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FMDAY, AlAKCll 18, 188B.
SUH, MOOtl AND SEA. "
All llmo from noon ot to-day, Mnr. 111.
SuuSpI 0 U.
Buu HIko 13 111.
MoonRIi"s " 10 -II.
High Title (small) 2 00.
High Ttdo (largo) 14 30.
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Iteeoirt liotn noon of joHtouluy
At hen l.aul.
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Wind, h. llijhti 8Uy, cloudy;
till llSli ItnlJh
roo l cno u.oo
Slmr Tn Makco from JCnital
Mm oh 13
Schr Emma from Koolau
Schr Muuuukawai from Koolau
Stinr W Q Hall for Windward Por
Sohr Wailclc for Mallko
Schr Walclni for Koloa
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
S S Mariposa for S V
Bktnc W II Dlmond for S F
Stmr C H ltihop for Kauai
Schr llaleakala for I'oprckoo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Or Ilk Meteor, Ca"eti
Bktno W II Dlmond, Houdlett
Bktuc Etneka, I.cc
Ilk Hope, l'cnliallow
Bgtno W C5 Irwin, Turner
S (-5 Mariposa, Iliiywaul
The following passenger are hooked
to leave by the Matiposa to-morrow:
Mis A Morgan and daughter. II C Land
Men, Mrs L FiezUo, Mis C W Eldicdge
and ohlld. Mis S V Smith, E I'nrlildgp,
wife and 2 children. W E Adams, and
wife. A Elders, S W Wilcox, Mrs E
Winthrop, Mr and Mis "Vr M Sloes. Mis
S K Sloc, Mrs Mollis and child, Mrs
Small, Mn U AV Ncwth, Mis A McGre
gor. Mrs AV J Robinson, Mr? T L Kills,
Sirs Thunian and child.
' SHIPPING NOTES.
The T) C Murray will finish discharg
ing this afternoon. She will sail for
San Francisco about Monday next.
Five wh.deis wcie reported off poit
All the whalers now off pott will .-ot
sail to-morrow for the Aictic.
The ehnr .las Makec brought 2,075
hags of sugar. She sails on Monday 5
The schr Jennie Walker is docked
near the fish market loading for Tan
The Kurcka is in the stream being
The ship MeIroac sails on Tuesday
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Suixctions will bo found on our
first and fourth pages.
Tiiure willbe music at the skating
rink this evening.
Tin: roller coaster
running this evening.
will not be
"Yoirso People's Prayer Meeting
at the Bethel Union Church this
Mmitoit? and mirror plates, with
or without frames, at King Bros.'
Art Store. 9GC Ot
Emurson's minstrels make their
second appearance at Music Hall
Comu, brace up, Billy Emerson,
nnd let us have a good performance
A ooon reliable partner with a
little cash for a good paying cash
business, is advertised for.
The regular monthly meeting of
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of II., will
be held this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
A Tan: hearing of the bankruptcy
case of Kennedy & Co. has been
postponed until Monday at 2 o'clock.
made by the
Crystal Soda Works is the
the market. Try it and be convinced.
.The Koyal Hawaiian
give its usual concert
Square to-morrow afternoon at 4.30
IttwEMW'.n that Horn has always
on hand the finest stock of candies
in town ; also pastry of every des
cription. Messiis. Wolfe & Edwards the
grocers, it should be borne in mind,
receive large additions to their stock
by every steamer,.
Tih: King of Porto Novo, on the
Gold Coast, is said to have 1,000
wives. Just fancy having 1,000
' What with tho sale of season
tickets and what was taken in last
evening, tho proceeds from tho
minstrel entertainment amounted to
little over 8 1,000. The show wasn't
worth a sixteenth part of that.
Lyons & F.ovcy linil n large attend
ance nt their regular cash snlu this
morning, mid an unusual amount of
goods were disposed of.
Tin: L M. M.K.Ciiy of Sydney
may bo looked for any time after
Sunday noon, from the Colonics on
route to San Francisco.
