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THE DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.
Fh of the Moon Muring; March, 1HS3. D. H. New Moon 15 ; M. 5 A.M The Rising and Setting of (he Nun. Th gun rise to-morrow mornitiij at 6:13 o'clock. The buii net tliW eveninz at 6:0'J o'clock. PORT OF HONOLULU, II. 1. AKKIVAI.S. Satckbay, March 2 J. Stmr Kinau, Kinx, from Hawaii and Maui tmr IUltelike, Loreuzen, from Kahului, Fukoo a ad way ports, Moloka.1 Stmr Waimanalo, Nellson, from Waimanalo Kl SBAT, March 22. Stmr PJauter.Cameron.froin Nawiliwlll.Wainiea, Koloa, Klet le and Kekaba, Kauai Ntcar Kaplolani, from Ew P M 8 S Zealandia, il Webber, 7 days from San Francisco. Schr Nettie Merrill from Lahaina Schr Emma, from Olowalu Hchr Kawallanl, from Koolau tochr Rob Roy, from Koolau. DEPABTIBES. MatcbdaY, March 21. Stmr C R Bishop, Macauley, for Hanamaulu, Kllauea and Ilanalei, Kauai, via Waianae, Oa.hu, at 8 a. m. atrnr Kilauea Hou, WeLibarth, for all ports of Hawaii from Paaubau to Onomea, at 4 p. m. Schr Ka Mol, for Kalwilahilabi Sunday, March 22. Mteamship Zealandia (Brit), Webber, for the C'olo nlei. TeieU Laflux This Day. Btrar W Q Hall, Bates, for Maalaea, Kona and Kai), at 4 p.m. btmr lakelike, Loreuaen, for Kahului and way porta at 4 p.m. btmr James Makee, Weir, for Kapaa direct, at 4 p. m. Wtmr IwalanI, Freeman, for Hamoa, Maui, and Paauhau, Honokaa, and Kukuihaele, Hawaii, at 4 p.m. Sclir Manuokawal, for Koolau fcchr Kmma, for Koolau and Olowalu Hchr Nettie Merrill for Lahalna. achr Kawaliani, for Ewa Hchr Rob Roy fr Koolau Vessels Exported from Foreign Pont. Brit bark Orient, from Liverpool, due April Haw bark Thos U Poster, from Newcastle, N U W. due Feb 20 Hark Cbaaca (Brit), from Liverpool Bark Mendota. from New York, due Mar 1-20 Hrtt bark James Ci Blaine, trom San Pedro, due March Am tern Joseph Russ. from Kureka. due Mar 7 Brit bark Birmah, Witts, from Glasgow, due April 30 Ana Brgtue Consuelo, Cousins, from San Fran cisco, due Mar 17 American schr Anna, McCulloch, from Port Blakely, for Kahului, due March 5 10 American bark Caibarien, Hubbard, from San Francisco, due March 15 20 4 m bark Matnilde.froin Newcastle, NSW, due jafar 30 Brit bark Oriente, Hughes, from Liverpool, due May 20 Steamship Alameda, H a Morse, from San Fran Cisco, due March 23 Am bark AinyGurner, Newell, from Boston, due April 30 Am brgtne John Smith, Foss, from Newcastle, N S W, due April 5 10 Am steamship City of New York, Cobb, from San Francisco, due March 2ti 'Am tern Reporter, Cook, from Newcastle, N S W, due April 1015 Am bktne Katie Flickinger, Young, from New castle, N S W, due April 25 30 Am bark Neptune, from Newcastle, N S W, due May 15 Am bark Autumn, from Newcastle, N S W, due May 510 V S S Hartford, Perkins, fromV'alparaiso, Chili, M A, due Mar 2:1-25 FOUKIUN V1XSELH IN PORT. Am bktne Kurcka, Lee, from San Francisco American bktue Jla, K M Howe, from ban Francisco American bktne Discovery ,W R Perriman, from ban Francisco Am Missionary steam-bktue Morning Star, I. Bray, from Boston Brit bark Idy Laiupson, W. II. Marston, from Newcastle, NSW Am bktne Klikitat, R. D. Cutler, from Port Townsend.W T Nor snip Imperator. M C Hole, from Liverpool Am tern William Renton, J C Kschen, from Newcastle, NSW HESFOHAXDA. The Zealaadia, XI. Weber, Commander, ar rived here yesterday at 3:30 p in from Mau Fran cisco, which port was left on Sunday, the 15th in stant, the San Francisco pilot being discharged ut 4pm on that day. Captain Webber reports having experienced moderately pleasant weather for the first two days. On the third day a strong qulnoxlal gale blew from the S K, with heavy triple sea from the S E, 8 W and N W, the glass tailing to 29.60. To ease ship and save deck cargo she was ran with the wind on the port quarter for several hours. At 8 p m a