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Sft SUjI SNJMin.
oci:aniO s. s. co.
St. Paul, from Sail FriiiicNen, Toll.
Maripou, from Colonies for San V
cloo, Feb. 12.
Zcnlnnilia. fiom San Franel'co for Syd
ney, Fob. a.
AuMinlla, from Sydney for San Fran
cisco. Feb. 11.
Sclir Waloll from Mallkn
Sclir Wnleliii from ICanal
Stmr Iwalanl fiomllanamanln & Niiliau
Stmr V (! Hall for Maul and Hawaii
Stint' Iualnni for ICanal
Sclir Waloll forMidlho
Ilk Lovfprlng for South America
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sclir Wnleliii for Kauai
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Virginia, Fettlgiow
Ilk Lady Lampoon.
Uktne Mt Lebanon, Nelson
llktnu Discovery, reriluian
Uktne Ella, Howe
lirlj,' Alibi Rnwe, Phillips
Uk Chilean, Diivlos
From Nllhau, per t-teamer Jwalanl,
Fobiuaiy lith Miss llaibour and Mis
Hooked to loac by tho .steamer V O
Hall this I'M: Mr Alexander and wife,
.1 1) Johnson, Mrs 1' Lee, ) 1) Acker
man, Miss Aldoua.
The bktno Ella w 111 tall for San
clsuo about Tuesday next.
The steamer Iwiilanl towed the sclir
Ltholtlio from Wnhnea to Elccle on her
Stmr Iwalanl In ought 242." bags of
feiigar. She balls this evening forllana
niaulu and Nnwlllwlll for sugar and
The balk Lo spring .-ailed this a M
for Chill, South Ameilca, In ballast.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Australia is not due
Thursday the 11th.
Tin: IJishop conducts services in
St. Andrew's Cathedral this evening.
"Tin: Last Message of God to
Man," is to-night's subject at the
A mi: square piano at
Adams & Co.'s auction room,
Duuxkkx natives made a good
deal of noise about the streets yes
. , .--
TiiKiti: will be music at the Yosc
mitc Kink to-night, also dancing if
desired. To-morrow night occurs
the Mullen-McWayne race.
Mn. Peddic, English M. P., has
gone to Kauai, accompanied by Col.
Geo. W. Macfarlane and Mr. Theo.
II. Uavies, British Vice-Consul.
Tin: three sailors who deserted
from the Mount Lebanon on Sunday
were captured by the police yester
day and confined in the Station
Tin: two. plaster of Paris llgures
that were washed off the upper part
of Wilder & Co.'s store by the lire
companies are being replaced by
Two wliites had a slugging match
at the corner of Port and Hotel
streets last evening, but the police
not being invited etiquette forbade
Mussns. J. M. Oat & Co. adver
tise two new books, one a standard
work for dog fanciers, and the other
Admiral Porter's reminiscences.
The books arc nicely bound.
Ciiini:si: New Year has caused a
total eclipse of the auctioneers.
Lyons & Cohen will emerge from
tho Mongolian penumbra at twelve
o'clock to-morrow, and sell a lot of
apples and potatoes.
Miss Gencvievo Ward said to a
reporter in San Francisco that Mrs.
Strong had played Mrs. Folly, in
"Forget Mo Not" at Honolulu,
better than she had seen it sinco the
great original, Mrs. Leigh Murray.
Tin: new P. O. time table has tho
S. S. City of Pckin to leave hero for
the Coast on the 10th. In that case
she will cut the Australia out of
taking the mail. The Pckin left
Hongkong Jan. 2a for San Fran
cisco. . .
Mkciianio Engine Co. No. 2 elect
ed tho following officers on the !)rd :
Foreman. Frank Ilustace, re-elected;
First Assistant Foreman, J. F.
Morgan ; Second Assistant Foreman,
E. II. Ryan ; Secretary and Treas
urer, Henry Smith, re-elected.
Tin: Athletic Association met this
morning at Mr. Bolte's olllcc, when
the officers for the past year were
re-elected : President, S. B. Dole ;
Vice-President, Fred. Wundcnberg ;
Secretary, Jas. B. Castlo; Trca-
I T ; i-.-r;V.---r-' 'v"!
Burot'i Oi noltfl, 5To other ImbIiiow
of public) liuct'Ofil wiih U'ttliBnulml.
