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"sATUUDAYl-iiB, 111." 1880.
OCKANIO S. S. CO.
Marlpoa, from Colonic- for San Fran
cisco, Feb. 12.
Alameda, from San Frnnelfco for Colo
nies, Feb. 20.
Australia, from Sydney for San Fran
oNeo, hourly expected.
S S Mnrlpuii from the Colonics
Bgtne Coiisuelo from San FrnncNeo
Stun' Llkellke from Kttliultit
Stmr Mokolll from Mnlol;nl
Stmr.I I Dowselt from Mnllko
Ugtno .f I) Spreekels f i oin Sun Fmncteo
Slmr.Ias Jlakeu for Kauai
S S St Paul for San Francis-en
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr l.ikcllkc for h'aliuliit
Stmr J I Dowsott for Mallkn
Stmr Mokolll for Mulokal
Stmr Kllauca Ilou for Windward Ports
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Virginia. Pettlgrow
Uktne Mt Lebanon, Xeloii
Brig Alliu Howe, Phillip
Uk Clillcna, Davit's
Sclir Canntu, Juliniuiasuu
For Honolulu from the Colonic, per
S S Mariposa, Feb 111 Col Iturlton, Col
"W II WlNon, A .1 llcnnctt, Samuel Knv
and son, Mr and Mrs V Norton, E
Hrhlge, II Norman, 11 Leroy. II Header.
G Nelson, Mr Hapbam, and -Mr IVrklu.
For San Franel'-co from the Colonic-,
per S S Marima. Feb lit Sir Alex
ander and Lady Stewart, Miss Slcwart.
Mr K. Stewart, Mr and Mis .ronnlson, O
Drossier, General Field, F Mauli. J)r
and Mrs Slate, C Hlrk-, Mr- and .Mb-
Itusscll, Frank Forest, O II Oraham.
Mrand Mrs Foniior, Mr Ito-cnfold, Mi
ami Mrs ltlaku and 2 chlldien. .Mrs
Sliauuon and II children, Mr and Mrs O
Scott, Mrs Wlghtmnii and 2 daughters,
infant and servant.
From Kaliuhil and by-ports, per stmr
Likciikc, Feb 1!1 S Solig. Ahoi. Col W
F Allen, W HtJoriiwull, G C William-".
F Corrca, C A Snyder, Ah Mee, Mr Mc
Millan, .1 1) Marliii, Mr Dransllcld.
Capt Fuller, Taniyan and wife, Ahloy,
It W .Meyer, and 61 deck.
From San FranoNoo, per bglno Coii
suelo, Feb 1H-.T Merrill, E U Winston
and Antoue Kcunil (Haw).
Stmr Llkellke brought :i,71 1 bags of
The stmr Khiau Is duo to-morrow
The schooner Canuto Is on the Marine
The bktno Wrestler has .sailed for Ka
liuhil to discharge her coal.
The bgtno Consuelo, Capt Cousin",
arrived tills morning, 10 days from San
Francisco. She brought a large list of
general indse, uKo 2h hogs for Messrs
Winston & Uurkc.
The schr Jtoario was towed out of
Kahului yesterday by the Llkellkc for
Sail Francisco with sugar. The G C
Perkins with lumber arrived at Kahului
SSMaiiposa, II M Hayward, com
mander, sailed from Sydney Jan 28th,
4:30 pm, and discharged pilot 5:12 p
in. Had line pleasant weather to Auck
land, receiving pilot at li:l."i p in, Feb 1.
Feb 2nd 2:'J0 p m, left Auckland wharf,
and discharged pilot at II :2I p m. Ex
ppiieueed line weather with light vnil
able winds to Tutiiila, where wu touched
Feb Gth at 0 a in. Detention :ir minute.
Thence to poit light to fresh heart
winds with moderate sea and frequent
rain squalls. Feb 4th, (1 a in, paud a
steamer bound south, supposed to be
the Mararoa hence for Auckland and
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tvm.vi: years Jo-day lias King
Tin: Lucas-Mullen race
Yosomite Kink to-night.
Sunday Services, Puzzle Dopait
incnt and news on fourth page.
