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sit sa Sttiuihi.
Tuesday, van. ic, ihhc.
UCKAMU S. S. CO.
Alameda, from San FrancUco for Colo
nics, Fob. 20.
Australia, from .Sydney
clsco, Feb. 2o.
ilktue .lolm Worccter from Newca-tle
lk Foivt Queen from San Francisco
Selir Ehukni from Walahia
Schrl.uka fiom Koholalele
Stmr Kliinu for Windward 1'oit
Stmr W O Hull for Windward l'oits
Stmr hritlnul for Kauai
Selir Waliolc for Maltko ,
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Hktne Mount Lebanon for Hongkong
Selir I.uka for Kohalalele
Selir Kliuknl for Walalua
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Forest Queen,
Ilk Sumatra. Ol-en
31k Chilcna, Dnvles
Uk Virginia. I'ettlgrew
Urlg Allie Howe, l'lillllps
Itktnc John Worcester,
Hktne Mt Lebanon, NeUnn
Ilktne .lolm Suillli. Ktistel
Hktne Kureka, I.ce
ligttie .1 I) SprcekeK Fril
ltgtno Coii.suelo, Coif-lm
Selir Canute, .lohannas-'-eii
Selir Mary Dodge. NeNou
For Sau Francico, per Mariposa,
February 1 i Cabin : J It Haxter, elm's
11 Watt and wife, MU F Markhain, .f It
Holt, .Ir, and wife, II MiilluMn. .1 M
3lonarrat. S A Monarrat, Geo llollo
way, 11 Welhnan, J M Oat, Jr, and
wife, C Ilorswlll, C Mayo, C Gcrt, .1 T
"Watcrliouc and wife. Mrs W A Mliitou.
.1 Magnhi, J Uco, J W McCarthy, S
Khrllcli, II Hoova, A I.owenbcrg, W Y
l'ennycook, S Colin, wife and child, J E
Mint, Geo Catlc, C G Alexander. Sam
Fox, wife and daughter, E H Miles,
wife and 2 children, Mr Dick Peddle. M
W MeChencv, T W McChesney, .1 O
Fay, T K Foster; .Steerage: .1 Gon-salve-i,
wife and 2 children. II O l'lill
ott, ,F E Wright, 1) A Hamilton, II
Vochodt, wife and 2 children, J Norton,
C Holgrug, J Frank, U Ai-ing. .1 lJurkc.
J A Oota, M X ltlnnt, .1 W .McDonald.
.1 Duu'.ford, T Pedlar. It Turtoii and I
The hteaincr.s Kinaii, W G Hall
Iwalaul sail this afternoon, and the C It
Itlshop to-morrow afternoon.
The steamer Kinaii brought 7,2:5."
bags of sugar, ISO hide, li bales of wool
and 120 pkgs of suudrle..
The steamer Iwalaul brought 8,000
bags of sugar, -I hoies, 57 hides, 44
nieces of koa timber, 21 packages of
furniture and 100 pkgs of sundries from
'l'liu steamer C II lilshop brought
:i,020 bags of sugar from llainakua.
The bark Sumatra Is discharging at
the P M S S wharf.
The schooner Wallele brought UO'.i
bags of sugar from Mullko.
The schooner Jtaiubow after a ptctty
long stay at Koolau ictiiriied to Hono
lulu yesteidayAM to be hove down and
cleaned. She will return to Koolau
shortly to resume her work of carrying
freight to and from all ports in that
The Mount Lebanon is bending her
sails preparatory to sailing.
The schooner Luka brought 2,!."i4
hag of sugar.
The schooner Ehukal brought 4K!
bags of sugar and about i!,000 orauires
The ship Valley Forge that anchored
off port the other dav with 1,700 tons of
coal from Newcastle sailed yesterday
The St Paul took 'J,'it8(i bags of sugar.
!I7!I hides. 1,0110 skins, 1,012 bunehe-, of
bananas and 11 boxes of betel leaves.
Tho Maripo'a took l!i,l" bags of
sugar, 8!I0 bags of rice and 2..MH7 bunches
of bananas. Value, $Ul,(i:s9.22.
Tho bark Forct Queen arrived this
morning 10 days from Sau FranoNeo.
She is docked near the Queen Street
Purser Web-ter, of the Iwalaul, has
been appointed freight clerk on tho
Company's wharf. Mr. ltos, of the
liishop, succeeds to the Iwalaul and
Mr. W. White lias been appointed
purser of the steamer HMiop.
