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FRIDAY, MAY P, IShS.
tii niji jj i ii j ii i mii iMn-ir r i " - r
Selir Knwnlbinl funn ICookm
S S Mnrlnosa from San IroucUeo
Schr Wrtlehu from Kolou
fetiurMokolil for Wludwnid Torn
Sulir Wnliunlu from llllo
VESSELS LEAVING TOMORROW.
Uktue ICntlo Flleklnner for S F
Stnir U 11 llishop for Khun I via Walanne
Stmr .Tn1' Inkco for Knpnu
Brig Alllo Kowo for Hongkong
Schr Kawallanl for Koolau
Schr Luka from Koholalelu
VESSELS IK PORT.
U S S Hartford. Porktiu
liktuc Jolin Smith.
llktne Katie Flleklnger, Young
Bktiio Amelia, Xcwluill
Brig Neptune. Cozen?
Brig Allie Howe, Holland
Brig W II Mover,
Ilk Tit Foster, Hugg
Bktnc W 11 Dtmond, lloudlett
Bk Foret Queen, Xcllson
Bk Mendotu, Nnsli
S S Mariposa, Hnywnrd
Fiom San Francisco, per a S Mail-po-sa,
Mav 8 Col Weeks and wife, Mlsa
Weck, blasters Weeks 2, Mrs En-inn ami
son, Miss Easan, Mls G C Gardenlcr,
Miss A 0 S Blake, Miss M M Clioate,
Miss A Webber, Mrs Wlntluop, Dr r
L Sick, Otto l'.ifost, II Binder, Miss A
Love, P Pctrovlts, C F Mullius, Ex Gov
Dowucv and servant, G U Boardman,
Col P Donahue and wife, A Schocnfchl,
Frank S Dodge, wife and elilld, Mls L
Stcwlnirt, A J Cartwrlglit, ,Tr ami wife,
Norman Logan, MlssM McDoncll, Hcv
Jos Hiss, Bio M Lclilcr, 27 Europeans,
Tlie steamer Jas Makee sails lo-uiur-iow
at 4 p m for Kapaa only.
Stmr C K Bishop sails to-morrow at
8am for Waianae. Walalua. Kllauoa
The Katie Flickingcr sails to-morrow
for San Francisco, the W II Dlmoml on
Monday next and the John Smith some
time next week.
Schr Waieliu brought 750 bags of
sugar and 1)0 bags of rice.
The S S Matiposa sailed from San
Francisco May 1st, at 15 i- r, with -10
cabin, 145 steerage passengers, and 1017
tons of fi eight. Fhst2days had fresh
10 moderate winds from west to north,
Miiooth sea, clear weather, next 4 days
variable "Winds with squally mliiy
weather and heavy N W sv, ell. Thence
to port light winds fiom N W to N,
smooth sea, cloudy weather. May 4th
in hit. 30.53 N, long, 139.41 V, Biig
Levi Stevens, steering XK. Time days
Capt Klbling of the schooner Waiehu
reports seeing a veiy huge humpback
whale off the passage this morniug.
A heavy and steady lain at Hnnalei is
DIMOND'S LATEST CIRCULAR.
Suoak. Since our ;last report April
15th the situation lias gieatly improved,
owing to the fact that the Beet scedlngs
in Europe uic largely decreased, to
gether with the certainty of a smaller
Cuha crop than was expected.
We quote from New York Exchange
of the 23rd ult. as follows :
" Rainy weather in Cuba having sen.
ously Intcrfeied with grinding, so that
the output will probably be less than
that of last years (5j0,000tons), this pros
pect together with the urinous prices at
which planters have been compelled
to sell over one-third of the crop, has
resulted finally in an attempt to with
hold the balance In hopes of higher
prices, so that the offerings from Cuba
are very much smaller than usual at this
season of tho year and this diffeieuce
will soon he felt by Hie Refiners. The
statistical position shows improvement
and the outlook is more encouraging in
several paitleulars. The export demand
for rellncd is icserved, but pin chases
aic restricted by the higher freights and
improving prices. It is becoming evi
dent that our market must rise to the
parity of other consuming niaikets.
fThcrc seems no good reasonjwhy centri
fugals for instance should be selling as
low as they weie when Beet sugar was
at 10s in London.
