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TUESDAY, MAR. 18, 188-1.
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
FOIt AUOUIANti AMI 8VIINKV:
Australia On Mnich 2i!nd
rem san niANcicco.
SUnr Zcalandia Match 10
OCEAHIC S. S. CO.
roil BAN KllANCISCO.
Alameda. . . .Leaves Honolulu. Apr. M.
Marlpnvi. . . .Leaves Ilnnoluht, Apr. ItHli
Diamond Head, M:ir. 18, (J:!!() a.m.
. Light N. E. wind.
. March 17
Schr Ehukni from Wninlun
Schr Marion from Wninica
Stmr Iwiilnni for Kauai
Schr Emma for Labium
Schr Wnimnlii for Koloa
Schr Mary Foster for Waianac
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Stmr Kilauea IIou for Kahului
Stmr Kinim for windward ports
Stmr Lchua for Molokai & Maui
Stmr C It Bishop for Ilamakua
Stmr Mokolii for Koolau
Bktnc "V H Dimond for San Fran
Sclir Jennie Walker for Ililo
Schr Ehukni for AVainlua
Schr Marion for Ilannmniilii
Schr AVaichu for
Schr Waioli for
Schr Caterina for Hnnalci
Schr Kawailani for Koolau
Schr Wailclc for Mnliko
For Kauai, per Iwalmii, March 17
H J G-jerdum, A Spencer, II P
Faye, A Young, P Isenbcrg, C M
Cooke, Mrs Rico, 22 deck.
Schr Marion brought 203 bags sugar.
Stmr C. R. Bishop sails to-day at 12
Tilts whaler Atlantic, Capt- Mltchel,
103 days from San Fransisco, arrived off
port yesterday. The captain reports
that on January 23rd, John Lallow one
of the bhlps crew died of brain fever.
Ho was anatlve of 'Fiji, ago about 0
The Zcalandia took 1843 bags sugar
and 1000 bunches of bananas. Total
domestic value, 12,000.
The bktue Amelia, Capt. W. Ncwhall,
28 days from Port Townscnd, brought
473,000 feet of lumber to Allen & Robin
son. She left Port Blakcly Dec. 10,
first thirty-six hours bad snow squalls
from N. W. during which the fore
sail and spanker were split. She then
had a succession of squalls from S. E.
and S. W. to lat. 25 North; then a S. W.
gale which lasted 2 days, thence to port
light E.N.E. winds.
Schr Ehukni bro't 10i has sugar.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Maccabk is in London.
A "half-hearted" holiday yester-
A young man desires a situation
in a business house.
Mrs. Hampson will preach at the
Bethel on Sunday morning.
Thiuu: was a heavy freshet in
Pauoa stream on Sunday night.
Very heavy rain in Koolau yester
day. A good deal of damage was
Prime New Zealand Potatoes have
just been received by Messrs. TI.
May & Co.
The water in the artesian well at
the Palace has decreased by eighteen
inches since December.
Tumic will be a performance at
the circus to-night when Barney will
give instruction in dancing.
King street near the Chinese
theater, was coveted with water, on
Sunday night, to a depth of fifteen
Oku of the culvcits on Nutinnu
Valley was partly carried away by
tlio heavy rainfall on Sunday even
An Albhu PiliMu, Ufa Long Lost
Daughter, and the conclusion of Mr.
Aden's third nriiclo are on the fourth
A gang of Chinamen are repairing
the toad to the Pali, Home distance
above the Ice works. The repairs
were badly needed, as a good deal
of the road has been washed away.
Now that 'the W. II. Reed lias
completed her exploration in the
deep blue sea, the new deck bouse,
recently built on that steamer, a
whale boat and some of Iter fittings,
will be sold oti Thursday.
Mn. Mark Foy of Victoria, who
was recently slaying witli his wife at
the Hawaiian Hotel, died in San
A heavy rainfall, similar to that
of Sunday evening, occurred on Sun
day 2-lth February 18G7, when a
woman was untried away by the
flood and drowned.
Mus. Ilatnpson's address nt Fort
Street Church, on Sunday evening,
was very interesting and highly
appreciated by those who wore fortu
nate enough to hear it.
Tm: Post Oillcc Department, yes
terday indulged in the rare luxury
of closed windows. When Mr.
Whitney and his assistants do get
a holiday, they ought to appreciate
Mn. A. Raseinan, having pur
chased the binding furniture of J.
W.Robertson & Co., will carry on
the business in the office lately oc
cupied by Mr. Wiseman in the
Farce : French Riding School, at
the circus to-nisht.
