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HATUHUAV, HIAliril 21, 1085.
SUU, MOOt! AND SEA.
All (lino fiom noon of In-day, Mar. 21.
Sim Set 0 0.
Suu Rises 18 II.
MoonRIu 17 27.
High Tide (small) !l W.
lll5li TKlo (lingo) 1". 30.
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ttncnrit Irom noun of joatonliij"
AtlWfEl. IhM'nomotor Hnln.
I 4 It I Oil I 22h II 5li I Oh I 1KU I tolfili
I 2I.M I 31)01 I 30.01 li SIO I 0iO I t.l I 0 21)
Wind, h. Wi light; Shy. Miowory JSeu modcr
Stmr Kinau f 10111 Wlmlwaiil P01N
Stmr Likclikc fiom ICahtihil
Stmr O It Bishop for Walaime, Walulun,
Kllauna and Hatmlcl
Stmr Klhuioa llou for Wlndwatd Poll-"
Sehr ICamol for Laupahoehoc
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr Likclikc for Kalmlul
Stmr lwalanl for Hamaktia
Stmr .Tas Makcc for Kapaa
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktns Eureka, Lee
liklne Discovery, Peirlman
Bktno Ella, Howe
Bk Laily Lampsou, Marslon
Steam Bktne Moitilng Star, Biay
Ship linperator, Holx
Tei 11 AVm Kenton, Eohen
Prom Windwnid Porta per Klnau,
March 2lst Hon S G Wilder, Col C P
Iaukca, Hon .T 11 Bush, Hon A For
nander, W Y Horner, Madame Cora, D
B Chlsholm, C M Cooke, E Hutton, A
Young, Jr, A Geerlug, J A Scott,!. A
Scott, J S Ginsberg, Kcv A II Smith,
Kev A O Forbes, S JC ICnlial, A Vogel,
C Watson, M Gicen. J A Wilder. Mn
Dowell, W Shlng, Mrs C M Walton, J
G Honle, wife and rliild, Sam Nowluin
and 'wife, J B Jones and w Ife, aud 05
Fiom lCahulnl aud way ports' per
I.lkellkc, March 21st Capt Ross, ,r O
Tcwksbmv, G .Itaupp and wife, W
Goodalc, O Wall,,J Chojlro, II S Ticg
loan, Dr Fitch. "Mr Hendry and wile.
Ah L1111, Ching Yan, and l(i deck.
The Kinun brought 2,085 bags of
Migar and 170 pkgs of sundiies.
The Likclikc bi ought 507 hags of
sug.ir, 41 bags of coin, 20 hag of pota
toes audit bags of tat 0 llo.nr. She le
poits veiy longh weather at Huclo,
The schooner Kosaiio, Cant Swift,
uriived at Kalmlul on the 10th Inst., 17
days from S.111 Fianeisco with a caigo
of gcncial moieliaiidlse. Passenger:
A Klcli.udson. Tho Itosniio will'-ail
for San F;meUeo to-day, weather pei
P'lttiug. ,, BIRTH.
At Wailuku, Maui, Feb. 17Ui, 1S85, to
the wife of II. G. Trcadw ay, a daughter.
At Wailuku, Maui, March 18th, 1SS5,
Persis Ellen, infant daughter of Henry
G. and Ellen Tieadway.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
To-jronnow is the fifth Sunday in
Twenty kou logs arc advertised
A suALi. cottage, centrally located,
is advertised for.
Do not forget the final perfor
mance this evening at Music Hall by
the Emerson Minstrels.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a concert at Emma Square
A gospel temperance meeting will
be held in the vestry of the Bethel
Union Church this evening.
Just received per Mariposa a laige
lot of picture and cornice mould
ing, new style and patterns. King
Bros.' Ait Store. i75 3t.
Brigade Major Hayley has just
laid out a ncwishooting range which
cxlond up' the valley behind Punch
bowl. Tt will be 1000 yards long.
Wk noticed on Deputy Marshal
Dayton's desk this morning,' two
, very largo and handsome red roses.
