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SATURDAY, FEB. 12, 1887.
Bk P 0 Patterson, 78 days from Now
oaxtlo, X H W
SSZoalnndlfl, from the Colouics, eu
rou to for Sau Francisco
StmrKinatt from wludwaid ports
titmr Llkcllko from Knhnlnl
Bk Hope for Port Towuseud
Schr Mary for Kolmln
Schr Molwuhlne for Kobolalelo
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Klnau for Maui, Hawaii, nud the
Volcano nt 4 p m
Stmr Likellke for Kahulul and liana at
carco'es'from island ports.
Stmr Likelike 570 sugar,
btmr Klnau 0,884 sugar, 1 horse, 110
From Kahulul and way ports, per
stmr Likellke. Feb 12 William II Sims,
Esq, AV P A Brccr, wife, child and U
Kcrvauts, MrsT V Eveictt, Jilra Haa
lelca, W II Cornwell, Hon .T W Kalua,
Mrs Kinney, Mr Graydon, J D Marltu,
5 Chinamen, 2 prisoners, and 05 deck.
From Sydney nud Auckland for Hono
lulu, per ti S Zenlandin, Feb 12-J N H
Williams, F T Aspiuwall, John Faults,
R C Brlgdtokc, and Mr Asklu.
From windward ports, per S S Kl
nau, Feb 12 Her Ex Govcrues Ulu
lanl, Hon J T Baker, Ills Ex Gov Kob
crt Baker and daughter, Sam Nowlcln,
Miss M Nowlcln, F L Clarke. Mrs O
AVilhelm, Mrs-Ascli nnd 2 children, J G
Clevlor, W White, W E Howell, J Kan
Ha, J F Eckart, wife and 2 children, C
Afong, Judgo Mian, Miss Itathbone, J
Benton, Apoe, A Barnes, Aleong, Sirs J
E Ward, Miss Alice Wnrd, Geo Ward,
W W Akona, Mrs Kobert Grieve, Miss
Grieve, Ed McChcsney, Miss Renwick,
and 04 deck.
The bark Mnkah, G07 tons, was load
ing at Newcastle, X S W, Jan 18th, for
The schr Anna arrived at Kahulul last
Thursday ,fromiSan Francisco.
The Caso sails from Kahulul for San
Francisco on or about the 21st lust.
The Ida Scbnauer sails from Kahulul
for San Francisco to-day.
The steamer Mokolll will not nrrlve
here until Tuesday, she being detained
by rough weather.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bd Hope, Penhnllow
Bk Sonoma, Howes
Bk Drottuing Sophia, Svcnsson
Bk C O Whltmorc, Thompson
Bark Lady Lampson, Marston
Bktno Discovery, Lee
Bk Zolla, McKay
S S Australia, Iloudlctt
Bk Martha Fisher,
Bktne Geo C Perkins, Ackcrinnn
Am bktne S X Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, due here Deo 15tb, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Tlmour, Brewer, sailed from
Boston, Dec 17, due May 1-20.
Am wh bark Hunter, Geo W Jenks,
from the Lino Islands, duo March 10-31.
Am bark Kllkitat, K D Cutler, from
Port Townseud, W T, due February
Urit bark Glcngabcr, Rolleston, from
Liverpool, due here, Jan 15-31, to
Davles & Co.
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due
Haw schr General ijelgel, fromFrpnch
-Frifcftte Shoals, due Noy 20Tao,
' 'Haw bark Tjios R Foster, F W Hupg,
from Victoria, B C, duo December
Nor bark P C Patorscn, from Xow
castlo, X S W, duo February 1-20.
' German bark Hercules, Jess, Schncfcr,
& Co. sailed from Glassgow, December
18, due April 80.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
There will be music at the rink
Squally weather is repprted by
C'' .' ;
A few popies of the extra edition
of tho Bulletin Summary left,
Mn. J. B, Castlo advertises n beau
tiful little liouso and lot for sale or
Mn. Osman Day lectures on Na
poleon Bonaparte in the Club liouso
dining room this evening.
The O. S. S. Mariposa, from Auck
land (January 3), arrived at Sydney
on tho ovening of tho 22nd.
Quit thanks, arc duo to Purser
Ariuje'rsori, 0f 'S,' S. Zcalandia, for lato
files of Now Zealand papers.
