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TUESDAY, iMAKCIl !ll. IHSfi.
, DEPARTURES. '
Stmr Klnnii fur Windward miu
Stmt- I'lmilcr for Knunl
Stuir LlkellKo for Kiihulul
Schr PoliulUl for Haiialel
Schr Elmkal for Waialua
S S Alameda for S 1'
Stmr V'G Hull fnr Windward port
Sliiirlwaliitii for Ilnmnkiin,
Slinr Kllntioa llou for Wlndw aril poit
Schr Kamol for Latipahochnc
Schr AVnllele for Mallko
llktne Discovery for S F
VESSELS 112 PORT.
llktne Discovery, LVulmau
Ilk Lady Lampsou. Mnrstou
Stcnm llktno Morning Star, ltruv
Slill) Iniporalor. llolx
S S Alameda, Jloise
Hgtiie Consuclo, Cousin?
Wh Cape Horn Plsedti
Gel lik Mnthlldc, Urenzicu
ForS F leaving by tlio Alameda to
morrow l'rof Wiiyltmd, wife and maid,
Capt and Mrs G 11 Luce, Mrs Walkham
& child, JJcv ltobt Mackenzie, wife and
3 i-hllUiftii, Mrs A W Scott. Miss 11 W
Mollis. MY A G Ellis, wife it 2 children.
E P Adams W Adam. Col P Saxe &
wife, Mrs F M Green. Miss M McGulre.
K M Preston it son, M L Marsh. A T
Hopper, Min C Maefarlane, Mrs A 0
Austin. Mrs J W Pratt, .1 liubcnstehi,
C C Coleman, wife & child, Mrs 0 U
Wood &, child. V A Johnson and two
The Lady Lampoon has S.fiOO bag'
sugar on board.
, The Llkclikc ylll return on Saturday
The Uer Ilk Mathllde, Capt Kren.icn.
lias arrived OS davs lrom Newcastle with
72 1 tons of coal for Irwin & Co. She U
docked near the 1' M S S wharf.
The light in Luca-'s lighthouse is
said lo'buru very dim aud often after
midnight there is no light there.
AtPnehuehu, Kohala, Hawaii, March
23, to Hie wife
of the Kov. II. F. E
Whallcy, a son
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A nativk- salesman is advertised
is April Fool Day.
liuAKTRni.Y bills are
A xuiiBEU of prisoners are at work
on Kuktii street cleaning the "litters.
Am. kinds of artists' material:! can
be iiad at King Bros.' Art Store.
A meeting of Excelsior . Lodge
will be1 held this evening at .7:30
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Foruster's Court Lunalilo holds
a meeting this evening at 7 :30
Ouit puzzle department on the first
page and Sunday services on the
, 3tn. II. J. McCoy will leave by
tho'W1. G. Hall to-morrow for a trip
to the Volcano.
i ; , I'm: April term of the Supremo
Court will commence next Monday
v' 'lndrning-April, Cth.
The postal money order service
between China and Hawaii conies
into force to-morrow.
' Dr. Gray has removed
to 132 Fort street, lately
by Dr. Carpenter.
Tin: Y. M. C. A. singing class
will meet in the large hall this even
ing at 7:30 o'clock.
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Five new members were admitted
to membership in the Bethel Unipn
. The Honolulu Bides will meet for
their usual weekly drill this evening
at 7.30 o'clock, at the Armory.
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Akother mission address will be(
uenvcreu in st. Andrews uauieurai
this evening at 7.30 o'clock by tho
Rev. G. B. Simeon.
,A lady expecting to go to San
Francisco about May lit, would like
to take charge o'f a young child, her
fare being paid for the care.
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Every member of the Y. M. C. A.
is requested to be present in tho
parlors of the Hall this evening to
meet Mr. II. J. McCoy. Ladies
arc also invited.
Tins baud concert at Emma Square
last evening was well attended and
the programmo was well received,
particularly the Reminiscences of
Verdi and the Pinafore selection.
Wjtii regard to the boat races
which took place on Saturday be
tween Ilanlnn and Beach, and Ox
ford and Cambridge, we predict the
victories of Hanlan and Cambridge.
