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MONDAY, MARCH 10, 188f.
All tltno from noon otto-day, Mar. II.
SmiSnts 0 0.
Kuu Rises 13 1).
11 oon Rpi;s 1 7 27.
It High Tide (t- null) HOD.
High Tldo (huge) 15 30.
WIND AND WKATIIIill
ltooiml Irom noon of jcstcrUny!
AX0al?ovSl. TUeiinomcior ltnln.
' 1 41l 1 Oil I Sill 2h I Slh I IBIl I tolSll
I 2SI.90 I 30.0.1 I 30.0i 810 I 07 O fi'.IO o.20
,. Wlud, P. W. llgUt i Sky, showery ; Soa modcr
,r , ARRIVALS.
Steam Bktne. Morning Star from Boston
J Stmr Planter from Kaunl
Bktne Ella from S F
Schr Knwallnnl frdin Koolau
Sclir Kmilkcaoull from Kohala
Bktne Kllkltat from Port Townsend
Bk Lady Lampson from Newcastle
S S Likcllkc for Kahnlul
Stmr Jas Mukeo for Kapaa
Schr'Ncttio Merrill for Lahaltia
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
Schr Mahuokawal for Koolau
Schr Emma for Olowalu
. VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kinau for Windward Ports
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Schr Kob Roy for Koolau
Schr Kaulkcaoull for Kohala
Schr Mana for IIllo
Schr Kawallanl for Koolau
Sclir Jcnulo Walker for Fanning Is
Ship Melrose for Nanaimo
Bk Meteor for S P
W II Dlmond for S P
VESSELS N PORT.
Qr Bk Meteor, Casscu
Bktno W II Dlmond, Houdlett
Bktne. Eureka, Lee
Bk Hope, Pcnhallow
Bgtne W 0 Irwin, Turner
Bktne Discovery, Perrhnan
Bktnc Ella, Howe
Bk Lady Lampson, .. .
Steam" Bktuc'MoriHug Star,Bray
From Kauai per Planter, March lfi
C M Cooke, II Bcrtleman, Miss J Kno
che, Miss Conrado, Mr and Mrs W S
Holokahlki and 47 deck.
From -Boston per Morning Star, Mar
15 II 0!L6gan,Mrs'Bray and child.
' Schr 'Mana brought 14G3 hags of
sugar. ' '
The bktne Ella, Capt Howe, arrived
yesterday 17 days- from San Francisco
with a-gcneral cargo. She is consigned
to .Brewer & Co, and is. docked at that
Schr, Kauikeaoull .brought 2500 bags
of sugar from Kohala.
Stmr Planter brought ,3221 bags of
sugar, G8 bags of rice, 75 hides and 20
head of ca'ttlc.
Schr Kawallanl brought 500 bags of
The missionary steam bktne Morning
Star, Capt Bray, arrived yesterday 13D
, days from Boston. First three days
out had heavy N W gales which washed
away vthe main deck bulkheads arid
damaged some provisions. Hence, fair
' .weather to port. She, is consigned to
Brewer & Co, and is anchored in the
The schooner Malolo took 122 tons of
sugar from Laupahoehoc to Hllo for
the Hazard last week.
The Lady Lampson arrived this p in
from Newcastle with coal.
The Klikitat arrived this morning
with lumber, and anchored in the
The steamer Mokolll went on the Ma
rine Railway Saturday evening.
In Honolulu, March 15th, to the wife
of Frank Otremba, a son.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
IEy moon to-night.
To-jiokiwv is St. Patrick's Day
all over the world.
The roller coaster will be running
Tire ekating rink, Honolulu's
popular resort, will bo open this
, j , The Y. M. C. A. book-keeping
'.classes will meet this evening at C80)
'and 7.30 o'clock.
The Young People's Christian
Temperanco Union will meet to
George Augustus Sain is going to
wiite a series of descriptive articles
for the S. F. Chronicle.
