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WEDNESDAY, MAR. , 1881.
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l'OIl BAN FIIASCISCO.
Mnrlposa,;. .Lcivcs Honolulu, Mnr. loth
"Alameda. . . .Leaveit ltnnnhilii. Apr. 1st.
Diamond Head, Mir. ti, 0:!J0 n.ni
Light N. K. wind.
Uklnn Ar II Dimond from Run Fran.
Stiiir Kinau for windward ports
Stun l'lantcr for windward ports
Stmr Iwalani for Kanai
Schr Khukni for Waialna
Sclu- "VVaichu for Maliko
Sohr Kninoi for Luupalinclioo
Schr Jennie "Walker for Ililo
Torn D S Williams for l't Townscnd
"Whaler Abraham Barker for n cruise
Schr Manuoknwai for "Waimca
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Schr Mary Alice for Molokai
Schr Kaukeaonli for Ilonokaa
Schr Nettie Merrill for Lahaina
Schr Pohoiki for Pnna
Schr Catcrina lor Ilanalci
For Tort Townscnd
"Williams, March M
From San Francisco per "W
Dimond March 1 F J Sy mines,
daughter, II Ncttcr, It Welber, Mrs
L Thomas, A Roodc, C Brown, N W
Brundage, II Kcllcy.
For windward ports, per Kinau,
Ma'r 1 II II II P Liliuokalani, Gov
Dominis, Miss Sheldon, S Roth, J
Austin, EM Barnard &wife, WE
Green, F W Glade, W II Cornwell,
Mrs Coleman & child, Mrs T Shaw,
Mr Walker, L L Kaiama C B Wells.
J M Horner, Miss M Wilder, Mrs S
G Wilder, W II Bailey, L Arsue, W
T Rhodes, W G Irwin, W R Seal.
For wind waul ports, per Planter,
March -1 His Majcstj' the King and
10 servants, J Cushinghara, Father
Lconorc, Bro Bertram, Mrs Pamcn
tcr and servant, M Yyman, G L
Decha, Walter Michael Pomroy,
D L Kinimaka and wife, J Kaae,
Mrs M E Givin, Rev Forbes and GO
For Kauai per Iwalani, March 4
E Murray, E Sutherland, Miss A M
Paris, J M Halm, It A Macfic and
wife, W D Schmidt, G N Wilcox,
Miss Ritson, G Titcomb, P Kanoa,
and 32 deck.
The W. II. Dimond, Capt. lloudlctt,
19J days from San Francisco, arrived
yesterday with 17 horses, :W mules, 8
cows, 1 bull, 1 wagon, lf0 bbls or lime,
118,000 bricks, 2G5U bundles ol shingles,
1G0 cases of bread, !.. bales of bags, SO
sks of oats, 30:5 sks of bran, 1G00 s.ks of
Hour, 237 bales of hay, 300 sks of barley,
etc. She is consigned to "V. G. Irwin &,
The Nettie Merrill went to Laliaiuu
look on board 2100 bags of sugar, and
returned to Honolulu in -1 days.
"i Tlie u. u. iuurray win uiku iiiu uu
r brought by the whaler Fleetwing.
The Caibaiien has been chartered by
AV. G. Irwin & Co., the freight that was
in her has been transferred to the D. C.
Murray. She is loading at the O. S. S.
, wharf and expects to sail to-morrow.
The whaler Abraham Darker sailed
yesterday for a cruise.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Tanni: is a three roomed cottage
to let, on the plains.
Tin: salo of furniture in Camp
bell's Block takes place to-day.
His Majesty left for Kau yester-
day in the Planter. He will return
in about n fortnight.
Lkssoxs in French, at very rea
sonable rates, will bo given by Mrs.
Moriarty at private residences.
Tin: tenders for tho erection of
the new Government offices will not
lie received after noon to-day.
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Tub broken window at the jail has
been repaired, but no railing has yet
been erected round tho parapet.
