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FRIDAY, MAItCII 19. 1880.
OUIIA.NIU S. H. CO.
Mariposa, from .San Francisco for the
Colonic, March 20.
Selir Mary Foxier from Walnnan
Whaler Atlantic froiii H.in Fiauctsco
SlnirO 1! Illxhop f i oni Wnhinao
tftmr I.ohim fioiu llamnkmi
Ilk Cnlbarleu from San Francisco
Schr Caimto for Hawaii
Stmr V (1 Hall for Maul and Hawaii
llgtiic Courtney Ford for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
IJktno Kllkltat for Tort Tow nsond
Stmt- C It HWhop for Hauuiktm
VESSELS IN PORT.
IJrljr AIIIoKomc, Phillips
Ilk 0 O Wliitiuorv, 'I'lioinpson
'JVrn Lottie Kali Hold, ltlugny
Ugtno V O Irwin, Tinner
For San Francisco, p"r bstno Court
ney Foyl, March l!)ih Jt V Onelnen.
llgtiic Courtney Foul sailed this
morning for San IsrancNco with 11,707
bujrs of sugar, valued at $T7,ii'2.'.n.
Tho bktne Amelia, Cant Ncwhall. ar
rived Wednesday, 'JO days from l'ort
TowiKend with 177,14(1 feet of lumber
to Allen & Hobhi'-on.
.Schooner Mary FoUer brought 1,700
bags of sugar from Walanao yesterday.
The schooner Canute will anchor u
buoy at Papaikoti this trip.
The Courtney Ford was towed to sea
this morning by the Kluu.
Thu Sthllngshlio will wait for tho
mall expected to-morrow.
Steamer C Jt lllshop brought 1001
bags of sugar from Walauae tins morn
ing for tho W G Jrwln. The lllshop
nails to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock
.Iust received per steamer (J. V.
Elder 5,000 foot J'ictnro and Cornice
Mouldings now Styles and Patterns.
Jving Uuw.' Art Store, Hotel btreot.
Wkst, Dow it Co. liuvo received
ox. "Geo. Elder" 15. W. lledioom
sots, U. W. clinirs, Haliy Carriages,
IJanjoH, Uanjo Strings, Iluunonicas,
Folios of Music, K1o.-o'h Method for
clarinet, White's Method for elaiinet,
Song (Jueon, Song King, (loldon
Jtobin, G. A. 15. War Songs, Hats,
IJaso Hulls, Foot Halls, Rubber
Jtattles, &c.,&v. 74
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Battalion drill to-niglit on King
sticot under cominand of Major
Tun band will give u concert at
Kninm Siiuniu, ut-1 :I10 1 .m., Salnrduy
A la no i: illo of
papers is to 1mm!,
fiom Col. M.
A match guino of pool will tuko
place, this ovening, at tlio Keystone
Saloon, between two of tho best play
ers of the island.
Tiikki: will bo music and skating
ut tho Yo.somito link this ovening,
also dancing if desiicd.
In tho J'olico Comt to-day Helo
(k.) was lined $(! for drunkenness.
Other cases weio remanded to future
I- I !
Mu. .1. WillianiB .sends Mr. Soverin
by tho steamer W. CI. Hall, this after
noon, to photograph tho Volcano in
its dead state.
Mn. Tnrnhull, niato of tho steamer
Likoliko, is taking a vacation, to rid
himself, ho says, of sonio of tho super
tluouH coin ho lias.
Stkamkuh Kinau and Likoliko will
arrive to-morrow morning. By tho
former steamer later news of tho Vol
cano may bo oxpeeted.
3f.lt. Fied Wilholm, lately puii-or of
Iho steamer Iwalani, has gone to
llilo, in tako the fioight cleikshi, of
Iho steamer Ivy Holmes.
Mn. Daniel Logan, of tho Bulletin,
went this afternoon, by tho W. CJ.
Hall, on a trip to Hawaii, and will
interview l'olo at tho Volcano.
Wm. Clroy, lately hack driver for
Mr. Jiunes Doild, tried to get away
on tho Courtney Ford this moining,
but Capt. Miller ipftibed to tako him.
