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WKON'KSDAY, MAlK'II I, 1880.
SUN, MOON AMD SEA.
All lime from noon of lo-tlnv, Mar. I.
Sun Solo 0 ii.
Sun Rl'es IS 17.
MuouRNcs I) 17.
HlghTldu (large) 7 :tO.
High Tide (Hiimll) 20 00.
WIMl ASI WIAT1ICK
Itecoul fiom noun (it joatouliiy
aW&wl. Thc.mom.tw K.I.,.
I 4ii I nit I 2:11 ti ':i I tni I isiiiitobii
I 29.'j; 30 U3 I SU.02 M o (JT meofpO
Wind, S. V. light; Sky, nap; Sea, inodrrnti.
m.i MIJiJJUMJ.. UIWWW lHWIII
Stmr WcitniMinlo from Walmaualo
Stuir XV G Hall for Windward PoiU
IJKlnc Jliuy Wliiklcmnii for Kalmliil
Sclir Catcrhm for ll-m-dci
VESSELS LEAViUG T0-M0RR0W.
Stmr Wntiiiannlo for AVnlinanalo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Rgttip .t D Spicckrls. Tills
Qr Bk Meteor, 0.isen
BkCcvlon. Hat stow
Bk C 0 Whltinorc. Callionu
Whaler Andrew Hlnks
For N'awillwlll, Liliuc, Kolo.i and Wul
men, per l'lantcr, Xareh II G Mundon,
G N Wilcox, Louis Tltcomb, Mls Kn
lulmakalli, Henry Buitlenian, L K Kapa
huilima, Miss C.irisshua Erncsibcrger,
JBlneklc, Mrs E IJonkc.
Stmr Walinanalo brought COO lings of
This Andicw Hicks is in the stream.
The .T. D. Spmckcls is docked at the
OSS wharf. She will piobably dl this
The Meteor 'w 111 llnlshed discharging
Tliu stmr Molcolii was due yesterday
and the Iwalanl to-day.
The M'tiy Winkchnan sailed this a m
for Kahului with M21 bags of sugar,
valued at 29,1:10.20.
On making inquires as to why the tug
Aleit did not tow out tho Foicst Queen
yestcrday,or the Maiy Wlnkelinan to-day,
It was ascertained that the Aleit has not
yet been aeeepicd by the Government,
and furtheimoic she wontashoie at La
lml na during her voyage from San Fran
cisco to this port, and will have to go on
the Murine Hallway to elfect repairs.
. LOCAL & GENERAL MEWS.
Tjie wind is still south.
Sneak thieves arc round.
Farewell, President Arthur.
Aloha, President Cleveland.
Ir your milk is stolen, lay wait
for the thieves.
Is your house still -without Harden
An Italian brewer has made a
clock entirely of bread.
- ... .o
" Ladies would do well to call nt
Sachs' store during this week.
was arrested this
morning for being a
No meeting of the Honolulu Stock
and Bond Exchange was held this
Latest foreign news will be found
on our first page, and Farm and
Home on the fourth.
Yr.STEUDAY, His Ex. Gov. J. O.
Dominis celebrated the fifty-third
nnnivcisary of his birth.
Mns. A. M. Mollis, Miss E. Sachs
and others leave by the W. G. Hall
to-day to visit the Volcano.
His Ex. the Minister of Finance,
Consul Irwin, General Van Burcn
and Jules Tavcrnler left by the Kinau
"Wam. pockets, paper racks, letter
racks, hat and clothes racks, orna
mental and cheap, at King Bros.'
Art Store. 9G0 3t
Mn, D. D. Baldwin, Inspcctor
Gencial of Schools, left by the Kinau
yesterday to inspect the Government
schools on Hawaii.
A Liintex service will bo held at
St. Andiews Cathedral this evening
at 7.110 o'clock, with an address by
Kov. George Wallace.
At Foit Street Church this even
ing the annual meeting of the mem
bers will be held. ReportH, will bo
read and oflicers elected.
The icgular monthly meeting of
Piotcction Hook & Lauder Co. No.
1 will be held this evening at 7.30
o'clock, at the usual place.
Tin: Roller Coaster at Central
Park was in great demand agaih last
evening. It will bo running Satur
day afternoons, and every night
throughout the week except Wednesday.
