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f.iihetrllrJjfl 4 AJs-ertlW rtl ha a.t.tfe,
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All matter flit Hi JUmiiUr I'f. iliwiW I
ib..na 1.1 ih riinnAY rnnss."
Nortr.el an noist rf Interest lrmplrliK on
Ihe Mini lila slasettlalwarili. llianWnlla nrla.l
i.ir isitMleall f ortMnl"" FiwtiMIl l
iehd ihi.i tro. nna t.i nil dWiimiinleAlwm,
nol Ast M.iii ril,tn miimiUi, Iml at a fnafanlre
Nil ! .1 i It art In Rm.l faith.
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Mi A PWrfc ft fll ictNl Irm jmpel
i uiHiWW HHMltBg nt ifw llcihtt Mini tmmi
., t,v J, MMifti of h hlhrmiirli C'lmrfrt,
ui lrtrnrten. wl prwtrh M lit UriM m
i, iimw inonilim, Sulijtmi i "Tlta ijn.irlliifi
l ill. ity."
Mi J mm i Cfrftdertil lll lit eiilljf tnlllf
l.iil-n last Tartilnjp. Pacini I Iftgaii set tlt
l.i im tsmw, ami I lie pYtnl U m svtll at
i.ui'lii h e)wrtl,
A wtfetitmi nf ii inwiil pniinjili In llie
Vin'Mtwi HfcetMfe upon tit, acilnn f n
Kulnita rillfrH iflitllif lliM I Hi. rlrtllim will
i..fi iitj WV..
A wet, friMii ntl Monilny tvlll lie llie
Seventeenth nf llfUmlHjl "Si. IVitiii!.'
l.r In lli Mnnilnn," " lftrnl rtver i-vciy
nun Iniln liUiliit)',"
" l-mlil' nimilliMe will leave- fiinii l),nli'
s.iMp far the Cntlnii, KiipNani lnls,ni i, j,
I .nl 4 riMfltlt SftiHihy, aiftl llmlm Infewlll
If ilm Oitlrto l Sijo nVltirk.
rile Inml mm cnt!i;nl nl llie I'.ilncc last
Monilny iiIrIiI m ip l-min-i Siiiaic conceit
khIiimc.I till 'lliuitiliiy evening. Tu
innV-e iii for llie ill.iiHiliilhii'iil, the kin, I
iliiynl .evciiil nrsv all.
Mr. TlinniilyVe l-elVfre, of Meters. Mollis
ler t Cu.'t I'mt-ntint More, )m lnvrnlnl a
nc pt(uratlon til literal )iiiiHliicli " rcIi
llii Rimi "-a lii Vinar rIiIi My. A n III
niiInK for HciIicmI.1 wnicr il mgem n 3lnu
lnl folullon of nintiiini.! nncl ncclar, clilllcil
with WIMrr Co.' Ice. " Il itiin nicnc"
n Confuclm linlli It.
V. T. Uliolc $n,m lW. KliiMln nnd S
llmrivm $,91.11 j I'tiir Wlllu-lm $,2,iS2 j
K. . f.i.niiila .fjg.ijij : J. C. Cnrct$2i),
.o) t II. MclnitMli $iS,ixi j V. M. Ilralil-
.kx $.'.S,5iS s (3. I Ma nml 'P. U. I.if.n
$27,923 ! ' " Thonui $27,Soa ; I. W.
I.inroln $2,ooo were the liiili for tlic new
Kovcrninnil InilMinj; in tliii city.
On llie (irt r.ip,o tii-ilay may Iw fuuml Hcv.
S. C. Danum'i farewell lermon nnJ a portion
nl .Mr. 1'raiik Uamon'i last letter In llie Kiieml
-in me iihiiiii paRc i icprintttl from to
iccent nuinlwn of llirSan I'rancisco Argonaut
A Very I'relly Uiipiitalloii on a leadinu social
pioAtion tlic uorkt ner, Arcilewnf Queen
Victoria'i new book it printeil on the ianic
The examination of the Kojal School oi
liniklietl hut PucMlay. Twenty-four pupils
alnenteil them.chei from exaininalion ami
will not lie pcrmilteil to return In their leswni
uiiIcks they pievioiuly olitoin certiticales of
immunity from disease. In the Fort-Street
School, all hut fifteen puplli liroiii;ht heallh
iriiinwici. ui me iincen iuo only were
EK All were cxamineil ami all fouml free
I lie Sherman Circus will perform at the
foot of Kichanl street next Tuesday nflcrnoon
anil cicniiiK. Of the Kcncral excellence of the
jierfornianccthe wilier may nol understand.
ingly write; hut he has ncen the trick liorics
Tommy, Uarney and jack ; and cheerfully
tastifieis to their abilities which arc of the
liiglicit order ; anil deserve patronage. Iloth
Siegiisl and Durand have prcvimisly visited
Honolulu, and when here before were great
1 he author of "South Sea Id) lis " will lie a
(asscnger by the Mariposa to-day -unless all
promises fail. And this ccn there will l
great joy at Stag Racket lluugalon. The fat
ted calf will be killed and the kid will caper
xvilli exceeding igor, and FaUtafl will drink
a jorain of Adam's ale, anil the lank salesman
will put on hi best professional smile, and Ihe
budding attorney will blossom into new found
bloom, and all will go merry as a marriige
bell when Lhatlcs, our Charles, returns.
A strange story conies from Kakaakn to the
effect that Superintendent Van Gicsen was at.
wan attacked, in his house last Thursday night
by ten men. Tlncc of the ten were to go to
Kalawao last night. Mr. Van C.irsen in
lormeil n gentleman yesterday that all ten
wnuin ruse 10 go 10 .Mniokai, The name
iile of Ihe story (so far as it has yet lieen
gathered) rellects most unpleasantly on Mr,
Van Giesen, Interesting fads regarding the
internal imnageincnt of the branch hospital
are likely to be developed by inquiry.
'Hie other day, while Mr. David .McCartney,
of Ucnson Smith & Co,, was pulling up quart
laities ol " gl)ceiuicl of loses "for three blush
ing young niothirs who wanted it for tin
chafed liodie of their first lorn, the telephone
rang iciouly. Kxcusing himself, Mr.
McCartney went to Ihe telephone. Jim as hit
hand touched the transmitter he hapeneil to
glance at it and saw curling about the handl
just aliove the mouthpiece, a centiH.ile fully an
men nnd a liair long and as thick as a lead
licucil. Mr. McCartney dropped Ihe trans,
niitter as if it had lieen a calotified yam, and
leienged himself on " that thr" ccntijieje by
iliownlng the hundriil-leggcd wriggler In
Ily the City of S)dney Mr. (5, U. Daiey
and Mr. Thomas Auihterlonie, two cumnnl
tors of the I'rets, returned for a visit to their
homes near Sydney, New South Wales, after
a le&idenceof someseien months In Honolulu,
during most of which period they worked in
lllis office. Iloth were accurate, luinsukiug
anil reasonably swift compositors. I loth were
gentlemanly, prompt, alleiitise and appiecia
liicof Ihe dignity of I heir craft. Mr. Uavey
was a ouug man of some previous experience
111 newspaper woik, lie wrote well, was in
lelligeiit ami quick to grsp Ideas, having in
him the elements of success In newsucr
writing only upHiiliinily and coiilmuoui
KJClIce Uing ncti!ed lo bilng those elements
out. II01I1 young nun will itluin to this city
fcy Ihe tcturri Syilnvy unless pudental by
KliouM )ini gicet Mr. V, V. M.ufailnnc, K
uucful not tu ask him if lie ia seen the
" l-nly Clairlonette " rose. Should you dis-n-ganl
this fiiendly unining, it nuy go ill with
oii, W-siciday, Mr, C. SI. Cooke came inlo
Mr C. 0. Hergsr" olricc taxing in his hand
a line most exquisitely pink-tinted, with cin
lugs of white. Aflei soms-quiet u"j '"U a to
HsU-auiy m raiily, Mr. Cooke csplaiiuil
Ilm he lad iiuuu(actui the unusual color by
ll. lueicsl cluncr, Tlw lose was in reality a,
vrliite "lUltlmoiu Iklle." When Mr. Cooke
Ixwight It to hlsodire, no glas or vase of water
being at luml, he placed Its stem in a Iwtlle of
ltd. ink. Capillary atiraction elemtcU the
caimiue riuid (10m the stem (o the failii-t
pelaUauJ made the iom unique among lis
aiiteis. Mr, Ileigci-tke best of Uoihcii-lu'
m 1 .nl I 11 .( r ,1 i iIk upi nil .Hilly of Ilr.iii
I. mi, t: il., 1,1 1., hi imn.ir, bul rut le.
iiiiiiii.loin tosr rulliiiht, I In- mull i"
veri, ftmny, lint, fir pmrfwitbil ininm, Mr.