To-Monuow -evening Emerson's
Minstrels will give their fourth per
formance at Music Hall.
Fon a splendid photograph or tin
type, visit the Sun Pearl Gallery at
the corner of King and Fort streetB.
A tAiiai: variety of cabinet cele
brities, also stercscopio views,
stcrchoscopcs, graposcopes, etc., at
King Bros.'s Art Store. 909 3t
Mn. Samuel Nott requests that all
persons indebted to him Trill make
immediate payment to Lorrin A.
Thurston, No. 38 Merchant street,
who lias a full power of attorney to
act for him during his absence.
Tin: now skating rink wlllbo fin
ished tho latter end of IhU week.
Kducatiokai. notes on our first
page, and latest foreign news on tho
Consul Irwin and wife left by the
City of Tokio on Saturdny aftor
uoou. A LAiiuu number of people paid a
visit to tho new missionary steam
barkentinc Morning Star yesterday.
Fi.oiuda Lemonade mado by the
Crystal Soda Works is tho finest in
the market. Try it and be convinced.
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The O. S. S. Alameda is leaving
San Francisco this afternoon and
will be due at this port next Monday
No sign of the S. S. City of
Sydney as we go to press. She
has probably encountered heavy
The continued hearing of the
Kennedy & Co. bankruptcy cate is
taking place in the Supreme Court
as we go to press.
PunsEii Beckley of the Kinau re
ports abundance of rain on the
Islands of Maui and Hawaii during
the past week.
Special pjraycrs were offered up
at all, the services in St. Andrews
Cathedral yesterday, for tho.recovery
of Mrs. Thco. H. Davies.-
Chan Jim Yan, Kong Wing and
Yuen Tak give notice that they have
bought the entire business of Chan
Yu Kee alias Acheei
Enough liquor, it is calculated,
was consumed in England last year
to make a lake a mile long, a mile
wide, and thirty-five feet deep.
There was an annular eclipse of
the sun this morning, visible to
North America generally as a partial
eclipse. Nothing was seen of it
Fkank Gertz, the well-known boot
and shoe dealer; has removed his
store to' tho premises formerly occu
pied by Mrs. Wilkinson, the milliner,
on Fort street.
Xo.morrow being the anniversary
of Kamehameha the third, it will be
observed as a legal holiday, and all
Government offices throughout the
kingdom will be closed.
At St. Andrews Cathedral yester
day, the Rev. Geo. Wallace preached
in the morning. In the evening tho
Bishop delivered an eloquent dis
course on the repentance of Peter.
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This evening a meeting of Ha
waiian Lodge No. 21, F;. and A. M.,
will be held at 7:30 o'clock. Busi
ness third degree. Visiting brethren
ore cordially invited to attend.
A number of the Emersons'
Mjnstrels started on a trip to the
Pali yesterday, but finding it too
warm, turned back and went out to
Waikiki and enjoyed sea bathing.
During the past week eight horses
were shot by order of the Board of
Inspectors. Another was put away
this morning. They were all suffer
ing from glanders in different stages.
Mr. F. M. Schenck, late of the
.Palace Hotel, San Francisco, has
opened a barber shop, at No. 8d
King street, in the rear of J. W.
Hingley's cigar and soda water
We are requested to state that
Mrs. A. M. Mollis did not leaVe per
Mariposa on Saturday last, as was
erroneously stated, but can be found
as usual at her place of business, 104
Prok. and Mrs. Wayland, Capt.
and Mrs. G. II. Luce, are already
booked to leave by tho Alameda,
April 1st. The latter 'will take a
trip to England after an abaence of
Quite a number of the passen
gers from the S. S. City of Tokio
visited Benson, Smith & Co.'u store
on Saturday, and took away with
them a large quantity of their cele
brated Maile Cologne.
Mr. Adams held a land sale at his
salesroom this noon. A house lot
atLaliaina was sold to Mr. Cecil
Brown for $720. A quarter inter
est in some land at Wailua, Hilo,
brought $80. A parcel of laud at
Kalihi, Oahu, was withdrawn.
