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MONDAY, MAK. '-'I, 1881.
O0EANI0S. S. CO.
Ktlll SAX FUAKflStTi.
Alameda... Leaven Honolulu, Apr. 1st.
Marlpoa. . . .Leaves Honolulu, Apr. IGlh
Dlmnoiiil Head, Mar. 1M, 0:110 ft.lii
Strong S. K. wind.
Stmr Alumcdn from Stm Francisco
Stmr Kiuiui from windward ports
Stinr .Jwalnni from Kmlnl
Stmr Likclikc from windwnrd ports
Tern Excelsior from New Castle
Schr Jennie from NawiKwili
Snhr Iltdeaknla from Pepcekeo
Schr ivnwnilnni from Koolau
Stmr C II Bishop from Ilamakua
Schr Knmoi from Lanpahoehoc
Schr rohoisi'i from Puna
Schr "Waimaln from Kgloa,
Schr Wailclc from Mnliko
Schr "Wnichu from Mnliko
Schr Mary Alice from Molokai
VESSELS LEAVING THIS" DAY.
Stmr Lchua for Maui '& Molokai
Stmr Kilanca lion for Kahului
Schr Ehuknl for AVaialua
Schr Nettie Morrill for Lahainn
Schr Ktuikcaouli for Ilonokaa
Schr Kawailani for Koolau'
Stmr Mokolii for Koolau
From windward Ports per Kinau
March 22 Mips llillbrand, .Ins
Castle, WMlScal, F Tillman, Oliver,
MissTilman, MissIIcaly, Miss Oliver,
A Lidgatc, J II Sopor, Father Lco
norc, Miss Duckalsky, T Gray, G W
"Wilfong, II Cornwcll, C A Uailey, F
Gollschalk, II Ncttcr, Capt llobin
son, Miss Widdcfield, J Nawahi, J
Kichardson.-P II W Koss, W J Cor
scadden, A Mack, Miss Mack, Mr
Fasnam and wife, Mrs Hipley and
From windward ports per Likeliko
March 22 F M Bultcr.
From San Francisco per Alameda,
March 22 l)r J AV Anderson, Miss
C Anderson, Mrs S B Blake, Mr P
II Borden, Mrs P II Borden, Mr It
W Bush, Mr J UCallamore, Miss iu
L Callamore, M'me Do Souza Cana
varro, Mrs B F Dunham, Miss E W
Dyer, Miss II P Dyer, Mr YV II
Ferguson, Mr W Freeman, Mis W
Freeman. Mrs J A Fletcher, Mr J E
Gale, Mrs J E Gale, Master L YV
Gale, Miss P Gale, Mr C C Harmon,
Mrs C C Harmon, Mr YV D Health,
Mrs D YV Harrier, Miss Harrier,
Miss M Howe, Mr AB Hull, Miss
A J Ilutchins, Mr II L Hutchinson,
Mrs II L Hutchinson, Mr E L Har
vey, Miss M L Jacobs, Mrs P C
Jones Jr., Miss S E Jones, Mr E S
Lendall, Mrs.M S Latham, Mrs F B
Latham, Mrs S YV Lcdercr, and
Infant, Miss Lederer, Mr C YV Mott
Miss I M Marr, Mrs M It McKinnon
Miss B McKinnon, Mr T McMullen,
Mrs J McCord, Miss N McCord,
Miss L McCord, Mr E I Nichols,
Mr II North, Mrs II North, Mr J J
Owen, Mrs J J Owen, Miss E Pratt,
Mr J K Porter, Mrs J II Pratt, Mr
J D Rice, Miss N F Howe, Mr W
Sherwood, Miss F Smith, Mrs J A
Smith, Mr J II Smith, Mr E I Spal
ding, Mrs J II Smith, Mr A Tyson,
Mr A It Vail, Mrs AY AYard, Miss C
AVadsworth, Mr J White, Miss E
AVhitman, Mrs E P AVliitman, Mr J
" A AVhitman, Mrs J A AVhitman, Miss
M AVhitman, Mr AY AVoon, F Gertz,
AY B Morton, It Villafranea, E Ar
Everett, A Geering, E Calamc, Leon
Bland, Miss M Hughes, Mrs C Tracy
E J Lindstrom, J D Marlin, Jas It
Robinson, C G Nimmins, C Nob
jimum, C II Dexter, II AY Morse, C
AValsh, AY Rockwell, M Conway, II
E bee, S M Everett, 1!) steerage and
From Kahului per Kilauea Hon,
March 92 AV II Bailey, S Roth, L
II Tocnis, S G AVall, It T AVilbcr, II
Robertson, R Ritson, Mr Mntson &
From Kauai per Iwalani, March
22 P iBcnhcrg, Mr Young, A S &
G N AVilcox, Mrs Titcomb, G & L
Titcomb, Mr Merthons, F Coons &
Stmr Likeliko brqught 4000 bags of
Hiigar, 300 sheep nnd 160 bbls molasses.
