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TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1886.
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Ahuneda Leaves Honolulu. May 1
Mariposa Leaves. Honolulu, .Mny 15
KOH AUCKLAND AND 8VD.ST.V!
1'OK BAN FUANClhCO.
Stmr Zcnlnmllii May
Stmr Lclma from Windward I'oits
Uktne Amelia from Port Towtisend
. , DEPARTURES.
Stmr Klnuu for Windward Potts
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Sclir Sarah it Ella for Knolau
Si'lir Rainbow for ICoolait
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Lclma for Windward 1'oiH
Sola- Poliolkl for Knkalati
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steam BMue Morning Star. Bray
Brig Alllc Roue, Holland
S S Alameda, Morse
Bgtne Clan" Spreekols. Drew
Bktuo John Smith,
llktnc Katie Fllekinger, Young
Bktui; Amelia, Nowhall
From Port Townscnd per Amelia,
April 28 A Japanese, man and wife.
Prom Windward Port per Lehua,
April 28 Hon S G Wilder and 4 .ser
vants!, S 11 Roe, 0 L "Wight, ex-Gov
Booth, Col Adams. J B F Davis, Lord
Elpliinslone. Com Ahburv. C Seho
llold. Mr Wolff.
The llktnc Amelia, dipt Newhall. ar
rived this morning ISi days from Port
Towiieiid with !17-1,17-1 ft of rough lum
ber, OS,700 ft of surf lumber, 2.C2S ft of
spruce luinhcr. Total ft of lumber,
475,50."). She brings also 50,000 hubs
and 45 bbls of salmon. She is con
signed to Messrs Allen & Robinson.
Capt Newhall reports no X 13 trades.
Was :i days in sight of the Islands with
a light S S3 E wind.
Stmr Lehua arrived at -1 o'clock this
morning with 2577 bag-a of Migar. The
purser rcpoits .stormy and rainy wea
ther. The bgtnc Clans Sprockets will sail
for San Francisco on next Thursday
Stmr Lehua sails to-morrow at 5
Sclir Poholkl brought 1100 bags of
sugar from Kukaiau.
Stmr .las Mnkec is due to-morrow
Stmr Mokolii is overdue.
Capt Smith lias resigned his po-ition
as master of the schooner Emma to be
succeeded by Capt llallleld.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
iKTr.KKSTixo selections will be
found on the fourth page.
The Pacific Hose Co, will hold a
moonlight drill to-morrow evening at
Tin: Supreme Court will sit
banco to-morrow and adjourn
Saturday for the term.
Tin: Honolulu Eilles hold their
usual weekly drill this evening at
their Armory at 7 :30 o'clock.
Mn. James "Williams, the photo
grapher, has for sale some most ex
cellent photographs of the late Queen
Messrs. Clans Sprockets & Co.'s
new bank will be opened for the
transaction of business on Monday
next, May 4th.
Mit. Gkutz has received a varied
selection of boots and shoes by last
steamer. Look out for his new
Tin: firm of Kwong Ycc Sing Co.,
doing business .in Honolulu were
adjudicated bankrupts this morning
on the petition of M. Phillips & Co.
IIohn has got a new article of
food, called the Berliner pfankuclien,
ready every morning at 11 o'clock.
Try it, it is good and much more
digestible than its name.
"Woxo Leong.& Co., No. 10 Nuu
anu street, have a fine lot of rice
straw for sale, suitable for bedding
for horses. This must not be con
founded in any way with rice husks.
Tin: re-opening of the Hawaiian
Bazar has been postponed until
Saturday, May 2nd. It has been
found impossible to get the large
stock of goods in jmlcr until that
Tin: full dress parade of the
Honolulu Rilles has been postponed
from May Oth out of respect to the
memory of the late Queen Dowager
Emma. The date will ho fixed after
Am. Odd-Fellows in tho city are
cordially invited to attend the meet
ing of the Excelsior Lodge this
evening, when Mr. W. C. Parke will
deliver a lecture on Odd-Fellowship
in tho Hawaiian Islands. It will be
a treat no member of the Order can
afford to mjss,
Ir you want a nice shoo, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
13 Xmianii street' 080. tf.
Tin: Hn.t.ivriN goes into nearly
every house in the cily and suburbs',
therefore you could have no better
means of advertising your wares.