Mk, Lilikalani, one of the newly
elected representatives for Honolulu,
was taken suddenly ill on Monday
DuniNci the absence of Mr. S. 1.
Shaw, from the Kingdom, Mr. L, C.
Abies has full power of attorney to
uct for him.
Tjib receipts at tho Custom House,
during the month of January, were
53,900; in February tho total was
Tub lost band concert will be
given in Emma Square to-morrow
cveuing. Burger' promises several
Mn. F. M. Hatch is authorized to
take orders for cattle from Knncoho
Unnch during the absence of Mr. P.
(.'. .Iniios Jr.
Tin: dredge was at work yester
day, off the. esplanade, and suc
ceeded in hauling up some stones
and empty bottles.
Tin: use of alligator leather hnB
becoino so general that it causes the
slaughter, every year, of GJOOOjOOO
pigs. Peclc's Sun.
Tin: streets of Honolulu "being
rather narrow it is not desirable to
use them when young horses are
being broken in to harness.
Tin: much admired lino of Gents
Shoe Ware arc still the great point
of attraction, in the Foit street win
dow of- M. Mclncrny's store, and
ought to be seen by everyone before
removal. ' G52 3t.
Some of the members of the v61un
teer corps arc in the habit of wear
ing their regulation overcoats, in
damp weather, with a straw hat and
their working day denims. Is tlicic
an officer in charge of the volunteers?
Wires referring, on Monday, to
last month's Mortuary report, we
drew attention to the fact that most
of the deaths occurred in ward nine.
This ward includes the Branch Hos
pital and the Queen's Hospital.
TnxuEiis for the erection of a
Court house and lock up, in the dis
trict of Ewa, will be received, till
12th Inst, at the office of the Minis
ter of the Interior where plans and
specifications can be seen.
Watt.r is one of the necessities of
life, but it is not always pure and
unadulterated. The only way to
obtain the genuine article is by pur
chasing a hygienic filter and water
cooler from Lyons & Levey.
Mk. George L. Babcock has ar
rived in Honolulu and proposes to
give lessons on the piano. He has
been a resident of Oakland, Califor
nia, for eighteen years, and holds
testimonials from the Home School
and McClurc's Military Academy.
Mi1. Babcock, who hails from Bos
ton, studied for nine years in Ger
many. The horses that arrived by the AV.
II. Dimond are said to be suffering
from cold, caused bjr exposure.
Where are the stock inspectors and
quarantine grounds ?
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Tin: overworked military might be
employed to clean up the sidewalks
outside the Palace, during His Ma
jesty's absence. It would exercise
their muscles, give them an appetite
for their meals, something to do and
lessen the tedium of the day. Captain
Baker, the newly elected legislator,
should lake a pride in seeing the
surroundings of the Senate in apple
On Wednesday and Thursday last
a medical examination of the pupils
of Iolani College took place in ac
cordance with the order of the Board
DAMAGED BY SEA
$3,700 Worth of the finest Silk Goods
ever brought to Honolulu, thu entire invoice will be sold at ,
75 per cent less than the Wholesale Cost !
This lot of very choice goods will be marked in plain figures, and will be
PLACED ON EXHIBITION,
Thursday, 28th? Friday, 29th9
SALE TO COaBIENCE ON MONDAY, MAHCH JJrd, 1S8J.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.,
Dry Goods Importers,
Fori Street, Honolulu.
of Health. Dr. Brodic was engaged
by His Lordship the Ilishop to do
the woik, mid n clean bill of health
was the result. It in to be hoped
now that rumors concerning this in
stitution will be quieted, as there
lias been no foundation whatever for
what has been said in regard to the
health of the. boys. For the future
no boy will be taken into the school
as either boarder or day scholar,
without a satisfactory certificate of
good health being produced.
II. R. II. Princess Liliuokalaui
and His Excellency Governor Domi
nis left for Maui yesterday by the
Kinau. Tho band was playing on
the wharf by order of His Majesty.
