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FORT OF HONOLULU, H. I.
ai:i:i v.vi.s. Wi i-msdw, .Mar. L'7. Knval T.tr, Powers, :', tlav from P.r , Tahiti. 1 1 1 1 r Km in. I.i ircnzcn Hawaii. fr uii M ini ami Mmr (' K HMu-ii, U- Cl.,irt ahu. I ri.in ci n uit N lir Mk.uu!a l'nni Ivva. .(hi:. IM.I-A KTI Ki:s. V kim -i..y. Mar. 27. Sttnr Ev:i i"..r liwa. Haw M-hr Heeia. R.enhi;i. for (Jill-ort I xlarul.. .-m h r Mile Morris f,.r K..Iau. N hr Kawailani t'ir Km.iii. Slir Mary P 1'eMer fur Waianao. Vessfl I.i ih mi; To-:lay J 1 1 1 1 r Ka.iia. I n!ef". mxi, aii'l Wai 1 1 1 . n . at a in. 1 n i r ; 11 I : i f i . 1 1 , I.e 'lain for Waialua , for Kapaa, Atu i.k Al-U-ii I '.eve, (,'ou-in, for San i- raiici -c o. l'.rlik V.-!m( ;ty. Martin, for lluw'kimx i'SHI'li In l'ort from Kon-iim Porta I S S Alert, ireen, Hawaii. II It M S ( 'orniorant . Nic.lK Kauai. bk Al.len l'.e-e, 'o(iin. S;m j 'ram i-co. Am Mis pkt Murnin.ir star, larlaml, S I. Hk Velocity. Martin. 1 lonLon". lrtne V ( i Irwin, M( Culi.x h, S. F. bk (' I) llryant. Lee, S.m l-'ranei-eo. Nor 15k Victoria, ISorre-en. Newca-tlr. Fr hk Iton. liefrtiier. 1 1 on?ki mr. J!rit hk J loyal Tar, bowers, Tahiti. -elM Kxih'ck trniii I i iu Ves.si-ls. Wlif th trouj. S S rm.itilla San Francbco Schr.l 1 North San l-'ranci-co . Schr Ku-ario . . . . San I r.inei-i . Schr bla Schnauer..San Francix o. I'iiiIk, Due. April 7 Mar 1; Mar 'Jo Mar -JJ M ar ') -Mar ''.') Mar. 11 Mar'Jti Mar -'7 MarlM i K ' i lion i a I'k l'"oret u-en F.k .1 A Km- Lktne planter. . . . Tern F )) Sanders Tern Dora Uhihm 1 k t A in f ia lk 6 ' All. n Lktnc Sti Wilder J'k I-'umIimlt mi.'v i i . ... San 1 raneieo . .San 1- nmriM'ii. ..San 1'ra nci-co . . San 1'rain bco . San Francbco . . s.m Franei-eo. .San l 'raiieico . San I'rancico . San Fraii' i-co ..San Fian-i-co MarLT , .Mar 31 ! Mar -Jit ! Mar M Mi I' I iiomiio! San I 'ra nei i o i . i 1 1 il t'.v S S Zealandia San Franci.ci. April '.', iv i .i e.gei . . .. Newcastle Pkt ltohert Sudilen New atle. ilk Del. Melauie .. Newcastle, 15k Mazatlan New castle . Lk Mat' l'ryvasen. Newcastle, ifk (' l Kenney . . . . New ;.tle. l!k Newshoy Newcastle. Kk l'akwan Newcastle.. bktne.lohn Smith Newcastle.. lk li.uii'.'i Liverpool.. Hr bk ltoval Alice Li vei i ol . . iri- I I. i ... v .Mar 1.) . . 1. h la ...Mar :;o . . . Mar .",1 . . April 1 . April in . .A m il !'i i . .April 10 .April 1 " . Aug 'Jo .. May 21 . . . Mar LV . . .Mar . May I . . July" :.." .April L'.r . . .May 4 . . April!! icnr i numpli . . . . l!kt tieo : Ferkin Lk i N Wilcox . . P.k Keutsdiland. . bk J ainaic.i . Victoria . Mexico Ih elneil . . . Frcm'cn (!lagow. Sli Paul l-enher;;. .y i la -uri iw. II M S S A lame, la . Colonies . , Daily Kceei ptM of Produce. Hii'..r. Ua:,'.s rioe. 3Ii. pkgs. Minr kinau. ... .... StmrFU bishop pj-jo .Hit tichr Mokuola L'70 si rassi;s(ii;i:s. AUK IV. M.S. From Maui and Hawaii, per strnr Kinau, Mar 27 His F.xcellency .lona Austin, (1 A P.eelo, A T Atkinson; W Davis, Miss H Pa nee, C Y Aiona, 11 P. Lewis. II F Aus tin, MrsOili, A liramherg, .1 MeAmlrews, V McKennan. .Master J u linirham, tie.. C Williams, Miss 1 1 Kapela,' M Ynma shita, Mrs A K Kl.Iredge, Win berlowitz, J Picknell, jr, Mr Akui and wife, T K Mc Donald. Hon W II Daniels, Sam Decker, J K Ward, Mrs .1 Harrison and daughter, und SG deck passengers. From a circuit ol o.thu, per strnr C 11 Pishftp, Mar 2) Jas (iay, Miss s-orenson, 10 Hawaiians, ! lepers," and 'M dev k pas-M-ngt-rs. sIIiri'INti MliKS. The bark lion is at brewer's wharf. The steamer .lames Makee i.s due this morning from Kapaa. The Pritidi hark Velocity. Captain Mar tin, sails to-day with Chinese passengers for i longkong. The schooner