Sixci: His Majesty's return to
Honolulu the stillness of the night
air is once more broken by the calls
of the vigilant sentries at the Palace.
The nights of dreams are tempo
The Saturday and Sunday con
tingent of law-breakers were com
pelled to postpone their interview
with Judge Bickcrlon till this morn
ing as the Police Court took a
holiday yesterday. The offenders
include, drunks, disorderly con
ductors, pugilists, common nuisances
The advantage of advertising in
the Bulletin was shown last week.
A gentleman lost a horse which was
returned to bin late in the evening
before the advertisement appeared.
The Under claimed a reward which
be said had been offered in the pa
per. A wonderful instance of foie
The ruin on Sunday evening did
considerable damage in and around
Montgomery Estate. The water on
the roads was three feet deep, and
over the floors in many houses.
Many of the residents being alarmed
removed their household effects to a
place of safety. Our informant
says if the government would repair
the banks of the creek it would pre
vent the water from overflowing.
The Marquis and Marchionness of
Normanby, who are expected by the
next trip of the Australia from the
Colonics, ate both iii bad health.
An Australian paper says: "The
Marchionness of Normanby is pro
gressing very slowly, and her severe
illness, and the disappointment cans
ed by it being so near their intended
departure for England has visibly
affected his Excellency's health. Dr.
James now sleeps every night at
Government House, and it is not im
probable that he will go home with
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
By the S. S. Zenlundia we have
received New Zealand papers to 4th
Inst., with London news of the same
date, from which we clip the follow
ing: London, Muich 1st. The state
ment that two British regiments
would shortly go to Assouan, on the
northern mibinii frontier, is now
Telegrams to baud from Souakim
state that after the battle of yester
day the British troops under Major
Gencral Graham bivouacked at El
Tel, and to-day advanced to Kac.
Baker Pasha was wounded during
the engagement. Later accounts
stale that, the rebels fought with
great desperation, and only Biiccuni
bed after , hard struggle for victory.
Mnjor-Gcneral Graham telegraphs
that the engagement yesterday lasted
fully three hours, and during that
time the fighting was most severe.
His troops captured seven guns and
n quantity of war material. The
British loss is thirty killed and 142
wounded. Among the latter was
Baker Pasha and Colonels Burnaby
and Baron, all of whom suffered
Cairo, March 2nd. Latest intelli
gence from Souakim states that Ba
ker Pasha and Colonel Burnaby,
who were wounded during the battle
yesterday, are progressing favorably.
Osman Digna is encamped at a
dislauco of eight miles from Soun
kim, and it is expected that a battle
between the rebels and the British
troops w ill shortly take place.
The latest telegrams to hand from
Sounkiin bring the news that Tokar
has been relieved. The British troops
left yesterday morning, and marched
to Tokar, which they occupied dur
ing the afternoon without opposition.
The Arab rebels who had invested
the place withdrew before the Bri
tish anived, and offered no check to
Constantinople, March 2nd Tele
grams arc to hand from Candia re
porting that a religious ferment lias
commenced amongst the Cretans,
who repudiated a Mussulman Gover
nor, of the island and threatened to
revolt unless he is removed.
Cairo, March 2nd Intelligence
has been received here from Colonel
Stewart, who was despatched some
weeks ago to the White Nilo district
in the extreme south of Nubia, with
the object of cudeavouring to pacify
the native tribes who arc joining the
Mahdi's ranks. Colonel Stewart re
ports that bis mission has proved a
failure, all efforts to pacify the rc
bclious tribes having been futile.
A Pi ess Association massage says :
Colonel Stewart returns to the White
Nile at the head of a force of 2000
Another explosive machine, iden
tical with , those already seized, was
found to-day in the Ludgate Hill
An accidental explosion has oc
curred on board the Aberdeen, bound
for Adelaide. The captain aud seve
ral of the crew were injured, and the
vessel has returned to Gravescnd.
London, March 3rd. The pilot of
the Aberdeen has died, and the cap
tain is in a precarious condition.
London, March -Ith. Latest re
ports say that fifteen hundred rebels
were killed in the late , engagement,
and that a force of two thousand ir
regulars from Khartoum has marched
to meet the advancing rebels. The
Times complains that General Gra
ham directed the retreat ( ?) from
There has been a destructive lire
in Adelaide at Cowell Bros, timber
The London Chartcicd Bank of
Australia, at Horsham in Victoria,
was robbed by burglars of 5,500.
There has been a destructive hur
ricane at Tonga.
