of the Supremo Court now so
well known as THE MCCARTHY SAF1.I will say that I took charge of the
ofllec on Wednesday, the (Ith Inst, l'or some days previous unsuccessful attempts
lied been undo by various experts ti picl; ihe lock. On Thursday, further, similar
eflbits win made, with tho suite i ult, v Mr. Enslcn and other noted experts,
ALL OF WIIO.M FINALLY DKCURLD THAT THE LOCK COULD NOT
HE PICKED, and that the safe iiui'-t bo opened by force.
On Friday 1 employed the e.put of oao of your competitors, who did faithful
and honest work for that purpose.
On Saturday morning work wn, begun, nnd this morning (Wednesday) FOUR
D YS Al'TER, the ewpert succeedc I in d illlng through the door and opening the
I consider it was an cMraordiirrily severe test, much beyond what a burglar
coal 1 possinly employ under any cii umst'inces, nnd can assure It has Inspired mt
with the higlieit confidence li the -ecurl'v of jour Hurglar-Proof Safes, and that
YOUR LOCKS ARE PICK-PROGl-' At AIN'ST THE HEST EXPERTS.
After working for some hours 011 the lock, one expert said he hud found that
V was one luller' and another iliut tf was one. On examination, neither of these
letter', appeared in thy combination. Yoi..s truly,
J. I. Sl'ENOEH, Clerk of Sunremo Court.
SSr Tie above was a No, S MacNEALE & URBAN Fire and Burglar Safe.
O. O. BERCER,
23."i I in Gmcral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a T..rgc mil carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Custom-Madn Clothing, and Hats and Caps
111 all lie Latest
2?" Particular attention
is called to
P. O. Box 297.
J0IT0TT7S 8 Kuataai Street
Granite, iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TEST, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
Honolulu, IT. T.
Custom House Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Opcia rioue,
Fire and Life Insurance Agent.
c llox 143. Telephone No. 02. 1C8 ly
an elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
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