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Stu Silj wMJ.
FRIDAY, APML 2, 1880.
I III! II II. ! l Mllll
Schr Emma from Olowalu
Schr Hob Roy fioiu Koolatt
SchrMlllc Mm lis from Lanal
Schr Mmy Fcler for IColo.i
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Hk Hope for Poit Towiuend
llktuc Amelia for San Ktanelsco
Schr Lcahl for llaualci
VESSELS IN PORT.
Hk Cop, ChrNtlnii'-eii
Rk Hope, I'cuhallow
Ilk Apollo, Uioth
Rk Clins R Kenny, Knhlcr
Rk Tj coon, Riekaley
Hgtnu Xotth Star, Motcltoiiw
Hgtno Conuclo. CouMns
Rktno Amelia, New hall
IJktne Discovery, Mojer
Rktnu.l AFnlkenbeig, Cllnger
Tern Henriettii. Dexter
Schr J A Hamilton,
The steamer Wainianalo wim hatileil
upon the Mailuc Hallway this morning.
The schooner Einniii has a new hoiwo
flag. It Is white with :i hhie hall In the
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tub Rishop will conduct services
nt the Anglican chinch this uvening.
Dudoit Iiuh again
of the Hteaincr
Wit. Hingluy has n lingo
wood pipe which wan mado :
Tin: "Friend" says the missionary
vessel .Morning Star may bo expected
hero nny day.
Moitu of. the hiig "Allio Howo''
business is before Judgo McCully
Dit. GitAY has clianged his place of
rcsidenco to tho house lately occupi
ed by Mrs. Dudoit, Alakea street.
Mkshkh. Davis it Wilder's revised
advertisement should be read and
noted, that its contents might bo di
gested. Tin: Kinau, Likeliko, Mokolii and
Dowsott uro duo to-monow, and tho
Iwalani, Lohtui and Kilauca Ilou on
The Honolulu Library and Read
ing Room Association will meet this
evening, at 7:30, in the Reading
room, on Hotel street.
Polynesia Encampment, I. 0. O.
F., meets at 7:!i0 p.m. this evening.
Third degree Visiting members are
. . '
Tun arrivals of steamers, tho base
ball match, the opening of tho steam
laundry, and the Millis entertainment
will make to-monow u lively day.
Mn. Harry Webb, Assistant-Jailor
of Oahu l'ribou, has lesigned his
position, and it is said that Mr.
Marcus Colbuin will succeed him.
Tins afternoon tho Chief Justice
is hearing a petition to appoint a
guaidian for Ko.ikoawe, tin insane
person, of ilonokmi, llamakua, Ha
waii. The legular monthly meeting of
tho Missionary (Jleaneis will bo hold
to-morrow afternoon, at half-past 2.
All members mo defied to bo pre
sent. The new Steam Laundry, on tho
Peninsula road, beyond tho prison,
will bo open to public inspection,
to-morrow afternoon, from 1 till 4
The American brig North Star,
erroneously published as being under
tho British ilag, has been chartoicd
by Hackfeld it Co., to, load sugar for
Tjie subject of Mr. Wm. Noble's
siddrcss this evening, at tho Y. M. C.
A. Hall, will bo Reminiscences of
' John B. Gough, with recitations of
passages from his orations.
ii i -- -
Tin: Philadelphia Call says " Vas
ear College lias luceived somo foiim
from Hawaii. Tloy are too loely
for anything and much more inter
esting than horrid old botany."
The trustees of tho Library and
Reading -Room Association decided,
nt their meeting last night, to pie
paro and print u catalogue of tho
books in tho library, nuinbeiing in
nil over fivo thousand flumes.
Sunday morning, companies A and
B, of the King's Own, will assemble
at thu aimory for an inspection of
iliearms and uniforms, preparatory
to tho opening of tho Legislature.
After tho inspection both companies
will attend church.
The meeting, announced to bo held
this evening, at Fort Street Church,
of tho Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor, will ho post
poned, to give tho members an op
portunity of attending Mr. Coble's
.meeting at tho Y. M. 0. A.
