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ijHw 3 lulu UUiin,
MONDAY, MAW'l! :m. .w.
Nehr Pnhnlhl ft oin llniiali'l
Stmr W (! Hull from Windward jmiU
Stmr Planter f i oin Kauai
Stmr lwahml from Ilamakim
Stmr Llkcllkc from Kaliulul
Slnir Kllaitoa lion fnuii Windward porN
AVIi Capo Hum Pigeon from New
Sehr Eliukul from Wnlalti i
Sehr Wiillrle from Mallko
Sclir Mllle Morrl fiom rinai
Sehr ICiimol from I.aiipahiicltiit'
Stmr Jus Mukcu for Kapaa
Sclir Nettle Merrill for l.ahaliia
Sehr Kawailanl for Koolau
Sehr Manuokawnl for Koolau
Sclir Kainbow for Koolau
Sclir Mary Foster for Walanac &. Walniea
Sclir Knuikcaoull for Koliolalole
Sclir Waloll for Mallko
Sclir Malolo for llllo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW
Stmr Klnait for Windward ports
Stmr Planter for ICaual
Stmr Llkelike for ICalmlul
Sclir Pohoiki for llanalel
Sehr Wallele for Mallko
Sclir Klmkal for Waiahta
VESSELS IN PORT.
liktnc Discovery, Perrlniau
Bk Lady Lainpson, Mavston
Steam Bktno Morning Star, Bray
Ship luiperator, lloix
S S Alameda, Morse
Bgtne Consiiclo. Cousins
Wh Cape Horn Pigeon
From llamakua per slnir Iwalanl,
Mar 20 Owen McCabo and 1-1 deck.
From Kauai per stmr I'lanter. Mar '20
11 F Glade, G X Wilcox ami Charles
Ftom Kaliulul per lmr Llkelike, Mar
2! J Lucas & wife. W "Wagner, J It
llolt, jr, All Youns; & CI deck.
From Windward ports per stmr W G
Hall, Mar 29 K S Smith, .1 II Jcwitt &
wife, Major Ilaiiiinond, Mr G W C
Jones &2 clilklicn, Geo Jones, jr. J
Ciedford, J Johnson, .las Kobinon, S
Kaalkaulo. Lucy-Nancy. Itcv C T3 Clo
ser, WT Marshall, OT BrlgMoek. and
The Bgtne Courtlier Foul, Capt F G
Miller, arrived at Kaliulul Mar 25. 19
days from San FranoUeo with a general
cargo, l'asengers Mrs 11 15 Haileyand
Stmr Iwalanl brought 3,552 bags of
sugar. She all on Wednc-dav at 1 p m.
The. stmrs "W Gllall. Iwalani, Kilau
ea Hon and Bktno Discovery a on
' Stmr Planter brought -1,751 bags of
sugar, HSfTbngs of paddy, 131 bag-, of
rice, 12 green hides, 9 horses and 200
- StmrLlkclike brought 2,971 bags of
sugar, 128 bags of corn aud 38 bags of
potatoes. She sails to-morrpw-at -l p m.
Stmr Kiluuea Hon brought 4 .351 bags
The wbalerCape Horn Pigeon com
manded by Capt Greenwood arrived
yesterday from New Bedford. Slid has
been out about cvcn months and has 75
bbls of sperm oil. She had a very rough
trip with constant gales during which
her forward hoatjand davits were car
vied off aud the poop started. Captured
a whale off the liver Plate, but while
cutting up the game the weather & sea
became very rough, causing the los, of
the head and other parts of the whale.
Several of the crew have the scurvy.
Capt Kelly takes charge of her here.
StmrW G Hall brought 3,853 bags of
sugar, 85 bags of awa. 13 hags of coffee
and 4 horses.
LOCAL & GENERAL
Fui.t, moon to-night.
Kui'okts of church services yes
terday arc crowded out.
Thk volcano is reported to be un
usually active at the present time.
A Mr.KTiNC. of Harmony Lodge will
be held this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Go and hear the band play Tina
fore this evening at Kmnia Square.
The Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping
classes meet this evening at C :30 and
7 :30 o'clock.
The Royal Hawaiian Band gives a
full moon concert at Emma Square
The Jewibh Pussover (Pesach)
commences this evening and will be
continued for eight days.
Tm: Honolulu Rifles met ut their
Armory Saturday evening in dress
coats and had their belts Jitted.
