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FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1885.
Sehr Nettle Men 111 fioin Lahidun
Sehr Cnturina fioin Haualcl
Sehr Waloll from Mallko
Sclir Manuokawnl from Koolau
Sclu-Kawalliitil fiom Koulmt
Stnir Wnhnanalo from Walinanalo
Jmncs Mnkcc for Kapaa
Sehr Mana for Iloiioinu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW
Sfnir G It BMion foi Kauai
Bk Lady Lampson for S V
Sehr Catoilna for Haulcl
Sclir ICuwall.iiil for llauspcpc
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Lady Lampson, Maiston
Steam Bktne Morning Star, Bray
Ship Impciator, Holx
Wh Cape Hoin Pigeon
Get bk Malhlldu, Kioni'leu
For S F per Bktnc Consuelo April 3
The Consuelo sailed this morning.
She took 7,SS0 bags of sugar and 200
bags of i ice. Value S42,0"i!.C4.
Sehr Nettle Merrill l)i ought 1.300 bg
of sugar and 120 bbls of mnlaescs.
The Llkelikc is uppoed to anie to
Tho Cape llom Pigeon a doeked
at Wilder's S S wharf this morning.
Stinr C It Bishop sails to-motiow
moinlng tit 8 ojelock.
The Bk Lady Lampson sails to-inor-low
with 13,090 bags of sugar weighing
' ' One of the mud-cnis fell off the scow
this morning and went to the bottom of
the bay. It Was fished up with the
dipper of the diedgc.
Sehr Catcrlnn hi ought 000 bags of su
'ar, the Manuokawai 07S bag of paddy
& tho ICivwailaui 300 bags of lice.
' Sehr Waloll brought 034 bgs of sugar.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Holy Saturday to-morrow.
The bank dosed at noon to-day.
No moic fabting for a year after
LimnAiir selections puust paeie,
and miscellaneous ones on tho fouith.
Ai.iiuho I'oitugiicse stoiei aie
ilosem today, aliU n, few others as
well.-' ' r.
Tub Gleaner's Society will'hold :i
nesting to-moirow aftcinoon n't 2.30
TnEKK will be a stranger' sociable
,at the vestry of Fort Street Church
A meutiko of Polynesian Encamp
ment will bo held this evening at
7.30 o'clock. Third degree.
Next Monday at 10 o'clock will
i be sold the stock of the Pioneer
Cigar Factory on Foit Street.
' J Come andce our new oil paint
ings and cluomos, just icceivcd at
Kins Bros.' Ait Store. 985 lit
; jj, Tue llev. G. B. Simeon delivers a
f J mission sermon at 'St. Andrew's
Cathedral this evening at 7.30
Mn. A. J. Cartwright has just
. made another handsome piescnt of
books to the
Messrs. C. Brewer & Co. are pay
ing a dividend of 82 per share, and
the Hawaiian Agricultural Company
$2.50 per share.
Wejitiiek permitting, tho Boyal
Hawaiian Band will give its usual
concert at Emma Square to-morrow
afternoon at '4.30'o' clock.
"" It seems as if nearly everyono in
town is going to the grand opening
and prbmenado conceit at tho Central
Parkskating rinkd-his evening. ,
Some of tho sailois belonging to
the whaling bark Cape Horn Pigeon
have the scurvy. They arc being
treated at the Queen's Hospital.
Tn'u members of the Kanlolani
Boat Club mo lcquestcd to attend a
meeting J.o-moi row evening at No.
21, AlaUea sticet, at 7:30 o'clock.
St, Alban's College broke up
'yesterday for one week's vacation,
, ,Oab Collego and the Preparatory
School closed to-day for two weeks.
Ik you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street- you. w.
Tun tegular quarterly meeting of
the Honolulu Library and Reading
Room Association will bo held this
evening at the Library at 7.30
Mk. Enoch Farr, who has just
succeeded Mr. Edwaul Partridgo as
' manager of the Laio Sugar Plamta
tion, imported by the Consuelo a
handsomo span of chestnut horsos
four years old. They are well broken
to harness and1 of high breed.
Iolani Collego school will not'
break up for tho Easter holidays
until next Friday.
NoTiiiKO of importance was trans
acted at the meeting held last even
ing by the Trustees of the Honolulu
Library and Reading Room Associa
tion. Lauok congregations were present
at the service at the Roman Catholic
Cathedral this morning. An English
sermon will be preached this evening
nt 8 o'cldtk.