Fnoii Hawaii it is reported 7$
acres of cane on tho Wainaku Plan
tation, yielded 80 tons of sugar.
By a coincidence, the sister ships,
Australia and Zealundja, were the
bprtpl HpnoUiJu. togptlicr this day.
The usual temperance meeting,
this evening, in Fowler's yard, under
tho auspices of tho totnperanco com
mittoo of tho Y. M. C. A.
Sergeant Sleigh, nn eminent Eng
lish barrister who visited this coun
try some years ago uud remained
hero several weeks, is dead.
Mr. Booth would liko to meet all
the men who have signed tho pledge
during his mission, in tho Y. M. O.
A. Hull at 7 :30, this ovening,
A salute was' fifed from the ehoro
battery tills noon in honor of tho 13th
anniversary of tho accession of His
Majesty the King to tho Throne of
Mr. and Mrs. Arkman, Rev. F. O.
Ellis and wife, T. S. Lea and G. A. M.
Gordon, through puBtengcrs by the S,
8. Zcalandia, will remain here until
the next steamer,
Tilt propoiod treaty botweon tin
United States and tliu Hawaiian
Islands) oedlng Pearl Harbor at a
naval coaling station, whs considered
of 'sufficient importance to be tele
graphed to New Zealand. The tele
gram appears In the N. Z. "Herald."
TtiK pioprictors of tho "Now Zea
land Herald" havo onlargrd tlin"lio
raid," by making nn addition of
eight columns each day, and twelve
columns on Saturday, thus giving,
during ovory week, nn incroaso of 62
columns, exclusivo of summary or
Tun S. S. Zenlandin, after leaving
Sydney for Auckland, ran aground
in the harbor, in tho vicinity of tho
rocks known as the Sow and Pigs.
Tho vessel, however, woh got ofl nt
balf'past six in tho evening without
any damage being done. SHo pro
ceeded on her voyage.
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The steomer Ewa's way, inside tho
reef to Ewa, being dotted with rocks,
that threaten damago to the vessel,
Mr. Robinson has decided tu have
them blasted out or removed by
crowbars. When tho way is clear
and deeper, excursionists may charter
tho vessel for moonlight trips to Ewa.
Yesterday, a No. 60 pane of plato
glass, which was being cut at the
Honolulu Planing Mill, for a largo
window at Goo Kim's, broke crook
edly, nnd was rendored useless for tho
purpose intended. A second attempt
was made on a new pano by Mr. J.
Lucas, who was successful in tho
The first intimation the people of
Mahukoua had of tho death of H. R.
II. Princess Likelike, was on the
arrival of tho S. S. Kinnu nt that port
on Tuesday last. Within ton minutes
after tho landing of tho first boatload
of passengers, tho national flag was
displayed at half mast at tho Malm
The next htcamcr from Australia,
tho Alameda, on March tho 11th, will
probably bring a theatrical company
here. A lucrntivo engagement pre
vented their coming by the Zenlandia.
It is tho intention to stop over a while
at Honolulu, and give performances.
Mr. Henry Allcyne writes from New
Zealand to thin effect.
Tho Post Office received, by the
Australia, 27 bags of papers nnd 3
bags of letters, a few minutes beforo
1 o'clock, on Wednesday last. Tho
ontiro mail was distributed before 0
o'clock, tame day. By tho kindness
ol Messrs. Wilder & (Jo., tho steamer
Lei in a was detained till 6 o'clock,
and took with her tho cntiro mail,
papers and letters, for the islands of
Maui and Hawaii, consisting of 13
bags. Messrs. Wilder & Co. also
oidered tho steamer to land the
mails at the eovcral way ports. By
this morning's mail, the Postmastor
Gonoral received a letter from Mr. G.
C. Williams, of Sprcckelsvillc, Maui,
conveying his own and tho thanks of
tho public for his kindness and
promptness in forwarding the mails,
by which thoy received their letters
and papers a week earlier than they
could have had them by the regular
steamer and had the chance of
answering San Francisco and other
foreign correspondents by the return
mail, per W. G. Hall.