They must have been nearly 'five
inches in diameter, and were grown
by ofllccr Fclhbchr at his residence,
Tun Pacific Hardware Co. has
just received Eddy's refrigerators
and ice chests, new styles of
chandeliers and library lamps,
stores and ranges, kerosene oil
stoves, Fairbanks' and Howe's
Bcale, all of which will be offered
upon favorable terms,
Tiiurf. was a good audience at
Music Hall last night to hear the
Emerson minstrels. Tho pro
gramme was excellently rendered
and gave great satisfaction. His
Majesty tho King, II. K. II. Prin
cess Likcliko and Hon. A. S. Cleg
horn were present in tho Royal box.
Tin: roller coaster will be riiiiiiliiy
llii.t.v Emerson will appear with 11
white face to-nlglit.
Pimsi'.u llcuklcy of the Kinau ic
polls plenty of rain on Hawaii.
"A Woman's Invention" cor
letpondonce on foiutli page; Mis
cellany on (list.
Fivr, prisoners, 0110 leper, and a
blind native for Lunalllo Homo ar
livcd by the Likcliko this morning
FitoJt the number of entries re
ceived for the regatta next Saturday,
there is ever' indication of a splendid
By the S. S. Alameda which 'will
at live Monday morning, Lewh &
Co. will leccive a largo quantity of
good things on ice. Orders for the
same should be left early.
To-Monnow, March 22d, is the
88th anniversary of the birth of the
Emperor William of Germany. The
consular flags in this city will be
hoisted in honor of tho occasion.
Mn. W. E. Herrick, the wood
turner, has just completed a very
handsome piece of work at IiIb shop
on Bethel street. It is a picture
easel made out of koa and kou wood
and most beautifully turned aud
Only two cases occupied "the at
tention of Justice Bickcrton in the
Police Court this morning. Tomi,
for drunkenness, had to deposit SG
which he will not see again, and in
the case of Akai, charged with as
sault, the prosecution withdrew.
TiiKitr. was a tiemendous crowd
at the doughnut paity at the skating
link last evening. Soon after the
giand inarch commenced each per
son present received a doughnut
wiapped up in thin paper. The rink
will bo open this evening as usual.
Tin: P. M. S. S. Zealandia is due
any moment from San Francisco.
ThdvS. S. Alameda is due Monday
morning from the same place, and
it is quite possible tliat slio will be
here first, as at this time of the year
the European mails arc likely to be
detained, which will make the
Tnn sermon at St. Andrews Cathe
dral to-morrow evening will be'
preached by tho Kev. Geoffrey B.
Simeon, who lecently arrived by the
City of Sydney 110m the Colonies.
The lev. gentleman, is well-known in
England as an eloquent preacher,
and there i no doubt a large congre
gation will be present to hear him.
In view of the fact that two
valuable horses have died during the
past week of inflammation of the
bowels from eating rice hulls used
as bedding, it would be advisable
for all persons to be careful in using
these hulls for bedding purposes.
Better to discontinue them than.losc
iNronMATioN is wanted of Michael
Nagle, who came here eight years
ago, by his brother Thomas Nagle,
No. lO'O Elk street, Buffalo, N. Y.
The last heard of him was that he
was engaged in the fruit trade be
tween these Islands and California.
Any information regarding him will
be thankfully received by his bro
ther at the above address, or by the
Boraan Catholic Mission, Honolulu.
. . . -,
Tin: hackmen have been warned
not to board the Steamer Kitiau when
she arrives in port. This morning,
as soon as the Bteamor got alongside
her dock, several white hackmen,
who thought themselves a little hot
ter than others, ran up the gang
plank. Thoy were immediately or
dered down by the President of the
Wilder Steamship Co., amid the
shouts of "Servo them right " from
the crowd on the wharf.
Mit. C. B. Miles has suffered a
severe loss in the death of the well
known Clydesdale stallion "Donald
Dinnie," which took placo yester
day afternoon at ! o'clock, from in
flammation of tho bowels caused by
eating rice hulls. Tho latter are
used as bedding and the horse had
been eating them two freely. "Do
nald Dinnie" cost Mr. Miles $1,800
and had engagements to the amount
of $1,000, which of course makes
the loss a very serious one.
J IJ'.l ... . .! 1 1 - . 'I .''i!1' U!.1M!J
To-night tho Emerson Mliisticls
giro their final performance In tho
Music Hall, when they will appear
in an iinmenso progi amine. Emerson
will give his man logo bells medley,
tho Coglll Bros, will givu n planta
tion song and dance sketch, aud Al.