IhtRCT clinl lira rtftm r)t rin Mily hour Al1
Inok a ntnlrtl Iralf IwtliMy.
I'lleTliU iMnl arfimilnlfinfes; of the family of
linn. A, S. (ljlrnin re shocked )ftitnlay
mmnlng In licur nf llie tnil.lrn iImiIi of MM
Mlilatn lkiinn,Kis(lmiHiaiif I'linema KiilnUnl,
On lt Saliinlay Miw llainm tlndl hr
Itllld ehatgf oil a visit. Urliiinlnt; hnmr she
nmiplalnnl of avrie enld, wlilrli Mpldlyile
vrlnml Inlo HMHlninnla. tip In ,1 A. M, ym
ltlily iiininliig hm life not ilKSliril of
hy Dr. M'Klhbln. Miss llainei (who wns
prnMlily ii, )ti iirt age hot lielng known
It)- Ihe ClrttliKim or her filrmli) wm Ixmii In
Nletlrmirne, VI1I111I.1, where her paienU malile,
her father Mug n Vnslfiiii clctgynianof that
Hly, Mlw IUiiim had Ihsmi nn liimile of Ihr
I'legrwiin fmilly for five )rnr and iWrveilly
mseaiHl ilw enilrr ennfiilenrr nf the fimlly.
Her nuilabllliy, met nml ability ns n Imcher
lud won llicn.liiilmlliiii of nil who knew her,
and hr lien In the young life she Iml done ao
imifli In guide nny not easily lie rt-plicnl.
Tin' funeral will take place from ihe Itngllsh
1 lunch , In day.
IW. t'enrge I llalicock, lecenlly nl Oak
land, rVillfiitnh, has oiilveil In llonnliihi and
will glie piano forte Irisnns, A riinlcniiornry
lifika of rrofesvir llalirock ns n "icnownl
pianist. The slalciicnt It inUleadliig. lie
Is not a "renmvnl plinM " ninl does mil pre
lend tn lie. What he anilines In he, nml what
Ids reputation assures him to l Is a practiral,
painstaking and loiig-ciperleureil teacher of
the nil of piauo-fniie plating. That is not
only his specially but his itlt profession. I'm-
fessor Itihcock svas for over eight tears a
student of music in Oennany, whcie his fin
ishing kludy was under ('ail Crcrny of Vienna,
whose pianoforte studies nie fainllhr to the
musical woild ns among the scry liest modem
coinposillons of liielr class. Dining a residence
of eighteen years of continuous, work in Oak
land, Professor llalicock taught In the Pacific
Female Academy, Miss Postcn's Seminary,
Miss I'lcld's Home School, the McCliire Mill
lary Academy, Ihe Morgan Conservatory and
In Ihe families of General Kiikham, Judge
liliscock, I.dson Adams and oilier nf Ihe betl
known Oaklindcrs ; and his poptilarily--ln
quiet wuy was always substantial. His heallh
conipells a change of climate, and Oakland's
lots is I lonolulu's gain.
Ilm oihrr f.rnnif.
At last advices the waler supply at Ononic.i,
Hawaii, was Insufficient to lliimc cane lo the
" Kxtreniely dry weather at 1 1 tin ! Only one
shower in several weeks. Some mills can
only grind every other day, getting enough on
one day to grind the next.
On the 35th ultimo a Portuguese woman
was badly burned at Waiaku, Hawaii, while
boring cane Hubble in the field. Her life was
in great danger when last heard from.
On the 27th ultimo occurred n sad accident
at Paukaa. A luna named Hall was caught
in the mill and both legs were criitheil below
Ihe knee. Doctor Wttinor went at once
Amputation will, no doubt, be necessary.
1 here arrived al II1I0, February 2isl, the
whaling: bark Naimleon, Captain Jarcd Jerne
gan, 7 month from N'cw Iledforil, Massachu
setts, and 70 days from Peru, wiifi 150 liarrels
of oil, which was shipped, February 25th, on
the schooner Jennie Walkir to Honolulu.
Two men have descried.
An occasional Kohah correspondent writes:
"c noticed in the last week's Garctle an
account of a terrible murder in Kohala. Now,
we arc unable to determine by the article
whether the Japanese, Doctor Thompson, a
ioliceinan or Ihe sheriff svas murdered. Judg
ing from Ihe number of times the doctor's
name appear in said article, a stranger might
be leil to imagine that he was the ill-fated
person. Light, more light I"
The Caibaricn sailed jcstciday with a
ci.go of sugar for San Francisco.
The Hauaiian lark Kale is in the stream
loading slowly for San Francisco.
The steamship Mariposa, is due from San
I'rancisco (In noon with dates lo the 1st.
The American steam whaler Thrasher, is
the first whalcsllip that has ever gone north
without try works. She will render by steam.
me American liark U. C. Murray is at
llrewcr & Co.'s whaif loading for San Fran
cisco, for which port she will sail on Monday,
iic iiiiioning wnaiesmps nate lieen in
port this week to discharge their oil, viz
Abram llarker, Flcetwing, Mary and Helen
The American bark C. O. Whitmore is al
Allen & Kohinson's whaif. where she has dis
cnargeii a cargo ol lumlier. She returns to
the Sound (o-morrow or Monday, for a return
The American barkentinc V, H. Dimond.
is discharging a general cargo of merchandise
from San Francisco, at the Esplanade opposite
the custom-house. She will return to San
Francisco on the 19th instant.
The following whatesliips, from a cruise,
may be looked for at this port daily, u : lurk
Wanderer, Thurman; bark Atlantic, Mitchcle;
lurk Jacob I lowland, Pennmann j bark Na
poleon, Jeinegan; and bark Hunter, Drown ;
and within a few weeks from home, the barks
Ocean, Coon; and Mars Allen.
T.o .YiMiru .iu'iln.
Mr. Nilson Ilrundagc airived in town last
Tuesday on the W. It. Dimond. Mr. Ilrun
uage was steward of the Nimto, and lelt that
vessel last July at Vlodivostock, in company
w nil all Ihe lest of the cicw, w ho w ere oidcred
away from the tcssel by the captain in July.
Mr. ltrumtage says that towards the last of (he
month the new and iiasseugcis dcsiulrcil of
making the captain return to Honolulu, or
take them to any port In which there was a
I fawaiiau Cousul, agreed to sign clear of the
essel provided the captain would let them re
main on lunl until the arrival of a steamer.
This the captain cs.nteiitc to do, but, so soon
as the uier were signed ordcresl them all
ashore. As the pajn-r which proved Ihe In.
teict of the shareholders were not stamiieil
with either the Kussian or the Hawaiian seal.
those lupers were not recuuuiml bv ihe
Kussian authorities, and the captain, who
could sieak uml write Kussian, had it all his
own way. The captain is now belieted to
hate sailssl lo Hongkong with a cargo. Most
of the asscugcr and cicw got away to other
pons, as netiously stati-J in the Press. If
the captain takes llie Nlnitci to Hongkong, he
win meet Willi a wanu icception, as Mr,
William Warwick, who was soil a power of
attorney front Mr. Henry Macfaikmc (owner
In tiust of the Ninlio), (which iwwer of
attorney was not teccited) will kite souuihtng
10 say anoui me ownership of the vessel. In
order lo pay oft" the cicw, the captain took out
a iHittomiy bond of $l,loo on the tcsttl.
