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SATURDAY, FEB. 27. 188G.
OCKAXIU S. S. CO.
Geo. W. Cider, from Sin Fianelfcn
Fob, 27th. duo Mnrch "th.
Zoalnndia, from Sydney for San Frnn
cl'co, Mar. 10.
AuMinlia. fiom San rraiieUeofor Colo
nic. Mar. 1!1.
Stmr Mokolll from Moloknl
Stmr J 1 Dow sett Irom Haiku
Schr Mutniokaual fiom ICoolan
Sehr Caterlna for Hainoa r
Sehr Knlaniami for ICoholulcIc
Sehr Wallelo for Malll.o
Sehr Munuokawal for Ilanak'l
Stinr Mokolll for MoloKal
Stun-J I Dowsett fm- Haiku
Stun- Llkellke for ICulinhii
For Mnnl and Hawaii, per Meanter V
U Hall. February IMS For tin- Volcano:
ColonelW Powell and wife. M1mh F
and M Govt-, C M Itnylcy, wife and sou,
and W M Mculll. lor way poilx;
Lieutenant .1 IC Solomona. lion .1 1C
Nnhale, Mrs II ICuihcl.inl. M1-S C Par
sons, W W Warner, A 1 IVteion, It V
I'odmoie and .about 110 deck.
The schooner Jennie Walker
hauled onto the Marine Rallwaj
v m ti bo cleaned.
St mr Mokolll brought :I0.". bug of
Stmr .1 I l)o'tt lit ought 8"0 bays of
.Sehr Mannokawal biought 178 has
of Migar, and 1! gieon hides finui Knne
ohe, Koolau. this morning. She. Milled
this noon for llanalci, Kauai, to load
paddy for l'unaluu. Kool.in. dhect.
Tim Sumatra': eoal Is all out.
The .stnu-s Klnau, Llkellke and Iwa
lanl aio due tu-inoiinw.
Tim Geo I'eikliis Is In the stie.im.
Tho Majestic will tlnMi dlsehaiging
ne.t w eck.
The 80 tons of eopia that came by
the Joiuilo Walker has been stored In
the ruclfU' Navigation Co' new wmc
house and will shoitly be shipped to
Sick folks often comu to me
And pour out all their tiouble;
I'm used by ftiiiucuns a gii.u d
To llelds'of grain and MuUble.
I'm seen on many a sleeper's face,
On fences and bn poMsj
And thnld people oft aer
On me they hae seen ghosts.
On ecty railroad I am found
And on n win chip's deck;
I'm often as a lever used
But inot times as a cheek.
I'm found on steam and sailing wafts
That How the biluy wae,
And every year that I exist
Full many a life I save.
Of many houses I am pait
Within, without, aiound them
1 am what men oft do with foes
Befoto they tiy to pound them.
I'm found at famed Nlaaaia Falls,
Wheio people to me cling,
And lovers, on their trjstli g nights,
Oft eomo to me and slug.
1 am a wild bhd highly pricd
In lands aeioss the ea,
And as an article of food
Xo man will turn fiom me.
Pronounco i-ao backwaid, and you name
A man to bo despised;
lint if I plctuie him too plain,
lie will be lecognlml.
lie Is what every cowaid i,
Unlit to held with men;
And now, amanuensis filend
For this week diop the pen.
Answer to No.
Euir.it W. M. 1Ii:ai,i:v will preach at
7:IiO r. M., in the tent, comer of Alakea
and Hotel stieets.
Komak CA-riioi.it! CA-iiii:intAr..
lllgli mass at 10 A. si. Benediction of
the Illessed Sacrament at 1:!!0 i: M.
W. 0. T. V. A gospel tempeianeo
meeting will he held on the whaif. foot
of Foit stieet, :i::!0 f. si. Good niiislo
will bo provided.
Y. M. 0. A. Young Men's lllhlo
Class In the pallor at 0:l."iA. si., con
ducted liy the (iunci.il Secietary. Gos
pel praise service at 0:110 v. M.
Brrjir.i. Union Ciiuiioii. Rev. E.
C. Oggel, pastor. 1'ieaehing 11 A. vi.
and 7-.H0 v. si. .Subject in tliu evening,
"Tempted and Tiled." The chinch
choir and chlldiou's chouis will iisll
at the evening servicu. Seamen, stian
geis and all otheis Invited.
Four Sriii:r.T Ciiruai. Uov. J. A.
Ciiiiiu. nastor. Pleaching by th.:
pastor nt 11 A. st and 7:110 i vi.
livening subject: " Some. Things Wu
Know," to be followed next Sunday
evening by a companion sei moil, "Some
Things Wo Uo Not Know." Thu choir,
assisted hv seveial liistiuinentallsts,
gives a sieelal iuusle.il piogiaiiuuo at
this scivlce, and all tho i-e.itx aiefice.
.Sunday scliool at U: in a. si.
St. ANi)iti:vv'ft Oatiii:ihiai.. The
Hist congiegatlon will Imvu seivkos,
comhieted by the lllhop of Honolulu,
to.moriow, as follow : Holy Coiiimimloii
ntBiUO and ll:!IO A. m Hid latter a
choral service; Sunilay school at II
A. si.; evensong and catechetical
leetuie by tholilsliop, 'at li v. m. No
uppioprhition of seats. Thu second
congregation, conducted by Uov. Geo.
Wallace, will liav i) Sunday school at 10
a. Si. In the Puiiahou Preparatory
wliool. Moinliigpiayer with seunoii,
especially for chlldi en, at 11:15 a, si.,
and eveulug prayer at 750 V, si,
LOCAL & CEilfcfiAL NEWS,
'i in, pigeons have adoptee
S. S. Oi:o. W. Kldcr lea(s Sun
Fiancisco for this poit to-day.
Tin: i'iiiIh mi' l.igginti ton f-u 1m
hind tlm n-inpem in Hip kIn'oK-Icui-ing.
Y. 31. C. A. gospol temp"ranco
meeting in tho Hothel Union vpptry
at 7.110 this evening.
Steasikk Kiinui will uiiivu to
ntonovv, and on Monday will go upon
the Mmiiic IliiHwiiy to he eleantd.
Tin: Hon. l'ostinnstcr-Uenei.il has
our llianks for a copy of tin Post
oflleu Tinio Table, lovieod for tho
niouHi of Match,
Till". Japanese Consul' caiiiagc
met with a disastuiUH Hiuasli-tip this
moiniiig. It is in I'ligo'u yuid ami
looks as though it was utiuck by a
Incoinnlive going at full speed.
Tin: candle nice at the Yosemitc
rink last evening was won l one of
the Heaver Saloon waiteis, who
shielded the lighted candle with his
coat and sped aiound like tho " Fly
Mi:. A. It. ICerr, painter, has hoisted
an aitistic sign over his paint shop,
Queen stici'l. On one side of tho
sigtibo.iid tho steamship Alameda
pacing the hell buoy is painted and
on the other u laigo stag.
Tin: skull with tusks of u Ha
waiian wild boat, killed on lion.
Sam. I'uikoi's lancli, Hawaii, is ex
hibited in Oats' window, giving occa
sion for learned demonstrations by
amateur unlive mituialists.
At JO o'clock on Monday I.. J.
Lev ey will oiler the lease, stock and
lixtuies of (he " Old Coiner" lestau
in nt- at unction. This is a good
chance for anybody desirous of going
into tho lcstauiant business.
Oitii lepoitei found everything, at
midday, in tho Polieo Couit, as
peaceful, mild, seiene and still as
"the mist slumbeiing on yon hill."
It was pay day and the buttons shone
biighler than usual in the glint of
SntoNO K. N. I, winds and mugli
seas raged at Koolau all the week
until I o'clock vesleiday moiniiig,
when the wind shifted to the S. K.
Tho schooner Mnnunkavvai could not
lu-oive height nl I'tiimluu on account
of the weather.
Kii-A, one of Mi. Mollis's newsboys,
has made mi ambitious dibit at a
pmttiiit of (ion. Giant in watei colois.
He says it only took him half an
hour. If he keep at the brush, and
have pioper tuition, ho may dis
A i:i:sii)i:nt speaks of starting a
collection to put cliase tho ciown
jewels, of Fiance for Ibis kingdom,
lie thinks the only jewel heie is the
calabash, but theie ate moie things
in this lealm than the guiieiality of
lesidenls are awaie of.
A PoifiuouiNi: laboier employed
by Mr. John Howler, plasteier, at tho
now Police Station, had com and
pupoi to the value of i?2 !..'() ah-stuu-ted
ft om Hie pocket of a pair of
tiouseis, laid aside while he was
working, in thai building this foie-
Mit. Wiseman loports that many
business men seen by liim aio veiy
willing to assist in biingiug Signor
('ainpobcllo heie with n good opei.i
company, and theio seems to be no
doubt that the requisite amount can
bo suliM-iibed so as to peimit of the
Signor coming in Apiil.
O.vi: of the most impottnut sales of
ical entato ever held in this kingdom
will be that of the famous Koso
Itauch piopeity, Maui, p.uticul.iiicd
in an advertiseinent in this paper, by
K. P. Adams it Co. on Monday fust
at noon. The event is likely to bung
together an imposing eoneoniso of
capitalists, with the planting and
Captain McCiegor, of the steamer
Mokolii, iejioits a tenilie wind stoim
on ICalioohivve last Thiiis-day moin
iiig. Vast elouds of soil were blown
fiom tho hind, completely envelop
ing the Mokolii and compelling her
to ictieat. It appeals that a toiuadn
had taken possession of the island
and played the ety mischief for
about an hour. The captain says
the weather was veiv good hist night.
ICati: Foote, Washington cone
spondent of tlio Xew Voik " Inde
peiideut," de.sciibing an "evening"
given by Mr. Chief Justice Wake,
among other guests mentions " Mi.
Caiter, the minister fiom tl- Sand
wieh Ishiudc, who looks mm h morn
Knglihli than tho Hiitisb ."Minister."
Among the ladies leceiving at a
"ICtiU'eo IClatsebe," given by the
Homeopathic Hospital to eelebiate
its opening, tho same wiitei names
Mis. Mott Smith.
Tin: inventor of llio puido" Tower
of llannoi" oll'eis if 1 00 to iinv person
who eoiiectly poifonns the tiick in
oil seconds. Theio aio 2.rir niove
inents in all when the thim; is pin
piulv done. The siuallest disk,
teinietl "the joker," moves 128 times,
the next in si.o 111 times, and soon,
each piece being moved half as many
times as the one above it, Shifting
four pieces to a second vv mid not
cover tho time, and the money
olleietl is piotty safe. Thu bust time
jnudo in Honolulu is two minutes.
i.ird had to
i in. (I both
INTERMEDIARY C il RT.
Sati H)v, Fob. 27th.
Hefoio Judge l'rcsto.i. han l'uiig
Clicw appealed from the Police
Com I, against a sentence of 15
days' impiisonmuit for assault and
battery. Judgment beior confirmed
with costs. Am one .it 6a for the
Crown, II. K. Avory in appellant.
John DeUrnves app uled against
the sentence of t te I'o ice Court, of
8200 Hub and .",0 days' Imprison
ment. S. 15. Dole appeared for him,
and A. Hosa for the Ui jivn. Judg
incntof lower court cjiifinned with
costs. Ajipeal noted to Supreme
Couit by defendant's otinsel.
The Koynl Ilawaiirn Hand will
play at Kinina Squire at 1 :.!()
o'clock this attcuioon. r'ollovving ii
the progrannne :
Ov el till e Tiineredl
Selpctlon -Welsh Melodies
Walt I.elnat Sound
Polka Two Postilions....
A (loon sulky is foi i. lie at C. IC
3Iiller's llusiness gcin v. (i() If
such a remarkable
message was not
all. It only contained twenty-six
letters. Nntional Weekly.
TO THE PUBLIC.
The Pacific Transfer Co.,
with C. IC. Miller,
Bell Tel., 377, Mutual Tel., 391.
I iin fully prepaied to do nil kinds of
dravase, hauling or movim: work, nil of
vvhif-h I will guarantee to eccute faith
fully. (12 ly S. F. GnAHAM, Prop'r.
IN DltAWIXO AKD
X wa I ci-
U. I! 'INFIELD.
No. 1 ICukui Street.
India Rice Mill,
San FraiKjisco, Cal.
IN conseipicnce of tl. leath of the
owner of this well 1 town property,
tho whole ettnbliMimcii Hollered for
sale, and will he dipos d of as an en.
tlrcty, oll'eiing a I ivotal li opportunity
to any one disiO'.Ld tn r twr Into this
business. The S ills f r denning and
hulling aie of th mos i .ipioved pat
tern, wlili a Corliss Kng ne of 100 hor-o
power, built in 18S'l, vvi "i ill tho latest
ininioveineiits; al-o, a .u.ierior Holler
and till Machinery neccs-ry for clean.
Ing Kite ready foi im ueillato use.
The hind upon which 'lie structure Is
erected is held by lease, i cplring July
1, 1887, wlih tho privilege of .1 years' ex
tension upon veiy favc.ralilo icrms, ot
thu Mills and Maehlnerv can he icmov.
ed if so desired. For" further parti,
culais, apply to
j t. wa'i :khousk,
Honolulu, or to
S. L. Joni:s it Co , San l'i iiicisro. fi8
A first-class Baker's and Family Flour.
Full SALi: BY
CASTLE & COOKE.
.A. X'AV CnsltH of
Full Stole Goal,
just reecivul, e hurl. Lov spring.
Departure Bay and
For sale in iptnnt. li s to suit.
N. IJ. When iderin , oil ask if you
get 2 000 or 2,2 f lb-, t -t Ton. Wo sell
long Tons. (54 lm) V I, DKK & CO.
Notico of ImIU rs
ALL persons in-o her I v
Letters Pa nut w i
Issued by tho
KUXNKY of II niolul
of Decenibci, a.) 1885 f
meat in lirnke, j.Ig am
and that said 1 otteis I
n the 10th day
r an Improve,
ilent were as.
signed by the st J Jmi
Kenncy to llio
IbiMiillun Canla 'oMa u aalurliigCoiu.
puny on llie 22m day t Heemiher, A.D.
1885, nliciuforu Utc riu t Hawaiian Car.
ilago Mauttfncti hub 'i mpaiiy heieby
Mirns nil putoti i npi it Infringing on
tlio said I ctters Patent
HAW'N OAK HAGV. MANF'G Co.
Honolulu, Dec. , lS.'l-. 203 tf
nml a h-ilf.nnd tl
hi rttidpid to
liands kt.pl m cot
u tli 1
NOTICE is hereby given that, by
order of Alexander J. Carlwrlchl,
Sr. Ihu Excouloi and Trustee of tho List
will nnd testnment of Emmn Kalcleona
)fttil,derense(l, and undor license of the
Supreme Couit, we are authorized to sell
at Public Auction, at our salesroom, on
Queen St., In the City of Honolulu,
the 2.3d day of March, 18S0,
At 12 o'clock iipoii nil tie right, title
anil Interest of the slid Kiiima ICnlclc
omilnui, of, In and to the following tie
1-Thc Ahupuna of WA1A1I V 1, situate
In Konn, Island of Hawaii, and con.
tabling nil aie i of 27!t acres, mid be.
big more particularly described in
Iloval Patent 1030.
2 The land known as KOI.OAICIU,
situate in Waiplo, District of Hama
kun, Island ol Iliwail, containing an
atea of !!(i (0 100 aero, and being
Apana a of Royal Patent 1CC5, Lnnd
Comnilsslou Award 8315 B.
8-The 1 Hid situitc at ICULAIIUHU,
L-ihnlua, Maui, containing an area of
I 11)81210 acre, and described in
It'vyal Patent Grant 182
-Tln Ahunuaaof ITI.AINO.sltuatc In
he Iii-iiii't of ICoalau, Island of
.Maui, and tieing the same as appears
ny uoyai rnunt uv;a7, i.auu tonus,
sfott Award 8M H. Aic.i unknown.
