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MOXDAY, MAIL 2, 1885.
GUM, MOQH AND SEA.
All llnio from noon of (o-day, Mur. 2.
Sttn acts i I.
Sun Hl-ei 18 HI.
Moon ltNr- 7 "i".
High 'I'lilo (equal) 5 IJO.
Hlgb Tldo (equal) 13 03.
WIND ASO WEATIIRII
ttccun) from liuon of yc"U entity '
Sl, TUormon.-t.ir Uiiln.
I 4ii I nil I nil ii ?h oh lShtitoish
3'UV1 I S0.03 I ai.O" HTlia TJ 71 eo,02
Wlml, l:. llghtjblfj'i cloudy! Son, iiioUlmiUc.
Wliuli r Andrew Hides from a crulso
Whaler Qii"ello from :i cruise
Stuir Planter from Kauat
Schr KiiuikcuoiiU from ICohala
Sslir Eliulial from Walalua
Schr lliilhbow from I Cool an
Sclir Catcrlna from Ilaualel
Whaler Hunter fiom n cruise
, , DEPARTURES.
Stmr Likclikc for ICahidul
Stmr Lcliua for Hawaii
Stnir.Ias Mukcc for Walanac & Knpan
Slmr C It llWhop for Walalua & Kauai
Sclir Manuokawal for Koolait
Schr Waioli for Maliko
Relir Hob Jinv for Ivoolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Khiau for Windward Ports
Stmr W G Hall for Wlndwiiid Ports
Stmr Plainer for ICatial
Stmr C It Utshop for Oabu and ICaiinl
S:hr Kankcaoull for Kohala
Ssdir Ehnkni for Wuiiiliiii
S.'hr Kawailaui for ICooluti
. Bk Forest Queen for San Francisco
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bgtnc J D SpreekoK Frite
Gr Ilk Meteor, C.isscn
Bk Forest Queen, Xcllon
Bktne Mary Winkleinan, Backus
Bk Cevlon. lla-stow
Bk C O Whitmorc. Calhoun
From Kauai, per Planter, March 1 G
X Wilcox, U.tpt, G E G Jackson, dipt" U
IOrangc, E It Sutherland, Mr Peacock,
Mrs Ficdcnbcr"-, S'K Kane, W licnglcr,
wire and -1 children, anil 27 deck.
The whaler Hunter arrived off port
thus morning. She has no oil.
The whaler Andrew Hicks from Xew
Bedford is no.w in port with 2.0 bbls of
sperm oil. After diseliaiglng phe will
sail for the Arctic.
The steam whaler Belvidere arrived
o'l port this r. m. She has no oil.
Sclir Kaiikeaoull brought 1018 bags of
Stmr Planter brought IU2.1 bugs of
sugar, 50 bags of rice, -10 hides and 0
Schr Ehtikai brought 411 bags of
The Forest Queen received sugar from
the Planter this morning. She sails to--m
The ship Melrose it. discharging near
the P M S S wharf.
Sclir Kawailaui brought COO bags of
At Waiohrnu, Kan, Hawaii, Feb. 2."tli,
to the wife of Hon. W. T. Martin, a son.
LOCAL & CEHERAL NEWS.
The band plays at Emma Square
this evening at 7.30 o'clock.
A jicutixg of Harmony Lodge will
le held this evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Tnu Y. M. O. A. bookkeeping
.classes meet this evening at G.30 and
Mk. John dragoon, 1D0 Queen
street, has got about one hundred
superior bred ducks for sale.
Tin: Y. M. C. A. Hall and fur
niture is to lie insured for the sum
' Jin. F. A. Soliuefer has a pair of
wrought iron gates 12 feet 3 inches
wide, for sale.
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Quite a party will leave by the W.
G. Hall, to-morrow, for a trip to the
Tun S. S. Mariposa is lcaviug San
Francisco this afternoon, and is due
next Monday morning at this port.
Tun monthly concert of tho Bethel
Union church will be held Wednes
day evening next. Subject, "Japan."
AitTii.t.Eitv practice takes place
t'us afternoon at four o'clock on
t'm beach, a little distanco beyond
Kakaako Branch Hospital.
A son of Mrs. Ilanipson tho evan
gelist will probably pass through
here on the next steamer from tho
Colonies, en route to England.