AND DEPARTURE OF THE
The S, S. Zcalandia arrived this
morning from tie Colonies, en route
for San Francisco, and brought five
pasecngors for this port, and bad 30
cabin and CO stecrago for San Fran
cisco. Tho Zcalandia left for the
Coast this afternoon, at 2 o'clock,
taking the following passengers
from Honolulu: Mr. and Mrs. F.
W. Macfarlanc, Miss Allio Wide
mnnn, A. E. Imril, Dr. H.en,ddck
son, A. II. Smith,, T. K. Moorej'P.
C. jonps and wife, A. Aschuim, II.
Mclirtyre', 1ft. T. Stedman, W. J.
Woleh-. F. Davis, JI Koch and Mft.
THE E AMIE MACHINE.
Tho Ramie Mnchlno now being
erected by Mr. Lycaa, at Hilo, was so
far completed, as to be run by steam
on Wednesday last, and its working
was highly satisfactory. The delay
in the completion of the machine
was owing to the castings from San
Francisco only arriving by the hist
steamer- Is it expected that about
the middle of next week tho, ma.ch,ine
will be completed, whcri'tli'o cleaning
af the rainfo' will be commenced,
large quantities being already on
Mr. Lycan reports that some diffi
culty is experienced in getting the
natives in and around Hilo to culti
vate tho ramie. Olona or native
lamic, grows in nbundanco around
Hilo, and this, tho ntUlyc. are. will
ing tq supply in large quantities.
1?hV Olotin was put through tho
machine and gave satisfactory re
sults, the fibre being admitted to bo
stronger than that of the ramie. A
sample of the Olona, after having
been put through the machlno, can
bo seen at tho Bulletin office.
J. E. BROWN & C0S F0ET
NIGHTLY LABOR EEP0ET.
Tho supply of almost all descrip
tions of labor during the past foit
night tins been greater than the de
mand, nnd witli tho exception of
Chinese, laborers pf al closes, are
djsppsed jp go to wprk op 'lowe?
J'ortufueae are available In largo
numbers, cither for plantations in
the group or at Honolulu.
Chinme. Orders for this class
are tilled with less caso than for
other nationalities, aud a feeling of
independence, c.iused no doubt by
a system of mutual assistance that
exists among them, is very notice
blo. Tho demand which has been
ftottvt, appears to be confined chief.
ly to oooke, nnd domestic servants.
Engineer and Mechanics, A
few &re seeking work, but the sup
ply of this class Is extremely limited
and not to be depended upon.
Carpcntere, JNucfamitis, Paint
ers, Masons. Nouo offering, all
being employed at good wages.
While Jjuborers. Several Eng
lish and Germans are offering at n
very low rate of wages, for which
class there has been a slight de
mand for Kilauea.
Tho tendency of most men seek
ing employment is to remain, if pos
sible, at Honolulu, plantation work
being accepted only ne n last re
source. Still, there are tnnuy un
fortunates about town who arc in
such reduced circumstances, that
they aro glad of nn opportunity to
take, as an applicant for work re
cently remarked, "anything so that
there is a living in it."
28 Merchant street, Feb. 12th.
Rohan Oatholio Cathedral.
High mass at 10 a. m. Vespers at 4 :30
Kavmakapim Church. Rev. J.
Walumuu, pastor. Sunday school nt
0:80 a. m. Preaching at 10 '30 A. M.
Young people's meeting at 7 :30 r. M.
Kawaiahao Church. Iter. II. II.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. M. Preaching nt 11 A. M.
Y. M. C. A. Young Men's Bible
Class In the parlor nt 0 :45 a. it., con
ducted by the General Secretary. Gos
pel Praise Service at 0 :30. Come nnd
bring a friend.
Chinese Church. Fort street, near
corner Borctnntu. Mr. To Tong Uc,
evnngellst. Chliicso Sunday School,
0:30 a.m. Chliicso nnd English Sun
day School, 2:30 v. m. Preaching 11
A. m. and 7:30 p.m. Bible class In
Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall, 0:30 v. si.
Fort-street Church. Rev. J. A.
Cruzan, pastor. Meeting for Blblo
study at 0 :45 a. m. Services at 11 a. m.
andf7:30 i. m. In tho evening,' tho
sermon will be (speolnlly to Blue ltlb
bon men, nud those who ought to help
them, upon tho theme Am I my
brother's keeper?" All are Invited.