Holland will lender a laughing song.
The whole will conclude with a
farce, " You'll find it out." Tho
admission with reserved scat will bo
only 81. llain or shine the perfor
mance will take place, llomembcr
this is the last chance to hear them.
CHURCH FAIR. .
The fair in aid of the building
fund of the Kaumakapili Church
under the patronage of their Majes
ties the King and Queen, will bo held
in the bnsementroom of the church,
commencing Frida', May 8th. Tho
committee consists of Rev. J. Wai
amau, Hone. J. T. Baker and Jas.
Keau, Mr. Henry Watcrhousc and
Mr. A. P. Kalaukon. They will
esteem it a great favor if persons
would contribute articles, and also
loan for exhibition any Hawaiian
relics, implements, or curios that
they may have. The articles loaned
will be receipted for and insured,
and also great care exercised in their
conveyance to and from the bazaar.
A SET OF FINE VIEWS.
Mr. James Williams, the photo
gtapher, it will be remembered lately
ly made a, trip to the Island of Maui,
and spent several days on tho crater
of Ilaleakala, the -House of the Sun.
During that time he took a number
of views which we have been looking
over. While at the summit of the
crater he obtained about a dozen
splendid views, all different, some
showing the inside of this huge
mountain, with all the smaller hills,
with which it abounds. The cloud
effects obtained are most beautiful,
one where from the top of the crater
through the clouds you can sec
Sprcckelsville, and in the distance
the Island of Hawaii. One view
shows the camp where Mr. Williams
and his party put up, and is very
clearly taken. There is every indi
cation of it being wash-day when it
was taken. Not only did he take
these views of the crater, but also a
number in different parts of the is
land, more particularly around Wai
luku. One ehows the beautiful
Wailuku valley, another the Needle,
while another gives a splendid view
of the Roman Catholic Church and
its surroundings. Mr. Williams has
shown great enterprise in taking
such a trip. A set of these views is
just what persons required to send
home to their friends, for they are
well taken, natural, and show the
beauties of the Island of Maui to
great advantage. We almost for
got to mention one very amusing
view where a man, woman and
child are sitting on the rocks. The
sea was rather rough, and just as
one large wave broke at their feet,
Mr. Williams got an instantaneous
effect, which is very peculiar.
The following are the entries for
the auniversary regatta of the Hono
lulu Yacht and Boat Club, Saturday,
March 28 th:
1. Sailing race for Racine Canoes.
Dr. Trousseau's Flours do Lis, H.
Y. B. C. ; Dr. Trousseau's Mignon,
do. ; S. B. Dole's Tippecanoe, do.
2 Six-oared junior gig race
Stranger, Myrtle B. C. ; Lilian, do. ;
No Name, II. Y. B. C. ; Liliuoka
3 Paddling race for Racine
Canoes Dr. Trousseau's Mignon,
H. Y. B. C. ; Dr. Trousseau's Co
quette, do. ; S. B. Dole's Tippe
4. SIx-oarcd senior gig race.
Stranger, Myrtle B, C. ; No Name,
H. Y. B. C. ; Poomaikelani, lolani
5. Yacht race. Pauline, H. Y.
B. O. ; Lena, Myrtle B. C.
(5. Shell race (single sculls) C.B.
Wilson and W. M. Giffard's Pet, II.
Y. B. C. ; George Markham's No
Name, do. .
7. Four-oared gig race ; Stranger,
M.B.C. ; Lilian, do. ; Poomaikalani,
Iolani B. C. ; Unknown, II. Y. B. C. ;
No Namo, do. ; Liliuokalaui, do.
"Morrying is all right," remarked
Foggs, who had attended several
weddings lately, "but it is the giving
in marriage which I object to. It is
too all-fired expensive, don't you
At St. AudtewH Cathedral the
llhliop preaches in the moinlng and
Rev. G. 11. Simeon in tho evening.
Tho theme, of tho Sunday moinlng
Fcrmon at Fort Street Church will
be : "All for God's Glory." Meet
ing for Bible study at C:U0 p. in.
"What do you think of Chiisl?"
will ho the theme of the evening ser
mon. A cordial welcome for all.
