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MONDAY, FJCU. 22, 1H8G.
17, Tt - r71 JY H H ft! t, i ' w lllliiffncM to liny, vn to bid for freMi
1)1 l UUai tltlil Ul?CUUrilglU( ttimvun iiuiu
Europe bus, caused sellers to entertain
lowei views, but the resolulo manner In
which lellncrs have kept out nf Hie
mm i.et, lenders the situation unccitnlii
it ml itlinosL whollv noniliiitl. Our latest
tLleginphlu advices of yesterday state
that ihu New York market 1h steady,
and sales wero inadejon the tlth lnt. of
oor.Axic s. s. tm.
W. Elder, from Sjii FrancUco
Feb. 27th. due March
Fein nary 21
S S Alameda from San Francisco
Bgtne Courtney Ford from Newcastle
Bktne W 11 IMiiionu fromS.ui Francisco
Bktne Mary Wluklemun fioin S F
Stmr Iwnln'nl from Kaliai
Stmr I.cliun from Windward Ports
Stmr Kllauea llou from Windward Foils
Sehr Kaulkeaoull fioin Kohala
Schr Eliuknl fiom Walalua
Sclir Jlille Morris fioin Lnnnt
S S Australia fiom the Colonics
S S Alameda for Auckland and Sydney
Stmr Klmui for the Volcano and Wind-
Hktne Mount Lebanon for Hongkong
Stmr .las I Dowsett for 1'ala
Httnr Mokolll for Molokal
Sehr Kiiwallanl for Koolau
Schr Halnbrtw for Koolau
Sehr Manuokawiil for Koala u
Sehr Kaulkeaoull for Kohalu
Schr Nettle MeullI for I.ahalna
Cuba Centrifugals 06 percent test at
Oc. This Is tho llrst salo of centrifugals
since the 2'.)th Jnnuary, which was 0 1-10
for DO percent. It Is possible that t,ic
tarllf bill, which a committee appointed
for Hint pui pose N about to piesent to
Congress, may be having some effect on
prices of laws, and the continued dis
position of letlneis not to Increase their
stocks more than actually necesary.
This bill Is supposed to recommend a
reduction of about 20 percent of the
present duty on all sugars.
JtiCK. Tho spot stock Is light, but
demand small. Last receipts uic selling
slowly at IJflC. cah.- Williams, Dlmond
& Co.'s circular, San Francisco, Feb. 111.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
"Ciiiiist a King," is the tlicino at
tin1 tout to-night.
Stka.mei! hvalani makes n circuit of
Kauai this dip.
Tt in Merry-Milkers l,"d a Urge
Uiulloiiu oil riilurduy o iilug, which
wii. iiiieilely moused vlth Mr.
Noi ton's musical anil lu.rtliful per
foiumncrs, amazed at the box trick,
and highly delighted with Mr. Nor
man's siipeiinr singing. To-night
tho last performance is announced,
with an entile change of programme.
V. M. C. A. hook-keeping class at
seven this evening.
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Llkclike for Kahulul
Stmr Iwalunl for Kauai
Stmr Lehua for Windward Forts
Stmr Kllauea Hon for Windward Forts
Bktne Euieka for San Fraucl-co
Bgtne J I) Spreckcls for San FrancUco
Bk Chllcna for San Franel-co
Schr Kaukeaoull for Kohala
Schr Ehukat for Walalua
Stmr MUlo Morris for Limul
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Majestic, Bergman
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Bk Sumatra. Ol.-cn
Bk Chllcna, Davies
Bk Virginia, l'ettlgrew
Brig Allle Kowe, l'hllllps
Bktne John Worcester, Kittoehen
Bktno Mt Lebanon, "Nelson
Bktne John Smith, Ktistcl
Hktno Euieka, Lee
Bgtne J 1) Spreckcls, Frils
Bgtne Consuelo, Cousins
Sclir Canute. Johannassen
Bktne W II Dlmond
Bktne Mary Wlukleman
Bgtne Comtney Ford
From the Colonies per S S Australia,
February 222 steerage.
For San FrancNco, per S S Australia,
February 22 Mr Davis, W B McLaren,
A Bennett, C J Brown, J L Lyon, Dr E
Boyd, J G Keeling. It McDonald, Mr
and Mrs W Lewis, Misses Faisons (3),
Miss Hale, Mrs Thorne, Mis Brough
and child, Mls Dawo and 15 steerage.