Photoquaphh of tho scholars of St.
Andiows and St. buiis schools, on
view at .1. Will'miiis's, attract many
natives, who delight in pointing out
Mati.nui: to-morrow afternoon at 2
o'clock, at million pi ices: adults 50
.cents, and children under twoiyo
ears at 25 cents. A great treat is in
.stoie or tho littlo folks, and n cram
med Jwuso is picdiotcd.
Tin: Muki'o resilience, cornor of
llenrtiiniii and Union streets, will bo
opened fiom 1);!S0 to -1 p.m., to-morrow,
to tho public, for thu inspection of
,tho furnittno which wi)J bo knocked
down at auction on Monday,
Tvi:NTV-nvi: uiturn Japanese and
about 0 Chinese havo already en
gaged luitiao -by tho AJHo Itowu,
'P'to f .s.liASii i H- i &
Hho sails on Monday noxt or Hong
kong direct, and has iicconunodit
(ions between docks for n few bun
Oni: of tho finest things we have
yd Ken in advertising isabanilMinie
(!() pago pamphlet, with ornato gold
gilt cover, iceoived by Inst mail from
W. II. Kenton &. Co., hat mid cap
ninntifaoliiMTS and genllenicn's hiim
ccrs of Auckland, Now Zealand. That
lit m evidently has u high estimate of
Iho value of nilvcilising.
Tlio police nic unearthing hidden
treasures. The notorious Aeiau,
alias Chung Hook, who, as it turned
out, was king dining "tho reign of
terror," referred to in this paper
some days ago, iiad been depositing
his plunder under an old house in
Niuiuint Valley. Olllcer Mclirtens
was the lucky discoverer of the
goods, tho stock of which was varied
ami extensive enough to have stait
cd a good sized notion store, and
consisted of dry goods, clothing,
tobacco, carpenter's tools, and last,
but not least in importance to a
burglar, twenty-thrco kcj's of various
sizes. The in tides were transferred
to the Station house.
ROBBERY IN THE COUNTRY.
Two Chinamen, who had been
committing pretty extensive depre
dations at Wnialua, this island, were
captured yesterday afternoon at
Waikcle, Kwa. Tho station house
keeper at Kwa, assisted by a police
olllcer, made tho arrest about 1
o'clock, and lodged their prisoners
in the lock-up at that place. Upon
the persons of the culprits were
found the following articles, namely :
two stiver watches, one suit of
clothes, one silk handkerchief, S 1 in
silver, SI 00 in paper, two opium
pipes and two tins of opium.- The
robbers had left Waialua at 9 o'clock
yesterday, and their prompt over
hauling is creditable to the rural
ollleers. Their trial was begun at
10 this nioiiiing in tho Kwa Court
House, nml was still in progress" at
Y. M. C. A.
The regular monthly meeting of
this body was hold last evening at
tho rooms, Mr. J. 1$. Athcrton,
President, in the chair. General
Secretary Fuller reported an tinprc
ccdontcdlj' largo number of visitors
d tiring tho month, consisting of pas
sengers in transit by steamers and
other travellers. These visitors were
mostly from the British Islands, the
United States and the Australasian
Colonies; and they had expressed
no littlo surprise and admiration,
on finding the Honolulu Association
so well housed and in so nourishing
a condition. The average weekly
attendance at tho reading room has
been 2G2 since the date of last re
port. One voting and ono associ
ate member wcro elected. Mr. V. C.
Jones reported, for the temperance
committee, that arrangements are
piogrcssing for Mr. Noble's mission,
but cannot bo completed until ho
arrives. A committee, consisting of
Mr. T. It. Walker, Hon. A. F.
Juild, and Mr. W. A. Kinney, was
appointed to nominate ollleers for
next ensuing year,
the election of
ollleers being part of the business of
next regular meeting. Un the
recommendation of the directors, it
was determined to hold mi adjourned
meeting on tho 22nd April,to hear
annual reports. Tho Treasurer re
ported receipts for the month, in
cluding balance from last month,
8255.0(3; disbursements, 8218.25,
leaving a balance of 87.11 ; and that
he will require $225 to meet tho re
quirements of the year ending with
next regular meeting. A collection
was taken, amounting to 615, after
which the meeting adjourned.