Auctioneer Levey did not sell llio
billiard tables nt the Blue House llih
morning, llieio being no bid. Tlmj
will bo put tip njinln next week some
Mit. Cleior, inniinger of the llit.
m:tin olllco, will be absent, on n
vacation for a shoit time, leaving
with the party for the Volcano Ibis
Tut monthly concert at the Bethel
Union Chinch takes place this even
ing. Subject, .Inpan. After the
concert, a meeting will be liejd for
the adoption of l ules, and the elec
tion of trustees.
A TrroaitAviucAt. error yesterday
made us stale that the Morning Star
was 190 days out from Boston. It
.should have been 110. The ship
ping boy of the 'Tiatr, in correcting
us, makes a sad exhibition of the
Tiiuui: h a great difference in tbo
way the two Telephone Co.'s trim
trees to make room for their lines.
One company slushes away and cuts
off the blanches anyhow, while the
other is particularly careful not to
disllgure the trees.
Tin: Hawaiian Gazette Company
having accepted u charter of Incor
poration, has adopted its by laws
and elected the following oflicers:
Piesidcnt and Editor, Alatati T.
Atkinson; Treasurer and Manager,
Hobcrt Grieve ; Secretary and Audi
tor, Lonin A. Thurston.
Tin: 1'luntcr's Monthly for March
is out, and is an exceedingly inter
esting and valuable number. Mr.
Lorrin A. Thurston is acting editor
in the place of Mr. W. O. Smith,
who is in California. Hereafter the
Monthly will be issued about the
middle of each month.
F. P. Ko.ucamj, the native who
unsuccessfully contested the late
Mrs. Bishop's will, died rather sud
denly at his lcsidcncc, Nuuanu Val
ley, day before ycstcrda3'. He is a
descendant of Kanmualii, the great
chief of Kauai. For some time past
be has been the keeper of the Royal
Mausoleum, Nuuanu Valley.
At the annual meeting of the
shareholders of the Intcr-lslnnd
Steam Navigation Company, held at
their oflicc 3'csterday, the following
oflicers were elected for the ensuing
year: President, T. R. Foster;
Vice-President, XV. B. Godfrey;
Secretary, J. Ena, Jr. ; Treasurer,
XV. II. McLean; Auditor, G. N.
In the Police Court this inorning,
two drunks forfeited bail of SO each.
Jas. Spencer, for furious and heed
less driving, was fined So and costs.
C. Tripp, for assault and battery on
a Chinaman, Ah Hing, was remand
ed until to-morrow. A young boy,
Kealc, for truancy, was remanded
until moved on. Mauwalo forfeit
ed bail of 10 for disorderly conduct
Yesterday some corrections made
in our local and cditoiial proofs
were bungled in the metal. This
morning the Guide muck-rake gels
one of the resulting blunders, but
its operator makes a mistake of his
own in the attempt lo reproduce n
perfectly correct local item of ours.
The "daily dodger" has no fcntuiu
stronger in any issue than its literal
freaks, as witness half-a-dozen or so
Lyons & Levey will hold their
regular cash sale to-morrow morning
at their salesroom at 10 o'clock.
Amongst other things they will sell
dry goods, household furnituro, mat
ting and rope, and, by order of A.
S. Cleghorn & Co., a quantity of
merchandise, being the same dis
trained from the premises of S. B.
Stoddard, Waihee, for non-payment
At Ihe close of the lectin c in Foit
Street Church last evening, Princi
pal Merritt announced that the
amount realized from tickets was
8220. He called for further assist
ance from the audience, and after a
little effoit the following subsciip
tions were obtained: S25 each
from Col. Saxe, Prof. Mciritt, Mrs.
Cooke, and Judge McCully; 810
each fiom Mrs. Lack, Mr. Williams,
Capt. Green, Dr. Hyde, Mr. W. W.
Hall, and Rev. Mr. Cruzan. Tho
realization for tho Oabu College Ll
biary, of the evening, was, there
The nnmiftl mooting of the stock
holders of the Honolulu Ice Works
lias been postponed until Monday
morning, March fltli, at 10 o'clock.
Tnr. rcgulnr mooting oT the Tins
tecs of the Honolulu Library and
Heading Kooni Association will bo
held at the Library Hall to-monow
(Thursday) oveningat 7:110 o'clock.
Tins morning at Bicwcr & Co.'s
atore, there was a largo utlendancc,
when the familiar and well propor
tioned form of Auctioneer Adams
mounted the stand for the purpose
of olfering at auction a large and
varied stock of goods. The Chinese
furniture sold particularly well and
brought good prices. His Majesty
the King was present. The sale
realized about $5,000.
