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FEB. 28, 1880.
Schr Wnlnmlu from Iltlo
Stmr Jas Lakee from Knpaa
Stmr W 0 Hall from Windward Ports
Stmr C II Bishop from Haninkua
Stmr Iwolanl fur Kauai
Stmr Lcliun for Windward I'orts
Stmr Klliuieti Hon for Windward Ports
Bktne Kmcka for San FiancNco
Ilk Chllcna for San FrancKco
Sclir Kuukcaoull for Kobala
Schr Kbtiknl for Waialua
.Stmr Mlllo Morris for l.anal
Ilk Virginia for San Fiunclsco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stun- Llkcllke for Knhiihil
llgtne J I) Sprcekcls for Sim KruncUro
StiurJu" M:il,cc for Ktip.ui
For Sati Frnticlco, per bktne Kuieka,
Februarv 23 L O MacMlllun.
For Windward Forts per stenmc
Kliimi, February 22 For Volcano: Alex
.Young, .Ir, C I) Wbltc. For way poits:
Mm Walton, W (! lloinur, Sr, Captain
Kos Col 7. S Spalding. M Louls-on, J
C Klrkwood, S L Atwtfii. W S Humid.
W II Holme. XV .1 Itiodle and 100 deck.
Ok Sunday night the premises of
Mr. Win. Mucrtens, Beietuuia gtiset,
wvre iuvuded by a barefooted piow
lei, who loft impressions of his loot
on thu verandahs. Finding nothing
pci'tublu ut tin) front, ho went to tho
re.ir of tho house, and carried oil" a
pair of gaiters, an odd shoe and u
eehool bag with its contents. Tho
odd shoo was dropped a short dis
tance from the house. Not bug
since Mr. Mnoilens had a garden
hose stolon fioin his place. The
sanio night as the theft llrst-inen-tinned
ooeuired, Mr. John Nott's
hoube, King street, about opposite
Mr. Mnertcn's, was visited, and cloth
ing ptolon from the veiundiih, includ
ing a coat with some money in a
jiocket. In both cases it was likely
the same thief.
Ah Chung vs. Cliing ti iitf, action
on u note for $120. Judment con
fessed. Interest and loste raised
the amount to $128.80.
Several other cases wre called,
of which four were continued to
future days ; two wero discontinued ;
ono remanded, and one settled out
Sun Francisco, Cul.
Scbr Wuluialii hiought 1 130 lug of
Tin1 sailing of the steamer Llkcllke I
postponed until to-morrow for slight
lepulrs to lior boiler.
Tim John Smith Is loading In the
stream for San Francisco.
The sailing of theligtae.l I) Spreckols
is postponed until to-iuoiiow.
The schooner C.inutu makes her first
trlii on the Inter-Uiand trade- Thursday
next. She will take 100 tons of niauiue
to Walkeu plantation.
Mr. Harry Swintoi will take chaigo
of tho schooner Malolo.
Capt. Duncan has been appointed
master of the Ke An Hon.
Capt. Lovell leturns to.Ialult by the
Jennie Walker due from Fanning Inlands
The John Worstcr Is discharging at
thu F M S S wharf wltn the aid of the
Capt Houdlett arrived here Sunday
with a plug hat that mined Col Norrls's
The bktne Eureka sailed this noon
for San Francisco with 7,C5(! baas of
sugar, and 000 bags of rice. Value
The S S Australia sailed at 8.:t0
o'clock last night, taking from this port
10,702 bags of sugar, MO bags of lice,
KiO pkgs of own root, 115 pkgs of llsh
oll, and USD hunches of bananas. Value
The hark Chilcim sailed this r m for
Sun Francisco with 10,010 bags of sugar
valued at 1)2,271.07.
The bark Virginia sailed for San
Francisco this foienoou with 10,118
bags of sugar, valued at 1 171,025.27.
Stmr Jas Mukeo brought 2."80 bajrs of
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Foiikign news on fouith page.
