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WEDNESDAY, PtB, 17, 188(5.
OOIUMC 1. S. CO.
Alameda, fioni San l'r.ineleo for Colo
iiIps, FpIi. 20.
Aucliall.i, fiom Sydnev for San-Fran-clco,
Mk Mulr-mlc from Poit Tiiwtiend. V T
Stmr .Ins Mnkee fioni Kauai
SchrMaua fiom llotimiiu
Sehr Hnlcakala fiiim Pepcekco
Sehr Mulolo fiom Lutipahnchnc
'I'm ii Maty Dodge for San Fi.ineiseo
Slmr 0 It IlNhop for Iluinukiia
Sehr Lukn for Kohalalclc
Sehr JZIiiiKuI for Wulalua
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Slinr.las Mulec for Kapaa via Walauao
Srlir Hnlcakala for Pepcekco
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Foie-t Queen.
J!k SinnitiM. ONen
JJk Chilean, D.nlcs
Ilk Vltrliiln. Potilrn'v
Brig Allle Row o, Phillips
Bktue .lolin Woicester.
Bktne Mt Lebanon, XcNon
llktnc .lobn Sinltli, Kutel
Rktno Eiucku, Lee
Rgtno.) D Spicckels, FUN
Bgtne Uonsiiclo. CmMus
Sehr Canute. .Jcmiiiiu'ii
For Wlndwuid Ports, per V O Hall.
Febniarv US For tbe Volcano: Col X
R Burlton. Col V II WHon. A lliown.
A I, Blown, M Ctawfoid. S Kay and
von. For way poll-: Col 0 II .lutlil,
Julius H .Smith. J D Hiown.T Lucas,
J. Tinner. Thos E Cavanagh. Roby.l
Smith, (5 V McMillan, O YV MeDougall
and DO deck.
For Kauai, per Iwalanl, Fcbittaty II!
f N S Wllll-niw. W E Row ell. V W
Hall, V KnuiUcii and :i on, Mrs 1. S
Noble. C Guv, L Tlteomb. Dr G Her
bert. L Kaltofen, H Melnto-li anil HO
For Wlndwaiil Foil., per Kliiau. Feb
liiary HI Hon Dr.I Wlglit. Hon .lames
Kean, Mis.1 l Kapena. C I. Wight. A
Young Wight, V HCoinwell. JiissA
Young, Capt G W Wlllfong. .f Magulie.
.f II lHilwn, .1 O Caiter, -A I Woltci-, I) V
Smith, KovK XI )er. C K .Miller, Mis
HCoinuell, .1 II F.ldcr, K Heck, Mis S
Macy, Klmo (Pake), M lloki and -2
chlldien, S K Kane, G V Wilder. Mis. I
11 .Jones. F 1 Hasting and 10(1 deck.
For Sail Fi.meNeo. per Mniy Dodge,
Felmiaiv17 Mr J Smith ami 11 IIu '.
Chief Engineer lliownell with the
launch Montague was steaming about
the bay this inoiiilug doing odd job-.
The IliltMi baik Chllena ieeeled
sugar from the steamer Dow-ett this
Thu Milling of the Mount Lebanon
lias been po-tponcd until h.ituukiy
The 'ehooneis Saudi A: Kll.i and
Jlalnbow wcic hoo down lliis nioiiiiiiL'.
The Ke An lion Is on the Matino
Itnlhvny being cleaned.
The Kteainer Dow sett mihed this
morning with not) bags of sugar fiom
Pain, Maul. Shu .ill to-inoiiow at -'
The ulionncr Miiiui bioiight 1.048
bagh of sugar fiom llouomu this iiioin
Ing and dleliaiged Into the baik Vh
gluin. The Mana lot her main top
mast and her main boom wa- spuing.
The barkentlno John Woiee-ter that
arrhed yesterday afternoon fiom X'cw
eastle, X S W, has Sl't tons of coal for
Jrwln & Co.
The steamer .fas Makee bi ought L:)!H
bags of sugar this moiiiing. Shu sails
to-morrow at 2 r. M. for Kapaa hi
The steam cow leeched ug.ir fiom
the Mnkee this moinlng and took It out
to the Fuieka in the stieam.
