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MONDAY, MAHC1I S. 18Sf.
mi:;, moon aiid sea.
All tlnm from noon of to-day, Mar. !).
Bun Sol (IT.
Sim Kites IS l:i.
Moon Itlio!..... II! Til.
Hlsjh Tide (law) 11 HO.
High Tldo (small) l!:i UO.
XV1NU AND WKATlllIl:
I'soonl lrom noon of jostt'idii.
AlBSiTSl. Tlii.nnniiu.lor Itnlu.
I 41i I flli I "Sli 11 2li I Mi I lPli I to1-.li
I -(toi-? I so.m I ao.oo ;ss n: ;u 0.00
Wind, f. light; Mj , line; bun, -moolli.
"" , , ARRIVALS. "
Stinr Planter from Kauai
Stmr Widmaiialo from Walinanulo
tfi'hrl.iliolllio ft urn Waiiuoa
SohrEhnkai from Wnlahia
Sehr Kawnllanl from Koolau
Mm oh !
S S Mariposa from S F
Stmr LiMnu from Windward Ports
Stmr Likoliku for Kahului
Sohr Hob Hoy for Koolau
Sehr ltidubow for Koolau
Stmr .las Makco for Kapnu
Sclir Manttoknwai for Koolau
VESSELS LSAVIHG lO-MORROW.
Stmr ICimut for Windward Pnits
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Stmr Iwalaui for llainnkua
Stmr Kilauea Jloufor Windward Ports
Sehr Mile Morris for J.anai
SehrKawallani for Koolau
VESSELS III PORT,
fir 15k Meteor, C.iSbcn
llktuo W 11 Dimoiui, lloudh-tt
IJktnu Kuroka, Leo
Am sehr Jus A Hamilton, ltydcr
Uk Hooii. Penhnllnw
S S Mariposa. Tlayward
Finni Kauai per tmr Planter. Mar S
S W Wilcox. Gil Dole. Mis Meal. T
II Boehniie. (i- deck and 5 pii-om-r--.
From San FrancKeo per S SMuiiposa
Mar!) Col Sproekol- and lady. Billy
Hiucr-oii. Miss Eiimin SpreekcK Chas
Uogill. Jtudolpii Spreekel-. Hsu r l'olll.
Mr .) 1; Fo-:or. Ja. 11 Wal-Ai. Mi--
Moilio Still, S K(,tb, Win Kisiir. A Mil
U'r. wifo and U Wiilrirt 11. Bon Clark. A I
Holland, (.'apt .1 B Tobev. V M Sohcnok
and wife. I) Tr.u-y. Capt L COuen, 15
Stanley. Cait AV I! Llli-, W II Aldricb,
(ins Hxley. C WKehihart. .1 II .It-welt
and wife. II I' Hammond. Mi Lindsay,
MrsO II Alexander. Mrs IC A L)oci ins,
OH Williams 1' Mt-luerny, Mi"-, Mc
Knight. .I0I111 Good, Capt H Xyo, Capt
G JO Allen, .1 Lyons. Mi--, Van" Xorden,
WKiddoll, MUs It Hammer, II John
stone, A F liloomingberg, W Cicilli. D
LGifford, G E Wutzhiwik, J Haut.
111.111, II Bradley, G S Garvin, J Guildy.
Mrs Cianet and llaly. Mi- .1 Fiow-e,
Mibs 1) Leopold, J Lcutonggor and It
The shnr Planter hi ought 1,5SU bags
of sugar, "27 lnig- of 1 ice, 1 1 bag of pota
toes, S hide?, 195 sheep and SO pkgs
The Consuelo arrived at San Francis
co 011 Feb 1!), and thu Courtney Ford
from Kahului arrived at San Francisco
The Ella and W G Irwin sailed from
San FrancNeo for-this port on the 2Gth
and the Discovery on the 2Stli.
-'J'ho sehr Boario willed from San
Francisco Feb i!7th for Kahului.
Eight whalers ere reported off port
Tho steam whaler Oca has arrived.
The tmr Lehua brought 2.S00 bags of
sugar. She vepoits line weather.
The D C Murray in docked at the I'
M S S wharf. Her coal has been bought
by the I 1 S X Co. She will Pail for
The .stmr Kilauea Hon sails to-morrow
At 12:15 this day a fore and aft .schr
was it-ported 15 miles to leeward going
ii the channel.
