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THURSDAY, 3IAHCI1 I. 188G.
Stiur J I Dowett from I'aia
Schr Llliollho from Xllhnu
Schr Emma from Olowalu
Schr Mann from llonoimi
Sltur Kll.uiea Hon from Windward 1'orM
Stmr Kliiuu for Wlndwuid Ports
llkttiu John Smith for San Francisco
Schr Walehu for Kauai
Ilk Forest (Juuuii for San FranoUco
Schr Xottlc Morrill for l.ahaina
Stmr 0 K liUliup for llamakua
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr l.ehun for llamakua
Schr Ltika for Kohohdolc
Uk Majestic for I'ugct Sound
Uk Sumatra for I'uget Sound
Schr Jennie Walker for S b Island
For Wlndwaid I'ortH, per KtmrKlnaii,
March I The Mles Tell, Mrs 0 F
llait, Mr .7 llallahan and wife. .1 II
Ellors. II C Amthi.
For San FiniicUco, per hark Forest
Queen, March ! Col Sam XorrN, L I
Low and Dr Jlraudt.
Lehua mU to-morrow
The 1'clo went on the Marine Itnll
wuy till- morning ami the Lieu U tow
Iiuj mud cow i.
Stmr DowftCtt arilved this morning
with 750 bags of sugar from J'ala. SI. '
falls again tiiN '1 p in.
Stmr C It ItMiop calk at -1 o'clock
tliN afternoon for llamakua.
Tlio hark Forest Queen sailed this
afternoon for San FraneNco with 13,
28S hags of sugar, 1.000 hags of rice ami
110 hhli of mobiles. Value $7 1,620.
Schr Maua hrought 1,110 bag- of
The hktuo John Smith willed till-
nfternnon for San FrancUco with 17 -110
hag1- of ciigar, 2,01'.!, 11SS poumW, ami
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Uox plan for tho Merry Milker
now open at Wiseman's.
II. It. 11. l'niNcns.s Likeliko is at
home, Wuikiki, from '.i to h this
Tiik Trustees of tho Honolulu
Library and Heading Koont Associa
tion meet this evening.
Kkoulak cash sale by L. J. Levey
to-morrow, among other articles ti
White sowing machine.
Tiik monthly meeting of tho Ho
nolulu Killos last night was deferred
until next Wednesday evening.
Tiik schoonor Liholiho arrived this
morning fiom Niihau with all of the
Planter's machinery except tho
To-day, March -itb, irf the first
anniversary of tho tucfeent Denio
eiatic administration of the United
Ykstkkday afternoon tho inmates
of the Leper Hospital, Kakaako,
wero treated to a concert by the
A oooi) ehanco to got supplies of
various sorts is nilbrded by tho sale
of the ship Stirlingshire immigrants'
stores by Levey on Monday.
A i'Aktial eclipse of the sun is an
nounced for to-morrow, beginning
hero at 10:20 A. M and ending at
1 :20 p. m. Smoked glasses will be in
A dividend of one dollar per Hharo
lias been declared by the People's
Ico and Refrigerator Co. Tno new
officers of tho company are announced
in this issue.
Tin: Library chess club paity was
disturbed tho other evening by the
appearance of a huge centipede,
causing tho whole company to mount
chairs like so many women.
Hugo ICawelo, tho Hawaiian youth
who has been learning the iion-work-ing
business with Mirrlees, Watt-uii
& Co., Glasgow, has returned homo
by tho ship Stiilingshirc, much bene
litpd by tho voyage.
Louis Ganiba, an Italian, formerly
chief cook at the ltoyal Hawaiian
Hotel, died in one of tho cottages of
that establishment. Funeial services
wero held at tho Itonmn Catholic
Cathedral. Tlio body has been em
balmed and will bo sent to the Coast
Sunsciiii'TiONH aro being mado by
nicmbors of the Hawaiian Jockey
Club to a fund for having a board
fence erected all lound tho race
courso at Kapiolani Pail: before the
great meeting of Juno 11 and 12. It
is estimated that this improvement
will cost ROOO.
Tiik joint entertainment to-morrow
(Fiiday) evening at tho Y. M. G. A.
Hall will commence at 7 o'clock.
Tho first half of the piogranimo will
bo furnished by tho Boy's Branch.