The Anieiieaii baikeutlne .lobn Smith
now (INehaiging coal near the P M S S
whaif has been chaiteicd by Uiowcrife
Co. for San FiancUeo.
The schooner Maiy Dodge sailed this
afternoon for San FiaueNco with "i.L'L'O
bags of sugar and 700 bags of lieu.
LOCAL & GENERAL
Thk Honolulu Itillcs
for (hill to-night.
Coai.-um:us, lead JIcssih.
it Co.'n luhuitisuiiient.
TiiKitn will bo tlio usual devotional
meeting atFoit Stieet Oliiueh this
I.ouih Kaltofen, of Waimea, Kauai,
lias been adjudged a hankiupt on his
Tin: houso of Mr. J.T. Watei house,
jr., Niitianu avenue, is open to the
right kind of tenants.
-. m - -
Tinnti: will bo a meeting of Lodge
lu Progrcs de l'Oeeanie, this evening,
at 7 :30 o'clock ; second degiee.
lli:v. Geo. Wallace will deliver a
Inief addiess at the devotional meet
ing in St. AndicwV Cathcdial this
Mil. .1. Lyons will sell California
pioduee, boots and shoes, two ear
linge hoises, -etc., at his salesiooni,
30 o'clock to-inoiiow.
Tin: six mules that ciiino by the
baik Finest Queen yesteidav inoining
veto sent by the steauici Kinau in
the aftoi noon for Laupahoehoe, Ha
waii. Tiiiiity men and twenty women
weie sent by Mossis. F. A. Sehaefer
it Co., by the hteamei C. H. Ilishop,
this nooii, for Mr. W. II. Puivis, Ku
Mil. John Siuitlifoinierly employ
ed by Wilder t Co., and later by the
liiter-Islaiid Steam Navigation Co.,
loft for Han Fiaucisco by tho Mary
.Dodge this nftei noon.
PitAYKn nnd pmlun meeting nt Die
Jl"i 1 l.nioti Vistry Hi!" mcn'iig m
7.H ) oloulJ. Bubiceti "Tho Test of
Iloligious Profession," John 8 :31i
llcv. II. ?. Jordan will lend.
YnsTT.muv iifleriioon four"Angiis"
bulls, Hinging in ago from II to 18
iiiontlm, were sunt, by tlio utoainur
W. G. Hall for luipapala ranch, Ha
waii, for breeding purposes.
Hi:.mi:miii:ii sale of Mr. Ilassingcr's
ell'eets at Mr. W. O. Smith's late
lesidenee, Ponsneoln stieet, tu-moi-iow,
and jirucuiu n eatnlogue at Mi.
Levey's salesroom in advance.
Tin: Hook & Ladder t'oiiipaiiy's
new ti tick, di-ablcd on the occasion
of the leeent liic, has been put in
miming older by the Hawaiian Cai
riago Manufacturing Compiiny.
P.MA Mill, Maui, has suspeiuled
opet.itioim for a dioit time on ac
count of the breaking of a pinion. A
new one will be cast to-day anil sent
to liiin by the Dowsett to-inoiiow.
It was iiinioicd this inoining that
the Doinitila had been picked up by
the steauici Lehtia and towed into
Lahaiua, Muni, but no one seems to
know how the news ciiine lieie, as no
vessel has anivcd fioni Lahaina to
day. Mit. .1. I. l)owett's new schooner
Sitie Dowsett.nickiianied "Tootsey,"
sailed this nftei noon on hoi maiden
tiip for Ileeia, Koolatt, with about .'10
tons of coal. " ToolM'y " sits hand
souiel.s upon the water, and will, no
doubt, piove satisfactoiy to her owner
as well as builder.
Two bundled and live of thoneulj
aimed Japanese imiiiigiauts wor
shipped lij the Kinau yestenlay as
follows; fiU men and 18 women to
llilo Sugar Compiny, 1)8 men and (!
women to Waiakca Sugar Company,
and HO men and 1!) women to Ilaka
lati Sugar Company.
