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"lUKSDAY, MAltClI 20, 1883.
This Day's dcings.
Messrs Iiyons & Levey will hold
llielr licgulnr Cash Sale, at Sales
Room at 10 o'clock.
Excelsior Lodge, l.O.O.F. 7:30.
Bible Class at Lyceum at 7 ::)0.
St. Andrew's Cathedral, Holy
Week Service, 7:00.
PERILS OP THE SEA.
It will bo very interesting to our
readers to learn of the dangers of
the Bcas that n llonoluluan has
undergone. Col. Geo. Macfarlane,
on his return fiom his mission to
London, had a severe passage across
the Atlantic. He left Qucenstown
in the Cnnard liner Scrvia, on Feb.
10th. The day before leaving
Qucenstown the N. Y. Hcruhl had
predicted a heavy storm, and some
little anxiety was felt concerning it.
Nevertheless, he cinbaiked. (It
may be as well to give here some of
the dimensions of the Servia, so that
the full force of the danger may be
adequately understood). The Ser
via is 8000 tons, 10,000 horse power,
ii.lO feet long, and 54 feet beam.
During the night of the 13th, a
hurricane broke over them and blew
for eight hours. "When the wind
nbatcd the seas broke over them con
tinually, and at S a. m. on the 11th,
the Captain told them to prepare for
The boats were being carried
away, and the decks were swept
clear ever' minute. Tliu captain's
bridge, which is 55 feet above water
level in an ordinary sea, was carried off
as clean as if it had been sawed off,
and the funnels were flattened to
gether, although made of half-inch
iron. One time a watch of 20 men
were washed off their feet, but the
wave washed them inboard again.
The water came through the venti
lators and flooded the cabin for 8
hours. At 2 p.m. the fury of the gale
was over, the' were out of danger.
They finally arrived in New York,
after a 12 days' passage, being 3
days overdue. There were then 1 1
other steamers overdue, some of
them as much as two weeks. It was
in this storm the Glamorgan found
ered. When they arrived in New
York the rigging and masts were
covered with ice for 00 feet, and the
steamer looked old and ddapulatcd
from the rough usage it had under
gone. SHIPPING NOTES.
The English bark Lady Lnnipson
arrived on Sunday, (! days from
San Francisco. She brought a mail.
The captain reports N. "W. winds
for 3 days, and light and very varia
ble winds till ai rival.
The Lady Lampoon brought 383
bales of hay, 1(51! cases dry goods,
bread, etc., 30 boxes candles, etc.,
2,005 bags bone-meal etc., 1 case
Telephone material, iio bbls lime,
beer, 31V bbls salmon, and X',S8G
pkga general merchandise.
Tlio Selina will sail for San Fran
The U, S. S. Lackawanna leaves
to-morrow for Callao via S. S. Isl.
The Zcalandia's passage was C
days and 18 hours with heavy wes
The s.s. City of Tokio is duo from
Hongkong the ilrst week in May.
local & General items.
Cuowih of "isitors inspected the
Swiftsurc on Sunday. It is well
. , .
Tiik prico of sugar is ribing both
in Manilla and Now Yoik. Latest
Manilla quotations aro 0.80 to
&G.91, and New York $7.75 to $7.00.
It would be u good thing if u load
or two of black sand were dumped
hi those holes in King street, about
opposite to Judge liickerton's.
Tub Iwalani passed Lahaina at
10:30 p.m. last Tuesday, the Like
like being 5 miles astern, She arriv
ed ntMaalaea at 11:30 p.m. She
had about hulf-a-uiilo start of the
Ox Sunday afternoon a bar-man
of a local saloon fell off the wharf in
attempting to get into the Swift
buro's steam launch. He was
promptly fished out.
Our readers will notice that Mr.
C. O. Merger, has removed his office
fiom Kaahumanu street to Merchant
street next door to the Bank. The
premises have been nicely fitted up,
and the ollieo is one of the most
convenient in the city.
i .- .
As instances of quick travelling
we ma mention that the Hon. II. A.
1'. Cmtcr anived in "Washington just
11 days after leaving here. Mr. P. C.
