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WKDNKMUY, MARCH 21, 188!).
TH18 DAY'S DOINGS.
MORNINQ. , ., .
CriukuUnatcli, at JMakuu Reserve,
at 11 o'clock.
Onhu Lodge, No. 1 K. of P. 7:30.
Hctliul Pia.vor Mooting, nt 7:.'I0.
Fort Si. Church, Prayer Meeting
at 7 :H0.
St. Aiuhow's Catliechnl, Holy
Week Set vice. 7:;H).
By piivntc letters we learn lliat
Professors Hastings, Rockwell and
Holdcn were to form a paity for ob
serving the next eclipse of the Sun.
They wcie to goto Callao, via Pana
ma, and thence by a U. S. man-of-war
toAaecnsion or l'onape, Caro
line Islands, arriving there about
April 2 1th. The .eclipse is caleulaC
cil to titko place on May 0th. After
making their observations they will
conic to Honolulu, and proceed to
San'Prancisco by the steamer from
Australia. Piofessor Hastings, the
spectroseopist of the expedition, is a
l elation of our own Chief Justice.
Professor Rockwell was hci c before,
to observe the Transit of Mercury,
on his own account. The eclipse is
calculated to have six minutes of
totality, and can only be observed
thoroughly at the Caioline Islands
and one other spot in the North
Gb'cn by the combined Hands on
Monday niht passed off very suc
cessfully. The Squaic itself was
crowded to a greater extent than on
any previous occasion within me
mory, and a row of can inges lined
each side of Emma stieet, from
Boretania street to the Square, and
was continued round the Squaie.
Our own Band came first on the
stand aDd played two selections,
each being received with applause.
Then the English boys came, to the
front and played two charming
pieces, also receiving the approba
tion of the audience. The second
part, which lasted till after 10
o'clock", was carried on by both
Bands. In our judgment " Na
buoco," " Hit and Miss," and
" Giuranicnlo " wcie not only the
most pleasurable hut also the most
vigorously applauded. We shall be
very glad to hear the Swiftstirc's
Band again, and it will always give
us pleasure to do. so, but wc think
Mr. Bergcr and his boys have no
thing .to fear, from them, for their
well-earned lam els.
A MYSTERIOUS EXPEDITION.
Yesterday the,Ninilo, C.ipt. .Per
jnaiu, slefL poit, having cleared
for Sibeiia. It was stated
that b1io wjll, g( salmon-fishing.
She has (!()() barrels and n quantity
of salt on board, with which to pro
servo the expected lake. She is to
return in fepleiDbur. Altogether
Hierc arc 21 poisons on board, most
of whom arc part-proprietors of the
vessel. ,' .
An unusual scciccy has been ob
bcrvcd on the part of all connected
with her about the real object of, the
expedition, as it is not denied that
the salmon-fishing is only a part of
the object of the voyage. It ii hint-,
ed that llic'cnptnin has some know
ledge of something, and'if it is found
all right thcio will bo a sum of, say
8 i 0,000, to divide at tho end of the
voyage; but that this unknown
quantity is oily to be had in the one
voyage. After it is once obtained,
thetc is an end of it.
II may bo, however, that all this
is mere talk, and that we have heio
a simple fishing expedition. AVc
shall sec, however, what has been
the matter when these " Piratical
Kovcrs of the Boundless Deep," ic
tum from their buccaneering. The
accomrj, of; their voyage wipV-no
doubt, bo deeply iiitciestiug.
, k SHIPPINa NOTES. v
It was 'Yoported from Waiaimo
yesterday, that the sloop line Hawaii
was lost at Makalia on Satin day.
H. $. M. S. SwiUtuuo will sail for
Victoria, B, 0., tu-uiuriow,
Monday, Mai oh lilth.
YV. Brown, Kualii, Knninpun,
Wainui and Kepau, di links, foif cit
ed 80 bail, each. Kimiona and M.
McConley, di links, lined So and 51
costs, each. Kanapi, icmandcd from
tho'lGlli, fined $? and $3.20 costs".
Apana, disuniting quiet of night,
forfeited $10 bail. Waihe alid Kale,
affray, forfeited SI 0 bail each. O.
Wilson, violating Rule J Express
Regulations, fined $.") and ?:t costs,
lvaalaj, Kawikn and Keo, imnnuded
from "the Ifitli; found miilty inhd
degico, fined $20 and 83.U5 costs
each; appeal to Supieino Court
noted. C. Mori is and C. Alvoiez, ic
mauded from the 1-Mb, ic-reniauded
to 22nd. 15. 11. Norton, remanded
f lorn tho 12(h, rc-ieinandcd to 22ud.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
.Mil: mail by the bgtno Seliiiii, for
S.in Fraheisco, clocs at the Post
Ollleo at 1 p. m. this day.
