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FRIDAY, MARCH 0, 1880.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All ttnio from noon of to-day, Mar. 0.
SitnSet. n G.
Suit Kliuft 18 111.
Moon Klf.cs 10 :il).
IllgliTlilu (lnr,ie) 8 00.
High Tiau (small) 20 30.
WIND AMI WnATJU'.n
Ucoord from nuun of yuitoidny
I 41) I li I Silt Oh I Ml I lSli I tnlSIi '
I 3J.92 2I.M S'l.TOl! 8J 073 l)10 u.W I
Wlu J, W. light J Sky, cloudy ;Scn, in .derate. I
, , ARRIVALS.
Ss'.tr Jcniils Walker from Fanning Is
Hark Hope front Port Tovuijund
Stmr O It Ills-hop from Kauai
Sclir Emma from Koohui
Bclir Milk: Morris from La mil
t tun- Moko'H from Windward Ports
Am sclir .las-A Hamilton from S 1
Bk D C Murray from Now Castle, X S W
Bgtne J D Sprcokels for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
Ktmr Mokolll for Windward Ports
Stmr C 11 Bishop for Uahu and ICiutal
Sclir Mil o Slorr s for f.anal
S-'hr Nettle Merrill for Lnhaina
J-lktno Amulia for Port Townscnd
Bk Ceylon for s unii. mo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Or Ilk Meteor, (J issen
Bk Ceylon, IJu stow
Bk C O Whltinorc, Calhoun
Ship Melrose, .
Whaler Andrew Ilinks
Bktuu W IJ Uinion.1, lloudlett
Bktnc Euicku, Lee
Am sclir .las A Hamilton, Ryder
Bk Hope, Pcuhallow
From Kauai and way ports, per O It
Bishop, March (I (Japt J W llattluld, U
M Iiuiibitn. .T L Rlcli.it (Non, ,r II Put-,,
Major Wruughion, S W Barnes, uud 23
Sclir Emilia btoiightluCO hags biigar.
The hktne Amo la was lowu ed lioui
tlie Marine Itallwny this murulug.
Messi'M 11 ackf elds' steam scow was
employed tins morning in taking the
sugar brought by the Mokolll out to the
Stmr Mokolll brought C30 lags of
BUgar, 10 head ot cattle, 1 horse, 73
sheep, IfiO sheep skins mid -10 hides.
Sa had bad weather.
Sclir Mlllu Morris brought 170 sheep
Stmr C It Bishop brought 1328 bags
of sugar. Sue will sail to-morrow at 8
a M for Wulanac, Waialua, Kilauea and
Sclir Nettle Merrill brought 1230 bags
Four whalers wore telephoned off
port tills uiorulng.
The J D Sprecuels sailed tills v M for
San Fraucisco, with 7,GS0 bags of sugar,
valued at S40,',S0..(i.
The whaler Jacob A Ilowland arrived
off port last evening, 8"J days lroiu San
The bark Ceylon, Captain Barstow,
cleared this morning at the Custom
House for Xanaluio, Ji. 0., in ballast.
She has I ecu bought by Mr Allen ot
Aden & Itobiuson, tor a linn in San
FraucNco. Sh sails to-morrow.
Tue bark Mope, Captain I'eiihallow,
airivecl this uiorulng, !U days ront Port
Tawu-end, with 4iW,041 feel ot tough
lumber, 1.0,000 feet ot surfaced lumber,
10,000 pickets, -10 in laths, 130 m shingle:
and 200 sks of oats, to Letters X. CooUe.
The Am schooner .fas A- Hamilton
ni rived this morning, 13 diys from San
FraucNeo, and docked near the Fish
Market.- She ill sail on or about Tues
day next for the Arctic as tender to the
whaler Heirlmait now due.
The stmr Jas Makeo Is expected to
arrive to-morrow morning.
