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WEDNESDAY, MAKCII IT 188G.
OCT.ANIO S. S. CO.
Geo. Elder, fiom San I'
I'ob. 27lli. duo March 7tli.
Mnrnron, from the Colonlos
KraneUco. March 1:1.
.Mmlposi. from San PriiiicUc
Colonic. March t!i.
Xcuhitidla. from Sydney for Sun Fiun
clseu, Mar. in.
Australia, from San Francisco for Colo
nic, .Mar. i:t.
Hi It ship Stlrllnghlre fiom Liverpool
Sehr Wnleliii from ICaual
Stmr Leliuu from llumnktiu
Sehr Luku fiom Kuholult'li1
StmrC It BWImp fiom llumalii.i
Sclif Maty Ko'lrr from Wulanai'
BMue W II Dhnond for Kan I'ranelco
Sehr Loahl for Hauuh'l
Sehr Hawaiian! for ICoolan
Sulir Hiilcakula for Pepeokeo
Sehr Alary Poster for YVahuiao
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kltiiiu for Windward Volts
llktiio.lolni Smith for .San KruncUeo
Sehr Jennie Walker for S S Islands
Sehr Wulehii for Kanal
Ilk Koiet Queen for San KrancNeo
Sehr Nettle Merrill for Luhuiiia
For Walanae and Kapaa, per steamer
Jas Makee, Mar 2 Col V. S Spabllug,
Hon 11 A Wldemanii and family, Mr
Kamos, .1 S Allen, Mrs .1 II Weight, and
For l.ahalna and K'ahulul. per stmr
l.lkellke, Maicb 2 11 Law, K Dow-ott,
II X Landfoid. Mrs Alexander and
child. X Tanaka. M Loiil-on, K A
Blelenberg, 1 X Makee, Air Marshall.
K W Mover, Kov S K JlNhup and about
From Ilamakua, per tmr l.chua. Mai
:i It A Lyman, wife and 2 children,
Fiom Ilamakua, per stmr C It Bishop,
Maril C Conradt, May Smith,
noe, and 110 deck.
For San FraucUco, per bktne
Dhnond, Alar :i Frank Darling
sons, and W Woon.
Stmr Klnau sails to-morrow at noon.
Stmr Iwalaul Is duo to-moirow from
Kauai and Xllbaii.
Sehr Alary Foster arrived this morn
ing with 1,700 bags of sugar from Wal
anae. She sailed again at noon to get
Sehr Liika brought 2,100 bags of sugar
from Ifoholulclo tills morning.
Stmr J.chua arrived this morning
from Ilamakua with 2,1)10 bags of sugar.
The brig Coiutney Fold Is docked
near the 1' Af S S wharf.
The bark Sumatia has Mulshed dis
charging and is taking in ballast. She
will sail about Satin day for Puget Sound
The Majestic will probably finish dis
StinrO It BMiop nrilved this morn
ing from Ham.ikua with y,009 bags of
sugar. The captain reports the wind
blowing like "Old Harry" from tlic
east, the rain coming down In torrents
and a heavy sea running.
Sehr Luka lost her top-must on her
The W II Dlinoml sailed this noon for
San Francisco with 11.7011 bags of sugar,
21 casks of sperm oil, and 100 bunches
of bananas. Value domestic produce,
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
11koui.au monthly meeting of the
llilles this evening.
Mit. J. Williams is photographing
all tho schools in classes.
Tub fish-market is being fitted with
new stnnds and ilooring.
Six months' hard labor for n
stealer fills a long-felt want.
Kev. George Wallaco will conduct
herviccs at St. Andrew's Cathedral
E. P. Adams & Co. hold a cash salo
at 10 o'clock to-moriow, offering a
largo variety of in tides.
IIiiavv lains at lliiinakua and
strong X. E. winds in tho channol
aro reported by the I.ohua.
Tjii: 21 casks of sperm oil landed
hero by tho whaler Abraham Parker,
sovorai days ago, are valued at$l,71!t.
A wr.i.i.-KNOWN piineo thieatencd
tho editor of tlio " Pros," in tho olbce
of that paper, twice yestoiday with a
No sugar could bo taken by tho
steamer Lehun at Iviikaiau on ac
count of tho indisposition of tlio
donkey engine at that place.
