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KM DAY, AlAHdl 27, IBM.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All llmu fiom tinuii of (o-d:iy, Mm, 27.
Sun Si' Is (I !).
bun Mscs IS!).
Moon Rhus 17 '27.
High Tide (.niiall) ;i w.
High Tide (l.ngo) in :io.
wind ami imiti;u
lU'Ciiul Irom noon of jmlcnlnj
."'".'"'uirSl. Tlmiiimmi'tci- lluln.
I 4li nil I I'M -li I 'ih I lMi I InMi
JUKI 50.01 30.01 815 I 07 013 u.-:o
Wind, s. w.
light; Sky, tliowcryiSpiiiiiodri-'
, n, ARRIVALS.
Sclir KniikcnouH fiom Koholalole
Schr Alaiy Foster from Kolmlalclc
Schr Sarah & Llla fiom Koolau
H S Cltv of New York fiom S V
Bgtnp Consiielo fiom S P
Sclir Manuokawal from Koolau
elir Malolo for Lnmiahochoc
Itklup Ella for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr C U lttshop for WiiLiuac, Walalua,
K Untie it llanalel
Schr llnleakala for Peepeekeo
Schr Kankcaotilt for Koholalclu
Schr Malolo for I'.ipalko
VESSELS IN PORT.
BMuc DIseoverv, Pciiiiunii
Ilk Laity Lampoon, MniMou
Steam llktno Morning Star, Bray
Ship Impeiator. lloix
S S Al.inipOa, Morse
Wh John Caner,
Bgtne Consiielo, Cousin1;
From llaualcl, Kilauca,
anil Wnianae, pur itmr C
March 2li J li Klchardson.
Mrs II A AVidoinann and 2 ehildien, F
Gardner, Miss N Tregloan, P. Dlllev and
From San Francisco, per untile Con
Miclo, March 27 Mrs L Sliuruian, T W
Wither, 1) T Lane, Mr Lansmaun, J
For San Fr.iucii.co, per bktno Ella,
March 27 EM Smith, Miss M Love,
Sclir Mary Foster hi ought 1000 hags
of ngai aiid tltc ICauikeaonli 2501 bags
Schr Mnuuokavtai brought G07 hag
Stmr O It BMiop brought 2S32 bags of
sugar. Slic .dls lo-inoi tow at Sam.
The bgtne Consiielo, dipt Cousins,
armed this a m 1-IJj days from San
Francisco. She In lugs 920 feUs of (lour,
(ill sks of bailey, 10.000 li.ud bricks,
l)BJ sks of bone-meal. 110 hogs (to .1
Session), 1 cow and calf, (hip$il by A
T Baker and consigned to C.istli) S.
Cooke), 2hoiscs, 1 cow, 1 bull and C
chickens (to V Saxc), 2 hoises (to A
Spencer), 21 chickens and If geese (con
signed to W G Irwin), etc. Shu had
Hue weather. She is consigned to Castle
Ac Cooke and is docked at Brewer's
The bktne Ella sailed this I'M for San
Francisco. Siie took 0,S92 bags of
sugar and 23 bbls of molasses. She wan
towed to sea by the tug Aleit.
The S S City of Now York', Capt It C
Seaile, sailed from San Francisco Match
lath, at 2 p m, with 03 passengers, ill
cabin and 183 steerage for Yokohama,
and :!01 Chinese from Hongkong la
San Francisco for tills poit. She had
fair weather. Time 7 das and 17 hours.
She sails tills l m, taking about twelve
Chinese passengers fiom tins poit for
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
You must not bathe at Kapena
commences at one
Court is sitting in
A muetixg of Polynesian Encamp
ment will lie held at 7 :!10 o'clock
Tub S. S. City, of New York
brought live bags of mail for the
W12 have to thank Messrs. J. M.
Oat & Co. for the perusal of a late
file of papers.
Fuknished room for man and wife,
with use of kitchen, advertised ut
187 Nuuanii street.
TiiEiti; will be no band concert at
Emma Square to-morrow afternoon,
the band playing at the legatta.