St'i:.UJiNo of hard times tlite
morning, a well-informed gentleman
told us that in the next three and
four months :i large number of
Chinamen will leave these shores,
they being unable to make n living
here. Even the Chinamen who have
obtained a living from vegetable
gardens, in many instances, mo
obliged to go into the banana busi
ness to make both ends meet.
An oltl native woman named Moo
peli was brought up in the Police
Court this morning, chaigcd with
disorderly conduct. One look at
her disclosed that she was in an ad
vanced stage of leprosy, and Justice
Bickcrton ordered her to be remov
ed at once to tho leper receiving
station. It appears that she was
out on probation, but certainly had
no right to bo living in the town in
such a state.
Yesterday in the Supicmo Court
at Chambers bclbro tho Chief Jus
tice, in the matter of bankruptcy of
Chas. Williams, Kukuihaelo, claims
lo the amount of $10,813. 135 wcie
proved. Mr. W. C. Paike was
elected assignee. The continued
case of Kanmualii et al. vs. C. J.
Fishel, was further heard and dis
puted accounts have been rcf cried
lo AY. R. Aufctin, Master in Chan
cery. Charlie the lookout occupied his
new quarters on Diamond Head this
morning. Superintendent John Cas-
sidy moved the telephone from the
old building, and as soon as he had
fixed it in the new one, rung us up,
and said the position of the building
was much belter. The lookout could
see light to Barber's Point, and
also a long way past Coco Head.
The only disadvantage was that the
inside of the haibor could not be
seen, but that really is not necessary.
Mr. John Kidwell, proprietor of
the Honolulu Nursery, who re
sides out on Berctania Street, had
his house broken into Monday morn
ing about 0 o'clock. He was in
town nt the lime and returning home
an hour later found the door open.
The thief or thieves obtained admit
lance through a window which was
left partly opened. Mr. Kidwell
misses a failver watch and chain, and
three shirts. His wiiting desk had
been pietty well rilled. He thinks
the guilty parties arc natives who
watched their opportunity. This is
the second time this year hia house
has been broken into.
Mr. Z. K. Myers, the well-known
manager of the California Produce
and Piovision Co., Hotel street,
leaves Honolulu Ajuil 1st, to assume
the management of that company in
San Francisco. Mr. Myers finds
that the fruit for this market needs
tho personal attention of someone
who understands the place, there
fore, his experience here will enable
him lo send just what is wanted in
that line. He will also engage in
the commission business, and has al
ready many orders. Mr. Myers has
made liiauj friends here by his
promptness and obliging disposition,
and his depai lure will bo regretted.
Mr. Henry Davis, formerly with
Dodge, Sweeuoy & Co., San Fran
cisco, but iceciitly with M. Grin
baiiin & Co., succeeds Mr. Mycis as
malinger in this city.
An audience numbering about four
hundred and fifty of couise the
most respectable that Honolulu could
pi oduce gathered in Fort Street
Church last night, to hear the Rev.
Robert McKcnzic, of San Fiamisco,
lecture upon '"Traits of Scottish
Beginning in a plcnMiit convcr
taltonnl tone, which wm kupt up in
the main tTirmighonl, the lecturer
said that at a remote period In the
pail a family started enslw.ud fiotu
Central Asia and found ils way to
the Sandwich Islands. Another
family starting westward settled in
the northwest pails of tho Diltisji
Islands. Scotland was small about
half of it could bo sten fiom one
point on Ben Lomond but it played
an important pnit in Ihe world's
history. From tho days of Pliny
stoiics had been told and .songs
Ming, about Scotland. She was
noted for certain peculiarities. Franco
had the lily, England the rose,
Ireland tho shamrock, and Scotland
had for national emblem tho thistle.