The services at tho Bethel Union
Church to-morrow will bo as follows:
Sunday school al 9:15 a. in. Ser
vices with preaching by the Rev. 12
C. Oggcl at 11 a. m. ; subioc,
"How One Man Iuduccd Another to
join a Good Cause." In the even
ing at 7:30, "The Sixth Utterance
of Christ from tho Cross 'It is
Finished.' " A cordial invitation is
extended to all.
(Fiom Our Own Correspondent.)
Tuesday, the Nettie Merrill ar
rived, but the wind started up so
strong from tho south, that she had
to stand out again and did not come
in until Wednesday morning. Sho
leaves Friday night with a full load
of sugar. The Kinau brought Ma
dame Cora who gave an entertain
ment in the school house Thursday
night, before a good audience.
A well borer is here. There is
talk of boring an artesian well at
Kaanapali. If this is done it will
nearly double the crop of cane in
that locality. Pioneer Mill is doing
good work. They expoct to got
through by the end of Maj-.
Tho good people here do not seem
to trouble their heads much about
the liquor license to bo granted for
this place. A saloon started here
will have one beneficial effect, viz. :
preventing the Chinese from retail
ing the vile stuff tlicy sell. Nearly
every Chinese store is a liquor den.
And what liquor I Of two evils let
us have the least. Better one licensed
liquor shop than fifty dens where rot
is sold and where the native is ob
liged to buy it by the bottle.
Lahaina, March 20.
ALL persons having claims nguinsl
the Estate of AY. II. Wilkinson,
which have been contiactcd previous to
the Cth Jay of February, 1S35, are re
quested to hand the sanie to the As
signees on or before tlir 31st hist.
Assignee m. W. H. Wilkin-on.
Honolulu, Match 12tli, 1S8I). 1)07 td
By order of Ilcury R. Jlncfnrlane, Usq.
1 will offer at Public Auction,
Saturday, March 28th,
At 12 noon, at my Sales Room,
TJnloHH previously disposed,
ol at JtrI-v'n.to Sale,
THOSE SPLENDID LOTS on the
corner of Berctania and Piikol Sts.,
Subdivided as follows into House Lots,
and at the following upset prices,
from which there can be no deviation.
Lot 1 100 feet by ISO feet, Berctania
street Upset price $1000
Lot 2100 feet by 150 feet, Kinau
street Upset price 1200
Lot 'J 100 feet by 150 feet, Bcretania
street Upset price $1400
Lot 4100 feet by 1C0 feet, Kinau
street Upset price $1100
Lot D 100 feet by 1C0 feet, Bcretania
street Upset price SMOO
Lot C 100 feet by 150 feet, Kinau
street Upset price $1100
Lot 7100 feet by 300 feet, with the
buildings thereon. Upset price $2400
Lot 8100 feet by ISO feet, Berctania
street Upset price $1250
Lot 9100 feet by ISO feet, Younn
street Upset price $000
Lot 10100 feet by 1C0 feet, Berctania
street Upset price $1250
Lot 11100 feet by 1C0 feet, Young
street Upset price $000
The upper lots wercjpurchnscd by Mr.
Macfarlnne for a residence, and for tho
purpose of improvement, it lias hnd
great care aud cultivation, bo that at
present it is well covered by a largo
variety of trees, as well as a choice col
lection of plants and Uowcrs, all in
Among tho fruit and shade trees will
bo found tho Traveler's Tree, the Royal
l'nlm, the Wino Palm, the Lemon Tree,
tho Fan Palm, tho Coco inut, tho Japan
ese Oraneo, tho Ponciana Rcgia. tho
Mandarin Ornuge, tbo Fig Tree, the
.Alligator Pear, tho Algcroba and others.
Iu Roses and Flowers there arc a great
variety, which must ho seen to bo np.
Water pipes arc laid on in each of
Lots Nos. 1 to 7, inclusive, and CO feet
of lioso will reach nny part of them.
These lots aro situated just in the centre
of Kalaolcahua Plains, on llio principal
Btrcct leading from Honolulu, and aro
within tweuty minutes' walk from town,
as well as being upon tho omnibus
route to Punahou.
I shall offer them on very favorable
terms for purchasers, namely,
One-Fourth Cash, and balance In
equal payments of one, two, three
and four years, with Interest at 7
per cent., secured by mortgage.