From Kauai and Xllhau, per steamer
Iwalanl, February 21 Ills Excellency
Governor F 1' Kanoa, Colonel 7. S
simldlii"'. "W L Holokahlkl. Mis V Web-
mond, E Kruse, Hev J B Hanalke, J
Hoy, J Kauwi, J X Wilcox, S M Damon,
VKnudscn aud 2 daughteis, W E llcl
iows, J J William- and 1M deck.
For Auckland and Sydney, per S S
Alameda, February 21 F W Fearce,
Mrs E C Plttinan, Mrs F A Baker, Capt
Bushcll, Capt Sheet. Steerage. H O
Rollage, W D Masey, W Xuaglc, B
Napoleon, W Peakhani and family.
From San Francisco, per SS Alameda,
February 21 Colonel W .Powell and
wife, J S Allen, Mrs F, C Damon, Jose
Aurrccocchca, J Hallluanaud wife, Mis
Aurrecoechea, son and servant. Major
A S Bender, Mrs J M Cooke, Mrs S T
Alexander and daughter, Henry Fcer,
Miss J E Lamb, C W Gray, W M Mer
rill, O M Uowley, wife ami son, F Mad
son, II linger, Chas Mlchlels, Mrs W G
Ariiistroiiif and Infant, Miss II C Car
penter, Miss L Irwin, G II Collins and
wife, Ml-s F Gove, Miss M Gove, Miss
B Chlllburn, J T Dale, T J McLaughlin,
22 in the steerage and (19 pas-engeis hi
From Honolulu for San Fianclsco,
per S S Australia, Feb 22 J Lyons, C
T Feikon, Hev II Jordan, wife and 2
children, Tho Japanese Consul, F L
Pophau, M 0 l'lte. Steerage. Ton Boyle
"W Brown, E 0 Winston, It Johnson, A
Frldbcrg, G F Ford, 11 0 Fhllpott, 2
Chinese and :i Japanese.
Tin: United States Consulate Hies
a handsome now Hag to-day.
Mit. F, I larrikin has just finished
building n coral stine-lioiiso for Mr.
F. l)i own.
Tin: Mount Lebanon took CD
Chinese pa-iengors fiom this port to
day for Hongkong.
Tin: weather being rough at Kapaa
last week, tho steamer Jits. Mukoo
took refuge at ilunainaulii.
Tin: S. S. Australia, Hint in rived
this morning fiom Sydney, received
about 700 tons of sugar to-day.
Mr. C. Michiels, of the Louvre of
Brussels, returned from San Fran
eiteo yeslciday. He reports that he
could not lind tho "Marquis of
Teano" on his aiiival, after eighteen
days' passage on the bark Cniburlfcii,
while the money, .$ 800, entrusted to
that nobleman, for payment to n San
Fiancisco linn, hud not reached its
destination. Mr. Michiels says the
real name of the "distinguished"
gentleman is Fietri Kivolo.
It was lepnitcd this morning that
the rice, several hundred hags weigh
ing nbout 200 pounds each, that enmo
with the Japanese immigrants on the
City of Fckin the otlur day, wvro
entered hcie free of duly. On in
quiring of tlie pioper authorities it
was learned that the rice, although
many days in thu kingdom, had not
yet been enteted at the Custom
House, hut an entry was promised
this afternoon. Whetlitr duty will
bo paid on tho rice or not is iv question.
Gavin Blackburn, a on of Kev.
Thomas Blackburn, fonneily of St.
Andiew's Cathedral, hut now at Fort
Lincoln, near Adtlaide, S. A., lias
taken the first prize, for music at the
leading college in Adelaide, which lie
has been attending the past two
years. This fact must he a veiy
uratifvini: one to friend Wrny Tay
lor, of tho " Advertiser," and organist
in St. Andrew's Cathedral, who was
the first to give the young prize-winner
instruction in music, having had
him as a pupil in Honolulu for fifteen
nnd Miss Tucker, Mini Vctltlcr, Mr,
nml Mrs, Oljitrluu Nordlioff, Mr,
ntul Mrs, F, B. Conger, Minister
Kukt, Prof, and Mrs. Taylor, Mrs.
Ross Brown, Mr. ntul Mrs. A. J
Hcntlcy, Judge anil Mias Johnson,
Prof. Ncwcomhc, Capt. nntl Miss
Dutton, Mrs. Senator Blair, Sena
tor and Mrs. Dolph. Delicious
coffee inado from tho Hawaiian hean
was served during the evening."
''ox V 7,
A FIHST-CLASS truck or hack Hoiso.
Annlv to C. W
K lumnou Street.
of C Booms. Five
walk from the Post
.1. AlAHVAi iMAUUUXy,
42 Merchant Street. J8 tf
S. S. Austhama sails for San Fran
cisco about two o'clock to-morrow
morning, the mail closing at 7 :30.