Prices;. New Yoik, April 30th, Cuba
centrifugals Oil percent test 5 7-Hi c.
London, May 27th, Beets, SS percent
test 13, market very strong.
The Manila Basis was reduced on the
loth ult. to 4.S7, butwolookforaueaily
alvance. On the 28th the California
Refinery reduced its prices .i e all
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Srlixtioxs on our fourth page.
Tub Mariposa brought one hun
dred atitl twelve Chinese.
A meeting of the Privy Council
.will be held to-morrow at noon.
The Y. M. C. A. arithmetic class
... mepts this evening at 7.30 o'clock.
The Myrtle Boat Club holds its
regular monthly meeting this evening.
Ouu thanks are duo Purser Guard
of the Mariposa for a late file of
' Now you Britishers do not forget
your meeting at -1 o'clock this after
noon. A man and his wife advertise for
a situation in a private family to do
A notice for members of China
Engine Co, No. fl will be found in
Tin: attention of the members of
tho Honolulu liillcs is. called to a
notice in anotheroluran,
A Mr.nTisa of raclmiikV Hcneflt
rn'iuu will Ito lielil lliis evening, in
the roorrn of Kngino Co. No. 2.
A PoTirnt r. mall will lu s cut
to Hongkong liy tho Allio Howe to
morrow. It elbcs at 11 A. M.
Tut S. S. City of Tokio is iluo
curly nest week with about six hun
dred Japanese immigrants.
Ir you want the bos9 shine, go to
the Occidental Boot Black Stand,
corner of Foit and Hotel street.
A sruciAi. meeting of the Kapio
lani Boat Club will lie held to-morrow
evening at their rooms, King
A uuand luatiucc performance of
Hazel Kirkc will be given at Music
Hall to-morrow afternoon at 2
The place to buy J. V. Hingley's
celebrated cigars is the Crystal Soda
Works. They can lie obtained there
wholesale and retail.
E. II. 'Woodwoiitii and D. T.
Bailey have formed a co-partnership
under the Ann name of the
Crystal Soda Works.
Jr you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
l.i Nuuanu street- 980. tf.
PiCTUiiB cord, and gold aud silver
wire, picture knobs, hooks, etc.,
also patent hooks for curtain hang
ing at King Bros.' Art Store.
Ex-goveuxoh Downey, of Cali
fornia, arrived by the Mariposa. He
was Democratic Governor of that
State some twelve or thirteen years
To-mokuow evening Hazel Hirke
will be repeated at the Music Hull.
The performance will conclude with
the screaming farce Barney the
Tun California Produce & Piovi
sion Company has received by the
Mariposa a fine variety of fresh fruits
and vegetables, the best in the mar
ket. 101G 2t.
Lewis & Co. received on ice by
the Mariposa a splendid lot of fish,
vegetables aud fresh fruits, such as
are rarely seen in this market. A
sample proves it.
Colon'ei. Peter Donahue, a San
Francisco millionaire, arrived by the
Mariposa. He is one of the pioneeis
of the State and owns the Gas Works
in San Francisco.
Messes. Wolfe & Edwards receiv
ed a quantity of new goods by the
Mariposa this morning, and the
Zealandia due on the 10th will bring
them New Zealand potatoes.
Tue S. S. Mariposa arrived at
noon 0 days 18 Louis from San
Francisco. She brings news up to the
1st inst,. 185 passengers and a fair
cargo of freight.
Os April 29th the President sent
in to the Senate several nominations
of ' Consuls for different places.
Among them is John II. Putnam, of
Ohio, for Consul at Honolulu.
AVest, Dow & Co. have received
by the Mariposa, Ebony Cornices,
Brackets, Capo D'astros, Toy
Drums, Marbles, Mosquito Hoops,
and a large assortment of Birthday
Cards. 101(i 2t.
Call in this afternoon early to
morrow morning at Ubash and Ec
knrt's jewelry store and you can see
the silver inscription shield and
crown to be placed on the late
' Mits. Reynolds, wife of the late
Admiral William Reynolds, was
drowned at Fortress Monroe, recent
ly. Botli icsided here and on Kauai
several years ago, and will be well
remembered by many of our citizens.