A Chinaman entered Police Justice
Uickei ton's house, in the absence of
Mrs. Hiukcrton on Monday afternoon,
and was iiimmaging a jewel box
taken fiom a buieau, when he was
suipiNed by Miss Eva, the judge's
daughter, and escaped by a window
without taking any booty.
Tin: K. 11. Hand is playing this
hour at the Immigration Depot, foi
the delectation of the .lap", and will
play at the (Queen's Hospital to-nioi-iow
nftei noon. It will gje a moon
light conceit on Fiiday evening, and
make the umi.i1 appeaiance on Satui
day afternoon, at P.inma s(iiaie.
Tin: band conceit last evening at
Kninia Siiuaie was hugely attended
by an appieciathe audience, who
loudly applauded several selections.
Kucotes weie icpoudcil to with Alii
Wela and Lei Leliua. The coning
was magniliceiilly bright and would
hae been, but foi a slight shower,
Or Mr. Wash. Xoi ton's chaiaeter
tiaiisfoimatiou acting, the Hawke's
Bay "Heiald" says, "The peifoimer
went tluough his ti.iiisfoimations in
full view of the audience, changing
diesses, shoes, wigs, hats, bonnets,
and even stocking1 almost iiistau-tancou-ly,
and illiistiated each chai
aeter piesontcd by song and dia
logue." It was reported this moiiiing that
the schooner Canute was for sale. On
iiuiuiiing of Messrs. T. II. Davies it
Co., agents foi tho esel, about her
futuio inoements, it was leained
that no definite action has been de
cided upon, but the schooner will
either be put on the intei-island trade
or will ictiiiii to San J'laneisco with
At a meeting of the Koyal Hawa
iian Hotel Co., held yeM'eiday inoin
ing, it was decided to accept the
chaitor giautcd by the Pi ivy Council,
and the following olllccis weie elect
ed : PioMdont, Geo. W. Macfailaiie;
Vice Piesidcnt, A. .1. Caitwiight;
Tieasuier, K. C. Maefailano; Seere
taiy and Auditor, Walter S. Hanks;
lloaid of Diiectois, A. .1. Caitwiight,
Samuel Pinker, K. C. Macfailaiie, S.
M. Damon and Geo. W. Macfailaiie.
Foil a week after the S.
ma passed tluough lieie
fioni San Fiaucisco to the Colonies,
tlicic wcio ruuiois that the captain
had repoited the Alameda to have
been sending up signals of distress
when sighted on tho thiid night out.
For pitidcntial icasoiis wo refrained
from publishing the repoit. The
fact is the captain of the Mararoa
told a lady passenger, and perhaps
others, on the inoining after meeting
the Aiamcda, Unit the latter vessel
had startled him by sending up blue
lockets, but (hut bis anxiety was
allayed on finding (or lciiieiubeiing)
that the Oceanic Company's steam
eis Used blue lockets for mutual
i ('cognition when they passed at
night on the high sea.
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
Wi.PNKsiiAV, Feb. 17.
Before McCully, J. In the matter
of the estate of Simon K. Knai, the
accounts of .S. 11. Dole and S. M.
Damon, adiiilnistrntors, witli tho will
annexed, weie examined, and the
Court postponed approval of the
same until next Friday, when a mo
tion to be filed by Mr. A. Rosa on
behalf of the Hawaiian Government
will be hcaul as to preferred claims
against the estate.
llcfoio Preston, . J. His Honor
lieai d application of Makaiewnlu (k. )
of Wnialna, Onlnt, praying that ho
- J ' i-JJ WwmmmmgfgKyuwynwmm
jnny 1)0 appointed cuaidlan of Ka
lml (Wi) utul Kunlll (';,), minors.
T, Cottit granted the rrquost otid
ot dared guaidiaii to lhu a bond of
FOURTH JUDICIAL CtltCClT, KAl'AI.
Hon. A. F. Judd, C. .1. presiding,
Hon. J. Hardy, Circuit Judge ; Hon.
P. Neumann, Attorney General.
Pen! pleaded guilty to nn indict
ment for house-breaking, and was
sentenced to 2 years' iuipiisonmeiit.
