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SATURDAY, MAR. 8, 188-1.
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
KOU ATI ItIiM) AMI) Bn:,T.Y:
Ant-tralla On Al udi 22nd
1 OH PAN 1'HANCISCO.
Sltnr Zeilnnilhi Mm.li 10
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
I'Oll SN 1'HAKCISCO.
Muiposa. . . .Leaves Honolulu, Mar. lot li
Alameda... . I. wives Ho ohilu. Apr. 1st.
Diamond Head, Mar. 8, (I:!!!) a.m
Lijjht N. E. wind.
Stuns Likolike and KUatiea IIou
off Dimoml Head.
Stmr W II Rccd from witulwnrrt ports
Stmr Lchin from Maui & Molokai
Sclir Patiahi from Ilannlci
Sclir Keknuluolii from Ilannlci
Sclir Gen Scigel from Ewa
Bk Caibaiien for San Francisco
Stmr Jas Makee for Kauai
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Bk C O Whitmoro for PL Townscnd
Sclir Mary Foster for AVaianac
Stmr Waimalu for Koloa
For Waianac and Kauai per Jas.
Makcc, March 7 Mrs Ileely, J L
Richardson, P Born & wife, J F
Pickering, L Kahlhaum and 155 deck.
From Maui, per Lehna, March 7.
P Iscnburg and 28 denk.
The D. C. Murray sails Monday at 2
Stmr Mokolil brought P50 bags of rice,
17G bags of sugar and 50 bbls molass.es.
She sailed yesterday for Molokai with
over SO lopors. Sl'io will i elm n to-day.
The last of the moulded stones for the
foundation of the seawall at the Es
planade was laid ycstPiday.
The first pile for Wilder's now wharf
was diivcn on Feb. 12 and to-day Match
the 8, the Kinntt will go to her new
berth, a shod will be built over the
wlnirf as soon as the lumber comes.
Mr. Nye formerly mate of the baik
Ceylon, has been appointed second mate
of the Jas. Makcc
S-tmr Lelina bro'l 2224 bir sugar.
Selir KeUiiluohl br )'t 4"0 has aig.tr
Much 7 in this city, to lite wife of
S.imul Mahelon.i, a on.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Tnn Band will give a moonlight
concert on Monday evening in Emma
Messks. Lyons & Levey hold a
sale to-day of valuable real estate
situated in Kohala.
Mk, Frank Cooke will conduct the
Gospel Temperance Meeting to-night
at the Bethel Vestry.
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An English sermon will be preached
in the Roman Catholic Church to
morrow at High Mass, 10 a. si.
Tun Band will not play this Sat
urday afternoon, on account of Miss
Barnes' funeral at the English Church
The Band will attend the Wood
lawn festival this afternoon, at the
residence of Mr. Dillingham at Pu
nahou. A secret society meeting of live
officers of the Athletic Association
was held yesterday in the office of
Hon. S. B. Dole.
Tin: circus will arrive to-day by
the Mariposa, and the wonderful
horses and ponies will be lauded this
afternoon. The first perfoi mance is
announced for Tuesday evening.
A Portuguese laborer from Wai
anuo plantation t-ied the sick trick,
in order to be released from his con
tract. Judge Bickerton ordered
him to return to bis woik or to be
located in the governorless jail.
And still they come to examine
and purchase from this Fine Lot of
Shoo wnro In M. Moluerny's'window.
An early call from intending pur
chases will he necessary as most of
the duplicates are sold. G55 3t.
Tin: W. II. Rccd returned to Ho
nolulu on Thursday evening having
satisfactorily completed her sound
ings between Oahu, Maui, Molokai
and Hawaii. She will probably start
this afternoon to sound between
Oahu and Kauai.
Hit. Trousseau has resigned his
appointment as assistant physician
at the Queen's hospital, the lesigua
tion to Uiko effect from 1st Apiil,
Any applications for tho position will
shortly be considered by tho trus-tees,
DAMAGED BY SEA
3,700 Worth of the Finest
ever brought to Honolulu, the 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, 28th7 Friday,
;, SALE TO COMMENCE ON MONDAY, MARCH. 3rd, 1881.
B. F. EIILERS & CO.,
Dry Goods Importers,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Ladies arc respectfully invited to examine these beautiful goods.
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Rnv. Mr. Smith of San Francisco
will preach at the Bethel to-morrow
Kennt.ijy & Co. will receive their
usual supply of fresh oysters, salmon
and celery to-day.
Claims for damages, through the
widening of Merchant Sticct, can
be filed till 19th Inst.
Tun last band concert on Thurs
day evening was well attended and
the new selections appeared to be
appreciated. There is a prospect of
a lest from the Southern Breeze as
Burger has five new pieces to wear
A enthusiast has cleared away a
Utile ruhbhh fiom the Richard street
sidewalk near the Palace. He evi
dently thought he was doing wrong,
or perhaps it was a soldier who be
came fatigued, for the gutter was
denied only for a distance of five
On Thursday afternoon it was ru
mored that a lady had been fright
ened at the sight of an alligator on a
wall in Merchant street. The ani
mal turned out to be a large speci
men of the lizard tribe, and was on
exhibition ycsteiday at Mr. E. P.