A biioht time ago, while a herd was
Joing driven fiom ono point to an
other at MeKeo'fl Landing, Makena,
Maui, tho cattle took to tho water.
.Soveial woro drowned in tho surf, ami
15 out of 30 wore adzed uml drugged
sharks, almost ns
quid: us u Hush.
Mu. Fied. W. Millis, after n very
successful tour of Maui and Hawaii,
will appear In the Hawaiian Opera
House to-morrow evening, with an
entire change of programme. As he
is an original artist, Mr. Millis may
always be depended upon for some
thing fresh and spicy.
AmiioiiiTATivi: advices fiom
llanalci show tho damage dono by
the lecent laiu-storm there to hae
been but two thousand instead of
twenty thousand dollars. There was
no da'inni'c to tho cane in the valley.
The loss was in Hume lumber washed
away and ditches tilled up. It is
supposed that a cloud-burst occurred
at Kalihiwai, causing a Hood and
Tin: ' Right Reverend Bishop of
Ollm has issued (o the clergy and
laity of tho Roman Catholic Chinch
in the Hawaiian Islands a pastoral
letter for the jubilee year of 188(5.
This letter, which contains matter of
special inteiCHt to every catholic, will
he lead in all the churches and chap
els connected with tho mission.
YurtTiiiiiJAY evening, while the
M'hooner ICo All Unit was passing the
light housu, on her way to sea, one of
thosailots,Kauhaue by namc,jumped
oerboatd. He was intoxicated, and
(ays he jumped oerboard with a
bundle of clothing because the Cap
tain kicked him. The Captain called
to Mr. Williams, lighthouse keeper,
to pick up the sailor, which ho suc
ceeded in doing with considerable
AwiUMKNT in the easo of Wood vs.
Dillingham, in equity, being a matter
of "specific performance," was com
pleted before tho Chief Justico to
day, judgment being reserved. Plain
till sold defendant a lot of laud
purporting to contain a certain num
ber of acres. Defendant finding a
less quantity of land than ho bar
gained for, declined to pay tho full
amount for which he bought tho lot.
Tho pioporty in question is tho site
of tho Woodlawn Dairy in Nuitanu
. . .
An item occurred in the street,
near our ollico door, this afternoon.
A white man and a Chinaman inter
changed spirited language, which so
exasperated tho foiiucr that ho un
ceremoniously introduced his fist to
the hitter's nose. John shouted
"haul in," and tiied to provont tho
white man's cscapo until a police
man appealed. The white man de
cided to skoot. John followed in the
same direction, hoping to keep up;
hut a nasty tumble over a loose leg
that was in the way, gao the white
man a decided advantage, and he got
At tho tnlo of tho Fish Market
stalls and tables, by tho Marshal at
noon to-day, under injunctions from
the Minister of the Intciior, twenty
fish-stalls and twenty-four tables
w ere disposed of. Tho prices of stalls
ranged from $101 up to .$155, aggre
gating $2,292, while thoso of the
tables ran from $14 to $71, amount
ing to $521.50. Tho total pioeecds
of tho s.ilo amount to $2,810.50. Ren
tals of htalls and tables are hence
forth to bo abolished. All purchasers
who do not pay for stalls or tables
within fio days forfeit their claims,
and tho piiileges so lost are to be
adcitUcd and lesold.
"LIGHTS AND SHADES OF ENGLISH
Mr. Win. Noble's lecture, on this
subject, in tho Y. M. C. A. Hall last
evening was listened to by a ptetty
well-filled house. The speaker's
delineations were confined mostly to
the lights and similes of lifo among
the wot king classes. The cliniacter
sketches of the address were drawn
in a masterly manner. As a mimic,
Mr. Noble excels. His account of
a London mob, the procession, the
proceedings in Hyde Park, and the
singing back of the ctowd through
the marblo arch, was a masterpiece
of descriptive ability. The whole
address was intensely interesting,
and was deliTcred with rare skill, at
times convulsing the audience with
laughter, and again by a dexterous
tut it, nailing a fallacy nnd riveting
attention on some great moral truth.
Fiuday, April 2nd.
Sam Smith and Tom Sharron,
drunkenness, each forfeited SO bail.
