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ITKSDAY, MA11CI1 !), 1885.
SUN, MQQH A1IUSCA.
All tlmu fi oin noun of to-tlny, Mar. I!.
Sun Sols n r,
bun UIo 18 18.
Jlouli WUvs 8 l.
High Title (large) 7 00.
High Tide (mnull) 11) HO.
1M AMI WUTIIi:U
Itecuul tinni noon of josU'litny
ffil, TUcimoinoler Ituln.
I -ill I mi wii sh I tin 1 h liiitoisii
S'.mki 3WW I so.i)7Mi I 71 s nn e o.oo
Wlm1,..MiilnMu;Hky, ilmwcryiScn, nioilur
ivtc. watt i.i at pu.jm
Kimr Klnau for Windward rris
Stnir Planter for ICnual
Stiiir 0 11 lllhop for (Mini and Kaunl
Bel iv Kaukcaoull for Kohala
Srhr Khukal fov Waialua
Soliv Kawalliinl for Koolan
Ilk Forest (Jueun fov San Fraueioo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Slmr W O Hull for Windward Ports
Bktnc Mary Winklenian for lCaliiilnl
Sohr Oatorina for Haualoi
VESSELS m PORT.
Ugtne J D Sprockcte. l-'rlU
Gr Uk Meteor, Casscn
Bktnc Mary Winkleiuan. Baoku
Bk Ceyloni Butstow
Bk O O Whltmorc, Calhoun
Kor Kaliulul, liana and Kauuakakal,
per Llkellke, March 1 lion S G Wilder,
lion WO Parke, Mls 11 Harris, P X
Makco and wife, Sir Bobcrt Ashley, J
Bobbins, Mrs E C Damon ami child,
(Jhas K Kaluc, John Kahili.
For Windward Port?, per Klnau,
March 3rd D I Baldwin, T It Hewitt,
Mis "Walton, Mrs McDuffer and :t child
ren. Mr Irwin, F Spencer. E Sutherland,
U W Asliford and wife, W It Seal, J K
For San Francisco, per Forest Queen,
March 3rd J 11111, WFcigler, wile and
Iciilldrcn, P lle&sler, P Caesar, J F
Dionezlo, C Schultz, E Wcltsch, J B
Huinas, A Fairon.
Tlie J D Spreckels lias ahout 2000 hags
of sugar aboard.
The sailing of the steamer W G Hall
is postponed until to-morrow at-t p. at.
so as to put In a new crank shaft.
The whaler Andrew Hinks is clocked
at the Eikclikc wharf discharging her oil
and taking in stores.
The Foicst Queen sailed this r si for
San Francisco, with 1:5,542 bags of
sugar, 'JS0 bags of rice and !5 bags of
coffee. Value, 80,2G0.89.
The schooner Ehukhi sailed this A m
fov Waialua, with 1000 it w posts and
S000 feet of. lumber for fencing purposes.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS!
South wind to-day.
. . .
Itor.i.Eii coaster lo-night.
C4o to the lecture this evening.
IIaki times, we hear on every
Music is promised ;t the skating
Tin: Koinsui Catholic cemetery on
Kinpr street is being cleaned.
Tin: missionary steamer Morning
Star is 199 days out to-day from
Mn. Rtifus A. Lyman, of Ililo,
has been appointed School Agent,
district of Ilamakua, Hawaii.
Tiir.uK was another large crowd at
Central Park last evening and the
roller coaster was in great demand.
Tin: gardens in front of the Ha
waiian Hotel arc looking particu
larly handsome at Hie present time.
Tin: number of deaths for the
month of February was less than it
has been for the same month of the
past five years.
To-moiuiow Governor C rover
Cleveland will be inaugurated Presi
dent of the United Slates for the
next four years.
Mksskb. W. C.Parke and II. It.
Macf arlanc have been ' appointed as
signees in the bankrupt estate of
Aiau, rico grower til Emi.
Tin: Honolulu Hides meet for their
regular Weekly drill this evening at
7 :!i0 o'clock at their Armory. All
members should be in attendance.
The band concert at Emma Square
last evening was not so largely at
tended as usual, but the programme
was splendidly played by the band.
At 10 o'clock to-morrow morning
the stockholders of the Honolulu
Ice Works Co. will hold their'annual
meeting at the office of Wilder &
Lyons & Levey will sell to-morrow
morning at 12 noon, at .the Blue
House, Niuianit street, without re
serve, four billiard tables, witli balls,
cue3 and racks cdhiplete.
