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MONI)AY, MAKCII 1!), 188JJ.
Tins Day's Doinus.
llininoiiy Loiljjo, I.O.O.l 7::iC
Hand at rminin SquMie, nl 7:00
St. Andiew's Cathedial, Holy
Week Sei vice, 7:!10.
AVliilc Knuiututmclm 111. - ill ever
live in tltu hearts of his countrymen
:i-, the liiiiu who gave llicin lights for
themselves antl eltiMicn tlml they
had never enjoyed befme, it muni's
lliut Ihoy have as yet no desire to
perpetuate his memory by lioliilay
innking. The men-of-war were drap
ed -with lings, itud salutes wcic filed
and the Clovernmcnt ofllccs closed,
but the ordinary woik and business
went on. The shops wcio open, the
hchooncis displayed no bunting ex
cept in inrc instances, and but for
the faet that it had been piocluimcd
as a holiday no one would have
known it f torn the aspect of the
town. A fuw pmatc parlies weic
held, which passed off very pleasant
ly. Very little drunkenness was ob
Wednesday, March 11.
A. Sinclair v&. G. Taylor, con
tinued froin 28th Feb. Continued
by consent to 21.st Miuch.
J. dc Pina fs. "V. ('. Akau.i, ac
t ion for $200 damages for trespass.
Judgment for pla'ntilf, Wo and $1
"W. C. Acbi (administrator,) vs.
lvaluna (w), (2 cases) continued
from Oth ; continued till the Kith.
"W. dc Fries vs. C. lloltc, action
of assumpsit for $13. Judgment for
plaintiff for 10 and SO. 20 coslb.
J. !Nott & Co. vs. T. 15. Murray,
action of assumpsit for $ 17.78 ; con
tinued to the 21st inst.
Paka vs. Kuihouua and Lohttua,
action for $130 damages ; continu
ed to the ICtb.
Lono vs. Leon K. Matcie, action
lor 50 damages; continued to the
Friday, Mm eh Hi. ,
.1. Coricia vs. J. Siha, continued
fiom the !th; continued to 21st inst.
W. C. Acbi (adininistiator) vs.
lvaluna (w), continued from the
11th, tiover case; damages $200.
Judgment for plaintiff for 130,
costs 87. Appeal noted. Same
patties, action of assumpsit for
171, continued fi oni llth. Judg
ment for plaintiff for 81 10 ; attorney
8 1 1.20 ; costs 81.13. Appeal noted.
Lovejoy & Co. vs. Fassic, action
of assumpsit for 881.33. 2s"o appear
ance for defendant. Judgment for
plaintiff for 831.33; costs 83.70.
"Wilder & Co. vs. Kahaleaua,
deseiling conli.ict sen ice; ouleted
to return, costs !).
S. Xott h. .1. Blown, action of
ussiimpsit for 22.32. No appeal auco
i fur defendant. Judgment for plain
tiff for !.'.32, and costs !i.-13.
Pnka vs. Kuihonua, and Loliuun,
action for tiespass; suit wilhdiawn;
Lono s. Leon Mutere, action on
breuch of verbal agreement, damages
$30; case dismissed; costs if3.35.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Swiflstire and Hawaiian
Hands will give a concert at Knima
Square this evening. Following is
the piogrammc :
Pah i' i.
Hawaiian Hand, 'i', niuhleinn,
II. lleijjr-r, Leader.
Man hC'oi oiintlon Meyerbeer
hi hellmi Nahuci Venli
Swifhiue's Hand, 21) musicians,
W, J (I, Leailei.
Ouiidiille Hit and Mls Hervii
Hclu lieu Patleiieu SiiIIImiii
Overliue Sluigglii fm Fortune.. biipiw
Klini f (J iiiiameutn tsaiieiii
W'nli M v Oueen.
