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WEDNESDAY, APItlL, J, 1885.
Schr Mnna from Hllo
Seli.i Walinahi from Lniipnhochou
Schr Walehu from Kolou
Stuir O It Bishop from Kmtal
Sjmr Mokolll from Windward ports
S S Alameda for S F
Stmr W C3 Hall for Windward purl
Stmr lwalanl for llnmnkua
Stmr Kllauea Hou for Windward ports
Schr WallolC for MallUn
llktnc Discovery for S F
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW
Stmr Mokolll for Wludwaid poits
Schr Wnlclm for Koloa
Schr Kainol for Lanpaliochoe
llktnp Kllkltut for Port Town-send
VESSELS lii PORT.
Ilk Lady Lampson, Marston
Steam Bktnc Morning Star, Bray
Bfjtnc Cunsticlu, Cousins
Wh Cape Horn riajeon
Get bk Mathlldc, krenien
For KaUnlni, per Likclike. March HI.
Mrs J E Barnard, MU W Makee. . T
For Maalaua, Ililo. Lahalua and Ka
walhae, per Kttiau, March III Rev C E
Grosser, Ml Annie Dowsett. Mrs 15 C
Coleman and child, Hon II Kulhclaul,
Hon A Fornandcr. F 1'ahla. .7 Kanlla. .1
Ronton, WY Horner ir, W M Glffard,
C Hobbs and wife. ,f McG'ulrc, .1 F Hull,
II All Mee, Mok Won Too.
For Walmea, Kekaha and Wahlawa,
ICauui, per Planter, March 111 Mrs V
Knudscn. Misses Ida. and Maud Kuud
sen.'Mrs LiM Sherman, Miss Gay, Ohas
Gay, A Spencer. Miss Y Knoke, Miss
R Conradt, Rev leather Albert, Prof
McDonald, Mrs- It Walalealc and G X
For S F per Bktim Discovery, April 1
Col Xorrls, .T A McMillan, wife and
child, Mr Klein.
ForSFper'S S Alameda April 1 .1
Guildy, .r Seoley, J J Hchbard, II Jost,
M Dotch, II Denmead, J Latnngger, Ah
Lat, HcYun.CM Fowler,.! A MeGuire,
J'Howo,'J'Shcltoii, J W Harrison, .T dc
Cuta,"0 Fifzinan. J'ltieha'rds, L McCar
thy, wife & child. It Holm, Leone; Kit,
Chun Lun?, J Phillip's, A Barber, A
Euov, M Fiirarcs, wife & child, W Cuth
bcrt, wife & 3 children. J Sllva. Mrs F
M Selienk. K Meyers, Chns Watson,
V Beicli. .1 W Fraud-", w ifc & 2 children.
K C Winston. J Burke, .1 Felt, J D
Murphy, A Mam. W Jt Menzics, W
Chasc,'0 Sheridan, 13 McChancy. 0 .T
Lane, E C'Macabe, F Schillek. wife and
I children, together ilh the lit pub
From ICnti.il i5 way ports per stmr U
It Bishop April Major Wrbugliluu,
Mis Muhcloua & daughter, & :). deck.
The Kllkitat's cargo is all out. She
sails to-moirow morning foi Port Town
send in ballast.
Stmr Mokolll brought 215 bagj of su
gar, 204 hides, 10 head of cattle, -JO
sheep, 2 lambs Sc li horse.
The Discovciy sailed this p m for S F
with 11,3S0 bags of sugar, 10 casks of
sperm oil, 50 casks of hump-back oil &
10 pkgs of whalc-boue. Total domestic
Sehr Mana brought 1530 bgs of sugar,
and the Waimalii 7-10 bags.
The S S Alameda took I$2.fiS2 bags of
sugar, 3,044 bgs of rice. II,09S bunches
of bananas, 810 bdls of green hides. 118
dry hides, 150 bdls of sugar cane, 1 1 bxs
of leaves, 2 bales of goat skins, 4 bales
of sheep skins, 1 bag of coin, gold and
silver, (1,025.71.) Total domestic value
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The S. S. Alameda took away
three thousand bundles of
Oaiiu Lodge, 3T. of P., is called
to meet for important business this
'All kinds of artists' materials can
be had at King Bros.' Art Store.
