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SATMiDAY, MA11CII 7. 1880.
SUII, InOOH AHU SET
All time from noon of twlny, Mnr. 7.
Sun Sot 0 0,
him Itlnes 18 11.
.Moon Itlws la 17.
High Tide (large) 10 00.
Illgli Tide (small) 22 30.
WSLl A"tl WUAT1IUII
Ittuvonl lioin nuoti or ynttanln)
MpSl'lrS. ThiMimnnolnf Itiiln.
I 4ti I llli I gih' ' illi I oh I 18, I tnth
I s.vi) 1(101 .mm 7.1 ii" s 1 1,1 s u.im
Wind, N. Bl,y, tlni' i 'on, innoolli.
8tmr.tnsMnl.ui from Kauai
Slim Klunu from Windwanl Pints '
Sluir MKclllvU fioin tfnhulul -
Stinr Kllauen lion frnm Windward 1'mts
Selir Rob Uny from Koolau I
Sehr Rainbow fioin Koolnti
Selir MautiDkuwnt fioin Koiilmi
Schr Man Foster funn Wahnoa
StuirMokoIli for Windward Ports
Stmr 0 1! Itldiop for Oahu and Knual
Schr Millo Morris for J.nnat
.Sclir Nettle Men ill for I.aliama
liktiiu Amelia for Toit 'I'owiiscnd
Ilk Ccilou for Nnnnlino
vessels leaving on Monday.
Stmr LtUollko for ICnluiIul
Sehr Hob ltoy for Koolau
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
5tmr Jus Makeo for Kap.ia
Schr Maiiuokawol for Koolnu
VESSELS IN PORT,
fir 111: Meteor, Casscn
llkme W I! Uhnond, llourtlctt
Ukttif Euieka. l.eo
Am ehr.)as A Hamilton, Rjder
III: Hope. I'ciihtillow
Fiom Wlndwnid Potts, per Kiiiim,
March 7 Hon 11 Kullielani, Hon J L
Katilukou, Hon l Aliolo, W II Coin
wcll. W Y Horner, M Kealoha, Mr? S
Masey and ohlld, 11 A Iluen, Mnslcr M
Vrcston, MIss Hnttie Kipi, Mis laney
Kiil, MKs h Wlllielin, .1 Andeison, Miss
Xott, V ICnapa. Wm Wlilto, M: Hyman,
I, Ci MeMullan, Wohr Quai, Mrs Ah
Honpr, II It Smyth. Mis 1W. 1'arUur and
'2 L'i. nits, Miss Hannah Low, Miss M
Ulii, MUsM Kniliclnnl, Miss M Ntcd
haiu and 1-1 deck pnsemjers.
From Knlmlui, jicr I.lkellke, Marcli 7
Hon S G AVilder, W1I Bailey and wife,
W H Bailey, .lr, All Tin, Mm Ocding,
W O IMiko, Mi&s Castle, Ilro Thomas,
Mrs W .1 T.awiio and 'J clilldien. Consul
Irwin and :3 purvanl", MrXakayama,.! M
ICapcna, MrStiong, Gen Vanliurcn, Mr
Tavurntcr, J J Xeil, A Barba, wife and
ohild.C 11 Grieve.
For 1,'ort Townsend, per bktn Amelia,
March (5 .1 Aher, A Hoekwald, Miss
3Iarv Cliristofurson, 13 Anderson and
Stmr Ivinau brought IMS'.! bag'; of
sugar, 2 hoiscs, -to l)jg- taro, 17 hides,
110 pkgs sundries.
The bktne Maiy WinUcman arrived at
Kahului on Friday morning, 30 hours
The bark F S Thompson, Capt Potter,
arrived at IC.ihulut Marcli lst,ifroni San
Francisco via Hilo. Shu brought a
cargo of general merchandise. Passen
gers : J II StellliiK, VT J Lawrie. She
t ill sail for San Francisco on Tuesday
5tmr J.ikclike Inoughl 1815 hags of
Stmr Kilauca Hon brought 1030 bags
Stmr . fa? Mtik.cc brought 2Si0bags of
SehrBob Boy bi ought 500 bags of
Schr Bainhow hi ought 5"i0 bags of
, The 111; "Kmciald lias sailed for Val
paraiso. The Kllkitat was to leave Port Town
send 10 days after the Hone.
The I.ady Lanipson is expected from
Xowcastle witli coal to T II Dnvies ct
The Amelia sailed last evening for
Port Touiifeiid. She had been on the
Maune Hallway about 2 weeks.
