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Ahuucdii Leaven Honolulu. May 1
Mariposa Leaves Honolulu, .May 13
KOlt A1WKI,NI AND HVIlKKVi
Stmr AuRtrnlin May
roil ban riiANcrsco.
Stmr Zonliimlln Ttfny 10
Sclir Ktiiiitii from I'itiiiiilioi-lntc1
Stmr .his Makee from Kniial
Sclir Nettle Merrill from Lahaliui
StmrMokolll from Windward I'oits
Sclir AValoll from Mnllko.
Brig Neptune from Newcastle
Brig .T I) Sprc'ekel-i from S F
Bk '1' 11 Foster from Newcastle
Stntr Lehua for AVindwaid I'oits
Sehr 1'oliolkl for Kukaluu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
StmrMokolll for "Windward 1'orln
Sclir Wnloll for Mallko
Dgttie Chuw Sprcokols for S F
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steam Bktne Morning Star, Bray
Brig Allio Itowu, Holland
S S Alameda, Mor.e
Bgtm- Clans SprcekeK Drew"
Bktne .John Smith.
Bktnc Katie Fliekingcr. Yotmg
Bktne Amelia, Xcwhall
Bk T K Foster, Itugg
Brig Xeptune, Cozens
Brig J D Spreekcls, Fills
From San FrnncUeo per J D Spreo
kel. April 20 Mrs Lotte Sale-burg and
child, S It Pierce, Win Foster and John
From Kauai via AVuialun and AVala
lua and AVaianae per Jus Makee, April
2!) lr Craddock,.!! E Anerbach and
The bk Mcndota from New York to
Cattle & Cooke is 11)2 days out to-day.
The Allic Itmvc is docked at the old
Custom llou-e whaif to receive the
finishing touches, slip will sail next
Sclir Kamol brought 21)01 bags of
. The Haw bk T It Foster, Cant Itugg,
arrived this morning 0:i days from New
castle with 1-IG1 toil's of coal. She is
consigned to C Brewer & Co. Capt
Itugg reports having lighted Tahiti on
the 27th day out, and had most miser
able weather throughout the voyage.
The two native boat-boys that stowed
away on the bk T It Foster tho day she
left here, were secreted for almost two
days before they were discovered. On
their arrival at Victoria, B C, they went
over tho side and that was tins lat
the Captain saw of them.
The Morning Star U, supposed to sail
to-morrow, but it Is very doubtful.
The ship luiperator took 2S.30ft bags
of sugar valued at $1(!2,S07.1H.
Thebgtne.l 1) SpreckeK Capt Fliis,
arrived tills morning 21 days from San
Francisco. She brings I!0 hogs, 1-IS sks
of bran, 170 bales, of hay, 070 sks of bone
meal, 23,000 bricks, etc. She ls con
signed to Irwin ifc Co.
The chief engineer of the stmr Moko
lil will sail for San Francisco on the
Alameda and return on Fred Wtmdcn
The brig Xeptune, Capt Win Cozens,
arrived this morning Oil days from New
castle with f00 tons of coal to AYildcr &
Co. She left Newcastle one hour after
the bk T It Foster and arrived here oinf
hour later than that vessel. The Nep
tune is an ancient-looking vessel but Is
of the modest age of IS years.
Stmr Jas Makee brought 2.V11 bags of
The Kilauca Mill has tinished grind
ing. The Makee brought the last of the
Stmr Mokolli brought 00 bags of
sugar, 15 head of cattle. -1 horses, 25
sheep and -11 green hides.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Fui.i. moon last night.
. m i
Uxci.e Tom's Cabin at Music Hall
to-night by request.
Latkst Foreign News
found on our fourth page.
A fixi: Avery scale, weighing from
oz to 2 lbs., is advertised for sale.
Tun usual services will be held at
.St. Andrew's Cathedral this evening
at 7:30 o'clock.
Tin: Supreme Court has been
sitting in Banco to-day and will also
do so to-morrow.
In the Supreme Court this morn
ing claims were proved in the matter
of the bankruptcy of J. II. Brims,
Mksshs. King Bros, will move to
morrow to the new storo adjoining
the Elite Ice Cream Parlors on Hotel
Mit. Frank P. Hustings will be
the cashier of Spreckels & Co.'s new
bank. Ho was formerly United
A i.Auai: party of ladies aud gen
tlemen were entertained yesterday
by Mr. "Win. G. Irwin at his seaside
residence, AVaikiki. It was a most
Tin: demand for yesterday's issue
of tins Bulletin' containing a full
account of tho new volcano route
was so great that it has been found
necessary to reprint it in to-day's issue
Orders for copies should be sent in
Tin: fair in aid of the funds of the
Kaumakaplli church hns been post
poned from May 8th until May
Ir you wniit a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or nny kind of childron
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
111 Nuuanu street- D80. tf.
Tin: Ul'ixutin goes into nearly
every house in the city mid suburbs,
therefore you could have no better
means of advertising your wares.