In future tho regular meeting
of Protection Hook and Ladder
Co. No. 1 will bo held on the first
Wednesday evening of each mouth,
. instead of Monday as before.
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At Fort Street Church yesterday
morning ten now members were ad
mitted. Pastor Cruzan also admin
istered the ordinance of baptism to
an infant and adult.
Them; was a lnrjjo attendance nt
llm skating rink SiUiirdny nfloruoun
A yol'no Cturuinti lidvorlUos for
u situation to drive a horse and at
tend to garden.
Tin: migratory music teacher C.
Kesilcr is once more on the deep
blue sea. He does not appear to
know when lie is well off.
His Majesty the King gavu u
lunch at the Palace Saturday after
noon, to which a number of our pro
minent citizens were invited.
PiCTiim: cord, and gold and silver
wire, picture knobs, hooks, etc., also
patent hooks for curtain hanging, at
Kin- Bros.' Art Stoic. 957 3t
The annual meeting of Fort Slrcet
Church Society will be held Wednes
day evening, March 4th, when re
ports will be read and ofllcers
Tin: Annual Meeting of the stock
holders of the Honolulu Tec Works
Company will be held Wednesday,
March -lth, at 10 o'clock, at the olllce
of Wilder & Co.
It is probable, says the Friend,
that a building for the use of Japan
ese will be erected by the Hawaiian
Board on Punchbowl street, near the
North Pacific Institute.
Tin: Press Publishing Co. has
voted to accept a Charter of Incor
poration, and elected the following
ofllcers : President and Manager, T.
G. Thrum ; Treasurer and Secretary,
R. S. Smith.
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Tin: Friend for March comes
promptly to hand. The number is
given up almost exclusively to the
memory of Mr?. Lowell Smith and
IJev. Dr. Damon, and is a very in
teresting and valuable one.
TiiEnE is a large hole on the ma
kai side of the King Street bridge,
which needs attention at once. The
earth and woodwork have caved in,
and it is very dangerous for horses
Ok Wednesday next, at Brewer &
Co.'s store at 10 a. m., Mr. E. P.
Adams will hold a large credit sale.
He will offer Chinese goods, plows,
ox carts, hand carts, carriages,
guano, etc. Further particulars may
be obtained from catalogues and
To-jioiinow evening at the Fort
Street Church, the Rev. Robt. Mac
kenzie, of San Francisco, will de
liver his lecture on "Traits of Scot
tish Character," for the benefit of
Oahu College library. We have no
hesitation in saying that there will
be a full house.
Mn. J. W. Yarndlcy is at present
rehearsing a double quartet of sing
ers and orchestra in Hadyn's "Sea
sons." This is a most delightful
composition and it is to be hoped
that ere long the public will have
the pleasure of hearing it.
Theue was a tremendous crowd
at Central Park, Saturday evening,
to enjoy a ride on the roller coaster.
The place was closed at twenty
minutes past nine o'clock, and a
large number were then waiting
their turns. It bids fair to be a
very popular resort.
Last Saturday afternoon, Engine
Co. No. 2. had a splendid drill.
Starting from their house they went
to flic corner of Alakea and Hotel
Streets and had two streams of
water on in exactly seven minutes
and a half. The company was con
gratulated for their smartness.
Tiikhe is not a person on the
islands owning a horse but who
likes to keep it looking well. This
can easily be done, for Laino & Co.
receive by every steamer tho finest
hay and grain in the market, and
deliver orders free to any part of
tho city. A large stock is always
kept, on hand and Laiuc, sells at
lowest market price.
The services at St. Andrews
Cathedral yesterday were well at
tended. Holy Communion was
celebrated in the morning, there
being quite a large number of com
municants. Rev. Geo. Wallace
preached the sermon. In the aftct
noon, there was a special baptism
service, at which the Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh baptized four infants.
The Bishop preached an eloquent
sermon in the cvonlug.
'A RuMAitKABLr. Lady" and
other 'election- will b found on our
foui Ih page.
Tin: Huiouiiun announces that Its
daily issue will cease with this date,
and that it will henceforth appenr
only as a weekly every Monday.
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Ai.i. persons having claims against
Charles Williams, of Hamakua, de
clared bankrupt, must present lliem
at the Supreme Court to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock, before the
Is the Supreme Couit, Saturday,
in the mailer of bankruptcy of Alitu,
rice grower at Kalauao, Ewa, claims
were proved to the amount of S2G,
oJ2.ll. This morning, Clerk Foster
was again occupied in hearing claims
in the case of Silva vs. Lope-.
