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THURSDAY, MAKC11 1!), 1885.
SUN, MOOII ANu SEA.
All lltno from iinon of lo-iluy, Mar. 10.
bun Sets i, eg,
Situ Rises iy j.
Moou Rlej 17 'JT,
High Tide (omull) :t oo.
High Tide (large) ir, :io.
WIND AMI ttl'.VTIIKH
Itucout fiom noon of joslmln!
AtlloTKl. laennomclw llaln.
III I Wl I I.'ll ll 2li I (III llSli I lolfili
SUM 3003 30.01 II MS I 07O f,')0 0.SCI
Wind, S. VT. llRht) Sky, hIiowoij-jSuii moder
ate. . IT ARnTVALs!
Schr Kamol fiom Laupalioclioe
Schr Caterlna from Ilunalcl
Stmr Lcliita from AVIndward PoiU
Stmr rwalanl from Hamaku.i
Stmr Kilauea Hon from AVindwaid Pts
Schr M Mo Mori is from Lanal
, , DEPARTURES.
ligtno AV G liwlu for S.m rrnnclsco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Catcilna for Hnnalcl
Hat k Hope for Poi t Townscntl
VESSELS IN PORT.
likens Euickn, Lee
Bk Hope, Pcnhnllow
Bktnc DUoovcty, 1'eiriuinn
Bk Lady Lampson, Marstou
.Steam Bktnc Morning Star, Bray
Fiom Uamakua per iwalani, Match
19 Hon F A Schtiefcr, Air J Johnstone,
Mr. Geo Hardy, Mr II 1) limeade ami
Fiom Kauai ami Wnlanae per Git
Bishop, Mai eh 18 Judge H A Wide
manii. L. J. Llonaious, Vcu Chun and
For San Fianeiseo per W Gliwin,
March 10 Miss E II Goodwin, S Xott,
wife and G childicn, Mrs J L Ellis, J
Maitln, Jas Riley.
Fiom AVIndward Poits per Kilauea
Hon, Mai eh 10 T Lucas, M Joseph.
Kam6i lti ought 3,100 bays
Schr C.itcihi.a hi might -120
sugar and 70 bbls of molasses.
The ship MclrosC sailed out
morning with a favorable wind.
The Iwalani reports bad wc.ither in
the channel. .
The whaler Ohio was u-poited off
poit this moining.
ckrMillc Monls Inoiight li0 sheep
Stmr Iwalani "brought r,7S0 bags of
sugar. She sails on Monday at 4 p. in.
Stmr Kilauea Hon brought :!,700 bags
of sugar and 20 bead of ciitle. She te
ports flue leather to wlndwaid.
The malnboom of the schooner Cate
rlna was biokcti while In the channel
on Tuesday last. A new one will be
put on to-day.
Stmr C R Bishop bi ought 235 bags of
paddy and 110 bags of sugar. She went
on tlio Mai iue .Railway this a. in. to bo
cleaned. She sails on Saturday at 8
The whaler Ohio took in stores at
tills poit to the value of 23:!.
The whaler Emma F Hciiiman ar
lived tills morning.
The Kilauea Hon .ails on Saturday at
4 p. in. ,
The bgtne AV G Irw in t-ailcd this ;i. in.
for Sau Francisco. She took 10,771
bags of sugar valued at 57,012.40.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Do not fail to see Billy Emerson
this evening at Music Hall.
Tjiiwis & Co. advertise light
gon in perfect order for sale.
llow about the tenders for the
new water works? AVheic arc they?
The Cogill Brothers have got
something good for to-night at the
TiieY. M. C. A. Geometry' and
Algebra'class'mcets this evening at
Madajii: Cora the
Maui, this week:
magician I is
The roller 'coaster will be running
this evening. The first cart starts
at 7 o'clock sharp.
S. S. Ilailford
Panama. live at any moment fiom
She Is about thirty days out from
Fkusii and now goods by every
steamer fiom the coast. King Bros.,
frame and cornice makers. U71 3t
Florida Lemonade mado by the
Crystal Soda AVoiks is the finest in
the maikot Try it and bo convinced.
This evening the Society of
Chiistian Endeavor will hold a social
at 7:30 o'clock at the residence of
Mr. J. A, Hopper.