She sails to-morrow at noon for
Lyons sells California apples,
at noon to-morrow.
Chicken thieves paid it visit to Mr.
Dexter's hen-roost last night.
Mk. Soyong has lemoved
agency headquarters to Sir. .1,
The Hawaiian bark Kalakaita, 120
days out from Panama for San Fran
cisco, is supposed to bo lost.
Ei.DKit llealey will give a temper
ance lecture ut the tent to-night,
illustrating ids statements with charts
, His Majesty returned by the W.
G. Hall this afternoon, A royal
salute wus fired fiom the battery in
honor of his arrival.
Meshhh. Geo. Markham, Col. Cur
tis laukcu, John Baker and II. lier
tlcnutn went shooting to Koolau last
week and returned Sunday with
The Y. M. O. A. singing class, to
have taken place this evening, is
postponed, owing to Professor Yin mi
loy being, us we trust, only tempoia
rily, laid aside by an attack of lhouinu-tism.
Sixty-one Ameiicans contributed
a dollar each to pay for tho national
salute of 21 guns in honor of Wash
ington's birthday, the money being
collected by Messrs. John II. l'uty
and J. E. Wiseman.
The "Merry Makeis" leave to
morrow by the steamer I.ikeliko for
"Wuiluku and Kohula, wheio they
will give a series of entertainments.
On tlioir return to Honolulu they
pioposu giving minstrel snows witn
the assistance of local amateuis.
Mn. C. B. Pattoison has just com
pleted tho painting of tho second
steeple and tower of tho Kauinaka
pili Church, also tho glazing and tho
gluzior's designs on the windows.
Tho building committeu and mem
bers of the church have oxpiessed
themselves well satisfied with tho
work, which is eieditablo us well to
tho city as to tho workman.
At an euily hour this moining
Mr. McChesnoy was notified by tho
milkman that hurglais wero at woik
in tho vicinity of his house, King
street. Whereupon all hands turned
out, and a trunk belonging to tho
family was found on the road ii lied
of its contonts elotheb and jewelry.
Nothing else has as yet been missed
and it seems to bo tho work of China-men,
A FORMER RESIDENT.
Many readers of the Hl'lletin
will remember Mr. Oilman, men
tioned below in a news item from
thcNcwburyport, Mass., llvruld:
"The fourth entertainment of the
Y. M. C. A. com so was given last
ni'jht in the Association hull. Mr.
07 I). Oilman of Uoston, for 20
years a resident of the Hawaiian
islands, gave Ills extremely inter
esting and valuable lecture on the
Islands, JJv means of thu stcreop-
tieou with fifty beautiful views a
correct knowledge of the geography
and scenery was obtained. The
speaker's thorough familiarity witli
the language and customs of tiio
country greatly enhanced the value
of the lecture, while the large collec
tion of curiosities that were exhi
bited and passed through the audi
ence completed the accurate picture
of that delightful country which will
remi.in in the minds of those pre
sent. There was a large and appre
ciative audience present."
AH HISTORIC VESSEL.
The ship Three Urothers was re
cently sold by her English owners
to be used ns a coal hulk at Gi
braltar. This vessel was built
originally to the order of Commo
dore Vanderhilt in 18.j5, designed
for his Now York and Havre line
and to attain remarkable speed.
So pleased was the old Commodore
with her appearance as she ap
proached completion that lie iiad
her named after himself. It was
said that she cost S800.000, and she
made some very quick transatlantic
passages. During the war, when
the Union navy proved too slow to
catch the Alabama, Mr. Vundcrbiit
presented his pet steamship to the
Government for that purpose. In
letutn for the gift Vanderhilt was
thanked by Congress and had a gold
nicdtil struck in his honor. Owing
to her enormous consumption of
coal, however, the Vanderhilt could
not venture on very long cruises in
search of .Semmes' ship, and never
happened to he within steaming dis
tance of that depredator of the seas.