Mn. Baldwin, the Inspector of
Schools, has just returned from Ha
waii, lie has made an official tour
of all the other islands since Octo
ber, and now proceeds to inspect the
schools on Oahu.
Excih'tion' Denied for lawyers,
Jumped At The Chance for amateur
reporters who could easily fill n pa
per, Grand Opera for members of
the musical society, and Crack-Nut
Sunday for all church goers, are tliff
articles on the fourth page.
Tin: first performance of Slier
man's Circus will be given on Tues
day evening next at the foot of
Richard Street. The greatest attrac
tion of the circus is said to be the
three horses Tommy, Barney and
Jack; they have been trained to
such a Btalc of perfection as to al
most equal a man hi intellect, and,
in fact, a gentleman, who has seen
them, tells us that they have more
sense than some men. Besides per
formers on horizontal bars and tra
pezes there is the child wonder,
Little Gloria, with his Shetland po
nies, who is a wonder in his little self
and the delight of the juvcinles.
The Gymnasium on Fire.
Soon after midnight the dread
alarm sounded and the telephone
officials informed the public that the
Catholic Church on Fort street was
on fire. This proved not to be the
case, for the fire was in the building
of the Honolulu Athletic Associa
tion. Some of the members had
been practising last night and the
inference is that a cigar or eigarctle
stump had been left on a ledge in
the building and dropped on to a
mattress, which smouldered for
some hours. Mrs. F. Dowling first
discovered the fire and aroused her
husband who extinguished the flames
Policeman No. 0G wits at once on
the spot and gave the alarm. Tho
building was somewhat damaged and
an assessment will probably be made
to repair damages. The only direc
tor of the Association present was
Mr. Frank Godfrey. Marshal Parke,
Captains Marcos and Mehrtcns were
at once on the scene, which fortu
nately proved not so disastrous as
was expected, s Several boards and
part of the floor have been destroyed
jiulicB aro respectfully invited to examine these
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y,
1 Till'. MAUNIl'-UJlT
n w nml r.pgiiittitc.inhl)A
MAUIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will 1 sue Honolulu and S.m
Ki iiielsoo on the
lot and 15th of Each Month.
i'AssUNumn may have their names
booked In advance by applying al the
olllce of tho m-oiils.
Passengers by this line arc hereby no
tified thai they will bo allowed 'JOO lbs
of baggage fice by tho Ovcrhnd Hall
way, when traveling East.
Excursion Tickets tor Round Trip, $125,
good to letuin by any of the Company's
Steamers within ninety days.
Mr.nciiANDtBK intended for shipment
by litis line will bo received free of
chnrgo in tho Company's New Ware
houso and leceipls issued for tame.
Insuiiaxci: on merchandise, whilst in
the warehouse, will be ut owner's risk.
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
Steam Navigation Company's
MN IB OF STEAMjEKS.
baits . . . Commander,
Will mn regularly for Komi and Kau :
Le.vvks Honolulu at i r.sr. ox
Friday, Jan. 11 Friday, Feb. 22
Tuesday, Jan. 2ii Tuesday, Mar. 4
Friday, Feb. 1 Fridny, Star. 14
Tuesday, Feb. 12 Tuesday, Mar. 25
AnmvKs at Honolulu at 5 p.m.
Friday, Jan. 18 Friday, Feb. 211
Tuesday, Jan. 2!) Tuesday, Mar. 11
Friday, v eb. 8 Friday, Mar. 21
Tuesday, Feb. 10
camrhok, - - - Commander,
Lcavos Honolulu every Tuosday
at r p.m., for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Elcele,
and Wn imc:i, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawiliwili every Saturday evening.
Tho James Makee,
ntr.KMAN, ... commander
Leaves Honolulu every Thursday
at II p.m. for Ivapaa and Kilaucn. Ue.
turning, leaves Kauai every Tuesday at
4 p-m., and touching at 'Wainac, both
The C. R. Bishop,
uavis, - Commander.
