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THURSDAY, MAK. 13, 1834.
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
yon vucklvmi asd 8Ydni;y:
Australia On Ataich 1:2nd
FOU fcAN FIIAKCteCO.
Sttar Zenlnndtit Mirch 10
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
roll sax riiAKcuco.
Miirlpo--.il. . . .Leaves II nolulii, Mur. loth
Aluuicda. . . . Leaves Honolulu. Apr. 1st.
Dlninnnd Head, Mar. Ill, 0::!() it.ni
Light N. 15. wind.
Whaler off Dimoiul Ilentl
Sulir Lukti from Kohaln
Sclir Knwailnni for Koolnu
Sclir Nettie Merrill for Lahaiim
Sclir Emma for Ileoia
Sclir Ehukai for Wnialua
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Schr Lcnhi for Kohnlalclo
Sclir Mann for 1'aukmi
Sclir Haleakala for Pcpeckco
Tho W. II. Diniond loaded sugar from
tho Planter and Jas Makcu at the same
The Kalo is discharging the coal that
was In the hold for ballast.
Schr Ehukai brought -182 bags sugar.
She went out yesterday to get "ii bbls of
sperm oil from tho Abraham Barker.
The whale was captured 20 miles S. E.
Schr Luka brought 1 121 bags of sugar
and 157 kegs of sugar.
Schr Maim brought S3G bags sugar.
The topsail schooner l'ngo Captain
William, from San Franelsco was off
port yesterday. She is bound for thu
South Sea Islands ou a trading voyage.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A horse has been lost from
There will bo a matinee at the
circus on Saturday afternoon.
A very nice cottage on the plains
is to let. Appby to Lyons & Levey.
Reserved-chairs for tho circus can
be had inside the tent, 25 cts. extra.
Mr. E. P. Adams sells, at noon to
day, good California potatoes and
. The Honolulu Rifles met ou Tues
day evening and were cxcicised in
drill. The next meeting will be held
A splendid pair of bullock's horns,
measuring five feet from tip to tip,
were brought to Honolulu by Mr.
Jones of Kau.
A reward of 8300 has been offered
' for the discovery of the persons that
attempted to set fire to the premises
of Mr. J. II. Bruns Jr.
Messrs. Wolfo & Edwards have
received per Mariposa a lot of fine
fresh groceries and provisions, in
cluding a large assortment of canned
A gentlemen, who has just arrived
hero from Canada, and who has had
considerable experience in banking
and accountants business, is desirous
of obtaiuing employment.
Tho bark John D. Brewer is an
nounced to leave Boston for Hono
lulu on June 15th. Orders -for
goods should bo forwarded as early
as April 15th, to insure shipment.
Owing to the extraordinary de
mand of late for money orders on
the United States, none will be issued
after noon to-morrow for tho mail
leaving here, by the Mariposa, on
Mr. Adeo's second article on Ho
nolulu is commenced on tho fourth
pago, to-day. An account, of tho
victory of tho British in Egypt,
which is dated Loudon, March 1st,
is also given.
W. O. Smith & Co., stock-brokers,
report tho sales of 18 shares of
Koloa Sugar Co; stock for S22,500,
50 shares Grove Ranch Plantation
Co. stock for 813,750.00 (8275 per
share) and 5 shares East Maui Plan
tation Co. at 825.
Among the letters recently ad
vertised as "unclaimed," at the
Post-ofllco, was ono addressed in an
"unknown tongue." When an in
terpreter passed by that way, he ex
plained to the amusement of thoso
concerned that it was for Mr. Whit
Fou sale cheap, a nenily new Fam
ily Cairingc, Honolulu make, warran
ted in perfect older, also one Horse
and Harness, llorbu suitable for
women or children's driving. Enqiiiic
at Harrison's Carnage Repository,
opposite Station House. G5'J 2t
Smoker bowiiio. There are now
twenty leper's in the Pc3t House at
San Francisco. Tho last one re
ceived was a Chinaman who, a fort
night ago, wanted to return to China
by the City of Tokio. Ho had been
working for two years in a Chinese
cigar house on Commercial street.
Mcssis. Tregloan & At water will
open. for inspection, in a few days,
the finest lot of gcnt'n furnishing
goods ever impoitcd into this King
dom. The goods wcic selected by
Mr. Tregloan while in San Francisco,
nnd comprise all the latest novelties)
in gent's furnishing goods.