Come and see our new oil paint
ings and cluomos, just received at
King Bros.' Ait Store. 070 at
Tub mail by the City of New
York for Hongkong and Yokohama
closes at -t o'clock this afternoon.
Coi.. Saxc received a very valu
able cow by the Consiielo this morn
ing. It is said to be worth S'2,000.
An interesting description of Eu
ropean navies from the Chicago
, Jleruld will bo found on our fourth
Tins evening at the skating rink
the ladies will have a contest for a
prize. A large attendance is sure to
Tnu programmes for to-morrow's
legatta aie out and can be obtained
of Messrs. J. M. Oat & Co. and
Mr. J. E. Wiseman.
Uoml h,xehaiico, Mm oil 17tli, 2
sliatc of Unwnlinn Coimncrclnl
C'o.'s slock were sold nt S'l.
Mi:. Kliamttio Teramuia H the
11:11110 of the .ltipaticc doctor in tills
elly. lie iccelvcd his license to
practise in litis Kingdom yesterday.
Tnr. piie lo ho given at the
skating rink this evening is n pnir of
Henley club skates. It will lie
awarded for the best skating by
O.xi: of the Chinese pasbengois
died on Hie City of New York this
morning. The ship's flag hung nt
half-mast. The body will be taken
A i.ini'.x carriage rug, with the
initials of S. II. on, and a black kid
glove have been found. The owner
can have them by calling at the
A special Lenten service will be
held at St. Andrew's Cathedral this
evening, commencing at 7.00 o'clock.
The Ucv. G. B. Simeon will deliver
'IVmouuow. 011 the Paramatta
river, Sydney, will occur the great
boat race botwecn Ilanlan and
Beach for the championship of the
world. We whall hear the result
by the Mariposa, April 8th.
Wust, Dow & Co. (successors to
Lycaii & Co. ) received by Alameda
an assoitnicnt of music books, music
port-folios, guitar and violin strings ;
baby carriages, velvet frames, foot
balls, etc., etc. 078 3t
In the carriage accident last even
ing Mr. Wiseman lost part of the
horse's harness, the martingale and
breastplate. Anyone finding them
will please return them to his olllce,
Mr.ssns. J. M. Oat & Co.'s store
is at all times a very attiactive place,
but perhaps a little more so at the
present time, as in the windows arc
the piizes for the regatta and the
new trumpets for tlieiiio department.
Timlin is very little business done
on a Saturday afternoon, and as the
regatta comes off to-morrow, it is to
be hoped the business, houses will
close at 4)oon, thus, giving their em
ployees a chance to enjoy the sport.
This evening a reception will take
place at the residence of Mr. P. C.
Jones, Jr., Nuuanu Valley, in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. II. J. McCoy, of
San Fiancisco. All members of the
V. M. C. A. are particularly invited
to be picscnt.
Somi: improvements are at present
being made at the Custom House.
A room formerly used for storago
has been converted into an office for
the statistical cleiks, and the Iatter's
present quarters will be turned into
an ollico for the Collector-general.
Last Wednesday evening someone
entered the house of Mis. Anna
Berger, near the Marine Railway,
and stole about So0 which was lock
ed up in a small box. A silver watch
and other things are missing. The
thief is someone who is well acquaint
ed with the premises.
Tin: S. S. City of New Y ork ar
rived off port shoitly before eleven
o'clock, 7 A days from San Fran
cisco and is anchoicd outside. She
has landed her Chinese passengois,
and after taking about 40 tons of
coal on board, will sail some time
during the evening for Hongkong.
Tnr. Honolulu Bar Association has
been organized with nineteen mem
beis. The following arc tho olllccrs :
Executive Committee, S. B. Dole,
Edw. Preston, and W. A. Whiting ;
Treasurer and Secretary, Lorrin A.
Thurston; Librarian, Cecil Brown.
The Association has rented a room
in Campbell's Block which is being
fitted up as a law library.
. . .
Mit. Adams' sale of beautiful
homesteads will not take place to
morrow noon as announced, as all
tho lots have been sold with the ex
ception of one, No. 10, on Berctania
street, which will be put up at 12
o'clock noon Monday. Mr. Adams
will also sell, on Monday at noon,
the premises consisting of the Bridges
house and lot in Hilo, Hawaii.
