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Mmtg-ftrii iri.r JcTLIIB'jCT
The St;Jiuia B. Allen bat already beguu dis
tj"S hr trs-. .. .... .-
i a r - - i - f i . t
ii. I Mr .1 r Mkid, r H C Mai. MrU sOirotvrTill. Mr
1 Harm .and 2 rlui.lrD. Ui 11 tiryuullrr. Mr J VVltU
kuoki. Mr U.-Uvur Mr T l M.-Mtr. NlrK Humcr.
I Mr W b Urt lurr, JTr C k.Ml.u. Mr A fiiuui ami U t-..
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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, MARCH 17, 1883.
XATVhlfA Y, Mr.,
There lianUcn no , v.rvt .j, hi l.-.ia.i..
circles ,liir. ,ilt. Wfrv v,,, .! e ,inUHUa.;v
large receipt, of .sti-r.r ii:;!i..-date!v aftr-r our lat
"n" Hllll.lnarv Was null, n
aj proaeli of
me t mi or the
in i-a-li L-.isjn.
At 1 .
it:i ;er : nai,. a. t .-,'!
ai.d a! . .!!-!. unv J:ii-it.
:,ir" iv. I-urturi K rif 's s: -..
turner S:n-z artived la,: 's:.i..i..v, !,rin.M.- v..i
i.in i;fir, i.n.-crHin',' tl.e trdtv. a.!-., a
pm-lly h..j.,,!v of store-an I o. r.-.al men hand. ...
from the Coa.t. The W. O. Irvviu arii-.ed .
hnrsd.iy after a dreary pa,u;r.. of 21 .law.
The Lady I.amp.,i,, J. A. 1 lkii.l.urV. Sarle
Hansen, Cail.ari. r, and KiUki.ua. air all o.cr.U...
Adver- wind and calm a.roiint for the l..n pas
sant. The mail r-atiir Zealand. a i tlio- to-inor-r..wr
with dat..--. to the 11th instant.
The ree-iptt of donieitio prodm-v for tee -k,
r.,n,j,t f SniAR, pk;r : l:i-r l..op'.. . :
Pally, :vc, pi,- M..i..ii..h. V l.bl.
Th- export. f..r the we.-k con-ist of t!.- i a:-; i
taken hy the vi,;tt and 'itv of S Jn-v f.,r .m
Fraii-U-., ot an a-.'-re-at..- value ,f lUJ.i'.- '.8.
The S !iua. Dakota and F.,re-t ie-ii are iiiid'rr
Sio'k.-4 ar1 ri-in'. and
the Kf.H-khroker. t-. U- found
healthy condition t,f atXairs aII round,
i TV's horro-itad of tie- lat C. T. Iill:nu'i:aiii was
feffcml f.,r nal-r during the we k. Iut failing to
fetch the rcM-rvt-il tiure. it wa nithdrawn. Two
lots will he dd t-day Ly Mr. K. 1'. A lalia.
Commercial and Market Notes.
Kmou.-t ox Siuak. It is stated that a eoiiihina
tion of grocers has Leri funned, who have jmr
r!iasd a lare ijuanfity fif suar in New York,
which is now enroxtV for San Fraiiei-e l.vai! round
the Horn. It is exjsr;.l there
if the venture is a prolitahlc w
a!n: t J it ft.- ; and
it : f-.iio-.vcd
,y i.tht rs or a like character.
If the i ri n t rat of ir.er a -.e is inaintaiiK-d f r
another year, and there is iio ri-. ;-".: wtritwil!
not, tin- I.' mted States will iinirt n-:ti!y )'.) Coo..
CX i.und f cotr'.-e. If rfcij.riK tty is had with
Mein-o. th irditctioii ii tiiat country v.ill l
Htill further increa.-eij. A cart fill tin'ly of the
rotTe--Krw in-4 ind i-try -hows tiiat the production
has ln'coru so lar'c, arid the cultivation .-. widcly
distrihnted. that a cotTie famine is a tl.in of the
Jast. and o are prices for the artu h- it-elf.
Ilte rccrij.ts at Salt Franei-co of fruit
from Tahiti, r j re. rut a lar-.- i mtii. The
frti.t is rireivid in excellent . nditp.it. and
judin frmn tl.e crr.ud of nater fn-nt on
lookers at tl.- ili-charxiiiiC- they duuhrle-s -i;ri-ider
it fit fur tin- h. I lis of the usual tri
eal character. It ccrris t'M had tiiat we cannot
h?p fruit from herein any 'iintity or vaii-ty.
Hat S. F. Prices: Alfalfa. l::.f T'. 5lo.;();
wheat. j-M.irt) r,r. 17..V: oat-. SFJ.mi . .l."ii: hai
ley. nominal at ?1J f-r. 1".
Iiv a process nirnilar to that u-eil for preserving
other frrdts. oranges Lave r-."atitlv 1- n nc;t-SH-
fnll i-aiioi d and shinned. T!
1.1 it i 1 -. led and
broken into its natural s'ctii.n- I
and wlo ii taken out is ju t r a.'.i
F.aitcrn exchange thinks ti.at rn:.. 1
r ne. An
llkt lv l i ls--
cotnc an ini;-..rtan t industry in ti.e orange-growing
districts of California and Florida.
P.li K. There is a good shipping drmand in San
Francisco for i.-lainl rice at 1 ' c. ami a few car
loads L:v gonr forward at .c. js-r poiiuil. Tiiu
latter w a. for extra lot, cleaned in San Franci-co.
JoLLt rs are m Iling at 'c. advance, and we a;-:i in
note 5c. in a je)hing way. In China and mixed
rice the market is without change.
Stock Quotations to Date.
Ficrtmo ur A. . K1.1 n, n- t :d c, i..
I'ar. Asbil. la.i. s.,1 I
Houotaa Soi?ar Co .i$ .. $ .. i . .
Kilanra iiir Co...... ............ isi
KnletSnjir ( o Iimi I-ii'i
Maker Su-ar Co l'o
nkiltsni,'ir Co !'
Jltlra siunr t'o. ioo
AV'aihrt- Stii'ar Co Itxsi
Haikn uiar f............. ."11
Olanalu !-n?r Co n HZ
Waianan Co In) ... l-0
Waiiuaualo Minar Co lO) 1I' 1 1 j
nomra Sujar Co. homls. ...... -'OO "SKI
Kobala r)uirr Co. ................. . .sh
The Wailukri Migar Co 'ii'O laaj
Union Mill Co ltx
iiiar Mill Co "0
Kt Maul l'lantation Co JoO 270 .. a."s)
tirot Kauca l iantatiun Co........ '-'"sJ .. .. J70
I'acitlc Su?ar M II 3a)
H iwa ian IV'I Tel. jhonr I o.. .... lo .. .. j
Hawaiian K. it rssj 5 0
Kabalai R. iw ioo .. 500
PORT OF HONOLULU, H. I.
A It It I V A I.S.
Mir 9 btmr 3t. kolii. MiSin.nr. from Knol.iu, Oaiiu.with
7i t.m ricr arad 1UO b4 au--r
btmr Ivllauea lloa. Sear, frouu Kahului. with 11
Schr Kuianianu, from Ookala. Hawaii, with Jo'i
Schr I.lholiho. froru Koloa, Kauai, with l.Xj
h iii su--ar
Sr.ir K --nilao.'n, from llaualei, K.iuo. with (,)
Sltur U aiiiianalo. Nelson, froin Waimann'o.
Ualiii. with 4,s has -.ni;ar k X Mils molasses
11-ntair l.ta.-lik-., Ktn. from Mani and llawa.i.witli
MTS hao auu-ar ati.1 11 1 kc -niar
Si-hr Nettir JI.-iull, from lhairia. Maul, with 'Jio
Si hr Mamiokawai. froui Kleele, Kuilai, with :')
II icl.r 1 ahi. from Koha'.ah lr, Hawaii, with
Slmr Haiiiianalo. Nelson. from Waui.aiialo, Oahu,
with 1 sii'ar.
S. hr Kaala. from Keolau. )ahn, with .too l.a ,'s
ait-ar an-l S hid 11 u da-sen
II s, hr J. lin e Walker, from 1'apaikoii, Has aii wt'.u
I si jo ha ... mioar
Schr Mile Morri. from Kainalo. Mid. .kai. with
I-r - u..ir ami 'J ! l l luola.e
Si-lir Khukat. from liahm. Halm, with -ITS l-aus
chr M,f. ... fr. 111 KiM.I.oi, al.u. With .'0 ba-.'s
Un a ss l a .- I ran
1.- -itnir Jarnr Vlakre. M. Donald, from Ka il,
it!i ii.-JO ha-s mi.tr and loT hide
Stmr -Mokolii. Mciirrijor. from Koola-.l. Oahu
itii .K l.a ail.'ar and ."s bas rice
-chr IlaUakala. fr..ru Finrk.o, Hawaii, with
li'i'O t'.ik' fiiar
.-chr 3!"i Ke.ki. from Kamalo. Molokai. viltli
2ikl ki ituar
jjar a Am t. rn Vt.irv Iio-le. Faul. from Sari FraT;cico
11- !:r -tmr rae." IshI I, .s .lay irom Sn Franci-eo
M-nis-ii'iK of .-T.luey. liaru..rn. Is',, days from
li -Arn t''tiir i Irwin.'.l ilajsfroiu Sail Fraudo- .