Bethel Union Congregation.
Rev. E. C. Oggcl, pastor. Services ut
the Lyceum, fuuauu avenue, at 11
a.m. and 7:30 ) m. At tlie morning
sen-ice, tho subject will be: "What
went ye out for to see? or, lesons from
the Lava Flow." In the evening the
pastor will preach a short sermon, In
tended to help nil who bare donned the
blue ribbon during Mr. Booth's mis
sion. Sunday school at 9:45 o'clock.
Ail are invited.
St. Andrew's Cathedral. First
Congregation. Holy Communion, 0:30
A. i. Morning prayer with sermon,
at 0:30 A. m. Sunday school ut 10:15
a. m. Hawaiian evensong nt 3:30, Eng
lish evensong with catcclutlnd nddu-ss
by Mr. Gowen, at 0 P. m. All scuts are
Second Congregation. Rev. George
Wallace, A. M., pnstor. Morning
prayer with Sermon, at 11:15 a. m.
Evening prayer, with scrmou, nt 7.30 v.
M. Sunday school meets nt 10 A. u.
Scat frco at all services.
FORCOOK8 OR SERVANTS,
Ring up J. E, Brown & Co. No
charge to- employer
VIEWS of tho Lnva Flow of 187,
fiom Negatives uutdo nn the kcoiiiI
day of the eruption, th wing the col.
umnoflan at the toiirce eruter, muy
bo seen ot ihc Photoprni h Rooms of J.
GONSALVE3, 12'J Fori at. 52
WE HAVE just received per Aus.
trnlla a new lot of Aitlns' Mil
teiM, EIony Ware, Biiykct-, Ciliuct
Frames, Rustic Fiamti", etc. And wo
are better prepared than ever to mako
vuruiuus uui riciure rrnmej, Having
the largest and bet selected itock of
Mouldings in Iho Kingdom. Kino
Bros.' art Etohr. 34
Dr, Flint'3 Heart Remedy" is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease aud also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with ovory bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
WEST, DOW & CO. have re
ceived Ex "Australia" an as
sortment of Black Walnut, Ash nud
Theap Cedar Bedroom Sets, liuieuu,
Washstands, Black Walnut and Ash
Dining Chairs, Child's Rockers, IK W.
Marble Top Tahlos, uud one hiindsoino
set Parlor, Furniture, ulso a largo stock
of Fioturo Mouldings, Hustle Flumes
all sizes Lunch uaskcts, Splashers,
Checker Boards, Chessmen, Slutcs,
Alphabet and Building Blocks, Linen
Picture Books, Trumpets, Croquet bets,
etc., etc., und a full lino of Music
Goods. Cull early. !q ;H.
Patronize Homo Induntrv bv lmv.
ing cigars of J. V. Hiugley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared tofill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fnot "no licouso is requiicd" to
sell thoso cigars. Do not forget the
name J. W. Hingley, noi the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
THE FIRM OF 6PE R &PFKIFEH,
having Lo.mi illiculved by nniuruf
the Supremo Court and iliu m.dcrlmiil
unpointed Receiver; notice lb hercliy
glvtn that tho Did a, ock of Wuth,m
ujid Jnwelry will lip on nib ntthuMoro
of fpeur&PfVlfer for a bhort 'time, ut
All purlieu ludobled to 11114 firm are
notified to niuko but kinent at ' e.
W. F. ALLEN,
Receiver for hpcur ii Piclfer.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 18b7. 60 lm
HPONG HEK liHving cold his Intnrest
JL in the Luck Sing Will Co. P.iin.
tallou ut Momtilui, (JhIiu. hi'ety gives
notlCO llltll bi Tn:ii' Un. lll nn nil
I his pergonal debts,. $ii3t
The Dissolution ol Co-partnership hav
ing been effected satisfactorily by mu
For further particulars look out for
Saturday Evening, Dec. 11th.
The Proprietori" take ploiistne in mi
nouncln to tholr ftl'ndrt mid the gene,
rul public, tlini they liuve rctiioilflcu und
refitted the prcnibe inniiedln'cly iiboxo
Hotel Stroti', wheru on in d nfi r next
Saturday Eve will bu found Uiu hoist of
. Ales and
Tho Murkct affords.