His Majesty the King was down
on the wharf to witness the departure
of the Alameda.
tricks and practical
been conspicuous for
tlleir'nbscWo on this' the' first day of
Houn's is the place for hot cross
buns on Good.Friday. They will be
readyiqnjthat day from 5 a. m. until
Musical Notes will be found on
first page, and an account of Li
Hung Chang, the Chincso statesman,
Mu. N. F. Burgess has added to
hisj carpenter business tho baggage
express business hitherto carried on
by Mr. Lake.
' To-aiomtow is known as Maundy
Thursday. Special services will bo
held in the Roman CatholicCathc
dral during the day.
Tncui: arc seventy-two cases down
on the Calendar for tho April term
of the Supremo Court. Mr. Justice
Austin will preside.
J. II. Sraxy, the trainer, left by
the Alameda to-day. The-Myrtle
boys, from their boat-house, with a
broom waved him nn adieu.
As the Alameda loft the wharf the
band struck up with "God Save tho
Queen," out of respect to Capt. and
Mrs. G. II. Luce, followed by tho
" Star Snamricd Banner." for tho
bencnt of Prof, and Mrs. Wayland.
j ,i jebbb s
If you want n nice shoo, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the plnco for it,
10 Nttunntt street 080. tf.
Jin. lns. Morgan will take charge
of Mr. E. 1. Adams' auction and
real estate business during the. let
ter's absence from the Islands.
Ox Saturday, April 18th, Mr. E.
P. Adams will sell two lots No's 131
and 182 on Heretnnia street. Full
particulars in advertisement.
Tin. S. S. Alameda sailed at noon
sharp, taking nwnj' a largo cargo
and a full list of passengers, amongst
the latter quite a number of fcavia
alnas. Tiinnu was a. privates exhibition of
paintings last evening at the studio
of J. 1). Strong, Ntiuanu Valley.
Quite a' number of invited guests
ii .. i. . - .
Oun old frioud Col. Sam Norris
lias really gono this lime by the
Discovery, which sailed to-day. Ho
expects to get to the Coast before
Tiiu Roller Coaster and Skating
Kink at Central Park will be closed
for the purpose of preparing the
floor and finishing Uie building till
Thursday might' next.
II. R. II. the Princess Liliuokalani
will hold her usual monthly recep
tion to-morrow afternoon from 3 to
o o'clock. The Royal Hawaiian
Band will bo in attendance.
Ond of our enterprising collectors
hauled in over a hundred dollars on
board, the Alameda from parlies
who were leaving and had forgotten
to settle little bills in town.
Dis. Ckaddock, and not Dr. Gray,
has removed to 132 Fort Street,
lately occupied by Dr. Carpenter.
The mistake was' the result of mis
hearing telephone' message.
Any person capable of tuking care
of a vounc-' 'child can have a free
passago-to San .Francisco about May
lt, in return for that service. Sec
a lady's advertisement elsewhere.
-i. - i ... i in -
In another columns will be found
the card ofTtfr. M. Thompson, one
of the oldest practitioners at 'the
local Bar. Mr. Thompson is at pre
sent engaged upon a very important
and needed work a Digest of Ha
Tjik largest shippers of sugar by
the Alameda were : T. H. Davies
& Co., 9,230 bags; "W. G. Irwin &
Co., 0,127 bags; F. A. Schaefor &
Co., 7,400 bags; H. A. Widemann,
2,654 bags, and Grinbaum & Co.,
A NUJinr.u of prisoners are at
work on Nimanu street,-, just above
Kukui. making a great improvement
by cleaning the gutters. "When they
get to the first bridge the fence
should be repaired and that trouble
some vine cut.
A vr.itY pleasant affair took place
to-day just before the Alameda left.
His Majesty the King went down to
the wharf anddocbrated Capti G.
