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MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1880.
OCKANIU S. S. 00.
Muramn, from the Colonics for
FraiicI.vo, Mnich III.
ilaripo.a, from San FranrUini
Colonic", March 20.
Geo. f. Elder, for S.ui Francl?co,
Stmr Klnau from Windward Ports
Stmr Mokohl from Molokal
Stmr Vtiliiainilo from Wnlmanalo
Nettie XV O Irwin from San FrnncUco
Schr Mary Foster from Kolou
Schr Lcahl from llanalel
Stmr Mkcllku for Kithiilul
Stnir Iwalanl for Kauai and .Vlllian
Stmr Dimwit for Pala
Schr Miiiuiokiiwnl for llanalel
Sehr Wululiii for ICiuml
.Schr Italnbuw for Koolau
Sehr Doweptt for Huelu
Stmr Mokolll for Mnlokui
Schr Mary Foster for Walanae
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
llgtiic Oco C 1'erkliH for San FrancNco
Stnir Klnati for Windward Ports
Stmr Kllauua Hon for ll'ini"' .m
Stmr ,las Makuc for Waia .o and Kupaa
Schr Lcahl for llanalel
VESSELS IN PORT.
Urlg Alllo Uowe, Phillip
Hitne Comtney Ford, Miller
llgttiu G 0 Perkins, Ackerman
Hk 0 O Whttinorc, Thompson
Tern l.ottlo Falrllcld, iliiiuny
Shi)) Stlrllnghlre, Alexander
limine XV G Irwin, Tuiuur
From Windward. Ports, per steamer
Klnau, March 15 Mr Putnam and wife,
Mr Flnley, Mrs Andrews, II Sonter, 11
II Scholtzy, Mrs K Mackenzie and dill
ren. CIiuiik Lung, Tlio.s Xott, .1 Kenton,
A P Olcson, Akaka, .1 It S Kynuersley,
J II McLean, Mrs Leu See and elilldicn,
M Pico and wife, J Pico, Jr. Manuel
lloxs, Mrs .1 Kauhane, W F Poiue and
Steamer Klnau brought 8,151 bags of
sugar, 1 hoie, 21 bales wool, 2 pinions,
111) pks sundries.
Stmr Mokolll sails this evening at 5
o'clock, the Makco to-morrow at 8 a m,
and tlio Klnau at I i M.
Tlie Geo C Perkins sails to-morrow
A m for San Francisco, the Excelsior
will sail on Wednesday, and the Court
ney Ford on 'JTureday or Friday next.
The schooner Mary Moster arrived
this morning with sugar from Kolua.
She sails tills evening with coal for
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Uook-ki:i:pinci class at thu Y. M.
C. A. this evening.
TlATiir.it quiet about town to-day,
particularly so for Monday.
Mauiuci: Adlur won tlio orango
nice at tlio Yosemito llink Saturday
Six persons weio baptized by im
niursion, at the Marino Railway
yesterday, Elder Henley officiating.
Mit. 1). P. Sinitli has inndo an
assignment of tlio Central Park Skat
ing Kink to Komi Supervisor Hurt
Tin: brig Geo. C. I'crkhw will sail
ouily to-morrow with 12,(10.1 bags of
sugar, valued at !ff)2,Gf)2.(iO for San
A tkkmi:.vi)OUS watersiiout was
neon ut sea yesteiday afternoon aliout
fi o'clock from mi elevated point on
Tin: Paia Mill, Maui, is -1,000 bugs
of sugar abend of tlio Dowsott and, in
consequence, tlio steamer will uiiiku
throe trips this week.
Mit. G. D. Gilnian, of Boston, once
a resident of .these islands, makes
favorable mention of tlio Hawaiian
Almanac and Annual for 188(1.
No wonder if the bottom fell out
of the Yolcaco. "Ornithorhynchus"
was there, and ho is belioved to have
liroken tlio iirc-goddess's heart.
Mn. XV. S. Luce is propuriuv to
occupy tlio stoio, lately vacaten .
tlio Hawaiian Jewelry Manufactory ,
ns a wholesale liquor establishment.