Ilanare Haleakala,liouse-bi caking,
brought up under commitment from
District Justice of Kawailiau. A
nul. pios. was entered and the
piisoner sent to tlio Police Court to
lie tried for larceny.
A nol. pios. was entered in the
case of a Chinese Atais.in committed
by the Police Justice of Lihuc.
Albeit .Scott, committed by Dis
tiict Justice of Koloa for house
breaking, was acquitted.
Kancaua (k.), committed by Dis
trict Justice of Koloa, got !1 years
with haul labor and was lined S2f,
In ic petition of John Iiodiiguc,
Jose Mnna, Antonu tie Cametie,
Manuel Quintal, for a writ of habeas
coiptis; the Court oril red the writ
issued and on hearing the case dis
charged the prisoneis fiom custody,
owing to defective mittimuses of the
District Justice of ICawaihau. J.
W. Kalua for the petitioners, Attorney-General
Neumann for the
The Cotut examined a number of
candidates for license to practice
law, and deemed it inadvisable to
admit any at piesent.
Wi:dni:siay, Feb. 17th.
Kauaua, drunkenness, SO. Lum
Kun, Chow Nung, Pung Hi, assault
and battery on Ah Nin ; Lum Kun
S'J.fiO, the others discharged. J. J.
Levey and Keokc, affray, the first
mulct $8, the other $0. Ah You,
$10, assault and battery on Ah Lo.
John Degraves, charged with 88 tins
of opium unlawfully in his posses
sion, remanded until the 18th for
INTERESTING TO ICE MEN.
In a discussion on the ailificial
pioduction of cold, befoic the Poly
technic Association of the American
Institute, some time ago, Mr. Pait
ridgc gave sonic particulais of what
may be eailed the "binary" liquid
system of ice machinery. Messis.
Tessie Du Motay and Augiistc J.
Rossi found that many of the etheis,
as well as their alcoholic radicals,
have the power of absoibing gaseous
sulpliiiious aiihydiide to an extent
in some instances of :10() times the
volume of the gas. Many of the
hydrocarbons, chlorofoi in, bisulphide
of carbon, act in a similar manner,
but do not absorb quite as much.
The liquids obtained in this way
have some very remarkable proper
ties. Sonic of the liquids gave no
pleasure at 00, others none at
00 F. The vapois weie not in
flammable. One of these liquids
was chosen for use in an ice machine.
It consists of ether saturated with
.i0 percent of sulphiuous dioxide.
This "binary" liquid is capable of
pioducing a very gicat degree of
cold. Tho advantage of such a
liquid can hardly be overestimated.
It can be used in any of the ice
machines now at work, small changes
in details being in general all that is
required to adapt them to the use of
the binary liquid. From results
aheady obtained, it is stated that a
ton of ice in what is called a 3-ton
machine costs 83.50, in a, G-ton
machiue S1.92. When larger sizes
aic used the cost is btill further re
duced, and ice is produced in a 2.)-ton
machine for !)2 cents per ton, and in
a 50-ton machine for 80 cents. This
supposes coal to be obtainable at
SI per ton. In thu small machines
coal is less than half the whole cst;
in the largo machines coal at $1 is
about halt the cost.
Warn: Shuts for full dress parties,
white Kid Gloves, white lawn & satin
Ties A Scarfs, at M. Goldberg's. It
Anmvi:i) ex St. Paul Latest styles
of Picture .Mouldings, Wall and Coi
ner Rrackets, Rustic Flames, Minors,
Lap Hoards, IS. W. Chans, Maible
Top Parlor Tables, R. W., Ash and
Cedar Dining Tables, Violin Stiings
and Rows, Onits, Velocipedes, Rats,
Foot Ralls, etc., etc., too muueious
to mention, anil to ho sold as cheap
as tho cheapest.
51 lw Wkst, Dow &. Co.
A FIUST-CLASS truck or hack Horse,
Apply to O. W
INFORMATION of the whereabouts
of William Wesscls and Sclicllel
anil Paul Jciuuuiue. Address
J. E. WISEMAN,
i2 General Uusiuc Agent.