A lakuk variety of cabinet cele
brities, also stereoscopic views,
stereoscopes, grnphoscopes, etc., at
King Bros.' Ait Store. 1000 3t
Now is the time to hare your
magazines, old books and newspapers
bound in good style at A. II. Kasc-
niann's Hook-bindery, Guxctte Block.
Tin: Married Men's Baseball Club
ill hold a meeting at noon to-morrow
in the rooms of the Planters
Labor and Supply Co., Campbell's
Messrs. Lyons & Levey had a
good attendance this morning at the
household furniture sale at Welling
ton Place, School street. Fair
prices wrrc realized.
Tin: peculiar phenomenon around
the moon last evening was noticed
by a number of natives residing on
Etnnia street, and they say it is a
sign that another ulii is going to die.
Tin: Honolulu Social Science Asso
ciation held its regular monthly
meeting last evening at the residence
of Rev. J. A. Cruzan, with a full
attendance of mcmbcis. After a
short discussion, an admirable essay
was read by the Rev. S. E. Bishop
on the commingling of races,
Tin; members of the 1. O. O. P.
have a rare treat in store for them
to-morrow evening, being nothing
less than a lecture by Brother W. C.
Parke, P. D. D. G. S., on "Odd
Fellowship in the Hawaiian Islands
from the institution of Excelsior
Lodge, in 184G, to the laying of the
corner stone of their present hall in
1859." All members of the Qrder
arc invited to attend. 100G 2t
THE DEAD QUEEN.
Last night the Mamalahoa Guards
were on duty, and were relieved this
morning by the Royal Household
troops. II. B. M.'s Commissioner
Major J. 11. AVodchousc, Lord El
phinstone and Mr. James Ashbury,
M. P. paid, a visit to the remains
this morning and stayed a short
time. A large number of natives
arc round the premises all day,
wailing and otherwise showing their
grief at the loss of this noble lady.
It was reported yesterday that there
would bo a hula in the evening but
it was without foundation. We are
authorized to state by those in
chavgc, that there will be nothing of
the kind allowed on the premises
while the dead bodj' remains there.
Last evening, at the residence of
Mr. S. Roth, Beretania street, Mr.
William AVagcner was united in
marriage to Miss Annie Kruger.
The ceremony was performed by
the Rev. J. A. Cruzan, pastor of
the Fort street Church. The bride
groom is employed at the Honolulu
Planing Mills, and the bride is a
step-daughter of Mr. S. Roth. The
front of the house was beautifully
decorated with colored lanterns, and
the parlors with fragrant flowers.
After the ceremony a leception was
held, at which a large number of in
vited guests were present to offer
their congratulations. The wed
ding presents were numerous and
elegant. The bride's cake was a
great attraction, and was really a
work of art. It was made by
Mcller & Ilalbc, King street. The
newly-married couple will reside on
Adams lane for the present. Con
gratulations. A COMING TREAT.
The Montague-Turner Conceit
Company will give a series of five
concerts in Music Hall commencing
Monday evening, May 18th. They
will be given on Monday and Thurs
day evening of each week. The San
Francisco Dramatic Company occu
pies tho Hall until the 15th of May,
which accounts for these series of
concerts having to bo delayed until
the time stated. Season tickets for
the five concerts will he $C and will
be ready at J. E. Wiseman's, next
Monday morning, May 4th. Single
reserved seats will he $1.50. It
needs no words from us to say any
thing about these two talented ar
tists now with us, but we strongly
adviso everyone, whether musical or
not, to make it u point not to fail to
attend the whole of the series. It
will be a rich treat they will nover
f oi get.
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN.
A large number of seats have been
sold for the performance of tho
above play at Music Hall this even
ing and there will be a crowded
house. The whole of tho characters
ill the play will be presented by the
Company. A band of nativo singers
will render jubilee songs. Those
who purchased tickets for Saturday
evening can, of course, use them this
evening. Scats can bo obtained at
Wiseman's at popular prices.