violent squall struck the ship, after which the gale subsided, but a heavy, confused sea continued to run for the two next days. No damage whatever was done. Afterwards, moderate weather was experienced to port. fi'ASSEXOEK. ARRIVALS. From liana, Kaunakakai and Kahului, per steamer Llkelike, March 21 Mrs Kinau Wilder and 2 children. Captain J Ross, I Q Tewksbury, Ah Lan, George Raup and wife, W W Qoodall, C WaU, Ito Chojiro, Ching Yan, H 8 Tregloan, Dr O L Fitch, Mr Hendry and wife, 5 prisoners, 1 leper 1 blind for Lunalllo Home, and 61 deck. From Lihue, Koloa, Wainea, Nawiliwlli. iCekaha and Wahlawa, Kauai, per steamer Planter, March 21 Hon W E Rowell. Col Z S Spaulding, Mrs V Knudsen, the Misses Knudsen, Miss Eliza Gay, G 8 Gay, James Gay, I) Simpson, Miss Lizzie Dolron, F Barckholtz, C Y Aiono and 101 deck. From Maalaea, Mahukona, Hilo and Lahaina, per steamship Kinau, March 21 Hon S G Wilder, Col C P laukea, Hon J E Bush, Hon A Fornander, W Y Horner, Sr, Madame Cora, 1 B Chisholm. C M Cooke, Ed Hutton, A Young, Jr, Alf Geering. J A Scott, J S Ginsberg, Rev A H Smith, Rev A O Forbes, S K Kauai, A Vogel, C Watson, M Green, J A Wilder, Mrs Do well, W Shlng, Mrs C M Wallon, J G Uorrie wife and Child, Mr and Mrs Mam Nowlein, J B Jones and wife, and 95 deck. MIIIPPIXO NOTES. The steamer Llkelike brought 567 bags sugar and 41 bags corn from Molokal and Kahului. The steamer Kinau brought 2,635 bags sugar and 170 packages sundries from windward ports. The steamer Waimanalo brought 600 bags sugar from Waimanalo. She sails to-morrow morning. Four of the lnterlsland steamers will leave for their ordinary destinations at 4 o'clock this after noon. The American barkentine Eureka will sail for San Francisco to morrew with a full cargo of sugar, rice and sperm oil. QTne steamer Planter brought from Kauai yes terday 4,630 bags sugar, 40 bags rice, 29 bags pia, 6 bags potatoes, 52 packages bides, 4 horses and 40 packages sundries. The steamer W. G. Hall sails for windward ports at 4 o'clock this afternoon with a full cargo of general merchandise, and also the vacuum pan brought down by the W. G. Irwin for Kau, Hawaii. The American schooner Rosario, Captain E. D. Swift, arrived at Kahului on the 16th instant, 17 days from San Francisco. She left Kahului last Saturday for San Francisco with a full load of sugar. The Zealandia brought no freight for Honolulu, bnt bad 95 tons for Auckland and 735 tons for Syd ney. Part of the latter freight was Ave locomo tives from Philadelphia for the Sydney govern, meat, which lpmbered up the deck. A fast trot ting mare was also on board for Sydney. She Is California bred, and has a fine record. Mr. J. Colebank and 75 Chinese passengers came by the Zealandia for this port. She had nine pas senger for Auckland and seventy-nine for Sydney. The Zealandia sailed for the Colonies at 6:15 p. m yesterday. The Emerson Minstrel troupe aud Madame Cora, the magicienne, took passage by her. Anclion Sales Aiinoiinreil. MARCH 28th E P Adams, homesteads, at sales room, at noon. The city of London has one clergyman or every four bar-rooms. REGATTA. Official Programme, Rnles aud En tries. The following is the official programme and entries for the anniversary races to come off under the auspices of the Hono lulu Yacht and Boat Club on Saturday, Slarch 23, 1SS5: 1. Sailing race for Racine canoes Prize, club medal. Course From a line near can buoy to leeward of buoy anchored off Marine Railway, beating around the same and back to starting point. Paddles may not be used except for steering. Entries Dr. Trousseau's "Fieur de lis," H. Y. B. C; Dr. Trousseau's "Mignon' II. B. C.; S. B. Dole's "Tippecanoe,'' H. B. C. 2. Six-oared gig race (For junior Y. Y. or 2nd crews). Open only to club members who have not pulled in senior or 1st crews. Prize, club medal. Course