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Tt'KSDAY, MAIKll 10, 1885.
SUN, MOON ADD SEA.
All time iiom noon ot to-day, Mnr. 10.
Sun Set 0 8.
Sim Rles 18 12.
Moon Sols 1-1 40.
High Tide (small) 0 00.
High Tide (large) 32 30.
WIVl) AVI) W'EAllILK
Itcunl trotn noou ot ycttetilny
.UStoTCol. '"''"Clinometer Halt..
I tii I (Hi I '-'ill ii.aii I iih tih ltnii-li
-ixm I 2i.li" .Willi 85 1 723 l me I i.oo
- Wlnil, W. fresh ; blty. mitmlly to lino; Sea.
llgtne AV (5 Irwin from S ''
Holir Luloi from Kuholaleh
Kchr-Leahl from Knkaiau
Si'lir Poholkl from Knkaiau
Schr Ilaleakala from Pepcid. en
Stmr W 0 Hall from Windward 1'oit
Stmr IClnan for AVlndwnrd Port
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Stmr Iwalanl for llamakua
Stmr Kilnuca lion for AVlndward Ports
Scliv Mile Morris for Lanal
Schr Hawaiian! for Koohut
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
Stmr I.chna for AVlndward Ports
Schr .las A HauiMlon for the Arctic
Schr Mary Foter for Kaalualu
Schr Lulta for Koholaloh'
Sohr T.cahi for Knkalau
VESSELS IN PORT.
Gr Ilk Meteor, Cavsen
15k C O "Whitmoic. Calhoun
UkmoAV II Diiiiond,'lloitdlctt
Bktno Eureka, Leo
Am schr.Tas A Hamilton, Hydcr
Ilk Hope, Ponhallow
S S Mariposa. liny ward
Ugtm; AV O Irwin, Turner
Prom San FnineUco per bgtno W (1
Irwin, Mai eh 10 (J AV King, Mr-. O W
King. Mis .1 Lyons, Mrs 1. 1. Cohen and
2 children, Mi V Log.m. Pied UIIIp-.
Por Windward Pons per i-tmr ICinau.
Mar 30 Win While. Sam Xowlein and
wife. .1 n Atlicrtuii. Mr White, Mi-s
Taylor. Mr Horner, (,' Wat-on. II U
Kniythe and wife. I" (' Mile-, ! (' Kau
lukbu. SHiPPsKa nans.
The I.elnia sail- to-morrow at " p m.
The Eureka has IluWied discharging
and is taking in the oil left here by the
The bgtne W G Irwin, Capt Turner,
arrived last evening 11).; days from Sail
Pranei-co with one vacuum pan, 1,330
cks of Hour, 130 sks of barley, 150 sks of
oats, .laSsksof Jiran, 100 pks of salt, 75
hales of hay, 200 bbls of salmon, 150
bills of lime, S00 bdls of shingles. Do
31 lirleks, etc. Shu is consigned to
Irwin & Co., and is docked near the
11 h market. She had line w eathcr all
the way with the exception of last l'rl
day anil last night. Capt Turner claims
that ho might have arrived here 2 days
sooner if it, were not for his lady pas
seugcis who persuaded him to allow
the Mariposa to get here first.
The AV G Hall is due tills p m.
The schr Luka brought 2.01)0 bags of
sugar from Koholalele.
The schr T.cahi brought 2,11 1 hags of
Fiigar from Knkaiau.
The vacuum pan that arrived by the
Irwin to-day will go to Kan by the AV
G Hall on her next trip.
The chv Pohoiki brought 1,210 bags
of sugar from Knkaiau.
The Haleakala anived this day with
no lljing jib-boom.
The XV II Diuiond is loading.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun roller coaster will be running
The band will not give a concert
at Krama Square this evening.
Tiium: whaling Captains arrived
by the Mariposa yesterday.
A Mi'.nTixc. of Excelsior Lodge
will be held this evening at 7:30
Major R. P. Hammond, one of
the Sa:i Francisco police .commis
sioners, is in town.
Nolti: has lost his Gordon setter
dog again, and will give a suitable
reward for its return to him.
Tut! barkentino Ella left San
Francisco, February 2Cth, for this
port, with a cargo valued at $5,8f)0.
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Tin: Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a concert this evening at the
residence of Consul Irwin, Bcrctania
His Ex. Gov. Dominis and Deputy
Marshal Dayton will .not leave to
morrow for their trip of inspection
round this island.