NEW VOLCANO ROUTE.
Tho Wilder Steamship Company's
Volcano excursion party arrived in
Honolulu this morning by the
steamer Lehua, at 4 o'clock. They
left on Tuesday last by the Kinau.
Arriving at Mahukona. a train was
in woiling, which at once took the
party to Niullii. They sat down to
a fine spread at the round house,
after which a cane wagon was
boarded and the party was conveyed
to tho Ilalawa store, remaining there
about one hour looking round. Then
the cane wagon was once more
boarded and tho party taken to the
Ilalawa station, and from thence on
tho train to Mahukona. There they
waited at Mr. C. L. Wight's resi
dence for the Kinau to come from
Kawailiac. The parly left Mahu
kona at 0:20 o'clock Wednesday
night, arriving at Hilo at 3 o'clock
the next morning. All sat down to
breakfast at the Arnold House, and
left thereat 1 o'clock for the -Halfway
House. A number of pack
mule with bedding and provisions
had been sent on ahead. The party
arrived at the Halfway House at 5
o'clock, and found everything in
readiness, beds made and a splendid
dinner ready to sit down to. Most
of the party retired early, and, after
a good night's rest, were up again
at G o'clock in the morning. After
breakfast, the Halfway House was
left behind about half-past 7 o'clock
nmid a very heavy rainstorm. The
Volcano House was reached at half
past 12 o'clock, and the first thing
the party did was to change clothing,
all having got pretty well soaked
through. Lunch was soon prepared,
to which the party did ample
justice, and the rest of the
day was spent in various ways.
Next morning several of the party
went down to the crater, and found
it active. At night they noticed a
bright light, which proved to be a
small flow which had broken out on
the flow of four years ago. It rain
ed hard all the time the party were
there and was very misty, making
it hard to get around, it was so
stormj' that on Saturday morning a
messenger was sent to Keauhou to
tell tho Captain of the Lehua to wait
for further instructions. He an
swered back by saying that ho
thought the storm had broken, and
it would be safe to start next morn
ing. The party left the Volcano
House Sunday morning at 10
o'clock for Keauhou. Two of the
paily, Messrs. Sutton and Schoiield,
made the distance, fourteen miles,
in two hours and a quarter, while
the balance taking matters easier
arrived well inside of four hours.
Nine miles of the road, which is of
decomposed lava, is as fine a road
as anyone need wish to travel on,
the balance is a trail over lava,
which of course necessitates going
slow, but will be greatly improved.
The Lehua left Keauhou at 3
o'clock Sunday afternoon, and after
stopping at Kaalualu to land Mr. G.
W. C. Jones, arrived in Honolulu
at 4 o'clock this morning. The
party consisted of Lord Elphin
stone, Mr. James Ashbury, M.P.,
Honorable S. G. Wilder, cx-Scna-tor
Booth, Col. Adams, Rov. C. II.
Sutton, Messrs. J. B. F. Davis, C.
Schoficld, G. W. Wolff and S. B.
Rose. At Mahukona the party wore
joined by Mr. C. L. Wight, the
superintendent at that place. All
expressed themselves delighted with
the trip, and would have enjoyed it
still more had they not encountered
such a bad kona storm.
The Wilder Steamship Co. will
open this now routo to the Volcano
via Keauhou on June 23th. The
Kinau will leave every Tuesday as
heretofore, touching at all her regu
lar ports, and arrivo at Keauhou G
o'clock Thursday morning. Passen
gers can leave atonceforthc Volcano,
a ride of not over three hours on a
good road. It can be reached in
less time, as stated above. The
Kinau will proceed to Hilo. and,
after landing passengers and freight,
go on to Laupahochoo, returning to
Hilo the same evening. Leaving
Hilo Friday morning between ten
and twelve o'clock, alio will take up
volcano passengers at Keauhou, and
thence proceed to Kawailiac and
Mahukona. The latte'r place will
he left Saturday afternoon, and
touching at Makena, Maalaea and
Lahaina, the Kinau will arrive early
each Sunday morning in Honolulu.