TiikW. C. T. U. scivice oil
wharf will bo omitted to-morrow,
Puuki:u Carpenter of tins Mariposa
has our thanks for Hie latest dates of
Now Zealand papers.
Tin: foundry employees 100 strong
were photographed in a group this
noon by Sir. J. J. Williams.
" What can wo know of the second
ndvent," is the question to ho dis
cussed at the tent litis evening.
A kanaka, while working tlio cargo
of the steamer St. Paul yesterday, fell
through tho scuttle and severely cut
A I'AKTY of tho passengers in tran
sit by tho Mariposa were driven in
Dodd's four-horse 'bus this morning
A nativi: deck passenger by tho
Likeliko died on hoard tlie vessel yes
terday afternoon. His nanio and tho
causo of deatli are not known.
Yi:sti:uiav tlie pupils of Iohmi
college had a day's outing at Waikiki,
accompanied by tho head master,
llov. W. H. Uarnes.
Tiik Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will meet at tlio residence, of
Mr. 0. M. Cooke this livening, Satur
day, tho i:ith of February.
Mn. O. K. Miller leaves on .Monday
on u business trip to all tlio principal
points on Maui. Any business placed
in his lunula will meet witli prompt
Tin: steamer. St. Paul will tako
10,000 bags of sugar, and tho S. S.
On tlio Inttor
vssd work will ho continued tlu
l.vfc-t . -. -
Nos. 10 nnd 11 of Mr, Merger's
'Mole Hawaii" have been loccived by
Messrs, .1. M. Oat, Jr., & Co. Their
titles arc "Pill Aoao" unil "Mnhina
Oj-ticeii Sam. MoKciiguci keoper
of tho Station llnusc, yesterday
found a purse containing monoy,
which tlio owner can have from him
on pmviug property.
E. P. Adams it Co.'s gieat eiedit
auction sale has been so successful
to-day Hint Messrs. Hackfehi fc Co.
have ordered it to be continued on
Monday. The sale of K. O. Hull it
Son stock wrts withdrawn from mic
tion, having been closed outnt private
.Mil. ,1. Mori Oat goes to the Coast
by tho Mariposa.' In his nbsenro Mr.
F.ckley nnd Mr. Hewitt wi'l conduct
tlio business of J. M. Oat, Jr., fc Co.
Mr. Oat will he missed, and every
body will long for his return with a
new stock of jokes for the black
boanl, Hv older of Hon. A. S. Clegliorn,
acting Governor, tin- Koyal Hand will
piny this evening at the Hawaiian
Hotel, in honor of Sir Alexander
Stewart, ox-Premier of New South
Wales, and Lady Stewart. Printed
programmes will bu distributed at tho
Hotel and on the grounds.
Mil. Goldberg is sending tlio young
sters after " papa," to get him to buy
his Xo. lfiO shirt, by presenting them
with neat little nose-wipers on which
an inscription solicits their kind
olliccs to tlio above end. As tho
Hum.i'.tin stair's numbers range only
fioni 12 to Hi, we can fearlessly com
mend this stiokeof advertising enter
prise. Owi.vci to the delay in the aiiival
of the Kiuaii until Sun Jay morning
(lie examination and ordination of
Prof. E. X. Dyer, announced for to
day, is necessarily postponed. Me
linite announcements as to tho ser
vices will be madu from tho pulpits
on Sunday morning. The council
met this afternoon at 2 :!10 o'clock for
A i'iii:ss Association message of the
HOtli January, to Auckland, says:
"It is believed that in the new Minis
try Sir William Vernon llarcourt will
be Chancellor of the Kxchequcr. and
the Hon. Mr. Chamberlain, Secretary
for Ireland" Tho Itt. Hon. Hugh
Cliilders has been elected to the
House of Commons by alarge major
ity in one of the divisions of Edin
Tin: Australia was detained at
Sydney until tho (Hh, owing toiler boil
ers being refused a ccrtilicato by tho
inspector, involving repairs that would
take some days. An accident also
happened to the Chief Engineer,
serious enough to keep him oil' duty
for a short period. Slio will he due
here on tho 20th, giving nn oppor
tunity for communication witli the
Coast not expected.