A GREAT SUCCESS.
To havo the Opera House packed
full on his second night's appear
ance must bo a gratifying testimonial
to Mr. Fred. W. Millis that his rare
talent as iv ventriloquist and humor
ist is appreciated in Honolulu. lie
had ono of tho very best houses last
evening which it has ever been the
foitunoof a performer hero to re
ceive. The large and fashionable
audience, on their part, gave every
evidence of being delighted with tho
performance throughout. A series
of character sketches, ending with
"Tho Modern Troubadour," consti
tuted tho liibt part of the programme,
and tho grotesque costumes, to
gether with tho varied dialect sing
ing, tickled the auditors immensely.
In the fcccond part, with his own
single voice, aided only by tho
adjunct of a party of comic mani
kins, Mr. Millis produced on the
Mflge a whole conceit and dialoguo
troujio. His ventriloquial singing
and convprsing, with their sudden
and radical changes of tone to suit
the various characters represented
by tho images, was niarveloiis mid
seemingly tho audience could not
get enough to some pieces. A re
quest in writing was sent forward to
the stage for the duet "Lah-de-dah,"
by "Terence O'Kcilly" and
"Larah Walker." in response to
an enthusiastic recall at the close of
the first part, Mr. Millis, in his (lis
gujsH as tho "Troubadour," thanked
tho pcoplo l'ortlielrlibcrtilnatroiiago,
and nt tho eloao of tho seoond pint
ho made his visible and invisible
mysterious helpers bid the nudionco
good-night, Terence having tho last
uoul to announce a matinee mid
evening performances to-morrow.
That nothing succeeds like success
is exemplified in tliu increasing popu
larity of this artist the more that is
seen and heard of him.
RAILROAD EARNINCS IN 1885.
The Hiiilroml Guztttc. lias com
piled n table of railroad earnings for
the calendar year 1885 which is very
instructive. The table is based
upon reports from ninety different
railroads, a total mileage of 05,871,
or about 52 per cent of the total
mileage worked. TJie table may be
thus summarized :
Miles (11,875 (!t,:!07
Huntings. . . . i:ir,7.'0.7:i2 $ 1 1 MMWioo
learnings per mlle..U,U15 0,010
TOO MUCH PUBLICITY.
Two nice young Maine persons
arc in a state of mind, and all on
account of the careless business
manager of an Augusta newspaper.
One of the young persons wrote to
the other, directing her letter to Iho
newspaper olllcc where w worUed,
and the business manager, not no
ticing the address, tore open the
envelope and turned it over to I he
editor, who clapped it in the Young
Folks' Column as a communication,
the name of the sender and sendee
of the letter both appealing. The
young man, who had been awaiting
some word from the lady, lira
learned of the course the letter had
taken when he saw it in the paper.
Their feelings arc much easier ima
gined than described.
L . ' . J . i "I
INTERESTS OF LABOR.
Paris, Feb. 25. The Socialist
members of tho Chamber of Depu
ties joined in sending a telegram to
"British Workmen" in the House of
Commons, proposing a joint interna
tional movement in the interest of
laboring men. The main objects of
the proposed movement arc the se
curing of a reduction of the hours
of labor, improvement in the soli
tary condition of workshops, proper
limits to work cxacled from women
and minors, and absolute prohibition
against allowing children of cither
sex, under fourteen years of age, to
work at all in the shops or factories.
The telegram suggests that the Bri
tish woi kmen join those of France
in inviting the workmen of American
and Europe to send a congress to be
held next September, in some place
to be hereafter designated, for the
purpose of discussing means to em
ancipate the workmen of all coun
tries. HOW HIS LIFE WAS SAVED.
