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WKDNKMUY, MAlK'll 2, Irian.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All linn,' from noon of In tiny, M:ir. '.'.".
SuiiScIs I! !i.
Sun Jtlsm 1H St.
Moon 1 1 1 sc- 17 'J".
HIjjhTldu (mult) II 00.
High Tide (l:iviui 15 ISO,
wisii su i: i nuit
Itcconl limn noon nf jcslciiliiy
.U'oaTclol. Tlwrmoim.lor Main.
i Hi I mi I s:ii ii -iii I oil I mi I totsii
I 2.mw no.in su.ni il sis r,m,s c.is o.su
Wlmt,S. W. Unlit; My, show uryj Sen inmli-r-ntc.
Schr I.calil from Koliolalelo
Schr Wallcle from M alike
S2hr Hnlcak'ala from Pepeekco
Stinr .Mokolii from Windward Polls
Stinr Wahnnti.tlo from Wnhnanaln
Slmr l.lk'cllkc for Kalmliil
Schr Kliuknl for Wniahin
Schr Itob Hoy for Koolnu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
llktnc Ella for San Francisco
Stinr Leliiin for Wlndwaiil Ports
Schr Watlelo for Mallko
Stinr Mokolii for Windward ports
.Schr l.tika for Koholalclc
Sclir I.calil for ICoholalolc
Schr W allele for Mallko
VESSELS IN PORT.
llktno Discovery, Ferriman
llktnc Ella, Howe
lik Lady Lampoon, MnrMon
Steam Vktnu Mwnhig Slav, Hray
Ship InipcraMr. Iloix
S S Alameda, M!orie
For Kapaa. per Jm Makeo, March 2-1
P Wee anil Id deck.
Kor Koloa, Wntinca anil Nawlllwlll,
pur Planter, March 24 II 1' Glade, Ueo
S Gay, C M Cook, Col Z S Spalding,
Mis Mary A Titeomb and :!S deck.
For Lnhainj, Mnalaca, llilo and Ka
wailiae. per Kinau, March 21 W K
Austin, .llro Nakajama, Judge A Tor
nandcr, W O Atwater, Tony C Afong,
Cap! S lto, J A Scott, J 11 .lone and
wife, 1UI (iiant.J Hind and wife, Ah
Mee. Y Alan, I. Akaniu and 7S deck.
The steainer I.eliua sails to-morrow at
The steam bktne Morning Star has
been moral near the fWli-niuikut.
The whaler Mars was transfeirlng
her oil td the Discovery this morning.
The John Carver and Hcrrimau will Mnp
their oil to the const by the same vessel.
The .steam scow will go out to the latter
vessel when she is ready to land her
The Likellkc is expected to return on
Sunday A m.
The sehrs Lukn and Lculil brought
from Koholalcle 2000 and 2000 bags of
Stmr Mokolii brought 423 bag of
sugar, 30 bbls of molasses, !)0 sheep, 10
head of cattle, !)8 green hides and 2
The Lady Lainpson hai yet some SO
tons of coal on boaul, and is unable to
discharge until she gets some In, ns the
vessel will not stand with less than CO
tons In the hold.
The leak in the boiler of the steamer
I.ikclikc had just been patched up yestcr
day when another one was discovered.
The boiler is rather old. and it is hoped
that the new one will be put in soon.
The new boiler is finished and would
havo been In last July if It were not for
some defect hi the metal of the super
heaters that had been made and now
the only delay will be to get the steel
from the States.
In this city, March 21lh, to the wife
of Theo. V. Lansing, a son.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
La.ti:st Foreign News will be found
on our fourth page.
Sku Dr. Johnstone & Co.'s adver
tisement in another column.
Tin: Supreme Court is sitting in
Uanco to-day, and will do the same
. .. .
PitAYi:u meeting at tho Bethel
Union Church this evening as usual
at 7.30 o'clock.
Mr. E. P. Adams will hold bis
regular cash sale to-morrow morning
at 10 o'clock at his salesroom.
II. II. II. Princess Likelike will
hold her usual weekly reception to
morrow afternoon at her residenco,
Tin: Koyal Hawaiian Band will
give a moonlight concert at Emma
Square to-morrow evening at 7 :30
An Hr.r.x, who was fined $7 tho
other day for assaulting Mow Lcong,
has noted an appeal to the Interme
diary Com I.
A Li:nti:n service will be held at
St. Andrews Cathedral this evening.
Uev. CSeo. Wnllace will deliver a
Tiir.ur. is quito a mall at Consul
McKinlcy's olllco for the U. S. S.
