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THURSDAY, APRIL i,
Stun Jas Mflkcc Tor ICupnn
$chr Manaior nouomu
Stmr Mokolil for Windward poiU
Sehr Walohu for Kolou
Kcliv ICmnol for Laupalmchoc
Hktnc Kllkilnt for PoitTowiisond
Uktuc CoiiMiclo for a V
VESSELS 111 FORT.
Ilk Lady Lnmpsoii. Mnrttnn
Steam llktuu Morning Star. Hi ay
Ship Impci ator, Hoke
Wk Cape Horn Pigeon
Get bk Mathilda', JCiensdeu
ForMaalaea. Kawailiae, Konn, Ho
miapo and Kau per ktnir W G Halh
Apill 1 Mis Fuller, MU Ivclley, O J
Koss, II J McCoy. Prince A K Kunuiii
kea, Mrs J Kane". II S Smith, G Catlc,
V 0 Lowcry, Miss P Lewis, W F Hoy,
O .Tones, Lam Chok, W S Lokal, Miss
. For Tort Towiifcend per Ilktnc Kllkl
tat, April 2 E Ward. ,
i The lilp Iniperator will IIhIhIi dis
charging next week. ,Shc vt ill probably
load for S 1 ,
The Kllkttat sailed this iiioinliig.
StmrC It UMhop sails on Satin day
.morning at S o'clock for AVaianae. )Val
alua, lulauea and Hanalel.
The Lady Xampson ill sail for S F
on Saturday next.
Stmr Jaq Makcc brought 1,4G0 bags of
sugar. Sho sails to-moirow at 5 p in.
Tim tug Alort which sailed at (!
o'clock this morning for a trip to Waia-
tiaciu rived" thero at 9 o'clock exactly.
' 'Thc-Bktnc'Consuclo pails tills evening
for S F with a full load of sugar.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
To-Mounow is Good Friday.
Thy a hot cross bun to-morrow.
A som:n, steady
for a situation..
Fashion Notes on the first pago
and Scientific Notes on the fourth.
(Tui: Yosemitc Skating Rink will
lie open this evening as usual nt 7
Tiicui: appeals to
supply of qnailerly
town. ' i .,, ,
bo u plentiful
Tun Jvcalia Mill has shut down
for two'ovceks, wlnloj new Humes arc
being fbuilt. i
If you want fine hot cross buns
you can get them at Lovu's bakery,
Tiik Y. M. C. A. Geometry and
Algebra class meets this evening at
7:30 o'clock. -
There will be a meeting of Mystic
Lodge, K. of P., this evening at
The store lately occupied by
Samuel Nott, in Camphell's Block,
'Fort street, is advcitjsed to let.
, u Tin: S. .S- Mariposa will be due
'y riextiWcdnesdayjuiprniiiK from San
Francisco with dates to the 1st inst.
ti i,' Si:yENjyear3 ago to-day occurred
fthe great earthquake, mud flow and
U (tidal waves on tlic'Islanuiof Hawaii.
Thche will be a meeting of the
- Hawaiian Jockey Club at tho Ha
waiian Hotel, Saturday evening at 8
Tun Post-office time table ifor
April is out, And gives the usual
amount of information. Oat & Co.
have them for sale. '
If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Afller is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street- 980. 'tf.
Siuiikiiomikim of tho Waimanalo
Sugar Co, are notified tLiat a divi
dend of $5 per share will be paid on
application at the office of II. Hack-
Tiieue will be a lcgular inectui'
of the Trustees of the Honolulu
Library and Reading Room Associa
tion, at the Library Hall, this everi
'LCl4.y , ' ' N
In the Supremo Court the matter
of the estate of Capt. .'J.'-M. Oat,
deceased, letters of administration
have beeiii issued to Mr. J. MortvOat
upon renewal of his bond of $1,000.
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Them:, is a splendidly executed
crayon portrait of tho Rev. Dr.
Lowell Smith in ' Williams' photo
graphic studio. It is done hy Mr.
