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THURSDAY, FKB. 26. 1880.
Schr Tootsoy from Koolutt
Stmr Dowsett fioin Pala
Sehr Jennie Walker from Fannlug's Is
Schr Wallele from Mallko
Schr Kiihimamt from Koholalclc
Whaler Mary & Helen for n cruise
.Schr Canute furllllo
Schr Walmalti for Hawaii
Stmr C II ltlhop for llamakna
Kclir Ku An Hon for Hawaii
Stmr Dowsett for Pain
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr W G Hall forMnul and Hawaii
Sebr Wallele for Mallko
For Walanac and Kauai, per steamer
Jnines Mukee. February ill Him II A
Wldemaiin, Hon G W I'alohau, (3 X
Wilcox, E Kruse, 18 .lupance Immi
grants and 20 deck.
For Kahulul, jier steamer Mkcllke,
February 21 Hon W C l'aike,I.ieut .1 M
Kaneakua. Mrs II E Carpenter. Mis
Stoltz and child, E W Peterson, Hon W
K Castle, S Kapu, ltev .1 11 Haualke, 0
V Foster, A II Smith. Mr Wasli Norton
and wife, Messrs Norman, I.eroylc and
Bridge, and about 80 deck.
Sclir Wallele brought r00 baps of
sugar from Mallko this a m.
The Sumatra has nearly llnMicd ills
charging. The schooner Kc Alt Hon sails this
r m for Kan to receive cattle.
The John Smith received sugar from
the Bishop voteiday, and some from
tho Dowsett this morning.
The steamer Dowsett ai rived this
morning with 800 bags of -ugar from
l'ala. She sails this r M, and will re
turn Saturday with ti.full load of sugar.
The schooner Toot'scy leturned from
Koolau yesterday with COO bags of
sugar, anil 20 bbls of mola?es. She
was hauled upon tho Marine Hallway
The schooner Jennie Walker, Cnpt
Anderson, arrived this morning, 1 1
days from Fannlug's Island with llic
wood and 80 tons of copra. She was
eight days sailing down but on her re
turn was becalmed several days.
The W II Dlinoml will take the oil left
here by whaler Mary & Helen to San
In Honolulu, Feb. 2tth, to the w
Fred. Harrison, a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
RiKiULAR cash sale by Lyons at 10
Tiik brig Allie Kowo is to be sold
by tho Marshal on Mutch 11th.
J. A. Pai.Mi:k and II. F. Hebbaid
liuvo shifted quarters to tho stoic
formerly occupied by S. Roth.
A hkkikh of events advertised for
the Yosemito rink begins with a
candle raee to-morrow evening.
Tiik schooner Canute will take 25
Japanese laborers this evening for
Mr. Hitchcock, l'apaiko, Hawaii.
Mu, Yarndley's continued illness
will prevent the weekly practice of
tho Choral it ml Quintette Club to
night. A Hiwixn society is being oigun
i.ed this afternoon, liy tho women of
the becond congregation of St. An
Vihitino Mr. Johnson's harness
whop, corner King and Nuuanu
stieets, some handsome English and
Mexican saddles, with patont stir
rups, can bo seen.
. m . -
Mn. and Mrs. Rowley, Master How
ley, Col. Powell and wife, tho Misses
M. and F. Gove and Mr. Merrill
leave by the steamer W. (!. Hall to
morrow for n visit to tho Volcano.
SoMETiiiNn must ho moving in
business, when two columns of new
advertisements apply for room in n
day. Certainly something is "going,"
when the auctioneers havo more than
half of tho quantity.
The Chief Engineer of tho File
Department is some more happy
grandpa. A burglar visited his hotiso
u few nights ago, but a little ungel
camo to stay last night, in the perton
of Miss Harrison. Congratulations
Mits. Thomas Lack has vacated
the store on Fort stieet, opposito
Lowers ifc Cooke, and will occupy a
portion of the building corner of
Merchant and Fort streets, whilo the
old building is being moved and ic-
placed by a brick house.
Mil. J. H. Iteove. an Australian
stockman, is on a tour among the
plantations and ranches of this island.
He is reported as saying that he hud
never seen a finer propeity than the
Honouliuli lanch, that forms pint of
the lands offered by the Oahu Coloni
Coi..Non is, whose migratory habits
are proverbial, being booked for pas
sago to tho Coast by tho Foiest
Queen, has shown anxiety as to
whether all the powder has been got
out of that vessel. Ho has no di'Mio
for an aeiial flight from tho world,
unless allowed occasionally to come
hack to read the Bum.iiin in bib
favorite chair at Nolto's.
