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TIIUHSDAY, MARCH 12, 188"..
SUM, MOON AND SEA. "
All lime fiom noon of to-tluy, Mar. 12.
Sun .Sets (! j.
Sun Rises is iu,
Moon Hlni n; i ,
High Tide (smiill) 1 ;jo.
High Tlilo (lmge) 14 00.
WIND AM) Wr.ATIlLll
t!emd Irom lioou of jostorJiiy
MS;Tl?o?ol. Thermometer lli.li..
1 lt I ill. I i:h i 21. I til. I M. I tolSh
Wind, S. llplitjhky, fine; Sea iimclointt'.
" , ARRIVALS.
Sluir C 11 Itleliop from Kauai
Sclir Wnllele from JIallUo
SPlir Waichu from Knloa
Stmr Walfiinnalo from Walmniinln
tT MS MA(
.Slim- Lchua for Windward Ports
Stmr "V G Hall for Wiudwnul 1'oits
.Sclir Ilalcakala for Popcekoo
Sclir Wnllele for JTallko
Sclir Wnielni for Koloa
VESSnLS 111 PORT.
Or Bk Meteor, Casscn
llktno W 11 Dhiioiul, lloudlctt
Bktne Kuirka, Leo
Bk Hope, Pcnuallov
S S Mariposa, llayward
Bgtnc AV G Irwin, Turner
From Kauai, Waialua and Walanac,
per stmr Git Bishop March 11 E W
llolunlku, Judge It I'uuki, J X Kaoao
kalanl, J II English, J Kauhi, C K Ka
hec, and 37 deck.
For Nanaimo per bk CJ O Whltmore,
March 11 J V Youiijr, It Itaghad.
Tlie sehr Wnllele brought 1,208 bags
The sclir Waichu brought 530 bags of
sugar. 24 bbls of molases and 58 nags
The Meteor is in the stream. She re
ceived this morning the cobra brought
by the schooner Jennie "Walker and the
sugar brought by the Wainianalo. Sho
will sail about Monday next.
The stmr C 11 Bishop brought ".00 bgs
of sugar from Wainiea. She nulls on
Saturday at 8 a in for Waianae. Waia
lua, Kilauca and llunnlci.
The Hope will sail for Port Townend
Tho cargo of the W G Iru in will lie
out to-morrow. She will -ail next week.
The W G Hall went on the Marine
Railway this morning to clean and put
on her new propeller. She sails to
morrow at 4 p m.
The ship Melrose will sail for Xanal
mo next week.
The W II Dimond leccived 1.208 bags
of sugar from the schooner Wailcle this
a m. She will tail for San Francisco on
It is reported that the bgtno Hazard
has been chartered to take Chinese from
hero to Mazatlan, Mexico.
Owing to the indisposition of Captain
Kiblln, the schooner Waichu will
make her next trip without him.
Tho S S City of Tokio is expected to
day from San Francisco en route for
Our venerable friend Col Xorrls will
probably leave for San Francisco on
Saturday next per "W II Dimond.
The stmr Lchua sailed at noon this
day commanded by Capt Marchant of
Fort Street. The captaincy of the Le
hua will be offeied to Capt Davis of the
Malolo on his return.
Ono of the ship's boats from the
whaler Atlantic with several of her
crew and some provisions in it, ran foul
of a line luuning from the C O Whit
more to u buoy yesterday afternoon,
aud was turned over, dumpiug sailors
and provisions' into'tho water. The men
wcic picked up more scared than hurt,
mid today, divers will be employed to
look for the vaiious things that went to
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tuesday next will bo St. Patrick's
Rixo up 298 for a box of Florida
Billy" Emerson's minstrels
drive away the blues.
A Jtr.pTiNU of Mystic Lodge, K. of
, will be held this evening at 7:30
The'Y. M. C. A. Geometry and
Algebra class meets this evening at
This evening there will be a socia
ble, in the vestry of the Fort Street
Islanu notes and The Fun of au
Advertisement on our first page, and
latest foreign news on the fourth.
Mmitons and mirror plates, with
or without frames, at King Bros.'