Tin: following tenders have been
received for the erection of a couit
house and lockup at Ewa: Garrett
81950, Ilardco 1950, N. F. Bur
gess 81735, U. W. Burgess S1G00,
Luke SKiOO, II. do Fries 81590, J.
Armstrong 81325. The tender of
Mr. Aimstrong has been accepted.
Tin: question lias been ficquently
asked within tho last two weeks
uhy ladies shoe ware has not been
displayed in the Fort street window
of M. McTnerny's store. The ladies
can now enjoy the
view of the fine
and step inside
and make an early selection.
Williams and Wiboman liavcstarted
a joint enterprise. They announce
their business on cards, in the center
of each of which is a photograph of
some interesting view in the King
dom. The cards arc intended for
use on board the steamers coming
from San Francisco, and on the re
verse side, give each passenger's
seat at table.
Kaui, tho native who was, on
Wednesday, charged with breaking
into Major Wroughton's house, is n
soldier who bolted about two months.
Captain Baker has had several in
teresting hunts, at Moanalua, after
the runaway, who had armed him
self and was frequently concealed in
the scrub. He was ultimately found
under Mr. Brown's bed.
The Hawaiian bark Lily Grace
experienced a violent monsoon on
her late trip from China to San
Francisco. The Captain says:
"This lias been the worst lime I
have had in the vessel in seven
years. We had no fine weather the
whole time until the last four days,
and they have been wet. The sails,
rigging and ship have suffered more
than an ordinary twelve months
Postmaster-General Whitney has
received a collection of nearly forty
Christmas cards, from postal de
partments in all quarters of the
globe. One of the most interesting
is that from Manchester, and the
most handsome comes from Milan.
The card issued from the Honolulu
Post-office is superior, in many re
spects, to some of those that have
A Jlahukoiia correspondent to the
Gazette denies the statement taken
in cvidunee, in connection with the
icrcnt railway accident at ICahului,
that 'there is a train on AVilder's
road at Mahukona that has no brakes
on tho cars." The statement was
made by Mr. W. K Rowell, Super
intendent of the Knhului railroad,
but Mr. V. O. Smith Inform us that
it must have been incorrectly wi itten
in the Court as the word "passen
ger" should have been inserted be
Inkousiation has been received
from San Francisco that a party of
forty ladies and gentlemen, from
Boston, will arrive here oy me Ala
meda. The pnrty has been yisiting
California and has been induced to
extend the tour to theso islands, re
maining about three weeks and visit
ing tho volcano. It is hoped that
thoy will bo able to tuko away a good
inipicssion of the place, especially
in tho matter of hotel accommoda
tion and hackinen. 'The party in
cludes several well known and influ
ential gentlemen and their statements
about tho islands will bo readily believed.
Mr.ssits Lyons & Levey hold a sale
of vnhmble furniture today at the
residence of Mr. Haslie on School
A Chinese carpenter a' K.iVua w s
accidentally shot on Monday nfti r
uoon by a fellow countiyniaii who
had been killing chickens. The man
was at work in the mill, and the shot
cnino through the building, penutra't
ing his arms, breast and face. Dr.
Henri McG-row attended the sufferer
on Tuesday, and met the shciiff and
police olhYers visiting the locality as
he left, 21 hours after the occur
rence of the ehooting. The man was
brobght to town yesterday, and it is
feared that one shot may have in
jured his eye.
AFFAIRS OF THE OLD WORLD.
The slums of London arc, on Satur
day especially, a sight never to be
furgottcn, says n writer in the Lou
don -tVeM. The public-houses and
and gin palaces then lake in one
fourth of the o'uniugs of the denizens
of the slums. Mechanics and laborers
crowd the public-houses, drinking
away their wages and women squan
der 'the money that would purchase
food, for the lack of which their
children arc dying. One group rivets
the eye of an observer at onre. It
consists of an old gray-haired dame,
u woman of -10 and a gill of about IS),
with u baby in her arms. All these
arc in a state which is best described
as "maudlin ' tney nave ninsneu
one lot of gin and the youngest
woman is ordering another round. It
is a great-grandmother, grandmother
and a mother and her baby four
generations together and they are
all dirty and disheveled and drunk,
except the baby, and even that poor
little mile may have its first Unto of
alcohol presently. It is no uncommon
sight in these places to see a mother
wet a baby's lips with gin and water.
