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uners and Adv riliers will please address,
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A i.,.vt.r for the.. slar'ay Press shmild he
eddr a ih. s1ltK.JAY PRiiSS I
Molli i ly
i. nntrest tran-uUina mi" "I 'cm inlglttjr funny, now all' over,
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I. lys be thankfully rwelved I
i spnndtnts are . unfed tn
rtu rrrninieai.ns, ,
ot , ' ti" -is-srll, bnt at a iruArantee
. 1 1 vi wr tor I arrlrtst In good fault.
APRIL ta, tana !
Ti inrira lajjn Kt'ortslrw, Is in ihe
i i inlking, pfttmlrrij, etc.
I -.ili'iotH tCrWtrlo, Svs-fll, Hit! ftnm tan
I- r j ii u, March jrtl, for Kahttlui.
it t m tern I J. M Villtms, liefnce, ar
vr i in Pott Tfiwnvml, March a.trtl.
rkcntlnj Bureka, I-ee, arrlvetl nl Sn
i. Match tint, from this KM.
I llrittoh iMtfc llirtnah la at 111 Pacific
I imshli Cn.'s Wharf tllscliart'lni'.
In i ttjr of Hyiln -y will lie tltie from the
i i in-Hiorrow, on route ttiSan I'fancitco.
I m-rican lank Caibiirien, Hubbard,
i arrived nl Sn Prandial, March 29th,
lt tetiiKlnp I iry of H)ilnc), Dcarlmrn,
11 Imnt sj'clnt). March 271b, for lliiaTjiori,
u V 1 isliiml.
Tin Atuericitn schooner Kosariti, Swift, ar
rive 1 it San rnnrcfaco, March ihth, 14 tlavs
ir 111 Kahului, Mattl.
'I hi. sieainliii ( "tty of Rio tie Janeiro, hence,
unveil at San frani-ise-fi, March 2jnl. Steamer
ealiimim, hence, nlo articl mine ln .
Tin- Mariposa fitrlveil list Tncwlay, from
inn I'lnntix-o, tin time. She will nail for
s n I rancisfo on next Tucsilav, at noon.
Ilio Iliiwilini lurk rsalakatia, Miller, n r -,u
1 at Mahukona, on the 311I lint., from
n I inni tco, ami may be lookeil for at thii
'I In Mcflimhip Arabic nrmcil lal Thurlay
ftoni Yokohama, with 606 Chlmwe lor 1I1U
jiorl, which ulic Inmletl, ami naihil at;ain yev
Itnliij for San I'rancitco.
The American btiijanlim; Consueht, CoiKins,
tartetl for San Prancico, last Satimlay, but
nllci ItcinR out four or five liourv a leak wa
I) i ml. She wa imtnciliatcly (ml about
for hi pott, arrivctl late Snturchy rviriing.
ill wa rcpiireil, nnd procccileil on her
oyare aijain on TucHilay last.
The whalinR ltnrk Diwn, which left San
r ram I mii March 4O1 with a crew of thirl) live
mi 1, kpniiii; nleik, before hc wni fairly out at
ea ami it grew worse as slit: encountered the
ctiuinoi Hal Ktorms, which, fortunately, were
not scry severe ; but it was soon nppatcnt that
she would be ct)inpell(.l to put into port for
repairs. I aptain llickmol, who cmncil more
thin half of the vessel, anil whu, by the way,
nl Itcil this plaie thlrty-scvcii years ago and
many timcmincc, dccidctl tu turn in at Hono
lulu! nnd after three wcckV socage, the
Dawn armed here on the 20th ultimo. Int
er w having worked faithfully nnd hard at the
ptinipt nud shrilinp nails, tluouRli wind and
rain decided that they would go no further on
that ' rotten old bark," which, it is slid, is
llur y neven yearn old, having been in the
navy, previous to and during the late war. A
petilion was drawn up, signed by most of
thi" rew and mm to Consul McKinley, pray
ini for a release from their contract, on
account of the unscaworthy condition ol the
ship. The consul at once ordered an Investi
gation of the whole matter. The three gentle
men appointed made thorough survey,
after which it wan decided that if the ship
underwent (erUin icpairn she might be allowed
to tirorrediinhcrvoyagc. ThcDawn wasplaced
in the hand of Mr. Thomas Sorenson, who,
after two weeks' work at repairing ami caulking,
leltlicr in a sciworthy condition. The c.ew,
however, persisted in their detcrmiintion to go
no further, and rather than do so would HuTcr
the extreme p.-nalties -of the law. Conse
quently one after another took J'rench leave,
until ten of tin- liest sailors hid gone. Ue--vvudit
were oflered and a diligent search
ensued ; the re-Milt was tlut three were cap
tured and placed in confinement until the (hip
was ri mly to mi!, when they were taken on
lm.ud niul compelled to goon their waj -probably
not ith rejoicing. Thr others
chcaiu I by various waysnud four havenotnijet
been round. A the crc hid been insured.
Mi. Ilatt, the shipping master, fumMicil
other Mvilnrs, nnd 011 Thursday afti-moori the
Uvwn ngain set Mil Tor the fur aurti) Arctic
ocean, on their previously intended whaling
I'he Haitfoid arriveil in San l'rancico
on the 17th ultimo. On the-J 1st ultimo Ad
miral llugheswiis retired and lus been succeed
ed by Hear Adm'l. John II. Upshur. One otitic
olVicet w litest "We encountered two moderate
galex on otir way over, during one of which
tin ship Miy to' twelve hours. Had we run
dining tint lime, the thirteen days and a half
cuii.iMit'd in ihe voyage would have been
inateri'llv lessened ,-,. nou,
luueli tithcr lie in Honolulu than here wcte It
not that we hear from our loved ones at home
mi much snimer and oftener than it l po-sible
mi) 'v line eUi 011 the station. 'aH
would t tell V'" I hat the Hartford Intended
rclrai tug her cruise in part. Authiuj i
IHisltively kuon ai )et, We thought our ar
rival here would claar up many uneiitnintlcs
of win ervuse, ml there U an much fY stir
loundlng u 04 ever. Thiu far, the ndmlr.il,
lialt, ("iirlin, ami all the midshipmen liavc
lsen (Ktached. ThWbuMk has made nil of
us feel like going home. Oui riuWn thus far,
loinpn c sin hundred and 1 1 1 i r t y -f 1 v e ihys
lliree ruiiilusl and tliiny-four of them uL sc-a.
You may 1- sure we do not want a repetition
vf the lailet featuic at arty rati. Hut ir we
can't gi twine, we hope they'll send u back
On oiae ovcasion says the liuisville Courier
Journal llitcv students ol Georgetown Col
lege, kvuluckv, aw the ra.-n.Kts "Raccoon
John Simlth" coming at a distance and arranged
tlut they vv6uld walk uboiu twenty yards apart
andasihey passed him the first one was to
say 1 "ti'iod titoining, Mr. Abraham," the
wvoikI to rati lihn " Mi. liac," and ihe
third "Mr. Jay-eh " hi Hie first an called
jlim Mr Abnham," and Ihe old genileuuri
only seemcl a Imlc su.pmed thai a .yUv.l
there shojld tut Lit... Mm. I'lut second one
ralUst turn ' Mr Isaac," and the old gentle
man evidently susp.s-lol vmiclhing. His fami
liarity with the Jtilile nude him miuVipue
what the Ihlut one was goini; to say, ami he
, got read) for hnu. Gooil morning, Mr.
Jacob," said the lliird .student. Stop, young
man, saul the old gi-nil.nuii, ' I am 11-Nilnr
Abraham, Isaac nor Jacoti 1 I am Saul
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Ik bahl, I luxe fimnd Hues; tT ilicui," This
absurd MiHyJus slthev no toed ainilicatlim 1
n Mr. Gibvm -tnore's ihe pity. j
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In.ooi) vvurlli ol Hawaiian vlver cuuij
m.s(lv-mtivc3u I eii Cent pieces, arrived m'
Tuesilay.by die steamer Marip-is fiom tlf ,
Itunt iu bar I wiener..
Or- Ihr Tnhl ttt nll'
"Anl i jmi ss-nt an urip,inal reminiscence
tw" ' n m J"' ' n'1 "P. ' '" '1"
rouse tliey will have a iral value'? ou Halter
me Well, I mic-lit talk all afternoon anrl
Wtill have a lot of 'em left - t-o-sl stones m.l
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Hut I tan'i spare time to tell mure lhan one.
what , .,ouM roil like ? A fitnnv one -as
, M, of (,,, l)e ? Well, lcr(. ,. .
"Any on who was present at the Inttle of
i Colli II itlitir in June I .S 4 , will remember the
"flcrrxion of tit. 6th when an hours" ccialiin
of hostilities wa ni;rer?tl upon between
! Cinnt and I.tc for the purpose of burying
the denl and getting in the poor wounded
lellow, who had lain between the linei exposed
lo tire heat of a st-uthern nun by day and to
nipping cold at night. Since the terrible re
put ol the Jrd, man's life was not worth a
Mraw if he exposed any ortion of hlx Imdy
above the breavt works. Slurp shooters
within lioth lines lieing posted In trees and
sheltered txhind nd bags renly to 'let day
light through any thing which might appear.