Heeia, Captain Posenhil', sailed March 27th for the iilhert J roti i on a trading voyage, to he ahsent tliree months. The American hark Alden I!ese, Cap tain F. F. Cousins, sails this afternoon for San Francisco with l,2d tons sugar and rice and ahout .' passengers. The brigintine W. 1. Irwin will come alongside (he Oceanic Steamship Com pany's wharf t receive sugar, and is ex- I.ected to sail early next week for San 'r.uicisco. The .steamer Kinau arrived early March 27th from w indw ard ports w ith tU2s bag sugar, b7 hags potatoes, 2' hags corn. 2d 1igs,an l 17") packages sundries. She will eaye again next Friday afternoon. The Irilish bark Poval T.ir, Captain liowers, was ancho:ed oll'port March 27th, with ahout tons coal to ship's account from Ncwca-'.le via Tahiti, and was ,'52. lays from tiie latter plaiv. Tiie captain wishes to Ibid a purchaser for hi-coai, which no tlouht he will t'md to-. lay. Pilot Shep lard went out and assisted the captain anchoring his vc-m 1. The steamer C. II. Pi-hop arrived on "Wednesday t'i''uu Koo'..u and Waialua with l,2'U h;.gs sugar, '.':) hags rice and ."' bags liran. ."-lie lease- ;tt o'clock this afternoon for Kap ia, taking the steamer James Makee's route for one week, while the latter ve-- I w iil le laid up to receive a new windlass and a -team-winch. POLICE COURT. An I'liu-ual Tongue I nt rod need I.iilit Pocket. Palaile was fined :' for drunkenness on Wednesday. Henri Pregon pleaded not guilty to the t-harge of assault and batteiy on Denis Sala. Pierre Jones was sworn as French interpreter. Sala said defendant came up and struck him without a word. He "was a sailor, and Pregon carpenter on the Trench bark Iton. Defendant being found guilty was lined 1 1 oi including costs, Awa (k.) and Pu.ioliwa (w), adultery, sentence was suspended and defendants returning to Court later with a marriage licence were discharged. Palaile was accused of assault and bat tery o:i a police o'li- er. Percy L. Par tington volunteered evidence that de fendant struck the otlicer repeatedly. The defendant was remanded till to-day ut request of the prosecution. CIVM. CASKS. Lee Chun Moy confessed judgment for $3.") and costs a the suit of So Vong. The following - ases were continued: Keleialii vs. Kekuawela, (Mert vs. Mel ville, Kan Wing Chou vs. Wong Lung, till -Oth ; Apana vs. Luha,tii! moved on. The Jiji Shimpo says that the authorities in Japan have prohib ited public speaking by foreigners outsido the treaty limits of the for eign settlements." This action was brought about by a couple of mis sionaries attempting to deliver ad dresses iu a theatre in Xagaoka, 1'chigo. LOCAL AND GENERAL. Nobody was arrestl vestenlav. Puttercujt.s run I.e ha 1 in now. li .'iio.u.u Ii 'i eounsel ill the J iY;i':t ue will he rii;ile th, C. McLennan ami tit-.;. ('. WiT II. .waii, re-i,iered at the li..t.-l v liv. .mi', .-!. Th in' month v t ine- m. ..t;.-, th th:- a. m. l .. A. uih hci,i evening. at About L'oO Portuguese have migrated from L;uipahoehoe to Sprei keT.ville plantation. i; ov. Ste.-hen L. De-ha. of ICoi.a 1, . :i -"pteil a call to the pastorate of Haiii Church, Uilo. Mrs. XV. W. (Joodale and Miss Lilv ,. Lou left Hi!,, t'nrsan I'rancico, March Sth, on the bri- Lurline. Tin; M. C. A. sin-ii;' class meets as I' r- now ai :.in iristeal ot m, meriy. lins is it; e verntiL'. Th ho inorithl v intetiii'' the V U T. (. will be'heM at the V. M. C. A hall at .'j o'clock this afternoon. A Chinaman was taken to the Queen's Hospital on Tuesday, with Ids face ha. 11 v burnt by a b!a-t of giant powder. A base ball match will be played at Makiki grounds on Saturday between lolani College and Kamehaineha boys. Mr. K. XV. Laine