Kcalaka, assault and battery on
Ulalani, his wife, being nn old
offender, icceivcd 10 days at hard
labor; costs 81.
Wong Hee, vagrancy, hard labor
20 days; costs $1.
Kealohanui, an inmate of the Re
formatory School, larceny of a pair
of shoes from Ah Yin, found guilty
in fourth degree and sentenced to
imprisonment at haul labor for six
months; costs 81.40.
Kamaliana, . after a series of re
mands from tho 2Cth of February,
on a charge of vagrancy, was repri
manded and discharged.
Ah Wui, Sun Hook, Wong Lcong
Sang, Lau Sit Lcong were chaiged
with assault and battory on Paia.
The case aioso from a dispute over
water rights. After hearing by tho
Coutt, defendants were remanded
till the flrd for judgment.
I. B. Peterson, embezzlement of
8122 or thereabouts, the ptoperty of
the Hawaiian Government, on or
about tho 81st day of December,
of elclit by
1880, whllo In tho employ of the
said Hawaiian Government. Kinney
nnd Peterson for the defendant,
Antone Rosa for the Government.
Remanded until 7th lust, nt request
of defendant's counsel.
For the month of March, 188G:
Tho total number of death1 reported
for tho mouth of Match was 41, dis
tributed as follows:
Under 1 year.... 7
From 1 to 5 0
From 5 to 10.... 1
Troiii 10 lo 20... 1
From 20 to 0... 0
Fiom SO to 10
From -10 to fiO. .
From 50 to CO,
From U0 to70..
Males, a.". Females, 1!
Great Hiltaln 2
c.vusi: ok death:
Consumption. ... 5
DNen'-o of Lungs 1
Dlpeao of Heart H
Number unattended '. . 20
COMl'AUATIVi: MOMIII.V MOItTAI.I I v:
Mar., 18b2 41 Mar., 1S8S 62
Mar., 188.1 CO Mar., 1SSU 41
Mar., 1884 4U
Annual death rale per 1000 for month
SICKNESS IK TI1F. SCHOOLS.
School. Seholais. Sick.
Fott Street School 144
Royal School 201
Pohukalna School 100
St. Alban's College no
St. Louis' College :!!:.
Prepat atory School 08
J. II. RllOWN,
Agent Hoard of Health.
A SILVER CURRENCY.
One of the ablest students of tho
question writes in regard to the
threatened silver legislation in Con
gress as follows:
"Our currency, mixed up as it is
at present, is exposed to dangers
enough, but the threat of Congress
to change it suddenly to n single
currency of silver at a depreciation
of twenty per cent, is fraught with
dangers to society itself. It would
operate as an immediate reduction
in the income of all pet sons em
ployed on wages or salaries pro
fessors, school-masters and school
mistresses; the servants in our
households, the laborers in our fac
tories, fields and forests ; and those
who are most dependent would bo
the first to suffer and the last to
adjust themselves to the new situa
tion. Take your own paper. What
an amount of money is invested in
it, and what an amount of costly
ability! I tako it for giantcd that,
relying upon a vast sale, the price
of your paper to subscribers is put
at as low a rate as is consistent with
a fair profit, and now you arc threat
ened with a depreciation of currency
which will of a sudden take from
the subscription price of your paper
twenty per cent. Or take one of
the gteat daily papers, skilfully or
ganized, frugally superintended: it
gives us all the news from all paits
of the world at our breakfast table,
and at no very great price. What
must befall that paper when there is
a sudden decline in the currency of
twenty per cent.? Just this diffi
culty overhangs every enterprise.