All members of tho Y. M. C. A. and
of tlio Boys' Branch, with their
.families, aro invited.
A aviiolk orchestra of musical in
strunionts, of divers patterns, is being
put oih board tho schooner Jennie
Walker to-day. dipt. Lovoll, the
supercargo, when ho grasps tho ac
cordeon will niako tho wild waves
take seats in tho gallery and tho
stormy potrels shriek with envy be
hind tlio scenes,
Am nttompt wan miulo potno ;lmo
lust night to outer n Chinaman's
ihop on the corner of Korettuila unci
Mmniikcii streets. A board in tho
tour was purfoiatcd with an auger
atioH its wliolo breadth, eo that it
could easily bo removed. Something
intisl huvo caused tlio lioiiKe-breaker
to retreat before- cfteci'iig his object,
as tho board wai left in its place.
At the meeting of the Manicd
Men's Hasoball Club yesterday, the
name was changed to Ilenediet, and
tho following olllcers were elected:
President, J. O. Spencer; Seeietary
and Treasurer, . I. M. Dowsett; Cap
tain, .1. II. Castle. I'raclico will begin
shortly, and the League matches in
Apiil. The Makiki recication grounds
have been improved and furnished
with water at an expense of JfJtOO.
The League will meet for election of
olllceis on Wednc-day next.
Mil. John Markhain's native boy
discovered that some fowls were miss
ing fiom the picmiscs, Moanalua,
this morning. Ho came down town
to look for the biids among the mails
of Chinatown, and was rewaidcd by
rinding live of them in tlio posses
sion of a Meek street merchant
named Ah Qui. The Chinainiui was
Hi von in charge of the police, and on
In ing taken to tho Station House
raid lie bought tho chickens from a
native boy. After being registered
the accused was permitted to go out
to look for the lad in question.
Mn. Wiseman will to-morrow begin
i canvass of leading citiens, to raise
i fund of $1,500, the amount required
to bring Signer K. Cnmpobollo here
in April witli the following opera
company, namely : Miss May Mitchel
Spring, the Joran sisters (!1), and .Mr.
Sebastino Hill. Thine is not much
apprehension felt that the required
sum will not bo obtained. Mr. Cart
wright has had a private letter from
,i friend abioad, testifying to the high
ttputation the Signor has won in
Kuiope. Other pinmiucnt residents
know the members of the company
to bo genuine operatic aitists. There
will be six concerts in the sciics, to
be given on alternate nights.
Ahout noon to-day a native named
Kauai was taken with a severo attack
of hemorrhage of the lungs, while
walking on King street near Castle
&. Cooke's store. He was assisted
into his house in tho rear of that
place, where a reporter found him
sitting on the lloor in a pretty weak
state, and, asking him through an
interpieter brought in from the street
if ho did not wish the Hospital
physician called, was answered,
"Aole;" that he would bo better when
relieved of the blood, and it made
him feel bad to go to the doctor. Tho
poor man looked very emaciated, and
those who know his case say there
is not much chance of his surviving
the night. Ho had a similar attack
live years ago.
GHASINC A BURGLAR.
exciting lU'isom: at tiik macfaiilani:
KKSIDKXCK LAST NIGHT.
An attempt was made last night
to burglarize the premises of Mrs.
E. Maefailano, at Waikiki. Mrs.
Macfarlane first noticed, about mid
night, a movement of tlio blind on
her window. Looking out, she no
ticed the form of a man near the
door. The fellow was evidently
prospecting on tho probabilities of
effecting an entrance. Mrs. Mnc
farlane, on hearing him at tho blind
again, got up, and gave an alarm
signal by electric bell to Mr. Edward
C. Maefailano, whoso cottage is
near by, tho two cottages and sta
bles being connected by electric
bells. Mr. Edward hastily dressed
himself and ran over. Passing the
nearest corner of Mrs. Macfai lane's
house, to reach the front, he no
ticed a man running from tho rear,
and started in pursuit. The in
truder was then about 25 fcit from
the front porch. Mr. Macfarlane
called to him to stop or he would
ohoot, but he kept on his way, when
a shot was fired over his head j ho
was called again to stop, and again
a shot was fired over his head. Mr.
