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WEDNESDAY. APRIL 11. 1HBG.
8chr Ehukal from Walalua
Sclir Wallolc from Maliko
Schr Ko Au Hon from Haiiancpo
Schr Nottio Metrlll from Lalialna
Stmr 0 K JJtshop for llamakna
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Scbr ICe Au Hou for Koloa
Schr Wallcle for Fala
Schr Ehukal for Walalua
Schr Ncttlo Merrill for Lahalna
Bktne Eureka for San Francisco
For Kahiilnl anil Sprckolsvlllc, Mnnl,
per stmr I.ikcllku, Ainll III Col Clans
Spreckels, wlfo nnil daughter, Hon G
W Merrill anil wife, J McKcaguc, Mr
Harrison, Mr Win G Irwin, anil about
For Kauai, per stmr Iwnlnul, April
13 Hon 13 L Kauai. Hev .1 Kaaptt, Hev
Father Lconor, Dr II I Llghtbody, I)r
AVolters.Mrs Huibort, F L Clarke, Mr
nnd Mrs Metcalfe, Mr Lewis, W E
Howell, Mr ArkuHku uiitl wife, and 100
ForWluthvniil Ports per stmr Klnau,
April 13 Hon S G Wilder, Hon L A
Thurston, Hon G E Klcharilsou, V 11
Ciimmlngs, Will Daniels, Col Sain Xor
rls, II S Towiiscml. Ml.-s 11 Von Holt,
Mr Dunn, Mr Mollcr. W .1 Hill nnd
wife, K Von Tcmp'Sky, C Afong, -Airs
Hitchcock, Mrs Lyman, I)r Thompson,
F May, W II Shlpman, .Mrs May and
sennut, .T WGIrvln, J X S Williams,
MrDoveilll mid wife, J A Uoekwith.
Mrs Wight, Misses 1 and M Woods, E
M WuWi, S Decker, .1 W Gay and 120
Schr Ehukal brought 548 sugar; the
Wallcle l,'-'00 sugar, and the Ke Au
Hou -100 paddy and 7f rice this morn
ing. The Kc Au .Hon lost her mlzzcii
mast-head during a squall off the har
bor last night. A new mast will bo
made and on her return will bu 'put In.
Tho stmr Walinanalo was moved off
the llsh-niarkct this lnornlug, being
cleaned and repntnUd.
April 14, 18S0, at the residence of his
son-in-law, Dr. .1. M. Whitney, at
runahou, Mr. L. L. nice, formerly of
Oberlln, Ohio, aged 83 years, 1 month.
Funeral at the resilience of l)r. Whit
ney, to-morrow, April 15, at 10 o'clock
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
3tr.aui.Ait cash bale, E. P. Adams &
Mn. Merrill, U. S. Minister, and
wifo, liavo gono to Maui.
Mr. Edwaiil F. llopko has been
Admitted to tho Hawaiian bar.
M. F. L. Clarko has gone to
Kauai on u forn-gathering expedition.
Tun portablo pile-driver came from
Ilanapepo this morning, on tho Ko
Mr. J. W. PJlugcr, just returned
from the Colonies, has resumed his
functions as Russian Vice-Consul.
A MAN-OK-WAit was reported
port this morning, but could bo seen
at Oats' window.
oniy y looiiing m
Oxk case of drunkonness and ono
of affray constituted tho entire busi
ness of tho Police Court this morning.
Captain Cameron, lately of tho
steamer Planter, and Captain Mn
caulev, lately of tho C. It. Hishop,
have purchased tho schooner Emma
of Macfailano & Co.
Tub meeting of the V. C. T. U.
appointed for Thursday i m., will bo
postponed ono week on account of
the death of Mr. ltice, father of Mrs.
Whitney, tho president.
Wb regret to loam of the death of
Mr. L. L. Iticc, at Punahou, this
morning. Tho funeral will take
placo to-morrow at 10 A. m. from tho
residence of Dr. Whitnoy.
.Queun'B Own, under com
of Caiitain O'Connor, will
parade in undress uniform at their
armory at i :H0 v. m. on Thursday
. Iho 15th inst., for street drill.