Policeman No. U reports a little
nntivo girl about three and u half
years of ago, Knpuu by name, tail
ing into tho hay near the fish iniukot
this morning. The child had sunk
tc tlic ht'lfain for tho last Hum, when
bivtral native muu dived und io
coveied the body. Life was appa
rently extinct, but after judicious
and patient tieiUment the child was
resuscitated and is now doing well.
The schooner Jennie Wnlkci, that
arrived this morning from Fanning
Island, will sail ngnin next Thursday
for Gilbert Islands, calling at Grcig's
place on the way to get his return
Gilbert Island laborers. Tho schooner
will also visit Juluit for South Sea
Inland produce, and will return to
Honolulu about June 1st. Captain
l.ovoll leaves by the Jennie W.tlker
for tiie Pacific Navigation Co.'s trad
ing station at Juluit.
Mn. A. J. Ciutwright received a
letter from u friend of his by last
steamer, wherein it is announced
that the woild-ienowned SignorCam
pobullo would be delighted to make n
hip to this country, bringing u su
perb opera company for u short sea
son, if our music-loving people would
extend the invitation ami raise u
suitable subseiiption to wariunl him
coming. Sig. Campobollo's voice is
a baiitoue, and he stands eminent in
respect both of talent und gentle
Tilt: bath-house now building near
the Marine Railway promises to be u
great boom to lovers of natatorial exer
cise in salt, water. The building
will ho 2l.vK) feet with two stories.
The upper Hour will be similar
to that of the Myrtle's boat hoife,
the center loom being used for tem
perance lefieshments. On the bal
cony around the lefreshmenl room
will lie chairs and sofas for tho.e who
ehooe to look on. The lower floor
will contain diessing looms and fresh
water showers. The swimming place,
(JO.vlO feet, will he enclosed by u wiie
netting to ptevent the entrance of
large lishes. A fee of 25 cents will
be charged for u single bath, and
monthly tickets will be sold at u re
duced inte. Theie will lie spring
boaids and all such conveniences for
swimmers. The place will bo con
ducted in a strictly respectable way, as
the propriotois intend to make it a
lesoit for ladies and children us well
BOOKS FOR THE LIBRARY.
The Library and Heading Itoom
Association has received from Mr.
1. C. Jones, u copy of Hogarth's
Works; also from Hon. . II. Dole,
the following: Four Thousand Years
of the World's Progress, Model
Farms and their Methods, Diseases
of Live Stock, and, Gleanings from
my Life "Work, by John 1$. Gough.
There has just been added, by pur
chase, a complete set of Thackeray's
works in twelve volumes, besides a
variety of recent fiction.
The cold wave forced the
lucky Legislature to adjourn.
4 FINE lot of Coral Stone for build.
-TX ing; will t)o sold cheap, in ipiun
files to suit. Applv to
M 1 w FRED HARRISON.
Annual Meeting Notice.
rpiIE Annual Meeting of the Stock.
JL bidders of the People's Ife and
Refrigerating Co , Limited, will lie held
on the and pioxlmoat their olllce on
Fort Street. J. KNA,
Sec'y P. I. & R. Co.
Honolulu, Fob. 23, ISM. 8r lw
rpilE Iloyd premises In Pauoa Valley,
JL with large 2.story Dwelling House,
containing Parlor, 0 Bedrooms, Dining-
room, rantry, miction, wiue vcrantians,
Stable, Barn, Rath llouso and Servant's
House, also a comfortable 2-rooni Cot.
tage. (.V7 lw) C. BOLTE.
A'o Let Furnished,
A I' Kilauca, Kauai, a comfortable
Ilousuiiud Cottage cmincntlysultn
i), icr a lauiily wishing to spend a
hi i oi I lime in the country. Apply to
30 It Klhmea Sugar Co., Kauai.
rpiIK Residence lately occupied by
JL Mr. J. T. Watcrhousc, Jr., In Nuu.
tutu Avenue. Would be a veiy desira
ble llouso for n family. Also, 2 Cot
luges on Sehoul Street. For full parti.
cuTais apply at J. T. WATKIUIOUSE'S
Queen Street Store. (51 2w
Election of Officers.
