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WEDNESDAY, FEU. 21. 188G.
OCBIXIC 8. S. CO.
Geo. W. Elder, from San Francbco
Feb. 27th. ilno March 7th.
Tern Evil iroin Sim Francisco
Whaler Mury & Helen from S F
Stinr Llkellko for Kuliulul
Bgtno . 1) Spiockcls for San
Stinr .In Mukeu for Kiipnu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
"Whaler Mary & Helen for a cruise
Sehr Canute forllllo
Schr Wulumlu for Hawaii
Stinr 0 K Bishop for Hnniuktia
VESSELS IN PORT.
Hk Mnjeth:, Bergman
Ilk Forest Queen, Winding
Bk Sumatra. ONen
Brig Allle Howe, Phillip
Bktiic.Johu Worcester, Ivlttcheti
Bktne .lolm Smith, Ku(el
Sehr Canute. .lolianna.eii
Bktno r II Ohnoiid, Hoiullctt
Bktno Mary Wlnkleman, Buckti
Bgtno Couitney Ford, sillier
Bgtnc G O IViklns, Ackerman
Tern Eva, Wikiuiiu
From Hawaii and Maul, per steamer
AW 0. Hall, February 2:1 Ills Majesty
the Kill!?. Col C II .ludil, A Brown, Col
W It llnrlton, A I. Brown, M Crawford,
Col W II WINou, Sam Kay and on, A
Howie, Hon J L Kaulukoii, V Woltcis,
I. A Andrews, A II Smith, Tom Lucas.
T J Chapman, 11 M Landlord, Hon .1 K
Naliule, I) V Smith and IIS leek.
For Sun FruncNco. per bgtne .1 I)
Sprcekols, February 21 G Xcl-ou, II
Schraeder and C Kleliardson.
Stmr WG Hall brought -10 1 1 bags of
tttgur, 207 bags of awa, 13 bags of
coffee, 11 hogs and 2 horses.
Stinr CK Bishop brought 37:1.") bags of
sugar from llamakua yctcrdny v M.
She sails to-morrow at noon.
The steam whaler Mary & Helen,
Cnpt Barker, arrived this a m from San
Francisco wltli 22 casks of Humpback
oil which was landed here.
Thebgtne.I I) Spreekels .sailed this
v ji for San Francleo with ."IStf bags of
sugar, 010 bags of rice. Value tfU),
C22.40. The tern Evn, Capt.TO Wlkiran, ar
rived this a m, 11 "i days from San
Francisco with a general cargo. She Is
docked near the ilsh-iuarket.
J'okt Clinton, Ohio, "Lnko Shore
Bulletin" of tho third inst. says Unit,
"lr. (leurgo A. Uawson, of Chicago,
wlio is ugont for tho snlo of about
1,009,000 acres of land in the Sand
wich Islands, says lie lias been in
negotiation with tho heads of tho
Mormon Chinch, and thinks they
will buy tho land and move Mormon
dom there bag and baggage."
Tun body of tho lato Mr. Under
wood, one of the proprietors of the
Uuss House, San Francisco, was
brought to Honolulu by the steamer
W. G. Hall yesterday, to be sont to
the Coast for interment. Mr. Under
wood came to the Islands in Decem
ber last for the benelit of his health,
but died .Ian. 1st ut Kealakekua
Biy, Hawaii, of consumption.
Tim: body of n Chinaman was
fished out from among the rocks at
Koholalelc last Fiiday by tho snilois
of the steamer C. it. Bishop. The
coolie h.ul been in search of work
mill having been unsuccessful is sup
posed to have jumped from tho bluir
with .suicidal intent. The body was
buried at ICoholalele by some China
men winking on the plantation.
Lktct.hh have been received by the
United States Consul General fioni
friends of Eiick Manpies Anderson,
inquiring for information about him.
Their last communication from him
was dated Honolulu, about fifteen
months ago, when lie was in tho gen
tlemen's fiirni.-hing business. Any
per.-on, able and disposed to Mipply
the defiled information, can diicet to
the Consul General's olliee.
A .vativi: prisoner, employed by
the Water Works, who not long ago
was charged with stealing two sacks
of coal, was seen yesteiday in a happy
state of intoxication ascending the
gang-plank of tho steamer iwalani.