Furncanx and docs him the highest
Tm: horse Thomas II., with buggy
and harness, was raffied off last
evening at the Bay Horse Saloon.
There- were 125 chances nt 85 each.
"William Iloran won tho lot with a
throw of 50.
A house attached to a lumber
wagon belonging to Wilder & Co.,
staited off on its own account this
afternoon, while being loaded at tho
Enterprise Mill. It was Btopped by
n native in front of our ofllco without
doing any damage.
Thr" Mnhhscr of tho Yoscmlto
Skating rink announces to-day tho
coming events nt his rink. The first
takes place to-morrow evening and
will be an obstaclo race. Do not let
there be an obstacle in the way to
prevent your not going.
Come and sec our new oil paint
ings and ehromos, just received at
King Bros.' Ait Store. 985 t
Fiiaxk Geib., tho Fort street boot
and shoo dealer, has a largo empty
room hi rear of his store. Ono of
our well known young men has in
vested in a pair of toller skates and
practises in this room daily. Ho
will give an exhibition very shortly.
The sum raised by means of the
basket picnic at the .Bethel, vestry
Tuesday evening, will be used for
the purchase ojf a cabinet organ for
the use of the infant department of
the Sunday School. Mr. B". F.
Dillingham ordered the- now instru
ment by the Alamtda.
Tiieue was a very good attend
ance at, the Fort Street Church
vestry last evening, tho occasion
being the monthly concert. The
subject was-" Africa." Mr. Joseph
Emerson read n very interesting
paper on Abe new state of Congo,
uml tho Chief Justice and others
made brief remarks.
The Rev. G. B. Simaon delivered
his fourth mission address at St.
Andrews Cathedral last evening, his
ubjecfrbeing"'Absolution." In tho
course of his remarks, which wcro
quite lengthy, he urged his heareis
to attend confession. Ho speaks
aain this evening at 7 :30 o'clock.
It will bo remembered that a short
time ago the windmill at the Lunalilo
'Home was blown down. It has been
repaired, and they can also obtain
water by the aid of a small engine
which has recently been placed in
position at the Home. Cap't. Swin
ton says he does not mind now how
hard the wind blows.
- ;. ..!. . !
Tiik Road Supervisor has a gang
of men at work at tfie King Street
Bridge filling up ruts and making
other improvements to the road.
Another gang is still at work clean
ing the gutters in Nuuanli Valley.
A new sidewalk has been laid in
front of the house, corner of Kukui
aiuVNiiuauu Streets, which is a de
Pkter Johnson, a prisoner in Oahu
Jail, made his escape this morning,
and it is piobabla he got away from
the islands on the barkentinc Kliki
tat. He was sent to work as usual
at a private hous'e' on Emma street,
and was missed, about eight o'clock.
He was sentenced February 25th, ,to
six months' imprisonment and to
pay a fine of 8100 for being caught
in' the harbor1 with 40 tins of opium
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This morning at 10 minutes past"
six o ciock, tne tug Aieru leit tnc
whaif,for Waianac with the follow
ing party on board : Their Majes
ties the King and Queen, Col. C. II.
Judd, Col. Claus Spreckels, His Ex.
Paul' Neumann, His Ex.jll. M,, Dag
gett audiMrs.1 Daggett, Hon. H. A.
Widemann, W. G. Irwin, Esq., E.
C. Macfarlane, Esq., Judge Rising,
Miss Edith Rising and Miss Yering
ton. A telephonic message has been
leceived stating that the part' ar
rived at waianae exactly at nine,
o'clock. They will spend the day1
at the plantation and return this
CENTRAL PARK RINK.
The new skatine rink at Central
T).!r IB .1.... unilt.fvninr nA.vwnl ! m "
A Ml IV la HUM U!ll4ULUlllg KTCIAI 1111"
provements. The floor'has been ce
mented, and the maitka side has
been boarded ttp so as not to cause
any draught. The proprietor has
spared no expense to make the place
as perfect as possible, and has sue-"
ceeded. To-morrow evening tho
rink will be opened at 7 o'clock, and
the grand march and promenade
will begin at 8 o'clock, The music
will' be a special feature. Next
IMondayLevening tl)eravnll be a ten
mile race, for which fiva prizes will
be offered, viz. : $15, $10, $5, $2.