Tho Volcano House with the lands
and adjoining lands, upon which is
the har.bor and landing of Keauhou,
have all piused into the hands of
Wilder & Co. The Volcano House
will be improved, renovated and re
furnished, and after the 23th of
Juno kept as a first-class resort.
Passengers can leav6 Honolulu
Tuesday nights, have 27 hours at
the Volcano, and bo returned to
Honolulu on Sunday morning, at an
expense of S50 first-class, which in
cludes everything. Or they can re
main over a trip, visiting Hilo, at
an additional expense of $20. This
new route is bound to become popu
lar, from the fact that the distance
to be travelled after leaving the
steamer is so slight, and the road is
bo easy for travel. Thero will be no
occasion now for ladies to dread a
trip to the wonderful, active volcano
A FINE VESSEL.
About n month ago the Norwegian
ship Imperator nnived at this port
with coal from Liverpool. A look'
at her disclosed the fact that she
was moro than nn ordinary vessel,
and that was why the Bum.utix re
poitcr accepted the invitatiou of Mr.
Chas. Hammer, who is a friend of the
captain, to go aboard and inspect
her. Captain Hoea has had many
persons ask him to let them look
over her, but declined, because she
was not in a cleanly condition owing
to having brought a cargo of coal,
and as he had to make quick des
patch, no timo was left to clean her.
This vessel was built in 187G at
Stavangcr, Norway, expressly for
the East India trade. No vessel
could have been built stronger. Sho
is fitted up in a most expensive man
ner as regards convenience, and
ought really to bo called a first-class
steamer. You cannot touch anything
but what is metal or contains some
metal. The captain's apartment is
line, and the sailors department is
lorgc and lofty. The kitchen is very
complete. There is a carpenter's
and blackmith's shop, a small
armory, olllcc, and other placos
which it is impossible to find on sail
ing ships. She carries a steam
donkey engine, five boats, two chro
nometers and seven compasses. In
1883 she was examined at Brcmcr
haven and found to have made no
water. Several boards taken out were
in just the same condition as when
first put in. Sho is provided with
four lights, two fore and two aft.
Capt. Iloca is an old, experienced
sailor, and has got a good crew of
twenty men, all Norwegians. The
vessel left hero yesterday with 1.700
tons of sugar, and will load wheat
at San Francisco.
A LUNAR PHENOMENON.
Last evening shortly after nine
o'clock a most beautiful phenomenon
was witnessed, a rainbow around
the moon, completely encircling it.
The moon was almost at zenith, and
tho colors were the inverse of an or
dinary solar rainbow. Chief Justice
Judd, who watched it for some time,
tells us it looked like a large beauti
ful rosetto in the sky. The colors
were very plain, particularly the
grecu, which stood out very promi
nently. This green band was as
broad as the moon itself. Shortly
before ten o'clock, when the sky
became clear, it disappeared.
Monday, April 27th.
Justice Austin presiding.
J. C. Merrill & Co. vs. A. Jaeger,
executor, assumpsit. The case was
tried before a foreign jury who
rendered a verdict for the defendant.
S. B. Dole for plaintiff, Ashford &
Ashford for defendant. The jury
were out one hour and a half, and
the Court did not adjourn until 7.30
At Chambers, before Justice
McCtilly in equity. Samuel Andrews
vs. J. P. Mendonca cl al. The case
was heard and decision reserved. L.
A. Thurston for plaintiff, A. S.
Hartwcll and W. R. Castle for de
fendants. Tuksday, April 28th.
Keawc (k") vs. Hainan (Ch), as
sumpsit. This case is heard before
a mixed jury. Kinney & Peterson
for plaintiff, W. R. Castle for de
fendant. The jury brought in a
verdict for plaintiff for amount
claimed, S200. Mr. Castle noted
Hefore Police Justice Bickerton.
