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TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 188...
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All U mo from noon of to-tlny, Mar. 17,
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Sim Jtlscs 18 i),
Moon llUi'i 17 27,
High Tide (email) ;i 00,
High Title (hug'') in ao.
wtsu au m.vtiii:u
Kecoul dam noon of jostculuy:
MSou'loSSi. Tlionnnmcler Kaln.
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Wind, S. W. light Sky, Minn ory;. Sea model
nte. ,, , , ARRIVALS.
S S City of Sydney from Autralln
31 arch 17-
ScIt Ehuknl from Wnlalua
, ,. DEPARTURES.
S S City of Sydney for S F
Stmr Kln.au for Wlndwaid Poits
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Sehr Rob Roy for Koolau
Selir Knulkeaoull for Kohala
Schr Mann for Hllo
Schr Kawallnnl for Koolau
W II Dlmoml for S F
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
StnirMokolll for Wlndwaid Pcrt3
Schr Ehukiif for Waialua
Ship Mehose for Nanalmo
Bk Meteor for S P
Selir .Icnulo Walker for Running's Is
VESSELS IN PORT.
Wanes Eureka, Lee '
Bk Hope, Penhall6w
Bgtne W G Irwin, Turner
Bktne Discovery, Pcnlinan
Bktne Ella, Howe
Bk Lady Lampson, Mniston
Steam Bktne Morning Star, Bray
For liana, IIuclo and Kahulul per
Llkcllke. March 10 Hon S G Wilder,
Mrs S G Wilder aud seivant, I Tewks
bury, Capt Rcvno'ds, AM Moffat, HP
Baldwin, G O Williams, M-s Totcll and
daughter, A Mclnlye, G Rauop, Miss
Dickson. Miss Atk'non, Mr3 ' Lowrie
and 2 children, Mis C H,Aloxander and
2 ehlldicn. Mis L A Tliurston, .1 Lucas
and wife, D Qntlty.
From tho Colonies per City of Syd
ney. March lti Rv G B Simeon, Mr II
B Simeon, and one iu the steevne.
Fiom Honolulu for San Franc sco per
City of Syduey, Jfaich 17 Mr Shaw,
Mr Rcar.in, Mrs FilLinoic, Miss Smith
aud 3 Chinese.
For Sati Franc'sco per W II Dimond,
March 17 Heruirn Schleler, E V At
kinson, Dr F B Carpenter, Mis Dr Car
peiiter, t'Mra Alexander. Col Norris, J
jj rurvis, J l'j
i Claik, G L roircc, II L
This morning's Advcri'scr says the
bark Lady Lampoon briug3 570 tori of
'wool. Trie shipping reporter of that
paper will'fecl'sheepish when the Lady
Lampson discharge! her wool iu blic
kets, and it v!P be a coal day for the
The Eureka will sail for San Fran
cisco on Saturday or Tuesday next.
The barltLady Lampson, Capt Mars
ton, 08 days fiom Newcastle, bring? D70
tons of coal. She is docked near the O
S S wharf. She had light winds and
squally weather the euthc passage.
The Klikitat hilngs 507,750 feet of
lumber, 10,000 laths, 100,000 shingles,
ao piles, 7 snais aud 1 flacr-nolc.
Sebr Ehukai brovcht 123 hags of'
hiigar, .) hides and u pigs f'om Wuialua.
The S S Ciiy of Sydney arrived last
night. She was delayed by strong N E
Lai. 11-50 X. Lon. 115-12 W. the Ab
laham Baikcr spoke the vessel Pales
tine. The whaler Abraham Baikcr rcpoits
the ship .Tolm Rocenfeid of Bath,
Maine, -J G 'Baker ma;ter, in Long.
110-18 W!, 12 days ft'oih San Francisco
bound fOi.- Liverpool. All hands well.
The bktno W H Dimond sailed this
morning for San Francisco vith 8,033
bags of sugar, 2,218 bags of lice and C
bales of wool.
' ' y LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
' St. Patrick's Day.
Billy Emerson tonight and don't
you 'forget it. -
The' roller coaster will receive
i in .
, passengers this evening.
Dr., Carpenter, and family left by
the W. II.' Dimond this morniiig.
Sojrn interesting selections will he
fonndjon'ouTf ,fli'st and fourth; pages.
The skating rink will be open tills
evening for ladies and their escorts.