Tin: old Palace ice-cream saloon
is being torn down, and a new place
built on the same area for Messrs.
Tin: brig Hazard has only been
chartered 1)3' the Planters' Labor &
Supply Co., and not bought, as
stated by ourKahului correspondent.
In our yesterday's issue wc made
a mistake in the name of the gentle
man who is superintending the intro
dilution of theJarvis Patent Furnace
in the islands. It should have read
Captain E. L. Bobbins.
Ax express, while going round the
Squaie. lan into the hind wheel of a
light buggy at the Concert on Mon
day bight. Foitunatcly no set ions
damage or injury was inflicted a!-
though both carriages were occupied.5
It is quite a common occurrence
lately to hear piivatcly that some
store has been left unlocked during
the night. Possibly thcio may be
professional burglars around. At
any rate it is. as well to bo more
!Wk have been shown a private
letter, in which the writer, who .was
a passenger ,on the Zcalandia, which
arrived in San Francisco on Febru-
aiy 20lh, states that the whole of
the passengers had to undergo a
rigid examination for suspected
Om: readers will notice that Prof.
Hitchcock, in his lecture, as report
ed in this issue, predicts an eruption
near Kilauca shoitly. It will be in
tcicsting to note if this will happen.
This concluding instalment of the
report will be found on our first
page. ' .
, --" -
A number of tho Berlin KhuWcr
ailutsch, u German Comic t paper,
which came by the Sue had, wc
hear, a picture representing a high
personage here dancing the national
dance. This slight incident shows
that Hawaii in becoming nunc and
more known abroad even if only by
Oi'ii rendcis will sec from an ad-1
veitisemcnt in another column that
Dr.- Rodgcrs has lemovcd his resi
dence to the hotel cottage oil the
corner of Richards and Bcretania
hticct?,iind in future will keep his"
office at the same place, where he
will he happy to see his patients and
It waH reported yesterday that the
confidential cleik of one of our lead
ing Chinese films, who was himself
interested in a number of commer
cial vcntines, had dcpailed for
Australia per steamer. This wouldn't
matter so much, but it is thought
that he has obtained some thousands
of dolliii'H in loans, accounts, etc,
for which tho bills aic now begin
ning to fall due.
It would be well if, in future,
cauiiigcs wcie only allowed to diive,
when Concerts are being performed
round Kniina Square in one diiection.
Several instances were noted on
Monday liglit wlicjc accidents; woro
neaily caused by carriages, diiven
in opposite directions, meeting and
causing a block. Afterwards this
wasiemedied by the Hack Police,
but one private carriage was seen
whose owner didn't attend to these
Tho Athletic Association had a
good piaelico at the Gymnasium
A Cricket Match will be played
to-day between the Honolulu Cricket
'I..K .,.i iii r nt. ...,. cit t -i -
viulj iiini iiiu viuv;i;ia ui 11. i. iu. j. (
Swiftsurc. Play is to cominciicc at
11:30 a. m., and stumps to bo
drawn at 0:30 p in. Tho Swift
Mil o baud will play during the match.
Tlic'followtug is the Swiftsurc team:
Captain Aitchlson, Liouts. Evan
Thomas, lion. A. Bethull, Van der
Byl, and Mcssis. Neal, Luard, Pal
mer, Scioggs, Goldlinch, A. Dawson,
and II. Dawson (Captain). The
Honolulu team is as follows : YV. & J.
Lislunan1, II. & G. Wodehonso, R.
Mossinan, R. Churchill, II. Whitney,
C'apt. Haley, J. Lycctl, A. Smytlie,
amlP.'H. W. Ross (Captain).
l'rom our owil Corrpoui1cnt.
March 10th, 1883.
The Ida Schnaucr sails to-night
for San Francisco with 7 cabin pas
sengers and about (00 Ions of "sugar
and sundries. Business has been
lively lately in the Hilo Police Court,
no less than 8 aricsU having been
made in Hilo town and vicinity, for
selling liquor without license-, : Up to
date there lias been four convictions.