If prisoner are allowed to get ill link
and wander about in joyous fteedoin,
what is tho use of well-dispo.-ed per
sons drudging themselves to death
as slaves of honest industry.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Miles drill this evening.
- m .
FonniON News on fouitlt page.
Hain is much needed at Kan, Hawaii.
Tin: S. S. Australia that, arrived
hero .Monday morning from tho Colo
nies was adveitised to sail for San
Francisco at 8:30 i M. sharp. At
the time stated tho vessel was about
to steam to sea, when the mail from
tlie 1'ost-ollice arrived on the what f.
The steamer was still held by n stern
line and the mail' (nine bags) was
tluown on boaid. Had the delay
been a minute longer, the mail
would have been left behind.
"golden shower" and other flowering
tie s, is neatly completed, making
an exceedingly beautiful combina
tion. Mr. Ftiiiicnux esteems it no
double to show visitors the treasures
of his aitistie industry, whether they
come to putchnsn or otherwise.
A good sulky is for sale at C. K.
Miller's Business Agency. (0 tf
THE KING'S ARRIVAL.
As the steamer W. G. Hall entered
the passage yestculay afternoon with
the Hoyul Standard Hying from the
mainmast, a salute win fired from
the shore battery in honor of the
arrival of His Majesty the King,
who was n passenger on the steamer.
The intcr-Islaiul Steam Navigation
Co. 'a wharf was crowded with spec
tators, many of whom ore strangers
eager to get n glimpse at the King,
anil natives who set up a clamorous
yell of welcome us the steamer
neared the vilmrf. His Majesty
was received by His Ex. W. M.
Gibson, Minister of Koicigu Affairs ;
Gov. J. O. Dominis; Hon. A. S.
Clcghorn ; His Ex. Paul Neumann ;
Hon. Curtis P. laukea; Col. J. II.
Boyd of His Majesty's staff ; Majors
Kosa and Holt of the Governor's
staff; Col. Purvis and Mr. G. W.
Maofnrlune. His Mi jesty having
landed entered his carriage and was
driven to the Palace, whore he was
received by the Household troops,
at "present arms," while the Ha
waiian Hand played the National
Anthem. Later on, Hawaiian sub
jects paid their respects to His
Majesty, who is looking remarkably
in the churches
Vi:nv little is beard of tho Queen's
IliXiULAit cash sale
by Levey at 10
1'i.KASANT weather is leported
the steamer V. G. Hall's route.
Stiiono N. E. trades, heavy swells
and abundance of rain are reported
nt Haniakua, Hawaii.
Tin: People's lee Refrigerating
Company has taken a new olliee on
Port street, near tho corner of Chap
A handkomk pool table for the Ha
waiian Hotel came by the Alameda,
also two tables for the Keystone
Thiiki: lady pas-engers en route to
San Francisco, by the steamer Aus
tralia, decided to stay over, and are
now at the Hawaiian.
Tin: recently arrived Japanese
immigrations continue to be as
signed to their respective scenes of
labor. The steamer Kiuaii takes 12
men, and the Likcliko In, as sailois.
Mahukona, Hawaii, and Kahului,
.Maui, take 10 men and 1 woman,
each; the Kilauea Sugar Company,
Kauai, 0 men ami !) women; Hon.
Sam I'aiker's plantation at l'linuhau,
Hawaii, 15 men ; the Kiikuiau Plan
tation, Hawaii, 2S men and 10 women.
Somi: "bully" news camo by tho
steamer W. G. Hall yesterday. Whilu
the vessel was lying at I'linaluu, Ha
waii, the chief ollieer and a mad bull
bad a game of "tag" mound the
foremast. The chase was verj excit
ing, and before the bull could be
captured tho ollieer was caught and
thrown over the ship's railing. When
tlie cattle were landed one of them
got loose and stampeded a eiowd of
Chinamen. Fortunately no one was
MISSION WORK AMONG THE JAPANESE.
Very interesting religious services
were held Sunday afternoon at the
Immigrant Depot. The hundreds of
Japanese, quartered there, gathered
in tlie pavilion, and seated them
selves on the lloor, men and women
packed as closely as herrings. Aoki,
the young theological student, who
came to Honolulu a year ago, opened
the services with prayer and ad
dress. Hcv. Dr. Hyde, and Mr. F.