I do not sec the limit of this evil
which this change would bring with
it. So our exchange witli foreign
lands, instead of being at or near
par, will bo reckoned at six hundred
and twenty for tho pound. Every
dollar of gold, of which wo have at
present so good a store, will be
driven out of the land. Nor are
those who live on what they earn
tho only sufferers. Already in the
menace alone every branch of busi
ness is disturbed, and men are
afraid to venture upon any new
enterprise, when to-morrow may
find their capital reduced twenty
per cent, in valuo by Congressional
"Then, too, think of the abund
ance of corn and cattle and wheat
ami the like, for which the producer
must suffer a reduction in prico
equal to a full protection of the ex
change with tho foreign country
where the articles are finally to be
disposed of! And the crime is
made worse by tho pretence that
the change, which is injurious to
almost everybody but the money
changers, and corporations that
have bonds to pay off, and indebted
speculators, is held up as a benefit
to thu poor, whom it does nothing
but wrong and pillage." Harper's
They tell in Louisvillo of a citizen
of that town who came to New York
recently 'and lived at ono of tho
most expensive hotels there. He
stayed four days and asked for his
bill. "Fifty-ono dollars," said tho
clerk. "Guess again," said tho
Kentuckian. "You haven't sized
my pilo yet. I'to more nionoy than
COHNEll QUK1.N & UIOIlAltUS BTllKETf,
LD Rags, empty Hottlcs, Sacks, old
i nnu uoppcr, etc , purcnascu,
for cash, (88 81)
C, KOHL & CO.
Fred W. Millis
The AVniliMteiiowiieit Veiitrltn
quint nuil lliimorint,
Return of the Favorite after a most sue.
cessful tour on Maul anil Hawaii.
By special rtqueM. nnd prior to his
dcp.irluro for the United Stales. Sir.
Fnd. V. Millis will open at tho Iln
wallan Opera House,
Satnrflay Bven'E, April 3fl,
EST Entire Change of Piogrammc.ia
Bov plan opens at the ofllee of J. K.
Wlsuiiiin FRIDAY morning, April
CO vnil, at II o'clock r.M. 3t
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
NOTICE Is heieby given that public
Telephone Stations luito been es
tablished In the dlMlets of Ewa, Wal
anao and Walnlua, which ate available
to nonsubscrlbcrs at the following rates:
EWA 10 cts. per Metsajie
LUA 2ii els. pur Mixongu
Kwa Stutlon Ir at the leshlence of
Hon. A. Katihl.
Waliinae Station Is at the stole of M.
Walnlua Station Is at the i cadence of
S. IC. M alloc,
Wl o, for reasonable consideration, will
uiiileitaki! thu dulicry of messages hi
their respective dlxti Icttt.
Facilities for telephonlm: fiom town
can be furnished at the Cunttal Olllec,
on .Met chant sti cot.
President II. 11. Tel. Co.
Honolulu, March HI, lSsli. 1)0 lin
IVKUY llorae Ownei's Cyclopedia,
It treating of Diseases and How to
Cure them; tho American Trotting
Horso; Breeding and Training, and
RecoritH of Trotting and Running
Stock. 800 Illustrations nnd Eiigin
Ings, by btoiRheimo and other eminent
men. Sold by subscription?.
85 .1.31. OAT, JU, & CO.
A GIRL to lake care of a young child,
must be well recommended. Will
have a good home. Apply to C. W
MACFAHLANE, of Mncfarlnno & Co.
Knahumnnu Street, next to Bishop &
Co.'s Bank. 68 tf
STRAYED or STOLEN.
A YOUNG PEACOCK (male), tall
very short, and very little feathers
on neck. The Under will bo rewarded
on returning tho same to
77 tf A. FERNANDEZ, King Street.
Wiiiluku Sugar Company
A DIVIDEND of Two Dollars per
Shine on tho Stock of the Wal
Iuku Sugar Co. w 111 he paid to stock
holders on Thursday, April 1st, at the
ottlee of CI Biewer & Co.
P. C. JONES,
00 4t Treasurer.
COTTAGE TO LET.
In Palatini, near Mr. J. I.
Dowsett's residence, that elc.
cant Cottaizu hitherto occu.
pied by tho owner, John Rohello, with
line lioucr ami unit garden, statues,
etc. Terms favorable. Wnter connect
ed with tho grounds. Apply to
84 lm HYMAN BHOS., Queen St.
r"MlE undersigned has moved Into the
X ollico of Mr. J. E. Wiseman, where
he will be ptcpnrcd lo furnibli house
hold servant!-, col led bills, do Anglo.