A patent medicine vendor was
dilating to a large crowd upon tno
wonderful cfllcacy of his iron bitters,
pronouncing them the greatest pana
cea, and all-potent in building up an
"That is so, that is so," said a
bystander. "What ho tells you is a
fact, gentlemen every word of it."
"Hear that, will you?" cried the
delighted quack; "hero is living
testimony right before your own
eyes a man who is using the bitters
and can recommend them."
"Not exactly that," replied the
old fellow; "I havo never used the
stuff myself, but, you see, my friend
Jenkins did, and they jest saved his
"How's that?" qucstioued some
one. "Well, you see, Jenkins had
taken the bitters just one week be
fore he was shoved into prison for
murder. He was stripped of every
thing in the shape of iron about him,
and yet ho made a bar and worked
his way out. lie had been taking
this man's iron bitters, -d'ye mind?
And what does he do hut open a
vein in his arm, and took iron
enough out of his blood to make a
crowbar, and pried the gates open
with it and let himself out. Fact!"
The "medicine man" subsided.
A fatal railroad accident occurred
at Tliornhill, near Toronto, on tho
2Cth February. A news agent was
killed and 20 persons injured ; the
baggage and mail cars took fire and
were destroyed, but most of the
mail was saved.
G. II. Miller and his two sous
were arrested at Ottowa for tho
murder of M. Column and Wilbut
l'atton near Seattle on tliu 1-Ilh
February. Column had accused
Miller of having murdered a set
tler. This chargo was about to bo
investigated, and Column and l'ut
ton were on their way to Seattle in
answer to a summons to give evi
dence, when they were murdered in
Albert Kdwnril, l'rinco of Wales
lias u largo family. Kcproving n
boy onu day for his dullness, tho
youngster ictorted: "It's not my
fault, sir; for wc have a holiday
every time a new prince is born,"
A hygionio writer remarks that not
ono woman In a thousand nowadays
can run a mile. Perhaps not, re
marks an Adonis, but ninety-nino
out of a thousand could givo our
grandmothers points on running, a
x,,.. s- Jw.M"--J- W',w!'W
Jeffrey's Porter I Ale
IX nrAUTNANI I'INTM,
For Sale by
Hackfeld & Co.
'ii 1 w
IT affords ns great pleasure lo testify
Hint we nic highly sntlsllcd with
the lnliT.Uliuul Steam Navigation Com.
jinny's route to thu Volcano. Wo be
llcve it lo be the bust and most conveni
ent, and have much pleasure in iccom.
mending It to thu uuticu of intending
tourists. Wo havo looked over the
pamphlet written about this lo'id, and
uvcrylhing Mali-d In thu sumo fullvcor.
responds with tliu icallty, without being
MKDOHEM CltAWK Mil), Oregon.
AUK IIHOW Ipco,
AUK Ij. "I () : - i r.anuUce.
I'unnli i . ..... -1. ibJJ i 02 tf
This Paper goes into most of the
English-speaking households of
Honolulu. It is unquestionably the
for business men desirous of bring
ing their wares to the notice of the
Monthly Settlement n lit
O Luso Hawaiiano.
ALL pciRons who want to coimnuni.
cute with the l'oitu(.Micsu, either
for buaincs!', or for procuring workmen,
servants or iny other helps, will II ml It
thu most prolltable way lo iidvurtisu in
tho Luso fawaii'ttno, thu new organ of
tho Fortimueso colony, which Is pub.
Ilshcd on Merchant Btiuct, Gazelle Build,
ing, (I'ost.OMlcu Letter Uox K.), and
only charges icasonnblu rates for adver
READING ROOM ASSOCIATION.
'I'll IS INSTITUTION Is located on
JL the corner of Hotel and Alakea
streets, dhectly opposite the building of
tho Y. . C. A., in I is open every day
and evening, Sunda Included.
The Headini; Room is supplied with
all the local Journals, as well as nearly
llfly of the leading foreign papers and
The Oiiouliitinj; Library consist' of
over 3,(100 volumes, and is constantly
The Reference, Library contains a
valuable line of cyclopedias, diction,
nrles, and works of a similar character.
A handsome parlor is provided for
conversation and games.