The Opera llouso box plan for tho
performance of the Alerry Alakeis on
ftitiudny evening will open at Air.
Wiseman's olllco at 9 o'clock to
Tun Hoy's Branch of the Y. AI. C.
A. will meet Thursday at !1 p. in.
A full iittcmhtuco is ieiict.ted to
complete arrangements for the Fri
day uvoning enteitaiiiinoiit.
Tin: King is going to llookena,
Hawaii, by tho steamer W. (1. Hall
next Tuesday. Ho will bo accom
panied by tho hand, that goes to tako
imrt in a .Sunday school demonstra
tion at tho KUiuo place.
Whim: His Alnjesty was driving in
his carriage this noon tlio horso
stumbled in fiont of Hyan's boat
shop, but immediately regained
Jiiufcet. In tlio cqju-so of tin hour
or ao it was reported about town Hint
the King was thtown fiom the car
nage and hurt, which was untrue.
A i.iicTttm: pioparulory to thocmn
iininioii on Sunday next will lo
deliveied at the Ik'thol Union Chinch
prayer mooting, 7.W) o'clock this
evening. The standing rommitteo
will meet at seven o'clock to admit
thoo who may desiro to unito with
tlio chuieh by letter or on profession
of their faith.
A.v hour for experience and testi
mony will be given the people at
Port" Street Church this evening.
.Subject, "Jesus Christ iiu all-sutll-dent
and my peisonal Saviour." The
Annual Meeting and Sociable nn
uoiiiiced for to-inonow evening will
In; held next week, Thursday evening,
'I'nu "Press" is authority for the
statement that thieo riilllniu one a
Portuguese, the others' nationality
unknown attempted to rob a lady
on Hcretania street, near Thomas
upline, on Monday night. Their
dastaidly effort was foiled by the
timely appearance of a gentleman,
who used list and enne with such
ell'cct as to make them ictrcat.
All:. Cluulck Crcighton, son of Air.
It. .1. Cieighton, editor of tlio " Ad
vertiser," to-day submitted to Chief
lustico .ludd his diploma from the
Hastings Law College, University of
Califoriiiii, together with liis licenses
o practise in the courts of California,
ilis Honor thcieupon ordeied that u
license issue under date of Match !,
for Air. Cieighton to practise law in
(lie coin ts of this kingdom. In the
short time since his arrival in this
country, Air. Crcighton has produced
a very favorable iiupiessiou on those
who have had tlio pleasino of meet
ing him, and there is little doubt
i hat ho will bo u well-esteemed ac
quisition to the Hawaiian bar.
Tin: British ship Stirlingshire,
from Liverpool, via Aladeira, with
immigiiiuts, arrived oil' port last oven
inir. The ship is 112 days from tho
first named port and !)." days from
Madeira. She has ! 18 Portuguese
laboiers who will be landed lo-mnrrow
morning and in the afternoon entered
.i ttlio immigrants' depot, prepara
tory to being shipped to tlio planta
tions. Seventeen l'oituguese passen
gers whoso fates wete paid for rela
tives here, have ulso come by the
Stirlingsliiio to join their families.
Eight Scotch ctofters with three
dogs lu'ivo come by the ship for Air.
Ciib.-on's sheep ranch at Lunni. Five
deaths and seven births occurred on
board sinco- leaving Aladeira. Tho
Stiilingshirc is about 1,200 tons
burdcii,aud having considerable beam
draws but M feet water. She will be
towed into port this evening. She
has a clean bill of health. The Por
tuguese on board ato said to be about
tho best lot of laboiers ever landed
Vi:t)xr.sDAV, March 3rd.
Before Judge Preston. Kaoln vs.
M. Makee, wrongful impounding,
appeal from District Court, Ewa.
Judgment alllnncu. Kinney & Peter
son for defendant, appellant.
Another case between the same
parties, for similar cause, resulted
in judgment for defendant, appel
lant. Eichard Antonc vs. John Govea ;
S. M. Damon, garnishee. Assump
sit S100.15; appeal from Police
Court, Honolulu. Still on at recess.