Tin: meeting of the Hawaiian
Jockey Club announced for to-morrow
evening, is called to arrange the
prograinmo for the coming races on
June 1 1 tli.
Do not forget that there will be an
endless amount of fun to-night at
thei Yoscmite ' sltating rink. An
obslaclo race on the rollers mu9t be
full of ludicrous episodes.
The tug Alert was christtned yes
terday while at Waianae. Hor new
name is "Eleu," which means
"lively.'' It is a very appropriate
namo, as she certainly can go at a
lively rate. - -
Mit. James Morgan, on behalf of
Mr. E. P. Adams, has been occu
pied most of the day in sellingan
entire retail stock, by order of the
assignees of the estate of Chong
As is usual, in rainy and muddy
weather, G. W. Macfarlane & Co.
had a pathway swept across tho
road from their store to "Wilder &
Co.'s corner, which is quite a boon
TmtEi; deserting sailors, from the
whaling bark Cape Horn Pigeon,
languish bohind the bars of the Sta
tion House. They will be put on
board tho vessel as soon as she is
ready for sea. l
. lionets,, hot cross buns were all
soldi oul in less than no time to-day,
not even a currant Tjeing left. Ano
therbatch will bo ready to-morrow
between 12and 1 o'clock. Leave
your oidcrs early.
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The escaped piispncr Peter (John
son has not yet been found. A re
ward of $25 is offered for his cap
turej He" is a native of Denmark,
of short stature, has a light'mous
taehe and beard, and is somewhat
bald. ' ,
Tiir.nn were not many-visitors at
the examination of the Punahou Pre
paratory School this morning, but
the pupils mustered strongly in spite
of the weather. Thc exercises were
creditable alik"e to teachers and
Mit. Thomas, the contractor for
the Tiew Polite Station, will -begin
work in earnest on the superstructure
on Monday, and the building will
soon loom up. uunng mu jusu iuw
days a large number of bricks have
been carted to the spot.
If the weather is fine Dr. Biodio,
V. Sm and Capt. J. II. Brown,
members of the Board, of Inspectors,
of Animals, 'will leave to-morrow
morninc for "Waialua on a tour of
inspection. His Ex. Gov. DomiDis?
may accompany thorn.
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News was received by the Jas
Makee of the serious illness of the!
Rev. Richd. "Wainwright, of Kapaa,
Kauai. Dr. Walters, who is attend
ing him, has ordered a change of
climate as necessary to restoro him
Messrs. Crossman & Bro., of
Now York, agents of the New York,
and Honolulu packet line, will des
patch a first-class vessel in this line,
from New York to Honolulu, direct, '
on or about Juno 15th. Parties
wishing to avail themselves of this
opportunity should forward orders
as early as possible. Castle & Cooke
are the agents here.
A i woman has recently been de
tected in tho north of England sail
ing cats for rabbits. They were
cheap; and she had a largo number
of customers. She called them
Scotch rabbits. A policeman dis
covered thefraud and she is now in
jail. Her numerous 'customers tried
to lynch her but were prevented.
Fancy their leenngs.
Tin: Supreme Court opens, at 10
o'clock Monday morning, Mr. Jus
tice Austin presiding. The crimi
nal cases before a foreign jury num
ber six, all Chinamen, the charges
beliis for Dosbessiou of opium, earn
ing, and larceny. A. S. Hartwell
appears for the wholo batch. The
most important criminal cases be
fore a Hawaiian jury are, II. Aea,
gros3 cheat, and Frank Mctcajf,
charged with perjury. Tho banco
cases aie very numerous.
Tub tug Alert arrived in port last
evening about 7 o'clock from Wai
anae. The whole party on board
wero delighted with their trip. When
at Waianae the working of the
Mirrless & Watson press was much
admired. Mr. J. L. Richardson,
the manager, did all ho could for tho
comfort of his guests. In addition
Good Friday, April 3rd, 1885,
There will be ready
Ifrom S o'clock a. in. until 5 pc m.9
i $ $ i i J i I Hh i I I4 I i "I
I HOT t CROSS t BUNS I
j j j j j j j HE Hh "i J Ht W
EVER MADE IN THIS CITY,
50 Cents per Dozen,
At F. Horn's SieaiGaily Factory & MeiJ;
to the names mentioned by u yes
terday, the following wero also of the
paity: Colonel and Mrs. Iaukea,
the Misses Widcmann, Miss Annie
Cloghornt His Ex. J. M. Kapena,
Jno. Nakamura, Esq., Mr. W. A.
Whiting and Mr. J. Nakayama.