Art Store. 9CC 3t
f,T Florida Lemonade made by the
Cryiital Soda Works is tho finest in
the market. Try it and bo convinced.
This afternoon Justice McCully
will give his decibion in tin Supremo
Court, with regard to the bids for
the dock, etc., of the Hawaiian
K. Hopkins and William Kamana
have been commissioned as special
guards for the Treasury building.
They commence their duties this
Tot.i.r.n Coaster llils nvcnlng.
Tim skating rink will be open this
Mit. .Tunics Williams, Hit? photo
grapher, is slowly recovering from a
nevcio attack of illness.
Tin: O. S. S.city of Tokio is ex
pected hourly from .San Francisco
enroiito for Yokohama.
A nun stalled in a native's house
nt Kikihale this morning, but it was
put out without doing any damage.
Am. persons having claims against
ttio estate of W. II. Wilkinson,
which have been contracted previous
to February Cth, aro requested to
hand ihetn to the assignees before
the Dint Inst.
His Kx. Gov. Dominis and De
puty Marshal Dayton left this morn
ing on a lour of inspection lound
this island. Mr. Luther Wilcox
will act for the Deputy Marshal
during his absence.
Tuesday nest, March 17th, will
be observed ns a national holiday, it
being the anniversary of the birth of
Kaniehamclia III. All Government
ofllces throughout Iho Kingdom, will
be closed on that day.
Mu. A. Montano had quite a fall
ono day last week, while working in
his banana patch, Manoa Valley. He
fractured one of his ribs, compelling'
his confinement to the. house, but
he is able to be out to-day much im
proved. Tuinti: is no place in the city
where you can get better photo
graphs and tin types than at the Sun
Pearl Gallery. Any size can be ob
tained. Mr. Severin the proprietor
has island views and royalty pictures
constantly on hand.
Thkui: has been a large sale of
scats for the opening night of Emer
son's minstrels. The performance
commences at eight o'clock this
evening. The second performance
will take place to-morrow evening.
Tickets at Wiseman's in the morning.
Tin: Post-offlce mail by. the S. S.
Mariposa will close at 10 o'clock
Saturday morning, a late letter bag
at 11.30, for which letters must be
stamped five cents additional. Ap
plications for money orders will be
received until S o'clock to-morrow
In the Police Court this morning
Pekelo, for drunkenness, was fined
87 and $1.40 costs. Ku, Moke
Keau and Kaili, for the same offence,
forfeited bail of SC each. Keahonui,
for disturbing quiet of the night,
was fined SG.
Officers Mehrtcns and Fchlber
arrested last evening a native named
Kanakaolo, with opium in posses
sion. He lives on Miller street, near
Dr. McKibbin's residence. Justice
Bickerton fined hiin this morning
$50 and sent him over tho reef for
FnANii Gertz has just received per
Mariposa a large and fine stock of
boots and shoes for ladies, misses
and gents. They will be sold at the
most reasonable prices. Remember
that his store is on Hotel street,
next to Treglonn's tailoring ostab
ment. The following is the senior crow
of the Honolulu Yacht and Boat
Club at present practising for tho
coming regatta March 28th : Stroke,
J. I. Dowsett, Jr., No. fl, Hay
Wodehouse; No. 4, W. C. Morse;
No. 3, John Markham ; No. 2, John
D. Holt; No. 1, II. M. Whitney. '
In Oahu Priaon there is a nativo
named Xaapuni, who is serving a
life sentence. A Spaniard occupies
the same cell with him at night.
They got gambling in the cell, the
Spaniard winning, whereupon Kaa
puni gave him a good licking. Kaa
puni has been punished by being
placed in u dark cell.
Much amusement was caused
yesterday near Brewer's wharf. A
boat under sail, belonging to the
whaler Atlantic, was taking out a
supply of stores, when Shipping
Master Hart called out for her to
return, as some things had been for
gotten. In turning round suddenly
tho boat was capsized, aud the oc
cupants and stores were thrown into
the water. The boat was soon after
righted, and most of tho stores
Ttir 8. S, City of Toklo had not
been signalled up to !). 10 this p. m.
