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1'ltlDAY, FEU. It), 1880.
Stmr Iwnlanl from Nllhaii
Schr I.oahl from Ilnimlel
.Stmr Iwalanl for Niihau
Schr Waloll for Mallko
Selir Mary Foster for Kolou
Selir llalcakala for Popeekeo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Unfile Consuelo for San Frani'Uco
Selir Lcahl for Hunalel
Hehr Wniehii for Kauai
Selir Malolo for l.aupahochoc
Tho bark Virginia will soon ho ready
The hark Hope from Foil Town-send
Is much overdue.
The M'hoonur Kalnbow will, after ic
cclvlng u load of freight. Hall for Ioo
lau where die will trade for the hal.uiec
of the paddy seuon.
The Consuelo Is mippoaed to sail to
morrow for Sati Francisco so a to have
three days start of the Kureka In hopes
of heating the latter vessel to the Coat.
There Is a little money belting on the
race to San Francisco between tin! J D
Sprockets and Kureka which sail on
While the BrltUh smack that caino by
the bark Chllcnn was being hove down
yesterday, her mast split and to-day a
new one was being made.
In Honolulu, II. 1.. February 18, 188(5,
at the residence of the bride s mother,
by the Hev. K. C. Oggcl. pastor of the
Bethel Union Church, Mr. .lohti Uassidy
nud Mlx Klia Emily Kmmes, both of
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: jolly bandmaster is tho busiest
mini in town this week.
Tin: steamship Parthian may eomo
instead of the Australia.
.Polynesia Encampment, I.O.O.F.,
will meet, this evening. Uy order.
Skatino tit the Yosemito link to
night, and a go-as-you-please race to
On Sunday next the outdoor meet
ing, under the auspices of tho V. C.
1 U., will he resumed.
Hkoulak cash sale by Levoy at 10
o'clock to-morrow. At noon u large
lot or sugar bags will be sold.
A riLK-DUiVKit, to sink piles for
Woimea bridge, was sent by the
schooner Mary Foster this afternoon.
A joke on tho game of cricket last
night was not appreciated by tho au
dience because they did not catch on.
Tin: powder spoken of in last ovon
ing's issue of this paper has been dis
charged from tho vessel anil put in a
Mkssiib. E. P. Adams & Co. had a
very fair sale to-day, the intimation
of "bankrupt stock" drawing, as
usual, u largo crowd.
The Superintendent of thu Hell
Telephono Co. protected himself
from a wedding serenade over tho
wires, by detaching the call bell in
Tin: Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor of Fort Street
Church will meet in tho vestry this
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Subject,
" Persistent Eilbrt.'.'
A lakoi: whaleboat was towe'd
through Queen street and across tho
esplanade to tho harbor this forenoon.
' To save tho horse power, thu next
heavy shower might have been
Thehk was a fair attendance at
Mr. Levey's sale of Mr. Ilassinger's
effects yesterday, bidding was lively
and prices reasonably good. An
aggregate of a little less than $3,000
Youno People's Prayer and Praise
meeting at 7 o'clock this evening at
the Hethol Union Vestry. A coidinl
invitation is extended to this service,
especially to young people. Mr.
Win. Waterhouso will lead the meet
ing. A native prisoner was this morn
ing scon hastily leaving a house on
Merchant street, which ho had on
tored for thieving purpnr.es, dining
tho absence of the tenant, but was
frightened away by somebody coming
IlEFOiti: Judge Preston to-day tho
assignees of 8. J. Levey it Co. began
an examination into tho aliairs of tho
estate, which tuo soinuwhat involved.
A great deal of evidence was taken,
and to obtain still mora the hearing
is to bo continued.
At the monthly meeting of thu W.
C. T. U., held yesterday, a committee
was appointed to receive Mr. Win.
Noble, tho temperance evangelist, of
England, and make arrangements for
his meetings in co-operation with the
Y. M. C. A. Mr. Noble is expected
hero about thu 8th of March.
