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FRIDAY, MARCH 20. 188(1.
StinrWGIIall from Wlndwnid Ports
Hohr Nettle M.mtIII from l.ahniiia
.Sclir Wnhunht from Ilonomu
Sehr Mlllo Mori is fiom l.aual
Bgtms North Star from Ximcntlo
ltk Chas It Kenny from Newcastle
Sfhr llnk'iikuhi for IVprckoo
Stuir Kllauea Hon for Windward Ports
tflinr .Ijh Miikt-o for Walanae, Knpaa,
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
, Sehr Nettlo Merrill for Lahalna
Sehr Mlllo Morris for Lainii
Ilk 0 O Whltinoro for San Fmnelteo
.Stmr Santa Maria for Han Fraucheo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk 0 O Whltinorc, Thompson
From Hamakna, per gtmr 0 It BMiop
March 'Jo F A Schacfer, A Dryer, MNs
Mnsscy, .las Trogloau, and 1-1 deck.
From Windward Porta, per stmr W O
Hall, March y(lbr 11 Mellrew. I) 1m
inin. Rev A O Forbes, Mrs E M Jones
and child, .1 Hotok, J Kobello, M F
Kay, Mrs II Aea, and 87 deck.
The steam launch Montague
the schooner Klnikni to sea this
Imr and brottirht In the Walmnhi,
Schooner Mlllo Morris brought
sheep from I.anal this morning.
Steamer U R BWiop brought 3,272
bags of sugar from Hamnkua yesterday.
This whaler Ohio got away to-day
after having eon-ddcrnlilo trouble with
The Hull brought 7. I'm hags sugar,
21!I awa, t: coffee, IK) head cattle, 111
pkgs btiudrlcs, L'O pkgs hides and 7 hogs.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
It is raining like tho very mischief
ntEwu this afternoon.
The Hand played at tho Queen's
Hospital yesterday afternoon.
Notick is called to an advertise
ment for $1,200 against a bottomry
Music at tho skating rink, this
evening, and dancing for those- who
Skkvickm at St. Androws' Cathe
dral this evening, conducted by tho
Ci.aimh to tho amount of $3,290.1)5
have been proved against tho bank
rupt estate of E. C. Rowo.
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An almost continuous flash of
lightning illuminated tho south
western horizon for several hours last
Tub Santa Maria, having loaded
nioro quickly than was expected,
will sail to-morrow afternoon, at -1
Mn. S. Lyons' auction sale to-morrow
will include, among other things,
three harness horses and u largo
13ulm:tin Summary, to-morrow,
will go to prcks at an earlier hour
than usual, to be in time for tho
mail to thu Coast.
It is said that a Fenian baseball
club has been organized, and will
challenge tho best nine of tho season
for a match gaino.
. m m
Mn. Holmes, owner of tho Ivy
Holmes, is said to bo looking for a
competent engineer and pilot to take
charge of tho steamer.
Hon. "W. C. Furko has been ap
pointed assigneo of tho estate of W.
C. llowo, and payment of debts
should bo mado to him.
Nativk seamen on tho Inter-Island
steamers arc said to have become
very independent of late, and have
to bo coaxed to remain.
' It is reported that about 15 Japa
nese laborers employed on Mr.
Horner's plantation, Kukaiau, Ha
waii, Rtruck work last week.
children's bocial in tho Bethel
vestry last evening brought together
a good company of young folks, , h'
enjoyed tho occasion thoioughly.
Hon. S. G. Wilder gives a recoption
and dance at his rcsidoncu this even
ing, in honor of Miss Nina Adams
and Miss Graco Eldridgo, who arrived
horo on Sunday by tho Mariposa.
Mn. Bruce Cartwnght says no js
willing to accept a challenge from
Mr. Meyer, of Ilollistur it Co., to
play a series of games at chess, for
tho championship of this kingdom.
Mish Nina B. Adams, of San Fran
cisco, with about 25 others, was yes
terday entertained by W. CI. Irwin,
Esq., at Waikiki. Tho occasion was
honored by Jhu presenco of the King.