Tho Stock mir piucbrtbcd under iho
supervision ol Mr. Jus. Do-Id, while
Euit, nnd having bem bo long in the
biiBliiC'.', ho knows iliu Tiitnii of tho
irude, n-id ha purch-cid iho nitlclu thai
will pluii'o the must fuSlMiutiF.
Thuiikliu; our friends umi ption8 for
pan fuvor, and desiring u continunnec
Of tho F1II10,
We uro, lcspcetfully )ouis,
04 lw ProiirlctoiR.
Furnished House To Let!
rpiIE RESIDENCE occupied by Mr.
Jaiiks A. Kukmidy, ooinir of
Kinnu and Fenisatolii Sirecte.
JAMES A. KttXXIUY,
SJ8.1 OlV.coof the Honolulu Irjn Wotks.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
70 Quoon & Fort btreel Blores. UM
nnVO COTTAGES ON LI LI HA
X Strict, nt! ii S hi ol Hutu nii.d ir
uiu. Apply l" M. S QRINIJAUM&OO.,
Qiii-cn biici-i. ftaSiv
Apply on tho premised
For Sale or to Loaae.
A COTTAGE on Lunnlllo Ftrcet.
M pro'cut i coupled by 1. Opfct
gdt, V.i(. It eiiiitiiins purloi, dining
loom unit 2 bedrooms, bull, pantry uud
kitchen. A Lugo yard with outbuild
hips for horse.", caniagi' nnd tiTViint?.
17tf Apply to II J. AGNUW.
ON ACCOUNT OV OKPAUTURE,
nn lmporU'il Surrcl Mmc, 0 yens
61d( linvitifr been drlvtu by n l.idy. Ono
Currlugo I'lineton, titiidiibii'cker'Bninnu.
t'tctuiu; nud iiImi, onulliie bcpiare Wolicr
1'inno, all in good oilier, cmjuiio of
41 lm 1IYMAN RH03.
Now Pltoloniph IfooiuH.
OVER NlcholV uoie, Eoit tin et,
next the filiooting Gnllciy, Pic.
lurts, l'oitMltis and Vluws. Fiibt-class
worl;. Satisfaction giurautecd.
10 ly .1. A.GONSALVES.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
rpiIE HOUSE AND LOP AT W.M
JL Klkl, m pcEcnt''icupiuil ly G. 1).
liocth. .spply nt i Die oi
h'.tETJl Ar I'EXOOOK,
l'J tt 2i Niiunnti mctt.
rpiIE COTTAGE new nccupb-il by
A. .Mr. C. W. T. iker, eon'nliilne niv
rooniB. but'i r.'nrn, pan ry, vuiuml t oni,
etc. Them aio iiIf.i btulilcs, o.ur!a;e
uoiwuhOrvantVioiiin.r'i'l In oail nuliir.
Apply to 15. II IIINDitY at Pacific
TIiiicIwiiu Co 's S'nii , lint Si. -iOtf
7 J ISS CLARKE, who hiiRhmlmnny
111 i ais oMirrlniMi ill Dn-c-i & Clonk
JI klhir, him OI'INEO A l)HESMAK.
INO ETAUHSIlMKNTntlOl Aliikci
Tho Icitor-iHliiiitl Slunm
N!ivi,'ulioii (J., Liiiiitcd,
Keep cotiMiintly on lun 1 for tnlu
Rteani Vnniily mid Jl'nck mith Coal
umi a gi iii'inl .iMwoiimeiii of
EOAN & CO.,
Corner ot Fort nnd Merchant Ntreetn, HoboIkIh.
Biack Cloth Suits, Gloves, Ties, Etc.
Wlilte r?iet89 "White Hats, E.tc.
- Our-BLACK CLOTH SUITS aro of excellent quality,
Eastern Finish, and marked ut the LOWEST figures in the
EGAN & CO.
) t t0t0l0t
8AN JOSE, CAL.
I The Lager Reur of tho alove Brewery
Was Awarded the First Prizes
At tho KxpoiitloiH of 1885 and IE 80
so Cm HONOLULU,
lMl'OUl'KU AVD DKALKK IH
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fino Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort 6c Merohant Streets, Honolala. CmpbU'i Blotk.
ISLAND TRADE SOICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
tM til Ml IMHMItl
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