The 1) C Murray has 17 passengers in
transit for S F.
At 8.40 this a m a steam whaler was
leported 20 miles off slawdiug to the
The bgtuo Hazard an ived at Hilo on
last Thursday evening.
Stmr Jas Makeo sails on Monday at 0
r ai for Kap.ia only.
Schr Manuokawal brought -175 bags of
, The hark 1) O Murray, Capt Bony,
an ived yesterdav 58 days from New
castle, N S W, with 150 tons of eoal.
She Is consigned to Mcssis Haekfeld &
TUGAL &CFHERAL NEVS.
To-morhow will he the third Sun-
Tin: wind was blowing a gale out
at l'alama last evening.
Siuxctio-ns will bo found on our
first and fourth page.
Tiikke will bo music to-night at
that popular i eaort, the skating rink.
Tin; haeknicn did not hold a meet
ing last evening, as business was too
lively. J JJ
A meeting of the Privy Council
is called for -Monday at 12 o'clock
A nuKCU of k'eys has been found.
They arc nt the l'obt Ofllec awaiting
Band concert at Emma Square
this afternoon at 7 ;30 o'clock. Seven
Tiiuui: will bo a gospel temper
ance meeting nt the "Bethel vestry
.mjii yi, , jti n i imij;iff,H"'V iwijw
Thu S. 9. 3!nriio$a is dn nl noon
(tii Monday frnm Knn FrnncWcn with
dittos to tlio 'Jliri lutl.
A nativi: ninn iintncd Mnlintia
was flnod SO in the l'olico Court till?
morning for being drunk.
His 1. the .Mlnlstor of Fiimnuo
arrived in town luii inurnlug by tliu
Likellku from Alnni.
Tut Hoynl llnwnlinti Baud will
give a concert on Tuesday cvoning
of next week instead of Monday.
.Mi-ssif. YV. G. Irwin & Co, have
this afternoon .')!!, 000 hnjjs of sngnr
in llicir largo warehouse, foot of Koit
Tnuiti: will lie u glass hall shoot
ing match at the Casino th'13 after
noon, eonunenfing at half-past two
Consul 1. "V. Irwin, General Van
Bui en and Jules Taveuiier, the art
ist, returned fiom Maui this morn
ing by the "kikolikc.
A oi:xti.i:m.vm who returned fiom
a visit to Maui, this morning, .says
that Kahului is the liveliest place on
the Sandwich Islands.
CoKruu, tea, and eatables can he
had at Love's Xcw Bakery, on "Nuu
anu street, from three o'clock in the
morning till eleven nt liislit.
Coi'.Nicns and pictuie frames made
to older, the largest and best stock
of mouldings to select from in the
Kingdom, at King Bros.' Art Store.
Tin: Post Olllee timu table for
"March is out and contains the usual
amount of information respecting
the anival and departure of mails
from these Islands.
A i.t'.vr was given this noon at
the residence of Samuel Mahclona,
in honor of the birthday of his little
child. A large number of invited
guests were present.
Tin; roller coaster at Central Paik
will he running this afternoon and
evening. The now skating rink will
be completed so as to he opened to
the public next Snluidny.
Wi; call the attention of the public
to the new bulletin board of Mr. J.
E. "Wiseman, the Merchant stieet
business agent. It gives full par
ticulars of what he has to offer in
the way of real estate, houses tojet,
Yr.STni'D.YY, Officers Mchrtens and
Felhbchr arrested eight Chinamen
in the act of playing a Chinese
gambling game. They were brought
up this morning and remanded un
til Tuesday. Mr. Ilartwcll appear
ed for oue, Ah Fat.
Fhom Ilcrr Levey, the vocalist of
the auction firm of Lyons & Levey,
wo have received a copy of the new
comic opera "Polly," which is now
all the rago in London. The words
are by James Moi timer, and music
by Edward Solomon. The music is
original and very catching. This is
the only copy in town, wo believe.
Tun elegant display of Ladies,
Misses and Children's boots, shoes
and slippers now on exhibition in
the Fort street window of M. Mc
Incrny's store, will well repay a
visit. They are simply superb. "Wo
advise all our lady friends to go and
sec them. Sec his advertisement.
Tm: body of the late William
Adams was brought in yesterday
from "Niu on a stretcher, and is now
at the residence of Mr. "W. Auld,
Palama, fiom where the funeral
takes place this afternoon at 3
o'clock. The remains will be inter
red in the Nuuanu Valley by the
side of the father of the deceased.