Kinney & Peterson for plaintiff, ap
pellant; II. E. Avery for defend
ant. W. It. Buchanan has withdrawn
his appeal against judgment in Ho
nolulu Police Court in favor of II.
M. Dow, defendant in a suit of
covenant, damages 8200.
Tuesday, March 2nd.
Uwai, A. Rudolf and R. Rudolf,
malicious injury, hard labor 7 days
and costs S2.G5 each.
Nalialca, drunkenness, SC to com
mence at expiration of former sen
tence. David Ku, affray, S12.
Maria Miguel, charged with vio
lating express rule 21, SG.20.
Jas. Campbell vs. Uycno (k.)
and Tonic (w.), Japanese ; desert
ing contract service. Cecil Brown
for plaintiff, W. A. Whiting for
defendants j ordered to return to
employers, costs 82. CO each. Ap
Wi:i.st.3Iav, March !)rd.
Mariana and Kainoa, SO each for
Pohina, affray, for which Ku for
feited S12 bail on tho 2nd, pleaded
not guilty. Ho was convicted and
lined $5 with $b70 costs.
Cliec Loy was tried for stealing
Major Hills' fowls, of which an
other Chinaman was aciiuttted a few
days ago, on proving Hint he bought
tho property from Chco Loy. De
fendant was convicted and sentenced
to imprisonment at hard labor for
six months. Costs 81.30. In de
fense tho prisoner 'said ho bought
tlio fowls from two natives. lie
was allowed to go out with an olll
ccr, but without being ablo to find
tho peoplo ho said ho bought them
Shares at Auction
On TUESDAY, Mureli Oth,
at 12 m., at Salesrooms, i c will sell :
HIiuroH. lnr "Vnluo.
1 Star Mill Suear Co $500
0 Intcr-Island Steam Kav. Co... . 100
10 lliilnuii Sugar Co 100
M People's Ice and liefrii,. Co J00
n 1'aclllc iNavigauon vo iuo
CO Press Publlshine Co.
0 Wultncii Sugar Mill Co., Kauai.
0 Hiiw'ii Carriage Manf'g Co
G Waimiinalo Sugar Co
10 Mutual Telephone Co
CO l'aukan Sugar Co
The Stock will be transferred (and
must be paid for) on the day of sale.
We shall be pleased to Tccclve nihil
tlonal consignments of Slnrcs for ubovo
sale, which can bo hnndul m at any
time nrevious to Monday, March 8th.
tST Full Information as to values
will bo given by Hie Auctioneer, who Is
a member of the Honolulu Stock Board.
E. I ADAMS
0 j td
B" virtue of an O'dcr isbiicd out of
the Supremo Court o. the Hawaii
an Island", sitting as i curt In Ad
miralty, wherein certain j -oceedings in
Admiralty wreo .brought iy Frccth &
Peacock, plaintiffs ugal st the brig
Allio Howe, a deeno and order of sale
was made theretindtr by t e Honorable
Lawrcuco AlcCully, JiiVicc of the
Supreme Court, dated tl 21th day of
February, a.u. 183(1. comn Hiding me In
pursuance of said ilecree fell the said
brig Allio Howe, her bo: s tackle, ap
parel and furniture.
In obcdtcnic to said on jr I will sell
BUIGr "ALIjTE KOAVE,"
her levals, tackle, apparel
at public auction, tn the )
the 11th day of March, .i). 18S0, at
12 o'clock noiM,
At her moorings at Kinm''.' wlinrf, near
the Fish Market, If.nolul .
3?" Terms cash; dccih it expense of
.INO. II. SOPFU. Marshal.
Honolulu. Feb. 21. 1880 01 td
DIVIDEND of Two Dollars per
Share upon the lb waiian Agri
cultural Company's Sloe; is duo and
payable this day, Alarch t, 1880, at the
otllce of C. BHEV. EH & CO.,
03 at Queen Street.
Annual Meeting Notice.
THE Annual Alceting of the Stock,
holders of the luuvailoa Kanch
Co., will be held at the oiTlcc of Alessrs.
Ulshop & Co., THURSDAY, March 4,
1880, at 3 :!I0 o'clock p.m.
03 2t J. II. FISIIEP., Sec'y.
