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TUESDAY, MAHCII 0. 188G.
OCr.ANUJ 8. S. CO.
Mnriiron, from the Colonic for San
Francisco, Mnruli lit.
Mariposa, from San FraneUoo for the
Colonic. March 20.
Geo. W. Kldcr, for .San Francisco.
Uktuu Kllkltul from Port Towmond
Sehr Nettle Merrill fiom l.alialna
Sehr Mnnitokawnl from Koolan
Sehr Wallulu from Multko
Itktno Mary Wliikehnuu for Han
.Slmr.las Makcc for ICtinaa via
Slmr W C. Hall for Windward I'oils
Schr Klnikal for Waialua
Schr Mauiinknwni for Koolan
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Tern Eva for San FraneNeo
.Sehr Malolo for I.aupahnchoc
Schr Nettle Merrill for l.alialna
For Mani. per l.iki'llki-. Mitrcli 8tli It
F Holies, wife and child. Sl-ucr Itona
ventnra. Mr 1' X Makco and Ml deck.
For ICanal. per Iwalani, March Will
Judge n X Wilcox. .Iitdgo Muhenla,
wife and family, W E Kowcll. Louis
Tlteomh, wife and Infant. V W Spit,
Ml Flora Hart, lieo Cay. It M Charl
ton and wife. 77 I'oituguee Immigrants
and 100 ilcck.
For Windward Port1-, per Kiiinii.
March 8th For the Volcano: C M
Cooke and wife. Cha l'uttiam and
wife. II K Flnlcy, Mr Collins and wife.
.1 W Liming ami wife. For way port-:
llou.l L Kaiihikou, Hon V I'alua, Hon
A ICaulIa, J H Sncvd-iCvniiericv, C L
Wight. James Brodfo, V S, C it Makee,
Mrs W 11 Wilkinson. 1) Ciownluberg
ami wife, W 11 Cummin", M OJto-s,
Mrs Alexander, Mrs .1 Wight, 1 Dltw,
J. lent L.I Nahora lllpa, l'-i" Portuguese
and too deck.
The Mokolil was lowered from the
Marine Hallway this morning.
The Eva expects to sail for San Fran
The Allie Howe is docked at the Fih
Tlio Courtney Ford has IliiMied dis
charging. The schooner Wallele brought 1,000
bags of sugar from Mallko tills morn
lug. I'lio whalers Keludeer Ocean, .1 A
lowland and Km ope. are off port, and
the Ohio Is on the Marine Jtallway.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Vvma: on fourth page.
0. A. 11., 7:il() to-night.
Stiso.no N. E. winds: and heavy
hciih are loported at, Koolan.
For ollieers of tho Kiiwuiloii Ranch
Company, wo advertisement.
J)it. Goto has removed his ollico to
Miiunakoa htrcot, in tho building
formerly occupied by Or. Fitch.
Tki-.montiii.y mails to the Coast
are probable, not tri-weokly as htatcd
by u slip of the pencil yesterday.
Wantiiu imiiicdiately a burglar
that a Honolulu policeman can see,
hear, overhaul, or bring down at
FlVi: kanaka ilshermen clinging to
capsized sloop were picked up oil
the harbor this morning by Capt.
McGregor of tho Manuokawai.
E.ci:i,u:."r reports come from St
Matthew's Hall, San Mutt-o, Uul., con
cerning Oowbett, Cunimiiigs, Wilder,
Jawuiianakoa and Keliiabouui.
A KTiticT investigation into the
accident to the Mariposa's boilois in
this port is to bo held in San Fran
cisco by tho Society of Engineers.
Tin: monthly meeting of the olli
eers ami teachers of the Bethel Union
Sunday school will be hold this oven
ing at 7 :i!0 o'clock, at tins, lesidencc
of Hov. E. C. Oggel, the pastor.
. To-Jioitiiow the schooner Malolo
will take !Hi!i bars of railroad iron for
u track between Knwiiilakilahi and
Laupiihochoc, for tho purpose of con
voying sugar to Laupahoehoe land
iK. Mn. Henry S. Townsend, teacher
in the Government School at Lihue,
Kauai, lias tcndeied his resignation.
Jt is said that Air. Townsend intend-,
to transfer his services to the Hilo
Tiik "Advortiser" has account of
tho seiious illness in Toulon of Hon.