If anyone were to analyze tho
soda water sold by some of the
Chinese, stores in the suburbs of the
city, they would' find more water
than soda. They buy it in town at
50 cents per dozen, and out of 'that
make two,dozen, and then sell it at
10 cents per bottle. That is profit
It appears from tho statement of
the Chinaman who was waylaid the
other day that it occur ted at the
first turn down the Pali. The par
tics are known, but as two of the
principals have gone to one of the
other islands, nothing will be done
n ' '
The' 11 o'clock service at St.
Androws Cathedral this morning
was fairly attended. Tho Revs.
Alex. Mackintosh and Geo. Wallace
read the prayeis, and the sei inon was
preached by the Bishop from the
22d1Cliapter of Genesis, pait of the
Gtlivcise, "And they went both of
THUltSDAY, AFKIt, 2.
At Chambers, before full bench.
Akiona vs. Kohala Sugar Co.,,excep
Uions. The exceptions wdre argued
and submitted. A. S. ifartwell for
plaintiff; W.R.Castlo for defendant.
Mrs. A. Swan vs. John F. Colburn,
an appeal "from Commissioners of
Ways, etc., for Kona Oahu Ar
gued and submitted. W. R. Castle
for plaintiff ; A. S. Hartwcll for de
fendant. In Probate, before the Chief
Justice. In tho estate of C? Hi
Alexander. It was orderdd'that
letters of administration be issued to
L. A. Thurston and Helen G. Alex
ander under $5,000 bond, and that
they be guardians of decedent's
minor children. , k
In eqijity, before Mr. "William
Foster, clerk." .Further testimony
was taken before the cleik as, master
iu the case of Silva ei" al. vsU Lopez
et al. '
The Egyptian'quostion Are the
camels coming r
; ...Ihimii i i
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square to-morrow aftrnoon at 4 :30.
The following is the' programme :
Overture BelUarlo Donizetti
March Charlemagne, Obertliur
Finale Lucia,., Donizetti
Selection beggar student. . . .Mlllocker
Waltz Thet.'Source. . . 2 Waldteufel
Polka Black and-Bed'A Coqte
For tho month of March, 41885 :
The'total number of deaths reported
for the month of March was 02, dis
tributed as follows : ,t
Under 1 year.... 7
Froml to 0 4
From 10 tcS20.., 5
From 20 to SO... 10
From 30to40... 7
From 40 to 50... 5
From uo tow..
Over 70. ......
causu or Eatii;
Exhaustion . . . . ,
Consumption ,,,. 8
Uongestivo lungs 1
Disease of Heart 1
Old Age. 4
Paralysis1 i 2
Number unattended 18
Mar 1881 177
Mar 1863 41
Mar 4884...... 40
Mar 1885 62
J. II. BllOWN,
Agent Board of Health.
. , POLICE COURT.' " '
There was a clean dockot at the
Police Couit this morning, not a
case fortaial. Of course His Honor
ought to have had. a 'Jpalr. of 'white
kid gloves. But there was no lawyer
present to take up the matter. Some
of those present suggested that if
kid gloves were too expensive) a
white tie or a pair of white stock
ings should be obtained, as it was
not right for the occasion not to
be noticed. However, tho matter
endcdirin smoke. The fact of it
being Gbod. Friday probably, ad-
counts for no calendar.
THE UNDERSIGNED bog to notify
tho public that they only use the
MUTUAL TELEPHONE COS wires,
and the number is 184.
LYONS & LEVEY, 'Auctioneers.
. , , 030 lw .,,
EMPLOYMENT by a sober, steady
man, -willing to makchlmsclf gen
erally useful. Address '
Post-Offlcc, Honolulu. 9V lw
. SITUATION, WANTED
TY A JAVANESE ns Clerk in a s'.oic
JL can penk English. Apply to
O. K1NTAUO, Japinee,
071 2w No 12 School .Slicct.
F OH MAN and wife, with acconuoo.
datioij'to cook "for themelvevcir
Ik aril with the family. Apply at 187
Nuuanu Street. ' , 1)7'.) If
TO LET, at 97 King .Street, over
Kraft's Jewelry Stoic, klngli' and
double, nicely furnished. Apply to
.Mr3. C. P. I'etterson, on ilie premier?.
TO LET. -
rpiIB hTOlli: lately, 0(en)i((l l.y
JL Samuel Nott, in Campbell' JJ'oc!;,
on'F6it Slicet. Apply" to' ' ''
h. A THURSTON,
or B. F. Dillingham. i
Honolulu, April-1, 18?5.? 08S tf
TVyO FINE Imparled Mares, four and
five years old, well broken, kind
and gentle. Sold on' account) of depar.
ture. Inquiro o
J. P. MENDONCA,
or at M. S. Grinluum & Co.'s store.
