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FRIDAY, MAY tt, 1884.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noon of to-day, May !)
Sun Seta C 20.
Sim Else 17 21.
Moon Rises li 35.
High Tide ( large) I -10.
High Title (small ) 10 .10.
WIND AKI WT.ATIir.U
Hrcoril lrom noon of yesterday
At"fcrcai?u'ol Tlicunomcter Hnln.
I iii '"i nil I s'ili li aii l nh 1 i8h to lsu
I 30.07 I 30.13 I 30.21 70O 7-JS C8S 0.10
Wind, X.l., brlikj sky, hussy villi vain J
Hon, linivy swell.
OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
KOU SAN KUANC19CO.
Mariposa. . . .Leaves Honolulu, Mny lfith
Alnmi;iln. . . .Leaves Honolulu. June lt.
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
KOll AUCKLAND AND SVDNKY:
Olty of Sydney On May 17
rou sax nnxoiBCo.
Stmr Australia May 11
Diamond Head, May !, 3 p.m
Slvong N.E. wind.
Stmr Mokolii from Koolnu
Bk Abbic Carver from N. Y.
Stmr Lchua from Molokai & Maui
' Schr "Mile Morris from Koolnu
Stmr Jas Makeo for Kauai
Schr Kekauluohi for Hanalei
Schr Pohoiki for Puna
Schr Emma for Ilceia
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai
Schr Rainbow for Koolnu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bk Hope for Port Townsond
Schr Kuka for Kohaln
Stmr. Mokolii brought 150 bugs 'of
sugar, and S00 bags of rice from KcJolau.
She sails ibis p.m. for Molokai and will
The cargo of the Kitsap has been
bought by Messrs. Allen & Robinson.
The" freight office of the Inter Island
Steam Navigation Co. on the company's
wharf is being enlarged.
When the Elsinore airivod at San
Francisco after her long voyage from
Honolulu, Captain Jcnks was presented
with a cake, for making the longest
voyage ever made between Honolulu
and San Francisco, and also a very large
and delicious cake from the lady passen
gers. On his rrrival at this port Mr. J
M Oat Jr., presented htm with another
The bk Abbic Carver arrived this
afternoon, 139 days from "New York.
She was towed in by the James Makee.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Every thing in our line cheap.
708 St. Kikg Bros.
EAsrer Citron Buns to be had at
Horn's to-morrow and Sunday.
A brass dope key has been found,
and can be seen at the Police Station.
The approach to Smith's bridge,
on' the Nuuanu side is reported to be
in want of repair.
A scREXAiHXG party last night
consisting of a violin and sundry
guitars was rather good.
The new Honolulu directories are
expected to arrive in the course of'
1,0 days, per sailing vessel.
Four olfices to let, well lighted
and ventilated over the I. X. L.
store, corner Nuuanu and Queen
streets. 691 tf
Tun quotation yesterday of Dr.
Hutchinson's sugar being sold at
9J cents was a mistake, it should
have been 5J cents.
The partnership heretofore exist
ing between Messrs Treglonn and
Atwater has been mutually dis
solved. Mr. Atwater retires.
The treasure (8100,000,) which
arrived per Mariposa yesterday, was
safely transferee! to the Government
building in charge of Capt. Marcos.
The amount realised
was 51,748. A large
at tho fair
checks nnd season tickets have not,
however, been paid up, it is thought
this will bring it up to $2,000.
Mr. A. B. Spreckcls has been
elected a delegato from the fifth dis
trict San Francisco, to the Republi
can convention hhortly to bo held on
The Honolulu Iron "Works will
close tit 12 to-nWrow, in accordance
with the notico already issued. This
is a most judicious step, which wo
liopc will find many followers.
A scratch match will bo played
to-day, between the Married Melt's
team and the Honolulu team.
A bam. in connection with the fair
will be given at the Music Hall next
Thursday. Tickets will be $2.50,
and the holder of a ticket is entitled
to take Indies free. Ladies dresses
must hi' of some light colored ma
terial. The now steamer Oregon of the
Guion line, arrived at New York
from Quccnstown April 2Gtli in the
quick time of six days, ten hours
and ten minutes, the fastest lime on
record. The daily runs were -M0
miles. 4G0. -155. '170, 1G9, 472 nnd
A most brutal case of cruelty to
animals was seen ycrterday, an
express load of taro driven by three
Chinamen, who too lazy to got out,
took it in turns to beat the unfor
tunate, panting apology for a horse,
who could scarcely have drawn the
empty express. There was some
thing inhuman about this.
Kai.awaia, the man charged with
having stolen the propeity from J.
