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Dimonil Head, March 10, G:30 a.m.
Light K. wind.
A llgtlie nnit achr Kuala off port.
Bark Lady Lainpson from San Fran
Sclir Catcrina from Koolau
.Stuif Ltkcllko from windward polls
Schr Malolo fiom Ilakalau
Schr Wiilinnlu from Onoinca
iStmr "Wuimnnalo from Waimanalo
Stmr Zcnlnndiu from Sau Fiancisco
Sclir Mccfoo for Koolau
St mi" Suez for San Francisco "
Htmr .las. Makcc for Kauai
Stmr "NVaimanalo for Waimanalo
Schr Moi lyciki for Molokai
Hk Gcttysbcrg for the .Sound
Stm Wli Mary and Helen for Cruise
Jtmr Zcalandia for Australia.
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY
Schr Halcakala for llilo
Sclir .Tcpniu Walker for Papaikou
Stmr Bishop for Kauai
Stmr Kilauca Hon for Kahului
Stmr Lclma for Molokai and Maui
Stmr Mokolii for Koolau
Stmt Waimanalo for Waimanalo
For Sau Fianclsco per Suez, Mh.
17 Mrs Koon and 2 children, Mrs
l'ratt, Mrs H Cohen, Mrs J Smith,
Mrs M llymnn, Miss Shaw, Miss It
Hume, Miss Duncan, Miss Lowey,
Miss Grims, Miss Bonell, C A Oh
landt, C A MorrisMon, C Booth, "W
II Reynolds, M LouUson. wife, 4
children and servant, II Xetter, F C
Lowey, J A Kimball USN, T L Bon
ills USN, L Karmony USN, D Mor
gan USN, F J Nuscs USN, and 11
in the steerage.
From Kauai per C R Bishop, March
17 Mrs W E II Delucll, !) children
and nurse, Miss J Johnson, Miss Cr
Lidgatc, F Bishop, G. N. Wilcox, 2
Chinese, and 53 deck.
From Kahului,per Kilauca Hoii, Mar
17 James Murfett, Mrs "Wilber, J
A Gladstone, Ira Bradshaw, Dr J K
Smith, Miss L Carpenter, 4 Chinese,
07 deck, and about 8 Lepers.
From windward ports per Like
like, March 18 Hon II Kuihclani,
J S Smithies, J Stupplcbccn, II A
Scott, P Butler, G Cluff, S Corray,
M E Pack, Bishop Willis, E A Mc
In'erny, J Ronton, Mrs Sisson, Hce
Win, Kaaukai, Kimo Pake,' Miss
Hoopii, Dr Thompson and wife, W
L Cottrcll and wife, P N Makcc, D
Crowcnbcrg, J Carlionia, Alcon.
Geo. C Bccklcy, Purser
From San Francisco, per Zcalan
dia, March 18 Miss Emuics, Alex.
Young, ,W F Allen and wife, J La
zarus and son, Capt Robbins, I).
McGillwray, Mrs M A Davics, A
Dillon, Sir May, P C Jones, wife &
2 children, II J Agncw, Miss Ag
nuw, Brown, Br Murray, R Wil
nuuies, Dr Borland, wife and 3 chil
dren, W Bayer, Col Geo Macfarlauo
and servant, F Spencer, E J Nichols
and wife, RS Chase, wife aud child,
C II Woolmington, II Gunu, Mrs
Small and servant, Miss Jonas, E C
Macfarlanc, M Nciscr, R 1) Woods
and wife, 21 steerage & 71 Chinese.
For Austialia, per Zcalandia, Mh.
18th JTPeniman, R Askew and
wife, K Zoctl, WF Mount, Mr Beck
ham, A Cliook.
From San Francisco, per Lady
Lampoon, March 18 E Lake and
wife, Miss K M Fanning, B F Whit
ney. For Kauai per Jiuncs Makcc Mar
17." Mrs. Capt F. Grant, H. M.
Thompson, 1 Chinamun and about
" " VE88EL8 IN PORT.
II. B. M. S. Swlftsurc, Admiial Lyons
USB Lackawanna, Wilson
U.S.S. WnchiiBelU, Pearson
Ship Abcraman, Chapman
Uk Lady LamiiHon.'Maraton
Bark Forest Queen
Am tern Dakota,
Tern M E Smith
Tern Mnry Dollar,
Bgtne Wm. 0. Irwin, Turner
Schr Pannonla, Hlgglngs
Bgtne Morning Stnr
Haw brig Nlnlto, Cameron
m . , -! J
DURING my absence from thii King
dom, Mr. A. G wrKNUKiio will act
for mo unaer a full lNmei of Attorney.
