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FMDAY, I'Lli, 2G. 188G.
Stmr W'O Hall for Maul mill Hawaii
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Calorhia for Ilninuu
Schr Ktilaniami for Koholalelo
Schr Wailelo for Mnliko
Schr Cntcrlnn sails to-nionow with !'0
ton of i'onl for llamoa, Maul.
The V II Dluioml. Eva. John Smith.
FoiPt Queen and Majestic will soon be
ready to call.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
l)n. Tucker has lenioved hi" oHiee
to 13") Foit Hlri'i'l.
('ANiir.r.-itAci: ami miude
Yiwoinilo link lo-nighl.
Hustaci: fe IloiiuuTPON moved into
thoir new olllco this nftornunn.
Tiik ilivil(u has been at wot k deep
cuing the hay for about three yeaie.
Tiieri: is talk of forming a swim
ming elub when the bath-home is
SoMi:itoi)Y with a large head thinks
n bieyelo elub would pay well in
Mil. F. llatiii-on began woikon the
new Police Station addition thN
Hawaii Ihihi'IuiII elub appears to he
tlio only one practicing for the ensu
Tiik Hand will play at Emma
K(iiaio to-nionow aftei noon and Mon
F.i.nnn Healoy will tlNeusH, "Bap
tism Its Object and Mode," at the
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A iiiiavv shower last night made
carting dillicult on the Esplanade
Mil. W. W. Warner has joined the
Volcano paity by tho steamer Hall
A ciiAMi:xni: game of chet-s will
piohahly be played in this city at an
wtily date by two piolicients.
Tiik Young People's piayer meet
ing will be held at tho Bethel Union
chinch vestry at half-past seven this
A TKi.iii'iioNi: dispatch this after
noon says the rain is coming down in
torrents at Knalao.i, Koolau, and tho
place is Hooded.
Judoino by tho number of dray
teams ranged along Queen stiect this
afternoon, a vast volume of businehs
is about to be set in motion.
FuiiTHKii movements of the Diieet
Lino steamships, between California
and Australia, cannot bo nsrci taint d
until after the ui rival of next mail
fiom tho Coast.
Muh. Dudoit, now lcsiding on Ala
ken near Hotel stioet, will shortly
occupy Hon. C. H. Bishop's mansion
on Kiiig stiect near Fort, wheio she
will continue to keep a piivatc
boarding house, but on n linger scale
than in her picsent location.
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Ir you want to get on the right
Bcent,go to E. P. Adams & Co.'s i-ale
of perfuines at 11 to-nionow. Their
regular cash sale will bo held at the
same tinio, when a gas machine will
be sold. Tho bidding for tho latter
is likely to bo lively between tho
editors of our contemporaiies.
Mil. David Center wiih given a
complimentary supper by tho W.ii
luku Social Club, Feb. Ii), on the
, occasion of his dopaituio finin
Spteekulsvillo plantation, wheio he
lias been head luiiii for tho past seven
years. Among a largo company pre
sent were several Honolulu people.
Owing to a coldness in tho water,
tho .Swimming Club has adjourned
over this week. Next week tho sca
hon will reopen with a grand pei
formance. Mr. Mahoney will try
extra-double someisaults, Mr. Cath
oart still wilder feats; Mr. Craft will
do the mainspring tiick; Mr. Whig
ham divo after a feather bioadside;
Mr. Steiner will hunt for curios ten
fathoms low. and Mr. l'feill'er for
lipnrl ovsters. Mr. Cathcait is to bo
orator fof tho occasion, piovided
can open his mouth under water.
Cavt. IIai.by's Wahduoiu: 1)i:xuii:i
Koau Suraiviiou IIaut's Hai-
JIKST ALSO DlU'l.CTlU).
Some time during last night tho
cottage of Capt. A. H. Haley, on
tho lloyal Hawaiian Hotel grounds,
was entered by a thief, who stripped
the premises of nearly all tho Cap
tain's clothing. Intending to depart
for tho country at an early hour this
morning, Capt. Haley left the door
of his cottage open, also the door
londitirr from the hall to his room, so
that he might be wakened eaily by
one of tho Hotel employees. Tho
cottage Is the most eastern one on
the liicliard street aide of thu
grounds, and the Ciiptnin's bedroom
is situated in tho southeast comer
of the house. Ills wardrobe stands
in the hall, and contained most of
Jiis clothing, excepting what ho put
off on milling Inst night, xtW. toy
itcitr i a iicili mo unci wont, ,
through tho wnt'iliobo, cnrrylhj off
its contents, besides taking the
nppaiel lying in the beiliooin, in
cluding n shiit with gold ilceve
bullous ami a set of studs. Cnpt.