II. Luce Tvith the Order of Kala
kaua. His Majesty also presented
the Captain with a large portrait of
Messiis. Lyons & Levey will hold
their regular cash sale to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock, when will be
sold, amongst other things, dry
goods, boots and shoes, an express
wagon, and by order of the Mar
shal the stock-in-trade of a boot and
Manager Wall of tho Yosemite
Skating Rink finds it is too small to
accommodate his numerous patrons.
So he has decided to enlarge the
building, by putting on 30 ft. by 90
feet more. AVork has already com
menced, but this will iu no way in
terfere with tho rink, whicli will be'
open as usual. ,
ii . i '
The basket picnio at the Bethel
Uni6h Church last evening was a
decided success in every way. The
attendance was quite large, and
everyone enjoyed the whole affair.
Tho actors in the "Curo forTramps"
did their parts spleudidly, Nearly
870 was realized, whicli will be used
for the benefit of the infant depart
ment of the Sunday School.
The last of tho Macfarlano home
stead lots was sold yesterday. The
following are the purchasers and
prices paid for the entire 11 lots:
Nos. 1 and 3, W.T.Rhoads, 82,900 ;
No. 2, J. McKenzic, 81,200; No. 1,
John Camden, 81,200; Nos. 5, 0
and 7, T. R. Lucas, 81,300; No. 8,
Mrs. Grace Mote, S1.2C0; Nos. 9
and 11, C. B.Wilson, 81,800; and
No. 10, R. F. Biekerlon, 8900.
Tin: Post-ofllco despatched by the
Alameda eleven bags of mall con
taing .1,843 lettors and 1,5C0 papers.
The Postmaster-General says ho is
very glad to note that the public aro
posting their letters carliar than be
fore, and not rushing so at the last
moment as heretofore. Also that
very few letters have to be stamped
by tho officials, The work of the
Good Friday, April 3rd, 1885,
There will be ready
JFi'oin. oeloclc sx. m. mtil p nx
S3THE FURSEST! , .
Hh "J I J i $ f" I"" I Hr Hh i F $ i
t HOT CROSS t BUNS 1
j F i !" i J" i i i ! "r 'i J" ti
EVKlt MADE IN THIS CITY,
50 Cents per Dozen,
At F. Horn's SteamCanfly Factory & Bakery,
department is much facilitated by
these improvements on the part of
Last evening Mr. R. V. Laine,
acting D. D. G. S. installed the
officers of Excelsior Lodge,
I. O. O. F., for the balance
term, as follows :
N. G., J. G. Emeluth, I
V. G., E. Hughes;
R. S., M. Kennedy;
P. S., J. Savidge, jr. ;
"W., J.J. Lecker, P. G. ;
"W., P. Butler;
Con., La Pierre;
R. S. N. G., T. Hughes, P
L. S. N. G., J. Savidge, P
R. S. V. G.,T. Graham;
L. S. V. G., J. Johnstone;
R. S. S.,W. W.Wright;
L. S. S.,T. Wright;
I. G., J. Hopp;
Chap., G. J. Tucker, P. G. ;
P. G., J. McKenzic.
Bros. W. C. Parke, J. Savidge,
J. G. Tucker, W. E: Foster, Thos.
Tannatt, and J. S. Smithies, P. G.'s,
assisted the installing olficer. After
adjournment the new Noble Grand
treated the brcthron to an elegant
collation at the Saratoga House.
Tun monthly concert of prayer
will ,be held at the Fort Street
Church this evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Subject "Africa." Amongst the,
papers to be read will be one b Mr:
'Jos.! -Emerson on the new. State in
The Rev. G. B. Simeon will de
liver the fourth mission address this
evening at St. Andrews Cathedral,
at 7.30 o'clock.
"Micronesia" will be the subject
at the monthly concert at the Bethel
Union Church this evening. The
Rev. A. O. Forbes and Capt. Bray
of the Morning Star will address the
The month of April was begun
with a rather lengthy calendar. Four,
drunks were fined 80 each. Kcala
kau, for assault and battery on his
wife, was found not guilty and dis
charged. There appeared to have
been great provocation.
Frank Courtel was tried for as
sault and battery on L. Fay. After
hearing the eyidence His Honor re
manded him until Thursday.