is timekeeper and paymaster on the Hilo Volcano road, and Mr. J. IK Marlin supeiintends con struction. Thomas Nott, carpenter, wishes it stated that he is not the person whose name appeare d in the Police Coi'rt record of Monday. j At tin; mei-lingof tlie Debating S j cietv this evening tlu Sunday law will he (liscu-sed, w hether or not it should be repealed. Mr. Wichmann. jeweler, is not going away as he iiad inti-n.U'd, having bought out his partner, .Mr. (domes, instead of selling out to him. v A letter from Mr. Maby, keeper of the Volcano Ib.ue, to the Wilder Steam ship Company, reports increased activity in the volcano. Mr. Huntsman has been appointed Principal of the (Government school at Ifakalau, Hawaii. He is one of the re cently arrived teachers from America. Mr. Harry Williams has his name at the head of the furniture, business form erly conducted by his father, Mr. C. K. Williams, the sign now reading, "II. II . Williams & Co." Messrs. Theo. H. Davies & Co. an nounce their sole agency in these Islands for Ohlendot li"s fertilizers, ami are pre pared to give all need d information re garding the dilT'erent. varieties. A great rattle of drums down town last night was traceable to the Kaniehameha (i third's Armory, where Drum Major W. C. King was patiently instructing the members of the new drum corps. The seventh organ recital at Ivauma kapili Church will be given 1 Yiday eveiung of next week. Assistance will be given by the Kaniehameha School chorus. Miss Patch, ami .Mr. Paul Isen berg, Jr. Princess Kaiulaniuill leave for Eng land in May, in charge of Mrs. T. K. Walker, and will be accompanied by Miss Annie Cleghorn. The young Prin cess will old o'n a governess in Filmland, and on returning will visit the principal cities of the Cnited States. The bark Royal Tar brings word that the V. S. llagship Trenton ai rived at Tahiti, February 22d, from Panama, en route to Samoa, whence she would sail after coaling. The paymaster's clerk died of yellow fever two ilays out from Panama, and the Trenton was put in quarantine at Tahiti for live days. Mr. David Dotidas and Miss Alice Mc (lowan will be married by the Key. Dr. bockwith,at the residence of the bride's mother this evening. A beautiful wed ding cake lias been made for the occa sion at the Elite bakery. It is built and decorated in sort of parod.i style, the crow ning ornament being the figure of a vase of ro.-cs. RHVMIiS FOIl TIIK Tir.irs. I heard a gory warrior shriek Beware! I come! The Greek! Greek ! In spite of cod and Boston beans, I'll knock you into smithereens. The people said, why all t'ds fuss? Explain to us why this is thus. If you intend some fun to poke, Just tell us w herein lies the joke. And then I saw a " conclave" gay, Their thumbs upon their noses lay, And wag their lingers in the air, Declining stubbornly to scare. The .Address on I'lij -ic.il Culture. Prof. W.T. Biigham, a gentleman who I has devoted long years to physical cul i fnre. '.ive a verv practical talk on that j subject to the students of Oahu College j yesterday afternoon. His words were j i eagerly absorbed by the boys, who are j : likelv to benefit therefrom. They will ! i douhtU ss endeavor to put tne 1 rot ess- -r s into pnetiee and thus imj ri'Vo lesson. their physical development. Prof. Biig ham -poke for nearly thirty-five minutes, conveying practical information regard ing the fundamental principles of physi cal training. His talk was espccial'v appreciated by the members of the Athletic Club. " A 3Iuie.-iI Tre.