Pa it. Hoyd, one of tho pilots car
ried oil' fioni San Francisco by the
Xcalamlia, is going homo by the St.
Paul, having enjoyed his involuntary
holiday iii tho tropics very much.
As ho had conio out to pilot another
vessel, lie is not under pay liko his
comrade, who is entitled under tho
pilot laws to $8 per day and to bo
returned free at the charge of the
vessel carrying him oil'.
Tin: following names are lcgistercd
at tlio Hawaiian Hotel: Lt. Col.
Wilson, F. A. L. Pophani, C. T. Per
kin, Sain'l Kay and son, Col. llurlton
and A. J. Uonnott, all hailing from
England, most, if not all of whom
remain' over from tlio Mariposa to
spend a while doing tlio Islands.
There aro also registered, J. 1). Mans
field, Jr., of Now Zealand, Dr. G. M.
Slate and Mrs. Slate, of Sydney, anil
Gen. G. S. Field, of Now York.
Tiik long expected "Merry Makers"
have at last arrived. They will re
main hero until tho arrival of tho
next steamer for San Francisco, anil
will piolmbly give two peiforinances
at tlio "Hawaiian Opera House".
This troupe has played successfully
in Japan. China, India, Australia,
parts of Africa, Fiji, and Now Zea
land. Their specialties aro too
numerous to mention, but judging
from tlio reputation they sustained
and comments by the press excellent
amusement may bu looked for. The
following aro tho names of tho Merry
Makers: Mr. nnd Mrs. N. Xorton, E.
Uridge, 11. Norman and II. Leroy.
Mr. Noiton was with tlie Hilly
Einmerson Minstrel Company eight
years ago and is well-known.
Foi.lowinii aro tho names of pas
sengers booked to leave by the S. S.
Mariposa at 7 o'clock to-morrow
morning for San Francisco: T. Dick
Pcddie, Lowcnborg, II. Mullinkin, J.
M. Monsarrat, Sam. A. Monsarrat, S.
Colin, Mr. Alexander and wife, J. E.
Miller, .las. K. lloxter, Mr. and Mrs.
Graham, Mr. Wellman, Chits. H.
Watt and wife, Miss F. Markliam,
J. It. Holt, .Jr., and brido, T. K. Fos
tor, A. C. Turton, J. ltee, J. W. Mc
Carthy, J. M. Oat, Jr., and wife, J.
Maguin, S. Eluiich, E. It. Miles and
wife, G. Ilolloway, II. Hoobor, G. W.
P. Castle, J. T. Waterlioiisu and wifo,
F. W. McChcsnoy, M. W. McClies
ney, N. Y. Pieneycook, 0. Hoxwill,
Mrs. Fox and daughter, Capt. Mayo,
I Mrs. W. A. Minton nnd 0. Gertz,
JInrlpcw 00,000 bajjfi.
A it'llct' Wn vcci lv.il by Mr, J, ),
wisuinnn, soiiio days ngo, from Mr,
Fred. W. Marclutiit, a brother of our
townsman, Captain Mnrchant. Ac
companying the letter wote some
Knights of Pythias mementos for
which tin1 sender requested icturns
in tlio form of similar articles madu
from Hawaiian woods. Accordingly,
Mr. Wiseman has had half a dozen
beautifully finished gavels propared
by Mr. W. E. Hcrrick. Four of them
aro in four woods each, kou, koa,
sandal and kauwila; the other two
are in two woods each, kou and hala.
"Joe" is also foi warding a lot of
pictures as well as copies of the Bul
letin. The gavels will probably form
part of the appaiatus of the Grand
Knights of Pythias temple in couise
of construction in Kicluiiond, Indi
ana, at tlie opening of which, about
tlio llrst of March, Supreme Vice
Chancellor of the woil.l, Howard
Douglass, u distinguished Cincinnati
lawyer, is to deliver tho inaugural.
rniKr takoi;t i'U.M'tici:.
The Honolulu Kilies held their
first target shooting practice yester
day afternoon. They iniitoied about
twenty-live strong notwithstanding
tlie fact that some of (lie members
were unable to attend. They marched
with agility to tho foot of Punchbowl
hill, where tlio target was erected,
and shooting began in the oider of
tlio roll call, with tlio following re
sults: Capt. MoLcod, 10; First Lieut.
