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KA'rntDAY, m Alien w, ir.
SUM, MOOII AND SEA.
All tlmu from tioon of to-day. Mar. i!1!.
SiniSel (I !i.
IIIl'Ii Tide (small)
High Tide (largo)
wish ami wmrtmu
Itccnut from noon of yoMcnlny
. . . U 00.
I m mi I siii ii su I tni I nil I toifii
iVM I OT.ni I so.otii fis I n;o oii u.so
Wind, h. V. lljjhr; fcljy, shmvi'iyjSca moder
Sclir Kawailaril from Koolnu
Stmt Kliinit from Windward l'oits
Stmr Jas Makec from Knpaii
Sclir Kettle Merrill from Lulialtia
Mai eh 27
Stmr C 11 Wsdiop for Wiilanae, Walalua,
Kllatica & lluiinlcl
Sclir Halcakala for Pccpeekeo
Whaler Mars for Arctic
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr Jas MaUee for Kap.ui
Sclir Nettle Merrill for Laliaina
Sehr Kawallani for Koolau
Sclir Mnniioknwat for Koolau
Sclir Halnbow for Koolau
Bclir -Mar v Fost or for Walanae & Walinea
Sehr Kauikcaoull for Kohalalele
Sclir Waloli forMallko
Sclir Malolo for Ullo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Itktne Discovery. l'cirimnii
Bk Lady Lampoon, Mnretnn
Stcain llkluo Morning Star, Bray
Ship Jmperator. llolx
S S Alameda, Morse
Wh John Carver.
Bgtno Conmelo. Cousins
From Windward Ports, per ICinau,
March US.) B Athcrton, Mr White. J F
Uilllllan, .T 1) Klson, .1 Kenton, J S
Winter, .1 Jdagulrc, lion II Kuihelaul
and servant; 0 N Arnold, W O Atwater,
K Sutheiland, W II llalstcad, A Young,
,lv, Y It Austin, 0 l Nakiana, J '11
Ui.mt. A Fornandcr, Miw Allen, Miss
Winter, C W AMiford and wile, Father
Albert ami 121 deck.
The Llkolikc 1 expected lo-iuorrrow
Stmr .Ia Makec brought 271)2 bags of
sugar. She sails on Monday at fi p M.
Stmr Kluau hioiighl "M52 baas of
sugar, 10 bead cattle, 1 horse and id
The lighie llaaul is to s til from Ililo
tur S V lo-day.
Sch'r Kawallani bi ought (500 b.igs of
rice. " ' ' '
The whaler JIars sailed this morning
for the Alette. '
JThc'Laily Lani)Son has linished dis
"chargliipfhcr,ooal.' The sclio6nerNcttioMei rill discharged
her sugar info the Discovery this morn
ing. ' The Klikltat will tail for Port Towu
send'about Tuesday next.
The schooner Mary Foster sails on
Monday with 60 tons of coal for Wala
nao, and 115 tons lor Waimea.
The Pacific Navigation Company have
shipped by the fcchooner Malolo -10 tons
of manure for Papaikou plantation.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Palm Sunday to-morrow.
Au. aboard for the regatta.
11i:mumih:k the eclipse of (ho moon
4 " Seixctioxs will be 'found on our
O.ni: week more and the season
Lent will be over.
Two prisoners arrived by the
Nettie Merrill from Maui.
The new skating rink will be open
this afternoon and evening.
Mn. J. 13. Athertou returned by
the Kiuau this morning from the
No band concert at Emma Square
this afternoon, the band playing at
The Itoyal Hawaiian Band will
give, a full moon concert at Emma
Square Monday evening.
Thu Rev. Dr. Ilapper will preach
at the Bethel Union Church to-morrow
evening on "Missions in China."
; Come and sec our new oil paint
ings and chromos, jtibt received at
King Bros.' AH Store. y m
' Tin; Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will meet this evening at the
residence of Chief Justice Judd, Ntiu-
Tnuni; is going to be. a basket pic
nic party it tho vestry of tho Bethel
Chinch next Tuesday eyening.
More particulars anon.
Awi.ioaiiovb for money orders
on the United States per Alameda
must be made before 12 o'clock
noon Monday, at the Post-ofllco.
Ir you want a nice shoo, boot,
blippcr, or any kind of children
shoos, L. Adlcr is tho place for it,
111 Ntiiianu street- 080. tf.
Tin: quarterly exhibition of Sun
day (.ehools will bu held to-morrow
morning "at 10 o'clock it tho Kauma
kapill church, under direction of
Mr. Af Ujmlth.