As yet nothing has been done to
luvvo tho compositor who brought tho
hark Natuna fiom Glasgow to Hono
lulu in !J5 days, instead of 1.15, ai.
pointed a captain in thu "King's
Hon. 11. M. Whitnoy, the rcliiing
rostinaster-Guneral, contomplates re
turning to his old piofession of
journalism. Ho is an old practical
printer, as woll us one of tho most
oxpuiienccd editors of this kingdom.
Whii.k tho steamer C. It. Hisliop
was at Ilonokaa last Monday a tele
phono message was leceived saying
that tho Volcano had broken out
afresh. Although tho above is a fact,
yet thero aro doubts of tho informa
tion contained in tho Ililo message
Tun steam roller is tunning at tho
junction of King, Merchant and
r.ltiehawlH streets, leveling tho ground.
, It will bo thero for a week or ten
davs, and Mr. Hint, Hoad Super
visor, says lovers of sport should not
lobo tho oppoitunity ol seeing tno
remarkable antics of pntvwg teams.
Colonic, Spreckcls and Mr. A, J,
Cartwright huvo gonerotibly conveyed
to tho Government ltuids on Mer
' ohant street required for the pio
jeeted widening of that thoroughfuro.
a'hoy thus relinqmjsh ilnuiuges
T . mum amain im mi rrmiTMlTTMnil Mfg a ffiag --' &M
ft warded lli-m-in tlto oiuo of Col,
Spreckels, .fl.-110.20; In that of Mr.
A anriAT bustle of peoplo rushing
in seveiul directions, tho clamor of
many voices, tho hauling of stub
born mules with a donkey engine,
Urn stopping of a woman who was
trying to got away, and tho shriek of
a steam whistle, yesterday afternoon,
signalized the immediate departure
of tho steamer Kinau.
At 0 this morning tho box plan
for tho Campobello concert season
opened at Mr. Wiseman's olllce,
Merchant street. The list of artists
in tho company will be found in an
advertisement elsewhere. Tho first
concert, for which a splendid pro
gramme is prepared, will take place
on Tuesday evening next.
Tin: German Pacini! squadron,
consisting of tho llistnarck, Uneis
ouiiu and Olga, were to have left
Auckland caily this month for
Samoa and Honolulu. It will bo the
toss of a cent whether tho Germans
get here before tho British man-of-war
Tiitimph with, perhaps, two
other vessels of the same navy.
MiissitH. Mollor it llalbc, confec
tioners, have made au assignment to
Mr. F. II. Ocding. Their numerous
patrons and fiiends will much regret
the suspension of this firm, thu mem
bers of which wi'io exceedingly plea
sant in both business and private re
lations. E. 1'. Adams & Co. aio in
structed to soil tho stork and equip
ments of the establishments on
Tub ladies' lunch tables at tho
Bethel vestry were crowded again
to-day. Everybody seemed to be
there. Whether the tables or tho
waiters aro tho greater attraction is
known only to tho individual patrons
of thu spread ; but that the attrac
tions aro suilicicntly irresistible to
maku tho whole all'air a grand suc
cess, is alieady happily assured, to
the satisfaction of all concerned.
A. Sou?. a, who kept a store at
Leleo, rind wiio left here some months
ago for Madeira, is now in South
Africa, and is leportcd to bo in alllu
eiu'e. When Souzu arrived in South
Afiiea there weie only a very few of
his country peoplo there, but the
piospects wero so promising, that the
number increased to 700 Portflguesc
in a very short time, and it is be
lieved that by tho end of tho present
year a colony of at least 2,000 will bo
settled at the same place.
" OnnniKNcn," will be the subject
at tho Foit-street Church service to
night. At the Bethel Union tho
monthly missionary concert will bo
held the subject, "Turkey" when
the pastor will deliver an address on
" Mohammed and 'His Itcligion," and
Mr. Wm. Noblo will also speak.
Hev. Geo. Wallaco will address the
sci'ojid congregation of St. Andrew's
Cathedral, anil after tho meeting
there the choir will rehearse the
Easter music, a full attendance being
S. M. CAHTr.it it Co., have received
some good chaicoal from the Island
of Hawaii. !)1 lm
AHORSE and DUGGY. For parti
culais enquire of
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Kaahunianu Street. iJ03 3t
The small Cottacc situated on
King Street, opposite Mr.