The Alaniedacaves to-morrow at
, noon sharp. Be sure and have your
letters posted in good timo, and
properly stamped. The steamer
will carry a good freight and pas
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'' iO" wa"t a "Wee shoe, hoot,
Wiwr, or niiV Kind of 111 hrnn
slippnr, or any kind of children
slino3, L. Adlcr Is the place for It,
l!) Nttuatiit street- !)80. tf.
Tin: hoti3C and premises situated
on Xiitinuu Valley, belonging to and
recently ' occupied b.v Mr. Samuel
Nott. is advertised to let.
The How .1. llicknell has been
elected third member of the local
school boaid of the district of Hono
lulu for the ensuing year.
C.fT. and Mrs. G. II. Ltico leave
).y the Alameda to-morrow for a
i'it to England. Wo wish them a
pleasant trip and a safe return.
A JimrriMi of the Uegatta Judges
and the coxswains Sceley and Tor
bcrtjn the sl.v-onred senior race, is
being held as we go to press.
Coi.. Suxe, the hog man, makes
his final grunt to-morrow and leaves
us by tho Alameda. Ho came here
for bis health and says it is fully
restored by this fine climate.
Messrs. Lyons & Levey sold 20
Kou logs this noon at' the stables of
the Hon. C. 1?. Bishop, King Street.
The sale realized S'J8, the highest
price paid for a log being S 19.00.
At the- Bethel Union Church to
morrow evening the usual monthly
concert will be held. Subject,
Micronesia. The Rev. A. 0. Forbes
and Capt. Bray, of the Morning
Star, will deliver addresses.
A temporary list of subscribers
to the Mutual Telephone Co. has
been issued. There are some num
bers marked with an asterisk which
arc not yet connected with the cen
tral olllce, but will be during next
The new skating rink at Central
Park is a finely fitted up place and
has every convenience. The floor is
very smooth and as two sides are
open there is an abuudauco of fresh
air. It bids fair to meet with the
Mr. E. P. Adams, our well-known
auctioneer, and his Bon, Mr. Will
Adams, leave by the Alameda to
morrow. The former is going for
a trip to the Coast, while the latter
returns to ,his business in Idaho.
A Chixaman in the employ of
Wong Leong, and who works at
Koolau, was waylaid on Sunday on
the Pali road, by natives. Tho
Chinaman is expected in town to
day and will then probably be able
to give particulars.
The old established olllce and re
liable General Business Agent J. E.
Wiseman announce to our mer
chants and store keepers that the
quarter is ending and all bills and
books to be adjusted should be left
with him without delay.
Mkssrs. Frank Ilustace & George
II. Uobcrtson have entered into co
partnership for the purpose of carry
ing on the draying business in tliia
city. Botli gentlemen are well
known, and we bespeak for them a
large share' of' patronage.
Oxe of the young pupils at lolani
College, while ou his way to church
yesterday afternoon, was bitten' in
two places by a dog at the corner of
Pauoa and Xiiuanu Valley roads.
The dog, which belong to a resi
dent in Pauoa Valley, ought not to
be at large.
A jiEETiNfi of the building com
mittee of St. Andrews new cathedral
was held yesterday afternoon. One
committee was appointed to-find out
tho seating capacity of the chancel
and two bays, and another witli re
gard to the necessary furniture. The
former committee will report in a
The following are the entries for
the two mile race at the Yosemite
Skating Kink this evening: W. R.
Sims, D. H. Davis; A. Lucas, J. A.
McGuire, Jas. Morgan, W. Lucas,
C. J. McCarthy, W. S. Beals, Geo.
Iluddy and Ah Ming. The first
prize is SIS, second $5. Music will
Suxday evening about 7 o'clock,
a half-caste young man rode up Nuu-
anu Valle3" ou his horse at a furious
pace. When near Judtl Street the
stirrup broke and ho was thrown to
the ground, but managed to keep
hold of the bridle, the horse flop
ping. Instaad of being thankful for
a narrow escape, ho commenced to
curse and swear in a terrible maimer
at the broken stirrup.
The Friend for April comes
promptly to hand. The first article,
on skating rinks, contains the opi
nions of bix of Boston's leading
physicians, who disapprove of such
places for various reasons. There
is the usual editorial notes, an arti
cle on the origin and object of the
Franco-Chinese war, by I?er. S.