Hebbaid, 10; Second Lieut. Uuger,
14; Sergt. Pratt, 17; Scrg't. Ilisliop,
8; llurgess, ; Ihuns, I!; Smith, f;
Heals, (1; Clark, 0; Collins, -I ; Dow,
U; Fageroos, 8; McCarthy, 2; Ot
rcmha,l!i; Keist,0; Seveiin, 5; Wag
ner, 11; Wood, 7; Winter, 2; G.
Wilder, 18; Young, 0; C. T. Wilder,
", ami King 1-1, out of a possible
twenty-live at 200 yaids. McCarthy
and Winter having made the lowest
score of those who hit tlie target,
fired another round for tho medal,
which was won by Winter, who
again failed to score. Some of tho
members of tlio Killo Association
were present, and were invited to
shoot. Dr. IJrodie made 15 and Mr. J.
II. Fisher 17. When the Kilies were
about to march home, Mr. F. Winter
was decorated with a lingo leather
medal for "extinguishing" himself,
SIR ALEXANDER STEWART.
The Mariposa'! arrival this morning
gives Honolulu the honor of tho
presence, for a day and night, of
Sir Alexander and Lady Stewart, of
New South Wales. Sir Alexander is
the lato Premier of that colony, whose
Government negotiated tlio piesent
Union-Oceanic mail contract. Helms
been long resident in tlie Colonies,
standing eminent as a statesman, hav
ing lately received tlie honor of
knighthood from Her Majesty Queen
Victoria for his distinguished services
to tlie Empire. Sir Alexander is now
on his way to Loudon, as tho Com
missioner from Xew South Wales to
the great Colonial Exhibition shortly
to open there According to a state
ment published by us a few days ago,
part of his mission abroad is to nego
tiate witli capitalists in America for
establishing cable communication be
tween tho Pacilli! Coast and tho Colo
nies. Tliis wo have been unable to
verify from Sir Alexander himself
since liis arrival in town, ouricpro
suntativu having failul to see him
this forenoon. Upon his arrival tho
distinguished gentleman was taken in
charge by Mr.Theo. 11. Davies, British
Vice-Consul, tlio two being old
friends. He was driven about town
by Mr. Davies, and this afternoon will
bo taken out to the ci lcbration of
King Luualilo Day at Lunalilo Home.
As mentioned olsuwheio, a compli
mentary concert by the Koyal Ha
waiian Band will be tendered Sir
Alexander and Lady Stewart at tlio
Hotel this evening, beginning at7::i0.
Mr. Graham, manager, is busy this
afternoon piuparing for tho decora
tion ami illumination of thu Hotel
and grounds. It promises to bu a
very pleasant occasion.
A ROYAL PARTY.
Yesterday having been tho third
anniversary of tlio coionation of their
Majesties tlie King and Queen, a
garden party was gion by Her
Majesty on tho Palace grounds. Tlio
party was tho great social event of
tho day and of tho season ns well.
The Qucuii was attended, on "tlio
occasion, by tho Princesses Liliuoka
lani and Likolike, Besides the high
ollicors of state, foieign ministers,
members of lliu consular corps,
judges of tho Supremo Court, and
clergy of the Anglican, Koman Ca
tholic and other chinches, tho en
trances wore thronged with a con
tinuous How of visitors, from It o'clock
until 0 o'clock. The guests were
presented to Her Majesty, who was
seated under one of the luxuriant
shade trees of tho place, after which
they' filed into tho Palace and regis
tered their names. Tlio Palaco was
thrown open to inspection, to tho
meat delight of tlio guests. Tlio
royal eiowns, decorations and pre
sents from foreign courts to Their
Majesties, and tho throne room were
objects of particular notice and ad
miration. Having "done" tlio in
terior of tlio Palace, the guests
amused themselves during the rest
of the evening strolling through tho
grounds. Ice cream, enko and coil'co
were served, thu waiters being as
siduous in their attentions, and
watching that no one would miss
being served. A noticeable and
highly agreeablu feature of thu whole
all'air was thu perfectly free and easy
informality that piovailed. Tlio
T?oyil Hawaiian Hum! wns iiresmit
nmi enlivened tlm oocnMon with nn
oxi't'llrnt pioKVaiiiMc of national nnd
otlior nihslu. The elements, too,
Were propitious, the day being one
of those glorious Hawaiian days
where the zephyrs playing in the
sunshine realize visions of a climatic
Tho election for Kan took place at
Ilonunpo in tlio plantation store
house on tho 3rd inst., the Royil. J.