Tiikuk were about 800 people at
the new Skating Rink and Roller
Coaster Saturday evening.
Com: and sec our new oil paint
ings and chromos, just received at
King Bros.' Art Store. 979 3t
The Rev. J. B. Simeon will delhrer
a mission address at St. Andrews
Cathedral this evening at 7:30
The April meeting of the Ha
waiian Mission Children's Society
will be held on board the Mo'rning
Tm: Yosemite skating rink will be
open this evening. To-morrow even
ing tho two mile race will take place.
Jurat prjzu 815, second $5. The con
testants in this race will be the iirst
tun names booked this evening before
Tur schooner Win, llcntnn, which
iirrlvcd til, Kiilntltii luL WciluiMliiy
evening torn Honolulu, broke her
lopmntl off Coco Hcail.
1 1- yon waul n nice .Mioo, hoot .
slipper, or any kind of children
shoos, h. Atllor Is the place for it.
i: Xtiuanit nil eel UNO. tf.
An American girl adveilises for u
situiUlon to lake care of children or
do house work in a. respectable
To-Moitnow at 112 o'clock noon,
Lyon? & Levey will sell i!0 kou logs
at tho Hon. C. H. Bishop's stables,
Tin: schooner ltosario sailed from
Kaluilui last Tuesday for San Fran
cisco, with !1,C'.)0 bags of sugar
valued at $22,590.01, nnd one pas
senger, A. Richardson.
His Majesty tho King gave a sit
ting this morning to Mr. James
Williams tho photographer, for his
picture to be sold for tho benefit of
the Kaumakapili Church fund.
At the request of a number of
Chinese merchants, Mr. Z. K. Myers
will give another exhibition of the
wonderful Harden Hand Grenade
this afternoon at 5 o'clock, at the
corner of King and Nuuanu streets.
Mn. II. J. McCoy will be pleased
to meet all members of tho Y. M. C.
A. in the parlors, to-morrow (Tues
day) evening at 7 :30 o'clock. Ladies
are invited also. Let every member
of tho Association be present.
Tnu S. S. Alameda sails at noon,
Wednesday, for San Francisco. The
Post Ofllce mail closes at 10 o'clock,
a late letter bag at 11:30. See
that your letters are properly stamp
ed before dropping them into the
By order of the Supreme Court,
the executors of the estate of the
late James Woods have instructed
Mr. E. P. Adams to sell at auction
lo-morrow at' noon, twenty shares of
the Union Mill Co., Kohala, and the
undivided one-quarter interest in
the property known as the Kahua
Ranch, North Kohala.
Mn. Chas. Furneaux has just
completed an excellent and life-like
crayon portrate of the late Mrs.
Lowell Smith. It is now to be Been
at Mr. Williams' photographic stu
dio, where it will remain for a few
days. The many friends of the de
ceased lady will no doubt be glad to
embrace this opportunity of viewing
Omt correspondont at Pahala
writes that they are experiencing
very heavy winds at the present
time. The gale was so strong that
a house was blown over. Fortu
nately the inhabitants were out at
the time. Ho also mentions the
robbery which took place on board
the W. G. Hall, full particulars of
which arc given elsewhere.
Tm: Central Park Skating Rink
and Roller Coaster is now the lead
ing pleasure resort of our city.
Tuesday and Friday afternoons and
evenings, ladies aud their escorts
and children are only admitted.
The Park will be closed Wednesday
evenings. The proprietor will not
admit tho hoodlum element under
any circumstances. The prices arc
within the reach of all.
Two fares are now charged on the
Kalihi omnibus route, one on each
side of the Halfway House. Pre
viously a passenger had to pay no
more for the trip all the way than
for only a very small part of it. A
quarter dollar for such a distance is
even now the cheapest carriage riding
in the Kingdom. Withal, a com
fortable 'bus, spry horses, and an
excellent road, makes this line a
desirable means for taking a pleasant
airing m the country.
Just about noon to-day Mrs. Gil
man, sister of Mr. J. B. Atherton,
drove up intbo latter's carriage to
tho Chinese vegetable garden, ad
joining the residence of Minister
Kapena, Nuuanu Valley. She hitch
ed the horse to the fonce and then
went into the garden. A few mo
ments afterwards a young boy came
along past the horse with a toy bal
loon, which startled the animal. It
broke its bridle and as soon us free
turned round nnd galloped off down
Nuuunu stieel. On reaching Kukui
street the buggy was turned over
and smashed to pieces, the horse
falling at tho same time was secured
without being badly hint. It is
very fortunate no one was in the
carnage at the tune.
