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s Time Table for 1881.
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I ity of Sydney Jan
JitTf New y. irk.. March
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t ity jf Sydney May
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':lcf New York... .July
.ity of ydney
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Cit r.f .-y-ltiy lf-
I- Y.alnm .....
1 1 city of Sylcey...
II I uy f New York.
6 City of yiliitv. ..
1 4 ity of Nrw Yrk
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21 Australia '
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May 21 itrr.r C P. E.hop. from Es:;ai
21 Mokolii. frvni fcoolan
21 !iir Likeiiice. from H:lo
jjcr Kekaaluohi. from Ha:.eiei
i:l Sctr L-.fc. from Hon'.ipu
-j0til J4'-iel. fr.ia Waialua
; Si nr Pa.iahi. f rm llcuakua
i ; t:ur Iwalarit. from Kona n'l Kau
ii iy 'tr J-ncy Waik'r. fr'im Hllo
It Sfcr l ilauia. fr.in Kohala
Tj Wai'.li. from pjuuhaii
"ijc-tr Liholiino, f.r K.naaii 1 K i
."-lmrJ4n.n Mk-. fr .co Kauai
ji-sii.-hr Cfctarina. fj"rn Kauai
-cbr Li.ka. tf iu K-aa-li
2." Prinre, f rn Kaauakakai
2; !.-br Waitnal.. frmi K"k"
'.1-IIavr 1A Kalakaua, Jm,U. M la s f
jl-m -k !;:i-na Vi-ta. Calh .i.n.. fr 1 itf - i.
j.j-Bit California MUav-.. fr.iu N- w.-a-tl. NSW
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i - ri. bktn- fcun.a. V.rllr.. I. day-, fr-iu S I
:-Stu.r K i'.i-tJ"r. f r Nawiliwili
j i.ta.r M'. k . 111. 1 r K-lau
s.-iir Wai ;!-. I r Malik.
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--.tmr l-hua. f r Maul mud M l"ai
,trnr b.ilair H " " Katiulm
- K. Iir Mari. u. f r Kukuitarl--s.
nr Ktiu'.t, l-r Kahului
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'V-. hr Kaukr.lij. hi. f r ilanaUi
M,ur Jm Mak--. f r ka a
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t Ila tir Katun fi-tm rui--21-Aru
-ktn I nit r. f r n balla-t
ISr bk a.iipbll. Ifu l 'a
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a bk cti-air. liat b'l It. V 'r
tjr t iv.irr, K-'Ulf j. lir-:uru
Utw bk h.al. Itlifw. Ilrrmru
U.i. bk I.. lam. fcr-:un. loaUiuK
bk Ami'. fan.lt-M. N'W. at.r. N
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M H M f l'nti. I'lb arin Ilau.l
Br t Obrr-.n. Harrry. I.iTrri.l
.iu bk!.. .ll Turnrr. mu i ii' ' "
011KI; VKNKI IV I'OHT.
Vu bv.-tne M 'nun? Mar. I'.ray
t rrn. h bk Nctr' lmr Ainuiatn. f . Jar.- t
lir bk I'a.-iU.- lir". KaiX'-i
ir bk Hiisbflyrr. .H. hlirn.auu
(tr bk Iu- a. alt:uan.
tt Ik I.a-ly I.ii.p n. Mr-t ii.
Am bktue .Monitor.
m bktne tnrrki
Haw bk Kalakaua
Atu br W 11 M'jrr
Am bk California
Am bk Kama Vi-ta
Tli Charub.r of I. puti- ot Mexico havtr uiiaiil
luwuIy ain-rovt-J of Citaia F.aUV "bip railway i-roj.-ct.
TL f 4i .in' nr.ti. e spp'-an in th- San Frauri-.-..
' ""U an.l artT Jutw? 1. 11. fir-t-cla- irru. Kiving
blanof iivr fronU duration, at interval of seventy
i tu.l, will bf !..iinlf. iluriiu tblt k aud fo-Ry w atb r
at 1'oibt Ir Imht i-tation. California, iustra.l of the
ii-aiu bi.-.tie u In line."
uu irll-l-ta five-matrj soh.H'iirr M snccrj.!.fiilly
Uum -b.l at T..lrU.. Obn. iu tin j r--ncp of uuM pw.j.If.
ll-r I i 2T." feet, ber leoutli over all 277 feet, and lu r
l itil rarrvitm aj-a. ity 1'M) bu-bels of Krain. H,.r
I 'aiu n ! et 7 lut h-H. aud art rai;: depth 21 feet. Mie
. arr.en two larii' t entre-lxard. one 2" the other 27 fec-t
in lru'tli and her hve masH. with all nail ipreaL, will
arry ' mj yarl of ranva-i. When fully loaded she will
inw 1 ieet The -ot of thi ves-.-el, rea.ly f.r sailing,
will be JUi.X.