W. Damon then made brief ad
dresses, which were interpreted by
Mr. Fukshima. Two other young
Japanese made addrcse.. The
exercises were closed with a prayer
in English by Hcv. Dr. Hyde.
Tracts and Testaments were then
distributed. The eagerness of the
immigrants to get a tract was amaz
ing. What ii work there is here for
some earnest Christian bcIieTers to
do, in giving these Japanese some
knowledge of Christ and Ilis Gospel,
and in leading them to faith in their
I J I)
I AiIniiiM litiiic
Hat? dyed und preyed,
Feathers clenned nnd curled,
Notlvo sttnws sewed hi nil the latest
Lessons given In thlrly.slx kinds of
fancy woik. with drawing and painting
Orders taken for nil kinds of cmbrol
ITuHliioiiuble Clonic and
Corner of Alnkcii fc King Sts.
Feathers Cleaned and Dyed.
Annual Mooting Notice.
rpilE Annual Meeting of the Sliarc
X. holders of the Hawaiian Carriago'
Manufacturing Conipunv, Limited, will
take place on THURSDAY morning,
Fchruaiy '.Tith, at 10 o'clock, In their
olliee. No. 70 Queen Street.
Gt id 1 THUS. S. DOUGLAS, Suc'y.
AN 8-rooined Cottagu at l'uuahou, on
east corner of Dole and Alexander
Streets. The house Is nearly new, and
rooms of good sl.u. An acre of land Is
available for pasture, with advantages
foi water both running and artesian,
ltcnt r,!(() per month, exclusive of water
rates. Apply to
05 lw C.J. LYONS.
Franklin Stove Coal,
just received, ex bark Lovspring.
Departure Bay and
For sain in quantities to suit.
P. O. DOJ! 2u".
N. 11. When entering coal nsk If you
get 2.000 or 2.S40 lbs. tier Ton. AYc sell
fongTmi (54 lm) WtLDKlt & CO.
IN thn matter of the Kstatc of WM,
FOGO, deceased Notice Is hereby
given to all persons Indebted to the
Estate of William Fogo, deceased, a
subject of the King of Portugal, to
mnke Immediate payment thereof to
Mr. W. C. Parke, at his olliee, In Hono.
lulu, over the Bank of Messrs. Bishop &
Co. All persons having claims against
the snid estate are hereby uotlticd to
present tho stiinu duly verified to the
said W. C. Parke within sixty days
from the date hereof
(Sig.) A hi: SOUZA CANAVARHO,
Cunsul of Portugal.
Honolulu, Feb. Hi, 1S80. 53 !lw
LEWIS & CO., aROCERS
IMPOHTEHS AND DEALKH8 IN
Sttvple and Fancy Groceries,
or and JO Hotel Street,
Fresh GooiU continually on the wuy A nice assortment of Biscuits just received.
00 Goods delivered to .Valkikl Tuesdays and Fridays.
P.O. BOX 315.
ESTA'JLIfc IEO 1870.
Roa Estutr Agent,
Knitilo; tn:tit Agent,
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom Houso Broker,
Wlldijr's Steamship Agent, Manager Hawaiian Opeia House,
Great Burlington Hulboud A sent Fire and Life Insurance, Aguul.
In America. (1U2 ly)
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
litis Just opened out n large and carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Custom-Mr.de C'othinTand Hats nnd Caps
11 all the Law Styles nil Patterns.
EST Particular attention is called to r.n elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
This ovoning Kldcr Henley will
continue the discussion of temper
ance ut tho tent. Ho hud u very
good audience hint night.
V, C. Paiikck bus stinted a colli'o
house at Jlaalaea Buy, ho that pas
sengers an iving by steamer may re
fresh thoiiifolves befoio going up
Mil. C. K. Miller, who returned
from Maui by the V. O. Hull, repoits
having established two express agen
cies on that island one at Paia, in
charge of Mr. C. 11. Diekev; tlie
other nt Wuilukii, in charge of Mr.
