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FRIDAY. AlAHCII 6. 1880.
oci:aniu s. s. ro.
Goo.V. Kldcr, from Sin l'ranci'co
Feb. 2Tth. iliifl March 7th.
Mararoa, from the Colonic for San
Fianclxeo, Miueh 1!l.
Miitlpna. fi-nm fun Francisco for the
C'ol(iiilii, Maivli io.
Zealamlla. fiom Sydney for San Fran
cisco, Mar. lu.
Australia, from San Francisco for Colo
nics, .Mar. til.
Slmr hvalanl froih Kanal
Stinr W U Mall from Windward Torts
Stinr Lcliua for Hamakua
Schr Lttka for Koholalele
Schr .(entile Walkci for S S bdnmW
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Mama for Honomu
Jlk Majcxtle for Ptigel Sound
Ilk Sirinatra for Paget Sound
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Majestic, llerginaii
Jlk Sumatra. Ol-en
llrlgAllle Howe, Phillip
Hktiio.lohn Voreeler, Klttchcu
llktno Mary WlnUloniaii. llneku
Ugtno Couitncy Ford. Miller
llgtue U C Perkins, Ackerniuii
Torn Evil, Wikman
Jk C U "Whltinore. riiiiipuii
Tern Lottie Falrlleld. lllupy
Ship Stlrllnghlre. Alexander
From Kauai, per stinr hvalanl,
- I) Mclle and wife and 8 deck.
From Windward Port1, per xtmr V
C. Hall, March 5-0 M Howley. wife and
mhi, Col W Powell and wife, the Ml-c
(love. Mls P.ir-ims I. 'I'uruer. E A
ltlclenherg, WM Men 111, W W Warner,
.1 X Koulu-ou, E M .lorn." and li!) deck.
The ."hip Stirlingshire Is docked at
Slmr Kllauea Hon arrived yclerday
afternoon with :i,"i70 bagx of sugar from
The sailing of the .lohn Smith was
postponed until this morning.
The whalers Oldo with IK) hhls of oil
and the Europa arrived yctciday hi
charge of their chief olllccr-t from San
Stinrs Llkclike and Kinuit aiodue to
morrow. Tim stinr hvalanl arrived this morn
ing from Kauai and Xlihau wltli l.tDti
liagx of sugar, 1110 hags of paddy and !il
hides. She "-alls thl evening for Kauai
and will return on Sunday.
The whaler- Ohio. Waudcier and
Ocean are off port.
The Haard arrived at Illlo last week.
The -clir Exeehlor Is expected hum
shortly from llllo to load for Sail 1'ivii-i-lxeo."
The stinr W (! Hall anlved lids after
noon with 0,708 hags of sugar, H!8 bill's
of awa, oil hags ot coffee, 17 hides, 1
horse and I! jaoknxe.
LOCAL & GENERAL KEWS.
Tin: Hall ropoits strong winds in
Hj:mi:miii:u the Y. M. C. A. enter
tainment this evening.
"Haul in" was holloed out in the
vicinity of the barracks hist night.
A s.M.u.l, brass key found on Fo t
street uwnits thv owner at this olllce.
Tin: .Merry Makois tin- expected
by tho Likclikc to-moiiow morning.
Tm: district of Kim, Ifiiwaii, lias
leceived one (lav of nuich-needcd
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday last
the rain canio down incessaiitlv et
Potato laeo at the Yosontilo rink
to-night, neeoinpanied with band
Sr.itvior.s will bo conducted by
llishop Willis at St. Andicw's Cathe
dral this evening.
A i.Aitoi: variety of goods will lie
ollercd it t tho auction loom of .1.
1M it. .1. J. Dowvott sent three oahos
by tho schooner .(emtio 'Walker this
afternoon for Mr. Cireig at Fatming's
Tin: Missionary Oleanets will meet
to-moriow afternoon at half-past two
o'clock. All members will please be
Tin: building now occupied by W.
E. Foster, harness maker, and owned
by Mrs. Lack, will be sold at auction
A onicKii.v thief visited Mr. Tom
Wall's hen-roost last night, but was
frightened away by the approach of
one of the boys.
