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THURSDAY, FEU. 18. 1880.
OCKANIC S. S, CO.
Alameda, from San Francisco for Colo
nies, Feb. 20.
Australia, from Sydney tor San Fran
cisco, Foli, 20.
Whaler Abraham Uarker from S F
Sclir Wnloll from Mnllkn
Scbr Waleliu from Kauai
hchr Maty Poster from Wiilmcn, Kauai
" "DEPARTURES. ""
Slinr.Ins Makee for ICttpnn via Walnuac
StnirJas I Dow sett for Mullko
Schr Walelm for Kauai
Selir Walolt foi Mallko
Sohr Malolo for I.atipahochuc
Si'lir Mury Foster for Koloa
Sehr llalcnkala for I'epoekeo
vessels in port.
Rk Majestic. Ilcrgninu
Uk Forest (Jnccn. Winding
Jtk .Sumatra. ONun
Ilk Clillunn, I)alos
Uk Virginia. Pettlgiew
Rrlg Allle Rowc, Phillip
llktnu iTolin Worcester. KitWehoii
llktno -Ml Lebanon, XoImiii
llktnu.loliu .Smith, Kiwlcl
Ilktm; Eureka, Leo
Itgtno.l nspreekols, Frils
Rgtue Cunsitelo. Couliis
Si'lir Canute. ,lolmiinii"-on
The schooner Hnlcakala brought 1.878
bans of sugar.
The schooner Malolo hrnu"ht l.iill
bags of sugar.
The schooner Wuloli brought (KM)
bags of sugar.
The schooner .Mary Foster brought
1,002 bags of sugar.
The schooner Waieliu brought 200
bags of rice.
The schooner Malolo had pretty se
vere weather at Luupahochoc last week.
She lost two anchors and would have
gone ashore hut for the prompt action
of the captain In getting out a kedge
The brlgantlne Consuclo sails on Sat
urday, the Mount Lebanon Monday and
the .1 I) Sprockets and Km eka Tuesday
for their respective ports.
The balk Majestic. (Japt Uorgman,
arrived yesteidav afternoon 2 days
from Port TowiimmuI. with (!il,4;i'.i feet
of rough and til, 1 1 1 feel of dreed lum
ber, 17,01) pickets. :!.-.. L',"u laths and
200,000 shingles to I Inckfeld & Co. On
days, experienced heavy suiithwcM and
the 11 tli day out and for the succeeding 15
southeast gales, the mot severe occur
ring on January 22nd. The Majctle is
lying at the foot of Foit sticet and on
account of shallowness of the water she
lias a slight list to the starboaid.
Captain Kibling of the Waleliu re
ports calms and stiong southwest cur
rents on tlie course from Kauai to this
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The mango season is close at hand.
TllK U. S. Consulate needs a new
Two weddings to-night: particulars
A pa I u house
Merry Makers as
was assured the
earlv as noon to-
Tin: schooner Mary Foster will sail
to-niortow p.m. with Japs for Koloa,
Laiioi: and capital An urchin
turning over u load of wood to find a
Tin: Choral and (Juintette Club
ineetH at the (iyninasiiini this even
ing for practice.
Tin: last number of "O Luso Hawa
iiauo" is illustrated with a woodcut of
the crater of Kilauea.
A mail by the bark Mount Lebanon
for China is to close at the Post
Ollice, 2 p. in. on Satuiday.
Tin: monthly business meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. will be held at the
rooniH at 7 :!M) this evening.
A l'H.i: of refuse that frequently
stands on tho Alakea sticet side of
tlio Hotel giounds emits a repulsive
Tur.ni: is at last a prospect of the
niynah bilds being extirpated, thoy
having manifested an appetite for tlio
A DivniKNi) of livo dollars per share
is payalilo to sbareholdors of tho
Priiieevillu Plantation Co., at Messis.
C. Brewer it Co.'s ollice.
Tin: money older list for United
States, (ireat Biitain, Hongkong,
utc, per S. S. Australia, closes at tho
Post Ollice, II p. in. Friday.
Mr.ssits. K. P. Adams & Co. hold
their lcgular cash sale to-moriow,
oll'eiing bankrupt stock, sausage and
gas machines, a wagonette, etc.
A iii:khi:nt is quietly winking up
u project of lighting Honolulu with
electricity, bid it depends upon the
favor of tho coming Legislature.
A .mahk. has been placed on the
lop of Punchbowl to indicate the
highest point, anil many peoploeliinb
'the hill to ascertain what tlio thing is.