- m 9 - " ' -
In speaking yesterday of the fune
ral services of the late Queen Emma,
to be held at Kawaiahao Cliurch,1we
omitted to mention that the use of
the church had been very kindly
tendered by the pastor, Rev. II. H.
To-morrow's paper will contain
tho official order of procession for
the funeral of Her lute Majesty
Queen Emma. Persons desiring
extra copies will pleaso notify this
olllco not later than one o'clock in
tho afternoon. '
To-morrow morning at 12 o'clock
noon, Mr. James Morgan, for Mr.
Adams, will sell by older of the
Marshal, nil the right, title and in
terest of Yce Tai & Co, in a certain
lease for premises used as a store
and coffeo saloon, Palama Road.
Tin: Advertiser states this morn
ing that the Royal Hawaiian Band
played for dancing at the Hotel last
evening. This is wrong, it was the
band from the Hartford. A good
many of our citizens were surprised
to see their names in the same paper
this morning as present at tho party.
Sin. M. rico has picscntcd the
I'irc Department with 8200, In re
cognition of tho department h scr- i
vices nt tho Lovo Bakery llro In (
August, 1881, which tiro would have
destroyed Ins property If it had not
been for tho persistent efforts of the
ilrcinmi. A card of thanks will be
found in this issue.
Tue ladles of the Woman'a Chris
tian Temperance Union desire us to
state that whenever fires occur in
the city during the daytime or night,
coffee will be served free to the
members of tho Firo Department,
cither during or nt tho close of the
(ire, by Mr. J. II. Nolto, at tho
Tni:nr. was a good attendance at
the Kaumaknpili Church last even
ing to hear Mr. Crowley, who thor
oughly interested his audience for
an hour and a quarter upon the
liquor question. The lecturer had
an able interpreter in Miss Green.
As soon as possible space will be
given for a full report of the lecturer
in these columns.
Capt. Fuller, harbor master, de
nies the imputation of our marine
reporter, that the harbor scavenging
is improperly done. He says his
men do their work carefully and well,
and that tho report to the contrary
does him unmerited injustice. On
the other hand, the reporter saw the
thing he mentioned, the superin
tendent of one of tho principal
wharves, sweeping refuse into the
To-morrow afternoon the Hono
lulu Baseball nine will play a match
game with a liko number from the
U. S. S. Hartford. It will be played
on the Makiki grounds and com
mence at three o'clock. The follow
ing is the Honolulu nine: Pitcher,
Geo. Markham ; catcher, IT. Wode
house; first base, G. Wodehousc;
second base, II. M. Whitney, Jr. ;
third base, E. P. Low ; short stop,
F. B. Oat; right field, J. I. Dow
sett, Jr. ; centre .field, F. D. "Whit
ney; left field, E. Dowsett. The
team from the Hartford will be a
strong one and a good game may be
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT.
The Board of Representatives of
the Honolulu Fire Department held
its regular meeting last evening.
After the regular routine business
had been gone through with, it was
voted that a card of thanks to Mr.
Pico be published for his donation
of S250, in appreciation of the ser
vices of the department. A judge
of election and tellers were appointed
to superintend the election of engi
neers for 188-1-5, on the evening of
June 1st, prox. It was voted that
apropos of the call on owners of
burial lots in the Nuuanu Cemetery
to make improvements of sume, a
space of 1-1 ft. by 42 ft. be pur
chased of the Cemetery Association,
and that a coping be placed around
the Firemen's burial lot, in place of
the old and dilapidated iron fence.
MR. RICHARDSON'S ILLNESS.
As stated yesterday, Mr. Jules
Richardson, manager of the Waia
nae Plantation, was brought to Ho
nolulu by the James Makee. He,
was at once taken to the Queen's
Hospital. Everything was done for
him at Waianae by Dr. Craddock,
who was summoned and remained
with him four days. The doctor
left him much improved and getting
along nicely. But a change for the
worse came on. This morning Hon.
II. A. Widcmann asked the Minister
of the Interior for the use of the
tug. It was immediately granted
by His Excellency and at once des
patched to Waianae to fetch Mrs.