HKI'.t KTi: It KS,
Mar to JOhr M .i. f -r Kaiwilahil.ihl. Hawaii
s. I.r l-ohoiki. f..r l una. liawnu
l:--tiiir ' 11 I'.ishop. Crnrrnn. for Kauai
.Mur K.'la'n-i llo.i. .-. ar. ..r Kahului. Maul
-..,- u.,1 In M.o .r.o.ir. f..r Hooiail. ahu
I I tn.r Waimari il". Nelson. t -I V aliuali il-,
.-f ur James Makrr. Mi lioiiald. for
W aiauar, t ahu
Siur l.ikel-kr. Kiiij. for 3! nil ami Hawaii
' Stmr Iwalaul, l ate, f .r 3laui and Hawaii
rrliT Marion. lor Kiik-nhaeie. Hawaii.
hr 3:iiu-ki al. for Oaii iitiaulu. Kauai
P.-hr Kamkraoull. for lloiiokaa. Itawail
y. hr Kt kanlu- hi. for Catiaiei Kauai
ll-si. hr I.iholit.o. lor Koloa. Kauai
S hr Kaala. ft r K'x lan. uhu
Schr Fhukai. for Wai tlua. ih'i
Schr Kekaul'iohi. for Haiiah i. KauM
. br Nettie Merrill, for Cahaitia .Main
1- hr Kul-oiiatci. f T t' .kala. Uawau
chr la hi. tor Kohola'.; ;'-. Hawaii
H-.r7r K.piol.ni. I'..,..-- I. tor ..a . una M,u.
It! Schr 3liU :a.rr-...l-r k-.lupa:.,. M-d. kai
r, m i
I dwar.ls, for Vaii
1. ii. for au l ian-
-U It 3 si ....p-ol-wai
... rf-va.r - i-tan.i
it V' i'.tv of Syd-iry
A j bktn.- Ins.-.
IVrrim tn. tor S-ati Fr-rn i
KoKKii tkii:k. i rour.
J.. -ehr NlUltJ
,l!,,n b.irit Ilr:i---inr..
, H iii.-on
XI .tu irT br.
... ton leikoti
fr t i A'', ram n Cl.apnni
Am t k Forr...ii.-". V 1:1 ii. g
Anib-'tae s.-liiia. Miller
Am trrn M F M.uth. Johnson
,n acl.r l aun.mla, ll.tgin
fr bk Jubtl.tr. l
M teru Mary F. VU- raid
Aiu bsta- W O Irwin. Turner
! s 3 f.ackawanria. WiUet
' .- -.'rs Wachu. tt. Pear..n
H H l S Swifta ire. Aitchison (out-id-)
The Suez sails for the Ce.i t-by
r .f domestic prcKluce and -hi bids.
with a full
oil ei 31. rv
., . r.,i.;lee is sti.I U
r order Lv
The C.wttysbitrg is a vaitin
The 3Iary L. H"dg
has discharged h. r lumber
freight. ,piring the week. th.
Man.i E. Suiitb. the stmr
Lel.ua and the stmr.
Vr.iieis.-o. I r Wm H Irwiu. March II ..Jl
fj'a ?"j .fhrioms; 1 cseblacki..,'. 1 U-.f . so M bucks
br, KibW '"lis cor.t.e.I li .lis cm, 1 crtr
63cand 20pk-s u , raisins. 2J c eaum d fruit.
cTvkry.0 " dried fruit. !c p.. kle. Tiles
33 cs c.nnnl meat-, .,,,,U. ,nd iks bi t-aah.i.'ii.
co.1 3 VT lU Ca felt frames. 1 lkrf hardware, M tons h ,y
4UT flour bbU. -iJ i , 4 bx, In.cl .nun, I bbl
;Wbbllime. "1in,iJ,.Q.csnut oil. 10 ca lard. 30 .-
liijuors. ' -; t. .,5 c, pot.t.. 3 c, paper 1 lii
,riou i nt l bbl and 1 katf pork. 11 bbls, 15
p..rlbley.6 pair.M 1 4 . j J Wet, 11 tcs
V.bbl J21 H-bbls. and 10 i-bbls l.r l. 17 r
ban. bmCTic , l"bl-wHskry. CO c gin. 5 bxa soap,
chrr 50 ' iZ atari h. ks salt. J c sar
10 ca PAriTir"i2. 375 lbs tes. 6 c telephone irLstrururnt.
f white ki, 33 c. y.Mt powder. .lue.
I ri.ru San I'm:,.
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-i hlnan. I.n'iVi: ol i rain-'-,
ar t ai.'l 1-
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I ;Iii'- W ii 1 r win, Tui ii r. n.a-t
i I.i ft
?an 1 i o. Iili uarv -'-'i; 1 . I r-t !a iia-l f :v.-ral l-- N V
arel le rtii' rly win 1 an 1 .'I ' in;!. - w r,- ri . i 1 -. I-::' niiiiii:;
t tl.- -i' r, .iiii .-i-vi-ji '1h -i u vi r i:-l.t :W wiii-l jn
! vai ', il.Io ut all.. an 1 in" t in. a--.ml w-v !,i-r t 11 . . il.
i ami otily Is mil. i r.- in- 1..- m on.- ilav. Two ilays 1" t -re
! r a- t in;; this j.rt t!.i r- w i . an tn i i-iy In avy r-weil r-
m -a in 1 wi-ii w ii 1 m l-; amve I in Honolulu l.arbi r
! Mr ti 1 'ih . ,1a-. out .
Kr Jin Vinlwar.i Torts. r I.;ki '.ike. Mar h 1 1 - ; 1
rrkir aiil wol-. I It Sat. is. U' li 1 ' :ii. ki I, ham. i II
V in-!' Hi. in. . I 1. M.t narv.' 1: .) I.iiin-. U 1 .Mouiit. W II
H il.ui', 11 l:..;;. r-, .) i ' lt-.l.i rt-on, II A I.i.-. oinli. C U
J ike.-. .- II Mat, uka. M i oire.-i. .pnn, l.i ii.-hit. .Mr- A
4 lla-ilili", V loiiiii. u.i- in 1 2 i 1. 1 1 -li u. " o lium. Mis
Tl-urlv, Mrs V Km.'. -Mrs II Knili. lalii. Mi- M 1 in. W
: I'm',,, k. W il l.ni v. II M WIm'iuv. A-av. Al.ui a C l.
1: . I: s l:. 1. I. i. a-. . r..il. VV f .1,. Iii. -ton. il A
li- ii. 1'r i I. I it -1:. I i.i;,. r r. irai-' f..
'. 1 r-.in au I ran. i, o, pi r z. Msr-li II ns Marj
Al. I3ii..i-r. '.:. .-V...-.U i r.N J. i; T l.i-'.,. j.. Mi.-.- Jt i.i.ii-Arin-t
r-'f.;'. 1. 3 --nut n. II I l:..l lni. wifn an-l lour i lnl l
isii. l; I'.reiiliam, I i I. Iill, M r- . M l.mi.,u mni I i tnlil-n-'i.
M rae. Oi White in.-n, ", ilillun I -.Jan !. r-,i:inl IT
For Kah'iiui. ) r Kil.vna lion, Maicli 1' lit ILi v
li"! of iloii-ui.lu, i i Kill. J it aiizaii l 1 an 1 about
I r in
lir .N tri .- M . i- r 1 1 1 . .Jar.h li Mi J
I r-. 111 Kenl. per " l: I;i-h' . Mar. 1
van -. K .-n.ilair, iu, lir I lioiui
34ra .rn.n.-. i- l;i, huiou 1 an. I wi!-, a 1
For Kauai. T,er C I; losl,. ;,. M tr. h 1-'-
ian it. II
rt i. i; r
!. i, -I
O. nt-r. J A M.-.itt. i V. .raie.u. I. . Woo :
lii-h.o.. W I S, hiiodt. Mrs II Wala- r and i.l. -..t
rr.-tu Sy Iney an I A ink iaiil. j.i r ity of .-j.lin
1 I I'ano l li- in. :!.-, inliiu: a-i I n-ir-'-. A il am.:
fouler, J Patrick J li.Hinciu. W t !'-. kliai.i.