II. Paty's house at "Waikiki, was this
morning sentenced to' a years impri
sonment and a line of 50. The
strongest evidence was an old pair
of pants which had been re-seated,
which were found upon the prisoner,
and which Mr. Paty identified as
his. The pants looked as though
they needed re-seating all over, and
when the enterprising attorney for
the defense proposed that Mr. Paty
should put them on, to see if they
fitted, his proposition was not re
ceived with enthusiasm by Mr. Paty.
The prisoner staled that he bought
the pants of Mr. Mellfs in" the same
condition that they now are, re-seat
and all. Mr. Mollis, however, re
pudiates the idea of his keeping a
second hand clothing store.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play in Emma
Square, this evening, at 7:30. The
following is tho programme :
March Fearless and True Unrath
O venture Berlin Life Conrad i
Gavotte Stephanie Czibulka
Selection Ernani Verdi
Ballet Music Gustavo Auber
Echo Piece Ka Ilea a Hiku. . . .Berger
Dance Styrian Kclcr Bcla
Aloha Oe! Hawaii Ponoi.
We quite agree with our evening
contemporary in his remarks and
quotations on the above subject.
Without doubt no other instrument
can supply the place of the organ.
It is justly termed the "king of in
struments." There are others, how
ever, that mny be used to advantage
for example, the cornet, violin,
viola, flute, trombone, violoncello;
but why attempt to enumerate them.
Let everything that makes music be
used for praising the Lord. The
organ is grand and powerful, and
furnishes a great body of sound ; but
its tones have not the penetrating
quality that characterizes these other
instruments. Their clear, distinct
utterances inspire confidence while
they control the voices of the people.
The antipathy that is sometimes
shown toward these and other in
struments not customarily found in
churches is groundless.
In the GermanTrotestant Churches
the method which has been found to
be productive of the best results, is
in having the organist play the
melody of a tune with the right
hand on the great organ, using the
loud stops, while the lelt hand plays
the middle parts of the harmony on
the swell organ, and the bass is of
course played on the pedals. By
this means, a f commanding promi
nence is given to the'melody ; it can
be distinctly heard all over the
church. There is a growing sonti
ment in favor of using instruments
in company with tho organ. When
it shall have become universal, con
gregational singing will bo even
grander and more popular than at
present, and many of the evils from
which our church music now Buffers
will have been eradicated.
The superintendents of the various
life saving stations in the United
Stales have been instructed to fur
nish, for scientific purposes, samples
of the so-called "singing sands"
wherever found. These sands get
their mtme from tho peculiar sound,,
resembling somewhat the barking of
a dog, which ihcy give forth when
walked upon or disturbed in any
way. This property is possessed
only by dry sand found between the
water line and extreme high tide
marks along the sea cost and the
shores of the great lakes. Already
twenty-six samples of this class of
sand have been received, indicating
its existence in as many different lo
calities in this country. Heretofore
these singing beaches have only been
known to exist in two places, one in
this country and the other in Europe.
iV. Y. Herald.
Tho Hawaiian Islands are not to
be cast in the shade in this manner.
The Island of Kauai boasts of two
such deposits, one at Koloa and the
other at Wniniea. The latter es
pecially gives forth a distinct bark
ing sound when trodden upon or
when slapped between the hands.
Sliding upon the sand causes it to
give forth a sound like distant
They arc locally known as the
ri&A TO kET at tho ELEGANTLY
tRSffiwtfSS FURNISHED LODGiNG
6&ii5S HOUSE known as the
118 Nuuanu Avenue, above Bcietania
Street, a so, home COTTAGE ROOMS.
Apply on the premises to
705 lm Mrs. J . T. W II ITEPropi 1 etores.
Co. Partnership Notice.
TnE UNDERSIGNED have this day
formed a Partnership in Laupn.
hoehoe, Hawaii, for the purpose of
carying on a gcncinl Merchandise Store
under the name of J. D. Eraser is Co.
J. D. PHASER.
E. W. BARNARD.
May 1st, 1881. 701 Ht
N CONSIDERATION of the urgent
request of our employes, we beg
to give notice that on and nfter May 10th
1881, the Honolulu Iron Works Co. will
cloe their Works on Saturdays at 12
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Honolulu, May :5id, 184. 70tlv
Cottage to Let and Furniture
COTTAGE ON PALACE WALK near
Punchbowl street, contains fi Rooms
and Bath. Furniture complete through
out. Rent ot premise $15 Furniture
to sell (cost) $350.
Apply 10 J. E. WISEMAN, .
707 Iw General Business Agent.
PROM AND AFTER THIS DATE,
No .Licensed Hacks
will be permitted to occupy the
in the front or rear of the
Without written permission fiom
Manager of said Hotel.