In addition to this my regiment lay directly in
front of a twttery of four guns which kept
things lively ami at time hot for us. while, lo
mend matters, federal bitter) was directly in
our rear ind tiring over our hcad. What Ihe
cause of the trouble was, I never teamed ; but
true it is that for the first three days wr. had a
iwrfeci terror of lint batter). Whether or not
the fuse was short or the shells faulty I know
not. Hut I do know that some six or eight of
my regiment lost Iheir lives or limbs by the
pretnatuie explosion of shells j the report of
the gun and tint of the shell being almost
xlniuhitaneous. bo you can imagine that what
with the Johnny' battery, the line of pickets
in their rifle pits, and the fellows in the trees
behind the sand lugs, all within easy rifle
range In our front, and that infernal friend of
ours in the roar, we did not feel much like
morning stars any part of the time. If one
stood elect, the chances were nine out of
ten the sharp shooters would put a ball through
his skull. If Ihe-bittciy In our from opened
lite well I we could afford to laugh at that
tlic breast works were between us- but when
tint battery in our reir opened- that friend of
ours why we used lo think of that 'vacant
' Under these circumstances you can
imagine that when the order was given to "c-asc
firing" what a iictfecl luxury it was to enjoy
good square stretch.
" No sooner was the word passed tu cef e
firing ' thin Ivoth lines of works were lined, as
far as the eye could reich, to right and left
with the blue and the gray. While the pickets,
always alive to the business of the hour, had
met half way and vvhoe swopping coffee lor
tobacco. As the firing ceased the word passed
along the lines: 'There's a "cessation of
"What's that? asked a son of the
' Kmcrald Isle ' of a friend from the -same
'" tlould your whist, Pat,' replied Mike,
pointing his thumb towards the rebel works.
'Sure there's a saysasion hoshpitat over
A ItrmliilMrrnrr. A-iri( I), IH.17.
Forty-seven years ago yesterday there an
chored outside a bark from Iloston, after I )6
days passage, bringing thirty-two passengers,
consisting of fifteen men and their wives and
two single ladies. I'orly-scven ear ago to
day they landed, and at lo A. vi. by appoint
ment met the king in the spacions thatched
house, (then used lor receptions) standing
near, or upon, the place now occupied by
1 InckfieM S. Co. He was accompanied by
the queen, by the father and mother of Kame
hamchas IV and V, the father and mother of
King l.unalilo, the father and mother of his
present majesty, and aliout all the highest
nobles In the kingdom, besides many Kss
Of all those, high in rank, present on that
occasion ( and the writer can recall the names
of twenty or more) not one is living. Of a
still greater number of prominent loreign resi
dents then in Honolulu, nearly all arc dead.
One i living at an advanced age in ltoston.
Of the passengers, three men and three women
remain in the islands and isiily as many
more are living in the United States, but bowed
under the burden of years.
The Ilawaiians then numbered icvS.ooo,
now from 40,00 to 50,000. The events, civil,
political and religious, which have transpired
dining those )cars are matters of history, and
known lo those sufficiently interested in island
history to make it a study. Though the dimi
nution of the Hawaiian race lira, been rapid
and ilisenuraging, it it need not despair of a
favorable futuie if it will cultivate family and
persona! virtue, industry and integrity and
banish all intoxicants, which are Ihe cause of
unspeakable evils in ail lauds and amongst all
nces, but esiKCially amongst the darker ones
scattered thtough this ocean. The writer only
intended lojot down some memories of the
past, liul the near approach of the legislative
session and the earnest hope that it will dor It
that it is Kssible for It to do tostay thecvilsthat
ate wasting the Hawaiian race which its mem
bers doubtless wish to save, leads him to hope
tli.it it will hasten tn pass a prohibitory law-
according lo the pra)er of the largely s'gned
petition, which went liefoie iholast legislature,
the laige-sl that ever rumc beiore a tiawaiir 1
legislature on any subject. May the) learn
wisdom for the future from the errors of tt e
Honolulu, April 10, 1884.
liuriliiiAifH .SfMif i,,iii.
Iii Ihe year 1665 the Kcv. O, II. Gtihckand
wile opened a small school for girls. In 1S06
Miss .jlia llingliam, then leaching in the
)oung ladles seminary at College Hills,
Ohio, was sent for to assist, and the next year
she assumed the entire charge of the seminar),
and built up the school vet) much. In 187J
she was married to Rev. Titus Co.vn of Hilo,
Hawaii. Then tier sister, Miss tluabetli King,
ham, who had been an .usistaut teacher,
assumed the charge and cairlcd on ihe school
until June, 18S0. Then Mis II. S. Norton
of Michigan, a graduate of Mount Holjole
Seminary, and afterwards a teacher in the
young ladies sruilruiy at Kockford. Illinois,
assumed the enarge, and Ihe school greatly
increased in interest and doubled in, numliers
during Iter vcr) successful administration.
It has now- about one hundred pupils. Miss
Norton has, on account of her health, resigned
her place as pimcipal, and will return to the
states on the MsiIposJ, the 15th instant, stop,
ping for a time to visit Piofcssor Norton, a
dtstinguislu-d teacher in San Jose, California.
1 ? 3, " -"--- Winwai) Wis
! ,h lb? 0I ." P-""!-. -Jl 'J ful1
iMiiix) o irashris, and ihe school will continue
as l-cfoic. Hie s-ho.il is in the old missionary
p.eiul.. s, m-ar wheie, in 1821, the tiisl nils,
nisiary buildings were ervctes!. Some have
thought illicit lo tear slow n these old Luild
ii.gsand niake,wa) for others mote cumnio.
ilioas) other objeet to the removal of these-
'"''' '"""' ""''' 1"'' ,c 0ln " K" ! ll'is
eradlc of Chiistlaniiv- In the island. -the
J buildings uses) as a infilling office and binder)
iHUMiuci use.) as a niinllni! ih'fice and binders
for Ihe issuing of the Hible in the Hawaiian
On next Monday eveniiig the pupils of the
"'"naiy will give an emertainme.it at ihe
Kawaifu. chinch, whieli willcunsist ofsiig.
nsg, icvita-.imi'sind gymraulc eics. The
ihws-cJs arc to be u,ed for the Itynihi oflbe
Th Tetrphnn II trr.
One of the important question-) of the hour
is " Shall Uonolutn have cheap telephonic
scrvic;?" " A)c," sijs the Mutual Nay,"
A week ago lat Thursday, as detailed in
Ihe last issue of ihe Pres, the Mutual sent word
to the Hell of its willingness to coinpinmise
with lh latter compiny upon terms lhai
would rali'inallv and honorably serve the pub
hait Wednesday the Hell rejected Ihe offer
of its rival, and practically announced Its tie
termination to fight.
The gist of the original Hell proposition has
been ahead) published. 1 he counter-proposition
of the Mutual hinged on the following
clause: "The charges now made by the Ha
waiian Hell Telephone Company for the use of
telephones shall not be Increased for ten years,
except by a unanimous volt of the share
holders.' This counter-proposition was unanimously
rejected y the voting stockholders of the Hell,
who replied by the following resolution) " It
is hereby resolved that the Hawaiian Hell
Telephone Company, through the secretary,
notify tht Mutual Telephone Company tint it
cannot accede to nor accept the piopnsals sub
mitted by communication dited April 7, 18S1,
and furlhtr to notify Ihe .Mutual Tdephone
Couitiaii) lint the Hawaiian Hell Telephone
Company withdraws its pm'iosition of April
On Thursday the Mutual stockholders as
sembled ami unanimously pissed ihe follow.
That the lxiard of directors be Instructed to
give notice to the minister of the interior, In
conformity with the provisions of the chatter,
that this company intends to increase its capital
stock to $50 000 in all.
That the board of directors, in tlue time,
open subscription lists for the new stock to
be issued, and issue the same when subscribed
That Ihe directors be Instructed to go on
with the wotk as fast as tiossihle.
There is no reason to find fault with the
Hell people. They arc aiming to make niciey
out of their stock as they have a perfect right
to do. On the other hand the, Mutual people
want law telephone rates. They are content
to make their money In thai way. Their plan
is one that has succeeded in simitar organiza
tions otherwhere, and deserves lo succeed here.
Whether there is room lor two companies
remains 10 be seen. If the Mutual shareholders
pull together the) ought to have the game in
their own hands. 1 he meeting last Thursday
was unanimous to go ahead. The company
owns a lot and purposes lo build on it at once.
It has enough plant on hand to begin con
struction as soon as it has a building to start
from. Hy increasing the capital stock to $50,.
000 enough money may lie raised lo build a
substantial structure, pait of which may be
rented for stores, and renl to the company
saved entirely or reduced to a smill sum. As
the affair stands to-day, Ihe Mutual has ever)
reason to feel confident of holding its own.
Only blunders or cowardice can prevent the
ultimate success of its mission tht.if tele-
rtimlntr Vlilnn Htrerl.
Unless a legal process intervene, or the
minister of the interior change his mind,
Union street will be closed. If this were New
York City, and Union street were Pearl or
Nassau; if this were Huston, and any one of
its network of meandering lanes were to be
closed: if this were the North Heach quarter of
Sail Francisco and Montgomery avenue- were
to be shut up again; if this were any place but
the Sans Sonci of Gibsonland, there would be a
row about the closing of Union street.