A mitt. Is wanted for general '
liou?ovoik. Sec nth.
A vol's! iiiuii who understands
Hawaiian, Kngllsli and Chinese ad
vertises for a situation.
On our fourth page are told ladies
how to manage thuir husbands.
Oilier selections will be found nu
the same page.
It is leporled that Dr. Urn pettier
lias been removed from the Justine
Asylum and Dr. Webb appointed in
AvniiY & Palmer have a slcrc-
opticon with 120 views, for sale. It
is in complete working order and
just the thing for a college or school.
PiCTUttr. cord, and gold and silver
wire, picture knobs, hooks, etc., also
patent hooks for curtain hanging, at
King Bros.' Art Stoic. D"i7 .'It
A CntSAMAX, Chun Lock, was ad
judged a bankrupt yesterday by
Justice Austin. The proof of claims
is set for March 12th.
Mn. Samuel Nott requests thai
all accounts duo him be settled be
fore lliu loth of this month, and any
accounts against him be left at the
ollice of the Pacific hardware Co.
Am. the members of St. Andrews
Cathedral choir are requested to at
tend rehearsal to-morrow evening, as
Bridgcwater's evening service will
be taken up.
lt.viN is sadly needed on the islands
of Kauai and Hawaii. At Pepcckeo
plantation they have had to stop
grinding on account of the scarctiy
Remember the great credit sale at
Brewer & Co.'s store to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock. Catalogues
and posters give full particulars of
what Auctioneer Adams will offer.
Tin: S. S. City of Tokio is due the
latter end of this week from San
Francisco en route for Yokohama.
She calls here for Consul Irwin, and
will probably bring a mail for the
Tin: steamer W. G. Hall will not
sail until to-morrow afternoon at -l
o'clock. She is having some repairs
made to her machinery, which can
not bo finished in time for her to
Going into bankruptcy appears to
be the order of the day. Another
Chinaman, In Ping, was adjudged a
bankrupt this morning in the
Supreme Court. The day for prov
ing claims is set for March Kith,
Tin: session of the Police Court
this morning occupied only five
minutes. A. Carter, for drunken
ness, forfeited bail of SG. Kawilia,
for disorderly conduct, was sent
over the reef for forty-eight hours.
Tin: Bo'ad Supervisor had no
sooner-seen the item in yesterday's
Jiulhtin about the dangerous hole
on the Jung Street bridge, than he
took a man and had it fixed right
"Public telephones are estab
lished in Paris, the charge being 10
cents per five minutes conversation."
Persons who have very glib tongues
will have the advantage there. It is
to be presumed that the use of bad
language will be prohibited, as that
might, of course, swear out the in
strument. Mn. Frank Hustacc has been very
unfortunate with his horses. Last
week the pretty bay stallion owned
by him had to be shot, and this
morning one of his grey horses un
derwent the same fate, both suffer
ing from glanders.
On King street, near the Bethel
Church, appears to be a favored
spot for hitching horses, there being
a long fence there. Last Saturday,
a horse was noticed at that place
which certainly had the glanders.
Persons owning horses should be
very careful to avoid tying up their
horses in that vicinity.
In the Supremo Court yesterday
the case of It. A. Macllu vs. If.
Hackfeld & Co., assumpsit, which
was continued from last term, was
partially heard and continued until
to-day. Mr. V. M. Hatch, for
plaintiff, and the Attorney-General
and Mr. L. A. Thuibton for defendants.
y iw iijiBmHwiuMim ,
UnioAi)i!-ilnJor llnylcy must bo
congratulated on the fine display his
inun made yesterday at artillery
practice. Some mo9t cxcclliml shots
were nindc. Quito a nuinbor wit
nessed the diill.
Tin; new signal station on Diamond
Head is completed, and Charles
Peterson the lookout will probably
occupy It in the course nf n few
days. Fiom this point he will bo
able to sight vuscl earlier than
Tin: attention of the board of in
spectors fov the suppression of dis
ease among animals is called to the
large number of mangy and other
wise sickly-looking dogs seen on our
public streets every day. Let's have
a weeding out of these vile animals.
Tin: number of scholars attending
the different schools is: SC Louis
College .1(H); ltoyal School, .')0.")j
Fort Street School, HI.") ; Puliation
Preparatory, 10.") ; Pohukaina, 100 ;
lohini College, 5S ; St. Albans, .r)2.
Mu. Thomas Brown, Registrar of
Conveyances, gives notice in our
By Authority column, that C. K.