Haley was first apprised of hav
ing 'been robbed when the man
from the Hotel came in to waken
him, discovering then that he had
not wherewithal to clotho himself.
The loss includes a valuable coat,
several pairs of troupers and other
articles of more or less value. Mrs.
Haley, who was sleeping in another
room, did not hear a sound of any
alarming kind dining the night.
After pi oeuiing garment? to cover
himself, Captain Haley set out for
Wuialua, calling at the Station House
first to report the robbery. The
police have not as yet obtained any
clue to the robber, but may be moie
successful after having had an in
terview with the Captain on his
return to town.
The house of C. W. Unit, Road
Supei visor, at the corner of Dere
tnnia and Punchbowl streets, was
also entered during the night and a
quantity of clothing stolen there
fioin. A gentleman says he saw a
man in his shiit-slcevos skulking
among the trees of another resi
dence in that neighborhood, while
the house was all lit up, last evening.
Fiuiiay, Feb. 20th.
lleforc .ludd, C. J. L. Hodrigo
was adjudged a bankrupt, on the
petition of Benjamin Hempstead.
A wariant had been issued on the
:22nd directing the Marshal to take
charge of the bankrupt's piopeity,
the leturn on which said that no
pioporty has been found.
FuiiiAV, Feb. 20th.
Before Preston, J. An appeal
from the District Com t of Koolau
poko, by Ahai and 5 others, on an
assumpsit of $.", A. Ku, Tax Col
lector, respondent. The appeal is
sustained on the giound of inform
ality in tlio tax collector's proceed
ings. The Crown vs. Alo, intercourse
with a female under M years of
age, appeal from the Police Court,
occupied the Couit since yesterday
afternoon. Still on. A. Kosa for
prosecution. Ashford for defeiid'inl.
Fimii.vy, Feb. 20th.
Sam Kaco, drunkenness, forfeited
M. Ilartman, driving an express
without a license, fined So with $!l
Jokia, assault, and battery on
Liliha, his wife, fined S with SJK-IO
Ah Sam was brought up on re
mand, charged with stealing fowls
belonging to Major Hills. Ho swore
he bought them on the market from
another Chinaman, (Jco l.oy, then
in Court, whereupon ho was found
not guilty and discharged.
Geo l.oy, above-named, was
charged with stealing seven fowls,
property of Major Hills. He pleaded
not guilty and was lcmanded till the
3rd pi ox.
Chas. Hall, "Win. More, X. Peter
son, IJobt. Levey, J. Davis and AVm.
Gray were tried for violating sec
tions 11 and 21 of express regula
tions, all found not guilty and
noon sulkv is for sale at 0
Millet's llusinc.-s Agency.
Eat at the Polynesian this even
ing; till S i'. .M. Veal Stow, Tripe,
.Spanish style, l.oin Steak, etc., etc.
A RIOT IN LONDON.
On Feb. 8th a mass meeting of the
unemployed mechanics of London
was belli in Trafalgar square around
the Nelson monument. Ten thou
sand men were present when the
piocccdings opened, and the police,
who weio there in large numbers, at
onco saw that the Socialistic element
of London greatly predominated in
the crowd. Conspicuous among the
leaders of tho multitude was Hums,
who ran as a Socialistic candidate in
Nottingham in the lecent election.
This man showed that he wanted to
make tiouble. After some tantaliz
ing conduct towaid the police, he
mounted the pedestal of the Nelson
column for the purpose of deliver
ing a harangue. The ofllccr.s forced
their way through the crowd and
pulled him down, but the mob after
a short struggle leplaced him, when
he waved a red Hag in token of
triumph and leisurely finished his
speech. Ho then lead a fiercely
woided resolution, blaming the Gov
ernment for the distress of the work
ing classes and demanding that Par
liament start public woiks for tho
employment of the masses. Tills
resolution aggravaieu mo exoiicmeni
of tho mob, and tho polico again
charged, dragging Burns and his
colleagues fiom tho pedestal and
diiving them away.
After their ejection tlio agitators
made no fuither attempt to got
back, but tiied to make mischief in
other rpuuters. Leaving tho street
they proceeded to tlio wall of tho
Natlon.il Grtlkty, wlio
i tlioy mtulo
i ciclto tlio
ui'munaiiaij.iy ti u
mob to attack the bulk r ;. As the
crowd weio not yet wrought up to
the pitch of violence, these efforts
failed mid then Hums and his col
leagues went to the Caileton Club
and repeated their tact-cs. By this
time the mob was tremendous in
numbers and verging on despera
tion, but by the effoits of the police
was divided by being forced down
the different streets. Trafalgar
squaic was held by a numerous
gang of rowdies, and th" mob having
overturned two gianitc nillara across
the street, the way to Charing Cross
i all way station was effectually
blocked, defying the otforts of the
police to clear the way lov traffic.
The main mob took up a march to
Hyde Park along Hegont and Oxford
streets, nud being now in destructive
and depredating riood Mi y smashed
windows and sac!- sd pi itc houses
and hotels indiscrim intely, the
clubhouses being madi cipccial ob
jects of their hungry wra h. A car
riage standing against the curb,
which had been abandoned in terror
by its occupants, was pounced on
by the rioters, and in an instant
broken up, wheels, sp';cs, shafts
and other pieces being c niod away
for clubs. There was a savage fight
at the Caileton Club b-tween the
adherents of l!u ns, th'- Socialists
and anti-Socialisis, ii which the
latter weio victorious, larrying off
tlio leader and bearing him aloft to
Kegcnt street, whence ho led the
mob the whole way to Hyde Park.
Arrived at the Pail; liums made
another speech, more violent than
his previous ones. After the con
clusion of the harangue the mob
broke up into sections, the main
body going back along Oxford
street, which the panic-stricken resi
dents deserted to the iimestiaincd
fury of the rioters. The latter
smashed every sound window they
noticed, and the wino shops were
broken in and their contents distrib
uted freely to whomsoever wished to
drink. Beer saloons were similarly
treated. Tailor shops were broken
into and clothes and rolls of cloth
thrown into the street, to ho taken by
those who were strongest in the
lights which resulted. Kvery person
met who looked like a foreigner was
stoned or beaten from the street.
Scores of times policemen attempted
to save the assailed piopeity and
make arrests, but they were every
time beaten and compelled to sur
render their prisoners.
Some time after dark the mob
gradually left Trafalgar squaie and
went away, satisfied that without
having actually collided with the
police they had won tho day. As
the mob dispersed its sections made
havoc in the streets until they
dwindled away. The scenes which
characterized the retreat of that
section of the Hyde Paik mob which
went through Oxford street also at
tended the retreat of other sections
of tho crowd. Kvery street they
entered was surrendered to them.
At midnight the police repnits con
curred in stating that never beforo
in the present gencrati in has such a
disturbance occurred i l London with
so little loss of blood. Some ofllcials
declare that up.vard'- of fifty thou
sand men must have been rioting
for at least six Lours w th absolute
possession of every 'iioroughfarc
they chose to L.vadc yet no life Is
repotted taken. If Mn police had
been strong enough to attack tho
mob at any point tlice might have
been terrible records to make, but
at midnight cveryth'ng is pretty
much as it was during the day, and
the whole thing appears to have been
a sort of nightmare. While it lasted
the city was tlioiough'y excited, but
the mob was essential1)' English. It
made a frightful demonstration, was
not resisted and went to bed at tho
usual time. Accordi. g to later esti
mate lf0,()00 persons weie engaged
in the Trafalgar squi ro demonstra
tion. Two thiids of the crowd were
bona fide unemployed workinguien,
and tho remainder Socialists. Tho
two sections were not in accord and
theic wero fiequent collisions be
HAS removed his olVee to 1!W FOUT,
near Chaplain btrcot. Officii
hours: 8 to 10 a.M , 2 to . v.m., mid 0:110
to 8 p.m. Teliplionc Olllee, Xo. fit;
Kcsidencc, -Xo. 1110. I to lw
DKAWIXG AXD PAIXTINO:
X wutir cob re and oils: lH'rsnectlvc,
Xo. 1 ICuluil Street.
fpiIE undersigned has moved Into tho
JL olllco of Sli.J. Vs. Wiseman, where
he will ho prepared to fiirnlBh house
hold scrvmits, collect IiIIIk, do Anglo.
