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SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1885.
Sclir I.ufca from Koliolalde
Stint' Llkellkc fioui Kiiliulnl
Htnif Lehua fioni Wlndwaid notts
Stnir Klnnu from Wlndwaid ports
Sclir Le.ilil from Kukuenu
0 It Bishop for Kauai
Ilk Lady Iunpsoti for S F
Sclir Kiuvnllnni for Hamipepo
VESSELS LEAVINQ Oil MONDAY.
Sclir l.iika for Koholalulc
Stun- l.lkellke for Kuliiilul
Sclir'Mauuoktiwal for Koolmi
Sclir Walinnlu for Hllo
Sclir Nettle Merrill for I.alialna
Sclir Catcrlna for Iluunlcl
Sclir I.oalil for ICukacaii
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steam IJktnu 31oinlng Star, Hi ay
Ship Inipcrutor, llolx
AVh Capo Horn Pigeon
Get l)k Miithllde, Kren.lcn
For S F pcrbgtno Courtney Ford from
Kahulul, April U T X Lowtie, C T
From Windward porU per ltnr Le
hua April 1 II U Austin. Capt D
From Kahulul and way ports per
Htmr Llkellkc April J. W 11 Cumming-i,
lfe & child. 11 Sheldou & wife, Hawu
na, li lm:u Albeit, SLedercr, P Kapo
no, 15 Jl Walh, .0 15 Hoffgald, MUs
Harris, 11 Caper, 0 Chinese te "2 deck.
From Wlnuword ports per stnir Ki
nau April 4 T V Hastings, Geo 15
Klohaidon, JIhs Kedtlcld, It A Heen,
Wong Hail, J Oouuher, W 31 Scrlbnur
KsVifc", O L Wight, wife and child, Mis
M Lorlntlna and 115 deck.
For SF per Ilk Lady Lampoon April
1 Luko FaytK Gardner.
The Ftmr KJnau brought 3,010 bags of
Miar, 45 head of cattle, 1 horse, 100
pkgs of "sundry.
SchrLukabi ought 2,100 bags of su
gar from Koholalele.
Stmv'Lehua brought 1"70 bags. of su
gar, 20 head ofHcattle.and 7.1 hides. She
Stnir Llkellkc brought 1332 bags of
sugar and 30 bags of coi u.
j t the Lady- Ltinips-oii tailed this day
for S F. She tobk 12,405 bags of sugar
shipped by Davlcs & Co aim 1,531 bags
of sugar shipped by Brewer & Co. To
tal shipment of sug.irlli.'.i'.K! lugs, valued'
Scltr Leah! brought 200!) bags of sugar
from Kukacau. , ,
..LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Iix.iTr.il, Sunday lo-morrow.
Atoood uoolt-kcuifci-.tor. a planta
tion is advertised for. '
"Fink musical selections at nearly
"all the churches to-inorrow.!.
The Hawaiian Jockey Club meets
at tliellotel'tliis evening at 8 o'clock.
A meeting of the Kapiolani Itaat'
Club "Vill bo held this evening at No.
21, Alakea street.
The band will give its usual con
cert at Emma Square tlna afternoon
at 4.30 o'clock.
CoMr.jiuid see our new oil paint
ings and chromos, jii9t received at
King Bros.' Art Store. 985 8t
A (ir'axd concert is in contempla
tion for, the benefit of the Kauninka
pili Church building fund.
Bin. A. M. Mollis lias the thanks
of the Bulixtin staff for a liberal
allowance of Passover cracker.
Tub usual gospel temperance
meeting will be held at the Bethel
Union Church vestry this evening at
Messiis. Lyons & Levey, the
auctioneers, notify the public that
they only use the Mutual Telephone
Co.'s wires. Their number is 181.
At St. Andrew's Cathedral this
evening there will be Ante-Communion
ofllce at G:8() -o'clock, unci
evensong with sermon at 7:30
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If you want a nice shoe, hoot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlbr is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street- 980.. tf. .
) The teachers and scholars, of the
Bethel Sunday School-arc requested
to meet at 9 o'clock sharp to-morrow
morning, at the schoolrooms
Last evening about half-past ten
o'clock thu transparency sign in front
of the Elito ,Ice Cream Parlors took
lire, but, the flamo was extinguished
by two members of Pacific Hose Co.
No. 1 without. doing any damage.