Stuu Kluau bro't 1000 bags sugar, Or.
head cattle, 1 horse, 171 pkgs sundries.
Senr Watmalu bro't LOO bgs sugar, 140
bgs rice, 100 bgs pae, 11 hides.
Schr lliileakala brought 800 bags and
inn 1;c."k of siiizar.
Stmr Iwalani brought 4180 bugs of
sugar, 2.1 head of cattle, l mules, lot
lililes and !100 goat skins.
Stmr Kilauea Hon brought 100 bags
The tern Excelsior nnlvcd on Satur
day, with coal from Newcastle to T. It
Foster & Co.
The schr Clans Sprcckcls, arrived at
San Franci'-co on March 7th, 21 days
from Kahului; the Alameda arrived on
March 8th, in (J days 20 hours; the hark
Kalakaua on March 10th, !I7 days from
Honolulu; tlio bear Anna on Aiarcn luiu,
15 days from Honolulu.
The Aberystwltli Castle arrived at
Astoila, on Marsh 11th, from Honolulu.
The Khr Ida Schnauer, Capt I T
Robertson, left Kahului for San Finn
clsco on 17th March, with 5802 u.igs of
sugar, weighing G0'J,B58 lb, allied at
ThaKlhi, Captain Clifford, and the
Consuelo sailed from San Francisco, for
.Honolulu pn lUtli March. Tho Emma
lOlandlna UK for Hllo on the same day.
The bgtno .1. D. Sprcckcls. Ciipt, C. T.
FrlU, lott Kalitilul for San PraneUeo on
alst lust., with 0.r 1 lag, sugar, weigh
ing 8.18,01" lb, nliu-tt at I8,S 10.7.1, and
tliu following pn?-eimcrs: Sir and Mih
W W RcyitohK n'ul Mr Dnjic.
ltcporl of the .s.s. Alameda, sailed
from San Francisco, March Stli, It p.m.,
Ilui'li'lfiroil llllfll !ll. 1 11.111. Mat I'll llllll
passed s.. Zcaliiudhi humid to Snu l'rnu-
cIsco. March IStli. pii'wd a hark at
noun piueriug .xnui. jiiiimioMiumi
lain T:30 a.m. March J2iul, thnu (1 days
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LOGAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Sugar has fallen one sixteenth.
Kaai died on Saturday
The Mexican Treaty 1ms passed
The Koystono Saloon was broken
into yesterday morning.
The stock, fixtures and lease of a
grocery store arc for sale.
. . .
His Excellency J. M. Kapcna was
seriously indisposed last week.
The Punahou vacation, of two
weeks duration, will begin to-morrow.
- B -4-
Colonel Sprockets, when ttic Ala
meda sailed, had gone to his country
Messrs. G. YV. Macfarlanc & Co.
look possession of the Hawaiian
Hotel on Saturday.
Lycax & Co. have just received a
full line of Chinese Arerandah and
Steamer Chairs. C08 flt
News was received by the Alameda
of ttic death of Captain Brown, who
had been in command of the bark
Ella for many years.
A brakesman, named John Stole,
was killed on the Mahukona railway,
on Tpcsday. He fell off the car
which van over him. Death was in
stantaneous. Mr. and Mi. Julius II. Smith re
turned to Ilonolulit'on Saturday. It
will be icuiembcred that Mr. Smith
was consulting engineer for Mr.
Flowcrdcw in his tiamwav scheme.
Messrs. Trcgloan & Atwater have
just received a lino lot of Children's
and P.oy.s Suits. Call and see them.
Mr.. Cutter, late fourth ofliccr of
the Alameda, has been promoted to
the position of third olllecr, Mr.
Sharp, formerly quartermaster, taking
Mr. Cutter's place as fourth ofliccr.
The Honolulu residents, who re
turned by the Alameda, include
Mrs. Canavarro, Mr. K. L. Harvey,
Mr. P. C. Jones, Jr., Mrs. and Miss
Lcdercr, Mr. E. I. Nichols and Mr.
J. K. Porter.
At noon to-day Messrs. Lyons &
Levey offer for sale seven thorough
bred horses, imported by Mr. IT. J.
Agncw. A written guarantee as to
pedigree will be given, and the seller
forfeits S 1,000 if the colts arc not
Trcgloan & Atwater have just
opened up u fine line of Gent's Fur
nishing Goods and latest style Hals.