The roller roaster has been taken
ilown. Tlio woodwoik will bu used
to build u cottage, while tlio track
oar.s and ilxturcs will lie sold at auc
tion. Tin: now l'olico Court is receiving
tlio finishing touches this afternoon.
Those having rooms pre-engaged will
probably find them ready for occu
pation, next week.
jAIu. 'A. K. Myers who has been
acting agent for tlio now steam
laundry, has left tho laundry and
gono into tho Water Works Dup.irt
.jnont of which ho has been appointed
Mn. Wash, Norton lias not decided
whether tlio Merry Makers will leave
by tho Mararoa for J3jm Francisco or
the ship Stirlingshire for Portland,
Or., but says ho "would lutuni to tlio
Colonies if ho got a good oiler."
The steamer Kilaueu Hon will take
to-morrow, two pieces of timber, each
(50 feet long and 11x11 inches in
thicknees, for Pepeckoo, lluwiiii, to
hoist ft lotttrn roller up an embank
incut. The steamer will also take u
roller to Kiihuhii.
Tin: hail storm ut Keulin and
ICapna reported in another part of
this paper mjciiis to have e.t"nded
over u great portion of Kauai. At
Xa will wili tlio dest ruction, was great.
Chinese houses, dead chickona and
oats were teen Moating through the
V. S. St'itouix is opening out a
new line of business in the city. His
ollice is over Messrs. M. A. Gonsalves
& Co.'s store on (Jueen street. His
specialty, as will bo seen in his adver
tisement, is Irish linens. Mr. Kprouli
represents the largest linen manu
facturing company in the world, and
one that lias brunch houses in
Kurope, America and Australia.
Ni.sm: tenders wcio received for the
contract of lighting the street", The
lowest was from Mr. Geo. C. Strate
nieyer, $2.50 per month, for each
lamp. Mr. Strutemcyer, not being
aide to obtain tlio necessary supplies
f i oni tlio Coast in time for the com
mencement of the service, was ob
liged to withdraw, when the contract
was awaided to the next lowest
bidder, Mr. K. C. FiHlibouriie.nts.TG.
"Pim:si:nti:ii to James Kauhane,
by citizens of Honolulu, as a testi
monial to his bravery and coolness
in arresting a Cliineso burglar,
Aciiiu, alias Cluing Fook," is thu in
scription on a handsome gold watch
and case presented to Sergeant Kau
hane, yesterday, by the citizens, in
presence of thu Marshal, Deputy
Maishal, and the whole police force.
Dr. Webb and Mr. XV. 11. Castle were
uUo present, Mr. Castle making tlio
pieseutatiou on behalf of tlio sub
scribers. A.iv day during the last week or
two a new and elegant milk wagon,
inscribed "Union Dairy," may have
been seen around thu streets of Hono
lulu, laden witli shilling cans tilled
with pure milk. This is a new enter
prise of Mr. Dclwsett's. The ranch,
whom the cows uro pastured and the
milking is done, is at Kaluiuiki, about
three miles from tlio city, with u milk
depot at Pulamii. This is an addition
to our milk supply, which may liavo
tlio ed'ect of lessening its cost to
Following is tlio list of passengers
booked to leave by tlio S. S. Mararoa:
Miss McDonnell, Miss Emerick, Mrs.
F. II. Ore, Mrs. 1). A. Douglas, Mrs.
K. 11. Hunch, W. XV. Warner, Mrs.
nnd Miss A. Drown, Mr. L. Drown,
Miss F. Drown, A. L. Drown, Mrs.
W. I). Alexander and 2 children,
TIioh. J. Stonoy and wife, Col. W. II.
Wilson, Col. Uurlton, W. Kay and
fon, I). W. Deckwitli, wifo and
daughter, J. Ilallilan, wife and
daughter, Mrs. Canavarro, nurse and
chilli, Mrs. S. T. Alexander, Mrs. E.