For San I raii'-i-eo. r t ity of Syiluey. M in li 1.1 Mr
II .N-tiiiuur, W r i;n, kinl.ani. V c M r- ry. K--v t .i ln r
-ll.-U'-tiar 1. .Mr, K C .loh 11-. ,11 . ch.:i mi.i .-. rv int. Mr- :.n 1
li- Keii".-;-. Vr 1 .art ni.i r.f . W I-' 1 ai i 1 n . 01 :i . ' 11
li t. lie. k. I W i'.-hei. T 1. .1. lir. . . I-J I ish. I. -. 1 ,,:,, ,
A I.e rdu.r.;. ir . J 1 hi III 1; an 1 s. rvani.il K li rn-y,
II. W. M.--rani r. I 1' K i-tm.iu. .Mrs r, A Kapham ant
: iia i'ii-.ei. ii A .Aruoll, T li Mn-n-r, ii K lmv.-r. It vV
i lalev 1 horn ji .ii. I, A i hit. . r'c I.u. a- an I a -on, I;
: 1 l.ill:e.s,T Aiexan,!, r, 1:1 i". Ik. Mr. I' II Cook. , T U
Walki-r, -An.- ami child, T U s,iri n, .Mi jln-l lnx, T J
lor K.i'.no. 1 r Jatii". M sk.e. Mai li I: K A M.n li..--,le.
rkiM an I nurse. .li.- l;:t-. ii ami an n.t lin k.
For Mm I riHi.-i-. o, per In iv. ty, March I ! J K JinK'e,
A Wil-on, V. .skT-y-r. -I t i-hlioiinic, lr A n:'a:in-iaiu, .j II
(iilinor and win-, F Aili..ii.
F..r Maui ami Hawaii, i-r I.ik. like, Jlarch l.T W II
t -111.11. 1111.', C N AriK.l.l.il Iio;:. is, W II Uolmes.W ICassie,
II A I. us. I'm! . i: A 3b Ini rny, 1: i: Morrison. W II Uai!y,
M S Mil. hi. .ii mid neice. Il A J-cott. Mi.-s It Mn 1 I. 11, T
nil. noli ;-. I' .lohn-on. .1 Kill. lan, .Mrs A KcL i. 31 U
C'.rreit, 1 1.-1 ti it I I li. ill, wile, cinhl. aiel titir.se, J l.ieharil--11.
.Mrs C I, Wiijht. s. I'.irker and wile. II 1" lialdwin and
. .,i:ilv. C I'. M ik.-e. i' s I luiiri. wile and hit I.i' W ht-.il-
r.:."Mi. M il I.ei-.i, .Mrs p X .Makee and ilativihter. iir
Vi-i. k. i lieli an t 1 I hitiaim li.
For Maui ami Hawaii, pi r I .r.ilani, M ai ch 1 ; 1 U Hald-
:n. J Count II. 3Irs K.iwew-hi and child. M i-- I. ami E .
Kawew-.l.i, I: 1; !,..,ih., Mi-s .Mary l'aik'ila. 1 Chiiiaiuan
an I atnit 10.1 iie k.
Cr.'iii Snu Fraiatsco, j . r V.' ti Iru in, M nrcli l. 3Ii- '
llal.li and - steerage.
. Fr.-iii Kauai, jh r James Maki.e, March hi- H Center, X
Ci.lnii.it, J A S. ott, 3 Cluiianica and IT deck.
,m Kii i a t:.
I.UilX.v r.XRKIIli ItKlN :1AU l)T -.t t':e 1. sid; n. e iJ
tho I. ride's ttther. Hi!... ilarcii :ird. by the la v. 11. I'.
i-aki.'t Mr. John liohiiueiioi 1 o t Mi-t l uunu 1:-uilmr i;,
ri.li-st daui-'hti r of J. 1; inh.ir it. tsij., ina:ia.;t r 01 the
31. -KEN.II-: Ml'UOI.Si Iu this Cif.-, Mr h Tth.
by lliv. It. II. l'ark.r, J. A. 31cKcliic' to Margaret
OK AT US.
ITMMIX'IS-AI Vuldes'a. (ieor.'ia. 011 Ihe 17lh I' b
r.iary, lir. 1 iscarns Samuel Ciiiuuims, lute of llomdiilu,
atd il.'i ycais.
HI' KKItTDN" On the ::rd January. Iss:;. t St. Kil la.
.I.lti..iiriie. Australia, l'risciila llosknio, v.i-low ol the
la:r I.i. i arl I. r.ickertou. of MeH'OUrne, and nuither
Kichard F. lli. k.rtoil, of tins city.
SIIIi.I.A l'.i:it III Iri sl' ii. eii Jauiinry d l!ii. of eoii
est:,i:i of the luiiil. i !ie.,d re llllial.tr, i f .ill Flall-tii.-.i,
MAHCH 17, 1-vsd.
HEWS OF THE WEEK.
Th-Mi -i.iiow is Palm Sunday.
Tin: mail js-r S. S. Zealandia is due to-morrow.
Mokolii will t.lle
another lot of
h per t-i 3Iolokai tliis afternoon.
Tin: Hakakala sailed for Kaupakue.i m ar Hih
last Thursday, and reiurned ytsU rday with a full
had of ugar. 1.0'l packages.
Anrii-'toif the Ct tty-b.-rg cleared at the Custom
II id-- r;v-.-ral days ago. sin- is -till in port, and is
expe cted t i sail this afternoon.
Otis Cirls What shall we do with Them V
will L- the theme of 31 r. ru.i n'.s Sinid.i evening
sermon. Servici. Sunday inormiig a 11-ual.
Wi: regtct to learti that H. P.. 31. Comiui-siidier
.Major W.-dehoUse i i ouiim d to his h"U-e by an
attack of illne-s.
T" I ) a 1' will f..r the iii'st ti Is- observed
a a na'.ional holiday in commemoration of the
aiiniv 1 -ary of tin- bit th. lay of Kaiin haineha 111.
It iai-..t. Patrick Hay.
Tin: ri pti' ii that wa.; to take
..ti 1m. aid tl.e Swift. ure was post p.
'lied oil lli'i-i'llll t
of th- rain. It will take place ti
-dav at the .-a:ue
).-ur a- an 11: '-'I for ycsicrdjv.
Tin ii-nal i"spl T in 1 ranee li.ceiing will It
in Id 111 the ! tln l Vt -try room at half-past si veil
o'clock ti is evening. F.vcrv body is invitid to
J. A. Cummitiits
will ; f a Inaii at
Vt'aimatial'i to-day 111 honor of the t t.iccrs ol
n.H.3I.S. Srtiftstne. The sl aim r Waimanalo left
i.fle at si o'clock this niorning with the holiortd
ouests. io.-lud :ig Hi 3!.ijes:y.
Tin :::: will be to. m::-ic this aftci ni ii at Finnia
S jiian ! cau-e the band isi-rdeiid t g
malt il". The Sw ifi-uiVs band and the
Land v.ili :ivc a combined i-.-iiceii on
e-.eli.ii:,-. March lVih. at Fmma Sjuaic.
T.n: I;--'P d Cricket 31 .itch on lie
uro ::i I. '
. it 1 1. iv oid.tb! y post 'In d oil aoc 'Up t of t In
take place oil board the Saifl-Ule this
a! 'i i :i "il. The match will takeplac. iiiallpl'-l-ab:h:y
al-'-.it Wedte biy or Ti. ;r-day next, . f
whl -i due notice Will Is- given.
( Till i:-nw evening tin- mii-tingof the. M.
t'. A. a held iu the lk'ti:-l Vestry. L-v el end A. O.
l'oi I lead an I Is sax on Aliiu.-l:t. t.ts with rcial
icfr:i :n e t-' those which ought to 1 e prov ided f--r.
w!o-i:i 'h-v wi-l.id t- attract to :!,- As-, elation-
n-.v to. m. Wi- h' l.l over .i;r : it -f the
proceeding-. It wa aim am ed that the new hall
was i xpt ct. d t i 1-e ready in time for the Annual
Meeting of ti.e Association t be h. Id th- re. about
the loth or lltli of next mouth, ami art aiige meiit
vete tnad - f r .b di -at -iy iX' i i-es and a mu-ictl
tiitcrt liiuiitiiit with a
A i-Assr.N o n alight
Ali'.olani Hale, having
!ii a cirri.c
Lb u there fi
in t roii t . -t
ill the post-
1 t -a o .bm
si . - s. :u.-
. holds Ollt
about " a
I-.. t line p I i i-
d:lin - are
s into ti.t-
. lli. e. He .hop, in i the
a hi f ire. Toe driver,
thing gl Ti in the eve of
hi la'.- (ar.
twoilimi ami in'lt;-r -"iiii-:!i:!i
it-r."' -.!i -;.i--" t . i.iiiie lim
, t : b t me have th'--.- " at th -a :
ing out a handful of ch mge. The t-.
Ium 1 d back and tie- pacngf r d,"
.It ivi r s halel thri e tivccilit pieces.
viiih t he t e.u.i rk. "' that's nioie th.'.li
31 .1..1- Let v.cll eiiouuh alone.
