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TUESDAY, MAUCII 2. 188C.
OOT.AN'IU 8. S. CO.
Oco. W. Khlcr, from San Franelco
Fell. 27th. due March "Hi.
Mararoa, from the Colonics for San
FrnncUeo, March 111.
Mariposa, from San Francl-co for thu
Colonics, .Match '.!.
Zealandlu. from Sydney for San Frau
eleo, Mar. 10.
Australia, from San I'rnneheo for Colo
nic, .Mar. III.
Schr I.cahl from Hiinalel
Schr Huh Hoy from Ifoolan
Schr Kawallanl from Koolan
Mm eh 2
Bktno.tohn Sinllh for San FraneUeo
Schr Wiillolo for Mallko
Schr Khiikai for Wnlalua
Stinr.las Miikcc for ICapaa
Stmr Llkollki' for Kuhuliil
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bktue WH Dhnoiid for San Francisco
Schr Lentil for Ilaiialcl
Schr Kawallanl for Koolnu
Schr llalcakala for I'epeekeo
Schr Wnlnll for Mallko
Schr Nettle Merrill for I.ahalna
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Majftlc, Herman
Jtk Fore-t Queen, Winding
Ilk Sumatra. Ol-i'ii
Brig Alllo Howe, l'hllllp
Ilktnu .lohn Woree-ter, Kltt'-ehen
llktno John Smith, Kn-lel
Ilktnu V II Dhnoiid. llotidlelt
llktne Mary Wlnkleinan. llackus
llijtiiu Couitney Ford, Miller
Bgtne G 0 1'erklin, Ackerman
Tern Kva, Wlkii'iin
Ilk 0 O Whltinore, Thompson
Tern Lottie Falrllehl, Illngay
For ICaual anil Nllhaii, per steamer
lwalanl, March t Judge G X Wilcox,
V Knudson. Ml-cs I and M KnuiNon,
Mrs W YV Hall and mid. Mr .Geo 11
Hobcrtson and family, V T Monsarrat,
1'uanlanl, and 70 deck.
Schr Leahl brought i;00 hags of sugar.
She sails to-morrow for llanalel wltu
i0 tons of coal. and 8,001) ft of lumber.
Schr Jennie Walker will will for the
pouth about Thur-day.
The Forest Queen will sail for San
Francisco on Thur.-ilay or Friday next.
Schr Kawallanl brought ."i(i." bags of
rice and ,-ugar.
The whalers Ohio, Wanderer, Helen
3Inr, Mary & Susan. Kurnpii and others
are expected here dull v.
The schr Lottie Falrlleld, Capt Illngay,
that arrived here yesterday -in days
from Hongkong brought u general
cargo and '.'." Ghlne-e paengers. Shu
is consigned to Wing Wo Chan & Co.
The Hope and Kllkltat are supposed
to have sailed from Fort Tnwiiend for
this port a week later than the U O
The whaler J A Jlowland was hove to
off port yesterday. She sailed this
in an i lug for n short cruNe and will re
turn about Saturday.
The bktuo John Smith wants 30 or 00
tons more of being completely loaded.
, Her tlmu of sailing has been postponed
until Wednesday or Thursday next.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEVS.
Thk A. L. of II. luiH a notice in
Mu.S. F. Graham ndveitisos u dray
horse for sale.
Tin: "Friend" is out for March, a
very good number.
Tin: Y. M. A. class is again oil',
Mr. Yarndloy being still ailing.
Tiik Hawaiian Agricultural Com
pany announces u dividend of two
dollars a share.
Tin: schooner Lottie Fairfield
brought 25 Chineso passengers from
Tin: Intermediary Couit opens to
morrow at ten o'clock, to hear un
finished appeal eases.
A .mi:i:ti.v(! of tho Married Men's
baseball club will bo held to-moriow
noon ut tho Chamber of Commerce.
Tni; lmrkenlino W. II. Diniond is
announced to sail for San Francisco
on or about to-morrow, and will take
Tiik "Gazette" loports that Mr.
