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SATURDAY. MARCH 0 18807
Stmr Wnimaiialo from Wnhnanalo
Stmr Llkcllke from Windward Ports
Stmr Klimu from Windward Ports
Stmr Jlokolll from Moloknl
Stmr Jas 1 Dowsett from Pala
Sohr Mary Foster from Wnlunae
Sebr Jlann for Ilonomu
Ilk Majestic for Fuget Sound
Ilk Sumatra for Puget Sound
Stmr Kllauea Hon for Windward Port
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW,
llktno John Wen tcr for Puget Sound
VESSELS LEAVINC ON MONDAY.
Stmr Kluau for Windward Poits ud
the Volcano at I p m
Stmr Llkcllke for ICahiilni and liana at
5 p in
Stmr .1 1 Dowsett for Pala and Haiku
From Kahulul and
stmr T.Ikelikc, March 1-
-W F Johnston.
L J Lionnrons, M Loulson, A M Sproull,
0 Copp, wife and children, Mrs Stoltz
and child, II 15 Bailey, Mr .Marshall, O
B Makcc, F 0 llopkc, A P Peterson, It
W Podinore, Mary Ulll, W T Hhiuh'
and wife, Mrs S Alexander and child,
W A Chapman, Mrs Tear, Wash Norton
and wife, Mr Leroyle, Mr JS'onium, K
Bridge, II Chinese and 81 deck.
From 'Windward Porta, per stmr Kl
iiau, March (5-Mrs 0 F Hart. Miss M
Hart, Miss L Hart, Miss Mabel Rhodes,
Miss 0 P Edmondson, J O Desborougli,
K B S Kynncrsley, H Von Tempskey,
P A Dlas, 0 Xotley, D Xotley, Mrs F P
Hastings, Miss K Makcc, Mis K Makcc,
J I) Paris, Jr, W II Ciimmlngs, H F
Oladc, Miss Kapcna, Achccn, Fong
Wafon, His Ex J M Kapcna and ser
vant, and ft! deck.
The stmr Klnau brought -1.22 1 bags of
sugar. :18 green hide', and 0 packages
Stmr Kllauea Hon sails this evening.
Tho Eva will sail for San Francisco
about Wednesday next.
The John Worstcr sails to-morrow
for Pugct Sound.
Stmr Llkcllke brought 1,128 bags of
Thu Lottie Fairfield is empty and
awaits a charter.
Euinu W. M. Hi:ali:v will preach at
7:30 r. m., in the tent, corner of Alakea
and Hotel streets.
W. C. T. U. A gospel temperance
meeting will bo held on the wharf, foot
of Fort street, 3 :I10 v. jr. Good music
will be provided.
Y. M. C. A. Young Men's Bible
Class In the parlor at !):!." a. si., con
ducted by the General Secretary. Gos
pel praise service atG:30 l. M., with an
address by General Secretary Fuller on
Boman Catholic Cathediiai..
High miss at 10 A. m., when, to-morrow
being Qulnnuagcsima Sunday, an
English sermon will ue preached. Betr
dlctlon of the Blessed Sacrament at -1 :-0
i m. Wednesday next, Mar. 10, Ash
Wednesday, religious services at 0 aiid
7 a. m. Friday lollowlug, Mar. 12, Is a
Bktiiel Union Ciiuhcii. Her. E.
C. Oggel, pastor. Preaching 11 A. M.
and 7:30 r. m. Sunday school at!): 13
A. si.: lesson, "Beading tho Law.''
Nell. 3 :1-12. At the 11 o'clock service,
there will be reception of new members
.and celebration of the Lord's Supper.
Subject In tho evening, "Sprung a leak,
but saved from tho breakers.' The
church choir and young people's chorus
will as-slst at tho evening service. Sea
men, strangers and all others Invited.
Fout Sthket CiiintcH. Bcv. J. A.
Cruzan, pastor. Sunday school at 0:15
A. si. Preaching by the pastor at 11
A. si., and 7 :30 i: si. Bceeptlou of new
members, Baptism and the Lord's Sup
per at the morning service. Evening
mtbjcct: "Some Things Wo Do Not
Know." The choir, assisted by scveial
Instrumentalists, gives a special musical
programme at this service, and all the
seats are free. Considerable religious
' interest has been awakened by these
Sunday evening services, and at every
service there are those who ask for
prayers and declaro their purpose to
begin a rejlgious life.