Macfarlane kept up tho pursuit and
was gaming on him, until about 100
yards from the house, when ho shot
at him in earnest. Mr. Clarence
Macfarlane was, by this time,
wakened up, and called out to
know what was the matter. He
was informed, and invited to come
out, which ho did, and also fired
after the fugitive. Not suic that
his brother knew tho relative posi
tions of himself and the retreating
robber, Mr. Edward stopped and
called to him not to shoot, but to
join in tho chase. Both brothers
now continued tlio chase, until tho
fugitive wns outside the lot, and
were gaining on him. They would
have effected a capture had not Mr.
Edward accidentally tripped against
the ground stop of the gate, which
interrupted the pursuit, and the
fellow got off. This morning, a
formidable sling shot was found ou
the premises, which seems to indi
cate that tho rulllan was a profes
sional criminal. Ho seemed to be
certainly a white- man, rather stoutly
built, wearing a sloWhcd hat and
dark overshlrt tucked in his pants.
Humors about tho streets this morn
ing of a robber being in the house,
and the brothers shooting at each
other in tho dark, aro whole canards,
STARTLING DISCOVKM'NK.sIt HONOLULU
STOLEN" 1IOG3 rENNi:!) USDEU
On Sunday last Itr. Kiehard
Gcrke, tho well-known fanner and
stock-raiser at Moanalu., about thrco
miles from Honolulu was away
from his house a short t me. On his
return he made the d! eovery that
during Ins absence se entccn pigs
belonging to him had b cm inveigled
away fiom their pcns,nl? o that a horso
and saddle were gon ', and nono
of the property to be found in a
thorough search of tho whole ranch.
The following day rcv(.dcdno cluo
to the missing stock, b t about two
o'clock on Tuesday Morning, the
wind having changed 'n the mean
time, the distant sound of a porcine
concert squealing was borne on tho
breeze through the ranchman's
chamber window. Mr. Gerkc sprang
from his couch and in a ,'cw moments
was striding toward tin- foothills of
the Ilalawa mountain , from the
direction of which tl" suspicious
notes were carried on he wings of
tho wind. It may here e mentioned
that about two wcel previously
eight pigs had been st ui from his
ranch. As Mr. (Jeiko i Ivanced, the
squealing grew moio strongly-defined,
until it led him t an opening
in the side of a hill. The nperture
was barred with sticks, .vliich being
removed without mu h difllculty
revealed a soniewluitsp,. .'ious cavern.
Entering the sublerraii an chamber
Mr. Gerkc found tli.cvn of his
stolen pigs, crying for icir morning
meal. They had only to be shown
the open gato o" the . prison, to
induce them to rush ou and scamper
back to the ranch. A ler daylight
several natives on ho .eback were
seen in the vicinity of t 10 cave. Mr.
Gcrke had come to tov. on Monday
and notified Mr. Da .on, Deputy
Marshal, of his losb j, and was
advised to place the case in tlio
hands of the nuthonJes of Kw.i
District, in which hit property is
police coin r.
civil case .
Lam Yip vs. Ghing 'Jug and Len
Mung; J. E. Wiseman, garnishee.
Assumpsit on note, $1'J.G7. Judg
ment for plaintiff, with costs, $134.
27. Garnishco discharged. Ashford
& Ashford for nlaintiil .
II. S. Tregloan vs. -I
man. Action covenant
$200. Plaintiff amen Is
for two months' rent instead of one.
The property in question is the
Saratoga House, and I as had a long
succession of tenants within a short
time. The case was continued for
judgment till 8th ins'.. Ashford &
Ashford for plaintiff, ! . B. Dole for
L. B. Kerr vs. I. B Peterson ; C.
F. Wolfe, garnishee. Assumpsit for
$74. Judgment confessed, with
costs, $97.28, and ,amishee dis
charged. Appeal nott d by plaintiff.
Dissolution of C-psirtiior-
rpiIE partnerthip hep oforo existing
A between MAX J.CKAHT and
JOSEPH IIUBASH, under the II tin
name of the Hnuuiiau J wel Manufac
tory, is this day disso' ed by mutual
consent. The business 'ill ho carried
on by Mr. MAX EOKAFT, who will as.
sume all tlio debts of si.: 1 concern, and
nil mils uuo will Do nave ilo to iilm
MR. MAX ECKAUT.