J lie j'rie
II never go back no
(ion bAVi: -nil. Oi-i.i-N,
15 v tlio courtesy of Dr. McKibbin,
wo are enabled to rcpoit that .(if)
inches of iniu fell during the twenty
four hours previous to 0 a.m. on
The Kilnucii Hon brought 1,302
bags sugar, and 'M bags coin.
The liisdmp biought 2,1)27 bngt.
sugar, -18 bbls mobiles and !) bags
The Likcliko brought yesterday
1772 bags of sugar.
The Dakota and Forest Queen will
leave for San Fiancisco on or about
The lr'g lltintd has been pur
chased by the Planters' L. & .S. Co.
She sailed fiom Kahnlui on IVuhiy,
for Honolulu, to be lilted out for u
trip to the South Sea Islands.
LOOAIi & GENERAL ITEMS.
Tin: .Suez as ciowded with pas
sengers. Many fi lends came down
to sec her off.
Captain Scins, of the Kilnuca
llou, reports that two shales have
been seen off Kahului for over n
A Salute was fired at noon on
Satuiday, in honor of the day.
Nature also fired a salute with her
great guns the thunder at about
O.v Satuiday morning no Police
Comt was held, on account of the
holiday, but the Judge took the evi
dence, by consent, in the B. II. Nor
ton .shooting case, of a man who
was going on the Ninito that day.
The evidence was taken as of Friday.
Mn. N. Pkii'.ii-on-, who has been
in chaigc of Mr. G. II. Robertson's
diayagc business for some tunc,
went on a winding cruise noith in
the Ohio on Satuiday. As will be
seen by icference to our advci Using
columns, Mr. K. A. Urokr.w is now
in chaigc of the d ravage business.
YVc seize the oppoitunity to remind
our friends who lcquiic diayagc done
that Mr. Kobertson's business is
capable of doing all they want.
Tin: Ninito's destination has been
a matter of much conjecture. One
story has it that she is going to the
Japanese seas to lisli for salmon ;
another, that she is going north
whaling, or fishing; while a third
idea is that she is going to the llus
sian Islands to catch seals, for the
sake of their skins. She is well
equipped, and on boaidofhcr arc
a number of her joint owneis who aic
going to take part in the expedition
whatever it is.
"Wiii:n" sailors from the men-of-war
come on shore on liberty they
complain that there him no sensible
ainuseinentH in the town, so that to
pass the time they are forced to go
into the rro!r-slioi)s. Another com
plaint, is that they can find no lodg
ings for the night. Night after
night, many of them come to the
Station House making application
to be kept theie for tho night, as
they have no other place to go to.
Who has .sufficient feeling for these
men to endeavour to remedy this
state of affairs?
THE GEOLOGICAL HISTORY OP THE
Theie was a theory that once this
part of the Pacific was occupied by
a vast continent, which bad become
giadnally submerged, leaving the
tops of its highest mountains as isl
ands, or as bases for coral insects
to build up islands from. An island
to tlte westward showed a sudden
dip ofG,700 feet just beyond the
limits of its coral reef, it was thctc
forc argued that all that space could
have been built up by the coral ani
mals ; but he thought that the same
dip would have been made, if the
substrata of the island were of vol
canic origin, which would go far to
militate against tlio Mimncigeii con
tinent tlfcory. Then again if there
had been a continent licic theie
would have been plenty of animal
life ; for, as tho continent gradually
went under the living things would
have rcticatcd to the highest points.
But what was the casci1 Notwith
standing that the situation and cli
mate of the islands aic extremely
favorable to life, all animals and
plants Bcem to have been introduced
here in an accidental way. ior m
Htanco, ono of your own citizens,
Mir, Foi minder, luw ably proved
,tbat tUo UuwuiltiUB mo brought
here, mid did not originate here.
Quali cf age upholds the same view.
Many other illustrations and ex
amples of this were given.
