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SATUItDAY, MAKC'll II, 1880.
SUli, MOW AMD SEA.
All time from nnoii of to-day, Mar. 11.
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High Tide (miiiiII)
High Tldu (large;
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h-uki :io.j I m.di li bio I n a I cos I iwo
Wlml, S. AV. Ilffhl; fcky, nlincryjScu moder
S S City of Toklo from S V
Schr lialnbow from Koolau
llklnc Discovery from S V
Stmr Klunu from Windward Pom
St uir Likellko from Kahului
Schr Nettie Merrill from Lalialua
Stnir Mokolil from AVIndwnrd Torts
SclirMium from JIllo
S S Marlpoa for S V
Stmr C K Bishop for Kauai
Schr Halcakala for Pcpeckco
. S S City of Toklo for Yokohama
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
S S Likellko for Kaliulul
Stmr .Tas Makec for Kapaa
Schr Nettio Morrill for Lalialua
Schr Halnbow for Koolau
SehrManiiokawnl for Koolau
Schr Hob Roy for ICoolau
Schr Kimiia for Olowalu
BU Meteor for S V,
Bktnc AV II Dlniond for S F
VESSELS IN PORT.
Gr Bk Meteor, Casscn
Bktnc AV II Uimond, Iloudlctt
Bktno Eureka, Lee
Bk Hope, Pcnhallow
Bgtne AV G Irwin, Turner
Bktnc Discovery, Perrlman
For S F per Mariposa March 1-1
Mrs A Morgan mid daughter, II C Sand
sten, Mrs L FrezUo, Mrs C AV Eldicdge
mid child, Mrs S P Smith, E Partridge,
wife and two children. AV E Adams and
wife, 'A Elders, S AA' AVUeoV. Mrs E
AVinthrop, Mr and Mrs Stees. Mis S -K
Sties, Mrs Mills and child, Mrs Small,
Mrs 0 Ar Ncwth, Mrs A Grogor, Mrs AV
.1 Robinson, Mrs T I, Ellis, Mrs Thu
inan and child, Mrs Titzell, F Martins
and wife, M do Costa. AV King and
wife, .1 do Costa, F do Cota, wife and
child, AV Keating, Mis L Beatty, AV
Smith, M de Soua, wife and i child
ren, A Camara, wife and child, .T Rippe,
P A Clinllainel, E D Partridge, AV P
l'aitridgc, Mis E Stiiinius, Chas Spliet,
Mrs Hesketh, J J llayley, wife and 2
children, J Howe, .T Potts, J Moffat and
wife, L French, II A Pratt, G Durban,
M Augustus, AV Sberlim, .1 AV Mayder.
J Lynch. F Ping, ,T A Carlson, AV
Clarke, Mrs K A Decring, AV AVight Jr.,
Mrs J Sherman aud child, M II Qleson,
A Bunas, J C Gobeler, Geo Dixon.
From S F per bktnu Discovery, Mar
II AV J Schwartz.
For San Francisco per F S Thompson
from Kahului, March 10 I Johnson.
For San Francisco per Mary AVinkle
man from Kahului, March 13 Mrs
Crooks, Mrs Maeduffec wife and 3 child
ren, C A Bailey, AV A Campbell, C AV
, For Maalaca, Ilonuapo, Kau and Ko
na, per stnir AV G Hall. March 13 Sam
ICaaikaula, Capt G E G Jackson, Hon D
II Nablmi, J G Savldge, L J Scott, E ft
Blvens. C Johnson and wife, Charles
AVall, and 80 deck". .
For Honolulu per stmr Kiuau, March
MAVY Horner, J M Horner, A F
Cooke, Capt AV Davlcs, V II Cornwall,
F Pallia, J K Kaulia, Frank Cowan, C
Y Alona, II A Kana. L Akanm, J Cusli
ingbam. MrsAV.F Roy, J Smith, J
Wight Jr., AV irpchtucb, J Hiibblebecn,
Master S AVoods, J AV Girvln. D Perry,
Miss Maud Kelly, Mrs AV AV Goodalc,
AV Larson, 0 AVilliams, wife and -1 child
ren, Mrs 11 Cooper and 2 children, and
From Kahului and way ports per stnir
Likellko, March 14 .T II Sheldon, wife
and child, Mrs D Kaiui, J 11 M Howe,
See Hop, G AVest, E G Sehunian, A
Hinkloy, Sister Rcnata, A Huff, E M
Preston, M L Marsh. Geo C AVilliams,
II P Baldwin, Mrs Smith, Mrs Tayloi
and !)0 deck.