'Kckpikg up Appearances," an
interesting and instructive aiticle,
will be found on the fourth page ;
other selections on the first.
A miiktino of Mystic Lodge,
Knights of Pythias, will be held
this evening at 7 :U0 o'clock. Busi
ness, election of Vice-Chaucellor.
A suai i. fosl-olflco mnll wns for
warded by tlio AV. G. Irwin tliis
KMr.Kos' minstrels will give
their fomlli performance at Music
Hall tills ot'eitiug with an ontlro
cliangu of programme.
'Piiu Vofdnitc skating link will
ho upon as UBiial this evening. The
uUeiulanco al this popular resort
yesterday afternoon was quite large.
Tun lnig AAr. G. lrwlu loft for San
Fiuncisco this morning at half-past
eleven o'clock. Mr. Samuel Nott
and family were passongcis by her.
. I - ..,. !! .Ill
The Temple of Fashion has just
erected three substantial hitching
posts outside of its store on Fort
street for the benefit of customers.
Mi:. 12. P. Adams will hold his
regular cash sale to-morrow morn
ing at his salesroom at 10 a. m.
Dry goods, clothing, groceries, fur
niture, etc. , will be offered.
A Ciukaman living in Ivalihi valley
has lost quite a number of fine pigs
during the past few days, through
eating the carcases of horses which
had died from "landers.
Friday and Saturday evenings,
Emcison's Minstrels will give their
farewell performances in Music Hall.
The programmes arranged for these
evenings will bo the finest of the
season. Do not get left, but sccuro
scats at Joe Wiseman's at once.
Mn. Lishman has completed the
stone work of i the chancel for the
new St. Andrew's Cathedral. lie
will next proceed with the building
of two. bays of the nave. More
stone is expected from England in
May by the .British bark Oricnte.
. 1 .o
Dor.s the Eoad Supervisor over
go out on King btreet.iaud the Wai
kiki road after lain has been falling?
The water stands in the middle of
the road, there being no outlet, as
the sides arc so high. The more
min the worse lit'cts to be.
Kiciy.jn mind the, doughnut paity
at the sknting link to-morrow night.
On the 2 llh, there will be a grand
bon bon paity, piwc skating for
ladies on the 27th, and a two mile
lace for a prize on the 31st. Just
look at the fun ahead.
Ik the Supreme Court 3'esterday
Justice McCully gaye his decision
in favor of the plaintiff in t the
case of David McDonald vs. M.
Green et al., assignees of the Ken
nedy bankrupt estate. An appeal
was noted, which will probably be
hcaul before the full bench.
AVi: have received (from Mr. J.
Simmons an official map showing the
routes of the Union Pacific Railway.
It is nicely gotten up and gives Inter
colonial, Eastern, Central, Moun
tain and Pacific time. .Several
pretty views seen from this line are
given, and the outside is full of
general information. ,
.Last, evening about ten minutes
past seven o'clock a white express
driver was driving his horso up
Nuuanu Valley past the Lyceum at
a most furious rate, and causing
passers by to scatter in every direc
tion. He had a woman iu the car
riage. Two or three persons tried
to get his number but were unable
to do so.
Mn. P. Mclncrny, who was burn
ed out juitho late fire, recently went
to San Francisco. lie returned by
the Mariposa'last week and brought'
with him a large and fine ttock of
ladies', children's and men's boots,
shoes and slippers. This splendid
stock will be opened out to the pub
lic on Saturday in tho store next to
Lycan & Co.'s, Fort street.
Quitx. a largo number went out to
the auction sale aimounccd to take
placo at Mr. AVoolmington's resi
dence, Punahou, by Lyons &Lovey,
auctioneers. Thcro was no bid for
the residence and lot. It" had been
announced in the advertisements and
posters', that the furniture wpuld bo
sold if the house was. However, as
tlio latter was not sold the furniture
AVuat wns almost a plot for a
good ghost story was enacted in the
ofllce of this paper last Friday night.
Tho manager who icsides on the
premises went in iu tho dark, and
to his horror found himself con
f touted by a strange white shape
motlonlotu, but full of terror In Us
ghostly appenrance. ytnrting back,
ho hastily struck a match, and then
nt onco the mystery was solved. It
wan the usual ycatly clean towel re
ceived from the wash that day.