Tun Royal Hawaiian Hand will
give a concert at Emma Squaru this
The three final performances by
Emerson's Minstrels will bo well
worth seeing. The programme will
be changed each evening. Seals can
be obtained at Wiseman's.
Tun special Lenten services at St.
Andrews Cathedral this week will bo
on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
afternoons at a quarter before five
o'clock, and Wednesday and Friday
evenings at 7.30 o'clock.
The King's Own Volunteer Guards
will turn out in their new uniforms
at 2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
Headed by the Royal Hawaiian
Baud they will march to the Palace
to be inspected by His Majesty the
On Wednesday, at JO a. m.,
Lyons & Levoy will sell household
furniture at the residence of the late
Capt. J; M. Oat, and on Thursday
at 10 a. m. they will offer the resi
dence and lot, and household furni
ture of Mr. C. II. Woolmington,
Punahou .Street. .
One of our well-known citizens
partook of some canned oysters yes
terday. Soon afterwaads he felt
quite sick, and a kind of nettle rash
appeared on different parts of his
body. A strong dose of medicine
set him all right in due course of
time. It looks as if our canned
goods are not very reliable.
The announcement of an English
sermon brought together an unusu
ally large congregation of English
speaking people at tho Roman Ca
tholic Church yesterday forenoon.
The sermon, which was practical and
impressive, was delivered by tho
Bishop of Olba, and attracted close
attention from beginning to end.
Last Saturday, an express driver
charged, a lady 75 cents from the
corner of Fort and Merchant streets
to Judd street. The regular fare is
fifty cents. When recognized ho
will be called upon to refund the
over-charged twenty-five cents or
take the consequence.
Some of the members of Kawaia
hao church have started a subscrip
tion list to obtain funds for the
erection of a school-house for tho
Japanese. -The new building will be
erected on the grounds of the North
Pacific Missionary Institute, Puncli
bowl street. About $30 has already
A Chinasian was brought up in
the Police Court this morning, who
looked more like a, wild man from
.Borneo. He had a head of hair
which looked as iC it had not been
cut'for many years. The charge
,against bim was vagrancy, for which
he was remanded until Thursday.
Last Monday, March 9th, while
the schooner Ka Moi was at Kaiwi
Iahilahi, Hawaii, one of her boats in
making the landing was upset, and
one of the sailors, John, a Portu
guese, had one of his limbs broken.
In this useless condition he was
dashed on to the rocks by the surf
and killed. His remains were in
terred at that place. The others in
.the' boat had a very narrow escape.
. Mil .
A few minutes after ten o'clock
this morning there was a lively time
at the corner of Fort and Merchant
streets. Two Chinamen met there,
Mow Lcong and II. A. Hcen. Tho
former accused the latter of staaling
a draft, whereupon Hcen answered
with blows, and a regular rough and
tumble fight took place for a few
moments. Both were taken to tho
The family of Mr. William Shel
don had a very narrow escape from
poisoning, Friday night. They par
took of some tinned corn beef and
soon afterwards felt sick. Dr.
Brodie was telephoned for, and in
tho meantime they drank a quantity
of hot water, which caused them to
vomit. They were in a rather low
state when tho doctor arrived, but
he soon brought them round all
One of the passengers by the Elja,
which arrived yesterday, started a
report that the S. S. City of Paris,
which was recently at this port, had
been sunk by a man-of-war. There
is no truth whatever in such a re
port. We have news of u French
transport Tonquiu, .formerly named
the City of .Paris, being sunk off
Malaga, March 3rd, by nnothcr
i i n i
Tin: trolling race between Thomas
It. and Joe Dnko, comes off to
morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock sharp
at Kapiolnnl Park. Thomas 11.
will be driven by Billy Hornn and
Andy Brotise holds the lines over
Joe Dake. The horse Toby was
to have trotted in tho sumo race but
meeting with an accident has been
withdrawn. All the money is up,
and there will be a good race, as
much excitement exists between tho
Emerson's Minstrels had a very
fair house on Saturday night, and
they performed their programme
with general excellence. Mr. Emer
son's voice was still affected by a
cold, compelling him to refuse a re
call for his specialty, uThc Dude."