From San Francisco pcrS S City of
Toklo, March 13 J M Regan, Mrs J A
Fillmore, MissJM Smith, AV G Shaw.
For San Francisco per bk 1) C Mur
ray, March 15 Mrs Capt Ellis and 15
The stmr Kinau brought 0,210 bags of
sugar, 1 horse, 90 pkgs sundries.
Six whalers were reported off port
The scbr Manuokawai brought COO
bags of rice.
ThoRchr Emma brought 1,000 bags
Thu S S City of Toklo sailed this p m
for Yokohama, taking from this port
about 175 Chinese passengers.
'The D 0 Murray halls to-morrow f or
San Francisco with 5,151 gallons of
bump-back oil. Yaluu transhipped
Tbo whaler Abiaham Barker took hi
stores at this port to tho value of S73.50.
The stuir Likellko brought 3,091 bags'
of sugar, 5'J hags of corn and -13 bags of
The stmr Mokolli brought 200 bags of
sugar, 10 head of cattle aud 35 sheep.
Shu sails on Wednesday next.
Tlio bktno Discovery, Capt Perrlinan,
arrived this morning If days from Snu
Francisco. She brings 1 horae, -1 cows,
100 1.1,1s of lime, 010 bills of shingles,
S00 fks of bran, 489 sks of oats, 225 sks
of barley, 1,000 sks of Hour, 521) bales of
hay, etc. Sho had fair weather. Pas
sed the bktnu Ella on Tuesday last.
The S S MarlpoMi hailed at noon with
31,-IH bags of fcugar, 2,352 bags of rice,
2,251 bunches of bananas, 3!iS bills of
Migar-cane, 802 dry hides, 7 bales of
dry hides, 177 bales of green hides, 7
bales of goat skins, 0 boxes of leaves
and 1 bag of gold coin, (foielgn value
82,010). Total domestic value $201,-002.10.
t . South wiutl and linuesy weather.
LOOAL & GENERAL NES.
To-Jtormow is the fourth Sunday
Kou.int coaster this afternoon ami
A ttottsi: on King hIipcL is adver
tised lo let.
Tuusoav next will be a Govern
Somi: nieo l towers of min fell
through thu night.
His JInjcsty the King witnessed
the departure of the Mariposa.
Consul General Irwin leaves by
the City of Tokio this afternoon.
Thu Hoynl Hawaiian Band will
give a concert at Eiunm Square
Ft.oitiDA Lernonade made by the
Crystal Soda Works Is the finest in
the market. Try it and bo convinced.
Tiik skating rink was -unusually
well patronized last evening. It will
bo open this evening as usual. Music
will be provided.
Tin: Post-Olllco despatched by the
Mariposa 5237 letters and 133G
papers; and by the City of Tokio
285 letters and 99 papers.
A takgi: variety of cabinet cele
brities, also stercscopio views,
sterchoscopes, graposcopes, etc., at
King Uros.'s Art Store. 9G9 3t
Tiik foreign correspondence which
arrived by the Kinau from the other
islands will be forwarded by the
City of Sydney to-morrow.
. .. .
First Lieutenant, C. Il.-Clark, is
trying to arrange for a parade on
Tuesday, by the Kings' Own Volun
teer guards in their new uniforms.
Wi: were shown yesterday a fine
sample of rock salt obtained from
the Lualaea stream in Mauoa valley.
There appears to be a large bed of
In the Supreme Court yesterday,
in the bankruptcy of In Ping, claims
were proved to the amount of
$1,G00.05. Mr. C. Bolte was elected
Tiicni: will be a gospel temperance
meeting,at liethel Union Church this
evening at 7.30 o'clock. Pastor Og
gel, of the Bethel Union, will con
duct the exercises.
Thu Myrtle Boat Club held their
regular meeting lastevening, when
one new member was elected. The
other business was of the usual
The U. S. S. Hartford, the flag
ship of Admiral Upshar, commander
of the Pacific station, is now due at
this port, having left Panama Feb
. . .
Os Monday morning, at 12 o'clock
noon, Mr. E. P. Adams will sell at
his salesroom, a valuable parcel of
kalo land situated at Kaluaopalenu,
Kalihi, on this island.