No modern community woithy the -name
consents to sacrifice its convenience by closing
its diagonal streetsunless it bridges the difti
cult) by cutting two streets at right angles for
the nm diagonal street blocked up. In the
case of Union street, the benefit to accrue
to the community by the closing lias not been
set forth hy those responsible for the action.
The disadvantages aie manifest. Union street
is an artificial cut oft; but it has existed so
long as lo seem a natural one. Its conveni
ence to dwellers along the line of Knima street,
to pedestrians going to nnd from the square,
and to the public generally, is known lo every
old resident who has ever driven, ridden or
walked along it.
There is something wrong throughout about
this street-closing and street-opening business.
The widening and straightening of Merchant
st 1 eel is a necessity. Apparently work is not
lobe pushed lor lack of funds. The widen
ing of Alakca is not a necessity. It is semi
officially announced that the work on that
street is likely to lie pushed, ntone) or no
money. In (auuar), 1SS1, damages having
been assesses!, mone) was paid projierty
owners alung the line of the proposed exten
sion of I.ililia street. The damage money has
been paid, )ct 110 extension has been made.
The extension of Queen street would be a
great public convenience. Part of the right of
way has been offered the government, Jrte.
No steps seem 10 have licen taken to initiate
the work. The block lwundcd by Fori,
School, Emma and Heretania streets ought 10
have al least two cross streets. 1 he irregular
block liounded by PuiicIkjwI, Heretania and
I!mma streets ought to have at least one cross
For protection in case of fire, for sanitary
reasons, for comfort and for convenience we
ought to open more streets and close none.
Why is all this thus, Mr, Minister ? Is there
"a cat in Ihe meal tub ?"
in jMtefrMtlMit JttatrmiHt,
O Luso llawaiiino of the 29th ultimo con
tains Ihe following t
We hue received from Makaha Ihe follow
ing letter, which we deem woilli) of Ihe widest
circulation and transcrilic in full.
Mr. fiUitor Th Portuguese contract
lalwrers o'l Aakaha Plantation feel it a duly
to write to you regarding their relations with
the owners and manager of tins pl.autatl n. for
whose many acts of kindness towards these
Portuguese laliorers we are deeply grateful.
First They build us very good houses,
with every reasonable convenience! goo-l beds,
witli mosquito curtains, chairs, tables, t'.ovcs
and kitchen furniture.
SenuJTltfy give us good food and enough
of it for ourselves and families.
IhirJ- - riiey nuke payments punctually al
the end of each month, and with suih
plasaut manners that It seems iniiossible for a
nun to be giving away his mone) with such
rmirth- When any contract laWcr does
him any service nut of working hours he I
fifth- All reasonable requestsjfor leave tu
go to Honolulu or Waialua, or 10 rut fii
wood, aie leiJit) grante I.
Suth -If an) laborer is taken sick in ihe
field, the mauiger is Ihe first mm u order
him home. He furnishes to the l;k all ihe
11 ctltsines they need, without nuking any te
lection whatever cither in food or wages for
the lime they were unable lo wuik. On this
plantation al least lalnr.r, aie not robbnl of
half day's or quarter day's wages upon the
We letj )ou, Mr, KJilor, 10 publish lid. as
soon as possible,
Manuil A Mm i. iik Goiu,
J VINTHO Tavakis,
UtHAKPO lOss. PhkrlKA,
MaVaha, .March 16, 1W4.
! lit, J. Mfstt Soiiilt Is en louit ftout Wash,
jinguvn, an. still uturn tt Honolulu by ihe
, Mr)vra ns tier nest M jf limn Sui J-'ratf
'dsoi, pvxtur Siuhh will at ivuee rcsuina Ills
plat r ii llic lniMsc o( nsblest, of vvlikh he is 1
lltttft It rrte nnl riitlrr
Of I Inly Week the ( hurcli t Immclc sa)
" lust Siiml-li. llii Snnil.ls li,-fnrf. t'.ltter. u
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caiicn 1 aim .itiimay occaueour -isvior enrerctl
Jerusalem on unr nay, ami me people cm
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ilnwtt palm oranrlies anil sttcvreil tnem in ins
way. Thursday In Holy WVk is caller! Mann
dav Thurxdav. Some have derived lite word 1
Maunday from the Saxon MitiiitJ-a-biUkfl,
because the sovereign of England is accus
tomed togiveawa) food to ceitain r peo
ple on that day. Hut the more acceptable
derivative explanation of the word scents to be
from )ies maitiiitf, or the l)i) of the Com
mamlnieni of our Hlsed Ixir.t. r-rnla) Is
'(rood" Kridi), the Crucifixion of our lxird.
Satmtlay in llol) Week is called Holy Satut
d.i) and l-aster Kve."
On Good I'rlday there were services at St.
Andrew's Prn-Cathedral ami at the Roiiun
(..Mitotic Cathedral. Hot cross buns neie
furnished by Ihe bakers eatly I'rlday morning,
in (and nut of) the spirit of the rh)mc 1
Hot rross bum t Hot cross bun I
One a nti) , I o a ijeiiiiv , rW m to ymir sons
Hot cross tnnst Hot cros tuns '
If you chance to like m not, sbe voitr neiclitmrs
-onlythc) were sold here for fifty cents per
To-moirow will be Sunda), and the
churches will be decorated with loving lavish
ness of (lowers. There will be special music
and special addresses.
faster Sunda) will tie a marked day at
I'ort-Strcet Church. The floral decorations
will lie unusually fine. In the morning, at 11
o'clock, there will be a Praise Service by the
Sunday .School, assisted by the choir, in
addition to the devotional exercises and sing
ing, there will be an faster Concert Kxercise
b) the school, a dialogue, The Risen horrl,
by five little girls, a recitation, The Triumph
ant King, by Miss Mny Atherton, Crowning
Ihe Kastcr Cross, by seven )oung ladies, and
a bind of little girts, and other appropriate
exercises, with an Kastcr address by the
pastor. In the evening the' choir, under the
leadership of professor Varndley, and in
creased lo twenty voices for the occasion, will
give an leister Praise Service. Among the
notable nummbcrs on the programme are
Mendelssohn's O for the Wings of a Dove I
Huck's Te Dcuin (II minor), Tours God hath
Apiointed a Day, anil an instrumental duet on
organ and violin, by RafT. Mr. Criirau will
deliver a brief address. Rev. Mr. Memtl will
assist in tlic service. An offering will be
taken for the Church Music Fund.
Hi: Jfffnti' r;e.
The city editor of the Press acknowledges
teceipt of some very choice clusters of grapes.
sent as specimens from the beautiful yard of
Mr, Philip Milton on King street. Suiround
ing this gentleman's home arc fruits and
flowers in great abundance; but none of
winch arc mote profitable than the vintage.
Mr. Milton has four varitties of vines which
were planted three years ago last lanuary, and
which are now yielding their second ciop.
Of the Isabella grape he lias aliout 5ooikjupi1s.
This is a variety grown in great abundance in
lower California and the northern United
States, for shipping purposes ; as it grows in
large clusters and keeps well. Of the Mission,
he has an equal yield. This grape Is a Cali
fornian nnd is used in making much of the
wine produced in that state, though it is being
superseded by other varieties. Of the Voka
he has only about loo pounds. This is a
Mexican variety, and although not large, yet
It is most pleasant to the taste and produces
some of the best known brands ol wine. Of the
Muscatel he has only about 50 pounds. This
is one of the most delicious varieties known ill
vintners. It grows in great abundance in Cali
fornia, but is a failure iu this clitnatc as are
most varieties of the white grape. Mr. Milton
has some other varieties not yet large enough
to bear, and this enterprising gentleman is
continually experimenting with his fruits and
flowers. Mr. Milton savs this is not a good
year for grapes, as the wind has blown almost
continuous!) from the south, and that south
winds are most destructive lo grape vines, as
they bear too much sahpeter, which stunts
the vines. Mr. Milton is lalioring hard with
his trees and vines, and is lieginning to realiie
some of the fruits of Iii-, halior.
Xext Tuesday evening Professor Varndlev will
take a deserved benefit at Y. M.C. A. Hall.
The .Symphony Club will play, many favorites
will sing, and a comparatively new voice will
be heard that of Mr. Hasslemann and heard
by what ought lo be a full house. There nre
two reasons why Professor Yarndley's benefit
ought to be a good one. In the first place he
is a painstaking, conscienlio isand talented mu
sici.ni. In the second place he is an exceed
ingly generous one. The benefit entertain
merits given here during the past two years,
jo which lie has not lent efficient aid in
direct performance or helpful advice easily
be counted on the lingers nf one hand. In the
gift of his time, his talent and his friendly
sympathy he has licen a piince. Honolulu
owes him 11 bumper benefit ;an'i the timet')
partly pay the debt willliencxt Tuesday night.
Apropos nf the war-remlnlsccnce"suppleinent
issued to-day. a member nfdeorgc Deling
Post send, the following : "The present com
mander of Ihe (irand Army of the Republic in
the United States, Comrade K. It. Heath, was
born in Philadelphia in 1X30. He entered
the service as a private in 86; was wounded
at the second Utllle of Hull Hun, white serving
as a first lieutenant 011 the .'.iglity-eighih
Pennsylvania volunteers; lost his right log at
the charge of New market Heights, Virginia,
September 29, 186.1 was mustered out with
his regiment, a )car later, as lieutenant colonel.