There arc certain parties hcic, as
everywhere, who will have liquor in
spite of the laws, but the general
sentiment of tho community is,
don't grant any license if you do,
you hasten the doom of the native
race. And although there will, in
ppitc of'lho laws, be more or less sly
drinking, it is confined to a class
whom whiskey is bound to kill soon
er or later, and it doesn't offer tlfc
same temptations to the young and
weak that an open licensed house
would do, and it also puts tho price
of liquor so high (particularly if the
law is enforced occasionally)' that it
is beyond the reach of tho poorer
classes. A drunken native is n siht'
almost unknown in the towii of Hilo
let it remain bo.
The volcano is ycry, nctivp," an
eruption in the direction of Kau or
Puna is now in order. '
The Hilo plantations arc turning
out sugar in great quantities, the'
yield being far greater than ever bc-
i fore, owing to bone-meal and good
weather. The district will, it is
thought, take oJf this year's crop at
least 10,000 tons. Wc need the rail
road to open up the remaining lands,
of which there ,010, thousands of
acics still lying idle.
The schr. Emma Claudiim, jCapt.
Patson, sailed March 13th fpr San
Francisco with the following cargo:
0,812 bags btigar, weighing 001,201
pounds, -183 hides, 1 bdl. sheep
skins and 10 bbls. tallow; total
The brig Hazard, Capt. Paulsen,
having been sold to the Planters'
Labor & Supply Co., will bail on
Fiiday for your poit; to be fitted
out for a trip to the South Sea
March 13th, 1883.
' 1 1
1 A LADIES for the-
XU UrcNHinnkiiiB Parlor.
Apply immediately to '
JJ. P. EHLEllSVfc Co.,
854 4t I'-pitsticet.
Removal Notice. . .
O. UERCiEH ropcolfuljy an-
nouhecs that ho lias fcmovcd kit
olticc to In.'J4MonliajiUtiect, formerly
occupied by Dr. IlnUliiumi, next door to
Bishop & Co'h H.mk.and nearly opposite
tliu Central Telephone Olticc. 'Ml Hi
Ladies' Benevolent Sooiety.
rpiIERE will bo a meeting of the La
JL 1II0V Benevolent Society on Thins,
day afternoon, at a o'dlnak, A full ntf
teiulnnco is cauiolly lequcstcd. In the
uvciilug thcio will ho a MihIciI and
Lltei'.iiy Entcilaliimcut, as usual follow
ed by 11 tinolat. On this occasion (ho
Llleiaiy ami Musical part will tnko a
nowfoim. Those who listened n short
UmongotoMr. Ciuan's lectin c, entitled
"Kings of 3Iun, or Success in Life,"
will lemcailicr that it wits' a good lee.
lino and worthy of a hotter audience.
Tills lecture was so well liked that Mr,
Crit7iiu was uigrd to lopcat it, and ho
has kindly consented to do so for the
lieuollt of tho Ladies' Benevolent So.
ciety. The admission feo is puipoacly
uiado very small for itdults, 25 ceiits;
lor chlldien under 11, 15 cents; I'lio
Liler.uy Knteitainmcat will bo held In
the audience room pf.tlio Chinch, quel
aftci winds Refreshments will bu served
down htaiiij, n ubiul. Wc lordialjy in
ilo tho community goneially, of all
Minimis, tiilK',-), and people, tholc.imai
uas and the "Miaiigers within our
galo," mid w 0 proinUo yon u warm wel
come, you 31
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
HoweNi Stnndnrd denies, endorsed by the United States
Government. Scaler for all puipocs. Dormant
' ' YVorchotilc'Scnlc, &c.,'&6.'
Anew and ruefully selected nssotlpicnt of
ChiuuleltorM, 'JatiipK, and Laiitci'iiK.
C.iniagc Limps of most appiocd American patlcins.
Plows and Agricultural Impl'onis
The largest vai lely to ho, found
on tho l-laiid".
GLUDULAU it STHEET LAMPS,
WHITE Li:AD & PAINTS.
Something for Everybody-a nev discovery,,
The Mrtg-iicso-Oalcito , Firo Proof Safes;
, 1 ewcl.Cases null Bond Case?..
At a test of the the pioot minlitics of the MagncMO-CnlcltOj-holdon'thesnnd-lot'
ncar'tlio Oily Hall, San FKllicNcb', Nov. 27th, n pib' of about n 'ord of pltch.nlnc
wood was picp.ircd, mill live gallons of t.ir pnurcd oVcr It. 'A small iroii clicst',"Nvlth "1
a i)y inch llnlag'of Magnoso-caloile was plaicd in tho .centre of the pile mill tho
Iliads sol lire to. After the chest had boon kept nt a red heat for nn hour, it was
taken iiom tho Ibe, cooled with water, and opened, and the contcnt,'conilstlng of
pipers and cliculm-s, wore found in a peifect slate of preservation, boing.not at all,
discolored, only slightly w.uni, and having a trilling smell of smoke.