This Uuiil will probably base to be ixild
before the tcssel can be nruteivd. Whether
the captain nuy be punishes! or not Is some
thing for the Uwtcit o say and fur touits to
run 11 iiimmit'H tiir
th ItrrfttlnH ill fii- r iilinrnr lln
llnfl AH llntiril It Ihr I'ltlttrr Ihf
Hritr lilmlnil't llrtnnl (ls
Wji iihtttil the iier
Ihe lilslmlr Hartford has lawn ml ll
gone, for Ihr acrnm! Illnr tflthln lwl
inmiili 1 and llrmolnlan society rft by ih
nirn Jdbmilf anil sljlia lluil It writ not si,
ftortely has had mnch l I Rrnltflil fur
iluilfig iht old llaiifnnl's Inlef stay, 'Phr
social galnlln iluotilclfil a week ro mlinlna
leil In the larenilmi given hy Clmneellm Iwrlil,
on the evening of the jrli iillhtiis, No 10 Ini-
Imilant nn evtiit - from HneWy'a ilamliwilnl -
li,u taken pltre wllhln Ihe twelvt uiofiilit Jiitt
rndtil. Il Is line Ihitt the nlatefmnre of lent
pretrnteil Ihe nltrinhnct of it few strict
(liitichfolk who tilhemlst wrmhl hare aihlnl
lo Ihe wit, llie wisdom, Ihe lumity anil the
fithlmi nf the lullllanl asseinblARt, I hi I I fie
iieilonilufliit Auitilemi element In lloiiolulnn
soclrly win represented by n majmlly of Mrs
most ntlraeilvt' s'onien and lis moat enti-
splrlous mrii, and, although Aiiitrleinia ttcie
n a piimniinenl in.tjoilly, there were preMnl
enough ii'presentnilvei of olher nationalities to
male the iK-emlnn n thoroughly cosmopolitan
lllbille of tespect to A distinguished olTictr, III
gallant associate and lo a win Id famous ship.
t'hlef-Jiitllcc nml Mrs, Judd had plaunol
the leccpllon with the skill of n houi hostess
and a veietnn hmt, 'I heir leaidence it by no
means n large one but all its iIiicImI iihiims
were tltiown open, nml I lit' leaull nude ninple
spice for the army of gucststli.it deplotrtl in
advance detachment ami relays, in skirmiih
line and solid rank, fioni balf-Mst setui till
nearly lulf.pntt eleten - till the last light went
out from the tiny banquet hull deserted, nml
the carriage of the last laggard guest ssru
Throughoiil the teeeplioii was an affair
of perfect latle, nml rare enjoynienl, The only
"hllch " of the evening was unavoidably
the fault of the giKst-in-cliief. When the
other guests began to anise, ulioul 8 I'.M,,
they found awnitlng llicm, not Ihe admiral
but Ihe paymaster and llie chief engineer.
Those svho had not had the privilege of
knniting Ihasc estimable gentlemen were
doubtless gratified lo meet them, and with rea
son ; but to those who were obliged to return
home dm lug the early evening the admiral's
absence was a disappointment.
Those who remained to greet Admiral
Hughes met n gentleman whose hair nml
moustache were while as sea foim ; set of
such en cl carriage, such alcit nml self reliant
bearing, and with a girc so clear, calm mid
collected, that the sixly-tsvo years he carried
seemed to sit him as lightly as lftlieyli.nl
been but fifty.
Ilcsldc the admiral and his staff, headed by
Captain Caiieiiter, the Haitford a officers were
will represented and their uniforms ennstrnsted
pleasantly with the "claw haiiimcis" of the
professional "society fellows" and the
" Prince Alberts " of the " solid men " and
those not "socially 'elect '."
Il is unfortunate for the readers of the Press
that the society reporter of this chaste family
journal was too ill of the fatiguing round of
gaiety in which he had participated during the
week (loo much politeness at ihe hands of n
cabinet minister had disagreed witli him) lo
undertake a full description of the reception.
Through the opal-timid eyes of that estimable
young man tally has n value else unknown.
"the gush reporter cant hold a candle to
him "as the cjnical svritcr puts it. Hut
although he could not be continuously present,
he was there long enough to nnkc the fol
lowing note of the evening's toilets :
",The toilettes worn by the ladles were ex:
ceptionally rich and elegant. Several very
handsome costumes of black silk anil satin,
were noticeable, enlivened by diamonds anil
rare 'lace. Ilut out -slicss was-,uniquc.! In
color, it was something lietwecn dull red
and crushed strasvberr) ; in texture, a soft
riblicsl silk ; in style, severely simple with a
high, Elizabethan collar and puffed sleeves,
relieved at the throat with the finest of
Valenciennes lace. The hair was worn high lo
harmonize with the dress, and the effect was
Some time ago when the Empress Kugcnic
ruled the fashionable world, there was a Fet
form of dress to which everyone adhered re
gardless of age, complexion or style. Hut the
recent rouihsancc of fashion owes its orign to
the English artist and poet, Ilurn-Jones, and
Dante Gabriel Kossctti, who advocatctl that
ssomen should dress in harmony svith their
figure and characteristics. And : " Is it not
more reasonable that artistic arrangement of
color ami effect is more essential to fine i!rcss-
ing than the stcrolypcd fashion-plates of the
modistes ?" asks one of the brightest of
The floral decorations were admirably cfiect
tire, yet so simple and so unobtrusive that the
harmony of the setting of the various rooms
pictures and the like ss-as not in the least dis
Outside the residence, an ample canvass
booth bad been erected, and the land from
the Hartford ami the Hawaiian band plated
at intervals a pleasing programme, the Nuu-
anu street sidewalk being lined with natives
of both sexes and all ages who seemed to
appreciate the music quite as much as those
within the pale.
The bands played the follow ing selections :
KnvAL Hawaiian Hanu.
March .Tannliautcr .. -.,
Overture.. ,. llclittrio... . .
Selection. Naliucca ....
Seleiiloii, .Th Favorite ...
Kauutia. .. . 1.. Dancer's I )muu.. .
. . . . Donixctti
Selection .....Boccaccio.. ,... ......Supi,
VUl.t ........ ..Southern llieeie Ateltlrr
Kuilikia MoJcni Times .. . ,,...llccr
nieuiay rsccnilcitlout di tii sAr...,....Otiter
The Star Smilet! Manner ...Hawaii IVmioI
THE HOI' ON -HOARII.
As announced last Saturday morning the
officers of the Haitford arranged for an infor
mal hop on the vessel as the most agreeable
method of evidencing their appreciation of
many hospitalities. The affair was informal
because veihal invitations were given, each
officer Inviting the acquaintances he Had made
there being no set Inv nations, except to the
king and, pcihain, cciUln diplomats and of.
ticials. Ilut if the lion was itself infatnial. and
clcaily the more delightful for that.Clhu dis
play of bunting In the decorations was cer
tainly elaborate. The accountant ing diagram
shows the relative position of the Hags used,
as arranged by signal- Quattcnimtcr 'I enihan,
The apex formed by the Hawaiian, American,
Chilliau and llrazRian Hags, was just abaft the
main mist. The dancing spaces extended on
both sides o( the 1eck, left from the entrance
gangway lo the admiral's cabin, am) a corres
ponding length and widlh opKite. The
pump cover ami engine room hatch weic
cuvcicd with cut lloweis. These and the Hags
made all the Inanimate ornamentation. Hut
no inoie was needed, The tn ttMt was peer
less 1 00 every side, the bravely of brilliant
bunting-- combined, the lighting colors of just
a score of nations.
Those poitlons of luih the upper dciks tint
were usesl tn dancing or promenade wvie
covcresl with awning. The admiral's cabin
was uml as a withdrawing loom for ladies,
the captain's cabin at a room for gentlemen.
Luncheon was spread In the waul room.
The I Uilfoid land pitied for the dancing,
which held the decks hum 2 till 5 1-. St., ex-
i,, 1, wi 1
rl) . ..i).i! vs.,- 1,1 n l"i l 'x '1
menu. Ihe kinu mm- 011 Inairii .lunou ihe
fiemoem and freetitl h? Ill II ,m
ntUhnMl anihwn, P-stept fat lt fat 1 m
!ffi iwlrfnrliy who had ohslonsly fit 1 ih .1
hmwtlf Mrjft h loft inwnhsVt In return hy
a sprctal boti -la he pari) llw (jowns nf imiy
Martfra iIhMI 111 waiting the afttmo'ifl r-
tleeieit mninal BraiinVatlon fmwi hwiu ami
nri- nn the one html all lias ships omctrt,
on ihr olhtr a Ihnfnnnhly rpfsattve ron.
Ilftgeni nf losvmmlh.
I'he ttonciiajt nmf fwnm wm m follaw 1
Want . .
A. (.'. AtlinlrAl'a Caliln
I C. K. II. Ijieiirt Ilm
C. (Jbtitsin'. (Tallin.
m. .siifii aiasi,
C. V. Cininfii,,ii Ways.
P. C. I'limp Ciivfr.
V, (!. W. IItrAiict (aii5-
i I'. I). I'.s.li Deck.