Ultimately she went to the Pacific
Coast, convoying the old monitor
Moi'aduock around the Horn. She
made one trip to Honolulu from the
Coast, having been tendered in
courtesy to carry Queen Emma
down. On her return from Hono
lulu she was laid up at Marc Island
navy yard, remaining there until
bought by George Howes & Co.,
who, at an expenso of nearly 8200,
0U0, fitted her up as a sailing vessel.
The occasion of her first leaving
San Francisco, with a wheat cargo,
was a gala day in that harbor. After
making several voyages she was sold
in Liverpool to her lute owners, who
have now disposed of her, presum
ably to the llritisli Government, for
the purpose above noted.
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
Tuesday, Feb. 23rd.
Before Judd, C.J. Estate of 15. F.
Holies. The accounts of the exe
cutors are examined and approved
and they discharged.
In the estate of 1'aulKanoa, on an
application to sell real estate, to
pay debts, the administrators were
duly licensed and authorized to sell.
llefore I'leston, J. A motion lor a
new tiial in case of J. Phillips en. S.
J. Waller, was heard and oven tiled.
conecuueiiRO of the f'culh of the
owner of this wcU-knoMi property,
the whole ftiiblishinctit Is ottered for
sale, and will be disposed of as an on.
tirety, ollerlng a favorable opportunity
to any one dispncd to erter into this
business. The .Mills for (.leaning and
hulling are of the uioU a, proved pat
tern, with a Corliss Kugine ut lOO-liorro
power, built in 1S8.I, with i.ll the latest
Improvement; aho, a superior Holler
and all Machinery ucccismy for clean
ing Kice ready for Imiiicdiato use.
The land upon which the structure is
creeled Is held by lease, c:;plilng July
1, 1887, wilh the privilege i 5 years' ex
tension upon veiy favorao.c terms, or
tliu Mills and Machinery en bo rcmov.
cd if so desired. For fiutl.tr parti
culms, apply to
J. T. WATER IOUSE,
Honolulu, or to
S. L. Jones ik Co , Snn Fia -cisco. 53
Annual Meeting Notice.
rpilH Annual Meeting of the flliurc
JL holders of tho Huuuimn Cairlugo
Manufacturing Company. I Milled, will
take place on THURSDAY morning,
February 25th, at 10 o'clock, In their
office, No. 70 Queen Street.
51 tdj TH03. S. HOUOIiAS, Secy.
P. 0 1 -x
j IS &d
,o. 4 Adniiin I.nno.
Hats dyed aud pressed,
Feathers cleaned aud curkd,
Native stiaws sewed In nil the latest
Lessons given lu thirty-fill kinds of
fancy work, with drnwingi.nd pointing
Orders taken for all kinds of embrol
INFORMATION of the whereabouts
of William WcshcIs ami Hclicllcl
and Fmil Jcmnuurc. Address
J. E. WISEMAN,
52 General Husincss.Agcnt.
AFLW lino Building Lots on Berc
tanla street. Apply to
27 Merchant Street.
AT II. .1. NOLT'S
Yoscmitc Skating Rink,
IMPORTERS 'ND DEALERS IN
isitrple aiid F'ancy Groceries,
07 and OO Hotel Htrcet,
FreM Ocod" ? mtlnually on the way. A nice assortment of Biscuits Just received.
Goods delivered to Wf Ikikl Tuesdays and Fridays.
P. 0 BOX 3.3.
Tlonolulii, II. I.
Custom Houro Broker,
Manager Hawnllan Oneia Hono.
Oreat I urllngton Railroad Ag nt Fire and Life IuMiruncc.Agunt.
In America. (W3 ly)
i in ,.. ai i i uii ..ct-. i i.
V Idei'. Steamship Agent,
Will be open every alternron and even,
ing as follows:
day nml Maturiluy KveiilngM.
To the public in general.
For ladies and gentlemen.
TO KENT, CHEAP.