Harry Swinton has resigned the
Buporintendeney of tho Lunalilo
Home, Mr. Deverill being appointed
in his stead.
Tiik Chief .Justice yesterday
snithorized Col. W. F. Allen, as re
ceiver of tho liana plantation on
Maui, to expend .f.r),000 in necessary
Tho Kinaii will bo lowered from tho
IMnrino Hallway to-morrow ovonint,',
nnd will sail Thursday noon. JU
lurniiie; Saturday morning, sho will
ail again on Monday for tho Volcano.
JIkhsiib. II any Armitugu and Theo.
Scvcrin have left tho employ of Mr.
.1. Williams, photographer. Tho
foimer is collecting for Mr. l'ajio,
while Mr. Koverin is viewing tho
Tin: Hoaid of Kdiicntinii yesterday
accepted the resignation of Mr. Wal
ter Hill, as .Superintondont of tho
Jteforuiatorv School, and api)iuted
Capt. G. K. (J. Jackson, foriiioily of
the Hrititth navy, to tho position.
Tin:' naiiio of Mr. -. K. Myers as
agent of tho now Hteam laundry is an
iissuraiico that tho business will bo
frtUlidilly mv oiionrntteiiUy conduct'
tni It is expected Unit the wi ks
will begin operation about tho L-.h
John DeGravcH has withdrawn his
appeal to tho Supreme Court against
his senteneo for having opium in
possession, inllielcd by the Police
Couit and confirmed by tho Inter
mediary Court. Tho penalty imposed
on him is a lino of $200 and Unity
days' imprisonment at hard labor.
A mki:tino of spoitsinen was held
at tho Hawaiian Hotel lust evening,
to take into consideration ways and
means for celebrating Ivnmchamcha
Day, June lltli, at ICapiolani I'urk.
It was decided to have the usual
midsummer tuif meeting on that
occasion extend over two days, Friday
and Satuniay, the I lth and I2tli.
The promoters of the meeting are
sanguine of having the grandest
"eiies of races ever held here. Some
very superior stock will be forth
coming at the time, and nothing will
be left undone to ensuiu complete
For the month of Feb., 188(5:
The total number of deaths reported
for the mouth of February was 4S,
distributed as follows:
Under 1 year... . i
Fiom 1 to 5 II
Fiom ."i to 10.... 0
Fiom 10 to 20... -'
Fiom IMtoilO... '
From 130 to 40..
Fiom 10 toiO.,
From 50 to 00. ,
From 00 to 70. .
i Curat llrltalu...
t'Aitsr. ok nn.vrii:
Disease of brain. 2
DKeaso of Heart. I
Disease of Luiigs 1
Obea'-e of Liver. 1
COMl'AItATIVi: MONTHLY MOHTAMTY
Feb. 18P2 IIS Feb.
Feb. 1SSI1 48 Feb.
Feb. 18S-I fill
Annual death rate per 1000 for month
MUKNS IN Tin: SCHOOLS.
Foit Street School 111:2. . .
Jtoval School 280
Pohukalua School OS
St. Aldan's College 57
St. Louis' Collego II9S
Preparatory School 98....
J. II. Buow.v,
Agent Hoard of Health.
BRAVE LITTLE GIRLS.
The almost dailj record of the
unlawful entry of dwellings, etc.,
with results more or less unsatis
factory to the unfortunate owners
and tax-payers would be incomplete
without adding an incident that
occurred on Monday last in Nuuanu
Valley. A little girl, not quite
twelve, being left in sole charge of
the house during the absence of her
parents, and of brothers and sisters,
asked a girl of nine years from a
neighboring family to keep her com
pany. Tho two, after a little time
spent in pluy, noticed the entry into
the yard of a strange man, and
having some knowledge of the fre
quent burglaries of late, watched
the man breathlessly while he walked
in and around a cottage in the yard.
The little girls gathered as quickly
as possible what jewelry they could,
and secreting it adjourned to the
parlor, where they began singing
hymns. Plucky girls, and none the
less the younger one who stayed
with her friend instead of scamper
SUPREME COURT 1H CHAMBERS.