From a line near can buoy, through the chan nel, to and around spar buoy, keeping same on the port side, and back by same course to starting point. Entries "Stran ger,' ' Myrtle Boat Club; "Lilian," Myrtle Boat Club; "No Name," H. Y. B. C; "Liliuokalani," II. Y. B. C. 3. Piddling race for Racine canoes Prize, club medal. Course From a line near Can buoy, through the channel, to and around buoy off Marine Railway, keeping it on port side, and back to start ing point. Entries Dr. Trousseau's "Mignon,' II. Y. B. C; Dr. Trousseau's 'Coquette," II. Y. B. C,; S. B. Dole's Tippecanoe," H. Y. B. C. 4. Six-oared gig race (for senior or first crews) Prize, club challenge cup. Course From a line near can buoy, through the channel to spar buoy, keep ing same on the port side ; thence to and around individual stake boats to be placed on a line with bell buoy, rounding same to port, and back by same course to start ing point. Entries Stranger," M. B. C; " No Name," H. Y. B. C; Poomai- kelani," Iolani B. C. 5. Yacht race Open to yachts of not over three tons. Prize, club medal. Course From a line near can buoy, through the channel, passing makai of spar buoy,' to and around bell buoy, keep ing it on the port side, and back by same course to starting point. Eutries W. L. Wilcox's "Pauline," II . Y. B. C; "Lena," Myrtle B. C. 6. Shell race. Single sculls Prize, club cup. Course To be designated on the day of race. Entries C. B. Wilson's and W. M. diffard's " Pet," II. Y. B. C,; George llarkham's "No Name," II. Y. B. C. 7. Four-oared gig race Prize, club cup. Course Same as in No. 2. En tries " Stranger," Myrtle B. C; "Li lian," Myrtle B. C; "Unknown," H. Y. B. C; " No Name," II. Y. B. C ; " Li liuokalani," II. Y B. C.; " Poomaike Iani," Iolaui B. C. BULKS. 1. All members of clubs participating in the races of the day must have been members of their respective clubs for at least CO days. 2. Rowing boats will be called first by sound of bugle, and after being placed with their bows in hue, will start by the word "go.',x 3. Sailing boats and canoes will make a flying start, the signal for which will be the lowering of a flag on the judge's stand. The use of oars will be strictly forbidden. No restrictions as to quantity of sail. 4. It shall be deemed that a boat's own water is the straight or true course from the. station assigned to it at starting. 5. No boat to attempt another boat's water except at its own peril. 6. Any boat crossing into its opponent's water (see rule 4) and coming into con tact, with the'oars, boat or person of any competitor whose water it has so taken, shall be deemed to have committed a foul, and shall be ruled out of the race. 7. It is the province of the judges when appealed to but not before to decide a foul, and the boat decided by them to have fouled shall be ruled out of the race. 8. Whenever the judges shall direct a race to be rowed over, any boat refusing so to row shall be considered beaten. 9. The decision of the judges will be final. Each boat and crew must be provided with a distinguishing color. No person will be allowed on the judges stand except by special permission of the committee. Fbank Bbown, J. G. Spinckr, W. L. Wilcox, Chas. B. Wilson V Committee W. M. Giffabi, Secretary Approved: R. F. Bickebtox, Commodore. Band Concert. The Royal Hawaiian Band will give a con cert at Emma Square this evening at 7:30, in honor of the Emperor William's birth day. The following is the programme : PART I. March. " Emperor William " Berger Overture, Berlin Life ". . Courad Quadrille, "German Song " Strauss Medley, "Gems of Germany" Kuhner " Lipolipo ka Wai o Eleile." PART II. Selection, " Beggar Student " Millocker March, " Tnnnhauucr " Wagner Gavotte, "Emperor's Cornflowers".. Morley Fantasia, "German Melodies" Sievert "Watch on the Rhine." " Hawai