Aniani and Andrcd for drunken
ness had to pay$(! each. Mikulc,
for disturbing quiet of night, for
feited bail of $10. O. Schlosler,
charged with disorderly conduct,
was remanded until tho 27th. Ah
Kok, Ah Yat, Ping Chung, Joe,
Kimg Fin and Yin Hong, were lined
850 each and sentenced to imprison
ment at hard labor for lf days, for
gaming. They all noted an appeal
to the Intermediary Court. Cheong
Kim was also given the same sen
tence for a like offense, and ap
pealed. TUKSDAY MOKNIXG.
E. Robinson, Kaumclclau and
Wailua (w) had to pay SO each for
getting drunk. Lee Loon, charged
with house-breaking, at premises of
Lam Choy, Pawna, was committed
for trial to the Supreme Court. O.
Schlesler was lined 8l and SI costs
for drunkenness. Kimo, for larceny
and assault and battery, was re
manded until May 2nd.
" They do have some queer gills
down in Boston, that's a fact,"
observed a traveller from Now ICng
land. " The last time I was in Hos
ton, at the house of a friend, I met
a young lady there who struck me
as a typo of her kind. Wc were to
have chicken for dinner, and my
friend's wife asked the young lady
to step into the kitchen to bee what
a nice fat fowl bhe had. Would you
believe it? That Boston girl in
quired, 'Is it dressed?' and on
being told that it was not she
modestly refused to go into tho
kitchen. That very night that girl,
who is a medical student, wont to
tho dissecting room and helped in
the woik. These Boston girls break
me nil up." Chicago Jlcrald.
History is pretty sure to sift a
man till ins weak and strong points
become familiar to posterity. The
height of a celebrity's fame i3 no
protection against this analytical
moccss. Macaulav, whoso
was at one time prodigious, 13
suffering from the sidelights which
tradition and research are throwing
upon his character. Notwithstand
ing his marvellous powers of conver
sation he was considered a great
bore. Sidney Smith says he kept
silent only when compelled by
sheer force, and then only for a few
seconds. A professional talker or
rival ho put down without compunc
tion, and trampled upon him into
the bargain. Lord Brougham says :
"I have seen pcoplo come in fioni
Holland house, breathless and
knocked up, and able to say nothing
but 'Oh, dear,' 'Oh, mercy I'
'What's the matter?" being asked,
'Oh, Macaulay!' Then everyone
says : 'That accounts for it ; you arc
lucky to bo alive.' " Another cri
tic says ho lacked tack and refine
ment, and was vulgar and ugly in
The Pacific Mail steamers intend
to protect themselves against band
itti raids at the Isthmus. Each vessel
will carry four pieces of ordnance,
two heavy guns in tho bow, and a
gatling gun in each quarter.
WILL UK OI'KN"
Satmfty, lay 2fl; '85,
10 lire -
"VTICKLY Furnished Rooms, well veil-
1 Minted, at No. 110 King Street,
opposite the rcMdencu of C. T. Gulick.
ITMtOM the lht of May, the Cottage
JO No. JJ, Wellington l'alace, School
Street. Apply to
1005 lw J. T. WATH1MOUSK.
HPWO largo second-hand Show Cases.
JL Address, stilling where they can be
hucu.iinil price, K. H., this olllcc.
A FINK gentle family horse at ren.
honable figures. Also several sets
of single liniw.Y. Apply to
K. R. MILKS,
1005 lw Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
ON FRIDAY, April Bl. near MaU.
mil's place, I'uniiliou, u small oval
tin bo. containing about $85 in gold
and some silver. Tho Under will bo
liberally lewarded on returning same to
V. .T. FAGKKHOOS, Watchmaker.
1005 lw 88 King Street.
Wllldl OOEk INTO
Most of the Houses
EASY RATES !
MI MAI BAZAR
rpilE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY
J. gives notice that ho will not ba
responsible for any debts contracted in
Ids namo without his written order.