C. G. Hopkins, Minister of Finance
for this kingdom during tho leign of
lCiimehainoha IV., and Minister of
tho Interior under Kaiiiehanioha V.
I'acii'io llo-o Company mot last
evening, tho foreman, O. IC. Millei,
in tlio chair. It was decided to havo
h collation in honor of tho now how
4'iirl, expected by the Mariposa. Jly
iiiiauimous vote liquor mia tabued
for that occasion.
Tin: Hawaiian Consulate in San
Prancisco has boon furnished "111111
leeorated in fine style, making it
very convenient for business and at
tractive for visitors, people fiom tho
Islands being over welcome to tlio
comforts provided lor them, ,
''"mi Ximlnndla, from the Colli
f0, .,.,. Francisco, will mobiibl bo
In 1 1 on Tliursduv. consigned to
j Jl.vkfcld & (Jo. On her arrival nt
I tin- Coast, she will paw into tins oos
t ci inlnn of lii'r now owtiow, the
i (..( iiuii- Steamship Company.
Tun "Anglican Church Oliron'-lo"
for Alarch contains another in.-tal-int'it
of Ilev. Alex. Atackinti.h's
tiaelfl in the mother country, in
ti'iixuly inteiesting. For tho rest,
tin- contents uio up to tho ti mil
strndatd in quality and variety.
Tiik sale of ship Stitlingshiro's.
immigrant stoics, by L. J. Levev to
day, was a succcsftil one, but the
total was not footed up in time for
this item. Wing Wo Tai A- Co.
bought the building lately occupied
by V. E. Foster, Fott streit, for iff.!!.
A t'.utor. crowd gathered on the
I. I. S. X. Co.'s wharf this afternoon
tn witness the dopartuie of their
Majesties Ihe King and (Jiieen, bv
Ihi'sleamer W. (i. Hall. The hand
was in attendance and will accom
pany the lloyal party to the Sunday
school convention at Honohiuu.
'I'm: steamer .las. I. Dowsett took
.'ID men, 21 women anil -lo children
of the Portuguese laborers that (Mine
bv the Stirlingshire for I'aia planta
tion, Maui; also four men for East
Maui Sugar Co. On her next trip
she will lake about f0 moie for Hn
A max who was wakened uptheother
night by an intimation from bis wife
that u burglar was trying to t'lter
Ineir domicile, mid going forth '.villi
a gun only caught a cold, says u good
dt.ilof the present scale is nianu
factuied by the women to keep their
husbands at home nights.
Yi'stehdav evening tlio whaler
()'io drifted onto Hie reef oil' the har
bor. A signal for the tug-boat was
hnii-led, but before the Elou o-jiild
get out u light bieeze sprang up and
t'ie whaler got oil'. Sho was lea.ing
1 retty badly, and this morning was
hauled on the Marine Jlailway to bo
A i.ovm.Y young lady, known to
i.io.-.t of the leaders hereof Ali, X.
L. has beaten the record on tho
"Tower of I Iannoi." Sho has ao om
phehed the feat in two minutes' and
nine seconds. Xeither the ; ung
lady nor the puzzle was strapped to
the table. Sho is anxious to have
Mmieono beat this recoid and then
she will beat that.
To-.moi:kow will lie Ash Wednes
day, the fust day of Lent. .Special
seiviees wiil be held in St. Andrew's
Cathedral, conducted by the Ilishop
of Honolulu, as follow: Holy Com
munion, (!:ii() a. in., and morning
prayer with sermon at i) a. m. The
wi'oml congregation will hold ser
vices, conducted by Jtev. George
Wallace, at 11 a. in., and 7 :.10 p. in.
Mit. David L. Heck, recently so ill
at the Hawaiian Hotel, who went
home to San -Francisco on the last
up trip of tho Alararoa, died in that
city on tho 2!5th of February last. It
appeared that he had Uright's dis-i'.im-
of tho kidneys. Ho leaves u
l.uge circle of friends here, in the
Fast and on the Coast, who sincerely
mourn his loss. It is seldom that
one so amiable and full of good quali
ties is called away.
I.v the "Virginian Alumniy," to bo
nivon by tho Merry Makers at Air.