Mn. Adams has been instructed to
sell at auction on tlio lGth, a parcel
of kalo land at Kaluaopalcna, Kallhi,
containing 09-100 of an acic ; terms
Tin: brig W. G. Irwin arrived
this morning 11$ days from Sun
Francisco, with n miscellaneous
cargo of merchandise valued nt
A TKOTTiNG match for a purso of
$450 will take place at Knpioluni
Park next Tuesday afternoon, be
tween the horses Joe Dakc and
rii.. . ' n .'.. .'. - vxki n-j v i ...
Jilt. .1. II. Jewell, n well-known
banker of Mnrysvllle, California, nr
livcd by the Mariposa, ycslcitlay,
nccompniiicd by his wife, 'i'lioy me
staying nt the Hawaiian Hotel.
At the San Fiancisco Stock and
Hotnl Kxoimngc, February 27tli, 100
Hawaiian Commercial Co.'s shares
were hold for 5i).G2 and 100 at
A 8Aii.ni nninod M. Sullivan lias
born arrested for di'scrtmg from the
bnrk Ceylon, eonliaiy toClutpU'rT:?,
Section :l, of tin- Penal Code, lie
will have iv lie.iring lo-inorrrow.
Ox the first page is :v letter on the
ospoit of mangoes, and an oliituaiy
notice of Jolin llabcoek, twin brother
of Pilot Babcoek, of this port. On
the last page, the puzzles for last
Tin: O. S. ! City of Tokio will
be duo on Thursday from San Fran
cisco en route for Yokohama, and
the P. M. S. S. City of Sydney may
be looked for Suuday afternoon from
In the Probate Court, before the
Chief Justice, in the matter of the
csjtate of J. II. Oat, temporary let
ters of administration were ordered
to be issued to J. HI. Onl, Jr.,
under 3 1,000 bond.
His Honor the Chief Justice has
ordered that the report of the com
niissioueis in the estate of the late
James Woods to admeasure dower,
lie confirmed after certain modifica
tions are made theieon.
Tin: Honolulu llille.- will hold a
meeting this evening for the purpose
of amending the constitution and
by laws. Something will probably
be done regarding the now uniforms,
which arrived by the Mariposa.
Ai'i'i.iCATioxs for money orders
on the United States by the S. S.
Mariposa will be received at the
Post-olllce until 8 o'clock Friday
afternoon. The steamer leaves for
San Francisco on Saturday at noon.
Tin: scaled bids for the stock,
book accounts, and assets of the
bankrupt estate of Kennedy & Co.
were opened yesterday at noon.
This afternoon they arc being pi e
scntcd before the Chief Justice in
the Supreme Court for his approval.
Lyons & Levey sold four full-sized
second-hand billiard tablcs.tliis noon.
Mr. Macfie, bought one for $10,
Hon. A. S. Clcghorn two at $20 and
$19, and Mr. Geo. Ross oiyjforS21.
The gentlemen had every occasion
to be well satisfied with their
Some thieves entered the chicken
house of Cnpt. Tripp in the rear of
the prison last evening, and cai
ricd off one very valuable bird. A
gentleman residing on Queen street
also informs us his chicken house
was entered on Thursday night, and
quite a nunber stolen. A pair of
pants was also missed.
Last Thursday Mr. Jaeger ordered
the Bui.i.ktix to be left nt his resi
dence. This was done by the boy
on that round, who left it on the
verandah. A few seconds later a
bold mynah Hew down on to the
verandah, picked the paper up and
was flying off with it, when some
children playing near by noticed it,
and shouting at it caused the bird in
its fright to drop the paper.
Ennnsox's California Minstrels
open Thursday evening at Music
Hall for a season of six nights. The
troupe consistsjof twelve members,
each one an artist in his line, mid a
grand treat is in store for our citi
zens. Seats will bo auctioned off at
Wiseman's general business agency,
Merchant street, to-morrow, (Wed
nesday) at 12 o'clock noon, faharp.
The prico of admission will be SI,
gallery 50 cents.
A nu.i.iAiti) match took place hist
evening at the rcsidenco of Mr. J.
II. l'nty, between Auctioneer Adams
and Manager Joe Tildeu of the
Hotel. They played two strings,
sixty-eight points. The manager
was too much for the auctioneer,
who retired beaten after a close con
test. During the gamo Mr. Tilden
nindo u splendid run of 21 cushion
ji-U.u.iiniU t,,, ,'Hi--iaiti.l j
Conxion ami picture frames mtl6 I
to oidor, the largest nml bet tnck
tif moiiltlliiR'i lo nclcct from in Ilia
Kingdom, ut King llros.' Art Store. H
lHimi it l4lkt',
tWCCnis. A rotiirn Mfltolt should 1m
pl.iyml with hntnnierliitocul of rur-".
then wu feci sure tlio result would lm
lNiot;iiTi:i.Y, Wniklkl N Hono
lulu's fnvoritc summer resort. Tlio
fen bathing is unsurpassed and the
air is good. .Mrs. A. F. Morris has
just leased the pretty seaside resi
dence of Mr. Herbert at that place,
and is prepared to accommodate
puit'tos with board tind lodging. This
iihould attract the attention of those
who are iii.seatch of lost and quiet,
and enable them to fully enjoy
themselves in many ways.