The ure-'..n Katlway and Navigation Coiiipany' xteaui-
hip Columbia, on a "late trip, made the run from Siau
Fran, i.-w o t l'ortland in fifty-two hour, with 2.-l tons
of freight. Kuriniiii; tuue, bfty hours, being the fatet
time on reeord-
The f ,It..win; U'-tn'e apj ared iu San Franii.-' o papers:
if ! Mail Sieawship C. Special notice to llono
lulu .'hii-pern. wititf to the itrin!ent iuarantiue reifn
Jati. .1 I.i trie iVIouiei, the Steamer Zealalidla. to nail
M iv -Ih. will . all at Ifotioliilu. to leave passeu'orr and
I.:-;.-, but will take no freight to land at that port.
UiLUAJl.-. lfiiluxb X Co., General AgeuU."
., s. F. ' mv " the Sprockets Brothers have now
. ven vi el, in the Honolulu San Francisco trade, aud
ripect b double the number."
The surprise. late butne Niclaus. Jai k(ou. master, ban
b. n uiider.-iiu a thorough overhauling, aud will u-a
Le ..ut of the haiid.4 of ttie nhipwrii:ht. when she will lie
t r a.lv for a wtth.-ut delay. Her destination i how
ever not known, altho" we have heard that it i probable
he may v." t" eaiuoa.
m.ui.t nt n iMkii UL-.
H M.-yep. for San Franrieo. n.s n. tolay
l.ady Lamp-on. for Sati Francisco. May :J'th
r-ureka. for San I rau. Mco. May
ilu. a. f. r n Fran. i o. J uue 1st
halnku. f. r San Fran.f. . June 2J
V i:.c slope. f .r l'uet Sound. tht Uajr
l LM 1 It A U I.
Klott of bark Kalakaua. Jenk. Master. Sailed from
Pan Fraiii.-o Mar ."th. with a tu.jderate wind from XW,
aud fine weather. Took the XE trade In lat 24 I.ui
lUv h.vl them ll.'ht with freueut shower of
ram S.lited Maul at 1) A M. May l th. Have La I the
win U very Ibt aim e. ArriTed iu p-'rt May 2l-t.
Keport of bktne Eureka. C'apt Nordberif. Sailed from
Sail I'rau. i'. o May nth. wind liht gY. accompanied with
heavy fo;. a the loth had Kuo.1 breeze frem WNW.
Ink trade la Iat2 2i' N. lon 1 -"J s W, aud kej.t
thnu fr t.vo il ya only, win.l then shifting to FE and
SE. h.;ht iu I l.artlibi.'. a riompauied with very heavy rain
tortu. Sighted the Iiland allUflAMon Saturday,
the jit lust, but on a. o-.uctcf calnis Uul not arrive off
I). anion. I Head until t P M on the 2.:nL Wa towed inf.
o.n n sa.ne date by stuir Wainianalo. making a 11 day
Fr rn Sim Fran. is. o. per VT IX Meyer. 3Iay 2- . bbl
flour. 41 d. beef. Jl mules. II h.res. bbU salmon, '.fl
in ri. k. ka ground barley. 1 !.. la shingles. 12 ctls
..!,.'IJil. barley. ."s ks potatoes. 2. bbls lime. .U1
From Newcastle. N YV. per California. May i IJH
U.U Wallsen.i roal.
Frin Port T..wnend. per Uuena Yista. 3Iay 2:1 I.VJ.76.H
It Hue I imber. 7i). i.ti ft Urcased.200 tu ahniils. Ji) in laths.
Pii Kt m i A Jaeger. W Turner. B F EhteM Jk Co.
UoUister C". J I lowsett. Prof F l Swift. A W Kicb
ardson Co. T I! lavies. M J Koae. A J Cartwriifbt. A W
Hush. Iiliini(ham k. Co. W U Irwin t o. H ij.ier i Co.
I I y man br-.s. Allen A I"obins..n. F. U Hall Jt son. A 31
VU'llis. L u scresuTtcb 4 Co. 1 K i'yfe. Thos Sorensori.
J T Waterhouse tc Co. Hoard of Kdacatlon. II Hackfeld Jk
-a, C i) lu-wr. H 4 odd. Wilder Jc Co. II M Moore.
4'ajt Fuller. Lewrra it Coike, Castle Jc Cooke.
Pi W II Mrvra W rt Irwin k Co. Relies Jk Co. Lame
i Co. C :r-wer Co. John Wetr. Uoanl of Health. Hon
' B Bishop. M M -Inerny. and Chinese firms.
i'rt('ii.ir"Si C llrewer k. Co.
Pea iters Visia Ha. kfcld k Co.
Pea EiUkiri-Tb.i Lack. C E Hansen. Dillingham k
c. A Jaeger. T W Bawlin. C K Williams. II Uackfeld &
o. W i:t.'har Ison k Co. Whitney jk Itobertson. F T
Lenefcau X Co. lowers X Cooke. C Brewer Jk Co. Kobt
Levy. M II Kee.1. II A I' Carter. C McCauley k Co. Dr ier.
From San Francisco, per California. May ', John
Turn San Francisco. r W II Meyer.May i:t tiranville
Piru. James Foster.
From 5an Francisco, per Kalakaua. May 21 Mr
Ii.ibelia Mix. Ldward Waller, Oeorge Putnam. Frank
Frm Sau Francisco, per Eureka, May 24 Mrs A Lonir.