Gekeuai. Vau TJureu left by the
a f Cityof Sydney this morning for the
A meeting of Excelsior Lodge
will be held this evening at 7.30
The Post-ofllcc despatched by Ike
City of Sydney 1500 letters and 155
The Young People's Christian
Temperance) Union will meet this
evening at' 7.30 o'clock.
The P. M. S. S. Zealandia will be
due on Saturday from San Francisco
.with dates to the 14th inst.
Biu.v Emerson's Minstrels at
Musio Hall this evening. Entire
change- of programme. , ,
Col. C. P. Inukea, Collector
General of Customs, is enjoying. a
vacation on the island of Maui.
i, , i .
' Ai.b tho Consular lings tiro flying
lo-ilny, mid a good tunny shYps"Tn
the harbor display bunting.
Titr. Honolulu Hlltcs meet for
UipIi- usual weekly diill thii evening
at their Aimory at 7.30 o'clock.
Klouiiu Lemonade mmlo by tho
Crystal Soda Works is the finest in
tlic maikcl. Tiy It aud bo convinced.
A SAI.UTI. was Ilictl from the shoro
battery nt noon, In honor of tho
nnnivcrsmy of the bitth of Kauicka
Oitk migratory friend Col. Norris
is again on the deep blue sea. He
lctt for San Francisco this morning
on the W. II. Dimond.
A r.Aitor. variety of cabinet cele
biilics, also sterescopio views,
sterehoscopes, graposcopes, etc., at
King Bros.'s Ait Store. 9G9 3t
Mns. J. A. Fillmore, wife of the
General Superintendent of tho Cen
tral Pacific Railway, left by the'City
of Sydney this morning.
The New Zealand Cabinet has
decided not to offer a contingent for
the Soudan before the Legislature
meets. Tho Auckland Herald criti
cizes the delay.
At i0 o'clock to-morrow morning,
Lyons & Levey will sell at the resi
dence of the late Capt. J. M. Oat,
Punchbowl Street, the,cntire .house
Shaw's English team of cricketers
were defeated for the lirst time in
tho Colonies by a Sydney team,
February 24th. Tho match was
won by eight runs only, amidst in
A vert strong southwesterly wind
prevailcd'at Iloriokaa last Friday,
during which one of the smoke
stacks at the-Mill was blown down,
damaging the roof ,of the boiling
Last evening, a school for the
Japanese .was opened nt the Not Hi
Pacific 'Missionary institute. It will
be Btrictly'ri'if evening school, and
under the auspicesof the Hawaiian
Board. Mr. H.. M. Dow is the
At a meeting' of the Board of
Directors of the Kapiolani Park
Association, held March 13th, tho
following officers were elected for
the ensiling year: President, Hon.
A. S. Cleghorn; Vice-President,
Dr. J. S. McGrew; Treasurer, Mr.
Cecil Brown ; Secretar', Mr. H. R.
The Advertiser mentioned the
other day, about the soot from the
Mariposa being , carted away and
used for fillingin purposes. It might
be used to more advantage, from the
following recipe: "Twelve quarts of
soot to a hogshead of water makes a
good liquid manure, to be applied to
the roots of plants."
The S. S. .City of Sydney arrived
in port last evening shortly before
10 o'clock., A large number of
persons were at the wharf to witnoss
her arrival. She had head winds
the ' entire passage, yr'hicu delayed
her. After discharging mails and a
quantity of freight she left again at
1 : 15 this morning for San Francisco.
, The( Postmaster-General reqeived
by the last mail, New Year's cards
from the Post-oftlces of Norway and
Turkey. . The one from the former
country is very pretty, showing
several winter scenes.' Ka.11 that have
been received thus far cannot conir
pare for design aud beauty with tho
one sent from the Honolulu Post
office. Frank Gertz is now5 comfortably
settled in his new store No. 103 Fort
street. By the last tteamer he re
ceived a lot of new goods making his
stock one of the most complete in
town. Ladies, misses and gents
requiring anything in the boot and
shoe line should not fail to call on
Frank Gcitz, Fort street, sign of the
' golden boot.
Tueke was music in the air at
Monticello, N. Y., ono day in tho
first' week of February. The in
hahitants of that quiet village heard
the school bell ring at an unusual
hour, aud inquiry revealed that
tho teacher was using the end of
tho bell ropo to Hog n refractory
pupil. What memories "those even
ing hells" will recall to ' that young
lad in after years.