Messrs. M. Green and W. F.
Reynolds, assignees in the" bank
ruptcy e3tale of Kennedy & Co., are
prepared to receive sealed bids for
the stock, book accounts and general
assets of the above estate. The bids
will close next Monday sit 12 noon,
at the olliec of M. Phillips & Co.
While the police were making ti
raid on gamblers last evening, they
smelt opium, and on investigation
came across a Chinaman, Ah Sam,
in an adjoining room, having a quiet
and '- comfortable smoke. Ho was
brought up this morning, fined 50
and sent over the reef for twenty
Last evening the residence of
Capt. Browncll, of the schooner
Nettie Merrill, on Berclania stiect,
was broken into. The family went
out in the afternoon, not returning
"homo until between eight and nine
o'clock in the evening, when they
found drawers open and clothes
scattered around. A silver watch,
pocket book, and a bottle of cologne
In the Police Court Ibis morning,
Ily. Edwards and 1 Davis were
charged with affray. Edwards was
lined S5 and Davis was discharged.
Hy. Brannan and Nakai, for the
same offence, were reprimanded and
discharged. Five Chinamen and a
native woman were charged with
gaining yesterday, by playing at
cards. One, the Chinaman, Ah
Shear, was fined 20 and sentenced
to six days' imprisonment. The
other five were fined So each and
sent over the reef for twelve hours.
The case of Barnard Richard, a
3'oiing boy refusing to obey his
adopted father, was discontinued.
Saturday afternoon about half
past 5 o'clock, a native man named
Ohialia, who was in a drunken con
dition, went to the premises of Ka
halehili, just below the first bridge
in Nutianu Valley, and Jaid himself
down on the back verandah of the
house. As he was ix the habit, of
visiting this house, no particular
attention was paid to him. Early
in the morning the occupants of the
house heard him making a slight
aoise, but did not get up. However,
when the' did go to him later they
found blood oozing from his mouth
and nose, and he was quite dead.
The police were called, and took
posse.-sion of his both.. There was
no mark on him, and his death re
sulted from internal hemorrhage.
Two dollars were found in his
pocket. lie was buried yesterday
at the Makiki cemetery.
ADDRESS DY HIS MAJESTY.
A very larj;c congregation was
present nt the KaumaUapili Church
yesterday morning, it having been
announced that His Majesty the
King would make an address. His
Majesty was accompanied by Col.
C. II. Judd. After prayer and
scriptural reading by the pastor,
llov. J. Waiamau, lie called upon
His Majesty to address the congre
gation. His subject was " Kona
Hale," His House. His Majesty
Hy the request of your pastor that
I would make a shoit address to you
this morning, 1 have consented so to
do, aud will speak to you about this
house and try to advise you how to
find ways and means to raise money
to finish and furnish the remainder
of this building. First, we must all
be agreed about this, of one mind,
each help the oilier, and pull to
gclher. It is, I know, a hard task
lo build a large church. Hut if wc
will all take hold together and deter
mine that the thing shall be douo, it
will be accomplished. His Majesty
thou gave a description of how some
of the cnillost churches on these Is
land worn built ilaili Chinch at
llilo, ono or two un t ho Island of
Kauai, also Knwainhnn Church In
this city. How the people willingly
took hold and woikeil llltlc by little
and persevered until they wero ac
complished. Ills Majesty then told
how in very ancient times, before
Christianity camu to these Islands of
Hit- Pucille Ocean, the unlives had
no churches, but used to worship
the sun, moon and stars, fishes
in the sea, and aUo animals. He
gave tho native namo3 of several of
lh(!c ancient gods. lie then gavo
a full and interesting account from
the Bible of how Solomon's temple
was built, what each one did, and
how it was finished. "A hen this new
church was commenced, n committee
came to me with two plans one
with one tower and one with two
towers and asked niu what I
thought was best. I examined both
and found thatbolh seemed equally
good, but I rather inclined to tho
ono with two towers. Afterwards 1
heaid that the committee had decided
on the one with two towers. Now
let me ask you : Did the Creator
create man with one eye, one ear,
one hand and ono foot? No; but
with two eyes, two ears, two hands
and two feet, one to help the other.