' GG7 3t '
Dr. McKibbin received, by the
Alameda, a letter from Mr. I?. Stir
ling, dated Kent, 21st February,
stating that his wife had not im
proved since she left Honolulu, and
was not expected to live. Mr. Stir
ling consequently delayed Ills return
The lucky stockholders in the
Grove Hunch Plantation Company
can receive n. second dividend as the
result of this year's crop, on appli
cation to Mr. John II. Pnty, treas
urer. The first dividend of SIS per
share was paid only a few weeks
ago, and the amount now payable is
Tlio Alameda arrived, three and a
half hours before her regular time,
on Saturday morning. She brought
ninety-seven cabin paBsengers, of
whom only bcven are Honolulu resi
dents, the remainder being tourists
and visitors from abroad, all of whom
spenk in the highest terms of their
pleasant trip from tlio Const and the
courtesy of the olflecrs of the Ala
meda. The usual libt of short stamped
Australian letters may now he seen
at the Post-olllee. Tliu total dell
cicnoy amounts to more than 83, of
which over SU is due on about a
dozen letters to one individual.
Most of the detained Australian
letters arc posted by passengers who
UJi.mj.11- H-UM.lLIJ.'.aH.llHUJJBLm.'lV.W WJW'IJt;iUff-A'l!ltmillUR'.UUJ.l' -.U
pass through, from llic Colonics. It
would uo wen on -Miiese meanier
days for the rostinaster-(.ieiicral to
place ii notice, piomitioiilly in the
post-office window, slating the
amount of postage necessary to en-
sure the forwarding of lettets for
Go and see the ponies at the Cir
Messrs. John D. Sprcckcls & Co.,
the gencrat ngents of the Oceanic S.
S. Co., published in San Francisco,
before the departure of the Alameda,
a very neat card containing a full
list of tier passengers on the down
trip, witli their plnccs of residence.
The card bears engravings of Dia
mond Head and the Alameda, the
date of her sailing and the names of
Captain Morse, Dr. Newman, Purser
Sutton and AY. G. Invin & Co., tlio
Mit. Fred. Bagot played a practi
cal joke on Saturday on Mr. E.
Riven, who is quite sick, by insert
ing a local advertisement in the
columns of our daily contemporary,
stating that Mr. Uivcn wanted a dog,
cither sex but not too large. Mr.
Riven was besieged, from 5 a. m. till
midnight on Saturday by Hawaiian
dog fanciers, his yard being filled
with mongrels of every howling des
cription. It is hoped that Mr. Riven
wilt shortly recover from the canine.
attack. He threatens a cuuhuj at
tack on the perpetrator of the joke.
THE WAR IN ECYPT.
A battle took place on March 13th
at Tamal AVells, between Graham's
forces and the rcbclg. The following
account is taken from the Alia Cali
Loudon, March lltli. During the
confusion which ensued when the
Arabs made their wild rush upon the
English lines, and caused them to
retreat, the newspaper reporters and
other non-combatants took part in
the f raj, and used their lcvolvers
freely and with deadly effect upon
After the battle, Osman's camp
and three villages were burned.
Among the trophies, Osman's stan
dnid was taken and Tcwlik l?ey's
recaptured. The British loss is con
sidorablj' heavier than first roporrcd.
The number of killed reaches 100,
'and the wounded 150.
Gen. Graham's forces are return
ing to Suakin.
Osnian Digna has lied to the hills.
AKAH INDIFFMIKXCE TO I.IFK.
The Arabs retired before the Eng
lish slowly and sullenly. They were
dcl'eatcd, but not put to rout. They
walked away as if sauntering through
a bazaar, with their arms folded or
swinging at their sides. Many were
shot down, but this did not hasten
their companions' speed.
It was impossible to take prison
ers. Wounded Arabs would be mo
tionless, without uttering a single
cry or moan, anil watcli tncir ciiancc
to stab the advancing British with
knife or spear. The victors walked
among the wounded as among so
many vipers. One wounded Arab
killed :i British marine during the
night. Another attempted to stab
Col. Stewart while his aide-de-camp
was gjving a wounded man water.
Will perform at the foot of Richard St.,
This Monday Evening,
1'insr Turn or thi:
Grand Star and Waltz Entree
Led by Miss St. Clair and Mr. Morosco
I-KOI". .IOII.V NlIF.lt.HAX
And his World-famed Hoiscs,
Toamv, luitM'.v axi jack,
Together with tlio JJrightost Anay of
Riders, Acrobats and Gymnast!;.