The sides of the C O Whitmoic are
Six pair of shoes for the H Y & B
club. Xcw boat has come by the Mari
posa. The chr Ehttkai hi ought -105 bags of
TIiq S S City of Sydney sailed from
Sydney Feb iMIlli. She will be due here
DIMDHD'S LATEST CIRCULAR.
Our last circular was elated Feb. 10th
per htcamcr Alameda.
Suoau: Xow York advices report a
moderate amount of business with u
steady lono and more hopeful feeling,
owing to tlio stronger market in Euiope
for Beet, which ha advanced in London
to 12 s. I! d. There arc indications that
consumers are In need of fresh supplies,
but me unwilling to buy freely for fear
of advancing tho market too rapidly. As
yet jt is too early to estimate upon tho
probabilities of the next Beet ciop, but
there are indications that the increased
seeding In Franco under the new bounty
laws will nearly compensate for tho ic
duced acreage sown In the tadanco of
I'iiiok.s: Xo change since our last.
New Yoik Cuba's Hi! peicent test at
r c. .Manila basis .109 for 111 percent.
Our local Belluerics have advanced
yellows yx c. per lb, making yellow O.
in barrch 5 0 net cash.
Ilia:: Tho market is quiet but linn
at 4 k, 5 c. Stocks on hand are large
la pioportlon to tlic demand. Eastern
npiIE UNDEltSIGXED rccpiests tiiut
JL all accounts due him be settled by
tho 15th inst., all paitles having ae
counts against him will oblige by leav.
big wine at oilloo oi the Pacific Haul,
waro Company (Dillingham & Co.)
Honolulu, Maroh 2d, 1865. 95!) td
Building- Lots for Sale.
QHVEHAL building lots for sale or
O rent at Ivapalaina, near tho Xluhe.
Iowa! bridge, on tho Ewa sido of tho
lano leadim; to Austin's estate. Easy
teims. Apply to AY. C. ACHi,
Law olllco of W. Ji, Custle. 887 tf
lodal ommhi ma.
Aloha, Hilly Kmrraon.
A J.u'axixik advertises for a slum
Uii.i.y Einerson is in town. Look
out for ftm.
M11. 13. II. (Jnuit is ubIcciI to com
muiiicntu Willi C. Hrcwcr & Co.
I'm: prisoners arrived by
Vlnntcr ycslcrday frmn Kauai.
Misoi:i.t.AXKoi:s selections will lio
found on our llrsl ami fourth pages.
Tim: Amjlirdu Chvrrti (?iVoi!rlr
for March ia out, full of interesting
Tin. Mnripnsa broitglit twenty
eiglit, lms of iiinll for tho Post
Wr, return our tliankt to I'urser
Guard of tin- Mariposa for :i lalo niu
Tin: Y. M. C. A. book-keeping
olatscs meet this evening at O.flO
and 7.D0 o'cloelc.
Tin: regular meeting of Paeilic
Hose Co. No. t will be held this
evening at 7.,"0 o'clock.
Tun Maplcson opera troupe is now
performing in San Francisco. Adelina
Patli is the great attraction.
Tin; schooner Kosario loft Sail
Francisco, Feb. 17th, for Kahului,
with a cargo valued at $7,20!).
C01.. and Mrs. Spreckols, Miss
Kinnia Spreckols and Mr. Rudolph
Spreekcls arrived by the Mariposa.
Tm-.iti: aie two charter members
of luigiuc Co. No. -living Messrs.
W. 11. Wright and John S. Smithies.
Tin: barki'iitiui- Di:u-oury mailed
from San Francibt-o Feliiuaiy 2Stti
for this port, with a cargo valued at
Mi:. TV. IL Lawrence lias presented
to the Myrtle 15oat Club a catama
ran, about SO feet in length and L'A
Tmc S. F. Chronicle bays that
Mine. Linico, Campobello and Formes
have made arrangements to take an
opera company to Honolulu in June.
The S. S. Mariposa arrived at
half-past eight o'clock this morning,
after a rather rough passage. She
brings 72 passengers and a fair list
Tur. steamer Zcalaudia reached
San Francisco on Feb. 22nd, twenty
two days and nineteen hours from
Syrtnej', making the fastest time on
Conxicns and picture frames made
to order, the largest and best stock
of mouldings to select from in the
Kingdom, at King Iiros.' Art Store.