On Sunday, many of
quietly dined hy reirescntalivc cltlrcns, Ad
mir.il Hughes accepting the hospitality of Mr,
Juslice McCully, fl
On Monday night the palace was thrown
open In the kiiig'n friends, (and Ihonclmvil
cceil cltlrcns who find favor tvitli Ihcr lord
and laddies of the clninberlaincy j) thc'giirts
of the evening licing Admiral lluglicnand
nearly all the Hartford's ofiicers only three of
the ward-room mess rcmiiniug on Hoird
Lieutenant Cominaiidcr Marthnn, Lieutenant
Hutching and Doctor Dixon,
Tuesday morning at o o'clock, the Hartford
steamed out of the harbor, bound for -San
Francisco extieeting a voyage of aliout 21
days, all but two days under sail.
On reaching San Francisco, Admiral
Hughes, Lieutenants Gait and Carlin and pos
sibly Lieutenant Nickels, will be detached.
The admiral will lie 02 on the 21st instant,
and, according to regulation, will lc retired on
that dale. His successor doubtless ha lieen
named and possibly may now be asvaitinf his
arrival in San Francisco.
TUB AIIMIIIAI.'S NAVAL CAMPER.
Rear-Admiral Aaron Is. Hughes was lmrn
in (or near) Elmira, Ncsv York, March 21,
1822. He-was appointed acting midshipman
In 1S3S, and made his first cruise (as lie Ins
nearly completed bis last) in the Pacific, on
Imaril the historic frigate Constitution, at that
time Ihe flagship of Com. Alexander Clavlon,
Capt. Daniel Turner being in command. In
1S42 he joined the brig Hoxcr, ami served in
that vessel and in both the Pennsylvania and
Ihe Macedonia until May 12, 1S44, when he
was made a passed midshipman and joined the
frigate Columbia. His next ship was the
Michigan, then on the western lakes. In l&ig
he went to the receiving ship Notth Carolina,
and in llie following jear was made acting
master (navigating officer) of the sloop Albany
In 1852-3 he served on the receiving ship
Ontario, and in the latter year was made .1
lieutenant, joining the Irigatc Decatur in a
memorable three ) cars' cruise, slopping at the
port of Honolulu from Valparaiso in 1S55 as
many old citizens remember. While al
Seattle, in Puget Sound, in 1S5C, Lieutenant
Hughes and a small detachment, supfxirting
the lieutenant-commander of the Dccatur.'Svas
cngageit in a desperate ngiit witn a large
number of Indian. (about 500), the sailors
gaining a complete victory. In 1856-7 he vva
on the receiving ship Alleginy, and in 1S57.S
was executive officer of the More-slop Supply,
then in the African squadron. After the out.
break of the war Lieutenant Hughes' first
service was on lioard the extraordinary man
of-vvar that was improvises! in less than twenty.
four hours (April 23, 1861) from an ice-boat
cmploveil at Philadelphia. In Octolier of
tSOl, Lieutenant Hughes took command of
the Water Witch, and in November (or
December) of that year his ship fought, single
handed, for nearly an hour, the guns of 1'oit
Morgan (at llie entrance of Mobile Hay) and
those of a uitsked battery supporting it. In
May, 1862, (being then in command of the
gunboat Mohawk) he shelled, and totally
destroyed, the town of St. Marj's, Jjforgia,
because of the aid and comfort it cxteiidul to
rebel marauding parlies, cadniinalVig iif nn
attack upon a detachment from hi. own vessel
In 1S63 (commanding the gitnlxut Cimiiiaroitl
he participates! in the attack on Charlcsaftrt,'
111.11 was 111c i.isi iiuporiaui engagement ill
which he figured. He was made executive
o'ficcr of the Mound City naval station in
1S55, and liglil-house inspector of the South
Carolina District in 1S66. He was made a
lieutenant-commander in July, 1S62, a com
mander In. November of the same year, nml a
cipt.un in February, 1S69. The first ship he
commanded after gaining his captaincy was
the Iloston. In 1872-4 he coiiiniandetl the
l'cnacnla. IuAiK75 '"' uv,s made a com
modore. In Inly; iSSj, he was commissioned
re.ir-adiniral, am! took command of the
Pacific squadron in January of last tear. Al-
though still active, vigorous and competent,
Admiral Hughes acknowledge the justice of
the rule which retires naval officers at 62, and
"makSs room foi the yourigttcrs," The
admiral has a wife and children, residing at
Ills home, liis'cmvlcli, Washington County,
New Yoik, and Is said to lie a ilctoteil bus
band and a most exemplary parent. No more
"approachable" officer of like rank ever
tisited Honolulu, ami the impression he hat
left upon those so fortunate as to meet him- -
lie they Uliai, gentlemen or cJiiUien hat
been an cxltcmely pleasant one.
lion. S. N, Caslle has caleil (he wilier'
attention to (he Tact (tiat .it. T. ,l. Coan, a
urn of the late Rev. Titus Coan, oflllhi. at
present a New York magazine virile' ami
editor of Puluani'k "Topic of thcTjuies"
seiies, was conncclv.1 with the uicslleal Haft" of
Ihe llaiifoal iluiing n portion of her' gulf
cruise under Faiugut,
All iuteicsliii note in it-gaul k) ihe Hail-
. . .jj'.TTfci(e).' .'.'.,... ,'ltrirtl
' '"""sPJnitwl ... . , ray
.1, "PJHJ , -, ,, , , latnsainen
fllaa Sf III HerSaj,, , ., , rawer
CtunMlJh , raiiet
rfetMMi alir ilif Kalia, , , ,
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A.ft Q C.C.
si 1 is mi,
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m. afs''Mairs.jM, 1 T, 1, -,
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l"''' ' "t;Kr ''' y btiii '" 'I- mi 11 1
, 'Iniiral I aliagm't no 1 i,itji,. passigi ( ,
mmiwipjn ions ri-ptinmi ny ihe Altrri,w,
of tall Tnasly, Afi '
mtnlrorwit by life 1'itv ! mug ihr Ho
tWt, linn imty lit imltly iirm r f I "
itnt f'nmiiMniltr Maitlion win. ,1. n. 1
llMt he alMiftl the rffl ol ilir iron adn osl'
ptilea daifhg by oemfijrlnK ' tiin In ih-
llHllfotil "a lleglnu itniina hr inoal niemotable
Aa revhni!ytalal. fhrtoflIrwardrrm of-
IVtri now on the llailforrt wtti not Iwi ll
)tir, I.ietilciMiita fiatt ami Ctitht lie (oily
)Winj gwtlemen who fonnl aptneetallv wel.
enme wliteTr lhy iiwde iterjiMlnUiliCea,
Captain llmwn ol Ihe slilp'a ifMrtli- -fam
illatly mInioI at major- etlrMca with Lknilfn
lit Marlhon the Jonilar Imnnri ol the miss.
Doctor llmntfoid it an ArchrcoloKnu of tw
mean dtailnitlnn, his iwciIly btfrifi andettl
eeiamlea. He Us l-on employed on several
r ration Knit) Wcll wnik for the Hnillln
Metllml Intpwior Klndlelxiger baa a wur
icoril, Ikmi In Ohio, Scpti-mlur 1, lHj, lie
wm appointed nwlXanl sitrgas-in lo Ihe stoop,
iif-ssur 5Jn Jitclnlo In 1851). During the war
wn in lite action of P01I Hudson, DniMkl-
siiirtvllle, the foils of Mobile liny and lln en.
iiruntef wilh the lebel ram Trnoeiwe, Dar
ing the gietit eailliqiiakc nt Hi. 'I'h'itnas, In
October 1807, Doctor Klmlleberger wa In the
steamer De Soto, which nnimwly enoqieil be
ing wieckrsl, In the Mine vear lie i-'c!vcil
hi npMilnliiient as meilical Irnptclor. Doctor
Klmlleliergcr It an artist a well as a physician.
lie brnis lilnitelf an "amateur," Iml hi work
Is of sufficient value to win the appreciation of
1 esircneiiceii an nriitt ns .sir, j, ir, nirong
- , JsAljho two gfiillemcn exchanging skelches. Some
01 the iloclot work was seen by those who
vltilcil the Ilailforil'a wnnl-rmnn, ten nncl
licing Idled with sketches in oil, chlclly inailne
views. Friends anil acquaintances of Doctor
Until, our Fourth of July orator last year, will
he Interested to knosv that llie present medical
intiector of the Hartford divide with (he
surgeon of the Ijisex the proud prc-enilnance
of being Ihe handsomest man In the United
Stales Navy, Apropos: Two ladle rut in nn
ingle nt Judge fluid's, reception night. Doctor
Isindlclieigcr bent hi stately head lo answer
Ihclr bandiagc. "They say you and Doctor
Ktith nre the handsomest men in the navy,"
" Ye, they used to chin" us on the subject in
Washington; and what ilo ton think ?" "How
terribly point blank you arc, doctor. Ilut I'll
lie bank with with ton. I think you arc a more
handsomely elegant man than Doctor Kuth,
bul lenity, doctor, "I think Iic'k rather more
Of the other and better known officers much
truthful gush npproprfiltly might lie written,
Hut a volume might not make clearer lo the
appreciation of llonolulan society the manli
nest and tlngentleinanlincss which have given
the Hartford's officers a place in the com
Inunily's remembrance that no other set of
merry iness-malc may ever successfully usurp,
Ihr Qnt'rn'M llntjittnt.
