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lliiciml haul iiddii of juntmilu)
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Wind, S V. light; My, limu'ry;bvii imiitrr
Whaler Mars from San FinucWco
Sclir Ehukiil fiom Walalua
Schr I.ihollho from Wnlnlun
S.'hr T.uka from Koholalele
Stmr .Tns Makce for Kapaa
Stmr Kliinu for Windwaid Polls
Stmr Planter for Kutial
Hktne Eureka forSiuiiFrauelpco
Sehr Nettle Merrill for Lahalna
Schr Muuiioknwai for Koolau
Sclir Kawallaul for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Likelike for Ktiliului
Sclir Ehiiknt for AValalun
Hktne Ella for San Francisco
Sclir Rob Hoy for Koolau
VESSELS IN PORT.
Hktne Discovery, Fcrrlnian
Hktuu EUn, Howe
Ilk Lady Lnuipson, Marslon
Steam Bktnc Morning Slav, Bray
Ship Impcratnr. lloix
S S Alameda, Morse
Wh John Carver.
For San Francisco, per hktne Eureka,
March 21 Mis Bridges and a children,
anirrinu nuica. 3
Tim Eureka tailed this A. M for San
Francisco. She took (II 11 hays of sugar
valued at 10,000, and :!0 casks of oil,
Milue tiaitahippcil $3,000.
The ship Impeiutor Is discharging at
the 1 M S S wharf.
The l)icocry is in the stieaiii.
The schooner Khukal biought -102
hags of .sugar.
The whaler Mavh in lived yesteiday
from San Francisco with 230 bills of oil.
She will dlsuharge here, and in a few
days Villi sail for the Aictic.
The whaler John Carver anived heie
yesterday after a 10 months cruise. She
In from New-Bedford and has 200 bills
ofoiKon board. She sent home 475
hbls before lier arrival here, ituikliur her
total catch since leaving New Bedford
G'o'bbls, that is about the huget yet
of this" season.
The .stmr Likelike sallcd'hist evening
ather usual hour, hut had not gone far
vt hen a leak was dieoveicd in her boiler
all thought it was not very serious, it
was thought best to put back to poit
and have it patch. She will sail to
morrow V M.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A yku.ow canary is advertised as
A black Cashmere dolman is ad
vertised as lost.
A aooi) reliable German advertises
for a (situation.
Phok. Waylaud lectures to-night
' at Y. M. C. A. Hall.
Tin: steam roller is at work on
the Nuuanu Valley road.
To-day is the third anniversary of
the death of the poet Longfellow.
A meeting of Excelsior Lodge
will be held this evening at 7 :30
Fokesteu's Court Lunalilo holds
a meeting this evening at 7:30
By the R. S. Alameda Messrs.
Bishop & Co. received 840,000 in
? The "Young People's Christian'
Temperance Union will hold meet
ing tills evening nt 7 :30 o'clock.
Tub Honolulu Wiles will hold
their usual weekly drill at their Ar
mory this1 evening at 7:30 o'clock.
To-mokuow will be the Feast of
the Annunciation. Special services
will be held in St. Andrews Cathe
dral. Majou Hammond and Mr, J. II.
Jewctt and wit left by the W. G.
Hall yesteiday for a trip to the
Two lino imported mares, four
and live years old, well-broken,
kind and gentle, also a new plmetou,
are advcitibcd for sale.
On our first page will be found
"In Mcmoriam Khartoum," writ
ten by Mr. Iloucrt Donnolly, of
1'oitadown, North of Ireland, father
of Mr. llobt. Donnolly, of the Foun
tain, Foit street. Litciaiy Notes
appear on the saino page, mill Mis
cellany on the fouith.
Tin: tegular quarlcily exhibition
of Sunday Schools will bo held In
the lCaumakapill Church next Sun
day morning at 10 o'clock.
Mis-i AlonH, lister of the Hinhop
of Oregon, who has been visiting
here for the past two months, leaves
by the Alameda, April 1st.
Tin: trial of A. B. Sprcckcls for
shooting H. M. I)c Young was lo
have commenced yesterday in the
Superior Court, Sun Francisco.
A vostai. money order system be
tween Honolulu and Hongkong will
go into effect April 1st, all arrange
ments having been completed.
Tins evening the bon-bon patty
will tako place at the Yoscinitc
Skating' Rink. Every Mady will re
ceive an elegant present of jewelry.
Just received per Mariposa a large
lot of picture and cornice mould
ing, now style and patterns. King
Bros. Ait Store. 075 at.
Lau Fat, doing business at Maka
paia, Kohala, Hawaii, has made an
assignment' to Mr. L. Asoui .Niulii,
Kohala, for the benefit of his
Mil. Frank Gcrlz is having a
raised sidewalk buiit in front of his
btore, No. 104, Fort street. , "When
completed it will be quite an im
provement. Madame Cora, the magician, left
for New Zealand by the Zealaudia.
