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Eli gntty i UMin,
WEDNESDAY, MARCH tl, 1885.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All timo f i om noon of to-day, Mar. H.
Sim Sel o S.
Hun UUlm 18 it.
Moon Rln' ;t -jo,
High Tide (small) o 30.
High Tldu (largo) 00.
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Vi'lnd, S. llsht i Sky, flno; Pen lmitlcinlc.
,. . ARRIVALS.
Mtnir das Makoo tinin Kii11.1l
,., , ,, DEPARTURES.
Mm oh 11
SolirJaoA llunilllon for Hip Aictle
SehrMary Koiur for Kaalualu
Schr Luka for Kohohilolo
Si'lirLcalil for ICtikai.iu
BkCO Whltnioie for I'oil Towneend
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stiur Lolma for Windward Ports
VESSELS IN PORT.
Gr Bk Meteor, Caseu
Bktuc WII Ulinond, lloudlctt
Bk Hope, Pculiatlow
S S Msulpoea. llnywaul
Jtgtno W 0 lrwln, Turner
from ICona, Kan and Mnalaea per
-tmr W G Hall, Clinch 10 ,7 G Clcvlor,
G W C .Tones. Airs A HI Mollis, Mi 70
Saulu, (J Wall, wife and on. Hon D H
Nahinu, W S Maxwell. E It Bivcns, K
Hutchinson, Ten Tookce and 7!! deck.
For Walmca, Koloi and Kcknha per
.tmr Planter. Mar 10 G- II Dole, wife
and II children, Mrs A 8 Wilcox, It A
Maellc, .Jr.. A E K Swift audi: 7,
Fol Ilniuakiia. per stinr Iwalnnl, Mar
10 F A Sehaefcr. Hon J j: Bush, Capt
J Ross, Hon J 7v ICaimaniaiio, MKs
Winter, A Irvine and 27 (leek.
Till1 WHDinionil iccelved sugar fiotn
The whaler Mary & Susan has ai rived.
. The W G Hall will iceeive her new
The W G Irwin will haul along Mdo
the Hall lo-iuonow to dlseliaigc the
vaemun pan for Ivan.
The stinr W G 71all brought 3.208 bgs
of sugar. 41 bags of coffee, 150 bags of
awa, 110 hides and 2S head of cattle.
Capt Bates leports fine wpather.
The G O Whitmoie has linished dis
cliaiging. All the scams 011 licr top
sides liavo been lecaulkcd. She sails
to-nioirow for PortTownsend in ballast.
Ca))t McDonald having lesigncd his
position as master of the stinr Kilauea
Hou, has been succeeded by Capt Wise
bath of the Lchua.
Capt Andrews, so-111-law of Air W
Gieig, takes command of the schooner
Jennie Walker. She will sail about
Tuesday next for learning's Islands.
Three of four whalers that have not
ai rived here yet .11 c daily expected,
There aie several whalers off port,
among whicli aie Flcctwing, Ohio,
Abiaham Baiker and Alary is Susan.
The last named vessel sails this evening
for- the Aictic. The Fleetwing sails to
morrow, aud the others are liable to go
at any time.
.LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
No Roller Coaster this evening.
Emerson's Minstrels to-morrow
Messrs Brewer & Co, advertise
for a luna.
A woman is utlvoitiscd for to look
after an invalid.
The Yoscmitc Skating Rink will
be open to-night.
Mn, Adams will hold his regular
cash gple at his salesroom to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock.
Bili.y Emerson's minstrels at the
Music Hall to-morrow night. Seats
A number of Mr. Bcrger's band
boys will play for the performances
by Emerson's Minstrels.
We call the attention of the public
to the new advertisement of the
United Carriage Company.'
Mirrors and mirror plates, with
or without frames, at King Bros.'
Art Stove. 9CC 3t
II. R. II. Princess Likclike holds
her usual weekly reception to-morrow
afternoon at her residence, Waikiki.
Have you tried the "Florida
Lemonade" made at the Crystal
Soda Woiks? If not, do so at once.
At 10 o'clock to-morrow Lyons
& Levey will sell household furni
ture at the residence of Mrs. Titzell,
No. 124, Queen Street.
On our first page will bo found
a letter from a farmer on land set
tlement; also an ai lido on silver.
Latest foreign news on the fourth
Noete's lost Gordon setter dog
returned home to tho Casino last
evening, but has gone again. Wonder
whether the animal finds it lonesome
Tun usual services will bo held at
Fori Street add Bethel Union
Churches this evening nt 7:30
Mu. ,1. W. Ilinglcy will receive
orders and receipt, for all mony duo
Chailcs Smith, during his absence
from his place of business.
Luntvn sei vice at SI. Andrew's
Cathedral this evening at 7:00
o'clock, when the Rev. (loo. Wal
lace will deliver a slioit address.