Tiuuti: was a very good attendance
at the Y. M. C. A. Hall last evening
to hear Mr. II. J. McCoy. He took
his text from the lirst chapter of
Joshua, the first eight verses. His
subject was "The three C's Con
secration, Concentration, and Cour
age," which he said weie necessary
to every member of the Y. M. C. A.
His remarks were listened to with
rapt attention. A number of the
Gospel Hymns were sung during the
A NARROW ESCAPE.
Last evening Mr. Joseph K. "Wise
man attended a meeting of Mystic
Lodge, K. of 1'., of which lie ia
secretary. Slioitly after nine o'clock
he started home in his buggy, and
had got to near the residence of Mr.
Preston, King street, when the front
off wheel came off, and in doing so,
At (lie San KmiipIspo Slock
1 an out in front of the horse, sein
ing him bndly mid causing him to
gallop off at full sliced. When
opposite Mr. Geo. Hockley's icsl
dciifo the horso tin nod on one side
and landed the huggy into the ditch,
causing Mr. Wiseman to let go the
lines which he hail firmly held from
the commencement. The horse went
along with the whittle tree and
harness attached and found his way
to Mr. Wiseman's lesidcnce, but did
not go in, simply left the whilllc tree
outside the gale and then started off
for Waikiki. Arriving there it
opened the gate lending to Jim
Dodd's corral and lot all the horses
out. Two natives wcio out all night
looking for the animal, and he was
found this morning. Mr. Wiseman
had a very fortunate escape, hut
beyond a few bruises and a slightly
stiff neck he is none the wouc for
his short, perilous lide. The horse
is very badly cut and bruised. It
looks very much as if soino one had
unfastened the nut of the wheel
while the buggy was standing out
side of the hall where the meeting
The first race commences at, one
The Honolulu Yacht and Boat
Club will receive their guests at the
Inter Island Navigation Co.'s wharf,
which will be fitted up for the occa
sion. A good view of the races will
be obtained at this point.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will be
Some close racing may be looked
for especially in the senior and
junior six-oared races.
The afternoon will be generally
observed as a holiday.
A Chinaman by the name of Ah
Yin was lined S 10 and costs in the
Police Court this morning for driv
ing a licensed waggon, No. 203, he
not being a licensed driver.
Malohi, a native, was committed
to the Insane Asylum. His brother
I stated that he breaks everything
up and this to injure himself, is
very violent, tears his clothes off,
and attacks others. Deputy Dayton
also testified rcsrardinc the man,
stating it was impossible to
any clothes on him.
THE BANANA TRADE.
"You seem to have a great stock
of bananas on hand," remaikcd a
Chronicle reporter the other day to
a 'down-town merchant, as one of his
porters passed, carrying a bunch
which would have shamed the grape
clusters of Canaan.
"Yes, we have. The demand for
the banana is pretty large. This
houso and another one take half a
shipload twice a month."
"How many, then, come into
town during a month?"
"You may safely say that .San
Fiancisco receives from Honolulu
at least 900,000 bananas a month,
there being 450,000 every two weeks,
of which we take 22o,000."
""What is the average number of
bananas to a bunch?"
"They run from 100 to 125 to a
bunch and each ship brings from
the islands about 0,000 bunches
a pretty good consignment, is it not?
Just look at this bunch. There is
not a speckled fruit in the whole lot
and there arc at least 200 there. O,
wc sell that bunch at SI wholesale
price. The retailer only makes a
slight profit on this fruit. It is
hardly wortli talking about. He
will take that bunch and sell the
bananas at the rate of tlireo for a
dime. Thus upon this purchase he
will clear $2.00. Of course there
are other banana bunches which we
sell cheaper, but you need not
imagine that the man who is keeping
a store is mnking a fortune out of
"How long docs it take before
you sell out 225000?"
"Almost immediately. Everyono
of those bunches has been already
sold. Perhaps three days after the
arrival of a shipload we will not
have a single banana in the ware
house." . 2 Chronicle.