Mu. Tlieo. II. Dugan was a passen
ger by the Marry Winkelniiin yester
day and Miss Duoit by the W. II.
Mo.s's. Henri Feer, whose name
appears in the list of passengers from
San F'rancisco, is u son of the Fioneh
JOT & 00., GROCERS,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Nttiple aud lfin cy GrocorieB,
07 nnd OO Motel Htrcct,
Fresh Gro a continually on the way. A nice assortment of Biscuits Just received.
6I1J Goods delivered to alkikt Tuesdays and Friday.
P.O. BOX Si 5.
A i.i notion Sir. J. P. Bowen lias
chaige of the Keystone as sdited in
Saturday's issue, yet the $1,800 men
tioned was n mistake.
PmisKit Sutton of the Alameda lias
our thanks for late California papers.
Also, to Purser Donaldson of tho Aus
tralia, for Australian dies.
Possnii.Y the Union Iron Works,
of San Francisco, will get the contract
of building tho new steamer for the
Oceanic Steamship Company.
Tiik go-as-you-please skating race
at tho Yoscinite Kink Saturday night
drew a fair crowd. Tho distance was
two miles for a prize, which was won
by a native.
A riNi: collection of Hawaiian
ferns, made up by Mr. Clarke, has
been presented to Vussar College by
Mis. Emily Talbot Walker, of San
Mn. J. E. Wiseman lias placed a
pictuio of Geo. Washington, decked
with an Ameiican Hag, in his olliec
window, in honor of Washington's
biithday, Feb. 22nd.
AirnoiHiii the steamers Lehua and
Ivilauea Hon kept a strict lookout for
thu Doiuitila on their ieturn fiom
Hawaii, they saw no sign of the
Recently residents along the Wai-
kiki road have suffered heavily from
tho depredations of roust robbers.
Major Hills, of tho Sunny South,
lias lost over a hundred fowls, the
pieniiscs of the Pawna Dairy have
been wholly depicted of their
feathered denizens, and other people
have fared in the same way at the
hands of nocturnal marauders.
Yesterday Major Hills went to a
fowl ranch kept by a Chinaman on
the beach, about n hundred yards
from his residence, and the first
thing met one of his fowls "staring
him in the tacc, as he puts it. A
little further investigation showed
two or thrco more fowls belonging
to him enjoyin'g Mongolian hospi
tality. He forthw ith telephoned for
police, and hail the Ummuian ar
rested. The culprit will lie tried in
thu Police Court on Friday next. In
the meantime, the Major suggests,
persons in that locality who have
been robbed of chickens might be
able to discover some of their property
nuiong'tliu 100 and odd fowls domi
ciled at this Chinaman's ranch.
Annual Meeting Notice.
TITHE Annual Meeting of the Sharc
JL holders of the Hawaiian Carriage
Manufacturing Company, Limited, will
take place on T.HUKSDAY morning,
Felirunry 25th, at 1(1 o'clock, In their
olllce, No. 70 Queen Sireci.
01 td j THOS. S. DOUuLAS, Scc;y.
InIi1oiuUI Clonic uii(l
Comer nf Alakca it King St.
Feathers Cleaned nnd Dyed.
IN the matter of the Eftute of WM.
FOOO, deceased Notice is hereby
given to all persons Indebted to the
Estate of William Fogo, deceased, a
subject of the King of Portugal, to
make Immediate payment, thereof to
Mr. W. C. Pai ke, at his olllce, In Hono
lulu, over the Hank of Mes-is. Hlshop &
Co. All persons having claims against
the said estate arc hereby not I lied to
present the same duly vJrillcd to the
said W. C. Parke within sixty dnys
from thu date hereof
(Slg.) A in: SOUZA CANAVAltHO,
Consul of Portugal.
Honolulu, Feb. lfi, 18S0. 53 l)w
Queen St., next bulletin Office.
Horses broken to Sad
dle and Harness,
Horses hoaided by the
day, wrek, or month,
Clipped. 5rT Telephone 181.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent.
Honolulu, IX. T.
Real Estnb1 Ajcnt,
E-nployn iMit Agent,
Wlldci Steamship Agent,
Great liurllngtoii Hallioid
Custom House Broker,
M'inager HaxTiillaii Opeia House,
Agent Fire and Life Insurance Agent.
j5iri:0rDE coAL !
Housekeepers take notice 1
Oor.nor of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a lan-e nnd carefully selected stock of
Gsnt's Fine Famishing Goods,
Custom-Made Clo.hing, and Hats and Caps
1b all tli Latest Styles and Pates.