The Premier of Somcrcault Itidcis.
Ml KM MAIUII, HT. UliAIit.
In her Grand Miinage Act.
WAI.TEIII aiOHOHCO !IIIOK.:i JIAltltY
Tlio Russian Acrobats.
On his Slack Wnc.
KVOTTAMI i JIOXIH'K.
In their Double Tnipc.o Art.
and his two ponies
Inlcu unci lll)ll-H
hi his gicit bareback liunllo race.
Comic Farce, entltluil
A FRENCH RIDING SCHOOL.
Rldliig Master W. Morocco
Mons. Dinlo, , G. Thompson
Mine. Dtnle W. O'Dell
Joo (sen ant) C. .Moro-co
Ailiniss'.on SI. 00 Children 50
Rat-ervul chalrj 25 cents c.tia. To
be had inside the tent.
U.fi J. SHERMAN ic Co.,
E. M. .ruwiux, flen. Business Agent.
Oceanic Steamship Ooilip'y.
J UK UAUMl'ltRNT
tel2a3!sS&:"'" "'1 Ui-jJ.iiilStuainxliIps
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu imtl Sm
Fiiuiel-ii'o on tin
1st and 15th oi' Each Month.
I'ASs&Nurr.s amy have their nnmes
booked in advance by applyinjj'at tin
nfllcu oT the ngcnW.
l'nsscngcis this lino are licreliv no
tified thai they will ho allowed anolhs
of bagcago tree by the Overland Hall
way, wlicn traveling East.
Excursion Tickets for Round Trip, $125,
good to return by any of the Company's
Steamers within iiluuty days.
Merchandise Intended for shipment
by this lino will be received fico of
charge In the Company's New AVaie
house and receipts Issued for same.
1xsUua:,ck on merchandise, whilst in
the warehouse, will be lit owner's risk.
AVm. O. Iuwix & Co.,
Agents, 0. S. H. Co.
Steam Navigation Company's
iiati:s, - . . Commander,
NV ill run regularly for Komi and Kan
Li;avj:s lloxoi.ur.u at i l'.st. on
Friday, Jan. 11
Tuesday, Jan. 2'J
Friday, Feb. 1
Tuesday, Feb. tij
Friday, Feb. 2L'
Tuesday, Mar. 4
Friday, Mar. 14
Tuesday, Mar. 23
Auitivi:s at Honolulu at 5 p.m.
Friday, .Tan. 18
Tucday, .fan. -!)
Friday, J' oh. 8
Tuesilav, Feb. 1!)
Friday, Feb. !!
Tuesday, Mar. It
Friday, Mar. SI
camkkon, ... Commander,
Loaves Honolulu cvory Tuesday
at 5 p.m.,Lfor Nawillwili, Ivoloa, Eleclc,
and Waimca, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawlliwili every Saiuulay evening.
kukkman, - Commander
Loaves Honolulu ovory Thursday
at a p.m. for Kapaa and KUaucu. He
turning, Ieavcs-Kamii every Tuesday at
4 p-m., and touching at Wainne, both
The C. R. Bishop, ,
davik, - - Commander.
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at I p.m. for Kiikuiliaelc, Ilonokaa and
I'aauliau. Itcturnint; arrives at Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
pSJlSfaSJi; King, Commander,
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahainn, Maa
laen Bay, Makcnn, Mahukona, Ka
waihae, Laupahochoc and Hilo.
Returning, will touch at all tins
alove ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Satuulay afternoon.
& FOR SAN FRANCISCO
-fii The favorite liktne
W. G. Irwin
Turner, - .Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. -Var freight or passage apply to
W. C. Iiiwin- is Co., Agents.
FOH rUGET SOUND
& The Fine Clipper ltarktlno
. Newhall, .... Muster,
Will he dispatched for Port Towuscud,
on or about 25th, hist. For freight or
passage, apply to the Captain on board or
(107 ALLEN" &nOINSQy. Agent.
BREWER & Co's. BOSTON PACKETS,
k SHIPPERS will plcaso take
nonce iniii nic unu ij.uk
5- juni'j v. Dntvvnn,
will leave Itoston .tune 1st, for this
port. Outers for goods should bo sent
forward as early as April 15th, to insure
shipment. For fuitlicr information
apply to O. UREWKK & Co,
I1C0 tin Queen Street.
FOR II1LO DIRECT.
SfirifuYf I IIV V'lU'Jl uvnwmii.1
rpl.,. II!. ,.,,it. Cr.biruinf
to the Captain on boan
Mulssou, - - - .Master,
or nussago apply
plain on board, or to llio
I'ACIFIO -IXAVIUATIUN -U.,
(Ill !lm Cor. Nuiianu & Queen sis.