At tho house of Mr. and Mrs. .fames
Lyle, parents of tho bride. Honolulu,
Feb. lfith, LShfi, bv the Itev. E. C. Oggel,
pastor of the llcthel Union Church, .Mr.
Alfred Lovell, master mill iner, to Miss
Ida 15. Lyle.
AuniVKi) ex St. Paul Iiatest styles
of Picture Mouldings, Wall and Cor
ner Hrackets, Rustic Frames, Mirrors,
Lap Hoards, II. W. Chairs, Marblu
Toji Parlor 'fables, 15. W Ash and
Cedar Dining Tables, Violin Strings
and 15ows, Carts, Velocipedes, Hats,
Foot Halls, etc., etc., too numerous
to mention, and to be sold as cheap
as tho cheapest.
fil lw Wp.st, Dow & Co.
The Itoyal Hawaiian Band will
play nt Emma Square tit 7:!10
o'clock this evening. Following Is
the programuie :
Overture Struggle for Fortune.. Suppo
Finale HelUaih Donletti
Mazurka On the Neckar Sclilav
Selection The Loinbardliins Verdi
Selection Vert Vert Offenbach
Walt. Ciiantllly Wnldtetifel
l'olka The Colonel Herve
LOCAL & flEIIEtlAl NEWS.
V. M. C. A. singing ulius nl
"Biairr and unbelief compnred,"
nl tlio tout to-night.
Tun earthen lloor of tlio
market is being muciulaniizcd.
The drill night of the Honolulu
ltilles has been changed to Wednes
Six largo unties and u horso ennie
by the bark Forest Queen for T. II.
Davit's it Co. this tnorning.
Kvan is building a 21-foot whale
boat for (lay Hum., Kauai, also a
lingo whale boat for Kona, Hawaii.
Li:vi:v sells at noon to-morrow n
lino lot of Hrnhina fowls, California
potatoes, whole and ground corn and
A Hi.AM-TOof a door in tlio "Press"
ollice smashed a pane of glass. Thus
one of the shining lights of Hawaii
Ei,ni:it Henley will leply to recent
newspaper and other ciitieisin on his
preaching, in an open letter on a lly
Mtt. Aniio, the new Japanese Con
sul and Diplomatic Agent, has taken
up his ollicial residence at 227 Nuu
anu street, the limine of the lamented
Tin: new oillcers of the Hawaiian
Riiinie Company are announced in
this issue, and the selection is such as
to give promise of substantial promo
tion of the enterprise before the year
Catai.ouui'.s for the sale of Mr.
Hiissinger's effects aro now ready at
Mr. Levey's office and may he had on
application. The furniture sale be
gins at 10, thu carriages, horses and
other live stock will be sold at 12,
and the valuable library at 1 o'clock,
Tins evening the usual monthly
sociable of the Ucthel Union Church
comes round, and full provision litis
been made for a pleasant entertain
ment a good musical and literary
piogramme, besides refreshments to
which all ar? invited.
Capt. Lovell, master of the tern
Ko An Hon and agent of tho Pacific
Navigation Co. at Juluit, Marshall
Islands, took to wife last evening
Miss Ida H. Lyle, daughter of Mr.
James Lylo, of the Marine ltailway.
Rev. E. C. Oggel fastened the nup
tial bands in presence of the immedi
ate fiiends of the contracting parties.
A happy couple embarked on the
voyage of life, their many friends
wish them smooth seas and favor
Spkakino of the Merrv-Makors, tho
New Zealand "Herald" says: "The
farce, 'The Fellow that Looks like
Me,' was pleasantly played, and then
came the real feature of the whole
entertainment, Mr. Wash. Norton's
specialties. As a soloist he kept the
audience amused for a long time
with jokes, etc., but principally by
his banjo, bones, tambourine and
other performances." This is Mr.
Norton's second merry-making tour
round tho world. He was with the
original Christy Minstrels.
Tins noon a native express driver
drove a native woman to the wharf,
within the 25-cent limit, but asked
an extra iiuarter for two small tin
pails she had with her. The woman
declined to pay the extra amount,
wheieupon the driver look her oil' to
tho Station House. There Ofllcer
Fehlbehr, after hearing both sides,
suppoited the woman in her refusal.
The driver would not, however, ac
cept tho quai tor tendered, but
diove off, leaving his faro on the side
walk to leturn to the wharf as she
might. During the time wasted by
tho exacting driver, he could have
earned two or three times the amount
in dispute, as the officer told him.