AT the Annual Meeting of tho Ha
waiian Agricultural Company
held on the 21st .lanuary, the following
ofllccrs ueio elected to torvo forthe cur
Hon. Chas. R. Bishop President
.Mu. Sam'i. U.ALU'.N VICClVoMllOllt
M u P. 0. J onus Tirasurer
.Mu. JosiiPii O. Cauti:ii Secretary
Mit. Tom May Auditor
Directors Hon. 0. '. Bishop, Mr. S.
C. Allen and Mr. P. 0. Jones
J. O. CAUTJSIt,
See'y Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 1880. 82 lm
Election ol Ollicers.
a T tho Annual Meeting of the 0.
J. Brewer Company held this day.
i ho following gentlemen were elected
for the ensuing year:
Mn. P. C. Jo.nks President
Mn. P. C. Joni:s .Manager
Jin. J. O. Cahtuu Secretary
Mn. J. 0. 0ahti:u Treasurer
Coi,. W. F. Ai.lun Auditor
Dli colors Hon. Clitis. H. Bishop,
Messrs. Sam'l C. Allen and Henry
JOSKPH 0. CATITER,
, Seo'y C. RrovNcr & Company.
Honolulu, Feb. 4, 1SSU. 44 1m
nS removed lib offlc 1 1 135 FORT,
near Cliuphin Hi -el. Olllce
hours: 8 to 10 a.m , 2 to 4 p.m., ond Ot'.tO
to H p.m. Till phone Cflt e, No. 51;
Residence, No. ItlO. (,0 1 w
TN DRAWING AND PAINTING;
L wutir rulers and oil : pcropeetive,
etc. K. C. IUi N FIELD,
0 lm No. ) Kukul Street.
TO KENT, CHEAP.
COTTAGE of C Rooms. Flvo
minutes' wntk from the Post
Ofllcc. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
12 Merchant Street. 48 tf
JA SMALL Hlack and Tun
flV DOG, with a little turn at
f j end of tail, answers to niinio
-s&of PET. A fair reward
will bo given upon return of same to
this olllce. 53 tf
Executor's & Trustee's Siilo
Real S state.
NOTICE Is hereby given that, by
order of Alexander J. Cartwright,
Sr.. the Executor and Triutcc of thclast
will nnd testament of Euitnu ICalelcoua
lanl, deceased, and under license of tho
Supreme Court, wo ire authorized to sell
at Public Auction, at out salesroom, on
Queen St., in the City of Honolulu,
the 23d day of March, 1880,
At 12 o'clock noon, nil the right, title
and luteiest of the said Emma Kalelc
onalaul, of, In and to the following de
1 The Ahupuau of WAI UlA 1, situate
In Kona, Island of Hawaii, and con
taining an area of 27!lJ acres, nnd be
ing more particularly described in
Royal Patent 10SO.
2 The land known as ICOLOAKIU,
situate in Waipio, Dis'rict of llama
kua, Island of Hawaii, containing an
urea of 130 ro.IOO ucn.s, and being
Apana.'Iof RoynlPatf.it 1005, Land
Commission Award 8515 B.
a-Tho land situate at KULAHUHU,
Lihalna, Maul, containing an area of
I .1081210 acres, and described in
Koyal Patent Grrnt 482
I The Ahupuaa of ULA NO, situate In
the District of ICooliu, Island of
Maui, and beiii. the si mu as appears
by Royal Patent 2237, band Comis.
sion Award 851f B. rra unknown.
5 -That certain pit ce of land fcltnato at
I'lHWA, Honolijlu, OjIiu, and con
talng nu area of 55-100 of an acie,
and being more particularly described
in lioval Patent Grant 2100.
fi That certain land situate at 1CA11U
LUI, Koiiu, Hawaii, containing an
aieaof 1 O-lOacies, and more paitl
cularly described in Royal Patent
0277 A, Land Commission Award
7 Tho-e two certain piece? of land situ
ate at PUAKO, Lahalna, Maul, and
containing an area together of l'j
acres, and bclm: Apamts 4 and 5 of
Royal Patent 0777, Laud Commission
S That certain land situate atPUEHU
VAW, Lahalna, Maul, and containing
an area of 23 perches- and being de
scribed In Royal Patent 1707, Land
Commission A waul 0875.