St. Andhuw's Oatiikdiiai,. The
first congregation will have services,
conducted by the Bishop of Honolulu,
to-morrow, as follow : Holy Communion
at 0:30, and morning prayer, choral,
with sermon, at 0:30 a. si.; Sunday
.school at 11 a.m.; evensong and cate
chetical lecture byrthe Bishop, at (i r. si.
No appropriation of scats. Tho second
congregation, conducted by Bov. Geo.
Wallace, will have Sunday school at 10
a. m. in the Punahou Preparatory
school. Holy Communion with sermon,
jit 11:10 a. si., and evening prayer at
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A blow race, with fast music, ul
lho Yosomito Kink to-night.
Killino muggy weather of the past
few days now gives signs of evaporat
ing. A .Mi'.stoitiAL poem by Alico M.
Bnrko, on tho lato Florence Harbour,
appears on the fourth page.
Mateuial is on tho ground for 10
Huming operations on the now bath
house near the Marino .Railway.
Wo not forget the wilo of immi
grants' stores from ship Stirlingshire,
by Lovoy at 10 o'clock on Monday.
Leuovle says he learned tho l.uh.
in a few minutes at Wailuku, am ho
makes it blend well with the Hhilh-luh
Applications for foieign in Micy
' ul. is per next mail steamer v. 11 bo
- cived nt thu Post-olllco until fur
B. H. Ui:o. W. Kliier may ho ex
pected from San Francisco to-night
'ir to-inonow, with thirteen 'lays'
Lva'by wilt sell tho building lately
icoupicd by Mr. W. fi. Fostci, har
ness maker, Fort stioet, at noon
The Colonization Company has
filed a couple of fresli npplica ions
Tor land, of 500 and 000 acres respect
ively, within thu past two weeks.
Tin: "potato race" at tho Yosemito
Kink last evening drowa fair number
of spectntois. The race was won by
Maurice Ailler, thu Bulletin boy.
Tin: steamer Dowsett will tako on
Monday f0 of the new lot of Portu
guese immigrants to Paia plantation
and fiO to Haiku plantation, Maui.
An able blast in favor of total
abstinence from strong drink, by the
Rev. E. C. Oggel, is the latest addi
tion to tho local literature of the city.
The steamer Likoliku brought two
broken rollers from ono of the Ha
waiian Commercial it Sugar Co.'s
mills, to bo repaired at tho foundry.
A case of using threatening Ian-J
gunge and one of ailray comprised
tho Police Court docket thin morning,
both of which wero remanded until
A vr.UY fine programme, entirely
new, is promised by tho Merry
Makers this evening. Securo scats
at Wiseman's before going homo
The room in which Mrs. South
wick holds her Sunday school in
Fowler's yard having become too
small for tho number of scholars, it is
Auctionkkii Lewis was still knock
ing down goods to a largo crowd at
.1. Lyons's salesroom this afternoon,
the sale having been brisk since open
ing at 10 o'clock.
The older members of the Young
People's Christian Temperance Union
will meet this evening at the resi
dence of Mrs. Southwiek, Adams
Lane, nt seven o'clock.
"To let" has boon posted for some
weeks on it, very eligible eonlcr busi
ness lot on Queen street, yet so far
theio is no sign of tho inevitable
Chinese storo rising on the spot.
His Excellency tho Minister of
Finance. Hon. J. M. Kapcna, has re
turned to town, and will doubtless
devote himself forthwith to the budget
for tho ensuing legislative session.
Mil. C. M. Kowlcv, and wife, witli
..fr. C. 1. Rowley, of Now Yoik, Mr.
Winthrop M. Merrill, of Boston, and
Capt. F. M. Green, of the bark Ocean,
and wife, are at tho Hawaiian Hotel.