Ri:sidusts of Hotel street in the
vicinity of the Y. M. C. A,, com
plain of the uproarious noiso made
by some soldiers. Last evening
about twelve of them weic kicking
up an awful noise, and using the
vilest language, not lit for any ears.
Surely, such conduct fiom soldier:)
ought to be put a stop to.
A nox containing rubbish was left
on the road this morning directly
opposite a shoe shop on Fort btrcct.
The wheels of a carriago driven by a
lady came in contact with it, and
the horse got quite -scared. A horse
driven by Mr. Buckley was also
frightened nt the obstruction, It is
not right to leave rubbish boxes on
the road in such a manner.
TWwwwn'tiH'Hiw'i .w'V.v, imv n ji n wj.w.nKum'n !,'"-
tpRmi Beektuy of Hie Xlnnu r
port seeing n whnloiiliip (probably
lira Alimlmm linker) ontuli n wlwlo
off Molokni I'olnt tills morning.
Is another column will bo found
the name mid rcsitlcnoos of onch of
tho mombcrs of the copnttnorshlp of
the tuong On ICee Company.
Tiut beautiful Dougnuvllliu vine
on Judd Street needs trimming nt
once. It ought uot to occupy yo
much of the sidewalk as it doci.
Mit. "V. II. Buchanan gives
nolico of his retirement from the
(Inn of Lycan it Co, having sold hi
shaie and interest to Mr. II. M.
Tiik schooner Ida bchnaiier sailed
from Kahului Friday for San Fran
cisco, with C.0CD bags of sugar,
weighing 700.-100 lbs. and valued at
Mn. Adams had a good attend
ance this morning when he sold the
household furniture of Dr. Carpen
ter, "Nunanti street. Tho sale rea
lized about $700.
Just about noon to-day thcic was
a whirlwind of dust on the road in
front of I'yan's boat-building house,
which lasted five minutes. It was
confined to that spot alone.
Monday at noon is the time ap
pointed by tlie assignees of Hie estate
of Kennedy & Co., to close bids for
the stock, book accounts, and gen
eral assets of Uio above estate.
Outbidi: of the Post-ollice will bo
found a list of letters remaining in
the Office up to February i'8th. If
you see your name then ask at the
window for 'Advertised Letters."
Am. creditors of Chun Lock, ad
judicated bankrupt on his own peti
tion, must piovo their claims hefoic
Justice Austin, on Thursday nest at
10 o'clock, at his Chambers in the
KvKUYosr. would like to know
what their future is going to be. A
world renowned leading foitune
teller has just arrived in our midst
and is ready for consultation at No.
127, King Street.
Two natives were, caught at Hilo
last week making okolehao. They
were each fined S500. This is the
second time these men have been
caught at the same business. The
first time they were only fined 100
What ever is, going to happen?
This morning three of the members
of the Legislature arrived by the
Kinau, lions. L. Aholo, J. L. Kau
lukou, and II. Kuihelani, and another
member, Hon. J. Kaunamano, ar
rived by the Iwalani on Thursday.
Tins afternoon at 1 o'clock, Mr.
E. P. Adams sold by order of H. F.
Glade, administrator of the estate of
tlie late Herman Schricver, the valu
able piece of land in Kuuauu Valley,
with buildings and improvements
thereon; to Mr. A. J. Cartwright
for $725. Also the valuable piece
of land on King street, adjoining
the Bethel, with buildings and im
provements thei eon; to Mr. J. La
zarus for S2,800. The lease of kalo
land was withdrawn.
At St. Andrew's Cathedral the
Bishop preaches in the morning and
"Rev. Geo. Wallace in the evening.
The following are tho services at
tlie Bethel Union Church : Sunday
school at '.) :-ir a. 3i. ; services, with
preaching by the Kcv. E. C. Oggel,
at 1 1 a. 3i., and 7:30 v. m. In the
evening tlie "Fourth Utterance of
Christ from tlie Cross ; or The Cry
of Agony." All arc cordially in
vited. At Fort Street Church at 11
o'clock, sermon to children on "Re
membering," and to adults, "A
Talk with Men of Business." At
0:30 i. 3i., meeting forliiblo study.
At 7:30, public worship, nnd sermon
by Pastor Cruzan on "The Compass
of tho Unknown." All arc invited.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square this afternoon at -l :3Q. The
following is tho piogramme:
Maich Go Ahead (now) Audrau
Overture Kuiiiia of Itebbuigli
. , Meyerbeer
Quaidillo Xew Promenade (now)....