It is to be hoped she will meet with
better success there than she did on
The following arc the officials for
the regntta on Saturday: Judges,
.Capts. 'Mclntyre,- Mist, and Fuller ;
Staitcr, Capt. Fuller; Timekeeper,
Ml-. F. L'; Clarke.
The great English coursing event,
the Waterloo, Cup, has ended in the
prize being divided between Mr. E.
Dont's dog Bit of Fashion and Mr.
J. Iliuks' Miss Glendync.
Owing to the stormy weather laM,
evening the band concert at Emma
Square was" not so 'largely attended
as usual. The fine programme was
magnificently played 03' the band.
Mil. E. Lycan has sold out his in
terest and title in the firm of Lycan
& Co. lo Mr. Gideon West, and the
firm hereafter will be known as
West, Dow & Co., which we wish
La Selle the "Water Queen"
will arrive by the Mariposa April
8 th. She does many extraordinary
things under the water. Mr. J. E.
Wiseman will manage her perfor
mances here. ,, '
This evening, at the Y. M. C. A.
Hall at 7:30 o'clock, Prof. Wayland
will deliver his lecture on "Glad
stone, Disraeli and the House of
Commons." The lecture is for the
benefit of the Woman's Chriblian
The Rev. Dr. A. P. Happer, of
Canton, China, father of Mrs. Frank
Damon, arrived by the Alameda.
The Rev. Doctor will return by the
same vessel April 1st, and continue
his journey East. Mrs, Happer ac
companied him from China, and is
at present in San Francisco.
The San Francisco Dramatic
Company will arrive in Honolulu by
jthoIariposa, due. April 8th. Among
jtlio members of' this company are,
Misses Fannie Ingham, Ella Vernon
and Charlotte Title, and Messrs. E.
T. Stetson, J. P. Rutlcdgc, George
Marion, Francis Malcolm and E. J.
Eilerford. Mr.Joc. Wiseman receiv
ed posters by the Alameda which
will be placed round town in a day
or so, and he will manage the Com
pany while here.
The whaler Emma F. Ilarriman,
which lias been off this Island for
the past three days, caught a large
sperm whale just beyond Diamond
Head on Sunday. The Captain re
ports seeing fifteen altogether, but
they were only able to catch one.
The vessel lias gone up the channel
and the Captain hopes to come
across the remaining fourteen.
Ik the Police Court this morning
Antone Joseph, for drunkenness,
had to pay 5 JO. Mrs. W. C. Roe,
for the same offence, had to deposit
SC Paik Sue, for violating express
rule No. .r, was lined 37. Three
Chinamen, for disorderly conduct
ami using filthy language, was sent
over the reef for 48 hours each.
Geo. Jackson, for disorderly con
duct, was remanded unlit the Sfilli.
Cai-t. James Johnson, one of the
laic proprietor of the Hawaiian Ba
zar, is one of those kind of men who
go secretly away, forgetting to pay
their debts. He stowed away on
the last Mariposa, and took quite a
sum of money belonging lo the es
tate of Kennedy & Co.
Ux Tuesday noxt at noon, Mr. E.
P. Adams will sell at public auction
20 shares of the Union Mill Co.,
Kohala, and a quarter interest in the
Kahua Ranch. The sale is by or
der of the executors of the estate of
the late James Woods. Fuller par
ticulars can be obtained at the office
of Messrs. Tlieo. II. Davies & Co.
Mr. J. K. Wiseman, the business
agent, lias the fine rosidence of W.
P. Tolcr, Esq., at Waikiki, to let,
and has for sale the well known
gray mare, "Lucy," a top Brewster
buggy and harness. ,Mr. Wiseman
also offers for sale two beautiful
large oil paintings, one representing
Diamond Head, the other Golden
Gate. Call on him and leatn full
A gentleman- residing atlMakiki
complains of finding snail shells in
his water pipes, which come from
the Makiki reservoir. The other
day lie got the plumbers to his patent
water closet, which was out of
order. It was taken to pieces and
a number of these shells found in
the valves. Ho lias also found them
in his bath tub. There is some
thing wrong with the resorvoir.
Last Sunday week two native
policemen, Kauohe and Pekuia,
caught two Chinanien 011 Wailua
bridge, Kauai, with, five tins of
opium in possession. The China
'racn offered the policemen S200 to
let them go. The latter took the
money and then locked the prisoners
up. They wero tried, convicted and
fined 8100 each. It is probable that
a charge of bribery will be preferred
against them after they havo paid
their fines or worked them out.
Last Saturday about 1 o'clock in
the morning, a burglar tried to gain
admittance to the residence of Mr.