John Thomas, for violating ex
press rules, by disobeying the orders
of the hack inspector, was fined 85
and 83..20 costs.
F. Downey and John Silva, for
vagrancy, were remanded until tho
8th; Jas, Farron, for assault and
battery on J. Dayley, was repri
manded and discharged.
Keaai, a young boy ,1-1 years old,
charged with truancy, was committed
to the Reformatory School during
The total deaths in New York
City have fallen in number from
38.8GG in 1880 to 35,044 in 1884,
but tho number of deaths Jn tene
ments has risen from 17,CC7 to
19,801, or from 45 to 5G percent.
The deaths outside of tenement
house have fallen, therefore, from
21,000 to 10,043, or one-fourth.
This surely does not mean that the
health of those living in their own i
houses has improved, or that of the
tenants has deteriorated to this ex
tent; but it probably means that
there is a decrease in the number of
houses inhabited by their owners
and an increase iu the number of
thoso rented, which would, result in
the same change iu the proportions
of deatli in each class. The fact
that the total death have declined
10 percent iu five years in the face
of a steadily increasing population
speaks well for the sanitary con
dition of the city. The tenement
quarters of the city need constant:
attention undoubtedly, There .
3,000 rear tenements in whicli the
mortality is greatest. Chief In
spector Owen in the report of tho
tenement-house commission recent
ly sent to the Legislature says "the
condition of tenants is in advance
of that of tenements," and urges
the necessity of stricter inspection,
the prohibition of open vaults and
of all sinks in cellars. Specific
recommendations are made in re
gard to the opening of certain streets
by the removal of rookeries. Ex.
Mrs. Josephine W. Cables is ,the
'editress of a new journal, tho Occult
World, started at Rochester, for the
dissemination of Oriental knowledge.
A Boston man bequeaths his wife
her exact weight in pure gold as a
yearly income. Boston men" know
what new bonucts cost in this world.
The nine daughters of the late
Bishop Jackson of London were
married to nine vicars in the Bishop's
The Empress Eugenie is said to
own several houses in New York city
which yield her a handsome income
for the rents.
rpVO FINE imported Marcs, four and
X fivo yoara old, woll broken, kind
and gentle. Sold on account, of depar
turc. Inquire of
J. P. MENDONCA,
or at it. B. Grinbaum & Co.'s store.
THE UNDERSIGNED, FIUNIC
. f IUSTACE and GEORGE II. RO
BERTSON, each, of Honolulu, Oalm,
hare this day entercdSinto 'CO-PARTNERSHIP
under the firm name of HUS
TAOE & ROBERTSON, for Uiu purpose
of currying on tho Drayiug UuUness in
The Business wltl
.FRANK HUST AGE.
be conducted by
-Thanking our'friead for their guier.
oua support to each of us iu the past, we
hope to merit a continuance of the same
in the future, ns we are now bettor, than
ever prepared' to attend to all business
iu our lino promptly and satisfactorily.
GEORGE II. ROBERTSON.
March 30, 1833.
Central Park Statin Bitf
Corner Beretania & Punchbowl Sts.
FIRST-CXASS plnco of amuse
ment in a flrat-elabs locality.
Nothinc of an objectionable nature al
lowed on the premises. Open every
afternoon in the week and every night,
Tuesday and Friday afternoons and
nights, Ladies and their escorts and
children that accompany them are ml.
nilttcd. The hoodlum element strictly
excluded'. As tlicso afternoons and nights
are ipccialjy designed for Ladies, the
proprietor will uso every exertion to
have them instructed and accompanied
on the lloor where they dchire it.
Theltlnk Skates for both Ladies and
Gentlemen ore without lubber cprlngs,
Beginners can lenrn on this skatu iu
half the time it requires on an absolute
The oil well on this Skate being under
the skate, docs not soil tho drus3, uud
one oiling is biifflelent for an afternoon
or evening'!, (.haling. Beginners only
hnvo to L'liurd forwaul and hackwaids
on their skates, whilu the rubber bends
sideways, (.training tho ankles, necessi
tating guarding liuckwunh, forwards,
Prices reasonable for a llrst-chusRInk.