The younger members of tho
Young People's Christian Temper
ance Union, will meet next M nilaj
afternoon at 3 o'clock, at tin. resi
dence of Mrs. Southwiek, Adams
Tin: King's yacht Healani is being
cleaned and repaired on tho Marino
Railway, in company with tho tug
l'ele, tho shaft of which was unship
ped last evening witli no small
amount of labor.
Manaoeu Graham will have the
Hawaiian Hotel gaily illuminated
for tlio concert on Monday evening.
It is to bo hoped the people generally
will avail themselves of this occasion
for a pleasant evening's entertain
ment. There was a liAlo commotion on
Hotel street this afternoon, caused
by Lewis it Co.'s horse strangling
himself with his hitching strap and
falling to tho ground. Tho difficulty
was remedied by quickly cutting tho
Mn. Geo. Ueckloy reports very
rough weather in tho channel last
night. Tho Kinau loaded about -1,300
bags sugar at Mahukona in six hours
on her last trip. She left Lahaiua at
'1 o'clock this morning, and arrived
hero in 5j hours.
Last night it was reported that
Mr. Kamsey's residence, Chaplain
Lane, had been burglarized and a
saddle stolen. On making inquiries
it was learned that tho saddle was
missed last evening, but this morning
it was found where ono of tho boys
hid it to make an item for the news
papers. The schooner Jennie Walker sailed
out of sight like a thing of life, on
her dopartttro south last evening.
Capt. Lovell, who took passago in her
for tlio Pacific Navigation Co.'s sta
tion at Jnluit, was accompanied by
his young brido, and mauy of their
friendB wore on the wharf to bid them
Mn. 'A. K. Meyers lias already sev
eral hundred names of percons who
are willing to putrnnizo the steam
laundry. This establishment is situ
ated back of Ouliu prison and will be
in working order about tho lfith hist.
Seven experienced laundryinon from
San Francisco are oxpoetojl hoio by
the next steamer to work ij( the
In Missouri they call a brass
hand concert n success when the
leader escapes iritL, hb life,
A TRACEOY 0U ! VJI.
A correspoiulci t oi 'lie
recounts the tlciiiils o
tragedy that occurred
Jliuii, a few weeks aj
a well-known Chinese
Tora, a Japanese ctnpl
IJalilwin, fifteen dollars,
en him his watch e soci
waylaid Torn on tho n
kuapoko, nt n tiIiit
mensc stone almost b;
beside a precipice of n
or mote. When Torr
Ah Lcn tired a revolve
missing followed up th
the clubbed weapon,
struggle ensued, in tl
. All Lcn,
yed by Mr.
ml had piv
ty. All Lcn
' I to Hamu
li: ru nu iin
i the path,
nt him, but
which the pistol went r if, shooting
Ah Lcn in the leg. Al' '.he time ho
was heating Tora alii 'it the head
with the weapon, and "tus inflicted
n score of wounds. Tora, weak
from loss of blood, wat forced over
tho precipice, hut dr..ged liis as
sailant with him. Au Lcn saved
himself, however, by clutching n
shrub, while Toia rold on down
the face of the cliff. Ah Leu went
on to Haiku and nske t help of the
Deputy Sheriff, llatek uilii, saying
that he had been shot by a China
man in Haratikuapoko. In the mean
time a party of native passing by
heard Tora faintly crj'tig for help,
and having a lantern they found
him caught by one leg in a shrub
about twenty feet doni the cliff.
With great difllculty th y succeeded
in fastening a rope round his body
and drawing him up. He was taken
on a horse to Mr. Hah. win's, where
Dr. Bull dressed his omuls. His
head was in a frighlf d state, lint,
although his lifo was m danger for
some days, he gradualh recovered.
Ah Lcn's wound was found to bo
slight, and early ncx. morning he
wns removed by Shcilf Chilling
worth to the Mukawno jail, partly
to protect him from t i anticipated
Japanese mob, and also to await the
result of Tora's inji lies. After
languishing there about two weeks
he hung himself in h i cell. Both
men bore peaceable rej itations and
were excellent house servants.
THE Y. M. C. A. AND THE BOYS.
The entertainment it the Y. M.