The Circulating Department is closed
Terms of membership : Signing the
roll ami paying the regular dues, llfty
cents a month, quarterly in advance.
Stiangcis from foreign countries and
visitors from oilier islands mu welcome
to the rooms at nil times, but as the
Association has no other regular means
of support except the dues of members,
it is expected that residents of Honolulu
who dissiie to avail themselves of its
privileges, und all who feel an inteiest
in maintaining an institution of this
kind in our community, will join the
Association and pay the icgular dues.
S. 15. DOLT: -.President
51. M. SUO'I T Vice-President
A. L. SMITH Treasurer
0. T. ItODGDUS, M D Chaiiman Hall
nml Library Committee. 77 If
Tho Only Paper in California
that Advocates Hawaiian
A Splendid Advertising Medium
For Hawaiian ISiihiiicsb Men desirous o
forming tnulu connections
on the Coast,
All Hawaiian papers kept on Illo. and
full information L'lvun concerning
Entrusted -to the Proprlclor will bo
promptly and carefully executed,
and no commission ciiah(ii:i.
TKltMB Three Dollars per annum;
$1.70 for six months.
OlmvlcH II. IJiickltuul,
Editor and Proprietor.
OFMOK-'.wa Front Strert. Pon-Onico
Uox, 28U0, Ban Fruncisco, California.
I'. O. Ilox 207.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
07 and I Hotel Hlreet,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
New (looda continually on the way. Jut received lfcgs Bauer Kraut, kegs Hol
land Herrings, kegs Trlpc, kegs (Jcrnmii Pickles, kega Mlcd I'lrklcs, kits
Salmon Hollies, kiln Mackerel, kegs Knnillv l'ork, kegs Corned lleef. For
Ilioakmst White O.its, (Icnne i ; Ureakfimt Gem and Slircdcd .Maize. Also, n
line lot of Now Zealand and Portland Pcaehblow Potatoes always on IimiiiI.
The very bo-t of ISLAND IIUITKH, plenty for everybody.
TrJcoM low mid SiHiMfaolion (JiinrmilciMl.
1111.(1 In llifoini tin; I .nil Ion of llnmiliilu nml Dm I'nlilln court nllv Hint I lmvo opened mi
ofllPfi In Illo III.AM.lt 1II.()(K. (MooiiMiool.oppo.llo Mood. 11. llnffMliliiecr A Co.,
anil ln ll lliolr Inxpoctlmi el my lniuu Mock of li Mi I.lnons, Unpolled dlioct Ironi llclfuot,
consisting of tlio following:
A largo Iuvoico of J. S. Brown & Son's Well-known
"SHAMROCK" Irish Table Linens,
I TRADE J
Monograms and Crosls insortod in
Also, D'Oyllen, Tollol mveirf, CjInoH nml Ten Clntlii, l'llloiv LinoiiH, Shcetlngx, Printed
unci Plain Lnuii-i, lliininst-, Jlnek and FnneyTonelx, 1 luck Towelling, Unbleached Dnnuink,
DtilU, Cumlji'ie. and Hemstitched llnndkeichiefH, snltuulo for hulled tint! cvntleinuu'H use.
Any Length Out.
Aleo, an Jinolcc. of llKI.KASTMUhLINS new pattern', fast colors.
Agent for the YOIIIC ST. n.i.V SPC. CO., Ltd.' Ilelfast; J. S. IlItOWN & SOXH, IlclffiHt ; T. A 0.
A. WOI1K.MA.N, llolfast ; II. L HOtl.NSELL. Ltd., Illldport, i:ng. 75
.' ' ' 'him .! iyi ! i il !
