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FRIDAY, MAIICII 12. 1880.
OCKA.NIO a. H. CO.
Mnrnioa, fiom tho Colonics for San
Fiancleo, March lib
Mariposa, from Sun rranclfco for the
Colonies, March 20.
Geo. W. Elder, for S.iti PraneNco.
.Mm cli 12
S S Zcalnudhi fiom Sydney
Sclir Knuiia fiom Olownlu
Schr Dowselltiom Kooluit
S S Geo W Elder for San Franelf co
Stinr O It Mishop for llamo.i and
HUnr I.ehita for Hainakua
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Ilk (J O Whllinoio for Port Townend
For San KriiucNcu, per Geo W Klder.
Match 11! Cabin: Capt Crnwfnid and
wife, W -M Meuill, Mis CM Itowlov
ami son, 0 M How lev, Mls Jtaldwln. F
UiiUlw III, Col W Powell and wife, Col
liniltoii. I) Notloy; Steerage: Miss M
Ooodiick, M .1 McduiHw. E IC Mniick.
wife and I elilldien, .1 JJaiccilo-i and
wife, 11 lhowii and wife.
The H S Znaiamlla left Sydney for
San Fiauelsco la Ilouolnlii at 4:!!0
1. M. on a."tli l''el)niary, and oxpcilciieed
modoiate whuN, with lino weather until
nnlval at Wnlpolo Nl.iud, whleh was
paed at il:() i. ii. on 1st int, from
theneu Indenting bieoos, with squall1
at Intel vaN weiu fallen In with until her
anlval In latitude 11! :I2' .outh and
loiigtltudc 1"! 17' e.i't, when a heavy
cyclonic gale, with high confuted sea.
and violent squalls of wind and rain,
accompanied with vivid lightning wax
oxpeileneod, dining which the hlp
lahoied heinlly, ami "hipped vast quan
tities of water. The JbUlli meildiati.
was pa'sed on the Ilh in 12 south, ami
on tlio tith nu eclipse of the un was ob
seived, after which thu weather mode
rated. Canton Island was lighted at
7:V) A. m. on the litli, ami when alnea-t
of It at ftito tliu e.--cl was stopped so
that communication could bu held with
the shoic, but owing to nobody coming
off she. leMiined her course, l'leafi
noi thcat trades weie picked up when
in 2 south, and thu equator was
cioed on the 7tli In longtitudc 171
:10' west. Stiong noitheast tiadusac
eoinpanled with a heavy swell were
met with fiom thence until anlval In
Honolulu at K)::iO a. .m.. Maich lL'lh.
The steniuiT Geo W Elder called at
noon for San FranoUeo wltli Ki.171 bags
of sugar, 1 ,S" bags of ilce, :(4 bdN of
green hide?, .1 nags of coffee, !58 diy
hides, 8 lulls goat kius, 7 bdls of sheep
skins, 2.1 foxs if betel lcao and "70
bnchs of banana. Value, $ll!,7i;o.i:i.
Thu steamer l.cliua -Mi at 5 o'clock
this i. St.
The bark Ceylon. Capt Calhoun, ar
il ved yestoiday 4 1 days fiom Hongkong
with Chinese met chandise and 2U Chi
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Youno People's inceting, this even
ing, at the Uothel Union Vestiy.
Jilt. J. A. Hopper gives n tocial
ilnneo ut hi.s loaidenco this evening.
Si:vi:ual Chinamen were seen
hoiibe-bi caking to-day on Foit street.
Tun Mciry Makuiti givo u niatinuo
to-morrow ut 2 v. t., piineiimlly for
ladies and childien.
The principal shiiipeisof Ktigur by
the Geo. W.Elder to-dny, weie: li win
fc Co., 11,0(5 3 bags; Wideiiiun, 3,5(5!)
bags; C. Afong, l,!17.r).
No passcngeiH for this poit came
by thu Zenlaiidiu, but bonie of those
in tiansit speak of stopping over
until the next steamer.