Hartford, which is hourly expected
Thk P. IU S. S. City of New
York is duo to-morrow afternoon
from San Francisco, curouto for
Yokohama. She will bring !18) Chi
A l'r,NNvi.VAN(A iiinu consUlm iitelj'
bont'lB nl it hotel, in order Mini his
wife can Inn ij (lino to ullcml n
Do not forgi't lite half hour noon
player meetings tit (he . M. C. A.
looms, commencing nt llltcon min
utes pnsl twelve o'clock.
Applications for money orders) on
the L'nitud Slates per Alameda will
be received at the l'osl-Olllcc until
Monday next nt noon.
To-Jioiniuw evening, a meeting
will he held in the V. M. C. A. Hall
especially for the young men of this
city, to lie led by Air. II. J. McCoy.
A rise dwelling lot of over four
acres, adjoining the residence of
Mr. F. A. Schnefer, Nuunnu Valley,
is offered for sale. Fuller particulars
of Mr. John II. Paly.
Wolfe & Edwards, the grocers,
received a large quantity of new
goods by the Alameda. Remember
their store is at the cornor of Nuu
nnu and King streets.
Osi: or our contemporaries states
that tho S. S. City of Sydney will
leave here March 15th for San Fran
cisco, and the S. S. Zcalandia March
2 1 st for Sydney. Too late neighbor.
Tin: cross bells for the Honolulu
Uillcs arrived by tho Alameda. The
helmets and blouses will arrive by
the Mariposa. The company had a
long and splendid drill last evening.
Humxkss ngent Wiseman has a
very convenient and cosy cottage
willi choice furniture complete, on
Fort street, to rent for one year to a
Wust, How & Co. (successors to
l.ycan & Co.) received by Alameda
an assortment of music books, music
port-folios, guitar and violin strings j
baby carriages, velvet frames, foot
balls, etc., etc. J)78 3t
Tin: usual weekly prayer meeting
at the' Fort Street Church this even
ing. Subject: A study of the 13th
Chapter of the 1st of Corinthians.
The Uev. Dr. Happer, of the North
China mission, will be present and
deliver a brief address.
TiiiniK was another large crowd at
the skating rink last evening, attract
ed by the bon bon party. Every
lady received a present of jewelry.
The music was very enjoyable. Tho
rink will be open this evening as
A oiioii showing is made bjr the
Kcnlia Plantation, on Kauai, which
took off 1,175 tons of sugar in G9
days' grinding an average of 17
tons per day. This plantation is
owned by Z. S. Spalding, and is
one of the best, if not the best, in
The French steamer Bordeaux,
recently at this port, is reported to
be at Valparaiso, with her shaft out
of line and her engine strained. Re
pairs were to be made by tho engi
neers on board, who had all neces
sary appliances. She is laden with
wheat for Europe.
Tin: standing Committee of the
Bethel Union Church will meet this
evening at 7 o'clock sharp, for tho
purpose of receiving new members.
After the meeting there will be a
preparatory service for Communion,
followed by the election of olllcers
for the Bethel Social Union for the
ensuing six months.
Sckxe in Oat's Stoiu:. Junior
Clerk at telephone. Waimanalo off
Proprietor. That can't be, Wai
manalo is on the other side of tho
Head Clerk. You stupid boy,
why don't you say, the steamer
Waimanalo, same as I do. Try and
be more careful.
In one of the London, Eng.,
schools, recently, a boy gave the
following lanswers: "The Nile i3
tlie only 'remarkable river in the
world. It was discovered by Dr.
Livingstone, and rises in Mungo
Park." "The equator is a line run
ning through the centre of the earth.
At one end is the Tropic of Cancer ;
at the other the Tropic of Capri
corn." Tin: "Roll of Honor" of St.
Matthew's Hall, of San Mateo,
California, for tho second month of
tho Easter term, ending March 4th,
shows tho names of two Island boys.
Prince Kawananakoa is credited
with '.10.7 iu grammar, 100 iu de
portment aud second place iu bis
grade. Hiclmrd CSillilund is credited
with 88.0 in grammar. Gazette.
Ciiikf Engineer Nott received by
tho Alameda three very elegant
trumpets for the Honolulu fire de
partment. They nra electro-plated
and gold-lined, and are splendid
specimens of work. The one for
tho chief is a trillu larger than the
other two, and has cord and tassels
of old gold. The ono for the first
assistant has red cord and tassels,
and the second assistant's are blue.