Now, why should not your church
have two towers? It will make the
building look moie complete, more
symmetrical, and I havealways wanted
that my people should have as nice
and complete a church to worship in,
as people of any oilier race living
with us. His Majesty gave a full
account of tho arrival of the first
missionaries here, and how Christia
nity was introduced, also an account
of the birth of Christ and his work
on earth. There were many kinds
of religion, but he favored the Chris
tian religion, it seemed to be the
most enlightened one. As to the
means of raising the balance neces
sary to complete tins beautiful edi
fice, I do not want you to be weary
in well-doing. You have all heard
of the proposed fair to be held here
in the course of four or live months.
Now I want you, one and all, to take
hold and make it a rand succrs3,
that enough may be raised to com
plete and furnish it; and above all
do not forget to pray to our loving
Heavenly Father to guide and aid us
in tins matter, that ho will help us to
bring it to a successful completion.
A CARELESS LETTER VRITER.
Not long since, a gentleman re
siding in Honolulu procured at the
post-ollice a money order for $2" to
send to his daughter in the United
States, and, in addressing the en
velope, carelessly omitted the name
of the post-ollice where she resides.
Months passed and no reply came,
when he wrote again and learned
that the money order had never been
received. He then became very in
dignant and insulting to the post
ollice olllcials here, and even threat
ened a suit to recover his money and
damages. The last mail brought the
missing letter from the Washington
dead letter office, containing the
money order intact, which was de
livered here to tho writer of it, who,
when" he learned tho cause' of the
trouble, made very humble apology
for his obstreperous and ungentle
manly conduct. Moral: Don't
blame tho , post-ofiico when your
letters go asliay, unless 3011 are
sure the fault is not your own. The
fact that a letter, without a post
ollice address, can travel eight or
ten thousand miles, passing through
many offices and many hands, who
are at a loss what to do with it, and
bo safely returned, without charge
to the writer, with a valuable enclo
sure in it unharmed, is one of the
marvels of tho day, and affords the
best evideneo of the perfection of
our modern postal union service.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The. Hand will play at Kmma
Square this evening at 7 :!)(). The
following is tho programme-:
iliireh Ka Llho Hon Mlchlulb-
Ulioru s Xnr.ili
Sn'cciioii Madame Angon
Walt. - SwcelhcarU
Galop In the Centre
Hoohcno. Hawaii 1'ouol.
Heavy arrests of croft or j for riot
ing have lately Ucen made in the
Island of .Skyo, Scotland.
It is reported the Socialists have
arms and dynamite stored in Pitts
Elijah Wease, acred 75, arrested
j lately tit Petersburg, West Virginia,
for 11 murder commuted Ji years
ago, is charged with twelve murders,
to six of which he confesses. He
early began his career of bloodshed,
and is now much in dotage. Some
of his victims were bound, gagged,
and-thrown over u precipice,
A Small Lot of Extrn Quality
French Claret !
In Half Barrels.
For Uale, hi Loud or duty paid, by
M. S. GRINBAUM & Co.,
Oil lm Queen Street,
" Key " Brand Gin
I'o- Sale ill rhiai.tltlcs to suit.
Freeth & Peacock,
ar. XUUANU STKfcET.
Honolulu, : : H. I.
EX BARK CEYLON,
A Small Lot of Very Choico
lOO IX A. 130X.
Bl'HS to Inform bis lrnaorous custo
mers and the public that he is
READY AGAIN FOR BUSINESS
In the store
Adj oimiig Tr eglo'ctii' s
WEMER & CO.
0 FORT STJII'ET,
Have on hand New Foreign and Home
Watches, Bracolcts, Necklets,
Fins, Lockets, Clocks,
And Orn uncut;, of all kinds.
Silver and Gold Plato.
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Sets
Suitable for Fluctuation.
r.iiBi'avIn;- unci Satlvo Jew try
Ilcpairing in all its branches.
S"Solo Agcnlsfor King's Eyo Prcscrvors.
B 7 (tin
A PUKE, WHOLESOME, HE
According to the highest and best medi
Manufactory, : : : Xo. 1U Lillha St.'
P. O. Boy, :170. Telephone, 23 f.
CSy-AU order receive prompt attention
SILK GULTUR'E !