Tiikhi: will bo a band concert at
Kninia Squaie, -1 :I10 to-moriow after
noon, anil one on the Hawaiian Hotel
gi omuls Monday ovening.
O.v account of the extreme rough
ness of tho weather at Xiihau diitine,
Iho'week, tho wieekeis weio tumble
to land tho Planter's boiler.
Am. tiro cordially welcome to the
yniiiiK people's prayer and praise
ineoline; at tho Ilethel Union vestry
at seven o'clock this ovonine;, for one
Tin: lohiru toiuists by tho steamer
Hall this afternoon speak highly of
the trip to tho Volcano. They also
tell of tho wondeiful activity of Halo
iiinuumu and tho Littlo JJegyar.
Auiiot'oil Col. Ram. Norrls had
.I'.i'ured bis ii:isj)orl and engar i-d a
I'orth on the bark Forest Queen, lie
it lite last moment decided to wait
for the biiganline W. 0. Irwin.
" iisiiso.Mi:i,Y eatveil eanoe, nbiitil
milt fc't long and made of tho btead
fruit ttee by a native of the Marshall
Iflands, wn'e brought by Capt. Ander
son of tho Jennie Walker and fold to
Or. A ruing.
I'm: Hawaii baseball club, which
was the first in the Held this season,
last night elected the following
oillcers: F. . I. Testa, President ; A. S.
Mnliaula.' Secretary and Treasurer;
Menry Kaia, Captain.
Mr.sMts. K. P. Adams fc Co. Vf stei
daysold for Hon. W. ('. Parkt , ad
iiiinislrator of the late . I. M. D.tigle'p
estate, a lot of land at Koltilu, K'ajia
lauiii, containing 81-1001 lis of an
neio. Mr. (I. L. I)eshu was the iur
Tin: partial eclipse nf the sun hap
pened according to the estimated time
to-day, and was observed by the (iov-
runieut Survey ollleials, throti; h a
"ootl iele.cope, also by many o' hers
with smoked glasses. There w.u a
iiinxinmin obscuration of about one
nirtl Old Sol's face.
Hkhidunts on Young street com
plain of the city euvenger, s: ying
hut he collected all the soil and
uianuie on the above sheet but ' ;ft a
'ile of tin cans, dead chickens and
lottles there. Pet haps the explana
tion is that the loam he gets op the
sheets is sold at til) cents per load,
while he bus no sale for tin can anil
On Wednesday evening a I nrlu
,?ueso man was discoveted on th pie
mies of Mr. (Ico. W. Smith, of
Itensou, Smith it Co., who liv.t on
Kttkiii sheet. The follow evidently
meant burglary, but ptodticed an
alarm by falling over a box, the noise
drawing Mr. and Mis. Smith to the
rc.tr of tho house in time to see him
Tin: steamer Iwahtni, that arrived
this niuniiiig fiom Kauai and Xultaii,
tilings news of fair weather with
little rain all along her route except
at Xiihati, where the sea was very
rough. Xo wieckago was obtained
ov Iter fiom the Planter, and she will
not call theie this trip. She sails
this evening for Kauai, and will re
turn on .Sunday with sugar and pas
sengers. It is repotted that while the bark
Elsinote was last heie arr.ineenients
were inatle whereby tho lmik, with
lumber fiom the Pacilic Coatt for
Australia, will call hero and tako the
South Sea Island return laborers to
their homes for .'fll.OOO. Untiiiry at
the Interior Department confirms:
the report, except as to the amount
to be paid, which will depend on cer
tain details to be arranged when the
Thompson received n letter by
last mail from bis son, Percy W.,
thiid lieutenant of the U. S. levenue
cutter Dix, stating thai in causing
on the coast of Florida they met a
million of frozen lish, and every day
for two or tluce weeks they could
count dozens of them, although the
theimoineter was only at !I0 degrees.
Also, that in returning from a hunt
ing expedition on shoie, his sou tied
on a catfish, the doisal I'm of which
penetrated the sole of his boot an
inch into tho foot, causing a poison
ous wound that laid him up for some
BUSINESS MEETINC OF THE LIBRARY.