A FEW lino Building Lots on Bore
tan la Street. Apply to
M. D. AIOInSARRATT,
27 Aleichaiit Street. 52 lm
Dissolution of Co-partner
THE partnership heretofore existing
between A1AX ECKAUT anil
JOSEPH HUUASH, under tho lltm
name of the Hawaiian Jewel Alauufac
tory, is this day dlssohed by mutual
consent. The business v ill bo carried
on by Atr. AIAX EOKAHT, who will as
sume all the debts of biii-1 couceru, and
all bills due will bo paya'ilc to lilin.
04 2w AIAX EOKAHT.
MK. AIAX EOKAHT, Manufacturing
Jeweler, has removed to the store
formerly occupied by J. A. Palmer, next
door to Win. O. Irwin & Co.'s, Fort
Street. 01 2w
rpHE Residence lately occupied by
JL .Mr.J.T. Watcrhou .c, Jr., In Nuu.
mill Avenue. Would hi a very deslru.
bio llouso for a famllj Also, 2 Cot
tiiKes on School Stieet. For full part!
culars apply at J. T. YVA rEHIlOUSE'S
Queen Street Store. 54 2w
A OAR .
TT affords us creat til isuro to testify
JL that hc are ulglil
u illation Coin.
.... . . r
tho luter.lsland Strum i
lmny'h routo to the Vi 'cjiio.
levo it to bo tho best ai.i most convent
cnt, and have much pk-.suro in rccom
mending it to tlio notb j of Intending
tourists. Wo have lo ked over the
pamphlet written about this road, and
everything stated in the same fully cor
responds with tho rcalit . , without being
MEDOHEM OHAWFOUD, Oregon.
ABE BROWN, San 1 anclsco,
ABE L. ISHOWN, Sa Francisc.
Piuuiluu, Feb. 21, 18S0. 02 tf
rpiIK following Charts direct from the
X English Admiralty :
Paeillc Ocean: Pacltlu Ocean, S. W.
sheet; Pacllle Ocean, N. W. sheet j Pael
tlc Ocean, S. E. sheet; TacUlo Ocean,
X. E. sheet; Sandwich Islands; Fan
nlng's Island, Ciilbcrt Islands; Figl
Islands; New Coledonle Now Hebrides,
and Loyalty Ihles; Now Caledonia;
Nauinuulto Islands; Mi. -kcu.lu Island;
Anehoragcslu Solomon l.ilamls : Anchor
ages In Alarsludl Islands; North Pacific
Caroline Islands; Tiuk or lloyolu
Islands; Aiielteiim Island; Gilbert Isl
ands; Kill Islands; Yap Islaud; Caro
llno Island; Anelioiagus lu the New
Hebrides ; North Paclllu Afarshall Island ;
North Pacllle Caroline Island; S. W.
l'.iclllu Now Hebrides; Marshall Islands.
For sale by J. AI. OA I', .IK. &. CO..
25 Alcrchuut St.
Honolulu, H. I, 01 2w
rpilE undersigned begs to call tho at.
X tcntion of Planters ami others who
mav want to move a succession of light
loads for moderate distances to the sys
By which a nearly continuous stream of
sugar cane or other material may be
moved by means of electric motors
drawing 'buckets, baskets or other con
tainers along a stationary steel rod sus
pended on posts, the power being sup.
plied at u central statiou by means of a
steam euglne or water power working
on electric dynamo.
This system docs not profess to com
pete with tramways where the ground
is suitable for such it mode of convey
ance, but the circumstances under which
its advantages nrc apparent nre:
"Where the ground Is very rough, tin
uvcti or gulchy, or where the gradients
aro sleep, as It has no dllllculty In draw
ing a load up tin Incline of 1 in 10;
Where the spaco for a tramway can.
not well bo spared, or over swamps or
other ground Impracticable for tram,
It can be taken alum; the high road
with as much facility and with little
more obstruction to the trafllc than by a
line of telephone posts;
It has the advantages of the overhead
wire rope system without its disadvan
tages, as tliero Is not a long wire rope to
drag with its attcudunt friction ami loss
of power, whilst it can turn on sharp
The main line can bu moved to differ
ent positions at a moderate expense.
A line Is now working at Ubmlc In
For further particulars and cost, tip.