Comrade Heath was one of the first members
of the (i. A. K.; and was adjutant general
under coniniandejs-ln.chkf llailranft and
In reading Ihe letters of Mr. David tlraluni
Atlce, one cannot help wondering wlut he it
after, Does he want to he Mr. G1I1W pri
vate secretary? Woald he like to succeed Mr.
Purvi. asvicecluiiili-.ilain? Or would hclike
to edit Ihe court journal? Perhaps hc most
unfortunate umvlderaiion evolved by M, Alice's
fearful and wonderful ineitfal xmiilge is its
wei.blauket effect ujhjh the gusli inciter of
Ihe Press That young man has b-cn going
around for the last, two or three weeks pas
will, a pal., in the ret.'...,, C.I h.s al.lo.nen. Ut
.sir. Alices tiisn water aitl Hcaclo voulil make '
km ill whal must lis efvx,11M, Ufl, u,lrt 1C.
community general!) ? ,
. , , ...
Woik on the library bud ling i prueretsin
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tiiieiijieieiflrr. It as anii.icincej iluriDi; the
, ,,,., ... ., , . ,V " '
week tnai Air. aur.iiira. etutrtiian Afilu. mier.
'taitinirnlconiinillcv ni(e lrusieejjiii.1 ivrwi,
1 ileill ,lf he fill cwininlilec, hat! lsssiril ihe'
nneiy, ami nri parai tons are lieing iv,adw- o flskv, 1 I, S10L1, J K ts.hi)-
hold .he fair. In aid ol .1,1, p.,! ,.,k, a.-(Jt nfil iTnT. S
Ihr full iiHKMt of Mrs. r.mth hfii,ini2 uu ' i". M- '" 1, t l K.bu4ui,i
111 Clli I'jrttnilit sl..s . . rTr 1 lfcW 'W "" M NMii,w, WjlrrW i-, f
uu 5111, lattk-iiUi-, -iMIic hr.'vjiauinii-Hi'l lv c l.wr.a i v itr. n. i?i7t,Vri. i a ,21
U.ler ,sI,l,t. Mr. .M8II.. ,iUVf )r, t'y"Tf,, Mrtt-Au v,u
cause he itueuM lie w-tiun nfihe inwcfti,-!.1 ,,i" " ' !"'" j
Uttucil Uct,-ofcnnri,lc,KT In hi, niinn-eni.-nl :' loe Ktutui. -,T Kilui ilm, surd cwVV n
'but cm rsi)re-i!iiii 1,1 r. .11 ,,n 1 1
olTcir,l hs ha. c-ms.,i,,) ir, w.,rJK M.
I The- PadrV M.ii .,., ..- , -..I 'MPORTAWr: All rs -wlrf loiltspii Jjw v HmA
of , at"". tr.uin, will' IVa&w Jnmo a. .f AlvGa, II p. Js, tft ,ftl'VJ M . ifttrvSul
Iihh, fortbt present, taVe an)-wore ff-4Khi or " n" l!-, u lVs ta-aUKi'iu'A!'"-,' a" '' 'u- HtTJl
.... ..,...., . 1 . . . SJOajsr l WKt. Via. j I i, a.. .u Uiubluu sf'a" s.lHS.JtV4- 'Josi US'" - I3 .4-H Srth
JsaAsei.-rs to , frul ,leM, UaU, Ihsur r.ilas t Adv-wr , imi&Ji:V?t,m iZZ, JM" "?. J H ."'"'
tajs-enls hcrotivrt st nnptUtd itf what ,fw'"!,1' Ccv tti ..1,- kV... r, h l , wiw f' Vsy'-r-l.u Uf. ve.
ssssrau-sj mtr U ilxutsvl b llM'ttMuiir ' twis.sl hr. Utl Il.r).ae,li..esvi4,34,, vlhVlM. i ,,., ulruc..
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imies Ins 10 l. l-nVnipt sak
. r . .e 1 j 1.
A Co s .tisrt, .lrd (t. wMry
II .S. 1 1 1 pr 1
l-ne-nl trad lontimtes
f, ... ii-i.,.--
- " ' ' -is- -.-.r
.n!,h j- !, ih, tv rnlim (WrlMlv ,.,
snyihtnt t"t swfsfaetsxm m thmt tntfir.inl
Mr. F. P. Mm Md ihrsss-a.y, cudh h ,.f
"""' " "'"'" - il-sel.l.-j.r
whli-fi was fstrly attfmsfsjl, and htxMH-tit r-rr
thtrr-rx nwntdered. 1Hny as rtmsri 1"t
of Ihe hamsser" t(tt ide Mtemlon
sales of real estate
I tie MsrtpeHa aiivvsl prompt!)
Han r-mnefseo h dates to I
cipwl ttfmpfeoaisss'rtlivl tsustntss for u. hefn -. ilt
finher iltHne (ft Hijptf nf ! cent per Hi. llusiin
rl'e is (fpwtnl firm m $ ft i thrm.1l ihe lednc
tion rf Mock, nelsrhhMnlinti ''" tart thst i.ostMxo
ftts. from China teast jst arriveil loffSe imports fVovh
lentrat America eontinuM free and H quoted at 13
3! for t,rlm grade. WVsol meets ith little or no
demand: unAred st i & 15 eents rr lb. aceordiniz In
grade, the mntfcel for hides ami ttrfnt is tteadv at
th followtrtrt tlwres llr) hides, i! r .r per Ih:
ijreen Irdes, I to mWe p-lr lb, aecording lo sbe. settled
cuff, tiH ti 13c per to; gost sktnsrang'- from fin lo 5e
escli for prime grartes to m lo jor enrh for small.
Tallow is in fafr supply wtth terrder-cy of lower rates
Hie Sn rranttseo llntleiiit !s puldishlng rtes of
rareful retrmpeetlve trade articles on nrindfMl pons
ami countries doing nn txpnrt end Imporl insi'e srllh
her The Issue of Msreh efrtlt ciHttsins one deviled lo
the Havtiiian trade, and she eonclutbelv the Heme
Tilt San Kranelscu has drilled under the wotkinsts of
the treaty, anil close ty saying that " Hie ihcreaslng
cemmenre of die islnnds lias l-een of more benefit 10
American rilirens than to the rwti.eft.'
I"he stesmer Arable frnm China and Jnpe-n, en mute
for San I rancisesi, lotutifd In Iier-,5 on the tetli lo Urd
some 6on Chinese. Hii plsjing fust and loose svllh
this rials orimmljrantt, All of whom ate mules, and
none of which evfnte any Inclination to enter umeon
true! j except al rates so exliortntant as to rentier ihem
unavailable for pi mixtions, promises to firing tts into
Hie bntkentlne l.lla and tlisoivery salted on 'lues,
day last for Sin I rauciseo, lhe former basing a cargo
valued at $43,06 49 nnd the latter, $5. ,016.60.
lo-mnirow the City of Sidney may 1- looked foras
tlue, from the Colonies, en route for Vi Francisco.
'I he Marltusji will leave promptfv nn the 15th , rues
da), rhe Arabic left yesterday.
Kifiuea Hou, stm. Sears, from Knliultii.. April 5
t.ukn, sch, Iroin Puna . " 5
Walmslu, k.Ii, Kibtint-, from fsotai " 5
(onsuelo, Am btitr, Lutitins, from sea . I j
Kiiiait, tm, King, from Ihlo and viny tmrts ' s
T.ikelike, tm, VVesenSack, fotn Ihlo and
lUmakua .... 6
lwahiil, stm, Cameron, from Kolo-i and vVal.
tnca . . .
Wailele, sch, frsm .ataliko..
I.hukaf, sell, front WrtUdila .
Kekauluolii, sch, from ffanalel
Mololo, sch, front ftilo.
r mma, sch, from Konlail..
Marhiosa, Am S S, I lo sard, from San r'rancisen
PaiiHlii, scli.ftoni lianatei...
Kllauea Moil, stm, seArs, from Knlinltil . .
Jas Mskee.slm, Cameron, from Mfauee, Kapna
ami Mantlet . .,., '
Artibic, lint S S, from Yokohams "
lluenenic, Am tern, I.ltiut, for I'nrt towtiscnd.Atril
Marv Foster, sch, for lunahue "
Jennie Walker, tell, for fb'o "
KAniiVcaouli, sch, lor tlawi t ,, '
Kilauea I lou, tm, Sears for H-nhti)ti.. . . "
Cnterina, sch, for 1 lauatei , "
Consutto, Am bgtne, t-ou-'n. f .- San Francisco '
I.lfj, Am tikute, Clifford, t 1 -in Fntnchcii "
Discovery, Am bklne, for -..si f rsnrfsco . '
Kiiiaii.stm, King, for Iltto a iu way ports '
iMalani, stm Camron, foi is..Iiki and Wauhi-h. "
Nettie .Merrill, sch, for lliailuu '
Wailele, sch, for Alafiko. '
Kekauluolu, sell, for llsnslei
Marion, sch, for Kakaha ... "
I.luikae, sell, for Wnutua , "
Mokolu, stm, Mctiregor, for rsootau "
Helena, tint lik, llaiiicn, for lfort fovvnsend "
Kilaues Ifou, stm, Sears, for Ktitiuttu '
l'auahl, sell, for Manalcl ... . "
I.tkehke, tm, W1e.b-u.l1. for llamakiei and
Dawn. Am ub bk, llickmotl. for Arctic. '
l.ifiolrho. sch, for Waianae . '
Aaabb., lint S S, for ran tranciseo "
Merchat.t Vessels flow In Port.