Tim Woman's Christian
ii expressing "their
nppioval sf the Pacific Hose Com
pany's interdiction of liquor nt their
last annual celebration, announce
their intention "to furnish coffee to
the firemen when called out lo their
duties on future occasions, and thus
prevent, as far as possible, the dis
tribution of intoxicating driuks."
Mu. S. J. Levey received a very
handsome white and brindlc grey
hound by tho City of Sydney last
evening from the Colonies. It is by
Master McGrath out of llosobud.
Master McGrath is the famous dog
who won the 'Waterloo Cup, the
great English coursing event, two
years in succession, and was sold to
parlies in the Colonies for 81,250.
The Kev. G. B. Simeon and Mr.
H. B. Simeon, brothers of Mrs.
Willis, wife of the Bishop of Hono
lulu, arrived from the Colonies last
evening by the City of Sydney.
They will remain here about two
months. The former gentleman
will deliver a seiies of mission ad
dresses in St. Andrew's Cathedral
Mn. F. M. Swanzy, managing
clerk for the house of Thco. II.
Davies & Co., leaves by tho Ala
meda, April 1st, for a trip to
England. He will be absent about
six months. Mr. Swanzy has been
in the islands about four j-cars, and
during that time -has proved a 'valu
able aquisition to our musical and
dramatic circles. We wish him a
pleasant voyage and a safe return.
Catt. McDonald filed a bill in
equity against the assignees of the
Kennedy & Co. estate, to enforce
"the acceptance of a certain bid for
assets of tho said estate. It was
argued in the Supremo Com t yester
day before Justice McCully, wio will
give his decision to-monow at 2
'clock. .Messrs. Jno. Austin and
Hartwell for plaintiff and Mr. R. F.
Bickcrton for defendants.
The New South Wales contingent
for the Soudan was to have left
Sydney on thoSrd inst. Fully fifty
thousand people witnessed the evolu
tions of tho trbops in Moore Park on
the previous Saturday. Over five
hundred men are compiiscd in the
contingent, and" they arc described
as of good physique and a credit to
tho colony. Several clergymen had
applied to go as chaplains, but
owing to the variety of creeds lcpre
sented it was decided not to send
Mn.AD. Baldwin, o far as heard
from, appears to have been the only
local scientist with sufficient en
thusiasm to get up in time to see the
eclipse of the sun 'yesterday morn
ing. It was 6 :20 o'clock before thesun
goti over the mountains, and then it
plainly borethe shadowof the moon
in tho left hand quarter. The
shadow reached a line that would
mark off about a sixth of the sun's
diameter. It had disappeared by
G:48, thus agreeing with tho cal
culation in Thrum's Almanac.
In tho Tolice Court on Monday
Pat McIIugh for drunkonncss for
feited bail of SO. Ah Kai, for as
saulting Ah Chow, forfeited 510 bail.
Ah Fo, for heedless driving, was le
manded until the 18th inst. J. Fjl
lcnbnrgh pleaded guilty to disturb
ing the quiet of night and was fined
$5 and costs. Sam Gourley, for
violating express rule No. 25, was
lined $7 and costs. Kekahuna, for
the same offence, was fined $7 and
costs and his license ordcicd to be
cancelled. Arthur Hunt, for assault
and battery on II. C. Keed, was
fined S5 and $3.40 costs.
Mn. Thos. S. Douglas, secretary
of the Hawaiian Carriage Manufac
turing Co., met with quite a little
experience last evening with his
horso and carriage, shortly after 10
o'clock, which fortunately did not
have any serious consequences. He
was preparing to go home, Mrs.
Douglas had already got in the car
riage, which was standing outside
tho Co.'s works, wliea tho horse
started to kick and back, breaking
the shafts, and finally freeing itself,
made off with the harness on and
has not yet been found. Mis.
Douglas jumped out as soon as the
horse commenced his antics, and
thus saved herself from being tin own
out. The wagon was considerably
VALUABLE FOR REFERENCE,
The lion. 11. M. Whitney, "Posl-innalcr-Gcucinl,
received by the
City of Sydney yesterday, Funds
and McDoifgall's Melbourne Di
rectory for lfiflo, llanls's Official
Guide and Alinannc for New South
Wales for 1885, and Wnlch's Tas
miminn Almaiiau for 1885. The
Melbourne Directory is rather a
largo hook, handsomely bound, and
very complete in information. It
contains a map hich shows every
street and building iu Melbourne
and suburbs. The other two books
aic smaller, but still contain a vast
amount of valuable information.