Tin: Japs that went by tlio Mukee
this noon looked like a bund of
Digger Indians, as thoy niaiched
along Fort Stieot enveloped in bright
,., . ,
Mu. Tewksbuiy, of thu Customs,
was enguged this nioining in uocer-
tnlnhig the killing range of bonded
beur.iges for happy and cureless
denizens of tlio realm.
Mn. T. II Norton, an old whaler,
who ?.0 youis ago had charge of the
whaling' vessel Onward, and who has
been very ill at the Hospital forsoinu
years, is said to bo in a critical state
Tin: Btenmer Jas. Mnkeo sailed this
noon. Shu took 50 mule and 21
females of the .Japanese immigrants
for Mnkee Sugar Co., Kuuai, and 20
men and 9 women for Mr. Wideinunn,
Tiiehi: seems to be unusual inter
est taken in chess playing of late.
Mr. Clever, of Hollistor fc Co.'.s drug
store, since the recent death of a
well-known piolleient, has been tin
able to 11 ii 1 an ciiul in the gume.
Cut. Shockley, of I lie whaler
1 lowland, who was taken to the Hos
pital the other day, is improving, Iml
will not be able to take command of
the essel again. Wnid has been sent
to San Francisco to send out another
captain to lake ehaigo of the Hol
land. 'I'm: Honolulu liilles niusteied in
good foico last night to diill. Thcie
aio several applications for member
ship to be voted upon at tilts next
meeting, and the ptomennde concert,
a shott encampment and another
taiget piaetiee will he subjects of dis
cussion. Or the Meiry Makets, that open in
the Hawaiian Opeia House this even
ing, the l'oveity Hay Herald says:
"Mr. II. Noi man's line baiitoue voice
was lieaid to good ell'eet in the two
songs which lie lendeied and which
weie well icceived. Mr. Leroylo, in
hiri Hibernian specialties, was gieatly
applauded, his stop dancing being
Tin: whaler Abialutin Darker ar
rived this morning, f).r days from
San Francisco, via Maria Island,
with no oil. The niutu'n wife
being ill was landed here and
will leturn to the Coast by
the next steamer. The Ilarker will
sail to.morrow morning for a shott
cruise and will return for her captain
who is expected by the steamer Satui
A DANCER SIGNAL.
The hark Foicst Queen, now
docked at Brewer's wharf, had a red
Hag danger signal hoisted on her
fore-top-mast, to show that she has
combustible material on board. .She
came in Tuesday morning and that
llag lias been up ever since. The
manifest states that the Forest Queen
hasofi pkgs. of powder for Messrs. ti.
O. Hall ..v.- Hon. The quality of the
combustible is not specified, but is
said to be giant powder, a very
powerful and dangerous article. It
appears that this powder is in the
hold beneath other freight, hence
the delay in getting it out. However,
on inquiring of the Port Surveyor, it
is learned that combustibles arriving
hero are supposed to bo landed im
mediately, and the vessel has no
right to dock until the powder is
off. While the danger is admitted,
on whom the responsibility rests is
dilllcult to discover. It is to be
presumed that every precaution will
be taken by all concerned to pi event
SUPREME COURT IN BANCO.
TnuitsiiAV, Feb. 18th
The Supreme Court is sitting
banco to-day, for the hearing of the
following cases from last term :
W. A. .Shipman vs. J. 11. Na
walii, appellant. Exceptions. "V.
I. Castle and L. A. Thurston for
plaintiff; Paul Neumann and Kin
ney & Peterson for defendant.
A. Hieineiifaclineidcr vs. Win. Ka
laehao, appellant. Exceptions.
Ashford & Ashford for plaintiff; S.
11. Dole for defendant.
Kong iw,o vs. Kahnlckou, appel
lant. Exceptions. W. K. Castle
and II. E. Avery for plaintiff; J.
M. 1'oepoo for defendant.
Awa et a!., vs. J. M. Horner et
nl. Question reserved. Kinney &
Peterson for plaintiffs; L. A.
Thurston and A. Uosn for defend
ants. The King vs. Ah Ling, appellant.
Exceptions. The Attorney-General
for the Crown ; Ashford & Ashford
Tho King vs. Tong Chin Hop, ap
pellant. Exceptions. Same coun
sel as last case.
The King vs. All I.ce et til., ap
pellants. Exceptions. Same coun
sel as last two cases.
TmmsDAY, Feb. 18th.