Mn.F. M.Schonck, an experienced
barber, lato of the Palace Hotel, Snn
Francisco, will open n barber's shop,
Saturday, at No. 84. King street.
Ox Nuitanu Street, between the
first bridge and School Street, there
resides a person who gratifies his
depraved nature by shooting all
valuable dogs that chanoe to stray
through his open gates on to the pre
mises. Thd greatest wonder to the
neighbors is that he has not killed
or wounded some of their children.
The use of fire-arms indiscriminate
ly in such a thickly populated part
of the city ought to be put a stop to
Tun Hoys' Heading Room Asso
ciation held their regular meeting
last evening. The attendance was
smaller than usual. After the meet
ing had been called to order a debate
took place on the subject of " Pro
tection and Free Trade, which ia
better for the United States?"
Messrs. W. F. Lovo and A. Robert
son spoke in favor of protection,
presenting skilful arguments and
going into statistics. On behalf of
free trade, Messrs. F. W. Wood and
W. A. Dower made some strong
points. After tho debate, a vote
was taken, and found to bo in favor
of free trade.
COMPLIMENT TO A JOURNALIST.
The San Francisco Herald of
Trade of February 14th says:
Robert J. Creighton, the well-known
journalist of this city, has accepted
an engagement to proceed to Hono
lulu to take charge of the Advertiser.
Mr. Creighton is a gentleman of large
experience and one of the ablest
writers, especially on commercial
and international topics, we ever had
among us, and is head andsliouldcis
the best American journalist wc ever
sent to the Hawaiian Kingdom. He
will bo a great acquisition to our
Hawaiian friends, and will make a
mark that none of his predecessors
THE NEW " M0RNINC STAR."
Mr. W. W. Hall, agent for the
American Board of Missions, has just
received a colored lithograph of the
new missionary steam barkcnlino
Morning Star. It is 20x14: and
shows off the vessel to great advan
tage. The mainmast is of iron, in
order to use it for a smokestack.
Her gross tonnage is 471.05 tons.
She is built of hack and southern
pine and thoroughly salted through
out all her frame. The length of
keel is ono, hundred and thirty feet,
with 'thirty feet beam and twelve
feet hold. Her propeller is seven
feet in length, with only two blades,
which probably may account or her
ratlier long voyage, as she is 127
daj's out to-day from Boston. Mr.
Hall will receive orders for these
colored lithographs. They arc only
75 cents each. The vessel may be
looked for at this port any time
Last evening, His Ex. tho Minister
of Foreign Affairs gave a dinner at
his residence, Halaaniani, in honor
of the Japanese Consul, Mr. J.
Nakamura, and Consul General
Irwin. The following guc3ts wcro
present : Hi sMajesty the King, Hon.
A. S. Cleghorn, Their Excellencies
Paul Neumann, C. T. Gulick and J.
M. Kupena; Cols. C. II. Judd,
Claus Spreckels and Geo. W. Mac
farlane ; Hon. J. S, Walker, General
Van Buren, Maj. Hammond, Messrs.
J. H. Jewett, W. G. Irwin, Jno.
Austin, S. M. Damon, F. S. Pratt
and R. J. Creighton. The dinner
was served in the large building in
rear of the Music Hall, which vat
most tastily decorated with flowers
and flags. At ono end of the room
was hung a portrait of His Majesty
the King draped on cither sido with
Japanese nnd Hawaiian flags. The
Royal Hawaiian Baud was in attend
ance, and tinder Mr. Berger played
a fine programmo of music. After
dinner the guests inspected a sketch
of a picture, of Japanese at woik in
the cano fields at Spreckelsvillo,
which is being painted by Mr. J. D.
Strong for Consul Irwin. Tho latter
intends to present it to the Emperor
of Japan. The grounds were beauti
fully illuminated with colored lan
terns, During tho evening the band
boys sung several songs, much to
the delight of the guests.
John McCullough, tho tragedian,
shows strong signs of insanity. i
Kdward Arnott, onco an actor of
rare ability, committed suicide in
When will the Honolulu Amateur
Dramatic Society resume its rehears
als and glvo us a acric3 of perform
ances? All the childrou of tho late K. A.