J la Archbold. t hi Bssth. I' Stream. W Best. U Haly.
rtuise. 11 Nutter. lavlii Power.
In this ity. May 2Mh, to the wife of Fire Marshal
James M. i.uire. son.
P. M. S. S- Co.
A Romantic Second Marriage. Professor
ProcCor the Knglish as tronome?-, will be married
to Mr. Robert Crawley, of St. Joseph, Mo., in
the month of May next. Tbi eesins to indicate
that the r.rofeseor has no faith in Ids prediction
that a comet will knock things high"n kite in
July next rifiht in the midst of bis honeymoon.
There U a bit of rocianee connected with this
second marriage; Mr. tnd Mrs. Crawley and
Mr. and Mr. Proctor met in Australia, whitlier
3Ir. Crawley went for hi health and Mrs. Proc
Cor fsir hers. Roth died about the time time,
the bereaved ones sited the mutual tear, took the
mme steamer home, and the result is, wili
ailin down the stream of life together. Mrs.
Crawley it saU to be a refined lady, and will be
a fit companion for the English astronomer. Ilia
ICe is fort j-f oar. Lew . The proussor visited
St. Joseph, February I5th, remained a month to
sake preliminarie, and after the wedding the
couple wiU m J.ke a tour of the world. A-aeri-can
To znake lemon butter, dissolve ocd capful of
gazar in th juice of a large lemon; beat three
Tery light, mix well with the augar, put a
rlece of butter be si of a walnu ; in a pan, asd
Wheor Mted pou;'o.the mitjnr-V" III! uij
'leg- r.-u:. ; y
ford . i3
.MAY 28, 1831.
National Drink Bills.
The London Times in its issae of April let,
furnishes some curious and instructive informa
tion on the subject f national expenditure in
il' .'ik. The system of excise is so complete in
Jr.Mt JJritain, that a much closer estimate of the
nmunl coneumpticn of intoxicating liquors can
bo obtained there than is possible in most coun
tries. AIrboukfi the past few years have been
unpro-pt..u and people have bad economy
forced upon them, the drink bill' of the
United Kingdom for 1830 reached the enormous
total of 122,279,275, or say $011,400,000.
This is the expenditure under pressure of bad
times ; in 1876 when things were still prosperous
it was $125,000,000 more. The correspondent
who furnishes these figures to the Times accom
panies them by a very ingenious comparison,
calculated to arrest the attention of all readers.
The object of his letter was to illustrate the vast
imrort3nce of the subject he wrote about, lie
points to the absorption of the time of the British
Parliament, and the attention of the public, in
connection with the Inch Land queotion, and the
reflect of the drink" question, and endeavors
to -how that the latter is really of greater magni
tude than the other.
'Let us look," he ay, " at one feature of
the land question and the liquor question. In
Great Britain according to M r. Caird the average
rent of agricultural land is estimated at 30s. per
acre. In Ireland from returns which are issued
Lv the Government, it appears to be about los.
per acre. Iu Great Britain there are 32,101,909
acres returned as cultivated land, which at 30s.
-rives H,152,&63 : iu Ireland 15,3.7,.SoG acres,
which at !. gives 11, i S1S,3;2 giving a total of
L'J,Cl,'2"t. Comparing these figures with the
total of the drink bill it will be heeu that even
with the reductions which have taken place
li.iring the la-t three or four years in our drink
i-i!I. it vet no .re than doubled the entire rental
. ( :tll the :i-tii'ultural land in the United King-
! ui. In Ireland which is utmost wholly agri
cultural, and where so much deplorable destitu
tion exists, the rental of the land amounts to
tll.ol ,o-'2 ; but during the ten years ending
ls7: the people of Ireland ient on an average
I3.23.102 eac h year in intoxicating liquors, or
C2.3o7.21u (ay "$11,o3;,0"jO.) more than the
entire l.m.l rental of the country. This takes no
eignizaiife of the indirect lossess resulting from
drinking. It will need no Kujivrior intellect to
.so.- that if a reduction of the rent burden would
pr-.ve so highly beneficial, even greater would
i.e the "In-uetits which would result from the
addition of the drink burden, and it shows too
how contrary to reason it is that the House of
(' millions should devote so much time to the
less r question, and none to that which is so
very much greater.
Without criticising the logic of the final
conclusion arrived at by this writer we are
bound to say that the illustration of one of the
evil! of our drinking customs is as ingenious and
startling as it is novel.