Yesterday afternoon and evening
the residence of Hon. J. I. Dowsett,
at Palnina, was the focus of a largo
gathering and the scene of gaiety,
mirth, feasting, and social enjoy
ment. Preparations had been made
on a scale of magnificence and muni
ficence with which the names of Mr.
and Mr. Dowsett are invariably as
sociated in the minds of a largo
section of this community, ami the
long list of those favored with an
invitation to come and partake gladly
responded to the call. Mostly peo
ple of mature years wcro in attend
ance during the afternoon: the
young folks took possession in the
evening. Piofcssor Hcrger furnished
appropriate music for those who
wished to dance, and all who wore
not to inclined found abundant
means of enjoyment in other ways,
lioyalty, in the persons of Queen
Kaplolnui and Princess Liliuokalaui,
honored and graced tho occasion.
The purpose of the festivities was
to celebrate tho 20th birthday of
Mr. ami Mrs. Dowselt's daughter,
Miss Mary Dowsett, and It certainly
was celebrated in a way that will
impress pleasant remembrances on
the memorios of many for many
years to come, ae well as producing
in many brcabts Bincere wishes for
tho young lady's best good all
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OUFnEME C0URT-IH OKAMDERS.
Ttr.spAV, 1-ob. Kith.
HofOr" tlndil, C. J. In r.i Estate of
Mrs. II. P. lli.vhop. The Executor's
second account is approved and the
master's icpoit thereon continued.
In to Estate Naki (k) Abram Kekai
is appointed administrator, under a
bond of !f."00. In ro Estate of Ennna
Kiileleonalani, an order is granted
licensing fho executor nnd trusteo
under the will to sell certain real
property. In re Estate of Aluuna,
all's Lcong Fat Pio, S. Selig is ap
pointed administrator, under a bond
Henry Watorhouse vs. J. M. Poe
poe. Defendant confesses judgment
for .f (10, that costs increase to if 8 I.I!).
Shan Yok vs. Ah Chong ot al. As
sumpsit for !f!)f. Judgment for $(iri,
increased by costs to$7(.:U). Appeal
noted to Intermedial' Court.
Kuanioo vs. Napoohiwi, action for
$200. Poepoe for plaintilf; Castlo
for defendant. Judgment for defend
ant ; costs $1.80.
Jos. Tinker vs. It. II. Graham, as
sumpsit for $1:18.1)0, for meat sup
plied to Siuatoga House. Judgment
for defendant; cots $1,110. Jonn.
Austin for plaintilf; Kinney it Peter
son for defendant.
Allen it Robinson vs. J. Alapai,
assumpsit for $(i0.Ul). Kinney ami
Peterson for plaintilfs. Judgment
confessed for $ lO.Il!), costs $7.
Kinney it Peterson vs. Hiaa (w.),
assumpsit for $.ri0, lawyer's fee in u
banco case. Judgment for plaintilf,
with costs, .fr:i.i.".
C. F. Wolfe vs. A. K. Kunuiakea;
A. J. Caitwright,. garnishee. .Mr.
Cartwright testilied lie did not owe
Kunuiakea anything; the latter owed
him $.'!00. He was responsible for
defendant's rent, $10 per month.
Under Queen Emma's will Kunuia
keu would have $80 per month, and
witness had to advance him some
thing to live on. Plaintiffs counsel
will submit an order for Court to
sign. Costs $:i.l().
Tuksiiay, Fell. 10th.
Kahimoku and Kamaua are debit
ed $(! each for drunkenness, anil
Peter and I lulu (w.) a like amount
for disturbing quiet of the night.
Kamauao was ordered to return to
the service of the I. I. S. S. Co.
DEATH OF AN AGED LADY-
Mrs. Lydia Ellis, widow of Judge
Ellis of Sonoma, died at Santa
Rosa, Cal., on January 28th, aged
1)2 years. Mrs. Ellis was born in
Alexandria, Va., November 12,
17915. She remembered distinctly
the burning of Washington City by
the British ; also plainly remembered
the death of General Washington.
She could describo the horse and
equipage of the first President to
their minutest details, recalling
plainly the negro who acted as host
ler. In 1815 Mrs. Ellis' father re
moved to Zanesville, Ohio. She has
been a resident of Santa Hosa for
the past two years and has lived in
the county for thirty years. The
aged lady leaves one daughter, Mrs.
S. C. Florence of that city. Ex
Sheriff Ellis of Sonoma is a nephew
of deceased. It can safely be said
that Mrs. Ellis was thu only person
in California who had lived through
all the Presidencies.
PACIFIC COAST ITEMS;
lone has a public readiiur-room.
The epizooty is among the horses
in Santa Cruz.
Townsend Woodfiold of San Jose
has failed. Liabilities, S 15,000.