Tun names of the young boys who
got into the Gyniinasium last week
and damaged the furniture, aie all
known. It has not been decided as
yet whether anything will bo done
The following gentlemen have
been elected nlllcers of the Honolulu
Iron Woiks Company: President,
Theo. II. Davics; Treasurer, Thos.
Rain Walker; Secretary, F. M.
Swanzy ; Auditor, W. L. Green.
Messrs. Ilackfcld & Co have just
received a splendid lot of California
canned fruits, such as apricots,
cherries, gooseberries, currants,
peais, grapes, and also a quantity of
A you.vi; boy named Berenaba
Pcri'3', eight years old, was commit
ted to the Reformatory School this
morning for two j'ciirs. He has been
rather a tioutlesomc young customer
and would not attend school.
A sermon in English will be
preached at the Roman Catholic
Cathedral next Sunday morning at
10 o'clock, by the Right Rev. the
Bishop of Olba. The subject will
be taken from the gospel for the
The regular meeting of the Boys'
Reading Room Association will be
held this evening at 7:110 o'clock.
After the usual business has been
transacted, a debate will take place
on the following subject: "Protec
tion or Free Trade ; whicli is better
for the United States?"
The regular monthly meeting of
Geo. W. Dc Long Post, G. A. R.,
was held last evening. Samuel Nott,
Post Commander, tendered his re
signation, which was accepted with
regret, and resolutions were adopted
to that effect. Mr. Nott intends
leaving for the States shortly.
Consul-general Irwin gave a
dinner party last' evening at his resi
dence on Beretania street, at which
were present: His Majesty the King,
their Excellencies W. M. Gibson,
Paul Neumann, C. T. Gulick, and
John M. Kapcna, the Japanese Con
sul, Mr. J. Nakamura, Hon. A. S.
Cleghorn, Cols. C. II. Judd and
Clans Spreckels, and Mr. W. G.
Four drunks in the Police Coiut
this morning had to pay SC each.
A man named Pekelo pleaded not
guilty to the same offence, and was
remanded until to-morrow. Mr.
Sullivan, for deserting from baik
Ceylon, was remanded ilntil moved
on. The case against Ah Sec for
violating express rules was discon
tinued. Ah Leo, for larceny of two
fowls, pleaded not guilty and was
remanded until the 12th.
The Police Court was crowded
with Chinamen yesterday to hear
five of their countrymen tried on a
charge of perjury. After hearing
evidence the' were all discharged.
Six more for gaming were fined $5
each. Two drunks added $1G to the
ticasury. Ah Tong, larceny of $fi
from a native, was sent over the reef
for five months. Ah See, for violat
ing express rule No.C, was remanded
until the 1 1th.
Mr. W. -B. Davenpoit, general
passenger agent in San Francisco of
tho Oceanic Steam Ship Co., hns
just issued a most beautiful little
book entitled. "A Trip to Hawaii,"
by Charles Warren Stoddard. It is
got up by the Schmidt Label aiitt
Litho. Co., and is full of illustrations
of different views on the islands,
and replete with information. A
few copies have arrived by tho Ma
riposa, but more arc expected by the
The Anglican Church Chronicle
says: "The Principal of tho Royal
School is in the habit of giving out
a thought to the upper classes for
tho boys to expand in English com
position) On a recent occasion he
asked them to express their idca9 on
rlmiiin. A ft or nvnlnlnltur that thn
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clouds wore an evaporation of vapor ,
and watery particles caused by
evaporation, and expatiating on the
different colors, oven alluding to
Mr. S. E. Bishop's theory of after
glow, he linished Ihc composition
by the remark : "The clouds seem
to liiu to be the walls which hide
from my view the throne of our
A STARTLED KAMAAINA.
A man by the name of Brown,
who left our sunny shores sonic
years ago, and who lcturncd by the
Mariposa, was stiolling down Foit
sticct ycstciday, when he chanced to
meet Jonos, one of his former ac
quaintances. Brown was surpiisc.d
to see him attired in a dress suit,
with a $ilk hat and a big diamond
pin on his shit I front, so he enquired :
" Been to a funeral to-day?"
" Why, bless you, uo."
"No! I sec you have got your
best clothes on ; have you given up
tho sugar plantation?"
" Sugar plantation ! I should say
bo. I am running a skating rink
down tho street."
" AVhero is your son Dickey?"
" Oh, he's limning a rink."
" And your daughter Phoebe?"
" She is skating under the man
agement of Davis, the Honolulu
fancy lollor skater."
"And your wife?"
" Oil, she has skipped out with
Prof. Covvie, an instructor I hired
when I first opened the rink."
" What 1ms become of Parson
"He has resigned fi 0111 the min
istry 1 and is now a fancy skater."