.Norman's benefit to-night, Wash.
'i rton will poi.-onato an Egyptian
mummy. It is a most aurising
farce, and in that rolo Air. Norton
has kept audiences to tho south con
vulsed with laughter. A dummy
mays mummy along with him, hut
In. is suppowd to believe tbiit the
i'guie beside him is another live per
son paid to act tlio part.
A i.ahoi: crowd attended the con
ceit of tho Royal Hawaiian Hand at
the Hotel last evening, tho verandahs
and grounds being tluonged. .Mana
ger Graham had a lino illumination
with hundreds of coloicd Ian ems.
I'lio King, 1'rincess Liliuok.ilani,
G.iveriior Oomiiiis, Attornoy-Gi neral
Xeumann, and the American Minis
ter witli Airs. Morrill wore among
Ihow piewnt. A delightfully fresh
bieeze added to the pleasure of the
10. 1. Adams S: Co.'s talc of . tocks
to-day was attended by a puwoiful
cniicouiw of capitalists, and the
prices obtained were renuiikubly
favorable, consideiing tho blue aspect
of treaty matters. Following is a
list of tlio sales, par values being
given in parcnthei-os: (! shaios Inter
Island Steam Navigation Co. (100) at
'f'J.'.; 1 StarAlill(fi00(,!j;:S2.r; 11 Peo
ple's Ice (100), S0; fi l'acilic Xavi
g.tion (100), I'.IO; ,r Wainieu Mill,
Kauai (100), 102.50; 5 Wainianalo
Sugar (100), ijUoTi; Ti Hawaiian Car
riage Manufacturing (100), s)7; 10
Alutmil Telephone (10), $7..r)0, mid 10
at !r7; ft Wilder's S.S. (100), ifi)7.
Xo. 21 of the " Luso Hawiiiiano,"
which is just to baud, complains of
fhe numerous robberies which are
committed at picsont, and of which
the l'orlugucso element Millers as
much as all tjio rest of tlio popula
tion. The " Luso" fin ther says that
if the present state of aflairs lines not
meet witli a speedy leinedy, tho citi
zens will lnivo to do hero what was
done in San Francisco, when tho
pcopln took the law in their own
hands and instituted tho committee
of " vigilantes." Our Portuguese
neighbor continues to present every
cign of n prospeiotis ami useful exist
ence, and uluo shows bigiiu of revival
THE REIGN tr TEi. .MR.
SUVKKAI, UUIUiLAI! IW AN' ATTKMIT-
ki) Koiminitr.s L st ' ht Citi-
ZKXS AtlMIN'O FO.t Pit- T -CTIOS.
st'st'iriotrs visiTOir at "av, noi'sr.
OK HO.V. SAli PAH fK.
A sitspieloiH-Iojking character
was seen prowling about Ion. Sam.
1'aikur's house, King fc.teet, Sun
day Inst. He was iotici I to hung a
horseshoe on u gati , as 1 to mark
tho place for a iv ctun ul visit. A
close watch was tliircfot" kept, but
nobody came round t'mt night.
East evening, while tha concert at
the Hotel was in progn. t?, a tele
phone messago c.inio thco to inform
Air. 1'arkcr that fro sfuigu mrn
were at his place. Attl same time
word was sent to the IV o Station,
and Air. Crabbe, Stat u keeper,
despatched two policei en to the
spot. The olllcer?, however, failed
to Hud an'body; but ' r. Hiram,
driving into town, i eport -n that he
passed two white men in long over
coats, on Piikoi stree , opposite
Judge Preston's house.
IIOI1T. MOItF, a- CO. I'OUli:r.
Last night the worksli .) and store
of Robt. Alorc & Co., .1 ichinists,
King street, were lurglr red, three
vcvoItois and a lot of '.uinunition
being carried off. K: : nice was
effected from Ileihcl -,11001, the
breaking-in being done irougli the
siiop ofllrown & P'lillip-. plumbers.
A gate about bix foot liij ii was first
climbed over, ami the l ir at the
back of it removed. TI i indicates
more than one robber, i- climber
opening the gate to mini his com
rades. The rear wim.o v of the
plumbing shop looks n on the
yard into which tin gate rpens. A
stick was used to suppor the upper
sash of this window. '1 .i robbers
broke a pane of glass ii the lower
sash, when it was easy insert an
arm and remove tie si :. When
inside, the robbers eliml '. up on a
rack of iron pipe, 1 litis r tting orcr
a high partition info lie
Go.'h shop, wlicnei the
road to the ofllce on '.'