Richardson. As we go to press his
condition is very low. Much sym
pathy is expressed in the commu
nity, Mr. Richardson being held in
Last evening the Hawaiian Hotel
was a scene of great gaiety. A re
ception and ball was tendered Ad
in Ira 1 Upshur, Captain Perkins and
olllccrs of the TJ. S. S. Hartford, by
Mrs. J. S. McGrew, Mrs. John II.
Paty, Mrs. Henry Macfarlanc and
Col. G. W. Macfarlanc The
spacious dining room was used for
dancing, and tho fine band from the
Hartford was in attendance, and dis
coursed excellent music. The guests
were received by the hospitable com
pany above-named. Thero was a
bountiful supply of refreshments.
The following is a list of those pie
scnt in addition to the guests espe
cially intended to bo honored : His
Ex-Gov. Dominis, Mons Feer and
the Misses Ecer, Colonel and Mrs.
C. H. Judd, Mr. and Mrs. It. W.
Lalnc, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Dole,
Dr. and Mrs. J. S. McGrew, Mrs.
and Miss Mist, Mr. and Mrs. C. AV.
Ashford, Capt. and Mrs. Fuller, Mr,
and Mrs. II. Macfarlane, Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Parke, Mr. and Mrs. J.
II. Paty, Mr. and Mrs, Scribucr,
Mrs. Maynard, Miss Houston, Mrs,
Morse, Miss Hatch, Mrs. Dargie,
Mr, and Mrs. J. I, Dowsett, Capt.
and Mrs. Hayley, Mr. and Mrs. J.
II. Soper, Mr. aud Mrs. C. O. Ber
ger, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Macfar-
lane, Mr. and Mrs. .1. O. Cm tor,
Mr. and Mis. F. P. Hastings, Mr.
and Sirs. Hendry, Mrs. .!
Brldo nnd the Misses .Molbidu, ,
tho Misses inter, Makee, Miller,
Potwin, Wodehousc, Pnrkcs, Dow
sett, Wilder. Green, Ithodco,
Widcninnn, Kelley, Wells, Flnckler,
Jiuld, Von Holt, Kichardson, Carter;
Colonel G. W. Mactnrlnne, Major
E. V. Purvis; Messrs. Hatch, Deer
itrg, Jones, Frccth, Dowsett, Cecil
Brown, Whitney, Hackfold, Pflugcr,
Godfrey Brown, Kcimenschneider,
Whiting, Austin, Stephens, Mather,
E. C. Macfarlanc, Ash ford, Wode
housc, Crcighton, Dr. Herbert, Mc
Bridc and Capt. lloudlett.
Music Hall presented ti magnifi
cent scene last evening. Some time
before the curtain rose the whole
place was full of a fashionable au
dience. The front of the gallery
was all draped with flags. Of course
the members of the Grand Army of
the Republic and their friends mus
tered largely m the gay throng, Ilia
occasion being a benefit by the San
Francisco Dramatic Coinpnn to Geo.
W. DeLong Post No. lo.
Regarding the presentation of the
above-named beautiful drama, it is
safe to say that it was the most
meritorious performance, as a whole,
of the season. Miss Hannie Ingham,
in the title role, displayed a versa
tility of talent for character acting
above anything she had hitherto
shown. Mr. Rutlcdgc made a line
Dunstan Kirkc, tho old miller,
throughout all the changes wrought
by trouble in that striking character.
Mr. Willie Simms, asPittacus Green,
and Miss Minnie Young, as Dolly
Dutton, afforded an abundance of
amusement in every act. Mr. Stet
son played with dignity and quiet
force the part of Arthur Carring
ford. The scenes and tableaux were
generally Tory impressive. The
cottage scenes in the third and fourth
acts hushed the audience into almost
painful stillness, and tho wind blow
ing without was weirdly effective.
Certainly the company is doing bet
ter the nearer it comes to the close
of its welcome visit.
THE LATE QUEEN'S COFFIN.
The handsome coffin just com
pleted will be on exhibition at Mr.