At the regular quarterly meeting of th
Hoard of Truttecs of the Queen's Hospital,
Marth 7, 18S1, aflcr reading of the minutes,
the treasurer made a statement of the finan
cial condition .of the hospital, showing a liah
aucc of $001.23 on liand. The trcaturcr was
instructed to request the minister of finance to
pay him the amount due from the treasury to
lhcQu-cn's Hospital on account of receipts
from passenger tax,
The physician's" quarterly report was read
and ordered to lie published.
Honolulu, February 20, 1SS4.
To the Trtnltti of Ihe Quttn'i llatpital;
GENrLKur.N : I have ihclionorlo submit
the following rciort for the quarter ending
I'curitary 20, iss.1
a The nutubcr of patientsjit jresenl in the
fiospTtal 1 711, viz.: !t(TIlawaiianf, 25"inales
and 21 females, 5 Chinese and 2S of other
nationalities : 20 luyuv
The number of admissions during the quarter
was no, viz. : 41 Hawaiian-, 21 males and 15
leniaics, 12 uiuni-si; anu 57 m otner nation
Discharpcil 82. viz. : 2S Hawaiian. 21
males and 7 females, 1 1 Chinese and 43 of
Deaths, 12, viz. : 4 I Iavs'aiians, males, 6
Chinese and 2 of olher nationalities.
The causes of death weie as follows: con
sumption 3, bcrilicri 4, debility 2, hemorrhage
1, paralysis, tetanus I.
The highest number of indoor patients was
S?, lowest 65 ; daily average 72. Numlier of
The numlier of lutients 'reateti in the
hospital was as follosvs: Deccnilier, 18S3, 10S;
January, 188), 101; i-cbruary, 1SS4, no;
calls at the dispensary 507; new name entered
111 iltspcnsary Ixioks 49.
The visiting committee made a icimrt satis
factory as to the condition of the Queen's
Hospital in general.
The committee appointed to reqiort on Ihe
feasibility of reduces) charges lor maintenance
and treatment al the hospital of indigent pco
pic was granted further time.
The secretary read a letter from the Portu
guesc commissioner submitting a projiosition
by which the established Portuguese Mutual
Hcneiit Society, might uiliciule in llie funds
appropriated liy the legislature for the use of
foreign charitable societies, fcr the K'nefit of
their indigent count!) men. Nn funds K-ing
now at di.ixisal and a dividcil opinion prevail
ing on the subject, the lioard referred action in
A letter of Dr. Trousseau's was read," lend
ering hi resignation as assistant phtsician of
the Queens Hospital. The resignation was
accepted, to date from April 1st, thus.t vacancy
occurs In the medical slafiTol the ho.piial to be
filled before the close of this month, to which
is called thcatlcnlioii of the.phy.iciam of this
The Vice President appointed Messrs. K.
V. Adanii. I. S. Walker nnd C. Uhinles Ilir-
Visiting contuiitlcc of the ciwutnjf Ihrtc; month.
-. .- , .. . ,. ... ... r ...
The Young Peoples' Christian Temperance
Union met at the kindergarten roonii, March
4th, for the re-election of officers. The Union
lias been organizes! six months and has enrolled
one hundred and nineteen members, only three
01 wiioni 11 lias been lounit necessary tu drop.
Ihe following officers were unanimously elect-
tl t A11111 J. llreese, supeiintcndent; Kolieil
W, Potluiorc, assittaut superintciulciiti Olie
Swain, recording secretary; Sarah J, Dickson,
C0!ieioiidmg secruaty; Frank J..'hapiiuns
treasurer; Thomas Kolt and Fiesl Granniv
uihersj Joseph Cow en, librarian; .Robbfc 'S.
Moore, assistant librarian.
The following committee wcreapjiointesl by
the supeiintcndent: Mis. Iaac Mooie and
Archie Sinclair, on literary entcitainincnt ;
llcssiu Dickson and Ella Moore, bn' music:
jr. ami Mrs, Dr. I lagan, onpiintingi
It was uivtnlmously deckles! that a tote of
thanks lie irtiirnctl to the folios ing names)
peisom, who lute so generously ilonatssl book
to the library ami addeil so tnalciially to the
pleatuie and Inleiest of the toung (K-ople of
the Unioni Mis, W, V, Allen, Mr. Iwell
Smflli, Mr, A. I- Smith, Mi. S. N. Castle,
Miss Sarah King, Mrs, Dickson, Mrs. Powers,
Mrs. Oilman ami Frcsl (irannis.
A niusicale wa giien at Oatnt Cnllestc last
Thursday ev cuing. The progranime tucluilni
fourteen numbers, vocal anil insiiuuicnlal,
Careful tiaimng wj. cvislent. Tin? only ad.
Yl-tsr ciiticI.i.i5Thj4 seems called for I that the
pupils sli-med A slaaJ of mure force auJ ilur
actcr in their (cuJliloiii.
Hr.itf tltittt .Yrir
,.i I ,
Ihi' lalleslo t'liall
thai rvrn Ihr ' pen
" N le lo ;lvr
w ifltlr. In fan,
in, of fmirte, the
so Paiiy. at . .-,.!. 0, ernt of I'ltmlum
1 I' 1. unit .11. n. Mr. l)HMtlsrri Is llr
1 11 .imi ,ur,,r ,,( n Isan m tcttt In I
i.tii, -mr.vth ami ojwn, saetty fitlasl fr (awn
fmn and oin lf nt. Ofi llnsse t(iMtow
1,1 1 n' to-tiny will h fijwttl tn 'eftcintn
ii , pselsiremqiw, imttiI. The
infMly lilitmloej crn'ptH, Hw etMUrnlIn; arxl
i-elllitt tatrn KitnN, the rn-rsenkir arl ptrs
(ifnng foot lull, the otwlar ' t I loos I game '
of twe-lMll, Ih alluring Melelle, an-1 the
enticing ride-range, with inany oilier out of-
tlnm gmw ami spoil, eveti the rwme where
of ale known only lr Ihe Ingenl'XN ilevlter
Ihfmf, wlfl Ihj firnHlMsl lor the ammemtnt
and entertainment of visitors. In Ihe way of
rcftwhtnrtiW for the ' Inner man ' (man k licit
used in ihe geneik. sense and embraces all
est nnd gs), crMimlttg, wioanme Rebecca
at her wtll, In true oriental bower, will fur
nish lmonvle aivl amU water to all thirsty
Jacob, nml all oilier who will cro her
palm with diver 1' olher ReUcoat and Rachel
air-l Delnrahs )nt tM winsome ami jmt at
charming, will serve the cooling froen cream
ami loollntomv cake I while faithful Martha
will serve vim atich brown brail and hiked
beans ami all the accessories of a genuine
New r.nglanil Hup;ier that, were It not for the
mrionmllot: nlui tree and old Diamond
Head in the distance, you would certainly
think yourself in llie old Hay Stale
" In the evening Aladdin, ami setcial dun
died others, will bring, not I heir ' wondciful
lamn,' lint lanletm, and the ground will be
brilliantly illuminated, so that all game can
be played after nightfall, at well a In the
afternoon. Saccial attention will be given to
the enleitaiiitncnt ol children In llie afternoon,
The gale will lie ojieii for the reception of
guests from 2 o clock till 10:30 l',M, Suppers
will lie served any lime after 2130 o clock.