They took the rrvolve
sliow case or window, o.
both, and in getting c
!. Aloro &
id a clear
r lidges to
ck in the
suit disarranged the st
window, many boxes 1
open tins morning, wi .i the con
tents of somo catte jil about.
Nothing but the arms a d ammuni
tion mentioned is missci . There is
no sign of any altcni upon the
feafc of cither firm. It oulil there
fore apjioar to be more 'he work of
persons itching for the p ssession of
deadly weapons than t'-at of bur
glars after valuable spoi j.
A HL'UO I.Alt VISITS TI
Another burglary wa . committed
at an early hour this in miing, and
the boldness of the d rodator was
so great ttiat it makes
tingle with madness tt
the culprit is still at la)
peucd at two o'clock,
profound darkness and
her, at the residence of
house, II. B. M. Cunmif
Wodehouse, who was
awako, was distutiiod I
noise in the hallwav tlir
the parlor to the dinii.
1. It hap-
..n hour of
y a peculiar
;, room, and
fearing something wrom tlio got up
and 6truck a light, w'.jii all of a
sudden there was . terr id racket of
falling chairs and u hat retreat of
someone. A Imrglat, apparently
well acquainted wit), the inner
structure of the house, 1ml entered
by one of the front dot s that opens
into the pallor, ard almoiigh there
were a gieat many vah .iblos in that
room he passed thror di into the
dining room and Lien t 'he . Major's
dressing room, wher. his daily
apparel, gold watch an thcr valu
ables were. It wis ju
Airs. Wodehouse strui
and the burglar becoi
made the disturbance .
t then that
ii'h the fur-
nituro, in his hasty red eat dropping
his plunder, tlio Majoi . clothes, in
the dining room and i.rlor. It is
believed that the rol hi r dropped
everything ho ltu I be
for removal. Precaui
taken against another
on will be
isit of the
Tin: Acorn hi' vkss.
On Sunday night a Jhinesc store
kept by So Sam Lee, I 1 imiii street,
nearly opposite the '..1110 House,
was entered and S2C 1 in money,
three sliawls ami two t'clt hats car
ried off. Entrance is mado by
perforating a board in
witli an auger ami the
from that apartment
llnding easy iiccims to
building. An unsuce
at a similar gamo wii'
day night, on a Cli
Port street, tlio pr
wakened up by the
j. water closet
ie rest of the
mado on Fri
lese store on
iiating of tho
linger on two occasioi i, and finding
in the morning a boun with fourteen
holes across it but not removed,
A hUl'rOSr.I) HIOnWAYMAN.
At 12 o'clock la t night hack
number 170, witli Air Hielenbcrg as
passenger, was coniii .; down Nun
aim avenue, and wli 11 in (rout of
of trndo, having o o vi
of now luhertisom .its
day ns the Uulli n.v l
Mr, V. C. .Tonos's hnuit n man wni
seen to cniergo from th daikness.
lie had a revolver in nam!, and
when the carriage npi lached he
came forward as though . intercept
the vehicle. The drive, drew up
the horse and was almost it a stand,
when Air. Biclenbcrg homed lo
whip up and go m fast .s possible.
The driver obeyed, and !"0 carriage
was allowed to pass. Fiom the
light of the hack lump th" highway
man was seen to be 11 foieigner and
was noticed to mount 11 horse that
was hitched to the fence and ride
olf towards the Pali.
The Gazette has the following,
missed by its daily contenipoiarics:
On Suuday evening the residence
of Air. Geo. Ordway, on Punchbowl
street, was visited by a couple of
burglars, who after trying to gain
admission by means of false keys,
awakened the owner, who with pistol
in hand awaited their entrance into
the house. Unfortunate1)' Air. O.
had occasion to cough slightly, when
the burglars, who were barefooted,
immediately decamped in opposite
Kesidcnts are generally talking
"vigilance committee" and "pistol,"
as antidotes to the present robbers'
carnival. Husty weapon.- are being
brought forth, furbished, oiled and
loaded, by people to defend their
homes against the depredators, who
must bo taken for granted as ready
for any act to prevent capture if
discovered. It is to be hoped, how
ever, for the good naino of the
place, that poor men, uiriole to buy
defensive weapons to protect their
small household stores, v. ill not re
sort to burglaiy to ob.ain them.