Kakani's commission lias been with
drawn, and that lie is no longer em
powered to certify the acknowledg
ments to inslriunents for Iho district
of liana, Maui.
If the hack inspector had been on
Fort and Queen streets, between the
hours of 12 and 1 o'clock, he would
have had occasion to have remon
strated with a woman who was driv
ing along those streets iii a most
reckless manner, and at times un
able to control her horse.
Arn:u the monthly concert at the
Bethel Union Church to-morrow
evening, Mr. J. O. Carter will pre
sent a complete form of rules to be
used in the government of the
church. Trustees for the ensuing
three years will be elected at the
Tin: Y. M. C. A. has tendered
Iho use of its hall on Sundays for
religious meetings for the Japanese.
It has been accepted by the Ha
waiian Board, and arrangements
will be made for the Japanese to
have a service each Sunday. Mr.
Aoki is the Japanese pastor, who
came with the immigrants.
Tins evening, at the Foi t Street
Church, the ltcv. ltobt. McKenzio
delivers his lecture, "Trails in Scot
tish Character," for the benefit of
the Oahu College Library. Up to
yesterday over three hundred tickets
had been sold, so that there will be
a very large audience present. No
one should miss this lecture.
It appears that posters had been
printed in Hawaiian calling a mass
meeting at the Kaumakapili Church
this evening, with no object stated.
The use of the church for such pur
poses, however, was not allowed by
the trustees, so the meeting will pro
bably not take place, and the posters
will not adorn Hie walls of our eity,
but be consigned to the waste paper
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An Eastern paper shouts that the
silver dollars must go. Will some
body kindly inform the Eastern
paper that the silver dollar docs go.
It goes fast, too. A little too fast
for a man on a small salary. It goes
in droves or singly. It goes any
where and everywhere. In this pail
oMho country there is nothing that
has more go to it than the silver
dollar. Lincoln, IVcb., Stall- Ga
zette. Tin: six-oared crew of tho Myr
tle Boat Club has declined to row in
the regatta fixed for the latter end
of this month. The crew of the
Honolulu Boat Club had already
gone in training, but has stoppod
for the present. Everyone was
looking forward for. a fine display of
rowing in this race, as each crew
has a fine boat. What is the matter
with you, Myrtle boys, anyhow'!'
Mk. C. Noellor, of the Lahainti
Mill, has been using iron filter
presses at the mill for two seasons,
and estimates the swing at about
!i percent of the crop. The advan
tages of these presses over the
wooden ones in use on thco islands
arc many. They will last forever,
and can never get out of order.
Messrs. II. Hackfeld & Co. are
agents for them on these Islands,
and have just received large number.
MlU'Mii i'BiwpwHiv4t.ixCTun.krii i.i,i
Mr. W. T. flwl, tho celebrated
F.ngliili organist, was seriously ill at
1elix Clonienl, a prolific writer on
musical history and also a composer,
died icconlly in Paris, aged (3.1.
The doiilh of Dr. Damroseh, tho
eminent New York musical director,
is ti great loss to that city.
Prince Henry of Batlenburg, who
is to marry Queen Victoria's daugh
ter, wns a fiddler in thu Beyrouth
orchestra during one of the Passion
Lococq lias written a now comic
opera, entitled Pluto.
The Sultan of Turkey intends
permanently to establish Italian
opera at Constantinople.
The settling of a standard pitch is
now agitating European musicians.
It looks as if the Diapason Normal
would be accepted.
An Italian has succeeded in train
ing a number of parrots for opera
singers. Parrots tiro born with fine
wardrobes, and very little else is re
quired. A son of Balfc, the famous Irish
composer of the opera of "The
Bohemian Girl," was recently ar
rested in New York for drunkenness.
Berlin has produced a novelty in
the ohapc of a liliputian opera com
pany. The artists range from twenty
two to thirty-seven yours of age, and
from twenty-throe to thirty-two
inches in height.
If you want a musical instrument
of any kind, or music, go to Lycan
& Co.'s, J'ort street.
An English music publisher gives
tho following specimens of inquiries
received by him during the past
"Sirs, Please send me a good
quick inarch, without any fiats, for
the bass trombone, as he always
scratches them out witli his knife."
" Do you publish a 2nd cornet
tutor? If so, how much is it? and
I will send it."
" Dear Sir, Have you got a good
solid inarch suitable for playing at
the laying of the foundation stone of
our new iron church, and how much
" Dear Sur, The wild boast show
have been performen in our village,
and tho band were llcvcnly. The
loader gave me your derocsions, for
sum knew music. He said i was to
be sure and get arrangement of the
'Dead March in Saul,' with the
variations. He is a real nice man,
and plays the sopcrano sweet."