Honolulu, Match Kith, 188U. Hit) 3w
ONE or TWO SERVANT GIRLS, or
Women for houwiwork and for
mindinc children. Apply al
102 SCHOOL STREET.
A FINE BUILDING LOT Mtuate
oa Klntiu anil Luanlllo streets,
Kulaakulwa Plains; No. iKM and 'M of
Government May; H.P.No.3U; area
00,000 Miuure font. Tlio lot Ik enclohcd
with a good Miustantlal fence. For fur.
Altnrtiftv fit. T-ILW.
, , .wP.-'j -t - .
il tf . No. 37 JiercliwU nt-, Honolulu
Oceanio Steamship Comp'y.
-jr.- . THIS A 1
Iron Steamer Suez,
Will leave Honolulu
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
For Height or passasc, having superior
accomodations, apply to
121 Wm. G. law in i Co., Agenti.
SfoFAClFIO MAIL Steam
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Splendid Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco
on or about April 8.
FOR SYDNEY via AUCKLAND
The Splendid Steamship
City of Sydney,
Dearborn - - Commander,
On or about April 15,
For freight or passage apply to the
We are now prepared to issue tickets
to San Francisco and return for $125,
the Bound Trip.
II. Hackkki.d & Co.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The A I clipper tern
Wendt, . - - MMr,
Will hat e quick dispatch for the above
port. For fi eight or parage apply to
F. A. SciiAnPKit & Co., Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The new clipper
Miller, - Master,
Will have iiiii'k dixp.it cli for the above
port. For freight or pa-sage apply to
G. W. Mackiu.xe & Co., Agcnt--
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The clipper bark
J. II. Winding, . Miihtcr,
Will have quick dNpatch for above port.
For freight or passage apply to
II. Hackikm) & Co., Agents.
C. BREWER & Go's
0ST0N AND HONOLULU
LINE OF PACKETS.
The Bark Martha Davis
Will sail from Boot on on or about the
15th of June. Order, tilled promptly,
and freight taken at the lowc.-t rates.
Apply to C. BREWER & Co.
310 Queen ., Honolulu.
FOR HILO DIRECT.
Tho clipper schooner
Underwood, . . MaMer,
Will run regularly between Honolulu
and Hilo. Foi freight or p.isagc apply
to the Captain, on board, or
32 1 3m A. F. Cooki:. Agent.
TllK FAST BAIMKd
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, wcuthcr
For f i eight or p.i--.igc apply to the
Captain on bo.ud, or to
181 A. F. Cookk, Agent.
A. FEANK COOKE,
Office, comer Nuuanuand Queen street!!,
Honolulu, 11. I.,
Agent for the following Packets:
Wullcle, tX. Waioll,
Waichu, yHKMT Wiilninlu.
31alolo, umMEa Kaluna,
Mana, iRK Julia,
Ka Moi, am Ehukai.
Red Flag, with White Ball.
"hotel sf. market"
milE undersisunil IiuvIiil'
X )Iih:1imti1 the Hotel St.
Market, takes plvuMirc in an
nouncing that lie will give the bullies
his pernonal attention, and hones to hup
ply the wants of the public of Honolulu
in a satisfactory manner.
Beef, Mutton, Veal, Lamb,
And other klndn of meat for the table
always on hand.
Frompt Delivery Mnrir.
OritriH taken by Trlrphonr.
I). K. FYFE, Propililor
Telephone No. '2'M. :,(7 ly
NEW GOODS !
Per City of New York, from Sydney,
And Valises !