Tub Queon'ri Own, tinder Caplain
O'Connor drilled last night. The at
tendance was good, unci the evolu
tions highly satisfactory. The corps
will parade, en lonte, inarching
order, on Thuisday eening next, in
In tlio Meny Makers benefit to
Wash. Norton; to-inonow uvuning at
thu Opera House, the Hawaiian Miu
Htiuls and the (iuintctte Club will
assist. Tlio peifoinianees will'thoie
foro bo doubly attiactive.
Tin: ti. S. Keuliiiidiu, uriived this
morning fiom Sydney. Shu will u
ceivo about !(00 tons of sugar, and
sail for San Francisco at 12 o'clock
midnight, and will cany tho Post
Nj:xt Wednesday nioining ut nine
o'clock companies A and B of tlio
King's Own, will maich, headed hy
tlio Hoyul Band, to tho foot of Punch
bowl, wlieio taiget ohooting will take
place for two bilver piic&. Their
now ilag, won at thu lccunt cuiupe
tutivo diill, will piolmbly be iloated
on that day.
A i'i.ucky young kanaka of 15
years or so, presented himself, yes
iurday nioining befoio Deputy Mai
ehn Dayton and Captain W. II. Tell,
iit tlio Station, and wished to bo put
on tho pohcu foico, as delectm". llo
proposed to feriet out somo of thu
petty jobbuiies, so rife of late, and
had no fear of not being able to make
uuests, as bo could eauy u whistle
unil baton, and summon assistance
in caso of being uiiablo to copu with
.any eulpilt ho might meot.
By jtoiniissioii of Mr. (i. V. Alae
'iarlune, tho pailois of tho Hawaiian
llotol havu beun given up to several
Jiulicb of Honolulu who will tender
iiniiiWiirwuiwmiiii i ftantiimiiwriuiHir ir
An Infoimnlhop thl ovonlng to Mr,
and Mrs. and Misa Brown of Hun
Knuicisco, guests ut thu Hotel. Mrs.
Dr. McGrew will be the lady of the
house for the occasion. Manager
(liahani is doing mciytliiiiK within
his power to piovidu for thu enjoy
ment of tin.1 guests and the nllair
pioinises to be a pleastiraliU' one. It
ib tin' intentions of the diiectors of
(ho Hotel to givo u scries of monthly
hops to their patrons and young so
ciety people of Honolulu. Probably
n social club will bo formed for tlio
pin pose of cairying out this aiiauge
nieiil. Onb of two young gentlemen, oc
cupying adjoining rooms in a cottage
down town, after letiring lulu Suttti
day night, heard someone gently
handling the outer knob of his door.
On culling out "Who's theie," thu
person run oil'. After u shoit interval,
the same operation wus heard again
on a nidc door, when llio gentleman
lefoueil lo slipped into liis fiicnd's
loom, and lionowed his levoher.
Mot healing any fuitlicr unite, he
hy down, levolvor in hand, and fell
asleep. His friend, next morning,
on cnteiing the loom, found himself
confronted by the nui..lo of u cocked
pistol pointed witli deadly precision
iowuids the door. He pieferrcd not
to wake anyone up just then, and
quietly slid out. Thu gentleman had
fallen into the arms of Morpheus,
detciniiued to make a noble defence
against attack, whether asleep or
Whim: thu whaler Reindeer was
oil' Kealakekuu Hay, Hawaii, u few
days ago, two of the sailois deserted
the ship. Onu was caught while thu
other is undoubtedly lost. It was at
night and tho ship was about 25
miles oil' shore. The captain was
picpaiing to sleep, when he heard a
peculiar noise, and going on deck,
discoveied u man overboard. A boat
was lowered and tho person picked
up. On being usked how ho came
to bo in the water he confessed that
he and ii comiadu hud agieed to
de.-.ett and that his fiiend had left
some 15 or 20 minutes befoie. Tho
captain immediately ordeicd boats
lowcied and manned to seareh for
tho (lcseitor, knowing that iiu could
never leaeli slioio alie. After pull
ing shoiew.iid for somo time, a cry
was licanl close by, but beforo a boat
could leach the place thu mail had
Vi:st, How it Co. liuvo lcceived
ex. "Geo. Elder" 15. W. Hediooin
sets, H. W. chairs, Baby Cuniages,
Banjos, Banjo Strings, Harmonicas,
Polios of Music, Klosu's Method for
clarinet, White's Method for claiinet,
Song Queen, Song King, Golden
ifobm, (J. A. H. War Songs, Bats,
Base Balls, Koot Balls, Rubber
Buttles, Ac, Ac. 7-1
Rumors were rife about the streets
this nioining of a highway robbery
having been perpetrated on Fort
street last night, of which no less
than four aricsts were reported to
have been made. Having enquired
of Olllcer Mchrtcns for the facts,
wo are authorized to state that the
trouble was confined to a party of
sailois from a whaling vessel lying
off pott. One of the men adminis
tered a shipmate a severe kick,
knocked him down and went through
his pockets. The wounded man,
being very sore, gave vent to rather
sevuio groans and cries, which
brought the police to the spot. On
being biought to tho Station House,
he said it was the "boss" of the
ship whoever that means that
kicked him. The biggest part of
the racket seems to have been in
the Honolulu liquor the men had
The Fort-street Church annual
meeting Inst evening was well at
tended and the proceedings of more
than usual interest. Mr. W. W.
Hall, clerk and treasurer; Mr. J.
B. Atherton, Sunday school super
intendent, and Miss Hopper, Pri
mary superintendent; Mr. C. M.
Cooke, Sunday school treasurer;
Mr. E. A. Jones, libratian ; Mrs.
Southwick, city missionary; Mrs.
W. F. Allen, president of the
Ladies' Benevolent Society; Miss
Spooncr, secretary of Society of
Lhmtian Endeavor presented re
pot ts of the year's doings in their
respective depattments. Olllcera
clucted for tho ensuing year aic:
Deacons, A. W. l'ierco and J. M.
Whitney; Cletk and Treasurer, AV.
W. Hall; Standing Comniitteo, 1'.
C. Jones and J. T. Watcrhotise, Jr. ;
Superintendent Sunday School, J.
B. Atherton ; Assistant Superintend
ent, W. A. Bowen ; Primary Super
intendent, Miss Maggie Hopper;
Truasurcr, C. M. Cooke ; Librarian,
E. A. Jones; Assistant Librnrian,
W. A. Foibcs.
Mattel s of business being dis
posed of, refreshments were handed
round, and the audience, after a
short time spent in the interchange
of social greetings, dispersed.
At the Fort-street Church meeting
last evening, Mrs. Southwick, City
Missionary, reported the building
formerly used by tho mission in
Fowler's yard, enlarged and made
to servo tho doublo pin pose of
chnpcl and school room ; tho Sun
iluy evening Bible class iu (he yard
- 'iYirnrwrinu niiiiir i f uTmitn
16 ntteiulcd hy ftiidlonooi within tlio
building and about the windows of
about 75 people; the Sunday school,
started Inst .September, has an aver
age attendance of from !'5 to -10 ; a
number of persons haj expressed
desires to knd Christian lives ; tho
German Bible class, opened in
October, had to be abandoned owing
to the instructor having left for the
Coast, and no suitable successor
having been procured ; the day
school, taught hy JIms Frnnccs
Johnson, has been In operation since
January 1 1th, average nttendunco
24, ami the progress made by the
pupils is highly satisfactory; the
blackboard donated lij Miss King
proved a valuable accession to the
teaching apparatus, but although
mental Improvement is desirable,
anil, so fur creditable, the Intention
of the mission is to inculcate molal
ity, temperance, cleanliness and
order ; the Young People's Christian
Temperance Union numbers 50
members, to which tui auxiliary has
been formed of small children, now
numbering 57, a condition of mem
bership in the auxiliary is absti
nence from tobacco and these
young folks meet, occasionally at
Mrs. Southwick's residence, where
they nre treated to refreshments,
parlor games, music, cai ds of merit
and other tokens; friendly calls are
made on families; assistance in the
form of loans, gifts and clothing is
often given ; magazines, newspapers
and other reading niatler are dis
tributed among boarding houses,
families, hack-driveis, and on ship
board ; and the mission stock has
been augmented by three large cases
of magazines and a box of clothing
from Kauai. The report closes by
intimating the desirableness of u
kindergaitcii school for the small
girls, a training school for the larger
ones, a free night school for boys
and girls who are at woi't during the
day, a fruit and (lower mission, and
a home for destitute women and
children and aged men; and ex
presses thanks to friends who have
given their co-operation to the work
of the mission.
FititJAV, March 12th
M. Larrcn, drunkenness, SO.
Frank May, disturbiiifr quiet
the night, 810.
Ah Sam, vngraney, haul labor 1
month, costs 81.
Aciau, alias Chun Hook, house
breaking at the store of 11. More
& Co., nolle prosequi entered.
Aciau, alias Chun Hook, larceny
of a pistol and dagger, property of
K. More & Co., Sll.oO nnd hard
labor 2 years, to commenced at the
expiration of previous sentences,
Kuhinana, deserting contract ser
vice of Inter-lshind Steam Naviga
tion Co., ordered to return, costs S3.
COTTAGE TO KENT,
No. 127 Bcretunia Street, at
present occupied by A. Killers.
Possession given May 1st.
Enquire on the premises, i r of L. WAY,
Kin mi Street, in rear. 73 tf
MONTHLY, or longer if dc
shed, n large Furnished Cot.
tniid with I) :ooms. Bath
and freh witter shower hath.
Sea bathing. Sitirited at Kaplolanl
Park. Mutual Telephone in thn house.
Inquire of G. West, of West, Dow &
CO; T.I tf
MRS. A. HOSa', tho idclirntcd For
tuno Teller, has changed her rrsi.
deuce to tlio cornel of Likeliku Street
ami Pnlacu Walk. Mrs. llosn, after n
short stay at that place, will uiiika a
tour round thu Island". T Us
TO THE PUBLIC.
Till Pacific Transfer Co.,
Olliro with C. K. Miller,
Ii Merchuit Sliett,
Bell Tel., 377, Mutual Tel., 391.
I am fully prepiued to do nil kinds of
il ravage, hauling or moving work, all of
which I will guarantee to o.Mctite faith,
(52 ly S. F. GRAHAM, Prop'r.
Sim FrunciHco, (Jul.
con?c(iucuio of tlio ilcnth of the
owner of this well. known property,
thu whole establishment is nllured for
sale, and will ho dbposul of as an en
tirety, offering n favorable opportunity
to any onu ills posed to inter into this
business. Tho Mills for cleaning and
hulling are of tlie most approved pat
tern, with a CorlisH Engine of 100-lmrro
power, built In 188.1, with all the latest
Improvements; also, a Mipcrior Holler
and all Machinery necefsiuy for clean
ing Itlcc rendy for lininedhitu use.
Thu land upon .hich tho structure Is
erected is held by lease, expiring July
1, 18S7, with the privilege of 5 years' ex
tension upon very favoiahln terms, or
the Mills nnd Machlnerj mm he remov
ed if so desired. For further parti
culars, upply to
J. T. WATEKHOUBE,
Honolulu, or to
B. L. Jo.ni:b A: Co., Bun Francisco. 68
Coxmimti: Oenkiiai. or rnr
l), 18S0. f
St.vti.s, Honolulu, Slur. 10,
ALL pcisons having cl linn ngaiuM
tho Kstnto of tlie lute Florence
Harbour will present tho ennio to tins
olllce properly verified vlihln RO ilnys.