Estate oi,'T. E. Krouse.
THE undersigned, having been elect,
ed assignee of tlio abou (Into,
heieby requests all persons Indubteit to
this estatu to pa immediately, and all
pufrons having claims nguiutt 1 li I -t
estate to bund -their bills liiiinidiately m
T. R. LUCAri
Honolulu, Jan. 2U, 1830. USji.
rpilU Jflmiln f otistilalo lia? rtnibvtil
JL this liny to No. U27 Kiluuuii Street.
February 10, 1888. Oil at
TO RENT, CHEAP.
ACOTTAOE of 0 Rooms. Five
in'nutcs' walk from the Post
Office. App'.y to
42 Merchant Btrcet.
Hrokcn to Saddle and
Harney, nud well cared
for, while In charge.
Iwllcl, near Owen Holt.
Notioo of Letters Patent.
ALL persons are hereby notified that
Letters Patent weie leaned by the
Hawaiian Government to JAM US
KCNNLT of Honolulu on the 1Mb day
of December, A.t. 1 88.1, for an Improve,
inent In brake, gig and chaise spilng",
and that said Lutlcit. Patent wue as.
signed by the sild .1 nines Kciincy to the
Han ulinii Carriage Manufacturing Com
pany on the 22ml day of December, A.i.
188."). whcicfore the uid Hawaiian Or
ilago Manufiicturina: ('oiiipanv heieby
warns all puisons ngilmt Inlilnglng on
the said l.elleis Patent.
1IAWN CAKKIAGE MANF'O Co.
Honolulu, Dec. 2-2, ISi.1. 203 If
Election of Oilleers.
AT the Annual Meeting of the East
Maul Plantation Company, held
on the 20lli .laiumiy, lbSG, the following
officers were duly elected for thu cur
Coi.. Wm. F. Am.kn President
.1. Li). Hoffmann VlccProhletit
P. C. Jonks Scerelarv iV: Treasurer
Cot.. Wm. F. A1.1.1.N . Auditor
Director: Col. Win. F. Allen, Hon. C.
It. Iiisliop and P. C. .lones.
.Scc'y pro tcni 12. .Maui Plantation Co.
Election of Oflicors.
T the Annual Meeting of the Hn-
walliin Agricultural Coiiipiny
held on the Slat Jiiuiuiry, the following
officers were elected to serve for tho cur.
Hon. Ciias R. Bishop President
Mil. Sam'i. 0. Au.i.n Viccl-rcJik-nl
Mil. P. C. Jonks Treasurer
Mit. Josi.Pi! O. Caiitf.u Secretary
Mil. Tom May Auditor
Directors Hon. C. I . Bishop, Mr. S.
C. Allen and Mr P. C. .Tones
J. O. CARTER.
Sec'y Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Honolulu. .Ian. 22, 18li. :)2 lm
MRS. GASCOYNE, .
ITiiNliiiiulI Oloulc unci
Corner of Alal.ca & King Sts.
Feathers Cleaned and Dyed.
S A. I.
No. 4 AdauiH I, nue.
Hals dyed and pic-pcd,
Feathers cleaned and cm led,
Native .sliaws sewed in i.ll the latest
I.usons given in tliirty.slx kinds of
f.ir.cy work, witli drawing and pilntiu g
Orders taken for all kinds of embroi
Hawaiian Bell Telephone
rTHIE following changes and additions
X liave been made since the publica
tion of the Inst official list, of which
subscribers are requested to take note:
No. !I White Home,
" 1830. K. Miller (res.)
" 201 Kcvstono Saloon,
" :il8 J. U. Kawainul (res.)
"102 M. Goldberg,
" I0S-.I. R. Greene (res.)
" 110-A. M. Mellis (res.)
" II I Mrs. E. Gascoync (res.)
II. Ilerger. Iw
TOlii COAL !
Hoiisckecpeis take notitel
The HeHt JLoL
Ever brought to this Market. For sale
In quantities to suit by
CASTLE & COOKE.
In lloud or Duty Paid.