Tiik O. S. S. City of Tokio armed
yesterday afternoon about 5 o'clock,
eight days from San Francisco. She
brings four passengers for this port,
and has a large number in transit
Mns. J. A. Fillmore, wife of the
General Superintendent of the Cen
tral Tacific Railway, arrived by the
City of Tokio yesterday. She re
turns to San Francisco on Sunday
by the City of Sydney.
Tin: S. F. Chronicle of March
fttli says: The brig Courtney Ford,
now loading for Kahului, is taking
on board some machinery for the
sugar mills. One piece a roller
weighing eight tons was hoisted
In the. Police Court this morning
Ah Leo, for larceny of chickens, was
found not guilty and discharged.
Capt. lvalb, of the ship Melrose, for
assault and battery on his cabin boy,
was given the benefit of the doubt
and discharged. J. McDonald, for
disorderly conduct, was also dis
charged. Tin: bark F. S. Thompson left
Kuhulul last Tuesday with 1)985 bags
of sugar weighing 1,330,524 lbs.
and valued at $G3,031.-19. The
Mary Winkldman left the dame port
yesterday with 9192 bags of sugar,
weighing 1,227233 lbs. and valued
Si:u;ctios3 will bu found on our
flnt mid fourth pages.
A Sonet In Chinese nnd Knglish
has been posted round town. Tho
Knglish notice commences, "Notice
is linrcliy given that wc the under
signed will bought the entire busi
ness on this afternoon of," etc.
-. . ii
Tur. Mnriposa left at noon for
San Francisco with 2,0.10 tons of
sugar and rice, 2,f00 bunches of
bananas and a. good passenger list.
Tho Koyal Hawaiian Band Avas in
attendance on the wharf.
Ykstkudat four men were shipped
by Henry Hart for whalers, two for
the Ohio and the others for the
Wanderer. They were advanced
800 each. To-day they arc missing
and it is supposed they have left the
country by the S. S. Mariposa.
The largest shippers of sugar by
the Mariposa were: Irwin & Co.,
8198 bags ; Brewer & Co., C210 bags ;
Davics & Co, 5911 bags.; Sclincfcr&
Co., 5889 bags;JI. A. Widcmann,
,3118 bags; Grinbautn & Co., 175G
bags ; Castle & Cooke, 1-153 bags ;
Hyinan Bros., 1173 bags.
Ik the man "residing between the
first bridge and School Street" so
fond of shooting, dogs especially,
would turn his attention and gun
upon the barking and howling curs
kept upon his own premises, making
day aud night hideous, he would re
lieve his neighbors from a nuisance
long endured in silence. Com.
Last Friday week some beautiful
tuberoses in a little tin were placed
on oue of the graves in the Xuuanu
Valley Cemetery, by loving hands.
Sunday they were gone, tin and all.
On two different occasions during
this week (lowers have been placed
on the same grave, and then stolen.
A person who will steal llowcrs from
a grave is too mean to live.
A itATiiKit long case occupied the
attention of jthe Police Court this
morning. One of the laborers on
the Waiauac plantation charged Au
gust Ahrcns, the head overseer, with
assault and battery on him. The
evidence was very lengthy, but His
Honor found the defendant not
guilty. Mr. ltusscll appeared for
the prosecution and Mr. F. M.
Hatch foi the defence. Senhor
Canavarro, the Portuguese Commis
sioner, was present, during tho hear
ing of the case.
Sanfoud B. Dole, Esq., notary
public, and trustee for the children
of the late Peter A. Costa, has this
day received a draft for 5,000 on
John N. Gwinncll, Supreme Trea
surer of the American Legion df
Honor. The aborc was the amount
due on policy of ilisuranoe on the
life of Peter A. Costa, late steward
of the steamer Kinau. The draft is
dated Boston, Nov. 24th, 1884, and
is signed by Michael Nisbet, Sup
reme Commander, and Adam War
nock, Supreme Secretary.
Last evening', about eight o'clock,
someone tried to burn a stable and
coach-house in the rear of the resi
dence of Mr. Julius Hoting, Bereta
Street. A lot of wood and other
things had been piled up underneath
the horse's manger and set on lire.
Fortunately one of the Chinamen
found it in time, aiid before it had
much .headway. Mr. Hoting has
two Chinese and they have rooms
next to the stable, and say that the
lire was started to burn thorn out
for spite by somo other Chinese.
An investigation will probably bring
to light tho guilty parties.
UNITED CARRIACE CO.