50, and $2.50. The following have
entered: O. Branch, S. Monsarrat,,
D. Bent, D. Davis, Albert Lucas,
Willie Lucas,- W. Slmms.v C. J.
McCarthy, J. S. Ginsburg, W.
Monsarrat, H. Auld, A. Kretner,
W. White, Ed. Jones, and E. Dow
sett. It promises to be an exciting
To-morrow is Good Friday, so
called on account of the benefits bo-
lieved by all Christians to have been
conferred on humanity, by the cru
cifixion of Jesus. The Saxons
named it Long Friday, from' the pro
tracted religious services formerly
held on that day, and the Germans
term it Still Fiidny, from the solemn
silence observed in the churches.
During the first two or three con
turies of Christianity itiwas called
the Patch, because the Paschal
Lamb, represented by Jesus, was
put to death. The day has been
kept, it is said, from a very early
period us u day of mourning mid
special prayer. The practice of
eating hot cross buns is a rclio of
Good Friday, April 3rd, 1885,
There will be ready
HTVom S o'cloelc a. m. tiiitil 5 p in.,
$ H" '$ f J i 'i i i "I Hh i 'i Hh Ht t
l HOT I CROSS i BUNS I
i i t" i 'J? ? i i i r i Hh i i !
EVEK MADE IN THIS CI1Y,
SO Cents Iev IJoasen,;,
At'F. Horn's Steam Caily Factory & Bakery,
Roninnism, but has no longer any
religious significance. In this city
special services will be held in the
Episcopal and Roman Catholic Ca
thedrals. At the former church
there will be a service with sermon
at 41 a. m., addresses on the seven
sayings, from the Cross at 2 p. m.,
and a mission sermon at 7 p. m. At
the Catholic Cathedral there will be
service with tho singing of the Pas
sion at lO 'a. m., Stations of the
Cross at 3 p. m., and an English
sermon at 8 p. m.
EASTER DAY SERVICES.
FOUT STREET CHUKCH.
Sunday Evening, 7.30 Ocloek.
1. Voluntary Organ and Violin Cava-,
2. Doxology Choir & Congregation
1. Response (Choir) PraUcyetheLord
lor Ills Goodness Gairett
o.-Old Testament Lesson.
0. Hymn (Cholr&Congiegation) Hark
Tcu Thousand llarps and Voices
Low oil Mason
7. New Testament Lesson.
8. Easter Anthem (.Choir) Chi 1st our
1'assover Dudley IJuck
10. Response (Choir) To Deiiin. on B
minor Dudley Buck
11. Hymn (Choir and Congregation)
Joy to the World,, anangod
13. Anthem (Choir) Break 1'oithiiito
14. Hymn (Choir and Congregation)
Rise Glorious Conqueror
, Lowell Mason
lO.f Organ; Recessional Hallelujah
Chorus ,.... Handel
J. "V. Yakndley, Musical Director.
itETiiEi. union cmmcii.
Sunday Morning; 11 O'clock.
Voluntary Organ & Violin .Harrison
Anthem Hallelujah, Christ U Risen
First Scripture Lsson,
Hymn Choir A
Second Scriptttic Lesion,
Infant Baptism. ,
. Anthem Fill the Fount with Roses
Wa rr e n
Hymu Choir & Congregation
. Offertory. '
. Sermon.... Rev. E. C. Oggcl
iiyum uuoir & congregation
A. Makques, Musical Director.
Evening) 7,30 O'clock..
1. Voluntary ....-... Organ and Vlollu
2. Anthem Be Joyful in' tho Lord,
3. Easter Cantata " The Story of the
Resurrection," ' t
By the Sunday School under direc
tion of Mrs. B. F. Dillingham.
During the Cantata-there will be a
Cross illuminated' by. the light of
Easter. The Cantata will be divid
ed 'into two parts. " At the' end of
the first part the Rev. E. C. Oggcl
will' deliver an address
KOMA CATHOLIC UATHEDltAI..
i . .