HAWAIIAN BELL TELEPHONE GO.
Its Wikks Citt Satuia.t Kvning
A La no r. Rkwakd Orn:uEU von
tjii: Guilty Paiities.
About three minutes beforo aeven
o'clock Sattuday evening the writer
tried several times to make a con
nection in town from a lino ou the
Nuuanu Valley route, but could net
do so. At fifteen minutes past seven
it was done again, but with tho snmo
result. Later on in the evening
Superintendent John Cassidy rung
tho writer up nnd then tho whole
affair win e.pluincd, and it was
evident that someone well acquainted
with the fcy.slcni hnd boon tampering
with (he lines at cctlaln points which
they know would causo trouble at
the' central olllce. The operators
first discovered, ut a quarter beforo
six o'clock, that the Putinhou route
was silent. Mr. Cassidy went out
there, but as it was somewhat dark
he could not tell whero the trouble
was. However, he made a new con
nection through Mr. Dillingham's
wire, nnd tho line was in order again
at ten minutes before seven o'clock.
On ranching the ofllco he found that
the Nuuanu Valley lines were also
silent. This trouble was remedied
by making a connection through Mr.
Dimond's wire. Again nt a few
minutes bciorc ten o'clock there was
the same trouble on the Hotel street
circuit, which was also remedied.
Later on, the Waikiki section was
found to bo out of order, but just
before daylight Sunday morning it
was all clear, so that it had
righted itself. Mr. Cnssidy says
that no such trouble had happened
before since the company commenced
running. He takes particular care
of the private lines, especially in the
evening, when they are used o
much. He reported the matter to
the President of the company, Mr.
Godfrey Brown, who has offered a
reward of $250 for the arrest and
conviction of the guilty parties. Mr.
Cassidy found that the wires had
been cut at certain points by some
one who fully understood what they
were doing, and the trouble they
would cause. It is to be hoped tho
guilty person or persons will be
caught and given tho severo punish
ment they deserve.
ROBBERY AND SUICIDE.
On the last up trip of the steamer
W. G. Hall, she had on board $1000
in gold which had been given in care
of the purser by Messrs. C. Brewer
& Co., for the Pahala plantation.
While the vessel was at Honuapo,
the purser missed the money. He
at once instituted a search and was
rewarded by finding S810 of the
money under the bunk of Ah Low,
a Chinese waiter on board. The
purser had the man placed in irons
and locked up in one of the state
rooms. The next day, when the
door was opened, Ah Low was mis
sing, and the supposition is that
he got out of the window during the
night, throw himself overboard, and
was drowned, for nothing has been
seen of him since. The remaining
$100 has not yet been found.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square this evening.it 7:30. The
following is the programme:
Overture Fni Diavolo Auber
Reminiscences of Verdi by request. ..
Waltz My Queen, by request. . . .Coote
Fantasia Soldiers Life Kelcr llcla
Selection Pinafore Sullivan
Waltz In the Twilight Coote
Gavotte The Stars Eatou
Polka You and I Faust
"I declare, Charley," exclaimed
Clara, "you tako the words right out
of my mouth!" "Oh, mamma,"
piped in the little pitcher, "now 1
know what Clara and Charley were
doing out in the hall when she let
rpUE MAIL by the'
Will close at tho Post Ofllce,
At 10 a.m., Wednesday,
April 1, 1885.
A" LATE LETTER IJAG " will he
kept open till 11 :80. a.m., to receive
late letters, piij which an additional feu
of Plvo Cents each letter must be paid.
Letters for Hkqistkation will bo re
ccived till 9 o'clock on Wcdnesdny.
Persons mailing correspondence on
the morning of the steamer's departure,
arc requested to stamp nil letters before
II. 31. WHITNEY, P.M.G.
Post Ofllce. Honolulu, 31ar. 30th, 1B85,
rpO PURCHASE, 3Iulbcrry loaves.
X Address L. 3., olllce of thid paper.
BY A JAPANESE as Clerk lit a store
ca speak English. Apply lo
U. lUHTAUU, Jupanete,
7-i aw no. la scnooi street, i
JTOH 3IAN and wife, with accommo
dation to cook for themselves, or
board with the family. Apply at 187
Nuuanu Btrcct. Q7K tf
rpWKNTY KOU LOGS. Cm bo seen
X in the stable yard of the Hon. C.