TliU division of payments, and low
rato of Interest, allows ono for a com
paratively small sum annually paid for
four years, to become tho owner of a
beautiful homestead lot.
Parties desiring lots must make early
application, us wc shall sell at private
sale to those who first apply.
Plans of the properly can be seen at
Deeds at purchaser's expense.
E. P, ADAMS,
047 t th & s td Auctioneer.
LLJ ''. ' "..I'
But Goofl Houest Yalue for Every Dollar !
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
Since the arrival oC tho " Alameda,"
WILL BE FOUND VERY COMPLETE
In all my usual fine variety of fine Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
Boots, Slioes and Graitez
In Great Variety.
THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT
Is as usual very complete.
As to the good qualities of my Goods the Ladies of our
Tslauds, who have patronized this Establishment for 18
years, will bear willing- testimonr to them as well as
their perfect iitting.
Boots and Shoes' always found
have no inducements to offer but
Goods, which will be sold
As Low as Consistent with Prudence.
Honolulu, March Gth, 1885.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
or and GO llotol Hired,
JUST RECEIVED, EX MARIPOSA, On Ice, Quail, Cala 1'resh Salmon, Cla
Flounders, Caulltlours, Celery, Eastern Oysters, in tiu aud shell;
and Red Cabbage.
ALSO Boxes Table Raisins, Boxes Cala Dried lTigp, Cafes Durct Salad Oil, pints
and pints; Cases Lucca Salad Oil, Kegs Salt Water Cucumbers, Kegs of
Mixed Pickles Kits S.ilmou Bellies, Best Russian Caviar, Casks Dupte
Hams, Dried Peaches, Dried Emits of all kinds, 2 lb tins Cala Butter, all
kinds Canned Meatt. Freeh Cain Tabic Apples, Cases Eagle Cond. Milk,
P is M Yeast Powder, Sacks Dairy Salt, Boxc? Aldcn Dried Apples, Leg
Soused Pigs' Feet, Kits Mackerel, Cases Soused Mackerel, Casks Star Ilnms,
Dupeo llacou, Fresh Gcrmc.i, Island Potatoes, nil kinds Canned Vegetables,
all kinds Canned Truils, Fiosh Giound Komi Coll'cc every day. Our l'rlcts
aro low. Goods delivered to all parts of the city,
Island Ordeis solicited. Telephone !No. 210. P. O. Box 207. (702
Pacific Hardware Company
SUCCESSOES TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAM'L NOTT.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise'
Just received Eddj's Refrigerators and Ice Chests, new ntylcs of ChamUllcrs
and Library Lamps, Stoves and Ranges, Kerosene Oil Stoves.
&r axr,ij anks' uvzijy iioAyurs scales.-!
All of which are oll'eicd upon favorable terms.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
LIGHT WAGON IN PERFECT
ORDER. Apply to
073 lw LEWIS is CO., Hotel St.
(Extract from Now Zealand Herald,
f By Cable. Own Correspondent.
Sydney, March 2.
A shipment of preserved meats, from
the New Zealand Frozen Meat ami Stor.
ago Company, Auckland, has bteu ic
ceived per Turawir.i. Tho meat has ur.
rived In excellent condition, anil has
given gicat satisfaction livre. This
shipment, which was ordered by the
Imperial authorities, consisted of bS,C30
II. HACKFELl) & CO.,
Sole Agents for these meats, for tho J
Hawaiian ibiiinus. vri lw
the guarantee of Al
13 P. GRAY. M. D.,
. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ofllce, firiit door west of Llbraiy Build
ing. Hours, from ! to 11 a in., and 2 to 4
and 7 to 8 p.m. Sundays, 0 to 11 a.m.
Residence, cor. Kinau and Pcnsncola
bticets. 048 ly
ON ACCOUNT of departure from
the Kingdom, all persons oulug
mo are requested to mako Immediate
payment to L. A. THURSTON, 38 Mer
chant Street, who has a full power of
attorney to transact all business for ino
in my absence. Ho is authorized to re
ceipt for all moneys due me, and to en
force payment of nnpuid claims.
Honolulu, March 13, 1883. 'JCU 2m
"WfE HAVE a few tons of tho Frank.
TT Hit Stovu Coal ou board the
Morning Star, to belauded Immediately.
All in wnnt of this article please leave
orders early with
071 lw O. BREWER & CO.