Cr.Aisi'.Nci: Macfarlane spied Col.
Spreckols on the Mariposa, from
Col. Macfarlane's 'Waikiki residence,
when the steamer was a long distance
Mit. T. TV. IJawlins, proprietor of
the Soap Factory, offers for sale or
lease to a good tenant on easy terms,
a splendid piece of land on King
Tin: sculling match between Beach
and Clifford at Sydney, Australia,
February 28th, was won by Beach.
The linal race between Ilanlan and
B'oach will tako place tho 28lh of
Fmi&KU Kibling of the Lehua re
ports that on last Thursday one of
the Japanese, of Amano plantation,
Koholalelc, was drowned by being
washed off tho rocka fhilc fishing.
Up to the departure of the steamer
his body had not been found.
Tin; Boys'lxcuding l?ooin Associa
tion will hold their regular meeting
on Wednesday evening. They in
tend setting a good example by hav
ing a debate on tho following sub
ject: "Protection or Free Trade,
which archest for lhellniled States !"
Mit. C. K. Miller lias enteied the
employ of Mr. . I. K. Wiseman, tho
well-known business Agent, where
he can be found in the future. Mr.
Miller is a very activo and business
like young man, and this new busi
ness connection will please his ninny
friends, The business facilities of
this well-known business agency
house will bo increased by the ad
A MKETtxci of Harmony Lodge
will be held this evening.
Miaius. lluokfoltl A Co. have
some lino Auslrnllnn cannod boef,
and also superior llinc for sale.
(.'ait. Aldrich arrived by the
Maiiposu, and has brought witli him
the new uniforms for the Honolulu
ArTr.n tpiilo an interval the police
force iu charge of Ulllcer Tell at
tended divine service atKaiimakapili
Lyons & Levey will sell 100 bag
of polatnc". nl 12 11'oloek noon to
nionoxr. At tin? same tiim-will als'i
lie sold four billiard tabh-i without
. At the Sail Francisco Stock
Bond Exchange Febuinry 2Slh, V
was bid for Hawaiian Commercial
Co.'s shares and !) for Ilakalau
Plantation. No sales reported.
Tin: Uov. C. E. Groscr, who has
had charge of tho Anglican Mission
at Wailuku, Maui, for the past live
years, will shortly leave there by
sailing vessel for San Francisco.
Tur. Privy Council met at 12 noon
and adjourned at ten minutes past
three o'clock. The principal busi
ness was about liquor licenses. Tho
currency question was not men
tioned, Mit.. William Auld was very much
surprised to find in this morning's
Advertiser, that his funeral was
largely attended on Saturday last,
lie wishes to say that lie is still alive
. t-. - .
Mu. A. F. Morris has leased the
beautiful seaside residence of Mr.
Alien llc-iber' at Kipiol.tui Park,
Waikiki, whore fa::iilis can in- ac
commodated with board and lodging.
Tin- sea bathing is line at tins place.
Tin: adjourned annual meeting of
tho Honolulu Ice Works was held
this morning, when the following
olllccrs were elected : President, S.
G. Wilder; Vice-President, W. E.
Foster; Manager, J. K. Wilder;
Secretary, A. McWayne.
Oxi: of . the sailors on board the
steam whaler Orca was brought to
the Police Station this morning.
lie had a fit on the vessel a few
weeks ago, and since then lias
shown signs of insanity. They got
rather afraid of him on board the
Tin: l?cv. Geoffrey B. Simeon,
brother of Mrs. Willis, will arrive
on Sunday next from the Colonies.
During his stay in this city he will
preach a course of mission sermons
in St. Andrew's Cathedral. He is
well known in England as a mission
preacher. It is probable that these
services will take place during Holy
Week, which commences March ."0th.
Sojii: young hoodlums have gained
an entrance to the Gymnasium and
done considerble damage to the piano
and furniture. Quito a number of
the hammers of the piano were
broken off. A collar with a boy's
name on was found in the building,
and it gives a cine to the guilty par
ties. Lnwis & Co. received by the Ma
riposa on ice: Cal. green asparagus
and rhubarb, cauliflower, red cab
bage, celery, horse radish roots,
oysters in tin and shells, salmon,
smelts, flounders and crabs. Also,
table apples, cream and Swiss cheese,
dried figs and a full line of grocer
ies. Do not fail to call eaily.