Sotlicrn, of Lord Dundreary cele
brity, havo gone on the stage. The
youngest son is the latest addition
to the Thespian ranks.
Mr. W. M. Kiillcr, of Rochester,
"N. Y., is compiling a dramatic
dictionary. His plan is very compre
hensive, and it is estimated that the
work will contain about '-'0,000
The New York Clipper annual
for 188,", just published, is a work
of unusual value, for, amongst
olhur things, it contains brief biogia
phical sketches of 800 actors and
Different dramatic companies re
turning to Now York, after a moro
or less unsuccessful season, report
the business on the road as greatly
affected everywhere by tho roller
Mr. W. J. Florence has received
from tho Sultan of Turkey tho order
of the Crescent, in recognition of
moneys sent by him to Turkey for
the benefit of tho soldiers wounded
in the Turco-Russian war.
M Parcel of Laai
Klalilii, Oalm !
15y ouler of the owners I am instructed
to sell at public auction,
Momlny, March IGtla, 1885,
Alia o'clock M., , ,,
At my salcsioom, all that certain
Ptti'tel ol" K til o XjUhiI I
Situated at Knlii.topilciui, ICalihi, 11.
and of Oiihu, more pitticularly des
cribed in Itoy.il Patent lfiOO L.C. Award
1219 to I'awan, containing an area of
(J'J-103 of an acre; the lauds are under
pood cultivation; tlieic arc no incum.
brance upon it.
Deed at the Expcnso of Purchaser.
For further particulars apply to Sam.
jr. Knaukai, Attorney at Law. Terms
Cash. E. P. Adams, Auct'r.
March Cth, 183.1. OCiOt
By order of Henry it. Mncfnrlunc, Esq.
1 will-offer at 1'uulic Auction,
Saturday, ftftarch 28th,
At 12 noon, at my Sales Room, .,
XJnlowt jrtvloily dlNpoaod
ot at Private Sale,
THOSE SPLENDID LOTS on the
corner of Berctania and Piikoi Sis ,
Subdivided as lollows into House Lots,
and at the following upset prices,
from which there can be no deviation.
Lot 1100 feet by WO feet, Berctania
street Upset price $1500
Lot 2100 l'eet by 1C0 feet, Kinnu
Mieet Upset price 1200
Lot :! 100 feet by 1G0 ieet. Bcretanin
street Upset price $1400
Lot 4100 feet bv 150 feet, Kinnu
street Upset price $1100
Lot 5100 feet by 150 feet, Berctania
street Upset price $1400
Lot 0100 feet by 150 feet, Kinnu
stitet Upset prlcoSUCO
Lot 7100 feet by S00 feet, with the
buildings thcruon.Upset price 82-100
Lot S 100 feet by 150 feet, Ueietanla
street Upset price $1250
Lot 0 1C0 feel by 150 feet, Youne;
street Upset price 900
Lot 10100 feet by 150 teet, llerotania
street Upset price 91250
Lot 11100 feet by 150 feet, Young
street Upset price $900
The upper lots weic purchased by Mr.
Macfarlanc for a residence, and for tho
purpose of improvement, tt nas nan
gieat care and cultivation, so that at
present 11 is well covered by a large
variety of ticcs, us well as a choice col
lection of plants and Uowcis, all in
Among the fruit and shade trees will
be found tho Traveler's Tree, the Hoyal
Palm, the Wlno Palm, tho Lemon Tree,
tho Pan Palm, the Cocoanut, tho Jupun
eso Orungc, tho Ponclana Hcgia, the
Mandarin Orange, tho Pig Tree, the
Alligator Pear, the Algeroba ondothem.
In Koses and Flowers there aro a great
variety, which inutt bo seen to be ap.
Water pipes aro laid on iu each of
Lots Nos. 1 to 7, inclusive, aud CO feet
of hose will reach any part of tlicm.
These lots aro situated just iu the centre
of ICuluokahua Pluins, on the principal
street leading from Honolulu, and are
within twonty minutes' walk from town,
as well as being upon tho omnibus
route to Puunliou.