Tl'ksuay, March 2nd.
Uofoio.Iiidd, C. J. In the estate
of Charles Ilrcwer, late of Boston,
Mass., deceased, the Court hoard
the application of tho heirs, by P.
C. Jones, their attorney in fact,
praying that tho will of said deceased
bo admitted to probate in tills King
dom. The Court examined the
exemplifications filed, which were
in due form, and then took the mat
ter into consideration. P. M. Hatch
In the estate of II. E. Underwood,
late of Honolulu, deceased, the
Court heard the application of Mrs.
, Catherine E. Underwood, tho widow,
now residing in han hraneisco, Lai.,
by George Lucas, her attorney in
fact, and, upon proofs being ad
duced of the intestacy of the de
ceased, appointed George Lucas as
administrator under a bond of
HILO DISTRICT PLANTERS.
Tho annual meeting of Hilo Dis
trict planters was held at llakalau
on Fehruary 2Urtl. John A. Scott,
of Wuiimkii, was re-elected Presi
dent, and C. C. Kennedy was elected
Secretary and Treasurer. It was
decided that each plantation test its
juice, and compare notes at next
meeting, if possible. A committeo
was appointed to get up a formula.
Much was said in favor of the
Japanese. The Japanese Commis
sioner for the district was highly
spoken of, as lie had helped tho
I wrn ,,-
MM.. i itnm .Tnnn.
VJ.W I1VIT VH'"
noso iii)'Bieinii, lately ifiivcn, win
will also be of great bonollt, If
lie nets in as much harmony with
Uio planters as the commissioner
ilocs. Tho next meeting will be held
at Latipaliochoo. John Litigate will
give an address on a special subject.
J NO. A. PALMKH Inw removed his
No. 77 FORT STREET,
In the buIMliiL' formcrlv occupied by
S. Hoih. Oillw
HAS removed his ofllcc o 135 FOHT,
near Chnplniu Street. Olllco
hours: 8 to 10 a.m , 2 to 4 i .m., and 0:110
lo 8 P.M. Telephone Oniee, No. .11;
Hc&ldciice, No. 1110. ItiO lw
DHAWING AND PAINTING:
water colcrs and oils: perspective,
etc. K.C. UAIINFIELU,
GO lm No. 1 Kukiil Street.
AN INVOICE OF
For Side at very low latcs by
TO THE PUBLIC.
flu Pacific Transfer Co.,
Olllco with C. K. Miller,
13 Merchant Street,
Bell Tel., 377, Mutual Tel., 391.
I nm fully pieparcd to do all kinds of
ilrnynpc, hauling or moving work, all of
wlilfh I will iruaraiitee to execute faith,
G2 ly S. F. GRAHAM, Prop'r.
SUrjtttm-: COUllT of the Ha
waiian Islands. In tho matter of
the Bankruptcy of LUIZ HODHIGO.
llefoic Chief Justice .ludd.
Lulz Hodrigo, doing business In Ho.
uolulii, Island of Oahu, having been
adjudicated bankrupt on the petition of
Uciijamin Hempstead, it Is hereby or
dcred that all creditors of s'lid bankrupt
come hi and prove their claims before
me, at my Chambers, in Honolulu, on
Thursday, March 4, 1886,
At 10 o'clock a. in.
It is further ordeied th it, upon said
day, the creditors proceed to hold
thu ELECTION of an n'slpnco or as
signees of said bankrupt c-tntc, and that
notice hereof be published in the
Daily Bum.utin three lii.ios previous to
Dated Honolulu, Feb. 27, 18S5.
A. F. .JUDD,
Chief Jus.ice Hup.-cmo Court.
Attest: Hknky Smith,
Deputy Clerk. 201 3t
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purcl:asingAgcnt.
a Hait St., Moiolii.