Tni'.ili; Is t slinbl).v-l(iolcltiff Portti'
tieso man who for some time past
has been telling woeful tales Of Ills
poverty, helplessness and hunger to
benevolently disposed people. lie
received alms of (hem until a few
days ago, when he purchased a
house and lot for a few thousand
dollars, to the niter astonishment of
the deluded philanthropists.
Mn. Thos. J.
brought civil suit
Court against Mr.
SL'o, for inaliiii'' a
in the i'olice
John Nott for
design for the
llrenieu'.s monument. The defen
dant won the case, having shown
that the design wns not aecoi ding
to the specified scale, being 9 ft. 11
in. high instead of 12 feet, and that
bills against the Fire Department
were audited but not paid by him.
The plain) iff appealed to the Inter
Ciiauixs J. McCaithy, the al
leged defaulting Supreme Court
Cleik of California, was this fore
noon arrested by the Marshal under
warrant issued at the instance of the
Minister of Foreign Affairs, in ac
cordance with the decision of the
Chief Justice yesterday. Mr. Whit
ing, McCarthy's counsel, tool; out a
wiit of Imbcm corpus, on which the
piisoncr was pioduccd pro forma
before the Court at one o'clock this
afternoon, when by consent of the
parties the hearing was ordered to
take place before the full Court at
eleven o'clock to-morrow foicnoon.
THE HAWAIIAN AGENT IN ENGLAND
"Mr. A. lloffnung, who has dur
ing the past twenty years carried on
the business of A. lloffnung it Co.
in Liverpool and London, retires,
and is succeeded by Messrs. Skinner
& Co., who will conduct it in their
own name and for their account at
the same address."
"Mr. A. lloffnung has been
admitted a member of the firm of II.
Nathan & Co., London, and S. lloff
nung & Co., Sydney and Brisbane."
The foregoing items arc clipped
from the London Times of Jan. 1st
and 5th. Mr. lloffnung lias also
been appointed Diplomatic Agent in
London, for this Kingdom, retiring
from active business for the purpose
of as-aiming the duties of thntollicc,
and is consequently a silent paitner
in the linns of II. Nathan & Co., of
London, and S. lloffnung & Co., of
Sydney, N. S. W. The Messrs.
Skinner & Co. named are partners
in the wealthy Hongkong linn of
Jardinc, Mathieson & Co.
NEWS BY THE IWALANL
The steamer Iwalani arrived this
morning from Kauai and Niiliau
with a budget of news. On Wednes
day last the Iwalanl visited the
wrecked steamer Planter at Niiliau
and remained thcro the entiro day.
The Planter is lying at the north
point of the island known as "Kii,"
in about six feet of water. She has
keeled over on her port side with
her bow to the land, and her stern
to the breakers. There is consider
able water in her hold, which rises
and falls with the tide. While the
Iwalani was at Niiliau the sea was
calm. The wreck was boarded, and
a great quantity of her fixtures, etc.,
were taken ashore in boats. Cap
tain Cameron, who is now all right,
and the Planter's crew, are at Nii
liau saving what they can of the
wreck, and it is said that if the
weather continues fair everything in
the stranded steamer, including the
heavy machinery, will be saved.
Purser Webster of the Planter is
at Waimca, attending to some of the
company's money matters, while
McLean, purser of the Iwalani, is
at Ilauaniaulu. He was sent ashore
yesterday afternoon in a boat with
tin ce sailors to tell the people that
the Iwalani had to sail immediately
for Honolulu, but would lcturn
Miss Bat hour, of California, an
invalid on a visit to the Islands for
tho benefit of her health, was a pas
senger on the wrecked steamer.
When the latter struck, this lady
was asleep and the shock caused her
severe hemorrhage of the lungs.
Miss Barbour was taken on board
the Iwalani at Niiliau on Wednes
day, and wns so feeble yesterday
that Capt. Freeman decided to lose
no time in steaming for Honolulu to
obtain medical attendance. Although
it was feaied the patient might not
survive the nicht, yet she rested
comfortably, and on arrival this
morning was attended by Dr. Mar
tin. This afternoon a stretcher was
obtained from the Station House,
Deputy - Marshal Dayton sending
men to carry it, for conveying the
lady to the house of Mr. Southwick,
Adams Lane. The kind considera
tion of Capt. Godficy, Superinten
dent of tho Inter-Island line, who
was on tho Iwalani, and of Cnpt.