Tin: Jnicai'um Gazette was ex
hibited, mounted on rollcra, at tlio
Yosomlte skating rink yelerday
afternoon. It was a uti iking por
trayal of the rollicking freedom of
tlio pi ess when beyond control.
Only the himlncss of the background
sp6iling a scries of attempted im
pressions deranged the mako-up of
an otherwise effective picture.
I I I II HI
His Ex. the American Minister
Resident and Mrs. Daggett, His Ex.
Got. Dominis and Deputy Marshal
Dayton returned last evening at half
past sis o'clock from their tour
round the island. The Governor
and Deputy Dayton went for the
purpose of inspection, and report
everything working well, and no
trouble of any kind.
HONOLULU YACHT & BOAT CLUB.
ANKIVERSAnY CLUI1 REGATTA.
The following is the programme
of the races for the above event,
which takes place Saturday, March
1 Sailing race for Racine canoes.
Prize, Club medal.
2 Six-oared gig lace. (For jun
ior or 2d crows.) Open only to
emu members who have not pulled
in senior or first crews. Prize, Club '
3 Paddling race for Racine ca
noes. Prize, Club medal.
4 Six-oared gig race. (For sen
ior or 1st crews.) Piizc, Challenge
5 Yacht race. Open to yachts
of not over 3 tons. Prize, Club
C Shell race. (Single sculls.)
7 Four-oared gig race. Prize,
The hooks for entries will be
opened at the office of Mr. TV. M.
Giffaul, at W. G. Irwin & Co.'s, on
or before, and not later than, Satur
day next, March 21st, at lr.ii. A
programme of the events, with course
and rules, will be distributed to
morrow. POLICE COURT.
Kchuki. and Aukai had to pay $6
each in the Police Cotut this morn
ing for getting drunk. Ah Po,'
charged with assault and battery on
Akann, was found not guilty and
disoharged. The evidence was very
lengthy. Mr. AV. R. Castle ap
peared for the ' defendant. The
case of, 'Sam Kaele, charged with
assault and battery on-AVong Kim,
was discontinued after partially
, Our bravest lessons arc not learned
though success, but misadventure.
(Extract from New Zealand Herald,
By Cable. Own Correspondent.
Sxdnky, March 2.
Akhipmuutof preserved meats, from
thu New Zealand J?ro.cu Meat and Stor
age Company, Auckland, lias been re
ceived por Tarawcr.i. The meat has ar
rived: in excellent condition, and has
given great satisfaction, here. Thi
shipment, which wan ordered by the
Imperial authorities, consisted of 85,080
II. HACKFELD & CO.,
Sole Agents for these meats, for tho
Hawaiian Islands. 072 lw
ACCOUNT of deoarture from
tho Kinirdom, all persons ouinir
me are requested to make immediate
payment to L. A. THURSTON, 38 Mor-
cliaatiStrcct, who has a full power of
nttorncy to transact all business for mo
in my absence, He is authorized to re
ceipt for nil moneys duet mo, and to en
force payment of unpaid claims.
Honolulu, March 13, 1885. COO 2m.
A LL persons hixvini;
J.X. nie isitato ol W .
which lmvo been contracted previous u
tho Gth day of February, 1885, are it.
qui'itcd to hand the samo to the Av
Bigncci on or before the I! 1st Inst.
Assignee Est. W. II. AYilkinson.
Honolulu, Maich 12th, 1885. 007 td'
IS HEREBY given that we the under
signed him; thitt day bought tlio;
entire business from OHAN YU KEE.
alias AC11U ot Ms mcrchandiso store In
Smith Lane, Honolulu, and we carry on
the business at the name old stand. Al)
debts duo by tho Bald firm prior to the
date of transaction must be bellied by
tho said CHAN YU 1CEE alias ACHU.
OlIAN JIM YAN,
Honolulu, II. I., 14th Murch, 1883.
THE MORNING 8TAR,
lllin AT SKA EXTINOflSHtO HY TWO
HAUnnS' HANI) OltKXADI S.
During the voyago of the mission
ary steam bnrkentine Morning Star
from Boston to this port, a lire took
place, owing to the explosion of the
port side light. It coinuiunicatcd
with the paint work, and burned
furiously, but fortunately Capt.