Tii:: iill.-'i' iis s'lvie,.- at the L 'man Caihoiu
Cathedral .luring Holy Week will be as follow. :
March is. Palm Sum! iv High 3ia-s at 10 a.m..
with a ili-triluti .:i of bha-e I blanche t" the eon-
3lar.ii 12. .Maunday Thursday --II igh Ma- at 7
a.m. Wa-hing of the feet af .1 p.m. Portuguese
t-ermon at 7 p.m. Native .-rriiu ii at s p.m.
v .March -Jit. (i 'od Friday Service at lo a.m.. with
the singing of the Pai.n. and -olemii uneoveriiig
t'f the cro-s. Stations of the Cross ; t -J p.m. Eng
lish erui-.ii at s p.m.
.March 21. Holy Saturday High Ma.-s at 7 a.m.
.March 23, Easter Sunday titan. 1 Poiitilicial
Mass at 10 a.m. Continuation. Losary and Ueiie
diction of the Llessed Sacrament at 3 p.m.
xv.a the y
:i,.n Lr. i). S
Ii-WS of the
:v. ! ;.t He;
i;:K r .-J s
IK-. Ilxcclh ;;t v
Saturday la t.
ft on I - ar 1 f
!.t on .Motidav.
ill fi. :
.ed at in;.
ad of Xiinalii
l y luUtak--.
i . .fai-;a i: f
l!i. a -.
: u i d a v
T.i; S. S. (
i. -i.s i f :i!i:e.
f ! r ;ii loiie
Mi:. J. S. f'l'.inniiiio-. ha- kit in our otlicv piece;.
f s.-lue kinds of f.ells. Lrouyht v from feet
,!.. w ti.'- uifa- of the :i"iiud at Waituaiialo
al.i re 31 r. Arnold is horin for va'er.
Tin: ii-.-;..l Tenij-t ran. e meetiii at the !'
Church on Saturday eveiiitii; la-t. was led Ly Chief
Lii.-inei r l::itteio'i th of th- I'. S. S. Wachu-ett.
It a- hii'i ly attended and much inti rest evinced.
The S. S. City of Sydney had not ufliciciit -tate-l
o.-iu io-c.iiiiiii" lation for all of her pa-.-eim'ers.
This i-one of unpleasant ie-u!ts of the company
not having a reserved space for the Honolulu
A I i-.i.kk I'own iecurred at Mr. Hal-nad's Mill
at Waialua on Thiu-.-day c.f la-t week, the top
roller Lf ino di.-ahled. The necessary repairs ):avc
Lei-n made, and the liiill will resinned grinding i n .
We, lni -day.
Sn iniich rain ! as fallen in the Makawao di-rrict ;
i it Maui dining the? past ln..lit!i. t!.at on the lia- j
inal.uapok.i plantation w..rk would have W-t 11 at a i
-land still prohal'ly had ii not h.-. n for the railway ,
recently put 01 opeiali'in ineie.
I I mav he of interest to the flieiids of Captain
II. Wha'lley Xieholsou to h am that, that olUcer
ha- j::-t Leen elected tout of 1"1 candidates! to
fultil tin- post of Manager and Secretary of tl.e
Junior I'nitcd Service Clnh " in I.ondoii.
0 Saturday night hn-t two expresM-s collided at
the coi ner of Fort and King streets. One of the
horses. K -longing t Captain Cluny. was severely
1'iereed in the breast by the s,haft of the other
t Tin: .h ath of Lev. T. F. Taylor of California is
leper:.. 1. th.-i.eh we have no particulars. 3Ir.
'Ta.vl. i- luaiiied the oldiist daughler of the late
Lev. .Mr. Thursl. u. and was fornn 1 ly Seamen's
S Chaplain at I.al.aina. and later was the iirst pastor
of the l'oi t Street Church in this city.
' Av extraordinary p'destriau feat, and worthy of
r. eo; ,1 w as js rfoi mtd on Saturday last. An Fng-I:-h
oentleliial residing at the Hotel, walked fo the
Pali and back to the Hotel ill two hours itnd a "half.
Iiv tin far the lust time 011 record -so far. Who
will the next to try and Is-at it?
T o. Lit 1 arrive, at San I rancisco on the 1st of
March l'l days' passage; the YV. II. Himond on
J'M February. 1 1 days from Kahului ; tin- W. H.
3li-ver and Hesperian on the 'lth. davs and 21
ihivs respectively; the Suez 011 the 2i'ith, S days and
Tii :: late Theodore Shillaher. who died in Tres
den on the 11th January last, will probably be
remembered by some of our old residniits. He lirst
visitsd these Islands in ISIj or '10. in command of
j a ve.. el from China, and continued in that trade
! for several years afterwards.
Sr.VKKAL deserters from Ihe I. S. S. Lacka
wanna vvfre escorted on board their vessel last
Saturday. They were marched to the boat in
irons, and Police Olliccr Fchllier, fearing a repeti
tion of a previous thrashing, accompanied his
prisoners in another boat.
Mi:. Liamkl 1)kane, the affable and gentlemanly
. purser of the steamer Australia, came up a pas
senger by the City of Sydney, accompanied by
i 31 rs. Deane and her daughter. They proceeded to
Ma.it t in the I.ikelike. and after upending a few
weeks 011 that island, they will proceed to Eng
land. AVe wish Mr. and Mrs. Heane a pk-asant
tune during his well earned furlough.
A ni:vv edition of the pamphlet containing an
account of the Coronation, and the attendant
ct-ii liioniesand festivities, has been issued from the
Pacific Oowkroi l Aiivkutiskh .lob Ofiice, and is
now for sale at the book stores and the office of
this pajn-r. The now edition has been carefully
revise. 1. and will be found to ! very interesting.
Tiif. Honolulu Cricket Club Lax- had the 3Iakiki
r.cereatioii (lioiind nicely cleared od' and they
commenced practice there Tuesday. They expect
to keep it up during the week, and play a game
on Saturdiy n xt, commencing - -! p.m. The
practice games during tho week v.ill login at "
o'clock p.m. tack day.
In addition to the ets.- r.f -:.i:.i containing 20 1
tins found day before ycstei ii... in a half barrel of
salmon. Fort Surveyor Morrill has secured the
the balance of the shipment, making in all, 100
tins of opium in 0 half barrel of salmon. The
party here to whom the half 1 .ni ls were shipped
disclaims all knowledge of them, and declined to
enter them nt the Custom House. Tho value in
San Francisco of the opium seized is jfsoi).
If seems almo.st a pity that any of the beautiful
shade trees in to.vn should be cut down ; but, to
make room for line buildings iu the business part
of the town, they must iin- ' The two venerable
hao trc.-s on either side of M'lnty ro's store-yard,
on King--.: rcet. should be preserved, provided the
awkward little stsp-up in the side-walk beneath
their shade is graded oil' in some manner.
II. It. 31. S. 3luline sailed '011 the 10th for liritish
Columbia. Her sudhn departure is owing to
reported trouble with the Indians in that locality,
lb r orders were expected here some little time
ago. but owing to some delay in their trans
mi Ion. her officers were enabled to t nj iy a longer
vi-it with us than they had anticipated a t tirst.
Tl.i y made th inselvt-s very popular while here,
and expressed themselves as much pleased with
the city and Iheir reception.
I.v-r Saturday night a Mexican named Carlos
Alvarez, while under the iiiiluence of li.pior. re
peatedly endeavored to enter the private apart
ments of 3!r. H. H. Norton, who thereupon shot at
and very slightly wounded him. Loth parties were
jnickly arrested and taken to the Station-house.
Tlat charge of assault and battery was entered
against Mr. Norton, and he was released on bail.
Sluon. Alvarez, charged with drunkenness, left
Tin: steamers C. L. Li-hop and James Makee
had a trial of sMed on their last trip from Kauai.
Loth vessels left Nawiliwili 011 Friday afternoon,
th Lishop at 4.oO and tic Makee at 5. 13 p.m.
The 3lake- ari i ved in Honolulu at 1.13 a.m. 011
Saturday, and the Lishop at 3..M0 a.m.. the former
thus making the pas-age in two hours less than
the latter. It was iuito a surprise to the pas
sengers w ho patronised the Lishop in preference to
3b'M'W morning, a seaman on board the brig
Se'in i. named Charles Williams, w hilst engaged
bending the fore top gallant sail, slipped oil' the
foot-rep,- and fell. Hi- feet struck the vessel's star
board rail, atid he was dashed on to the wharf. lr.
Mi Kil bin wa iu immediate- attendance and reconi
UKiiihd his removal to the Cueeen's Hospital,
where he n mains, still in an unconscious state.