To-Nicin tli Honolulu Ilifl will
have n di ill at the Aunnry. Tin. h
special drill to lit 1, ros for pai arte.
Those nltcndliig nro dcsltcd to wear
tliclr now coals to have the rIkips
Knru sailors who dcsciled from
the whali'shlp .John Caiver, are at
present in eoiiuiieuient at the Police
Station. Aa soon tin the vend is
ready lo leave they will be takun
-- - -
Tur. members of the building com
mittee of St. Andrews Cathedral
nie loqtieslcd lo attend a meeting
on Monday afternoon nl half-past
two o'clock, ul the ofllcc of Messrs.
Thno. 11. Davles & Co.
Ox Monday, at noon, Mr. Adams
will sell, to foreclose a mortgage, the
premises at Ililo, Hawaii, consisting
of the Bridges house and lot. Also,
at the same time, one homestead lot
situated on Beretnma street.
A Fish Dnvr 19 as wholesome after
as during Lent, and tho California
Produce and Provision Company, 73
Hotel St., have in band kits of fresh
halibut fins and napes, which they
sell by the kit or in small quantities,
to suit cualomets. 981 2t
Aui.oa, one of II. M. Queen
Emma's retainers, died yesterday at
a rather advanced aga. She was
one of the first members of the Ha
waiian Congregation at St. An
drews Cathedral, and was buried
from that church by the llev. Alcr.
To-day is an important one in the
annals of boat racing. There is
the match at Sydney between Hanlan
and Beach, the annual eight-oared
race between Oxford and Cambridge
and the anniversary legalta of the
Honolulu Yacht and Boat Club, all
taking place together.
Tin; base ball season in the United
States will be opened April 18th.
Eight clubs ,have entered the Na
tional league: Boston, Buffalo, New
York, Chicago, Detroit, Philadel
phia, Providence and St. Louis.
When will the season open in Hono
lulu? It will be remembered that in
yesterday's edition wc gave particu
lars of a robbery of money and
other -things which took place at
Mrs. Bergcr's house near tho Marine
Uuihvay. Yesterday, a young man
by the name of Josepit Lowers alias
Smith was arrested on suspicion of
being the guilt' party, and be is
now locked up at the Station house.
He will bo brought up Monday.
Money to the amount of 10. To was
found on him when arrested.
Dukinc. Holy "Week, which com
mences Monday, the Rev. G. B.
Simeon will give addresses in St.
Androw's Cathedral daily at 7:30
r. m. The subjects will be Judg
ment, Redemption, Repentance,
Foigiveness, New Life, Service
Worship; followed by instruction
on God, the Fall, Baptism, Self
examination, Absolution, Tho Christ,
Prayer, tho Holy Eucharist. He
will also give addresses on Monda',
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thiirs-,
day, at -1 :30 i. sr. These addresses
will form a course of instruction on
"The order for the administration
of the Holy Communion."
Tim Prizo Skating at the Yosemite
rink last evening drew a crowded at
tendance. P.-M.Gen. Whitney, Mr.
Robt. Grieve, andMr. Ja"ke Brown,
were the judges. Four young ladies
entered the corn-petition, .and
acquitted themselves so finely that
the judges must have decided
who was the best with difficulty.
The honor, was awarded to Mrs.
Hamilton Johnson, which verdict no
one could dissent from. A pair of
Henley club skates was the prize.
On Tuesday night next a two-mile
race will come off, between the first
ten to be booked at ten o'clock on
Monday night. The music last
evening was oj the usual excellent
ADAMS VS. BULL.
Mr. Will Adams, son of our
worthy auctioneer, is very fonc of a
canoe and goes out in the bay fre
quently in one. This morning about
10 o'clock ho took a paddle out near
the cattle wharf and got into the
shallow water. The Kinau had just
unloaded some cattle and they were
being driven to the cattle pen, when
one of them made for Mr. Adams in
his canoe. Then came a struggle
which was very exciting to witness.
Tho canoeist made his craft ily
through tho water, while Mr. Bull,
feeling very frisky after his ocean
trip, also made great progress. How
ever, Mr. Adams paddled at Biich a
terrific pace Unit ho finally left the
bull In the rear. For a few seconds
It looked as if Mr. Adams would
have decidedly the worst of it.
A PLEASANT RECEPTION.