Bray was provided with Harden
hand grenades, and two of these
wonderful little things cntiicly put
out the fire. 1'eslorday Capt. Brny
sent the following letter to Mr. Z.
K. Myers, the Honolulu agent for
the hand grenade:
Mu. Z. K. Myeus,
Dear Sir:- I take pleasure iu in
forming you of the good work done
by your grenade on our voyage out.
A fire occurred by the explosion of
the poit side light, communicating
with the paint woik, aides and fore
channels of the ship, which burnocl
furiously, and would soon have
reached the tarred riggings, andha
great amount of damage would hayo
resulted, endangering the safety of
the ship. But the use of only two
of the Harden band, grenades com
pletely extinguished the lire. I
hereby give the grenades my hearty
endorsement, and iccommend their
general adoption. No vessel should
bo without them.
Very respectfully youis,
Master, Morning Star.
AVhen Edison, gonitis and inven
tor that he is, had given two weeks
of his valuable time to going up and
down on the New York Elevated
Railroad trvinjr to discover what
causad its noise and a cure for it, lie
gave up the, job. Then a little
woman took it. She rode on the
cars three days, was denied a place
to stand on the rear platfoun,
laughed at for her curiosity and
politely snubbed by conductors and
passengers. But she discovered
what caused the noise, invented a
remedy which wns patented, and she
"was paid the sum of 810,000 and a
royalty forever. Her name is Mis.
Mary AValton, and she lives in New
MIT. WORLD-RENOWJreD leading
Fortune teller, ju't arrived from
the lirincipal cities in Europe ahd North
America, takes this way to infoim the
public thals.hu is to consult in regard to
having revealed the past, prebent and
future, in her home, No. 137 King St.
WE HAVE a few tons of the ITraulc
lin Stove Coal on board ,tho
Horning Star, to be landed immediately.
All in "want of this article please leave
orders early with
071 lw C. BKEWEIt & CO.
MRS. A. F. MORRIS takes pleasure
in announcing that she bus leased
The Boaulilul Seaside Rtsldcnco
Of Mr. Allen Herbert. atKWAIKIKT,
Honolulu famous' summcri resort, and
is prepared to accommodate parties de
sirous of enjoying the Valmy air, uiisur
ipaLseil sea-bathing, and tropical rcU'and
quiet of this charming place. Every
facility is offered for tho perfect enjoy
mont of this ideal watering place. By
special arrangement Dodu's ;Line of
'Busacs will take passengers to the en
trance of the plane, when two or more
offer. - ,
For terms, etc., apply to Mr. Congdon,
Telephone No. 802, Queen St., Honolulu,
or to tho undersigned, at tho.ronlden.ee.
3IKS. A. F. 3IOHIUH.
AValkiki Telephone, No. 257. Lessee.
h 'J05 Urn
United Carriage, Co.
TkLEASE toke notice that tho UNIT-
X EH CARRIAGE' 'UO. (Telephone
2U0), having been reorganized, -wish
respectfully to Inform j Tourists and tho
public generally, that in order to com.
pete with another llrm who prohibits
other hacks but their own from soliciting
patronage at tho Hotel, they hao
lo-.md it ncpessary to unite moro sliong
ly, and have seleotcd from about aoo
liaclo now running iu .Honolulu, itJium
her of flrbt class teams, which in '.iddj
tlou to tho teams we already havo mako
the UNITED CARRIAGE CO. tlfo
strongest in Honolulu. Most of tho
drlyers in this company, who by hard
work aud peruevcrande have become
owners of the teams they drive, have
agreed to conform to certain mica
deemed necessary by the managers for
the proUctlon of Touritts uud tho pub,
lie against overcharging, incivility, &o.
Two very important rules governing tho
drivers of the UNITED CARRIAGE
CO., uro Rule No 1, that expels any
ilrlvnr from the comnanv who wllfllllv
charges moro than the legitimate ratoH
of fare; Rule No. 2 compels any of our
drivers to respond to a Telephone rail
whether It bo a Ten Cent or a Ten Do),
lar fare. Thus it can be seen that thu
object of tho company is to supply tho
public with good teams driven by good,
reliable men. who will do their best to
givo eatisfaction, and hope by bo doing
to merit a share of public patronage.
All complaints loft at our olllce, Iu the
shape of a uoto directed to the managers
of tho UNITED CARRIAGE CO., will
receive prompt attention.
iixrrru CAiiniAui: co.