VOXJll JJTJBIN I3HH
WHICH OOLH IN IO
Most of the Houses
EASY RATES !
1)Y order of llio Stipioine f'ouit, I am
Inotriii'lcd hv the Ihceuloi-. of iho
Eslutu of the Into .IAMi:S WOODS, nf
Kolitiln,Hiiwul!,to ell nt I'ublle Auction,
at my Salorooin,(Jiieen Street, Honolulu,
On Tuesday, Mureli JJIsl,
At 12 o'clock noon, llm
Namely: (20) Twenty Shares ol Hie
UNBON RftBLL CO.
of Kohalit. Tho undivided
(1-4) Quarter Interest
la Uio 1'ropcrly know 11 ns the
Situated in North Ivolmla, Hawaii.
Full partlciilnri can be obtained
annllcallnn at the olllce of THKO.
1MVIE8 S. CO.
977 lw 13. . ADA3IS, Aucl'r.
GRAY. M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Onicc, first door west of Library liuild
ing. Hours, from 0 to 11 a.m., and 2 to 4
and 7 to 8 p.m. Sundays, U to 11 a.m.
Residence, cor. Kinau and Pensacola
strcots. 043 ly
ALL persons having claims against
the Estate of W. 11. Wilkinson,
which have been contracted previous to
the Gth d.iy of February, 1S85, are re
quested to hand the same to the As.
slgntcs ou or before tho 3Ut lust.
Assignee Est. W. H. Wilkinson.
Honolulu, March 12th, 1885. 007 td
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED, liming heard
JL their brother, Y. ALAU, intends
mariying in this country, desire to in
form all concerned that he Is engaged
to 11 woman in China. AIL WA, .
Honolulu, Match 10th, IBB'. 973 2m
LAU FAT, doing business at Makn.
pain, Kohal.i, Hawaii, has made an
assigument to the undersigned for the
benefit of his creditors. All pcfeons
having claims against said party, aio
licicby icqucstcd to send tlieii bills ini.
mediately, and all persons indebted to
said party are requested to mnke Imme
diate payment lo L. ASEU,
Mnkapala, Mai . 10, 1SS5. !I77 2w
1COUNT of ileum lure from
loin, all iie.r-nus owing
me are lemieiicil lo make liumulintc
p lymciit to L. A. TUUltSTOX. 38 Mer
chant Street, who has a full power of
attorney to transact all ltiislneo- foi 1110
in my ahtvuee. lie W uutlioiicd lo re
ceipt fur ull money!, due nic, and to ui.
force payment ol unpaid chiiii".
Honolulu, Miucii i:j, 1BS5. 'M am
IS HEREBY given that we the under
signed have this day bought the
entire business from CilANr YU ICEC
alias ACUU of his merchandise store in
Smith Lane, Honolulu, and we carry 011
the hmditebs at the .same old stand. All
debts due by the said firm prior to the
dale of transaction must be .settled hv
the said CHAN YU KEE aliis AGIIU.
CHAN JIM YAN,
Honolulu, II. I., llth Maieh, 1883.
A GOOD reliable German, age about
25 yeais, wants 11 job as family
driver, understands horse. Apply to
J. E. WISEMAN,
077 lit General Busineis Agent. '
Cottngu at Waikiki to Lot.
npiIE FINE residence of W. P. Tolcr,
JL Esq., situated at Waikiki, to let to
a responsible party unfurnished.
Apply to .L E. WtSEMAN,
Real Estate Agent,
or to "W. P. Toler, Esq., on tho preinie?.
TWO FINE imported Maics, four and
live years old, well broken, kind
and gentle. Sold on account of depar
ture. Also a fine new Phaeton, only
used a few times. Inquire of
J. P. MENUONOA,
or at M. S. Grinhaum & Co.'s Htore.
A FINE dwelling lot of over
four acre!) area 011 Muinmi
Avenue, adjoining F.A. Sehae.
lore, J.sq., 'Willi ancient water
debts in addition to Govern.
menl water privilege, well fenced and
Improved. Apply to
.JOHN H. PATY,
or to J. V.. Wiseman, Genual Business
Agent. U78 lm
rpwo OIL PAINTINC1S, one u-pui.