Next1 Tuesday cvoning there will
bo a doughnut sociable at the vestry
of the Bethel Union Church. Music
and literary exercises will occupy
the early part of the evening. Re
freshments will bo served free, and
consist of doughnuts and coffee.
To-day, the Anglican Church
Chronicle for April should have
made its appearance, but the editors
have delayed it one week, so as to
allow them to get in a complete ac
count of the Holy Week and Easter
Sunday services. It will be' ready
next Saturday, April 11th.
M Interesting "selection
It is about timo the U. S. S. IlaU
ford 'came nlbug.
Tiikiii: was no meeting of Iho
Library and Reading Room Associa
tion lasL uvenlng, a quorum of
members not being present.
The biigantiue Couitney Ford
sailed from Kahuhli yesterday with
11,485 bags of sugar weighing
1,-H2,072 lbs., and valued at 871,
22G.8 1 . She took two passengers.
Tin: strangers' sociablo at the
vestry of the Foit Street Church last
evening was attended by the janitor
alone. It was too stormy a night
for such an nffair.
The April term of the Supremo
Court opens ut 10 o'clock Monday
morning. The Hawaiian jurors will
lmvo to attend at that hour, and
criminal cases will' be proceeded
The prisoners have a pretty good
lime. We passed somo this morning
smoking pipes and cigarettes. Whore
and how do they get these luxuries?
Do they not break prison rules by
It is no wonder that Horn's Miot
cross buns sold so rapidly yesterday.
A sample received at our ofllce this
noon proves them to be (ho finest
possible. You should call early at
his store if you wish to obtain any.
Mns. O. A. Clarke and Miss L.
L. Moore ' have recently presented
a number of books to the Honolulu
Library and Reading Room Associa
tion. Dr. C. M. Hyde has also
bent in four years of the American
Dn. Brodie, V. S., and Capt. J.
II. Brown left at 7 o'clock this
morning for Waialua on a tour of
inspection. It appears there arc
several cases there of horses with
glinders. They expect to return
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TiiEgrand opening at the Central
Pari: skating rink was a success.
It will be open this evening. He
sure and do not forget the 10 mile
race which takes place next Monday
evening. -The race will bo an excit-;
Ox the last up trip of the steamer
Likeliku, when at Keanae, a native
woman namcd,Mrs. Saunders got on
liana she gave birth to a child,
which, however, only lived a few
moments. It v,-as buried at liana.
Mn. Joseph S. Urnerson, of the
Government Survey bureau, leaves
by the Kinau next Tuesday to finish
the survey of the Kona district
Hawaii. During his absence the
V. M. C. A. Geometry and Algebra
class will be taught by Mr. Arthur
Alexander. , J
The Honolulu Rifles will have a
special drill this evening at their
Armory at 7:30 'o'clock. There are
sixty-two members on the roll, and
eight now applicatiqfis have; been re
ceived by Capt. AldricbV The ba
lance of the uniforms will arrive by
the Mariposa next Wednesday.
To-jfoiiuow is Easter Sunday,
festival commemorating Christ's re
surrection. The day will be specially"
observed by the different churches
in this city. Our readers will find"
on the first page a full account of J
the order of services and programme
of music which will be given in tho
Fort Street and Bethel Churches, '
and tho Episcopal and Koman Catho
In spite of- alio disagreeable wea
ther there was a good attendance atf
the Yoscmito Skating Rink last even
ing. The obstacle race created lots
of amuscmant, and consisted of ob
stacles, such as planks at different
elevations, being placed in the way
of skaters, who had to get over
them as well as thev could. Seve-
ralsUaters came to grief. Tho rink'
will be open this evening as usual.
Theue are n few delinquent tax
payers, principally among tho Chi-
nesc. Tho deputy ,tax-.collector
came acrossjj)jie this mojhing, and,
demanded 85, the 'amount "of his
tuxes. Tho Chinaman said ho had
paid them, and showed a receipt,
which, however, unfortunately for
tho man, proved to bo an old receipt
belonging to a Celestial who had'
gonu to China. It had tho number
of his passport on, which of course'
gave tho delinquent tax-payer badly
away. He was taken to the Station
house, but a few minutes later a
friend paid his taxes.
Mn. W. C. Parke has in his pos
session two original oil paintings of
the old fort situated at the foot of
Fort Street, and from which tliei
latter received its name. One sliows
the .soldiers at drill with the sentries
on duty. The other shows the
buildings and also Mr, Parke mount
ed on a line horse, which atone time
belonged to Kainehameha III. A
number of Mr. Parke's friends
abroad having frequently afeked him
for pictures of the foit, he has had
' by Mr. Williams. Anyone making
a collection otigtii certainly to have
these two among them.