Chas. Hammer, corner of Liliha and
King streets. The man was open
ing a window from the verandah r
when a little dog in the house fright
ened the burglar away and woke up
the occupants. Mr. Hammer was
out in an instant and looking out
caught sight of the man climbing a.
fence, but he was too far away to
be caught, and Mr. Hammer, who
had a revorrer in his hand, did not;
like to shout for fear of waking up-
Mn. James Williams, the photo
grapher, with his usual liberality, i3
going to make a handsome present
to the Committee of the Ivaumaka
pili Church building fund. He will
give cabinet photos of Their Majes
ties the King and Queen, and Their
Royal Highnesses the Princesses
Liliuokalani, Likelike and Kaiulani,
to be sold for the benefit of the fund.
Each photo is to have the autograph
written on, 'whoever it is of. Mr.
Williams says the committee can
have all they can sell, bo it 10 or
1,000. Such generosity as this is
not often met with.
Y. M. C. A. WORK.
Last evening Mr. II. .71 McCoy,
General Secretary of the San Fran
cisco Y. M. C. A., delivered a
practical talk on the duties of mem
bers of the Honolulu Y. M. C. A.
The attendance was not so largo as
it would have been, hud the wenther
been flue and a longer notice of tho
meeting given. Mr. P. C. Jones,
Jr., inttoduced Mr. McCoy Ko the
members. The latter then made a
stirring uddross, setting forth the
duties of evory young man who was
a member of tho Y; M. C. A. He
gave a glowing description of the
work done by the San Francisco Y.
M. C. A., illustrating it witli many
touching little incidents. Mr.
McCoy concluded by calling on all
present to do all they possibly could
to further the work of their Master.
Several questions were asked Mr.
McCoy, which he readily answered.
After singing a hymn, and prayer,
the members were introduced to 3Ir.
McCoy and social chat followed.
Every day this week there will be a
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iiniMiour noon prayer moriing nl
the Y. M. C. A. Hall, commencing
at a quaiter past 12 o'clock. On
Thursday evening Mr. McCoy
deliver another addtess.
This morning, shoitly after eight
o'clock, a native named Paiki
dropped down dead at the fool of
Alakoa street. The deceased was
taking some rubbish in his hand
cart with the intention of dumping
it at the place where filling in is
going on. Before ho could reach
the spot, however, he was scon to
fall, and was dead in less than five
minutes. His nephew stales he had
complained many times of pains in
his back and had spasms frequently.
Officer Win. Tell was soon down on
the spot and had the body removed
lo his residence on Mauuakea street.
Coroner Dayton viewed ttio body,
but under the circumstances did not
coiiBiucr it necessary to hold an
PRIZES FOR THE RECATTA.
In Mcssts. J. ,M. Oat & Co. 'a
btore window may be seen the prizes
to bo offered by the Honolulu Yacht
and Boat Club, in the regatta which
takes placo next Saturday afternoon.
They arrived by the Alameda 3x3
terday and arc from the works of
the Mcridcn Britannia Compairy,
San Francisco. The challenge cup
for the six-oared senior race is u
handsome specimen of work, and
stands about thirteen inches high.
It is a goblet design suppoi ted by
four oars. Below the cup, where
the oars cross each other, is a steer-'
ing wheel. On cither side of the'
base, which is square, stands an
oarsman with a boat hook in one
hand. The cover to the goblet has
on top a rudder, anchor and bout
hook, the whole design beiug very
unique. The cup is of silver, beau
tifully chased in diffcicnt parts, mid
gold lined. There are also tvo
other cups of silver, much smaller,
still very neat in design.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
FRANCE AND CHINA.
Premier Ferry was on the 14th
expected shortly to ask the French
Chambers for a war credit of f0,
000,000 francs and 25,000 men for
an advance on Peking. This was
believed to be intended as a feeler,
as tho French peasantry were bo
coming restive under the constant
drain upon the treasury to support
the operations in China. An enor
mous sensation was caused that day
by the admission that during the
previous fortnight 1,000 men had
been killed and wounded ill Ton
quin, and it was considered certain
that the true number was 2,000.
Under these circumstances the Min
istry concluded that a march on
Peking would be far the cheapest in
tho long run.
Gen. Negrier occupied ThaUtc on
the 8th. The Chinese troops who
had been defending the place fled
Gen. Delisle has wired a furious
complaint to Paris concerning the
free passage of Chinese convoys.
He says that arms and munitions of
war are regularly and uninterrupted
ly transported, while the two French
naval squadrons arc fooling, 200
miles away. Admiral Lespes has
been notified of Delisle' s complaints
and has ordered a blockade of the
port of Pakhoo.