ITappcr, and an Interesting account
of a birthday luau. The whole num
ber is exceedingly interesting.
Mn. Chas. Nicolai died at the
Queen's Hospital Sunday evening
of consumption, and
from (hero yesterday afternoon, Hip
How K. C Oggcl conducting the
services. The deceased was a native
of Cincinnati, and 10 years of ago.
Ho cnine to tlicc Islands about the
middle of January. During tho
riots in Cincinnati he contracted a
bad coldt and came here for recu
peration, but has gradually failed,
The Strangers' Friend Society did
all possible for him.
The regular vacation at the close
of the first school session of the year
of all Government Schools will ex
tend from Friday tho 10th to Mon
day the 27th of Apt II.
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This noon, Mr. E. P. Adams, on
behalf of the executors of estate of
late James Woods, sold twenty
shares of the Union Mill Co. Mr.
James Kenton was the purchaser,
taking 14 at SG00 each and the re
maining 0 at 8G2f each. The quarter
interest in the Kabila llanch was
withdrawn by consent of the heirs.
The sale realized $12,150, and is
subject to the confirmation of tho
Last week a Chinaman by tho
name of Chec Hon came from Ilama
kua in a sickly .condition. His
friends procured him a room on
King street near the corner of
Maunakea. Sunday morning, on
opening the door of his room, lie
was found hanging from the bed
post by his queue which he had
wound round his neck, and was quite
dead. Ho felt too sick to live, as
he had frequently complained of
severe pains, and was unable to
Last evening a party of young
ladies and gentlemen went out on
horseback for a ride on the Palama
road. As tlicy were going along
one of the young ladies rode on
somewhat ahead of the party, when
she came into collision witli a horse
and buggy being driven into town
by a lady. The result was that the
occupant of the buggy was thrown
out and rather badly hurt. The
young lady on horseback was thrown
off and dragged for about seventy
five yards before she got free, her
clothing being considerably torn.
One of the young men acted in a
most disgraceful manner, for in
stead of rendering assistauce to this
young lady who was lying partly on
the road and partly in the ditch, he
simply stood by and wrung his
hands. However, a gentloinan re
turning home in an express alighted
and, lifting the young lady into his
carriage, told the driver to take her
straight home. It is very fortunate
that the two young ladies were not
killed, for the accident was a serious
one. Our informant tells us that
some' of the party are unfit to ride
The fair dames of the Beth
Church will have such tempting bas
kets this evening at the vestry th.tt
the gentlemen will gladly empty
their pockets to become the owners
of several baskets instead of one.
Wcwould advise the young men to
go and buy baskets enough to last
Jhcm through the week. Of course
the contents are the buyers' and after
picnicking what remains can bo;
taken home to dream on. Admis
sion only 25 cents, and the receipt
for the cure of tramps thrown in.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL.
services for this weuk.
Mounday Thursday. 7 a. st.f
High Mass; 3 r. si., Washing the
Feet; C i. si., Portuguese Sermon;
8 p. si., Sermon.
Good Friday. 10 a. si., Service
with the Singing of tho Passion ; 8
r. si., Stations of the Cross ; G' r. si.,
Stations of the Cross, Portuguese ;
8 v. si., English Sermon.
Holy Saturday. 7 a. si., High
Easter Sunday. 10 a. si., Ponti
fical Mass, Baptism ; Dr. si., Con
firmation. FIRE BELLS.
Last evening shortly before half
past seven o'clock Messrs. John
McLain and John O'Brien were
standing at Wilder's corner convers
ing, when the former's attention wa'
directed to a bright light in the rear
of tho Hawaiian Carriage Mfg. Co.'s
works. As it grew brighter lie
became convinced there must be a
fire, and hastened to the place,
O'Brien in the meantime ringing an
alarm of fire, McLain found that
tho Company's paint shop was all in
a blaze, He immediately got a
bucket of water and niado for the
tire, but the llames drove him buck.
However, assistance arrived and
with tho aid of about half a dozen
bucketfuls of water tho lro was put I
out, It seemed to have Htartcd be- '
hind a large oil can, tho woodwork '
being all burned, and it spread
rapidly, "What probably saved the
whole place from destruction was
that the roof was of galvanized iron.