N. Dailov, II. linger, Mons. II. Feer,
G. N. Wilcox.
Officer Marcos made a raid last
evening, on it butch of Chinese
gamblers in a building on Xuiianu
street, adjoining Love's bakery.
Eight Chinese were in tho room, and
weic not a little surprised when they
discoveied tlio ollicer among them.
All but ono of tho company, was
bagged, but tlio other did not escape,
being picked up on tlio pavement to
which ho had rolled from tho roof
after jumping out through tlio win
dow. A lot of dominoes, sundry
other paraphernalia and !J7i in
money formed tho added trophies of
tlio raid. Tlio fellow that was picked
up outside was taken homo to his
friends to bo doctored, being one
of four of tlio lot who wore bailed
out for $200.
Mn. J. Horbuit Keove, of this town,
lias made an oiler to the Hawaiian
Government to undertake tho treat
ment of about twenty lepers, natives,
on the hydropathic system, piovidiug
tho Government will provide them
exclusive and strictly private accom
modation in somu dwelling where
they will lie under strict surveillance
and proper discipline and whero thoy
would be absolutely free from tho
possibility of partaking of anything
which their friends might kindly,
but injudiciously minister to them,
mid which would probably bo detre
niental to their recovery. Mr. Keove
would prefer to take newly developed
cases, nuilo or female, who have not
boon under any provious treatment,
and oxpiesses his belief tlmt in tlireo
or four months lie would be ulilu to
give a good account of tho results of
his system; and says that constant
attendance, would bo required, but
that the cost would bo comparatively
Just received per steamer G. W.
Elder 5,000 feet Picture and Cornice
Mouldings now Styles and Patterns.
King Unix,' Art Store, Hotul strcot.
Piwmti: Frames and Cornices
iiiiidu loonier; a largo variety of
Moulding to select from and ut
prices to suit all. King Dros.' Art
Store, Hotel street. 70 H
Wi'.st, Dow & Co. have received
ex. "Geo. Elder" D. XV. Dedroom
sets, It. W. chairs, Uaby Carriages,
Ilaujos, lliinjo Strings, Harmonicas,
Folios of Music, Kloso's Method for
clarinet, White's Method for clarinet,
Hoig Queen, Song King, Golden
Robin, (. A. It. War Songs, Dats,
Dase Halls, Fpot Balls, Itubber
Knttlea, &c, &C U
STORM LM MUi..
Yesterday, March 1'n'i, a severe
Rtonn parsed over Kut.i', culminat
ing about noon li a p ,,fcct deluge
of rain accompanied b, almost in
cessant and deafening ' under, and
by a lemarknhle fnll f luiil. In
Kapaa nud Kealii the ground for
about a Imlf-an-hour w.is quite white
with thu hailstones, wK -li raricd in
size from that of a pea to that of a
half-a-dollar. The siaallor ones
were generally glnbulu n form, but
the larger specimens wee all disk
shaped, being thick h the center
and tapering off towards the edges.
Tho spectacle was, froii its varity,
one of great interest, i jpeeially to
tlio young folks, most -f whom had
never seen hail before. High fresh
ets resulted in many of tlio streams,
lint so far as reports have arrived
no damage was done.
Consternation siccond only to what
might lie experienced over a posi
tive abrogation of the Treaty,
reigned yesterday when news by the
Kinati began to be circulated through
the town to tiie effect Unit thu great
physical phenomenon of the Ha
waiian Islands showed M-ms of pass
ing away. The repoits, however
that the bottom had fallen out of
New Lake and Halcniauinau and
tlmt the Yolcano is thereby shorn
of its fiery grandeur, have on in
quiry, proved to be considerably
exaggerated. Old residents say
that irregularities in the action of
the crater liavo been of frequent
occurrence, and that the apparent
collapse of last week is but tlio
prelude to a grander outbreak in tho
near future. A letter received
by Hon. S. U. Wilder, from Mr. J.
II. Maby, manager of the Yolcano
House, dated March 8th, gives an
account of the phenomena, which
may he considered authoritative.