Eitiikii thu steamer Australia or
Geo. W. Elder Will will from ban
Francisco at 3 o'clock to-morrow, for
this port. So a steamer miiy hu
looked for about next Sunday weok.
Tiik Michigan Portrait Co. has
made a lino bust likeness in crayons
of Mr. George Murkham, in his
oJMcial uniform. Thu picture was
taken from a photograph, and can bu
peon at King J3rps.' art storo Hotel
Last Tuesday, while tho steamer
Dowsett was discharging, the stiap
slipped and a piceo of iron fell f mm
tho sling while in mid-air, missing a
South Sea Islander's head by an inch
or two and striking his foot and in
juring it badly.
Tnntir. was a good deal of Urn, but
no action, in tho Volcano all the
tliim our representative was there.
Smoke, in varying quantities, was
constantly ascunding, and there was
a great increase of steam fiom the
llssures on thu ground above thu
Mish .1. Hooker, Miss It. Honker,
Miss (1. Kldridgc, Miss N. Adams,
Mr. C. S. Kuowlcs, Mr. U. (I. Hooker,
Mr. W. II. Crossman, and Mr. J. W.
Watson ladies and gentlemen now
on a visit to these islands wero re
ceived at thu Palace by His Majesty
thu King, yesterday morning.
To-Jtomtow afternoon Mr. W. II.
Castle gives a lawn party at his resi
dence, to Miss .leuuiu Hooker, Miss
Bessie Hooker, Miss Nina Adams
and .Miss Oraco Eldridge. A largo
number of Honolulu society people
will bo invited, and the party pro
mises to be a leading event of the
Captain Charles Dudoit has re
signed command of thu steamer Jas.
I. Dowsett. Shu sailed at 8 :15 last
night in charge of John McColgau.
Mr. F. Cooku has not decided who
shall permanently command tho ves
sel, but says that if McColgau gives
satisfaction in his now position he
will remain there.
Just before tho W. O. Hall's ar
rival at Kailua on Saturday, Solo
inoua, 2nd lieutenant in the Hoyal
Guards, died. A native report is that
hu died under a kahuna's threat that
thu bad angel would be after him,
for inducing his uncle to reveal to
His Majesty tho place wheru Kame
hameha's bones wero hid.
Ouu former townsman and his
good lady, Mr. and Mrs. James T.
White, have started housekeeping
anew in San Francisco, whoro " Tho
White House" of that city will no
doubt be a popular resting place for
thu weary tourist from tho Islands as
well as from other places. The
Huli.ktin wishes Mr. and Mrs. White
commit and prosperity in their now
Fuitsi:u Whito of tho Bishop
returned yesterday, looking very
brown. Ho reports splendid weather
all along Hamakua coast. Saw tho
steamer I.ehua at Paauhau Wednes
day last and everything is O. K.
Thu Bishop will lay up for a short
time to bo repaired. Sho will go
onto tho Marinu llailway, to bu
cleared of eight mouths' dirt that has
collected on her bottom.
Tin: subject of Mr. William Noble's
address last evening at tho Y. M. C.
A. Hall was "Tho Power of Sym
pathy." Tho efleetivo power of sym
pathy in dealing with men under tho
iullucncu of drink was well illustrated
by numerous citations from tho his
tory of tho temperance-reform move
ment itself. Mr. Noblo will again
hold forth at tho same place, this
evening. Thu lectures aru free to
all, and tho public are cordially in
vited. . .
Wi: regret to have to report tho
continued illness of Mr. I). MuKon
zic, of tho Jinn of llhoades it Me
Kenzio, who has been confined to his
bed for tho last four weeks, and was
recently removed to tho Queen's
Hospital for treatment. Mr. Mc
Kenzie seems to bo unfortunate-so
far as health is concerned, this being
tho third timu hu has had to go to an
hospital within a year twico at Wai
luku. His friends hopo to seo him
around again in a few days.
riCTUiin Frames, and Cornices
mailu to order ; a largo variety of
Mouldings to select from and at
nricos to suit all. King Bros.' Art
Store, Hotel street.