Will perform at the foot of Richard St.,
IMtOF. JOHN' HIII'.IUrAX
Aud his World-famcd Horses,
'f 03I3IV, IIAItXKY AXI JACK,
Together with the Brightest Array of
Rider.3, Acrobats and Gymnasts.
The Premier of Somersault Pour-horse
3IIMH 37AIIi:i.i ST. CI.AIIt,
In her exhibition of horsemanship.
WArmii 3ioitoNCo noM. iiahiiy
Tliu Russian Acrobats.
On his Slack AVire.
HCOTT AXI I.A 3IOXIUr..
Iu their Flying Trapeze, or " The Lad.
der of Life."
Comic Farce, entitle!
A FRENCH HIDING SCHOOL.
Riding Master W. Morosco
Mons. Dinie..., O. Thompson
Mmc. Dlnlc W. O'Dell
Joe (tervant) O. Morosco
The Efpicstriau Clown,
Don't fall to witness FI1ANIC LA
MONDUE give Ids daring Hluglo Wire,
Ascension from the Ground to the Top
of the Pavilion (on the outside) before
The Child Wonder, and his Shetland
Ponies Dulcet nnd Ducheas,
Admission $ 1 .00 Children 50
Refci veil chairs 25 conls cxtr.i. To
be had inside llm tent.
E. M. Jkwi:i.i., Gen. Iluslucss Agent.
nUIIINO MY AHSENOB Mr. P.M.
U Hatch will tnko orders for Cattle
from Kancohe Rauoh.
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook anil 13akor. ,
No, 71 Hotol st. Telephone 74 .
Oceanic Steamship Comp'y,
te rirv. MAuxMi.'tcttvr
new ami Klcg.uit Steamships
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will have Honolulu nnd Sun
Rinucl.oco on the
lot and 15th. of Each Month.
Paui:xui:iis may have their names
booked In advance by applying at the
otllcu oT the agents.
Piiisiuigcis by this line aie hereby no
titled that they' will lie allowed 250 lbs
of baggage free by the Ovcrhnd Kail
way, when traveling East.
Excursion Tickets lor Round Trip, $125,
good to return by any of the Company's
blcamers within ninety days.
Mkuciiandisk intended for shipment
by thit line will bo received free of
clmige in the Company's New Wine
houbo and receipts Issued for same.
Inbuuanck on merchandise, whilst in
the warehouse, will be at owner's risk.
Wm. G. In win & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
Steam Navigation Company's
LINK OF STKAMKKS.
hates, . . . Commander,
AVill run regularly for Komi and Kan
Lkavks Honolulu at -i r.M. on
Aimivr.t) at Honolulu at 5 r.n.
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 3 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Kolou, Eleclc,
and Wnimca, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawiliwili every Saturday evening.
The Janios Makee,
ifiii:r.MA.v, - - - Commander
Leaves Honolulu every Thursday
at !J p.m. for Kapaa and Kilauea. He
turning, leaves Kauai every Tuesday at
4 p-m., and touching at "Wainae, both
The C. R. Bishop,
davis. - - - Commander.
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 4 p.m. for Kukuiliaele, Honokaa and
Paaulmu. Returning arrives at Honolulu
evciy Sunday morning.
SSK; King, Commander,
.Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lnhaiua, Maa
laea Bay, Makonn, Mahukona, Ka
wailiae, Laupahoehoe and Hilo.
Returning, will touch at all the
alove ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Satin dav afternoon.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Bk? The favorite liktnc
W. H. Dimond,
Houdlctt, - - - JIastcr,
Will have quick dispatcli for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
AV. G. In win & Co., Agents.
FOR IIILO DIRECT.
The Clipper Schooner
Meisson, - - - Master,
Will run regularly between Honolulu,
and Hilo. For freight or passage apply
to the Captain on hotml, or to the
Pacific Navigation' Co.,
041 3m Cor. Nuuanu & Queen Ms.
Till: FA6T SAIMNO
will run legularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For trcigbt or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
Pacific Navioation Co.,
' " .
Best Manila Cigars
G!il lm b A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.
A Goodpasture for Horses,
.yrp NEAR TOWN.
A. A. MONTANO.
LAHGK II ALU over
P. A. Dins'
Stoic, King Btrcet.
Apply on the
i)5 11 w
P. A. DIAS.
NE SIDE of that beautiful Olllco
now occupied enliro Dy .). iv.
Wiseman in the Campbell Block, Jler.
chant sticct. with select otrtcu Furniture,
Apply to .I.E. WISEMAN.
Oil tf Ucnoial Business Agent.