The Scotch people arc notably ingen
ious, industrious, thiifty, clannish,
and the greatest wanderers on the
face of the earth. He had never
been anywhete but there was one
Scotchman there. No man was
ashamed of being a Scotchman, and
usually thoso having about onc-tonlh
of Scotch blood in 'them were the
pioudcst of it. Scotchmen had no
reason to complain of the ticatment
given thorn by the woild. Climate
hud much lo do with the Scottish
characteiistics. Spring and summer
come in Scotland like the roses to
the thorns. So brief were those
seasons that the harvest may hinge
upon a single day in sowing and
planting time, lie that would live in
Scotland must obcyt her first com
mand, " Thou shalt work," and the
question .iskc'd of the .juvenile
Scot, by tho minister or friend, is
always, "What arc you going to be,
uiv man?" Interest in tho girls
ccnties in the problems of whether
they arc going to be married, and
how many children they are going
to have. A young man asking a
man for his daughter was in the old
en time asked to submit to the or
deal of making candles out of p'mcy
stumps. Bayaid Taylor, the ti livel
ier, said thcie were no beggars in
Scotland, and Ihe lecturer's expeii
encc was that Scotchmen and Tews
were the only nationalities who were
not found in tho aimy of tramps.
Three almost infallible tegts were
available for testing whether any
mendicant or other character was a
Scotchman. Could he give tho an
swer to the first question in the
Shorter Catechism, "What is the
chief end of inan'r" Could he re
peat the 2JJrd Psalm ? Did ho speak
Gaelic? Tho second command in
the Scotch code was, ' ' What you
are going to do, do it promptly."
The advantage to his countrymen of.
being trained to implicit obedience
lo this command the lecturer illus
trated by an ilem of his own experi
ence in Chicago, wheie he astonish-
cd, and won the confidence of, his
employers by the unprecedented
ccleiity with which he executed an
errand. Give boys the best educa
tion and most ample business train
ing, baid the lecturer, but it is of no
use unless you teach them to do
things promptly. He related an
anecdote of the great Dr. Chalmers
in this connection. The Doctor was
exacting in the extreme, in requiring
punctuality of his household upon
every occasion. One morning he
was seated with the family for wor
ship, but a domestic was not on
lime. To anticipate his scolding,
however, tliu servant girl, up
on entering tho room, began
at once lo state that she
had had a wonderful dream.
Asked to l elate it, she said she
had dreamed her master was
dead, and at the hour appointed for
the fiincial the pieparationa were
behindhand. In the midst of tho
bustle of getting ready for the (obse
quies, a knocking was heard within
the collln, and the deceased diwnp's
voice was heaid crying, ''Tho clock's
hlruck twelve, and ye're no lifting
yet!" Scotchmen were ingenious,
because one must mix brains with
the soil in Scotland to get a living.
For tho same reason they were eco
nomical. In Scotland a man would
bo hanged for wasting a third of the
crop, as li dono in California, in
gathering it. Tho economical phase
of character was illustuitcd by many
amusing anecdotes, as that of the
woman buying medicine, who baid
to the druggist, svs he carefully
weighed out component pails of tliu
prescription, " Yo needn't be so
stingy with it-, it's for a poor father
less child." The lovo of home was
n picpouderatiiifj chninclcrlslto of
tho Scotch, bom of their long winter
and deep snows, which bound them
down lo their own firesides. Amuse
ments that elsewhere had been
degraded to vice were enjoyed with
innocence in Scotland. Tholccluier
had danced with his mother to the
' best muslo in tho world the
bagpipes," which he wanted to
attend him through life and
follow him to the jrrae. Scotch
men were no better than other peo
ple, but they had u strong anchor
down in the. bottoms of their tiatuie,
and that was the memories of their
childhood. Their characteristics
were burned into them by the fires
of persecution. Battle fields and
tho graves of martyrs showed them
in childhood that their fathers had
died for their opinions, and tlicy
thercforo felt that nothing was more
itnpoitant than independence of
character. This wa3 tho cause of
their being split up into an endless
number of religious seels. They
were superstitious, but that was on
ly an evidence of their deep reli
gious fcclingi Superstition! was bad,
and it was infamous to instil the fear
of ghosts in childicn's minds, but
ho would miich rathei have people
superstitious than ,bc filled with that
empty scepticism that sees nothing
divine in nature. Another fault the
Scotch had was their extreme re
serve, which made them suppress
their natural affections. Akin to
this was their indisposition to con
fess, by word or deed, their ignor
ance of anything. ' ' Can you play
the fiddle?" "I don't know,"
answers the canny Scot, "I have
never tried." It was the easiest
thing in the world to manage a
Scotchman if you only knew how.
Ho must be compelled lo go against
his will if it is necessary that he
should go. The lecturer closed with
a pathetic reference to tbe fact that
the waves of oblivion were fast pass
ing over the Celtic race.
MR. W. O. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over HUliop& Co.'s
Bank, and will be happy to attend
to anv business cutiuted to his cue.
o. J. McCarthy,
THE ASTOR HOUSE
70 Hotel Street.
Hn- just received, per Alameda, the fob
lowing choice, brands of
American Cigars !