The fire department turned out, but
their services were not required.
The origin of tho fire is unknown.
Mr. McLaln Is to he commended for
his very prompt action.
Monday, .Marih 30th.
Before tho full bench. The fol
lowing cases were heard and sub
mitted: Achou vs. Sung Kwong
Wo Co. exceptions. A. Hartvrcll
for plaintiff, W. It. Castle for de
fendant. David McDonald vs. Mr.
Gieen el , equity appeal. A. S.
Ilartwell and Jno. Austin for plain
tiff ; R. F. Bickcrton for defendants.
Castle & Cooke vs. G. II. Luce, Tax
Collector, appeal from Police Justice.
13. Preston for plaintiffs, the Attorney-General
Keali, Kehaulalio. and Kauhikapu,
for drunkenness, forfeited ball of 80
each. Joseph Self was sent over the
reef for 48 hours for disorderly con
duct. Uluhaui, for deserting her
husband, was remanded until to
morrow. Ah Kong, Ah Sun, and Ah Chong
were charged with having opium in
possession yesterday. Officer Mchr
tens went to tho Chinese wasii
houses yesterday afternoon and
looking through a crack in one of
the rooms saw the men in another
room enjoying a quiet opium smoke.
He broke open the door and with
the assistance of two policemen ar
rested the three. They were each
fined 850 and one month's imprison
ment. John Herring, for assault and
battery on Kaulukou, was remanded
until the 31st. J. II. Nye, for the
same offence on Wahia, was fined
S-l and costs. Frank Courtcl, for
the same charge, on Leako Fay, was
remanded until to-morrow. Joseph
Lewcy alias Smith, charged with
larceny of $50 from Annie Bode,
was remanded until the 81st.
B. Grant and Jas. Foster, for
drunkenness, had to pay C each.
John Thomas, for violating express
rule No. 3, was remanded until the
1st. Keaiakaa was also remanded
for assault and battery on a native
woman. A case of embezzlement
of S29 was remanded for one week.
John Herring was reprimanded and
discharged for assault and battery
on Kalaukoa. AVm. Moreheatl and
II. John were charged with violating
express rules. The case against the
former was discontinued, while the
hitter was fined 85 and costs. Jas.
Sherwood, on a charge of furious
and heedless driving, was found not
guilty and discharged. Elijah Jack
son, a young son of Capt. Jackson,
was brought up on a, charge of in
citing a dog to bite other little boys.
His Honor gave the young rascal a
good lecture and advised the father
to keep the dog chained up.
A man of metal The junk.dcaler.
A door belle The pretty maid
servant. When is a Scotchman like a don
key? When he stands on his banks
A man was recently arrested iu
Ontario for trashing nineteen dudes.
It will be noticed that lie was not ar
rested until he had finished the job.
Burlington Free Press.
An old bachelor wants to know if
you ever sat down to tea, when
skimmed milk was on the table,
without being asked, "D'o you take
Central Part Mm MI
Corner Boretania & Punchbowl Sts-
FIKST-CHASS place of amuse
ment in a first-class locality.
'Nothing of an objectionable nature al
lowed on the premises. Open every
afternoon iu the week ami every night,
Tuesday and Friday afternoons and
nights, Ladies aud their escorts ami
children that accompany them are ad
mitted. The hoodlum clement btrietly
excluded. As these afternoons and nights
are specially dcs!gnd for Ladies, the
propiietor will use every exertion to
have them iustruuled and accompanied
on tho lloor where they desire it.
The Kink Skates for botli Ladles and
Gentlemen aro without rubber Fprlngi,
lJcginucrs can learn on tills shale In
half thu timu it requires on an absolute
The oil well on litis tikute belli;; under
thu skate, does not soil tlio dress, and
one oiling Is RUfilcleul for an afternoon
or evening's Ekatiiie;. JicglimcrA only
have to guard forwaid and backward!)
ou their alcules, while the luhlier bends
slduways, straining tlio ankles, neccssl
tatliij guarding backwaids, forwards,
Prices reasonable for a first-class Kink.