The State Prison of Nevada cost
8-10,281.20 to run it last year.
The raisin shipments this season
at Fresno will reach 1-10,000 boxes.
Ilcdding claims that quite one
hundred new houses were erected in
the town during 1885.
Mrs. Ilngernow, for practising
medicine without a license, has been
sentenced to pay a line of 850 at
The Sonoma .county Supervisors
require saloon-keepers to give a
bond of 81,000 to keep an orderly
house and obey the laws.
An English syndicate has pur
chased the Monitor mine ami mills
at Taylor, While Pine county, Nev.
The consideration is said to be
The Third District Court Grand
Jury at Salt Lake havo returned
forty-one indictments, the greatest
number being for unlawful cohabita
tion. Much of the property belonging
to the estato of Charles Krug, the
insolvent viticulturist, lias been sold
by the assignee. Some wine sold for
!) and 5 cents a gallon.
Washington Territory Prohibi
tionists are endeavoring to secure
the passage of a bill through the
Legislature, making it an offense to
treat or cutci tain another person at
a public bar.
An old woman at Nord, Uuttc
county, cut out a corn with a razor,
and now her doctor, after amputat
ing tlio too, says the whole foot will
have to come off to save her from
lied Bluff held a large anti
Chlliese mooting recently, favored
Sacramento's claims to hold a Stato
convention, nnd determined upon an
organized plan to boycott tho Chi
nese. Tho Chinese nt Carson have serv
ed notices on four leading business
nifiii o( Cmon, ftov., that tlmy (tho
GIiIiiush) will censo to trade with
men who take active part In the
Nathaniel Jones, the County Tax
Collector of Salt Lake, Utah, has
been detected in the act of paying
money to a man who was to act as
a spy in the United States Marshal's
ofllcc, to give notice when warrants
for the arrest of polygamous Mor
mons wore issued, so that the saints
could have time to get out of the
J. Dalley, a carrier of special
delivery letters in Sacramento, has
been detected rilling valuable pack
ages nnd was arrested by the I'ldted
States Marshal. Dalley is seventeen
years of age. He confessed to the
theft of two rings from packages,
one of which was found on his
. $ Broken to Saddle and
l(i ., Y Htirufxp, and well cared
V$v-T for, while In clmrue.
VSJA Ittllcl, near Owen Holt.
Estate of T. K. Krouso.
'"IMIE undersigned, having been elect.
X ed assignee of the above estate,
hereby requests all persons Indebted to
this esiate to pa Immediately, and all
per-ons having claims against this
estate to send their bills linmedlatelv to
T. 11. LUCAS.
Honolulu, Jan. 20, IbStl. US :5w
Jfolico of Loiters Patent.
ALL persons are hereby noli lied that
Letters Patent ueie issued by the
Hawaiian- Oovurmiieut to .IA.MKS
KENNKY of Honolulu on the lllth day
of December, A.n. 183.1, for an Improve,
iiieiit ill liiakc, u;ig ai.d chaise springs,
and Hint said Letters Patent were as
signed by the giiid James Kenney to the
Hawaiian CaribigoJIaiiufncturlng Com
pany on the 22ml day of December, A.n.
1885, wherefore the mid Hawaiian Car
rlago Manufacturing Company hereby
warns all persons against infringing on
tlio said Letters Patent.
HAWN CAHH1AOE MANF'O Co. '
Honolulu, Dec. 22, 18rf5. 208 tf
TO KENT, CHEAP
walk from the
Ofllcc. Applv to
J. ALFHED MAGOON,
12 Merchant Street. 18 if
Election of Officers.
AT the Annual Meeting of the Eat
Mnnl Plantation Company, held
on the 20lh Jmiti'iry, li-'O, the follow ing
oillcers weru duly elected for thu cur.
Coi, Wm. F. AM.EX Pn-siili'iit
I. Kn. Hoi'KMANN Vice-President
P. C. Jonks Secretary &: Treasurer
Cot.. Wm. P. Ai.ua Auditor
Director: Col. Win. F. Allen, Hon. C.
It. Bishop and P. C. Jones.
J. O. (JAHTEH,
Sec'y pro tern K. Jlaul Plantation Co.
Election of Officers.
AT the Annual Meeting of the Ha
waiian Agiicultural Company
held on the 2LU .1 nonary, the following
oillcers were elected to serve for the cur.
Hon. Char H. Hmuoi- President
M u. Sam'i. C. Amxx Vice-President
Mn. P. C. Joxi:s Treasurer
Mil. Josnru O. Cautki: Secretary
Mil. Tom May Auditor
Directors Hon. C. 1 . Bishop, Mr.S.