10 a. m. High Pontifical Mass.
Gluck'a entire Massin'C will be sung,
and the St. Louis College Band will
assist at the service.
11.80 a.'m. Baptism 'of children
3 p. m. Confirmation, Sermon
and Benediction of the Blessed
Father, Leosoice, Mu'h. Director.
ST, AXDKKWS C'ATHBDItAI..
The special services ftt this church
will be Choral Selection at 7.30 a.m.
Morning Prayer 'and' Easter Sermon
at 11 it. in., and evensong at 7,30 p.
in. The musical portion of the
services will bo confined to the
singing of chants and hymns, No
special musio will bo rendered,
Much learning shows how little
mortals know; much wealth how
little worldtags enjoy. JE. Young.
Joseph Levey alias Smith was
tried on a charge of larceny of about
$50, the property of Annie Bode, on
the 25th of March. The evidence
,wos very lengthy, eight witnesses
being examined. The larceny could
not bo (brought home to him and he
Ah Sin was charged with violating
express rule No. 0 by leaving his
carriage in the street with no one
in charge. He was fined $5 nud
$1.50 costs. Peter Quinn, known
round town as "Poker Dan," was
charged with attempting to leave the
kingdom this morning without a
passport. Officer Felhbchr searched
thobaikcntine Klikitat this morning
previous to 'her sailing, and found
Quinn stowed away. His Honor fined
him $10 and $ 1 costs. Frank Courtel,
remanded from yesterday for assault
and battery on L. Fay, was fined
$10 and $3.30 costs. A native,
Kalattawahinc, was charged with
malicious injury. Ho got drunk and
went into a Chinese restaurant, and
kicked the table and chairs all over
the place, doing damage to the
amount of $3. He was fined $G and
German Chestnut Cakes. Boil
some nice fair chestnuts, carefully
picking out all wormy ones. Pound
six ounces of them in a mortar, mix
with a quarter of a pound of sugar,
the same of flour and four eggs.
Knead into a paste, roll out thin,
cut in various shapes, brush with
beaten egg and bake in buttered
Cocoanut Pudding. A very ricli
cocoanut pudding is made by this
recipe: Grato a large cocoanut, mix
it with a half-pound of powdered
sugar and stew it in a pint of milk
for fifteen or twenty minutes. If u
double boiler be not used, great caro
mutt be 'taken that tho milk does
not scorch. Buttor a baking-pan
and flour it lightly and line it with
stale sponge-cake cut in thin slices
When the cocoanut is cooked mix a
quarter of a pound of butter with it.
Put a layer of the stewed cocoanut
on the sponge-cake, then a layer of
sponge-cake, then a layer of cocoa
nut, until all used, having the cake
at the top layer. Pour a wineglass
of wino over all, and bake half an
hour in a moderate oven. Servo
RopaVieja.' Boil a shin of btef
and put it away until cold. When
cooked, cut off the best part of it in
thin slices, and set them aside ; cut
off all the small pieces and the gris
tle separately. (The gristle, as will
be found, makes, when thoroughly
cooked, one of the most succulent
portions of .the dish, and may be
said to lend to it in great degree its
distinctive flavor.) Cut up two
oniont and fry them slightly in but
ter, or nice dripping.) Stir in two
tablcspoonfuls of flour and a quarter
of apackof.scaldeditoinatoes. First,
add the small pieces of beef and the
gristle, stowing the whole for an
hour and a half, seasoning it with
black pepper and salt. Then add
the thin slices first cut from the shin
of the beef, and let them cook
through. Finally, add a chopped
up sweet pepper.
Jones Yes, sir, it is mighty hard
to collect money just now. I know
it, Smith Indeed. Have you tiied
to collect and failed? Jones Oh,
no. Smith How then do you know
that money is hard to collect? Jones
Edith Yc3, dear, wo arc always
glad to hear from you, but when you
say that you are going to get married
and ask us to decide between a man
who has red hair and one who hasn't
any at all, it is almost too much.