Ponoi," Mr. Thomas Nagle. No. 100 Elk street, Buffalo, State of New York, U. S. A., would be glad to receive any information regard ing his brother, Michael Nagle, who came to these islands eight years ago. Anyone who has any knowledge of Mr. Michael Nagle can send direct to his brother or to the Roman Catholic mission in this city. While Mr. Kealoua Kalaehao was at the Music Hall last Friday night, some one en tered his home at Kapulawa and carried off a trunk in which was $90 in silver. Xew Buildfnsf for the -'PaeiOc Com mercial Advertiser." Mr. George W. Lincoln, the well-known architect and builder, has taken the contract for a new building for the Pacii ic Commer cial Advertiser Company. The building will be located on Merchant street, a few feet east of Fort street, adjoining Police Justice Eickcrton's office. Work upon it Las commenced. ' The structure will be two storys in height. , measuring on the ground 36 feet front and 51 feet in depth. The first 6tory will be 15 . feet high in the clear, and the second story j 11 feat high to the roof. The windows in , the first story have 12 x 16 inch lights, those in the second story 10 x 14 inch lights. On the ground floor in front there will be three windows, and a sash-door 3 feet 6 inches wide ; in the second story four windows. On each side there will be ten windows five on each floor ; and at the back tke same arrangement of doors and windows as in front. An alley-way 10 feet wide on the Fort street side of the building gives access to the side and rear. There will be a wide double-door in this side of the building on the ground floor, through which to deliver stock and bulky articles. At the back of the building there will be a lean-to roof covering a space 20 feet wide, and beneath it ill be placed the boiler for the steam-engine, a store of coal, a space for extra paper stock and other conveniences. The whole building will be covered with corrugated iron, with ventilating space. Inside the building there will be a plat form staircase with steps of 7 inches rise leading to the second floor, and broken half way up by a landing 4 feet wide. The ground timbers.jjnderpinning and cills are made of extra strength, and the whole structure will be thoroughly braced throughout. The presses and newspaper composing room will be on the first floor. In front, near the main entrance, will be the manager's and business office, while the editorial rooms and job compositors will be on the second floor. The building has been designed so as to meet the increasing requirements of the P. C. Advertiser Company's business. When completed it will be by far the best equipped newspaper and job office in the kingdom. Under the personal supervision of Mr. Lin coln, and the energetic direction of his fore man, Mr. Jay Green, the new premises will soon be ready for occupancy. It may be mentioned here that Mr. Lin coln has taken the precaution to whitewash the ends of the piles of timber he has been obliged to place temporarily on the sidewalk on Merchant street, in order that theymay be seen by passers-by after dark. . i LOCAL AND GENERAL. Special attention is called to Messrs. G. W. Macfarlane & Co.'s full page advertise ment in to-day's supplement, announcing the opening and display of fancy goods, etc, jHst received from London and Taris. The post mortem examination held by Dr. Brodie, V. S., on the body of the stallion Donald Dinnie, showed that the horse died of inflammation of the bowels. induced by gorging himself with rice hulls. The following were amongst the arrivals at the hotel on Saturday and S unday last From Hilo, J. A, Scott. From Kauai, Mrs. Knudsen, and Misses Ida and Maud Knud sen. George G. Gay and son and Miss Gay, F. Burdholtz and Z. S. Spaulding. The piece of sidewalk n Fort street be tween the Campbell