Jones', jr., however over-tops this, for
in an absence of 3 1 days, including
five days of rest travelled over 12,0 10
miles an average of over 350 miles
Mn. P. C. .To.n'ls, jr., letinncd on
the steamer accompanied by Captain
E. L. Kibbins, who is to superintend
the introduction of the Jams Patent
Furnace into this island. We are
glad to welcome all inptovements
in the condition of our sturoundings,
and this will be one, wo are sure.
As the Swiflsurc's steam launch
was towing back the hist load of
visitois on Sunday afternoon it was
found the propeller wouldn't work.
A Hawaiian visitor jumped over
board and found a rope wound
round it several times. He cut this
through, and coining to the surface
was taken into the boat again. Just
as he got in an enormous shark rose
at the same spot.
Ox Sunday night Mr. Cruzim
made an announcement to which, we
think, every publicity should be
given. On Thursday night the usual
monthly social will be held, but on
this occasion it will take the form of
a lecture by himself, entitled "Kings
of Men ; or, Success in Life." Con
versation, &c, afterwards. "We
trust a large audience will be there
to enjoy the beauties of the lecture.
Oirit esteemed contemporary, the
Saturday Press, came out last week
under the guidance of a new hand,
Mr. K. S. Smith. Mr. Smith is from
San Francisco, where he has been
for some lime in the profession.
Wo welcome him to our journalistic
ranks here ; for, if first impressions
arc right he will show himself a
generous friend or an able enemy,
as occasion requires.
Just before the departure of the
steamer we came across an example
of honesty which deserves to be re
corded. A gentleman, who was go
ing away on the steamer, came up
to us and paid his arrears of sub
scription, remarking that he had de
rived such benefit from the paper
while here, that it would be unfair
to go without paying for it. As we
were totally unaware that he had
been a subscriber or was owing any
thing, this was the more gratifying
to us, and wo shall remember him if
he ever returns.
Tin: following is the order of ser
vices at St. Andrew's Cathedral dur
ing Holy Week and Easter Sunday:
During the week: Holy Com
munion, 6:30 a.m.; Matins, 11
a.m. ; Children's service, 5 p.m. ;
Evensong, 7:30 p.m.
Good Friday: Ante-Communion,
0:30 a.m. ; Matins, 11a.m.; Medi
tation on the Seven Words, 2 p.m. ;
Evensong, 7:30 p.m.
Easter Eve: Ante-Communion,
6:30 a.m. ; Evensong, 7:30 p.m.
Easter Sunday: Holy Communi
on, choral (Hawaiian), C:30 a.m.;
Holy Communion, choral (English)
7:30 a.m.; Matins, 11 a.m. ; Holy
Communion, (English), 12 m. ;
Evensong, 7:30 p.m.
Latest Foreign News,
Tlio Zoalaudia anived on Sunday,
C days IS hours from San Francisco,
She bring dates to 11th. From files
kindly biipplicd us by Col G Mac
farlnno and Messrs. J. "Y. Kobeitson
& Co., wo oxtiaet tlio following:
Tlio s.s. City of Tokio will leave
Hongkong for San Fianeisco, via
Honolulu, on the 11th April, calling
at this place early in May. Cougross
has passed the Tariff Bill. It will
ail'ect tlio piico of sugar to tlio
Planters 4 cent a lb. Tlio Manilla
basis has gone up 2(5 cents. Wig
gins' great storm was i aging along
tho East coast, according to latest
tologrums. Tides were higher than
over before knowiit The proposed
now charter for San Francisco, was
lost by 35 votes.
Towns in Illinois, and Aikatisas,
have been totally submerged by the
flood. The Golos, the lnbt indepen
dent, lfussian newspaper has been
suppressed. The Mississippi steam
boat, Yazoo, has been sunk, 10 lives
lost. 8 vessels lost in tho North
Sea in one storm. A British mer
chant ship has been seized by tho
Guatemalan Government. J. P.
Green Author of the famous "His
tory of tho English J'eoplo" is
dead. The Governments of France,
Pussia, Spain, and Austria still have
their hands full in suppressing
Socialists and Anarchists.