YV. A. McKay. Mr. Miller loports
business good at Wiiiluku, and that
lie was very sueeensful with collec
tions. The electric light on Spiock
elsville plantation illuminates the
place veiy eUeetutilly, und every ap
pliance of modem invention is in-ed
tbeio to save labor. Mr. Miller in
tends to do all the interisland express
business in connection with Wells,
Kaigo fc Co., his trip just made to
Muni being tho first move- in that
Co.Mi'ANius A. it 11. of tho KingV
Own wero out for a stieet diill lust
night. They suo to have n tin get
shooting practice on Kaiuehuineba
day, March 17th.
Coi.onki. Burltou and Lieutenant
Colonel Wilson, London, England;
Sam Kay and Son, Stockport, Eng
land: Abo Brown and A. Ii. Brown,
San Francisco, are registeied nt tho
Hoyul Hawaiian Hotel,
E. P. Adamh & Co. Mild thu Alitor
Houso fittings to-day. They weio
knocked down to u Chiiiaiimn for
270, but us tho wish, payable at
noon, has not yet been put up tho
salo may have to lie repented.
A (Iknuinb Olitnei-o funoral took
jilueo nt tho Nuunnu Vulloy cemetery
yesterday. A Chinese band, making
H terrible din, followed tho heaice.
Some articles of tho dead man's por
fional property weio carried along on
tho collin. The iittundaiits deposited
Jlru crackers und eatables on tho
A Chinaman, on Niitmuu street
yesterday, not being versed in science,
placed). u washed sun-glass on the
roof of u building to dry. Tho roof
was soon iliseoveied to bo on lire.
After the lire was put out, John, no
doubt, would think thoro wore fences
in nature that his philosophy had
never dreamed of.
AxoTHKit satisfactory uudienco was
given the Merry Makers Monday
evening. Tho parts repeated from the
hist programme weie npptocuitcii
even better than tho new pieces,
that consisted of rather simple farces.
Mr. Nni man's singing was loudly
uppliuidcd every time, anil Mr. Nor
ton's pieludo to his instrumental
pei foi malices kept the audience in
roars. Pictures of Washington and
Uriint adorned the sides of the pros
cenium arch. On the company's
return fioin Maui, in eight or ten
days, Mr. Norton pioniises to intro
duce Dr. Slade's spiiituul seances
and other mysteries. The Merry
Makers will take tho steamer of
March Eith for San Francisco.
SUPREME COURT-IN EQUITY.
Wi:i)Xi:suay, Feb. 21th.
Before Juild, C. J. In the mat
ter of un injunction, issued on Sat
urday last, by His Honor the Chief
Justice, on the complaint and peti
tion of Mr. E. Ii. T ir mas against
His Excellency C. T. Uulick, Min
ister of the Interior, u hearing was
had this afternoon on the demurrer
of the defendant. The complaint
was dismissed und fie injunction
dissolved. Cecil Brown for com
plainant, Paul Neumann for the
Minister of Interior.
The complaint above mentioned
set forth that the petitioner as con
tractor for the building of tho new
Police Station, lias possession of the
premises, and tint the Minister of
the Interior, on tho 20th inst., had
caused most of the materials and
implements to be removed, and was
then engaged in removing other
materials, and hindering complain
ant from performing the work re
quired under his contract.
It seems that the Minister of the
Interior had set men to work to pre
pare for the erection of a keeper's
room on a portion of tlie lot, which
Mr. Thomas claimed to be in his
possession until the completion of
the main building.
Notice of Letters Patent.
ALL persons are hereby notified that
Letters Patent weie issued by the
Hawaiian Government to JAMES
KENNEY of Honolulu on the lfHIi day
of Decern her, a.i. 189(1, for an improve,
ment in brake, ig ai.il clmlsc springs,
and that said Letters Patent were as.
signed by the 8'iid .Iniucs Kenney to the
Hawaiian CanlugoMiinnfacturing Com
pany on the 22nd day of December, a.d.
1885, wherefore the said Hawaiian Car.
rlago Manufacturing Company hereby
warns all persons ngaimt Infringing on
the said Letters Patent.
IIAW'N CAimiAGE MANF'G Co.
Honolulu, Dec. 22, 1835. 208 tf
Yoffliite Skating Rink,
Will ho open every afternoon and even
ing as follows:
it ay nml Huturilny I'.vciiIuch.