Beauiy's Bower, Henry Clay,
Sampler, Stud. Crane, Western Bello
La belle California Las Ninfus,
Full Moon. Snow Diop,
1ST TIicfo Cig!rs, are manufactured
from tho choicest of American and IL
Conic atxcl try tliem I
WENNER & CO.
02 l'OUT HTRBBT,
Have on hand Xuw Foicigu and Homo
Watches, Bracolols, Necklets,
Pins, Lookots, Clocks,
Ail Ornaments of nil l:iiu!..
Silver and Gold Plate.
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Sets
Suitable for Presentation.
Itasrnvlni? anil Xa(lo Jmv Iry
, A Specialty.
Repairing in alt s branches.
22J Sole Agents for King's Eye Proscrvors.
A Small Lot of Etia Quality
In Half Han els.
For Sale, In Bond or duly paid, by
M. S. GRINBAUM & Co.,
Oltlm Queen Street,
Mjf&tk. .. ... W-1
AI'URE, WHOLESOME. HE
According to the highest and beat medi
Manufactory, : ; : No. 13 Llllhn St.'
P. O. Box, 370. Telephone, 281.
J8QTA11 orders receive prompt attention.
Honolulu, Jan. 11. 18S.).
C ll. HKHOLlI, r.-Mi,
Agint Maoutnlc it Vrlma Snfc.
ll I wlih orciu plMMirc that
I add my teMlmony to the Fire-Proof
qualities of your Safoi.
I had n small sluglu deor Mucuenla &
Uibau Suf in last night's tcrrlblu m,
and, on opening thu some thii morning,
found its content' consisting of books,
papers, and money to tlm amount of
$l(M0-IN PBKFERT CONDITION.
I am so well satisfied with the result
that 1 want another No. a Safo nt once.
GEO. M. UAUPP,
020 Gcrnmnia Market.
c d. rnnr.Tn.
w. c. TEACOOK
ifiVopfll Rr PoaPHplr
J- tCUlI Ji J. OCUjUIjJYi
2'.i TCv.iiniiii Wtrcel.
ito:oi.uiAr, ii. i.
WIHE & SPIRIT
OFFER FOR SALE
At the Lowest llnrket Rates
Geo Goulet Champagne, pints & quarts.
ChasFarro " "
Carlton Fiero " " "
Fine Old California Brandy, In hulk,
Pure Virginia White Ryo Whiskey,
Budweiser Lager Beer, pints and quarts
"A largo mid well selected stock of
&.C., &c., &c,
Always ou hand and for sale at prices
that defy competition. Country ordars
Eoliciteti. All goods guaianteed.
P. O. Box SCO.
rJ"MIE Undersigned Proprietor of tho
mwm mm cam factory
desires to inform hhpatiousandthcpub
He generally llmt notwithstanding tho
recent DISASTROUS FIRE, has erected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a much more Extensive Scale which
is now in Full Oi'ek.vtio.v, and which
will be in complete working order by an
Eaily Arrival of new Machinery and
Tools; and is now again prcpated jto
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
and will always havu on hand hia doll,
eious Fresh Jl.ido
VANILLA. CHOCOLATE CREAMS,
RICH NUGAT IN BAIIS,
SDOAR ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of great variety oft
Gum Drops, arid Gum Fruit
Of all descriptions.. All those Homo
Made Fieh and Pure Confections, I sell
at SO centb PER POUND.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of the Finest Flavor, in all sizea alwayi
on hand and oinamcutcd in the
most artistic style.
IWCEN'OaS PIES !
alwjys ficih, an also
Home Made Mince Meat,
for sale at GO cents per pound.
Will receive per Connuolo tho balance
of my new machinery of the newest do.
glens tor mauufacturini! nil deccrintlong
of plain Candies; thanking the public
for preioulj liberal patronage and bo.
iicuiug a continuance oi same.
Prnctlcal Confectioner and Pastry Cook.
tiik old stand. 71 Hotel stiect
P. O, Box JNTo. 7B;. . . ..Telephone No. 74
LABNE & CO.
Havo a Largo Stock of tho
VERY BEST HAY.
Which is offered at Low est Market Pricou
Dolivored Froe fo any part of the City
AGENTS FOS THE
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Agents for tho Hoover Telephone.
Telephone :No. H7.