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MONDAY, MAHCH 1, 188G.
OUKANMC .. 8. CO.
Geo. W. Elder, from San FrnnoUcn
Feb. 27l!i, due March Tt.Ii.
Zcalandla, from Sydney for San Fran
cisco, Mar. 10.
Australia, from San Francisco for Colo
nic. .Mar. 13,
Stmr Klnau from Windward Ports
Mmr Llkullku from Kulmlul
Slnir Iwalani from Knitnl
Schr Nettle Merrill from Lahalna
Stmr Makcu from Katial
Schr Wnloll from Mallko
Schr Khiikal from Walalun
Schr Mary Foster fiom Waluica
Tern Lutllc Falrllcld from Hongkong
Dk C O Wliltinore from Port Townsend
Schr llalcakala from Fcpcckeo
Stmr Mokolli for Molokal
Stmr. I 1 Dow-ett for llalkn
Stmr Iwalanl for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
llktnc .John Smith for San Francisco
Schr Wnllele for Mallko
SchrWaloll for Mallko
Schr Khiikal for Walalua
Schr llalcakala for Pepcckco
Schr Nettle Merlll for I.ahalna
Stmr .las Makcc for Kapaa
Stmr Llkellko for Kahulul
VESSELS IN PORT.
Hk Majestic. Ilcrguiau
JJk Forest Queen, Winding
31k Sumatra. Olscn
Hrlg AMeRoue, Phillip-i
Itktiic.Iolm Worcester, Klttclicu
JlktucJohn Smith, Kulel
Uktuo W II Dlmond. Homllctt
HktneMary Wliiklcman, Haokus
Bgtne Coiutney Ford, Miller
llgtno G 0 Pol kins, Ackcrman
Tern Eva, Wlkman
ltk C O Whitinoiv.
Tern Lottie Fahileld,
From Windward Port", per steamer
Klnan, Fel) 28 Mrs II M Whitney, .1
CoMa. .Ill Smith. .1 I) ltrown, II M
Dow. F Pahla, Hi- K lirandt, dipt 11
Pllt, Rev A O Forbes. A Young, Jr.
I) W Reckulth, Ml Alice lleckwlth.
O U White. Hon Sam P.ukcr, Mr M
ltrown, M Loui on. V It S ICvmier.-lcv.
II Von Tempky, J II Killers, Mrslloo
knno. .1 Cunningham, lion .1 Keau. Col
Z S Spalding. W S Hazard, lion W li
Cattle. W 11 Corn well. .1 A Kaukail,
Mrs .1 M Kapena. lion F II IInyeltlen,
wife. 5 children and 2 servant, and 1(12
From Kauai, per steamer Iwalaui,
Feb 28 Hon K L Kalial, W II Rice and
f-on, Mls May Green, W W Hall. Louis
Titcouib. one Chinese and 52 deck.
From Kauuakakal and Kahidui, per
steamer Llkellke, Feb 28 W C Parke,
PNMakecand wife. K II Ilallcy. Mr
"1I M Alexander, .1 M Kaueakua. Mr
Scott, Kev .1 It Ilanalke, Mr A I)
Pearce. MUs X Wilkinson, C Feiguson,
H C Autln, Mis Ilauinal and daughter,
and IS deck.
The steamer Klnau brought 1.07-1 bag
of sugar, 15 sheep, 1 horse, 0 bales
wool, 1 10 packages bundrie and 10 pkgs
Stmr Klnau will be hauled upon the
Marine. .Railway to-morrow morning
and will sail for Windward L'oit ii
bably on Wednesday.
Stnu-Likellke brought "fi'i bags of
sugar yesterday. She sails to-morrow
Stmr Iwalani brought 1,020 bags of
Migar from Kauai ye-teiday. She sails
at 5 o'clock this afternoon tor Kauai and
Xilhaii, and will return about Fiiday.
Schr Xettle Merrill brought 2 llol bags
of sugar from Laliaiua biuiday. Her
(lying jibboom was carried away while
on her way to Lahaina.
Stmr Jas Makee brought 2,710 bags
of sugar and 20 bag- of paddy this
morning. She sails to-morrow at noon
for Kapaa via Walanae.
The bk O O Whitnioro, Capt Thomp
son, arrived this morning, 24 days from
Port Townend with 017,701 ft lumber,
10,000 laths and 2 spars to Allen &
At 7 o'clock ji. m., February 20th, at
the residence of Mrs. Staples, Adams'
Lane, Miss Florence Ilaibour, a native
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
l'Aciric Coast news on fourth page.
. .i i
BooK-KKumo class at the Y. M.
C. A. room at seven this evening.
Mahcii comes in like a bird of para
dise in Honolulu: the lion or tlio
lamb is nowhere.
Kai.toitn of Wniinen has Hindu n
hcientific failure thousands of liabil
ities and no assets.
Tin: candle race at tho Yoeinito
Kink Saturday night was won by
Tin: Cuntral Park rink will pio
hably lie rented by the Government
for tliu Honolulu militia.
MiissuB. laukca, Markhaiii and
Jkirtlonian went gunning to Koolau
iin Saturday and haggid 20 biids.
Tub lmzzlo7''7lrower t,f Hannoi,"
was concctly poifoimed in two
minutes mid 20 seconds on Saluiday
Laihks' riding pajticrt 1110 of daily
oceiirionco out tho Piilania mud,
giving a gay appearance to Unit
Sti:ajii:i; Iwalani sails this ovonini;
for ICauai and Niiliuu. She calls at
tho latter jilactJ tu get tlio I'lanter'a
poller if jiossiblc.
i''D! V'niftkcn MM Co,, ITiln, nro
go'tii; lo experiment with rtittlo
petroleum, as fuel for their locomo
tives, instead of coal.
A iii'sisess meeting of the Strait
gns' Friend Society will ho Ik Id at
the Chinese Y. M. C. A. htiilding at
2 p. M., Tuesday, March 2nd.
Mn. Nocdham discovered a man
prowling round his house, Ntiuanu
alley, the other night, hut while
pelting hid gun the intruder look
" IIistokv of the Chinch from
Christ's time to the end, ay pre
sented in the lit st tlueu chapl ts of
Revelation," is the subject in the
Onk of Mr. Jus. Dodd's express
I'lirriugcrt urn nway on Hotel slreet.
yesteidny afternoon, luit was slopped
lifter lunning a few blocks by Mr. .1.
Rtown. No damage.
A heI'okt was Hying about this
morning, that the Minister of the
Interior had resigned. Kniiuiiy at
lie Uoverninent building showed it
to be a baseless rumor.
Tub auction sale of family iesi
deuce and household furnituie at
Waikiki, adveitised, last week, by
Messrs. 11 1'. Adams it Co. U r the
10th inst., is postponed until the
Miss. Singer's bakery store, corner
of Queen and Kichaids stieet, has
leeeived a coat of paint, and bake
shop and fences one of whitewash,
making a great inipiovcniont in the
appearance of the pieniises.
A Mixrixti of the lioaid of Educa
tion was to be held this afternoon,
the principal business being the con
sidetation of Mr. Walter Hill's re
signation of the Principalship of Hie
Reformatory and Industrial School.
Gi:i:at interest was manifested in
Hie sale of the Hose Hunch property
on Maui, at auction by K. P. Adams
it Co. to-day. Hon. .las. 1. Di.wsett
was the purchaser at $81,1)00, h iving
advanced on n hid of $81,000 by Col.
Mn. Clarke has shown us a cir
cular card, about (1 inches in dia
meter, containing about 20 specimens
repie.-enting IS families of Hawaiian
fcnih. They are arranged in ;v very
tasteful manner, piodueing a pleas
Road Supervisor Unit says that if
the fellow that stole elothiiu ftoin
lii.j veranda the other night will re
turn the memorandum hook that
w.tr. in a pocket of the stolen c at, lie
(Mr. llait) will leave an old gr.-ment
and a plug hat on the veranna and
ask no (ine.slions.
Mn. Hart, Road Supervh'ir, is
making extensive improvements at
the foot of Punchbowl. Finn lihowl
street is being extended and a -10
foot bridge built over the creek". Mr.
Hart has nli-o leplaccd old v loden
Mippoits of bridges with 'subs .mtial
biiek euherts at Mauiiahia.
A iikavy rain sloun at W..iinea,
Kauai, last Thursday did slight
damage to Waimea bridge and Hood
ed the country. .Mr. Reiinen.-ehnei-iler
lias leci-ived informatiou direct,
showing that teports of ext"iisive
il.unage aie exaggerations. Only a
few pieces of timber were i arried
Mit. Julius II. Smith, Supeiinten
dent of Public Works, has made a
pieliminary examination of a -itn for
watei-works for Hilo. lie b is also
examined the beach at Kaihia. Keau
Iiou and Kawaihao, witli a n iew to
locating pioposcd landings. Mr.
Smith returned fiom Hawaii yester
day, along witli Mr. .1. Riown, C. K.
'I'm: investigation of tho bankrupt
estate of S. .1. Levey it Co,, giocers,
was further continued in tlio Su
pi enio Com t before Judge Preston this
afternoon. Mr. Levey was examined,
Mr. A. .1. Cartwright, one of tlio as
signees, with Messrs. C. Brown and
F. M. Hatch, counsel, being piesont.
At two o'clock the proceedings were
adjourned till half-past one to
morrow. Miss Florence Harbour, the invalid
California!! lady who sufl'ercd from
the shock of the Planter going on
tlio rocks at Xiihau, she being a pas
senger, died last evening at 7 o'clock,
at tho house of Mr. Staples, Adams
Lane. Tlio funeral takes place from
there at !1 o'clock this afternoon.
Friends of the lato Miss Harbour are
expected by tho next steamer from
A iiohsi: attached to a most elabor
ately painted carriage, with fancy
harness, was hitched lo (he Chinese
Theatie on Queen stieet yi uteiday,
while the owner boaidetl a voscol
lying close by. Owing to some
unseen phenomena tho animal be
came stupefied, piobably by tho
ellluvia emitted fiom a little squaio
hole in the side of tho building, ami
fell to the ground in a heap, breaking
tho harness in about seven places.
Two beautiful shotguns, tlio finest
ever impoitcd into this kiiigdoiu, aro
to-day cm exhibition at tho i'IHcch of
tl. ', Maefailane it t'o. Tln-y weie
niado to the order of .lames Olds and
Clins. 11. Wilson, by tho meat gun
inaiuifacturein of Finland, .Messrs.
)V. 0, Scott it .Sun. The yiins are
tlio finest that can be mado by these
celebrate jiiaiiiifacturors, . ml cost
fi!Ji)0 each. Tjicy will bo tlclivcied to
their owneis to-morrow, mil all
bjiortiui; jucii slioulil not fail to bco
riiul nxnmlno the o tor H.ip pieces,
hcfoio they no i iken i .1' by their
Ilo.v. V. C. Pake utii'ited from
.Maui by the Likuliko ycstculay.
There were seven for ign vessels
anchored at Kahu'ui on . "in fc steam-
er's arrival Thursday bo-'. She lowed
the Fen is S. Thompton out to sea
that day and a tern n Saturday,
leaving five, veseeh waitnii; for fciwar,
that was being sui plied
. fust as the
'f sugar a
to run the
ill is well
r by a pipe
mills in opciation coul
They are making SO ton
day at SproekeU .lie, I i
there is not water "iiotif i.
mill. Tim Recipi jcity u
supplied with motive pi
leading fiom a ie rvoir ,
tains. All the m.'ls in i
ieiuiiing water, M' Pin"
have to adopt sim 1 r
Usually in Fcbrin ry l! ' re
than an abiiudani ' of
region, hut this yi ir a ji
.n in that
A noon sulkv
is for s..le at C.
Miller's llusincss Agency
A room occtii led by Captain
Hempstead, in tl two-' ory house
at the coiner of King 'ind Alnkc.i
streets, was entered by a robber on
Saturday night. The captain was
asleep, not awaking uniil morning,
and then in a dazed cctulition sug
gesting the probability that chloro
form had been used to stupefy him.
A large trunk in the room was ran
sacked, S22.50 in money, besides
many other articles, bei'ig canied
off. Fragments of burned paper,
together witli liankercliiefs partially
consumed, were found in the trunk,
showing the burglar lo have been an
utterly reckless person in respect of
other people's lives as veil as pro
perty, lie bad evidently been
burning paper to give himself light,
ami it is fortunate that be did not
thus produce :i teiriblo lire. Kn
trance appears to have ui.cn effected
by loosening the catch of a blind.
This morning the house of a
Chinaman, opposite tin Woodlawn
Dairy premises, Vunal jii, was en
tered after the owner li: d left for
town with vegetables, i nil a sum of
money, also a quantity of clothing
and provisions, stolen.
0AHU COLONIZATION Tils OUTLOOK.
Mr. Herbert Reeve, of New
South Wales, Austialia. arrived here
by the Mariposa, two weeks ago,
en route to the I nited Slates. Mr.
Reeve has large interest1 in sheep
and cattle raising in Australia, and
was induced by hciu'Lig of the
fame of the Hawaiian lblands, to
remain over and "do" t le country
so far as time would permit. lie
has just returned from a six days'
expedition round ( i.ui, during
which time ho visite', iloiiouliuli,
Waimea, Kawai'oa i 1 Kaluiku
ranches, and is i ivora M" impressed
with the practicability iJ converting
those areas into fair s i'-l profitable
homesteads far a large population.
The Iloiiouliuli and Ka'ttiku proper
ties he cousulcrs i cept10nall3'
good, not only in the i. aural rich
ness of soil but also 11 the eleva
tions being at sii'-h an iverngc level,
about JtO feet, al ove t sea, as to
secure for the lands 1 tine natural
drainage. Mr. Reee is of the
opinion that artesian wdlis placed
along tho foot of t' mountains,
which form the hcadl-nds of the
cultivable areas, wouh. 'jo likely to
secure all needed water for iriiga
tion purposes, and considers that
once the colonization company is
far enough advanced o provide the
water supplies, the whole region will
he immediately availubie for settle
ment. He speaks in u 1 ins of com
mendation of the condition of the
stock on the lands, and says that in
the event of the properties being
divided up so that fatting paddocks
can be fenced off from the runs, the
facilities for turning off fat cattle
will be much superior to those of
Australia, on account of the uni
formity of the Hawaiian climate.
Mr. Reeve's personal observations
have resulted in his determining to
take considerable interest, financi
ally and otherwise, in the coloniza
tion scheme, and believes that if it
were well ventilated in the Colonies,
persons of means, interested in the
production of sugar, would take
hold of it, without Imitation.
Another collection, for the balance
due on the second tower of Kau
makapili church, w w taken at the
church yestcrtlay 11101 ning. There
was a very lnrcc ami'ii'iicis present.
On the pulpit platfonn were the
l'ustor, Rev. ,J. Wniiinmu, Rev. S.
Kaili, of Waikapu, .Maui, Itov. S.
Waiwniole, and Mr. Henry Water
house. At 1 1 o'clock ills Majesty
the King, attended by Col. Jiuld,
arrived, and took sous on the plat
form. In the body of the church
were tho ollicers of the dlffcient
volunteer coinpanicj. and also de
tachments of tlio King's Own,
Prince's Own, Hoynl Guards, and
the Lclciohokn (iiurds. In the
congregation wero sc itcd tho lions.
A. 1 Pacliaolc, J. 1 can, V. l'aliia,
K. L. Kauai, .1. L. Kuiliikou, and
F. II. IlayseltUn. j.J er the arrival
of His Majesty tin tollcetion was
proceeded witli. Iir. Watcrliouso
elated Hint 68'JO were noorlcil to
finl!i paying for tlio lower. The
work on'it was done. Tho building
committee had examined it the day
before, and found it perfectly satis
factory, and completed according to
contract. He had no doubt that the
necessary amount would be raised.
In a little over n half an hour the
Treasurer reported the amount re
ceived from the various committees
and tho audience, including several
pledges then paid, to ho 8GI0.I0.
Mr. Waterhotise then thanked the
nudience for the amount received,
and stated that many of them would
remember that his father had promis
ed to give $500 to the church fund
upon eoinpleti'Ui of the .second
tower. It being linished, he was
prepared to ptij that pledge to-day,
and deposited on the table n hag of
money in silver and certificates
amounting to S.100. This swelled
the collection to 81,1 l."i.l.r). Mr.
Watcrhousc then called for pledges
for seating the audience room up
stairs. A little over S700 was pro
mised, to be paid in April, including
S100 from J. T. Waterhouse, Sr.
The pastor then asked His Majesty
to make a few leinarks. He stated
that he was veiy glatl that they had
raised such a large amount, and he
hoped lo meet them again there in
April, when they must be prepared
to pay the pledges they had made
that day. Then the benediction was
pronounced and the audience dis
persed. i" 1 '
Adam llaiideau once heard a wo
man of fashion say of some young
girl just entering the world, who
was remarkable for her self-possession:
"She could go into a room
full of duchesses and not be afraid."
Miss AVcst, the eldest daughter of
the British Minister, has this season
taken the housekeeping duties fiom
the butler. She says, "I like house
keeping. One is so much happier
and better to be busy, you know."
Ssin ITmiicisiio, Cal.
coiieqiiencc of the death of the
owner of this well known nroncrir.
tho whole establishment is ollcrcd for
sale, and will be ilWptwd of as an en
tirety, olVering n favorable opportunity
to any one tlleposfd to enter into this
business. Tlio Mills for cleaning unci
hulling are of the most approval pat
tern, wilh a Cor'iss Kntjitio of 1001ior-o
power, built in lt'S.J, with all the latest
inipiovcinento; iilo, a superior Boiler
ami all Machinery neeeiuj for dean,
ing Klce ready for immediate use.
Tlie land upon which the structure la
erected is held by leu'-c, expiring July
lf 1887, with the privilege of 5 years' ex
tension upon veiy favorible terms, or
the Mills and Machinery can be lenlov.
etl if so desired. For further parti
culars, apply to
Joni:s & Co , Van F.aueisco. 1 58
A first-class Baker's and Family Flour.
FOR SALR WY
CASTLE & COOKE.
A. Icv CusIcm ol'
just received, ex bark Lrnspiing.
Departure Bay and
For sale in quantities lo suit.
N. II. When ordering coal ask If you
gut SJ ,000 or !,210 lbs. per Ton. Wo sell
IoiikToiis. (Mini) WILDKK&CO.
AFLW lino Itiilltllni; Lots on Here
tania Sii-et't. Apply lo
M. D. MONSAURAVT,
27 Merchant 81 reel.
TO KENT, 01 1 EAT
t COTTAOK of (! Rooms.
Olllce. Apply to
J. ALFItr.I) MAOOOX,
42 Menilinnt Street. -IS tf
Election of Ollicers.
