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I'll! DAY, MAY 2, 1884.
SUN, MOON AND SEA,
All time from noon of to-day.
Sun Sots (5 2(1.
Sun Rises , 17 27.
Moon Sets 13 OH.
High Tide (large) 11 00.
High Tide (small ) 23 00.
W1SD AND WEATlIEIt
Itcoonl Irom noon of yestpirtny:
Jtel'iw'.! Tlieunometer Itnln.
At SOU l0 CM
I Hi I nil I .'2li 2li i oh I8h io ish
I 30.03 I S0.lt .10.14 II TH I 70S I (,(0 0.00
Wind, X.U., fipsli; "ky, lino; Pea, sinootli.
OCEANIC S. S. GO.
l'Olt tN t'UANll-CO.
Alameda. . . .Loaves Honolulu. May. 1st.
Marlpnin . . . .Lu.ivea Honolulu, May Kith
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO..
hOli AUf'Kl..Nl) AND iUDNr.V:
City ot Sydney On May 17
kou pan niANrisco.
Stmr Australia May 11
Diamond Head. May 2. I) p.m.
Light N.E. wind.
Stmr Lcluia 20 miles off Dim'cl Il'd
Bk Elsinoro from Departure Bay
Schr Rob Roy from Koolnu
Schr kaukcaonli from Kohnla
Schr Marion from Maliko
Stmr Kinau from windward ports
Stmr Planter from windward ports
Stmr Mokolii from Koolau
Bk D C Murray from S F.
Stmr Jna Makcefor Waianac S: Kauai
Schr Jennie for Kilauoa
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Lcalu for Koholalelc
From windward ports per Kinau
April 2 Rev. Bishap Wills. E Style,
F P Hastings, R Rycroff, Akona,
Miss E Parke, Miss Needham, Miss
L N P Kanealii, T Theodore, Miss
Namalinaalua, J N Van Gicscn and
wife & 97 deck.
Foi Kauai per Jas Makce, Ma; 2
Mr G Dole and 8 children.
From windward ports per Planter
May 2 J. E. Ward wife 2 sons & 2
Daughters, Chas. llintzc & 33 deck.
The bark Elsinorc, Capt. Jenks, 30
days from Departure Bay, arrived yes
terday with 102G tons of coal to Allen ,
The Dora Bluhui.saiis on Sunday, the
Eureka on Tuesday, and the W. II.
Dimond on Wednesday or Thursday.
Schr Rob Roy brought 4(10 bags of
rice from Koolau.
The wheel gear that was lost not long
ago, which belonged to the 3 mud-oars,
that ran off the scow into the bay. was
recovered this morning by P.ilahu and
Mr. J. Dorau formerly mate of the
bark Hope, has been succeed by sir. A.
Sinclair formerly' 2nd mate.
Kinau hi ought 140 sheep.
Mokolii bioughl 157 b.igs bUgtir, 485
bags lice anp 31 hides.
Stmr Planter brought 3910 bags of
sugar, 40 bags of Coffee, 51 bags of awa,
59 bags of hides and 143 pkgs Sundries.
Schr Kaulkeaouli brought 2JO0 bags
of sugar fiom Kohala. .
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Roojis to let, at No. 3 Kukui
street. 700 lw
Gojd bracelet has
Call on H. J. Nolte.
The scholars attending St. Albans
College had a holiday lo-day.
. - .
Mr. E. P. Adams will hold his
regular cash sale to-morrow.!
Look at our last page for another
installment of "Straight in the
His Excellency R. M. Daggett
visited the Legislative ' Assembly
Black Walnut Polo Cornices, till
complete and very cheap, at King
Bros. . 702 St.
The two breast "pins lost yester
day, were returned to the owner this
Mr. P. Opfergelt has beeu ad
mitted a partner in the firm of Ed.
Hoffschlaeger & Co.
ii i. 9 ' i
, American silver was sold yester
day, for shipment by the Alameda,
at a premium of; G per cent.
.- - '
Tun social at the Bethel last even
ing was well attended, and a very
pleasant evening was passed. .
v"Fouu olllces to let, well
and ventilated over tho I. X. L.
store, corner Nutianu and Queen
streets. 001 tf
TnE' n8Pcct of"irnPm Fails has
. , . . . , fl , ,
changed since the hist flood, and, on
the whole, it may he considered more
A dividend of 85 per share is pay
able to stockholders of Paia Plan
tation at ihr- oflleo of Messrs. Castle
'f hk Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will hold their regular
monthly meeting Saturday evening,
May 3rd, at the residence of Judge
Austin, Nuimnu Valley Road.