A Delightful Residence For
ON Beretania Street, liutween
VJPilkoi and Victoria btrccts,
U riiiiilcni side ) This Dwelling
House- contains 0 Rooms with nil modern
improvements, bath mid servants' rooms
Carriage House, Stable and Harness
Room, wire hcuens throughout the
houso on doors and windows. Artesian
well water supplied from Well of Mr. P.
Milton. Also Furnlliiio throughout for
salo including O.irden Utensils, etc.
Lot 8000 O rounds neatly laid out
For a comfortable and central Home
theie premises excel. The plnco Is being
sold In consequence of the Owner leav
ing Kingdom. Terms reasonable.
h Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
040 2w tGcneral Business Agent.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Hardware, Agricultural Implerueuts,
Ijillliigtmiii Sleel Ploiu. 1-Vtioe Who, Staples
Kerosene Oil, Blouse Furnishing Goods, Lamp
SILVER PLATED WARE, Ac, &c, &c. 052
READY TOR FURNISHING HOUSES.
j. 4 Matting.
ok r.viniY DKscitirrtoN
105 & 107 Fort, Street,
C31" Island Orders will receive Prompt
75, 11 and 81
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(Lato ar. ,T. KOSEJ
All orders for Wheel-vehicles of every description tilled with promptness and
dispatcli. First-class Mechanics employed all the year round.
jcar XTXE OAltRIAGE WORK A SPEOIAL.TY. -a
NothniK too hot or too heavy for us. TRAM CARS, OMNIBUSSES, PLANTA
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX OAItTS, made to order, altered or repaired.
Our Horse Shoeing: Department
It under the supervision of a practical man a mechanic second to nbr.e. We
have no use for soaking scalds or rot tubs. All work guaranteed.
5Chnrgcs moderate. WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
408 ly 7". 77 and 81 King Street.
P. O. Pos !!)7
No.. G7 Hotel Street Honolulu,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
Provision and Produce Dealers.
IFVesli Goods ly
J5 barrels Red Salmon,
Kegs Prime California Butter,
Casks Hams, Barrels Vinegar,
Ctiid Cheese, California Mackerel,
Cases of Fairbank's Lard, 3, 5, and 101b. Pails.
KegsMiirma'el Hcrriugs, Kegs Soused Pig's Peed,
Can-s all kinds ot provisions in Canned Goods.
MooiIh Hold Low, mill llolivcrcil I'm or Cliarsc to nil imrlH or oily.
Island and Family orders solicited and promptness guaranteed.
11EDUCTION IN PRICES.
Tregloan & At-water,
Tailors and Clolhiors,
Four it HoTF.i, Sts. G!)0 3m
.5 II ST RECFilVF,)
FX " MAUH'OSA "
A Full Assortment
American Groceries !
2 15 A. S. OIEGHOltN & CO.
& llUUllIM JJllitt
Cil 1 in b
A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.
MR. GEORGE L. BABCOCK, lately
of Oakland, California, It pre
paii-il to give instruction in inusin and
to iccelvo pupllb for the Piano. Ad.
dre-s at Mrs. Dudoit's, comer of Alakca
and BeiTtnnia streets, or with
tm lm b LYCAN fc Co.
Oftlcu Sup't Water Works,
Honolulu, July 3, 1882.
ALL piwms having Water Privileges
am notified that their Water Rates
are payable semi-annually, in advance,
at thu ofllcu of the Superintendent of
Water Works, foot of Nuuanu street,
iinon the 1st dav ot January aud July of
each year. ClIAS. B. WlLKON.
Sup't liter Works
8. K.KAAi.Miulstor of Interior. 20
and Picture Frames
maih: to oiior.ii.
Honolulu, H. I.
and Careful Attention. (500 3m b
75, 77 ami 81
Telephone No. 340.
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT,
1:2 a Cord.
Apply at the Ofllce of the
PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co.
Corner Nuuanu and Queen streets
.1 USX RECEIVED
A CIIOICU LOT OK
210 A. S. CLEGHORN & CO.
A CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
Beg to intimate to his friends aud the
public generally, that he Is now pre.
pared to execute orders for
Plain ami Decorative
Painting & Paporlianging
in the best and newest styles.
1 S.-J 3TOICJL1 SXl12ErA
P.O Box, No. -ill. 401 ly
A new and full Line of Australian
Saddles & Bridles,
0S1 lm b A, S. CLEGHORN & Co.
Cottage to Let.
ON the Plains, between Keaumoku and
Pllkol streets, containing!! rooms;
water laid on, aud every convenience.
Houso nowly painted and renovated,
Rent $1.1 per month. Apply on thoprera.
Iscs, 205 Beretania street, 054 lw