.). II PUTNAM,
Ti lw UonsuUSuicml.
"TEMPTED AND TRIED,"
A Plen for TemiMiuico.
BY V.. 0. Oggel, l'ntti r of the Dclhel
Lnlon Church. For tn nt tho
storoof Mr.T U. Thrum, Port Street,
nmlMefBrs. J. M. Out, Jr., A, Co., Mer.
00 Price. lOCeulH. lw
The miller, lned having
tuken chaige'ot Unggngo
Express .o. ;, tor tnc
nurpoeof carrying on tlio hxpress nnu
Drny business, hopes hy pacing ctrict
attention to lnislnes to receive a share
of public patronnge.
13?" Moving plaiKH n.ul fimilturo n
specialty. H. HUKGEKSON.
Kesldence, corner Punchbowl and 15c
rc(ntila SticcU. Mutual Telephone U20.
West, Dow A. Co., Telephonu 1711
IT uironU in great pleasure lo testify
tliut we are highly b.illstled with
the lnter.Iilnnd Steam Navigation Com
pany's route to the Volcano. We he
iieu It to lie the best lino most conveni
ent, mid have much pleasure in rccom.
mending it to tlie notiuo of Intending
tourists. Wo have looki 1 over the
pamphlet written about thia ro:id, mid
everything btuted in tho t-amu fully cor
responds witli thu reality, without being
MW)OHEM OHAWFOKD, Oregon.
AUK liltuWN, Niu Fiiiucicn,
AUK Ii. HKOWN. San Frimciio.
Putialiiii, Feb. 21, 1881!. 02 tf
NEW YORK L.1NE.
XT II. CItOSSMAN As
. will des
line, on or
YY Broad Sued, K.Y,
patch nn Al vessel in this
3Jt AY 1 S, 1 880,
Orders should bu forwurded hy steamer
of Match li)th, to liibiue thipnient by
this opportunity, or noi later than April
(1th. CASTLE & COOKE,
lfuHliioimblo Clonic lltKl
Corner of Alakea A: King Sts.
Feathers Cleaned and Dyed.
Mui's Wi Co.
Commencing on Monday, October
l'Jtli, and thence on thu liibt Monday
following tho arrival of tlio Alamedn
and Mariposa on thu bill and U'.'nd of
Tho steamer Kiiiiut will make tho
Volcano Trip, reaching Keauhou on
Wcdnesduy morning, giving Tourists
two iluys and two nights ut tlio Volcano
When tho 8th und 22nd of tho month
fall on Hominy, the Kiiu.n will leave
EST Tickets for tho Round Trip. $50, which
pays all Chargc-Vga
The Kin an will arrive In Honolulu
Sunday mornings on Volcano Trips. On
Hllo Trips, will lenvft Honolulu on
Tuc.'iUvs, und return t-aturdny morn,
Honolulu, Sept. 14, ISio. 124 tf
General Business & Purchasing AG0"'-
My most faithful intention will be
given for thu
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for the residintH of the
30 1 sevi nil Islands of tills group, ly
Yoscmiic Slating ltiiik,
Will ho open every nflcriK on and even,
ing as follows:
day mid Hiituriluy t'.venliii:.
To the public iu gineral.
For hidlo nnd g"iitlenieii.
For Indies, gentlemen nndjchlldren.
Frldny mid Saturihiy Evenings; uIbo, at
the Tuesday Malliieo.
12 Candy Party,
13-Oran(ro Race for Prize-
THOS. E. WALL, Manager.
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St 3am Lauiidi'y
On or about March 15, 1886,
Z. K MEYERS, Agent,
LV(. 6 0LDBER1
Cor .er of Fort & Merchant Streets,
!la. Jut np. ed out a l.u !;e nnd carefully selected Ftoi k of
G unt's ! 'hie Furnishing (toocb.:,
Cus m Mndc C ithing, and lints mill Caps
::i all t.'j Laleit Stylas ai Patterns.