Mh. F. L. Clarke has contrived a
new mode of displaying ferns, which
is very esthetic. Thoy are mounted
on a plush background, giving an
appearance, under glass, of floating
in a liquid. The silver sword plant
looks especially pretty in such u com
bination. Specimens framed may bo
seen at King Bios.' art store.
A Buuetiw Summaiiy will bo iu
ctl to-morrow to tlio foreign mulls to
tho Const and to Australia. Hrsides
tlio usual 'lesumo of tlio pant week's
news, it will contain an account of
tho history and working of the ile
fonnatory and Industrial School.
Orders for extras, to ho suro of being
supplied, ought to bo in early in tlio
A siiotiE boat belonging to Mr.
Herbert got adrift from Waikiki last
night, and has not yet been u
covered. Twelvo dollais reward was
oileieil to tho boatmen for the return
of the lost vessel, and this morning
two of the boys went out in the sloop
Lena, but were compelled to return
on account of a rough sea without
tho missing boat.
Honolulu society was lively last
evening. What with two weddings,
tho peiforiniincoof tho .Merry Makers,
a laigo evening parly at Mr. Castle's,
tho meeting of the Y. M. ('. A., and
the roll of the lollois at tlio Yosemito
link, theio was variety enough for
all tastes. .Some people aro only
sorry this morning that they were
not able to he in two or tlnee places
at the same time.
Till: steamer IwaUini arrived fioni
the island of Niihau this morning for
a diving suit and apparatus. Shu
neither received nor landed any
freight or passengers, hut sailed as
soon as possible for .Niihau, when,
with tho aid of tho diving rig, an at
tempt will be made to lecovcr tho
boiler of the wrecked Planter. The
lwalani will arrive hero Sunday
morning at her usual hour with
sugar and passengers from Ivauai.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a moonlight concert this (Fri
day) evening, at 7:30, on Emma
Square, playing the following pro
gramme: l'AUT i.
Overture In Italian Style Schubert
Polka Humming Bird Selling
Walt See Saw Crowe
lleinliiNccnees of Jialfo Godfrey
Ma Ko Oe Poll.
Medley Ye Olden Times Beyer
Finale Carmen .' Bizet
Waltz Journalists Strauss
Polka Allium. Strauss
Last evening two nuptial knots
were tied and four persons made
happy. At the Catholic Church
Mr. Philip Opfergelt, bookkeeper
for Messrs. Ilofischlaegcr & Co.,
and Miss Sadie Clarke, youngest
daughter of Mr. F. L. Clarke, were
united in wedlock. At the head of
the center isle was an arch of ever
greens, under which tho bridal
couple knelt during the ceremony.
The back part of the church was
shrouded in darkness, while about
the altar were numerous lighted
candles, giving the scene a sublime
effect. Although the front doors
were closed and no light visible
from without, the church was well
filled with curious women and ac
quaintances of the bridal couple.
At 7:1.0 o'clock the signal was
given, and while the wedding march
was being played on the organ the
wedding' party entered the church
by the side door. The bride, in a
handsome costume of white silk and
Breton lace, was led to the altar by
Captain Koss. The bridegroom and
Miss Agnes Clarke came next, fol
lowed by Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Clarke.
When the party had assembled at
the altar the bride and bridegroom
sat on chairs under the arch of
evergreens, while the Koimui Catho
lic marriage ritual was being read
by the Bight Bcvcrend the Bishop
of Olba. At the conclusion of the
reading the cotiplo knelt at the
altar, and, after being blessed with
the sign of the cross, were duly
united in tlio holy bonds of matri
mony. After tho ceremony at the
Catholio Church the party left for
the residence of the bride's parents,
wlicre the marriago rite was again
performed by Hev. J. A. Cruan.