HiisineM nlen, of course, will find It useless tu
go home l dine, as all their families will I
at Woodlawn, mi they nre icciatly invilcfl lo
come there direct after Inisines hours, and the
ladies will serve them with dinners from 5 to
7 o'clock. Admission to the grounds, 25 ccnl
for adults, and hall-price for children. All
games, except bagatelle and target shooting,
free. The proceeds of the entertainment will
lie ilesotcd to the purchase of a much needed
piano for Oahu College.
" Mr. Jame Dodd' regular ' I'unahou and
Waikiki ' line of busses stop at Woodlawn.
In addition Mr. Dodii will run his large four-
horse bu for the usual fare out lo Woodlawn
at 2 o'clock, 3:30, 5 anil 7 I'.M.; and at night
butse will run inlo to-.rnst 7:10, 9 and 0:20.'
So write the gifted gush reporter per
mitted 011 this sjiecial occasion to editorialize
in the local columns. That most ton amort
of writers forgot, however, to say that Music
Doctor Ilergcr and the liand will play during
Tltr lnlrr-Ithiwl C'riMV,
The W. II. Reed returned from the second
preliminary sounding of Ihe channel between
Oahu and Molokai last Thursday afternoon ;
and will probably proceed to Kauai cither to
day or Monday, lo complete the initial work
contemplated by the projector of the enter.
pric. The sounding so far, have lcen made
as follows: From Coco Head to the light
house on Ihe southwest point of Molokai (and
three other sounding lietwecn these islands )
from Pukoo, on Molokai, to Kaanapali, Maui ;
from Nuu, Maui, to Kawaihac Hay, Hawaii
The greatest depth found in each channel has
been as follows : Ilctwcen Oahu and Molokai,
3S5 fathoms ; lietwecn Molokai anil Maui, 145
fathoms ;' between Maui and Hawaii, "1260
fathoms."! rf the'Channeis-between this island
and Molokai, and lietwecn the latter island
and Maui, four routes have been sounded ; in
the Oahu channel, the second route being
found !ot. The Pailolo channel between
Molokai anil Maui is shallow at best, and the
Iwttom is, for the most part, sharp coral. The
company have received samples of three ocean
cables from the Maintenance Company,
Siemens Hros. and W. T. Henley, all of Ion
don. The cable made by the latter company
consists of six small copper wires, insulated by
being carefully w rapped in hemp. The hemp
is surrounded by eighteen galvanized iron wires,
each an eighth of an inch in diameter, covered
with tarred hemp, the diameter of the whole
being lj inches. It is of course necessary lo
make the shore ends of the cables much
stronger. The thickness an I length ofthese
"shore ends" differ according to the character
of the ground on which they lie and the velo
city of the currents to lie resisted. Sometime
"shore ends" extend for several miles, and
arc made from three to ten times larger than
the cable described or cten largcr. So far,
the work of Messrs. Jackson and Freeth.'has
lieen fat ores), by fine weather. It is to be
hoieil like weather may lie met with on the
trip to Kauai, and tliat the whole endeavor
nay lie crow ned wilh business success and
The ifoimilil Jtljtrn,
Last Tuesday the uromotersul the volunteer
military organization to lie knosv n as the II ono
lulu Rifles .met in the hall of Hngine Company
No. I, to consider the correspondence received
from King Kalakaua, Minister.; GBssoi and
(orernor Domini. The letters received were
in friendly approval of ihe plan, but suggcstcil
certain necessary conditions which had to 1
complied with before an organization could be
cffcctesl. The name chosen a good one in
every resvect was sflggesttd by llie king.
Thcxtcnhincl council ncceptcsl the petition,
iiuvciiioi 1 roiiiniis niasic suggestions ess 10 inc
form of organization. ' (
The Jblkwing ,ijentlemFRcie;. eiegse-iP tu
10 iutirie-iis.-r.uvv omccs lMiiuiV'HH organi
zation : James Simmons, prcUrsseT ; W, II.
Aldrich, vice-president : k'rarnt GoUfrcy, sec
retary; M, t;ittirtl.iie.iWr$ J. TI. Kiihcr,
William Ungcr, and W.U. Aldrich, drill tf-
structors. The following gentlemen are the
couumuce on constitution arm lawn : .Messrs.
Fisher, Ungcr, Aldrich, Shnonson ami J.
The present roll numbers 59 ; the comple
ment will be loo members. To fully equip
00 men with tires and fatigue uuifonus,
lilies and accoutrement., at least $2,000 will
le needed. The ptomotctiof the company be
leite that this money will Wraitesi among the
mciclunu who cannot but rccitniie the value
of a military company of young men whose In
terests are bound up with the business ami
property interests of Honolulu. Many
whose names are already on the lull' have
sertesl us officer! 'or privates in the National
Ciuaid of California,
It is likely that the uptr room of (he new
Lucas building on Fmt meet will lie the
aiuiory. The next meeting will probably le
next Tuesday, on which occasion Ihe men, so
far as profitable, vtill Iw sized into ranks ;
and other necessary' preliminary woik ilone.
vThe wakcfojfisx of .Mrs. Hank Dovling,
at a late bun Mt l ucwlay ntebl. had much to
do with iWJvu-scnt safstfy V the building be
longing' to the Honolulu Alhwic Association,
Mr. !Xi4hiZ Whu njltncd by hi wife
I" l i vr'1mifr T"ffgjfc fT1 ,nc building,
It) the hall ami fljriit ihcUauie wkhoist
ll'ce. Yeiy lrttl-uati)t,e-' wa Alone,
ssiaUi'ce. Veiy Mile- Uaw)t,e' was (
aiinawwii tun 01 inc itutx wo nuruesi.
II' 'rl I , SlM-tl ,
lliitliww tl nM mmrrt 'Hualalaa at oV
tMS'rfla Msie r it tit.
dt (brnliy Uh Mr. '. I' AtM m ssartlwi a
tm bt tA lr UrM 1 Patam, ia-in iraaW -
Item, ews..Wnr a4mi tm aoe) nnhM trtf. If lit
Kif ,ih Me r tm rtmf a ty faff
. ... . w .... ii 1 , r 11 1 n ! , wy 1 mi ieiy,
fa ia en.,lll Mvt, le kMA oin mej rrfUd
UM ,(., t km l.'l'lr a,tiilit),aai m. inn
ir()m In ssfM trtlmit wt i tr'fkmt l it-
ltar tttl, mM nf or awnnn tots lu Ik i
MlfsrteW M imhssiI a40ftaa, nilrmn urn
matVael Ittttnm owllif i nu-M ttM, hom k.ft
'Iht iantm4HiwrMiKfi'aM'irilMtirti bar
Uert siwoliai tm.rfend llh try iIh , lalal ii,a mt
al Itmtt atwHM af M. (In Mwtbf at Wl
Mrf "IT liiut-. - isa U m l awnk
A re IrMMMtWM m Msli km trt' r ),
the "l few Jar, lii'ilrt v Im al fa) MM'ts,
t,lrt trfMt nut hit i.n eowsfiSse ( If
I'ralKleei, t lataM, vaw4 at H,'m.j I ,
a.y-HI CaiV, t;iat.7l i H4. I,Jrr
alucal rtlil,3..sv TM Alaasaata un am mait
IJllI kt iA irljss jf nVt, wzw. IUi M.iir aMp.
mtnlt ufftu e imht er4Vr a lis iiiliis
m4tmt4, nihil ttwf il,, rUm't"tmn" efpi
t.Hl.K I- ht Mi, 1H1 tf! h idly oil
llrf VV. II, timiinl airltvl nn 1 .. heat neat
Hsn I'limii"-, with fall iiih A anit1 -
stlw, aiI rmmirslMt, ste. f Was, O, IriHn
Im Memr Mailt wa m Vm tvtlaf ws rM
n I'iiwIm, whhdaiMtvib IM tamuii.
'111. vtMltewlialtfi lliii week kate tie tl Mrt
rtirrenef feveral J lm eaas Hit wt L u.
uMt m Uiisrf tAnt imrih.
'Hiere wat, at utut, no m.etfit; af the ftViek lit
chance last WttliKtrtay.
Ka at tA, v h, trim taui4rio.hr ,.,,,,,,,,,
l-lnau,sira, Kinc, Itutn HfamrA wy turlM
r.iiiiksi. am, miw wsuina ,
I wsUnf, ion. frmo Ksual.