Tne schooner Jennie Walker, Captain
Holland, lelt Honolulu Feb Otli for Fa li
nings Nland, first night laid becalmed
off Diamond Head, next morning a light
trade wind sprung up. When live days
out and 100 ml es off Fauuings Island
got b calmed for 'M hours, had heavy
cross sea from the south waid. Feb 1 tli
sighted Fauuings Island about 10 miles
ott, laid off all i iglit,' thick and rainy
weather, uont into the harbor, on the
loth left again for Washington, oil the
following day rrived there, the next
niorulug. tlie ISth, took In 111)0 bags or
cobra, and received about 00 native
wont n and clii dreu to be returned to
F.i nines Island. Left Washington
Felt 20th at S r m for Fauuiugs Island,
arrived there on the 22nd, sail, d for
H-inolulii on the-' ith at i v 31, experi
enced heavy trades and head sea, up to
M'trclt 3id when off the Island of Ha
waii was becalmed for two i.avs. Made
L-inal yesterday, from theio to port W
N W winds, ui lived off Honolulu at &
a m. Passenger-: G IJ Greig, Jr., Mr B
Andeison, Thomas Dayling, wife and
LOCAL & GENERAL 'NEWS.
The ro'ler coaster will be running
Tiicnn will bo music at the skating
rink this evening.
Tiiuitu has been plenty of rain on
Kauai during tlie past few days.
The steam tug Alert was hauled
up on the Murine Railway this noon.
Youno people's prayer meeting at
the Bethel Union Church this even
ing. Tut: Mutual Telephone Co, is
having a line of posts erected out to
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give its usi'.al concert at Emma
Square to-morrow afternoon at 4 :30
o'clock. The programme embraces
Beven entirely now beleclious.
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Mifiiouta imc) surgery In ludlfi, '
nnrt other selections on our flrU
and fourth pages.
Mn. Attains held. his regular cash
sale this uiorulng, n large quantity
of assorted goods being sold.
Tun adjourned annual meeting of
thu Honolulu Ice Works will ho held
nt the olllee of Wilder & Co., on
Monday nt 10 a. ji.
At Koolau, the other (tide of this
Island, they had seven hours of
steady ruin on Tuesdny, and yes
terday four hours moie.
A l'ottTcarjEsi: woman living at
Kilaiicn, ICntini, had her arm para
lyzed Ivy lightning during the thun
derstorm the early part of this week.
Tut, bark Ceylon has been bought
by Mr. R. C. Allen for putties in
California. Thu price is private.
She sails on Saturday for Nannimo.
Wall pockets, paper racks, lelter
racks, lint and clothes racks, orna
mental and cheap, at King Bros.'
Art Store. 9G0 3t
A mekt.iko of the hacknien i3
called for this evening at the house
of Engine Co. No. 2, at 7 :30 o'clock,
for the purpose of organization.
A meeting- of Polynesian Encamp
ment, I. O. O. P., will be held this
evening nt 7:30, when a full attend
ance is requested. Business, 2d
A special Lenten service will be
held in St. Andrew's Cathedral this
evening at 7:30 o'clock. The
Bjsbop will deliver an address 'on
"The Repentance of Judas."
The trustees of the Honolulu
Library and Reading Room Assoc!
ation held their regular meeting last
evening, Dr. Hyde in the chair. The
ordinary routine business was trans
acted. The Managing Committee of the
Royal Hawaiian Agricultural Society
held a meeting last evening at the
British Club, relative to the holding
of a Horticultural Show. Nothing
definite was arrived at.
The Police Court calendar con
tained only two cases this morning.
John "White, for ' drunkenness, was
lined S5 and SI costs, the other
case being that of Alii, for keeping
a ferocious dog, mentioned else
where. K.vpoxo, a member of Engine Co.
No. 4, died last evening at his resi
dence, Palama. He was one of the
late'Princess Ruth Keelikolani's re
tainers, and about sixty years of
age. His funeral will take place
Capt. Macaulay, of the C. R.
Bishop, reports that a terrific thun
derstorm prevailed on the windward
side of Kauai, from Sunday night
until Monday night. Most of the
flumes at Ilanalei were butsted, and
the streams much swollen.
' At 10 o'clock to-morrow morning,
Auctioneer Adams will sell the
household furniture at the residence
of Dr. Carpenter, No. 105 Nuuanu
Avenue. Besides the furniture
there will be offered one phaeton
and harness, one double harness",
side saddle and two horses.
To-Monitow nt 1 o'clock, p. si., by
order of Mr. II. P. Glade, adminis
trator of tlio estate of Herman
Schrciver, deceased, Mr. E. P.