It is nt easy to arrive with any exactitude at
the amount of the Hawaiian " drink bill.'' The
values declared at the time of the importation of
winen, beer, and spirits, etc.. brought into this
port in 1830, amount to $131,219. This includes
an average proportion of what appears as "charges
on invoices' in the Custom's Returns. If we
add to this the amount of duties paid, $150,170,
we find the wholesale value of imported liquors
duty paid to be $237,339. The goods taken out
of bond during the year, and those imported
were not exactly identical, but these figures
must approximate closely to the truth. There
were abo some importations at Kahului and
Ililo, but the returns for these porta do not
distinguish between liquors and other goods
We may, however, venture to estimate the
imports there at an amount sufficient to bring up
the total drink bill to $300,000 for 1880. We
have not the means of comparing this with the
annual rent of land in the Kingdom. Rut certain
figures are available which are worthy of const
deration. Last year the Finance Minister esti
tinted the revenue to be obtained from the land
tax for the biennial period 1880-82 at $125,000
As this tax is levied at the rate of of one per
cent, per annum, such an estimate presupposes a
valuation of the real estate of the Kingdom at
$8,333,300. We have nothing to assist us to
separate the agricultural land from this, so as
to estimate from the grots value what its annual
rental may probably be. Rut comparing this
gross asscsecd value with our estimate of the
drink bill we find that the latter amounts to
31 per cent, on the whole value of the landed
estate ol the Kingdom ! And this in a country
in which the major portion of the population are
f .rbidden to drink at an.
The Times concludes the article in which it
discuses the letter we have quoted from, with
some forcible, and only too truthful remark",
which are as applicable to other countries as to
that in which they were written to our own
amonr the rest. We cannot more suitably
conclude this article than Dy quoting them.
With reaard to the main question.the national
drink bill, and the prevalence of excessive and
..vtrvii"ant dnnKing, unnecessary 11 uoi worse,
. ,. rn"Hshman must feel sore and anxious
nljont it. UriDklllg uuuies us, vouiouutis us,
1, noes us. and mocks us at every poiut. It out
wits alike the teacher, the man of bnsiness, the
patriot, and the legislator. Every other institu
tions tl'ounders in hopeless difficulties; the pub-
i.M.onse holds it tnumpnant course, ine act
ministrators of public and private charity are
t nt alms and oblations go with rates.doles,
and pensions to the all-absorbing bar of the
t.ublii-honse. But the worst remains. Not a
vear passes in either town or village without
. 1 t.l.luiiu uj.t.ei.lil stilt
some llliexpecieti mu
rome of habitual indulgence, often small and
innocent iu its origin. Some poor creature,
long and deservedly high in the respect, perhaps
reverence, of the neighorhood, makes a sudden
shipwreck of character. Under the aecumn
latin" influence of alcohol, aggravated, perhaps,
bv other still more powerful, still more treacher
ous agencies, the honest man tnrns knave, the
re spec table man suddenly loses principle and
sell-respect, the wise man is utterly foolish, the
ri idlv moral man forgets his mask and his code
and takes a plunge into libertinism. It then
turns out, what possibly some have suspected,
that drink is at the bottom of it, and that some
poor wife or other friend has long been doing
the lest that could be done to check, to cure,
and at all events to hide, till the truth would be
out Of course, on such occasions, rivals and
comtitors in the race of life are not to be
.U uied their paltry triumph. It would be much
more to th purpose to take the warning, and do
something towards staying the huge mischief
which, in one way or another, confounds us all,
ami may, for we cannot be sure crush, and ruin
any one of us,
The P. C. Advertiser office has just fin
ished the printing of 500 copies of Bible
stories for the Gilbert Archipelago Mission.
The work is gotten up by the Hawaiian
Board of Missions, and translated into the
language of the (Jilbert Islands by Mrs.
Rev. H. Bingham. The work Is illustra
ted by numerous cuts; nd the stories and
illustrations must be a highly interesting
and instructive contribution to the Inform
ation of the poor islanders. We readily
Imagine tba joy of simple men and women
taught to read ; yet shut out by language
from the vast ocean of human knowledge
in print, when they shall get hold of this
clearly printed and interesting picture
book, and seated beneath their wide thread
ing pandanus shades on Tapetuea, Ape.
mana, or Apaaing shall read stories that
give hope and inspiration about a new and
better life. The Hawaiian Board send thi9
book to those for whom' it is intended by
return of Morning Star. They are scatter
;4 1 , d see ,- y , , '1 . ,
Wk have sought from time to time to
arouse public attention to a consideration
of the importance of an official inspection
of buildings and nuisances ; but it required
the tumble donvn of a school bnilding- and
the death of a fellow being to start public
opinion. Sydney Smith said that a certain
reform in English railway cars, would not
be effected, until a Bishop had been burnt
up in one.
Now we are not in need of more laws. It
is no use waiting for a legislature for re
formation. "We could get along very well
for a while without any more law-making.
We only want men and good administra
tion. For instance, In reference to the
matter under consideration ; we have a
law that says: ""Whenever any member
of the Board of Health, or its agent, shall
think it necessary for the preservation of
the lives, or health of the inhabitants, to
enter any land, building, or vessel, for the
purpose examining into, and destroying,
removing, or preventing any nuisance, or
cause of sickness," or danger to life ; such
officer, or agent ; " may destroy, remove,
or prevent," the cause or possible occasion
In view of this law, no doubt, and of all
the responsibility that it implies, the Presi
dent of the Board of Health recently noti
fied the trustees of the Musical; Hall, that
the main portal on King street opened in
ward; and that the side doors were closed
and keys for same not accessible when re
quired; and pointing out the possibility in
case of any accident calculated to create a
panic, that - a rush of people might be
jammed inside with only imperfect and
risky outlets from smashed windows. This
was a wise and thoughtful admonition of
the Chief of the Health Department, ap
propriate to the proper exercise and due
responsibility of his office ; and said trus
tees have not failed to proceed to correct
the error In the construction of the building,
aud entirely remove that cause of danger.