A i.Attor. variety of cabinet cele
brities, also stereoscopic views,
stereoscopes, grnphoscopes, etc., at
King Hros.' Art Store. 100G 3t
Tin: Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a concert at the Hawaiian Hotel
to-morrow evening in honor of ex
Now is the time to have your
magazines, old books and newspapers
bound in good style at A. II. Hnse-
niann'a Book-bindery, Gazette Block.
Two or three of the guests at the
Hawaiian Hotel will gave a dancing
......... nt- (!...- itlnjin title. i.A.!.trr
which promises to be a very nice
Tnosi: persons owning lots in the
Nuuanu Valley Cemetery arc re
minded that they arc requested to
call on Mr. A. J. Cartwright before
the 1st of May.
Tin: services at the funeral of the
late Queen Emma, which takes place
Sunday, May 10th, will be conducted
by the Bishop and clergy of St.
To-mokkow afternoon the Mission
ary steamer Morning Star will leavo
this port for Micronesia. Farewell
services will be held on board at 2
r. it., to which all are invited.
Mussus. Lyons & Levey will hold
their regular cash sale to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock, aud will sell
amongst other things, sugar, gro
ceries, dry goods and a new covered
Two young native boys who stow
ed away on the bark T. K. Foster,
jumped off the vessel before she ar
rived at her dock in Victoria, B. C,
aud have not since been seen by
The usual prayer meetings at the
Fort street and Bethel Union
Churches will be held this evening.
The subject at the former church
will be "Prayer," and at the latter,
"Temptations how to resist and
A ukmaiikaui.k marine incident
mentioned in our shipping notes, is
the departure from Newcastle, N. S.
W., of the brig Neptune and bark
T. H. Foster within an hour of euuh
other, and their arrival at this port
the same time apart.
Tin: Justices of the Supreme Court
have appointed Mr. Geo. E. Rich
ardson to be the clerk of the Circuit
Court of the Second Judicial Circuit,
in place of Mr. Jas. W. Girvin, re
signed. The appointment takes
effect from the 1st of May.
Bv direction of N. F. Burgess,
Lyons and Levey will sell at auction
at the "Windsor restaurant, on Satur
day at 10 o'clock, chairs, tables,
crockery, glassware, plated ware,
furniture, etc., being the same dis
trained for non-payment of rent.
The Honolulu Killes had a good
drill on the streets last evening. An
examination for corporals took place
Monday evening. The result was
announced last evening as follows:
2d corporal, J. II. Fisher; 3d cor
poral, J. W. Pratt; 4th corporal, E.
F. Bishop; 5th corporal, E. D.
FitANic Gertz is one of the kind of
men, who is always looking out for
the wants of his customers, and to
sec that they are properly attended
to. The Alameda brought him a
splendid stock of boots, shoes and
slippers, for ladies, gentlemen and
children, which should be inspected
by everyone. Be sure and call early.
The S. S. Alameda sails on Friday
at noon. The Post-oillcc mail closes
at 10 o'clock sharp. Owing to the
month of May being the period fixed
for obtaining statistics on which the
transit charges are based throughout
the Postal Union, tho late mail will
close at 11 o'clock sharp, for each
of the mails leaving during Hint
Mnssits. W. G. Irwin and Co.
have been appointed agents of the
Board of Immigration to make aud
carry out all business arrangements
for the continuance of voluntary
immigration of Japanese to this
Kingdom, and all applications should
be forwaided to them. About six
hundred immigrants are expected
here in May, to be followed by
others as required.
Dh. S. E. Craddock returned from
Waiunae this r. m. by the James
Makee. He reports Mr. J. L.
Richardson, the manager, as getting
along very nicely. It appears he
wns riding in his buggy when the
horses bolted and he was thrown out.
Two of his ribs were broken and ho
was otherwise bruised. The doctor (
also attended n little boy on the nest
plantation who had received an ugly
cut on his leg by a cano knife. The
little fellow is also doing well.
NEW VOLCANO ROUTE.
The Wilder Steamship Company's
Volcano excursion party arrived in
Honolulu Tuesday morning by the
steamer Lcliua, at 4 o'clock. They
left on Tuesday last by the Kinau.