Chinese iutciprctlnt;, and a general
business (.VI dm) SOYONG.
The White House,
Corner Thlril nnd Howard NtH
SAN FUA) CISCO, CALIFORNIA.
3Mrw. JumeN rJL'. AVIilte,
Formerly of tho While House, Nuiinnu
Avenue, having purchased tho bt. Law.
rence House, at tho above address, con.
tabling 130 rooms, all beautifully fur.
nlsheii, in suites and single, offers many
advantages to travellers to and from the
Islands. Thu house is locaud hut three
squares fiom the Palace and Baldwin
Hotels. Terms very moderate. 85
AVING been appointed sole Agent
New Zealand Butter,
the first shipment having just arrived
per H.s. Miiraroa, I have the same to
oiler in quaulltliH to suit at unusually
low ratis, in packages of 1, 2 and 7 lbs.
hermetically staled Tins. This article
Superior lo imy Butter
hitherto produced or ollend for sale in
LEWIS J. LEVEY, Solo Agent. .
77 lm 40 Queen Street.
Haw'n Carriage Manf 'g Co.,
E. O. Hull & Son,
Haw'n Agricultural Co.,
Wilder's Steamship Co.,
O. Brewer & Co.,
Wnlluku Sugar Co.,
rt 1)0 1C0
L. A. THURSTON, Block Brokoi.
39 Merchant Street. 101 ly
B. P. TMLMKOIiAM.
l'n (ii nt and Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Limited. HiicccHHorn o IHIIInchnm A. Co, nnd Hamucl Xott.
GOOD NIHT "
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
Has received, per Steamship Geo. W. Elder,
Smoked Halibut, Soused Mackerel, in tins, Boneless CodflBb,
Kits Salmon Bellies, Eastern Codfish in hlocke, New Cheese, Dupco Hams and
Hncon, Kegs Butter, Kegs Pork, Lard, linker' Whole Corn, Germea, Break,
fust Germ; Oat Meal; Corn Meal; Cracked Wheat; Buckwheat; Flour; Bnlad
Dressing; Durets' Olive Oil; Lobsters; Oysters: Sweet and Sour Pickles: As.
sorted Extracts; Hose Water; Dates: Nuts; Raisins; PtnrRutter; Arrowroot
Cakes; School Cakes: Mixed Crackers; Choice Japan. English Breakfast,
Comet and Blosnm Teas Family Flour; Bran; Oats; Whent; Corn; Saloon
Bread; Potatoes; Onions; Kerosene Oil, etc., etc.
Sfiy- Goods delivered to all parts of the city. Satisfaction guamntecd.
ATTENTION, LADIES !
HR,.A.TV:E 03PEIVJIVC3- Oir THE
On Saturday, March 27th, uml following Week,
WITH A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Choice Millinery & Fancy Goods
OF THE VERY LATEST STYLES.
08 Hotel Street, : : Next door to Lewi &. Co.
Come One, Come All. l285
P. O. Box 207.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
OT nnd OO Hotel Street,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Now Goods continually on tho way. Just rtcclvcd Kegs Bauer Kraut, kegs nol
hnd Herrings, kegs Tripe, kegs German Pickles, kegs Mlxul Pickles, kits
Salmon Bellies, kils Mackerel, kegs Family Pork, kegs Corned Beef. For
Hrcnkfast Whltu Oats, Germea; Breakfast Gem and Shrcdcd Maize. Also, a
line lot of New Zealnnd and Portland Penchhlow Potatoos always on hand.
iiiu ycijr ucsi oj iowuiu iiuixr.it,
Prlri-M low and MntiMi'nction CSnarantecd.
IIKO to Inform tliol.ii(llos of Ilonoliilu una the I"ulillc BCiicrnlly Unit I lin c opened nn
i V" 1? '!'. ' "KAV1-.K I;'CK. Queen Street, opposite Messrs:. IlafhcIilnWcr A Co
I'lVliVlliK of tl.'u follmi lH:Ut '"y '"ri!0 dt0ek f ir'"'1 Unvm' ",ortt;a "" " Kclfu";;
A Large Invoice of J. S.