Cases of, opium in possession,
assault and battery, and common
iiiiisnnco in keeping a ferocious dog,
were severally remanded to future
John Degrnves was brought up
for judgment, for having 88 tins of
opium in possession, and was sen
tenced to pay a line of 8200 and be
imprisoned at hard labor for 30
days. Costs $1.10.
Ah Eat vs. Iln Sum, replevin of
horsu damages, S7f). Col. Thomp
son for plaintiff, Mr. Magoon for
defendant. Judgment for defend
ant, costs Sfi.lifi. Appeal noted to
S. rardulii vs. D. Jlannku, ns
Btt upslt for $10.(15. Judgment for
pi." utiff, including costs, 521.(10.
(. 'iting V"n vs. Cluing Me Ho,
pro 'edings to examine judgment
creditor. Defendant is willing, if
ho lias at)' interest in Linn Katt, his
employer's, business, to assign it to
plainti.f. Costs 83. 10.
Ah Fung alias Dili Hang, assump
sit for S 101.10 on two notes. Judg
ment ci ifcssed, costs increasing
amount to SI 17.20. Ashford and
Ashford fi r plaintiffs.
Bl 3INESS ITEf,3.
Aiiiiivkii c St. Paul Latest styles
of Picture Motddings, Wall and Cor
ner Brackets, Knstio Fr lines, Mirrors,
Lai Hoards, H. W. Ch.iirs, Marblo
Top Parlor Table-, II. '.V., Ash and
Cedar Dining Tables, Violin Strings
and Hows, Carts, Velocipedes, Hats,
Foot Halls, etc., etc., too numerous
to mention, and In be s.ild as cheap
as tin1 cheapest.
til lw West, Dow y Co.
Knglish yachtsmen are not satis
lied with the defeat of the Uencsta
by tiie l'liiitan lust summer. Mr. J.
lleavor Webb, in this name of Lieu
tenant W. Ilcnn, of the Koyal Nnvy,
lias challenged the New York Yacht
Club to si match with the famous
cutter Galatea. Our yacht club will
accept the challenge, and will appoint
a committee of arrangements next
week. Harper's Bazar.
FEW line Building Lots on Bere.
tania Street. Apply to
M. D. MONSARRATT,
27 Merchant Street. 52 lm
TO KENT, CHEAP.
ACOTTAUE of C Booms. Five
minutes' walk from tho Post
Offlce. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
12 Merchant Street. 48 tf
rrHVO Packages Tobacco, that owner
JL can have on proving property and
paving expenses, of H. LANCASTER,
220 King Street. r3 at
Steamers for Sale.
r"MlE undersigned begs to call the
JL attention of steamship companies
and others Interested to the following
list of steam launches, tugs mid other
steamboats offeied for sale by one of
his correspondents In Liverpool with the
in lees attached, and which on account
of tho leiaarkably depressed state of the
shipping business will be seen to be ex
Launches, Tugs and small boats that
can be brought on deck of a large.
steamer or sailing vcsel.
Now steel sci ew tun -18 feet x 10 feet
x ii fect8-ln. with 10 horse power uiiglues
nominal, sinface condensers, donkey
pump, etc. Speed 12 miles an hour.
I'rlco hi Liverpool C1,0."0 or .'i.2.')0.
811110. Wood Screw Passenger and
Cargo Launch, built in ISS.'t, pair of (i In
cylinders, S-in. sroke, speed about 10
miles, extra strong oak frames, pitch
pine planking, copper fastened, dlinon-.ioiis-lfi.(l!Mil.ll.
draft of water aft II
feet. Pi ice JL'ilTo.
2:101. A Steel t In-screw Steam Yacht,
built lu 1881, 2 pairs of vi rtical D A
II I P I engines of l(i 11.1., four (Mn.
cylinders, S-ln. stroke, spied 0 knots on
a consumption of IS ewe. per hour,
bunkers contain 0 tom. she has 11
sleeping berths, was built to go up tho
Nile, dimensions (jr.'.'xl2. 7x0.7. Price
230!). A New Wood Screw Steam
Launch, copper fastened, compound
S C engines ti-in. mid 12-i.i. 7-lu. stroke,
huge multitubular Dollrr, teaK lagged,
of ito lbs. working prestuu, dimensions
10.0x8.0x4.1. Puce X'(i.")0.