On Sunday morning, Mr. Cruzan
will occupy the pulpit of Foit Street
Church. In the evening Rev. W. J.
Smith, of the Tabernacle Church of
San Francisco, will preach upon "A
Strange Guest for the King's Table."
The evening one will be a union
At the Lawn Patty this afternoon
especial attention will be given to
the entertainment of children. Busi
ness men arc invited to come direct
from their places of business, and
dine there, as dinnqrs will bo served
from,!") to 7 p.m. Dodd's Punahou
and Waikiki busses stop at Wood
lawn. In addition," extra busses will
run out at 2, 11 :510, 5, and 7 o'clock ;
and return to town at 7: 10, 9, and
Miss Miiuam Bauscs, tho gover
ness of II. R. II. Princess Kauilani,
died suddenly yesterday morning at
the residence of Hon. A. S. Cleg
horn. She had been ailing for a
few days, but it wnsonly afow hours
before her duatli that her sickness
developed into pneumonia. Miss
Barnes, who was a native of Mel
bourne, Victoria, was universally re
spected by all who knew her. The
funeral will take place this afternoon
at four o'clock.
Maushai. Puiko has kindly in
formed us that Judge Miau is tho
Coroner of llamakua. Ho is con
sequently responsible- for tho recent
laxity of duty, in Unit district, con
cerning tho inquest on tho innii who
was killed at Kirkuihaele. Mr.
S.mdford has our apologies for the
blame we placed upon his oillcial
shoulders in this instance. The P.
C. Advertiser says "'that the state
ments made about Ben, the negro,
being bruuk, ( nic ) engaging in street
fights and acting as a policeman, are
uutrc, (a'j'c)." Our contemporary,
while pointing out our inaccuracy,
omits to mention that it was the
Adoerti-.er that publised these state
A serious accident occurred to a
lady, at the corner of King and Ala
kca street?!, one evening this week.
A couple of trees grow luxuriantly
on the sidewalk, forming hills and
valleys with their roots. The lady
stepped into a valley and fell over a
hill severely bruising, and almost
breaking, her arm.
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A fiiend of the army tells us that
the probable reason for the discon
tinuance of the night calls of the
Palace guards is, because, now that
the officers have received promotion,
they have aroused themselves to a
sense of their oillcial duties, and
that the officer on watch keeps awake
and pays his regular round of visits
throughout the night as is customary
in well regulated barracks.
Cottage to Lot.
ON tlie Pliiino, between Pcii-anolii and
IViuoi streets, containing K room;
water Inid on, ami every conveiiietiC".
Unuo nuwly piiinled and lewvuted.
Ilcnt$l i per month. Apply on thopicm
Nc-, 2Br B ret.uiia ftreet. (i52
REDUCTION IN PRICES.
Tregloan & Atwater,
Tailors and Clothiers,
Foiit k IIoi'KL Sis. GUO fiiu
cases Medium Bread !
051 lm h A. S. CLGGHOnrt & Co.
MH. GEOK .E L, W1COCK, lately
of Oakland, California, U pru
p ii eil to givu iuMrii"tlon in miiflo and
t) receive pi p U f r the Piano. Ad.
dros at Mr. D id m's, corner of Alalua
and Heri-ti.nlu bUeet-, or wiih
il.W lm h J.TCAN & Co.
A new and full Linn of An. trnllnn
Baddies & Bridles,
Oil lm h A. S. CIT.GIIOKN .t Co.
xbE2& Tho fuvorltu hklue
W, H. Dimond,
Hmdlett, . . Master,
Will havo quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
Y. G. Ihwin Si Co., Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y.
gdC& TUB .MAGNIFICENT
-$BwagJa new and Elegant Steamship
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will have Honolulu and San
Kiaucj&co on the
1st and 15th of Each Month.
I'ASSKXOXitb may have their name
booked In advance by applying at the
ollice oi the agents.
Passengers by this line aie hereby no
tilled that they will be allowed 260 lbs
of luggage free by the Ovcrhuid Kail
way, when traveling East.
Excursion rickets for Round Trip, SI 25,
good to i eturn by any of the Company -aiuimer-i
withiu nine y days.
.Wr.itciiAxnisi: intended for shipment
by iliis line will be icceived free ol
cuargi' in the Company's New Ware
hnudi' nnd receipts issue I for same.
lssuiiANCi: on merchandise, whilst in
the warehouse, will be at owner's rUk.
W.m. O. Ikwin & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
Steam Navigation Company's
lilXJK OF STEAMJHKS.
n.vrr.s, - - - Commander,
Will run regularly for Komi and Knii
Leaves Honolulu at i p.m. on
Friday, Jan. 11 Friday, Feb. 22
Tuesdnv,. Jan. 2-i Tuesday, Mar. 4
Fiiduy Feb. 1 Friday, Mar. 14
Tuesday, Fib. 12 Tuesday, Mar. 2D
Aitnivi:s at Honolulu at G p.m.