It. Bishop, King Street. They will be
offered at auction April 1st. Parties
can Inspect them at tho nbore place.
TO KENT FURNISHED.
ONE OP llio most convenient anil
cosy cottages with choice furni
ture complete to rent ou Port Street, he.
tweeu Kukui nnd School Streets, Cot
tage contains il bedrooms, dining room,
parlor, bathroom with wash house,
chicken house, lino gaidcit and shado
tress. To let for 1 year to it responsible
party. Apply to
J. E. WISEMAN,
970 lw General Business Agent.
1 V order of llio Supreme Court. I nm
) liiRtiurlcil by llio KxceiiloM of I lit)
KMnlt) of the Into JAMKS WOODS, of
Kohalti, Hawaii, to sell at Public Aiu lion,
atiny SaUiiouin,thiCLii Stuvl, Honolulu,
On Tut'stluy, IHurcIi Jtlst,
At 't o'clock noon, thu
Hamoly: (20lTwonly Shares ol llio
UM2 mA. CO.
of Kolinln. The undivided
(1-4) Quarter Interest
In the Fropoily known as the
Xvtilitisx 3RL tii loll !
Situated in North Kohala, lliiwuli.
Full particulars can be obtained by
application at the olllce of TIIKO. 11.
DA VIES I CO.
977 lw i:. P. ADAMS, AuctV.
GRAY. M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
unicc, lirbt door west or library liuiiti
ing. Hours, from U to 11 a.m., and 2 to -1
and 7 to 8 p. in. Sundays, 0 to 11 a.m.
llcsldcncc, cor. Kluau and Pcnsacola
streets. U48 ly
AN EMEKA.LD STONE out of a i liiB,
between the Saratoga House and
the comer of Merchant and AlaUca Sts.
The Under will be liberally rewarded by
leaving the same at Hingley's Cigar
Store, King Street. 079 3t
ALL persons having claims against
the Estate of "W. II. Wilkinson.
which have been contracted previous to
the Uth day of February, 1S35, are re
quested to hand the nunc to the As
signees ou or before the 31st inst.
Assignee Est. W. II. Wilkinson.
Honolulu, .March 12th, 1885. 007 td
rIMlE UNDERSIGNED, having heard
JL their brother, Y. ALA.U, intends
marrying in this country, desire to in
form all concerned that "he is engaged
to a woman in China. All WA,
Honolulu, Maich l'Jth, 188,-.. U73 am
LAU FAT, doing business at Mulct.
pala, Kohnlj, Hawaii, has made an
assignment to the undersigned for the
benefit of his creditors. All pi'rons
having claims against said party, aiu
hereby requested to tend their bills im
mediately, and all peisoiir, indebted to
said party are requested to make Imme
diate payment to L. ASKU,
Makapala, Mar. 10, lfcSj. 077 2v
ACCOUNT of deiiaiture from
the Kingdom, all persons owing
me are requested to matte immediate
payment to L. A. TIIUUSTON, 38 Mer
chant Street, who has a full power of
attorney to transact all butino3s for mo
In my absence. He is authori.cd to re
ceipt for all moneys due mo, and to en
force payment of uupaid claims.
Honolulu, March 13, 1883. 'jli! 2m
IS HEREBY given that we the under
signed have this day bought the
, entire business from CUAN YU KEE
"alia ACHU of his merchandise store in
Smith Line, Honolulu, and w e cai ry on
the business at the same old stand. All
debts due by the said tlrm prior to tho
date ol transaction must ue seiuoo iy
the said CHAN YU KEE alias ACHU.
CHAN JIM YAN,
Honolulu, II. I., 14th March, 188."!.
A GOOD reliable Gciman, age about
25 years, wants a job as family
driver, understands horses. Apply lo
J. E. WISEMAN,
977 Ht General Business Agent.
Cottage at Wuikiki to I.ct.
'"PHE FINE rcsidonco of W. V. Toler,
L Esq., situated at Waikiki, to let to
a. responsible party unfurnished,
Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
Ileal Estato Agent,
or lo W. P. Toler, V.tn., on the premises.
A FINE dwelling lot of over
lour ncrcs urea mi .Huiinuu
Avenue, adjoin ingF.A. Schae.
icr's, j;(i witii ancient water
rights In addition to Govern.
inent water prhilege, well fenced and
improved. Apply to
JOHN II. PATY,
or to J. E. Wiseman, General Business
Agent. 978 lm
rpYO OIL PAINTINGS, oili; rcpro.