KxCBLSIOIt. Pelts . Vn in
lllRMAit. Watt . tint t,k
Caleb F.ATos, llatemann, 'roach
Sfiisa, Itlake Am ffln
Mahisi'Ss, Howard,. . . tni stm
Vessels Expected from Forcicn Ports
Hrkmi'n, (tr. bk, Seics ......Uollmaa
Due April 10-13 tiackfrld & Co , agents.
JaU'it, Haw. sch. Juija. .. . . ...Tripp
now due. A. I Cc'oke, affeuc.
1 ivERTOtie, lint bk. Ouan ,hant... Wilson
Due June 5-10.
Nfw Yors, Am. bk. Aiiais CskVtot. ..Pendelton
Due. April ao-7S Castle A. Cook, agents.
Kfwcastlk, N S W, St Wm. Wai LAen
Due Mcli rs-ao. VV ilder & Co , agents.
IVosTtis.Am bk. Amv Turneh . . Newell
Due June t-s, C. Urewer A. Co.arnt.
VIicrosrsia, Am. limine MoKNlsr, Star (Jarland
Due now. V.. O. Halt A Son. Auents.
Port fiAltaeK, Am tern lhls-A lies iim ....
Due now. II. llackfeld A. Co . Aleuts
Itoscktlso, lint saCsi'SAuKH
Due April i-j, II. llackfeld A Co., Asjois
San Francisco, Ambktne Kmvia Ct ai iuna, Matsou
For llllo. Due April l
Svtisev, PM SSCtivor Svuskv. Dearlxirn
Due Aprd 13, llackfeld ; Co, Agrul
Kiev Casiik. N S W, . Jo'in Sinitli
trading february 37. W. O. Uwlu, Agents.
Ntrw CVSO.! 1., N s W, ItsieSK
Loaduij r ebruar) 37 , Agents
I.ilKRrdot., lint is a, Ciivot Paris,
Jo sail Starch Jteh, tl V Mm farlane, agents.
San I KASclscii,'tJ.ii bk Kslsi.sc v Miller
Ducnow. H. Tlckfeld it Co. stents.
San t i.ANeisco, Am schr Chas. Iassos Spr.e;ii-
Due now. ti, llackfeld & Co, n;ent.
DsfARiuRtc IIav. Am bk Llsinuiik . . .Jenks
Due.Ma) t-s, II llackfeld K: Co, agents.
San Fkascisco, lint a. s, raianiiia Webber
Due April , II, llackfeld tc Lm. ai-cnts.
l-euiT Fownkno, Am bk Horu, Penhatlow,
Due April to-iv. Lcuers A Cooke, agents.
IVRTCsstuLe, Am tern, Maria Jim nwis, tlutterfield,
l-oadinir .Iareli 3 Auents.
San FRANctseo, AmSSAuAMFDA. .. Moise
Due Aptil Jt. W . 0. Irwin a; I o, agents.
Svs rKVNCIseo. Auibkliie KeskkV. . lee
laxidimr Acrll 1. tl llackfeld A I o. accnls.
San Francisco, Am sell Kosahio,
For Kahuliu. No due
DsrssTCkk llAV.Ambk Perru S. I
Due April 10-15
troni Maul and Hawaii, tier Kinau. April 3 Hon
S O Wilder, Mrs f I. Wrccht, Master Wilder Wrijht,
Miss II W ilder, T MtMiillen, .Mrs selh II Ulale, Jl
I. Hutchinson an I svlfe, tlss Carrie Wa4svorth, A
'I, -son, K W lli.sli, liS Kendcll, J II UolUniore.Mts
C N Arnold, M N Saunders and viife, C Afo.i(t, Miss
M Afone, Mi I AforZ, .Mrs (i Will elm, K ltd line's
J It S Kvnnersley, (i I' Kamaushd, Klmo Pake, I It
ICaohi.Capt J Kaal, J M Horner, e Wallvco. I' V
Hastings J I remfle. Caut Smith. Ill IticlialdMSi
trciin Ijueiina, tr Nettie Mernft, Aptd fr tur
Ion. Mrs D Catupliel'
tiom .Mautan I lliiwad, per lakellke, April 6--H 1.
Cliase, Mrs J I Nolle.
trom Kauai, mt IsaUol, Apnli-P IseidicrK O N
Wttcos, Capt rors)lb(itslU mill wifs airs , V Wd
e is and son, W Hntde, .Mr Siiiiili: Mr sp-wili, tuseph
j unaiio ami wue, j i iioiiiwon,F is isoorris, j iicti,
From Hans, 11 lhui SpriteV-ll K II Prime,
laliisiklani. 11 K II t'i'ii . ss I ikelAr, Pniicosr Kaiu
linl, Slue Ulrn I leJi.it, Mr. C II Wilsoik rroia
lirui-'t II llsjlfrii. wife mid s children. trs
Kluniwy Prom Metokai Mr. W II Utl.
From San t rauciseo, tcr Mrtriiiosji, Anr'l R II I
(.'base and uifs, .Mrs I; )(, Iiiv.!iihs4, Mm II ,1
Slron;. Ceo l IMin and sister, to KIU VViuwrtxtis,
Mia. If llawt, I 'H.Jir, Mr A ;. lender. Mrs t
Sherry, s Msuiu, Capi W II K'S.n, V aleC.tcsor, O
II Ik:n MI, 1. faicsi, (lu-i t is.is altsi Koe Vetra,
Mtu II Alssatulsr. lord Hrown, f bervnjit. Miss It
Venhnli, aliui M Vduill. II J U.ev l ilom.lcr, P
de AiibM Je. A Muriy, Vv Sherry, Irank A KiondS
and wife and . -ild, Mrs 1. MeOieeor, 3 ettlbfrttii, Win
IVllutii. J Vr ) I ILIUva-,, JCuelUr, I M.rati.
MW J ivnm, lh. Skcluit, I. kaonul 1 Mejtu,
llios 1 41 rsli, is I franks eh.ldten, I -ia V ,lliain,
J J Suulon, Vain Jl 11. Cniti S, Sni Kow, Ah l.wr.
From Ksiiului, r Kiuen Hmi, April 9- C Sbci
man anu wile. J sbjtnaii, Mss MTstl St. Cldf.
Walter stouse-o, Charles Moroeo. Harry Mcoco,
VV )Dell,i Mivs'ipson, P la Moiidue. Oeorac Scon,
KScbe,le,AIei.. Ilfids. '
From Kftlttl, sbi Wabnae, per James Maks, AprP
t 1 rank burr and i.it, M, s VVTUsu aoJ sst
sant, Mrs riatneld nut child. MU I'lMrnUiii, I 1.
Kichardtw. Mr Ahr.n. sr loiv, A K lUpA, Wr
I. Kal'llscuto and 4 ..11 Mast rs W Sod ti II', a
Frew llanvAu.1, tr C II IVhrp, Anrll i-t M
Ccflin, Mr Ali.i
Mli.'dltut"?. .J.!iultsiur.I"t"U' Ak" 7"5'"
.,f or ksiuiiui, per Mtauu iiou, An.l 7--II 'Aejsrs
Mortheaj vA .-hUJ, llou l..runu.
l"r kaliului, per Isl'tlfu llui, Auul ,-ll.s, V J
Oairsei., lVil, Mis. k, 1'llUr, j'fVvwst.
fur Kau-J. wi IsmI.ui Ab is-, m ilibsoM, Mc.
r icsinsM!. r rt
I '.TV'"' "V.W ',i"w'i!j H"1 "'' " wiiJ.
, M Hum slJ Uf, iln I Ifotr-s-tt.
. lursei Iiaocl. .or Hjium. a,.i . 1, I
j,inaln' """ "J " ' "" " V, F
''" frtuKtwi. r-vtrt'tk-.. Afrili Mrs IkeCM
, l-u aim. I.LU Vrln.n hi. Mist ! Iias, vlu.
rdl. It I anon. R i; iluij, P (,rsn, .us .v, j
.-res; hi .nth . A
I. I . ... '.
..M.Kr. r. . c nu. it iiretw. . in
1 i' 1 im t ' i... i ,, 1 r-1
T3 I S hrl f 'yiiii. s I '
Mn tart 11 1 . r whiAti
4Vl,l l-i , ltron ( ... n I.Ms wsj.i.v , ,
,. ' 's w- 1 1 ''"'"d, '"
" Mrtnemjr pk dnijs am) ulr II II Wid-
tff'h m,,i.; rVVr A- I o, t,
msun s Mi-ntrMTanl
1 sWmtn .tns w k pot.ti).. 11 r,. ,h p .W
" v 1 n ut ii r-nsti--, t v te-
t ,. ,Vr 'i ah.T AaVl ii.