A Very Choice Lot, Fresh and Full.
The liubt In the Market.
Election of Ollicers.
AT the Annual Meeting of the C.
Rrower Company held this day,
the following gentlemen were elected
for the ensuing year:
Mil. P. O. Jo.mis President
Mn. P. C. .Ioni.b .Manager
Mii.il. O. CAinini Secretary
Mu. J. O. Oahtku Treasurer
Col.. V. F Ai.iun Auditor
Director Hon. Chas. R. Rlshop,
MfssiH. Sam'I C. Allen and Henry
JOSEPH O. CARTER,
Scc'y O. Erewcr ii Company.
Honolulu, Fob. -1, lb(J. 41 lm
P.O. BOX M7,
General Business Agent.
Rcil E?ta.c Agent,
Emnlovmi nt Agent,
llih r'n Steamship Agent,
Grcit Rurllnglon Rillroatl Agcnl
H. EL MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAhT CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods recehed by oerv Packet fioni the Enntern StatrR and Europe.
Fresh California Produce by rery Strainer. All orders falihfullv aiteniied lo.
and Goods delivered lu-iny p-iri nt the city frto of rhnrgc. Islunil orders foil,
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Olllcc llo 1 1.1. Telephone No. 02. 1C3 ly
KaS 131 E'dk'1 -frii
IKrt.7?nl II UfilairtT&v 1 l li.-n fci n i'WJJ;!lllt
SAN FHANCISCO, January 111, 18JG.
Mchhvh. W. . Wilshiro & Co., Agents
MacNEALE & URBAN SAFES,
206 California Street, San Francisco, Cal.
Gknti r.MEN: In reply to your Inquiry concerning the opening of the Burp-Jar.
pioof Uiet hi the Bare in lhu nlllce of tho Clerk of the Supremu Court now to
well knoun as THE MCCARTHY SAFE-I will say that I took charge of tlio
otllce on ""i edne(Iay, the (Jib inn. For some iln s pre inns unsuccessful attempts
had been made by arious experts lo pick the lock. On Thursday, further, similar
. .Tt1cVJ,Vini-Le' wUl1 ""niinoicsiili. bv Mr. Enslcu mill ntlur noted expertu,
h,JPJ -.VH0I FINALLY DECLARED THAT THE LOGIC COULD NOT
IIL PICKbD, mill that the safe must liu opened In force.
On Friday I einphned the epcit of one of your competitors, who did faithful
mm ininr-M worn 1(11 lll'll Illirpn-I'.
i-i'd1 S,illmKl1'' "on,i,, worU "us begun, anil this moinhig (Wednesday) FOUR
DAYS Al 1EH, the expert succeeded in drilling tluough the dooi and oiieninir the
I consider it was an extraordinarily seerc tet. much beyond what a burglar
could possibly employ under any citrunistnncc, and can nfsuru it has inspired me
JV,.I,U"'. "i''llrt emiliclcncc In the K'ciulty of our Burglar.Proof Safes, and that
YOUR LOCKS ARE PICK-PROOF AGAINST THE REST EXPERTS.
After working tor fome hours on ihe lock, one (.xpert i-'ild he hmi found that
was one lettei and anoiher that Owns one. On examination, neither of these
ktteis appiand in thy combination, Y'ours truly,
I. D. SPE'NCER, Clerk of Suorcmc Court.
The nboNc.was a No. S MacNEALE & UIMUN Fire and Rurglnr Safe.
C. O. BERGER.
'2 5 lm
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a large and carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Cusiom.Made Clothing, and Hats and Caps
In all tie Latest Styles and Patterns.
235?" Particular attention is called to an elegant Hue of Gent's Neckwear.
JOHI NOTT, 1.
Granite, iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PL'JMBIKFG, TIH, COPPER AND
908 SHEET IRON WORK.
Telephone 1 72. JI3,
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom Houso Broker,
Mutineer Hawaiian Onem House.
Fire and Life Insurance Agont.
-r.' ' :
General Agent for Hi c HnAaiian Iplnntls.
I I -II JUM.
8 Kaaliiiaiii Street