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FRIDAY, APKIL 18, 1881.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All (Imp from noon (if to-tiny. Apill 18
9unSct v.. (i 21.
Sun Jliseg 17 !17.
Moon Hisc 1;J 22
High Tide (largo) .11 21
High Tide (small ) 211 ill
wind and wi:viin:n
Kecoitl Iiom uooif of ycUmtuj :
' fffi, Thermometer Ituhi.
I 411 I !lll I 221l II 21i 1 '.111 I ISll II to 181l
I :io.ol I ra.on I so.13 II 740 1 700 (,.o o.no
Wind, N'.NM:., fresh; SLy, full'; Pen, niod-
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
V()U HVN KKAKMhCO.
Ahuueda... .Leaves Iloiiohilu, TMay. 1st.
Mariposa. . . .Leaves Honolulu, May loth
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
If OU AUCKLAND AND SYDNEY:
Zcahindia On April 19
POn SAN FltANOIBCO.
Stmr Australia May 11
Diamond Head, April 18, it part
Fresh N.N.E. wind.
Stmv Lehua G miles off Diinond lid
Schr Emma from Olowalu
Schv Marion from "Waimca
Tern Dora Blulnn from 1 Townsenil
Schr Jennie Walker from ITilo
Schr Lcahi fram Kolialnlelo
Schr Maim from Ililo
Sclir Knukcaouli from Kohala
Stmr Mokolii from Koolau
Stmr Jas Makee f oV Waianac & Kauai
Stmr "Waimanalo for Waimanalo
Stmr C 11 Bishop for Ilamnkua
Schr Fmma for Ileeia
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Waimalu for Koloa
Schr Wailelc for Maliko
Schr Gen Scigel for Koolau
Schr Caterina for Ilanalei
For "Waianac and Kauai pfir Jas
Makee, April 18 rMr Jackson, M
Dunn, J F Ilerapath and about 05
VESSELS IN PORT.
II w Bk Kalakaua, Miller
Brit baik Birmali, Watt
"Pr man-of-war Kerguelcn. Foamier
Schr Chas Hanson, E W Spraguc
Tern Doraliluhm, W. Blnlim
Tlie C. R Bishop sails to-day at 4
Schr Marion brought 750 bags of sugar
Schr Emma brought 1050 bags of
sugar from Olowalu.
Schr Jennie Walker brought 1841 bags
of sugar from Ililo.
Schr Lcaht brought 1800 hag' of sugar
Schr Mana brought 1H05 bags of sugar
Schr Kaukeaouli brought 2303 bags of
sugar from Kohala.
The Julia is said to be due on the 20th
The Emma sails for Heeia this even
ing. Mr. Holland has resigned his position
as chief ofllcer of the Kimvu, he lias been
succeeded by Capt. McDonald formerly
of the Jus. Makee.
The tern Dora Blulnn, Capf Wm.
Blulnn, 31 days from Port Townscnd ar
rived this morning, with 320,907 feet of
rough lumber and 100,000 shingles, to
II. Ilaekfeld & Co. She had variable
winds thoroughout the voyage. Signaled
tne Qity of Sydney, 180 miles from
Oahu. The Dora Bluhm was becalmed
4 days 80 miles N. 15. of Honolulu. She
is discharging at the Esplanade.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Mn. E. P. Adams holds his legu
lar cash sale to-morrow.
Tin: trade wind sot in steadily last
evening. It may he the means of
bringing the Julia to port, and
it may not.
Caw. and examine those beautiful
Madeira Goods, just received by P.
A. Dias, King street, next to Castle
& Cooke. 080 Iw.
liny. Mr. Wainwright is expected
to arrive to-morrow, from Hawaii and
to preach at St. Andrew's pro-cathedral
on .Sunday Evening. Rev. G.
Wallace will preach in the morning.
Two deserters, from their contract
service with Messrs. Foster & Co.,
interviewed Judge Bickerton this
morning. One was mulcted in the
sum of $f and cost, and the other
was ordered to return to work.
Rosamna. Is ho of God's Making?
What manner of man? Is liia hend
worth a hat, or is his chin worth a
beard? As You Like It. Call for the
"Stetson" in any color you Please
at Mclnorny's. ' 080 8t
Ox Sunday morning, Mr. Chtzan's
Ihomo will be "Judging others," and
the evening theme "Mysteries," a
talk with those who sa, "You ask
us to accept mysteries, and to be
lieve what wo cannot understand! It
is absurd I"
Kixis street sidewalk, from Castle
mill IJnnlfo'a in liVivt. tilvnof 10 bri!rr
Honolulu Engine Co. No. 1, will
hold a special meeting on Monday
Tin: owner of the umbrella re
turns thanks for tho'prompt, restora
tion of his pioperty.