Tin; elegant display of Ladies,
Misses and Children's boots, shoes
and slippers now on exhibition iu
tho 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
see thcin. See his advertisement.
Mr. William Emcison, with his
line minstrel troupe, arrived by the
Mariposa this morning. lie will
stay hero two weeks, leaving for tho
Colonies about the 21st, where he
will remain about six mouths. Ho
nolulu people will probably enjoy
six performances by this well-known
troupe of niinistrels, the first of
which will take placo on
Thursday evening. Mr. Emerson
was here nine years ago, when he
did a large butlnc". The troupe ho
brings with htm i the same that has
been performing for onie time in
San Francisco. We believe Col.
Sprcckels advised Mr. Kmci,on to
uinke a trip hero. These perfor
inmicc5 are bound to bo attended
by crowded houses. 'J'ho head
quartern of this troupe will be tit the
olliceofj. IS. Wiseman, Meicliant
street, whore the sale of scats will
begin Wednesday noon.
ARRAIGNMENT OF 3PR!iSKF.!.S.
Adolph Tl Spreckols. -.villi his
counsel, Ralph (.'. Harrison, was
proM-nt in JJopattment 11 of the
.Superior Court .: i o'clock yester
day morning. i t.- n the lime set
for arraigninjr Hpu-il.ok tor tin
clime of ul tempting the minder of
M. II. do Young last November.
The people were represented by
Distiict-Atlorney Wilson, while Bon
bon II. Lloyd appeared on behalf of
Mr. Do Yoftng. Mr. Sprcekcls was
called to the clerk's desk, where the
criminal information formally charg
ing him with the crime was read to
him. and to which he answered "Not
guilty." Judge Tooliy then requested
the attorneys to name the day thej
wished the case set for. Mr. Har
rison said that he and the District-Attorncj-
had agreed upon Friday,
the 20th of March, but to this Mr.
Lloyd objected on tho ground that
the case could not be linished in two
days and it would necessitate a post
ponement over Sunday, to which lie
could not consent, evidently not
wishing that the jury should be cn
posad to extraneous influences right
in the inkM of thy trial. After some
discussion Judge Toohy finally set
the case for Monday, March 2.Jd.
''. ''. Chro'iir.ic, Jltirch 1.
i- t.t- -- i nm iuw-yf:-
lib live., at, tho head of Jv'alihi i.i
ley. Ho was very fond of ill ink.
and also awa. Sometimes he would
start from the town chewing awa
root, and would fall from his hoi so
from the eifects of it before he got
home. Last Saturday lie was drink
ing all day, and went home about 10
o'clock. Ho slept in a bed with a
little boy, who missed him about 7
o'clock in the morning. About 10
o'clock another little boy ran and
told his mother that Kamaka was
lying asleep in the stream. Some
natives went to the spot and found
him lying in tho stream head down,
with outstretched arms, and quite
dead. Ho had a slight bruise over
the right eyebrow. Deputy Marshal
Dayton soon afterwards went to the
spot, and after making the fullest
investigations, found it was not
necessary to hold an inquest, there
being no suspicion of foul play. He
evidently fell into the stream while
attempting to cross it, and under
tho strong influence of liquor.
FOB SALL BY
J. T. WATSRKOUSE.
1'avi uerslai TiutU'v.
Wit. BUgilAKAN has retired
from tho linn of Lycau & Co.,
of tiie Music Stoie. Fort Street, II0110.
lulu, having bold hlsslinro and inteicst
iu the business of the linn oil tho 17lh
day of Februiirv hut, to J I. M. Dow.
Y. It. BUCHANAN.
Honolulu, Mai cli 7th, 1SS5. i)'iH III
rrpiIE YVOItLlMtLNOWNLT) leading
,L Portuno teller, just aiiivul fioin
the pilnoipal chics iu Eiuopoaud Noitlt
America, takm this way to inform the
public that who N to consult in regard to
having levelled the past, present and
future, iu her home, No. 1J7 ICing .St.
atcment of Copartnership of
the Ouoihj On Keo Co.
niH. NAMES and residences of each
JL of tho meuibeia of hid d Uop.irt
lorghlp aro as follows, vU : Wa Le
oiig, ot Honolulu, Island of Oahu; Qu.
onjj 'I'.iiik, of caid Honolulu ; Tow Tnutf,
of feaid Honolulu. The uaturo and busi.
uess of Biid Copartiieisliip Is dcalli)n in
Provisions and General Mcichandiso.
