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WKDNKSDAY.MAHCI! 18, 1085.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All tituu from noon of to-day, Mar. IS.
Hum Seta HO.
Still Rises IS 1).
MouultUi1 17 27.
High Tide (small) It 00.
High Tldo (largo) in 30.
WIND AMI v.xvrm.K
ltcuuul finni noon or jnntiuitii
Atboar?ml. Tliuinioiuolci llntn.
I 41i 1 till I 5JIi II sit t,1i I Sh I tolRh
Wind, S. W, light J Sky, uliowcryjSeninodcr-nip.
, . 1U arrivals.
Stint- C R UUtiop from Kllaucn. Hana-
lei, Walalua and Waiunau.
Schr Rainbow fiom ICoolmi
, ,u DEPARTURES.
StinrMokoltl for Wlndwaid PoiU
Schr Ehukal for Walnlitn
Ship Melrose for Xaunluio
Bk Meteor for S V
Si'hr .Teiuilo Walker for Fnmilns's Is
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bglnc W G It win for San Francisco
Bark Hope for Poit Townsend
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktno Eureka, Lee
Bk Hope, Pcnhnllow
Bgtne W O Irwin. Turner
Bktuc DUeovcry, I'errhnan
Bktne Ella, Howe
Bk Lady Lampoon, Marston
Steam Bktne Morning Star, Biay
For AVlndward Ports per Kinau, Mur
17 Hon II Knlhclani. Jl Us Eva Par
ker, Miss Mary Ulll, Miss Hannah Low,
Mls J Kalal Ail. Mrs Kia Nnhaolclua
and (! children, Madame Com, D S
Clilsliolm, J M Homer, Sr, J S Winter.
II S Trcgloau. J Stubblcbeen.
For Kauai per Planter. Mar 17 F B
Ancibach, Dr G Herbert, .Tas Gay, Mrs
Louis Titcomb and infant, Mrs A Ke
kel, S Decker, J H ilolaulkn, Mis A
Lowell, Mi-s S Wahinekapu.
For Familng's Is per Jennie Walker,
Mar 18 C B Gicig and two Misses
Tho schooner Jennie Walker sailed
this day for Vaulting's Nlaud. She
took 1 wuk of noble whiskey, 40 tons of
guano, 17." pkgs of hardware and dry
good-, 41,000 shingle, 110 feet of lum
ber and 1 case of nide. Total foicign
Seven laborers took passage this p. in.
for Tanning's Is per schooner Jennie
Scltr Rainbow brought G03 bags of
The bjik Hope will tall for Port
Townspnd on Fiiday or Satutday next.
The steamer Iwalaui is due to-day.
The glii Mehose will pail this even
ing orto-morrow morning.
The bark Meteor sailed this p. in. for
San Francico. She took 17,750 bags of
sugar, 1,127 bags of cobra and 20 boxes
of dried bananas. Value. 1,021.00.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A horse, thoroughly broken to
harness and Bound, is advertised for.
Farm and Home notes on our
first page and selections on the
Billy Emerson saj-s he will make
you all laugh heartier to-morrow
night than ever.
TiiuitE is a long string of ca9ss
set down for hearing in the Civil
Court to-monow morning.
The usual prayer meeting at Fort
Street Church this evening. Subject,
"Difficulties and how to moot them."
Fri-.su and new goods by every
steamer from the coast. King Bros. ,
frame and cornice makers. 1)71 3t
Very little business was done in
the city yesterday. Most of the
larger stores were closed during the
Owing to the inclement weather
last evening the roller coaster was
not running. However, it will bo
runningfthiB evening, i
Them: was quite a number of pic
nic parties over the Pali yesterday.
Some of them got badly caught in
the rain in returning.
A dividend of- three dollars per
share is being paid to Ilia stock
holders of Paia plantation. That is
not bad by tiny means.
, Florida Lemonade made by the
Crystal Soda 'NVorks is tho finest in
the market. Try it and bo convinced.