Tun artesian well at the Palace has
increased, in height, by four inches
within the last, ten days.
Fouu ofllccs to let, well lighted
and ventilated over the I, X.' L.
store, corner Nuuanu and Queen
streets. 091 tf
Tin: Ilonokaa mill, since it com
menced grinding for the present
season, has turned out sugar at the
average of five tons to the acre. At
Kukuihaelc the average has been
five and a quarter tons to the acre.
Tin: Nettie Merrill left Honolulu
on 8th inst. for Lahaina and only
arrived there yesterday. She was
seen, a few days ago, on the wind
ward side of Maui and is supposed
to have been in search of the Julia.
In the police court this morning,
Kinokco forfeited $10 bail for dis
turbing the quiet of the night. W.
McDonald, a drunk, forfeited SO.
Kamule for practising medicine with
out a license, on 12th and Utb inst,
he being a native Hawaiian, was re
manded to 22nd Inst.
, Tin: agents of the P. M. S. S. Co.
do not expect the Zealandia before
to-morrow evening, but our 'daily
contemporary "knows all about it"
and again circulates misleading state
ments regarding these steamers.
"The public" will "be surprised"
at the "fulfilment of what has long
been promised," by our contempo
rary, but is never accomplished.
Tin: Supreme Court was occupied
to-dnj in hearing, before a mixed
jury, the case of Brown versus the
Koolau Plantation. The plaintiff
claimed damages for loss sustained
through the refusal of defendants to
grind his cane, plaintiff having made
a verbal agreement with a previous
manager of the plantation to grind
his cane at a certain time. Defend
ants held that there was no agree
ment and that they were not liable.
Hon. S. B. Dole appeared for the
plaintiff, Hon. Paul Neumann with
Messrs Smith and Thurston for the
In the case of the Oriental Bell
Telephone Co. v. Mr. E. P. Adams,
Mr. Ellis stated, in evidence, "that
lie formed a full partneiship with
Mr. Adams in 18811." The law re
lating to co-partnerships states
that a notice must be published "at
least twice in the Hawaiian and
English languages in two newspapers
published in Honolulu," and that
the partners ' ' must file a statement
in the office of the Minister of the
Interior." The act further reads
that "each partner," who has not
complied with the provisions of the
act, is "liable to a fine of $5 for
eveiy day since the co-partnership
lias been formed.
Tin: conocrt at Waikiki church
last night was well attended and very
enjoyable. The church choir opened
the programme with the chorus li
hxi no Jcsu. The duets Like the
Lark and Do you remember, the
latter especially, were well rendered
by Mrs. C. B. Wilson and Mrs.
Bowler. Good-bye Sweetheart, by
Mr. James McGuirc was excellently
suner aud received an encore. The
duct of the Misses Helen and Annie
Cleghorn Make me no gaudy (not
greedy, as the programme said)
chaplet, and the children's chorus
were exceedingly pleasing and thor
oughly appreciated. II. R. II. Prin
cess Liliuokalani, who conducted and
managed tho concert, had tastefully
decorated tho church, and had tho
satisfaction of adding about $80 to
the Waikiki Sunday school fund.
Some of the numbers were interrup
ted by the conversation of a few
among the audience, who, doubtless
not appreciating music themselves,
I forgot that others had more culture.
6 1 liMtmi'iicr.
A gentleman who resides in this
city and who came up f rom Ma.athln
on the last steamer, speaks quite en
couragingly of the progress of Mexico
under the impulse of American im
migration and capital.' He has an
extensive mine in active operation
near Mazatlau, to which place ho
makes frequent journeys, and his
interests arc such that he kcops a
watchful eye upon the political and
commercial affairs of the country,
the former having there a particularly
important bearing on the latter. Ho
stales that the western portion of
Mexico has received such an infusion
of nothcrn energy and capital that
it has thoroughly waked up and is des
tined to become very prosperous.
He says :
' 'Any respectable American bear
ing tho proper credentials is welcomed
heartily and given every facility
to prosecute any legitimate enter
prise. But a man lias got to be
decent, t or ho must expect harsh
treatment. Some of their public men
are as able and encrgctie and pat
riotic as any we have. For instance,
there is Joaquin Redo of Mazatlau,
who is a member of the Mexican
Senate. He has a large sugar planta
tion and i complete refinery to work
up his cane ; he owns and operates
a cotten-mill ; he is the founder and
principal owner of the only iron
works and machine shop worth men
tioning in Mazatlan, and it is he who
established the line of steamers now
plying on the gulf of California. He
is friendly to every American deserv
ing of it who goes down there, and
is quick to use his influence to assist
them in the prosecution of their
business. He is a popular man and
is rapidly coming into prominence in
connection with the Presidency of the
republic. The election will by before
long, and it seems to be the universal
opinion that Diaz will be nominated
and elected. Redo's fiiends do not
expect to put him up at the next
election, but they believe there will
be no 'difficulty in seating him as
Diaz's successor. Every American
that I know down there would be glad
to sec it, for he is universally popular
with them, and if he is ever elected to
the position it will be a grand good
thing for Mexico, for men of his in
dustry, energy, administrative ability
and progressive ideas are scarce.