-isuie. Mr. Schmidt, violinist, has discovered at the shop, of Mr. Wm. Miller, cabinet maker, a genuine Slra li vari'ii- violin, learmg the name of that rated violin maker of Crem na, Italy, and the date lTL'i. Si t a iivari-.is died in 17. )7, or twenty-four years after this instrument was manufactured. Mr. Schmidt will use this instrument , the vaiue of which is about one thousand dollars, in hi: at the Anon concert this evening. si'i:ci.i. m -lM.ss in-:!s. j'.uttereuiia ! A dohtrhtful candy, fresh every day Hart .V Co.. Candy Factory. at DAILY PACIFIC C0313IEKCJLAJjADV EKTISEK, 31AKCIL 28. KOHALA LETTKIi. ATTEMPTED LIURDEPw JAPANESE. BY ivy lln-es Tiie Work -.f C m i 1 Kaliiinax mill their Work lCw!.l, I in r itoUM'. ! i:it .'NIC V.UiAKIKS. A series of rive or six am-Units to ; Vfliieies in. this district within the lat j three months reminds one of the state j lnetit that has been made, that more j lives are lost with the use of the hor.-e as a tie live power than with .-team. i i lo J'id'e tioin she treijuent mention ' : the papers make c.f runaways in Ho:;o- fu!;i, Xi hala has n t been specially! j I viVited with such accidents, anil fortu nately tiie damage has in must cases ex tended only to the vehicle, and nut to its occu; ants. The average horse seems to be en dowed out of all proportion with the fa.-ulty of imagination. In his frantic tll .u ts to escape from fancied angels with drawn swords, he ireiierallv succeeds in j raising the fallen one with sun-burnt i visage and l.a!ed tail, with most dis astrous re.-ubs to the outtit that trails behind hi an (that is behind the horse). It i.s but justice, however, to say that for two of tiie above-named accidents the horse was in no wise responsible. VAMIol'S IT F.MS. A (b rnian girl, perhaps ten years of age, was knocked down a few days ago ly a cross cow and sadly injured about the fact'. The circumstances, attending the case caused some fee liny; of indigna tion in the community. A tilth engagement has been an nounced, and the question now is will the little master of the bow-and-arrow lake himself oil' to other fields, or con tinue to sport here as long as there is game to be found ? The weather continues extremely dry. Cane has suffered materially, and if rain does not come soon, not much of u crop can be counted on next year. Tin; K A II I'X.V Ut'.-INKSS. The last Gazkttk had something to say about the pernicious work of the native kahunas, or sorceiers. It seems that one of these evil geniuses has been industriou-ly warning the natives not to get medicines from the resident physi cian, alleging that he mixes therein ir redients expressly intended to develop lepiosv. As the native Hawaiian is too frequently ready to trust a foe, while lie isequally ready to distrust, if he does not actually kick his friend, it needs no say ing that the kahuna's warnings have been to some extent heeded, while the kanaka, with beautiful inconsistency, turns a deaf ear to the warnings of his friends, exposes himself recklessly and habitually to the dangers of contagion with the dread disease, and cries out against the etforts that .ire being made to stamp it out declaring, against the evidence of his own senses, the belief that the white man wishes to exterminate the native, and is aiming only for that end. ATTKMI'TKI) Ml'KDKK. About S p. in. on Friday, two Japan ese, from the Star Mili, went with cane knives to the lonely house of a Chinese vegetable gardener in a ravine about half a mile mauka. After some parley ing, ami failing to induce him by a ruse to put his head through the noose of a rope, they began to dickei for a cabbage. On the Chinaman's taking out his wallet for change, one of them snatched it, and then they laid into him with their knives, cutting one hand entirely through, and several gashes about the head. He