Adams will sell at auction, valuable
pieces of land on King and Nuuanu
streets, with buildings and improve
ments thereon, and the lease of kalo
land at Knukahoku, Honolulu.
The elegant display of Ladies,
Misses and Children's boots, shoes
and slippers now on exhibition in
the Foit street window of M. Mc
Inerny's store, will well repay a
visit. They are simply superb. We
advise all our lady friends to go and
sec them. See his advertisement.
Mit. William Adams died at Nitt
on this Island last evening. He was
a son of the late Alexander Adams,
who was a pilot at this port from
1817 to 1840, and the liist man to
ily thu . Ilnwuiian Hag in Chinese
waters. The deceased waB a wheel
wright by trade, but ha9 been a
great sufferer from asthma during
the last few years, consequently un
able to do much. He was a charter
tnetnW of finjjlrtii Co. No. 2, i
remains will be brought In todny
and the funeral will tnko place to.
JuttRMEST for plaintiff was given
late yesterday afternoon by Justice
Austin in the case of Mrs. Rose vs.
II. Smith, ejectmeuj. Mr. Preston
for plaintiff, Mr. llnrtwcll for ile
feudant This morning, the Chief
Justice gave his opinion in the case
of Wilcox vs. A. G. Elds. It wa9
in favor of the plaintiff.
Am is a Chinaman who can talk
his own language as fast as we ever
heanl it. He also owns i very
ferocious dog, which bit a little
native girl the other day, and has
been in the habit of (lying at people.
Alii was brought before Justiio
Bickcrtoti this morning and lined S7
and costs, S3. 20, for keeping such a
dog, and moreover the dog .was
ordered to be destroyed. Ollleer
Mehrtcns went into the station house
yard and at once shot the ferocious
Ox Alakea slrect at the rear of the
Library building, there is an old
building which has been used by
Contractor 'JLhomns as a kind of
storeroom. The attention of Deputy
Maishal Dayton was called to it
yesterday, and he found underneath
the building a smnll heap of twigs
and oilier things, which would lead
one to believe that the intention was
to lire it. . He thinks that children
did it while playing. However, tlie
rubbish found was removed, and as
soon as the building is emptied it
will be pulled down.
Mn. Z. K. Meyers gave an exhibi
tion of the Harden Hand Grenade
in the Government House yard this
forenoon. A large frame was erect
ed near the new Kapuaiwa building,
against which was piled a lot 'of
split wood, and all was well saturat
ed with coal oil and tar. It was
allowed to burn up pretty well,
when Mr. Meyers threwin a Grenade
which tit once checked the fire, mid
he entirely put it out by breaking
two more in the flitncs. His Majes
ty the King arrived a few moments
laterMr.Meyors gave another cxhibi
tiotnith a liotterfire,butstillthe same
results. The Grenade astonished
everyone present. The price of the
Grenade is $18 per dozen, and no
one should be without them.
The quarterly meeting of tlio
Board of Trustees of the Queen's
Hospital was held this morning.
Mr. S. M. Damon was elected a J
trustee- in place of his father the
late Rev. Dr. Damon. Tho other
business was of the usual routine
character. The following is Dr.
Honolulu, February 28th, 1885.
To the Trustees of the Qnucn's Jlus-
Gentlemen: I have the honor to
submit the following report for the
quarter ending February 28th, 1885 :
The total number of patients at
present in the hospital is 03, viz. :
35 Ilawaiians, 20 males, 15 females,
4 Chinese and 24 of other nation
alities; 2G paying.,
The number of admissions dur
ing the quarter was 102, viz. : 34
hawaiians, 17 males, 17 females,
10 Chinese and 58 of other nation
alities. Discharged 98, viz: 43 Hawaii
ans, 21 males, 22 females, 8 Chi
nese and 47 of other nationalities.
Deaths 10, viz: 4 Hawaiians, 2
males, 2 females, 3 Chinese and 3
of other nationalities.
The causes of death were as fol
lows: Accident 1, Beriberi 1, Col
lapse 1, Consumption 2, Disease of
Heart 1, Dropsy 1, Fever 2, Pneu
The highest number of indoor
patients was 71), 'lowest 58, daily
Number of precriptions 2,53(5.