Fantasia Torch Danso (iiev)...!Jeckyr
Wait Think of Mo (new) Kiihuur
-..i i. t- Itoll of thu Ui urn
Tluqo Quickstep- (110W).Aekcrman
Tho Owl (new)..
fly ordor nt Honry Tt Mnrfurlnw, K((.
I will offtr nt 1'iiMlo Annlm-,
Saturday, Wlaroti 528th,
At IS noon, nt my Snlc Itoeiu,
Uiilcw itvtoiinl' UlMPUUUlt
ofnl rrt-vnn Suits,
THOSE SPI.KN'DIU LOTS on the
corner of Hotetaulu nnd I'llkul Sis ,
Subdivided a lo'.low. into Houo liots,
mid Hi the foUnwii)!!; upfet prices,
from vhHi there van dp no deviation.
ltt 1100 f.ct l,y l."0 re. Boictnnln
Mrest UpHct price ftlflOO
1M HIOO fet by 160 leu. Kittnn
i.tr, rl I:vi t nrloii Sl'JOO
Lot it 100 feet l I 0 !u' Bi tetania '
KlriOl .'.... j, " pi c fHllll
hot 4 lOn leel 1 151 fie'. Mnith
vllVCi Up-'! pi ice 110!) '
Lot r, 100 foet by IV) if I. IJmtmiu
sheet Liim'I mice SUiu i
Lot (i 100 iict by lot) ftC, Kinau !
buildings thereon.Unset nricc
hot S 110 feci by 150 feel, Bcictania
stieet upset price iV2M
Lot 0-100 foot by K,0 feet, Young
street Upset in Ice tJUCO
Lot 10 100 feet by 150 led, Bcretanin
street Upct pi ice S1250
Lot 11100 feet by 150 feel, Young
street Upset price $000
Thu upper lots weio purchased by Mr.
Macfarlimo for a residence, nnd for tlie
puipcsc of improvement, it lias had
great caic and cultivation, so that at
present It is well coveicd by n largo
variety of trees, as well as a choice col
lection of plants and 'lowers, nil In
Among the fruit and shade trees will
ho found thu Tra clur's Tree, tho Itoval
Palm, the Wine Palm, the Lemon Ti'ce,
the Fan Palm, the Coroauut, tlie Japan
csu Oiiinsc, the l'onclnnii Uegia, tho
Mandarin" Orange, tho Fig True, tho
Alligatdr l'eur, Hie Alpembi nnd others.
In Koses and Flowcis thereaiongrc.il
variety, which must bo sten to be up.
Water pipi s .are laid on in each of
Lnts Xo-i 1 t, T, inelushe, nnd 50 feet
of hose will i, arli any pait of them.
The-e lo'-. are 'Km ted jii'l in the oeiiln;
of Kabiokiihui I'l.i ! a i.u ihc piie.cipal
street It-uiln from Honolulu, anil aie
viliiin t.(,oi in. 'ivies' vnlk fii.i jov.i,
a-, iv ell . htm; 1'jicii tlie omnilms
tnl'lv.' io I'll 'li'l .
I ill II iff.r iI.eiiiMi i.n faMiinLIu
len.it. tm puiLhasi.. i. u.im );,,
One-Fouiih Cash, end Inliiiieu in
eipial payment! i oie, two, ilirte
and four yens, Willi intere-t at 7
per cent., seemed by mortgage.
Thi-. dhisiou of p-iymeuls, and low
Kite of interest, s.llowsi one lor a com
paratively ,nmll .um unnually paid for
four vears, lo become thu owner of a
beautiful Homestead Int.
P.irtte- de-jiiiuf,' lots must make eatly
application, as wo shnll sell at priatu
tale to those who first apply.
ri'iiu of the properly can he seen at
Deeds a; purehaci's cj. pease.
i:. P. ADAMS,
017 t Hi & s til Auctioneer.
Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts.
Office with Mr. Fislibourne.
LMWE & GO-
Have a Largo Stock of thu
YEIiY BEST HAY.
Which is offered at Lowest Market Prices
Delivered Freolo any part of tho Cily
AGENTS FOS THE
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Agents for tlie Hoover Tolephone.