This m 'ii nt St. A1 div. Cnlli -dral,
Mis JetMiii' S.illumn. daughter
of Henry M. Stillmnii, w.n- milled
in innrrlui'o in Mr. II. U. Smytlie,
late lieutenant of the Mounted
Police. The ceremony was performed
by the Bight Bev. Bishop Willis in
the presence of u few immediate
friends. The newly' married couple
leave on the Kinnu this afternoon
for Kolmla their future home. Con
' M.v-Acii:r. Wall, of the Yoseniitci
Skating Rink, announces that here
after Monday, Wednesday, Thurs
day and Saturday nights will
bo open lo the public in general, and
Tuesday and Friday nights to ladies
and their escorts. Saturday after
noons for ladies only. Also that in
the afternoons admission will be
free, patrons only paying for skates,
and in the evenings admission will
be 2f cents with skates free. This
popular resort is one of the attrac
tions, of the oilv.
Lasit evening the nmnioge mid
wedding reception of Mr. Joseph P..
Wiseman and Mits .Alollic ('. Still
look place at the foiiner'i roiidcneo
at Makiki. The grounds weie most
beautifully illuminated with colored
lanterns, and the house was also
tastily decorated. The bridegroom
is well-known in this city as a very
enterprising business agent, and oc
cupied a well-appointed olllcc on
Merchant street, where lie has built
up a largo ,and flourishing business.
The bride, who arrived by the Mari
posa yesterday morning, has been a
teacher in the Turk Street School,
San Francisco, for the past six
years, where she was held in high
esteem, as evinced by the elegant
presents given her by her fellow
teachers before coming to the Is
lands. During yesterday she was
the guest of Mr. and Mis. E. O.
White, the latter being an old school
mate. The ceremony occurred
shortly before eight o'clock, in the
parlor of their futiuc residence,
under a, very elaborate floral bell, in
the prcscnccjof a number of imme
diate friends of the contracting
parties. The ofllcialingl'clcrgyman
was the Rev. J. A. Cruzan, pastor
of Fort Street Church. The bride
was attired in a very handsome
costumo of old gold silk with
diamond ornaments. After the cere
mony the happy couple received the
congratulations of their assembled
friends. Music by a detachment of
the Royal Hawaiian Baud added
much to the pleasure of the occasion.
An elegant supper was served in the
dining room, to which all did ample
justice. Quite an array of costly
presents were displayed on a table
in the parlor. The Bui.i.i'.tix joins
in wishing the newly-married couplo
long life and happiness.
There was a largo attendance at
the meeting of the Privy Council
yesterday afternoon. The following
charters were granted : P. C. Ad
vertiser Company, Moltaonui Sugar
Co., l'apaikou Sugar Co., German
Evangelical Lutheran Church. Holes
were passed for the Hawaiian Sav
ings' Hank. A resolution was passed
giving the Minister of Interior dis
cretion to issuo a retail spirit llccuso
for an' building not being within
COO feet of any church or school, in
the following places : llilo, Kohala,
AVniluku (2), Kauai (2) and Lnlm
ina. A petition in favor of the re
lease of Frank Mullcr, serving sen
tence for perjury, was refused.
Oilier business was transacted of an
HIbiiiiiiiiiiiiii i i i ma Miwa iwmln
BYA.fAl'ANl'Sn who speak Unjj.
lish, a situation where he can
iniiko himself generally
to TUJI at tins omen.
mct ra fq .uijf..HByyi
GripumiE envnv ihe tin.
lO wnlinii Mniid'. In i lu m ill r of
llir Unnkrtlpirx nf ('JH' l.Ol'IC lie
fine Air .luflli e Att'ln.
Chilli I.nek, ilcilni' bo- ' H llnlin.
lulu. Ilruid of Oihu. hiMin: ilut day i
liren niljuillrntPil 1nkim! on lili i,n i
lietlllon. It i hereby ordered Hint nil I
creditor of mid bankrupt eoine In anil
prove llicli rlnlms befoie me, nt my
Clminbcr, In Honolulu, on
Thui'Bitny. .A&nr. tii. iy3.
nt 10 o'clock a. in.,
Ami It It further otdered Unit upon
said tlnv tlio en dllor' do jiroeced to hold
the EIKCTION of an assignee or as.
siguoes oT anld Innkutpt enlnle, and that
limine herenf bupiibllslie'l two times 111
the HitvHtlitin (irmrttr uiid three limes In
the Dait.t Heii.tTi ne' piper-.