The doctor has no hopes of his recovery. The fall
was al'U t "ii feet.
i Tin: Custom House Statistics for ISsJ. which i
been cart fullv prepared bv It putv Collector i
Men Irv. have been published at the I'ai llic Com- i
in i;t let. Aio it: i imi: Job Ofiice. and are ready for
transmission abroad. The showing is a vi ry good
on. for lssi. .,,,, freely tleitn distra tcs the increased
b i-iin --doie- with the Fnited States under the
treaty.. The report should be placed in the hands
of all who are studving the iiilCstioii of the advan-
!:: g- s aud disadvantages of the treaty. J
Tin: work of liiacad.uuiitig Fort street has lcn
su-ps inled for a day or two in cuiiscijuciice of the
breakage of part i f the machinery of the Sttuie- !
criishi r. When it is iu working order, the crusher
i. in keep the car supplied with pit pared material, j
and they, iu their turn deliver it at the yard." !
at the corner of Alapai and L Tetania streets, about j
as fast as tweive cart, can cart it down on Fort
stre-.-f. Fortunately the work was suspended at a j
point whe re- there is room for vehicles to pass t ach 1
other without much trouble. The Load Supervisor :
intend to carry on the maca lamiiug to the corner ;
of Fort and .Merchant street, and then to blend ;
the -d.l and the m-w together harmoniously. '
Wr air informed by the ro.ttuaster Oeiu-ral. ;
that Tiifs, lay's mail were among the largest ever
ban. '.led i:i hi ofiice. by the Citv of Sydney to
San Ira iic. -co tlieie vtci e 7.'.'l.'l letters and papers j
f"t ar h .1. .-tddi e-;-. .1 to no less than Is dim-rent ;
c c.ntti. s of the I'mviTsai Lostal Fnion. Iu addi- J
ti"ii to this, there were forwarde-d in ti t' steainers i
I. i-elil-o and Iwalaiii. .'id bags of mail matter say ;
2 -.'71 1-Tteis. and about 4 t'"0 papers ami jutrce 1. I
From the Australian Colonies wen- received S bags 1
of mails, about 1. articles. This total, makes '.
about 13 17 at tich s of mail matter hahdhd. and i
cared for. by the employees f the post-othce on I
Vi. we did reprint the important judgment ,
in the case of (.Mieen Emma vs. the Crown Land
Commissioners from the columns of a local paper,
but you must undei stand that the Pai n ic t'ovi
iiri: i a l AnvKHTisiiR is not furnished by the :
Judiciary lb partmcnt with the manuscript d
judgments on file. We regret to say that it eon- )
tainod many blunders as it appeared in the i
'ttz'tt'-. and also in Thursday's 1)ailv P. C. A., j
but thanks to the courtesy or Mr. Justice .McCully.
it was officially revised for the We-ekly Aiivfktisek.
We have ek-eided not to se t up any more erroiieous
matter from the columns of our contemporary.
win s.LIe 1 frosa Sua rrLClco on
the 1-ark -'.iihar;?n and schooner
v. oj-l .,
i;s. j. r.
J. 'VV:i!:;i.::s A Co.
,t:i two crv line
t.i ! ,?
in: traiuway "ii the mail wharf Las Km ah.
au- ii-.rr u-td for the tia:,--l.it:r
n.swrr the l urive
-. The 1
rnnrly in u-e.
i-ni- ha- -.-Id tloi tv.-.x
.Tea!:ltr Co.. ix of Ha.t
arid twenty-riie uf Ti !e
- f or thr-.-e da vs.
. 1'n.i;. the f
! I.. .iiv;ere.-.
ii. 1 ii.:-! t:i tliici
dav, and ti.ev
iii!iiii-ioi!er of FraiK-e. and
(hainelier of the French
d viit to the siwifs-ui-L- oa
v. ere received with the cus-
a t i -
. ! V
Tii r. et'iciul jit.liciary wraa i not iiifa!':h!e.
Tii'.-j c-.L-iai. nt in the Qmin Finnia ca-e Las Leon
I'cprodi'.eid i" a revised form, and l-elow it. a juag
i meiit is set forth in a cae stated to have l-ce:i
' heard in the October Term, 1S3.
Tni: Luih ling , now torn down) that stood on the
southwest comer of Fort and Merchant stricts.
known f.r so many vears as Licha id son's Corner' '
was erected in lsjs. The Lrieks of which it was
built are the eld fashioned size, nine inches long,
four inehes wide and three inches thick.
Wi: are requested to state that, not ithstandiiiir
the good time made Lv the gentleman who walked
to the Fali and hack last Saturday afternoon,
there is a native willing to back himself for money
to make ht t'.-T time. Further particulars can be
had from the Manager of the Commercial Hotel.
A i.:oi: number of people visited II. Ii. M. S.
Swif tiin- hist Saturday. It would K' a convenience
to the public if a day were announced on which
this monster vessel would lie thrown open to them,
as was the ca.-e when H. 1!. M. S. Champion wa
j II IS FX! KLLf.Nl Y Wai.tf.u M f K I1A V O IflSi iX, M in-
1 isUr of Foreign Afl'airs. His Kxcelk-ney John V..
Lush. Minister of the Interior. His Excellency
John 31. Kapena. Minister of Finance, and His Ex
cellency Edward Preston. Attorney General, paid a
' visit to the Swiftsure yesterday, and were received
: with the customary honors.
! Tin: telephone is a great convenience, but when
'. one is busy it is rather aggravating and inclined
; to make one utter some forcible adjectives when
1 rung up half a dozen times within a quarter of an
! hour, and no one to answer you. The mystery is
' cleared u 1 by calling 011 the Ceutral " who will
: inform von it was a mistake.
Whkv the whistle of the City of Sydney was
blown on Tuesday night as she lay outside the reef
waiting for the mail, a boat was at once dispatched
from the Swiftsure. and the service of the crew
prolioreil and accepted iu getting the Lags on
board. This courteous act will Ik; fully appreci
ated in this community.
I.vsr Monday evening, many of Mr. C. J. Fishel's
friends learning that he was intending to go to the
Coast on the City of Sydney, met at his house to
bid him good-bye. The guests arrived about 8
o'clock and sjH-nt the evening, even unto the wee
sma' hours very enjoyably. Mr. l'ishel intends
visiting the Eastern States, and will be gone about
His Matksty visited II. P.. M. S. Swiftsure on
Thursday, accompanied by Col. Curtis 1'. laukea,
and Colonel J. II. Pmyib A few minutes after 11
o'clock His Majesty eWibarked in the Admiral's ;
barge, in charge of Flag Lieutenant Evan Thomas.
and was towed off by one of the ship's steam
launche.s. The U. S. S. Lackawanna and U. S. S. j
AVachusett manned yards and saluted His Majesty I
Loth going and coining. After the barge hail ;
passed the lighthouse, the Swiftsure dressed ship j
rainbow fashion, that is from jib-boom end to i
spanker boom end, the Hawaiian ensign being dis- !
played at the main. On nearer approach, the yards j
were manned, and the guns boomed forth a royal ;
salute. His Majesty was received by Admiral
Lyons. Captain Aitchison. and officers, and as he ,
stepped over the gangway the band played the Ha- i
waiiau national anthem. His Majesty remained 1
on board about three-iiiarters of an hour, and :
evinced a deep interest iu this really wonderful I
vessel ami her heavy armaments. On leaving the '
vessel, the yards were again manned and a second
royal salute was tired. The weather was extreme
ly favorable b r a trip outside the reef, the water
lx-ing unusually smooth. In the absence of II. 1J. '
31. Commissioner, Major J. H. Wodohouso. who
was prevented by illness from lieing present, Theo. :
11. liavies. Esip, II. lh M. Vice-Consul, was on
board Ihe vessel during the visit, and returned on ;
shore with His Maiesfv. -
The following books have recently arriveel for
the Government Library, being the balance of an
order given some time ago : Keith Johnston's
Loyal Atlas: Th Lowell Experiments on Hydraulic
Motors, by J. P. Francis ; Williamson on the Use
of the LaromeOer ; Gloamings from Ornamental
Art. Newberry ; Kussian Campaigns in Turkey,
I.i77-S; Street Tramways. Easton ; Smith's Topo
graphical Drawing ; Coll'ee. its Uses ami Cultiva
tion, by Hewitt ; Narrow Gauge Railways, Flem
ing ; Lussell's Parbary States ; Iceland, Greenland
and the Faroe Islands; Japanese Manners anil
Customs; M idle-let's Modern History; 3Iiclielet's
History of France: History and Disruption of
liritish India ; Eraser's History of Persia ; ltussell's
History of Palestine; Darwin's Voyage of a
Naturalist; Holley's Ordinance and Armor;
Modern liritish Essayists, including McCaulay.
Macintosh. Jeffrey, Carlyle, Wilsrm. Alison, Tal
fourd. Stephen and Sydney Smith ; Helmholt's
Popular Scientific Lectures : Ice Making Machines;
Electric Transmission d Power, by Dr. Pagut
Higgs; Natural History of Man. by Quatrefages ;
The Conservation of Eiu rgv. by Iialfour Stowart :
31ilitary and Leligious Life of the Middle Ages;
Stevenson's Lighthouse Construction and Illumin
ation ; Submarine Warfare, by Lieutenant-Commander
J. Larnes, U.S.N. ; A Treatise on Cast Iron
Pipes, by Lt-nedict.