C. Allen and Mr. P. Clones
Sec'y Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 18S0. 32 1m
lfuwhioiiuUle Olotilc nnd
Corner of Alakca & Kins Sts.
Feathers Cleaned and Dyed.
4 AdaniM I.anc
Hals dyed and prc'fod,
Feathers cleiined and curled,
Native stiawsbiwcd in ill the Intist
Lessons given In tldriy-slx kinds of
fai.cy work, with drawing and pilnline:
Orders taken for all kinds of emhioi-
Hawaiian Hell Telephone
rpHK follow lag chaiiire-. and additions
JL have been iiiadu since the publica
tion of the la-t ollicial list, of which
Hiih-'crihcrs are reipiested to lake nolo:
No. il While Hon e,
"i:i:i-C. K.Miller (res.)
" 1.01 Iw-vslono Siloon.
"!1IK J. U. Kiiuiiiiml (res)
"102 M. Ooldherg,
" -lns-J. Jt. Greene (rc.)
" -110 -A.M. Melll.s(rcx.)
" 111 Mis. K. (Ja-toyne (re.)
II. Merger. Til lw
rJ70'VI3 COAT, !
Housekeepers lake notice t
The Itowt Lot
Ever hroiitiht to this Market. For sale
In quantities to suit by
CASTLE & COOKE.
P.O 110X319, hiTAHWSUBJ l370i
Real Estate Agent,
Wlldci's Steamship Ajrent.
Great lluilliigton lUllioul
MclNTYRE & BRO..
' IMI'OUTEKS and DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST COHNL'R FORT AND KINO STREETS.
New Goods received by every Packet from (ho EiitU-rn Slates and Europe
From Ciilllornhi Produce by every Steamer. All oiders faithfully attended to
nnd Goods delivered to any part ot the city free of cliarue. Island oiders roll,
cited. Satisfaction giinranteid. Tost Ollice 1'ox Mn. Telephone No. 02. 108 ly
SAN FRANCISCO, January 13, 1S80.
IMessis. V. 1$. WllNlilro & Co., Agents
MacNEALE & URBAN SAFES,
206 California Streot, San Francisco, Cal.
niiMi-.N; In reply to your Inquiry concerning the opening of the BurL'lar.
L-ft in the sure In the ofllcc of the Clerk of the Supremo Court now so
n as Till-: MCCARTHY SAFE I will say that I took charge of the
.i K"""" "s V"' MCUAKTin SAFE
.mij.1 on iTi-iiiiuMiiiy, iiiuuui nisi, j-oi- somo(ias iitevir u unsuccessful uttempts
had been made by vnrious experts to pick the lock. On Tliursduv, further, simllur
ellort- wen. made, whli Hie siiniu lesuli. bv Mr. EiKlmi and othir nntul experts.
ft1'. M).M FINALLY DECLARED THAT THE LOCIv COULD NOT
Hb I'lfUI-.l), and thai the safu must ho opened by force.
On Friday 1 cinplocd the expert of one of your loinpelltors, who did fallhful
and lioiiL-l work for thai purpose.
.'" ?',l,,!!l!l.V '",,r hi work was begun, and this ninriili:- (Wi-duesilaO FOUR
D.V h Al 1 Lit, the t-xpirl succeeded in drilling through the door mill opening the
I consider it was an extraordlimrily severe test, much beyond what a burclnr
could possibly employ under nny circumstances, and can assure It has Inspired me
'AVtU r , Jv.'i"1 ""'"''I"" " ihu rceuriiy of our llurgbir.J'ionf Safes, nnd that
-iOUl Lf CKS ARE PICK-PROOF AGAINST THE 1EST EXPERTS.
After working for some hours on the loci;, one experi said he hud found that
A was one letter and aiimher that C was one. On, examination, neither of these
letters appeared In th combination. Yours fiily,
.1. I). Sl'ENOER, Clerk of Supreme Court.
S&T The above was a No, 8 MauMSAI.K it URHAN Fire nnd Hurglar Safe.
C. O. BERCER.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a largo and carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Cusloni-Mado Clothing, and Hats and Caps
Ii ell tlii Latest Styles mi Patterns.
t2T I'articuiar attention is called to an elegant Hue of Gent's Ncckweor.
i rut vr-,;,
Granite, iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
093 SHEET IRON WORK.
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom Houso Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Opcin House,
Fire and Life Insurance Agent.
I will say that I took charge
General Acnt for the IlinvnUan ImIiuiiIs.
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