Jeweler, hni renio
formerly occupied by J.
doir to Win G. If win
rjIlr; undeisigncd hej
X tenlion of 1'lanlcrt
may want to move a sue
ed to tlio store
. Palmer, next
A, Co.'s. Fort
. to call the at
mil others who
';t9lon of lljdit
loads for moderate dibit ,ces to the
By which a nearh oonti nous stream of
sugar cane or oilier n itoiial inuy he
moved by means of eetrlc motors
drawing bucket", haske i or other con
tainers along a stationa ' steel rod sus
pended on posts, the pn ver being sup.
plied at a central Mutioi oy means of a
steam engine or water .ower working
on electric dynamo.
This system duos not rofess to com
neto with tramways wI'Mutho ground
Is suitable for such a i dJo of convey,
mice, buithoclrcuiiibtnn ts under which
its advantages arc aiinai nt are:
Where tho ground Is cry rough, un
even or gulchy, or whe tlio gradients
are steep, as It has no di 'lenity in draw,
ing a load up an incline of 1 in 10;
Where tho space for tiamwuy can.
not well be spared, or ver swumps or
other ground lmprnct able for tram,
It can ho tnken aloni tho high road
with as much facility md with little
moro obstruction to the 'ralllc than by a
lino of telephone posts;
It has tho advantages if the overhead
wiro rope system witlw .it Its disadvan
tages, as there is not a 1 nig wlro ropo to
drug with its attendant 'fiction and loss
of power, whilst it cat. turn ou sharp
The main lino can bo moved to differ
ent positions at a model itu expense.
A lino is now working at Glj tide la
For further particulars anil cost, ap
W. 3.. KEKX,
Agent for tho Telphciago Company,
Limited, of Lomloi , also, Agent for
John Fowler & Co. l ltailwavs and
Steam Plows, and virrlees, Watson
& Co.'s Sugar Macl .nery. 1!(W lm
Executor's & Trustee's Sale
NOTICE Is hereby given that, by
order of Alexander J. Carlwrlght,
Br., the Executor und Trustte of tho last
wid and testament of Emma Knlclcoua
)anl, deceased, und under licence of the
Supreme Court, wo are authorized to sell
at Public Auction, at our salesroom, on
Queen St., In tho City of Honolulu,
the 23d day of March, 1880,
At lil o'clock noon, nil tho rlgbtj title
and interest of the said Emma knlelc
otinliuil, of, In uud to tho following de.
1 Tho Ahupuaa of WAIAIIA 1, sltuato
In Komi, Island of Hawaii, and eon.
tabling nn area of 27ilJ ncroi, and he.
ing moro particularly described hi
Koyal Pulrnt 1030.
2 Tho land known as KOLOAKIU,
situate in Walplo, District of Hiima
kua, Island of Hawaii, containing an
area of 30 (0400 acres, and being
Apana 3 of Hoynl Patent 1G05, Land
Commission Award 8515 U.
3 The land sltuato at KULAHUHU,
Lnlmlnu, Maui, containing nn area of
I -108-1210 aere, and described in
Koyal Patent Grant -182.
t The Ahupuaa of ULAINO.f-iltinto In
ihe District of Kooluti, Island of
Maui, and being the same ns appears
by Koyal Patent 2237, Land Coini
slon Award 8518 B. Area unknown.
5 That certain piece of land situate at
PCIW'A, Honolulu. Oahu, and con
tain"' an area of 55-100 of an acre,
and being more particularly described
In Koyal Patent Grant 2100.
fi That certain land Mtuati' at KAHU-
LL'I, Kona, Hawaii, containing nn
nieaof 1 !M0 acres, and moro parti
cularly described In Hoval Patent
(S277 A, Land ConunNsIoii Awaid
7 Tlio-e two certain pieces of land situ,
ate at l'UAKO, Lahalna, Maul, and
containing an area together of l.
acres, nniT being !pauas 4 und 5 of
Koyal Patent 0777, Land Commission
Award 5 IS:t.
8 That ccitaln land situate at PUKIIU
KI1U, Lahalna. .Maul, and containing
an area of 2.1 peiohes and being de
seiibed 111 Koyal Patent 1707, Land
Conunls'don Awaid fi875.