Ilutler's residence, formerly
occupied by Cnpt. John Cooke. For
naviculars annlv at the office of
V.03 3t ALLEN & ItOBINSON.
Mi Opera House.
Grand Society Concerts
to bo given in Honolulu during the
mouth of April, under distin
Signor Eurico Campobello,
Of Her Majesty's Theater, London.
Miss May Mitchell Sprint?,
Tlio Young California Prima Donna,
Miss Pauline Joran,
Misses Cliso and Lulu Joran,
It is propositi to givo flvo concerts,
for which a subscription of $10 is ask.
cd. Single tickets. ?2.f,0.
Thesn concerts nra under thu manage
ment of MONOR CAMl'OHKLLO, and
will be given only In case a subscrip
tion of 2,000 is rnlpcd.
Full particular can be had at tio
olllce of J. E, Wlovman.
Sub.-cilptlmis payable on urrlval of
Overseer or Head Luna
FIRST CLASS MAN wanted
Plantation. Apply to
LS'l LK S
A GOOD MILLINER, immediately ut
thu LADIES' BAZAAR,
"OUJ 88 Fort Street.
Potatoes & Onions
Jusjt received, ex Alamcdu.
i'x lark Ja. S. Stone,
AND TPOIX SALE,
AN ASSORTMENT OK
in part as follows, viz:
Open Ivers Buggies
Top Uruwttur Hnx Uugirles,
Tup Drowsier Phaeton Buggies,
Open Dcninrrnt Wagons,
Canopy Top Wagons,
Extension Ton Cabriolets,
Hand Carts and Mule Carts.
C. BREWER & CO.,
Honolulu, April 13, 1830. 302 lm
BY a iniiii anil wife, in a private fam
llv, for general service, ddicsa
M ifc W., Hui.i.vriN Olllce. f.100 1'
I WILL lint bu rcspoii'lblc for any
debt contracted in my iniiiio with
out my written order.
.1. S. KKAWE.
Kallbl.uka, April 13, 1SS0. 301
WITHIN ten minutes walk of Post
Olllce, in a respectable neighbor
hood, and in good order Musi hnvc
three bedrooms, parlor, Dining Itooin,
kitchen, pautiy and bathroom. An one
having such a house to rent at a moder
ate price, can hear of a tenant by nil.
tlrosinir, stating location, &c., Post
Ulllce, HoxKIS, Honolulu,
COTTAGE TO KENT,
No. 127 Berel-unlu Street, at
present occupied by A. Ehlcrs.
Possession clvcn May 1st.
Enquire on the premises, or of L. WAY,
Klnati Street. In reir 7!l If
f"MIE undersigned lias moved Into the
JL ofllce of Mr. .1. E. Wiseman, where
he will bu prepared to furnMi house
hold servants, collect bills, do Anglo.
Clilnoo Interpreting, and a general
buincss. (St 0m) SOYONG.
13.FELT WINDMILL, made by
liyron and Jackson, with 1G feet
Tower. Four troughs capable of hold
ing 1,000 gallons of water, suitable for
cattle, with y.inch galvanized iron
pump. Will be sold cheap. Everything
new. Abo, a.good spring Cart, suitable
lor a oulcncr. ior luruier particulars,
T. W. HAWl.INS.
Soap Works Leleo, Honolulu.
J$t. DPauli Beer
quarts and pints;
Pllscner Ucer, quarts and pints;
Tenncnt Palo Ale, do., do ,
Tenncnt Stout, do., do.,
Blood, Wolfe & Co. Pale Ale, do., do.
Lalaude's Red Bar Clarets, do., do.,
In quarts and pints;
" Vol nay,
Superior Bhcrry, in cases and in bulk,
Genuine Red and While Port, In cases,
octaves and quarter casks,
A FUM, LINK OK
Brandies, Scotch &. Irish Whiskeys,
Rum in Casks,
Also, Benedictine, Curacao, Absynthc,
Angostura Bitters, