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TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1885.
Schr Eva ft om Eureka
Strain V1i Allhiiicn fionuS V
Sclir Emma from Olowalu
Stmr Klnaii for Windward PoiU
Stmr I.cliim for Windward Porta
Stun- Planter for Kauai
Sclir Ehukal for Walahm
Sclir Nettle Mcrilll for I.ahalua
Sclir Rob Rov for Koolatt
Sehr Wallclo for Mallko
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW
Hrlir Ilaleakala for Pepcckco
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steam Bktnu Morning Star. Bray
Ship Inipcrator, Hoix
Get bkMathllde, Kienzlcn
Sclir Kva. Wlkman
For liana, Kaunakakal mill ICahiilnl
per Llkeltkc. Apill (J Mr Hanks ami
child, Mis C Carter, M I) Monsarrat.
Thos 12 Cooke, III o Michael, Bio Henry.
Hon J 0 llanuna, Hial Kapu, J D
Strong, Jules Taveinicr. M Pico and
wife, G II French. C M Tilpp. II Shel
don, wife and child, and 13 deck.
The American schooner Eva. J. O.
WSklmUi blaster, anived this morning
25 days from Euieka. with 234,702 feet
redwood lumber and 2G1,000 redwood
shingles for "Wilder & Co. Left Euieka
March 13th. First two days had mod
crate N.W. breeze, then light SAW
until tlic 21t, then light airs from the
West and W.X.W., with calm up to the
30th, then got a gale fioni the S.W. foi
IS hours and then calm IS hour. Got
the trades moderate on April 3d in Lat.
X. 21.13 Long. V. 1 10.-1 1 and kept tlicni
Schr Emma brought 1,300 bags of
sugar. She sails this evening for Val
unac. Six of the crow of the whaler Cape
.Horn Pigeon who were taken with the
scurvy have been discharged and are
now in the hospital. Their places were
tilled by men shipped fiom this port.
The steam whaler Alliance, Capt Me
Kcuua, anived this morning 10 J days
from San FaaneUco. She had light
wind. Has no oil. Steamed most of
tlic way, came diicctly. Will remain off
poit for a few tlayr to take in stoic.
Tlie steamer Mokolii should have ar
ilved hcie last night. The cause of her
delay is not yet known.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Su.vlk is being freely ol feted
our stieets :it 95 cents.
A MCKTiN'f! of Koii'stoi's Court
Lnualilo will be held this evening at
The internal fittings for Spreckcls
& Co.'s new bank ate expected to
arrive by the Mariposa to-morrow.
Tin: Y. M. C. A. singing class
meets this evening at 7.30 o'clock,
when every member should be
The Honolulu Rilles hold their
usual weekly drill this evening at
their armory at 7:30 o'clock. Every
member should be ,pisent.
The City Market, Nuuanu street,
will have some fine grain fed pork
to-morrow morning. If you want
any, leave your orders early.
Mn. J. W. Yarick, saddler and
harness maker, can be found at No.
79 King street. Anything in his line
will be promptly attended to.
Lr.wii & Co. will have a gala-day
to-morrow. A lot, of good things
are coming on the Mariposa for
them. Be on hand and get some.
Mcssns. AY. B. Godfrey and
Chas. 'Michiels have been excused
by Justice Austin from serving on
the jury list for the April term.
Coi.oxr.i. Clans Spreckcls will give
a dinner at his residence, Punahou,
Thursday evening. The Royal IIsi
waiian'Band will be in attendance.
The S. S. Mariposa is due to
morrow morning, and may bo look
ed for at the wharf any time after
9 o'clock. She will bring dales to
the 1st inst.
The Weekly Hawaiian was on
skates last evening at the Central
Park Kink, but apparently too much
coat tail and too many corns handi
capped him so that the record was
To-night the apron and neck tie
paity takes place at the Yoseraitc
skating rink. A prize will be given
for the largest tie. A rare lot of fun
may be looked for.
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The pupils of St. Louis College
are enjoying their Ea'ster vacation
during this week. The, summer
term commences next Monday morn
ing nt 9 o'clock.
The sale of the stock of Mr. Geo.
Wood, the decamping tobacconist,
which took place yesterday, amount
ed to a little over 8200. Mr. Jamc3
Morgan wielded the hammer.
The V. M. S. S. Australia is due
on Sunday next from tho Colonies
en route "for San Francisco. Tills
will be u good opportunity for cor
respondents to answer their letters
received by the Mariposa to-morrow.
Kemumdi'.k the roller coaster and
skating rink at Central Fiuk this
Mn. M. D. Monsnrrat left yester
day by the Likclikc, to make a sur
vey of the Island of Molokni. Ho
will be absent several months.
If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
13 Ntiuanu street1 980. tf.
Tin: case of the King vs. Ioela,
larceny, an appeal from the Police
Court, is nt present occupying the
A HUMoituus sketch "The Facts
in tlic Boody Case" on first page;
'Why Gen. Grant became a Histo
rian," on fourth.
Ciiari.1i:, the Diamond Head look
out, repoi ted a man-of-war in sight
early this morning, but it turned out
later on to be n steam whaler.
Geohge Stratemeycr is putting
some more of his artistic lettering
on the windows of the Spicckels
bank building. One windows reads
" Claus Spreckcls & Co., Bankers,"
and another " Savings Bank."
Mcssns. Lyons & Levey will hold
an important credit sale on Satur
day, by instructions from G. W.
Macfarlape & Co. They will offer
Portland Cement, Havana Cigars,
Vienna bent wood furniture, English
soda water, and bundles of steel for
Keep in mind tlic doughnut socia
ble at the Bethel vestry this evening.
There will be large and small
doughnuts, fat and lean ones, light
and heavy ones, lound and twisted
ones, some for old and young, and
we hear some arc to be, specially
made for the members of the press.
A general invitation is extended.
The inmates of tho leper hospital
at Kakaako had a feast of pork,
vegetables and other good things on
Easter Sunday. Their Excellencies
the Minister of Foreign Affairs and
the Attorney General were present
to see the poor people enjoy them.
The former addressed some cheer
ing words to them during dinner.
Yesieuiuy morning, a house at
Pawaa, occupied by a Chinaman,.
Sam Clioy, was entered and 80(i in
silver wrapped up in a bilk handker
chief, and some clothes were car
ried off. The robber is a China
man, as another one saw him leaving
the house while the owner was away.
A warrant lias been issued for his
arrest, but he has not yet been
The annual meeting of the Y. M.
C. A. will be held on Tuesday
evening, April Mth, instead of
Thursday the lGth. This change is
in order ,to benefit by the presence
of Mr. II. J. McCoy, who leaves for
the Coast on the loth. The differ
ent annual reports will be presented.
Everj- member of the Y. M. C. A.
must make it a point to be present.
The young man Hartman, who
obtained fourth prize in the ten mile
race last evening, appears to be
dissatisfied with his defeat, and will
issue a challenge to skate anyone
that distance for a purse of money.
In the meantime he should learn to
turn the corners better, and also to
skate, not run. With these two faults
remedied he would be a Hart-man to
By order of the assignees of
Kwong On Tai, bankrupt, Mr. E. P.
Adams will sell on Thursday at 10
o'clock at the store, No. 9G, Nuu
anu street, the entire stock consist
ing of clothing, cutlery, glassware,
toilet and chamber sets, and hard
ware. On the 23rd, will be sold at
tho salesrooms, 1 case of leaf to
bacco, 1 case of scraps and fillings
and 900 cigars.
Some splendid horses are offered
for sale. There is a very lino span
of bay carriage horses, well broken,
double and single, one well matched
homo span, two family carriage
horses, ono heavy draught horse,
one bay marc, and four other suit
able for express or carriage. They
are all young mid sound, and no
better block could be put before the
public. Peruse advertisement for
Dr. Broom, V. S., and Capt. J.
II. Brown, of tho Board of Inspec
tors for suppression of disease
among animals, arrived home yes
terday from their tour of inspection
at Waialua. Dr. Brodie states they
found no glandercd "horses. One
animal which they particularly want
ed to inspect, had been shot and
burned a day or 'two previous to
their arrival, so they wero unable to
say what was the matter with it.
The inspectors ' ordered nil horses
that had been with this tick one to
1)0 quarantined for u time, thus tak
ing every precaution possible. The
stock in thai district and tho one
adjoining was found in excellent
order. The inspectors will probably
make a tour in a few days to tho dis
trict of Kooliiii.
CoMr-AitATivi: Rntuiura kor the
Mahcii Quauteu, 1885.
Office of the Collector General,
Honolulu, April G, 1885.
His Excellency Jno. M. Kapcna,
His Majesty'H Minister of Finance
Sir: I have tho honor to submit to
Your Excellency the table of the
principal domestic espoits
Hawaiian Islands for the
ending March 31, 1885.
The total value of the exports
during the quarter just ended
amounted to S3, 037,-173. It ex
ceeded the value of such exports
during the corresponding period of
1881 by 8230,051.
With the highest respect and es
teem I have the honor to be Your
Excellency's very obedient humble
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THE TEN MILE RACE.
The Central Park Skating Kink
was crowded last evening with an
audience assembled to witness the
ten mile race, for which the proprie
tor offered $35 divided into five
prizei. During the early part of
the evening the fioor (which is a
splendid one) was occupied by a
large number of skaters of all ages
and sizes. A few minutes after 8
o'clock the bell rang, warning the
skaters to vacate the floor. Prepara
tions were then made for the races.
The judges were Messrs. Joe. E.
Wiseman, George Markham, and
the Bulletin icprescntative. To
complete the ten miles the circuit of
the track had to be traversed 211
time3. After the scorers had been
selected, the contestants toed the
mark. They were as follows : O.
Branch, Willie White, A. Lucas,
Dick l)rfm, II. Bush, M. Hartman,
W. A. S. Benls, Wilie Lucas, II.
Auld, S. Monsariat, J. Krcmer, W.
Simras and J. S. Ginsberg. At
twenty-sis minutes past eight Mr.
Smith, the proprietor, started them
on their long journey. Before they
had gone half a lap Davis shot out,
followed by Krcmer, a big fellow
who threw out his arms in an awk
ward manner while skating. On the
fourth lap he passed Davis, but the
latter fell nnd this let up White.
After a few more laps Krcmer gave
up, followed by Auld, who had a
tumble. All this time Willie Lucaa
and Brandt wero skating a steady
race, and they both looked confident,
though tho latter was the Blower of
tho two. White had a good many
tumbles, which probably pi evented
him winning the race, He skated in
beautiful form, as did Davis, who
also lost considerable ground by
numerous falls. Many amusing in
cidents occurred during tho race,
Just nfter the -lOtli round, Monsarrat
tried to knock one side of tlic build
ing out. Ginsberg tried to kill
several ladies, nnd Heals, thinking lie
spied his grandmother among the
audience, went for hot', hut found ho
was mistaken. Theic wero several
exciting brushes between Willie
Lucai and White, and Davis and
Monsairnt, which ncie loudly ap
plauded. Hartman skated well
but lost too much giound at the
corners. Willie Lucas was the Grst
to finish the ten miles, which he did
in fifty minutes, and was awarded
the first prize, Sift; Dick Davis,
2d, 810; Willie White, 3d, So; M.
Hartman, lth, $2.50; S. Monsnr
rat, 5th, 82.50. The winner, who
is a very little fellow, skated in
splendid style and gained a great
deal by being able to keep from
falling and turning the corners so
neatly. Tho greatest order pre
vailed throughout tho evening, and
tlic rink bids fair to become a very
popular resort. .
HAWAIIAN HOTEL CONCERT.
The Band will play at the Hotel
to-morrow evening at 7:30, in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. ,7. II. Jcwctt. Tlic
following is the programme :
Overture .folly Kobber Suppe
Cavntitm Marco Visconti Peticlla
Itointtilscunrcs of Hosslnt Godfrev
l.ipollpo ka Wal o Kleile.
Selection Madame Angot I.ecooq
Gavotte The Stars Eaton
Polka You and I Faut
Aid Wela. Hawaii Ponoi.
The King vs. Kclemeneke, lar
ceny, was tried before a Hawaiian
jury, who rendered a verdict of
guilty, three jurors dissenting. The
prisoner was sentenced to imprison
ment at hard labor for two years
and to pay a line of 8150.
The King vs. Wong Lung, posses
sion ofopium. Appeal from Police
Court. Attorncy-Gencial for Crown
and A. S. Hartwell for defendant.
The Court sentenced defendant to
imprisonment at hard labor for ten
days, and to pay a line of $150.
TIT.SDAY, Al'RIL 7TH.
The King vs. Frank Mctcalf, per
jury. The Attorney-General declines
to present an indictment and enters
a nolle proicrjitt.
The King v.-t. Leong Ming, assault
and battery. Appeal from Police
Court. The Deputy Attorney-General
states that the matter has been
arranged by the parties out of
Court, and enters a nolle 2i'oicqui.
Hawaiian Conuneicial Co. vs. J.
M. Horner. Assumpsit. The case
is set by consent for trial on Mon
day, April 27th.
J. Sharron, charged with drunken
ness, was fined 85 and $1 costs.
Kekuhina (k) and Wahinealoha (w)
were charged with adultery. The
man was fined 830 and the woman
815. The case against Gus. Dellix,
for embezzlement, was discontinued.
Geo. Buckley was charged with lar
ceny of a watch and chain, value
$20, the property of Thos. Sullivan.
After hearing part of the evidence
the case was discontinued and the
defendant discharged, lvckai, for
deserting contract service from C.
Afong, was ordered to return to
employer and pay S3 costs. Jim
Puunui, for tlic same charge, had
his case settled out of court.
Mr. Boucicault is dramatizing
Ouida's novel, "Two Little Wooden
Shoes," for the tour this season of
his daughter Nina and his son Dot.
John P. Addams, the old time
actor, better known as Yankee
Addams, died recently at Boston,
The San Francisco Dramatic Com
pany is expected on the Mariposa
due to-morrow morning.
Theatres all over tho United .'Stales
arc compelled to adopt low prices,
so as to compete with the roller
skating rinks for patronage.
The London Standard says that
the Lord Chamberlain lias refused
to permit tho production of " Tlico
doia" by Mine. Sarah Bernhardt in
London on account of the immorality
of the play.
Late comers at the Leipzig (Ger
many) Stadt Theatre uro not per
mitted to occupy their scuts until the
act drop has fallen, and at Bremen
no person is allowed to enter the
auditoriums except between the acts.
A hint for Honolulu.
A good many years ago thero lived
in Barbadoes n General Hayucs,
whoso btate grn'o included n puca or
clarct-colorcd coat. He was a well
known and much lespccted character.
A Barbadian planter went to r'ngland
about that time, nnd, us is usual
with new arrivals, desired a frcili
"rig-out" ; and with this view he
took himself, when in Loudon, to n
West-end tailor. "I want ye to
jnako mo a co-att." "Ccituinly sir.
What style?" "Well, look hcie.
Ye know Gcncial Ilay-uns, down in
St. Phillips?" "No, sir. I can't
say I have the honor of the General's
custom." "Well, I want a co-ntt
like his own." "What soit of n
coat, sir, docs (lie General wear?"
"It's the color yf a yam's 'prout."
"1 beg pardon, sir, what color?"
"1 tell you the color of a yam's
prout." "What color is that, sir?"
"Well, well, me faather, if you
donn't know General llay-uns,
neither the color of a yam's 'prout,
ye cannot be much of' a tailor, and
so I wish you good day-ah!" And
the customer depailcd. West In
dian Yarn$) In A'. Jlclcc,
"What country is this?" "This?
Why, this is Amciica." "Ah, yea;
America, the asylum for the poor
and oppressed of all nations." "Xo,
not of all nations." "What nation
is excepted, I'd like to know?"
"Why, America." Gticuyo JS'eics.
Patient "Doctor, tell ' me. tlic
truth. Shall I get well?" Doctor
"I am sure you will. Out of five
persons that have your trouble, ono
generally recovers. 1 had just live
of your case, and the other four arc
dead? So you sec your chances are
extremely good." Jioslon Beacon.
A diffcicnce. "What did you
give for that bonnet, Mrs. Ciimson
bcak?" asked Mrs. Yeast, while on
their way to tlic matinee. "Twenty
two dollars!" replied the fashionable
lady, proudly. "I don't mean the
trimmings, dear. I mean the bonnet
alone." "Oh, sixteen cents."
A Chicago Canadian writes on the
Fenians exactly the sentiments of
more than a hundred thousand Cana
dians who arc now spending their
years in the United States. In 18GG
Chicago scut two full companies of
volunteers in a body to join the
Toronto regiments to repel Fenians,
while many scores of Canadians
came across the Hues for the same
purpose this at their individual cx
expensc, and all for the loic they
bore our common Canada. Thou
sands could be had in the United
States for Canadian defence were
the necessity to arise ; but it is not
likely over to do so. Montreal
-AT 'I'll 10-
Toneiiti Mm. M
April 7 Apron and Neck Tie I'.irly
fp:ize for the largest tie);
April 10 Tair ale Party;
April-14 Skating for the Cnke.
THOMAS E. WAL!., Manager.
Honolulu, April !, 1835. OSS til
Repairing, Hkicksmithing and every description in tlic Carriage and Wagon
lino manufactured. Estimates and drawings furnished for all Car
riage and Wagon building. I have alio got up a new kind of Buggy
Cait, which for cheapness and pincticahility exceeds any cart ever
bi ought to this country,
WITH Oil 'WITHOUT FOLDING TOP.
970 :im King Street, adjoining Geo.
4(7 mid if
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JUST RECEIVED, EX ALAMEDA,-On Ice, Cala Prcsh Salinon, do Flounders,
do Rhubarb, Eastern Presh Shiul, do Oysters in shell, do Orators in tins
Horse ltuiUrli HooH, Presh Cain Crab, Caulillowers, Celery, tied Cabbage
Cala Presh Asparagus.
ALSO Not on Ice, Swlsi Cheejc, Crcnin CIilujc, Mild Steclo's Cheese. Hbls Cholco
Red Salmon, y, bbl do Salmon, Smoked Halibut, Kits Mackerel, Dutch
llolomia Kbumisus, Choice C ila Family Corned Ilcef, Holland Hcrrlnc Kegs
Family Salt Pork, Ki-gs Queen Olives, Kegs Gilt Edeu Butter, Kits Salmon
BuIIIch, Canes Mackeiel in Toiualoe Saute, Ciisch Salmon Ilellie.-, Ronton
Bread In it lb thiM. trv it: Strdellcs In kci's. S-irrli.ll.w In ,lnu
ALSO Green .Mountain Maple Syrup. HiteklnM Mock Turtlo Soup, Caton Barata.
riiibhilmp', Dupeo limn?, Wliltlakui'fl Star Hams, Russian Caviar, Ken
Salt Wiitci Ciicum bore, Breakfast Uacon, Cula Dried Pigs, ami n complete
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line of btuplr and Inncy Crocviluo, all of which will be bold low.
lfil li'in at 1 td till ttnitu rif lint ilt
II1MILIHI tw MM j'Mlk'l W M1U (lt I I
Isluud Orders solicited. Telephone
PaGifSc Hardware Company
SUCCESSORS TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAM'L NOTT.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware,, Agricultural Implomonts, House Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise.