But now in regard to another building,
designed for public uses, that recently tum
bled down. Was the Head of Public Health
and Safety, exercising his wonted vigilance
in this direction ? It is said ; and perhaps
many will testify that they noticed defects
of construction at the beginning ; observed
from time to time sags and bulges, and
heard the snappings and crackings of a
badly devised, and badly built frame-work
of weak timbers; and all this could be
talked about and commented upon for
months and weeks without once attracting
the attention of the President of the Board
of Health; or of his right hand man for
information and execution, the Marshal of
the Kingdom. Surely in the fall of the St.
Louis school building, these high officials
should take some share of the responsibility.
After witnessing a second time tha perform
ance of this charming comic operatfa by our
talented amateurs, we were pleased to notice a
marked improvement on the first representation ;
good as that was. The general effect and ren
dering of Pinafore at the Music Hall, last Tuesday
evening, was very satisfactory to a large and
highly respectable audience.
When a company of amateurs offer an enter
tainment for a charitable purpose, the usual feel
ing on snch occasions, of the audiences that
have been persuaded to patronize the affair, is
one of good-natured forbearance towards a grat
uitous and imperfect effort ; but such a feeling
is not at all called for on this occasion of ama
We ieel, indeed, that we ought to drop the
term amateur, as applied to the ladies and gen
tlemen of Honolulu who have been recently
representing Pinafore in our new Hall, and rate
them, and speak of them, as professionals; cer
tainly, we must say speaking from a large ex
perience that we do not know where we should
look for better evidence of professional sase and
finish of performance. Of course, we can find
occasion for criticism of some particulars ; but
looking at the tout ensemble of costume, make
up, and raise en scene noting the harmonious
movement of dramatic action ; and listening to
the fine and well finished vocalization of the
whole company ; we cannot appreciate that even
the Mapleson troupe, fresh from Loudon, whom
our critic saw in New York City, a short while
ago, represent Carmen and ether operas, could
put this operetta on the boards more effectively
than our amateurs. Understand, as we have said
before, we have not t discuss high operatic
achievement. This performance does not call for
it : but what it does call for, our home artists
have shown that they can render, as smoothly
and as satisfying to an intelligent audience, as
any professionals could have done. The tone
and style of Miss Luce, as Josephine, is all that
could be desired. In ber impersonation she de
lights the eye and the ear. Mr. Walker's Ad
miral illustrates a nice and careful study. Mr.
Harnden 's Ralph, and Mrs. Harnden's Butter
cup are well gotten up, and perfectly satisfying
performances. Mr. Swanzy's Captain, and Mr.
Atkinson's Boatswain are the presentations of
careful students and artUts. Mr. Iloulds worth's
Deadeye is the dramatic foil intended by the
author ; the cynical Tbersites of the Camp,
whose growl heightens the general melody of a
vocal man-of-war, including the charming Cousin
Hebe, and all the Cousins, and the Sisters, and
We say we noticed on this second representa
tion of Pinafore, a marked improvement on the
first performance. We recognized a much more
distinct articulation. The run of the dramatic
action was much smoother ; and the vocalization
showed a more careful finish in every part. The
orchestral accompaniment of Prof. Berger and
assisting musicians was excellent, as usual, nnd
contributes so largely to the success of this per
formance. Our amateurs have now disclosed their gifts ;
and they owe a duty and a responsibility to the
community, not tq b'de them away u napkins.
They must let their artistic lights ehine before
a generation that needs tasteful and inspiring
entertainment. Let them ctnsecrate our new
Hall as a temple for the worshjp of art in many
forms. They have done so much, tbey must do
more, and satisfy tie advancing expectations of
their society and their fellow-citizens.
At the close of the performance last Tuesday
evening, the 24th, the birthday of the illustri
ous British Empress was recognized by the en
thusiastic sjogiog.aU standipg Cotnpany .chorus j
and audience of" CJod Save the Queen." Long
live Victoria, the Mother and Sovereign, revered
and loved by the pations in every quarter of the
We must notice that our talented and versatile
neighbor of the Gazette, in the report of Pinafore
bv a "musical critic," does not say a word about
J - - ..a . . a" avl t
the essential music of the penormance.ine orcnes-
tral accompaniment and the talented musicians.
aa n a I 1
W. need not remind him o rroi.oerger.wuose ad
mirable ikiJi all our music lovers appreciate and t
- . at.:Hlv (I VMIIIImI a?! W !
recognize. ui we muia. ..v
who has the run 9! the board8! where an amateur
performance ia I ropreeented, of yrhty he tpeajti,
should not leave out mention of the amateur
musicians ; especially of such talented gentlemen
as Mr. Jacob Brown, on the piano, and Mr.
Marques, on the violin, who gave their time and
talents like others for the love of the thing.
Fkidav, May 27th.
List of Small-Pox Cases.