Commissioner of Deedsfor California
Telephone No. M7. 7C(i
APUIIE, WHOLESOME, HE
According lo tho highest and best inedl-
Manufactory, : : : No. 13 Lllilia fit:
P. O. l!o, !'70. Telephone, l!8f.
BSyAll oidcru rccelvo prompt attention.
c0 -J. McCarthy,
OF THE ASTOU IlOtJdE
H K ur
70 Hotel Street
Ha-- juat iceclvcd, jier Alameda, the fol.
lowintjehoire Inauds of
American Cigars !
Beauty's llower, Henry Clay,
Sampler, Stud, Crime, Western Hello
La licilo Caiifoiiiia Las Klufn-j,
Full Moon, Snow Drop,
Tiaveleis (Join fori,
J5;" TJiufu Cigars are maimfnctured
from tho olioicett of American nr.d Ha
Oomu iiucl tvy them T
Bit ijooi Honest Mae Sir M
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
Sineu tho arrival of the '" Alameda,"
WILL BE F-OU-SD VERY OORSPLETE
In all.my usual line variety of fine Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
BJCcai'js Boots, Iioes aia-ti O-tajiters
In Groal Variety.
THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT
Is as usual very complete.
As to the good qualities of m,y 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 tins Establishment. I
have no inducements to offer but the guarantee of Al
Goods, which will be sold
As Low as Consistent with Prudence.
Honolulu, March Gth, JSS5.
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 188C.
c. o. hergeu, iq.,
Agent Macnealo & Urban Safes.
It is with great pleasure that
I add my testimony to the Fire-1'ioaf
qualltios of your Safe.
I had a Email single deor Macucnle &
Uibau Safe in last nighi'is tcrriblu fito,
and, on opening thu saim: tlds morning,
fouud its content." consisting of books,
pnpers, and money to the amount of
$1010 IN PEHFEOT CONDITION.
I am so well satisfied will! Iho icsult
that I want another No. 3 Safe at once.
GEO. M, 1IAUPP,
1)21) Germnuin .Market.
c i). KiiKUTii. w. c. j-sacogi:
i lUDbll KXJ JL CajUU-OIV
till 3$ tiicmut !it;Lo.j.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFEU FOU SALE
At the IjOwcNt 3(nrkt ll:i v
Geo Ooulct Clinmpagiie, pints & quart.
ChasFnrro " " "
C'arlion 1'icro " " "
Flno Old California llrandy, in bulk,
Pure Vlrglnin White Itye Whiskey,
IJudwelaer Lager Uetr, pints and quails
A largo nnd well selected stock of
SI I It ITS,
S.Q., &o., &.Q.,
Alwavs on hand and for bulo at prleos
thai defy competition. Country ordeis
solicited. All goods guaranteed.
Telephone 40. I. O. llox !iC0.
u.i.1 , . m ... ''UjJBEft , m
IN PRICES I
! TESTBRHONY TO
TIIOTV F'X.L.T'XSlt IKESSE8
I IM POUTED UY
I ... .--.-.
I H- HAOKFELD & CO.
TT IS tho hecond ua.son this Pi ess is in
X use in connection with tho Lahaina
Mill, and is proving a great success. I
estimate the having at about 5 percent,
of tho crop. Tho 'many advantages
tluso Pris-es have over the wooden
oncit hi use on these Islands aro as fol.
lows: "They aic much (stronger, being
able to stand a pressure of 100 pounds
of steam, tho skimmings are. thcrefoie,
firccd thicugh much quicker nnd con.
seipieutly moio work is being dono w ith
them. As each frame bns a separato
outlet, it is not nixossaiy to slop work,
ing tlie Pi ess altogether should one
Press cloth bo leaking; it is stilllcicnt to
stop the outflow of the leaking frame.
Tho Prcss-oloths can ho changed much
quicker, as no sowing is icouircd. Tho
I I'reuit will last forever, it never can get
j out of order.
, Lihaina, Februarv, 1SS").
Him on hand New Foreign tind Home
Watchec, Bracelets, Necklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clocks,
An I Ormmciits of all kinds.
Silvor and Gold Plate.
Elegant liolid Silver Tea Seta
Suitable for Presentation.
I'.HKeavlnji and A'ntivn Jew try
Repairing in all Its branches.
nySolo Agontstor King's Eyo Prcjorvon.
UI 7 Cm
A Small Lot of Extra Quality
In Half Uarrels.
l'ov 3ulo, in Bond or duly paid, by ,
AA. S. GMKBAUM & Co.,
W lm Queen Street,
8R. V.'C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over liiriiop & Co.'
Haul;, and will be happy to attend
to any bushu'tsa entrusted to his care.
F Dollar !
; ti ' f 0fa