" Speaking of music," writes the
New Orleans Exposition correspon
dent of the San Francisco JJullctiu,
" there are organ recitals dairy at
Music Hall (.Main Building) by
Prof. Pilchcr, one of the builders of
the organ, which is one of the largest
in the country and a very line one in
all respects. It is constructed of
southern woods entirely some
seventeen hundred in all possesses
four thousand pipes and eighty-three
stops, and lias a patent valve, which
completely docs away with pneuma
tics, and makes the action very
rrUIK underr.Igned have this day form
JL ed a partnership under tlio linn
name or SOltKNSOX & LYL.E, for
the purpose of leasing and operating the
Honolulu Marino Railway,
and carrying on a general shipwright
Honolulu, Feb. -Jl, 1685.
AOKKT TO TAKH
Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts.
Olllcn ttith Wr. Flblibouriio. DO!) iim
TUST RK0KIVJ:1), per S. 8. Alameda
U a lino awortmcut of Wall Paper,
Or tho Iites. HtyIN.
0.11 lw ALLEN A BOUINSON.
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAH AN OFF! OK over UUhop it Co.'s
Hunk, and will bo happy to uttetid
to any business enliusicd to liib euro.
e j. McCarthy,
OF THE ASTOK HOUSE
70 Hotel Street
Ha- just received, per Alanipihi, tho fol.
lowing eholcu brands of
American Cigars !
ileauty'rt Dower, llenrv Clay,
Sampler, Stud, Crane, Western Hello
La Hello California Las JN'iufus,
Full jMoou.iSnow Diop,
t5T" These Cigars aro manufactured
from Urn chiileebt of American and Ha
Come siud ivy them !
MKpo.1 wi it. ii,nni)iiin;njifiii mn
faiililiil llomdds! !
Jlv ohlrrof Henry 11. Marlai'lnni', l'p
1 will nll'er at Public Auction,
Saturday, March 261hf
At 12 noon, at my Sale? lionm,
I'lilowst irevloiiHly 11mhkh'I I
nl'iil IMMviiti- Hale. I
THOSE Sl'JiENDIU- LOTS cm the
corner ol Uprctauia and l'llkol Sis ,
Subdivided in lnllowft into House Lots,
and at the following upset prices,
ftnin which iheie can ho no deviation.
Lot 1100 feel by lfi0 feet, Ucrctanla
street Upset price i?lo00
Lot 2100 feet by 150 feet, Klnau
slicel Upset price $1200
Lot 3100 feet by 150 feet, Ucrctanla
street Upset price $1400
Lot 4100 feel by 150 feel, Kinnu
street Upct price $1100
Lot C 100 feet bv 150 feet, Bcretnnla
street Upset price $1100
Lot C 100 feet by 100 feet, Kinau
street Upset price 1100
Lot 7100 feet by !!00 feet, with the
buildings llicreon.Upset price S2100
Lot S 100 feet by 150 feet, Ueretania
street..- Upct price $1230
Lot 9-100 feet by 150 feet, Younu
street Upset price $0CO
Lot 10100 feet by 150 feet, Ucrctanla
street Upset price $1250
Lot 11100 feet by 150 feet, Youhr
street Upset price $!)00
Tho upper lots were purchased by Jlr.
Jiacfarbino for a rcsidtMico, and for tho
purpose of improvement, it has had
great care and cultivation, so that at
present It is well covered by a large
variety of trees, us well as a clioiru col
lection of plants and llowci?, nil in
Anions the fruit and ,-diade trees will
be found tliu Traveler's Tree, thu Hoval
Palm, the Wine P.ihn, tho Lemon Tree,
tho Fan Palm, the Coco.inut, the Japan
ese Orange, tho Ponoiana ltegia, tho
Mandarin Oiance, thu Fig Tree, tho
Alligator Pear, the Algerob.i and othcis.
In Koscs and Flowers there arc a great
variety, which must be seen to be up.
Valer pipes are laid on in each of
Lots Nos. 1 to 7, inclusive, and 50 feel
of hose will reach any part of tliein.
These lots arc situated just in the centio
of Kalaokahua Plains, on the principal
street leading from Honolulu, and aie
within tweu'ty minutes' walk from town,
as well as being upon the omnibus
route to Puualiou.
I shall offer them on very faorablo
terms for puichaseis, namely,
One-Fourth Cash, and balanre in
equal payments of one, two, three
and four years, with interest ut 7
per cent., secured by mortgage.