'i That ccitaln piece of kind situate tit
IM'IWA, Honolulu. O.ilui. and cou
labigan aiea of iVi-loo of an aeie,
and being nunc pjiilcnlulvdceilbeil
hi Itovnl Patent (iriul 2)00.
liTltaf eeitiiln kind siiu.ite at KAHU
11 I. Komi, Hawaii, coutabiiug an
itieaof 1 '.MOncies. and moie parti
cularly described in Itovnl Patent
(12" A. Land Commission Awaid
7 Those two certain piece of land Itu.
ate at PUAKO. Liihalna, Maul, and
containing an aiea together of Ij.j
acres, and helm; Apanas I and 5 of
Jtoval Patent (1777, Laud Commission
8 That teitalu laud situate at PUEHIT
Kill', Lahalu.i.Maiii, and eontahilng
an aic.i of 2:1 peiclics and being de
sciibed In Kojal Patent 1707, Laud
Commission Aw aid (!S7'.
0 The Ahupuna of KAIll'Ll'I, situate
In ICona, Island of Hawaii, and being
Ap.iua2 of lioy.il Patent KJfili, Land
Commisshin Award b.'iKI It, Aic.i uu-
10 The Aluipuaii of KAI.AMA, situate
In ICona, Island of Hawaii, ami being
Ap.ina 2 of Royal Patent ItiiiU, Land
Con"iilsslon Award 851i II, Aiea un
known. 11 The Ahupiia-i of PAHOHHOE situ
ate In Koua, Ialaud of Hawaii, ami
being the same as dcscilbcd in Land
Commission Avv.ud .S."li) It. Area un
12 The Ahupuna of WAIAKA 1, situate
at Walme.i. District of South Kohala,
Island of Hawaii, and being Apana 1
of Itojal Patent liiiRi, Land Coifimls
slon Awaid Hfllii It. Ale.1, iltiknovvu.
1!J Tli.it ceitnln pltco of laud situate
in PAICALA, I.nhaina, .Maui, ami con
taining an area of 1 acre 22 perches
and being descilbed In Royal Patent
187(!,Lniiil Commission Awaid 831!) It.
14 That certain piece of I.i-id situate in
PAICALA, I.ahaii'si, Maul, containing
an area of 118-100 of nu acre, and dc
sctlbed In Royal Patent ll'JO. Land
Commission Awaid 10 In".
Lahaina, Maul, containing an aic.i of
71! acres, and de-c-liicd In Koyal
Patent 1112, Land Commission Awaid
1C That eeiuin land situate In MA
KILA, L'llialun, Maul, containing an
ate.iof 1 Rood ltl.Roils, and described
In Royal Patent :i.:i", Land Commis
sion Award 10127.
17 The Ahupuna of MAl'XALLI sllu
nte on this 1st titd of Lnual, and con
taining .in area ot:ill2 IIH-lOO acres,
and being the -ww as described In
Royal Patent Ii775, Land Commission
Aw mil s.r.i ji.
18 That cet tain piece of kind with the
buildings theieon, .situate on Hotel
Street, ill the City of Honolulu, Island
of O.iliu, ami known as KCOI1A, con
tabling an aiea of S.I Intimitis and II,
feet, and deseilbed lit Royal Patent
lb!. Land Commission Award 118 It.
l!l That cet tain piece of land with the
buildings tbeieoit situate on Queen
Street, In .iltl Honolulu, containing
an urea of CI 50 000 of an acre, mid
being Apan.i 1 of Royal Patent 0778,
Laud Comuilion Awaid 8515 and
20 That certain piece of land with the
buildings, theieon, situate on said
Queen htieet containing an area of
ii-10 of an.iere. ami being dc-ciHied lit
Koynl Patent lintiii, Land Commission
Awaid CI2S 11.
For fin titer pattlculars apply to
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
Or to A. J. CARTWRIOHT, SR.,
Lxecutor and Trustee.
Till 15 lues-thurs-sat
Election ol Oniccr.s.
AT the Annual Meeting of tho C.
Hrov-cr Company held this day,
the following gentlimen were elected
for tho cumiIiii' vim :
Mil. P. C.Jonis....
Mil. P. C JoMs....
Mil. J. O. Caiuuu..
Mil. .1.0. Caiih-.u
Coi,. W. 1 Almin
Directors lion. Chas.
MiS3rs. Snui'l C. Allen
JOSEPH O. OAUTJSH,
See'y C. llroer & Company,
tilti, Fob. I, 188 J. 41 1 in
ElocUon of Oilicui'H.