The paragraph in yesterday's
Bijlixtin slating that the Corona
tion accounts had been paid was in
correct, several of them have not
A prominent feature of the Fire
Department procession was the Re
formatory School Band, whose per
formance was deserving of all praise
and a credit to the community.
. ... .
For a few days a very line por
trait, colored crayon, executed by
a Grecian artist, of New York, of
the late Hon. E. O. Hall, may be
seen at Lycan & Go's.
A scientist, in this city, says that
sounds passing along the telephone
wires are liable to drop from one
wire to another, the same as magne
tic sparks. This may account for a
percentage of the mistakes that are
Tiiuin: is a growing fashion
amongst our hoodlums of jostling
Chinamen. Other species of annoy
ance are also practiced. As long as
the Chinese arc legally tolerated here
they must be protected. An ex
ample should be made without any
Viknxa. Easter Citron Buns is
something new at F. Horns, Hotel
street. The first batch will be ready
for consumption to-morrow after
noon, at 5 o'clock, and the second on
the Sunday morning following. No
doubt those to be furnished to the
public will be equally good, and will
be as much in demand as were the
hot cross buns on Good Friday.
Tiiure is an incipient cobbler's
shop starting on the sidewalk of
Maunakea street. Chinese of course.
The proprietor of this business works
on one box, and has his establish
ment on another, and -no one dare
pass within range of his needle.
This thing had better be suppressed
at once before he puts up another
box and roofs the whole concern in.
Onk of our conspicuous under
takers, recently sent an emplo3'C to
Koolau with two coffins, lead and
Koa respectively, to superintend the
obsequies of a native. The employe
becoming intoxicated with the wild
mountain freedom of the place, got
one step further and became intox
icated in reality, meanwhile the dear
departed was patiently awaiting
embalment, and suffering by the
delay, ' the telephone did its duty,
however, and ho was finally tinned
up by the boss himself, there is a
vacancy in that undertaker's shop
THE HONOLULU FIRE BRIGADE
Held their annual parade to-day.
They assembled at the square. oppo
site the Hall of Mechanic Engine
No. 2, and commenced its march
headed by the Band. The , whole
precession was a sight well worth
seeing. The engines being in a state
of effective splendor that only con
tinual care and labor could have
kept them, and harmonized well
with the appearance of the men. The
procession took the route previously
indicated. The Hook and Ladder
Co.'a room was adorned with a vo
cally spread table, to which all
guests were courteously invited.
The usual patriotic and loyal toasts
were given and responded to speeches
by the Hon. Aholo, Vice-President
and others were made and duly
acknowledged. The whole affair
went off in tho meat satisfactory
The Fire Department is an institu
tion of which Hawaiians may well
be proud. Long may they wave and
little may they have to do.
THE BARRATRY TRIAL.
J. W. Cook, II. Ilanloy, J, Swan
and M. Boylan were brought up on
charge of barratry, of the schooner
Kapiolani. Several parties testified
to having sold stores and shipped
freight on tho said schooner, amongst
'the things sold vrero n ciinrt W
iiundrcint. John Collnim stntcd
(ittadrant. John Collnim stated
that he and two olhcr.s wore owners
of tho schooner. lie valued her at
1200 to $1500. Cook was master
of her, she ran to Pearl River and
occasionally to Waianae. She was
lo leave on Friday morning last, for
Pearl River. Saw Cook last Thurs
day, told him not to go till next
morning. Next morning, came
down between G and 7 o'clock, and
found the schooner gone. Cook had
no authority to go beyond Pearl
River, without consulting mc, cross
examined, Mr. Colburn staled that
Cook received one half of the gross
earnings of the vessel and had to
find tho crew.
D. Dayton stated that he Was sent
in the steamer C. R. Bishop willi a
warrant for the arrest of Cook.
Boylan and Swan said they were
J. W. Cook stated that ho was
master of the Kapiolani, and sailed
the schooner on shares to come and
go as he chose, went seeking freight,
intended to go to Ewa first then to
Kauai. Swan asked him to stand to
the southward for a day being asked
why he said, I expect we will fall in
with a brig from the Coast, I will
give $10 to whoever sights her first,
told Swan, ,that if he stopped out
much longer ' there would be a
Hawaiian man-of-war after him,
still kept going South, could not help
it. No wind all night, and Sunday
morning a steamciv came up with
us, hove the schooner lo and were
arrested by the Sheriff.
Hanlon's testimony was corrobora
tive of the others.
Swan stated that he had chartered
the vessel for a week for $40 telling
Cook that he had a scheme in view
which he could not work not knowing
navigation. He brought the instru
ments on board, was told by Cook
to he ready to go at any minute as
Colburn had been after him (Cook).
The rest of his evidence was much
the same as the others.
Hart's testimony was unimportant.