X h('uting,,Oiaiuonil Hc.ul," the other
representing "Golden Gale." These
paintings are simply chiumiiif; ami
puiuted hy tho wclNkiiouii aitistCl .1,
Denny, of San PrnneiM-o, Thetiu paint
ings belong 10 W. P. Toler, V , ami
tiro for h.ilu nn account of le.ivlm: the
Kingdom. Jlay ho seen al the olllce
theuiiderslL-iicd. J. L WISKMAN.
077 lw General Huslness Agent.
Yosemite Ui Hall !
March 27-Prl7e Skating for Ladies ;
m ( !)J Two Mile Rain for prUe.
' 073 td
E. O. SCHUWIAN,
triage and Wagon Maker,
"King Street, near Lincoln's.
Hepniting, Hlacksniitliing anil oven diHTiplion in tho Caniiigc and "Wagon
line limnufactuicd. Uslimati-j ami diawings furnished for all Car
lingo and Wagon building. I have also got up a new kind ol Buggy
Cat t. which for chuipnev. and pnnlicability ixieciU any caitcvcr
brought to this country
WITH OK 'WITHOUT FOLDlNfJ TOI
979 am King Street, adjoining Geo.
v s c y
But &oofl Honest Value for Every Dollar!
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
Since tho arrival of Iho " Alameda,"
WILL BE FOUND VERY COMPLETE
In all my usual fine variety of fine Hoots, Shoes and Slippers.
Glen's Boot, JSlioos and Craiters
In Great 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
their perfect fitting1.
Boots 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 0th, 188fi.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
(17 nail !!
just ur.OKivr.o, i:x MAIUPOSA,
Flounder.s, Cinlillotirs, Celery,
and Itcd Cabbage.
ALSO Bn's Table It.iisiiib, Boxes Cala Dried 1'lgp, C'hfci Duiet Salad Oil, plntH
and y, pinis, CVes Lucca S.ilad Oil, Keg's H'llt Watci Cuciimhui, Kegs of
Mixed Pickles, Kits Salmon Bellies Boat Itiibghui Caiar, C.isjcfc Dunce
Ilamx, I)rlcl Priclicy, Dried r'ruils of all kinds, 2 lb tins Cnla Butter, all
kimlH Cannul Meals I-'rcMi Cnla Table Applet,, Ciik-h Bagln (Jond. Milk,
P & M Yeast Powdi'i.SncI.H Dairy Halt, Bo.e Allien Dried Apples, Legs
Sound Plgfi' Peel, Kits Mackeicl, Cues Soused Mackerel, Oubks Star ilawn,
Dnpee. Bui mi, Pic-li (ierinen, Ibland Potatoes, all Kinds Canned Vegunbh?,
all kinds Canned I'niUs, Fresh Ground Kona Coll'eu every dny. Our 1'iiecH
' aielnw. Goods dclhered to all pints of the city,
Pacific Hardware Company
SUCCESSORS TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAM'L N0TT
JMI'OKTIMiS AND DUALKHS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise.
Just iceelvcd ICddy's Refrigerators and lee ChcsU, new blyles of Ohuudtdleri
and Llhr.uy Lanijis, Stoves and Ranges, Kerosene Oil Stoves,
tari'WIKUAMKH' ;VJ1 JIOAVJQ'S HOAJJi.-Q
All of which arc oll'iired upon favoiable terms,
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY,
t'WMWCTW IW m y6AfjWWHto
1 would beg to notify the public in general that
1 have opened .1 Carriage and Wagon shop on
King Street, at the old stand of M. J. Rose,
and lately occupied by Messrs. "Whitman &
"Wright, where I am prepared to do any kind
of Carriage and Wagon work, in :i lirst class,
durable and practical manner. By close and
attention to business, satisfactory
and reasonable charges, I hope to
of the public patronage.
"W. Lincoln, Contractor and Builder.
IN PRICES !
testimony to them its Avell as
el HI root.
Ice, (JiMil, Cala I'rcsh Salmon, Cnla
Ljslern Oysters, in tin and fdicll;
P. O. Bo 207. (71.
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