The process is called "giving the
young' un a taste," and thu baby's
lather will look on sometimes and
enjoy the joke immensely. But the
time to see the result of a Saturday
night's heavy drinking in a low neigh
borhood is after the houses are
closed. Then you meet dozens of
poor wretches reeling homo 10 their
miserable dens. Some of them roll
across the roadway and fall, cutting
themselves till the blood flows. Every
peni' U1 some instances has gone it,
drink. One dilapidated, ragged
wretch I met last .Saturday night was
gnawing a baked potato. By his side
stood a thinly clad woman bearing a
bab3T in her arms, and in hideous
language she reproached him for his
selfishness. She had l'otcheh him out
of a public-house with his last half
penny in his pocket. With that half
penny he had bought the potato
which he refused to share with her.
Turn out of the main thoroughfare
and into the dimly lighted back
streets and you come upon scene after
scene, to the grim, grotesque horror
of which only ihe pencil ofaDoie
could do justice. Women with
hideous, distoited faces are rolling
from side to side, shrieking aloud
snatches of popular songs, plentiful y
interlarded with the vilest expres
sions. Men as drunk as them-elvcs
meet them ; there is a short inter
change ol ribald jests and foul oath-,
then a quarrel and a shower of blows.
Down from one dark court rings a
cry of murder, and a woman, her
tace hideously gashcl, makes across
the narrow road, pursued 113 a howl
ing madman. Ii is 01113- a drunken
husband having a row with his wife.
Will i. fo'in n "Ii foot of
leHiiriixirefi.il ou , comiiu nclng
Thursday, Maivh 13th.
iitor. Jonx e. hi: it max
And liii- oil -rin e il ivrn,
To.ii.uv. n.vttxr.Y asi iaok,
foi'tlii'i wan tu B jIi o A ay of
Il.rier , eio j - il G niibt',
W1LM1. O 1. 1.1
llu- Premier ol mi isa 1 Fnir.lior n
WALTUIll .UOltOSlO Ult S. IIIAKKY
ho ltur.-i.ui A ro its.
On his Hlaui, Wi e.
SCOTT ASI IA .IIOM) l'i:.
la their Flying Trajic.o, or " Tlio Lad
der o ' I.e."
The Child Uontler, ami hln Sliniland
Ponies, Duko and D cilios.
The K'iiC!triiiii Clo n.
Don't fni I to witnus. FHANK LA
MUNDUH glv I lslilarng Single Wire.
Ascension from ti.eJtnun(l to tins Top
of ihol'iivlliou (oi the outsld') before
l'Jio 0 lid Worn cr, ami his Hliflhtud
Pnule I)i lie iini Duuli tu.
Admhs'on $1:00 Clilldrcn 50
K. M. Jbwuli., den. lhisucs Agtni.
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y.
HS$: thk TTagnificent
25ac3sii " w '""I Meg .lit SiL'iiin -hip'
MaiUI'OSA & ALAMEDA,
, ' I iiM '! Hi li.lu urn t; i'i
i 11 e.i c on 1 Ik
l3t find 15 Mi of Each Month.
I w-Mi molu'j in iv lmu their mum
bouUt'tl la .iilvniieu by uppl,. tug at I lie
oilleu ol the aju-nib.
Pa-ouiiura by this Hue are hereby 110
tilled that ihuy will hu nl lowed i!o0 ll's
ol luggage five by thu Ovuluid Hall
in, u iti-ii iruvnllng lvlbt.
Exsurjion rickets lor HoimiI Trip, SI 25.
400,1 m .Citliii in nil) 01 the I imip.ill)'
lu oner- wiiliin nine d ty-.
MkkuiiamiusI'. lull luted for ulilpuii'iit
liy tills Hue will be received Ir-.'O ut
tuurgu In the Company's .New Ware
lioute ami rcui'lpi" l-suu 1 for same.
Lssuiianck on merchandise, wlilli-t in
the waiuliouii, will tic at ow-iur's risk.
W. U. Ikwin & Co.,
Agent), O. S. S. Co.
Steam Navigation Company's
I,L OF STKAMJSitS.
iiatks, . Commander,
Will 1 1111 regi.lirly fir Ivoiiu aiui Kan :
I.KAVIM ll0Nlll.Ul.lt AT -1 P.M. UN
.' i hi.iy,
.Imi. 11 rMd.iy, Kel) 12
.inn. ii Tiiosduy, lir. 4
Fci 1 Krid.iy, Mir. II
1U 12 lueMi.iy, Mar. Si
n at Honolulu at 5 imi.