Frank Lewis. I was with Cook
in the Kapiolani and Cook asked me
how I would like to go to the South
Seas, and expressed his intention of
stealing the schooner, and going to
the South Seas with rice and provi
sions, I was only in the vessel one
Defendants were committed for
trial to the Supreme Court.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
One day's later news was received
by the W. II. Dimond, by courtesy
of J. M. Oat & Co.
April 15. War in Touquin.
The French fleet has anchored in
Amoy, for the purpose of securing
the payment of their war indemnity.
The capture of Iloang Ho has
virtually ended the campaign in
Tonquin, it is supposed that the
French demands will be very heavy.
The throne of England, so splen
did when covered with silk velvet
and gold, is, in fact, only an "old
oak chair" over six hundred years
in use for the same purpose. Its
existence has been traced back to
the days of Edward I. The wood
is very hard and solid. The back
and sides were formerly painted in
various colors, and the seat is made
of a rough-looking sandstone twenty
six inches in length, seventeen inches
in breadth and nineteen and a half
in thickness, and in this stone lies
the grand peculiarity of the chair.
Numberless legends arc told in con
nection with it, the truth probably
being that it was originally taken
from Ireland to Scotland, and served
at tho coronation of the early Scot
tish kings.' English Paper,
Choice Havana Cigars.
A SMALL CONSIGNMENT of tho
above just received direct fiom
HAVANA for sale by
LYONS & LEVEY,
098 lw Beaver Block.
A SMALL comfortable
i! room Cot-
tame on King street, adjoining T.
It. Rawlins' residence, near Liliha st.,
to lent, $20 mouth. Furniture through
out for sale. A good homo for a small
family. Apply at once to
J. B. WISH MAN,
099 lw General 11 usincss Agout.
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Corner King and Xuuanu BtrooK
Fresh Grocorlesuiud Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P, 0, Box 130, Tolcphone 349.
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'?.! 'I'M P. M.WJAMrif'HN'T
iiicv. and Elegant Mti-aiiwhlp.s
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu and San
Fianchco on the
1st and 16th of Each Month.
Passenuuib may have their name
booked in advance by applying at the
ofllce of the agents.
Passengers by this line are hereby uo
tiflrd thatlhoy will be allowed 2C0 lbs
of baggage fiee by the Ovcilnnd Rail'
way, when traveling East.
Excursion rickets tor Round Trtp, $125,
good to lotmn by nny of the Company's
Steamers within ninety days.
Meuohanmhn intended for shipment
by this line" will be received fico of
charge in tile Company's New Ware
house and lecoipls issued for same.
lNBUitANcn on incrohniidibc, win 1st in
the warehouse, will be at ownei's risk.
tWr. G. InwiN & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
WIX.11JK,F; s. H. CO.
fep-,St earner Kinau,
alJlSaiSsi; King, Commander,
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
i p.m., touching at Lahaina, Maa
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukoua, Ka
walhao, Laupahoehoo and Hilo.
Returning, will touch at all the
alovo ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Satuulay afternoon.
Steam Navigation Company's
ONES OF STEAJIJraitN.
date's - Commander,
Will run lcgul uly for Kona and Kau
Lkavjjs Honolulu at 4 p.m. ox
Friday, Apiil !
Tuesday, ' 15
Tuesday, May 0
Friday, "' 10
Arrives at Honolulu' at 5 r.at
Friday, B Apiil 11
Tuesday, " 22
Friday, Mny 2
Tuesday, " 13
Friduv, " 2tf
camehon, - - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Eleele,
and Wulnica, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawiliwili every Saturday evening.
The James Makee,
ntUKMAX, - - - Commander
Leaves Honolulu every Thursday
at o p.m. for Kapaa and Kilauea. Re
turning, leaves Kauai every Tuesday at
4 p-m., and touching at Wajnae, both
The C. B. Bishop.,
uavis, .... Commander.
Loaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 4 p.m. for Kukui haele, Honokaa and
Paauhau. Returning nirivcs.at Honolulu
evi-ry Sunday morning.
FOR HILO DIRECT.
The Clipper Schooner
Nesion, - Mabtor,
"Will run legularly between Honolulu,
and Hilo. For freight or passage apply
lo the Captain on board, or to tue
Pacific Navigation' Co.,
(i'41 :im Cor. Nuuanu & Queen sts.
THE FAST SAILING
will run regularly
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. Cavenagh, a o Propriolor.
SIEJlIi ttefe MEAX8
Cook,dtoord,r'At all hours.
Oysters, Celery, Salmon, and Fruit
Received by every steamer. 001
KX IiATi: AlUUV.lT.S,
VCi Utir-x-elfJ, irrch
215 A. S. CLEQIIORN & CO.
F. HORN, Practical Confeotionor,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
No. 11 Hotel Bt. Telephone; 74.
