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THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1881.
SUN, MOON AMD SEA.
All llinc from noon of to-day, April 2 1
Sun SeU fi 211.
Sun Itl-H-n 17 :t:t.
Moon Sets 5 !l".
High Tide (In. -go) :).
High Tide (small ) 15 BO.
wind and vi:atih:h
liccoul horn noon of jestoutny:
I III I Hit I 22ll I! ill I till I 18U II 1o 18U
80.03 I 30.12 iJO.10 7H 70 O 07 0.20
Wind, W., llfjlil; Sky, lino; Sou, smooth.
FOlt BAN KUAJJCIMJO.
Alameda.... Leaves Honoluln. May. 1st.
Miuipo'iu. . . .Leaves llnholnlu, May Ifilli
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
iron AUCKLAND AND SYHNKY:
City or Sydney On May 17
KOll BAN l'lMNCISCO.
Stmr Australia May 11
Diamond Head, April 21, !) p.m
Light W. wind.
Nothing in sight.
Stmr C R Bishop from Huinnkuti
Sclir Liholilio from Kolon
Sclir Mary Foster for Waianno
SohvMarion for Wnianae
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW. ,
Stmr Planter for windward ports
Stmr .Tas Makcc for Kauai
Stmr Wuimnualo for Waimnnalo
" VESSELS IN PORT.
Am Stmr Alameda, Morse
Brit hark Birmah, AVatt
Sclir Chas Hanson, E W Sprngue ,
Tern Dora Bluhm, W. Blnlnn
The caulking and copper of the .Tas.
Makce was being repaired this morning.
She sails to-morrow at !5 r m.
The Chas. Hanson came off the Maiine
Railway last evening. She is docked at
the Likelikc wharf, she will load from
the Twalani on Saturday morning, and
sail for San Francisco probably on Sun
day. The Dora Bluhm will finish dis
charging to-morrcw. She will go on
the Marilic Railway on Friday afternoon
or Saturday Morning. She will probably
load for San Francisco.
The bark liirmah will sail on Saturday
Stmr 0. R. Bishop brought 220!) bags
of sugar and 111 hides.
Sclir Liholilio brought 55-1 hags, of
sugar from Koloa.
. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Found A fan, enquire T.X.L.
Tun Kinau will be
break on Saturday.
Tim meeting of the British benev
olent Society takes place this evening.
Oil Paintings and chromos on the
instalment plan at King Bros. GOG 3t
Accokdino to Captain Lo veil's
" cacculations" the Kaluna is now
Buckwheat Flour s o m e t h i n g
'new in 31b packages, at Kennedy
Foot Street School will re-open on
Monday. All beginners arc requested
to be present.
Tin: evidence in the case McKcaguc
v. Neisser was concluded yesterday.
The aygument of counsel is be heard
A partial eclipse of the sun occurs
to-morrow ; it is invisible in Hono
lulu. Where was the Gazette
Foun olllces to let, well
and ventilated over the I. X. L.
store, , corner Nuuanu and Queen
streets. 091 tf
Maui wants to arrange a rille
match with Honolulu, six or eight
men in each team and the match to
take place about June 11th.
Hon. John Cummins reports that
the floods at Waimanalo are subsid
ing, and he hopes, in three days to
have all the water drained off his
Ouit report of yesterday's Police
Court proceedings gave a Chinaman
a sentence of twelve months for
disorderly conduct. He only re
ceived twelve hours.
Tin: Academic School for girls
under the charge of Mrs. Geo. "Wal
lace No. 100 Nuuanu Avenue will
rc-open for the summer term on
Monday next, tho 28th inst.
It h rumored that Captain J. II.
Hubrou will bo appointed to the
House of Nobles vice Mr. Sam Mal
kai, appointment' withheld.
Tin: first drive over the new road,
from Million street lo the P. M. S. K.
Go's dock-, was made yosteidny
afternoon by Boaidof Health agent
.1. II. Brown.
Piu:ston Davis, when called for
in the Police Court this morning on
the charge of selling liquor without a
license, made no appearance. It is
rumored that he left by the Kalakaua.
The sureties for his bond of $500
are Kaikala and John li.
Mrcssns Lyons and Levey hold
their regular cash sale to-morrow
morning. Among the special at
tractions are a large book case,
Chines matting, salmon, No. 1 and
2 sugar and the chcsiuit marc Romp
William Taylor, one of the two
young men recently sentenced for
breaking into the Keystone saloon,
escaped this morning from the
dredge where ho was at work. A
search was made and resulted in his
being found in the coal locker on
board the Birmnh.