To the public in general.
Stiianokiih us well us residents can
scarcely spend an hour mote agiee
ahly than in looking over tho art
productions of Mr. C. Furiiouux in his
studio above Mr, Sachs' store, Fort
street, which is open every day ex
cept Thursday, when tho artist is
giving lessons at Oahu College. A
gieat variuty of subjects aro on view
in tho show room, comprising Ha
waiian landscape, views of the vol
cano 1 1 om iiiueieiu points anil in uii
ferent aspects, tiees and tloweis, in oil
and wuter colors. One seiies in water
presents tho most striking scenes in
ti tour round this island. There is a
line largo picture of tho beautiful
Knliiiwaa Fulls, on tho other side of
tho island. A screen of four panels,
bearing two varieties of poneiana, tho
Wi:nxr.siiAY, Feb. 21th.
1'clcrMarind.i, assault and battery
on Kalanui (w.), SO. 20.
Maha, assault and battery on All
Wm. More, remanded yesterday,
was discharged from having violated
express rule 20, leaving vehicle at a
Six liaeUmen, including the above
named, were charged with violating
rule 21, by leaving their yehiclcs
standing elsewhere than on the ap
Two eases of deserting contract
service were called, onu of which
was settled out of court and, in tho
other, defendant was ordered to re
turn to work.
For Indies and gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen anil children.
FAN FRANCISCO, January 13, 180.
Messrs. W. B. WiMiire & Co., Agents
MdcNEALS & URBAN SAFES,
206 California 'Jtroet, San Franoisco, Cal.
Ohmluien: In reply to your uqulr concerning the opening of the Burglnr.
pio d Cbea in the sata In the ollV e of ic Clerk of tho Supremo Court now so
vcl. knt -a i as THE McCAKTHY SAFE I will say that I took charge of the
oilU e on Wednesday, the Otli inst. For time days previous unsuccessful atfmpts
line been i -ude by various experts .3 pic'- the look. On Thursday, further, similar
I'ifi rts vcu made, with the same sult. by Mr. Ensign and other noted experts,
ALL OP WHOM FINALLY DrOLAl.BD THAT THE LOOK COULD NOT
BE PIC'C ;.I), nnd that the safe in, st bt opened by force.
On Fr day 1 employed the oxpirt of ono of your competitors, -who did faithful
nni. honisi. work for that purpose.
On tin uidny mnrnlni; work wi bofun, and this nioriilnc (Wednesday) FOUR
DAY'S A I TEH, the expert succeed d in drilling through the door and opening tho
I consider it was an extraordinarily severe test, much beyond what a burglnr
could ixsaibly employ under any t Ireuimtances, and can asuro it has ins-pin d me
vi'h the Ugliest confidence in tin teeuiltyof your Iiurglnr-Pronf Safes, and that
YOUK L( CKS AIIE PICK-PHO IF A'JAINST THE BEST EXPEHTS.
After working lor some hour1 on tins lock, one expert said he had found that
V was one letter' and anolhci that O was one. On examination, neither of these
letters appeared In the comhiuutlor. Yours truly,
J. 1). SPENC
sCEH, Clerk of Supreme Court.
1ST The above was n No. S K acNEALE & UIUIAN Fire ami Burglnr Safe.
C. O. BERCER,
"Are you riding
now, Johnson?" "
Friday und Saturday Evenings; also,
tho Tuesday Matinee.
Feb. 26-Candle Race for Prize,
ii 07 " " " "
March 5 Potato Race for Prize,
" G-Slow " " "
" 12-Camly Party,
" 13-Orange Race for Prize.
TIIOS. E. WALL, Manager.
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
JOHfl ITT, la 8 Mia! Street.
A FIHST-OLASS truck or hack Horse,
Apply to O,
tine Bulldlni Lota on Bore.
tatila Street. Apply to
M. I). MUNSAKHATT,
27 Merchant Buect,
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing A9nt.
42 Meit St., liolnli.
My most faithful nttenlion. will be
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for thu residents of the
at) several Islands of this group, ly
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE aEd RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PL CiMBING, TI1ST, COPPER . AND
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