AT tho Annual Meeting of the Ha
waiian Agrlculiuinl Company
held on the 21 it .Iniiiutry the following
otllcers were electul to tiervo for tho eur.
Hon. Ciiah. It. Ilianop President
Jilt. Ham'i. O. AU.I.N Vine.Presidcnt
Mu. P. C. Jo.sr.s Ticasurer
Mil. Josui'ii (. Hautick Secretary
Mn. Tom May Auditor
Diicctora Hon. O. J . Bishop, Mr.S.
O.Allen nnd Mr. P. Clones
J. O. CARTER,
Sec'y Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 13iU. 821m
I ( no
IiLW'IS & 0J
IMPOHTEF i A; 0 DEALERS IN
Si-nple and "Jmuiy Groceries,
OT" nnd Hotol Htroot,
F e a G( j 1 1 routlnually ou tlio wu) A Ice assortment of Biscuits just received.
0 Goods dellvetcd to Valk kl Tuesdays and Frldajs,
MjVB l iii tmmm w nMwr a
P.O. BOX 3'B.
JOS. E. VISEMAN,
(eneral Bi.siness Agent.
C impljell Blooli,
E 1.1 Esti ti Agent,
Emnlo-. ii out Agent,
lld i- i Steamship Agent,
Gnil Builington Itaihoad eut
CAMI'Ul XJ1JH BLOCK,
CorLvOr of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Hns just opened out a In ge and carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Citstoni-Mndo C ithlr-,(and lints and Caps
Ii all llie Latrl Ms ui Patterns.
,"Sf" foular attention urn1 d to nu elegant lino of Gent's Ncckwenr.
liiffii ITT1,! 8 Kaaliumanu Street
Qrenite, Iror.. and Tin Ware !
( Hiandeliers, J tamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
mPOING, r.TKf, COPPER ADTD
iB-i SHEET IRON WORK.
i'A IS. GASCOYNE,
?Jin1iV uullt Clonic
J ircsH Iiilf v,
Co a- r of Alnkcn it King Stw
iri.ath v. s Cleaned and L" fed.
"BBS A. I. BURii,
u 4 Adam B.nno.
Hats !). d mid pie-sed,
rentl -t nlenntd nnd curled,
Tntl stiawsiicwid In all the latest
Leson ghen in thtrty.tl M- W of
l.u ny i k, with drawing mid pul .tiny
Or'dn Mken for all kindi of oi thiol
i y, -
'lonor I business & Purchasing p. ltd.
Ayv 3 '. faithful atten'ioa. wl be
giM-it for the
Pui j ase ot Merchant- so
ir llo ,.
It h i
tin for tint resident f th
nl Inlands of this giouj L1"
A SMALL Hlnelc m 1 Tan
I 1)00, wlthn lltllo HUM
end of Piil.am'v.-ersi nam
''.raof PET. A fair ward
Ivcu upon return of t me to
v. ii Ti
tl.Id Of. C
wmm p i
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom Honno Broker,
Mnnagcr Ilawnilnii Opeia Hoiih',
Fire and Life ItiMir.wcijAeout.
FINE lot of Cornl Stone for build.
. liur: will be sold eheim. In quan.
titles to biiit. Apiily to
C8 1w FftEO HAUR1SON.
Annual II tiding Notice.
rpiIK Annual MeetliiK of the Stock.
JL holders ot thu People's ho and
Refrigerating Co , Limltid, will lie held
on the 2nd provltno, at their oll'ce on
Fort Street. J. LNA.
Scc'y P. I. &. It. Co.
Honolulu, Fob. 12, 13M). 83 lw
Will bo open every alterncon nnd even,
ing as follows:
tluynnit Nutiii-ilnj-KveitlnuN. t j
To the public In general.
For ladies mid gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen nnd children.
Filday and Saturday Evenings; also, at
the Tuchdny Mntlnce.
Feb, 27 Candle Race for Prize,
March 5 Potato Raco for Prize,
" 6-Slow " ' "
" 12-Candy Party,
" 13-Oranpfo Raco for Prino.
THOS. E. WALL, Manager.
xeicpnono tnu, j
l'oscite Skating niiit,