2:t01. An Iron twln-scicw Steamer,
built lu 1871), for i her passenger tralllc.
bull, engine and boiler lately overhauled
at 11 cost of 107, speed 11 knots on a
consumption of about 1 tens per week,
hunkers contain 12 tons, dimensions
08.0x12.1.0. Price 180.
ami. Steel Screw Tug, built lu 188.1,
engine C I S I C 23 II.P.N. I -In. and
22-iu. cylinder, 20-ln. stroke, steel
tubular holler, lOOlhs. working pressure,
speed 12 knots, holler lagged, cylinders
lagged with felt and mahogany, dimen
sions 70x12.8x0.2. Diaft of water 4)..
feet and 0 feel. I'lico 1830.
221):i. An Iron Screw Steamer, now
building, and classed too A 1 at Llovd's
to carry 280 tons on 0.0 draft, bunkers
contain 20 tons, speed 0 knots 011 a con
sumption of :) tons per d.iv, compound
I) I A engines of 40 II. 1, 10-iu. and
liO-hi. cylinders, boiler of 80 lbs. work
ing pressure, donkev engine and steam
which, dimensions 120.0x21.0x10.0.
2:ilL An Iron Sciew Tug, built In
1S85, classed Al at Lloyd's for towing
purposes, two compound S O I) I A
endues of l.'i 11 P., tO-In. ami IIO-lu.
cylinders, 22 stroke, speed 10 to 12 knots,
dimensions 70.lxir..!)x!).:i. Price 3,5(10.
2:108. An lion Screw Steamer, built
lu 1885, and claused 100 Al, C05 tons ie
gtstcr, and carries 1,120 tons D.YV. on 1C0
draft, 2 common 1) A S I C engines of
00 II. P., 25f",-in. and 48-In. cylinders,
Sit-in. stroke, cylindrical multitubular
boiler of 80 lbs. working pressure, bun
kers contain 102 tons, consumption 8
tons per day, donkey engine and boiler,
also it steam winches, dimensions 20:i.()x
llO.Oxlii.lO, Price 12,000.
2204. Ail lion Screw steamer, built
hi 188r, ami classed 100 Al at Lloyd's
!)7 tons register, carries 1150 tons oil 10.0
draft, bunkeis contain 60 tons, speed
lit);, to ll1.. knots 011 a consumption of
8 tons per day, compound S O engines
of 80 II. P., 2l'.j-ln. and 42-ln. cylinders,
aO-in. stroke, steel tubular boiler of 1)5
lbs. working pleasure, donkey engine,
and 2 steam winches, dimensions Hfi.Ox
2.1.1x10.0. Price 8,MK).
Thu. above are only a few of the steam
vessels that are offeied at salo In Great
Itritaln at the piescnt time. Alino.-i any
description of steamer and of any sl.o
desired can now bo purchased at very
favorable rates. It Is of courso neces
sary that soniu responsible paity In
England should examine the condition
of the steamers offered for sale tiefoio
104 am ' W. L. GREEN.
ArinST-CLAS'j truck or hack Horse.
Apply to 0. W. MACFAKLANL',
Kaunianu Street. r2 2w
INFORMATION ol the whereabouts
of William Wess.cls and Sclicllcl
and Paul .Tcmnuno. Address
.T. B. WISEMAN,
52 Gcucral UuslnosB Agent.
T-st Broken to Saddle and
Harness, aim wen curtu
for, while In charee.
Iwllel, near Owen Holt.
Election of Ollicors.
AT the Annunl Meeting of tlio Ha
waiian Agricultural Company
held on the 2l8t January, the following
olllcors were elected to serve for the cur.
Hon. Ciiah H. IliMtor President
Mu. Sam'l C. Allen Vice-President
Mu. P. C. Jonls Treasurer
Mu. Joskpii O. Caktkii Secretary
Mil Tom May Auditor
Dhcctnrs Hon. (M,. ltl'hop, Mr. S.
O. Allen and Mr. P. Clones
Suc'y Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, ISHi. !12 lm
liiNliioimttlo Clonic uml
Comer of Alakca it King Sts.
Feathers Cleaned and Dyed.
1! A. I
So. -I AdauiH I, lino.
Hats dyed and prested,
Feathers cleaned and curled,
Native sttaws sewed In all the latest
Lessons given in thirty-six kinds of
fancy work, with drawing iindpalutin g
Orders taken for all kinds of embroi
Hawaiian IJell Telephone
THE following changes nnd additions
have been made since the publica
tion of the Inst otllclal list, of which
subscribers are requested to take note:
No. :i White House,
" t:i:t-C. K. Miller (res.)
" iOt (Ccvstont1 .Saloon,
"illS J. U. Kawainul (ics.)
" 402 M Goldberir.
"40S-J. R.Greene (re.)
" 110-A.M. Mollis (tes.)