Admission, 2!i cents for adults and chil
dren over llvo yeaitt of ago; use of
Skates, private or rink, 25 eenlc. Skat
ers can save money by purchasing com
mutation tioltct good 1'pr ten ailmls.
bions, with rink or private Skutc, 3,00,
or 'M cents for udmUbion and skates.
Skaters can leave their skati" iu Skate
Boom (at their own risk) where they
will bo kept to their order, cleaned,
repaired, etc., freo of clmige. This
Kink will bounder tho biipci vision of
tlio proprietor at all times. Any inut.
tendon of employee should he reported
to the Proprietor. U8J
E, Q0 SCHUW1AN,
Carriage and Wagon IViaker,
King Street, neat Lincoln's.
Repairing. Blacksmithing and every di anption in the Carriage and Wagon
line manufactured. Estimates and drawings furnished for all Car
riage and Wagon building. I have also got up a now kind of Buggy
Cart, which for cheapness and piaclicability exceeds any cart ever
brought to this country.
WITH OK WITHOUT FOLDtNO TOP.
U7U 3m King Street, adjoining Geo.
imm'tmmmiwyminrjrTffm2v rq-yt-f wmmttri
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Bit Good Hoist Value for Every Dollar !
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
Since the arrival of the " Alameda,"
WILL BE FOUfD VERY COMPLETE
In all my usual fine variety of fine Boots, Shoes and Slippers..
Men's BSoots. Shoo jxii1 GJ-n,itei'ss
In Groat Variety.
THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT :
Ls as usual very complete. 'V
As to the good qualities of my Goods the Ladies' of our ,,.,t
Islands, who have patronized this Establishment for 18 $
years, will bear willing- testimony to them as well as
their perfect fitting.
Boots and Shoes always found in this Establishment,
have no inducements to offer but the guarantee of
Goods, which will be sold
As Low as Consistent witli Prudence.
Honolulu, March 0th, 1885.
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07 unci M JIoK-1 .St rut.
JUST KKUL1VED, EX ALAMEDA, On Ice, Cala 1'resh Salmon, do Flounders,
do lthubarb, Eastern Fresh Shad, do Oysters iu shell, do Oysters In tins,
Horso ItadMi Hoots, Fresh C.iU Crab., Cauliflowers, Celery, Itcd Cabbage,
Cala Frcsli Asparagus.
ALSO Not ou Ice, Swhs Cheese, Cream Cheeic, Mild Steele's Cheese. Ilhls Choice
Kcd Salmon, y, bids do Salmon, Smoked Halibut, Kits Mackerel, Dutch
Kolomna SiiiiFajfes, Choice Cala Family Corned lleiif, Holland Herring, Kegs
Family Salt Pork, Kegs Queen Olives, Kegs Gilt Ed so Uuttcr, Kit Sulmon
Itelliei, Cases .Mackerel iu Tomntoo Sauce, Oa&CK Salmon liellle?, )oiou
Uread in :) lb tin, try it; Sardellus iu hugs, Sardelles iu ilnB.
ALSO Green .Mountain Maple Syrup, Iluckin's Mock Turtle Soup, Oatei Uuintii.
riu Shrimps, Diipuc Ilains, Wlilltaker's Star Hams, Itussliiii Caviar, Kegs
Salt Water Cucumbers, Breakfast liaenn, Cala Dried Figs, ami a complete
liuu of Staple and Fancy Groceries, all of which will be sold low. Goods
dclivcii'd to nil parts of tho city.
Ibliimi Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P, O. Uox 2U7. (7'J
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SUCCESSORS TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAM'L NOTT.
IMPOKTEKS AND DEALKHS IN
Hardware Agricultural Implements, Houso Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise.
Just received Eddy's Kcfrlgcratora and Ice ClicsU, new.Htylea of ClmmUUers
aud Library Lamps, Sloven aud linages, Kerosene. Oil Stoves.
t2?" IvxllJAT.If:s a.:ni: iioavk'.s HCvr-Ks.-xea
All of which arc ofleicd upon favorable terms.
- , PACIFIC HAHDWARK COMPANY.
I would beg to notify the public m general that
1 have opened a 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 a first class,
durable and practical manner. By eloc and
prompt attention to business, satisfactory
work, low and reasonable charges, I hope to
merit some of the public patronage.
W. Lincoln, Contractor and Builder.
IN PRICES !
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