Another dull day at the Comt,
only one case for trial, that of u
iiativo named Kelly, who filled him
self full of fire water, Which made
his legs give way and himself fall
into the clutches of tho "bobbies".
Hi3 Honor fined him $5 with $1 costs.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square this afternoon at 1 :30. The
following is tho programme:
Overture Dcllsuilo .Dontzctll
March Charlemagne Obcrthur
Finale Lucia Donizetti
Selection Beggar student. . . .Mlllockcr
Waltz The Source Waldteufcl
Polka Black and Hed Coote
In a laborer's cottac
an ordinary sized bed 2 mother. 2 sou?
1 daughter. 1 grandmother, 1 grandson,
brother and sister, uncle and nephew,
all of whom (11) were comprised in 1
persons. AVho and what w ere they?
1. A tool. 2. Apiepeofland: 3.
A hint. 4. Sharp. ' - 7"
AKSWEKS TO LAST Pl'ZZLES.
To Square W01 d
L I V E
V E A R
To Numerical Enigma Regatta.
BROTHER CARDNER ON SLANC. -
"If Brudder Pizarro Grant am in
do hall to-night he will please step
for'd," began the old man as Samuel
Shin struck the triangle and scut its
quivering notes dancing along the
ceiling. ' ,
Brother Pizarro was present, aud
he stopped, his eyes having a squint
of alarm and his knees losing their
sand with every motion. 5
"Brudder Grant," continued the
President, "You am a young man
on tile doahstep of life ; you w'ar
wery tight pants an' a wery short'
coat, an' a wery narrow hat, an' you
look; decidedly wretch cr chce. Do
great world am befo' you. If you
begin right no man dares bet two to
0110 dat you won't sit in a Gobcr
nor's cha'r befo' you 0111 r0. If
you begin wrong it will be safe to
bet 1 ,500 to nulliii dat you will bring
up in State Prison befo' you am ten
"Yes, sah, Ize tryin' to start
riclit," said Pizario as Brother
Gardner stopped to swallow a pint
"I hope so I hope so, but I
doubt it, ( Brudder Grant. Jze had
my eye on you fur some leetle time
back. I doan' fink you would lie,
or steal, or burgler, or forge, but
yo.u has fallen into, one wery bad
babit1 De. odder day , you "met a
friend in front of my cabin, an'
when he axed if you war gwiue on
de excuision, you icplied dat you
would 'gasp to gurgle.' On n'uo(cr
occashun I heard you remark chit
you-would 'mix to murmur.' Again
you observed dat you woulil 'sigh
to stifle.' Only an hour ago you
advised Pickles Smith to 'bet liis
sweet life.''' What does all dese
fings mcanj Brddder Grant?"
"I doan? know," replied the vicr
tini, at he stood on one. J eg and
scratched his head. .",
"Nor I either. Ize looked up de
Latin an' French; an' German an'
Greek"( languages', but I can't find
any sioh expreshun as 'hire a hall,'
'see ypli in 'do graveyard or 'I
should "smile.' !9yhy do you make
use of!',em?' - $,
"I doan k'now.V
"Ddn stoplilf If plain English
am not.good 'nuff for.you to 'sprees
your thoughts' in?jl arn Spanish, or
Chinese. It amallrjght for a sweet
young gal who has been frew collcgo
to remark" dat she would titter to
grin but such 'sprcsslmns doan'
soihiclTweU comu'Dfrom 'a young
manr::iIf-I-BhoitlcV.''go home to-night;
and 'tell my ole woman dat I would
perspire to eventuate, or lithograph
to animosity, she'd look me straight
in,fle cyo'ifor thirty seconds, nn' den
would come nuclumax(ih' which my
hat, head an' a broomstick would bo,
an mixeu up.
"Return to your seat, Brudder
Grant; go back an' tot down wid a
determination to avoid slang an' do
your talkin' squar' from de shoulder.
When you get tired 'of beef, go into
a grocery an' ask fur codfish jn plain
English, and doan' use any mo' ora
tory dan am necessary to secure full
weight an' git rid 6fa quarter wid a
hole in it. We wilL-norr purceed to
split de reg'lar order of bizepess
down de back an Jet but do
sleeves." Detroit Free Press.