0 The Ahupuaa of KAIIl'LUI, situate
in Komi, Island of Hawuli, and being
Ap.ina2 of Royal Patent 1000, Land
Commission Award 8510 B, Are.i un
known. 10 The Ahupuaa of ICALAMA, situate
in Koua, Island of Hawaii, and being
Apauu 2 of Royal Patent 1000, Land
Commission Award 8510 B, Area un
known. 11 The Ahupuaa of PAHOEHOK situ-
ate lu Koua, island ol Hawaii, anil
being the same as described in Land
Commission Award 8510 B, Area un
12 The Ahupuaa of WAIAKA 1, situate
at Walmea, District of South Kohahi,
Island of Hawaii, and being Apana 1
of Royal Patent K'.OU, Laud Commis
sion Awiud 8510 R, Area unknown.
13 That certain piece of land situate
In PAICALA, Lahalna, Maul, and con
taining an area of 1 acre 22 perches
ami being described in Royal Patent
1S70,r.aud Coiiiudtslnii AwaidSSlDB.
14 That certain piece of laud situate lu
PAICALA, Lahalna, Maui, containing
an area of 38-100 of an acre, and de
seiibedln Royal Patent 1100, Land
CoimnK-ioii Award 10127.
Lahalna, Maui, contMuhig an area of
7?i acies, and described In Royal
Patent 1112, Laud ConiinUslon Award
10 That certain land situate in MA
KILA, Lahalna, Maul, containing an
urea of 1 Rood lD.ltoils. and described
lu Royal Patent 3537, Laud Commis
sion Award 10427.
17 The Ahupuaa of MU'XALEl situ
ate on this Island of Laual, uud con
taining an area or 34 12 38-100 acres,
and being tho -amo .is described lu
Royal Patent 0775, Li.nd Commission
Award 8510 B.
18 That certuiu piece rf land with the
buildings thei'Lon, situate on Hotel
Street, lu the City of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, and known as Kl'OIIA, con
taining an area of 83 fathoms and 10
feet, and described in Royal Patent
1 10, Land Commission Award 118 B.
10 That certain piece of land with the
buildings thereon situate on Queen
Street, in said Honolulu, containing
an area of 015-1000 of an acre, and
being Apana 1 of Royal .Patent 0778,
Laud Commission Award 8515 ami
20 That certain piece of land with the
buildings thcicnu, sltuato on said
Queen Street containing an area of
3-10 of unacrc, and being described lu
Royal Patent 3500, Land Commission
Award 0128 B.
For further particulars apply to
E. P. AIAMS tS; Co.,
Or to A. J, CARTWRIGHT, SR.,
EcccuUir and Trustee.
CO 15 titcs-thurs-sat
AFIHST-OLaSj truck or hack Hoi mi.
Apply to C W. hUCFAHLANE,
Knumnmi Street. f2 2w
FEW lino Building Lots on Here
tiinln Street. Aimlv to
m. u. MvaaAUUivri,
. .. . J '-... ........ M
27 Meirlmut Street.
rpilK uudcrslgucd has moved into the
JL ofllcc of Mr. J. K. WUciunu, where
ho will be prepared to furnish house,
hold servants, collect bills, do Anglo.
Chinese Interpreting, and a general
business. (G'J Om; SOYONG.
So. 4 ,iInniH ILimc.
Hats dyed and pressed,
Feathers cleaned and curled,
Native stiaws sewed hi all the latest
Lemons given In thlrty.slx kinds of
fancy work, with drawing nnd painting
Orders taken for nil kinds of cinbrol.
ITuwliiomible Oluulc uud
Comer of Alakcn k King Sts.
Feathers Cleaned and Dyed.
A. ITcav CukUh ol"
just received, ex bark I.ovspring.
Departure Bay and
For sale in quantities to suit.
N. B. When oidcriug coal ask If you
?et 2.000 or 2,240 lbs. per Ton. Wo sell
long Tons. (54 1m) WILDER & CO.
IN tho matter of the Estate of WM.
FOG O, 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. Parke, at his olllce, In Hono
lulu, over the Bank of Messrs. Bishop &
Co. All persons having claims against
the said cutatu are hereby notified to
present the same duly verified to the
said W. C. Parke within sixty days
from tho dale heieof
(Sig.) A nu SOUA CANAVARRO,
Consul of Portugal.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1880. 53 3w
Notice of Letters Patent.
ALL persons aru hereby notlllcd that
Letters Patent weio issued by the
Hawaiian Government to JAMES
ICENNEY of Honolulu on tho 10th day
of December, a.m. 18S5, for an Improve
ment In brake, gig and chaise springs,
und that said Letters Patent were its
signed by the said Jituieb Kenney to the
Hawaiian CarrlageManufacturing Com
pany on the 22r.d day of December, a.d.