Mn. J. II. Paty offers' a reward
for the conviction of the person who
entered his Waikiki residence, about
ten days ago, and appropriated a
considerable portion of his household
effects. The efforts of the police, in
discovering' the offender, have
hitherto been of no avale.
Tin: following candidates are men
tioned for the position of Sergeant-at-Arms
during the session of the
Legislature. Prince Albert Kunuia
kea, Mr. W. Halstead, and Mr. S.
Nolein. For the position of
secretary the running seems to be
confined to Mr. E. A. Pierce .and
Mr. L. Thurston.
A ih:w chum amateur Walker has
arrived. He starts for the top of
Punchbowl with all the life and
energy acquired in a cool climate,
despising the offer of "a lift" in a
common cart. In about six months,
if "new chum" live so long in Hono
lulu, his energy will be somewhat
Tun Alameda brought, among
other things, some gentlemen's fur
nishing goods for Messrs Tregloan
and Atwater. They comprise, socks,
collars, handkerchiefs, shirts, under
ware of all qualities, suspenders,
neckties, cuffs, in fact everything
that one can 'require. The new
goods arc now open and ready for
4 Mu. John D. Spreckels made a
presentation, this morning, on be
half of a few San Francisco folks, to
Mr. P. C. Jones, Jr. After an ap
propriate speech Mr. Spreckels
handed to Mr. Jones a handsome
copy of the new Salvation Army
book, entitled "Words of Consola
tion." Mr. Jones made a suitable
reply and 'begged Mr. Spreckels to
convey his thanks to his friends in
A family brought up in Honolulu,
and accustomed to a partial poi diet,
has been for a good part of a year
past residing in California. The
head of the famiby, who still lives
here, sent them a bag of taro flour a
short time ago, with directions how
to convert it into poi. Their report
by the last mail was, that they were
feasting on poi as good as any the'
had ever eaten in Honolulu.
A sailor named "William Knip,
belonging to the Birmali, deserted
on Saturday night but was caught
on the following morning. Since
Sunday he has been induced to re
main outboard by the application of
iorns. It is usual, even if it ho not
legal, for the captain of a vessel to
report to the police, through' his
consul, any cases of desertion, and
for the deserters, when captured, to
be detained at the Station House
until tho departure of the vessel.
K. P. Adams t. W.. G. Rolnnil,
Thomas Sorrcnson garmisliec, as
sumpsit for $1)3.15. Judgment for
plaintiff in amount claimed with
All "Wm v. All Chew and Ah Wai,
trespass, damages $200, continued
to 1st Inst.
II. Mclntyrc & Bro. v. C. Mating,
assumpsit for $33, continued to
Loo Ting v. Linn Tun;s Yim,
action on promissory nolo for S0,
continued to 28th Inst.
This Day. t
Sam Uohrlpy, violating express
rule 2J, by standing on Merchant
street, was remanded lo 25th Inst.
Jim Wallace, violating express
rule G, by being drunk, was found
guilty and his license was cancelled.
Ma Kai, opium in his possession,
lined $75 and sentenced to a month's
Preston Davis, selling liquor with
out a license, was called three times
but did not appear. The sureties,
Kaikala and John li, in the bond)
were colled in the usual form but
made no appearance. The matter
was ordered to stand till 30th Inst.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
The United-States demands S-100,-000
indemnity from Ilayti 'for
American losses during. the riots of
Tilden's literary bureau is again
in full blast. Colonel Bob IngcrsoH
in an interview in New York reviews
the Presidential situation, ho prefers
Justice Harlan of the Supreme Court
for the Presidency.
Strikes are prevalent on the Con
tinent: there is great distress among
'British seamen owing to the depres
sion in shipping interest. Anew army
bill has created great alarm among
the French middle classes. The
Cuban insurrectionists are gaining in
numbers : several outrages have been
committed by them. The Canadian
Government refuses to sanction the
bill to prevent the immigration of
Chinese into British Columbia. The
Cuban filibusters have destroyed four
plantations. & ,
London, April 7th. Gladstone
made a powerful spcecli in the Com
mons to-day in support of the Fran-
'chise bill. He said it was a good
thing for the State that the largest
number of capable citizens should
possess the franchise. He defended
the extension of the franchise in
Ireland as an act of right and justice.
He announced that the British naval
commanders had been ordered to
oppose any attempt of the Portu
guese to extend their occupation of
the Congo beyond Ambriez.