5T I ticulur nttci'.lon Is calbd to an elegant line of Qcnt'i Nccl.'.Tear.
i). S O. W ll.'.cr,
3Er.a.K -laall J-ood. . !
.'on ran svasi of issc
Pate -it Ba3, Asli,
Wt ' iw, i. irry mil J m wood ita.
Gto es, r.lask.i & Mouth Pic .es
C VLL T3AHI AT
' 1 lw
lt, Ac CO.
rpKE ai'journcd regu j Annual Meet
X Iny j' tlio lnt --Island tvam
Nnv.gatU i Co will bu ) aid, on tlio ifitli
iur.t nt i i'clocl; a. si at their ct'Jcc,
on Iicphib1 e. J. EN ,
Seercti y 1. 1. S. N Co.
II inolu :. Mar, d, 16tr . 71 7t
" CGiUAGE TO LET.
J'N. 1'iiuji Vnllry, b.-'ween
uchhowl H 1 cuts. 0 ici ins,
Kit ili'll t
Slai le, J
or 0 1 the
1 liath, Car I igu House uul
,ery couvcnl -nee. Kent $18
, Apply ut i 0 King Sulci,
Cr n p.my
II i . I)n.
T 1 Dot
Uon ol' OliU'ci'H.
(guhir nice mgof the I aw.
. Carriage lanufiictiuing
Liinitid, hi 1 this day, thu
' illctrs weru fleclcd:
Prcs lent ii Man. ger
e'y&Trcni 11 er
J. C2 14t
U.rcctr -G, West, P
, Al and T. S. J
molu . Feb. 25, It
mpetin't Hi tinttrcss (P rlu.
) a sltuaflo with a pr .ate
1 Y 11 .
.J. A. CONS
iKRl 21VT RttBVI
lo Physic 11,
,ouhl do w
J to adopt
juih, ii tn
iUli on tl
el, opposli 1 Y.
isidt 1' i
L : : : : 3Ioi olulu
cclveil, pe jtcam liln Geo. W. Elder,
ousod IC ickerol, in tins, Eonclcos Codflah,
Jocks, New Chrcso, Dunce I ams and
U.Ver's Wholo Corn, Gjrmi .Break.
;(' Wheat; Luc v he it; Flo- r; Balad
i.ters; )y iters; Hwcil u SMtr PI tlcs;AB
tes: . iu : Italslna: PmrUuttir; . rrowroot
Mixed Crackcn; Choice J.u an. Enillsh .-cukfost,
lVi-; Fnn.ly Flour; llran; Oils ; Waei.f, Coi j Saloon
lis; Keros ie Oil, etc , etc.
1 parts of Pic city. Satisfaction gi.utnntjed.
A. U. BO'
IMo. 4 A tltm ,h ,u le.
Hats dyed and prrnBe i,
Feathers cleaned and curled
Nutlvo stinws tewed In all the latest
Lussons given In tlilrly.slr. kinds of
fancy work, with dnwin,'au painting
Orders taken for nil !;h ds 1 cmbroi.
Tho Most Durable end Prettiest
for Children's clothes, ciptci. lly Hoys'
Suits, that you ever si v,
AUK FOlt SALE BY
E1ULOYjIENT OI PICE,
npilE undersigned has innvi il into tlio
L olllco of Mr. J. E. Wiscmuu. where
will bo prcpuriMl to furirth house.
hold servants, collect
bills. 00 Anclo.
business. (5'J Oni)
A. Xf'o-w OusIch oi"
FnH Stove Coal,
Just received, ex bark Lo iprlng.
Departure Bay and
For sale In pi int.tles to nth.
N. II. When ordnruc coa ask if you
-let 2,000 or 3,iMl' lbs. u-rTr . Wo tell
long Tons. (61 lm) ylLD.R&CO,
f -kMi-WTTTm m