DANCE AT THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL.
The Hawaiian Hotel was tho prin
ciple place of enjoyment in the city
last night. Tho external of tho
Hotel was brightly illuminated by
many-colored lanterns, tastefully
arranged: within was mirth and
merriment. The large dining room,
cleared of furnituro and tho fioor
covered with canvas, was used for
dancing; and dancing went on,
guided by the music of ft detachment
of the lloyal Band, until 11 o'clock,
when tho dancers rested awhile from
their labors anil partook of refresh
ments, anil after refreshment again
resuming tho dance, until past mid
night. The King was there, and so
were tho United States Minister Resi
dent and lady, the French Commis
sioner and daughter, tho United
States Consul-Gcncral and daughter,
Hon. S. Parker, the Hotel guests, and
a large proportion of the youth and
beauty of Honolulu. Enjoyment
was tho object of tho reunion, and
enjoyment was obtained to tho
hearts' content of tho participants,
A CONCRETE SIDEWALK.
Onu of tho finest specimens of
sidewalk in town has just been com
pleted in front of tho storo of J. T.
Waterhousc, Queen street, by Mr.
John Bowler, tho well-known plas
terer. It is u patent concreto side
walk, for which Mr. Bowler holds
tho patent, anil is similar to those in
uso In Now York, ftou Francisco
and the Colonics. It can bo mntlo
in 9labs of any size. Those on
Queen street aro two feet wide
Between each joint there is a small
pieces of asphalt paper, so that
should ono slab crack, it can be
taken up and replaced without injury
to the other. About a year ago Mr.
Bowler put down a conercto drive
way for Col. Sprcckcls nt his resi
dence, I'unahoti, and to-day there is
not a crack in It. This patent con
crete should bo invaluable for use at
plantation mills. The slabs can be
made to order, any size, and ship
ped to any part of tho Islands. It
is worth whilo for our readers to
examine the sidewalk in front of
Mr. Waterhouso's store anil sco for
themselves. P. C. Adaertiter.
Friday, March 2Gth.
Before Preston, J. II. S. Trcg
loan vs. II. F. Bertlcman, covenant
8200, appeal from Police Court.
Aslifortl & Ashforil for plaintiff, S.
B. Dole for defendant, appellant.
TiiuusiiAY, March 25th.
Kama! (w.), Makakoa and Birch
Finlan were each fined $5 with costs
for drunkenness. The latter was
also charged with violating chapter
51, Penal Code, by carrying a bowic
knife. He was fined 815, or in de
fault of payment fifteen days' im
prisonment nt hard labor.
Joe Moran was sent on the reef
for forty-eight hours for disorderly
Ah Pan, for violating Uulo No. G,
express regulations, was lined 80
with 81 costs.
Kolii and Sarah were charged with
adultery. The former was fined
830 ; the latter S15. Costs 81 each.
Lcong Sin, an inmate of Queen's
Hospital was committed to the In
sane Asylum on the evidence of Dr.
George II. Luce, Tax Collector,
vs. Chin Wo Co., assumpsit for
balance due on taxes, 835.25. No
aypcaranco for defendants. Judg
ment for plaintiff for 812.30, in
Lopez ct al. vs. Ah man, assump
sit on a covenant for damages, 8200.
Judgment for plaintiff for 850, with
costs 83.85. Kinney & Peterson for
defendant. Appeal noted to tho
Fiiiday, March 2Gth.
Chun Ting, assault and battery,
813.20; ordered to file a bond in
the sum of 850 with one surety, to
keep the peace towards all persons
for ono year. Defendant has been
sentenced several times before for
THE PANAMA CANAL
M. Do Lesseps has again gone to
Panama, after having been feted and
made much of in England. It is a
a momentous expedition ; he means
to inspire, if possible, fresh con
fidence and new life into tho last and
greatest undertaking he has ever
attempted. There are those who
still hope against hope shareholders
and financiers, most of them, deeply
interested in the ultimate success of
the Panama Canal. But independ
ent, mprcjudiced outsiders have
already come to the conclusion that
the work can scarcely be accom
plished in our time, or that it will be a
paying concern when completed.