The number of patients treated in
tlio Hospital was as follows ; De
cember, 1884, 88; January, 1885,
100 ; February, 1885, 105.
Calls at the Dispensary, 507.
The Philadelphia Pi-cms thinks
triplets should be baptized in the
American apples sell on tho street
stands in London at from 8 cents to
12 cents apiece.
-g'..M,AtJtVCtim.'., LCjttett .
Thoro nip thirty-two mil
vated railway in aqw lork
Rit wnv inntcrit s 40 ner cent.
cheaper now than il vns t no years
If thou art wise thou kuowest
thine own ignoianco; and thou art
ignorant if thou knowest. not thy
The chief Ingredients In the com
position of those qualities that gain
esteem and praise, ate good nature,
truth, good sense ami good breed
All tlio Sicilian sulphur ore Is
carried to the surface of the minc9
on boys' back, consequently it docs
not pa j to work below about four
hundred feet, llcnie the deposits
lying below that horizon ate un
touched, and as many of the beds
are neatly vertical, and do not
diminish in yield as tin y descend,
the resources arc still very great.
Various estimates have been made
as to the period for which the sup
ply will last at the present rate of
consumption ; these range from fifty
to two hundred years. Theie arc
2,10 mines in the island, and no less
than 4,3G7 calcaroni were reported
in operation fifteen years ago. The
average yield does not exceed 14
per cent. .
California Lime I
FOH SAI.P. l.Y
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
AOIItt, FOU GENE HAL IIOL'SK
vtO.Uv. Applv tliiciug'i
i.fo iw i'. o mxu.
S. M. CARTER,
AOKNT to take
Acknowledgments to Ubor Contracts.
Cniceuith Mr. I'Mihoi.rni-. D0i:ini
I POI I
Yi'ilrox'u 3Xar!iInc liSnde.
Families and o'lii's lit want of Good,
Fie h, (J'cau,
Machine RfiacJe Poi,
Can blin the sumo in qtt ntit'nt to
f-ult by le .vintr oid. s a.id ion-
XT. X5. OAT,
At P.tcifle Niuij.-ition Co.' Duiliiinp.
Cl Queen sttee'. tf
LA5S5E & CO.
Have a Large Siock of the
VERY BEST MAY.
Which is oll'eied nt I oo-i Market Price
Dolivcrcd Froe to any part of the City
AGEN1S I OS THK
Pacific Mutual Lif3 Insuranco Co.
Agents for the Hoo er Telephone.
Commissioner of Deeds for California
T.'l. pho'ic Xo. 147.
Al U It K. W H O I. E SOME. It E
According to tho hihcl and best mcdl
c.il testnn ny.
Manufactory, s : : No 13 Llliha St.
P. O. Hot:, H7D. Telephone, 281.
6Sf AM nrnYrt. ru'r-lve ptomp' attention
c. j. McCarthy,
OF 'I HE ASTO.t IK U K
7fi llool Strict
Ha just receive I, p r A timed t, tl o fol.
lo.tiug e .oicti hr nils of
American Cigars !
Beanlv's Bower. Ifeniy (.'lav,
S mi pi r, w u '. I'lnnc, Wo ti-rn Billo
ll i t To O I ornln I tu Nin.us,
Full Moon H ow Dio;i,
J;x -il e Me.
CTf Thrsn Cicftrfl nro miinuf.ictureil
from the rholeel of Aiicrican and Ha
vana Filler . i
Cuiiii! Jiiul try tliom I
But rTootl Honest Yalue for Efery Dollar!
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
Since the arrival of the " Alameda,''
WILL BE FOUftiD VERY COMPLETE.
In all my usual fine variety of fine llools, Shoes and S'ippers. '
BJCeii'tsJ Boots, lioe said. Oaiters;
In Great Variety.
THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT
Is as usual very complete.
As to the good qualities of 1113- Goods the Ladies of our
Islands, who have patronized this Establishment, for 18
years, will bear willing testimony to them as well as
their perfect fitting.
Boots and Shoes always found in this Establishment. I
have no inducements to
Goods, which will be sold
As Low as Consistent with Prudence.'
Honolulu, March 6th, 1S85.
H niolulii, Jan 11, ;HS5.