" Who is pleaching in his phwor"
"Mr. Osea,r has been, buthas given
" Who's there now ?"
" Nobody! What's the matter?"
" Church is turned into a 1 ink."
" You don't say so."
" Whore's M. Zcno, the grocery
man?" " He went out of business a short
time ago ; he is now running the
soda fountain at the rink."
" Where's Aunt Ettie and Deacon
" Why, dang it, they are travel
ling on the other Islands, doing the
old man and woman business act on
skates. 1 tell you they are im
mense." "Say, Dan, what has become of
your friend Green?"
" Why, he is teaching a class of
bushy-headed maidens to skate.
" Great heavens ! I never thought
this would come to pass. He was
cut out for a minister. Say, Dan,
what became of your dog Carlo?"
" Darned if the dog didn't get the
fever, and one day sneaked in be
hind the place where I keep skates
to hire, put on a pair and rolled out
on the lloor, just as nice as any
human being, when all of a sudden
his hind pair of skates got mixed up
with his tail, which tripped hiin up
and he fell and broke his neck. Poor
" I can't help crying when I think
of his sad and tragic fate."
"Isthero anybody in town that
docs not skate?"
"Where are they?"
" At the roller coaster."
Part of the uniforms for thb abovo
corps arrived by the Mariposa. The
privates have received their coats,
pants, and fatigue caps. The uiii
foims for the commissioned officers
will be here by the Alameda. Four
nickel-plated drums for the drum
corps also arrived. The coats mo
of army blue with red facings, the
pants of light blue with a red stripe
about an inch and a half wide. Tho
fatigue caps are very nobby-looking.
These en the outfits have been made
by the firm of Plate & Co., San
Francisco, and for specimens of
superior work cannot' be excelled.
Everything is well made, tho coats
arc light and paiticularly suited to
this climate. The firm is to bo highly
congratulated on the excellent man
ner in which they have turned out
these uniforms. Mr. Harry Plate,
the head of the firm, will arrive by
the Alameda on the 28rd with the
balance of thc uniforms, Home of
the boys were trying them on last
evening and are highly gratified at
tho way llioy fit. Wo expect to sco
in n few dnj s quite an addition of
now membors, now that tho long
dclaycd uniforms hac arrived. Every
young man in town should belong to
the Honolulu Rillcs. P.cforc closing
this notico wo should liko to say a
few words to tho fair sex. The
Honolulu Rillcs have got their uul- J
fouus. Now, ladies, tho next thing ,
they requite arc some silk colors.
KINGS' OWN VOLUNTEERS.
Mr. L. B. Kerr has just finished
making uniforms for the Kings' Own
Volunteer guauls. Tho coat is daik
blue with rod li burnings, and the
pants ure while. They aie most
beautifully made and fit liko a book.
By the Maiiposa. the helmets, belts,
swords, etc., have been leceived
from the Tcttibone Manufacturing
Co., Cincinnati. The helmets are
of coik, white with gold trimmings,
and a monogram in front suunountcd
by a ciown. Those for the olliccis
arc very handsome, indeed, tho
whole of the accoutrements aie of
superior order. His Majesty in
spected them this morning and ex
pressed himself as veiy much
NEW ORLEANS EXPOSITION.
Ifis Excellency the Minister of
Foreign Affairs has received a letter
from the Hon. Dr. J. Mott Smith,
Hawaiian Commissioner to the New
Oilcans Exposition, of which the
following is an abstract:
"The Hawaiian exhibit is now in
place, and as arranged it makes a
fair and interesting show. As a
description will haidly convey to
your mind its appearance, it is my
purpose to have photographs taken
to send on. It diaws many visitois,
keeping the attendant veiy busy an
swering questions and imparting in
formation about our islands. I have
been surprised with the many per
sons who ask about the King, say
ing they have either met or seen him
during his visits to this countiy.
The photographs of him, ns of mem
bers of the Royal Family, arc tho
first things which command atten
tion. "After much running from one
olllcc to another, I was told to pre
pare a list and send it in ; and hav
ing done so, the printer called on
me shortly after and said he must
be paid for all the prefatory state
ment whicli I had made, as well as
for explanations of the articles
themselves, his contract with the
management calling only for bare
names. In the official catalogue,
therefore, will only appear a list of
the articles in our exhibit. I shall
do what other exhibitors arc doing
namely, write up what facts and
information may be deemed advis
ablo to give the public, have it
printed in a small pamphlet, and
kept in our place for gratuitous dis
tribution. Many visitors ask for
such a pamphlet to take with them."