Tho regular meeting of the Hoard
of Oillcers of the Library Anocia
tion was held last evening. A 'cport
was presented by the chairman of
the hull and library committee, giv
ing interesting details concerning
tho woik of the association. The
circulating depaitincnt had on the
1st iusl. books out in the hands of
12'1 different persons. The cata
logue now sliows -ljSfjO volumes,
being an increase of 1,871 volumes
since the association moved into its
present buildins just u year and a
half ago. About COO of these books
wore lrom tho bequest of vjtieen
Emma, who it will be remembered
left her library to the association.
The remainder have been inquired
partly by purchase and paitly by
gift, tho largest individual contri
butor having been Mr. A. J. Cart
wright. The committee on n printed
catalogue reported progress and
were continued. Matters pertain
ing to the work of the entertainment
committee were discussed tit some
length, but no action taken which
calls for public notice at this time.
The committee hope to have some
thing lo announce at an early day.
SUPHEME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
Fhidav, Jlareh Sth.
In ro hankruptoy of Thomas E.
Kroitso, of Iloiioliilu. The tiu9igiiec,
Thomas It. Lucas, presents ii sclie
dulu of the peisonal effects of said
bankrupt valued at S!1!I2, an per ap
praiser's return, and asked Unit the
Court award what items in said in
ventory bo allowed the bankrupt.
The Court ordered that the bankrupt
select items out of snid inventory to
tho amount of 5150, nnd balance bo
turned over to tlio assignee. Tho
assignee in person, II. U. Avery for
In re estate of llenj. F. Holies,
of Honolulu, deceased, continued
from Feb. 2SJl. Thu Court heard
i i-iisirgrfwvijii;ii;r5.vi;-ini jum
i c.vplanntlons nq t ceil. m items in
the executor's ace uiits. which woiu
satisfactory, uud no obj jtions being
inatle on the part of Mm heir, said
accounts were approve'. The ex
ecutors charged then solves witli
838,878.15, and asked In be allowed
$:)l,821.i:i, balance. S7,154.02. Mrs.
Klizabeth C. Holies, the widow, lias
i life interest in both 'io personal
and real estate of the d ceased, re
mainder over to the hub ..
In re estate of Jean M. Dalglc,
of Honolulu, deceased The ad
ministrator, Hon. W. C I'arlce, ap
peared before the Chief Justice and
asked thai the Court lonlirtn the
sale by him of that p' see of real
properly situate at Kap: lama, which
was sold on the -1 tli of 3nrch inst.,
to (tuorge L. Desha for .lie sum of
.$1,220. The miction cr's return
and the allldavit of C. M. Cooke
show that the sale was ivgulnr, upon
reading which the Cour signed an
order continuing the Bal and direct
ing n deed of conveyanc to the pur
chaser to be made.
police noun .
Kini'AV, 1 1 arch 5th
1'nu, drunkenness, SI
Ah Ilott, stealing bri
W. Itnwlius, at Lelco,
in the act by the pro
labor lo days, ant cost
ks from T.
PATHETIC ORIGIN 01
Doubtless man,' of
have read Clcncrd A
lino poem, "Cleo) ilra,
night before the batth
was killed. The Pitts
relates tiic romantic c
under which it was wi
were told by the late (
to a gentleman.
Ho spoke of tl.e nip
battle at which General
fell. The two (lJoall
lay together in the (.
They were both giv
poetry at such times,
an unfinished poem
they read and crittcisei
efforts humorously fo
when said Lytic :
"Healf, I shall novel
"u which he
t before the
V. S. Lytic
n to writing
.id caeli had
ive to tinisli
"Nonsense," said i, "you will
live to write volumes of such stuff."
"A feeling has su. denly come
over mo," continued the General
solemnly, "which is more startling
than a prophecy, tha. I shall bo
killed in to-morrow's II lit.
"As I spoke to y( i, I saw the
green hills of the Ol .o as I stood
among them. They bean to recede
from mo in a weird wa; , and as they
disappeared the conv Jtion Hashed
through me like th ; lightning's
shock that I should n -ver sec them
1 rallied him for his superstition,
but the belief had beci -no strangely
impressed upon his i ind, and he
succeeded in so far tlir'liiigino with
his own unnatural fear hat I begged
him to finish his po"ii before lie
slept, that such fine w ,rk might not
be lost to the world.