C. A. hall last evening came off in
fine style. The comb nation of the
Boys' branch witli tin adult mem
bership gave a feature jf special in
terest to the affair. 1'ho parts of
the programme were ca -ied out with
splendid success, scM-ral encores
being given and rest .tided to. A
larger proportion thai usual of the
audienco consisted of . ung people,
whose exuberant enthusiasm itself
was sufllcicnt to keep iho audience
in high spirits. Fob wing is the
I'AUT l hoys' t AKOII.
Pianoforte Duct. . Cllvi . Geo. Davles
Declamation ' arenco Cooko
Beading I lira Bingham, Jr
Violin Solo Wal Dillingham
Declamation Horace Hall
Beading Alice, the
Gryphon, and die M . Turtle.
Flute Solo Mr. Merse
Misses McDonald a . 1 Pauahl Judd
Beading Mrs. Adams
Song Mr. 'J'.ioo. II. Davles
Vocal Duet.. ..Mr. and J. . A. F. Judd
Beading ' . P. C. Jones
Song I .-. Holdsworth
Part Song Mlscs Von
Holt, Mr. May and K Starkey.
Near the close of th-j literary per
formances, Mr. Hei y Hart ap
peared on the back 4tair with a
couple of heavy tubs J "om the Elite
ico cream parlors. 'Jim ico cream
man, of course, was received with
the honors due to Members of his
craft in this climate. A liberal col
lation of ice cream and cake was
served out, and for a quarter of an
hour or so there ww "lashins of
c.itin'," but no "dMnkin'," after
which a short speed1 from the tall
secretary closed tho p oceedings.
Last night, a genth man was busy
writing in his library m the rear of
his house on Bcrotai.'a street, and
in an adjoining room wore two
young girls. The front rooms were
lighted, but nobody inside, as the
lady of the house, with her boys,
had gone to the Y. M. C. A. Some
body watching the c rnor and vici
nity must have noti"ed them, and
thinking tho house empty, con
cluded to avail him elf of the op
portunity to have a In ul. He came
to the door and saw obody: but in
order to be quite sine, ho knocked
twice. He knocked M if ho thought
nobody at home, or a least near the
front rooms, and if that had been
the case his visit wold have been
an easy, pleasant and profitable one.
Unfortunately for hin tho old man
was in ami aroused by that very
suspicious knock. W lit Ills revolver
in his pocket, he mt to call tho
visitor in, but the itter had dis
appeared. This h. ipened about
oil v. f,
Either this or
visited the same hoiu. again during
the night, ami operand, with sum
dent boldness, to t.iabjo tho good
man of tho house t i tako stock of
Dim. lie is itescrj ?a as a tall,
Btiong and ston'lyJ)'
particulars of i j vi
night, huYojbC'-n pin
of Marebal Sopcr,
, during tho
I in tho hands
Thu ltoyal Ilawnihui Band will
play at L'mma irquaro at -1:00
o'clock this afternoon. Following is
Introduction The H.ivndcrn Auher
Overture Two Blind Men Mehul
Selection-, Count Orv Bosslnl
Waltz Little Xell Godfrey
Overture Poet and Peasant Suppo
Galop Prince Imperial Coote
Chicago winter horse cars are
mode two feet wider than those used
in summer time. The addition is to
admit overshoes. f Youkurs States
man. ) m
NOTICE is hereby given that, by
order of Alexander J. Carlwrlght,
Sr.. the Executor and Trustcu of tho last
will and testament of Kintna Kalcleona
l&ul, deceased, and under license of the
Supreme Court, we are authorized to sell
at Public Auction, at our salesroom, on
Queen St., In the City of Honolulu,
the 2.1l day of March, 1830,
At 13 o'clock noon, all tho right, title
and interest of the said Emma Kalcle
onalaul, of, In and to the following de
1 Tho Ahupuaa of WAIAHA 1, situate
in Kona, Island of Hawaii, and con
taining au aiea of 27.1 acres, and be
ing more particularly described in
ltoyal Patent l'JDO.
2 The land known ns KOLOAK1U,
situate in Waipio, District of Haina
kua, Island of Hawaii, containing au
area of 3d (,0.100 acres, and being
Ap.ma 3 of Boyal Patent 1005, Land
Commission Award 8."il5 It.