0 The Ahupu.ia of KAHL'Ll.'I, situate
in Kona, island of Hawaii, and being
Apana 2 of ltoyal Patent ItifiU, Land
Commission Award 8510 It, Area un
known. 10 The Ahupuaa of ICALAMA, sltuato
In Kona, Island of Hawaii, and hclng
Apana 2 of Koyal Patent Kir,!), Land
Commission Award Soli! It, Area un
known. 11 The Ahupuaa of PA1IOKIIOK situ
ate In Kona, Island of Hawaii, and
being the same as dccilbed In Land
Commission Award 851!) 1J, Area un
known. 12 The Ahupuaa of WAIAKA 1, sltuato
at Walmoa. District of South Kohala,
Island of Hawaii, and being Apana 1
of Koyal Patent Hiii'J, Land Commis
sion Awaid 85K! U, Aiea unknown.
13 That cei tain pleco of land situate
hi PAKALA, Lahalna,' Maul, and con
taining nn area of 1 aero 22 perches
and being described hi ltoyal Patent
18711, Land ConiinUshm Award 851!) It.
14 That certain pleco of land situate in
PAKALA, Lahalna, Maul, containing
an area of 38-100 of an acre, and de-,
scribed In ltoyal Patent 1 1'JU, Land
Commission Award 10127.
Lahalna, Maul, containing an area of
7?f acres, and described hi Koyal
Patent 1112, Laud Commission Awaid
10 That certain land sltuato in MA
KILA, Lahalna, Maul, containing an
aiea of I Kood PJ.Kods, and described
In Koyal Patent 3537, Land Commis
sion Award 10127.
17 Tho Ahupuaa of MAUXALEI sltu
ato on the Island of Lanal, and con
taining an area of 3112 38-100 acres,
and being the same as described in
ltoyal Patent 0775, Land Commission
Award 851!) It.
18 That certain piece of land with tho
buildings thereon, situate ou Hotel
Street, in the City of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, and known as KUOllA, con
taining an area of 83 fathoms and 1(1
feet, and described in Koynl Patent
111!. Land Commission Award 118 IS.
10 That certain pleco of land with tho
buildings thereon situate on Queen
Street, In said Honolulu, containing
an area of 1,15-1000 of an acre, and
being Apana 1 of Koyal Patent 0778,
Land Commission Awaid S515 and
20 That certain piece of land with the
buildings thereon, situate ou bald
Queen Street containing an area of
3-10 of anaero. and being described In
Koyal Patent 360(1, Land Commission
Award 0128 It.
For further particulars apply to
E. 1 ADAMS & Co.,
Or to A. J. CAHTWR1GHT, SK.,
Executor and Trustee.
CO 15 tuoq-thurs-sat
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Aacn,
My most faithful attention
given for tho
Purchase ot Merchandise
Honolulu for tliu residents of tho
several Islands of this group, ly
COTTAGE TO LET.
milK Cottage situated at No. 251 Hero
X ('"da Street, containing 0 rooms, to
let, with Stable and Coach House. To
a desirable tenant a lease of !) years 'Mil
bo granttd. For particulars applv to
, LEWIS J. LriVEY,
U lw 40 Queen Street.
On or about March 15, 1885,
Z. K. RflEYERS, Agent.
p. u. Uox
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Staple unci IT'tLiicy Groceries,
OT' und CO llotol HU-eet,
is continually on tho way. A nice assortment of Riscults just received.
Goods delivered to Waikikl Tuesdays and Fridays.
! tnipbcll Bloelc,
t'.i Steamship Airent.
R il Kit.
.it llutllngton ltallioad
- .IUJ . I l I III
Ooraer of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a large and carefully selected stock of
(rent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Cu.stom.JIndo Clotlilng,gand nats and Caps
Ii all lie Latest Styles aii Pattens.
C2T i aiticular attention is called to an elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
JOM NOTT JoJMirM Street.
(I-ranite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
093 t SHEET
1 ArinniH I.niie.
Hats dyed and pressed,
Featl n cleuned nud curled,
Kntlo Htiawsbewed In ull the latest
I.esio.-s given In thltiy-lx Vlmls of
fai.cy work, with drawing ami Volutin g
Ordc.st'ikcn for all kludi of euibrol
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom IIouso Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Opcia House,
Fire and Life Insurunco Agent.
TIN, COPPER AND
XiiHliiominio Clonic ami
. DrcKH JtXulcer,
Corner of Alukcu & King SU.
Foathors Cleaned and Dyed-
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