Eater in the evening an informal
supper was had at the future abode
of Mr. and Mrs. P. Opfergelt, Luna-
Mr. John Cassidy, superintendent
of tho Boll Telephone Co., and Miss
Eliza Emily Kmmcs, youngest
daughter of the late-Geo. Kmmcs,
were married at the residence of the
bride's mother, Kukui street, at
7:30 o'clock by Hev. K. C. Oggel,
pastor of tho Bethel Union Church.
Tim wedding was very quiet, there
being present only the immediate
friends and relations of the con
tracting panics. The bridal couple,
after receiving tho best wishes of
tho assembly, departed for their
future residence, on King street near
Hon. J. I. Dowsctt's.
TO 11ENT, CHEAP.
A COTTAGE of C Booms. Five
minutes' walk from the Post
Olllce. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
12 Merchant Street. 48tf
Queen St., next Bulletin Olllce.
Horses broken to Sad
dle and Harness,
It Horses hoarded by the
-.2t. day, week, or month,
Horses Clipped. tT Telephono 18t.
Airtvuii ex St. PaulLatest styH
of Picture Moulding i, Wall and Cor
ner Brackets, lCU.stio Frames, Mirrors,
Lap Boards, B. Chairs, Marble
Top Parlor Tables, B. W., Ash and
Cedar Dining Tables, Violin Strings
and Bows, Carts, Velocipedes, Bats,
Foot Balls, etc., etc., too numerous
to mention, and to bo sold as cheap
as tho cheapest.
51 lw West, Dow fc Co.
Annual Meeting Notice.
THE Annual Meeting of the Share
holders of the Hawaiian Carriage
Manufacturing Compativ, Limited, will
take place on TIIUBSDAY morning,
February 2Gih, at 10 o'clock, in their
olllce, No. 70 Queen Street.
Cltd THOri. S. DOUGLAS, Scc'y.
A FEW fine Building Lots on Berc
tanla Street. Apply to
M. D. MON8AHKATT,
37 Merchant Street. 52 lm
INFORMATION of llio whereabouts
ot William Wesscls and Schellel
and Paul Jcmuuiize. Address
1 J. E. WISEMAN,
G2 General Business Agent.
Broken to Saddle and
Harness, ond well cared
for, while in charuo.
Iwllci, near Owen Holt.
ITaKlitoutible Clonic ami
Comer of Alakca & King Sts.
Feathers Cleaned and Dyed.
Ho. 4 AdiuiiM l.uiic
Hats dyed and pressed,
Feathers cleaned and curled,
Native stiaws sewed In all the latest
Lessons given in thlrty.slx kinds of
fancy work, with drawing and pain ting
Orders tuken lor all kinds of embroi
Hawaiian Bell Telephone
THE following changes and additions
have been made since the publica
tion of the last official list, of which
subscribers aro requested lo take note:
No. 3 White House,
" l:)3 O. K. Miller (res.)
" 204 Kevslone Saloon.
" 348 J. U. Kawainul (res.)
" 402 M. Goldberg,
" 403-.T. It. Greene (ie.)
" -110-A. M. Mellis (ren.)
" 41 1 Mrs. E. Gatoyiic (res.)
Capt. Hay ley,
H. Berger. 51 lw
S. M. CARTER,
Wood uml ConI merchant,
No. 82 King Street. Telephono
If umber, In both Companies, 187.
Wood and Coal Orders aro hereby
solicited, and will bo delivered at any
locality within the city limits.
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle
Coal and Charcoal.
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split,
always on hand, and sold in
234 quantities to suit. tf
STOVE COAL !
Housekeepers take notice I
TllO liCHt Iot
Ever brought to this Market. For sale
in quantities to suit by
CASTLE & COOKE.
In Bond or Duty Paid.
A Very Choice Lot, Fresh anil Full.
Tlio Best In tho Market.
HOLLISTER & Co.
C. K. MILLER,
Gonoral Business & Purchasing Agent.
t& lHant St., Honolulu,
My most faithful attention will be ,
given for tho
Purchase of Merchandise
in Honolulu for tne residents of the
UU several Islands of this group, ly
LJLJ I I, ' -J U
A FIRST-CLASS truck or hnok Hor e.