Jan. 18 Frhiuv, Feb. riJ
Jan. -.0 Tuc-.ri.iy, Mar. I'
i eb. H Fil.ltiy, Mir. 21
. i i lay,
oimmiok, - - Cominiuidot
Lcavss Honolulu ovory Tuesday
il fl p.m., t'oi i iwiliwili, Koiun, Elcclo
and Williuea, Kimal. Huturiibig, leuvi
Xaw ill will ever -I'lluidiy evening
Tho James Makee,
vhi:lman, - - Coiiiui indiT.
Leaves Uoiolulu every Thursday
it ! p.m. lor Kapuu and Kllaue.i. Kc
i tuning, ha vu.- liitimi every lue-diiy ut
I p-iu , uiid loue.iitig nl Wuinuc, both
The C. R. Bishop,
davis. - - C mni'iiidei
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
t-tp.ni. fit Ku .uiiuiult, flonokiiti and
t'.muli in. Wotutiiiu r m'tivu-i at II )iioli lu
cvin Sunday miming.
.4? -JJfcSt earner Itinan,
cpUfrs- Ising, C nimnudiT.
Leiivei Honolulu eueli Tuesday at
I p.m., tJiielililg at Lahaiiin, Maa
uiea Bay, .MaKuua, MaliuKoua, Ku
wailiae, Laupalioelioe and llilo
Returning, 'ill touch .it all tin
nl o ports, arriving ut Honolulu
i-aeli 1-atu i aj altcin on.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Tin favorite Iiktne
"W. H. Dimond,
Ilondletl, . - Mimtcr,
Will have quick dispatch for llu above
port. For freight or passage apply to
V i... linu.s it C'.i . .Y?'.i'!i's.
FOR IIILO DIRECT.
C&i&S. 'IC Clipiicr Schooner
Mel- o i, , Master,
Will run regulaily between Honolulu,
and llilo. For freight or jiasagc a,)Iy
,o the C ijitain on buind, or to tlie
1'acikh: Xaviiivtmx Co.,
'ill "m 'or. Niman & Qjccij tie.
TIIK l'Atr tiAlI.INO
will run icgulurly
io -A a J ALU A EVBltY MONDAY,
Ituturntng on Thurtday, weather
For freight or paoK.igo apjly to the
Captain on board, or to
Pacikic N tviaATroN Co.,
Bsst Manila Cigars
51 lin b A. . CLEG 110 IN & Co.
A Good Pasture for Horses,
A. A MONTA.O.
ALA O . .I,IL ovc P A 'tin.'
Sioie, King tii'Ui. Apply in Uiu
ni it to
l.')lU 1' A Ul i.S,
SIDE nl tint i mum I
nort occupb"! in ii'ii .x J t.
Widuui'ii lu tin a iipbi'H llloiK, u
eliant sinv t, itli let iilH' h Fiiriiitinr,
Apply to J. I.. WlriE'lAN.
0.1 u ' Oi'iii'ial lluuiiu-a Ag in.
A DcKglilful Residence For,
OX Hcrut.inia Street, between
I'ilknl mid VI. '(.rin ctrccU,
"tniiiUiu sldo) Tills Dwelling
llouxe i ontalus C l(o Him with all modern
iinpiovi'iucni., bath and t-iTVin-h' rnmiii.
Cm lingo Houe, Sl'bli and II inn s
Hooui, wiie -iriuiin ilno.,glio,ii i i .
limiiL'on tours him wlndovvn A ' un
well water eiipiiliul Irnni ulluf M . I'
Milton. AlboFurnliun ti rni'ghoii m
bale liududlng fl.inU'ii U en lib, etc
Lot 6()..J00 tiriituiili Hi-ally laid t.it
For a eouifortablu ami ceiitial llonu
thi'opruiniti(:su.cul. Tlmpl'ieu is lining
bold in eo Requeue) of the Owner hin
Ing Kingdom T iiiii ii'iii-oiiablu.
Apply to J IS, WISF.M N,
VOID 2v General Jluslncaa Agent.
DILLINGHAM & Co,
IMPORTERS A2sTD DEALERS
Lhirdwuiv. AgviOuitursil implements,
l'i ling' un S i .! l'ov.
Kerosene OH, House Furnishing Goods, Lamp
iILVi;'l PLA'IKI) WAUL'. & . S.c. Ac. OSS
BEADT FOE FUHMSBMCt HOUSES.