They aru most beautifully engraved
and chased, and were made by Heed
& liartou, Taunton, Mass, They
will bo on exhibition nt Mr. NoU'b
More, Knnhumtuiti street, for a few
To-Moiiitnw morning at. 10 o'clock
the I. allies of Honolulu and (he
public in general will havo die
privilege of Inspecting one of Ihu
llnest lot of fancy goods ever Im
ported into (his inaikol, at the store
of Oco. W. Macfarlane & Co., up
stairs. These goods were carefully
selected In Loudon and Paris, with
special reference to the requirements
of the community.
Last Monday evening a very
pleasant parly was held at tho resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ii. Castle
to celebrate the anniversary of the
birthday of Miss Nellie Lowrcy.
Quite a large number of friends of
the young lady were present and a
most enjoyable timo was had by all.
Miss Lowrey was the recipient of a
number of pretty presents.
Nkxt week will bo Holy Week.
At St. Andrew's Cathedral there
will be a scries of mission addresses
throughout the week by the Rev.
G. B. Simeon, on the following sub-
jeets: Ihe feoul, Sin, Judgment,
Redemption, Repentance, Forgive
ness, New Life, Service, Worship.
Also, instruction on God, Tho Fall,
Baptism, Self-examination, Absolu
tion, The Christ, Prayer, the Holy
Ioela, one of the bass players in
the Royal Hawaiian Band, was tried
on a charge of larceny of a trunk
valued at 810, belonging to Su
Chung, a Chinaman living atPalama.
He was found guilty and sentenced
to imprisonment at hard labor for
six months and to pay a fine of S15.
Mr. W. R. Castle prosecuted and
Mr. W. Kenney defended the pris
oner. An appeal was noted to the
George Jackson, a young negro
sailor on board the steamer Like
like, was sentenced to Ave days' im
prisonment at hard labor for disor
derly conduct Saturday evening.
He was at the whirligig, aud having
a very exalted opinion of himself,
wanted to fight with every one there,
even the police olficers. So he was
promptly locked up, and Justice
Bickerton advised him this morning
not to be so forward in tho future.
G. W. Wright was charged with
being a gross cheat by obtaining
S30 from Chas. Smith under false
pretences, on Saturday last, lie
was remanded until to-morrow.
"Sam," said a master to a sleepy
headed apprentice, "have you ever
seen a snail?" "Yes, sir." "Then
you must have met it, for you could
never have overtaken it!"
The following names are to be
found in the Medical Directory.
Under the head of what one might
call "Beverages," one finds doctors
named Beer, Porter, Perry, Mead,
Port, and a Pickup Tipple, besides
Cream, while under "The Human
Frame" there arc a Body, five Heads
with Hair, oneBrain, andtwoBoards,
but only one Legg and one Foot with
Corns, two Hands and Palms, a
Tooth, a Bone, and two Joynts.
Cottage at Wailciki to I.er.
npiIE FINE residenco of W. P. Toler,
JL Eq., si tun ted at Waikiki, to let to
a lesponsible party unfurnished.
Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
Real Estate Agent,
or to W. P. Toler, Esq., on the premises.
Estate of San Wo Co.
72 Nuuanu Street, Bankrupts.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED having been
JL elected assignee of tho above es
tate, hereby requests all persous indebt
ed to this estate to pay Immediately,
and a'l persons having claims against
this estate to scud their bills imme
diately to C. ROLTE.
Honolulu, March 10th, 1S85. 070 at
DR. JOHNSTONE & COMPANY
Has, at the request of many friends, concluded to open a branch olllee
in Honolulu, for the speedy and scientific cure of chronic nervous and
special diseases. The Doctor, who is now here for the above -purpose, is a
regular graduated physician of Harvard University, and is acknowledged
by all as tho leading specialist in the United States. Having been Physi
ciairin one of the leading hospitals of the East, enables me to treat all
private diseases with excellent results. Fifteen years' experience, in
which hundreds of thousands have been cured, justifies mo iu making the
And MIDDLK-AGED MEN, who are suffering from tho effects of
Youthful Indiscretions or from excesses iu maturer years, NERVOUS and
PHYSICAL DEIULITY, WEAKNESS, IOTOTENCY, LOST MAN
HOOD, confusion of ideas, dull eyes, aversion to society, ilespoiuleucy,
pimples on the face, loss of energy and memory, frequency of urinating,
utc. Homenibcr that by a combination of VEGETABLE HKMEDIKS,
of great curative power, the Doctor has so arranged bis treatment that it
will not only adord immediate relief but permanent cure.
I wish it distinctly understood that I do not claim to perforin impossi
bilities, or to have miraculous or .supernatural power. I claim only to be
a skilful and successful Physician, thoroughly informed iu my specialty.
All applying to me will receive an HONKST OPINION of their com
plaintsno experimenting, r will guarantee a euro in every case I under
take, or forfeit SI, 000. Consultation inlolllce or by letter F1MCK and
strictly private. Charges moderate. Thorough examination, including
chemical and microscopical analysis of urine and advice, Sf. Olllee
hours, D to :t daily, (i to 8 evenings ; Sunday, il to 12 only. Call or address
DR. JOHNSTONE & CO.,
U78 1m 31 EICHAED STBEET, OPPOSITE PALACE
'PW O 11NE linotle.l Mnii -, r .r .ml
I IHo jonn old, will broken kind
and giiille. fold on ti'-cniiiil of depot
iDre AIho n flue new I'lnicton, only
uhmI a few times, liiiiuiittof
J. 1'. MKNUOM'A,
oral M. S. fltliilmuiu A; Co' lore
Hoi'hc, Hngg;y ami lluviicnx for
1. LUCY, owned bv
with a Ton Drowsier Hiurirv in
order ami harness for snle. cm tie
couutof depailuro fioin the Kltii'dom.
Apply to .). K. WISKMAri,
ucncnii muincss Agent,
or to W. P. Toler, Ksq,, on the premhes
at Walklkl. ()T7 lw
rpVO OIL PAINTINGS, one reprc.
X ,sentlng''Dlamond Head," the other
Representing "Golden Gate." These
paintings arc simply charming and
jmlulcd bv the well-known artist G.. I.
Denny, of San Francisco. These paint,
lugs belong to W. P. Tolor, Esq., and
nro for sale on account of leaving tho
Kingdom. Jlay be seen at the ollicc of
the undersigned. .T. IS. WISEMAN,
977 lw General Business Agcul.
By order of Henry R. Macfarlane, Esq.
I will oiler at Public Auction,
Saturday, March 28th,
At 12 noon, tit my Sales Room,
UuIvhu -provlouwly tLtuposiori.
ol ut Private fe3uU,
THOSE SPLENDID LOTS on the
corner of Uerctauhi ami l'likoi SU.,
Subdivided as follows into House Lot,
and at the following upset prices,
from which there can be no deviation.
1.10 Tect, Heretania
.Upset price 1500
by 1C0 feet, Ivinau
Lot a 100 feet
Upset price 5 1200
by 150 feet, Heretania
Lot 4100 feet Ly
Lot 5100 feet bv 1
Upset, pi ice $UUU
150 feut, Kinau
Upset price $1100
150 feet, ISerctinia
Up-et pi ice $1400
Lot 0100 feet by 150 feet, Kinau
street Upset iiiIlc SHOO
Lot 7100 feet by 000 feet, with the
buildings thereon. Upset price S2I0.)
Lot S 100 'feet by 150 feet, lieietania
s-treet ". . .Upset price $1230
Lot 0 100 feet by 150 feet, Youim
si rcet Upset price if'JOO
Lot 10100 feet by 150 ieet, Heretania
street Upset price $1230
Lot 11100 feet by 150 feet, Young
street Upset price $900
The upper lots weie purchased by Mr.
Macfarlane for a residence, and for the
purpose of Improvement, it hns had
gical care and cultivation, so that at
present it Is well covered by large
variety of trees, as well as a choice col
lection of plants and llower?, all in
Among the fruit and shade trees will
be found the Traveler's Tree, the Royal
Palm, the 'Wine Palm, the Lemon Tiee,
the Fan Palm, tlie uocoauut, the Japan
ese Orange, the Ponciana Hogia, the
Mandaiiu Orange, tho Kig Tree, tho
Alligator Pear, the Aleeroba and others.
Iu Roses and Flowers there arc a great
variety, which must be seen to be ap
Water pipes are laid on in each of
Lots Nos. 1 to 7, Inclusive, and 50 feet
of hose will reach any part of them.
These lots are situated just in the centio
of Kalaokahua Plains, on the principal
street leading from Honolulu, and nro
within twenty minutes' walk from town,
as well as being upon the omnibus
route to Puunhou.
I shall offer them on veiy fnvoiable
terms for purchasers, namely,
One-Kourth Cash, and balance iu
equal payments of one, two, three
and four years, with interest at 7
per cent., secured by mortgage.