Honolulu, April 15, 1835. 090 lm
rpHK UNDERSIGNED, having heard
X their brother. Y. ALAU. Intends
marrying m tins country, ueslrc to in-
form all concerned that he Is eniraeed
to a woniim In China. AH WA,
Honolulu, March 10th, 1885. U73 2m
Building Lots for Sale.
SEVERAL building lots for sale or
rent nt Kapalnma, tear IhoNluhc
loivnl bridge, on tho Ewa side of the
lane leading to Austin's oslntc. Easy
terms. Apply to W. C. ACHI,
Liw onice of W. It. Cnstlc. 837 tf
" TO LET.
HPlli: HOUSE and premises situated
L in Nuuanu Valley, opposite the
Royal Mausoleum, belonging to
recently occupied by Samuel Nott.
naitiuulnrs, apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
118 Merchant St.
Honolulu, March 111, 1S3C. 0si3 tf
AND ALL PERSONS owning
,ots in Nuuanu Valley Cemetery
aie respectfully requested to call at tho
Olllcu of the undoihigncd, between the
bonis of !) and 12 a. m., from Friday,
17th April, to Friday, 1st May, 1885, at
Trensurer Oahu Cemetery Ass'n.
Honolulu, 17th April, 188C. !97 til
To sail on Mny 1st. The fatt sailing
Clipper Brig Allie Rowe,
G. B. HOLLAND, Master.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
FHEETH & PEACOCK, Agents.
HOT DBTJTVS !
EVERY SATURDAY !
Owing to the great demand for Hot
Cross Buns at Easter, nnd by request of
many of toy customers, hereafter I shall
HOT KUAS ItEADV
for my customers
Every Sutui-duy Afternoon.
Guaranteed ns good as the Easter
Hot Cross Huns. Leave your orders
Confectitmci and Fancy linker, Hotel
Street. 0!)2 lm
New York & Honolulu Packet
MKPSIIS. Ar. ILCROSSMAN
Jc IJRO., 77 Broad street,
N. Y., will despatch a llr&t-
chiss v'sgI in this line, from
New York to Honolulu Direct,
on or about .TUNK 15. Parties wishing
to avail themselves of this fine opportu
nity .should forward orders as early as
CASTLE & COOKE, Agents,
Honolulu, April li, 1885. DBG lm
WHEREAS Ah Hue of Kipahulu,
has left for China, and given
charge of his business to Wong Fook
and Kin Ue, nnd whereas said Ah Hue
is indebted to several persons and made
no provision to puy his creditors, said
Wong Fook and Kin LTu have Hindu an
assignment to Hyman Bros, and O. Alo,
of the property belonging to said Ah
Hue for the hcnellt of all creditor.
Ail persons having any claim against
Ah Hue arc requested to present them
duly specified to the uiulcrbigned nt tho
office of Hyman Bros, within ninety
days. HYMAN BROS.,
Honolulu. April 21, 18S5. 1003 lm
SUPKEME COURT of the Ha
wniian Islands. In the matter of
the Bankruptcy of J. II. BHUNS, Jn.
Bcforu Mr. Justice McCully.
.1. II. BKUNS. Jit., doing business In
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, having this
day been adjudicated bankrupt on his
own petition. It is hereby ordered thatall
creditors of said bankrupt come in and
proro their chiiuiG before me, at my
Chambers, in Honolulu, on
WeducMdny, April 20, 1885,
At 10 o'clock a. m.
AND IT IS FUItTIIElt ORDERED
that upon said Enid day, the creditors
do pioceed to hold an ELECTION
of an assignee or assignees of said hank,
nipt cbtnte, and that notice hereof be
published in the Daily I'. C, Advertiser
and Daily Buli.btin newspaper, from
the 22nd to tho 2lth or April, and In tho
Hawaiian Gazette of. April 20th.
Dated Honolulu, April 21, 1885.
Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: Hknuy Smith,
Deputy Clerk. 1002 td
POI ! POI !
WIlrox'H Machine Made.
Families and others hi want of Good,
Cm obtain tlm bume in quuntltics
suit by leaving orders nud con.
JT. U. OA.'A
At Pacific Navigation Co.'s Building.
601 Queen Mroet, tf