D.ilid Hnaoliilu, Mnr. '.m I, 1C-".
11KNM. 11. AUSTIN,
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OX VlNllYAllDST.i.ll Nu mil) ii I5! ,
111 miiiuits will's fio i Po-'-tnmv.
1 have a Charming Cottage of 5 idoiiis
and bath with goodl7.ul lot, tine gar
den nhil Ehndu tvees. Piirniture com.
plete mid new, cost over $"00. A gooil
opportunity for a small family to Invest.
Th Furniture will be told leasonably.
CSf Bcnlal of premises, $20 a month.
Apply to J. K. AA'ISCMAN,
General llusincss Agent.
ilCI lw Campbcirs Hlock.
AGIHL FOB GKNBBAIi HOUSK
AVOHK. Apply through
OSO lw P. O.BOX'U.
rBOM the irsidcnce of MB. XV. S.
i1 LUCK, AVvlie St.. Xuuanii Vnlliy.
a Pcacrek ni.il two Peahen4. An) one
lctorulng them or ghin liifoinis'.tioii
of Ihelr wlieieabmi's will be s'lilaUv
lewnidutl. 001 lw
I.I r ' le
i I lk
-; 1 1
iViL'Ofs; & o JL-JC J&.Z j J
TiiuvKrtsiy, March 12, iSS.
Seatrt will bo sold nt AVisemaii'
ncsday, the lltli, nt 12 o'clock.
GU't Skull llomdds!
liy order of Ileiny It. Macfnrlane, K'q.
1 will oiler at Public Auctio.i,
Saturday, Rflarch 28th,
At 12 noon, nt my Sales llooin,
UtilWKiJ i)t'L-v1oHly clIuOM(l
ofaL Xrlv;il r tSulo.
THOSE SPLENDID J.OTS on the
corner of lJcrctania and I'iikot Sis.,
Subdivided 113 lollows into House Lots,
and at the following upset prices,
f i oin which there can be no deviation.
Lot 1 100 feet by 1.10 feet, Uerctanlu
street ."...Upset prico 1000
Lot L' 100 feet by 150 fee!, Kinnu
street U psel price 51200
Lot a 100 feet by 1.10 feet, llcruttinia
street Upset price ijUOO
Lot -1100 feet by 139 feel, Kinau
Ftreei Upset price $1100
Lot 15 100 feet by 100 feet, lleretinia
street...'. Upset price SM00
Lot C 100 feet by 100 feet, Kinuti
htieel Upset price $1100
Lot 7100 feet by 300 feet, with the
buildings thereon. Upset prico 62100
Lot 8 ICO feet by 100 feet, llereiania
stiect Upset price $1230
Lot 0-100 feet by 100 feel, Young
street Upset price ijOOO
Lot 10 100 feet by 100 loit, Ilerctania
street Upset price $1200
Lot 11100 feet by 100 feet, Young
street Upiet price $000
The upper lots -were purchased by Jlr.
Mucfarlane for a rcnidente, and for the
puipcfco of linpiovumcut, It has hnd
gie.U care and cultivation, so that nt
present it Is well covered by a large
variety of trees, as well as a choice col
lection of plants and llower, all in
Among thu fruit and shade trees will
he found tlm Tiftvoler'a Tree, the Itoyal
Palm, the Wine Palm, the Lemon Tiee,
the Fan Palm, the Coco.inul, the Japan
ese Oranyo, tlio-Poneiamv Itegia, the
.Alaiidiiiin Ouinge, the Pig '1'ice. the
Alligator Pear, tlio Ak'erob i ami others.
In It oscs and I'lowcin there mo a great
vaiiety, which must he htii lobe up.
Water pipes aio hid on In each of
Lots Nos. 1 to 7, Inclusive, and 00 feet
of hoe will icacli any janl of them.
Thcfe lots are situated just in thn centre
of Ktilaokuhiia Plains, on the principal
Kicct leading fiom Honolulu, and are.
within twenty niliiutes' wulK lroin town,
as well as being upon the omnibus
loute to Puliation,
1 shall offer thoni on very favorable
teiniH for imichasers, namely,
OuC'Pninth Cash, and balance in
wpiul payments of one, two, three
and four yenrii, with Interest at 7
per cent., scoured l.y moitgage. '
Tiih division of payments, and low
into of intereM, ullows oiio foriicoin
parath ely Kinitll sum anuiially paid for
four jeais, to bcccAno the owner of a
beautiful homestead lot.