. t!,,. tw, id r,l 1 vVH.W
1 ,1., rt T. a llJK. f .. ..
l . ll.nTior rSt ilJ,
ire -.. Hall Son, tSr.,llKto,:
. uktf. dnim
, (fci, jrlrttt
I r-nlo!s, tfi
Pliilm a (. si ol " esserii
tkgsdryxrs" ,srthy i job ki Hour atKl
iee s salt , I I a- . . i,.i . rs chair stoe t
Brewer I o, , mei . n Iie V, d I s rnadllnUy
Oreiee A CO pkfs printing iSfiter.A t IIaissHl Car
rfa MaatifArlurinc I o, ln bars Iron, 5 Wis terns i
Waller lint. 11 pk(ajiuer. Hoarder Health, 15 kgs
tnediuites, latws & Cooie tt pkgs i-itlw pkgs doors;
s cs paper hangtmr, C Ilitsuce, 136 pkfti gsncffieS , C
K Williams, 41 pigs tiirrnsirre nstneTMl , ) F Water
house. 9 cs mtfse, ;8 ptigs wtne bread ami groceries. A
I. .Smith, ti pkgs sawing maeltia! Itoinntiitii Irswi
W oiks Co, 1 Im'c rub r goods , S Roth. 3 cs woolens,
V. Filler, 6 pVp sndVlsiry, I I'tmem, is pitas soda
water tttttttes f, Cunha, j bss pUnis : Kennedy
A t o, 14 pkgs ian irouds, 4! tiVgi groceries . Irwin L
t o, 1 f iimboim , 1 cot' ateel row, rwl pkgs Rroreties,
309 pkgs salmon and fish, s tits silver coin, lamnei
Hott st pkgs hsrdwwre: May & Co, $fl3pkgerocefits;
Mere ft Co, 9 es guns and earlrages : CrAn S to, IS
tikes drs SSMids ami tnlmrs-ot S I sl,w. se rtlat bors
shoeing material; i Ant & Co. sonsks oats, 3 sks lieansj
( tnatenal; lane Ar Lo. sonshs oats, 3 sks 10;
A Co. 3Q pkgs groceries, etc pkgs groceries :
A Co. j rs drv goods, Oat, JrA Co, 0 pkgs
vryi Hamilton Johnson, 698 pkgs gtoeerits :
lid tx Co, ts piers tmsjitnery ; 11 J lvey, 6
lrty IV eo, SRI pkj
1 nisrs a
lisekrslu At Co, t66 pkis tniKhinery ; II J lvey, 6
trunks clothing millinery , J()mAn Urns. ?o pigs
boots, sheSM, hats and cigarettes; Ccnl HJown, 1 re
frigerator: sresvericl Ora) & Co, no bsi sitatoet,
apples and onions, Wm Colby, 6 pkgs perfumery ftc;
tdiseiVr A Co, ton sks lloitr. Wells, Pargo At Co, 6
parcels merchandise and 1 seated sack, $113.00; order,
tSi pkAs: ( ttinese, 133s) pkgs.
for San FrRtictsco, per Hli, April to-63 dr)
hides, 1,70 goat skins, 7,431 Ings sugsr, 636,363 lbs :
tor San rranetseo, ier Illscosrr), April 109,029
bas sugar, t,oe6,883 lbs; 13 hales woof, 4,373 Ihs; ejo
sks rice, ao.oisi Ihs : vslue, $54,916 Go.
ltr IHhrr sfitlltN.
The rainfall al Niulil, Kohala, Hawaii, for
the month of March was .f.95
Volcano House Kll.auca, has a new manager.
I'. A. Thompson, formerly a dentist al llllo,
a brother of Doctor Thompson nf Kohala,
assumed the management on April Jrd.
A Koreign-chitrch sociable at llllo, was
given on April 1st., at the house of Hon. I).
II. Hitchcock, 'I here were some line vocal
selections, and a piano duett by Signor Crispin!
and Mrs. S. I Coau. 'I here were the usual
delicious refreshments. There was a bind
composed of young l.ulicsand gentlemen, who
pia)l on combs and a small drum, and sere
naded the compiny. There was a large
A liana and Kipahuhi correspondent ol the
Press writes under date of Ihe dlh instant:
"Visits of the ro)nl family gives the week a
cheerful appearance. Isiimor hath it that
there is )et another plantation lobe started
Mne ami bye' on the windward side of the
island, and onlookers arc anxious to learn 1
the da) Ins eotne when men of the cloth con
sider it their duty to help men of similar per
suasions in the acquisition of leasing lands,
etc. The roads have undergone a great im
provement of laic, due no doubt to allowing
the plantations to have control of the money
rinronri itetl. but llio mlii. linfnrtiiriilMi..
3 tiain untouched as yet.' Weather rainy."
The Saturday evening gospel meetings in
Ila'awa, Hawaii, continue tube well attended.
M'. Mrihew no longer occupies the shop, where
:i i.i.i-Ungs were held, and steps have been
1 -ken to erect n building which shall contain
a reading room, the main room 10 be let for
business purposes ,btr;ng Ihe week, thus de
fraying in part 1st, the expense of Ihe
building. 1' suits ihe spirit of the correspon
dent of the Advertiser, to vent his spleen
against such things as the above, to say that a
quarrel recently took phoe in tint locality' ;
and it was so nice, to say that the participators
had just come out of the meeting, wheie they
had been reciting passages of scripture, and to
give a little gratuitous stab at the ' missionary"
spirit. An oprioitiinity tlut he never misses
if he knows it. It does not signify nnyiliing
hut 10 show his own spirit and rcJiliness to
prevert the truth lo tiomt his own purpose.
The unpleasantness occurtul bcfoit meeting,
and the cause of it was such a one as lir him
self vould uphold any man in resenting, had
he seen in the occurrence an) tiling but an op
portunity to stab principles to which he evi
dently has a special aversion. Your corres
pondent will venture lo express his opinion
that the man vvho.c insult caused the encounter,
was never in those meetings, any more lhan
the correspondent of the Advertiser was there.
There arrivctl by the Mariposa, on Tucs
day last, two magnificent steam (ire engines
of si 2, ami two juniper hose carriages, from
the Manchester, New Hampshire, Ijcotnotive
Works, lltey are Ihe latest ami most improve-!
anioske.ig sl)le, anil 'finished in silver and
brass. There will be a trial of the engines
this afternoon, The lire companies starling at
4:30 front Lucas' Planing Mill.
The- price of oi has doubled, within the last
fortnight. It is filly cents a bucket mm, antl
scarce at that. Hut the Chinamen with their
national lalcui for combinations refuse- tn
advance the price of urn", and the native does
not get any lwnclit from the Increased prite of
There will be n band conceit at Kmnia
Square at .:jo p. vi. this afternoon, weather
permitting, the fulloiving isthct programme!
.vl rach Fearless ami Irue... ..Unr-at
Overture- Ira IiaVuto ,, ,uber
Whs- In the Tvsilljht , ...Cooto
Selcstloii -S.r.i4tla . . ,. .Hutocv
C'asatlnil All U Mask . . ., Pcdtol I
Daneo-Sijrian . Kelor llifa
"Secrets of success in Ihisiness" Is Just
published. Its teachings aiu based upon the
oprrienccs nf astute men In the great cuinnier.
clal centeis. Mr. 'red. Higot is the agent for
Altliuugh the nil piles in the vicinil) of the
I". ,M. .S. S. wliarf aie greatly u-ducs'J, )et
there it an abundant sjpply on board Vessels
en route foi (his tori. ,
Tile-ItoiHiluIu I.cilet it imav.-'iUhl) omit
tl l)4 rifk,
r,yi,1.a-, - laj tin, .il. s the f-h uistanl,
lauis Gtldas ua, aC)-d ig rbvs.
8l;'itls'', ' ilitu'diy, April Wi.lba He. lolm
Su.-. , n hi, Vci. ear, !
Hi Usrsassd osi a. lujin uf aruviul, kul istascd
l.is ac-iivs life s a inuior U Pibt)itUu shcintti-rs ia
It brut el W-VMk.indui ait trjucalc id joelh
f(asU fiftew tsuts a icsiltnl ot Oatlsad, &1L
fornU, tn.1 si out 1 two Mcslsn-uv lU jssU at
lilifjrnis. ar tfc ji,l Ate ytivt, liunp (.) ifihtl,
lis ha Mm ar4 tm ti b.- iL-m-tWar, ejn. K. I-laiskutss-f
1 1 eU). Dr ' isa was s s,i.h.k sb.1
IsSLSSi . . 'tr .ii lb- u. si c-as m.1s iIiaJo. ....
ai-Jalii-n ..! si-i-se eUtassls-r U e-aablt 4s. 1 dvcsj
trliis) uvd tUal.lm u ih- I'.v-iii,'! tl.ii.ib. Il!
as vtf llif Uu Hrrirji ef niieasvi p slwa.
hkiij who af fsui.k atra-, wet woo I
luSMsvss foe siUnes. efo Asvolen I u,
mi)it.,..iM.l ar,ts -bo 1,4 maim
A '-. XlUUCk.