Loaves Honolulu ovcry Tuesday
at 4 p.m. for Kukuiliaele, Ilonokaa and
Piuiuhuu. llcturning arrives at Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
S King, Commander,
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Labiiitm, Mna
laea Bay, Makena, Mnhukona, Ka
waihae, Laupahoelioe and Hilo.
Returning, will touch at all tha
alove ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Saturday afternoon.
FOR IIILO DIRECT.
The Clipper Schooner
3Ioison, - - - Mailer,
"Will run regularly between Honolulu,
and Hilo. For freight or passage apply
to the Captain on boaid, or to the
Pacitio Navigation Co.,
Gil Jim Cor. Niuianu is Queen Ms.
Tim KAST SAII.INO
will run icgulnrly
"WAIALUA EVE11Y MONDAY,
Itcturning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply 10 the
Captain on board, or to
Pacific Navigation Co.,
181 . AgentH.
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My Elegant Assortment of Mew Goods
t I'leute.l by m, elf In lv U L i lo.i. and Nov York,
Are How Opea id Ready for Inspection
jYjVI? SAJLiHJ, tuul eomiM'iHD
Never before introduced here, among which will be foiud
Entirely New Patterns in
Ladies', Misses', siii! Ciiililra1;: Boots mil! Sloes.
C2T -iust ski: :my -a
Elegant Paris Made French Kiel Gaiters,
Do not fail to see the
Now Stylus iunl Colors in Ladies' ami Misses' Silk,
Liisle, and Bnlbi'iggun lloso.
NKW STYI.KS OF LADIES' PUltSKS. in Peacock, Illue, Old Gold, and
Maroon Plush, &c, ice, &c.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Gent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
It Is not necessary for me to enumerate the many new good's now
introduced by me Here, but the
BLadies are in yited to call and judge for themselves,
IKenuBfly & Go.'s Bulletiii of Kew Goods !
Per " Alameda " Feb. 22.
Fiti:su EASTniiN Oysti:k, in Tins and Shells.
Knnsn Salmon Cm.niiv, etc., On Ice.
Fiikii Canned and I5ottm:i) Goods.
Ring up Telephone 240.
Iicave your Orders ut
KENNEDY & Co.,
Popular Grocery Store, 07 and G9 Hotel street
MAONEALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Inside Bollwork and Hinge Cap.
A Lsirtfc Assortment of these justly Celebrated Safes
Over 500 in daily use
Safes Sold for Gash,
l'or Price, Circulars, etc., apply to
510 tf li
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINES.
This Well-known jNIiicliiiie is now need at tlie lloynl Palace, Hnwaiian Hotel,
Miisiollallind'a iiuiulidr of private residences, giving eiitlro satisfaction every
where. It Is tlie most economical Machine In use, easily managed and automatic in its
I can furnish fioin uJJOJMglit to a 1000 Light Machine,' einnlicr sizes constantly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply lo
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
f.nt tf li HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
IN QUANT1TIKS TO SUIT,
$13 sx Cord.
Apply nt IlitOlllco of the
PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co.
Corner Nuiuuiu and Queen HtrcclH
on the Hawaiian Islands. 1
or on the Installment Plan.
BERG-ER, General Agent,
I V YOUIt HOUSE IS BIOK or LAME,
JL or any way out of order, call ou A
T. 11AKKK, at Capt. J. C. Cluney'H sta
liles- corner of Queen & Punchbowl sta.
ST'Urcaklni; howes to Fuddle or car
rlago u specialty. 420 ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Cdin.il fim.lnild Dl 1 ...I ... Hid ll.lll
--,-Maiumi. UlUIHtltt PHKHI .llll.O, uwm
cro. coolers: iron, brass ami lead cast
lugs j machinery of every description Jp
jiuulo to order. Particular iittentlon paid fit
to snip a uiaci: sinituing, jou worn exe
cuted at short notice. . 1