We. the uniluHi lulled, were piosont at'thb nhovo tcVt, nnd'saw (he li&x opened,'
and wo ceitify fo the p'lirleot preservation of ita content?. Tho enUic tcil,wns,per.,f ;
feolly satisfactory to us. 11. L. Donui:, (of Dodge, Sweeney, it Co.); C. 11. Laiok,
and other?. ' ' '
- , A public tost of tho quality ol those goods will.be made al.an early date. ,
Between the Hawaiian islands and the' United States, and
between the Hawaiian Islands and
Beal Estate Broker, Employment Agent .and General " i '
- Business Agent, ' ,( ' i'1 r
Oniee,'27 Mcicliant street, Hawaiian Gaettc Blocki . ' '
Tho only iecogiii.e(l Heal Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and piop'cily for sale in all jails of Honolulu and tho villous Islands. ' , ,'
Hous-os toleii;o and leiit in. Honolulu nndi suburbs. ' ." ' '
Koonis 10 icnt, en suite or single, ihioughoul Honolulu. ' ' "
I 1 I" U I." I I JMII BU
"S"OTJ CAN 33TJ"T
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES.
25 per cent Cheaper at : , ','
IVcw Drnar Stove,
ffHAN ANY OTHER STOKE IN TOWN. ,
-..- i t H .
, , BgJTvIF YOU
1 ' ' '41 1' 1 I i' 1, 1 p
BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY, THAT,
HE HAS MADE COMPLETE ARRANGEMENTS FOR ''
SECURING A " , ' , -.
Constant Supply of Hay, bats, Brail, &c,
I. ti 1 ' . it r,
Oftlio Voiv lJcHi'Qualiiy, ' ' '
Which ho -will oirer for sale at the Lowest PossibloiHatcs, ,
' From the I st of next month.
All orders w ill meet -with piompt attcutjon and w ill lie filled with dispatch. 319
HAS REMOVED his OlhYeaud Rcsl.
deuce to the
Cor. or Itirhnriln and Slerctnuln Hin.
Ortici: Hotlits S to 10 11,111.; 1 lo 3
351 p.m.: 0:30 to 7:3 p.111 3m
Asbestos Steam Packing-J
F01 covcibjg Boieis and
Steam Pipe. '
A Fresh Lot Just Received,
And foe Kale in lots touil by
i3t7 lm Tlieu. 11. Jlavien &Co.
Old ,City Market !
Nail03 Nuunnu Street, "
nkwly 'xiiavryED 'r
O.J. Waller, Proprietor.
Telephone No. S8.
Always'on hand and'for Salb
Prime Beef, Mutton, Veal,
. Limb, &c, &c. 1 r
Outers received by telophono, or other,
wise, up to 8 o'clock cveiy evening.'
Dellveiy cailiwill Infutiuoiiin to ajl
parts of the oily and bubiirb.
317 Gho. OAVANA(i)i,.JInnagcr.
No. 0 Queen sliVcti Fish JIarkct,
Healer in choicexl
lifer, Veal, Xutton, 'lb. Ac4 Ai:
attended o, Llvq snick furiiUhcd to'
jw.ssfii hi. Miuu nuiii'o, mm vegeia'ucd
of all kinds supplied lo outer. 310 ly
r Jl' il'l
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DON'T BELIEVE IT, JUST JTEY IT.1
.If tl ' 1 I l ,1 I .'!'
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THE LARGEST 'AND MOBT COM
PLEl'E ' ,
-l'lio, fiojt Horses to be found jn any
,,lrayago business Jin.thc city,'
Hero'1 is a chance 'for air'nctivoand nc.
commotliiting yo'nlig man that bus1
a'liltle capital to invest and
' ' 'make a good living. '
Tills ofTer is open for two weeks.
For tcimsliiul parllculois" apply to
,& If. ltOBKUTOX,
At JJrowcr & Co's1.
Ilonobilli, March 1 1th, 1883. 318 2w
THE OLD CORNER
, Established, J858.
Haht Uiiosv 1 1 Proprictoia.
Rprxnl "H 1" flrsejass stylo nt all hour
Open from a. m. to 10 p. m.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
i' . &c, &11.' AIbo,
Icott Xriujlc! ,,