My most faithful atten'ionj will be
given for tlu
Purchase ot Merchandise
pi llouolulu for tne rosldcntB of tho
ill) several Islands of this group, ly
JA SMALL HI
flWr DOM, with a
l-l'rV end nf mil, am
--i5'of PET. A
Black and Tan
little turn at
nswers to name
will be given
icitini of fciune to
Yosnite Skating llink,
Will bo open every alternooa and evin.
ing as follows:
ilny ami Nulmdiiy KveniiiKH.
To the public in general.
For hullcs and gentlemen.
For ladlcR, gentlemen aniPchlldren.
Friday and Saturday Kieningsj also, at
tho Tuesday Mi.tlnee.
March 5 Potato Race for Prize,
" 12-Candy Party,
" 13 Orange Racj for Prize.
TIJOS. li. WALL, Malinger.
Sun Francisco, Cal.
IN consequence of tho dentil of the
owner of thin well-known properly,
tho whole establishment is altered for
sale, and will bo dhposcd of as an en.
tlrety, ollcrlng u favorable opportunity
to nny one disposed to enter Into this
business. The Mills for clenning and
hulling are of the mo9t npproveu pat
tern, wiih a Corliss Engine of 100-horfe
power, built In 188il, with all the latest
improvements; also, u superior Boiler
and all Meclnnery necessary for clean.
Ing Kicc ready for immediate use.
The land upon which tho structure Is
.erected Is held by lease, expiring .July
j, ma i, wiui ine privilege oi u years' ex
tension upon very favorable terms, or
tho Mills mid Machinery on be rcmov.
ed if d desired. For fuitner parti,
ctilnrs, apply to
Honolulu, or to
S. L. Jo.nus & Co., San Francisco. 58
Executor's & Trustee's Sale
NOTICE is hereby given that, by
order of Alexander J. Cnrlwrlght,
Sr., tho Executor and Trustee of tho last
will and testament of Emma Kaleleoua
Inui, deceased, and under license of the
Hup rente Couit, we are authorized to nell
at Public Auction, at our salesroom, on
(Jueen St., In the City of Honolulu,
the Slid day of March, 1880,
At 12 o'clock noon, all the right, title
and interest of tho slid Emma Kalcle.
onalanl, of, In and to the following dc
1 Tho Ahupuaa of WAIAIIA 1, sltuato
in Kona, Island of Hawaii, and con.
tabling an area of 'J7HJ acres, and be
ing more particularly described in
Iloyal Patent lUuO.
2 The land known as KOLOAK1U,
situate In Waipio, District of Mama
kua, Island of Hawaii, containing an
area of ill! (0-100 acres, and being
Apana 0 of Hoyal Patent 1CU5, Land
Commission Award 8.1 Ifi U.
a The land sit mil o at KULAIIUHU,
Lnliaina, Maui, containing an area of
I -H;8 1J10 acres, and described in
ltoval Patent Grant -182
1 The Ahupuaa of ULA1NO, situate In
iht! District of Koolan, Island of
Maul, and being tho same as appears
by"Koyal Patent 22J7, I.nnd Coims.
sinn Award 8518 H. Area uiiknown.
fi That certain piece of land situate at
PU1WA, Honolulu, Oahu, and con
tain;; an area of oG-lUO of an acre,
and being moro particularly dc.-crlbeil
In Iloyal Patent Grant 2100.
(5 That certain land .situate at ICAHU
LUI, Kona, Hawaii, containing an
area of 1 !-10 acres, and more jiaitl
eularly described In Itoyal Patent
11277 A, Land Commission Award
7 Tlio-o two certain pieces of land situ,
ate at PUAKO, Lnliaina, Maul, and
containing an area together of y.
acres, and being Apanas -t and fl of
ltoval Patent 0777, Land Commission
8 That certain land situate at PUEIIP
EHU, Lahalna, Maul, and containing
an area of 2;l perches and being de
scribed In Itoyal Patent 1707, Land
Coimnlsflnii Award 087",.