"SHAMROCK" Irish Table Linens,
Monograms and Crests inserted in
I TRADE J
V MARK C
Alxo. D'OjIii'M, Toilet CoerH, Olnss and Ten Clotlin, l'lllow I.tneim, SliettliiK" Printed
and riiiln I.mwiH, DiniiuHk, II nek nnd KmicylowulH, lltick'iouclllntf, Unblenehid Dnmiink
111 II Ih, Cumin lo nnd lleinxtl tehed Handkerchiefs. HultubluforludieH mid mnnii m.'. ......
Any Length Out.
Alt o, nn In ol i of lir.l.KAST JIUbLIXfa now rmttci ns, fust colors.
yv. O. NIPIfcOTJIU
Agent for tho YOIIK .ST. I'J.aX HIT.. CO , Ltd. Ilclfust; J. S. llltOWN A fOXS. llclfusf T A (i
A. WOUKMAX, llelfnst; II. ,' IIOUX8KI.1.. Ltd., Hililport, hug. ' ,,u"JjU.
J HERBERT REEVE. M.H.S .
t Hydropathic Physician,
Heals all disease by Purification,
Chronic Diseases a Specialty.
Persons weary of using physio with,
out avail would do well lo adopt this
system. Coiibiiltatlon hours, 2 to 4 r.u.
3?- Invalids nn the other Islands
visited by special arrangement.
llesldonuo Hotel Street, opposite V.
M. O. A. (18 lm
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Agent.
My most faithful attciUiou will ho
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for the residents of the
!I9 Mivernl Island of thlt. group, ly
A Dwelling House
and dlnliiL' rooms, nuitry, kitchen anil
bathroom, servant room, stabling and
carriage hoiifc. The whole newly
painted and in good repair. Apply at
MBS. LACK'S STOHE,,
81 Fort Street, or 08 Emma Street.
' fi J VV . M
jas. o. srnflCEn,
Heorctary and Treasurer.
picniy ior evcryuouy.
Brown & Son's "Well-known
MOllK THAN 100 YKAIIS UEl'UTATIO.V.
lIiiHurinMeil for Kxccllcnco or quality,
tliiHiiriiUHHCil Tor Ilurnlillltj In Wear,
ViiHurimHtted for llcauty or IIcnIkiih,
Obtained Illnhewt Annrdw, vIe:
MKDAI.S IlelfiiKt, lMt una 1870; London. 1M1 lwa
uml (Hold) 1870; l'urln (Cold), 1607; Uiiblln 1HA
and 1872; I'lilludclpldu, 1870. ' l"10""' ,No
Tnlilo Cloths from 2 to 7 aids In length. v.Mx
NniikltiH tu mittch. "
aim iilinwi inn mndo of tho JIKbT lltlII nnd
Com tntl Uux; Bpmi, woven and blenched In Ire
land; tho putteriiH wowmln tho Talilu J. Indium
iltMlKMCil by Illisir AKTlhTS, who liuio for , a" y
Damask to order for very low rates.
- .... u.u. ..WU.Itl.
IT affords us great pleasure to testify
that we are highly satisfied with
tho Inter.Island Steam Navigation Com.
nany's route to tho Volcano. Wo be
lieve It to he tho best and most convenl.
cut, and have much pleasure In recom.
mending It to tho notice of intendinc
tourists. Wu have looked over tho
pamphlet written about this rood, and
everything stated in tho same fully cor.
responds with the reality, without buinir
MEDOHEM ORAWFORD, Oregon.
ARE nitOWN, Ban Francisco.
ARE L. UROWN, San Franclsc-.
Punaluu, Fob. 31, 18S0. 03 tf
iriiMliloimblo Clonic una
Corner of Alakea & King gts.
Foathors Cleaned and Dyed
TO THE PUBLIC.
Tie Facile Transfer Ce:
Ollico with o. K. Miller,
13 Merchant Street,
Boll Tel., 377, Mutual TeL, 301.
I am fully prepared to do all kinds of
dravage, hauling or moving work all of
which I will guilranteo to oVecuie' faith!
02 ly S, F, GRAHAM, Prop'r,
v - V,