A COTTAGE of C Rooms. Five
minutes' walk from the Foat
Olllcn. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON.
42 Mi Hiant Street. -18 tf
to i.t'l Furnished,
A i IvIlniKu, Kauai, a comfortable
ix. Ilouseand Cottage eminently Hiilta
o.o lor a family wishing to spend a
bort lime in the country. Apply to
W) t Kilauea Sugar Co., Kauai.
TIMIE Boyd premise In Piuoa Valley,
X wlili large 2-storv Dwelling Hoiibc,
containing Parlor, OBcdrotm-, Lining,
room, Pantry, Kitchen, wli't Voiandahs,
Stable, Barn, Bath Ilouxi and Servant's
House, aUo a comfortable 2-room Cot
tage. (o7 lw) C BOLTE.
AN 8-roomcd Cottage at I'unahou, on
cant comer of Dole and Alexander
Sliccts. The house Is nearly new, and
rooms of good cize. An acre of land Is
available for pasture, with advantages
for wuti'r lioth running unit artesian.
Rent !!0 per month, exclusive of water
rates. Apply to
55 lw C. J. LYONS.
THE Residence lately occupied by
Mr. J. T. Watcrhousc, Jr., In Nuu.
ami Avenue. Would be a very deslra.
ble House for a family. Also, 2 Cot
tages on School Street. For full parti
culars apply at J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
Queen Street Store. 54 2v
0on?.or of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a lart-o and carefully selected stock of
G rat's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Custom-Madc Clothing, and Hats and Caps
li all tlti Latest Styles ail Patterns.
ticulur attention is callei'1 to an elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
For ladies, gentlemen ai.d children.
Friday and Saturday Evenings; also, at
tho Tuesday Matlucc.
Feb. 26-Candle Race- for Prize,
II M II II It
March 5 Potato Race for Prize,
" 6-Slow " " ""
" 12 Candy Party,
" 13 Oranpje Race for Prize.
TTIOS. E. WALL, Manager.
JIonhav, Feb. 22nd.
Charley, Henry and Sam, SG
cncli, for drunkenness.
Nuptui (w.), was committed to
the Insane Asylum on the evidence
of Dr. Webb.
Hose, assault and battery, repii
manded and discharged.
All Sam, larceny of fowls, pro
perty of Major Hills, remanded
until the 2Gtli.
Other charges were also re
manded. Tuesday, Feb. 23rd.
Ilalcolo, II. T. Schmidt, "Waliine-
aukai, diuiikenucss, 80 each.
AVm. More, charged with violat
ing No. 215, Express regulations, by
leaving his hack in the street near
the Music Hall last night, while he
went in to tho hail, a boy having
been engaged for 50 cents to take
charge of tho carnogo, rcmanileu
for judgment until to-morrow.
Sam Ku, assault and battery on
Hop Lee, SfiViO.
It. S. Serimgcour, disorderly con
duct, hard labor 7 days, costs $8.
Ah Cliow, Express rule G, 87.40.
All Man, having opium in posses
sion, 851.20 and 20 days hard labor.
ITuHliioiiuhle Clonic und
Corner of Alakca &, King Sts.
Feathers Gleaned and Dyed.
TOrE COAL !
IlouseUeopcn take notice I
Franklin Store Coal,
rriie Hunt iOot.
Ever brought to thli Mai!t. For salo
lu quautilk'4 to t lit by
CASTLE & COOKE.
Two Suhurbnn Cottages tr
FIKST That elegant Cottage hithe
to occupied by the ownci, Join)
Kobello. with lino tlower and tun.
garden, staldcs, etc. Terms favorable
SECOND The two story Cottage two
doors makai of the above, lately cccu.
pled by tho late A. T Baker, having
garden, t-mblu, etc. Terms favorable.
Hoth premiBes are connected with the
city water turvicc. Apply to
Queen Stiect. M4 tf
IN thn matter of the Estate of WM.