C. E. Williams' store to-morrow
morning between the hours of eight
and twelve o'clock. The body of
the coffin is of koa, the base, handles
and trimmings of kou. It is highly
polished and a splendid specimen of
workmanship. On the top will be a
silver shield ornamented with ferns
and wreaths, and inscribed as fol
Born Honolulu, January 2, 18!(C.
Died Honolulu, April 25, 1885.
A small silver crown will also bo
placed on the top. This work has
been done by Messrs. Ubash and
Eckart and is highly creditable to
them. Tho top of the coffin was
made by Mr. J. II. Wicke and the
bottom by Mr. C. E. Williams.
The latter will have charge of the
body at the funeral.
Before Police Justice Bickerton.
Thos. Williams, charged with
drunkenness, was fined 85 and 81
costs. Kamucla, a native boy, for
larceny of flowers, the property of
J. 11. Brims, was sent over the reef
for foity-cight hours.
King Bros., Importers and Deal
ers in Pictures, Artists' Materials,
Cornice, Picture Mouldings, Etc.,
Etc., have moved to their new and
commodious store, Hotel street.,
cor. Union, where we will be pleased
to meet our old patrous and the
public' Cornices and Picture Framos
a specialty. All we ask is a trial.
By order of the Marshal the following
property taken on execution will be sold
at public auction,
ON SATURDAY, MAY 9th,
at 12 o'clock noon, on the premises:
All the Ritrlit, Title & Intercut
of Yeo Tal it Co. in u certain lease from
Kalialehou (k), dated December 18th,
1882, demising a
Certain Parcel ol" JLnntl
Kltuati.il on tho mnuka side of tho Pala
ma Hoad in Honolulu, together with the
buildings thcrcou. Bald lease has over
SEVEN YEARS TO RUN,
at an annual rental of FORTY I)OL
LAltS. Tliu premiers have lately bcuti
Y12I3 'J?jV1 Ac- CO. TEUMS Threo Dollars per annum; Address all communications to "am
, ... , 61. 75 for six months. 5B
aud used us a (.tore and colleo saloon. M, ..... . ii n...i(., m
(lli'irlcti Tf KiM-kljiml M,8S' No"io Lincoln "OSSItor, JH
Further particulars will be given at ClMllcs K. KIICKIIIIIU, Practical Silk Culturlst, W
the time of sale. Editor and Proprietor. mcueai biik uuuunm, jm
E. F. ADAMS, Aucfr. OFFIOK-383 Front Street. I'ost-Oftlce Nuw UZTv "' M
Honolulu, May 0, 1U85. 1015 21 Uox, 2300, Ban FranciEco, California. 944 NEW JERSEY. .
Important Sale !
Wo havn hern Instructed In fcII nt
Public Auction, on
THURSDAY, MAY 14th,
At 10 o'clock a.m., at the store formerly
occupied by SAMUEL NOTT, Fort St ,
the undermentioned article lieloiiiflnj
to the Kstnte of the Late
HON. MRS. C, K. BISHOP,
Ivou XT'urnituvc, 31lrrorw,
' Koa, Coco.inut, nnd other dcscrlp.
lions of Calahnihc?,
Niihau, Puna and Lauhaln Mats,
In great variety;
And other aitlelcs too numerous to
mention. The whole will he on view on
Wednesday, May 13th, 18S., at 0 n.m.
CST" All the above are in Hrst-clag
order and are well worthy the attention
LYOXS & m:vey,
1015 td Auctioneers.
"VT1CKTVY Furnished Rooms, well ven-
1 Hinted, at No. 110 King Street,
opposite the resilience of C. T. Gullck.
COTTAGE TO LET.
ATUREE-ltOOMED Cottage, with
kitchen attached. Kent 15 per
month. Applv on the premises, 100
Nuuanu Streeu 101 :i tf
The regular monthly meeting of
the Hawaiian Mechanics' llcncllt
lllllnn will 1, linlil WllinAY OVIMl.
inc. Mnv S. 1S35. In the Hull of Me.
ehnnic Engine Co. No. 2. Per Older,
W. AULD, Secretary II. M. 11. U.
Honolulu, May 7, 18S3. 1015 2t
AKUHN1SHED cottage, conveni
ently located, with not less than
three sleeping rooms. Apply at once to
AVEKY & PAI.MKlt,
Iteal Estate Agcnth, No. GS Fort Street.