A LAitai: variety of cabinet cele
brities, also sterescopic views,
bterchoscopes, graposcopes, etc., at
King Bros.'s Ait Store. 9C9 St
You will certainly regret it if you
do not attend Sachs' great hosiery
sale now iu progress at 104. Foit
A bi'LoiAi. Lenten service will bo
hcld'at St. Andrew's Cathedral this
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Key. Geo.
"Wallace will deliver a siorl address.
nlr.n?, Wcnnor &, Co,, tlio well
known manufacturing jovrellcts, keep i
constantly on hand n laige nnd
vaiiud stock of jewelry, watched,
gold and silver plated ware, at the
old htnnd, No. 02 Foil street.
Tnr. Komenyl concert party is now
in New Zealand. At tho first con
ceit in Auckland tho attendance was
tremendous, and the old fiddler was
tcpeatcdly uticorcd. Jlr. Luckslonc
tho pianist received much applause
for his playing.
Pkof. WnylamVs lcettuo will bo
given nest Tuesday evening, for tlio
benefit of the Woman's Christian
Temperance Union. The subject
will be, ''Parliamentary Govern
ment, with anecdotes of tho English
To-mokkow at 1 0 o'clock, Lyons
& Levey will ofler at public auction,
from instructions received from Mr.
C. II. Woolmington, hu residence
and lot on Punahou street. There
is every convenience. Also, tho
entire household furniture.
Tiieri: is going to be a doughnut
party at the skating rink Friday
night. Go and sco the fun. Tho
proprietor will not explain before
hand what it is to bo like, but it will
probably bo a feast of oiled rolls,
fried skates and broiled soles.
A vr.nY important hoi so race will
take place at Kapiolani Park May
21lh. It will be a -J mile dash for
a purse of S!00, between II. J.
Agncw's Eva, W. II. Cornwall's
Maid E., Miles Bros.' Australian
Filly and James Gay's Colonel Gift.
His Ex. the American Minister
and Mrs. Daggett, His Ex. Gov.
Dominis and Deputy Marshal Day
ton, left Waialua shortly before
noon to-day and will bo in town this
afternoon. They have had a very
pleabant lime in going round the
Quite a number of people went
out to Kapiolani Park yesterday
afternoon to witness tho trotting
race between tho horses Joe Dakc
and Thomas II. The former won
in three straight' heats. Times,
2:4fi, 2:41 and. 2:-UJ. The track,
was rather heavy.
Miss Annis Montague and Mr.
Chas. Turner will arrive by the 'next
steamer from the Colonies. They
will remain here a month and then
proceed to the States, and probably
to England. It is nearly five years
since they left the Islands. Some
fine musical entertainments may be
looked for during their stay here.
The Post-oflice is just getting out
a new specimen card of Hawaiian
postage stamps. It embraces all
the stamps issued from the ofllcc
with the exception of the envelope
stamps, though there is a vacant
place for one of the latter, which
ever is preferred. There is a large
demand all over the world for our
Col. Sam Norris wasbooked to
leave by the W. IT. Dimond yester
day, and had even paid,hi3, passage
money, but at the last moment ho
concluded not to go. Ho discovered
that a number of lady passengers
were going, and lie feared he could
not endure to see them sea-sick.
Gallantry is a drawback with people
whose hearts are too tender.
Tun King's Own Volunteer
Guards turned out yesterday after
noon in their new uniforms, in com
mand of First Lieutenant C. II.
Claik. They presented a .very
creditable appearance, and their new
uniforms were much admired. Head
ed by the Royal Hawaiian Band
they marched to the Palaco and
were inspected by Ills Majesty.
Later on a lunch was served iu tho
armory. His Majesty was present
and several toasts were drunk.
Tijk Honolulu Rifles held a moot
ing last evening, when twelve new
members were elected. Af terwurds,
a short diill took place under com
mand of Capt. Aid i ich. The follow
ing piomotioni have been made:
2d Sergeant F. W. Wood, to be
Quarter Master Sergeant; 3d Ser
geant S. J. Levey, to be 2d Ser
geant! 4lh Sergeant F, Godfrey, to
be 3d Sergeant; 1st Corporal J.