1885, wherefore thu said Hawaiian Car.
rlago Manufacturing Company hereby
warns all persons agiiin-t Infringing on
the said l.cttcis Patent.
HAW'N CARRIAGE MANF'G Co.
Honolulu, Dec. 22, 1845. 208 tf
Will be open every afternoon and even
ing as follows:
day unit Kuttirilay J'.venliicH.
To the public in general.
For ladies and gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen and children.
Friday and Saturday Evenings; also, at
the Tm-cday Matinee.
Fob. 26-Candle Raco for Prize,
it 07 " ''
March 5 Potato Race for Prize,
II r CI II I
" 12-Candy Party,
" 13 Orango Eace for Prize-
THOS. E. WALL, Manager.
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing AgoM.
42 Mercian Si, Homlilo.
My most faithful attenlionj will be
given for the
Purchase of Merchandise
in Honolulu for the residents of tho
ill) several Uluuds of this group, ly
Yoswte Skating lm,
LHWIS L CO., GROCERS,
IMI'ORTEI s AN') DEALERS IN
ISt to.xlc and. j nicy Gi'oceries,
or nnd CO Hotel Htroct,
Froh Goo-l continually on tho waj A nice assortment of Biscuits Just received.
Of Goods delivered to 'alkul Tuesdays and Fridays.
P.O. BOX 3.5.
KSTA LISHED 1879.
JOS. E. VISEMAN,
General Business Agent,
Oumpbfill JBloclc, - - Honolulu, II. I.
Ren' Esti.tf Agent, Custom Houso Broker,
SmploMrtnt Agent, Money Broker,
Wlldm it Steamship Agent, Manager Hawaiian Opeia Hotife,
Great Burlington Railroad Agent Fire and Life InHirance.Agent.
I' America. (1112 ly)
CA.3L1?J II ILL'S XIJLOCIC,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has jitit opened out a If ge and carefully selected stock of
(rant's Fine l.'urnishing Goods,
Cuslom.Miulo C Jtlihig.'and lints and Caps
Ii all lie Late t Btyles and Patterns.
53T Particular attention ia cnP m1 to an elegant Hue of Gent's Neckwear.
!-AN FRANCISCO, January 13, 1S?U
Messrs. W. B. Wllsliiro & Co., Agents
HkcNEALE URBAN SAFES,
206 California Itret-!, San Francisco, Cal.
Gh n smkn: In reply to your uqul y concerning the opening of the Burglar
I of CI .' in the safe In tho oil e of the Clerk ot tho Supremo Court now so
ve kn u as THE McCAKTIP SAFE I will gay that I took churgo of tho
f.i'H c on edne.'day, the (1th inst. For s.tnie days previous unsuccessful attempts
hi bee lude by vai lous expert t pit the lock. On Thursday, further, similar
( iTi rts e o made, with the -.nine wult, bv -Mr. Ensign nnd other noted experts,
J.L O'. WHOM FINALLY D1.0LAR1H) THAT THE LOCK COULD NOT
HE PIC'C 3D, and that tho safe m 3t be opened by force.
On I'i day I employed the c.xr rt of ono of your competitors, who did faithful
!nd lion"; work for that purpose.
On ia'iirday morning work w i begun, nnd this morning (Wednesday) FOUR
Di YS I I'ER, the expert sueceec1 'd in drilling through the door und opening the
I cout der it was an cxtiaord' .arlly severe test, much beyond what a burglar
( oi.ljl pi s.-ibly employ under nny 'rcuiiistanccs, nnd can assure it has impirrd mo
wi h tin 1 ghest conlidenct in tin security of your Burglar.Pronf Safes, and that
YOUR i.OOKS ARE PICK-PRO IF AGAINST THE BEST EXPERTS.
Aft r vurking tor some hour on thu lock, one expert said he had found that
V ' use u letter' and another thai 0 wiu ono. On examination, neither of these
let ers i.,tf. cared in the eomliitiutio' , Yours truly,
.L I). SPENCER, Clerk of Sunrcmo Court.
The above was a No. 8 J acNEALE & UKI1AN Fire ami Burglar Safe.
C. O. BERCER,
General Agent for the Hn .vidian Islands.
, I'L 0
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
plumbing, rra, copper and
i.93 SHEET IRON WORK.
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