CMS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
KKN'O S'AKl21:i : : : : Honolulu
Has received, per Steamship Geo. W. Elder,
Smoked Halibut, Soused Mackerel, in tins, Boneless Codfish,
Kits Salmon 1101110?, JCaotern Codfish in blocks, New Cheese, Dupcc Hums nml
lbioon, ICoo, llu'ter. Kegs l'ork, Lard, JUkor 's Whole Corn, (Icrmdn, llrcnk.
fast Germ; Oat Meal; Corn ileal; Cracked Wheat; Uiickwhent; Flour; Salad
Dressing; Dnrut' Olive Oil; Lobsters; OyBters; Sweet and Sour Pickles; An
i.orted Extrael , Koso Water; Dates; Nuts; Hiiisins; Pear Hotter; Arrowroot
C.ikcs; Sclioo inkcs; Mixed Crackers; Choice Japan, Euglish Breakfast,
Coinul and ISm-sim Tea; Family Flour; Uran; Oats; Wheat; Corn; Saloon
Ulead; Pol ( . Onions; Kcrosenu Oil, etc., etc.
tSQf Goods ti..nui.il u
I parts of tho city.
1). F. DII.UNU1U.M
President and Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Successors to Dillingham & Co. and Samuel Nott.
FOKT STREET, :::::: HONOLULU
.lusi iiceltui, o.x H.S. Ahimcdu and St. Paul, latest designs in
Silver-Plated Ware, Chandeliers & lamps,
(20'J) Water Filters & Coolers, Cutlery, etc., etc., etc.
Corner of Eort & Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a largo and carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
CiiHtom-Mado Clothing, and Hats nml Caps
Ii all the Latest Styles ail Fattens.
EST Paiticular attention is called toon elegant lino of Gout's Neckwenr.
JHEBUEItT REEVE, M.H.S..
Heals all iIIt.ii-vh by Piuillcation,
Chronic Diseases a Specialty.
Persons weary of using physio with
out avail would do well to adopt this
system. Consultation hours, atO'lr.M.
l'4f Invalids on Iho other Islands
visited by special arrangement.
Uchidcnco Hotel Strett, opposite Y.
JT. C.A. 8lnt
C. K. MILLER;
Conoral Buslnoss & Purchasing A9nt
My most faithlul altemion will be
given for tho
Purchaso ot Merchandise
Honolulu for tliu residents of tho
several Islands of this group. I ly
OK JtOlli: THAN 101) YKAItS lIKl'UTATIO.V.
IIiiHiirimHNcit for I'.xcollonoo of ((unllty,
UiiNiirpnHMod for Durability In IVonr,
IJiiMiirpnBKcd for llonuly of IIpnIbiin,
Obtained IllclioHt AunrdN, viz:
JIKDAUS IlelfiiRt, lllnml 1V70; Ixmdon, 1V.1, Wa
ami (Cold) IbTO; l'nrii (Cold), 1V.7; Dublin, IN.',
and 167.!; l'hlludulplilii, 1S7.
Tnbln Clotlm from 1 to 7 ynrd In length, with
Tliu iihoMi in o Hindu of Iho WY.WV Illicit unit
Com II nl Klux; spun, woven nml lilouchod In lrn
bind; tliupntloriH oonlu Did Talilu Linen urn
by IltlSIl AUTiSTS, wlio lmvo fur many
cjccpllcil tlioau of iiny other country
Damask to order for very low
Jab. G. Si'KNCEn,
Secretary and Treasurer.
JVo. 4 AdtiitiN liime.
Hals dyed and prepsed,
Feathers cleaned and curled,
Native Htiaws sewed In nil tho Intent
Lessons given in thlrly-slx kinds of
iiiuuy wurii, nun u rawing aim pninuiiF
Orders taken for ull kinds of
NEW YOItK LINE.
CHOSSJIAN A linn i
IJroiul Hlreel. N.Y.. will' .!:.
an Al vessel in this line, on or
Orders should bo forwarded by steamer
of March liltli, to Insure shipment bv
this opportunity, or not Inter limn April
(Hi. fiAK'IT.K .t. ftrir & '
MONTHLY, or longer If do.
tired, n largo Furnished Cot. .
tllUO With !) rnninii. 11.., 1.
linuso and fresh water shower bath.
Hen bnthlng. Bltuatcd at Kanlolanl
Park. Mutunl Tclephono In tho house. ,
Imuiiio of G. Wqbl.of West, l)nwt
. ;J Mfe,.!'VV