Jones You say thero is a soft
sido to every man ? Smith Maybe
there is; but when the inevitable
happens at tho skating rink it is
always off on a vacation. Progress.
Carriage and Wagon Maker,
King Street, near Lincoln's.
Repairing, Blacksmithing and every description in the Cairiage and Wagon
line manufactured. Estimates nnd drawings furnished for all Car
riage and Wagon building. 1 have also got up a new kind of Buggy
Cait, which for cheapness and practicability exceeds any cat t ever
In ought to this country,
WITH OR WITHOUT FOLDING TOP.
979 3m King Street, adjoining Geo.
Bit (iOBu Honest Talue for Every Dollar !
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
Since the arrival of the " Alameda,"
WILL BE FOISETO VERY COMPLETE
In all my usual fine variety of fine Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
Men's Boots, Slioes and. 0-aiter
In Great Variety.
THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT
Is as usual very complete.
As to the good qualities of my Goods the Ladies of our
Islands, who have patronized this Establishment for IS
years, will bear willing testimony to them as well as
their perfect fitting-.
Boots and Shoes always found in this Establishment. I
have no inducements to offer but the guarantee of Al
Goods, which will be sold
As Low as Consistent with Prudence.
Honolulu, March 6th, 1885.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
Or nnd OO Jlotul tStvcnt,
JUST HEUKIVED, EX ALA.MEDA, On Ice, Cilia Fresh .Salmon, do Flounders,
do Klmlmrb, Knstcrn Fresh Blind, do Oyt-ttrs In JielI, do Oy6tern In tins,
Horso HoilUli Hoots, Fresh Cain C'rabi, Ciiullflo-Acrt., Celery, llwl Cabbage,
Cain Fresh Aspaiugub. '
ALSO Not on Ico, Swim Chocsc, Cream Cheep, Mild Steele's Cheese, llbls Choice
Hid H.dniou, y. bbla do Salmon, Smoked Halibut, Kits Mnukerol, Dutch
15qIoim SniiMiiruH, Choice C.ila Family Cornod Hcef, Holland iJcrrlnir, Kegs
Family Sail l'ork, Ivi-jja Quven Olives, Kegs GUtKduo Uiittcr, Kits H'llinon
Jiullhe, Can's Jku'huicl in Tomntoo Sauce, Cases Salmon Iiclllep, Boston
Jlrcad In I) lb tliw, ny it; Bnidcllcs in Uegt, Sardcllcs in ilns.
ALSO (Jrccu Mountain Jlaiilo Syrup, Iluchln's Mock Turtle Soup, Casus llarata.
riaSlulinps, Piineo llnins, WhlttaUcr'n Star Hnins, KiisrIiui Caviar, Kegs
Halt Witter Cucumbers, Drcakfust Hiicon, Cala Diicd FlgH, nml a complete
lino of Staple aiul Fiinuy (irorcrlci, nil of ulilnu will lie sold low. (ioodi
dolivi'ied to nil pait.s of the city.
Islnpd Orders bolicllud. Telephone JJo, 210. P. O. Hot 297. (7tH
SUCCESS0HS TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAM'L NOTT.
1M POUTERS AND DEALEKS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
, Goods, and General Merchandise.
Just received Edily'u Refrigerators and Ico Chests, new Mylcs of CIihmUIIcim
and Library Lumps, Slovea and Ranges, Kerosene Oil Sloven,
tar ITA-IRKA-TVICS' .AJVl HOWE'S SCALES.-:
All of which are. offered upon favorable terms.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
I would beg to notify the public in general that
1 have opened a Carriage and Wagon shop on
King Street, at the old stand of M. J. Rose,
and lately occupied by Messrs. Whitman &
Wright, where 1 am prepared to do any kind
of Carriage and Wagon work, in a first class,
durable and practical manner. By close and
prompt attention to business, satisfactory
work, low and reasonable charges, I hope to
merit some of tho public patronage.
W. Lincoln, Contractor nnd Builder.
IN PRICES !
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