In the small hours
awakened ine from a
id to me that
. must live as
which I had fallen to r
beautiful poem, whie
long as our literal
I am dying. F.gyp'- dying!
i;iibs the crimson lift hloiitl fu-t.
My eyes llllcd wit i tears as he
read. Ho said not r. word as ho
concluded, but plactl the manu
script in his pocket at ' lay down to
lleforo dawn oame the calls to
arms. When I i ext poor Lytic
Jie was cold in deatl among heaps
of slain. I thought if the poem,
and, searching the jeket where I
had seen him put it, lrew it forth,
and it was forwardc
other things to ids fr
DIVIDEND of 0
I stock of the
turCn. will ho
of March, lie
1 I C.M., at the
- of Fott anil
Sluirulit) tli caul
People's lee it H frigei
payable on lite b.h tin
twceit thu hours of 12 a
cnimmny'n olllce, corn
07 -It V. E. POST; A. Treasurer.
1 Ivnktii Street.
r colors and i
etc. It. C.
(10 lm Nc
JA SMALL tJInek and Tan
tttfl DOC, wit' little turn at
y cud of tall, iiswcre to name
t--s?sof PET. fair leward
will be u,lvcn
upon re urn of
FOK SAL12 iJHEAl1.
1 Inr'e Dray HorFo, 0
years 1 1. Perfectly
sound n -1 a true puller.
Price $; !5. Apply to
B. . OHAIIAM,
Pitcillo Transfer Co.,
12 Merchant .Street. 0.1 'It
AQUAUTKHLY M eting of the
Hoard of Trustei of the Queen's
Hospital will he held ir thu room of the
Chamber of Commerce n SATUItD.VV,
the Otlt mst., at 1 1 a M, Per oitler,
F. A. yciiAi: -in, Secretary..
Honolulu, Jlorch 3, 15.33, (10 St
PPrilrTrrJ!,"OTJ11- JJi'l!IJ!Pim!rX!Dl "LL '."'ZnillLE
TIII3 ASTOR HOUSE
Tlfl LI, bo reopened mi SATURDAY
Collee ativ ingot.
SEB WOD & HON HKK.
Honolulu, Mar. a, 1SS3. ?!!"'?
COTTAGE TO f;ET.
XN Pinion Vnlliv. between Ntnmmi
and Putinhlmwl Street- fi looms.
Kitchen nnd Bath, Ciirri-igu House nnd
Stable, Kery convenience. Hent 1S
per month. Apply ut 110 lvlngSticut,
or on the premises. 00 aw
COTTAGE TO LET.
rpilE Uottngo situated nt No. M4 flcre
X Inula Sticet.eoiitaliiliigUrooms, to
let, with StuMc and Coach House. To
a deslrtihlt) teniint u lcne of !t years will
be grautid. For partlntilars npplv to
l.KWIS J LEVEY,
(VI tw n Queen bticet.
Election (' Oflluurs.
AT the annual meeting ot the People's
lee & Refrigerator Co., Limited,
held on the S!ntl .March, tho following
olllccis were elected to bervr for the
Jin. .1. M. Sass. ...Pre'itlrttt it Manager
51 it. P. .M. Hass Vice-President
31it. W. E. Fostuu.. ..Sce'y & Treasurer
Mil. J. II. Paty Auditor
Directors J. M. Sus, J. K. Wiltler
and W. E Foster.
W. E. FOSTEH,
Sce'y P. I. it It. Co.