Mr. Maby says:
Since last writing there has been
considerable of a change in the
crater. Saturday evening Marcli
Oth botli the Old and New Lakes
were unusually full and brilliant
looking from the House, and re
mained so until 9:30 i m. of the
Gtli instant, at which time there
commenced a scries of earthquakes,
forty-three in number, lasting until
7:30 a. m. of the 7th.
The first tlireo wcro slight, and
the fourth one quite severe ; and on
looking out upon the crater, all fire
lias disappeared from tlio New Lake.
At about 2 or 3 a. m. the fire had
also disappeared from Halcmauinau.
During the night, while the shaking
was going on, all hand' were up in
the sitting-room, not knowing what
On the morning of the 7th, after
the mist and r.inokc had cleared
away, it was discovered that all the
bluffs surrounding Hnlcmauniau had
disappeared during th night. They,
and the path formerly traveled to
go from tho Nov,' Lake, to tho old
one, and quite a piece on the moun
tain side of the Old I uke, had all
fallen away, formin one large
Thcro have aire- been several rents
in the ground, one .. the road to
Kilauca Iki, and three ( n the Kcau
hou road. Two of tin m were cracks
across the road, which I have bridged
over. The other is a large holo
where there was a c,vo, and the
road bed had all fallen in. I have
cut a new path around it. No other
damage has been done that I liavo
heard of up to writing.
Last night March 7th all in tho
crater was in total darkness, except
ing a few small lights from previous
March 8th, 7 i m.
My guide lias just returned from
the place of tho burning hikes.
There is at present no lire to lie
seen. In the place where tho Now
Lake was there is a deep holo and
from there to Ilalemaumaii. All
that pait formerly upcd as u path
from tho New Lake to Jfaicinaiimau,
along with the Little Heggar, liavo
fallen in and form a deep valley.
At Hnlcmauniau thcro is no lire to
be seen and no bottom.
"From tho account that I had from
Mr. Lcntz in 1880, just before tho
Ililo How, the (ire disappeared thcro,
leaving a bottomless pit for a week
or more, when the lire returned.
A VISITOR'S bTOKY.
Mr. Charles l'utnam, a returned
visitor to the volcano, on being inter
viewed, to-day, soys: Wo went
down to tho crater, two miles over
to the lava, to tlio edge of the lakes.
Wo could see tho bottom apparently
aliout 500 or 000 feet down, filling
in with the debris which was tumbl
ing down in immense, masses from
the clids all round. The top of one
tho lava tunnels had caved in near
tlio lake, and wo wct.t down into it
and could see on tlio one hand into
thu Now Lake, and on the other,
jlto tlio tiiincl which presented tho
nppaaraiica of a red hot fitrnaco,
with a thin crust ovir It, tlio lava
having flowed back into tho lake,
leaving the tunnel glowing hot. In
some spots no bottom was to bo seen.
Tho bridgo between tho two lakes
had settled but had i ot gono com
Tho next day, wo "rent round the
cliffs outside the crater, to tho snnil
lllllffc m,natfn 11m lintM. ntlfl 111.
tended to go down the tlopo and get
back across tlio crater, but found
the sand bluffs split, llsstircd and
cracked, the sand crust under our
feet sounding very hollow, and
breaking through easily, while jets
of steam were coming up through
tho cracks. Tho guides said it was
loo dangerous to go forward, and
wc got back on to the bluffs. As
far as we could sec along the plain,
tlio surface was cracked and steam
jets coming up everywhere. The
sulphurous steam round the Yol
cano House was coming out hotter
and stronger than ever known be
fore. It was conjectured by some that
the earthquake hail opened a new
outlet to the ocean, for the lava,
and that the outlet may, in time,
become clogged and cause a return
of the lava and of the action of tho
crater to their former conditions.
This, of course, is only one of many
theories on the matter.
Miimiav, .Mm eh 15th.
Drunkenness, Knmcualohu, Ka
pahu, J. Dcrlium, Joe, Ivaahaloa,
and II. Thompson, $r, each.
hoki, assault and battery, SO.