I. a. r
J the mibHr 10 ,' Mev- lft.f i a iu t. fee.1. II L ""r m''"am ,t,rl ass-srinvvi 01
. 1.....,,.-., ,,,,,, . ,l mi nnwt. s llimtm. iS -..-.- -r-:-1--- ,- . r"-
ahpt-.t 3,,, ,-.grtHs-il.rlrU?45lo,t) pk. .1,, .,,,..... J..
. 1 - ,. y . t c' smug on njiars. i e ctgnr-irts, .vitian rrm, iocs .. ..7... ... . ,.,...,,..
on I e-lv from I iBhrk , t t V vj,-!-,, ., e- x.j .
lie ,.t in.tanl.lbe pein HHanin.. i ihe Interior o c- stall w rv . Hnism.1 ' J"" ImponerlKomprWrit ine rorhMlng ' '
, miti sin , uktf ilntfts Ion i .t. t.
1 . ..
, rrsn TUB t AntRt
' I sJ I lit. L.AUIlit
. " " o miorm unr tnenus ami rtmorners, tmu we
Iwen appota-s-d o. lent, fee I Ms seeVkn.
,, ,, ." . J , , -.. . rS
t-- t . ....... . .. .
llmbroidored G11U Screens
Of the most hewtntfut enlors, fttwt of atsr!tnttf,
benuty and finish
lied Sprnnils niiilTnblo Cover
bmhrofdered m 9tnc by jAenrsssst.
- A I AftOFVMtlRlV OF -
OfthenniMt Potrekim rermtrlmrtle for ttntonew-ee in
cuinr ana ns-
Porcelain Figures, Jispanese Tea Sets
Ol the tines! I hina.
Tete-a-Tete Sels, Uutter Dishes, Ash Receivers,
our usnierns, auit nitturoiiiereu Kimonos
Kaself, Carvtd Wooden Cabinets
Hand Screens. Wall Pockets,
Parasols, Paper Mats,
Pans, and Phnto
Of Jaiianese Si ener) Colored and Plain
A I.nrir,o Snlnotiou of
Japanese Uronze Jewelry,
Sleeve Iluttont, Chains, Scarf Pins. Ktc , file.
,t luryr I'.irr7ii'(limif. aiiMMc 'or 7inise
, Torn rum.
i"7-if 0. W MACFAUI.ANF.ACO
TTOTICE OK REMOVAL.
KC"ir2VE-A.3Sr B I-J. OS.
lllklH HI.XCi: OP IIUI.VFSS
.Vo. r.s Qin:j:x srutmr,
Next door to W. (I. Irwin & Co ,
APRIL 1st, 184.
thanking the pnhlit for lheirlibrvtlatr6n'ijdurlnj
the pise seventeen )eor, they will do llielr Iwst 10 re
tain the same at then nee, store. 184301
closure & of Sale.
111 accurdjlice lAltli a HOr of tLitr cant.iir.. tn
crrlnin morteir untie by f C CiAKKIl'IT lo S. C
AI.lXN'aiiJM l. KOHIN'SON..Imc,l .u. -a,i. .1..
pf Ma. ifiPj.rt.conJesJlnl.lx'r 8n, .jw 118419; Notict
islierct Riven tlut tins awigiiceof loni niortgaaie in
iciijis, 10 1 mxiose laia m-vrtjpe, for condition, broken.
.I11U uiion Mid forcdoMire uilt wll at puMic nucllort nt
me Mic-i ni imi i 1, 1 . AUdin-i in iiniwjiuiu, on
Snturdny, tho 3rd day otMny 1884,
,tia.M of Kiiii (Ja.the premU tetcrile-in uA
niort fiagc ft, helow upccified. -s
Funhfr partUtiWr can be hid of C. Afont,
iiliUTIlC) ill L8W, '
II II. .MAtf-AKbANF.,
Assignee of MortR .ge
Proliertv to be sold rointtri.es n !e.u. nf v.-ihtl.tH
Icane and trrarini finds at Aim inattu, Knolaiirioko,
want, onsinsllj esemtea bj Ihe Kijtlt Ke,v, llnhop
Maigrcr to Willi uu VVeieht and thence bv iisiliI ccmi-
... n..m ,K -!.l I r- rf! .. C..I I.. Z I ... .
., .u.v.i. ... .y ,. v. ...itr.-ii oahi icnse lias ai'iiut
four jesrs vet to run, stub Ihe .rWlopoof renewal fi
a further t.rm ef ten sears, jn.l enil.r..e !.. .1.
aeres altead J fct.ccd and jinprosed. sHh the prtsHe,-e
of sddin; to said area.
Atso Incl tded Wit hi 1 the term of tM t m.,rtic .- .l
to lt sutd ns above, ,-ir.t a dstliinf bousvand the
materials for a sugar mill on sai I premises and n fiivan-
ini ci ing ir 111 icninery in Itonoluln nm! elwliere.
Ifunofufit. Auril stfi. i23a. iBS-at
p cMKDIAN'S SACK.
Keul tnto on IsTiauvtin Stroot.
Kj1 order of A J (jrlwiuln, j,., Ilusidiaii minor
lliildren of ?; S. f Ills slid under ilia sutlionl if the
Court, I will sell at Public Auction, on
SATURDAY, A PUN. 12,
At ta iiaqii, .a my Sj.s-siroun.. ilut certain I'iccc
I-ina on iMiuanu Avciiiip,
Adjoining the Reservoir Land
I sls7lll .017,
n.;-.l.iD..rt) iiplrav-iiHlv fttt(t.iled cn llir lull juit
aUi.e the SfcuiM Hride unj .1 ahl Kvaii-m fr n
n.KMsS CASH, Deedn nt epene uf purchaer.
K. i tttAJtS,
l . . -a. ' --
a.,, w. .11. ..vMiMuni hi me wgngarje,
Ill order of the rrusleesoril.. Lunahlo V.,.,. .1. -
inortias-ees of a certain niortuaze nnile. t J. f. k C.
Mem ten and .Marv A Siemsen Ids ifL, lined the Cth
OuoUr, A. D. itSi: I shiH sell at anrtlon for casli
foreonditiott lirokes, at noon,
Ou tho tfSth day of Aiull, 1881.
At inj MleariMim tn Munolulu,
77; OU.VII'M'G A'i.l. ASJ'ATS
A Ccttaitt Piece of ind situate at Naiaiku. in
llanulus in the Island of llv.aii, stllli dwellin
h uv an titiirocuiciitstliervoti, 65f Acres.
M0RTGAf5HF.'S SALE UNDER POWER
of Sale Contained In tint Mottk'Sfrn.
Ily order of S. It Dole, tnottaasen of a s-eruin
mortsvss made I) Stintor and Sarah K Suiiler hli
Hlfc. ilaleil Ilia loth June, A. 1), iBJoi I shall nil fur
entiditions Lrokett, at riodii,
Ou thu SiHtb. (U or April. 1884,
At my .Salesroom u Honolulu, lint fill.isnuj lncls
LOT l. IIoim laa In SmiiIi Koim, HaalL near
llie rrsidines of Kti, J 1 1. Pans vtilh de)lniB Wse
and improvements ihereon. i Acre.
101 a. A ideesof laiidsltilileln ShiiIi Koim and
knots liar KafukaU. . tr
A liirest of land sltujlt ljul.ln'lli Knu,
I of K, P. aoio, Ajii)i'"til jesfe'
Wtn a siit of K, P. aoio. Ajutfyu to resfe
. ALbO.-llytd.r of V. K. UallrAitorTrtV (
betn A siit
bunttr, a irtlain piecti of I-and situate iiilKecnuVa it
ssllhoqih Kona, denld lo K. P. it7iaic!'l'itoii
( umnunas. on acres. "
1 AND AT SOUTH KONA, Hawaii.
I am ln.iruclrJ n. ..(T.t m puljic itHtvn,
At latAlock nooo, .1 Salesroom,
Tfcisl Cnrtntu Pttrcos of JCu.nl.
ijlJSIe t KlAhiki, South Kon., ltiivs.it, nrul nu
partnulx y itssinted in kujsl Paln a u,, 1. t
Ays'd v)jjt r. lo Jsahul.sjk.ini, tniaiiii as aj., ot
s 61-icsi av iH ll ihs apinineimice. and .as,unl.
thereto UUnylti, 'lliaregr ' t
It ItutlilttfJi fjUtt fi IVivW,
B. I'. ApAUjt,
JsOTlCn OP AtSIONKUSifiALR
1 ha lslirw. jf ilsj, hjm. .. r i1 slsi'.uii . - ,
ksslra,,, ,U .ffer f. .; ,.1pM'm.'rc AtRrilOrs1'
f in'Tt4iu Mr ice
lsl, .!r or APKTi,, , .
Al in a si, AT '1(11'. S-kUfiKOOll, QV js.
AI),Vs,iWsi.sJMi1fli.rvfa Vtl hilf tae
els Usaof rail Ih (h ftU uul.i mt
Lot of LauJ bi Mattsj VUv. '
eMf-llw isvkTtspifLuMtei. uitw. Ifanajl, ll.ul
f.auai ts,tljMl Va H.ls Site (r s-iluwie
tsar sks iO,sisliMs.