ManurAawal, ath, hum Kt !.. . . . ,,,.
W, II. Kee.1, alia, (rvtn trui,.... ..,
jv-a V.ttnrt Am wh IA, MiDofiJ'i,ffNn efs-Ut
Alsm tlakrr, Am wh tli, 'I oVy. fssat crtrx
Meelintf, Am wh tx, Mre. (nm xfulee .
Nrtlie ilrtrill, teh, Inm Jjliiln., ., .
Waleliu, aeh, Irom Maliltt.
W II. Iliinvnil, Am Him, jloujktl, from
Jsan Kralidwa . ,..,...
Wattiulu, Kb, KIMinx, from Koloa
Ua Malted, um. Freeman, fr&m Kauai
vValnuASlr,, atin, fium Waimanato. ...... ,.
Kinma, sch, frcMn IfeiLa,... ...... ....,. ...
Mary and f lelen, Am Mm wb lk, Hayes, from
ffsxlhcm t Jjbt, Am wti IA( MeKenaa, frtMl
Cruise. .......- . . .......,
Oiea, Am aim wli Llr, CtAtnn, fnvnt cruia . . .
W, II. Kui, aim, fruiilok
M&V0I1I, atm, hiMtrzor, ttota Ko9Ju.,....
Ielisia. arm, Ixirtroxn, Tm liana aril Slceefeat
I'.uaf,!, Kb, froin Kosial .,.....,
KekaufusJil, vji, fiom llanalel
AUtnn!j, Aki S S i! k , Tor San Vnn&Ko, March
lUinlsQw. kJi, fur HooUu , '
Jai MaVscee.itni, Frmtmn, (m Kauai ,..t "
(ien Sifff!, ch, fuf WuiiAne. ....
C K IJivftop, urn, IavU, tjr IfamaLua.. . . '
MoloJii. urn McGfceof, fcr KuoMd ,l
KiUuca Hc4i. ilm. for KawIki . , , . .
I-cliua, .tm. Irfmn, lot Mtvlvlta. t Haia "
Waiolf, Ktj. fur Uoliko M
! !aritcJ, O S S Canrritr, (x ba Vrtmcb M
Ilanicr. iinf lat for Muiaa. Koru, Kau. "
Kifiau, Um. Kin U iiilo and vjr porti .
IwaUni. itm. CauKroti, fsr Kauai
WtuLai, vM, (or Waialua. "
Wakha, Kli, fjr Maliko M
Ka hoi',Lhf (or Laupabochoe. ... ... '
Manuoltawai, ch( fur Kanai ....
Jenni Walker. ch, for lliii... H
Ih S. S'UlLam.t Am tern. William. for Hunv
Mary Altec, chf for ilok-Vai
Nrtti Merrill kJi (or laaliaina.
Calerioa, kJi (or Ifanotci. . .. ... '
KauiLeaouIi. ch, fr HoooVaa .
Krnma. ich. forlieeia '
Eureka, Am blttf, Ie. forSaa IraticUco... M
Caibaricn, Am bk, Hubbard, for San KWKbco
Merchant Vends Now In Pott.
Kalf, KothfoM HavLk
CO WHiTMOtK, Caliaoun ..Vm bk
UJ MUKUAY. lierTY Aid b
W II Diuond, Hood kit AmU.tr
VeiseU Expected from Foreipn Porta.
HkCMex, Ger. bk.SflCA. 1 lUlWr,
Uue April to-l $. llacUeU tc to., aircntf.
Glasgow, Knt. bV, IIiah Wut
Due April i-s- G. W. MacfaiUoe&Ca.. ajEnttt.
JALUIT. Haw. Kh.JULU J'ripp
now uue. t r. uwxc, acm.
LlVERrooL, llrit. bk. Clak Gkamt ...
Due lone wo.
New VoKkt Am. blc Akaie Catvaa. ....Pcukltoa
Lue. Aunl ik. Uutle h. Cook, azentk.
Sam Kkamtiwo, Am bktne Ditcorrar Peniman
Uue i larch io-i j. II. llacUeU & Co, azad.
ItOKCKOtwG llrit bk llkaUft. A.., .. .. .. . ... ,,..-
Due March 5-ia H Haclcfeld t Co., afectt,
1'orr I.laicklv. Am bktne Amklia..
now due. Allen ii Kobirrioa, ajentw
New castor, NbWAmtcTo Kxctixsiotc...
Loading Feb. 4. agenti.
Nehcastlc, N S W, --Wallacc
hazdinz KeU, 4, Wilder fc Co., azcni.
San Fkanciscd, Am. bctne. W. G. Iuwim ...Turner
Hue March 10-15. "- - Irwia Co.. acenit.
San Kakci&cd,j Am. bjtue. CoiUixo. . . . .Cvutini
Uue March 10-15. t- Irwtn Co.. azcaau.
San Fbancjscd, Kru. a. a. Avstxaua Gbeu,
due March aa, II. liacklfed k Co., AtTenta.
SVDXEV. Itrit. S. f. ZCALAN1UA . . .Webber
Doe March 16. II. Hakfcld & Co.. azcat.
IJostok, Am. blc AMrTutUwiK ... ..Ktwtll
Due June t-5 C, Hrcwer &, Ccatcta.
Micronesia, Am. bjtoe. Mohmikc iTAK.... Garland
Due March 25.30. K. O. Hall Son, genta.
From Kauai, per MaVee, February s A WlUoa
From Maul and Molokai, per Lkoa, February
Mr E Jonej 11 Turion, Jr.Fraok du Pre. WE
llrrell, Mrt ri-her.
Frora Hawaii and MauL per Plamer. February ao
Hi Ka PfNeumann, W Smith, W CornweJl, Mta
naneu, vco x. unucinui, j iay ana wut,
From Maui, per Kilauea J loo, March 1 D Mc
Gilfin, ) Travk, G Sbyton, W Kei;Uj-, G Ti)U and
Flora windward Porta, per Kioau, March 1 Thco
S L Stoi. Geo liV.ie. F W Glade.
r rom ban t ranciwo, per 11 Uxmond, Mareh 4
L.t i..w.u .nl.l.,..l.i1. II V..... K ii'ili..
Frank I S)mmca anj dauglukr. It .Ncttcr, R Wilder,
Mr L, iitonuiv. A Koude, -N w Vnxn.
Urundace, Ch Drrma,
lor Molokai and Miui, per Ulrja, MaTth 3 Mr
Fitch, P Itcnboiv, Dr Arnin Dr Stallard, C M
White, W It lljaUead, MU I Jones lilUie, K
J ones and wife.
For Maui, iter KiUuca Hoo, March 3 R Wrisht.
C F Phelps, J And-rtgn, J Trart, T MmL K Cl
fellow. It Cook.
For Maui and Hawaii, j Kinau, March 4 Mrab
r i'.t.i. fi.. r.. i:i..- 11.. i r
v. iiaauu, a urn osastj .. m, ,i . vni f j IHM
inUanJ 3 aeiYants,b Roth, J Auniin. K w Irtufd
and wife, W U Green, Jr. FW Glad. W II CurnU
...I.I... .kau t f ( f..t. 4 .L.I I .-
aUM uUaUi w . tVtCUUfl BU UtUlI. n 11 fl
dun, W K Seil. W O lisw, llw. S G W'tUer, II R
I ft I tiaVs mtWaaHIM, t AIiUM UCaUa.Vl, J
HcleuUe, Mr '1 bbwe, T H tiller, T Gay. Mr
WaUtr.J KaUma,C U Weill, M' H IlaOey'w 1
ruMuuo, j .m xiornsx
For Kauai. Drr IwiLuu. llari.-li j Gov Pt1
Kanoa, R AOklne, wife and thild, Mus. C G Ruaw,
V, I) bchmidt. Miw A M lxri. G Tcoib, UN
WUcui. I W llahu. Ii SoaUatriUod. K Mutt..
For Hawaii aiftlMaui,pcr llWi, Mivh 4- HU
LinifuaVa and wife. Janiu Kaac, Mr M K Gwin, W
M Pctntcruy, M ..tuan, J Cubiatuia, Mia rac
mcftur and twrtant. Kcv A O Fwb Kev G U Deha,
Rt Father Leooor. llruiber IWtuahu
J For IMt loarJ,i D. S. WiUUtm, March 4
Maitln Laancaifll IttiwrkhMA.