Last evening n leception was givon
at the beautiful residence of Mr. and
Mrs, P. C. Jones, Jr., Ntiimnu Val
ley, in honor of their guests, Mr. and
Mrs. II. J. McCoy, of San Fran
cisco. Mr. McCoy, as is well
known, is tho energetic general sec
retary .of tho San Francisco Y. M.
0. A. 'Tho affair ivru most enjoyn
blo in cveiy way. lhc iuleiior of
tho homo is too elegant to need any
further dccotalion, hut hcio ami
llicio wcio large hoiiqucU of most
bcaiilittil and flagrant ilowcra. Not
only were the members of the Y. M.
C. A. out in full force, but lliu ie
ccptioii was attended by u largo
number of our best people. The
early pait of the evening was passed
in social conversation, followed by
refreshments of a inofet templing na
ttnc, lo which all did ample justice.
While all this was going on inside,
a large number of the younger mem
bers were enjoying themselves on
the spacious lawn in front of the
house, the moon shining almost an
blight as day, making a very prctt
scetic. About 10 o'clock the guests
began lo depart, but not before
thanking the host and hostess for
the delightful evening they had
passed, and one which will loug be
Carl Alfcn, who looked as if ho
had slept in a pig sty all night, was
charged with drunkenness and fined
S5 and costs. It is an unusual thing
to have a Chinaman brought up for
drunkenness, but Ah Kin took too
much white man's drink, and' had to
pay 80 for taking up too much room
on the sidewalk. Two young men,
E. Gilsoy and James McQueen, were
charged with affray. It appears
that Gilsey had some words with .
Y. Squires about a horse. Tho
latter accused Gilsey of stealing
grass for it, whereupon Gilsc3r told
Squires ho would punch him. Mc
Queen, who is a relation of Squires,
stood up for the old man, and
started pounding Gilsey. A police
man soon aftor arrested them.
Justice Bickcrton told them to be
have themselves in the future and
not get into such quarrels. They
were reprimanded and discharged.
Y. M. C. A. SERVICES.
.This evening, Mr. II. J. McCoy
will lead the gospel temperance
meeting at the vestry of the Bethel
Union Church, at 7.30 o'clock.
Sunday afternoon, tit iialf-pa&t twd
o'clock, there will bo a meeting in
the Y. M. C. A. Hall for men only,
led by Mr. McCoy. A full attend
ance is requested.
In the evening, at G.30 o'clock, at
the same place, Mr. McCoy will also
conduct the regular weekly prayer
At St. Andrews Cathedral to-morrow,
the Rev. G. B. Simeon will
preach at both morning and evening
services. Subject in the morning
"The Soul," evening "Sin." In
the afternoon at 2. -15 o'clock, he will
give a catechetical address to chil
dren. In the Fort Street Church Pastor
Cruzan's sermon to children Sunday
morning will bo "Procrastination."
Mr. McCoy will be present at the
Sunday School and speak to the
children. Meeting for Bible study
at 0.150 p. m. The Sunday evening
sermon will have for its theme
" How a Wife Sold Her Husband to
'the Devil." A cordial welcome td
At the Bethel Union Church the
services to-morrow will be as fol-i
lows : Sunday School at 9.4.J o'clock,
at which Mr. McCoy will address
thc scholars. Services at 11a. m. ,
.with reception of new members and
the sacrament of communion.
Evening service, at 7.30. Rev. Dn
Hnpper wilKpreach on "Missions
in China' All cordially invited.
At the Roman Catholic Cathedral,
Palm Sunday will be celcbraUd by
the blessing of palm'branches at 10
o'clock followed by'IIigh mass.
STRANGE IF TRUE.
In the-footliills near Camas, Sum
mit County, this Territory, some
prospectors, in digging into what
they supposed to 'be a bear hole,
came upon the relics of a mine. The
hole was timbered, and from the
manner in which the work was done,
it showed plainly that n century
must have elapsed since the place
was first worked. The timbers were
clumsjly joined with Vodcu pens,
and 11 few 'implements 6f cookery,
which were dug up, bore curious
hieroglyphics, and were very ancient
in appearance. When tho writer of
this left the place a party of farmers
had pooled their issues for the pur
pose of further explorations. Ogdoi ,
The Indians of llritish Columbia
are rapidly acquiring tho opium
habit. "What with whisky and
opium, the Indian question ought to
he settled in fihort order. Jioston
An English editor read in a Cana
dian paper that a train had been
thrpwn from the track "by a broken
frog," whereupon ho wroto a learned
article on tho peculiarities of toads
and other batrachians.
Counsel; "Then you think he
struck you with malice afore
thought?" Witness, indignantly:
"You can't mix me up like that.