The highest revenues that could bo
expected from it would not more
than half pay the interest on its
capital, anil the working of the
canal at a dead loss cannot well be
continued for long. Doubts now
aro expressed as to the benefits it
will confer. Europe apparently will
benefits little. Thu most competent
judges declare that tho Panama
route will not shorten the journey
between this country aud tho Anti
podes. It will, of course, simplify
communication with tho west coasts
of America, and it will especially
benefit American trade with Austra
lia. American competition, whilo it
may benefit our colonists, will not
bo accepted as an unmixed boon by
English producers, and it is n little
surprising that M. do Lesseps should
have received, so much support in
this country. ("Home News.
In theso days of study and seden
tary work, requiring much uso of
the eyes, they often becotnu so tired
that they refuso to do uood work.
This is nartieularlv true when the
work is done in a poor light, or
when it is very fino work. Few
eyes will bear such treatment for
any great length of tlmo without
being spoiled. Tho question is often
asked us, What can bu dono in such
cases? Tliero is ono remedy for
tired eyes that has great value. It
consists in massage with the hand
wet in cold or cool water. Fill a
basin with it, and standing over it
wet tho hand with as much cold
water ns it will hold and apply it to
tho eyes, at tho same time, with tho
thumb and forcllnger giving tho
eyes n gentle manipulation. Con
tinue tho process for four or flvo
minutes several times a day. Tho
results arcoften almost marvelous.
S. IT, Bulletin,
To Watchmakers & Ships'
STOLEN from Captain Mist's veran
dah, Ntuninu Avenue, an ANL
llOID IlAHOMKTElt, makers' names,
Ncgrcttl & Zamhra, London. 8-1 lw
OUNO PEACOCK (male), tall
very short, nnd very little leathers
on neck. The Under will be rownrded
on returning tho same tn
77 tf A. FEltNANDEy., King Street.
AJ&A MONTHLY, or longer If tie
JKISPW tired, a largo Furnished Cot
miMSm tngc with 0 roomt- Bath
house and freih water shower bath.
Sen bathing. Hltuiitcd nt Kaplolaul
Park. Mutual Telephone In the houso.
Inquire of G- West, of West, Dow &
Cc 73 tf
NEW YOKK LINE.
ITr II. OIIOSSMAN & BIU.. 77
YY Broad Street. N.Y., will des-
Al vessel in this line, on or
31 A. Y 1"3, IS SO,
Orders should brt forwnnb-
of March l.iili. in a me lilnmci
this opportunity m nm I tier ihan Apr!
L ADIES ?
And in fact Everybody is Delighted
with the Justly Celebrated
Go nnd surprise your folks, order a
bucket of our delicious Ice Cream. We
pack orders for Ice Cre.im from I to CO
quarts in Patent lttfrlgcraior Cans, war
ranted, to keep its delightful ilavor and
perfect form for many hours.
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
Our Fancy Cakes nre the Favorito
with all tho Ladles of Honolulu.
CHOICE FRENCH CANDIES,
Imported fresh nnd la great variety by
Ring Up BcllTclophono 182 or Mutual 338'.
The Elite Ico Cream Parlors.
IVo. 85 Jlotel HU-eot,
Aro open dnily until 11 l'.M.
Ewt fillifslietl 1S63.
No. 71 HOTEL ST., between
Niiuunu nnd Fort Sts.
Has always on band the largest Stock
of Caudles, both Plain and Fancy, guar
anteed to bo STHICTLY PUKE
AVliolcKiilo unci rtetuil.
Rich Wedding Cakes
Of a Twenty Years' Reputation, all
Sizes always on hunil, ornamented
In any Stylo.
Pastries of All Description Made to
Order at Short Notice,
Fresh every Day.
Bell nnd Mutual Telephone, No. 74.