"Why did you ttrike my dog?
Jle only tniiffed at yon!' "Well,
captain, you don't expect mo to
wait till he has had it taste of 1110, do
An old doctor said that people
who were prompt in their payments
always recovered from their sickness,
as they were good customers, and
physicians could not afford to lose
WHAT A HUSBAND SHOULD DO.
" f? ' -- '" - - . tw.VVWii
11c snouiu losoivc, wncn intcnu
ing to tako a friend homo to dinner,
to solid .1 message tu thai effect to
He should resolve to cat his din
ner pleasantly, oven if it is a little
cold through his having kept it
waiting half an hour.
He should resolve to give his wife
a 5 note occasionally, and insist
that she spend it on herself ns. she
lie should lesolve to kiss his wife
occasionally and compliment her.
A wifo is never too old or too plain
to npprcciato such courtesies from
He should resolve, when in dilll
culty, to consult his wife about the
matter, and in nine cases out of ten
he will wonder that he allowed him
self to be so troubled.
He should resolve to curtail his
little private luxuries one-half, and
give the saved amount to his wife
for certain little thiiiKS which will
add so much to-her.
Ho should resolve to speak i
pleasantly to his children when ar
riving homo at night,1 and if he
should indulge in half nn hour's
romp with them before they go to
bedphcand thcy.jvill sleep all the
better for WJSnn. x. , , ' 's ,
ENGLAND AND CERMANY.
In the British House of Lords,
Maich 10th, Lord Granville said
.-that iu the face of Prince Bismarck's
-U33U1 iiuues di iriciuisiitp, lie uuinioi,
believe the hauling down of tho
British colors at Victoria, West
Africa, was intended as an insult to
.,Engliuid( but 'was probably due to
ignorance otf the palt of tlie German
commander. England will not ask
an explanation from Germany until
the receipt of.the ollicial report.
Lord Granyille said ljS .was con
vinced that tholaffaif- would lead to
no general complications. The most
friendly negotiations rwcre in pro
gicss between Germany and Eng
land in regard to their respective
colonial interests.' Count vou,Mun
ster' had officially informed Lord
Granville that Germany recognizes
Victoria, atBritish tenitory. Tho
German Government had - received
no confirmation of the reported haul
ing down of the British flag there.
If the report was confirmed Germany
would make the necessary lepara
tion. THE U. S. CONSULATES.
From, well-informed sources it is
ascertained that the State Depait
ment at Washington will make no
immediate changes in the foieign
consulates. The home department
is bciug organized, and Mr. Secre
tary UayarcPis besieged by appli
cants. He is a gentleman of broad
liberal viows, and was President
Cleveland's most formidable rival in
the. Nominating Convention. It is
generally'" considered-that this is the
dawn of an era of good feeling when
party lines ,arc not so tightb drawn,
and the expectations are that in
localities where the consuls have
managed the affa'us of their dcpuil
imenls well, and,are,popului; with the
jpcople,! they uyllbc allowed to
remain. -Montreal Witness, Mur.
nth. " l '
THE FUTURE) OF EUROPE.
A well known French financier
predicts j-haf a few years hence the
European, continent will be nothing
but' a casino for the white races of,
America, ' Africa and1 Australia.
Agriculture in Europe is played out,
he says,. and, her-iactory and mining
industry will be similarly supplant
ed by the vast coal fields and infinito
petroleum of Russia in Asin, and by
tho mineral 'wealth of America,
China,, Australia and the still unex
plored mountain's, of New Zealand.
This alarmist 'winds up with the con
soling remark that England may
make a livelihood as a training place
for boysj because its climate favors
open-air muscular exercise. Wash
DEATH FROM JHE PRICK OF A NEEDLE.
Miss's.-J.' Tiicliardson, daughter
of the late Joseph aud Deborah
Richardson, well known on Talbot
street, near Ridgetown, expired lost
Sunday morning after an illness of
five, days. It appears (that' she 'had
been staying 'at Mr.-JJIcvl Cornwall's
tor n' few days andwhilc1 'there she
accidentally pricked her' left hand
thumb with a needle on Monday.