P.ntloi duelling lots must mtil.o eaily
appllcaiimi, as wo shall srll at prhatii
sale lo tho.o who llrst apply.
Pluiu of ihe prnpoity can bo seen at
Deeds at puichager' expense.
K. P. ADAJIS,
017 t tli As b Id Auctioneer.
jiMiir.MWftii iil..tj.siiMwt'm " .rniMj m i.nl w mm
i ' i
Bnt &oofl Honest Talne for liverv Dollar !
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
Since the nrnvtil of the " Alameda,"
WILL BE FOUND VERY COMPLETE
In all my usual Hue variety of fine Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
Men's 3Sools Jlioost sincl Gniteirts
In Great Variety.
. Is ab usual Aery complete.
As to the good qualities of my Gooils the Ladies of our
Islands, Avho haAre patronized this Establishment for 18
years, Avill bear Avilling testimony to them as Avell as
their perfect lit ting.
Boots and Shoes always round in this Establishment. L
have no inducements to offer' but the guarantee of Al
Goods, Avhich Avill be sold
As Low as Consistent with Pmdenee.
Honolulu, March Ctli, ISSS.
California Lime !
FOR SALE liY
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
For Sale oi I.onsc.
Dcseriplion of land on King Street,
L. C. A. 037 to Kuluwivllchun.
BEGIXNING at the west corner of
this adjoining Naniauu and a yaid
belonging to C. Kauaiua, anil running
S. :10' E. 100 links along the lnakal side
of this hoiiRu lot, and to the yard he.
longing to Hal-ail thenco N. 015 E. 105
links loan anuhuu, X. 43 E. 2 chain
along the yaid of Hakau and 31. Keku
anaoa lo the niakai side of King Street,
thence a little to left hand 8 links east
corner maiika of U. Kauahm's lot, S.
4:1 AV". 172 links along C. Kanalna to a
crooked iilaco, thence N. Ol0 W. 100
links along C. Kaiiaiua to C. ICauaiiia's
old yard, thence toward the tea along
the said yard lo placo of commence,
incut. Aica, 22,231 Acres.
The above land In for sale or lease to
a good tenant on easy terms. Apply to
. T. AV. RAWLINS,
Of!) lw Lclco Soap AVorks.
A STKREOPTICOX with 120 views,
XI Lime Lii;ht, Uas llagii, .Ve. In
complete working order, just the thing
for a College or hchool, can ho bought
for onctliird of its value. Apply to
AA'ERV ifc PALSiUR,
Qciieral IJusiness Agents, 00 Fort st.
WR. UUGHANAN has ictlrcd
from the llrm of Lycau & Co,,
of theJliifilo Store, Foil Street, Hono.
lulu, having sold his share and Interest
In tlio business of tho llrm on tlio 17th
dny of February lust, to II. 31. Dow.
AV. It. UUCHANAN.
Honoliilii, 3tnrch 7th. ISiJO. WMjU
MR, II. II. GRANT will please com
municate with C. UroAer& Oo.
by letter. J01 lit
.i-li.J-'JiJu. . ..,:-?, i.iWJ,
IN PRICES L
3EO BEEF !
ron sai.i: nv
FOR SALE UY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
rnilE AVORLD-RENOAVNED leading
.L Fortuneteller, jiift arrivvd from
tlio principal cities hi Europe and North
America, tal-.ei this way to inform tho
public thatsho is to consult in regard to
having revealed the past, present and
future, In her home, No. 127 King-St.
'PIIE UN'DERSKIXED requests that
x. all accounts due him ho bottled by
the 10th Inst., all parties having ac
counts against him will oblige bylcav.
lug Huno at olllro ot the Pacific Hard,
waio Company (Dllllngliam & Co.)
I I onqhilii, March 2d, 16S5. 050 td
Building Lots for Sale.
QKVERAL building lots for sale or
kJ rent nt Kiipaliiina, near the Xluhe.
lowai brldgo, on the Ewa side of tho
louts leading to Auslln'i) estate. Easy
terms. Apply to AV. C. AOHI.
law ollU'0 of W. R. Castle. S37 tf
P. GRAY. M. D,,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Olllce, llrst door west of Library Build
ing. Horns, from ii to 11 a.m., and '2 to 4
ami 7 to 8 p.m. holidays, 'J to 11. a.m.
Residence, cor. Ivinau anil PenBticola.
street, 018 ly
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