Tin: United Carriage Company, a
company of expressmen whose tele
phone is 290, and whose stand is at
E. O. Hall's, corner of King and
Fort streets, have recently increased
the number of their carriages, and
adopted regulations for the protec
tion of tho public. By these regula
tions every driver is compelled lo
respond to any call, whether the faro
be small or great. An infringement
of this rulo is punishable by expulsion
of the guilty party. So also are acts
of incivility and attempts to charge
more than tho legal fare. In evi
dence of the company's readiness to
punish its own members for infrac
tion of its rules, it may be mentioned
that a lady who AYas overcharged the
other cTeniug reported to tho man
agers, and had the amount over
charged promptly returned, Avith
tho additional satisfaction of seeing
tho offending driver summarily dealt
BEQUESTS OF DR. DAMON.
The following bequests arc in the
will of the lato Hcv. Dr. Damon,
which was admitted to probata yes
terday. To the trustees of Oahu College
the sum of S4, 500, to bo used for
the following purposes :
$500 for the purchase of prizci
and 'deturs for declamations and
compositions by the students of
Oahu College, to be awarded under
and by the direction of tho President
of the College ;
81,000 lo bo appropriated for tho
"Samuel J. Mill's Library Fund,"
for the purchase of books relating to
Polynesia for the library of Oahu
$750 to be appropriated for the
"Library Scholarship Fund," for
the college expenses and tuition,
board, clothing, and books df such
deserving student of cither sex as
shall be designated and selected by
the President, and also shall bo ap
pointed lo have the care aud charge
of the college library and books.
2,250 to bo divided into scholar
ship funds of $750 each, to such
three of the students of cither sex of
said Oahu College, or of the Prepar
atory .or Academic departments, as
shall from time to time be designated
by his three sous, each of them de
signating the beneficiary of one of
said three scholarships, aud such de
signation, after their decease, to be
made by the President of the College.
Atj the Roman Catholic Ca
thedral to-morrow morning at 10
o'clock, the Right Rev. the Bishop
of Olba will preach an English
Rev. Geo. Wallace preaches at
St. Andrews Cathedra) to-morrow
morning, and the Bishop in the even
ing. At Fort Street Church Pastor
Cruzan's Sunday morning sermon
will have for its theme "The Sermon
on the Mount." In the evening ho
will answer some questions sent him
by sonic unknown friend, viz. : "Do
you regard the Bible an inspired? Ib
it infallible? What is its object."
Good music, a brief, helpful sermon,
and all made welcome.
Services to-morrow at the Bethel
Union Church will be ae follows:
Sunday-school at 9.45 a. m. Services,
with preaching by Rev. E. C. Oggel,
at 11 a. m. and 7.30 r. m. Morning
subject: "The Thorough-going
Follower of the Lord and His Re
ward." Evening: "The Fifth Utter
ance of Christ from the Cross I
Thirst." A cordial invitation is
extended to all.
Mr. Samuel Nott, who leaves some
time next week for the States, has
received the following resolutions,
"IiKADQUARTEHS GEO. W. De Lo.i
Post, No. 45, G. A. R.,
" Honolulu, March 10, 1885.
'Be it resolved, That in the de
parture of our Post Commander
Samuel Nott from his present field
of labor in the Grand Arm', this
Post loses an agreeablb comrade,
and an untiring and ever-zealous
olllcer. Also, that a vote of thanks
be tendered him for his uniform
kindness to the comrades of this
Post during his incumbency as Post
Commander for more than a year
past, and for his indefatigable labor
in promoting the welfare of this
"And bo it furthor resolved, That
a copy of these resolutions bo pre
sented lo our comrade, and a copy
be placed on the minutes of this
"Signed : R. W. Laine, P.P.C. ;
N. B. Emerson, S.V.C. ; W. R.
Lawrence, J.V.C. ; Dr. J. S. Mc
Grew, Surgeon; Samuel McKcuguc,
Chaplain; C. H. Fox, O. of D. ;
W. F. AVilliams, O. of G. ; R. Jay
Greene, Q.M. ; J. F. NobkyAdju
lant. "Honolulu, March 10, 1885."
Win Parcel of Lanfl
JPOIt BiVIYIJ AI?
KZalilii, Onlm !
ISy order of lite owners I am instructed
to sell at public auction,
Monday, March HiHi, 1HS5,
At 12 o'clock M.,
At my salesroom, all that certain
I'arcr'l of ICtilu Jliiiitcl !