Knuhauo (Opposition) being returned
by the large majority of one bundled
nnd seventy-six (170). About n hun
dred more ballots weie cast than in
the election of 1881, Kniihane taking
ninety-tlnce of them. Great piessurc
was put upon the native electors of
Xaalehu, ilonunpo and Hilea by the
plantation niauagets, etc., of those
places, to vote tlie Government ticket
and an unlimited supply of gin was
to be obtained at tlie house of the
Government candidate. Money, too,
it is said, was also used on those who
would sell their votes, but all this nnd
threats to cut. oil' the water supply
and diive (lie natives' horses oil' the
land woio of no use, thu Opposition
showing stiong tlnoughout the day,
that part of Kau lying between Puna
liui nnd Aiunpo alone supplying one
hundred votes solid for the Opposi
tion. Mr. .lulian Mousauat did good ser
vicu here by his canvassing previous
to tlie election. It was reported tho
Government party intended to carry
tlio day, if not by fair and legal
means, by fraud and force, but tlie
party in favor of good law and onler
was too strong on the ground for any
wrong doing of this kind to succeed.
In this connection I may say that the
piesenceof Mr. Foster, tho manager
of Pallida plantation, who was on
hand from an eaily hour in the morn
ing until late in tlie afternoon, did
much in the cause of peace ami fair
play, ami in soothing the aidoraml
rahidncss of tho.-c Government men
wlio could see no wrong in stealing
ballots and putting their own in place
of them. Mr. Thompson, tho Gov
ernment candidate, was a constant
attendant near the ballot hoc during
tlie day. This, 1 think, is not accord
ing to law.
The Government paity have scored
a victory in Puna and elected their
man, hut from repmt that reached
here it was done by fraud, 112 names
being struck oil' thu list of voters, all
these being Opposition men. The
successful candidate got in by a
majority of twenty-eight (28), so that
if these thirty-two hail not been wiped
out, Kauwila (Opposition) would have
gained the seat.
Last year's ciop of the Pallida
plantation was It,!) Hi tons. This is a
splendid showing and not to bu beat
or equalled by any mill on the
Islands. If this is not so, let us hear
from tlio next mill that has done as
Wu had a slight shower of rain last
night, but not enough to do much
good, and the country looks very
narched and dry. Tho Pallida Mill
is tho onlv ouu in tlio district
can manage to make sugar in
dry weather. At II ilea I hear
aro discharging all laborers
under contract, tho dry weather pre
venting grinding and the held work
not being enough to keep all bauds
We peoplu of Kau who take an
opposite view of the necessities of
the country to that held by the Gov
ernment feel ptniirt that wo have
succeeded in electing such a man as
tho Bovd. Kaiihano to represent us,
and by such a splendid majority. Ho
is a man who will work in the legisla
ture for the good of his country, and
not for what a sycophant Government
will promise to give for his vote, as
too many Hawaiian legislators have
dime in tlio past.
Pallida, Kau, Feb. 10th, 1880.
Vai.kxtini: day is near at hand,
and we aro almost giving them away.
Call early and select from a good
variety at King Bros.' Art btore,
Hotel street. -Hi CI
Aiiuivni) ex St. Paul Latest styles
of Picturo Mouldings, Wall and Cor
ner Brackets, Kustic Fiaines, Mirrors,
Lap Boaids, B. W. Chairs, Marblo
Top Parlor 'fables, B. W., Ash and
Cedar Dining Tallies, Violin Strings
and Bows, Carts, Velocipedes, Bats,
Foot Balls, etc., etc., too numerous
to mention, ami to bo sold as cheap
as tho cheapest.
fil lw Wi:st, Dow it- Co.