Tho firm name of Fahl Copiuinershlp is
Till. QUONO ON hTI. COMPANY.
Tho placo of biulntss of said Copnt
iicrsliip la at Mild Honolulu.
Slcm-ii, Qponh O:,- Km: Coju'Axy.
Honolulu, Mai oh 7th, 18S0. UO.'i 2t
NO REDUCTION IN PRICES !
But Crooil Honest value lor ETery Dollar!
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
Since (he itiTiVal of the '' Ahunecla,v
WILL BE FOOTO VERY COMPLETE
Jn all my usual fine variety of line. Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
BJCc2i Boots. SSlioecs sLitcl O-nitex-.s
' Tn Great Yttviet-.
Ts as usual
As to the good qualities oi' my (floods the Ladies of our
Islands, who have, patronized this Establishment i'or IS
years, will bear willing testimony to them as well an
their perfect litting.
liools and Shoes always found in this Establishment. 1
have no inducements to offer but tho guarantee of Al
CJoods, which will be sold
As Low as Consistent with Prudence.
Honolulu, March Gth, I8S0.
& Mai Safes !
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 188").
C. O. IimtGLK, -(;.,
Agent Maeneale &, V ban Safes.
It is with great pleasure that
I add my testimony to tho Fire-Proof
qualities of your Safes.
f had a small feinglo.iloor Maeneale &
Ui ban Safo in last night's tciiiblo llio,
and, on opening tho same this morning,
found iti, content consisting of books,
paper-;, and money to tin: amount of
!?1010-IX PEItFlioT OOND1TIOX.
I am so well .salihlled with tho icsult
that 1 want another Xo. U Safe at once.
GKO. M. HAUPP,
, , (
W. C. PUACOCK 1
Cl. U. l'KKr.TII.
Freeth. & Peacock, i
IIOKOI.UI.U, II. I.
UFFEH FOK SALE
At tlic liOiveHt 3&nrk!. 2.;t.is
Geo Goulct Cliatnpngiii', pints it'quaits.
Chas Fano " " ' "
UarltouFiero " " "
Pino Old California Biandy, in bulk,
Pure Vlrginm Willie Hyo Whiskey,
lhidwoiser Lagtr Beer, jilnts and quaitH
A largo and well 'clcclcd flock of
S.C., &C, ice,
AhvavB on hand and for Bid 0 at piiced
that defy cpiupetltlou. Country ordors
bolieiteil. All goods guamiitml,
Ti'lophoiio -10. P, O, Box UfiO.
Hn HACKFELD & CO.
TT IS the second i-casion thi 1'ioss is in
JL iu.o in connection with tho Lahaina
Mill, and la proving a great success. I
estimato the eavin.trat about fi percent,
of tlio crop. The many advantages
tiicsc Prcs't-s have over the wooden
ones In use 011 tIn--o Islands aro as fob
lowb: They are much stronger, being
able to stand a pressure of 100 pounds
of steam, tho skimmings aie, therefore,
forced through liuich quicker and eon.
scipicully 111010 work is being done with
them. As each fiamo has a scparnto
outlet, it is not necossaiy to stop woik
lug tlic Piefas altogether should one
Press cloth bo leaking; it is sulllciciit to
slop tho outllow of tho leaking frame.
The Piess.ololh'j can be changed much
quicker, ns no s-cwing is lcquired. The
Piess will Mst foiovor, it never can get
out of order.
L'diaimi, February, 3SS5.
0.V.I lw E. MOELLKU.
uz voit-r Mi'iturr.
Ilnvo on Iiaml Xow Foreign and Homo
Wntclie3, Bracelets, Necklets,
Pins, Lockels, Clocks,
ji 1 Oriunionts of all kinds.
Silver and Gold Plate.
Elegant Golid Silver Tea Sots
Suitable for Presentation.
Kiisravtiiir 'l Sattvo .Dew try
Repairing in all Its branches.
3T Solo Agents for King's Eyo Preserver.
A Small Lot of Extr.i Quality
In Half liuriuls.
For flalc, Iu Bond or duty paid, by
M. S. GRINBAUM & Co.,
OU lm Queen Street,
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over Bishop & Co.'
Hank, and will be happy to attond
to any business entiusteil to his care.
1 TrTTir.'RT'nTTrjTs o nr
WMmihSX OS lU.