Freeman, for despatching the vessel
to Honolulu, and their care for the
patient's comfort on the passage, are
heartily appreciated by tho lady's
On account of the Iwalani's quick
return, her political news is meagre.
Mr.Dolo is reported to bo elected for
Lihue, Mr. Palohau for llanalei,
and Mr. Kawal ahead in Waimea
filth tho fifty Rutl odd votvn of KIU
linn to hear Irum, U'ttvlntf u posil
blllly of All. Aabfoid'a cluctlun.
The Iwalanl sails this evening for
Hanamaulu and Nawiliwili for sugar
nnd passengers, but will not go to
Niiliau this trip.
TiiuitsoAY, Feb. 1th.
Hailama was lined SO and costs for
violating express rule 25. Ah Lee
forfeited 10 bail for furious and
heedless riding. Elias Wright for
feited $10 for assault and battery
on J. W. Uioard, and Mana the
same amount for a like offense on
Martin Beck pleaded not guilty to
the charge of assault and battery on
Ah I In. After his accuser had given
a narrative of outrageous treatment
at the hands of the defendant, Mr.
Dayton, Deputy Marshal, said that
on investigation he was satisfied it
was u case of mistaken identity
that this was not the man. lie
therefore entered a nolle prosequi.
C. Bolte vs. C. B. Miles, action
for S200 damages for a colt belong
ing to plaintiff which died on defend
ant's hands while he had it in train
ing. Judgment for $20 for plaintiff,
with 85.80 costs. The colt had come
to its deatli accidentally, after plain
tiff had paid 20 on account of the
FitiDAY, Feb. 5th.
Pohailii had SG entered against
him for drunkenness.
Iloau, for assault with a knife on
his wife, pleaded guilty and was
given a year's imprisonment at hard
labor and fined S50 and costs.
Manilla, assault and battery on
Kaluka (w.), pleaded guilty, and
was fined SO and costs.
FiiKsn Mince Pics daily from and
after date at Meller & Halbe's Con
FiiKsa Cream Cakes and Eilairs
daily from and after date nt Meller
& Halbe's Confectionery. 177
Tin: drivers of the UNITED CAR
RIAGE CO. make no extra charge
for their carriages when called by
telephone. When you want a com
fortable carriage, ring up 290.
A vkhy comprehensive and classi
fied business directory for Honolulu
is furnished in the business cards on
the outside pages of the Bullktin,
supplemented by the advertisements
of regular and transient patrons on
every page. 201 tf.
CENTRAL PARK, SATURDAY,
GRAND RACES & SPORTS!
The following races and other
amusing sports will take place in the
Central Paik Skating Rink on
SATURDAY FIRST, FEB. Gth,
when Mr. Thos. Wright will give
suitable prizes to compete for, as
1st Event Stone-Gathering Race,
open to all.
2nd A-hour Walking Race for heel
3rd Sack Race, open (o all.
lth Bell Race, i hour.
Sports to commence at half-past 7
o'clock i'.M. Admission to the Hall,
25 cents. There will be music in
attendance to enliven the sports.
A company in Manchester, Kng
laml, have a contract for building a
railway from the Upper to tho Lower
Annual Meeting Notice.
rj"UlE Annual Meeting of O. Drawer &
X Co. will be held nt their olllce,
Honolulu, on W DNKSDAY, February
a, 1S80, at 10 o'clock a.m.
','10 td J. O. OAltTKlt, Secretary.
Notice of Letters Patent.
A LL persons are hereby
11 Letters Patent weio issued by
Hawaiian Government to .IAMKS
Kl'.NNEY of Honolulu on tho 10th day
of December, A.n. 1885, for an Improve,
ment in brake, gig and cluiise springs,
and that tiU Letters Patent were an.
signed by the said .Inmcs Kcnncy to the
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Com
pany on the 22nd day of December, A.i.
1885, whereforu tho tald Hawaiian Car.
lingo Manufacturing Company hereby
warns nil porsons ngainst infringing on
tho taid l.cttcrx Patent.
HAW'N OA1UUAGE MANF'G Co.