V. O .Ri No ir, tft
Crystal Seia f oris,
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Florida Lemonade. Acintcd Waters of
all kinds, Frull Syrups- aud Estcncct.
We Use Patent Stoppers
In all our Ilotllcfl.
Wo Invito particular attention In our
Patent Filler, recently Introduced, by
which all waters med in our manufac
tures is absolutely freed from all iin.
Wo deliver our Goods free of chnre;o
to all parts of tho city. We gunranteo
our Ooods to bo the best In the market.
Careful attention paid to Island Ordeis.
The Crystal Soda Works,
P. O. Dox 1107, Honolulu.
Hell Telephone : : 08
Mutiinl Telephone : 3.'J0
rw- Orders loft with Reason. Smith &
Co., No. 11 Fort Street, will receive
We. also, nro Agents for the sale
of J. W. HURloy's
188 of his own manufacture. Gm
OORIViD OJPEIVXIVO OIL?" THE
OjS SATUHDAY, lAJKCII arth,
WITH A COMPLETK ASSORTMENT OF
Choice Millinery & Fancy Goods
OF TIIK VEIIV
8 Hotel Street,
p. o. iiox '.n7.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
OT" anil OO Hotel Htroot,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Nov (loods coiillmiiilly on the way. Just received Keys Sauer Kraut, kegs Hol
land Hcrilnjis, kegs Tripe, kegs German Pickles, kegs Mixed Pickles, kits
Salmon IMIIcs, l,ns Mackciel, kegs Fnmllv Pork, kegs Corned Ilecf. For
UrcakTiist White O.its, Ucrmea; llrcakfnit Gem and Shreded Mnize. Also, n
lino lot of Now Zealand nnd Portland Pcachblow Potatoes always on Intnl.
The very best of ISLAND UUTTEH, plenty for everybody.
I'ricL'x low anil Satisfaction imrniitccd.
li. F. DlI.UNdllAM,
President ami Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
l.luiKril. HiirrMMirM to IHIIinKlinm A. Co, nuI Mnmiirl Xotl.
GOOD IVXGUM? "
in Safety Kerosene 01150"
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
I llEtitn lnrn in tlir I.ihUi-h of Honolulu nnd llio Vulillc cpnernlly Hint Ilmvci
oIlU-olu tilts llKAVKU 1II.OCK, IJiicpn btrcct, ippnnit Jlcrs. K. Ilofffcliln
anil Invito tliolr liiniu-i-lloii i f niy lninu stock of Iilsli Mucus, Imported direct fu
A Large Invoice of J. S. Brown & Son's Well-known
"SHAMROCK" Irish Table Linens,
Monograms and Crests inserted in Damask to order for very low rates.
AImo, D'Oylli-i, Toilet Covers, dun mid Ten Clotha, l'lllow Miicni, Sheetings, Trlnted
nnd riiiln I.iiuiim, Iiinniisk, Hnck and Knncy Towels, Hack Towelling, Unhlcuchcd Dumaak,
Drill", l'iunbilu uml Hemstitched lliuulUeielilefn, miltnblu for Indies mid gentlemen' use.
Any Length Cut.
Aim, mi IiimiIco of IlEl.t'AST MUSLIN'S new pnttcrns, fast colors.
Audit for the YOI1K hT. KI.,X HI'O. CO., Ltd.' IlelfiiKt; J. 8. 11IIOWN & SONS, Tlclf list ; T. A (J.