3 The land situate at KULAIIUIIU,
Lnhalna, Maul, containing an area of
4 -t(i8-1210 acres, and described in
Koyal Patent Grant 182
1 The Ahupuaa of ULAINO.situato In
tho District of Kunlau, Island of
Maui, and being thu same as appears
by Boyal Patent 22J7, Laud Coinis.
Sinn Award 8.M8 It. Area unknown.
5 That certain piece of laud situate at
PUIWA, Honolulu, Oaliu, and con
taiugau area of fiS-lOO of an aeie,
and being more particularly dcsctlbed
in ltoval Patent Grant 2100.
(! That certain laud situate at ICAIIU
I.L'l, Kona, Hawaii, containing au
area of 1 9-10 acres, and more paitl
cularly described in Hoyal Patent
0277 A, Laud Commission Aw.ud
7 Tlioe two ceitaiu piece-, of land situ
ate at l'UAKO, Lalialua, Maul, and
contain!!!'' au aiea together of H
acres, and being Apauas -t and 5 of
Boyal Patent 0777, Land Coinmla-ion
Award fl 183.
8 That, certain land Mtuate atPUEHU
EHU," Lahaiua, Maul, and containing
an area of 23 perches and being de
scribed in Boyal Patent 1707, Laud
Commission Award 087,".
0 The Ahupima of KAHlTLUI, situate
In Kona, Island of Hawaii, and being
Apana2 of Boyal Pate it lOG'J, Land
Commlislou Award b."IO B, Area un
known. 10 Tho Ahupuaa of KALAM A, situate
In Kona, Island of Hawaii, and being
Apana 2 of Boyal Patent 1009, Land
Commission Award 8510 B, Area un
known. 11 The Ahupuaa of PAIIOKllOE situ
ate In Kona, Island of Hawaii, and
butng thu same as de-eribed in Laud
Commission Award 8.ril0 B, Area un
known. 12 Tho Ahupuaa of WAIAKA 1, situate
at Waimea, District of houth Kohala,
Island of Hawaii, and being Ap.iua 1
of Boyal Patent 100U, Land Commis
sion Award 8310 It, Area unknown.
13 That certain piece of land sltuato
in PAKALA, I.nhalna,'Maul, and con
taining an area of I acre 22 perches
and being described lu Hoyal Patent
1870, Laud Commission Award 85111 B.
14 That certain piece of land sltuato In
PAKALA, Lahaiua, Maul, containing
au area of 38-100 of au acre, and de
scribed In Boyal Patent 11110. Land
Commission Award 10127.
Lahaiua, Maul, containing au area of
7'1i acies, and described hi Boyal
Patent 11 12, Laud Commission Award
10 That certain laud situatu lu MA
KILA, Lahaiua, Maul, containing an
area of 1 Bond 1'J,Btil.i, and described
lu Boyal Patent 3.137, Laud Commis
sion Auard 10127.
17 The Aluuiuaa of MAU.VALKI situ
ato on thu Island of Lauai, and con
taining au urea of 3112 38-100 acres,
and being the same as described lu
Boyal Patent 077, Laud Commission
Award 8511) It.
18 That certain piece of land with thu
building thereon, situate on Hotel
Street, in the City of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, and known as KUOHA, con
taining an area of 83 fathoms and 10
feet, and described In ltoyal Patent
1 Hi, Laud Commission Award 118 It.
10 That certain pleat of laud with thu
buildings thereon situatu on Queen
Street, in said Honolulu, containing
au aiea of 015-1000 of au acre, anil
being Apana 1 of Boyal Patent 0778,
Lanit Commission Award 8315 and
20 That certain pleco of land with tlio
buildings thereon, sltuato on said
Queen Street containing an area of
3-10 of amicre. and being described lu
Boyal Patent 3300, Laud Commission
Award 0128 B.
For further particulars apply to
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
Or to A. J. CAltTWBIGHT, SB.,
Executor apd Trustee.
DO 13 tuei-thurs-sat
No. 1 AdaniM I. lino.