The sale of privileges of scats for
the season of six nights took place
at noon at Wiseman's office. The at
tendance was large, llerr Levey, of
Lyons & Levey's auction troupe, did
the knocking down business. At
fust the audience did not understand
the manner of sale, but Mr. Emerson
soon afterwards explained all, and a
large number of privileges have been
.sold. At D o'clock to-moirow morn
ing, seats can be obtained at Wise
man'. Tho admission will be 81
with 50 cents additional for reserv
ing. The front row upstairs will be
reserved, The troupe opens to
morrow night and it is quite evident
theio will be a very full house,
There aro many little matters
which enter into good manners,
which must bo fco learned as to bo
habitual, if Ave practiso them at all.
For example, manners at table in
volve certain forms of eating, the
jlisposal of hands, the observance of
acts of politcncbs, all of which should
bo constantly piactised, in order to
become natural. So in general
society, tho art of being agiceablo
involves great delicacy and tact.
Too much or too boisterous conver
sation ; a frigid or uninteiestcd man
ner; lack of agreement in the discus
bion of topics, tho assertion of per
sonal peculiarities, and much else,
aro entirely out Of order.
jFUOM the Casino, a Gor.
Ufrr don Better Dog. Any on 0
JWL returning tho samo to
-XJbttissNolto'a Beaver Snloon will
bo suitably rewarded. 10041
NO REDUCTION IN PRICES !
Bit Good Honest Mus for Every Dollar
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
Since the arrival of the " Alainuda,"
WILL BE FOUEMD VERY COMPLETE
In all my usual fino variety of lino Hoots, Shoes and Slippers.
3JCen" X5oots, liocs auacl 3-aiter
In Great Variety.
TEE LADIES' DEPARTMENT
Is as usual very complete.
As to the good qualities of my 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 offer but the guarantee of Al
Goods, which will be sold
As Low as Consistent with Prudence.
Honolulu, March Cth, 1SS5.
FOU SALE BY
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
1'or Snle or IjCiihc.
Description of lsind 011 Krtip Street,
L. C. A. 037 to Kuluwailchun.
BEGINNING at tho west comer of
this adjoining Namauuaml 11 yard
hclonpins to C. Kuimina, and i mining
S. !!3' i:. 10U links alontf tho mnkui Bide
of this house lot, and "to tho yard bo.
longing to llakau theneo N. 51) K. 105
links to an analiua, N. 43 E. 2 chains
along tho yard of llakau and H. Kcku
aiifion to the makni hiJo of King Street,
tlicnco a little to left huud 8 llukti cant
corner inniiku of C. Kaiuiina's lot, S.
4;t W. 172 links along C. Kannlim to 11
crooked placo, tlicnco N. 01 W. l!!:i
links along C. Knmiiim to O. Kanalim's
old yard, thence toward thu fea along
the nald yard to place of commence
ment. Aiea, 22,231 Acres.
Tho oliovo land in for (sale or leuso to
a good tenant on easy terms. Apply to
T. W. lUWLINS, .
DIM lw Leleo Soap Works.
Cottage to Rent and Furni
ture for Sale.
ON VINEYARD ST.,ou"Nuiiaiiu St.,
10 minutes walk from Post-Oflko.
I liavo a Charming Cottago of 5 ropins
mid hath with good sized lot, lino gar,
den and ehndc trees. Fuinlturo com.
plete and new, cost over $700. A good
opportunity for a Kinall family to linust.
The Fin nltiiTu will bo bold reasonably,
rgy Rental of premises, $20 a month.
Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent.
001 lw Campbell's Block.
FROM tho residence ,of MR. W. S.
LUOD, Wyllo St., Nuuanu Vulky,
a Peacock aud two Peahens. Anyone
returning them or giving information
of their whereabouts will bo suitably
rewarded. 061 lw
IED BEEF !
FOR BALK HT
H. Hackfeld & Co.
FOR SALE BY
M. Hackfeld & Co.
rpili: WORLD-RENOWNED leading
X rortimo-tcller, just arrived from
Iho principal cities In Europouud North
America, takes this way to Inform the
nuhlio that sho is to consult in rogard to
having revealed the past, present and
future, in her homo, No. 127 King 8t.
rPlIE UNDERSIGNED requests that
L all accounts due him bo settled by
tho l.ltli iust., all parties having uo.
counts against him wjll obllgo by lcav.
lug same at oillco of the Pacific Hard,
waro Company (Dillingham & Co.)
Honolulu. Mm rrli 2d, 18S5. 0S9 td
ISuilrting Lots for Sale.
SEVERAL building lots for sale or
rent at lvapahima, near the Niuho.
luwai bridgo, on the Ewu side of tho
Inno leading to Austin's estate. Easy
terms, Apply to W. C. ACHI,
Iitw oillco of V. R. Castle. 887 tf
T P. GRAY. M. D., '
X . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ofllcc, first door west of Library Build
ing. Hours, from 0 to 11 a.m., and 2 to 4
and 7 to 8 p m. Sundays, 0 to 11 a.m.
Residence, cor, Klnau aud Pcnsacola. '
streets. 048 ly