Chinese iulcrpt cling, and a general
bus Incss. (GO dm) SOYOXG.
luHliioiiuble Oloulc tiiid
DresM 31 ulcer,
Comer of Alakr: cc King Stfl.
Feathers Cleaned and Dyed,
A I'lNE lot of C id Stouc for build.
ti lug l will b. M.ld cheap, in aunti.
titles to suit, Applv to
63 tw FltKI) HAIUtlSON.
Annual Meeting Notice.
rpiIH Annual Meeting of tho Stock.
X holders of tho People's Ice aid
Befrlgenitlng Co , Limited, will be held
on tho 2dc1 proximo, at thoir office on
Fort btrcct. .1. ENA,
Bce'y P. I. & R. Co.
Honolulu, Fob. 22, 1S8U. 85 lw
No. 4 AilaitiH Lane.
Hats dyed n ml press ed,
Feathers clcuiied mid curled,
Native stiaws sewvd In ull the IntiRt
Lessons given lit thbl;, bix kinds of
faiicy work, with diiiwiugtiiid painting
Onlcra taken for nil UliuU of enthral.
A. IT!V CunIih ol"
just received, c. bark J.o spring.
Departure Bay and
For sale In minntltios to suit.
X. B. When onli.ting ceal a9k If you
get 2.O0O or a.'-MH lbs. tier Ton. "We sell
longTono. (5 1 1m) WlLDKIt & CO.
Election of Oiiiucr.s.
AT the Annual Jleetlnc of the Hn
widinu Agricultural Company
held on thu 21st January, the follow inc
officers were elected to serve for tlio cur.
Hox. Ciias It. Bisiioi- President
Mu. Sam'i. C. Alux Vice-President
Mn. P. C. J ox .8 Treasurer
Mu.Josni'ii O. (;auti:ii Beoretnry
Mn. Tom SI ay Auditor
Directors-IIon. C. 1 . Bishop, Mr. S.
C. Allen and Mr P. C. .lours.
.1. O. OAHTEH,
Scc'y Hawaiian Agricultnr.il Co.
Honolulu, .Ian. '.'-', 18tii. 32 1m
Election of Oilicers.
A T thu Annual Slcetini; of tho
-ljl Brewer Company held this day.
the following gentlemen were elected
for the entiling year:
Slit. P. C. Joxr.s President
Sin. P. C. .Ionkh Sliiunger
Sin. J. O. Cahhui Secretary
Mn. J. O. Cautiui Tic.isiircr
Col. W. F. Au.r.x Auditor
Directors Hon. Chas. II. Bishop,
Slessrs. Snni'l C Allen and Henry
JOSKl'n O. CATtTHR,
Scc'y C Bruwer & Company.
Honolulu, Feb. 4, 1SS0. U lm
Notice of Letters Patent.
ALL persons are hereby notified that
Letters Patent wem issued by the
Hawaiian Government to .IASIES
KKXNKY of Honolulu on tho lOlli day
of December, A.n lBSo, for nn Improve
ment in lirakc, gig and chaise springs,
and that said Letters Patent were us.
signed by the suld .liimes Kcnney to the
Huwailnn Curt luge Manufacturing Com
pany on the 22nd day of December, a.d.
188r, wherefore tho mid Hawaiian Car
rlago Manufacturing Company hereby
warns all person ag.dn't Infringing on
the bald Letter? P.iieui.
HAWK CAliKIAGF. MANF'G Co.
Honolulu, Dec. 22, 1S3D. 208 tf
Will be open uvtiy aftcinron and even,
ing as follows:
duy ami Hutiirilay livening.
To the public in general.
For Indict and guitleinen.
Tiu'Hduy A lie i noons,
For ladle?, gentlemen and children.