The Cogill brothers were immense
as usual, and the concluding piece
of the evening, "Disguises," sent
the audience away shaking with
mitrh. To-morrow evening will be
gin, the last three nights of this
popular company. Improvements
in tho orchestra are promised.
DASTARDLY ASSAULT ON KAUAI.
Last Friday night two native
prisoners escaped from the jail at
Lihuc, Kauai. Tho next morning
theso men went to Mr. W. H.- Rice's
dairy house near tho Koloa road.
Tho man who ha3 charge of the
place was away, but his wife was at
home. Thoescapcd prisoners beat
her, in a most shameful manner until
tho blood came. They then mado
off with some money and a (gun.
The acting sheriff, Mr. G. "n. Wil
cox, has offered a reward of $100
for each of the men, dead or alive.
The extent of the injuries to the
woman was not known when the
steamer left, as the doctor had only
just gone down to see her.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE GO.
The above new company started
running this morning at 7 o'clock.
Already one hundred connection
arc made, and these will be increased
from day to day. The central office
on Merchant street is a spacious and
comfortable place. There are three
operators, two ladies and one young
man. Mr. Pratt, the Superintendent,
occupies rooms in (.the rear of the
operating room. Quite a largd num
ber of connections have been made
during the day. The telephones
used are of animproved pa'ttern and
work very well. ,
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at (Emma
Square this evening at 7 :30i ' The
following is the programme '.-,
l'ART i. '
March Kamehameha. . . .
Overture The Oath '
Jig St. Patrick's Bay...
Reminiscences of Verdi..
.Selection Hascotto Audrau
Waltz Spanish Waldteuf el
Gavotte The Stars Eaton
Polka You and I Faust
Halanui. Hawaii' Ponoi.
Building: Lots for Sale.
SEVERAL building lots for' sale or
rent at Knpalama, near tho Kiuhe
lowai bridge, on the Ewa side' of the
lane leading to Austin' estate.- Easy
terms. Apply to "W. C. ACUI,
Law ofllco of W. 11. Castle. 887 tf
United Carriage Co.
PLEASE ta'lco notico that tho 'UNIT
ED OAIiKIAGE CO. (Telephone
290), having been rc-organized, wish
respectfully to Inform Tourists and tho
public generally, that in order to com.
pete with another llrra who jvohiblts
other hacks but their own from soliciting
patronage at tho Hotel, they have
found It necessary to unite more strong.
ly, and have selected from ubout 200
hacks now running in Honolulu, a num
ber of first.cluss teams, which In add!,
tion to tho teams wo already have mako
tlio UNITED UAIMCIAUK VV. tlio
strongest In Honolulu. Most of tho
drivers in this company, who by hurd
work and perccvoranco have become
owners of tho teams thoy drive, have
agreed to conform to certain rules
doomed necessary by tho managers for
tlio protection of Tourists and the pub
lic atruinst ovcrcharuincr, iuclvlllty. &c.
Two very Important rules governing the
drivers of tho UNITED CAKUIAUE
CO., aro uulo No 1, that expels any
driver from tho company who wilfully
charges moro than tlio lcgitim&to rates
of. fare; Bulo No. 2 compols any of our
drivers to respond to a Telephone call
whether It bo a Ten Cent or a Ten Dol.
lar fare. Thus it can bo seen that tho
object of tho company is to (supply tho
public with good teams driven by good,
roliablo men, who will do their best to
L'ivo satisfaction, and hopo by so doing
to merit a share of public patronage.
All complaints ion ut our uiucu, m uiu
Bhupo'of a note directed to the managers
of the UNITED. OAKKIACJE CO., will
receive prompt attention.