Thk Hawaiian Postal Money Orders which are
now about ready for issue are mode ls of simplicity,
compactness and safety. I-aieh oreler is in size,
about as large as an ordinary plantation elraft.
and lieing printed on a strong linen pajior can lie
passed from hand to hand without much injury.
The body of the order contains in parallel lines of '
English ami Hawaiian, an order on the Postmas- '.
ter at to pay to the order of " at any i
time within 12 months from the elate of issue, .
the sum of dollars cents. Signed by j
Postmaster, with a space left for the receipt j
wf the party to whom the oilcr is paid. On :
tin- right hand margin of the order are three j
columns of ligures. The first column, in bold !
faced type, represent dollars, from 1 to 3d. The
second, dimes from 1 to J. and the thirel cents from j
1 to '.. These it will be the duty of the issuing j
offices to punch out in such a manner as to desig- j
nate the amount for which the oreler is drawn. As i
for instance, if the order is for S 13.23. the -10 and 3
in tho dollar column, the 2 in the dime, and the ,
3 in the cent, will he punched. Iu adtlitioti the .
amount of ligures written iu the lower left hand
corner of the order have a hole punched on either
side of tln-m so that the oreler cannot be " raised " ;
without detection. On the left hand margin of j
the order is printed the - fe'es " to be paid for the
order. Above and below this table is a blank for
the date stamp of the issuing ami cancelling office. !
Duplicate- " stubs " are attached to the order, one '
going with the tinier, the other remaining '
in the book in the issuing office. On the 1
back of each draft is printeil. in English j
and Hawaiian, the few rules governing its issuance ;
and presentation. The whole get up of these '
ord of is very ingenious ami complete, and we
think they will prove very popular. j
Tm:tsTFAM WiiAt.K.n MakyA- Helen is Pokt. j
The steam whaler 31ary A Helen came alongside j
the Like-like wharf yesterday nieiriiing at 7 o'clock.
and after discharging ."DO barrels of oil. and taking
in 3o tons of coal and a piiantity of store, she ;
sailed again at 1 p. m. This line vessel left New ;
L. dfoid on the 13th August. Iss2. under tho com- 1
: maud of Captain Smith. During the voyage and ,
i cruising, whales were seen three times and 300 bar- .
J re Is of oil taken. She is fitted with auxiliary j
I engines of Ml hnrso-powcr. capable f.f driving the i
vessel 7 'j knots per hour through the water She ;
I has tive boats of the very best description for
i whaiing purposes, ami her fittings gt tic-rally are of ;
! a superior character, with a sjecial reganl for the I
j comfort of the crew during the cold weather. For- j
waiel. is a donkey engine used for heaving up the I
anchor ami hoisting the whales on board. The '
saloon is polished oak with ornamental pillars ami 1
j panels, and abaft that, is tho captain's private
1 cabin, tit ted no iu a most luxuriant manner ; Lrus- '
' selscaiK t, bird's eye m;it-l partitions, bathroom ;
I ami lt-ilroiiiu with elegant upholstery. Store- '
; rooms, pantry and galley, are all under the poop.
I'orvvaitl are the tpiarters for the crew; they '
arc superior to anything of the kind we have !
Vet seen. steam pipe extend throughout the
saloon a?id forecastle, and in addition, they have
heaters t j 1 used when there is no steam up. In
the fore peak, are four massi.e breast hooks, w hich
extend aft to the fore hatch. In every particular,
the vessel is as strong a it is possible for wood ami
in n to make her. elue attention having likewise
been paid to a hand-oine model for sailing pur
poses. Outside she is heavily shea t he-el with two
inch plank- and coppered. On the cutwater is a
three-. piartt r plate of copper from keel to LoLstay.
.The mo.-t notice-able feature about this vessel, was
the excellent condition she was brought into port.
She would appear to have recently crime oil' the
-locks instead of just having arrived from a seven
months' cruise, including a trip round the Horn.
The crew consists of 4 i hands all told : Captain,
3 ofiict rs. 2 engineers. 2 firemen, and cit-w. Cap
tain Smith is to he complimented on being so
sueet-s-ful on the initiatory trip of this tine vessel,
and Captain Millard, who has now taken com
mand, might well feel proud of having such a ship
under his feet. We shall look forwanl to the rt-
turn of tl.i. v.-i m' s-.ri Frflii. iseo in N'oveml.er !
Ti;r W. (i. I;
! . r:,-rr,
...... I!.;:;- i".
next, with a " cateh " t-qnal. if not in excess of about 7l residents. Estimating the population
that nuieli? by Ler namesake in ISso. Eon voyage of 'Honolulu fit 1S,0X), the proportion of car
to the Mary and Hi-leu. " riages here is about 1 to every 3G.
LETTER FHOil DR. FITCH
Td Ae Editor of :he Vac-Jit Commtrcutl
Ms. I nouco in the .. F.
icii of the lt
vLk-L c.:::o to L.ind j cr Sai-z on Snn-
it, au atroci.itis article cor.taininir a ttsu?
of n.isrt-j rest ntat"., i.s
waij.iu Ilatids. ;u;d.
.ihout Kproj-in the Hu
aaoi:; other statements.
couplers i.ty uau:? with sc-vcr.il misrepresenta
tions which are ither f.-Ue or distortions of
simi le lioitteis of fat t, which would bear 1:0
such interpretation put npou tlnm as is done by
the C.Jo.'ii. o . I forward ly this mail a detailed
statement of my pcrk nee aud observation ia
connection with h prosy in these Islands to the
F. Cr7, w hich vviil completely rebut the state
ment of the CLroiti !, and satisfy-the community
of au Francisco of the utter groundlessness of
extravagant fears which the malicious misrepre
sentations of the sensational shett of San Fran
cisco has r.tteini ted to raise.
Ceo. L. Fmii, M.D.
Honolulu, March U. 13.
On Monday, March 5th. a native had his leg
broken in two places by the falling of a horse,
which he was riding very fast near the Kapaa mill.
The animal also had one leg broken by the fall,
and with the owner's consent. Mr. Potter -.hot it
l'he injured man is under the care of
lir. Walters, and is Letting along nicelv.
iMr Harris, chief engineer at kealia null. Lad Li.;
fjot .-cabled badly and is o:V d,:ty f,,r the present.
Mr. ALU nger. second assi-iant ngineer. tills the
place of Mr. llarri- temporarily.
Mr. .1. ih tii.Oit. the enterprising proprietor
of the ston at Kapai. has jusl made .1 large addi
tion 1 1 Li, slum to make room for his very com
plete stock of siih n.l.d new g,.v Tht re has been
, very heavy rains of !aio iu Kauai.
! Kr.vriv. Kai ai.
The wire ropeway 011 the Kealia plantation is
about to b extended in several different directions.
and arrangements have lcen made for having port
i able Mictions to work in connection with the main
: line. Tin- iron bar ki ts formerly in Use have ls-en
' abandoned, and rope slings taku their place, thus
; relieving the structure of 1st tons of unnecessary
j dead weight. Colonel Spalding is of opinion that
j Hallidie's endless wire r -way will Ik-coiiu- indis
1 pensahle for the transportation of cane where iliim
j ing is not practicable, it having proved to lie the
clu-ais'st and most t-xpt ditiotis plan of getting cane
to the mill,
After a few days hue weather, the wind has
veered around to the south again, accompanied by
shovvt rs. The Load Supervisor is doing good
woii. : Ihe roads are being covered with a thick
layer of sand which, working iu with the earth,
ought to give us good roads.
We tind tho O'ttzt ttr'.-t Augean stable of 3Iaui "
business getting rather monotonous. Will not tho
venerable Exponent," " Independent " gentle
man. Ac. give us something new. or '-give us a
rest," which would be still better.
Yesterday, a large boiler was beim conveyed
from the depot to Waihee plantation ; on arriving
just below the Catholic Mission the axle gave way,
and a crash was the result. Fortunately no one
.was hurt, though a Portuguese had a narrow
escape. The road is blocked up. but a strong
gang of men are at work, and hope to get the heavy
mass underway this afternoon.
Datchelor's old bakery, on Market street, has
been leased by a Japanese, who intends running
opposition to our Portuguese baker. Auton Uorba ;
but it will be hard for him to turn out better bread
than that baked by our old friend Anton.
Pah ala. Hawaii.
Heavy showers have been the order of the day,
(and in fact of the night too), during the past two
weeks. Tho Hawaiian Agricultural Co.'s Mill is
in full blast and turning out on an average 15 tons
of sugar per tlay.
There is a good road in course eif construction
from (ioodale's gulch to Wall's gulch, about 2'i
miles. It is a pleasure to pay road tax when you
get good roads in return, and under the super
vision of C. N. Arnold, li. S. in chief, and the exe
cutitm of the work by Mr. Field, it will not be
"Jordan am a havee road to travel" as heretofore.