0 The Ahupuaa of KA1IULUI, situate
lu Kona, Island of Hawaii, and being
Apana 2 of Iloyal Patent ItiO'.), Land
Commi.tMloii Award g.'iHI II, Aid mi
kuown. 10 The Ahupuaa of KALAMA, situate
In Kona, Island of Hawaii, and being
Apana 2 of Itoyal Patent ICC.!), Land
Commission Award 831 (! U, Area un
known. 11 The Ahupuaa of I'AHOEHOE situ
ate in Kona, Island of Hawaii, and
being the same as described In Laud
Commission Award 831!) 15. Area un
known. 12 The Ahupuaa of WAIAKA 1, situate
atWalmea. D.stiictof South Kobala,
Island of Hawaii, and being Apana 1
of Hoyal Patent ICii'.i, Land Commis
sion Award 8511! II. Area unknown.
Ill That certain piece of land sltuato
In PAKALA, Lahaina,Mnul. and con
taining an area of 1 acre 22 perches
and being descilbed in Hoyal Patent
1S(i,Laud Coinml. slon Award 831!) 15.
11 That certain piece of laud situate in
PAKALA, I.ahalna, Maul, containing
an men of :I8-100 of an acre, and de
scilbed In Itoyal Patent llliii. Land
Commission Award 10I27.
Lahalna, Maui, containing an area of
7?.i acres, and described in Jtoynl
Patent 1112, Laud Commission Award
10 That certain laud situate In MA
KILA, Lahalna, Maul, containing an
mcaof I Pood lOJJods, and described
lu Itoyal Patent :).":I7, Land Commis
sion Award 10127.
17 The Ahupuaa of MAl'XALKI sltu
ato on tho Inland ot Laual, and con
taining an area of 11112 IIS-100 acres,
and helm! the same as described in
Itoyal Patent 'i7"ii, Land Commission
Award H5I!) 15.
18 That certain piece of land with tho
buildings thereon, situate on Hotel
Street, ill the City of Honolulu, bland
of Oahu, and known as Kl'OHA, con
tabling an area of 8:5 fathoms and H!
feet, and described lu Itoyal Patent
111!. Land Commission Award 118 11.
10 That certain piece of land with tho
buildings thereon sltuato on Queen
Street, In said Honolulu, containing
an area of 0150000 of an acre, and
being Apana 1 of itoyal Patent 0778.
Land Commission Award 8315 and
20 That certain piece of land with tho
buildings thereon, situate on said
Queen Street containing an area of
:M0 of anaere, and being described In
Jtoynl Patent U50(i, Laud Commission
Award 0I2S II.
For further paitlculars apply to
E, V, ADAMS & Co.,
Or to A. .1, CAItTYVlUGHT, SU.,
Kxecutor and Trustee
00 15 ' tues-thurs'sat
On or about March 15, 1885,
Z. K. EVSEYERS, Agent.
P. O. Uox 297.
LEWIS &o CO., GROCERS,
IMPOUTEltS AXI) DEALERS IN
Staple unci JJ'aiicy Groceries,
or and OO Hotel Street,
Frc.'h Goods continually on the way. A nice assortment of Biscuits just received.
CO Goods delivered to Walkiki Tuesdays and Frldnys.
P.O. BOX 315.
Heal Estate Agent,
AVIIdei's Steamship Agent,
Great Uurl'iigton Ballto.id Agent
Cor;aer of Fort & Merchant Streets,
lias just opened out a large and carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Custom-Made Clntltingjand Hats and Caps
lit all tki Lalest Styles ail Patterns. -
f3T I'aiticuhir attention is called to an elegant line of Gent's Ncckwoar.
JO! ITT, 1. 8 ftataDun Street.
Granite, iron and . Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
A. I BURKE,
I AlniiiH I. line.
Iliitsjlycf and preyed,
Feather cleaned and curled,
Natlvu Htitiwb tewed in ull the latest
shapes, . , , , ,
LcikO'is given In thlrty.bix kind of
fancy work, with drawing wild palnt'u g
Order I'.kcu for oil kinds of cmhol
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom House Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Onein House.
Fire and Life Insurance Agent.
TIN, COPPER AND
ITuMliiouultlc: Clonic uiul
Corner of Alakca & King Sts.