5(rj HONOLULU , IRON "WORKS,
SkaBtcam engine, sugar mills, boil,
era. coolers: iron, brass and lead cast
ings) machinery ot every description
made to order. Particular attention paid
to ship's black jnmtlung. Joi worK exe.
cntctl at short notice. 1
GovintNOH's Ofi-iok, Hono-
lulu, Sept. 21, 1883. f
NOTICE is lieieby given that no debts
commoted on behalf of tho Ha
waiian bund will bo recognuod or paid
unless ordi-rod by the undersigned.
.Tno. O. Do.minis,
Governor of Oalni.
Best Manila Cigars
0.11 lm b A. S. OLEGI10HN & Co.
el. IE. WHS
C'miilnw Fvov ISloolt, 3Aorlmii Sfvoof.
Telephone, 112. P. O. Hon, 31f.
J;3JuJ, JJrB:VrJ?3S AGENT,
Employment Agent, Custom House Broker,
Firo and Life Insuranco Agent,
and General BuBlnoss Agent
The only General Business Agent in the Hawaiian Islands.
OSO ly Onfers of Every Kind and Nnture Solicited from the Various Islands.
1'. O. o 2I)T.
No. 07 mid (SO ITolol Street
Just Received per Alameda
A Full A-sortnui.l of
Staple an! Fancy Grprios anil Provisions
Kit-hards & Bobbins' Cauuod Good-.,
Honed Chicken, Boned Tin key
New England Soll-Kuising' Buckwheat Flour!
in i) It), packages GIVE IT A TRIAL.
noil-i Wold Ijnv, unit elivej''cl I'rei of Cliarjie to nil liurfH of city.
BILLHf GrHAffl & Co.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
DillinghainStcel Plows. Fence Wne, Staples,
Kerosene Oil, House Furnishing Goods, Lamp
SILVER PLATED WARE, &c., &.C., tec. 052
READY FOR FURNISHING HOUSES.
OF EVEKY DKM3IUPTI0N
1 05 & 107. Fori Street,
2g island Oideis will receive PiompL
Pioneer Carriage. Manufactory,
iV " ) &. ' 1
75, 77 and 81
WHITMAN & WEIGHT,
(l-rttlc Sx. .T, HOSJ3.)
All orders for Wheel-vchiclcs of every description filled with promptness and
dispatch. Firnt-clab3 Mechanics employed all the year round.
JUST FINE CAJIRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY, -a
'Nothing too hot or too heavy for us. TRAM CARS, OMNIRUSSES, PLANTA
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX CARTS, made to order, altered or repaired.
Our Horse Shoeing Department
Is under the supervision of a practical man a mechanic second to nor.". Wo
have no imo for soaking bcalds or lot tubs. All work guaranteed.
BC!hirgo moderate. WHITMAN & WRIUI1T,
108 ly 75. 77 mid 81 King Street.
si Sew Fin-
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED REG Leave
i to inform the Piillk- and their
FiientU that they have opcim' n Black
mit!i ii utl Wagon Shop ,
No. 32 King Street
below Mauuakcn whcicthey aiepri-p.iicd
to Make mid Repainil) kindnof t'aningc
;mil Wagon on the Shout t Notico
aiitl Reasonable li-min.
X. 11. Our JIoim Shoiiug dt p.ulinciil
U not under the Supem-iion of liiicd
men, hut we do the work oiium-lvis.
Ourmottoguaiiinleeto give SntWlnctioii,
give us a cull.
1581 3m REWOASTLE & SAGA R,
(Successor lo C. P. Ward.)
All oider for cartage promptly at
tended to, at the lowest rate-. Alt-o for
White anil Jllnok Kuiul
In nuantilR-s lo Milt, at lownU price-.
A Full Assortment
American Groceries !
215 A. B. OLEGIIORN & CO,
Telephone No. 210.
and Potted Meat".
and Picture Frames
Honolulu, H. T.
and C.ueful Attention. GOO ilm h
75, 77 ami 81
GENU HAL BLACKSMITHS.
Ilorjo Shoeing a specialty
A flrst-ohths man being bpccinlly engaged
for that work.
Ship and Wagon work faithfully
Shop on the Esplnnadc( op. IIopper's.204
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIEES
and all whom it may concern.
Tin- undersigned having
made altciations, additions,
and improvements in Jus
SO A I? FA4TOKY. .
i. now piepared to give
Tho Highest Cash Value
for any quantity of
And will furnibh containers for tho same
fit-e of cost to any one who may desire.
T1IOS. W. KAWIjTOS,.
Honolulu Soap Works.
Olllce in Brick Building,
King street, Lelco, 488 ly
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