Tin: Kiiiau may he looked for
earlier limit usual to-morrow morn
ing, 5.0 ni to conned with the Mari
posa which leaves at nonn.
Tin: S. S. Mariposa sails at noon
to-morrow for San Francisco, with n
cargo of about 2,000 tons of sugar
and rice, and 2,500 bunches of ba
nanas. To-.moiikow the Jury for the April
term of the .Supreme Couit will bn
drawn by the Clerk, Mr. William
Foster, in presence of the Chief
The regular monthly meeting of
the Myrtle Boat Club "will be hold
this evening at the boat house at
7:30 o'clock. Kvcry member is
requested to attend.
A sit.ciai. Lenten service will be
held at St. Andrew's Cathedral tliia
evening at 7 :!50 o'clock, when the
Tlishop will deliver an address on
the repentance of Peter.
As we go to press the O. S. S.
City of Tokio is ten miles off Wai
manalo. The Hon. John Cummins
telephoned the news fiom Waiinn
nalo to the central office.
In its to-day's engagements the
Guide gives :i list of cases which
occupied tho attention of the Supreme
Court about a month ago and have
all been disposed off.
Cius. Ilustace looked happy yes
terday when we passed his grocery
store on Kins Street, and well he
might, for he has just received a
splendid stock of new groceries and
other goods in his line.
His Excellency the American Min
ister and Mrs. Daggett left yester
day, for a tour round this Island.
They accompanied His. Ex. Gov.
Dominis and Deputy Marshal Day
ton. The whole parly expect to
.Two natives, imbibing too much
gin, were fined $G each in the Police
Court this morning. A young native
boy, for disobedience to his parents,
received one of Justice Bickerton's
fatherly lcctuies and was then sent
Tnc Guide states this morning
that "Next Thursday will be the
17th of Ireland; it will also be ob
served as the birthday of Kamoha
meha." Look out, neighbor, or
else 3 on will have St. Patrick after
Mu. S. W. Wilcox, Sheriff of
Kauai, leaves on tho Mariposa to
morrow for the States. He will pro
ceed as far as Chicago, returning
towards the latter end of April with
Mrs. Wilcox, who is at present in
It is generally the case with com
panies that come here, they think
any kind of a performance will do
for this out-of-the-way place. In
this they make a great mistake, for a
Honolulu audience is a critical one,
and will not tolcrato anything but
what is good and well carried out.
The regular monthly social of the
Fort Street Church was held last
evening in the vestry of the Church.
'l!ho attendance was not so large as
usual, still those present had a very
good time. Miss Castle pla3rcd
sonic fine selections on the piano ;
and excellent refreshments were
In the Supreme Court this morn
ing, the will of the late Dr. Damon
was admitted to probate. Mr. S. M.
Damon was appointed exector, under
a bond of 85000. In the matter of
bankruptcy of Chun Lock, claims
were proved to the amount of 2,
310.98. Mr. W. L. Hopper was
appointed assignee under a bond of
-' ... i
We have before us a copy of the
twenty-second annual report of tho
British and Foreign Marine Insur
ance Company, Limited, of which
Messrs. Theo. II. Dnvies & Co. are
the Honolulu agents. This company
is in si most flourishing condition.
The premiums taken for the current
yenr amount to 305,253 4s. Od.
nnd tho claims settled to ir3,0D9
17a. fid. leaving a net halnlicc, nfler
deducting expenses of 199,528 17s.
ad. at tho credit of underwriting
henry Irving, tho groat actor, is
playing in the State with the great
est success. The financial results
are astonishing. Dining a four
weeks' engagement in New Yoik,
870,000 wa taken, and 805,000 at
Chicago for tho same length of time.