block and the I. O. O. F. building is covered with water after every shower. It would be an easy matter to raise the grade of the walk there to the level of the adjoining pieces, and mako the present mud-hole a dry pave. In honor of the Emperor William's birth day yesterday, the Consular and Diplomatic Corps, as well as the public buildings and the residences of German citizens, dis played their flags. This evening a concert will be given by the Royal Hawaiian Band, the programme including German patriotic airs and selections from German operas. Two Sunlike IMauets. Mr. R. A. Proctor, in an article in Longman1 s Magazine for January, says: Mr. Todd of Adelaide, Government Ob server for South Australia, in response to a suggestion of Sir George Airy's, devoted special attention for many years to the movements of the satellites of Jupiter, timing them carefully a3 they entered on the planet's face, or passed off, or hid be hind one side of Jupiter's disc, or reap peared on the other side. While engaged on such work Mr. Todd has on four ecca- sions seen a satellite of Jupiter when on the further side of the planet, and so situated that were the planet opaque to its very edge the satellite would be just invisible, its unseen surface lying just inside (but touching, in the optical sense) the outer edge of the planet. On each occasion Mr. Todd's observation was con firmed by his assistant, nearly as skillful an observer as himself. The instrument employed was a fine eight-inch telescope by Cooke of York. The circumstances were on each occasion most favorable for distinct vision, and in the singularly fine air of South Australia an eight-inch tele scope, in good observing weather, would do better than a twelve-inch or even a fifteen-inch telescope in our own hazy air. Now, it may be easily calculated that to see the whole disc of a globe. 2,000 miles in diameter, within the apparent outline of a globe 80,000 miles in diame ter, the smaller being at the time on the further side, the line of sight must pass (in order to reach the innermost edge of the smaller globe) through no less than 25,000 miles of the substance, whatever it may be, forming the outer part of the larger planet. A cloud-strewn region, then, we certainly have, since Mr. Todd and hi3 assistant could not possibly look through 23,000 miles of solid matter. The Chief of the Ojibway tribe of In dians has arrived in London. He is an ordained clergyman of the Church of Eng land, and has been a missionary of the Colonial and Continental Church Society for over twenty-oue years. The Chiefs name is Ru Henry Pahtahquahong Chase. JIdt'cHisemnttsi. TROYALm.-if XJ Ill io(ATV7flpn(Gj Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wholesomcness. More economical thaa the ordinary kinds , and cannot be sold in com petition with the multitude of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only d CAKS. BCYAU B-UUXJ F0WDK& Co.. 100 V. TL 230 tf "COIIDON ROUGE" WWW' EXTRA DRV &VER2E11AV: PORIAIIOlHol 84423 V0- G. W. MACFARLANE & CO., Cor.?Fortg& QucenjjSts., HONOLULU, II. I. Mole AjjenlH tor till Favorite Brand ot OH V MPAGNE. 469 tf fe W F.M. SCHENCK, rATK OF THE PALACE HOTEL, SAN FRAN . C1WCO, will open a Barber's Shop at No. 84 King isireet, in the rear of J. V. Hineley's near and soda stand, Saturday,-February 14th. 5'j'j-mar24 A SELECT STOCK. THE LATEST YET. Xo thin- Like Tills In tlie Market HJCall antl Examine for Yourself. The steamer MA.RIPOSA, 59 On her last trip, brought to these Islands the best selected stock of Ladies', Children's and Men's ware in the BOOT, SHOE -AND- SLIPPER Line ever brought lo this market. MR. P. McINERNY Will open on Saturday, March 21st, a store next to Lycan & Co.'s, Fort street, where the above stock can be seen. Tills Iarg;e stork nas been selected with great care mid bonjrlit FOR CASH, And will le sold at living; rates. Everything: that belon&s to a first- class Boot aud Shoe .Store can be found here. eSyitemember the place: Fort st., next iloor to Lycan & Co. P. McINERNY. mar20-l tf P. P. GKAY, M.D., IIIYSICIAX AI SIRUEOX, Oflice next door to the HONOLULU LIBRARY, 9 to 10 A.M. 2 to 4 P.M. r 4a 8 P.M. Office Hocrs Sundays 9 to 11 A.M. RESIDENCE Cor. Kinau and Penaeola Sis. 531 myl7 G. W. MACFARLANE & CO., Cor. Fort & Queen Sts., HONOLULU, H. I. Sole Agents for tbis Favorite Braiut of CHAMPAGNE. 