I've told you twico he hit me with a
brick. There wasn't no mallets nor
uothin' of the kind about."
1Y onler of lhc Siipinne Court, I
inniiiii'ie 1 ny iih- rixeciiiorn 01 urn
I'.Mnt.' of the him JVMKS WOODS, of
Kolmln,lliinll1torllat Public Auction,
nlmySale-rooin.Quoeii Stieet, Honolulu.
On TiicHtluj, March ,'Jl.sl,
At 12 o'cloel. noon, the
Namoly: (20) Twenty Shares ol tho
uassofts mux, go.
of Kohnln. The umlivhlrd
(i4) Quarter Entorest
In tho 1'iopcriy known us tin
Situated In North ICohaln, Hawaii.
Full particulars can he Obtained by
application at the otllee of TIIHO. 11.
DA VIES 1 CO.
977 lw E. P. ADAMS, Auet'r.
I) P. GRAY. M. D.(
. . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Olllce. lltst door west of Miliary Build
ing. Hours, from II to 1,1 a in., ami 2 to -1
anil 7 to 8 p.m. Sundays, 0 to 11 a.m.
KcMdcnce, ror. ICinau and Pensacoln
streets. U18 ly
ALL persona having claims against
the Estate of V. 11. Wilkinson,
which have been contracted previous to
the 0th day of February, 1S35, arc re
quested lo hand the baiue to the As.
'Bignees on or before the Hist Inst.
Assignee Est. W. H. Wilkinson.
Honolulu, March 12th, I8S0, 007 td
THE UNDERSIGNED, having heard
their brother, Y. ALA.U, intends
marrying in this country, desire to in
form all concerned that he is unpaged
to, a woman in China. All WA,
Honolulu, March 10th. 18&i. 073 2m
LAU FAT, doing business at Maka.
pala, Kohnln, Hawaii, has madenu
assignment to the undersigned for the
benefit of his creditors. All persons
having claims against haid parly, aio
hereby requested to send their bills, im.
rncdia'tely, and all persons indebted to
s.iid party are requested to make inline,
diate p.iymcnt lb I,. ASTIU,
M.iknp.iln, Mar. It), 1FS5. 077 Uw
N ACCOUNT of departure fiom
the Kinirdum. all poison-- owing
me are li'ipiestrd to make immediate
payment to L. A. TlIUUS'lOX.SS Mer
chant Mieet, wno has a. lull power of
attorney 10 transact all business lor me
in my alienee. He i- authorized to re
ceipt fur nil money:, due me, and in en
force pavmenl of 'inpaid claims.
Honolulu, M.noh 111, 1ES3. W!9 l!m
It HEREBY given that we the under
signed have this day bought the
entire business from OIIAN YU KEE
alias AOHU of his merchandise Kore in
Suiith Line, Honolulu, and we'earry on
the business at the same old stand. All
debts due by tho said firm prior to the
dale of .transaction' must be settled bv
the said CHAN YU KEE nlias ACIILi.
CHAN JIM YAN,
Honolulu, II. I., 14th' March ,,1883.
A GOOD reliable German, age about
35 years, wants a job as family
driver, understands horses. 'Apply to
.1. E. WISEMAN,
077 :it General BusinciS Agent.
Cottage nt Waikilti to .Let.
rrwiE FINE residence of W. 1'. Tolcr,
X Esq., situated at Walkiki, to let to
a lcsponsible party unfurnished.
Apply to .f. E. WISEMAN,
Krai Estate Agent,
or to W. F. Tolcr, Esq., on the premise?.
rpWO I''1NE impoitcd Mares, four and
JL live years old, well, broken, kind
and gentle. Sold on account of depar
ture. Also a tine new Phaeton, only
used a few times. Inquire of
J. P. MENDONCA,
or at II. S. Gilnbaum &kCo.'s store.
A 1'INE dwelling lot of over
lour acres aica 011' .uunuu
Avenue, adjoining E.A. Schao-
ler s, JJsq., Willi ancient water
right In addition to Govern.
meut water privilege, well fenced and
impiovi'd. Anplv lo
1 " .JOHN II. PATY,
or to J, L .Wiseman, Genua) Biisincfea
Agent. ' 078 lm
rpVO OIL PAINTINGS, one lepre.
X sentliig"I)iamon'd Head," the other
representing "Golden Gate." These
pnlntinirs are blmply charming and
painted by the well-known artist G .1.