Tho Chief Justico filed decisions
yesterday in three very important
cases, which wc give below :
John McKcaguc by his guardian
T. A. Lloyd vs. Alex. Kennedy.
Bill to cancel a mortgage from plain
tiff to defendant securing the pur
chase of one quarter interest of
Hccia Sugar Co. Chancellor J mid
finds that undue influence and ad
vantage had been taken of Mc
Keaguc in his weak condition of
mind, and decrees that the mortgage
M. S. Grinbaum & Co. vs. Ileoia
Sugar Co., C. M. Cooke, II. Mac
fnrlanc & Co. and Alex. Kennedy.
Bill in equity by Grinbaum & Co. to
foreclose the Hccia Sugar Co., and
claiming priority of their mortgage
over Macfarlane & Co. Chancellor
Judd in his opinion decrees against
the bill, and makes a decrco of fore
closure in accordance with law and
principles enunciated, nnd a refer
ence is made to a master to ascer
tain tho amounts due on the several
IL A. Macfic vs. II. Ilackfeld &
Co. BUI to recover $8,l(io.77 from
defendants, of items in account cur
rent, claimed by plaintiff on basis of
his understanding of the contract of
sals of Kilauca Sugar Co. Chan
cellor Judd finds that plaintiff under
that contract is entitled to SG,72!UG
of items claimed.
LAST NIGHT'S ENTERTAINMENT.
Music Hall was packed last even
ing with an audience assembled to
witness the first performance of
Emerson's California Minstrels.
Shortly after eight o'clock the pro
gramme was opened by the orches
tra playing an overture, after which
several ballads and comic songs
were sung bjr the various members
of the troupe. Chas. Cogill's ren
dering of "The Hungry Man," was
very amusing, and created much
laughter. Messrs. Holland and
Clark each sang their selections with
much taste, both having very good
and pleasing voices. There was the
usual amount of- jokes, but one or
two might have been left out. The
local hits, which are generally look
ed for, were very scarce. Why
Billy Emerson did not sing his med
ley, or appear in his specialty as
"The Dude," we are unable to say.
Certainly it was a disappointment to
the audience, and he has not gained
any friends. If he was not able to
appear, the audiqnee should have
been notified. Stanley and Pixley
were very amusing in ineir niriing
specialty. Walsh and King mado
tho hits of the evening in their
unique clog dancing and were most
deservedly encored. The audience
was in entire sympathy with the
Cogill Bros., who gave a very laugh
able specialty entitled "Chit Chat,"
introducing songs and dances. The
programme was concluded with tho
sickest lot of bosh wc have ever seen
on any stfige. They called it
"Tickle Mo." Certainly it did not
tickle tho audienoe. Tho orchestra
consisted of somo of tho band boys
under tho direction of Mr. C. W.
Eeinhart, and under the circum
stances they did good work.
ASSAULT AND BATTERY.
dipt. Kalb, of the ship Melrose
now in port, was charged in the
Police Court this morning with as
sault on J. McFiulilcn, cabin boy on
the biimc ship. The latter appeared
in court with a couple of fearfully
black eves, ill fact his whole faco
was black and blue, and he looks as
if he had had a regular good pound
ing. McFadden stated he went into
the cabin early Tuesday morning to
get his clothes. The Captain ordered
him out, and, as ho did not get out
quick enough to suit him, knocked
him down and kicked him, for which
he had him arrested.
Capt. Kalb said he told McFaddeu
to leave the cabin, hut the latter
refused, whereupon after a shor1
struggle he put him out. Ho may
Imvo struck him, but did noticmcm
bet It. Ills Honor, after hearing
tho evidence, icniaudcd the enso
null! to-morrow, when he will givo
judgment. Mr. W. I.. Wilcox pro
secuted the enso in the absence of
EMMA SQUARE' CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square to-morrow afternoon at 4 :30.
Tho following is tho programme
Mat eh Comic ICnppev
Ovn ture Ilctllu Lite Cornadl
Finale lUvoune l'clrcllu
IteinliiUcciieos of Coi uiettl.... Godfrey
Will 1 7. Tho Source Waldlcufol
l'olkn Kcd and Ulack Cooto
London has a "hospital for dolts."