U.MTKJ) OAKItlAGi: CO.
Ofllco and Carriage 8tand next door E,
O. Hall's, corner of King and Fort Sts.
But Booft Honest Yalne for Eyery Doflar !
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
Since the arrival of the " Alameda'
WILL BE FOUND VERY COMPLETE
In all my usual flue variety of fine Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
IMCeirfis Boots, Shoes and 3-a,iterN
, : In Great "Variety.-1
Is as usual very complete.
As to the good qualities of my Goods'-the" Ila'dies 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 ,
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As Low as Consistent with: Prudence.
Honolulu, March 6th, .1885., " " 962 2w
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
07 art a CO Hotel1 Htrqt,t ( j
JUST 11ECE1VED, EX MA1UPOSA, On Ice, Quail; CalaJtesh Salmon, CU
Flounders, Cauliflours, Colery, Eastern Ojstersin tin and shell;
and Red Cabbage.
ALSO Boxes Table Raisins, Boxes Cala Dried Figs, Cases Duret Salad Oil, pints
and pints; Cases Lucca Salad Oil, Kegs Salt Water Cucumbtn, Kegs at
Mixed Pickles, Kits Salmon1 'Belliesi Best BuBsian Caviar, Casks Dnpea
nams, Dried Peaches, Dried Fruits, of all kinds, 2,1b tins Cala Butter, al!
kinds Canned Meats, Fresh Cala Table Apples. Cases Eagle Cond. Milk,
P & M Yeast Powder, Sacks Dairy Salt, Boxes Alden Dried Apples, Leg
Soused Pigs' Feat, Kits Mackerel,' Cases Soused Maoktrel, Casks Star Harai,
Dupee Bacon, Fresh Germea, Island Potatoes, all kinds Canned Vegetable
all kinds Canned Fruits, Fresh Ground Kona Coffee every day. vur Prict .
are low. Goods delivered 'to all parts of the city,
Island Orders solicited. Telephone NoV 240. P. 6,;BoxJ297. (768
Pacific Hardware Company
XjTMXTHI. . i
SUCCESSORS TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAlfL NOTT.
, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise-
Tlio'comblried stock of the two firms gives us a very fulland complete line of
. goods, at lowest market rates. All orders sent to't'ho-undsrsigned, or to Mr.
Samuel Nott for specialties in tho class of goods formerly sold by him, will at
present receive his personal attention and supervision.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
RS. A. F. MOIUUS takes pleasuro
in announcing tuat sue lias leascu
Tho Beautiful Scasldo Rctldonco
Of Mr. Allen Herbert, at WAIKIKI,
Honolulu's famous bummer resort, and
la prepared to accommodate parties de.
sirous of enjoying the balmy air, unsur.
passed sca.bathing, and tropical rest and
?ulct of this charming place. Every
aclllty is offered for tho perfect enjoy,
incut of this ideal watering place. By
special arrangement Dodd'fl Line of
nusses will take passengers to me en.
trance of the place, when two or more
For terras, etc., apply to Mr. Congdon,
Telephone No. 1502, Queen St., Honolulu,
or to the undersigned, at the residence.
num. A. F. HOURIH.
Waikiki Telephone, No. 357. Lessee.
PP. GRAY. M. D.,
. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ofllce, first door west of Library Build
ing. Hours, from 0 to 11 a.m., and 3 to 4
and 7 to 8 p.m. Sundays, 0 to 11 a.m.
Residence, cor. Einau and PensacoU
streots. 048 ly
WENNER & CO.
OiS FOItT HTRKKT. s
Have on hand New Foreign and Horn
Watches, Bracelets, Neoklets,
Pins, Looked, Clook,-i
And Or naments of all kinds.
Silver and Gold Plate.
Elegant Solid Silver Tea SeU
Suitable for Presentation.
Cuff ravine an A Ifativ Jw lrjr 1
Repairing in all its branches.
Or Sol Agents for King's Eye Preservers. :