.lust received Eddy's Rcftlgcralors nnd leu Chests, new styles of Chunildlicrs
, and Library Lamp, Slnvts and Ranges, Kerosene Oil Stoves.
EST 1A.I1 I'J A.1N KW -VINO IIOAVE'i SOAJL,ES."Xei
All of which uru oH'etcd upon favorable terms.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY,
United Carriage Co.
11 LKASE lake notice that tho UNIT
. i:i) CAimiAQi: CO. (Telephone
a.'W), having been re-organized, wish
lcspectfully to inform Tourist and tho
public generally, that in order to com.
pule with another firm who prohibits
other hacks but their own from soliciting
pattonngc at the Hotel, tlioy lmto
lo'ind It neccisaiy to unite more strong,
ly, and have selected from about S!tO
liuck now running in Uonolulu, a num
ber of lirst-class teams, which lu ndUi.
tton to the teams we already Lave mnke
the UNITED CARRIAGE CO. the
strongest In Honolulu. Most of the
driven in this company, who by hard
work and perseverance have become
ownew of the teams they drive, have
agreed to conform to certain rules
deemed necessary by the managers for
the protection of Tourists and the pub
lie ugaiiiH ovcichaiging, Incivility, &c.
Two very important rules governing tho
hi vers of the UNITED CAHRIAGE
CO., ate Rule fo 1, that cipcls any
driver fiom the company who wilfully
I'hnrgci more limn tlic legitimate rates
of fare; Rule No. 2 compels any of our
drlvci s toicspoml to a Telephone call
w belief it be a Ten Cent or a Ten Dol
lar fate. Tims it can be seen that the
objeiof the company Is tD supply the
public with good teams dilven by good,
tellable men, who will do tlieir best to
give satisfaction, and hope by so doing
in merit a share of public pationage.
All complaints loft at our olllce, in the
shape ol a note directed to the managers
of tho-UNITED CARRIAGE CO., will
lreehc prompt nttention.
L'XITZil) CA It It I A UK CO.
OIllcu and Catriago Stand next door E
O. Hall's, comer of King and Port Sts.
'TMIE STORE lately occupied by
JL Sauuiel Noll, in Campbell's Block,
on Fort Street. Applv to
L. A. THURSTON,
or 15. 1 Dn.i.iMiiiAM.
Honolulu, April 1, 1885. 035 tf
npVO FINE imported Mares, four and
X five j ours old, well broken, kind
and gentle. Sold on account of depar.
ture. Inquire of
.T. 1 JIENDONCA,
or at 31. S. Grinbiu.n & Co.'s store.
KOLOA SUGAR CO.
A DIVIDEND of 1C0 per share will
be pihl to the Stockholders on
application at the olllce of
II. 1IACKFELD & CO.. Agents.
Honolulu, April 0, 1835. US8 8t
rpUK UNDERSIGNED, FKAKK
1 I1USTACE and GEORGE II. RO
BERTSON, each 6( Honolulu. Oaliu,
have this day enlercd into CO-PARTNERSHIP
under the linn name or HUS
TAUi: &. ROHKKTSON, for the puipoe
of eairying on the Dr.iying Uusiiu-s In
The IIuMiiess will lie conducted bv
Thanking our fi lends for tlieir gener
ous t-iippoil to each of us in the past, we
hope to merit a continuance of the same
in the future, as we are now better than
ever prepared to attend to alt business
in our line promptly and satisfactorily.
GEORGE H. ROBERTSON.
March 30, 1885. 993 lw
I would beg to notify the public in general that
I 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 1 am prepared to do any kind
of Carriage and Wagon work, lira first class,
.(iiirami! and practical manner. Ily close and
Iptompt attention to business, satisfactory
work, low and reasonable charges, I hope to
.soma oi tlie public patronage.
W. Lincoln, Contractor nnd Builder.
1. 0. Hox 207.