It is located on Bond street.
The best way to make a slow horse
"fast" is not to feed him.
Said Brougham, when he was a
struggling lawyer: "Circumstances
alter cases, but I wisli 1 could get
hold of some cases that would alter
When Francis N. Bangs, tho Now
Yoik lawyer, thanked the Lord that
there worno lcpoitcrs in Heaven,
"You forgot tho recording angel,"
saul tho reporter present.
New York tuft-hunters, Who, with
out knowing Lord Garmoyle, have
invited him to their entertainments,
are greatly disgusted to learn that he
is merely a Lord by courtesy, the
sou of an Irish "created" Earl, and
has no lineage or claim on aristocracy
whatever, as wc learn from the Mail
DUKING my absence from my place
of business, Mr. llingley, S-l King
Street, will receive nil oulcrc, and re
ceipt for nil moneys due mo.
OGO lw CHAS. SMITH, SC King St.
S. I. CVIMCER,
AOEXT TO TAKE
Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts.
Ofllcc with Mr. Filihourne. !)0il !hn
United Carriage Co.
TLT.ASK take notice Unit the UNIT-
X KD OAlUtlAGK CO.. (Telephone
2!tU), having been re-organized, wish
respectfully to inform Tourists and tho
public generally, that in order to com.
peto with another firm who prohibits
other hacks but their own fiomsoliciting
pitronagc at the Hotel, tlioy have
found it neccssaiy to unite more strong
ly, and have selected from about 250
liaekd now miming in Honolulu, a num.
bcr of first-class teams, which in addi
tion to the teams we already have make
the UNITED CARRIAGE CO. the
strongest in Honolulu. Most of the
drivers in this company, who by hard
work nnd perseverance have become
owners of the teams they drive, have
agreed to conform to certain rules
deemed necessary by the managers for
the protection of Tourists and the pub
lic against overcharging, incivility, &c.
Two very important rules governing the
drivers of tho UNITED CARRIAGE
CO., are Rule No 1, that expels any
driver from the company who wilfully
charges more than tho legitimate rates
of fare; Rule No. 2 compels any of our
drivers to lespond to a Telephone call
whether it bo n Ten Cent or a Ten Dol
lar fare. Thus ;t can be seen that the
object of the company is to supply tho
public with good teams driven by good,
reliable men, who will do their best to
givo satisfaction, and hopo by bo doiDg
to merit a share of public patronage.
All complaints loft at our office, in the
sliupc of a note directed to the managers
of tho UNITED CARRIAGE CO., will
lcccive prompt attention.
UMTEI) CAUUIAftK CO.
OMco and Carriage Stand next door E
O. Hall's, corner of King and Fort Sts.
MltS.A. F.MOUKIS takes pleasure
in announcing that she has leased
Tho Beautiful Seaside Residence
Of Mr. Allen Herbert, nt WA1KIKI,
Honolulu's famous biuumer resort, and
is prepared to accommodate parties de
siious of enjoying tho balmy air, unsur.
pasted sea-bathing, and tropical rest and
quiet of this charming place. Every
facility is oll'ercd for the perfect enjoy,
ment of this ideal watering place. By
special nrrunueinent Dodd's Lino of
'Husses will take passengers to tiie en.
trance of the place, when two or more
For terms, etc , apply to Mr. Congdon,
Telephone No. a02, Queen St., Honolulu,
or to the undesigned, at the residence.
MICM. A. I MOItltlH.
Wuiklkl Telephone, No. 207. Lessee.
Yatol Parcel of LaM
VOlt HA.I...I3 AT
3Klilii, Oaliia !
Jiy order of the owners I am instructed
to sell ut public auction,
Hoiiduy, March 10th, 1885,
At 12 o'clock M
At my salesroom, all that certain
I'lU'tMil of Ifnlo JLttiitl !