Leturning to the Hamakua district altera few
weeks ab.-ence, I send you what news there is of
Great anxiety was felt at lloiiokaa for some time
; during the "Suez scare, " owing to the fact that
l 31r. Kiekl, engineer to the Honohaa Sugar Coni
I pany, was on boanl that steamer with his wife and
' family. This anxiety was the more intense because
i Mr. Kidd is closely eonuccte-el to the well-known
! and much respected planter Joe Marsden. The
troubles of this nnfortunat family were not ended
on their arrival in Honolulu, for tho I.ikelike was
I unable to land them at Kawaihae, anil they had
: the pleasure of going to Hilo and back, twice pn:;s
: i"g their destination in the steamer.
. f 3!r. lialdwin, the Chie f lusxiector of Schools, has
paiel a visit to the district and, it is hoped will
i -urge upon tho powers that be the very great elesira
bility and necessity for buihling a foreign school at
Lain ! Lain ! Lain ! has hi en the cry for weeks,
i wet at night ami frcinic-ntly during the day until
last week ; the roads conseipiently have been in a
lovely state, no money having Lecu spent in repair
! ing them for upwards of two years although the
! rates for that iicriod have been regularly paid.
Several of the hailing residents in the; district
paid Honolulu a visit at the time of tho Corona
tion, ami returned after a pleasant visit duly im
pressed with the solemnity of the Coronation cere
mony, a ceremony which few residents in this
Kingdom have ever seen or over may have the
again the opportunity of seeing. The only draw
back to the success of tho whole weeks gaieties was
i stated bv all to have been the perfect deluge of
I The Chine.-o New Year came ami went quietly.
A few days holidays, a general look td pleasure on
the smiling ami bland face of the Chinamen, a few
! crackers, ami a little liquor but not to excess,
i A general tone of good fueling towards every
i body seemed to take possession of this quiet, hard
working and inoffensive ls ople.
Mr. J. I.. 31:11s. on Ins visit to Honolulu, as a
delegate to the Coronation, took the opportunity
of adding largely to his stock of goods which now
' surpasses anything in the district. His store and
i that of 3lr. nolmcs, at both of which one can
l obtain anything necessary for human comfort, are
a credit to the district.
i Some of the mills along the- coast have lieen un
I able, owing to strong winds ami heavy seas to ship
I their sugar to Honolulu. The I.ikelike, which left
Hilo early on Thursday morning last to take in
! sugar at Paauhau. was unable to land there ami
came on to Ilonokila, landing two passengers and
i limliiig the little schooner Kauikeaouli lying quiet
ly at anchor and discharging freight. This quick
sailing little schooner makes her two or three trips
a month, always bringing a full cargo ami taking
generally from l.:!nil to 2.3U0 bags of sugar on her
return trip. This is the second time lately the
. Likulike has passed early in the tlay each time
i rect iving a salute from the lloiiokaa mill whistle
! and returning it from her own.
' The lloiiokaa Mill has lieen busy grinding cane
; lor nearly two months, and will probably continue
' its pleasant occupation for the next three months.
' During the recent tine weather it has been turn
i ing out. so I am told, something like ten tons per
day at a very good average- per olariiier. Would
' that I had some- bhares in tint lloiiokaa Sugar
Hilo, March 8th, LsS3.
j We have fine growing weather sunshine and
j showers rain enough and warm sunshine to
j make splendid crops of cain-. The plant-.-rs
appear encouraged and smiling over future pros
On tin; 2 iiist., the marrying of Mr. John
I IJoiiinberg and Miss Emiii i Kcinhurdt, called
forth all the youth and beauty of Hilo, with a
' sprinkling of the.- ancient and vi li'-rable. After
! the core inony, there was feasting, rejoicing and j
j dancing, and the vonng couple were blessed j
; with the congratulations of friends.
A native in rough sport with a Chinamen at
; Ookala. a few elays ago, fell with a knife in his
' ha i ul and made a flesh cut on the arm, severing
I an arterv. Through ignorance and the want of
nieelieal attendance, the arm mortified and the !
; man died. No physician in Ldupiilo-hoe iuore
nearer than Hilo or lloiiokaa. Dr. Oreenfeld
; was sent for, but arrived too late to save the
! man, or- the attendant did not carry out his
i instructions. He is a good surgeon, and if he
j had been on the ground in time, he would have
i saved the native's life.
I The Like-like stops but such a short time in
! Hilo, that xv e have tint time to answer e-orre-!
spondeuts. Tin- mail opened at und-day, the
i steamer sails at 1' p. m. Kathr-r short allowanco
i of time for the Hilo folks.
! In connection with the above we would say
! that Dr. Kimball resides at Lanpahoehoo, but,
, at the- time of the accident referred to ho was in
. Hilo looking afters lepers. He reports, under
, elab- of March 7th, as having found seven c-on-
liruicil cases, "some of whom ought to have
i been sent away years ago.'' The geueral health
! of the people, he says, is very good. Editor
P. C. A.
Accor.mxii to tho census i horses in Paris,
made in 1SS0, there were U,SS1 proprietors, and
H7,12'd horses. The ce nsus of carriages was last
made iu IsTS, xvheii there were 13.8M) proprie
tors and 20. l'.cj. carriages. Kxchnnrje.
The population of Paris is about 2,000,000 ;
"-"J the above con us would give OI10 C lliaoe to
General Grocery and Provision Store,
Fiso r Mt:ir, Hn.o,
1js to ir.fi.-t 111 the TuMio tl-.at 1, !-. ,ijniiiti .1 Mr M.
(. l ari rn as l::s M ua;rr 1.1 1 uprrialrnilsnl,
atul resprctt i:i 1 v o!;, it ti.e ftrortr anl !ips-Tt f tht
iuiial'it ir.ts of lino. Otttv t'iral l'li (-o. .1- a' t'ie
Lcwest Cash liates. i.o hi; v4t.
It. MILKS A V I IS. MII.KS. t ON IT-
id 1 in: mi; t ikm k viii.t s. i khiio ks.
loiuf lojsituss in Mivl in the li-trii t of Keliala, Ha
waii ; each Ix-unr nn ciual j artntr in all stock owio'it ly
or oiU'treile.I 1 v the sanl t inn in this lin.-.l m.
KonvL.v. IIvsiAU, Mir, h In lss.1 luclilT 4t.
Notice of Incorporation
V'TI 's IIKIIKIIV I!IVK THAT
AT A MKKTINii HK1 1 IN UUMH.I I.I HN'IIIK
i:h ilir of !ar h. A. I. Is-vl, i,f sut'scrihera t.i the Mock
of the Keei privity Sunar ' eiii n.v. it as vete.l t. a. ceit
a Chatter el Incornoi al ion. 1 run: 1 to them ami their ns-siH-ialis
by ttie Mintirrri'f the Intrrior. hy aini W illi the
consent of the Kiln,' in l'r ivy unnci I. uu.lt r I he cor -orate
name kihI ktyle el the It -riM'ccii y u ir Caiu
p.-illT. en the Tth .lav i f I ehriiurv. IssS. ami ihnt Thecer
liratinn uml r the sai l t'hai t-r tin r-iiion or .niit' .l it
self atul l;i ted t he follow i ti r . 111. 1 :
John 1'.. Hush
V . II. ( tiniuiiiii;..
'. I.. Honkiii
'. F. l iuke.i
John K Ihish. W.
1I..J km. T. .1
Notice is lnith.-r c
I'r -id. nt.
nt ami M ann'.-r.
.. 'n I' I'rt 1
Si i-ii tar .
A ii'ii :.ir.
1 1 . 11 111 til 1 lie-, J . 1 lay m 1.1 en. C. I ..
McCrosson . . . . l'.osrd ol I iret tors
.yen that purs unit to the term if '
I said hsrTcr. 1.0 sto. kind ler i-hall iml: v ol i :,1 ly l.i' lial le
I for the ili bts of the eel 1 'oration In v mi. I tin- anion nt w Inch
shall be due upon the share or sl.au h. Id or owned l-v
himself. C. I.. liOl'K 1 N S, s.-cr. t at v.
II. mi lulu. 3!arch (", lss l. in. hli wit.
In Chambers Circuit Ju Jge of Second Ju
dicial District. Hawaiian Islands.
t)KOIKU A r I' I, I C A T I il ' II A VINC
been tiled with this Com t by VV. F. MussMAN. F.x-
ecutor of the 1.1st Will and 'testament of JOHN Mil
I.KK of Mitkauan. deceased, askimr that his accounts
may be approved and In- ill .'cbnrv. d. and Ihe prolx rtv
passed ovi-r to the legatee, notice i heiebv e.iven to all
whom it may coin-, in, thai
STl i:HAY. Mvi;el 17, ivs i. AT I O A. M .,
at the Court House in M a l. w a-1. is situs the time and
place for hearing said application, and any objections
that mav te niNde thei. to, a-i l all p. isons ino-rcstcd are
hereby notified to attend. . I nl;x N I KK.