Honolulu, Dec. 22, 183."). 208 tf
Two Suburban Cottages to
IIKST That elegant Coltago hi'hci.
; to occupied by the ownet, John
Kobello, with lino flower nnd ft tit'
garden, stables, etc. Terms favoiable.
SECOND Tho two-story Cottngo two
doors makal of the above, latdyoecu.
pled by tho lato A. T. linker, having
gulden, stable, etc. Terms favorable.
Hoth premises aro connected vith the
city water setvicc. Apply to
Queen Stioct. 101 tf
15F?J5CiT"i r- ,- fc
fHli lVcmlsM r,n l'linch'iiowl Slrtet)
A, licreUifUro Mcctipleii bv the Qif
hiiill Club) consisting of Chit) Home,
Howling Alley nntl fMenslvo grounds
well lnld out. Htitrnnco from Punch,
bonl and Emma bireets. Apply to
II. A. WIDLMANN,
207 If or ,t. F. HAOICFELD.
Election oi' Oilicors.
AT the Annual Meeting of the Ha
wullnu Agricultural Compuiiy
held on the 21st January, the following
olllccrs were elected to serve for the cur.
Hon. Ciias H. Bishop President
Mu. Sam'i. C. Allkn. .... Vice-President
Mn. P. O. .Tones Treasurer
Mu. .losiifii O. Caiitmi Sccrctnry
M it. Tom .May Auditor
Directors Hon. O. L. IliMiop, Mr. S.
C. Allen nnd Mr. P. C. .lone
J. O. OAHTKR,
Hec'y Hnwiiilnn Agricultural Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 2'-', 1880. 32 lm
Dwelling Jionse for Kent.
$15 pur Month and
"Water Kill oh.
TMIK lurjio dwelling liouxe mid lot
JL occupied by 1). l). ll.ildwln lront.
lug on Dole street, at Puliation, nnd run
nliig through to licckwitb ntieut. Tim
home contains 8 huge room", !J inntric9,
1 bathroom, 4 large closet, kitchen ad.
joining. There U a large barn with
servant's room on the grounds, also an
olllco separate from the innln building.
The lot is nearly 2 acres in extent nnd
atlbrds cou&ldcniblo pasture and lire
wood. Everything In good repair. Gov.
eminent water hud on. Eniulru of
133 tf 3. . DOLE.
in Bond or Duty Paid.
A Very Choice Lot, Fresh! and Full.
The 15 st iu the Market.
Chas. Browcr & Co.'s Lino of Boston
Shippers-; will please take notice that
tho line Hark
Will sail from Boston for this port on
or about APHIL lat ne.t. For parti
culars apply to .
C. BREWER & Co.,
Or to CIIAS. HREWElt & Co.,
21 J t!m 27 Kllby Street, Hoiton, Mas
COOL OFF !
DID YOU SAY?
Make your wife and children happy
by supplying them with
Elite Ice Cream
made from pure Woodhiwu Dairy
Go' nnd surprivo your folks, order a
bucket of our delicious Ice Cream. Wc
pack orders for Ice Cream from 1 to 00
quarts in Patent Hcfilgerator Cans, war
ranted to keep its delightful llavor and
perfect form for ninny hours.
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
Our Pancv Cakes nrej the Favorite
with all the Ladies of Honolulu.
CHOICE FRENCH CANDIES,
Imported fresh and In great variety by
Ring Up Boll Telephone 182 or Mutual 338.
Tho Elito Ico Cream Parlors.
JVo. SB Hotel Htl-eot,
Are open dally until 11 r
Ice Cream Parlor
LiHcolu's Block, Kim st,
A I'lue AhMortuictit of
Candies & Cakes
Ahviiyw on llimd
MELLER & HALBE'S
P.O. BOX 313, tolTAIIWOuT.D lT0, Tlep!ifln 178.
JOS. H, WiSEMAft,
General Business Agent.
lldei btenmslilp Agent,
Ure.1t Ilutllngton Hallioid Agent
SAN FRANCISCO, .lauuaiy 13, 1S80.