3J Particular attention is calle
to an elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
JCHe Ilcst Lot
Departures from San Francisco,
l'.'th, schooner Eva, brig llaai
Arrivals at San FrancUco: Jan. UOth,
schooner Anna, from Kahulul; Feb.-tth,
schooner Itotailo, from Kahulul; Feb.
7th, baik Victoria Cross, schooner WS
Bowno; Feb. 8th, bark Calbinien, bilg
W G Irwin; Feb. 0th, bark O It Bishop.
Loading at San Francisco for this
port, schooner W S llowne, brig W G
Tho Klnau sails this i- m for tho Vol
cauo and Windward Poits.
The S S Alameda received 400 tons of
coal at this poit yesterday. She sailed
for the Colonics about midnight.
Stinr Lehua brouirht 1M50 baj;s of
hiigar from Windward yesterday,
btmr Iwalanl hi ought l!G8 bag
migar from Kauai yesterday.
Tho S S Alameda, Capt Mot so, sailed
from San FrancUco, Feb. 14th. ata:'J0
l' m. First -18 bourn at hea had strong
N. E. winds and heavy swells. Arrived
at Honolulu, Feb 21sl. Tlmo days 12
Tin: Oceanic Company will des
patch the S. S. (leo. V. Elder from
San Francisco on Feb. 27 for Hono
lulu. She is dcbcribed as a larger
and liner boat than tho St. Paul.
SUGAR AND RICE.
Suoau. The local market for rctlned
lias uiulergone a marked change since
our last report. On tho Ith Inst, thu
rpimtft of te. ncrlb. hcietoforo allowed
on rerhied grades was discontinued, anil
prices declined J.fc. on whites, iue. on
extra c, and c. per lb. on golden c.
On the 12th Inst, a further decline ef
o. on all guides took place. We (piote
Krunulated to-day at 0c. and yellows at
Eastkuxand Foiiiiinx Mauki-.th:
There Is no Improvement to note In the
New. York or Loudon markets. Prices
have continued dull and trade depiesscd.
Ucets have further declined in Loudon.
Cablea of yesterday quoting pi Ice at
ll)b8d for 8S percent test, and htato that
prices are declining In all foreign
maikets. Latest mull advices from Nuw'
York Btate that very llttlo business has
transpired, and lelluers havu 'appeared
quite Indifferent to all solicitations to
buy. 'The absence of demand and tin-
A n:v weeks ago tho people of
Hawaii were ciying for vain, and now
abundance of tho needed inoi.stuio is
repoited on that island by the htcainer
Kiluuca llou, anived yesteiday.
Fivi: penoiirt wero Mnt by tho
M'hooner Millie Morris, this evening,
to the leper settlement at Molokai.
One' hails fiom Hawaii, two fiom
Muni, and tho other two fioin Oaliu.
Tin: British flagship Tinunpli is to
leave Esqtiimaiilt, lliitisli Columbia,
in tho latter part of Maicb for Hono
lulu, whcio she will meet the Satel
lite and Heroine, bound from Callao
Tiik Japanese immigrants remain
ing at tho Depot wore allowed to
ion m about town yesterday, foiiuing
an interesting addition to Honolulu's
cosmopolitan aspect in the eyes of
numerous Miangera brought ny tno
Two inugpii'8 kept ill a cage at tho
rcsidonco of Dr. McCirew arc very
knowing" biids. Yesteiday morning
a party of Japanese immigrants had
congregated about tho cage, when
one of tho birdu cried "Ohio" to tho
gicat astonishment of thu Jap.s.
American patriotism is abundantly
manifest in the number of stnr
spangloil banners floating in the
breeze, from llngstaffs on shore and
in the harbor, to-ilay ; while the uni
versal rebpect and goqil-feeling of
other nations toward the Great He
public is equally obvious in the
bunting displayed by other than
American residents. At noon a
national salute was fired from the
hhore battery, Kakanko, in honor of
the birthday of the "Father of his
country." His Excellency Geo. W.
Merrill, United States Minister Re
sident, and Mrs. Merrill arc holding
an informal levee nt the American
Legation. The first to call this
morning was ilr. laro Anno, Jap
anese Consul nnd Diplomatic Agent.
Their Excellencies W. M. Gibson,
Paul Neumann and C. T. Gtilick, of
the Cabinet, called later; also Mrs.
Guliek, Hon. A. S. Clcghorn, Mr.