Denny, of San Francisco, These paint.
ing4 belong to W. P, Tolcr, Esq , and
arc for sale 011 account of leaing the
Kingdom. May be seen at tho olllco of
the umUrelgiicd. .1. E. WISEMAN,
!)77 lw General Iiiislncss Agent.
Yosemite Skating; Hall
March 31 Two MHo Knee for prize.
-'- - -Pi8.1'1. . '., ';
Carriage and Wagon IVlaker,
King Street, ricar Lincoln's.
Kopniriiii"-. Ilhietamilhiiii' ami ever) di uiplinii In Ibr- Carnage ami Wngon
line manufactured. Kstimates and drawings furnished for all Car
riage and 'Wagon building. 1 have aNogotupa nuw kind of Buggy
Cait. which for cheapness and pnu lii-iibility exceed any cart ever
brought lo llii'j country
Vi ITU OK WITIKH'T FOLDING TOP.
yaaESMsiC-ZX "i t arnage and agon work. 111 a lirst class,
971) am King Street, adjoining Ceo.
nifffUfiiMnJimWj1jrtW,TtM14 ,,,, fjt
But Good Honest Value for Every Dollar !
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
Since Hit' arrival of 11u " Alameda,'"
WILL BE FOUND VERY COMPLETE
In all my iiiiiinl lino variety of fine Hoots, Shoes and Slipper.-,.
IMoii's 3Sooi hoes st,fial Sn5,H.oi-5
THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT
Is as usual very complete.
Aa to the good qualities oC 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.
Boots and Shoes always found in this Establishment. 1
have no inducements to offer but the guarantee of AT
Goods, which will be sold
As Low as Consistent with Prudence.
Honolulu, March (5th, J 885.
LEWIS Sl CO., GROCERS,
OT and Oil J2otl fSl n-1,
JUST HEOE1V15D, EX ilAlUPOSA, On Ice, Quill, C'ala Fresh Salmon, Calu
Klounderh, Caullllours, Celery, Eastern Oybivr.'f, in tin and tdiell;
and ltcil Cabbage.
ALSO Uojccs Table Itnislns, 15oxe Cain JJikd Kig, CVcs Durcl Sulad Oil, plnln
and ) pint.; Ua-t's Lucca Salad Oil, Kegs Suit Watei Uiu umber, Kegnof
Mixed I'lrl.lci., KitH Hnbnon Bellies, lieu Kii'sian Caviar, Oi.rUs D 11 pea
Hams, Dried I'o.iclio, Dried Emit of all klnilH, lb tin? Calu Uuttur, all
I;!ml4 Cniuiftl McntH. Erci-h C.ila Tnblo Apple?, Cutis liable- Coijd. Milk,
V&M Yciht l'owder, S.irk Diliy Hall, ljo.u Alden Diled Apples, Li'
Soused 1'igs' 1'ci't, KitH Mackerel, (Janis Soif-ud Matkurel, Unjlss Star Ilains,
Dnpee Uncoil, E111M1 (Icrmon, Island I'otaloeg, all Kinds Canned Vegetables,
all l.imU (tanned Emits, Fresh Ground Koiui Coll'co every day. Ourl'iieet,
are low (JoihIh delivered to all pails ol the ily,
Ulaiid Quids i-olicilul. 'lVlrpliono
Pacific Hardware Company
J . I A! I 'J' ISO.
SUCCESSOIIS TO DILIIKGHAM & CO, AND SAM'L N0TT.
IMI'OltTEIlS AXD DL'AI.EHS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, anil General Merchandise.
Just received Eddy's Itcfrlgbnitois and Ice CJinfets, new styles of ChnmUlien
and Library Lamps, Stoves and Ihuigcs, Keiobuno Oil Stove.),
rjr I'VlltJIA.ICS-V' VJI IIOAVJU'H SCvVI-.KH.-TS3
i' All of whith are oll'ured ujjon favorable terms.
' , ' ' I'ACIFIC 1IAHDWAHE COMPANY.
a .1.. .-.'...- ,.
I would beg to notify the public 111 general that
I have opened it Carnage nnd 'Wagon shop on
King Street, at the old bland of 5l. .1. Hose,
and lately occupied by Mcssr. Whitman &
Wtighl, where 1 am prepared lo do any kind
durable and practical manner. By close and
prompt attention to business, satisfactory
work, low and reasonable charges, I hope to
merit some of the public patronage.
V. Lincoln, Contractor and liuikler.
IN PRICES !
902 3 m
No. 210. 1. O. liov 2117
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