managed to escape, leaving a part of his shut in their hands, and pre sented himself at the native pastor's house, not far distant, in a frightful con dition. The doctor was immediately summoned to dress the wound. His assailants went to work the next day, but when the whole gang of some forty or i lore Japanese were brought be fore the Chinaman for identification, he spotted two of them without any hesita tion, and they were immediately put in irons. He had previously declared that he knew the men and could identify them. Their case has been postponed to await the arrival of Sheriff Hitchcock and the Japanese Inspector. IHUJ) KOISHEUY. While a Chinese family living at I la in va were gone to church on Sunday, I Iln.il lutii.i 'is: . .t i t ii . 1 iin.l miU'iril i if ! i'od, tied in old rars and hidden between the bedding, was stolen. Suspicion rested on a friend who frequented the house, bad seen the money put there, and been seen there during church time, lie was charged with the theft, but denied the imputation, and there the matter seems to have been dropped. Kohala, Mar 2.", ISS'J. . . Cciu ZUwcrttscnicnts. XOTICii. A SPECIAL MKETINi; OF TIIE tockh.ilders of Ihe Peonies' lie A: Refrigerator Co. will he held on FRIDAY, March !--!, at 1 o'clock p. m. at the Company's cilice. W. E. FOSTER. 7g-t I Secretary P. I. A: R. Co. HONOLULU ARIOX TiiL'ii? "av Evening, March 28, O CiOCiC, Grniid Co li c e i t At the Ari.ni Hail, assisted hv rii-s. .1. r. r.i.wier, .'lis- I'. Nolle, Ie-r-. II. IJerfr'!-. .1. Il(,:.-ts h. i:. M.iri', 'in. v.iin, i h. Srhuiiiit, and ; has. Thrower. , One Dollar Ticket iad of tie- Committee : il bKi:;i:n. i II. liiiKlLMK, vs . wi'LTi'.i'.s. O LET. 7J-td A LARiU: AM) Co.Vl-oRTAP.Li: Hoii-e mi l'unchhowd str.t, het. Palace Walk and Merctama street. Apply ti. iP.. J. S. MciiKHW, I'i-tf Hotel Street. I SUPREME COURT. Hearing at ( liamlier A Hauro Sitting -The V. 1. lirjant I.iJ.tl. WIl.I. OK SIMON HVKIK AsIi.K. Pefuie Chief Ju-iiee Judd, 0:1 Wed nesday, was heard the petition of XV. L. Green for jTobate of will of late Simon , llaidcastle, and that letters testamentary 1 be issued to himself and Alex. Younr as ; executors named in the will. The hear-! in.: was continued for further hearing, to j allow time to produce evidence as to who j has had custodv of the will. Cecil Pruwn j Jepresenteu tne petitioner. I'liOl-KKTV KKilirs OF WoMICX. The Court sat in banco yesterday. Present: Chief .Justice Judd, Associate Justices McCullv. Dickerton and Dole. The Chief Justice announced, in sher- m m vs. Harrison, that they had come acru.-s a po-iton which they thought should have been taken under the second exception whether, if Mrs. Sherman's husband were alive when the suit was brought, she could bring suit, the monev being personal property at the time when she sold the property to Philip Milton, and received the money. Cecil Prown, lor the appellants, argued that the money at that time became per sonal property, and was the absolu'e property of the husband if alive, and if dead she would have 'to sue as his ad ministratrix, unless she could show that the money was donated to her, or that she sued as trustee ; otherwise, she had no suit, the nature of the property beinj changed. After argument for the plaintiff by A S. Hart well, the matter was submitted. A Ql'KSTION OF PKCKEES. In the case of J. P. Parker et al. vs A. J. Cartwright et al., in which a ma jorPy of the Court reversed the decree of Mr. Justice Dole ior the plaintills, the suhject ot a decree m accordance with. that banco decision was presented to the Court in banco. Mr. Hart well read the following mo tion of plaintills for a modified decree: "The plaintiffs move the Court here to grant them such relief herein as is appropriate to the case as the same an pears to this Court, namely, to require the uetendant trustee to give to the plaintills the preference over the said Kahua Ranch. Company in respect of the leasing of the premises in question, and to oiler the same to the plaintiffs at the same rental, and to require the said Kahua Ranch Company's lease to be suspended and held subject to the ac ceptance by the plaintiffs of such olTer." Mr. Smith read a form of decree which should follow in the case, and argued that the plaintills.' motion should be denied. Mr. Brown submitted tha, under the pleadings, the motion could not be granted. The matter was taken under advise ment. THE ADMIRALTY COURT. Air. Justice Preston presided over the Admiralty Division of the Supreme Court, yesterday, to hear the libel of the Hawaiian Government vs. The Bark C. D. Bryant. Attorney-General C. XV. Ashford prosecuted, and Hon. Paul Neumann conducted the defense. The iu-aring occupied the day, from 10 o'clock j till4.o(), and was adjourned for argu-j ment until 10 o clock this morning, ihe prosecution called F. Turrill, l'ort Sur veyor, John Goo 1, jr., Assistant Port Surveyor, and Edward Deversell of the Customs, and then rested. The defense called James Lyle, Thomas Sorenson and Capt. E. P. Cousins for expert testi mony, and Capt. J.Lee, master and part owner of the C. D. Bryant, and rested. After which the prosecution called C. Johnson, superintending mechanic of the I. 1. S. N. Co., and John Good, jr., in rebuttal. A piece of deck planking, w. ith false trenail heads und seam, was put in evidence. It was the discovery of this device and its removal by the l'ort Sur veyor w hich disclosed the stowage of the sixty tins of opium in the " lazarette" under the w heelhouse. Captain Lee was closely cross-examined by the prosecu tion, to ascertain his knowledge of the structure of different compartments of the vessel. The case turns on the ques tion of w hether secret places were con structed in the bark especially for the concealment of opium. Messrs. II. F. Glade and J.F. Hackfeld, of 11. Hack fv Id ix. Co., agents foi the vessel; lion. A. S. Cleghorn, Collector-General of Customs; Mr. F. A. Schaefer, members of the bar outside of the case, together with several seafaring men, were among the spectators at the hearing. WALTEK K. HITCHCOCK, Searcher of Records and Con veyancer, Oi i ice Honolulu Ha'e. Merchant, street. 71 lg'My DAVID li. SMITH, Manufacturers' Agent, Importer and Commission Merchant, No. 2s Merchant St.. : Honolulu. n.';--' -.:?-; m DliESSMAKLNG-. ipTvs. M. H. CAMPr.fdX HAS COMMENCED l the liusi iit-ss of Dressmaking, Cutting and lotting, at her r. 'i.ien.-e, No. 7'j B-ret.iiiia strf-et, opi.e.siU' the Hotel. The j ut rouajie of the ladiet: i.s respect; ally solicited. Satisfaction e tiara a toed. ss-tf J ly EEWAIJD 7N VIEW OF THE INCREASE OF incendiary tires of late, and for the bet ter protection of property interests a reward of Two Hundred Dollars ('J) will he paid to anyone giving such infor mation as will lead to the arrest and con viction of any person or persons guilty of incendiari-m in the City of Honolulu, ex cept in the case of Daniela and Kawaha, who have already confessed to complicity in four ditt'erent acts of incendiarism dur ing the past month. And a further reward of Fifty Dollar ($"0)wiil he paid for the arrest and con viction of any person or persons guilty of starting hu-Ji fires in the mountains of the I-land of Oahu. INt). II. SUPER, Marshal. Marshal's Office, Honolulu , Mar. 20, l--t. ;:i-tf R EAD TIIE DAILY ADVERTISER1 if y.u v;iiit tlio latent news. j -Advertisements. 