1 have been to ivilatica and Manna
Loa, and I will present u few of the
results I have arrived at, although
many of you, doubtless, believe pre
cisely the opposite. It is genet ally
believed that there is a connection
between these two entities of activ
ity that they aic fed from one sub
terinncan icservoir. I do not think
.so, as, although in pictures, etc.,
Kilauea is situated on the side of
Manna Lon, I llud from actual ob
servation that it occupies a diffcicnt
topographical area. Then, too, al
though it looks as if it wcic now
simply a second vent burst open by
the fuiy of the lires beneath I linvc
no doubt, but thatit'is ixraldem (as
they arc called in Central America).
That is, that once it was a true
crater of much gicatcr height than
now, and that the heat of the fires
below melted the superincumbent
rocks and they fell in; gradually
more and more fell in, and t educed
its height and widened its opening
till it arrived at its present stage.
The lakes iu its interior, Ilalemau-
mntt and the new lake, arc true
To be Continued.)
A young widow has married again
An old friend of the family reproaches
her discreetly. " I niii sure, my
dear," he says gently " that you have
not chosen as you might have. Had
your poor husband been alive, he
would never have let you make such
"VTOTICE. I beg to notify my many
Jl.1 good triends and customers that
Ha-, charge of my
And tluit he will be pleased to accom
modate than in that Hue with
The Best Teams on the Beach !
JaPIling up Telephone No. C5
When you wnnt teams, or leave orders
at the ofllec on Queen street, between
Wlldcr's and Tiik Duly Dut.lktik Of
fice. Don't forget the number 05.
a5'2 G. II. KOBEKTSOX.
HAS REMOVED his Ollkcaud Rcsi.
dence to the
Cor. of ItlelinrdH nml llrrctnnin NtH.
Oi-kici; llouns 8 to 10 a.m.; 1 to i)
:S51 p.m.: :'J0to7:30 p.m 8m
o. ii 1 1-Scrcttuiiii Street.
Per lirlg "Win. O. Irwin, via San Finn.,
Of Genuine, Choice,
Special llate-5 in.ulc to pintle buying
31. S. (ili'iiilmiim A Co.
LADIES and GENTLEMEN who arc
of a mimical turn of mind, should
cull at onco and view the two largo ele
Each nlavliu: 8 tunes, with Dells. Drums.
Zither, Harp, &c. The Unci Instru
ments ever biought to tlio Kingdom.
Again, those who wish to enloy Evun.
ing Entertainment, cull ard see the
Large, Green covered
Black "Walnut Card Table,
mounted beautifully, and also the Elo
uniit (Inlaid wood) CHESS BOAHJ)
TAIILK, with complete set of chessmen.
Ali-o on inhibition, onu line mounted
FIELD and MA1UNE GLASS, ami a
neatly hound Al hum with -IS Hawaiian
Scenic Views. Also, a biniill Music Box.
All can hu 'ecu at
J. E. 'WISEMAN'S,
G uncial Jiiislucss Ollice,
Nt. !27 Merchant Mrcct.
The above c.ntttitutu Flvu Piixc on a
LO'ITEUY to take nliico bhortly.
I ickcis. is-.'-uu each.
tSyCall on tho Agent.
SUGAR GROWING LAND
WANTED TO PUKOHASi: or Kent
100 Acres of Land,
On any of thc.-c Inlands.
Statu particulars, and address
"Planter," iiuliktin oihcc,
U50 Ul Honolulu,
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
IIowc'n Stnndnnl Sen lew, endorsed by the United Stales
Government. Scales for nil purposes. Dormant
Wnichousc Scales, &c., &c.
Anewniul cirofully "elected asoitmcnt of
Oluuulelierw, LmapN, and JLiimIci-ikm.
Carriage Lamps of nurd approved American patterns.
Plows and Agricultural Impl'onts
The largest variety to lie found
on the Ilnii(R
ULOllULAlt & STKEET LAMPS,
WHITE LEAD & PAINTS.
Something for Everybody a new discovery,
The Magnoso-Calcito Fire Proof Safes,
Jewel Cases anil Bond Casc.