"The natural resources of the
country are simply immense and it
only nepds the proper men at the
head of affairs to give it such a boom
as in my humble opinion Avill sur
prise the world. The fertility of its
soil is very great mind I'm spaek
ing of the western portion; I don't
know much about the eastern. It
isn't half as hot or unhealthy as
most people think, and it hasn't
even begun to be, developed save
about the large cities. Scatter
enough American through its valleys
and along its plateaus and it will be
as productive as any in the world.
And if you want annexation, that's
the way to accomplish it. War don't
pay. People it with Americans and
they'll bring it into the Union without
spilling a drop of blood."
IN the Best Stylo, and
at the Hhortest notice. .
Colombia River Salmon !
Cil lm b A. S. CLEGH0RN & Co.
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
No. 42 Kino. Sthkkt.
Trees and Saddles of all kinds mado to
order and repairing Harness, etc., done
in short nonce. All orders niompuy ai-
A now and full Line of Aut-tnilinu
Saddles & Bridles,
051 lm h A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.
Office Sup't Water "Works,
Honolulu, July 3, 1882.
ALL persona having Water Privileges
are noUilcd that their Water Rates
are payable semi-annually, in advance,
at tho office of tl'O Superintendent of
Water Works, foot of Nuuanu street,
upon the 1st dav of .Tunuarv and July of
each voir. CHAS. 1$. WlLSON.
Sun't A ator Works
1 S. K, Kaai, Minister of Interior. 204
Oceanio Steamship Comp'y.
fiSUl5 TJlB MAGNIFICENT
uaESaSHfeiiew mid Eleg.uilStoamshi
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu mid Han
Fiiuieisco on the
1st and 15th of Each Month.
I'ABSUNumtH may have their mums
booked iu advance by applying at the
ofllec of the agents.
Passengers by this lino are hereby no
titled that they will be allowed SCO lbs
of baggage free by the Ovciland Hail
way, when traveling East.
, Excursion Tickots (or Round Trtp, $125,
good to lcturn by any of tho Company's
Steamers within ninety days.
Mkkciianoise intended for shipment
by this lino will he received free of
charge in the Company's New Ware
house and leceipts issued for same.
Insuiianck on merchandise, whilst in
the warehouse, will lie at owner's lisk.
Wm. Q. InwiN & Co.,
t Agents, O. S. S. Co.
Steam Navigation Company's
liffMG OF STEAMERS.
uatks, . . . Commander,
Will run regularly for Kona and Kan :
Leaves Honolulu at 4 p.m. on
jfTiuay, " :io
Tuesday, May 0
Friday, " 1C
Abiuves at Honolulu at
Friday, April 11 i Tuesday,
rucsuay, " hSi iTuday,
I'Ticlay, May 3
Tuesday, " lit
Friday, . " 23
CA3IEUON, - - Commander,
Loaves Honolulu cvory Tuesday
at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Elcele,
and Waimea, Kauai. Returning, leaver
Nawiliwili every Saturday evening.
The James Makee,
piiEKMAN, - - - Commander
Leaves Honolulu cvory Thursday
at '6 p.m. for Kapaa and Kilauea. Re
turning, leaves Kauai every Tuesday at
4 p-m., and touching at Wainac, both
The C. R. Bishop,
davis, .... Commander.
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 4 p.m. for Kukuihaele, Ilonokaa and
Paauhau. Returning arrives at Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
jrrarlffl" King, Commander,
lieaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahaina, Maa
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, Ka
waihae, Laupahoehoe and Hilo.
Keturning, will touch at" all the
alove ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Satuiday afternoon.
FOR HILO DIRECT.
The Clipper Schooner
Meisson, .... Master,
Will run regularly between Honolulu,
and Hilo. For freight or passage apply
10 the Captain on board, or to the
Pacific Navigation Co.,
041 8m Cor. Nuuanu & Queen sis.
THE FAST SAILING
will run regularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For treight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
Pacific Navigation Co.,
i:x latk AimiVALs,
75 Ban-elH, XTresIi
A. S. CLEGHORN & CO.
F. 'HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
No. 71 Hotel st. Telephone 74.
Best Manila Cigars
051 lm b A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT
H. Cavenagh, a Proprietor.
JIIEATLS ta2gg MEAT,
Cook'dtooid'r'SSS'At all hours.