X ncnting''Dlainond Head," thu other
representing "Golden Gate," These
paintings are simply charming and
painted by the well-known artist G.J.
Denny, of San Francisco, Thcsu paint,
ings 'belong to W. P. Toler, Esq., and
uro for sale on account of leaving the
Kingdom. May hu seen at the olllce of
the undersigned. J, E. WISEMAN,
977 lw General Business Agent.
March 31 Two Mile Usee for prize.
! Yosemite Skating
Hcpnitiiur. lHiicksmithiiig and every dtscriplion in tho Carriage and Wagon
lino manufactured. Kstiuiatt" mid drawings furnished for all Car
riage and Wagon building. I have also got up a new kind of Buggy
Call, which for cheapness and practicability exceeds any cart ever
brought to this country.
WITH Oil "WITHOUT FOLDING TOP.
3E. GJ-. SCHUMAN,
079 3m King .Street, adjoining Geo. W. Lincoln, Contractor and Builder.
NO "rEMCTmIi PRICES !
But Good Honest Mne for Every Dollar !
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
Since tin urrivnl of Hit: " Alameda,"
WILL BE FOUftSO VERY COMPLETE
In all my usual fine variety of fine Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
teis" JEoytg, Slioow micl O-jxit.eviss
In Great "Variety.
Is as usual
As to the good qualities o
Islands, who have lmtronized this Establishment for lb
years, will bear willing' testimony lo them as well as
their perfect fitting-.
Boots and Shoes always found in this Establishment. T
have no inducements lo offer bill the guarantee of Al
Goods, which "will be sold
As Low as Consistent with Prudence.
Honolulu, March (ill), 1885.
7 una M Hotel Wlreut.
JUST BEUEIVF.O, EX ALAMEDA, On Ice, Cala Fresh Salmon, do Flounders,
do Ithubarb, Eastern Fresh Shad, do Oysters In vhell, do Oysters in tins,
Horse Jtadish Hoots, Freili Cain Crabs, Caulillowers, Celery, Bed Cabbage,
Cala Fresh Asparagus.
ALSO Not on Ice, Swiss Cheese, Cream Cliccc, Mild Steele's Cheese. Bbls Choice
lied S.iIuiqii, J bbls do .Salmon, Smoked Halibut, Kits Mackerel, Dutch
Bologna Sausages, Choice C.ilu Family Corned Beef, Holland Herring, Kegj
Family Salt Pork, Kegs Queen Olives, ICegs Gilt Edpc Butter, Kits Salmon
Belllcr, Cases Mnckeicl in Tomatoo Sauce, Cases Salmon Bellies, Boston
Bread in 3 lb tins, try it, Bordellos in kegs, Sardellcs In tins.
ALSO Green Mountain Maple Syrup, Hiickin's Mock Turtle Soup, Cases Barata.
i la Shrimps, Dupec Hams, Whlttakcr's Star Hams, Kusslan Caviar, Kegs
Salt Watei Cucumbers, Bicakfast Bacon, Cala Dried Figs, and a complete
line of Stuplr and Fancy Uroceiics, all of which will bo Fold low. Goods
dellvciod to all parts of the city.
Island Orders foliclttd. Telephone No. 2-10. P. O. Box 297. (762
SUCCESSORS TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAM'L NOTT.
IMPOKTEHS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise.
JiiBt lcceivcd Eddy' ltcfiigcialors and Ice. Chests, new styles of CliaiiiUllers
and Library Lamps, Stoves and linnges, Kcrotcuu Oil Stoves.
RTiY I ItU ASICS' AND IIOAVICS SCALl.-a
All of which arc ollcrcd upon favoiublc terms.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
r, -ryr'trnr rwt'''V'JJ!riMt'ri'ji?invi-''?WLfti
J would beg to notify the public m general that
1 have opened n Carriage and "Wagon shop on
King Street, at the old stand of M. J. Hose,
and lately occupied by Messrs. Whitman &
Wright, whore 1 nm prepared to do any kind
of Carriage aud Wagon work, in a llrst clas,
durable and practical manner. By close and
prompt attention to business, satisfactory
work, low and reasonable charges, 1 hope to
merit some of the public patronage.
my Goods the Ladies of our
Kwr i?gjj"i j owjgw