Hnti dyed ami pressed,
Feathers cleaned and curled,
Native stiaws sewed In all the In test
Lesjona given In tlil'ty.slx kinds of
fancy work, with drawing and p'llntln g
Orders taken for all kinds of cmbrol-
Ca or about March 15, 1886,
Z. K. MEYERS, Agent.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has Jii't opened out a lnrge and carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
CuMoni.llndo Clothing, and Hats and Caps
In al! iho Latest Styles ani Patterns.
C2T Pi-MiMilar niiMition is called to an elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
1 isol"-;on oi' Co-imrtnor-sliin.
crshlp h r tnforo existing
i MAX i:CICAUT and
UBASII. it idor the Htm
Hawaiian Jewel 3lnnti''ac-
ilny dissolved by mutual
o liusluesH will be can led
VX ECKABT, who wlf as.
dehtb oT said concern, and
will be iuvnblc to him.
r, lnu ic i, cd to tho store
uph'd by .1 A. Palmer, next
. n. G. Irwin & Co.'s. Fort
K:-i Durable tmd Prettiest
i jr Clill " i's clothes, e peclally
.. s, that you ever saw,
ABE FOB SALE BY
' IM1E i iiilcrsigncd begs to cnll tho at.
JL tcuiioii of Planters and others who
nay wa t to move a succession of light
loads for moderate distances to the sys
liy which -i nearly continuous stream of
Mignr cine or other material may be
moved by means of electric motors
iirnwinf.' i i.ekets, baskets or other con.
tuiners nleng a stationary steel md mis.
peuded on posts, thu power being sup.
idled at a central station by means of a
Heam eiiginu or water power working
on ulectrlu dynamo.
This vs tern docs not profrss to com
lieto Willi tramways where thu ground
is suitable for such a modu of convey,
unco, In. i thuciicuuistaucfr uudonwhioh
it j advantages are apparent arc:
Where thu ground Is very rough, un
iiven or pulchy, or where the gradients
ro steof h it nas no iiiiucuity in tirnw.
.ni; a ln.. up au Incline of 1 In 10;
VVhero t.o space for a tramway can.
.irt well ' spared, or over swamps or
,;lier ground Impracticable for tram
It can 'iu taken nlonu the high road
ulili nr hi ich facility and with little
mure o mli action to thu tralllc than by a
hie of ip'icphouo po-ts;
It hai i'iu advantages of tho overhead
vire rip Hyuluiii without Its dlsadvam
-cro Is not a long wire r"po to
l Its attendant friction au 1 loss
I .lov whilst H can turn on sharp
i line can be moved to 'lifter
is at a moderate cxpunt .
now working at Uliiiloln
hor particulars and co3i, np.
W. Ii. HEL'X,
d. of London; also, Ape t for
'uwler ifc Co.'b PaUwi-vh and
Plows, ami Mlrrlecs, Vmson
j Sugar Maoliiuery. "JOO lm
COTTAGE TO LET.
rpiIE Cottage situated at No. Ml Bcre
X tania Street, containing G rooms, to
let, with Stable and Coach House. To
n desirable tenant a leaso of 3 years will
bo granted. For particulars apply to
LEWIS .1. LEVEY,
at lw 40 Queen Street.
lTuliiouallo Clonic and
Corner of Alakea & King Sts.
Feathers Gleaned and Dyed.
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Aflonl.
42 Mercbaat St., Honolnln.
My most faithful attention will bo
given for the
Purchase of Merchandise
Honolulu for tlio residents of tho
several Islands of this group, ly
Crystal Soda forte,
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Florida Lemonade, Aeiatcd Waters of
all kinds, Fruit Syrups and Essences.
We Use Pateat Stojjers
In all our Bottles. ,
Wo Invito particular attention to our
Patent r'ilter, recently introduced, by
which all waters used in our manufac
tures is absolutely freed from nil im.
Wo deliver our Goods free of charge
to all parts of tho city. We guarantee
our Goods to be the best in the market.
Careful attention paid to Islnnd Unlets.
The Crystal Soda WorkSj
P. O. Box 807, Honolulu.
Itoll Telephone : t 208
Mutual Telephone : :,:,o
t3T Orders left with Benson, Smith
Co., No. 11 Fort Street, will receive
We, also, arc Agents for the sale
of J. W. HiHgloy'8
168 - of his own manufacture.
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