Situated nt Kaluaopalrnn, Kalilil, Isl
and of Oahu, moru particularly des.
crlbed hi Itoyul I'utcnt 1500 h.C. Award
lain to Puwaa, containing an area of
(i'J.lOUof an aero; the lands arc under
good cultivation ; there arc no incum.
"biances upon It.
Deed at tho Expcnso ol Purchaser.
For further particulars apply to Sam.
M. Kaaukui, Attorney at Law. Terms
Cash. K. 1'. Adunis, Auct'r,
March Oth, 188S. 1905 01
' M wT"Wi""ffl" !!"?' .!. 1. .U'l . . -I gggBBBMB
NO REDUCTION IN PRICES ! I
But &oofl Honest Value for Eyery Dollar!
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
Since the arrival of thu " Alameda,"
WILL BE FOUND VERY COMPLETE
lu all my usunl fine variety of fine Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
IMCerTs-s Boots, Shoes and O-altersi
In Great Variety.
THE 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 iitting.
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 Pinidence.
Honolulu, March Gth, 1885.
For Sale or I-esiHC.
Description of land on King Street,
L. C. A. C37 to KuluwailehUH.
BEGINNING at tho west corner of
this adjoining Namauu and a yard
belonging to C. Kiiuaina, and running
B. 39' K. 109 links along tho makai side
of this house lot, and to the yard be.
longing to Hakim thejico N. 53 E. 105
links to an nnahua, N. 43 E. 2 chains
along the yard of llakau and M. Kcku
nnooa to the makai side of King Street,
thence a littlo to left- hand 8 links east
corner mauka of C Kanaina's lot, S.
43 W. 172 links along C. Konaina to a
crooked place, thenco N. 51 W. 133
links along C. Kanaina to U. Kanaina's
old yard, thence toward tho sea along
the said yard to place of commence,
ment. Area, 22,231 Acres. On tho Ka
walahao side of Government House,
and back of Mr. Hopper, Jr.'s residence.
The above laud h for sale or lease to
a cood tenant on easy terms. Apply to
b T. W. RAWLINS,
804 lw Leleo Soap Works.
- Jf ,S : 1:
I mE' .
A PURE, WHOLESOME, RE
FRESH ING, HEALTHFUL
According to tho hlebcotand best medl.
Manufactory, : s i No. 13 Liliha St:
V. O. Box, 370. Telephone, 281
flt2TAll orders receive prompt attention.
WEMER & CO.
' I'OItT MTltlilVr,
Have on hand New Foreign and Home
Watohes, Bracelets, Necklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clooks,
And Ornaments of all kinds.
Silver and Gold Plate.
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Sets
Suitable for Presentation.
KuerutlMic mill Xutlve Joiv Iry
Repairing hi all its branches.
EST Solo Anentttor King's Eye Preservers.
CANNED BEEF !
VOll BALK HV
H. Hackfeld & Co.
FOR SALE BY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
rpHE WORLDiRENOWNED leading
X Fortuuctcller, just arrived from
thu principal cities in Europe and North
America, takes this way to Inform the
public that she Is to consult in regard to
having revealed the past, present and
future. In her home, No. 127 King St.
nPIIE UNDERSIGNED requests that
X nil accounts due him ho settled bv
tho inth Inst., all parties having ac
counts against him will obligo by leav.
big same at ofllco of tho Pacific Hard
ware Compnny (Dillingham & Co.)
Honolulu, March 2d, 1885. 050 td
Building Lots for Sale.
SEVERAL building lots for sale or
rent at Kapalania, near the Niuhc
lcwai bridge, on the Ewa side of th6
lane leading to Austin's estate. Easy
terms. Apply to W. O. AOlll.
Law ofllco of W. R. Castle. 887 tf
15 P. GRAY. M. D.,
. . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ofllcc, first door west of Library Build
lug. Hours, from 0 to 11 a.m., and 2 to 4
and 7 to 8 p.m. Sundays, 0 to 11 u.m.
Residence, cor. Kinau and PeusacoU
Mroets. 918 ly