This division of payments, and low
rate of interest, allows one lor a com
paratively small sum annually paid for
tour years, to become the owner of a
beautiful homestead lot.
Parties desiring lots must make eaily
application, as wo shall sell at private
sale to tlioco who lir.sL apply.
Plans of the properly can bo scrn at
Deeds at purchaser's expense.
Ji. P. ADAMS,
017 tth&s Id Auctioneer.
A Small Lot of Ktm Quality
In Half Han els.
For Sale, in Bond or duty paid, by
M. S. GRINBAUM & Co.,
01 Ini Queen Street,
"Key" Brand G-in
For Sale in quantities to suit.
Freeth & Peacock,
2r NUUAXU STREET,
Honolulu, :::::: U. I.
Just Received !
j:x HAHK CEYLOXJ
A Small Lot of Very Choico
1 OO X3V .A. HOX.
APUItE, WIIOLESOMK, H Ji
Accoidlng to llic highest ami bc?t iiiedi.
Manufactory, : ; : Ko. Iii Llllha St.'
P. O. Box, 370. Telephone, 28-1.
"A11 orders reeeivo prompt attention.
ii. nx-.i.Tw yaWtf.piiu I'mXJtmm,!,
MtmuulB ft Vrtan SSflis
Hnnnliil", Jdn.lt, ISSo.
O. O. llKHQEK, ft n
Agent Macncalo &. Lilian Safe.
It li with great pleatirc Dim
I add my testimony to I lie Fire-l'icfbf
cpiiillthH of your Safes.
1 bftil n .imnll tingle clor Maoimlu A
UibAti Snfe In last ulaht't Nrrlble Qro.
and, on opening the unuia tills morning, J
found its contcnlf conltliig of books,
papers, anil mouey to tlto amount of
$1040-12C PJ5RFKCT CONDITION.
I am no well trntlsfled with tho result
that 1 want another No. 3 Safe at onco. ,
Yftiim trtilv. yf
UF.O. 51. UAUl'P,
020 Gcrmania Market.
u. ii. rucirrji.
w. o. TEACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
." RKtiaxm Sstrce.
110SOLU1.U, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT"
oFraii ron sale
At 4Tw littv.-ofit JSuvket ISutca
Geo Goulet Champagne, pints & quarts.
Clias Farro " " "
Carlton Frcrc " " "
Fino Old California Brandy, in bulk,
Pure Virginia "Wliito Uyo Whiskey,
Budwciser Eager Beer, pints and quarts
A largo and well selected stock of
fee., iVc, &c.,
Always on hand and for sale nt prlcou
that defy competition. Country urdors
solicited. All goods guaranteed.
Telephone -1C. P. O. Box IICO.
npilE Undersigned Proprietor of tho
' mm STEAK GAM FACTORY
desires toinfoim his patrons and the pub
lie generally Hint notwithstanding tliu
recent DISASTROUS F1KE, has erected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a much more Extensive Scale which
ibiiow in Fum, Oim.hatiok, und which
will be in complete working oulcr by an
Early Arrival of new Machinery "and
Tools; and is now again prepaid! ',io
CHOICEST PURE GAWDIES
aiidwlll always have on baud his del!.
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CREAMS,
fcjUliAi; BOASTED AL1IOHES,
CREAM CANDIES of great variety ovr.
Gum Dropc, and Gum Eruit
Of all descriptions. All lhi-c Home
Made Fresh and Pure Confections, 1 fell
at r.0 cents PElt POUXD.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of Iho Finest Flavor, in all sizes always
on baud and ornamented in tho
mofel artistic style. ,-
BffimODEI PIES !
always fresh, ai also
Home Made Mince Meat 1
for sale at .10 cents per ptiuiul.
Will reeeivo per Consuelo tho balnnco
of my new machinery of tho newest do.
signs formanufacturlng all descriptions
of plain Candies; thanking the public
for previous liberal patronago and so.
liclting a continuance of same.
Practical Confectioner and Pastry Cook.
Tin: oi.i) bi'AMi. 71 Hotel btrcot
P. O. Bov. No. 75;. . . ..Telephone Xu. 71
LABILE &, CO.
Havo a Largo Slock of tho
VERY BEST HAY.
Which is offered 'it Lowct .Market Prices
Frco lo any part of tho Cliy
AGENTS FOS THE,
Pacific Mutual Life Insuranco Co.
Agents for iho Hoover Telephone?
Commissioner of Decd3 for California
Telephone Xy. 147. 700