May 21st Nakioe, k, Puunui. 22.1 Daniel
Liilii, boy, Apua. 23d Moouohn, w, and
Maria, girl, Kalauao, Ewa; Kini, k, Kikihale;
Hoonohinohe, boy, Kalia ; Naaialoiau, girl,
Kahana, Koolauloa. 24th tniaua, w,
wela; Kaianui k, Apua. 25th Kenni k, Hahi-
Queen street ; Henry Wall k, Pamoo.
May 20th Puniwai k, 17 yrs, Kawaiahao.
21st Amana Sin babv, Pawaa. 24th Nakioe
k, 48 vrs, Puunui ; Kukui k, Co yrs, Kalia. 2-jth
Meka w, 10 vrs, Apua. 2Cth Kim k, 4o
yrs, Kaumakapili ; Mahina k. 45 yrs, Kamaira
wai. 27th Moonohu w. Kalauao, Ewa.
Report of the Small Pox Hospital.
For the week ending at S a.m. of Friday
May 27th, ISSl.
X Alicuia tlx uw..w. ,
Received from town,
Broke out on premises,
Remaining May 27th, -f
Kokuas and quarantined persons, other
than patients, 80, making the total number
on the premises 112, exclusive of employees.
Among the patients received are two white
Charles T. Rodgers, M.n.
Hoxo lulu, May 27th, ISSl.
From our Molokai Correspondent.:1
The report was circulated to-day that the
Lehua, on her up trip, from Honolulu, landed a
large box, in the shape of a small house, at
Kaunakakai, and told the people not to meddle
with that box. an there wa, a lion .n it in the
morning, at day light, the natives went thereto
eee the box, and found the door open and noth
ing in it. They came to the conclusion that the
lion had burPt open the door and ran away.
When they came to find out, the lion in the box
turned out to be a man, who has a email ranch
at Kipu, Molokai. He was overtaken by some
natives while he was on his way to his ranch.
The natives wanted to know if he had a permit
from the Board of Health to come up in that
box, in the shape of a lion. They thought that
he ought to be put in the box again and sent
back to Honolulu.
Pukoo, May 20th, 1881. E. C. F;
The City of Tokio, from China, wan entering the col
len Gate, as the Eureka came out on the &th inst. As no
vessel was on the birth to leave within 0 days of the
Eureka, It will be some days before the China mail can
be expected here.
WHY DON'T YOU CO
San Francisco G-allery,
76 NCUANU STREET,
AND HAVE YOUR PICTURES TAKEN,
The Cheapest and the Best ? my23 1
THE PUBLIC ARE CAUTIONED AGAINST
the negotiation of Bishop 4z Co.'s Certificate of Deposit
of Aug. 16, 1880, No. 7190. in faTorof the undersigned F.r$2$0,
as the payment of the balance due upon Certificate r.f
Deposit ban been stopped. It. W. BAlRD.
Wailuku. May 24. 18S1. my 28
Foot It sice Challenge !
fpIIE UNDERSIGNED IS WILLING TO
1 run ROBT. McKEAGUE and WM. McGuWAN, sepa
rately, or together,
A Foot Raoe of 200 yards, for $50 a piece,
at any "time and place they may appoint.
my28 It JULIUS C. STROW.
A. SINGER, BAKER, '
QUEEN STREET, IIOXOLL'LU,
Begs to inform his customers that hi place of Business is
UNAVOIDABLY CLOSED, for the present, but will
As soon as the Quarnntine is raisod. when he hopes to he
again lavored with their patronage,
Honolulu. May 27th, ISSl. m231t
LADIES SAVE YOUR COMBINGS.
ALL. KINDS OF
H. I R W O E K
Made from Cut Hair ami Combings.
Ulia UYKIXG, CLEIXSI.NG, C.TTIM.,
SHAMPOOING and DKKSSIX..
Particular attention paid to Cutting and Drtxsing
Vadit and Children's Hair.
A First-Class Shampooing: Mixture
Home made, free of acids, and reasonable in price.
MRS. N. F. BURGESS,
218 FORT STREET,
Nearly opposite the Fort Street School.
MRS. BURGESS will go to the Eastern States on a visit on
the July steamer, and will be pleased to fill any and all orders
for Goods in her line, or anything else that she may be en.
trusted with. my 28 tf
BV PERMISSION OF HIS EXCELLR VC1.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND
UNDER TnE DIRECTION OF
II AS BEEN SECURED FOR TH E ABOVE
GRIND GALA NIGHT!
WILL BE USED ON THIS OCCASION.
A FINE PROGRAMME IS BEING
j-y. SEATS can be Secured at Palmer's Drue Store, one
day before the Concert. GET YOUR TI0KET3 AT ONCE !
P. O. Box 97, Honolulu. 2t
NEW mUSIC HALL.
" PINAFORE " BENEFIT
LIBRARY ASSOCIATION BUILDING FUND,
ON TUESDAY E V'N'G, MA V H1ST.18S1,
TENDERED. BY THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
SIR JOSEPH PORTER, K. C. B. (First Lord or the Admir-
Mh.T. R. Walerb.