Circuit Juloc .second Judicial Iist,et. II. 1.
I.ahaiim. February 'Jl. 1 S--::. fcb'.4 w;it
A. (J. ELLIS, - - - N.och lSrokor
tlFl lCK With 11. V. Adams, Auctioneer.
OAVR TI3IK AMI MONKY
It t' I. FN
O and bears can buy I.
or S-11 r-hoit on small
MOXEV TO 1,(1 1 X
ON STOCKS, ltt)NlS,
or any good rollaloial, af a low rale of inti re-t.
HETA1L (JHOCKUY STOHi:.
For Sale a great Bargain
u'Kiiii Rt'ii.r sToitK, isi oiti:y inn si:
stable and baud. Hoiu;; s t'a-h lluniui-ss of j'.Oil per
Rent 325. OO per Month.
A first-class opportunity tor a uinii wi III s -in ill Capital
Half Cash, balance approved bill ; :l ini.l G month-.
&m sytzr. 3L.-u.nLtii.Gr-,
I louse mill I
18 31. reliant Hire. I.
I' K 1 C .31V AllSKM i; FIKIM Till:
Kiimdnui, II. f. i:Kll.KI I' will nit lid to my
liu.-iuiss en lit tin 1 street ill the tiller and Machine Mi 'p.
mthl73tw. .1. M. DIKil.ti.
Xinv-JO I -o i a ml.
H)UMI-I.ST .MONTH-A PHItMi ( t.
taining a slim of ui.nit y i n a l .1 and SI I .V 1 ilt e.n n.
'file owner tan have the same- by npplicat ion In I'. O
'SVIIr: INDF.IiSICNF.II llVI; UK UN
0 Duly Appointed Adn i .istrator of Ihe 1 state of
Clll'Ni. I'AI', dectaail, and taiarrii in of hi' ndopte 1
child, all pii. sons having t laiuis again!, sail llstate un
lit rcby notified to present lie- mine without delay, and
within six months htbr tin date hen ol or they will be
forever barret. : ami all persons indebted to titici Lstate
to make immediate puyim-nt
Administrator of th-- llslati- of hun:' I'.-.ii di censed.
Jloso'.ri.r, March Id, Imsj. u.i hli' d.V vv 1 hi.
Suar Growing Lainl.
If IM KI) T O I'CKCII ASH OR IthXT
0XK JIUM)Ki:i ACKKS 0' LAND,
On any of theso l-laicls.
-ia'c p.n-licu la: s.
l-I. M Kit,
'. Ailtcrli.er Olllee.
ml 5 d.:t will
'il fl K
lM)i:i:sn;i;i HAVK T ills itts.
I Kittt ie.l int
a t'"i :n Inei -ship, under Ihe l nine and
"Tho Hawaiian Chinese Ncwh ComjiAiiy,
As Nt-ws ajier rubii-le r, at No. 4
lu'u : I.tio t hit S'.-itH, A. Ciint-heo);,
( hum, Tam 'I inu', TauK Vieij;.
lIoN'oi.ci.t.' . Mare h It'., l:i.
Ninianu strts-t. Ilonn
'. Wiriain. 1 atu K 11 in
t hi" .11 w.
The Coronation Ceremony,
The Royal Regalia.
AXIi i iu;
Costumes worn on the Occasion
Is now ready, and for Sab- al the l'o ik stori h and this
OHice. The I'amphli t ala i contains an a.-cnniit of
The tate Dinner,
Tlic Coronation IJall,
The Coronation Fleet,
Tin- Luaii at tin I'iilacO,
Tlie Coronation Races,
Unveiling of the Statue of
I KICK 2" CKN'l'S.
Pacific Commercial Advertiser Office-
i.. j. i in y.
LYONS & X.EVEY,
.A. u c rr 1 O Ts i: K Tl s
General Commission Merchants,
IiE.VVKIt Ili-iK K,
Ks'ati- and ienerol
Kales of Ki.C1urt, St"( k. Ileal
Merchandise ln rly atitmlnl lo.
SOLE AGilSIS tolt
American and Europaein Merchandise.
B?3i Your e- in b'iy :i most ln-nutiful straw h.ils
for only 1, nt Cms, J. 1'm;iki.s' i-wthh
CTP" Gent's Complete liusine-ss Suits, SO. 50, at
jy22 tf Ciias. J. Fishkis For'-'LAn Stoke,
! Oceanic Steamship Corny
U K Al IKON r-TLAMI'It
1-H1, Comma oil rr,
!i:4 -a .
Will Leave Honolulu
FOR SAX .FRANCISCO
THIS DAY, SATURDAY,
.It -I oVIark p.m.
For Freight or Fassage, Having Su
perior Afcommcdation. Apply to
WM. C. IRWIN & CO.,
For Hongkong Direct.
Till: At (..HUMAN STKAMSllir
A. Fl III It, COMMAKnKU,
Will S nl for Above Fort on or About May 1
For I n Ik'i t or l'a sr...' apj-'v la
II. II ACit I I I.I) Jk. CO.. Araala.
li. .1,17 wtf.
Till". I IMI AMFKH'AX HAltK
J. II, WINDISO, M nater,
Will Have Quick Dispatch for tho Above
For Freight er Passage apply lo
II. II CKKKI.O tt CO.,
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
TIIU 1.1 1 1 lilt UttlOAN 1'INK
Will Have Imfiiedirvto Dispatch for the
For Freight or r.isai?i! ripply 1 1
fi b.-.iltl' O. W. MACFAUI.ANK CO. . Agitata.
Oceanic Steamship Corny
THK A I IKON
Will leave Sin IVa-id-ru fur (lonolnla the Oth Paj
of K ir !i M mth. r.tii-ubix fncii llaulili
Hie 521 lUs of Kadi l nil!!.
SAN FRANCISCO AGENTS.
Jno. D. Sproclncls &Z. Bros.
, 327 Market Street.
Wm. G. Irwin &, Co..
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANf
Ih Sttn IrnnciNtMi.
TIIK KI'I.KNUll) tflKAM.-llll-
A U & T 32 A Ia 1 A,
Ft Klilhh, Caiiiiininilrr,
Will LEAVL HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
ON OH ABOUT APRIL 8.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND,
TUB olM.F,SliI f TM A MSIII I'
Z I) A LAND I A.
WILL LF.AVF. FOR THK (0L0MI
Ofi QR ABOUT MARCH 18.
I-tr l-'r-i-M ei I l'iti', apjiU In
II. IIACKKKI.Il Co. Alteon.
::. ir S'lijt mi-! pr Sirmnrr rnta aiw
be Si-.re.l. l-'ree or Chitrtfe, in i hit Firr- prmvl
I un !ioi.i. atrnr thr Strnrurr Wharf, mar
MK-si:. II. II Al : K.;i.I At CD art n-iar irrpr I ti It.
.ut- It KIT' KM TietKI'st li'ilwe-n Ilt-riolulo aril Han Fr.
risro for $125 Cut rnuml trip.
A. FRANK COOKE,
C0R7JER NTJUANU eTc QUEEN STREETS,
no vol. 11. c, ii. I..
AGnwr it o xx
Tlie Following Isic!cets
V A II.KI.K,
V A I KII C,
M A COI.O.
M A A ,
K A MO I
KII I K a I.
FLAG :--Red, with White Ball !
marl I lr
STEAMER mk I
Stt attier I.ik i -like will leave llonnliilii ru , Tueadar at
4 i'. M.. touching t I.ahaina. Maala.-a Hay, Makena. Ma.
loikoTia. Kawaihae. I.vipulrichoe anil Hilo
lt-ttiniino will touch at all the above tmrta. arrlvinff at
i I on. 1 1 il I il each Kiuiday A.
ryur. UKUbiiu: wu.t. i.kavk iikr
I V HA III- at 4 v. M.. and M I reluht will ba rttcrlvfd
altt r il p. m. line nntiei: i eiv. ii of this rtilr, and it will
be earned out (mvlt WILIil H k. CO
For Europe via New York.
KST A It I.I Ml F.I) I8IO.
Two Sailings Every Week
VMM yv.W V0BK KVKKV WKDMMHV,
Fill) I I!0ST0 KVKRY S1TIRD1T
RATES OF PASSACE:
' Ul v SO nail l(o GOLU
AcrorJiiijf to Acroinmcslatlein.
ItLTFUX TltKIITS 0 FAVOCIIILK TI.ttMS.
iT KKUAUK i g Vv K K K cy
to lo-Kl acronmiodatiorn ran alwayi be tearea o application
JA ALKX ANDKU. ?WM. SV CO
8'J State 8irt:ci, nrmton, rrapclaca,
VKRNON H. BROWN A CO.,
y 4 Bowling OreD, Haw York.