475tf& PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser STEAM BOOK AND JOB PEINTING OFFICE Is prepared to do all kinds of Commercial & Legal Work CORRECTLY AND WITH DISPATCH. Haying just Received a Complete andNew Assortment of Job Types and Ornaments Of the Latest Styles, from the most Cele brated Foundries of the United States, and employing only Experienced and Tasty Workmen, we are preparod to turn out Letter Heads. Bill Heads, Circulars, o( Heads, Statements, Kills of Lading-. Contracts, Mortgage Blanks, Leases, Shipping Contracts,' Jin Hawaiian A English) Calendars.! Blank Checks, Bonds. Stock Certificates, Bnsiness'Cards. 9f eal Checks, MilkiTickets, Bank Checks, Orders, Receipts, Marriage Certificates, Diplomas, Catalogues, Blotting Pads. Druggists Labels, Envelopes, Shipping Receipts, Ball Programmes, Theatre Programmes, And in fact everything ivhich a First' Class OJfice oan do. P P. A M Wmihm It v ilt uuu liimiiiii uuivvi E. C. Macfcirlano & Co., Proprietors. J. C. BENNETT & BARNARD'S I ' Ffeneh Kid Opera Slipper, LXV. H J. C. Bennett &t Barnard s Lad.ti' Scollop-Foxed EdJO", Hnd-Sewed Turn. gnkrri ism cats. Beautiful Homesteads By order of HESKY K. MACFAKUXE, E?Q., I will offer &t Public Auction, Saturday, March 28tli, At 12 o'clock, noon, at mr Sulesrootn, UNLESS PREVIOUSLY DISPOSED OF AT PRIVATE SALE. Those Splendid Lots on the Corner f Beretanla and Pllkol Sts. Subdivided ai follows into House Lota, and at the following upset prices; from which there can be no variation: Lot 1100 feet by 150 feet, Beretania Street. Upset price, $1500. Lot 2 100 feet by 150 feet, Kinau Street. Upset price, $1200. Lot 3 100 feet by 150 feet, Beretania Street. Upset price, $1400. Lot 4100 feet by 150 feet, Kinau Street. Upset price, $1100. Lot 5100 feet by 150 feet. Beretania Street. Upset price, $1400. Lot.6 100 feet by 150 feet, Kinau Street. - Upset price, $1100. Lot 7100 feat by S00 feet, with the build ings thereon. Upset price, $2400. Lot 8100 feet bv 150 feet, Beretania Street. Upset priee, $1250. Lot 9100 feet by 150 feet. Young Street. Upset Price, $900. Lot.10 100 feet by 150 feet, Beretania Street. Upset price, $1250. Lot 11 100feet by 150 feet, YoungJ Street. Upset price, $900. The upper lots were purchased by Mr. Macfarlane for a residence, and for the pur pose of improvement, it has had great care and cultivation, so that at present it is well covered by a large variety of trees, as well as a choice collection of plants and flowers, all in bloom. Among the fruit and shade trees will be found the Traveler's Tree, the Royal Palm, the Wine Palm, the Lemon Tree, the Fan Palm, the Cocoanut, the Japanese Orange, the Ponciana Kegia, the Mandarin Orange, the Fig Tree, the Alligator Pear, the Alger oba and others. - In Roses and Flowers there are a great variety, which must be seen to be appreciated. Water pipes are laid on in each of Lots Noa. 1 to 7, inclusive, and 50 feet of hose will reach any part of them. These lots are situated just in the centre of the Kalaokahua Plains, on the principal street leading from Honolulu, and are within twenty - minutes' walk from town, as well as being upon the omnibus route to Punahou. I shalljoffer them 'on very favorable terms for purchasers, namely: One-Fourth Cash, and balance