OP nviiitv OUSCUIITION
105 & 107 Fort Street,
Iff I-lu d Or crs will receive P onipt
& "i y ;
75, 77 and SI
1 WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(Litto r. ,T. KOSE.)
All ordcr for 'Wlicol.vclilrl'y of every description filled with proniptncES and
dlvp'iteh. Fir-t-rlas Mechanic1 employed all the your round.
COT FINE f AltUIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY. -a
N'oilims too lint ov too 'i -...y 'or in. TRAM CAW, mMNWUSSKS, PlAN'TA
TION W.vGf N -. Ml'Ll!. A. OX CAHTS, in .d In order, alterttl or repnircil.
Our IIor.sc Shoeing: Depart nu-iit
Is undci tin Hupii"iii n of a pr.ictii'ul man a meclmnir sio.onil to not?. We
lu vi i o .-e foi sniu.iiiu -cnl(. or ml tuls All rni'l. ctiuiiintccil.
iGCImriri mo. eiiPiL W HITMAN & U HIGT1T,
111- i 7 . 77 nl H Kinr Sticcl.
isiiiif & wx Bttiimi of ii Gift I
fix " Mar'mosti " M:ir. S. Til,
rm.ii' EhTi:iN Oysti:k, in Tins and shells.
F..ESU Cniiintr, oti .
A full hue o S aplo and Fancy nnocruiKs.
Call early and Leave order .
KENNEDY & Co.,
Popular Gioccry Store, 07 and 09 Ilotcl street,
(linn upTclrpbono 240. V& Fi vr. Divivkuv.
REDUCTION IN PRICES.
Tregloan & Atwater,
Tailors a. id Clothiers,
Fout it IloTi.i. sjTs. 030 8m
J SI ST riMUEIVEtt
YX " .V.AlttrOsA"
A Full As rtment
American G-rooeries !
'Jin A.Ka (ill UN CO.
100 n Medium Bread !
U5riuib A. S. CLECIIOnN & Co.
,( ( KOU .1. L. U .Hi' CMC buoy
IVL of Uiikljnil, tuilfoiuiu, Is, pre
pned to givo Iniuui'tioa in niiibio mid
to rcriiivo pupil, for llio l'tmo. Ad.
iircibnl .Mr. Duiliut', corner of Alakia'
and H( i ctuniu tiuetu, or tvlih
W!t lin b LYCAN A Co,
Olllctf m.ji'1 Wautr Works,
lionoltilu, July .1, IhHH
VU. piroiir- liuvlng Water I'rivih-gu
. uro uotltiul that their Water Haiu
d i' payable beini uiuuiilly, in lulvuiift
nt ihu utlice of il e upuilntuudcut df
Water Woihb, foot of Nuunnii btrcet,
upon Ihe lut ilay ot Jiinunrr and July of
nii'li vrnr (ilIAS.lJ.Wll.SOX,
Huji't AN uior AVorUr
a, ii. Kaai, Minibtui uf Interior. UOl
j VMrV , S
and Picture Frames
MADE TO onoEii.
Honolulu, II. I.
and Careful Attention. GOO 3m b
SSftts.Tfi, 77 and 81
IN QirAKTII IES TO SUIT,
13 sx Cord.
Ap.,ly at the OfilCi of the
PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co.
Corner Nuuanu mil Queen strectn
A CIIOICK I OT or
a .ft -' A .. OiE . 0 N .v tO.
A CARD TO HI-. I'UHLK.
iif i.i iiiiiinaiuliiliU fin-uiN iiiul the
imbHo K''inhy, tli.it ho i iiow pie-
ii .1 i v!Meulu ordci lot
JMaln ami Decorative
rtdnliny: & L'ai)erhaii;iHS:
lu 'lie- besi and newest lyh s.
1 83 L-'Olt'r OTKEUT,
Opposite Cj luimaluin,
I. 0 Ilox, No, 411, 401 ly
A new ami full Line of Aui-tralinn
Baddies & Bridles,
(HI Un b A. B.J i KG I' ItX Co.
Collate to Let.
ONiliel'lalno, bi-iwoi'ii Kiuumnku ami
I'iiboi btreoiN.contalnlni; it rooms';
water Inid on, uutl every convenience.
llouee newly painted and renovated,
lleiit !' periiioiiih. Apply oil theprem.
ise-), 2(15 llerctauia street, 054 lw