Apply to O. W. MACl'AllIiANE,
Kauinanu Street. 02 2w
Election of OflleerH.
AT the Annual Meeting of the Ha
waiian Agricultural Company
held on the 2lBt January, the following
officers were elected to servo for the cur.
Hok. Chas. It. Bieiior President
M. Sam'i, C Allen Vice-President
Mn. P. C .To.vkr Treasurer
Mn. JosKi-ii O. Caiitek Secretary
Mn. Tom May Auditor
Directors Hon. C. I.. Bishop, Mr. S.
C. Allen and Mr. P. O. Jones.
J. O. CAHTEB,
Sec'y Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 2a, 1880. 32 lm
A first-class Baker's and Family Flour,
. FOB SALE- BY
CASTLE & COOKE.
Woodlawn Dairy & Stock Co.
1 Thorough-bred Hotsteln Bull,
"Dutchman," 3 years old, will weigh
about 1,800 lbs.
t Holsloin Bull, 12 months old,
"Hercules Second," sired by Judge
McCully's Impoitcd llolstoih "Her-
cules," dam, a large Hue graded Hoi-
stein cow imported from Californlu.
Dam has given 441bs. of milk in a day
in this country.
1 Holstcin Bull, 9 months old,
"Ajax." This tine thorough.bred Hoi.
stein was sireil bv "Hercules," dam
Wo also have several graded Holstcin
Bulls from 2 to 8 mos. old.
This Is a rare opportunity offered to
stock.raiscrs to secure a superior breed
of cattle. Stock men in America claim
that for beef, milk, ond butter they are
superior to any other class or slock.
We have recently imported !! thor-High-bred
Holstcin Uull.s fiom Syracuse,
N. Y. The:o anlmuls arc icbited to the
finest dairy stock in the world, viz: the
The best cow in this family at 0 years
of age made the following milk record:
84?.lbs. in one day, 2,3G2Hlbs. in one
month. 18,004 lC-Ut lbs. In one year end.
lug March 25, 1885.
Applications made for bull calves from
theio superior animals will receive our
attention. We are agents for Smiths,
Powell & Lamb, and are prepared to
take orders for stock to bo imported
from them. Wo have open catalogues
of their stock, which wo shall bo pleos
cd to furnish upon application.
Wc have also been appointed agents
to take orders and sell cattle and horses
from the well known ranch of Gov.
Lehiud Stanford, Vino, Oil. Governor
Stanford has been importing from
Smiths, Powell & Lamb thorough-bred
Holstelns by the car-load, paying as
high as $1,500 each fer cows.
WOODLAWN DAIRY & STOCK Co.,
Address A. L. Smith, Scc'y.
HolstBins for Beef.
As proof of thu superiority of Hol
stelns as beef cattle, we call attention
to the following statement:
lit the winter of 1881 and 1885, wc
caused to be slaugliteied the recorded
Holstcin bull Syracuse (8'2'J), calved
April 24th, lSS'.'; the. lecorded cow
Signet (1817), calved April Gth. I8S0,
ami Little Wonder (1788), calved May
14th, 1880, with the following result:
Syracuse weighed, alive, on
day of killing 'J,'i!)0 lbs.
Dressed beef 1, 1.10 His.
Rough tallow 12(1 "
Per cent, of dressed beef . .02. 1 1
Per cent, of offal. . . .' 20
Signet weighed, alive 1,170 lbs.
l)ic-cd beef Ul."i He.
Hldo 70 "
Rough tallow 120 "
Per cent, of dressed beef. .(52.U1
Per cent, of offal 2 1
Little Wonder weighed, alive.. l,U:t lbs.
DresHid beef 701 lbs.
Hide 78 '
Rough .tallow 121 '
Per cent, of dressed beef.. 52.00
Percent, of offal :i:i
Syracuse and Little Wonder had not
been fattened for beef, and Signet we
had fed for soiuu time, but she was not
what beef men would regard fat.