FOQO, deceased. Notice is hereby
plven to all ncrsons indebted to tho
Kstate of SVilliam Fogo, deceased, a
subject of the King of Portugal, to
make immediate payment thereof to
Mr. W. O. Parke, at his olllce, in Ilono
lulu, over the Hank of Messrs. Bishop ifc
Co. All persons having claims against
the said estate are hereby notified to
present the same duly verified to the
said W. C. Parke within sixty days
from the date heicof
(Sig.) A HE SOUA CANAVAIUIO,
Consul of Portugal.
Honolulu, Feb. KI. 1880. M II w
A. JKV-w CuhIsh l"
SAN FRANCISCO, January 13, 18fB
Messrs. "IV. B. Wilslnro & Co., Agents
MacNEALE & URBAN SAFES,
206 California Street, San Franoisoo, Cal.
In reply to j'our iiiuiirr concerning the opening of the Burglar.
Just received, ex bark Lot spring.
Departure Bay and
For sale In iiuantlliiM to suit.
pri Che t in the safe lu the ofllec of the Clerk of the Supreme Court now bo
we 1 no- j ns THE MCCARTHY f.AFE I will Fay that 1 look charge of the
ofl. "(i on Vcne-day, the (!th lust. For Fomedays previous unsuccessfurattempts
hai' been ' lu.le by various experts to pick tho lock. On Thursday, further, similar
cfl' -ts vr j .uncle, with the same rcult, liy Mr. Ensign and other noted cxpertr',
ALti OF WU)M FINALLY DECLARED THAT THE LOCK COULD NOT
Bl I'lCIf '.", and that thu safe must he opened by force.
On Fi- -iny I employed tho expci. of ono of your competitors, who did faithful
ant. honui ork for that purpose.
(111 Si. cday morning work was begun, and this morning (Wednesday) FOUR
D.i YS Al VPAi, the expert succeeded lu drilling through the door and opening tho
I coir .d':r It was an extraordinarily severe test, much beyond vhat u burglar
cci Id nos-.bly employ under any elr, umstances, and can as-sure it has inspired me
wi I. the j.ucst contldcnrc in tlie Fccurlty of your Burglar.l'roof Safes, and that
YOUR L, CKS ARE PICK-PROOF AGAINST THE BEST EXPERTS.
After .vi'rklng for some hours on the lock, one expert hid lie had found that
V w:.s on letter' and unothur that O was one. On examination, neither of these
lel.ers ap lured in the combination. Yours trulv,
.1. D. SPENCER, Clerk of Supreme Court.
1ST 1 he above was u No. 8 MacNEALE & URBAN Fire and Burglar Sufe.
C. O. BERCER,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
A first-class Baker's and Family Flour.
N. B. When ordering coal ask If you
cet 2.O0O or 2,'.'10 II.f. net Ton. We bell
long Tons. (51 lm) WILDER & CO.
FOR SALE BY
CASTLE & COOKE.
Notice of Letters Patent.
ALL persons arc hereby notified that
Letters Potent were ihsued by the
Hawaiian Government to JAMES
KENNKY of Honolulu on tho 10th day
of December, A.n. 1885, for an improve
ment in ornkc, gig and chaise springs,
and that taid Letters Patent were as.
signed by thu said .lames Kcnnuy to the
Hawaiian Can lago Manufacturing Com
pany on the 2'-'ud day of December, a.d.
1885, wherefore tho wild Hawaiian Car.
rlago Manufacturing Company hereby
warns all persons ngaiuu Infringing on
the said Letters Patent.
HAW'N CARRIAGE MANF'G Co.
Honolulu, Dec. 22, 1885. 208 tf
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Agont.
ITT, 1 8 Kaaliiai Street
My most faithful attention will be
given for tho
Purchase ot Merchandise
In Honolulu for tins residents of tho
30 1 several Islands of this group, ly
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Ohandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WAJER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
TIN, COPPER AND
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