4 AilaniH Lane
Hats dyed and pressed,
Feathers cleaned and curled,
Native stniWB sewed In nil tho latest
Lessons given in thlrty.slx kinds of
fancy work, with drawing and p'lliitlng
Orders taken for all kinds of einbiol.
Notiuo oi'LotterH Patent.
ALL persons are hereby notified that
Letters Patent were issued by thu
Hawaiian Government to JAMES
KENNEY of Honolulu on tho Kith day
of December, A.i. loSn, for an Improve,
nient in brake, gig and chalso springs,
und that mid Letters Patent wcru as.
signed by the suid James Kemiey to thu
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Com
pany on the 22nd day of December, A.n.
188-r, whereforu thu raid Hawaiian Car.
rlago Manufacturing Company hereby
warns all persons against infringing on
tho Hild Letters Patent.
HAW'N CAKK1AOE MANF'G Co.
Honolulu, Dec. 22, 1SS0, 203 tf
Ken! Estate Agent
Wilder'. Steamship Agent
r ua,1 mn-qgi r-rt
H. E. WIcSN TYRE & BRO.,
IMPOP.TEKJ AND DEALEKS IN
Groceries, Previsions and Feed,
EAST COKNEK J OUT
Now Goeils recoiled by every
Fro li Ca'ii'irnla Produce by oci,
nml Oooi's- delivered in any part o
cited. SnlMncliim guaiaiilcul. Pi
r&mL& 111 II
5?AN FKANCIKCO, January IS, IStO.
IuVhsi-s. w. IJ. 1VilF.hlro & Co., Agents
MacNEALE & URBAN SAFES,
$00 California Mreoi. San Francisco, Cal.
Oi-.nti r.jinx: In reply to jour iiupiir.- concerning tin: opening of the Burglar,
proof t'hc.-t in thu tare In the olllcn of t'tu Clerk of the Supreme Court now bo
veil known t.9 TIIK McOAKTIIY .SAl'L I will say that 1 tonic charge of the
ofllce on Wednesday, the lith inst. For Mine days previrus unsuccessful attempts
had been iniulu by vaiious expert tu pii-1 the lock. On TliuiMhiy, further, similar
efforts were niudc, with Hie mini! lesult, ov Mr. Eiudgn mid other noted experts,
ALL OF WHOM FINALLY DKCLAHED THAT THE LOCK COULD NOT
BE PIGMvl.D, and that thu safe mutt bo ,pcnid by force.
On Friday I employed thu expert of ouu of vour competitors, Uio did faithful
and honest work for thai purpose.
On t-atiirdny morning work w.h begun, and till liiomlni: (YVedticpilay) FOUR
DAYS Al-TEK, the expert succeeded in i.rilllng through thu door and opening the
1 com! Icr it was an extraordinarily severe test, much beyond xhnt a burglar
could pottihly employ under any Circumstances, and can nssurc lt has inspired m
with the h. ghost conlldctict in the -ccurlly of vour Uurglar.Proof Safes, and that
YOUK LOCKS AKE PICK-PKOOF Af AINST THE BEST EXPEKTS.
After working lor miiiiu hours nn 111 lock, one expert said he had found that
V was one letter' and another that 0 was one. On examination, neither of these
lctteih appi-arcd In the combination. Yours trulv,
J. D. SPENCEB, Clerk of Sunrcinc Court.
S&T Tiie above was a No. 8 MacNE
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
lias jut opened out a 'urge a id carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
CuslonvMadu Clotlm g, and Hats and Cnps
lii all le Latest Miles and Pattens,
C3T i'aitlcular attention U called to an elegant line of Cent's Neckwear.
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Granite, lion and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, Til, CDPPER AND
1)03 SHEET IRON WORK.
Honolulu II. I.
Custom ilouso Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Opeia House,
Fire and Life Insurance Agent.
AND KING STKEETS.
I from tho F.aMermTStatcs and Europe.
icr. All orders faithfully attended to.
ty freo of charge. Island orders roll,
ci- Box 1 l.'i. Telephone No. 03. Ili81y
VLB & CUBAN Fire and Burglar Safe.
C. O. BERCER,
(icncral Agent for the HaA-aiian Islands.
8 Kaaiiiami Street
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