Taking everything Into consideration,
wc think this shows decidedly to the
advantage of Holstelns as beef animals.
Tho butchers that purchased and cut
up the carcasses of Signet and Little
Wonder' -end us thu following strong
testimonial as to thu quality of those
Sviucu.SK, X. Y Feb. 11, 1885.
Mr.ssiis. Smiiiis .vj Powki.i,:
GcHteinrnsWu weio much pleased
with the two Holstcin heifers purchased
of you last month. Wu have been in
tiiu meat misiuess lor tin: iiti-i twenty-
live years, ami nave Killed all grades oi
cattle, thu best wu could Una hi this
country, but never havo we had any
that would equal In quality those pur
chased of you. We havo had a great
many compllmcuU from thu leading
families In thu city In regard to tho
W. & .1. FAOE,
40 Warren St.
Tho imported Holstcin hull Ebho, Uvo
vcars old, was killed on the Remington
Farm in Ca.eiiovhu
Weighed, alive, on day of kill
ing 2,2(50 IbB.
Dressed beef 1,01 0 lbs.
Hldt 150 "
Bough tallow 75 "
Per cent, of dressed becf.08j
P. 0. Lox '11.
LEWIS & CO,, GROCERS,
IMrORTEHS AND DEALERS IN
$5to.ple iiixcl TPntKy Groceries
or nml Of Hotel Htroot,
Vresu Goods continually on the way A nice assortment of Biscuits just received. -CO
Goods delivered to Waikiki Tuesdays and Fridays.
P.O. BOX 315.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent.
Real Estate Agent,
Wlldei'd Steamship Agent,
Great Burlington Kailroad Asjent
SAN FRANCISCO, January 1!!, 18?0.
Messrs. W. 1J. TV'ilnIiiro & Co., Agents
MacNEALE & URBAN SAFES,
206 California Streel, San Francisco, Cal.
Okntm'mi:.v: In reply to your luipiii concerning the opening of tho Burglar
pioof Chusi In thesaru In the oIIIim of tlio Clerk or the Supremo Court now so
mcII known as THE MCCARTHY SAF"i 1 will soy that I took chargo of the
office on W(ilncday, theOthiun. For some days previous unsuccessful attempts
hid been in ulu by various experts picl the lock. On Tluifrday, further, similar
cubits wcru made, with the Mine suit, ty Mr. Ensign nml other noted experts,
ALL OF WHOM FINALLY DECLARED THAT THE LOCK COULD NOT
BE PICK! D, and that the safe mm-t be opened by force.
On Friday I employed the expert of i no of your competitors, who did faithful
and honest work for that purpose.
On Saturday morning work was begun, and this inorniiig (Wednesday) FOUR
DAS Al-TER, the expert succeeded hi drilling through the door irinl opening the
I consider it was an extraordinarily 'cvere test, much beyond v. hat a burglar
could possibly employ under any orcum'taiices, and can aisuro It has Inspired me
with the highest confidence, in the --ei-nr" v of your Burghir-Proof Safes, and that
YOUR LOCKS ARE PICK-PROOF AGAINST THE BEST EXPERTS.
After working lor some hours on tin lock, one cxpeit said he hud found that
V was one Jcttcr' and another that Own? one. On examination, neither of theso
lctkrs appeared In the combination. Yours truly,
J. D. SPENCER, Clerk of Supreme Court.
tlST The above was a No, 8 M.cNEALE & URBAN Fire and Burglar Safe.
"fl''' lm General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a largo and carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Custom-Mado Clothing, and Hats and Caps
In all le Latest Styles ai Palleris.
E2T Paiticiilar attention It. called loan elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
JOHN ITT, Ib. 8 Mum Street.
Granite, iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House SCeoping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
093 SHEET IBON WORK.
Honolulu, It. I.
Cti - lom Howe llroker,
Malinger Ihiunilau Opeia Houso,
Fire and 1,1 fe Insurance Agent,