Thi division of payments, and low
rate of interest, allows one for a com
paratively small sum annually paid for
four years, to become the owner of a
beautiful homestead lot.
Parties desiring lots must make early
application, as we shall sell at private
sale to those who urst apply.
Plans of the property can be seen at
Deeds at purchaser's expense.
E. P. ADAMS,
047 t th & s til Auctioneer.
But liooft Honest Value for Every Dollar!
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
Sineo the arrival of the " Alameda,"
WILL BE FOUND VERY COMPLETE
In all my itsiutl fine variety of fine Boots, Shoes anil Slippers.
IMCoirss HSoots, lioes jxncl GrnJters;
In Clival Variety.
THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT
Is as usual very complete.
As to the good qualities of my Goods the Ladies of our
Islands, who have patronized this Establishment for 18
years, will bear willing testimony to tlicm as well as
their perfect fitting.
Hoots and Shoes always found in this Establishment. 1
have no inducements to offer but the guarantee of Al
Goods, which will be sold
As Low as Consistent with Prudence.
Ilonolulu, Afarch Glh, 1SS5.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
07 nnl (lO llolfl Hi root.
JUST HEUE1VED, KX MAHIPOSA.-On lee, Quail, (Jala Fresh Salmon, Cula
Flounders, Caulltlours, Celery, Eastern Oyster, in tin and shell;
nud Red Cabbage.
AT.SO lloxes Table uisln, Uoxcs Gala Dried Kitfs, Cafes Durct Salad Oil, pints
and y, pints; Cases Lucca Salad Oil, Keg-. Sill Water Cucumbers, Kegs of
Mixed Pickle Kits Salmon Bellies, bcu Itu!an Caviar, Casks Dupeo
llaius, Dried Peticlic, Di led Fruits of all kinds, 2 lb tins Oil a Hotter, all
kinds Canned Meat.'-, Flesh Cala Table Apples, Cases Eagle Cond. Mills,
P & M Yeast Powder, Sacks Dairy Salt, lloxc? Allien Dried Apples, Lees
Soused Pigs' Feet, Kits Mackerel, Cases Soused Mackerel, Casks Star Hams,
Dupeo llocon, Freh Ueniica, Island Potatoes, all kinds Canned Vegetable?,
all kinds Canned Fruits, Fresh Ground Kona Coffee every tiny. Ourl'iicch
are low. Goods delivered lo all purls of thu clly,
Island Orders solicited. Telephone
Pacific Hardware Company
SUCCESSOES TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAM'L NOTT.
1MPOKTEHS AND DEALEKS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, and General .Merchandise-
.lust leceived Eddy's Ilcfi iterators aud Ice Chests, new styleH of Chandeliers
aud Library Lamps, Stoves and Ilanges, Kerosene Oil Stoves.
car VvViuia.:nks' a.:vi howfs woAires.-x&a
All of which aie olleied upon favorable terms.
PACIFIC HAKDWAHE COMPANY.
LIGHT WAGON IN PEHKIXT
OltDKIt. Apply to
!7.1 1 w
LKWIH CO . Hotel St.
I AU FAT, doing business at Mala
XJ i i.i I ii, IColmla, Hawaii, Iiiih made an
assignment to Hie uiiileisinueil for the
benefit of his creditors All persons
having claims against said parly, juo
hereby lequested to tend their liilU im
mediately, ami "Il pelotis indebted to
said party aru teipietted to make Imme
diate payment lo L. ASKU,
Makapala, Mar. Ill, lb8.ri. HIT iiw
KSTATK OF AH SAX.
A II SANO (alias All QL'Al) dolus
JTV business on KIul' Street, npnosllu
Alapai Street, lias made mi assignment
to C, llolti,, All persons having claims
against this i'late are teipieleirto send
their bills Immediately and all persons
owing Ibis cbtatu are reijueMcd to pay
Immediately lo O. 110LTL.
Honohiju, March 11th, 18S5. U70 lit
Xo. 2-10. P. O. IJox 2'J7.
YosBmite Skating Hall
Al'iic-li 7-.Piie Skating for Ladicij
" ill Two Mile Unci' for prize.
ACCOUNT of depatture from
tin: Kingdom, all persons oulni;
me are reipiestcd to make iuiuieiliate
payment to L. A. TIIUHS'I ON, M Mer
chant SlicH, who has a full power of
attorney to transact all hutiuuss for mo
iu my aliaeuce, lie is authorUed lo iu
ceipt for all moneys due me, and to en
force payment of unpaid cluluu,
Honolulu, March 111, 16S5. tCU Sin
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