Tin: British Government presented
the sloop Alert to the United States
Government. The Alert has been
built especially for Arctic , service,
and as there was no such vessel in
our navy the present was very accep
table for the Greely relief expedi
tion. The Alert is' daily expected
at New York, whdrc, as it is custo
mary, she will undergo some over
hauling, and in this instance with
some show of necessity. She was
built in 185G and has been fourteen
and one-half yeai-s in commission,
and has not received now boilers
since 1875. In September, 1882,
she was paid off, and it was the in
tention of the British Admiralty to
have her repaired. These repairs
may now be done by our Govern
ment, with the chances of complet
ing the same by about May, 1900.
The House "refused to suspend the
rules and pass the bill restoring the
duty of 18G7 on wool.
In the House Glascock introduced
a memorial from the California Legis
lature asking the speedy passage of
the Chinese Restriction bill.
A resolution declaring it unwise
for the present Congress to reduce
the tax on spirits was adopted by
A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
UOO.M, in a piivatc family, Milt
able for man and wife, with use of
Kitchen if desired. Apply 121 King
Street. 01)1 lw
170R GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apnjy
? to MRS. TURNER. B2Klu Stieet,
neaily opposilo tliu Winbor Uoataur.uit,
Oi'O ly l
MONEY TO X.OAN
TN SUMS TO SLJIT, ETC. I NQU I HE
X OF J. WILLIAMS.
102 Fort Street
A WOMAN to net ns Family Gov
ernes in a retired plnoo in the
country, who could also teach a small
in English, part of the day. A good
home and leasonahlo wuues guaranteed.
AtlilresH jVIi'i). K. Rycroft, at tho residence
of M, P. Rohinsou Nuuanu Valley.
Offlco Sun't Water Works.
Honolulu, July 3, 1882.
ALL poisons having Water Privileges
are notified that their Water Rates
arc payable semi-annually, in ndvnnce,
at tho office of the Superintendent of
Water WorkB, foot of Nuuanu street,
upon tho 1st day of January and July of
each year. OH AH. B.' WlLSON,
Bup't AN ator Woiks
8. K. Kaai, Minister of Interior. 204
Oceanic Steamship Conrry.
-mm the magnificent
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will have Honolulu and San
PinnoKco on the
1st and 15th of Each Month.
I'ABsr.Ndr.itn may have their naiiK".
hooked in advance by applying at the
olllee of the agents.
Passengers by this line arc hereby no
tilled that they will bo allowed 250 lbs
of bnggago fieo by the Overland Rail
way, when traveling East.
Excursion Fickols (or hound Trip, $125,
good to lcturn by any of the Company's
Steamers within ninety days.
Mkiichandisi: intended for shipment
by this lino will be received free of
charge in the Company's Now "Ware
house and icccipts issued for same.
Insuiianck on mcrohnndlse, whilst in
the wai chouse, will be at owner's risk.
Wm. Q. Ihwin & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
Steam Navigation Company's
'iLINiS OF fSTEAMEKS.
UATKs, . . . Commander,
Will run lcgularly for Kona and Knu
Leaves Honolulu at 4 r.M. on
Friday, April 4 Tuesday, May 27
Tuesday, ' 15 Friday, June (1
Friday, " 25 Tuesday, '.' 17
Tuesday, May 0 Friday, " 27
Friday, " 10
Akiuves at Honolulu autS p.m.
Friday, $ April 11 Tuesday, .Tune S
iTiiesduy, " 22 Fiiday, " K!
Friday, May 2 Tuesday, " 21
Tuesday, " 13 Fiidav, July 1
Fiiday, " 23
CAMEitoN, - - - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu ovory Tuesday
at fi p.m., for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Eleele,
and Wnimca, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawiliwili every Saturday evening.
The Jaraes Makee,
kueeman, - - Commander
Leaves Honolulu every Thursday
at $5 p.m. for Kapaa and Kilauca. Re
turning, leaves Kauai every Tuesday at
4 p'in., and touching at Wainnc, both
The C. R. Bishop,
davis, .... Commander.
Loaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 4 p.m. for Kukuihaele, Ilonokna and
Paauhau. Returning arrives at Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahaina, Maa
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, Ka
waibae, Laupahoehoo and Hilo.
Returning, will touch at all the
alove ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Saturday afternoon.
FOR HILO DIRECT.
The Clipper Schooner
Nesson, - - - Master,
Will run regularly between Honolulu,
and Hilo. For freight or passage apply
to the Captain on board, or to the
Pacific Navigation Co.,
0-11 8m Cor. Nuuanu & Queen sis.
THE FAST SAILING
will run regularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to .
.Pacific Navigation Co.,
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
H. Cavcnagh, n a Proprietor.
MEA1LS rtggfe aiBAiS
Cook'd to oi d'r sS" At all hours.