.Such an anomaly would suggest
that an undignified panic had seized
AN INTERESTING VOLUME.
At the Honolulu Libiary maybe
seen an old Geography ol tho World
published in London al "ut the be
ginning of the present c tittiry. It
is a large folio, and has s ue curious
engravings of scenes 1.1 the Ha
waiian Islands, and in tiler parts
of the Pacillo, then exci'. ig as much
public interest n .SU..doy's dis
coveries in Africa have ior this pre
"TEMPTED AND TRIED,"
A 1'lun for Tejnperaiu'i'.
BY E. C. Oggel, Pastor . the Hethel
Luion Church. Pm ale at the
stores of Air. T. G. Thrum, Fortbticct,
nml Alcfsrs. J. M. Ont, Jr., & Co., Aler
09 Price, 1 CimiIn. lw
BY virtue of an oulur lsuutl out of
the Supreme Court 01 ihe Hawaii
an Islands, silting as 11 ( ,uit in Ad
miralty, wherein certain p vcei'dings in
Admiralty wree brought v Frcetii it
Peacock, plaintiffs against the lirig
Allie Howe, 11 decree and order of sale
was liiado thciemider by t; Honorable
Lawrence McCully, "Ju'ce of the
Supreme Court, dated lie 2-lth day of
February, a.m. 18wH, connn ding nil- in
niirbiiiincu of said urenu 1 sell thu mid
brig Allio Howe, her buii.s, tackle, ap
parel mid fm nil 111 ft.
In obedience toj-atd on: . 1 will sell
JJIUG "ALLIE ItOWE,"
iier lovatB, tnekh, apparel end furniture
ill public auction, to the hlglict bidder,
the 11th day of March, a i. 1880, at
12 o'clock 1100. ,
At her moorings at Kiiinu ' wharf, near
tlio Finli Maikel, llonoliilu.
31 Terins eunli j denls nt expunsu of
Honolulu. Felt. 21. IfcSd. (!1 td
The Most Durable and Prettiest
for Children's clothe, especially Boyb'
Suits, tli.it you uvir nw,
AliK FOR SALE BY
On.sU,le Sc Cooke.
I HKUDEUT REKVn, M.H.S.,
J llyilroiMtlil" IMiysician,
Heals all dibciseb 1m l'mitlctitiun,
Chronic Diseases a specialty.
Perrtnns weary of usir - physio with,
out avail would no well to adopt tills
system. Consultation In .is, L'to-li'.M.
t?;" Invalids on tho niher islands
visited by specul urranj intnt.
lteshlence Hotel Strri', opposite Y.
.M.C. A. C8 lm
aruKhiomilile Clonic anil
Corner of Alakeii t King Sts.
Foathors Clcanod and Dyed.
E lS. HTJ'Sr! AGE, GROCER,
K C XI3I3X,
Has received, per tcnmshlp Geo. W. Eider,
Sn tod alibut, Soused M ckcrol, in tins, Bonoloss Codfish,
in Hollies, Eastern Co'I
gs Butter, Kcgf, iork
; Out Meal; Corn Afea
DurctV OllvoO.t; Lo
ra'cts; oa Wati-r; I)t
bool Cakes: Mixed (
1 Ul,093Din Tua. Fanu
catoes; Onions. Keiose
lvcred to all parts of th
Telei. hone 119.
&t am Laundrj
0:d .f about March 15, 1886,
Z. K. SEVERS, Agent.
V , G 01 DBERG,
C'AM1X113 -IAS LOCJ,
or )r of Fort i 5 Merchant Streets,
is just opened out a lai e and carefully selected stock of
G nt's Fine I arnishing G-oods,
Cictom-Mado CI. hing, and Hats and Caps
. all Us LttBi Styles ai Patterns.
V 1 .euliir attention h cidh to un elegant line of Geut's Neckwear.
: . 1
AGJ' TO LET.