Agent for the Telpherage Coinpauy,
Limited, of Loudon; also, Ageul for
John Fowler & Co.'s Hallways and
btcam Plows, and Allrrlces, AVatson
& Co.'s Sugnr Alachlncry. 200 lm
SUPKKJIK G'OUKT of the Ha
waiian Islands. In the matter of
the Bankruptcy of LUIZ HODHIGO.
Before Chlei Justice Judd.
Lul. Hodrigo, doing business In Ho
nolulu, Island of Oahu, having been
adjudicated bankrupt on the petition of
Benj.imlu Hempstead, it Is hereby or
dered that all credltoisof said bankrupt
come lu and proe their claim1: before
me, at my Chambers, in Honolulu, on
Thursday, March 4, 188G,
At 10 o'clock a. m.
It Is further ordcted that, upon said
day, the crulitois pioceed to hold
the ELECTION of an assignee or as
signecM of said bankrupt estate, and that
notice hereof be published in the
Daily Bui.i.r.TiN three limes previous to
Dated Honolulu, Feb. 27, 1885.
A. F. JUDD,
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: Hknuy Smith,
Deputy Clerk. 201 Ut
San Francisco, Cal.
consequence of the death of the
owner of this well-known property,
tho whole establishment is ollered for
side, and will be disposed of as an en
tirety, offering a favorable opportunity
to any ono disposed to enter into this
business. The Mills for cleaning and
hulling aro of the most approved pat
tern, with a Corliss Engine of 100-hori-e
power, built in 1880, with all the latest
Improvements; also, a superior Boiler
and all Alaclnnery necessary for clean,
ing Klce ready for Immediate use.
The land upon which the structure! Is
erected Is held by lease, expiring July
1, 1887, with tho privilege of 5 years' ex
tension upon very favorablo terms, or
the AIills and Alachlncry can bo remov
ed if so desired. For further parti
culars, apply to
J. T. WATEIUIOUSE,
, Honolulu, or to
S. L. Jones & Co., San Fraucisco. C8
TN DHAWIXG AND PAINTING;
X wuter colers and oils; perspective,
No. 1 Kukiil Street.
In Drums, Invaluable for preserving
posts, railway tics, etc. A few drums,
to closu shipment ex Chilean, will bu
sold cheap. Also,
Liverpool Salt in Bags,
Rock Salt in Lumps,
At reduced rates. Special rates to plan.
tations, cattlemen and other largo
owners of Stock.
02 J HEP. II. DAV1ES & Co.
0. K. MILLER,
General Business & PurchaslnnJAgcnt.
42 Mercian St., Hnaelflla.
My most faithful atteullon will be
given for tho
Purchase ot Merchandise
jn' Honolulu for tlio residents of tho
:i!) several Iblands of this group. Iy
A SMALL Blnck and Tan
D.OO, with a little turn at
of PET. A fair rewind
will bo elven upon return of same to
I this ofllco, 58 tt
On or about March 15, 1885,
Z. K. MEYERS, Agent.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
IAII'OHTEHS AND DEALERS IN
Strtplo and Iiviiey Groeeries
OT' mill ! Hotel Street,
Fr "sli Gor 's continually ou the way. A nice assortment of Biscuits just received.
G0"j Goods delivered to Waikiki Tuesdays and Fridays.
General Business Agent,
R'al Estr'e gent,
ildi r'ii Steamship A cent.
Burlington Railroad Agent
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a largo and carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Custom-AIado Clothing.S.tnd Hats and Cops
In all tit Latest Styles ui Pattens.
Z3T Particular attention is called to on elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TEST, COPPER AND
SHEET IRON WORK.
SS A. M,
?lo. '1 AdaniM Lime.
Hats dyed nud pressed,
Feathers cleaned and curled,
Natlo stiaws sewed In all the latest
shapes, , , , . , ,
Lessons given In thlrty.slx kinds of
fancy work, with drawing nudpitlutln g
Order3 taken for all kinds oJ embroi-
Honolulu, 11. I.
Custom Houso Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Upera House,
Fire and Life Insurance Accnt.
I"uKiioiiulU: Clonic unci
Corner of Alakca it King Bts.
FontUerfj Cleaned and Dyed,
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