CAPTAIN CORCORAN (Commanding H. M. 9. Pinafore)...
Mb. F. M. SwaszY.
BOATSWAiN"" Mb- a- T. Atsumsos.
RALPH RACKSTRAW (able seaman)... M f A. Harsle.
DICK DE DKYE(able seaman).... Mb. E. W. Hoi.prwobth.
BOB BECKKT'(boaUwain's nisle).... Mb. J. O. Ttckeb.
TOMMY TUCKER (midshipmite) MarTRB Mist.
JOSEPHINE (the Captain's daughterX.Miss Florkncb LrcK.
BUTTERCUP (a bumboat womau). ..Mbs. F. A HaRSDE.
COL'ilN HEBK (relatire of the Admiral)
I..... Miss Bkbnici Pabke.
Sisters, Cousins, Aunts, Sailors and Marines
by a large and effective Chorus.
PRICES OF ADMISSION:
Drks4 Cibxle ft Pajctte fl 00
Besbbfed Scats, 25 cts. extra,
Whldk cn be secured at J. A. Palmer Sc Co's Drug Store,
on Tuesday next.
rj Oiuut 75cts. Pit 50 cts
rnaile; John Kuke k, wonosaupu. diu
T. Fisher k, Alakea street ; Kamakaiahai k, o
noula : Kalu k. Honokaupu ; Louis Singer boy.
Flue Flaioos .and Elegant Fnrnitnrcj:
JUST RECEIVED AT WELLS' MUSIC STORE.
IMos. G6 and 68 Fort Street, Honolulu. H. I.
xgr Owing to the great depression on the Coast and in Eastern Cities and conscquen -hard
times, Goods can now be bought for CASH LOWER THEN EVER BEFORE j
Having just returned from the centres of business, and where I took advantage of all oppor ;
tunities in the way of bargains offered by buying for SPOT CASH a large Stock of Goods i
and wnicn i vv t
Having purchased these Goods at extraordinary low figures, we give our Customers
the benefit as will be seen by the following prices :
FINE CHAMBER SETS, complete, (Imitation Walnut)
These Suits are the same kind and quality
only Two Years ago.
SOLID WALNUT SUITS, full Marble-top, (formerly sold at $125) - -SOLID
WALNUT SUITS, full Marblo-top, (formerly sold at $150) - -
Other Suits at different Prices with
OUR STOCK OF FURNITURE COMPRISES
A. Full ILsine of Firsf-GIass oods,
FRESH FROM THE FACTORIES, INCLUDES
Fancy Parlor Chairs, Upholstered Piano Stools, Bouquet Tables,
I Walnut Extension Tables, (fall half); Marble-top Centre Tables, What-nots &, Side Stand
p j Suits, upholstered in
jmrary, urnce ana lmiiig
Upholstered Folding Chairs
Hair Mattresses, Cat Tail Mattresses and Feather Pillows.
SOEIESTEOSHG- HEW and BIOlfSlLi !
THE EhKCAKT PATENT SOFA BED, just out. Cull & Examine. ! '
Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchandise ot every Ocscriptior
Alarm Cash Tills, Clocks, Jewelry, &c., &c, &c., A' !,
SOLE A&ISIMT FOR '
Popular . aiLmericain Sewing XVSachine ,
CHROMOS New Subjects, New Frames, New Prices 1
PANELS In over one hundred different Styles and Sizes, and at greatly reduced prices.
PICTURE FRAMES Of every kind and description made to order.
CABINET RUSTIC PICTURE FRAMES Prices greatly reduced. $250 per Dozen, 4 for SI.
Also, a Large Variety of BRACKETS, EASELS, MUSIC RACKS, WALL POCKETS, Etc., Etc.
d!f Orders from the other Islands filled with dispatch,
j Thanking the Public for their very generous patronage in the past, I hope by close attention to business and a careful coiisidcrati
of th wants of the people, to meet the continuance of the same.
GEO. XT . W E L I4 S ,
P, S. Pianos Tuned and Repaired by A. C. LYCAN, with Geo. F. Wells, First-class references regarding ability and workn,
ship, from residents of this city. - m)21 f
Wcw Iff achine Shop.
. . .
J. M. DAICLE;
HAVING PUT INTO II IS ESTABLISH
MENT, at No. 20 King Street, a fine new
Engine and Boiler,
Is now prepared to
Execute Work in His Line,
With quick dispatch, at luw rates.
Repaired," Ground or Filed.
NO JOB OF WORK REFUSED.
Cutlery and Surgical Instruments
TJiiisr cent, jo:
Will receive as careful attention aa any other.
Several 3 to 25 Horse Power Engines, with or without Boil.
era, new, and in perfect order. For sale cheap for cash.
IT Orders from the othpr Islands carefully attended to.
-T. IVI. DAIGIE,
mySl If No. 20 King Street, opposite Station House.
MURDER WILL OUT.
BUT WILL IT EVER COME OUT HOW?
KLEGAAT PICI I RES IRE TAKEX SO CHEAP
AT THE SAN FRANCISCO GALLERY
76 BliUAMT STREET. my28 1m
PASTURAGE ! PASTURAGE I
fclXCELLEXT PASTURAGE IS OlV
M-A offered to owner of horses, where their stock will be
wen protectea in enclosed ground, and obtain the
Best of Manienie Grass.