TUB KAST BAIMNCJ
will run icgularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Rdturning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
Pacific Navigation Co.,
Best Manila Cigars
0.11 lm h A. S. CfdCailORN k Co.
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
II. Cavcnagh, a Proprietor.
jIKAIiH dJJ jIKAIjH
Cook,d.Joord'r's'At all hours.
Oysters, Celery, Salmon, and Fruit
Received by every steamer. 001
V. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
No. 71 Hotel st. Tolophono 74.
.BILLINGHAM & Co,
'IMPORTERS and dealers
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Dillingham Steel llo;. IVnce Wife, Staples,
Kerosene Oil, Mouse Furnishing Goods, Lamp
SIIiVKK l'LATKI) A'AMv, &e., ic, i OSS
READY FOR FURNISHING HOUSES.
L ..d Mailing,
or r.vKUY nnscitirrioN"
105 & 107 ForL Street,
Z3 Wand Orders will receive Prompt
75, 77 and 81
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(Xnto ar. .r. kosid.)
All orders for AVhccl.vchiclcs of every description tilled with promptness and
dispatch. First-class Mechanics employed all the year round.
AST PINE CAllllIAGE "WOllK A SPECIALTY. -a
Nothing too hot or Urn heavy for u. TUA.M CARS, OMNIUUSSKS, PLANTA.
TfON WAGONS, MULE & OX CARTS, made to order, altered or rcpuiied. f
Our 1 Torse Shoeing: Department
Is under the supervision of a practical man a mechanic second to nor.e. We
have no use for feoaking scalds or lot lub. All work guaranteed.
$-Cliurgc.s moderate. "WHITiLVN & WRIGHT,
403 ly 75. 77 and 81 King Stiett.
P. O. Un 2B7.
Ko. 07 Hotel Street
Provision and Produce Dealer?.
Xresli 3roocli iy DEJvei'y Arrival. .'
i barrels Red Salmon,
Kegs Prime California Rutter,
Casks Ilams, R.irrcls Vinegar,
Cases Cheese, California Mnckcrol,
Oases of Fairbanlc's Lard, , 5, ami 101b. Pails.
KegsMiiriiiate'l Herrings, Kegs Soused Pig's Feed,
Cafes all kinds ot provisions in Canned Goods.
I.'ooiIh Sold Low, mill Icllrrcil I'rcc r Cliui'se to all iiu-tH of rlly.
Isliind mid Family onlers Foliellcd and promptness guarantesd.
KE1JUCTION JN I'JUOISS.
r.ri'og'loaiJ & Afcwatov,
Tailors and Clothiers,
Four it IloTi'.i.SiH.
A Full Assortment
American Groceries !
215 A. S. CLKGHOltN & CO.
iv tn wvw
Cil lm b A. S. CLEGIIORN & Co.
. THE PIANO.
VI R. GEORGE L. Il.VUCOCK, lately
It! of Oakland, Ciiliforuiii, Is pre.
pared to give instruction in music and
to receive pupils for the Piano. Ad.
dres at Mrs. Dudoit's, comer of Alakca
and Hcri.'l.uihi sticeU, or with
O.V.J lm b LYCAX & Co.
Ofllco Sup't Water Works,
Honolulu, .Inly a, 1883.
ALL persons having Water Privileges
are notified that lliclr Water Rates
are payable semi annually, hi advance,
at the olllce of the Superintendent of
Water Winks, foot of Nuutinu htreet,
upon the 1st day of January and July of
each vear, CH AS. 11. Wl LSON,
Sup't filler Works
S. IC. Kaai, Mluistni of Interior, 301
and Picture Frames
muiji to oiiuim.
Honolulu, H. T.
and Careful Attention. G0C ilin l
75, 77 and 81
Telephone No. 210.
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT,
13 st Cord.
Apply at the Olllce of the
PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co.
Corner Ntiuauu and Queen Streets
A ClIOICU LOT OF
215 A. S. OLEQIIORN & CO.
A CARD TO THE PUHLIO.
Rug to intimate to his friends and Hie
public generally, that he is now pre
pared to execute orders for
Plain and Decorative
Painting & Paperlianging
in the best and newest styles.
i H5 jroii'f sxTwraiyr,
P. O lio., No. IU. 401 ly
A new and full Line of Australian
Baddies & Bridles.
O-.l lm h A. S. CLEGHORX &. Co.
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
No. 13 Kino Stiiket.
Trees and Saddles of all kinds made to
order and repairing Harness, etc,, dono
in blunt notice. All orders promptly at.
tended to. 003 ly