Simmons, to be 4th Sergeant; 2d
Corporal W. T. Monsarrat, to be
1st Corporal. An examination for
three corporals ,vftl be held shortly-
A mt: programme Is being ar- j
ranged for tho regatta of tho Hono
lulu laciu mm iioat uittu, on inc
28th. There will bo bcvcii events.
Emi.uson's Minsticls will give a
grand matineo performance at Music
Halt Saturday afternoon. The ad
mission wilt be, adults GO ccuts,
children 25 cents.
A jilktino of the Woman's Chris
tian Temperance Union ttill be held
to-morrow afternoon at 2 :30 o'clock
in the Y. M. C. A. parlors. All
ladies arc cordially invited.
Lyon's & Levey had quite a good
attendance this morning at the sale
of furniture at the residence of the
late Capt. Oat. The articles offered
brought fair prices.
Hereafter, Manager Thos. Wall
of tho skating rink, will bo in per
sonal attendance afternoons and
evenings. The rink will be open to
the general public this evening.
Messrs. Ilackfeld & Co. are sole
agents in these islands for the New
Zealand Frozen Meat and Storage
Company, Auckland. This com
pany's meats are tho finest in the
Tun following is the junior crew
of the Myrtle Boat Club at present
in training for tho regatta on the
28lh: J. L. Torbet, F. Whitney,
W. McBride, W. T. Monsarrat,, A.
W. Carter, A. M. Brown and W.
F. Love, coxswain. Wc are unable
to find out anything about the
A meeting of the subscribers to
the stock of the Kukaiau Plantation
Co. was held Monday, when the
Charter of Incorporation granted
them was accepted and the following
officers elected : President, II. F.
Glade ; Vice-President, J. M. Horn
er; Tteasurcr, J. F. Ilackfeld;
Auditor, A. Horner; Secretary, E.
Wi: arc sorry to see that the crews
of the Honolulu Boat Club are not
taking so much interest in their
coming regatta as they ought to. It
seems as if the first crew was nib
bling pretty thoroughly the bait held
to them by the Myitlc boys, as there
is no doubt the latter crew will enter
the aiena on the 28th inst., and, as
usual, walk away with the spoils.
Tho King's crew is in active training
at Kalihi. What's the matter with
you, Honolulu? Brace up or you
will most decidedly get left.
Emerson's minstrels had a large
audience .last evening and the per
formance gave great"" satisfaction.
The programme was an entirely new
one. There was a decided improve
ment in the music, Mr. Berger being
at the piano and Mr. Rcinhart lead
ing with.the violin. Billy Emerson
was immense in his vocal selection,
and also in the concluding piece,
"One night in a bar room." The
Cogill Bros., Walsh and King, as
usual, delighted the audience. The
programmes were perfumed with
Benson, Smith & Co.'s celebrated
Maile Cologne. The fifth perform
ance will be given to-morrow evening-
The following cases were heard
and disposed of by Justice Bickerton
in the Police Court this morning:
Joe Hclcluhi, a coachman, was fined
85 for heedless riding. II. A ITeen,
for assault and battery on Mow
Lcong, was remanded until the 23d.
Mr. Hartwcll for piosecution and
Messrs. Preston and Russell for
defendant. Bila, for larceny of a
bunch of bananas from a Chinaman,
was sent over the rcof for 40 days.
Geo. Nawakoa, for assault and bat
tery on a Chinaman, forfeited bail
The wild-looking Chinaman, See
Wong, with the long hair, was
brought up on a charge of vagrancy.
Since ho was arrested, Dr. Webb
examined him and testified he was
not insane. His Honor said the roan
needed a general cleaning up, and
sent him to Capt. Tripp's stone
masion for fifteen days.