I shall offer them on very favorable
terms for purchasers, namely,
One-Fourth Cash, and balance in
equal payments of one, two, three
and four years, with intercut nt 7
per cent., secured by mortgiige.
TliU division of payments, and low
rate of interest, allows ono for a coin
paiftlivtly small sum annually paid for
four yours, to becoiuo tho owner of a
beautiful homestead lot.
Parties desiring lots must make early
application, as wo shall sell nt private
wile to those who llrbt apply.
Plans of the property can ho wen at
Deedi at puicliaser's expense.
E. P. ADAMS,
017 t th & s Ul Auctioneer.
But M Honest Value for Every Dollar!
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
Since the arrival of tho " Alameda,"
WILL BE FOUND VERY COMPLETE
In all my usual fine variety of fine Boots, Shoe3 and Slippers.
IMCeix's Boots, Shoes aud O-aiter
In Great Variety.
THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT
Is as usual very complete.
As to the good qualities oi' ray Goods the Ladies, of our
Islands, who have patronized this Establishment for 18
years, will bear willing testimony to them as well, an
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 6th, 1885.
For Sale or JLca.se.
Description of land on King Street,
L. C. A. 037 to Kuluwailchua.
BEGINNING at tho west corner of
this adjoining Namauu and a yard
belonging to O. Kanaina, and runnine;
S. 80' U. 109 links along the makai side
of this house lot, und to tho yard be
longing to Ilakau thence N. 63 E. 105
links to an anahua, N. 43 E. 2 chains
along the yard of Hakau and M. KcUu
nnaoa to the maknl side of King Street,
thoncon little to left hand Q links east
corner minima of C. Kanaina's lot, S.
4'J W. 172 links along C. Kaiinina to a
crooked place, tlienee N. 51 AV. 133
links aloug C. Kanaina to U. Kanaina's
old yard, thence toward the tea along
the baid yard to place of commence,
ment. Atca, 22,281 Acres. On tho Ka
walahao sido of Government nouco,
and back of Mr. noppcr, .Ir.'s residence.
Tho above land la for salo "or lease to
a good tenant, on easy terms. Apply to
T. AY". HA.WLINS,
0C1 lw Lcleo Soap Works,
Jt., FRESHING, HEALTHFUL
According to the highest and best niedi.
Manufactory, : : : No. 13 Eillha SUl
P. O. Rox, 373. Telephone, 28L
jaajrAH orders rccolvo prompt attention.
WEOTER & CO.
OS 1'OItT KTItIXT,
Have on hand New Foreign and Home
Watohos, Bracelets, Nocklols,
Pins, Lookots, Clocks,
Ami Ornaments of all klndf.
Silver and Gold Plato.
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Seta
Suitable for Presentation.
KuKravluc mid Xatlvo Jew Iry
Repairing In all its branches.
EST Solo Ancntj for King's Evo Protorvor.
IN PRICES !
CANNED BEEF !
FOU SALK nv
H., Hackfeld & Go.
FOR' SALE BY
rflHE WORLD-RENOWNED leading
X Fortune-teller, just arrived from
the principal cities in Europe and North
America, takes tbit way to Inform the
public that she is to coniult in regard to
having revealed the past, present and
future, in her home, No. 137 King St.
THE UNDERSIGNED requegts that
all accounts due him be settled by
the Kith Inst., all parties having ac.
counts against him will oblfgu by leav.
ing same at ofllce ot the Pacific Hard,
wnro Company (Dillingham & Co,)
Honolulu. March Sd, 1885. 95'J td
Building Lots for Sale.
SEVERAL building Jots for palo or
rent at Kapalnma, near tho Nluhe,
lounl bridge, on the Ewa side of the
lano leading to Austin's estate. Easy
terms. Apply to W. O.AOHI,
Law ofllco of W. R. Castle. 887 tf
13 P. GRAY. M. D., "
X t PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ofllce, 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, 9 to 11 tun, .
Residence, cor. Kinau and Pcusacola
streets. 918 ly