My Hook of Instruction,
"SILK AND THE SILK WORM,"
Gives all nocc-san- information.
J'riee, 'i'lvciiSy-l'lvc' 'cnt -ier copy.
Silk Woim L'jg , 1,iK Tiet', Cut
ting", Siicd-c, etc., lor j.tle at the very
lowest inarlu-t ratt'4.
Thermometer and Flaroinstor Combined
For imo of Silk Iinlsers, fico by mall
only 5 cents.
I will lo ploaced to give information j
10 -:uricsJuiiucuiH who apply ny letter,
niciosing two-ceni sinnip lor reply,
Hpcclnipu IIoxph of Cocoon fe Keel
ed Killc. !.-. C'eiKN.
None but articles of the first quality sold
Address all communications to
Miss Ncllio Lincoln Rossitor,
Practical Silk Cultui 1st,
Now Lisbon, Uurliuglou Co.
Also uncut for tho " Kaleidoscope,"
only CO cts por.ycar in advance, 'vti'
m jwKraBjra-i.va Bi
,-taocaxa);A'&t a..- if kw-mw.
Iicmile k Urta Safes
TIrmobil-1. .Inn. 11. lSSfl.
C. O. IlKimKlt, JibH.,
Agent Mftcn-nlti ft Urban Safe.
It is with groat plcanui-u Dint
1 add my tonttmony to tho Fire-Proof
qualities of your Sjfe.
lhadaiinall tlnple dtor Mncneale &
UibitiSttfo In last night's torriblc Hie,
and, on opening the time this morning,
fouiK lis content contUtlog of books,
papers, and roonev to 11.9 amount of
$I040-I2t PiiUVKCr O iNDlTIOX.
I nm so well -nti-fled wnh the result
that 1 want another Xo. 8 Safe nt once.
GEO. 31. TUUPP,
02(! Germnnia Jlnrkct.
o. D. r.ETll.
Freeth & Peacock,
211 Ktniniiu direct.
HONOLULU, It. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
UlTEtt l'OR SALE
At the .Lovcnt 3Jji-'kot K:itc
Geo Goulet Champagne, pints & quarts.
ChasFanu " " "
Carlton Ficrc " " '"
Fine Uld California Brandy, in bulk,
Furo Virginia White llye Whiskey,
Buclwei.icr Lager P.ccr, pints and quarts
A large and well selected stock of
wLc, ivc. &c.,
Always ou hand oad fir sale at pilco1)
iluit liefy ccinpetlti'.ii. Country ordeis
soliciteo. All ;i)cds gut. rim (-.erf.
V. O. I'.ix ECO.
"TM1E Undersigned Propiioior of the
mm mm cam fagio&y
desires to inform his patrons and tho pub
lie generally Hint notwithstanding the
recent DISASTROUS FIRE, has erected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a much more Extensive Scale which
is now in Fui.i. Oi-hiiation, and which
will be in complete working oidr r by an
Early Arrival ol new Muchinery aud
Tools; anil is now again prepaied ,to .
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
and will always have on hand his deli
clous Ficbh Miitio
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CHUAME5,
RICH NUG AT IN BARS,
S0GAR ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES Of great villi ty OFT
Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit
Of nil decii) tlons. All those Homo
Made Fresh mii1 Puic Confeciinis, I tell
.11 .lO rents PEH FOUXD.
RICK WEDDING CAKE
Of the Finei-t Flavor, in all sizes always
011 hand and 1 rnamiutul in tho
most nriUtlc style.
3MCIIT03E 3!?:03: !
alw fresh, as uho
Home Made Mince Meat
for side at CO cents per pound.
Will receivo )irr f'onsuelo tho balance
of my new iniuih'.ney ot the newest de.
hignsfor jnanufni tuniig all decriptiona
of plain Candies j thanking the public
for previous liberal patronage and so.
liclting a continuance of ham is
Practical Confectioner and Pasfy Cook.
Tin: old bta.nxj. 71 Hotel 6trect
P. 0. 13ox Xo.
Telej bono Xo. 74
Have a Lnrgc- Mod: of the
YEIiY BEST HAY.
Which is offered at Lowest Market Price
Delivered Free to any part of tho City
Paciflo Mutual Lifo Insurance Co.
Agents for the Homer Telephone.
Commissioner of Deeds for Califcrnla
Tek-plibno No. 1-17, 7CC
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