Messrs. W. Ii. IVilsliiro & Co., Agents
MacNEALE & URBAN SAFES,
206 California Streot, San Francisco, Cat.
(h ntm mk.v: In teply to your incpiiry concerning the opening of tho Uurglar.
proof Chest in the nafc in the olllce of the Clerk oftho Supremo Court now so
V ." '" TIIK MtC-AKTHY SAFi: I will say that I took charge of tho
olllce on Wtdnesday, the (lth lust. For some days previous un'ucrc'sf'il attempts
hnd been in idu by various experts to pick the lock. On Tlitirclny, further, slmllnr
etloits were made, with tho snmc result, br Mr. Kiiipn nnd other noted expert.
i!1'.,,'-Vno:M FINALLY DECLARED THAT THE LOCK COULD NOT
lib j'ICIvLD, mid Hint the nafc must bu opened by force.
On Friday I employed the expert of one of jour competitors, who did faithful
and honest work for thnt purpose.
r, wl Sv(' "''n' ,mmil"K work was begun, and this mornini: (Wednesday) FOUR
DAS At J Lit, the expert succeeded in drilling through tho door nnd opening the
I consider it was an extraordinarily Bcverc test, much beyond what a burglar
could possuly employ under any circumstnnccs, and can assure It hns inspired mc
with the highest contldencc In the t-ocurity of your Iltirglnr-Proof Safes, and that
YOUR LOCKS ARK PICK-PROOF AGAINST THE REST EXPERTS.
After working for somu bonis on lltu lock, one expert snld he hnd found Hint
V wns one letter and 'another that C was one. On examination, neither of theso
letters appeared In the combination. Yours trulv,
J. D. SPENCER, Clerk of Supreme Court.
2SF The above was a No. 8 MacNEALE & URI1AN Fire and Burglar Safe.
C. O. BERCER,
")" lm General Agent for the Hnwnllnn Islands.
Comer of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a large and carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Custom-Madc Clothing, nnd Hats and Caps
Iii all tki Latest Styles ml Pates.
EST Particular attention is callrd to an elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
P. O. Uox Ml.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN LTJ'J
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
r mid OJ Hotel Htrcct,
.lust received, ex O S S Co.'s steamer St. Paul,
Apples, Poare, Dried Figs, Dried Dates, Dried Apples,
Dried Peathc, Dried Cherries, Dried Pitted Plums, Dried Pruncp, Swiss CIicmo,
Orcgr i Crcuin Cheese, Edam Cheese, Cnla. Cheese, Smoked Sausages, Smoked
Tongue-., Smoked Deef, Boused Tongues, Kits Salmon Ilellies, 'Kits Mackerel,
Kegi Bunkers, Cain. Salt Pork. Kegs Cnla. Enmily Corned Reef. Kegs SnR
Water Cucumbers, Kegs Saner Kraul, Kee Holland Herrings, Sicily Lemons,
Eastein Codtlsh, Boneless Codfish, Stone Jars Soused Pigs Feet,
A Nice Assortment of Biscuits,
Graham Wafers, Oaten Flnkc, Sea Fonm Wafer, Pcack and Frenn, Rnspbcrrv
Wafer.), Barton it Geisters Salad Oil, Durct Salad Oil, Crosse it Iilackwell's
Snlnd Oil, Cain. Olive Oil, Russian Gardcllcs, Russian Caviar, French Eating
Chocolate, Instimtnneous Chocolate,
A Fino Lot of Cala. Potatoes and Onions,
20 All of which aro offered at low prices.
C. E. MILLER,
Gcnoral Business & Purchasing Agent
42 Melt St., HllDlllI.
Mymobt faithful attention will bo
given for tho
Purchase of Merchandise
In Honolulu for the residents of tho
D'JJ several Islunds of this group, ly
Honolulu, II. I.
Cntom Houiu Broker,
M-innger Hawaiian Opera House,
Flru nnd Life IusuranceiAKcnt.
Estate of T. E. Kronso.
rpiIE undersigned, having been elect.
JL ed assignee of tho nbovu estate,
hereby requests all persons indebted to
tills chtato to pay Immediately, and all
persons having claims nguinst this
estate to scud their bills Immediately to
T. K. LUCAS.
Honolulu. Jan. 29, 1880. 38 3w
U Xi. AMI JUUUUUl
So. 4 AdnniH Lime.
lints dyed and pressed,
Feathers cleaned and curled,
Nntlvo btiaws sewed In till the latest
Lemons given in thirty-six kinds of
fancy work, with drawing nnd painting,
Orders taken for all kinds of cmbrol.
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