" 111 Mrs. E. Gascoyne (res.)
II. llergcr. ollw
STOTE COAL !
Housekeepers take notice!
'Clio IJoHt Lot
Ever brought tn this Jtarkct. 'For sale
in quantities to suit by
CASTLE & COOKE.
In Uond or Duly Paid.
A Very Choice Lot, Fresh and Full.
The Rest in tlio Market.
Election ol OiUcern.
AT the Annual Meeting of the O.
llrower Company held this day,
thu following gentlemen wore elected
for tlio ensuing year:
Mn. P. O. Jonks President
Mn. P. C. .Jonks Manager
Mu .1.0. CAurr.u Secretary
Mu. .1. O. Cautku Tieasuier
Coi.. V. F. Amjix Auditor
Directors Hon. Chus. R. llishop,
Mtsirs. Sam'l 0. Allen and Henry
JOSEPH O. CARTER,
Scc'y C. Rrowcr & Company.
Honolulu, Foli. 4, 1880. 44 lm
Entate of T. E. Kvouso.
rpiIE undersigned, having been elect.
X ed iibblgueu of the above estate,
hereby rupicsts all persons Indebted to
this cstatu to pai Immediately, and .all
pcrMins having claims against this
estate to send their bills Immediately lo
T. R. LUCAS.
Honolulu. Jan. 2!). 18311. !18:iw
G. K. MILLER,
Gcnoral Business & Purchasing Agonl.
42 Merchant St., lnolili.
My most faithful attention will bo
given for tho
Purchase of Merchandise
in Honolulu for tlio residents of tho
UU several Islands of this group, ly
Wilder s Stenniililn Aeent.
Great Uurllngton Railroad
H. E. McTRE & BRO.,
IMPORTEL-! AM) DEALERS IN
G-rooeries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER ORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by ever Pncl'cl from the Eastern States and Europe.
Fiesh C.di.oinia Produce by tner Sti 'ier. All orders faithfully nttendtd to.
and Good delivered to any part r the "Ity free of charge. Island orders foil.,
cilid. Satisfaction gu.iiantecd. lsl O .Ice llov 1 15. Telec-hono No. 02. i03 ly
SAN FRANCISCO, January 13, 188C.
Messrs. W. 1J. AVilsliiro & Co., Agents
MacNEALE & URBAN SAFES,
206 California Strool, San Francisco, Cal.
Gkntlkmkn: In reply to your Inquiry concerning the opening of the Burglar,
proof Chest lu the saTo in the ollice of the Clerk of the Supremo Court now so
well known as TIIE MCCARTHY .SAFE I will say that I took chargo of the
ollice on Wednesday, tho 0th inst. For some davs previous unsuccessful attempts
had been made by various experts tn pick the lock. On Thursday, further, similar
ellorts were made, with the ame icsiilt, by Mr. Ensign and otliir noted experts,
A Mi OF WHOM FINALLY DITLARED THAT THE LOCK COULD NOT
RE PICKED, and that the safe must he opened by force.
On Friday I employed tho epeit of one of your competitors, who did faithful
and honest work for that purpose.
On Saturday morning work was begun, and tills morning (Wedne-dny) FOUR
DAYS AI'TER, the epeit succeeded in drilling through the door and opening the
I consider it was nn extraoidin.iiily Foverc teM. much beyond what a burglar
could possibly employ under any circuinstancts, mid ean assure it has lnpbcd me
wiih the highest conlidencf in the sccuiity of our Ilurglar.I'rouf Safes, nnd that
YOUR Lt CICS ARK PICK-PROOF AGAINST THE REST EXPERTS.
After working for wine hours on the lock, one expert tnid he had found that
V wns one letter' mid another that O was one. On examination, neither of theso
Utters appeared in the combination. Yours truly,
.1. 1). SPENCER, Clerk of Supreme Court.
fiST The above was a No. 8 M.i'N KALE it URI5AN Fire and Burglar Safe.
Corner of Fort 8c Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a largo and carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Custom.Madu Clothing, nnd Hats nnd Caps
111 all tin Latest Styles and Patterns.
S2T Paiticular attention is called loan elegant lino of Gent's Neckwear.
Granite, lion and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TITKT, COPPER AND
1)93 SHEET IRON WORK.
Kl) 1 '70.
Honolulu, II. I.
"itstom House Broker,
Munnger Haw-olhtn Opeia Houe,
Fire and Life Insurance Agent.
D. O. BERCER,
General Agent for the Hu .vidian Islands.
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