V casu of Tai W-i, brought up
S:i. . ..y,on a charge t cruelty to
animals, and on win -e behalf a
motion to dismiss had i en made by
counsel, was called, tl motion de
nied, and tho dcfi..dunt found
guilty and fined $ and costs 81.20.
An appeal was noted to the Supreme
Court, in lliiuco, in the law.
Minister of tlio Interior, (assump
sits for water rates), vs. l'ekeio,
S10; Kcuwchaku, 8-.') ; Mauiloa,
815; Nainauu, 850; Kolomoua,
S15; Kanui, 837.50; Kupumunu,
$30; Muhclonu, 815 and Pouo,
$37.50. Judgment for plaintiff,
with costs in each case S3, but the
850 charged in Nainauu's case was
reduced to S20. Nineteen other
cases of assumpsit, most of them
for water rates, were called, 9 which
some were discontinued, soma set
tled out of couit and others con
tinued to future days.
The amount of silver dollars in
thu Treasury, after deducting silver
certificates, in circulation February
20th, was S82,587,55C, as compared
with SG7,C27,8I2 in the Treasury
July 31st, 1885.
A Washington despatcli of the
25th ult., reports Mr. Carter, Ha
waiian Minister, to have in regard
to the statement furnished to thu
Ways and Means Committee by
John Scarlcs, Jr., about the Ha
waiian Treat', that it is nearly four
years since Searicss visited Hawaii,
and that the report which ho then
signed with the other two Commis
sioners was considered very favor
able to the treaty and wus so men
tioned by Secretary Foigcr in his
annual, report of 1883. Minister
Carter said tlmt tho statement that
the duties remitted would pay for
the exports to Hawaii might bo
made in regard to our trade with
almost any oilier country. Ono
might as well say the duties
remitted by the United States
on coffee would pay for all the
American exports to Iiray.il. One
might as well say that in any bargain
he hail, mado a gift by not charging
more than he had charged. He
added that a counter statement
would shortly be made before tho
Ways and Means Committee by his
counsel. He regarded the attack on
the treaty as tlio outgrowth of busi
ness jealousy between the refiners of
New iork and ban rrancisco.
Tlio proper caper now at San
Diego is to have one's photograph
taken while sitting on thu top of a
whale. Numbers of these luunimuls
are being taken at thu whaling
station there and beached for try
THE undersigned has moved into the
olllcu of Mr. J. E. Wiseman, where
he will Do prepared to furnish house
hold servants, collect bills, do Anglo.
Chinese Intcrprdini;, and a general
business. (59 Oni) SOYONG.
COTTAGE TO LET.
IN Pinion Yalley, between Niuianii
and Punchbowl Streets. 0 rooms.
Kitchen mid Until, Cnrri'igo House and
Stnhle, Every convenience. Kent $18
per month. Amly at 110 King Street,
or on thu prcinUes. li(13
ATDS. A. 1IOSA, the lelutinited For.
JliJL tunu Teller, has changed her rtsi.
dence to thu corner of Lilicliku Street
and Palace Walk. Mrs. Ilosn, after a
short stay ni that place, will make u
tour round thu IhIiiiiiIs. Tit iw
Tho Most Durable and Prettiest
for Children's clothes, especially Hoys'
Suits, that you ever saw,
AUK FOIl SALE 11Y
Castle Sc Cooke.
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it ",cv ,
nt.a nvltt '
COJl' itlllf i
'run tlipT.nillr'iintnifhf. Ill nml UleTntillc prncrtilly tlint I linvcopcrcil an
111) llKAVIIU IILOC I , W" lifl-Tt, npinll .McMrc K. llofftclilRrper Co.,
ir Inspection of in Inrfji tock of Iilsh I.lmii?, Iiiipiirtiil illiectfiom JJrlfnst,
A Largo Invoice of S S. J. .own & Son's Well-known
IB MROCE" Irish Table Linens,
I ?RADE J
nti.' ft n In '
I)i i b, Cm
11 and Crests ir.sortc , tn Damask to order for very low rates.
lie", Toilet Cover llnf nnd Ten Cloth, I'lllow Miitm. Sheeting, l'rlntnit
vu, Dnniiiik, Unci: nnd I nicy 1oucl, llnck Towclllnn, fidilcitclicd Ilnmusk,
tic mid Hemstitched Han kerchief, suitable for Indies nnd Kuntlcmcn'H use.