K. "W. Iiwiu, Hawaiian Consiil-Gen-erul
to Japan ; and Mr. It. W. Laine,
Spanish Consul. Doubtless the dip
lomatic corps generally will have
called, before this is read, as our
ronort is necessarily made at the
height of the event, when there was
a steady stream of visitors at the
Legation. The Itoynl Hawaiian
Hand was ploying on the grounds,
hnving been sent out of compliment
to the United States, and her popular
representative and his lady, by the
Ever hrouf-ht to Ihls Maiket. For sale
in quantities to suit by
CASTLE & COOKE.
S. M. CARTER,
Wood and Conl Ulerclutut,
No. 83 King Street. Telephone
Number, In both Companies, lb".
Wood and Coal Orders are hereby
solicited, and will he 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 lo suit. it
A first-class Baker's and Family Flour,
FOR SALE IIY
BAN FPANCISCO, January 13, 18?0
McHHrs. W. B. Vilshiio & Co., Agents
MacNEALE & URBAN SAFES,
206 California Street, San Francisco, Cal.
Of NT' kmkx: In reply lo your inquiry- concerning the opening of the. tturglar.
pirof Che t ill the safe In this olllce of the Clerk of the Supreme Court now so
ml 1 knoi n as THE MtCAKTIIY SAFE I will say that I took charge of tho
olllce on Wutie-.day, thcGihmst. F'or some days previous unsuccessful attempts
hai been mwlc by vailous experts to pick the lock. On Thursday, further, similar
efforts wimii made, with the same re tilt, by Mr. Ensign and other noted experts,
Al L OF WHOM FINALLY DECLARED THAT THE LOOK COULD NOT
BK PICK "3D, and that the safe must he opened by force.
On F day I employed the expert of one of your competitors, who did faithful
and hone1 ork for that purpose.
On Sn'urday morning work was begun, and this mnrnlui; (Wednesday) FOUR
DAYS Al TEH, the expert succeeded hi drilling through the door and opening the
1 con ider it was an extiuordintirlly sevcro test, much beyond whnt u burglar
co'dd pos'ihly employ under any circumstances, mid can assure it has implrcd m
wi.h Ihc 1 l;'liit confidence in the M-ciuity of jour Burglar-Proof Safes, aud that
YOL'lt IiCKS A HE PIOK-PHOPF AOAINST THE BEST EXPEHTS.
After winking for home hours on the lock, one expert said lie had found that
V fas on litter' and another that C wim one. On cMiniluation, neither of these
lei eis appeared in the comhlnatinn. Yours truly,
J. 1). SI'ENCEH, Clerk of Supreme Court.
S&- k l.e above was a No. S Mai NEAI E A- UK11AX Fire and Burglar Safe.
C. O. BERCER,
its " So-
Maoiiiniiiiv for n Hteam laundry
for Ilonolulu arrived by tho Alameda
Sunday, and Mr. McLaughlin, ono of
tho projectors, has already pioeured
a la'ruo number of porsons who are
rwilling to patroni.o his venture. The
clothes mo to bo mummed better
than done by thu Chinese and as
HAWAII IN WASHINGTON.
The Washington Star of Feb
contains the following
cicty " items:
"Mr. and Mrs. J. Mott Smith
and their (laughters gave a most de
lightful 'at home on Saturday
evening, which brought together
many notable people. Mrs. Smith
wore a handsome diess of white
China crape, with silk emhroldory,
and about her neck u unique neck
lace of tiny shells with tho Pacific
tints of ocean sky and shoro Impri
soned in them. Miss Smith wore a
pretty toilet of satin brocade with
crimson bodice, and MissMyra wore
a dress of cream clminbory gauze
will; bodice of cream satin. Some
of tlioso present wero Will Carloton,
Dr. Burnett, Lieut, aud Mrs. Grcely,
Commodore, Mrs. ami Miss Schley,
Capt. and Mrs. Gioss, Mrs. Hair,
of Virginia, Representative, Mrs.
CASTLE & COOKE.
npiIE Itcslilence Intel) occupied by
X Mr. J. T. Wiilerhouse, Jr., in Nun
aim Avenue. Would he a very ile-dra-bio
House for a family. Also, 2 Col
Iiikcs on School Street. For full parti
culars apply at J.T. WATEHHOUSE'S
Queen Street Store. 51 2w
A. le-w ChhUh of
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
I J i 1 1 li
ITT, li. fl Mmm Street
just received, ex bark Lot spring.
Departure Bay and
For sale in quantities to suit.
N. B. When onlorlngcoal ask If you
get 2.000 or 2,'.' Ill lbs. hit Tim. We sell
long Tons,, (flUm) WILUEll & CO.
Granite, iron and Tin Ware 1
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
Km SHEET IRON WOBK.
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