Jgr All hacks violating this rule, o'po.
cially after 10 o'clock, will be prosecuted
GEO. II. FASSETT,
Honolulu, May 1, 1S81. 701 lm
f;j-f3TP HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
jgJggSfflSteam engines, sugar mills, boil,
er.s, 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
cuted at short notice. 1
BUILDING LOT 200ft x 100ft
VERY DESIRABLE BUILDING
LOT 200 x 100. on the corner ol
Pcnsaeola and Luualilo sircets, being
central in its location, having a com
manding view. And both fenced and
watered. Making it a very line lot for.
a family residence.
Apply to Jam us A. Ki:nvi:uy,
at the Honolulu Iron WoiRs.
Driving Mare for Sale.
TN CONSEQUENCE of Mr. W. P.
X Toler leaving this Kingdom, I have
been authorized to sull hi beautiful
GRAY MAKE "LUCY." Those wlib
(lwircti good loadstor or a llun Family
Hiiro should apply without delay to
J. E WfSEMVN, .
7011 2w Gcncial Uiioincts Agent.
ONE SIDE of that beautiful Olllce
now occupied entire-by J. E.
Wiseman in tint Campbell Block, Mer
chaut street, with select olllce Furniture,
Apply to J . E. WISI3MA3T.
011 t General UuhIup-s Agent.
Capital 0,000,000 llolchsmarks.
THE undersigned, having been up
pointed agent of tho above Company
for tho Hawaiian Islands, is prepared to
accept risks, against Fire, on Buildings ,
Furniture, Merchandise, Produce, Sugar
Mills etc., on tho most Favornhlo Tcrnib
Losses Promptly Adjustou" and Payablo In
070 lvh at Wilder & Co's.
Oceanic Steamship Comp'y.
Hew ami Elegant Steamships
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu and San
Fnuiclsco on tile
1st and 15 th of Each Month.
pAssENiir.us may have their iminrs
booked in advance by applying at the
olllce of the agents.
Passengers by this line are hereby no
tified that they will be allowed 250 lbs
of baggage free by tho Overland Rail
way, wlicn traveling East.
Excursion Fickots for Round Trip, $125,
good to ictuin by any of the Company's
Planners within ninety days.
MmiciiANDisu intended for shipment
by this line will be received free of
charge in the Company's New Waic
house and receipts issued for same.
Iksuraxcu on merchandise, whilst in
the warehouse, wiU bo at owner's risk.
Wm. G. Imvix & Co.,
Agents, O. S. 8. Co.
WILDER'S S. S. CO.
&gli$ King, Commander,
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahaina, Mnn
laea Bay, Maketia, Mnliukona, Ka
waihae, Laupahouhoe and Hllo.
Returning, will touch at all tho
alove ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Satunlay afternoon. .
Steam Navigation Company's
EiIK OF STEAMERS.
hates, - . . Commander,
Will run reguhuly for Kona and Kau :
Leaves Honolulu at 4 p.m. on
Friday, April 4 Tuesday,
Tuesday, " 15 Friday,
Friday, " 25 Tuesday,
Tuesday, May 0 Friday,
jjriuay, " iu
Aiuuves at Honolulu at 5 p.m.
Friday, gApiil 111
Tuesday, " 22"
Friday, May 2
Tuesday, " IS
Fiiiluv, " 2.1
Loaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 p.m., for Isawiliwili, Koloa, Eleclc,
and Waimca, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawiliwili every Salmday evening.
The James Makee,
fm:i:man, - - - Commander
Leaves Honolulu every Thursday
at 3 p.m. for Kapaa and Kilauea. Re
turning, leaves Kauai eTery Tuesday at
4 p-m., and touching at Wainae, both
The' C. E. Bishop,
davis, .... Commander.
Loaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at -1 p.m. for Kukuihaelc, flonokaa and
Paauhiiu. Returning arrives rtt Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The favorite bgtne
, W. G. Irwin
Turner, - Master,
Will have quick dispatch-for the above
port. For lreight or passage apply to
Wm. G. Iiiwin & Co., Agents.
FOR IIILO DIRECT.
The Clipper Schooner
Nesson, - - - Master,
Will run regularly between Honolulu,
and Ililo. For freight or passage apply
to the Captain on board, or to the
Pacific Navigation Co.,
011 3m Cor. Nuuanu & Queen sts.
THE FAST BAILING
will run icgularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
Pacific Navigation Co.,
. r r-r i Hi
Havo a Largo Stock of the
YEEY BEST HAY.
Which is offered at Lowest Market Prices
Delivered Free to any part of lite City
AGENTS FOS THE
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co
Agents for tho Hoover Tolephone.