At Astonishingly Low Prices
J. II. LYNOII'S,
No, 88 King fltrcot.
t3T Tho above aro mnnufaeturwl from
IUW.WSV AUsuaiu wvaiHcr, ,, t
Steam Navigation Company's
11X13 OF 8TJKAJIMU8.
iiati:, .... Commander,
Runs regularly to Kona and Kau, as
per following time table:
LlI.WES IIONOI.ULV AT -1 P.M. ON
Tuesday, .Tan II
Filday, Jan 111
Tuesday, Jan 30
Friday, Feb I)
Tuc-dav, Feb 2n
Friday, March 2
Tuesday, March 13
l'Tldny, iAlarclt 'JiJ
Ai!i:tvi:s at Hooi.ut.u:
Wednesday, Ja 17
Saturday, Ja 27
Wednesday, Fe 7
Satuitlay, Fo 17
Wcdnc-day, I'V 2S
Satuiihiv, Ma in
Wednc-ilay, Ma 21
Sntuidny, ' Ma 31
The C. R. BiBliop,
Leaves Honolulu every Monday
at 5 p.m., for Naulllwlll, Koloa, Elcelc,
aud Waituc.i, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawlllwlll every Friday evening.
The James Makee,
every Thursday, at 5 p.m. for lvnpim and
Kllauea. Returning leaves Kapaa
every Tuesday evening.
Loaves Honolulu each Tuesday nt
4 p.m., touching at Laliaiua, Man
laca Bay, Makeun, Mahukonn, K
awaihae, Lnupalioehoc and llilo.
Returning, will touch nt nil the
nlovo ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
OlUcc, No. 07 Hotel street.
All kind-, of Baggage and l'nreels dc
livcrcd in all parts of the city with dis
patch. Having a
I am prepared to haul SAND and other
material, and make or repair footpath'-,
either by load, day, or
Stand at Ram-ay's Store, Hotel street.
W. T. MacDo.vilu, : Proprietor.
3f0 Office hours 0 a.m. to !l p.m.
N1AT 10 y, V, ADAMS.
A FEW OENTLEMEN can bo accom.
miHlated wtth Board at a private
House, in a respeotablo neighborhood,
and within 5 minutes of tho 1'oH Otllee,
For particulars apply at tho Bullm-in.
ry ' .. viviw
Ladies' and Gent's .
Gold and Silver Watches
Just to band.
Every Watch warranted as
Facsimile ot Silcr Cases.
Gross Wet .
V jUcpHrtM.HilMrt)IO S
A. Uvt.MINTAtCAY. f
A. W. RICHARDSON & CO.
Have -Efcenioved. to
No. 68 FORT STREET,
Nearly opposite their former place
WELLS' MUSIC STOEE,
lOS Sa lor Xoi-L Street.
Vtc hac just received per "Abeiaman," fiom Olaigow, a large inoiceef '
hngli.-h Musie Goods, including
Pianos, Organs, Harmoniums,
Accorcleons, Guitars, Banjos,
Violins, Flutes, Drums, Strings .
For cveiy kind of suing iiisiiument-, Ac, dtc.
which, added to our iiiuueii-e stock alie.uly on baud, makes our store thi: nlacc I
purchase, us wo hao now in stock goods bought lot spot cash at tho letidln-
miinufiictuicis of Eiuope, England and Aincilca. ln
If you want the bet make of any kind of Musical Instiuiiicnl, we hare them
If you want medium pi iced or the uuy cheapest, we have them in slock.
Japanese and Taney Goods of every description
Furniture and Chairs cheaper than any other houe.
BROGLIE & SPEAR,
75 FORT STREET.
X-iiloial diHeoiurt to tlie ti'tide-
NEAV COO. 3VDE"VV GOODS.
ONE PRICE MECHANICS' BAZAR
Comer of Fort and Merchant Btrecla,
Beg to notify their frlcnds-und tho general public that
All entire new stock of Clothing,
Gent's Furnishing, Hats, Caps,
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Bags, Valises.
Has just arrived by stoamcr Sue.,
All the Latent XovclticM will itrrlve by every Htcnmcr.
Remember, the price Is plainly marked on each article, from which there is
no deviation. To purchaser to the amount of $5, or over, JJ per
cent discount. (Xo book accounts kmiM
Htoro open from if 11.111. to Hp.m. Haturauy uvciiIiium till l6'
2Lj9i W, LCBERER, MMUtr.
Agent for this Kingdom
N. I). Beware of iniita
tions, ns I have discovered
scvcinl .silver watches bear
ing the name of " Waltham
Watches," which arc of Swiss
Manufacture, aud arc sold as
genuine Wnlthnm watches.
Vtfiti ulfCtrtifir'ihat tlm atTorajan1iK
Vrv " UJ11 ' C MnK
SJ8 K UNITED STATES Kl NT At BAY
Fac-siiuile of Oold Cases
I. L. R01ENIEBQ,
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