Friday, Jan. 18 Friday, Feb. 23
Tiiu-ilny, Jan. 9 Tiic-day, Mar. 1"
Kiiday, i eb. S Friday, Mar. 21
Tac?day, Feb. 1!)
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Elcclc,
and Wnimea, 'Kauai. Itctuining, leaves
Nawiliwili every Saturday evening.
Tho Jamos Malcoe,
kukuman, . - . Commander
Loaves Honolulu ovory Thursday
ut :i p.m. for Kapaa and Kilauca. Be.
turning, leaves Kiiiini every Tuesday at
4 pin , and touching at Walnae, both
The C. R. Bishop,
Loaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 4 p.m. for Kukiiiliaele, Jlonoknn and
I'anuhmi. Beturnin arrives ut Honolulu
every Sundny moraine.
fcJ3a3Jgl3J King, Commander,
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Labalna, Mna
laca Bay, Mukuiia, Muhukona, Ka
wailme, Laupahoelino and Hilo.
Uoturiiiug, v.'lll touch at all tho
alovc ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Putinilay iifU'inoon.
FOB HILO DIRKCT.
Kg The Clipper bciiooner
Will run ic;uhirlr belwocn Honolulu,
mid llllo. For fi eight or parage npplj
to tho O.iptuin on boaid, or to Hie
Pacikio N.vviovtios Co.,
Oil .'iiu Cor. Nuiianu & Queen sis.
TIIK PAST BAILING
3SkbSB. will run leguiiniy
TO WAIALUA EVERY MOXDAV,
Returning.on Tlmisday, weather
For freight or pansagc apply to the
Captain on bonid, or to
Pacific Navkiation Co.,
DILLINGHAM & Co,
IMPOR1 KKS AND DEALERS
Hardware Agrioultnral Implements,
Ullliii ham SiiellMow. I'-tu'c Wltc. S'nplp,
Kerosene Oil, Solse Furnishing Goods, Lamp
SILVER 1'LA'lEl) WARE, iVc, U., &v. 052
READY FOR FURNISHING- HOUSES.
Lambrequins, Cornices and Picture Frames
or uvniiY unscnii'noK mdk to ounuit.
105 & 107 Fori, Siroet, Honolulu, II. I.
3f Islaud Orders will receive Prompt and Careful Attention. C0C 3 in b
Pioneer Carriage If anufactory,
15, 77 ami 8i"M?n-,,J'3 atl &1
King St. ferl King St.!
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(Late 3r. ,T. KOSK.)
11 orders for AVhcel-vehicIcs of every description llllcd with promptness and
dispatch. Firt-clabs Jlccliaiiies employed all the year round.
nsr FINE CARRIAGE AVORK A SPECIALTY, -a
Notlnnc too hot or too h.-iy for nv. TRAM CARS, OMNIBUSSES, PLANTA-'
TION WAGOXS, MULE & OX CARTS, made to order, altered or repaired.
Our Horse Shoeing Department
Is undci the supervision of a practical man a mechanic second to none. We
lave no ue for soaking scalds or lot tub". All work guaranteed.
SS-Miargcs moderate. "WHIT-MAN & "WIUGHTJ
40S ly 75. 77 end 81 King Sjreat.
Esieilj & Go.'s BiUeiiii of Now M !
' Ex "Mariposa" Mar. S.
Fkksii EABTr.itK Oystkiis, In Tins and Shells.
Fiiksii Cni.uiiY, etc.
A fall line of Staple and Fancy GnocFinr.fl.
Call early and Leave order .
IvESTSEDY & Co.,
Popular Grocery Store, 07 and 09 Hotel street.
tRing up Tclcphona 240. 3f" Fnm: Dnt.ivnnv.
MAOIEALE & URBAN SAFES
Willi Patent Inside Bollwork and Hinge Cap.
wjtetM 'S 111. ik 1jif iri 3 Hi-iH r t iSCi. HI 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
ffiKBiBBs m nmmm mm
Mil WffiM-1 . HL4MUUVIrir fcMIIIII II
A Ijiirge Assortment oi llio.'ie justly Celebrated Safes
Over 500 in daily use on tho Hawaiian Islands.
Safes Sold for Cash, or on the Installment Plan.
For I'rlccs, Circular?, etc., apply to
C. O. KEKG13R, General Agent,
510 tf h
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINES.
Thin W'oll-kuo vn Machine Is now ii'cd at tho Ilovnl Palaoe, Hawaiian Hotel,
Mulo Hall, and a nuinlnror private residences giving entire fcatlsfaetion every,
It is tliemost economical Machine in me, easily managed end autoinntlc in its
I can furaisli from a 30 Light tojiIODi) Light Machine, smaller sizes constantly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prlcc3, clc.,. applyjrto
' O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
f.01 tf h IIAWAIIANIIBLAND8.
Pianos, ' -J
I Violins, Jj
Strings. ' H k
SSSSsUraw!Ssfl 1 1IIIIIL