A. WOKICJIAN, UelfiiNt ; II. i:. llUU.NbKLL. Ltd., Ilrldport, Kng. -
11 il-HTT-. -TW w- -r 1
GHAS. EUSTACE, GROCER,
ICING SXXIISICX, : : : : Honolulu
Has received, per Steamship Geo. W. Elder,
Smoked Halibut, Sousod Mackerel, in tinB, Boneless Codfish,
Kits Salman lk-Hiit, Eastern Codfish In blocks, New Cheese, Dupee Hams nnd
Uaeon, Kegs Hntlir, Kegs Pork, Lnrd, Bilker's Wholo Corn, Gcrinen, Break,
fast Germ; Oat Mini; Corn Meal; Cracked Wlicnt; Buckwheat; Flour; Salad
Dresslnj;; Dureth' Olive Oil; Lobsters; Oysters; Sweet and Sour Pickles; As
sorted Kxlrncts; Hose Water; Dales; Nuts; Rnlsius; Pear Butter; Arrowroot
Cakes; School Cukes; Mixed Crackers; Choice Japan, English Breakfast,
Uomet and isinssmn Tea; l'amuy
Bread; Potatoes; Onions; Kerosene
Goods delivered to all parts of tho
J Herbert reeve, m.h.s.,
, Hydroputhlo Physician,
Heals nil diseases by Purification,
Chronic Diseases a Specialty.
Persons weary of using physio with,
out avail would do well to adopt this
syntein. Consultation hours, ' to 4 r.M.
XST Invalids on tho other Islands
visited by special arrangement.
Uesldence Hotel Street, opposite l.
M. O- A. H8 lm
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Aoonl.
42 Merchant St., HonolPln.
My most faithful nttcu'loii will be
.given for tho
Purchase of Merchandise
in Honolulu for the residents of tho
li'.l several IsIiuiiIk of thin urnup. ly
IfuHliioimll Clonic null
Comer of Alakoa & King Sts.
Feathers Gleaned and Dyed.
Next door to LcwIm &, Co.
Jas. O. SritNcitn,
Secretary nnd Treasurer.
OV MOlti: THAN 10O YEAIIS UEI'UTATION".
UiiHurpnHMtMl for Kxccllcncn of tnnllty,
irnMurpnMNril for Durability In tVpar,
UnNiiriiUHHPtl for llcnuty orDraigiiN,
Obtained IllKhcNt AworiiH, vU:
SIKI)AI.S-Ilclfnst, ISM nnd 1S70; London. 1R.1I.
ami (Uolil) 1S70; l'urls (Hold), 1W7: Dublin,
and 1ST:; l'lilliululplila, 18TU.
Tnblo Clotlm from 3 to 7 yards In length, with
KapkliiH to mutch.
Tho nbovo uro inntlo of tho BEST IKISII nnd
C'ouitriil Flux; spun, ovcnund blenched lu Iru
land; tho putterim woven In tho Table, I.I nun hi o
designed by HUSH AKTISTS, who huvo for ninny
j curt excelled thoso of uny other country.
riour; wran; uais; neat ; uoru; Saloon
Oil, etc., etc.
city. Satisfaction guniantced.
A Cottage on King Strcce. ad
joining tho residence of Hon.
J. I. Dowsett. contninlnir 4
rooms, Kitchen and bathroom; water
laid on. Also, a Urooni Cottage, on tho
Asylum Koud. Rent, $10 per month.
Apply to (83) J. O. EOWAKDS.
SPECIAL MeutliiL' of the Share.
holders of the Dcutscliur Vemln
will bo held nt tho ofllco of .Messrs. H.
llackfeltl & Co., on WEDNESDAY,
March 81, 1880, at 2 im. Full atten.
dnucu is requested. Business of impor
tance. II. lUEMENSCHNEIDEIJ,
79 2w Sec'y Dcutschcr Verein.
A Dwelling House nt CI
Emma Street. House contains
4 bedrooms, uarlor. slttiiii?
and dining rooms, pantry, kltchcu and
bathroom, servant's room, stabling and
carriage house. Tho whole newly
painted and in good repair. Apply nt
MH8. LACK'S STORK,,
81 Fort Btreet, or 03 Emma Sticct.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Tie Paciic Transfer Co.
Ofllco with O. K. Miller,
42 Merchant Street,
Bell Tel., 377, Mutual TeL, 381.
I nm fully prepared to do all kinds of
drayago, hauling or inovlug work, nil of
which I will guarantee to execute faith,
02 ly S, F. GRAHAM, Prop'r. 1