Arriving at Maliukona a train was
in waiting, which at once took tho
party to Niullii. They sat down to
a line spread at the round house,
after which ti cane wagon was
boarded aud the party was conveyed
to the Halawa store, remaining there
about one hour looking round. Then
the cane wagon was once more
boarded and the party taken to the
Halawa station, and from thence on
the train to Maliukona. There they
waited at Mr. C. L. Wight's resi
dence for the Kinau to come from
Kawaihac. The party left Maliu
kona at (!:20 o'clock Wednesday
night, arriving at Ililo at 3 o'clock
the next morning. All sat down to
breakfast at the Arnold House, and
left there at 1 o'clock for the Half
way House. A number of pack
mules 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
amid 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 How 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
stormy that on Saturday morning a
messenger was sent to Keauliou to
tell the Captain of the Lehua to wait
for further instructions. He an
swered back by saying that he
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 Keauliou. Two of the party,
Messrs. Sutton and Scholield, made
the distance, fourteen miles, in two
hours and a quarter, while the bal
ance taking matters easier arrived
well inside of four hours. Nine
miles of the road, which is of de
composed lava, is as line 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 Keauliou at 3
o'clock Sunday afternoon, and after
stopping at Kaalualu to land Mr. G.
W. (J. Jones, arrived in Honolulu at
4 o'clock Tuesday morning. The
party consisted of Lord' Elphin
stone, Mr. James Ashbury, M. P.,
Honorable S. G. Wilder, ex-Senator
Booth, Col. Adams, Rev. C. II.
Sutton, Messrs. J. B. F. Davis, C.
Schoficld, G. W. Wolff and S. B.
Rose. At Maliukona the party were
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 new route to the Volcano
via Keauliou on Juno 23rd. The
Kinau will leave every Tuesday as
heretofore, touching at all her regu
lar ports, and arrive nt Keauliou G
o'clock Thursday morning. Passen
gers can leave at once for the 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 Ililo, and,
after landing passengers and freight,
go on to Latipahochoc, returning to
Ililo the same evening. Leaving
Ililo Friday morning between ten
and twelve o'clock, she will tako up
volcano passengers at Keauliou, and
thence proceed to Kawaihae and
Maliukona. The latter place will
be left Saturday afternoon, and
touching at Makena, Maalaca and
Lahaina, the Kinau will arrive early
each Sunday morning in Honolulu.
The Volcano House with the lands
and adjoining lauds, upon which is
the harbor and landing of Keauliou,
have all passed into the hands of
Wilder it Co. The Volcano IIouso
will be improved, renovated and re
furnished, and after the 23rd of
June kept as a first-class resort.
Passengers can leavo Honolulu
Tuesday nights, have 27 hours at
the Volcano, and be returned to
Honolulu on Sunday morning, at an
expense of $50 flrst-class, which in
cludes everything. Or they can re
main over a trip, visiting Ililo, at
an additional expense of $20. This
new route is bound to become popu-
lnr, from the fact thnt the distance
to bo travelled after leaving the
steamer is so slight, and the road is
so easy for travel. There will be
no occasion now for ladies to dread
a trip to the wonderful, active vol
cano of Kilauca.
ODD FELLOWSHIP IN HONOLULU.
Last evening Mr. W. C. Parke, ex
Marshal of the Kingdom and Past
District Deputy Grand Sire of the
Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
lectured before Excelsior Lodge and
visiting brethren, upon the "History
of the Order in Honolulu from 184(5
to 1850." There was a large at
tendance of olllccrs and members.
The commodious Lodge rooms on
Fort street were handsomely decor
ated for the occasion. Over the
entrance of the Library was a
draped Hawaiian flag, with a fancy
basket containing an elaborate bou
quet depending from it. Hawaiian,
British and American Hags, and
streamers from the commercial code
were used in profusion to drape
the walls of the Lodge room itself.
Festoons of passion vines and
flowers stretched across the hall
corncrwisc, and clustered about tho
lamp brackets and chandeliers.
Gorgeous bouquets of roses, gera
niums, and other species of bloom,
adorned the fronts of the principal
olllccrs' canopies, aud the various
stands were beautifully wreathed
with vines and flowers. On the
reading desk stood bouquets in
pretty vases, and the piano was
similarly adorned. The whole sys
tem of decorations was conceived in
taste and executed with rare skill,
so that a delightful effect was pro
duced. Mr. Parke's lecture was not only
interesting to Odd Fellows, but for
its incidental history of the growth
of the city is worthy of preserva
tion in a permanent form. It detailed
the noble struggles of the boncflcent
Order in its early daj's. Excelsior
Lodge is the pioneer one west of the
Rocky Mountains, and has outlived
difllcultics that would have over
whelmed an organization composed
of ordinary men. It has number
ed, as it and its younger sister, Har
mony Lodge, now number among
their members many of the first citi
zens of Honolulu. Pictures of a
number of them adorn tho walls of
the Lodge room, along with those of
other celebrities of the Order, and
include such men as Mr. Parku, the
late Mr. George Emmcs and Mr.