The Chinese Embassy in London
deny that the French have occupied
tho heights of Kelung, ns claimed in
Paris. The members of the Em
bassy say that the French, after
fighting several days and losing TiOO
men, succeeded in occupying two
positions commanding. a road across
thu island between Kelung audTnm
sui, but the Chinese still hold all the
other forts. In securing tlies-e two
positions the French made a fierce
charge and wero only succe.isful in
landing at Kelung.
General do Lisle after two days'
fighting relieved the French garrison
at Thuycnquan. He lost 00 killod
and 133 wounded, and the garrison
lost 50 killed and 30 wounded.
The French arc seizing lico ves
sels in spite of England's protest.
Tho Nicaragua!! treaty is expected
lo be brought up this session of the
Senate, not for the purpose of pres
sing it lo the point of ratification,
but to discuss in open session the
relationship of the Chivton-Bulwer
treaty to the canal. '
rrmTT-iTrir i.n irmgimrri m I 1 y rriininrmiiM 1 irrntiiiwn irnr;i
But Good Hones
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
Since thu arrival of llu- " Alameda,"
WILL BE FOUND VERY COMPLETE
In all my usual fine variety of fine Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
toiv' XSoots, Sliocs and 3rjil1;exts
1 ' , ,: .In Great Variety.
Js as usual very complete.
Ak to the good qualities of my Goods the Ladies of our
Islands, who have patronized this Establishment for 18
years, will hear willing- testimony to them as well as
their perfect iitting-.
Boot and Shoes always found in this Establishment. T
have, no inducements to offer but the guarantee of Al
Goods, which will be sold
As Low as Consistent with Prudence.
Honolulu, March (3th, 1SS5.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
07 una U IJotol Htrcel,
JUBT RECEIVED, EX MARIPOSA, Ou Ire, Quail, Ciila Frefch Salmon, Cula
Flounders, Caulitlours, Celery, Eastern Oysters, in tin nml shell;
mid Bed Ciihlmge.
ALSO Boxes Table Unliius, Boxes Cala Dried Fins, CVei Duret Salad Oil, pints
and Yl pintH; Ua-es Lucca Salad Oil, Kegs Suit Water Cucumbers, Kcga of
Mixed Pickle-, Kits Salmon Bellies, Best lliisian Caviar, ChbI;k Dupio
limn, Dried Pcaehc, Dried Fruits of till kind, U 11) tins Cala Itutlur, all
kinds Canned JlealF, Freli Cala Table Apples, Cubes. Englts Cond. MilU,
V ifc M Yeast Powder, Sucks Dairy Suit, Iloxe? Allien Dried Apples, Legs
Soused Pigs' Feet, Kits Mackerel, Cacs Soused Mackerel, Casks Stnr Hums,
Dupee Uncoil, Fresli Germea, Island Potatoes, nil kinds Cnnnctl Vegetable,
all kinds Canned Fiu'it", Fresh Ground Komi Collee every dny. Our Pi ices
are low. Goods delivered to all parts of the city, .
lsluud Ordci.sholiclled. Telephone No. 210. P. O. Uox 2!l7. (702
Pacific Hardware Company
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11IPOHTKUS AND DUALKliS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise.
Just receive)! Eddy's llcirigcnitor.s and Ice Chests, new styles of ClmuiUlier.s
and Library Lamps, StoviH and Halites, Kerosene Oil Stoves.
rVAlKiAMCS' AND UOWJ3S SCALEi;!.-!
All of which are ollcred upon favorable terms.
PACIFIC HAltmVAHN COMPANY.
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OKDKK. Apply to
r LEWIS & CO , Hotel HI.
1)73 I w
(i:truct fiom New Zealand Ilciald,
I Uy Unfile Own Correbjiondciit,
Sydnih, March 2.
A lihlpnitntof preM.-! veil mealu, from
thu New Zealand Kioen Meat and Stor
age Company, Auckland, ban been re
mlved pi'i Tariwrn, The meat lias ar.
rived In excellent condition, and ban
iven gicat tuitiBfuuliou li-re. ThU
shipment, which wan ordered by the
Impuilal authorities, consisted of BD.Csu
.pounds. HAOKFELl) & CO..
Knln Aircnufor these jiicul. for lliu
tflawulluu Islands. 072 lw
nmnrwmii) f fcfcyMMUtH
t Value for Every Dollar !
Yosemite Skating; Hal)
March 21 Grand U011.II011;
" 27-Piie Slcntlng Tor Ladln;
" ill Two .MiU' Hare for prize,
ON ACCOUNT or departure from
the Kingdom, all pmmis owing
urn am noiii'Mcd to inaku immediate
payment to L. A.THUUS'ION, 38 Mim
chant Street, who linn a full power ol
attorney to transact all butlnoas for 1110
in my absence. He U autliori.eil to re
ceipt for all moneys due me, and to en.
force payment of unpaid cluiuia.
Honolulu, March 1U, 1685. Wi 2m
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