Any person Vtho at any time has
occasion to refer to these books can
do so on application to the Postmaster-General
at tho Post-oHlcc.
The Morning Star is docked at
Brewer's wharf. A large number of
poisons visited her to-day.
By her success in the tieatmentof
Chief Justice Waito, a lady physician
of Washington has given a "boom"
to homoeopathy, which is tho school
she practises in.
rnilK WORLP-KENOWNKD leading
JL Fortune-teller, just anl id from
the principal cities in Europe nnd North
America, takes this way to inform the
pumic mat sue is to consult in icgaru 10
having tcvoalcd the past, present and
futtne, in hi-r home, No. 127 King SI.
JFor Sale or HiCtise.
Description of land on King Street,
L. C. A. CU7 to Kuluwalleliua.
E EG INNING at the west corner of
this udjoining Namauu au,d a yard
belonging to O. Kanalna, and running
S. 30' E. 100 links along Uio lunkni side
of lliis house lot, and to tho yard be.
longing to llakau thence N. 53 E. 10o
links to an minima, N. 43s E. 2 chains
along the yard of H.ikau and 31. TCcku
nnnoa to tho niakni ulo oC King Sticct,
thoncp u little to left hand S links eat
corner inauka of O. Katuina's lbt, S.
43 W. 172 links along C. Ivunaina lo a
crooked place, thence N. 51 W. 1!W
links along U. Kanaiu.i to U. lumalna',
old yard, "thence toward the sea along
the said Nnrd to place Of commence
meiil. Area, 22,231 Acies. On the Kn
valahan sidu of Government Home,
and back ol'iBlr. Hopper, J i.'s residence.
The above land isforsile or lease to
a good tenant on easy terms. Apply to
T. W. RAWLINS,
DC-t lw Leleo Soap Works.
J5y older of Henry R. JIacfnilane, Eq.
1 will ofl'er at Public Auction,
Saturday, March 28th,
At 12 noon, at my Sales Room,
yUuloipti provloubly lJMiowotl
ot at li-l-vnlo Sale,
THOSE SPLENDID LOTS on the
corner of Bcielania and Piilcoi Sts,
Subdivided as follows into Houc Lots,
and at the following upset prices,
from which there can be no deviation.
150 feet, Bcrelanii
.Upset price S1500
by 1C0 feet, Kinau
...Upset price $1200
Lot 3100 feet
by 1C0 feet, lieretania
stieet .'Upset price $1-100
Lot 1100 feet by 150 feel, Kinau
pIiclh Upset pi ice $1100
Lot C 100 feet by l!"j0ifcct, lieretania
street , Upset price $1 100
Lot 0100 feet by 150 feet, Kinau
street Upset price $1100
Lot 7100 feet by 300 feet, with, the
buildings thci eon. Upset price $2100
Lot S 100 feet by 150 feet, IJeietiinia
stieet Upset price i.1250
Lot 0100 feet by 150 feet, Young
street Upset pilec $000
Lot 10100 feet by 150 feet, Eeietania
street , . . . ...Upset pi ke $1250
Lot 11100 feet by 150 feet, Young
stieet Upbet price $000
The upper lots ucie purchased by Sir.
Macfarlane for a resideiiLC, and for tho
purpose of inipiovcment, it has had
great care and ouUlutlon, &o that at
piescnt It is well covered by a t.irjjn
variety of trees, as well as a choice col
lection of plants and llowcrs, all in
Among the fruit and sludo ticcs will
be found tho Tifieler's Tree, the Royal
Palm, thn Wino I'alni, the Lemon Tiec,
tho Pan l'alin, the Cocoanut, the .I.ip.ui
sc Or.mgo, tho l'onoiaiia Rcgla, (lie
Mandarin Orange, tho Fig Tree, the
Alligator Pear, the Alguroba and others.
In Roses and Flowers' there aro a great
variety, which must be seen to be ap
preciated. Water pipes aro laid on in each of
Lots Nos. 1 lo7, 'inclusive, and CO feel
of liiiEo will icach any part of them.
These lots aro situated just iu the ccntie
of Kalaokahua Plains, on tho principal
Hieet leading from Honolulu, jiml mo
within twenty minutes' walk from town,
as well as being upon the omnibus
route to i'uuahou.