Friday and Saturday Evenings; also, at
the Tuesday Slatince.
Fob. 20-Candlo Race for Prize,
March 5 Potato Race for Prize,
" 12-Candy Party,
" 1 3 - Orange Raco for Prize.
TIIOS. E. WALL, Slanager.
0. K. MILLER,
Gonoral Business & Puichaslng AflonL
42 larcliaiit St., Honolulu.
Sly most faithful attention will bo
given for the
Purchase of Merchandise
pi Honolulu for tlio residents of tho
tf) several Islands of this group, ly
Yonitft Skating Rink,
V, 0 li07 I 1,
iall'f IS & 0(
IMPOKTUK- AXD DEALtiHS IX
Si o.ple and J 7icy 5rioce'ios;
or mid Of Itotol Htreot,
Fresh Goo '..' continually on the way. A nice assortment of Biscuits Just received.
00J Goods delivered to ' 'nlkwl Tucsdnys and l'rldnys.
. ; T93 ?
( U .iuplcll Bloclc,
R( il Emo Vgcnt,
Ei plo .1 nt Agent,
V llifi ' Steamship Agent,
r.. . if. ..it. ..u i..ti
V?. GO i
CuVnCI T-.L'S I3LOCIC,
(!on,er of Fort -fe Merchant Streets,
Has jut opened out a to-ge and carefully selected stock of
Cr mt's Fine I 'mnishing Goods,
Custom-Made C thin ,Jnnd lints and Caps
Ii all tlie Late, t Slyliis aid Patterns.
37" Pttiticular attention is call
t AN FHANCISCO, January H, 188(1.
Messvs. W. 1J. Vllsliira & Co., AgcntH
MicNEALS (k URBAN SAFES,
206 California ' trocl, San Franoisoo, Cal.
Gh! I HKXl
In reply to your ntpiirs'
I ( f CI In the safe in the ofl
e kn. i n THE MCCARTHY
'h e on V jdac-ilay, the (ilh lust.
Imi bee i uilu liy nrlous uxnert1-
( III .'is
i uirdc, with the nmo
VHOSI FIXALLY DL
; .1), and thnt the t"fc in
i lay I employed ih'j e.
work for that piupose.
nrdny morning work w
r I'EIt, the expert 9licceei
i r j o
j.i- pic ;
I Hi )l
io. Id p'
wl Ii tin )
Y UK .
y an ( i'
1 n re r ,
dor It was nn cwtraord
lily employ under any
glicst conlldeiicc In th
CICS ABE PICK-I'lU
working for tome lioin
litter' and auoth r tha
.'iircd In th'j coinhhiatlc
. he ahovewns a Xa.
JOBH I0TT. !l
5saua.tf.Mjr" wx " -.
Granite, Iroa and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
3?LlMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
S03 SHEET IRON WORK.
Honolulu. IX. I.
('tiMom llousn Broker,
Slnnager IIiiwnilnnOpeia House,
cnt Fire nnd Life InsurancoiAgent.
1 to 'in elegant line of Gent's Xcckwcnr.
concerning the opening of the Burglar.
i or 'Ho UlcrK ot mo supreme uouri now so
SAl'E I will say thnt I took chargo of tho
""or i iinedays previous unsuccessful uttinipts
pic', llie lock. Un Thursihiy, further, f inillnr
suit bv Mr. Ensign nnd other noted experts,
JLAPh'I) THAT THE LOCK COULD NOT
t h opened by force,
it ol one of your competitors, who did fid I Ii fill
i lief un, and this morning (Wednesday) FOUR
d iu rilling through the door unci opening the
ril severe test, much beyond what a btirglnr
ir'iin ,tauccs, and can ntHiru It has inspiicdmo
"ccuiitvnf our Uurghir-Proof Safes, anil that
F A'iAINST THE BEST EXPEBTS.
in tl c lock, one expert tuiil he hud found thnt
J w.ii one. On o.Miinlniition, neither ot these
. Yoiirs trill v.
.1 I). SI'E'NCEIt, Clerk of Supreme Court.
voNPAI.E it URUAN Fire and Burglar Knfe.
C. O. BERCER,
General Agent for the Hnvniihiii Ihl.inds.
8 Kuflmun Street
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