Chas. Dillingham, who both came to
sad ends by accidental violence.
Excelsior Lodge is no mean patron
of literature, for on the shelves of a
comfortable library there arc about
1,200 volumes, many of them stand
ard and some very rare works.
There arc bound files of early Hono
lulu newspapers which money could
not buy to-day. Apart from the
intrinsic merits of the Order, this
Lodge lias earned high distinction
as one of the useful institutions of
AN ELECANT AFFAIR.
Last evening, Capt. and Mrs.
G. Morse gave a musicale and
formal dance on board the
steamship Alameda. The after
part of the vessel had been covered
in with canvas and was beautifully
and tastefully decorated with- Hags,
aud illuminated by the electric light,
which had a very brilliant effect.
About fifty invited guests were pre
sent, who thoroughly enjoyed the
occasion. In the early part of the
evening the following programme
was rendered in a most excellent
manner in the social hall:- Piano
solo, Mr. J. F. Brown; Violin
solo, Cavatina, Raff, Mr. J. W.
Yarndley ; Song, Kiss Waltz, Mrs.
W. K. Dargie; Song, with violin
obligato, Angels' Serenade, Miss
Bertha von Holt ; Song, Sleep well,
sweet angel, Miss l'attie Rhodes;
Flute solo, Old Folks at Home, Mr.
II. W. Morse; Song, Speed on,
Roeckcl, Mr. Fred Whitney. Dan
cing followed and was kept up with
great spirit until nearly 12 o'clock.
A detachment of the Royal Ha
waiian Band was present and played
for dancing. About half-past ten
o'clock the party sat down to a
sumptuous and elegant supper. The
whole affair was very enjoyable
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN.
The performance of this play at
Music Hall last evening, by the San
Francisco Dramatic Company, was
given a good house, but the perform
ance was anything but satisfactory,
and not at all iu keeping with the
previous good work of the company.
The first two acts were very well
played, but nftcr these the play
dragged along rather painfully. The
play was billed with hix acts, but
the third one was evidently omitted.
Mr. AVillio Simms as Marks kept tho
audience iu one continual roar of
laughter while on tho htage, and Mr.
.Stetson did some first-class acting as
I'hineas Fletcher and made a very
fair Legrce. Miss Minnie Young as
Topsy was good and to was Miss
Heath in the character of Aunt Ophe
lia. The company will repeat the
play again this evening by request.
Tho play is so universally known
that its success at this day depends
entirely upon the ability and style
of its performance. Probably the
company can do it more justice upon
its second presentation.
The regular annual meeting of the
Married Men's base ball club was
held this noon in the rooms of the
Planters' Labor and Supply Com
pany. There was a good attendance
of members present. TJic election
of olllccrs resulted as follows: Pre
sident, James G. Spencer; Secre
tary and Treasurer, E. G. Board
man ; Captain, S. J. Levey. The
above olllccis form a board of
directors, and they will meet at an
early date and arrange for the open
ing of the season. Somo important
changes were made in the constitu
tion and by laws. Other business
was transacted of an unimportant
CONTEMPT OF COURT.
This morning in the Supreme
Court, at Chambers, before Chief
Justice Judd, Afong, a rice planter
at Waialua, was '-entenced to one
month's imprisonment and fined $50
and costs, for contempt of Court,
and further imprisonment until he
complies with the former decree of
the Couit, in the case of J. O. Davis
tv. Afong, ordering him to restore
the banks and water, and so forth
erected by him to tho prejudice of
the rights of the plaintiff. This is
a case of uncommon occurrence, the
Court's orders being generally
Before Justice Bickcrton.
Heeia, charged with drunkenness,
was fined $5 and $ costs. Goo
Duck was brought up on a charge
of disorderly conduct and remanded
until the 1st. A Russian who goes
by the name of John Brown, for the
same offense, after hearing evidence,
was reprimanded and discharged on
payment of $3.80 costs. Kalama,
for deserting contract service, was
ordered to return and pay costs S3.
So long as young men can live
without working, and so long as
society lboks upon workingmen as
not respectable or fit to become hus
bands of society's daughters, so
long will the world be filled with
iTllc, amiable loafers and worthless
tramps. Ar. O. J'icuyune.
Frch, at .s Cent Each.
Every Morning at 11 O'clock
Steam Candy Factory and Knlteiy, 71
Hotel rit., Telephone No. 7).