I hliall offer Ilium on very faumiblo
tcrm.s for purchasers, namely,
Onc-Pourth Cash, ami balance iu
equal payments of one, two, thrco
and four years, wilh Interest at'7
per rent,, hceuiul by mortgage.
Thi division of payments, and low
into of Interest, allows one foi a com
paratively small sum annually paid for
four years, lo become the owner of n
beautiful homestead lot.
PaitlM dcsiilng lotsmuit make early
application, as wo blnUI sell nt private
halo to tho-u who llrst apply.
I'lam pfilhe property can bo been at
Deeds at put chaser's c.pcnac.
E. P. ADAMS,
047 t'th & b td Auctioneer.
i(ijmi,)in ii u iny
-s few px,
But Kooil Honest Value for Every Dollar !
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
Since tho arrival of tho " Alameda,"
WELL BE FOUND VERY COMPLETE
In all my usual flue variety of fine Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
iMCen's Boots, Slioes aud O-aiterw
In Great Variety:
THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT
Is as usual very complete,
As to the good qualities of my Goods the Ijadids 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 Shoesj 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.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
C7 ana on Hotel (Street,
JUST RECEIVED, EX MARIPOSA, On Ice, Quail, Cala Fresh Salmon, CaU ' " -Flounders,
Cauliflours, Celery, Eastern Oysters, in tin and shell;
and Red Cabbage.
ALSO Boxes Table Raisins, Bocs Cala Dried Figs, Chics Durct Salad Oil, pints '
and J pinls; Cases Lucca Salad Oil, Kegs Silt Water Cucumbors, Kegs of
Mixed Pickles, Kits Salmon Bullies, Best Russian Caviar, Casks Dupea
Haras, Dried Peaches, Diicd Fruits of all kinds, 2 lb tins Cala Tinner, all
kinds Canned Meats, Flesh Cala Table Apples, Cases Eagle Cond. Milk,
P ct M Yeast Powder, Sacks Dairy Salt, Boxes Allien Dried Apples, Legs A
Soused Pigs' Feet, Kils Mackerel; Cases Soused Mackerel, Casks Star Hami,
Dupeo Uacon, Fresh Gcrmca, Island Potatoes, all kinds Canned Vegetables,
all kinds Canned Fruits, Fresli Ground Koua Codeo every day. Our Prices
arc low. Goods delivered to all parts of the city,
Island Orders solicited. Telephone
Pacific Hardware Company
SUCCESSORS TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAM'L NOTT
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN - ',
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Houso FurniBhing
Goods, and General Merchandise-
Tho combined stock of the two firms gives us a very full "id complete line of
goods, at lowest market rates. All orders sent to tho undersigned, or to Mr.
Samuel Nott for tpecialties in the class of goods formerly sold by him, will at
picseut iccehe his perioiml attention and supervision.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
MRS. A. F. MORRIS takes plensuro
in announcing that she has leased
Tho Beautiful Scasldo .Jlceidonco
Of Mr Allen Htrbort, at WAIKIKI,
Honolulu'., famous bummer rrsort, and
is prepared to accommodate parties de
sirous of enjoying tho balmy ulr, unsur
passed sca-lmlhlug, and tropical rest aud
quiet of this charming place. Eveiy
facility is offered for tho perfect enjoy,
incut of this ideal watering place, lly
special orraugement Dodu's Line of
'liuHscs will take passengers to the on.
trauio of tho place, whe-u two or more
For terms, etc , apply to Mr. Cougdon,
Telephone No. 'Mi, Queen St,, Honolulu,
or lo the undersigned, ut tho residence,
2UHM. A. h MOItltIM,
Wuiklki Telephomi, No, 257. Lessee.
! i!Ji'J J'!.""l"!!g
No. 240. P. O. Box 20'
GRAY. M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office, first door west of Library liulld
iug. Hours, from 9 to 11 a m., and 3 to 4
ami 7 to 8 p.m. Sundays, 9 to 11 a.m.
Residence, cor. Kinau and Pcnsacol
streets. 048 ly
WEMER & CO.
Oa KOltT HTHUl'.T,
lluyo on hand Now Foreign and Homo
Watohos, Bracelets, Neoklets,
Pins, Lookets, Clocks,
And Or namehts of all kinds.
Silver and Gold Plate.
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Beta
Suitable for Presentation.
KuBravLue aud Xatlve Jew try
' A Specialty.
Repairing In all its broaches.
tar Solo Aginli for King's Ey Preiirven.