Office and Carriage Stand next door E
O. Hall's, corner of King and Fort Hts.
But &ooft Honest Yalue for Every Dollar !
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
Since the arrival of the u Alameda,"
WILL BE FOUND VERY COMPLETE
In all my usual fine variety of fine Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
JMEen'ss DBoots, Slxoesb and O-aitex'S
In Great Variety.
THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT
Is as usual very eomplete.-
Ah to the good qualities ot my Goods the Ladies of ,our
Islands, who have patronized this Establishment for 18
years, will bdar willing testimony to them' as well as
their pert'ect fitting-.
Boots and Shoesljalways found in this Establishment. I
, have no inducements to offer but the guarantee., of, Al
Goods, winch will be sold
As Low as Consistent with Prudence.
Honolulu, March Gth, 1885.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
07 ana OO Ilotol Stroot, ,.
JUST RECEIVED, EX MARIPOSA, On 'Ice, Quail, Cala 1'resli Salmon, Cala
Flounders, Cauliflours, Celery, Eastern Oystcis, in tin'and shall;
aiid Red Cabbage.
ALSO Boxes Tablo Raisins, Boxes Cala Dried 1-igf, Cates Duret Salad Oil, pints
'and A pints; Oases Lucca Salad Oil, Kegs Salt AVoler Cucumbers, Kegs of
Mixed Pickles, Kits Salmon Bellies, Best Russian Caviar, Casks Dupeo
Hiwns, Dried Peachc", Dried Fruits of all kinds, 2 lb tins Cala Butter, all
kinds Canned Meats, Fresh Cala Table Apples, Cases Eagle Cond. Milk,
, P.& M Yeast, Powder, S.icks Dairy Salt, Boies Aldeu Dried Apples, Legs
Soused FigsToot,, Kits Mackerel, Cases. Soused Mackerel, Casks Star Hams,
' "Dupcc Uhcou, Fresh Gcrmea, Island Potatoes, all kinds Canned A'cgctablcs,
all kinds Canned Fruits, Fresh Grpund Kona CofTeo every day. Our Trices
arc low. Goods delivered to all parts of tho city,
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P.O. Box 207. (702
Pacific Hardware Company
SUCCESSORS TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAM'L NOTT.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise.
The combined stock of tho two (Inns gives us a very full and complete Uuo of
goods, at lowest market rates. AH oidew sent to thu undonigncu, or to Mr.
Samuel Nott for bpcclultics in tliciphiss of goods formerly sold by him, will at
present receive his personal attention and HipurYislou.j
'.,, " PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
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For Walo or Iamino.
Description of land on King Slrcet,
L. C. A. 0J7 to Kuiuwallcliuu.
' . ; i
"TEGINNING at tin w,csl (corner of
I ihiu MriliiiiilncNiiiiiaml and a yard
Tjelonglng to C. Kniiamn, ami miuiing
B. lit)' E. 10!) links along iho in.ikai side
of this home lot, and to tlio yard bo-i
longing to Hakau thence N. Hii0 E, 105
links to mi anahua, N. 4:t E. 2 chalus
along the yard, of Hakau ouid M. Keku
anaoa to tho inakal sidcof iKJng Street,
thence a little to left hand 8 links cast
corner mauka of C. Kanaina's )ot, Si
43 AV". 172 links along O. Kanalna to a
crooked place, thenco N. 81 AV. 133
links aloug C. Kanalna to C, Kanaina's
old yard, thenco toward tho eea along
tho said jard to placo of cotnmencur
menl. Area, 22,231 Acres. On the Ka
walahao side of Government House,
and buck of Mr. Hopper, Jr.'s residence.
The ubovo lund is for sale or leaso to
a good tcuuut, on easy terms.' Apply o
001 1 w ' Leleo Soap AVorks,
P. GRAY. M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Olllce, first door west of Library Build
ing, Hours, frpm 0 to 11 ain.,,aud 3 to 4
and 7 to 8 p tit, Sundays, 'J to 11 a.m.
. luimu mid rcnsacoia
Corner King and Fort Strcols,
Is prepamlto make all kinds and styles
From a locket size up. Isjsud Views
and Royalty Pictures constantly
007 2w . Proprietor,