Oysters, Celery, Salmon, and Fruit
Received by every steamer. 001
JPrjPl HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
ifca&agiiSteain engines, sugar mills, boil,
ers, coolers; iron, brass and lead cast
ings; machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention paid
to ship's black smithing. Job work exe.
cutcd at short notice. 1
Goviuinoh'b Okfiok, Hono
lulu, Sept. Bl, 1BBJ.
NOTICE is hereby given that no debts
contracted on behalf of tho 11a
waiian hand will bo recognized or paid
unless ordered by tho unuersignoil.
Jno, O. Dominih,
Governor of Oahu.
C'iuil)),ll,s IS'evv JLSIoflt, Blcivluint Street,
Telephone, 112. P. O. IJox, 111.".
TR, KAS, IU W rJP V rJ7 3R2 .A. CjJ 13 N" T,
Employment Agent, Custom Hoiibo Broker,
Fire and Life Insurance Agent,
and General Business Agent
Tho only General Hueincss Agent in tho Hawaiian Islands.
080 ly Ordeis of Every Kind and Nature Solicited1 from the Various Islands.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Dillingham Steel Plows, Fence Wire, Staples, v
Kerosene Oil, House Furnishing Goods, Lamp
SILVER PLATED WAKE, etc., &c., &c. ' G52
READY FOR FURNISHING HOUSES.
Parlor Sots, I I I
Bedroom Sots, I I I
Odd Chairs, ' I
Centre Tables, . jj"
Pillows, . '
Lambrequins, Cornices and PictureJFrames
OV KVEUY DnSCIUl'TION MADR TO OUDEIt.
1 OX & 107 Fort Street, Honolulu, II.. I.
UST Islaud Orders will receive Piompt and Careful Attention. 000 3m b
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 77 and 81
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
y (Late ar. JT. HOSE.)
All orders for Wliecl-vehielcs of every description tilled with prompt new and
diipatch. First-class Mechanics employed all the year round.
n&- FINE CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY, -a
Nothing too hot or too heavy for us. TRAM CARS, OMNIBUSSES, PLANTA
TION WAGONS. -MULE & OX CARTS, made to ordcr,altcrcd or lepaiicd.
Our Horse Shoeing Department
Is under the supervision of a practical man a mechanic second to none. We
have no use for soaking scalds or lot tubs. All work guaranteed.
6Chnrgc9 moderate. WHITMAN & "WRIGHT,
408 ly 75. 77 and 81 King Streel.
1'. 0. 15ox 2n7.
KENNEDY & CO,
No. G7 Hotel Street
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
Provision and Produce Dealer?.
I?Veli GrooIs !y Every Arrival.
JUST RECEIVED Barrels Red Salmon.
K barrels Red Salmon,
ICogs Prime California Butter,
Casks Ilains, Barrels Vinegar,
Cases Cheese, California Mackerel,
Cases of Fairlmnk's Lard, 3, 5, and 101l. PailB.
Kegs Marinated Herrings, Kegs Soused Pig's Peed,
Cases all kinds ot provisions in Canned Goods.
oo(Ih Hold Tjow, ami Delivered Free of Cliurse. to all part 8 of elly.
Island and Family orders solicited and promptness guaranteed.
;A New Firm
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG Leave
to infoini Mm Public and their
Friends that they have opened a Black
smith and Wagon Shop
No. 32 King Street
below Maunakea vvheiotlipy are prepaml
to Make and Kepairull kinds of Can iages
and Wagons on the ShmltM Notice
and Reasonable terms.
N. B. Our Iloir.o Shoeing department
U not under tho Supervision of hired
men, but we do tho work ourselves.
Our motto guarantee to give Satisfaction,
give us a call.
081 Jin NEWCASTLE &S AGAR.
(Successor to C. P. Ward.)
All oider-3 for callage piomptly at
tended to, at tho lowest lates. Also for
White ami ItlueU Kami
in quantities to suit, nt lowest price.
.Til ST ItlBCKIVKI
I'X " MAIUI'OSA "
A Full Assortment
American Groceries !
215 A. S..OLEGHORN & CO,
75, 77 and 81
( King St.
Telephone No. 240.
r ENERAL BLAOKSMITHB.
vX Horso Shooing a specialty
A llrst-class man being specially engaged
for that work.
Ship and Wagon work faithfully
Shop on tho Esplanade, op. nopper's.204
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERS
and all whom it may concern.
Tho undersigned having
made alterations, additions,
and improvements in his
aificKHS Kit. i i; a mrmrv.
is now prepared to glvo
The Highest Cash Value
for any quantity of
And will furnish containers for tho same
free of cost to any ono who may desire.
TlfO.S. W. ItAAVMKU
Honolulu Soap Works.
Otllco iii Brick Building,
Kinsstieet, Leleo. 483 ly
L14. J 1 . AfiUumm