Valley, hiiwcen Nun an
ill howl Sii' 'ts. 0 rou.-is.
datli, Carii ij.0 I'ouse ml
v convenience. Heat 18
Vpply at 1 10 KiiiK Sli H,
.r sale, at lowest rates,
E & Burke's Stoct,
'. uarts and Pints;
7.. &. ; Burke's Pale Ale
' mirts and Pints;
E i; I. '. ' .rke's Sparkling , lo,
' 'uarts and Pints. 1 i
Y. ..- ol .on of Co-piirtn r
Hhii). 'Ei ' nership heretofore e.ist'ng
bet .ii MAX EC1CAUT .mil
SI'U iUBASII, under tlio .1111
--of '. Hawaiian .lewel Mani '.ie.
Is . day dinsolved by tnu mil
nt. . e liuslnesH will lio cm 'led
. Mi i. AX ECKAUT, who wii ns.
mill 1 delits of said concern, ind
ills i will lie payable to him.
iv; .MAX ECKAH '.
7. 1 ft. : ' 'v ECKAH'l', Mmi.ifiiclu ing
J l? .Iu . or, lias removed to the ore
fi erly 1 upied by J. A. Pi.lmer, ext
d to n. O. Irwin it Co.'s, ort
icrf jsincij & Purchasing A'J' t
I Mt St., HdioI la.
y iiv riiitliful ntteulloii will '0
given foi the
"'up "ise of MorchandwiQ
(op 'i for the rr-shl-nts i tho
st 1 Ulumls of thlu .;roup. ly
um & io.
Ii in blocks, New Cheese, Dupce Hams and
nrd, lt.ikcr'fl Whole Corn, Gcrmen, Brc.ik.
Crnokcd Wheat ; Buckwheat! Flour; Salad
ters; Oysters; Sweet and Sour Pickles; As--.9;
XtiW; ltaislmi; Pear lhittcr; Arrowroot
ickers; Choice Japan, English Broukfust,
f Flour. Bran; Oats; Wheat; Corn; Saloon
Oil, etc., etc.
'city. Satisfaction gumanteed.
Tlio house and premises on
Emmii Street, opposite thu
residence of Jas. Campbell,
Esq., and now occupied by dipt. G.
Jackson. Possession given on or after
tho 15th inst. Apply to
P. A. SCIIAEFEK.
Honolulu, March), 18SC. 07 lw
Election of Ollitturs.
AT the regular meeting of Die Haw.
aiian Carriage Manufacturing
Company, Limited, held this day, tlio
following olllccrs were elected:
Gideon Wi.st President & Manager
11. F. Dii.i.i.viiiA.w Vice-President
T. 8. 1)ouni.Art Scc'y & Treasurer
W. F. A1.1.KN Auditor
Directors G. West, It. P. Dillingham,
W. F. Allen and T. S. Douglas.
Honolulu, Fob. g.'i, 1SS0. 0'2 Mt
IT allbrds us great pleasure to testify
Unit wo aro highly satislled with
the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Com.
pany's rotitu to tho .Volcano. Wc lie
lieve it to lie thu best and most conveui.
cut, and have much pleasure in recoin.
mending it in thu notice of intending
tourists. Wo have looked over thu
pamphlet written about this mud, uud
everything Mated in the samo fully cor.
responds witli the reality, without being
MKDOltEM CHAWFOItD, Oiegon.
ABE KNOWN, San Francisco,
ABE L. HHOWN, San Frauciscw.
Pimaliiu, Feb. Ul, 188(1. IJ'J tf
lLJIJ XII ill I iUilXlXJl
JVo. I AdaiiiH I. line.
Ilali dyed iihiI pressed,
Feathers cleaned and curled,
Nativo htiaws sewed in till tho latest
Lessons given in thirty-six kinds of
fancy work, witli drawing and painting
Orders taken for all kinds of ciuhrol.
Tho undersigned having
UKcn ciuirgo ot jttiggagu
-Express No. 34. for the
ptirpoMi nt carrying on tho Kxpress and
Dray business, hopes by paying urict
attention to business to receive a share
of politic patronage.
t5fV" Moving pianos and furniture a
specialty. B. BUHOEUSON.
Residence, corner Punchbowl and Be
retania Streets. Mutual Telephone 820,
West, Dow & Co., Telephone 170