K.r. j 1 1. ifv,
ItV'onler of llr-r Majesty lateen Dlsai-rr Finnvt
lion, sins liethH- I'siitial ll,sI-on,the itndersstne-l
stllal I'lHll.tl M'l-riON at Ms Svtesss-ssim ,n
Minnliii, A in II 'iS'lh,
At rs o'clock m-on the fsUosrina kesl P.state, fitusted
l lli-nolaliianit VVaiklkl. Itlcnd of Othnl
SO I All of those premises situated un Mefthsnt
Jress in llonolnht, knossn as llortobihi Hale, h-tin-j
tin aati-s sn,ls-i now otsritpied by ihr Adreeiis-.,
Wnrrsvny, lie Mote ft-rniellr oct-Uneil bv j. VV
Molslrtsori A Co., ami the s-emises ncsnpled by V It
IJIStl, Kk , esomprlslnc a tlisn of Arts I, 1. C A
No teOaS t Kamehtmeha j.L
NO. -stl those premises al Pamoo, near .Vuuanu
., Iltsmtula, adjoining prefitrses tsf Rer. Dr. Dinion,
bavtnmui area est Sa un of an acre, belli! na. ij,
1 C A., toflivS.
NO ,.,mi ,, ,M(t f .( !,,! , j,,,,,, i,,,,),,.
Vlklki.eontln!ni it seres, Mtnj Xtia. lansl stof
said a want
N'O. e All lhat tract of Rksj Ijind at kalatnainana,
vvaltclk), eentafitinc tl on tot, arres, la-itu Asv ia of
N')j vll thai Isnki l.sml al Ninahl Wail ill,
esnVsSsmfrtil f acres 6 Au , n, eltarns leiuj Aoa. 10 ol
NO Allllist kab. Utsl at Mauliilikepa, W.I
klki, CNnlihVnVj8)r tores of an acre, lieing- A(st ,j of
NO -AII lhar ttareel of land al Ijliairia, .Maul,
known as Pa llalekuinanl, nmlalnlnf Ms-iAuoifaii
aote. beint Asl. J of said asard
Derdt at the
I InrMlulu, Aarll ist, 1M4
I liase rwelreil tnslriiclsin from S. II. Dole, t'ui .
i r"v'ia".riXll:' "' k' f Tl" l "Her for, ale at PUII
l.lts AUCI ION, on
Monday, April 2H.
At n oVIoek nn.in at S,lesro6ni,
A T Ihv irt-SICT I' HICK of ,'.,' O
lTi.il crrliiin mtcf ,,r .- .r Ia.i .. t, .r
Mrcct, With Ihv tuuMinjc and hnfm)vrii.rni thtrfmn'
.!.!. If K,
Ily Onler of the .Irustees of the Lunslde Halite, t
shall sell al Public Atielion. I OH CVtll, on
Montlny, tho 2tth day of April.
A. D. Ifl(,l ia o'clock noon, il-e follonlnt
V AL ITs. 23 I.E
ir finish .or,,
Lauds at Malcapsla, Koliala, Hawaii :
.Ts?s'ifJ'r iS"m ""' PUT 1-nd on die en aid of
HO!ll,"i"' Ihr railnsWr ami aitiotf.bn Asiuakr..
TX) I' KaJo Iai.it and liiM-ttsJc, rmilif r-4 tM nf
AHkflirah, nrrtr the rnilnl, Hiul .utj-iinlfic Nmlii.
LOT i Cone, KaU .iiJ Pmiure 1 ,40 J rtn tht- ua
Mtle of the iiianfrn (.rt if MlAul( diiidtntuc
IX lhr itutiLn portion of MUiU, mtli
wiwxtlanil xji artf.
Lands at WaUliUr Molokal ;
IO I' (--Oiio Ki.lo wirh a "loi V.-lc " lnow
I otpuu; .ituMctliu a)uiw 1 fif Kjmnnj' kutc.nu, f
t a nf an auc
.Ol kia And KuU liiiit, tiliui ui lit fjs,i
I rnk iiilhc ktrrni ailjotnjiijt jiiAtii tif lili
: i i3o ui no arrr.
1 '.J Jl.1 ftt.d Kh lJUkU -MlHil" .4lll.Q .(
UmLailicurrniiial Ju lumtimi mUU tl )a uiu -.
cropej hy the pill Ik ntAii, 2 Il aitf n.
xft " -
.JP.' 5" " anJ.'ii"-ttj mi ttie iiuuLa imii ef
W aialiu. tS '-.w acr
91 wntan l-sti IroniprKin.' the wpii in
of auliti. )ij v isisj Mtx. r
, ' .
Lands at Kapaliulu, Island of Oalitt :
.. ' 01 -' - -rss
la It I ..ton acte. IaiI
1 ' 0!. l ' H-louaere.
I 1. ! 4 ....... K t n.
4 08.1.U acte. It fi i ,6-iisi acte. Ia II
S3-tooaiT Lot I-- i6nrres.
1lcsiiiliiMs,inaikedliv letters ars sltusle no Ihe
lunch st Ke-ilawal, e.,.1 of IlUtin.l Pes.1, ftuniiri on
snndfn.m llniisliiluhf wi of KaplnLinl park run
llnirl-elvierii Ihem ami i, ... .iul ... ...t.nl.i rn.
J jM.imrv re.t.kiicsMiilij,ilfnli;tlea f..fie-a Imihlua.
V,l,3ttl,-'"u,t I-Klliesr Kait!ilani Ptiki within
r-jttn uf nrlesUit tsam, 3 9S.tisiacrns.
'"i H Patlura ntvl sralJ? near Kntclanl Patkj
ttliintaaehrf artesian teeter at oo.tsianrs.
, Ipl Jrl'aMtirr til raU ..nd near Kailctaiil
.i it i. m nm.!..!! iiHiirr ia oiik acres.
'.Ol' 11 -I'.aMuie and urahle Unl near K.olol.ul
, williln itsich ol nllfsl.il vt.ler. s JO-iou ai-res.
I Of j, !'. inre Ijcml near KkubLn.l l'.,k
'S too acres
I.OI JJ-Pa-tlirslaisI llnar Ks.l-.lio,l P.ik J wllliin
reara of attesuvi wstcr t vrumfrnttri
101 l failure tinl liiiliidirv: Diamond lle.ct
ili liedliiIr i ire.w,'of all llis nhl. 7; ire.
1.0 1' 3; PaMltreliiuJ mskal uf nud, vc4 of 'lele.
traidi innion 5 5 acres,
19 ' . Jr',,"i. land tnalkal of iscd, e4 X' 'e
Tdi Ststlan. 3t nsiws v
I "I , P-tsirs latal u the slo invuV. o( fo.d,
ear ll'4phStlon jj sH.n.,airv
Ia7I 4o--IIie KspVuilii "4 fi.li').
The Ahupus of Walrtiull, Islanrl of Kauai 1
'I Ids Ulad .ill U adv-nliusl irnie fully In detail later.
IU Piss of this rHvuerty re., tl aeiM m h ,JSii, of
K. P. ADAMS,
OnTGAOEES NOTlCUcf SALE
f flintottoiiof H. . Wstrnua 1 the nioriiajs. ruined
1 "",' ' iVr of art,a. M (Id "bsr islh,
ijit t.. h ,.,(w) wi ft,ihu! (w) to atM II. A.
VV Ulsin..tii l mii dltscts. Iq iith M uuUsf .urllon i
MQtUOAX, APRIIa UtU.
At ,. ikwi u n Mlfaewm, in Honolulu, all lin
I Vlive of PiiirW. uf lAti4t
lfi(aui c Palx-a, Waluus, lOid ofO.hu, aisl Urn.
1 Si, ij,, L.,,,1 .(jlSesI in Ko,-al P.tesit "So, SJ
Kveuna XUH wWs I'o furthn uV 0I11 . ajdi 1
1 . 1 B ''
jOf.loCftiJ I tlr,Miii, Altortvt)ial Ij
'y" i wmp -"
i T OT AT KAIM01.ANI l-AUK.
Ou Muti.Uy, Ajiril ZtHk-
r.i. c.i. TU
rnssi. e4 wnic.iy Ik dl.iilrisavs.in ,iM !
c ,a r. t scit 10.1. emu 1. aiesBi... .
Is. IrastrsA tsf ii,s jaM lusue Ij.ie tail vsm
sltreravcbuar. (MCkoflklslo sii ,. mU 9si .
l-.iu.;ito uk.iv.. sun sam t-, olk-d Sav
the wtiMs.,1 aMc.ua s eU U'm .,. I.s, I isjWfl,
ss(, I.j(,ci. l.iw.L.Ja, '
lt.4l at VurrkKter't -V'fii.e,
K f. Ah MM,
V J.'Maiiy.f,'M'-s I millrjrerai awilou lls,i U
uf hniffAtktaiMiui At.u.. Ii.isu ., 1.47.11. .a
KlriUiili'JjacfiM m V.OoUwi -e --'' I'mjaafif I
' km s's-iof ( lj (.w,i,, 1.4. int. vimBM
. Jrr-iiraJv-ri-A -lms
It "f Jl . . "
lattilasli iS-fT-Vi 11 Ti'lT, aVSifi-al ftai'l AnltaiL .1,