London Mai ch 10. The Times,
in an article obviously based on
olliciul information, says that in
vestigations will implicate the Land
League in tho immediate patronage
of crime, and pcihaps establish a
connection between it and the In
vineibles. Egau's flight is believed
to be due to a diead of this hibt
danger. Sundry prominent Land
League! s am expected to follow
him. The Ti i cs plainly points to
l'arncll and other niembeis of Parlia
ment as probably included in the
presumption of guilt afforded by
Egan's flight, a. pioumption involv
ing the whole organization of the
Land League and every one of its
authorities. In the Commons,
O'Brien on Thursday declared that
Trcvelynn, the Chief Secretary, was
deserving tho execration of Ireland.
The Field Mnibluilship confened
by the Emperor of Germany upon
the Prince of Wales, though partly
a personal compliment to the mem
bers of his own family, is not with
out political significance.
The Berlin Government keeps a
sharp eye on the Anglo-French
differences, and is perfectly willing
to see them increase.
The passage of the bill prohibiting
trap-pigeon shooting furnishes a
singular example of tlio influence of
the Princess of Wales. Tho Queen
has expressed heiself delighted with
the hugeness of the majoiity. Lord
Iiandolph( Churchill characteristical
ly supported tho clause against stag
hunting, because, he said, tiadesnien
took pait in that sport.
A correspondent of the Thms at
Dublin states the enrollment of re
cruits in the ranks of the Invineiblcs
still proceeds, notwithstanding the
readiness of the men now in jail to
betray one another.
Trevclynii, Chief Secretary of Ire
land, in a. speech in the House of
Commons this afternoon, assured the
House that the condition of Ii eland
was moie tranquil than for some
AUCTION SALES BY LYONS & LEVEY.
This Day, Tuesday,
March 20th- at 10 a. m., at Sales Boom,
Regular Cash Sale !
Superior Clothing, Dry Goods,
Fancy GooiN, etc.
Single and Double Harness
1 California Milk "Wagon,
1 New Phaeton,
1 Open Impress, &c.,&c.
Lyo.ns & Lnvnv, Auctioneer.,.
ANY infoiinnlloii lending to Iho re
covery of my dog " Schneider,"
will bo tlmnklully leeeived by meat
the Station House.
i)53 t S. McKKAGUE.
OX Saturday week lust, fiom the pic.
niises of Major Wodchousc, Em
ma stieel, a SORREL HOUSE, while
Btur on forehead, clipped, bear on fore
knee, indescribable brand. $10 reward
will bo paid on delivery of the horse to
HAY "WODE'UOUSE, Jr.,
!)o3 lw Emilia street.
CO. BEKCSER respectfully an-
noiinces that ho has i cinoved his
olllcc to Kn.iHMciriiiiuthticul, formerly
occupied by Dr. Ilnll'iiiami, next door to
Blsl.op & Co'm 13. ml;, and nearly oppodtu
tho Coiilial Telephone Olllce. ii5H i)t
Ladie3' Benevolent Society.
THERE will bo a meeting of tho La
dles' Benevolent Society oa Thurs.
day afternoon, at U o'clock. A full at.
tendance is earnestly requested. In tho
exeiiing there will he a Musical and
Literary Entertainment, as usual follow
ed by a Social. On thin occasion tho
Literary and Musical part will take a
new form. Those who listened a short
time ago to Mr. Cin.nn'Hlecluie, entitled
"Kings of Men, or Success in Life,"
will remember that it was a good lee.
tain and worthy of a belter audience.
This lectin u was so well liked that Mr.
Cumin was uiged to icpeat it, and he
has Kindly consented to do so for tho
bcnollt ot Hio Ladle.' Benevolent So.
oiety. Tho admission feo ispuiposely
liitulo very biiihII for udulls, 25 cents;
for ehlldion under 14, 15 cents. I'ho
Literniy Entertainment will bo held in
tho audience loom of the Chinch, and
afturwiiids Refreshments will bo served
down stairs, as usual, "We cordially In
vito tho community generally, of all
klndieds, tribes, and people, thokimxat
lias and tho " strnnirci- within nm-
gutoV uud wo promise you a wurm wol-
vvHiyi uyg Q
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
B0LLET1N OFNEW GOODS!
Howc'h Standard Scales, endorsed by tho United Slates
Government. Scales for all purposes. Dormant
"Win chouse Scales, fcc, &c.