Admission, 25 cents for adults and chil
dren over five years of age; use of
Rink Bkiitcs, 10 cents; private skates, no
charge. Afternoons only, admltslon
charged, skates free. Skaters enn snvo
money by purchasing commutation tic.
ltd frond for ten admissions, with Rink
Bkotes, $8.G0, or U5 cents for admission
Skaters can leave their skates In Skate
Room (at their own risk) where thoy
will bo kept to their order, cleaned,
repaired, etc., freo of charge. This
Rink will bo under tho Edpervision of
tho proprietor ut oil times. Any Inat
tention of employees should be reported
to'tho Proprietor. f D82
Ed Git. O HUMAN,
Carriage a.nd Wagon Maker,
King Street, near Lincoln's.
Repairing, Blacksmithing and every description in the Carriage and Wagon
lino manufactured. Estimates and drawings furnished for all Car
riage and Wngou building. 1 have also got up a new kind of Buggy
Catt, which for cheapness and practicability exceeds any cart ever
brought to this country.
AVITH Oil WITHOUT FOLDING TOP.
979 3m King Street, adjoining Geo.
I F "i
But Cioofl Hoiest Yalne for Every Dollar !
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
Since the? arrival of the " Alameda,"
WILL BE FOLSftSD VERY COMPLETE
In all my usual fine variety of fine Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
IWCeai'ts Booty, Slaoew vmici 3-ait:ei-s
In Groat Variety.
THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT
Ts as usual very complete.
As to the good qualities ol! my Goods the Ladies of our
Islands, who have patronized this Establishment for 18
years, will bear willing- testimony to them as well as
their perfect Jitting-.
Boots and Shoes always found in this Establishment. I
have no inducements to offer but the guarantee of Al
Goods, which will be sold
As Low as Consistent with Prudence.
Honolulu, March (ith, 1885.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
07 and Jt) Jlotol Hfvoul,
JUST REOE1VI5D, EX ALAMEDA, On Ice, Cain Fresh Salmon, do Flounders,
do Rhubarb, Eastern Fresh Shad, do Oysters in hclldo Oysters in tins,
Horse Radish Roots, Fresji Cala Crabs, Cauliflowers, Celery,, lied Cabbage,
Cala Fresh Asparagus.
ALSO Not on leu, Sls3 Cheese, Cre:un Cheese, Mild Steele's Cheese. Bbls Choice
Red Salmon, J bbls do Salmon, Smoked Halibut, Kits Mackerel, Dutch
Rologim Soiinigps, CholcoCala Family Corned Reef, Holland Honing, Ktgs
Family Salt Pork, ICegs Queon Olive-", ICegB Gilt Kdjro liutter, Kits Silmoii
Helllcs, Cases Mnckciel in Toinatou Sauce, Cases Salmon Bullies, Boston
Bread in !! lb tins, iiy it; Sardelles in kegs, Sardelles iu iliu.
ALSO (Jrci'ii Mountain Maple Syrup, Iiuukln'ii Mock Turtle Boup, Cases liarata.
lia Shrimps Dupco llnnis, Whlttuker's Sinr Ilnins, Russian Caviar, Kegs
Salt Water CncunilieiB, Breakfast Bneon, Cala Dried Figs, anil a complete
lino of Staple and Fancv Groceries, nil of whicli will bo sold low. (I nods
dellvcied to all parts- ot thu city.
Island Orders solicited.
Pacific Hardware Company
SUCCESSORS TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAM'L NOTT.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Houbo Furnishing
Goods, nnd General Merchandise.
Jut received Eddy's Refrigerators and Ice Cheats, new styles of Chumlalicrs
and Library Lamps, Stoves and Ranges, Kerosene Oil Stoves.
All of which arc offered upon favorable terms.
' - ' PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY, ;
. . 4
I would beg to notify the public in general that
J lmvc 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 J am prepared to do any kind
of Carriage and Wagon work, in a first class,
durable and practical manner. By close nnd
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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