Oysters, Coleiy, Salmon, and Fruit
Received by every steamer. C01
EX I.ATIS AllltlVAI.S,
T'SS 13h.xi-c1h, XVcnIi
215 A. S. OLEGHPUN & CO.
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
No. 71 Hotel tt. Telephono 74.
MY HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam engines, suirnr mills, boil
crs, coolers; iron, brass and lead cast
ings; macliiuery oi every ueacnpwun
made to order. Particular attention paid
to ship's black smithing. Job work exe
cutcd at short notice. 1
Govkunou's Okfiob. Hono
hVLV, Sept. 24, 188a
NOTICE Is hereby given that nodobts
contracted on behalf of tho Ha
waiian bund will be recognized or paid
unlesB oidered by the undersigned.
Jno. O. Dominis,
Governor of Oaliu.
Best Manila Cigars
051 lm b A. S. OLKGI10UN & Co.
CiuiiilellJ.s IS'ow JSloclc, 91urIiaii Street,
Telephone, IW. 1'. O. Uo.s, UIO.
Tt 'JE! .A JT ., 13 !4 T .A. rX 3K .A. te ITS TV T,
Employment Agent, Custom House Broker,
Firo and Life Insurance Agent,
and General Business Agent
The only (leiirial HuMur-ts Agent in the Hawaiian IslmuK
080 ly Ordeis of Every Kind and Nature Solicited from the Vaiious Islands.
P. O. Box 207.
No. G7 and Gi Hotel
A Full Assoitment of
Hiehnrds & Bobbins' Canned Goods,
Boned Chicken, Boned Turkey, and Potted Meats.
Celebrated Starr and Dupee Hams.
Som-etiing- New !
New England Self-Raising: Buckwheat Flour!
in a lb. packages GIVE IT A TRIAL.
Kooils Hold liOv, ami Delivered JFree of Cluujie to till liartH of oily.
DULDTGHAJK & Go.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Dillingham Steel Plows, Fence Who, Staples,
Kerosene Oil, House Furnishing Goods, Lamp
SILVER PLATED WARE, ice, S.C., &c. C52
READY FOR FURNISHING HOUSES.
Lambrequins, Cornices and Picture Frames
OF EVEIIY DESCIlirTION MADE TOgOIlDEK.
105 & 107 Fort Street, Honolulu, H. I.
5S?" Island Ordors will receive Prompt and Careful Attention. (10(1 3m b
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 77 ami Si
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
All orders for Whcol-vehicles of every description tilled with promptness and
dispatch. FiiRt-'chiss Mechanics employed all the year round.
JB- FINE CAKllIAGrE WORK A SPECIAXTY. -a
Nothing too hot or too heavy for us. TRAM CARS, OMNIBUSSES, PLANTA
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX CARTS, made to order, altered or rcpaiied.
Our Horse Shoeing" Department
Is under the supervision of a practical man a mechanic second to none. Wo
have no use for soaking scalds or r'ot tubs. All work guaranteed.
"Charges moderate. WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
408 ly 70. 77 and 81 King Street.
A Hew Firm
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG Lcnvo
lo inform the Public nrnl their
Friends that they have opened a Black
smith and Wagon Shop
No. 32 King Street
belowMnunakea where Uipy aie prepuml
nnd Wagons on tho Hhoilest Notiro
and Reasonable terms.
N. II, Our llojiio Shoeing depaitment
i-, not under the Supervision of hlied
men, but we do tho woik ourselves.
Our motto guarantee lo give Satisfaction,
invo us a call.
081 ant NEWCASTLE & SAGAR.
(Successor to C.--P. Ward.)
All order for cartugo piomptly at.
tended to, at the hiweot intes. Also for
White and Black Hand
in quantities to suit, at lowest prices.
A Full Assortment
American Groceries !
245 A. S, CLEGIIORN & CO.
Telephone No. 210.
77 and 81
Horso Shoeing a specialty
A first-class man being specially engaged
for that work.
Ship and Wagon work faithfully
Shop on tho Esplanade, op. Hopper's.204
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERS'
. and all whom it may concern.
errrmm Tho undersigned having
fflHifeteftjimndo alterations, additions,
'sijraMfand improvements in his
MdnfflU HOiO FACTORY,
Is now piepared to givo
The Highest Cash Value
for any qunntity of
And will furnish containers for tho same
free of cost to tiny one who may desire. '
TIIOS. W. KAWIiINS,
Honolulu Soap Works.
Olllco in Brick Building,
King street, Lclco, 4831)'