Astor Honse Billiarit Parlor
THE choicest luxury found. Boston
and Chicago Pets, just arrived and
more to follow, the most fragrant Cigar
and Cigarette on the Islands. Everyone
in the above great cities uses them. Try
the latest at the Astor House Billiard
Parlors, Hotel Street, near Fort.
C. J. McCAKTHY, Proprietor.
BILLIARDS, fine cues, neat balls,
choicest tables. Visitors are made wel
come, a line reading room being attach
ed to the Billiard Pallors.
TICKMS for the San Francisco
Dranvilic Company for sile at the AS
TOR HOUSE. Bov. secure your seats.
Goods are being marked down
in price as quickly as possible,
A good opportunity to purchase,
The Only Viticultural Paper in
Devoted to Viticulture, Olive Culture,
.Sericulture, and other Productions,
Manufactures and Commerce of
thu Pacific Coast.
A Splendid Advertising Medium
For Hawaiian lluslni'.ss Men desirous of
forming trade connections
on thu Co.iM.
HAW AIM BAZAR
Ex Forest Queen,
- -ir. mm
Gala. Hard Brioks,
- i no, )o
JOK (AU. nr
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Miss Nellie L Rosslter's
JIIICJ3 L1BT OF
vr.R 10 100 1000
IS to 24 inches.. GOc 34.00 $20.00
2 to 3 feel 90c 0.00 30.00
3 to 4 feet $ 1 .L'S S.S0 63.00 g
Pttit 10 100
1 to 0 inches..
0 to 12 inches.
12 to 18 " .
IS to 24 " .,
2 to U feet.....
3 to 4 "
4 toC "
5 tot "
Cuttings, per 100, $1.00; per 1,000, $0.C0.
White Mulberry Seed, per ouuee, 30
cents; per pouud, $3.00.
Uusslan Mulberry Seed, per ouuee, 00
cents; per pouud, $7.00.
Miss Nellie Lincoln Rossiter
Is Agent for the following papers:
South and West, semi-monthly, BOc a
Farmer's Call, weekly, 50c per year;
Farmer's Home, monthly, 50c per year;
Home and School Visitor, 'monthly,
75c per year.
As nn Inducement to parties to order
their Silk Worm Eggs during the sum
mer, to be forwarded in the fall, I offer
premiums, from April 1st, as follows:
For $1, 2,000 eges, nnd a book of in
struction. For $2, 5,000 eggs, book of instruction
and any one paper.
For $3, -07.. eggs, and any two papers.
For $5, 1 oz. eggs, two papers and book.
For $9.50, 2 oz. eggs, and three papers.
For $14, 3 oz. eggs, 3 papers and book.
1'or $17, 4 oz. eggs, and four papers.
For $21, 5 oz. eggs, 4 papers and book.
The above charges "arc the regular
list prices for eggsj" and the papers will
be bent as here stated for one year.
Those sending orders through the sum.
mer, accompanied by the cash amount,
(Post-Ofllee orders payable to me, on
Post Office, Pcmberton, Xew Jersey, U.
S. A.) will receive the premiums to
which their order entitles them, com
mencing at once, and tho eggs will be
scut about Xovember 1st.
.NELLIE LIXCOI.X ItOHHITEH,
Practical Silk Culiurist,
New Lisbon, Burlington Co.,
977 NEW JERSEY.
WHICH UOEH INTO
Most of the Houses
EASY RATES I
SILK CULTURE i
My Hook of Instruction,
"SILK AND THE SILK WORM,"
Qlvcs all necessary information,
l'rli'e, Tut nty-Flvo C'entN p-r ropy.
Bilk Worm Eggs, Heels, Trees, Cut
tings, Seeds, &c, for sale at the very
lowest market rates.
Thormomotor and Barometer Combined
For use of Silk Halscrs, free by mall
only 76 cents.
I will bu pleased to give information
to correspondents who apply by letter, ja
inclosing two-cent stamp for reply. m
Hiicclmeii Iloxt'H of C'orooiiH L Heel. M
eel Hllk, si5 tVntM.; M
None but articles of the first quality sold WM