Commissioner of Dcedsfor California
Telephone No. 117. 700
Cavonagli, n Propriotor..
.UEAIiS $t8ffiZ& MKA1
Cook'dtooid'r'SSAt all hour
Oysters, Celery, Salmon, and Fruit
Received by every steamer.
GoVUltJiOll'S Ol'TIOK, Hono-,)
i.ui.u, Sept. 24, lfi88. J
XI OTICE Is lieicuy given ihat nodohts
i-N contracted on behalf of the Ha
waiian Imnd will be recognized or paid
unless ordered by the undersigned.
.Two. O. Dominis,
Governor of Oahu.
J. E. WflSEEVaAS
Oninilell"w IVew- JiJloelc,
XEIA.X-1 ESTATE AGENT,
Employment Agent, CuBtom Houbo Broker,
. Fire and Life Insurance Agont,
and General Business Agont
The only Gcuuint lliifclncs Agont in tlic Hawaiian Island.
GS0 ly Orders of Every Kind and Nnturc Solicited from the Various iBlnuds.
P. O. Hon 2117.
No. 07 nnd 09 Hotel Street
Just Received per
Full Oysters, Fresh Gal. Salmon, k,
And a full line of Fresh Cal- & Eastern Groceries.
Pea Meal, Bean Meal, Maize, &c, &c.
4Jooitw Wold low, and IoHverel Vrvo of (Hiiu'rc o all parts ol'cHy.
BILLIHGEAM & Co.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Hardware, Agricultural Iniplerneuts,
Dillingham Steel Plows. Fence Wire, Staples, ,
Kerosene Oil, House Furnishing Goods, Lamp
READY P0R FURNISHING HOUSES.
op Evr.uv DnacmiTiox
105 & 107 Fort Street,
JST Island Orders will receive Piompt
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75,-77 and 81
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(T-.u,t o 31. .T. TIOS23.)
aiders for Wheel-vohiclcs of every description tilled with promptness and
dispatch. First-class ..Mechanics employed all the year round.
BST PINE CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY, -a
Nothing too hot or too hcaw for us. Tit AM CAMS, OMNIBUSSES, PLANT A.
'HON WAGONS, MULE As OX CAItTS, niado to order, altered or repaired.
Our Horse Shoeing' Department
Is under the supervision of a practical man a mechanic second to nor.e. Wo
have no use for soaking scalds or rot tubs. All work guaranteed.
E01iare;c4 moderate. WHITMAN & WEIGHT,
108 ly 7fi. 77 nnd 81 Kinc Street.
ill Firm A
THE UNDHnSlONED BEG Leave
to' inform tin Put lie and their
Friends that they have opened a Black'
smith 'and "Wagon Shop
No. 32 King Street
below .Maunakea when1 tliev a e nreimi c 1
lo Makoand Hepairall kim oiTnui'ige-.
and Wagons on the ShoiH' I No'ire
and He.iMiuabli' terms.
8. B. Our lloi'-u .Shoeing dcpailini'iit
U not under tho SjupcrvUion of liiiod
men, but we do the work ourselves.
Ourmottogunianteoto give Satisfaction,
give ns a call.
081 3m RE WOASTLE & SAG A It.
(Successor lo C. P. Ward.)
All ordors for cartage jnompily at.
tended to. at the lowest rates. Ao for
White unit JtlacU Mnml
iu quuiililii'G to euit, at lowest prlrcs.
F. HORN, Practical Confoctionoi,
Pastry Uoolc and Baker.
No. 71 Ilotol st. Telephone 74.
WWITjtf MUiU . HI f .H gHfffg
. 1 . , . . . t JSIcrdmnl Stveci,
i o. iio.v, :nr.
Telephone No. 210.
Mariposa, May 8,
WARE - ,
(Src, &.c., &c.
and Picture Frames
Honolulu, H. I.
and Careful Attention. (10(1 3m h
75, 77 and 81
Horso Shoeing a bpecialty
A llrsLclnRsmnn being specinlly engaged
for that work.
Ship and Wagon work faith fully
Shop on the Esplanade, op, Hopper'8.204
TO BTJTCHEES, GKAZIERS
and all whom it may concern.
jTp-jr.-r..iw The undeisigned having
giljjNplgXMinndo altcratloiis, additions,
fiSa4Maiid improvements in his
yjsMr SOAP FACTORY,
is now prepared to give
The Ilig-hest Casli Value
for any quantity 'of
Ami will furnish containers for tlioamt;
free of cost to any one- who may desire,
T1IOH. W. KAWOXS,
Honolulu Soap Works.
Olllce in Brick Building,
JCinjrHtrcot, Leleo. 483 ly