Situated nt ICnliiaopalena, Kalihi, Isl
and of Oahu, more particularly dcs.
oribed In ltoynl Patent WOO L.C. Award
1210 to I'auiui, containing an urea of
09.100 of an acre; thu lauds are under
good cultivation; thero are no Incuin.
Imincui upon it.
Deed at tho Exponso ol Purchaser.
For further particulars apply to Sum,
M,Knuuknl, Attorney at Law. Terms
Cash. E. P. Adams, Auct'r.
-March urn, iw.
WAMwaaL'l!twMiirn-wrTmriigjiiiiiniii ' 1 1 I I m W
NO REDUCTION IN PRICES !
F.oun Em w
But M Honest Value for Every Dollar!
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
Since tho arrival of the " Alameda,"
WILL BE FOUND VERY COMPLETE
In all my usual fine A'ariety of flno Boots, Shoea and Slippers.
MCeiia,a Boots, Jlioes a,iid -GraitorSi
In Great Variety.
THE LADIES" DEPARTMENT
Is as usual very complete.
As to the good qualities of my Gqods the Ladies of our
Islands, avIio hiiAro patronized this Establishment for 18
years, Avill bear willing testimony to them as Avell as
their perfect fitting.
Boots and Shoes ahvays found in this Establishment. I
have no inducements to offer but the guarantee of Al
Goods, which Avill be sold
As Low as Consistent with Prudence.
Honolulu, March (3th, 1885.
For Sale or .Lease.
Description of land on King Street,
L. C. A. 037 to Kuluwailchun.
BEGINNING at the west corner of
this adjoining Nnnuuni and n yard
belonging to C. Kunalna, and running
S. 39' K. 10'J links along tke niakfti side
of this lioiiRe lot, and to tho yard be.
longing to Ilaknu thenee N. .13 E. 105
links to an analiun, N. 43 E. 2 chains
along the yard of llnlcau and M. Keku
onnoii lo the ninkiii side of King Street,
tlieiico a Iittlo to left hand S links east
corner lniiukn. of O. Kuiialna's lot, S.
i:i AV. 172 linkK iilong (,'. Knnniiia to a
crooked place, thence N. fil AV. l!J:i
links along C. Knnainn to (J. Kanaina's
old yard, thence Inward the a along
the said yard to place of commence.
incut. Area. SL',231 Acres. On the Ka
wnlahan side of Government .House,
ami back of Mr. Hopper, .Jr.'s residence.
Tho above laud in for sale or lcaso to
u good tenant on easy terms. Apply to
T. AV. BAAVLINj.
904 lw Lelco Soap AVorks.
PUKE, WHOLESOME. It E-
According to the highest mid best medi
Manufactory, : : s No. 13 LiUlm BU
P. O. Uox, 379. Telephone, 281.
jjffirAll orders receive prompt attention,
WENNER & CO.
OS l-UltT KTIII'KT,
Have on hand New Foielgn and Home
Watches, Bracelets, Necklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clboks,
Aud Ornaments of nil kinde.
Silver and Gold Plate,
Elegant Bolid Silver Tea Sets
Sultuble for Presentation.
I'ncruvlnir nud Native Jew Iry
Repairing iu all Us brunches.
EST Solo Ancnlilor King's Eyo Protorvon.
CANNED BEEF !
iron SAM'. 11Y
H. Hackfeld & Oo.
FOK SALE BY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
rpiIE AVOKLD-KENOWNED leading
X Fortune-teller, just arrived from
tho principal cities in Europe and North
'America, takes this way to Inform tho
public that sho is to consult in regard to
having revealed tho past, present and
future, in her home, No. 127 King St.
npiIE UNDEltSIGNED rcc-uests that
X all accounts duu him bu settled by
the 15th iiiht., all parties having uc
counts against him will oblige by leuY.
ing same at olllcci of the Pacific Hard
ware Company (Dillingham & Co.) .
Honolulu, March 2d, 1B85. 950 td
Building Lots for Sale.
SKVEHAL building lots for alo or
rent at Kapalnma, near the Niuhe
lowal bridge, on thu Ewa side of tho
Una Iradini; to Austin's estate. Kasr
terms. Apply to W, C. AOHJ,
Law offlce of V. K. Castle. 887 tf
1 P. GRAY. M. D.,
. . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office, first door west of Library lluild
lug. Hours, from 9 to 11 a.m., and S to 4
aud 7 to ii p.m. Sundays, 9 to 11 a.m.
Residence, cor. Kinau and PcnsitcoU
streets. 018 ly