. . 977 2w
VVA1MANAL0 SUGAR CO.
A DIVIDEND of $5 per share w)ll
bo paid on application at the olllce,
of H. UACKFELD & CO.
Honolulu, April 2, 188B. 085 St
I" ' ' ' ' " .....-
YosBiite Mm link !
A'prll 8 Pbstacle Kace'; ' u
April 7 -Apron and Jfock Tlo Patty
i (piize for tke JargcUtio);
April 10 laniale Party;
Anrll 14 Skatlnir for the Cake.
TIIOMAB E. WALL, Managor.
' Honolulu, April 3, 1883. 08"! td
npiIE UNDERSIGNED. FRANK
X HUSTACE and GEORGE H. RO-
1JERTSON, each of Honolulu, Oahu.
fhave this day entered into CO-PART-
Niiuami' umier mo urmuauiepi nuo
TAOE I ROBERTSON, for the purpose
of carrying oh the Draylng Business In
The Business will he conducted by
Thanking our frjcids for their gener
ous Mipport to 6ach of us in the past, wo
hope to merit a conllnuaucc of the same
i in the future, as wfa'arenow helper than
ever prepared to attend to all business
iu our line promptly and satisfactorily.
. , , GEORGE H. ROBERTSON.
Murch 80, 1885. " 083 lw
EB G. SCHUMAN,
Carriage and Wagon Maker,
King Street, near Lincoln's.
Repniriug, Ulncksmithing and ccry description in the Cairingu and Wagon
line manufactured. Estimates mid drawings furnished for all Car
riage and Wagon building. I have aho got up a new kind of Buggy
Cart, which for cheapness and practicability exceed any cart ever
brought to this country,
970 8m King Street, adjoining Geo.
NO REDUCTION IN PRICES !
But Gooil Honest Yalue for Every Dollar!
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
Since thfc arrival ofjiht; " Alameda,"
WELL BE FOUND VERY COMPLETE
In all nij' usual fine variety of fine Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
Ifclen"' ' Bool's Slioes tajicl Carait;eis
Ill 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 willing testimony to them as well as
their perfect fitting.
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 Gth, 1885.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
,07 an.a Ol) Ilotol Stroot, , .
JUST RECEIVED, EX ALAMEDA, On Ice, Cala Fresh Salmon,' do'Flouuders,
do Rhubarb, Eastern Fresh Shad, do Oysters in shell, do Oystere In tins,
Horso Rndish Roots, Fresh Cnla Crabs, Cauliflowers, CelerypHcd Cabbage,
Cala Fresh Asp.uagus.
ALSO Not on Ice, Swiss Cheese, Cie.un Cicesc,(Mihl Steelo's Cheese. Bbls Choice
UelllcH, Cases Maekctcl in Tomatoe Sauce, CaseH Salmon BuIUcm, Boston
Bread la !1 lb tins, try it; Sardcllcs iu kegs, Hardellcs iu tins.
ALSO GrdCn'Mountnln Manlo Syrup, Jluekin's Mock Turtle Sotm, Cases Baratn.
rnBhiiinpi, Dupeo Hams, Whltlakcr's Star Hams, Russian Caviar, Kegs
Saltwater Cuiuiiiliure, Breakfast Jhicon, Cala Dried Figs, and acoinpleto
lino of Staple and Fancy Groceribs, nil of which wlllUo sold low. Goods
deliveied to all parts of the city.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone
Pacific Hardware Company
SUCCESSOR! TO DILLINGHAM' & CO. AND SAM'L N0TT.
, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise
Just received Eddy V Refrigerators and lep Chests, new styles of Chantlsliers
and Library Lamps, Stoves and Ranges, Kcroseno Oil Stove.1
All of which are olTercd upou favorable terms,
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY,
WITHOUT FOLDING TOP.
I would beg to notify tho public in general that
I have opened a Carriage and Wagon shop on
Kinc Street, at tho old stand of M. .T. Rose,
and lately occupied by Messrs. Whitman &
Wright, whcic I am prepared lo do any kind
of Carriage and AVagon work, in a (list class,
durable and practical manner. By close and
prompt attention to business, satisfactory
work, low and reasonable chargcb, I hope to
merit soine of tho public patronage.
W. Lincoln, Contractor) and Builder.
P. O. Box 297. (702