E. R. RYAN'S
The oldest and only Ho it Huililing Shop
in the 'Kingdom.
lio'ils and Scows of all kinds made to
order. Sun Ho.us a specialty.
1 h'.ivo Oak Timbers imported expressly
for Island use.
All kinds or Hoat Rcpnhing done at
100.1 shortest notice. ly
SaMay, May 1,
A FINK gentle family horse at rea.
Honnhlu figures. Also several sets
of single harness. Anplv to
E. II. MILES.
1005 lw Hawaiian Hotel Stubles.
i GOODS I
R .VI' 'OWT. n
El loon ot 1
rplIE HOUSK mid premises situated
JL In N'uunnu Valley, opposito the
Hoyal Mausoleum, belonglne to and
lecently occupied by Samuel Xott. For
particular, apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
38 Merchant St.
Houolulu, March 31, 1835. 0S3 tf
ANY AND ALL PERSON'S owning
Lots iu Nuuanu Valley Cemetery
nie respectfully requeitcd to call at the
Olllce of the undersigned, between the
hours of 0 and 12 a. m., from Friday,
17th April, to Friday, 1st Jlay, 18Sii, nt
A. J. CAUTWMGHT, .
Trcnstircr Onhu Ccmcterv Ass'n.
Honolulu, 17th April, 1885. ' 037 td
To fail on Muy
1st. The fust ."ailing
Clipper Brig Aliie Rowc,
G. U. HOLLAND, JItistcr.
For Freight or Passago, apply to
FREETII &. PEACOCK, Agents.
HOT 3BXJrsTS I
EVERY SATURDAY !
Owing to the great demand for Hot.
Cross Huns at Easter, nut! by request of
many ot my eustomeis, hereafter I shnll
HOT KIJXS ItKAltV
for my customers
Every Suttirclny Afternoon.
Guaiuntccd as good u? the Euster
Hot Cross Huns. Leave your orders
Confectioner and Fancy H.ikcr, Hotel
Street. U02 1m
New York & Honolulu Packet
MESSRS. AV. H.CHOSSMAN
it BHO., 77 Hroail street,
N. Y.. will dcinnteh :i IIi-hI.
?"olass vessel in this line, fioni
Now York to Honolulu Direct,
on or about JUNE lfi. Parties wishing
to anil themselves of this line opportu.
nity should forward orders as early as
CASTLE & COOKE, Agents,
Honolulu, Apill a, 1885. 1180 lm
IVIIpox'm Machine .Undo.
Families and others iu want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain the same iu quantities
Mill by leaving orders and con.
XT. JB. OAT,
At Fuel lie
"VT1CKLY Furnished Rooms, well vcn.
1 lilated, at No. 110 King Street,
opposite the residence of O. T. Gulick.
iTMtOM the 1st of May, the Cottage
? No. ."i. AVclliiii'toii Palace. School
rpYVO large second-hand Show Cases.
X Address, stating whera they can be
seen, aud price, K. H., this otllee.
ON FRIDAY, April 21. near Maku.
nui's place, l'unahou, it small oval
tin box containing about $8r iu gold
and some nilvcr. The Under will be
liberally reworded on returning name to
V. J. FAGEHHOOS, AVatchmaUer.
1005 lw 88 King Street.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY
JL gives notice that he will not be
responsible for any debts contracted in
Ids name without his written order.
Honolulu, April 15, 1835. 890 lm
TIIE UNDERSIGNED, having heard
X their brother, Y. ALA.U, TntcndB
inarryingi iu this country, desire to in
form all concerned that he Is cnguged
to a woman in China. AH AVA,
Honolulu, March 10th, 1885. 'J73 !im
Building: Lots for Sale.
SKVERAL building lots for sale or
rent nt ICnpalnmu, near the Nluhe
luwal bridge, on the Ewa side of the
lane leading to AusIIu'h estate. Easy
terms. Apply to AV. O. ACH1,
Liw ollleo of W. K. Castle. 887 tf
:REA8 Ah Hue of
TT has left for China, mid L'iven
charge of his hmincts to Wong Fook
and Kin Ue, mid whereas said Ah Hue
s Indebted to several person aud made
no provibiou to pay lifs creditors, said
AVoug Fook and Kin Uu have made an
assignment to Hymttn Hros. and G. Alo,
of the property belonging to said Ah
Hue for the beuetlt of all creditor.
All persons having any claim against
Ah Hue arc rcipicoted to prcacnt them
duly specltled to the undersigned ut the
olllce of Hymun Hros. within ninety
days. HYMAN EROS., .
Honolulu, April 21, lb85. 1002 lni