in equal payments of one, two, three and four years, with interest at 1 per cent, secured by mortgage. This division of payments, and low rates of interest, allows one for a comparatively small sum annually paid for four years, to become the owner of a beautiful homestead lot. Parties desiring lots must make early ap plication, as we shall sell at private sale to those who first apply. Plans of the property can b seen at my office Deeds at Purchasers Expense, E. P, AD AXIS, 509 mar23 Auctioneer., IMarch.aiit Has TO SMOKE. Lone Jack, Perlectlon, And Golden Gate, TO CHEW, Horse Head, Pace's .Private Stock. And Hancock's Choice. And he is willing to part v?lth a share of the above to hia friends (as a special favor) at reason able prices. FORT STREET EMPORIUM- . i15 U GRAHAM PAPER COMPANY, St. Louis, MO. Manufacture and Supply all kinds of Book. XewN, Flat and lJbel Papers, Binders' Boards, Tniues, Etc. W. G. RICHARDSON, RESIDENT AGEI7T, 205 LeidesdortT Street. Telephone No. 47. SAN FRANCISCO. X. B.Special Attention given to Large Contracts. 474 tl&w Notice to the Public. I have received, by the steamer "ALAMEDA," My usual assortment of Ladles, Misses aud CbilUrens Boots, Shoes and Slippers, Which are now open for inspection and sale. It is not necessary for me to praise up the goods, as the Ladies of these Islands will, one and all, bear testimony to their excel lent qualities. I do not throw out any foolish inducements to the public, such as "Great Reduction in rrices," "Selling off at Cost," "Great Clearing Sales," etc. I offer first-class goods as low as the same class of goods can or will be sold. M. McINERNY. 572-mar31 jSXoney to Loan ON GOOli rnorERTY SECURITY, HTOCXSJ Bonds, etc. Aprly to M. THOMPSON, Attorney-t-lAW, Cor. Fort and Merchant SU., Honolulu, II. I. 63!lt Wanted to Purchase, BY J. M. OAT, JE., & CO., The following No.'s of the Pally Bulletin: April 30, 1SS4. Aug. 3, 1SS4. Jan. 31, 18S3. Sept. 18, 1SS3. Sept. 23, 1S63. Oct. 23, 1SS3. Oct. 25, 1833. Oct. SO, 18S3. Oct. 31, 1883. Not. 1, 18S3. Dec. 5, 1SS3. Dec. 23, 1SS2. 4 lw OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. 2 THE NEW AND ELEGANT RTEAVSHIP8 'MARIPOSA' & 'ALAMEDA Will leave Honolulu and San Franclacoon the FIRST and FIFTEENTH Of each montn. PASSENGERS may havs their names booked In advance by applying at the ottice" of the A tent. PASSENGERS by this line are hereby notified that they wUl be allowed 250 pounds of barrage FREE by the Overland Railway when traveling East. uTfimsmv TrrKFTS for round trip, .125. Good to return by any of the Company's ateamera within ninety days. MERCHANDISE Intended for shipment by this Ine will be received free of charge, In the Com pany'a new warehouse, and receipt Uttued for same. Insurance on merchandise In the w ouse will be at owners' risk. WILLIAM J. IltWIJf A CO., 3S4.U PACIFIC-MAIL STEAMSHIP .CO TIME T.A PACIFIC MAIL S.S.C0. For San Francisco Australia. On or about April 13 For Auckland and Sydney t Zealundla ...On or about March 21 393-tfwtf Stallions at MarsliMl. ! General! Garfield- Terms, 10 I 1st dam, Queen, by Norfolk; 2nd for J-dam Duces, by liulwer. the Season. I SFor extended pedigree tee ( Bruce's Stud Rook, 3rd volume. Xangford, Jr-" Terms, 10 for the Season. Payable at time of Service. By Langforrt, be by Belmont. 1st dam Flora, by Cosmo; 2nd dam, Fannv Ilnrner. bv Grey Eagle: 3rd fdam, Julia Ann, by Medoc; 4th dam, by Imp. Engle; 6th dam, by Gullltao, etc., etc. For further particulars apply to E. R. MIXES, Or C. W. MACFARLAITE. HAWAIIAN HOTEL NTAHLEN. 402 tf UNION FEED CO,, Queen Jt Edinburgh Street, WHOLESALE ItltTAJL . Dealers I)J HAY AXI KAIIV, Telephone No. 175. Goods delivered promptly. Island Onlrrs Solicited. 361U Udiet' French Kid Cdson Patent Stay, . Hnd.-Swl Turn. J. C. EENNETT & BARNARD'S LW;' Rgnt Silppfr. 5