Some of the native policemen are
a little apt to exaggerate matters,
and this was the case with No. 'J,
when he preferred a charge, of heed
less diiving against Ah Fo, who
drives a meat wagon for butcher
Oliphant. It was proved that the
horse couldn't travel any more than
three miles an hour, and that with
constant whipping. 'Tho anlmnl
could go to Wnlltlkl and back In two
hours and a half. OI courso on such
evidence tlio Chinaman was dis
charged, though His Honor lold him
to he careful.
Walitncaukea is a pilsoner serv
ing Bcntcnco at Oalut Jail. The
other day he felt In need of a little
cash, to sold the boots he was
wearing to a native for 30 cents. Of
courso selling prison ptopcrty is an
offence which cannot bo looked over,
so Wahlncaukea will have to servo
an additional two months' Imprisonment.
The Albany Argus thinks that if
Tennyson's play is too long for the
stage, as has been alleged, the stage
should be enlarged.
"Neck or nothing," remarked the
landlady as she handed that part of
the chicken to the late boarder.
The practice of a new and infam
ous kind of rascality has just been
discovered in New York and Brook
lyn. Dr. Bartley, a chomist, has
detected butchers using Venetian red
and other reds to give a bright color
to sausage, head cheese and other
meats that haYo lost their color by
decomposition and havebecome unfit
for food. These dyes usually con
"Ma," remarked young Johnnie
Jarphly, "I hoard Mr. Brown say he
was going to put some more of his
land in strawberries this yenr."
"Gracious me, I hopo not!" ex
claimed Mrs. Jarphly. "There was
enough of his land in thoso I bought
of him last year." Pittsbury Chro
nicle. George Washington Adams goes
to buy a pair of shoes of Hans Bach
stein. "Veil, moin frient, vot nora
pcr do you varo, onyhowz." "Wall,
cus'om'ry I wca's two, 'ccpt in Ide
summer time, when I goes bahfoot
cd ; so let's hev a par, an' yo' bigger
wnicit ooits into
Most of the Houses
EASY RATES !
WE HAVE a fewtons of the Frank
lin Stove Conl on board the
Morning Star, to bo landed immediately.
All in want of this article please leao
orders early w ith
071 lw C. KKEWER &. OO.
Building: Lots for Sale.
SEVERAL building lots for sale or
rent at Knpalaraa,- nenr the Niuhc
lowal bridge, on the Ewa Bide of tho
lane leading to Austin's estate. Easy
terms. Apply to W. C. ACIII,
Law office of W. R. Castle. S87 tf
ALL persons hnving claims against
the E&tato of W. II. "Wilknisorj,
which havo been contracted previous to
the 0th day of February, 1835, are re.
quoted to band the same to the As
signees on or before the 31st iuif.
Assignee Eit. W. H. Wilkinson.
ilonolulu, 3Iarch 12th, 1S35. 987 td
rniiE WOltLD-EENOWXED leading
JL Fortuneteller.' iust arrived from
tho principal cities iu Europe nnd North
America, takes tills way to inform the
public thathho i& to consult in regard to
having revealed the patt, present and
future, In her home, No. 127 King St.
RS. A. F. MORRIS takes pleasure
in announcing tliat hliu lias leased
Tho Beautiful Soaslda Residence
Of Mr. Allen Herbert, at WAIKIKI,
Honolulu's fumous summer resort, and
is prepared to accommodate parties dc.
siroua of enjoying tho balmy air, unsur.
passed sea-bathing, and tropical rest and
quiet of this charming place. Every
facility is oilbrod for the perfect enjoy,
ment of this ideal watering place. By
special urraogemcut DothlV Lino of
'Busses will tako passengers to the en.
trance of tlic place, when two or more
For terms, etc., apply to Mr. Congdon,
Telephone No, U02, Queen St., Honolulu,
or to the undersigned, at tho residence.
MIIH. A. I". 31UKUIM,
Walklkl Telephone, No. 257. Lessee.
' S05 8m
mmmmmmmm&amssmmtiwjimip: r at
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
Since the arrival of the " Alameda,"
WALL BE FOUND VERY COMPLETE
In all my usual fine variety of fine Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
IMCeii'sa Boots, Shoes aixd. Grait.oi'S
In Great Variety.
THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT
Is as usual very complete.
As to the good qualities of my. Gfoods the Hadies 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
As Low as Consistent with Prudence.
Honolulu, March Gth, 1885.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
O? mirt Of) ilotcl Street,
JUST RECEIVED, EX MARIPOSA, On Ice, Quail, Cilu Fresh Salmon, Cnla
Flounilcrii, Caulillours, Celery, Eastern Oysters, in tiu and sholl ;'
and Red Cabbage.
ALSO Boxes Table RaisinB, Boies Cala Dried Figs, Cases Buret Salad Oil, pints
and y, pints; Oases Lucca Salad Oil, Kegs Suit Water Cucumbers, 'Kegs of
Mixed Pickles, Kits Salmon Bellies, Best Russian Caviar, Casks Dupea
Hams, Dried Peaches, Dried Fruits of all kinds, 2 lb tins Cala Butter, all
kinds Canned Meats Fresh Cala Table Apples, Cases Eagle Cond. Milk,
1' & M Yeast Vow der, Sacks Dairy Salt, Boies. Aldcn Dried Apples, LegH
Soused Pigs' Feet, Kits Mackerel, Cnbes Soused Mackerel, Casks Stnr Hams,
Dupeo Uacon, Frch Gcrniea, Island Potatoes, all kinds Canned Vegetable
all kinds Canned Fiuits, Fresh Ground Kona ColTeo every day. Our Prices
arc low. Goods delivered to all parls of the city,
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. Box 207. (762
Pacific Hardware Company
SUCCESSORS TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAML N0TT.(
IMPORTERStAND DEALERS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,, House Furnishing
Goods, and Goncral Merchandise ,
Tho combined stock of the two Huns gives us a very full and complete'llne of
goods, at lowcs-t market rales. All orders bint to the undesigned, or to Mr.
Samuel Nott for specialties hi the eloBsof goods formerly .old by him, will at
present receive His personal attention nuij supervision.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
..,,.. r..-iv-M tfg??gniagjam
I-'or Haiti oi- Sahim.
iDescriptlou of laud on. King Slieet,
X. C. A.'tm.to Kulivwailehua.
pCOINNlNG at tlio webt corner of
JL this adjoining Namiuiu and a yard
'belonging to' C, Jiamiinu, and i tinning
b. ayaj. luu iiiiKS ajong, ino wukui fiuc
of this bouso lot, and to (the (yard be
longing to llafeau thence "N. fill0 E. 10.1
Ilnkaito an anahua, N. 4:1 J2. 2 chains
along tho yard of Hakau and M. Keku
auaoa to tho inakal side of King Street,
thoncoa httlo to left hand 8 links east
-cornm- unauka of C, Kanaina's lot, B.
43 W.'l"2 links along O. Kannlna to a
crooked place, thence N. ol "V. 133
links along C. Kanalna to O. Kanaina's
old yard, thence tQvard tho sea along
the saiU yard to tflace or coinincuciv
tiipni. Anvi . e'j.281 Acres. On thu Ka.
walahao side of Government Ilouto,
and hack of Mr. Hopper, Jr.'s residence.
i Tho above laud 1 for sale or lease to
I) a good tenant on easy terms. Apply to
! b T. W. RAWLINS,
j ,fl(U Jw Leleo Soap "Works.
IN PRICES I
For Every Dollar!
PP. GRAY. iM. D.,
Ofllcc first door west of Library Build
ing. Hours, from D to 11 a nu, and 2 to 4
and, 7 to 8 p.m. Sundays, 'J to 11 a.m.
Residence, cor. Kinau and Pcnsacola
streets. 048 ly
" .1 ' i
Corner King and Fort Streets,
Ib prepared to make all kinds and btyles
Fioma locket ilzc up, Island Views J
niwl ilnvnllv l1Mnrl fnnfltfllltl V
fiC7 2w ' ' Proprietor.
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