0mM ftp sKl PiWlll Absolutely Pure. For quick raising, the Royal I3aki ng TowAt-r J- superior to all .). r leavening agents. It is ab solutely yure and wLolesoiue and of the hig!:. t leavening power. It ia always uniform iu strength an I quality and never faUs to make umsi 11W UUtrltlVe food, j bread, l.iscuifs, tuulhus, cake, etc., raised witli j Royal ISuking Powder may he e;teu l.o' withoi t ' distressing results to the most deiicate digestive ! organs. It will keep iu any climate without deterioration. Prof. H. A. Mott. V. S. Government Chemlnf after examining officially the principal baking powder- of the country, reported: "The Koval ISaliing Powder is absolutely pure, for I have so found it in manv tests made both for that company and the United States Govern ment. "because of the facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent upon the proper proportions of the same, and the met hod of its preparation, the Koyal liuking Powder is un doubtedly the purest and most reliable biking powder offered to the public. "Dr. liENKY A. MOTT. Th. 1) 5 K'21-ly l S. Government Chemist. Notice of Dissolution of Partnership. pi IK CO-PARTNERSHIP IIERKTO- tore existing between the undersigned at Pahala, Kan, Hawaii, under the rinu name of Hi Wall Chong ha this dav been dissolved by mutual consent. A hi and All Wah having sold their interest to Yuen Chong, who is alone authorized to receipt in liquidation. A II I . AH WAII, CHONG. Honolulu, March 15. lSsf). 53-2w Election of Officers. T TIIE ANNEAL MEETING OF the stooklioltirs if tlio I ' ,1 .1 ..' Xnr .C- .... . - 1 V . .V-J'.V - . V .V Refrigerator Co., held this day, the follow ing named persons were .elected as officers for the ensuing year: J. K. Wilder President W. W. Hall Vice-President W. E. Fo-ter Secretary XV. E. Wall Treasurer V. O. Smith Auditor The above named officers constitute a Board of Directors. XV. K. FOSTER. Secretary P. I. t 11. Co. March T, lS-!. 57-'-,w Cigars ! Cigarettes ! TOBACCO. Choice Lota Just Ueeelved by CUE. GEltTZ, Fort Street, 148-tf Pet Kinit and Merchant. JA 2VJ.ES CAETY Can b found next door to the P. C. A. Office, Merchant Street. Hacks Nos. 18, 37, GG, 75, 180 AND WAGONETTE 1 1 0. 1ST liell Teleihiei04, Mutual S90. 2o:i-tf MURRAY &. LANSIAN'S FLOEIDA WATER The Universal Perfume For the Toilet, the Bath and the Handkerchief. In view of the attempts made recently by some unscrupulous dealers, to foist upon the public a worthless imitation, bearing the general outward appearance of the genuine, we call attention to the dUtini'uihmK marks of the genuine Mlkray & Lanman FLORIDA WATER. F.ach bottle of the genuine ariicle be.'rs on it neck, the Trade M irk, which appears alongid this notice ; and on each leaf of the pamphlet, which is wrapped around it. appears in faint water mark letters the words LANMAN & KEMP, NEW YORK. If either Ie lacking reject the article a spuriouat. DOWNING & SCHMIDT Wholesale Agents San Francisco, Cal. h7?. or.-. f, .V 113 12tn-ly :SrJF ! V,.1 W i-l- t. T prt-)cnbe Hand Crr.tln - '5- T5onrititi.il cot fec-I safe in rfci'innier.d- Vf d onlj tb Jng- it to all suTc-rers. A.J. M0TR. l Uecatjr, in. IT. I C T.. $1.00. Sld lv I Tusrv'StS. HKNSOX, SMITH & UK. rii only iT5IIF!"2"lire W ni'.MK.DT .hat will cure MBES" B IISJkS ' Klnetri.it v. !R Pir.ncr: I IWI Ullhl i th only KLf.rTR'.c Tm in tne wnri.l. faiiiiniits mailed fre. ft. K. T. 'o. TO-1 Sc't St. Sua j-'rincm-o 'al. VS. si! mm 1880. Advertisements. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY, Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets, Honolulu, Haw ian Islands. GEXER AGENrrS, EXPERT ACCOI Js T A s T S VT ID COLLJCTOES, REAL ESTATE, FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS, IIOTSE, LOAN AND EXCHANGE BROKERS. o Departments Rooks am Accu nts accurately kept and properly adjusted. C.u.ircTioN.- will receive special attention and returns promptly made. CoNVKYAMl.N.i a M'KCIALTV. Record- searched and correct Ahst racts nf Titlo f n mid,..! i Lkhal Doci mkn rs anp l'.u't.us of every description carelullv drawn and handsomely j engrossed. j V."rYI Is!" AN1 Tkaxsi ati:,; hi all languages in general use in this Kingdom. j Real Estate hought and sold. Taxes pud aim Property safely insured. j lbu sks, Cottages, Rooms. oti(.-.s ami Land lea-ed and rented ."and rents collected. j I ike anp Like In.-i knck die ted in first-class In-urance Companies. i Ct sT.'M HuCsE IU sines.-tran-acted with accuracy and dispatch. . Loans Ni.uotiatep at I-'avokm i.e Rtes. Apvi urist mints anp Si u-eKi it ions soln ited for Puhli-hers. Skiii epand Fnskii.lep Lvia.n Ei knisuep. Ay Aktici.e Pi kch askp or .- .Id on commission. Intek-I.-i.anp Okpeks vi:l receive particular attention. ALL PUSINL'SS KNTRFSTFl) TO OCR CARE WILL RECF1VF. PR0M1T AND FAITHFUL ATTENTION AT MODERATE CHARGES. I laving had an extensive business experience for over twenty-five years in New York City and elsewhere, we feel coieivtent to attend to all business of an intricate and complicated nature, or requiting tact and discretion, and respectfully solicit a trial. HAW.vliAN I1FSINESS AGENCY. Pell Telephone No. 274. The Equitable Life Assurance Society OF THE TJjSri'PKD STATES. Stands First Ami tie Leading: Life Assurance Companies of tie Worli In Outstanding Assurance, in New Business, in Surplus, in Total Income, in Premium Income, in the annual Increase in Surplus and Assets, in the Percentage of Assets to Liabilities, and in all other Important Kespects. Assets. Dec. 31, 1887, Outstanding Assurance New ISusiness of Surplus (4 percent. Staudardi Increase in Surplus during the Year. Increase in Atmets during the Year. . . Total Income Premium Income Tercentage of Assets to Liabilities... A Careful Sfmly of (he above Prores Coiu'luxively that the Equitable Society i.s the most Profitable und Secure Life Assurance Company for intending Assurers. LJ:X. e. CARTWRIGHT, 00-tf CKXERAL A(JENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. CLUB " WHISKEY! 66 We hve just received a consignment of the Celebrated Canadian "Club" Whiskey ! And ofl'er tlio snnie for Sale In ZBoricL or Duty Paid. W. C. rEACOCK&Co. 91 11?.C-i)m HAVING TAKi:N STOCK, All Goods nt Gresitlv SPECIAL 15ARGAXJS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. IPESJI LOT DIAMOND DYE 1-tf Mclntyre & JBro., IMl'OKTKKS AI Q-2?oceries, F rar si otl and Feed? EAST CORNER FORT AND KINO STREETS. Mew Goods received by evry parKPt from the Kaiif-rri states nl Fsi rope reb Cftllforn' Prcduce by every steamer. All orders faitrif illy i.ttnifif.l to, end f joods 1ellvererl to y partof ttm city free of charge. Islacd orders solu-ited. t- :Ulr.tu fon cuarsuiped. Postofiioa Box o. 4 1C Telephone No. 8 ep:7 Pioneer Sliirt Factory, of Honolulu. aSo. 17 Emma Street. -o- The undersigned hes to Inform the pnhllc of these lulinda that he li it:kln5 Shirts by measurement. Directions for self-rntasuieui ot will be given on application. White Shirts, Over Shirts and Night Gowns. A flt guaranteed by inaklr lainple Shirt to every rUer. Island ordars aolirited. CUSTOM of .Business : -o- 19 12f0-tf 881,178.904 85. ..Si83r020,5fl2 .. 138,023,105 ltt.104.35ft 1.748.37 8.88.43 23.V40.84tt IU.115.77S 127 1- iL'EHS &d Co, ARE OFFERING Iteclucwl Trices. OF WEMNAKTS JUST RECEIVED A BLACK HOSE. DEALKKH IN M. MELLIS. 104 5 Mb