C. O. BERGEH, Esq.,
Agent Maciuale & Uihnn Safe.
It is wilh great pleasure Hint
I add my testimony to il,o Firi-I'tooi
qualitio' of toui S.fe.-i.
I hmi ii small binj;le dtor Mnciieale &
Uilun Sufu in hist ul;hi'ti ten ihlu flic,
uud, on opening the si.me ihi morning,
found iu coutunt conrUtiug of bonkx,
papers, and money to lie amount ol
SUMO IN P'tSIJIEOrC ND1TKX.
I urn bo well gatitlled wiih tl.o Kbull
that I wnnuipolhei No, ii Safe 111 onee.
Yours 1 1 uly,
13E0. H IIAUI'1',
0'il Ueiimiiii.i Maihet.
O. 1). KliCCTll.
IV. C. I'KACCCi;
Freeth & Peacock,
ii'.i h'uuuiiii Afreet.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
CFFEU FOR SrALE
At the I.otv:n 3IniUct ICatCM
Oco O itikt Chnmi'agtie, pints & quurtp.
Chns Farro " " '
Carlton Ficro " . " "
Fine old California Brtimly, in hulk,
Tuio Virginia While Hjo U'liUley,
Iluthvels.'r I.igir Beer, pints, and qunrts
A large and well selected itock of
&c, &c, &c,
Always on hand and for pules nt pilrc
Unit defy competition. Country orders
solicited. All goods gunntnti id.
'loleuhoao 10. P. O, Box ECO.
wianmizKXMrt.riiMuiniynniiynxxMjivsKrttyw ui yii
iacMe k Mn Safes ! !
L.i.,v .jtaa&Littaif Miri.thlVifjtoW. r . -v icjatiiiiia, .
"If PRICES I
but the guarantee of Al
ttjifjrrjvttr a-ZJ'XT I! Tv "'W
1M IK ED BY '
H. 6-SACEtFELD & CO.
IT IS tho Rrrond fchsoii thi rrci is in
i line inio iii'cilnii with the I.i.hulus
Mil, 111, d Upiovig a gieit siKTu-B. I
e-tiniuio the tavinj, at almut !i orcent.
if tic cmp. 'I lie tunny advutitages
ill- s I'ribc lave over t the v.ioilru
ciuui-lu Htu 1111 tlifte IahnuU are iih fol.
lowh: Tlu'v are inueh monger, being
11 hie to it.uid-n pret-.uroof ion ptninds
of tit mn, il o rkiinm ii.'b are titer, foie,
It.retd ihiiugh niuili quicker ui d con.
eittei.tly uu.ie work i in-I, g tli.tio with
tl.em. A- ciich tiiniic I ;ii, a h panne
i.ilu'.it U um niio-11 y to stop woik.
Iig the 1'ie-s 1 feiiliu- thiiuld one
r.- el.ith he kakl ig; n i mUleienl to
s itt tliu ouillo''. ol the le.ik is fr.inie.
I he Pus .chili cm I eel anted nun h
quii.-ki 1 ni. mi i-uuiiig i ii(i.iied. 'Jbo
t'lbhs Mill liiot l'oieior, it never can get
out of older.
Liliiiiuii, 1'obrunry, 1S-5. '
' lv K. .MQl-LLEIt
WEOTER & CO.
ui roirr sirixt,
Have 0.1 lia.ii t N iw 1 o tigu utnl Home
Watches, Bracelets, Necklets,
Pins, Lookcts, Clocks,
Ail Oi nuiied'-. of ill Kindr.
Silver and Gold Plato.
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Seta
Sultiihlu for 1'1'om illation.
Kncrnviiis ami Vntln Jew Iry
Uepnlri ig In nil Its branches.
I3f" Solo Agents for King's Cyo Proicrven.
1 h 7 itui
Jnst Received, .
A .Small l.ot of Elra Quality
In Half Bnricls.
For Sale, in Bond ordu'y ptid, ty
M. S. GRINBAUM & Co.,
lJ1m Queen Street,
SViR. VJ. C. PARKE
HAS AN Ol- PICK over 1 1 hop & Co.'i
Hunk, and u III he hi piy to utlend
to UL,y bu.luua i'iiiiii o 1 to IAs cure.