Honolulu, Mnrcli :), lbG. (17 -it
Tho Most Surablo and Prettiest
for Children's eletlte-', cpeeiully
Suits, that yon ever mw,
AUE FOH SALE 1JY
f. a. mmu & co.
have received, perStirliiigxhlre, and
oiler for sale, at lowest rates,
E. & E. Burke's Stout,
Quarts mul Pints,
E. &. I. Burke's Palo Ale,
Quarts anil Pints;
E. & I. Burko's Sparkling Ale,
GUI Quarts and Pints. flw
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing A9cn'-
My moit faithlul intention will he
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
pi Honolulu for tlte residents of the
y'J several Islands of this frou). ly
Dissolution of Co-pai'lnur
TITHE partnership heretofore exiBtin
X het weui MAX ECICAUT
JOSEPH IIU1US1I, tiinlir the 11 tm
inline of the Hawaiian .lewcl Manufac
tory, Is this day dissolved hy mutual
consent. The business will lie carried
on hy Mr. MAX ECKAHT, who will as.
stime all the debts of saiil concern, and
all hills due will be payable to him.
(it 2w MAX ECKAHT.
TITK. MAX ECKAHT, Manufacturing
JLtX .leweler. has leinoved to the store
formerly occupied hy ,1. A. Palmer, nc.l
door to Ml in ft. Irwin ii Co.'s Fort
Street. nt 2w
JMlr. umleisigiied liet; to call the at
X teiilion of.l'lanteis and others who
may want to move a surces-lon of light
loails for moderate distances to the syb
Hy which a nearly continuous stream of
sugai cane or other material tuny lie
imivid hy meiitix "f e - etrle motors
tlrawing Iniekets, lia-kels or other con
tnlners tilting a stiithmury xiccl rod ans
pcmleil on posts, the power being sup.
plied at a ccntiul stiuion hy means of a
Mcitm engine or water power working
on eleetriu ilyiiiiino.
This system does not piofess to com
pete wlili tramways wliciolho ground
Is suitable lor such a mndo of cunvey.
mice, hut tliuclicuinstnm-e' untler which
lis advantiiges me aipureut lire:
Where the ground is very rough, un
even or guleliy, oi where the gradients
lire sleep, an ll has no dllllnully In draw,
ing a loud up an incline of 1 in 10;
Where the space for u tramway can
not well ho spated, or over swamps or
other ground Impracticable for tram
It can lie taken along the high toad
with as much facility and with little
more obstruction la thu trulllc limn by a
lino of telephone posts;
It has tho advantages of the overhead
who rope system without its tllsadvan.
lages, as tlteru is not a long wire rope to
drag with its attendant friction ami loss
of power, whilst It e.in turn on sharp
The main lino tan be moved to differ
ent positions at a moderate expense.
A line Is now working at (iljmlo in
For further particulars nnd cost, tip
W. lu UltKHX,
Agent for the Telpherage Company,
Limited, of London; also, Agent for
.lohn Fowler & Co.'s ltallwiivs and
Steam Plows, and MIrrlces, AVatsou
& Co.'s Sugar Machinery. 200 lm
On. or about March 15, 1885,
Z. K. BEYERS, Agent.
P. . Hov
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
Simple snicl ITfMioy 3ri"oeeiie.s,
UT ami :
i. E. WISEMAN,
(-ei-.eral Business Agent.
rLiiipl- tl ISloelc,
K tl Etr - ?eit,
jflrinloj n,'t ' . i I,
Willi- ' 2)ll-!lllltlll.
Goner of Eort & Merchant Streets,
Has juxt opened out a larc and carefully selected stock of
(rent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Cits (in.Jlaile Clotlilii(,r,aml Hats and Caps
Je all llio Latest Styles ai Patterns.
2T Particular attintion is called to an elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
JOM ITT, lo.
siK-aite, iron and Tin Ware !
Oliandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
1U L'ER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIF, COPPER AND
093 SHEET IRON WORK.
4 AtlaniN Lime.
Ilnti tyed nuil preseed,
FealberH eleatieil and eurh'tl,
Native -.Haws sewed In i.ll tho latest
I,es-rnp given In tldrty-slx kinds of
faipcy v.oik, with drawing iiiulpalntln g
UrilL i i.iKCll mr uu iviaus u. vm-iiui
n the wtij. A nice assortment of IliscultH just received.
1'ilvercd to Waikiki Tuesdays and Fridays.
Honolulu, ir. r.
Cuxloin House Hrokcr,
Miniager Hawaiian Opcia House,
Fire and Life Insurance Atrent.
8 Kaalnai Street.
ViiHhioimltlc Oloul; tuul
Corner of Alakea it King Sts.