At n test of Hip Arc proof ijiialitlci of the Magncso-Caloitc, held on the snmMot
near the Cltv Hall, San Frnnci-uo, Nov. 27tli, n idle of about n cord of nltch-pin
wood was prep iretl, and live gallons of tar poured over it. A small iron cliest, with
a l?n' Inch lining of Magneto cilclto w.is plated In the centre of the pile unci the
muss set lire to. After tlio chcM had been kept nt a red hent for an hour, it win
taken from the lire, cooled with water, and opened, and the contenti, consisting of
!ipprs and circular.-, werr found In a perfect &tnte of preservation, being not at all
dNcolored, only slightly warm, and having a trilling smell of smoke.
Wc, the undcrdgned, were preent nt the above tcM, and saw the box opened,
and we certify to tlio perfect preservation of its content. The entire tcM was per
fectly satisfactory to u. II. L. DonoK, (of Dodge, Sweeney & Co.); C. II. Latok,
k public test ol tho quality ol these goods will be made at an early date.
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
Between the Hawaiian Islands and the United States, and
between the Hawaiian Islands and
jr. E. wisbman,
Eeal Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Ofllcc,"27 McichantMieet, Hawaiian Gazette Mock.
The only recognicd Ileal Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and properly for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Houcs to lcae and rent in Honolulu and suburbs,
llooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
"5TOTJ CAW BUY
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER & TEACHER'S
IVew Drug Stove, i
THAN ANY OTHER STOKE IN TOWN.
813 lm IST IP YOU E01TT BELIEVE IT, JUST TE.Y IT.
H. J. AGNEW
Begs to inform his friends and the public Generally, that
he has made complete arrangements for
Constant Supply of IIay, Oats, Bran, &c,
Or Lite Very ltcnt QiuilU.v, '
"Which ivllhc oiler for sale at the Lowest Possible Hates,
From the I st of next month.
All orders will meet with prompt attention, and w ill be filled with dispatch. 310
.ULii lll.'.l 1 I !-- L-l
A SITUATION, by a young woman
(German), as general houe ser
vant, &e. Addrovi or apply to No. 47
I'unehbowl -tied. Si32 U
Asbestos Stojun Packing!
For covering Hollers and
A Fresh Lot Just Received,
And for Sale In lots to niiil by
317 lm TJieo. 11. DuvIcm St Co.
Old City Market!
No. 103 Nunanii Street,
NEWLY XtlQVIVlClD Z
G, J. Waller, Proprietor.
Tclephono No, 280.
Always on hand and for pule
Prime Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb, &c, &c,
Orders received by telephone, nr other.
wUe, up to 8 o'clock every evening.
Delivery carts will in futuio run to all
parts of thocity and nuhurhs.
U47 Gi.o. Cvvakauii, Manager.
No. 0 Queen htrcet,, ...... .Fih Market,
Dealer in choicest
Href, Vrl, Mutton, FIhIi, Ar Ar.
Family and Shippiug Orders carefully
attendcif to. Live stock furnbhed to
vessels at short nutlco, and Vegetables
of all kiudi) bupplicd to ord9r. U4U ly
' ' -U ITS
THE LARGEST AND MOST COM.
The flncit Hordes to bo found in any
drayago businessjn the city.
Here is a chance for an active and ac.
commodatlng young man that has
a little capital to invest and
make a good living.
This offer is open for two weeks.
For terms and particular apply to
. II. ItOHKItTHOX,
Honolulu, March 1 1th, 1883. 348 Sw
THE OLD CORNER
Haut linos., : : Proprietor.
Smed up in flrat-elass style al ill hour
Optn from 2 a. m. to,,10 p, m.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacop, Pipes
Ac, &c. Also,
, . . ,.r . i,
Laifa.Jft..-. , v&ktftem
- r ctw i i - Jt ihjnri. .L. -,'