A new and circfully selected assoitmcnl of
Clmiulclioi'M, Liuui)N,,and UimtcmtM.
Canlngo Lamps of most appiovcd Amei lean patterns.
Plow3 ami Agricultural Impl'ents
The largest variety to bo found
on the Inlands.
GLOBULAR & ST BEET LAMPS,
WHITE LEAD & PAINTS.
Something for Everybody-a new discovery,
The Mtiguoso-Calcito Fire Proof Safes,
Jewel Cases and Bond Cases.
At a test of the flic pi oof qualities or the Magncso-Calcitc, hold on the sand-lot
near tho City Hall, San FnincUio, Nov. 27th, a pile of about a coid of pltch.plne
wood was .prepared, and live gallon's of tar poured over it. A small iron chost, with
a ipi inch lining of Mngiicsocalcilc was placed In the centre of the pile nnd the
mats set Hi c to. After the client had been kept nt n red heat for an hour, it was
taken from the fire, cooled with water, and opened, and the content', consisting of
papeis and circulars, were found in a perfect state of preservation, being not nt nil
discolored, only slightly warm, and linring a ttllling smell of smoke.
We, tho iinderiignod, wore present at the above test, and saw the box opened,
and we ceitlfy to tho perfect preservation of its contents. The entire test was per
fectly satisfactory to us. H. L. Doiiok, (of Dodge, Sweeney & Co.); C. II. Laton,
A public test ol tho quality ol those goods will bo mado at an early date.
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifyiifg
Between the Hawaiian Islands and the United States, and
between the Hawaiian Islands and
.T. !E2. "WISEMAN,
Real Estate Brokor, Employment Agent and General
Ofllce,S7 Meichant sticct, Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Heal Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and property for sale in nil j-arts of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Booms to lent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
iiiMi. b mrr1 rnT i" J 'Jul;
"STOTJ O.AJVs 33TJTT
EDiCINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER & TEACHER'S'
New DDnig- Stove,
THAN ANY OTHER STOKE IN TOAVN.
313 lm BSr;iF YOU DON'T BELIEVE IT, JUST TRY IT.
H. J. AGNEW
Begs to inform his friends and the public generally, that
he has made complete arrangements for
Constant Supply of Hay, Oats, Bran, &c.,
Or tlc Very BeHt Quality,
"Which wllho oiler for sale nt the Lowest Possible Kates,
From the I st of next month.
All orders will meet with prompt attention, and will bo filled with dispatch. 3-19
HAS REMOVED his Olllce and Rcsi
deuce to the
Cor. of Iticlinvil mill JJcrctnuin WtM.
Omen Houns 8 to 10 n.in.; 1 to !!
:j."51 p.m.: :30 to 7:110 p.m 3m
Asbestos Steam Packing!
For covering Bnlleis and
A Fresh Lot Just Received,
And for Sale In lots to suit by
317 lm Thco. II. Davics & Co.
Old City Market!
No. 103 Nunnnn Street,
O.J. Waller, Proprietor.
Telephone No. 28!).
Always on hand and formula
Prime Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb, &c, &c.
Older received by telephone, or other,
wise, up to 8 o'clock eveiy evening.
Delivery caita will In fiitinoiiin to all
purl-, of Iheeity and miIiuiu,
317 Gi:o, O.vvAJf.vuii, Manager.
No. 0 Queen street Fish Market,
Dealer in choicest
fr, Teal, .11 ut ton, 'Im1, ilc, Ac
I Family and Shipping Ordero carefiiHy
'nt tended to. Live stock furnished to
(vessels nt bhort,notico, and Vcgctiihld?
uj uii emus simpuou iq orucr. ovtiy,
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TUB LARGEST AND MOST COM
The finest Horses to be found in any
drayoge buslncssjn the city.
Hero Is a chnnce for an active nnd ac
commodating young man that has
a lilllo capital to invest and
mukc a good living.
This od'er is open for two weeks.
For terms and paitlculars apply to
U. ir. itoinurraox,
At Brewer & Co's.
Honolulu, March 14th, 1883. 348 2w
THE OLD CORNER
IIaht Hnos., : ' : Proprietors.
Served up In first-class style at all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to ,10 p. m.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
c., Ac, Aleo,
Drinks r... -mMmwi i
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