The pasture lands are only a short distance from the City,
aim an aiocas on me lands are under oft supervision of com-
lui auruuaniH, BO mat
Oirnrra of t lip brm of aiork mar irnd
Iheir Uerrs to Ibia i'mtaragr
without fonr ol INJURY re
anlling iluriH( lltriratay.
U NONE BUT GOOD STOCK TAKEN, and at reasons
Orders or horses left at No. Ill KinR Street, will be imme-
uiaieiy muruueu to. ana norses wui De returned at any time
aeslrert. to tne same location.
ORDERS (only) may be left at No. 1 Kaahumanu Street,
my 21 Ira CHAS. T. GULICK.
School of Cookery Restaurant,
Between Merchant & Queen Sts.
Liked by ali; used by thousands; rejaires no puff; speaks
for itself; acts directly as a TONIC; unsurpassed, nutritions.
ngnt and easily digested; a boon to an; can oe tasen at any
iime. 1 his old. well-known appetiser is put up in me
MOST ELEGANT STYLE OF THE ART.
Combines both eating and drinking. A concentrated
lunch in ltaelf.
MY WKLL-RXOWX 25ets SQJARE HEALS,
Cannot be surpassed.
Board by the Week, - $4:.00
Ice Cold Soda, Cream, Aerated Water Drinks, all from fresh
Frutis daily, 1 Orla per Glsin. 1
SET Fresh Fruit Pie eery morning. XX
" ALFRED H. HOCaHTOiN.
my 21 ly qr - Proprietor.
UK CASH Cheaper than goods
raw silk, hair cloth & spun silk;
o riV '
ivoum vnuirs, opnng iviuuresses, wire muiresses,
and Patent Rockers, (new styles); f
The Latest Edition !
104 Port Street,
Greater inducements than ever before known on these Islands, will be given at vaj M
STORE, in order to relieve my Stock previous to takirjg Inventory of Stock.
OFFERED THIS WEEK
TO EFFECT A
POSITIVE CLEARANCE I TI31RTV DM
BARQAWS IN SILKS, BARGAINS IN SATINS, BARGAINS IN f'CU'ETS
BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS, BARGAINS IN HOSIERY, BARGAINS IN LACES,
BARGAINS IN LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, BARGAINS IN RIBBONS,
BARGAINS IN GENTS' and BOY'S WHITE and COLORED SHIRTS,
BARGAINS IN GENTS and BOY'S WHITE and COLORED STRAW HATS.
BARGAINS IN HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
BARGAINS IN BLEACHED and BROWN MUSLlNSm
And a Large Stock ot iaiicy Vrticlc3s.
AT vV GUfcEAT SAGRIFICI
FROM REGULAR PRICES WHICH ADMIT OF NO COMPETITION.
These include Remnants of Dress Goods in nil Grade?
AH Goods Reduced 25 Per Cent. Below Former Price
my21 At, A. M. M ELLIS. 104 Fort Blrael, llrewer'. Block. Honolulu, H '
For the Island of. Oahu. I
Marine Protests Noted & Extended, and Survey Papers Drawn, -AGENT
to take ACKNOWLEDGMENTS to LABOR CONTRACT
For the District of Kona, Oahu. v f
REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGEff
Deed, Mortgages, Leases, Wills and other
I reasonable rates
Real Estate and property of every desoriptioa on any of the Islands, bouzht, soil.
negotiated, and intending bayera and seller U1 do
Records Searched for Titles
Blanks for Labpr Contracts and other
constantlj o.n hand and for sale.
Of FICE No. 1 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu. RESIDENCE No. Ill King Street, i
Business attended to at either Office ox Residence. mj2Il
TUB BUSINESS COMMUNITY AND THE '.
Pub lie sfenerrally are informed that I have succeeded in i
making arrangements wiih competent linguists, and MB pre-
Dared to supply TRANSLATIONS from or to the Enslisn Ian- !
ru.se, or sutler of It. loUowioc Ungu en I
UawaliaiB. lceb, Gtr.Hs, Iala. m I
l.b. PTI-g-e.e, Cb.lw.fe I
Orderr attended to witk. Momptneaa. Ac unev !
""""rj Trl " 'e criptioo done
with neatness and disDatcb. CH.A&. nrnrK
" taa: Btreet, Bonolula.
have ever been offered hereto
4 J,0t j
as those sold for $80, j
Lounges, upholstered same style'
r..B tiiA J V
The Greatest Bargains of the Seasoi
legal doomaeols drawn at hortet notic,
well to intrust their business to my care.
of a Lands Bou9hl or
business, of the latest and roosl improved f"'
WATER ! VATER ! I !
ALL PERSONS WHOSE i
W -ra wm 17 ra -tf- ara aa 1 3 U
V V .ler 43
... ... - '
t, . oi.x fT.. 1ft?
iheif wMff fbui off wltUout tu0lKK ;
G. D. FK.ZETII' J
Honolulu, Maj , 1881.