Any '.length Out.
'.Uo, r- Invoice of Iir.LFASl MUfu JJS-t.cw pattern, fal colotd.
W. O. K'lfcOTJJL.TU
A wnl for Urn YOHIC ST. KI.A.V M'fi. Cf) , Mil.' I!elfnt; .1. f. 1IKOWN PONS, lletfat ; T. A U.
A. WOUiMAN, llclfiiM; II. U. 1I01' IF.I.I., Mil., Ilrldport. Kim. VI
CAMPB QLXAS CLOCK,.
Do aer of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has jti.i opened out n urge nnd carefully selected stock of
Kent's Fine Furnishing (roods,
CusKiin-Jfndc otlitng, and lints and Caps
la all Hie Lai. st Styles ml Pattens. .
Egf articular intention lie Hod loan elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
CMS. HUfcTACE, GROCER,
Ii.IiV' .. STREET,
Has received, ier Steamship Geo. XV. Elder,
Soiokud Halibut, Soused Mackerel, in tins, Boneless Codfish,
VsU'tU OWHJUI UUriU3; auiah w."n.wj, -w...w ....r...M (,.. a. wii,ttftiHoi,
Comet and IMossom Tom; Funlly Flour; Bran; Oats; U heat; Corn; Saloon
llriiiil. Vnlninrs Oiilonfit KciOSClfo Oil. CtC, CtC.
C-r G.(Kfl ilcllvuml to nil parts c t tho
BY n Competent Seamstress (I'ortu.
guirfn) a bituiitiou wlih a J rivatu
fi Hilly, rt Urcfsnuiker. Aj)ilv t(
WIIjvI Street. W
C. K MILLtR,
(icnoil Dusinoss & Purchasing f jent.
12 krAut SI, HMtiili.
Myi.M.- failhlul atteulionj wi I be
Pu iiaso ot Merctiaii' !se
i lli lulu for tlio resident af tho
.J i , urnl Islands of this groi ,. 1
O) mom: than 100 yi:.ks kkittatio.v.
t'nn' nwinnpil Tor I'.xcullcnrc or futility,
I'liMirptiHuctt for lltirnlilllty In Went,
l,'m irpnftnrd for Heaulj'orileHlcnM.
Olitnlncit lllchcftt Awardn. vIk:
ME11 l, Illfnt, I'll mill r,0 London, IJM, IWJ
and ((fold) I8;; l'urlt (Cold), 1M7; Dublin. IMC
nml Wi; l'lilluilulpliia, 1&70.
Tn lu Clotln from J to T yard In ltutfth, with
Napl 'n to mulcli.
Tl ij HboM) me mndo of the I1EST HUSH and
lOintriil Flax; spun, woven uud blenched lu Ire
land tlieviittern woven In tli Talilc Llnvn nro
leilK.ied !)' IH1MI AltTIhl.S, who linve for uiany
j curt excelled tlioo of iiny other country.
April 5th, 1886,
city. Satisfaction guninntccd.
J HERBERT REEVE, M.H.S.,
Heals all diseases by l'uridcation,
Chronic Diseases a Specialty.
Persons weary of using phytic with,
out avail would do well to adopt this
system. Consultation hours, U to 4 r.M.
tjf" Invalids on thu other Islands
visited by special arrangemcut.
Residence Hotel Street, oppo.-dto Y.
Mi5LA: as im
K S. S. Q. XV. Elder,
J3tiNela,ll Goods !
FOll THE SEASON OF 18SS.
Patent Bats, Ash,
Willow, tlhurry nnd Uas wood Bats.
Gloves, Masks & Mouth Pieces
CALL EARLY AT
J. M. OA.rA Jx, &; CO.
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