She paid no attention to tho mutter
until her thumb began to bwell. -Tho
doctor was not called till Saturday,
when it was found that nothing could
bq done to save her life, as gangrene
had set in and, tho ann was dead
nearly to the shoulder. Her, suffer
ing was intense from Saturday till
Sunday morning, the time of her
death, ffhp. deceased lady hail been
preparing and was ready to stait for
Calif oruia, her prospective, future
horne.i fit. Thomas Canada')
A Hjendicant approached a West
chester "man on the .cars tho oilier
day, and said: "Dear, sir, I huve
lost my log!" To which the West
Chester man replied, iis.u6 'hurried
away: "My dear friend, I have not
seen anything of it. ''
E, -Q. SGNUIViAN,
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Repairing. Bhicksinithing and every description in the Carriage and Wagon
lilic munufaclurodi Estimates and drawings filniishod for all Car
riage and Wagon building. 1 have also got up a new kind of Buggy
Cart, which for cheapness and practicability exceeds any cart ever
brought to this country,
WWII OK WITHOUT FOLDING TOP.
979 Sin King Street, adjoining Geo. W. Lincoln, Contractor and Builder. i
NO "reduction Tn PRICES"! I
But Good Holiest Yalue for Eveiy Dollar!
MY BOOT & SHOE UEPARTMENT,
Since the arrival of the "Alameda,"
WILL BE FQUUD VERY COMPLETE
In all my usual fine variety of fine Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
TVIeii's Boots. Shoes aiiti C2-iteis
In 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
3'ears, will bear willing testimony to them as well as
their perfect iitting. - , , t ,
Boots? and Shoes always found in, this Establishment. 1
have no inducements to offer but the guarantee of Al
Qoods which Avill be sold
As Low as Consistent with Prudence.
Honolulu, March Gtli, 18S5.
S7 and Ol) jrolcyl fcUi-ut,
JUST llKOBIVED, EX ALA.MKDA, On Ice, C.1I.1 Fnli Salmon, do Flounders,
ilo Hhub.irb, agipiu Ficsh Slmil, do Oysters ill -lioll, do Oyotuisln tins,
,IIorso lludi-h Hoots, Fresh Gala Ci.il, UtiuUHowcrH,. Celery, Hed Cabbage,
' Citlu Fresh Asparagus. ,
ALSO Not (iu lee, BwIhj Cliuese, Crc.iuii Cliciwv, Mild Ste'uluVj Cheese. Ubls Choice
Bed, Salmon, iJ bid do Salmon, Kiiidked Halibut, Kits Maekcrcl, Duich
BnlOKiiu SniiFiiaci, Choice Cilu Fnriiily Coined IScef, Holland llcrrini!, Kegs
Family Salt Pork, Keg3 Queen Oliver, Keg' Gilt Edjrd Utitter, lUu Salmon
Bullied, C'iim; Muok.uie Iu 'J'omntoc bailee, Canes Salmon I3ul)ic, Boston
Uruul Iu ii lb tin', 'O' it, Knulellos iu kegs, .S.inlelles In ilns.
AI0 Orecn Mountain Mimlo Sjnip, lluf)k!n'.s Jloekl'urtln Soup,,Casus Ii:iruln.
In Shiliui)?, Unpen Hiiiiih, WhlltukcrV, Star IlmnM, Hus.iliiu Caviur, Kegu
Salt Wider Ciieiunbcis, Hitftkfiist (iuunn, Cain Dried Figs, and n complete
"linco'f Rlrtplc nnill'iinny Groccilc, nil of which will be ld lbw. Goods
delivered to nil p.m or Ihu city.
iKltiiul OnHrslleltfiU Telcplioiio o.5IO. 1'. O.' l!o SfiT. (702
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Pacific Hardware Company
SUC0ESS0HS TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAM'L N0TT,
IilPOHTKHS' AND DKALKHS IN
Hai'dware, Agricultural Implements, Houso Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise.
Just iecclvcd Kddy'j Hcfilgcnilors and leu Chests, now htyjei'of Chandelier
t ' and Library J-amps, Sloycs uud Hmiges, Keroscno Oil Stoves.
c2rxivisiivIsTls, ATx jiowje's soAui2s.-ea
( ' All of which iiru ofl'eied u)on fnvorublu terms.
'', ' ' ' , , PACIFIC HAHDWARK COMPANY.
I would beg to notify the public in general that
t have opened a Carriage and Wagon shop on
King Street, at thu old stand of M. J. Rose,
and lately occupied by Messrs. Whitman &
Wright, where 1 am prepared to do any kind
of Carriage and Wagon work, in a first class,
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.
& CO., GROCERS,
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