AT the Annual Meeting of tho Ha
waiian Aijrlculluial Company
held on tho Sl.it January, tho following
ollicers wero tlected to .crvo forlho cur
IIo.s. Cuas. It. Itisuoi1 President
Mn. Sam'i. C. Au.i:. Vice-President
Mn. P. U. Jom.s Treasurer
Mil. Josiu'ii O, Oaiitkii Secretary
Mn. Tom May Auditor
Directors Mem. 0. 1 . lJishop, Mr.S.
O. Allen and Mr. P. O. Jones
Scc'y Hawaiian Agricultural Co,
Honolulu, Jam SJ, 18-0. Hi lm
IMU 1BI WM-U UUUUDU HJLIIUJ3LJBW
r. 0. Pox '!
ilfIS & CO., GROCERS
Or and C
'ontinually on the wny
Goods deliver '1 to
P. J. 30X .1j.
KSTA LIS! 1
CVlILllIL'.S LOCK, .
Uori;er of Fort Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a In-ge ami carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine I Wishing Goods,
Custom-Mado C thin r.(autl Hats and Caj)s
1 1 all 11b Late: t Styles mi Patterns.
,iF - tYular atlentlon !cal.
J(H1! I0TT, Id 8
v 'liandeliers, Z
WA ,ER PIPE ind
1Xrl ' - ". J 1 1M11 m 1
4j1'W ""- y-k!
SHEET IRON WORK.
J Vrt!HH 3IlllfCJ',
Co r of Alakca fc Ki..g St-
routhes Cleaned and Icd.
4 Adams I.anc
M.iH t'j ''d and prcped,
'call -i eleanetl ami curled,
Nall? sttaws sewed In nil the 'atcst
Leir given In thlrty.Lix 1.1. 'In of
a cy v o k. with tlinwiug nnd p. .lin
Onkii 'iikcn for all kintU of 1 dim,
1 ... ,1".ri
lcnc-3 Business U Purcbasintj' A cnt.
My 1 n l faithful ultenliuij win be
given for tlio
Pui x iaso ot Morcham se
Ho 11 11I11 for the residents if the
I s ral Inlands of this grou . 1)
,V"A SMALL Ulnck r. I Tan
1 r DOO, with a little urn
end of tnll, answers nan'"
v-of PKT. A fair ewai 1
Ken upon return of f one 1 1
ll. la ol
A tHcc assortment of Biscuits just received,
alk i Tuesdays mill Fridays.
Llonoliilti, I-I. I.
Cutom Hniisn Itrokcr,
Manager llawnlian Opcia Homo,
jcnl Flru and Life Insurance Agent.
i.n elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
Kaalmmanu Street i
,nd Tin Ware !
amps and Lanterns,
Y ee()ing Goods,
'..IN, CDPPER AHD
Yoscmilc Skating Kink,
Will be open every afternoon and even.
Ing tu follows:
day unit Miitui-ttny DvciiIiich.
To tho public in general.
For ladies and gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen and children,
Friday and Saturday KveningR; also,
the Tuesday Matinee.
March 5 Potato Race for Prize,
" G-Slow " "
" 12-Canily Party,
" 13-Orango Race for Prize.
THOS. E. WALL, Manager.
Notice of IjCltcrs l'ntuiit.
ALL persons aru heiuby notitled that
Letters Patent wero Issued bv tho
Hawaiian Government to JAMES
KBXNBY of Honolulu on the 10th day
of December, a. 11 188.1, for an improve
tnent in brake, gig and chaise spritigs,
and that said Letters Patent eru as.
signed by tliu said Janu's lCenney to tlio
Hawaiian Carriage Mannfacturinsr Com
pany on the ii'Jnd tin) of December, a.v,
1B8.1, wherefoiu tliu said llnwail.m Car.
rlage ManufactiirinB Company hereby
warns all pur.on against Infrln-'ing on
tho said Letters Palonl.
IIAW'N CARRIAGE MANF'fl Co.
I Honolulu, Dec. M, 18i5, 208 tl