For San Frmctww, r lolaxii, March 4 M AnJer-
atvn, j Jiuin.
lor ban Francuoo. vtr ALuncda, March Dr A W
Se. A Merry. Mr S C Whally, 1 child. Cart J K
Wticuand ue, Mr and Mrs A -V SmtVc. t&M aU
RUTK, h J bhW, W Y WlUlAAi, C M KCHD). U
JsrU. J D iltsler. II Tuilon. J,, S Way, C Musglea,
1 K IWler. II 11 ItatUwKl. liLn &.. 1.1.'
lite, C K tVillL.au aivi sUuzater, )ltsa .Vudrrh, Wat
IllUaulun, JuUraul, Mr A (irsM.CaU J C Ahia
vismb, lfe aikl lUuihlert, K II afueiuw. 11 I'
KaUcvia an wife. I V r Ubei, Mrs M V II Jliljiaisl.
I- C J-ks, Jr. j I) rUmscy. U C Mi,U, f
il. W.H, S. rUMHIUI,,. IIMUUUD, J .ItUCf.r LU 1.
)aa Keul, VsstLen, J I itlleti, .iC and , crukbxit,
KaUer, Chat lis.)-. J Cb.il. wife anj I task!, C A
Wxlv. Ira UnJJuw, Alt binf, si Sl.Jw.m. A
Thuiaon, J S Samoa, WOisl.av, It M M,V,,J..
Causnu, A CiUoa, Mrs K Msry. V iitn, II
I"ru San I'niKuoa, tr W. . DiasoisJ, MarcK a-lu-lu.,
VeU aotl law.: LvuaaA Unr. ita tulea
"txr, il efciaat Sieflsinftt; K Utile, its l
teeU; ItVf.ul tarfc. Uiiil; Ii.tu ' li,' si,
SSStkM.. - ' - - - 1K.UUS.S. lubl.
... ".. efw fm iw.y- wvmiu, aeat.lt
im; OausUitSk 0 Co. 6a bSWUlas I c u&, I c
uber, lLinJiu Itjosllruv HI , tisKenet; li
Sta.l4,Uu efTo, litlea (uy. It Wa wait, I
-.-' .... .m e.
..... .C m. T -j .. f . i..--"--
leaiber, l ee.i
Ukll u-UUiv, J Ulet csrfLan, j e aMkrv, I .iuu.
1 uisjka. It hor-s es.wj, , WUi f K loJ.r X Co,
I) h. 'Au.I.; VV lUer 4 lo. nu 4a feej, ssu la rkue,
I ca rvtaaa, I, (At buea; Mclattic llisas ill act tr
Ceaset; lutie t U(i ewtt. l t cnA,ein. U
alclMiar, I C .slx; Ctsuxa. I Mm, jM -ia skIx.
Tor San 1'isiutM.-.. iwe IoUaL alareb. i-a.tal.
swans... SUt.SljtJ. r
tsw bjM rraJtMacu, po AImJ., W.ei,lSl
bit sui-i, ft ike, yS Uk.. (mums ) t U.IU
bUs III al .liitt, Wi srveey aViw, M ill tore, it
IMletgst atslas., 9.s.aA.a
laMnhimuui, ur tMarelaManatJ 4'4tha,t
tura tvl Uaa:t rK. a,aV.sc7.
Tsiulcr ore vvuilat for llie buiti)i ol
twelve cartt fur use ! the uosuhhsciiI, iitant
svaM sH.-dlwstt(cni at the iultiioi oeficc. , AU
fo hc ctcstiod of a toutt tmstwaitit tsvk Ui at
fcsrar 1 nulcrs fsr l.itli kU mu4 lie saln).
tsusl la Uiure uesl WfJueadav.
Al I.- Ist tatjUftt. ,4 II. K. I, Hati 7r.fiUlair,
OH VHflHBMOAY, MAItCII ii,
A M .w a Ih( (MMV4 U
Kim mill Hun IJiiluhiiihrn,
sa M. a 11 CK-.,
MA7IVH MAIH, TAI', AMD 1(1 KIX
IIIH lluM.IIrt i,l HnlaiiH.
,,.i , , tLitumHk, aw tnt"-, ei i.
tattv--fi.a. La ana atntswau.
Kirra or m:n kooh i'urn iturc,
CllAlK, TAlll. r.,
I'm r In r riiriiltura, Hlil.txi.rJ,
'It- sat M t- tU im I..,.,. Iu!.
Ii. V.Alt, I Ml,
. .1 mtlHnr.
OT AT KAPIOLANl I'ARK.
On Saltiritv, Marc
Al l mm al Sslrwrwea I iJ1frf M ttKtJxi lost I
tA Urwi i Kafaaifca Amine, (j.;. at Ua K i
KasaahtiHl, nApt.tA lo KafrJUtu I'aik anj UMtMvtlat
tmtrtUi llii., .ira. )anft a fuiMwe &( r, IVri
tm ail aeeaat. ail a ilejali ul On trt. Il ikwiMi
lift lA 1ll le ittiestlr otorxht the tat Ulv-2
int b Mr. Cecil I3.9an.aul . Ilesaun.
fh Trustee of ih. lnsMr K.tM. ha UiJ'ua
urntlKt anar, tack iIh, lut an thai it .ill list, a
fremtaaecMliea ilmte Water can L" tMtll In
Imi '( anestan .il Irkmiial Is, Jauart CaaqAiell,
Ktq 'Itlle irerfel. TerMaCash.
vilrrtm ill l'nrrhurr'l HrjHtr,
K. V. AIM MX,
npilE GENUINE ARTICLE.
COLUJIHIA MIVKR -SALMON'
Sitlninu Bollloa. 1883 Catck.
Joat rectived from 1'uelJ.m!, Oie(ig hy
CASTLK h. COOKK.
These Fish can he relied upon as Fbat-CUtt.
RS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 79 Fort Strtsat. Hoaoltslu,
IHIOatTta ADO Dl-Ati l
I'artM, AUnrlitiirnlM, Oil unit Amvrltt.
Wiirrr and the Luht-KckkLsi: N'cw Houe slshli,
Howard' Machine UtiiUt, all aiuis
Csetketr. Sill, in all colon and dm :
llarUiur'B Lane, llvead,
CUA'a O. N. T. llachia. Cmim.
Mmt. Dtmorntt Rttiahte Cut Pajrr Pattern
Dealer in Kiruis,
Ce'Sf and SrtiktllaC Goola,
Shot, IVwira, Car.
anj ilur Alloc Carraiua
Kr.itiisr.sy. sruriLs. M ..fc
5einz-Stachiw, Lock aad Gna-Kefairii uutalr
alleaded ul L,'
'HAS. J. F1SHEL.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Cusxra KOKTa'ku HOTCLSraairs...... I M.
Cuiu.m sIKKCIIA.vr tsu .S'UUANU Srv. U.
Croats IIIC.II AXDMAI.S'irtait.w;ag;lM1
E W GOODS
fT icsiti aa.
1 fanha Ha.is,-"ll.llu
M lu ipuss" aJ .4W taia ,
. kf ' '
" n - is,
IkMon Cud .Vtatctttt,
IXliVNUkS a. KOOSHW lA
LuUkalirt OOa of alt lladt,
p- . ,: A s-
Cast NaU. lU Jun, sjjl
Clint U Ka'dt. all atMs
Csatut Waa. w WW
Ov... Kaat CUis
BrsM. Sutri, W caaee,
Vi,a llaa-a-Uc IU.l..ufj t'eTa,te.,
l-aa.' IttMAllaa llwaa.
H awh V.al S-irt -s
lf Oeaas KaecMrs,
Ijmsi V4..rs Us hiad. A
Cage's Oeaaasa.. AakA,ca IteeJaiM.
C.se'a C-cueuM ml, alailMrt Suit.,
tlcslia a lh.ai.tisl anistaa sa tha I Utsl. areata. al.r
li ctfectesL saot ar U "SvaMt, aM
tJet sutevMAl U
HmWm lUrrl Htrm nml Nreatlera.
Wah tsu HanJIev eWaaat asad fvwla.
AH lUx kvU U rMal U It twvef Utk atur U
ita Ca HALL 4 aOJI. UJ.X
QOleK.kl-riCV(sm,.,.dl a IwaLj lUeL
O bmI U-l wiMuaiMnal IIIUSs. O. tHitn
lt A4i) , Hsietuut auaat.
. r, . itrer
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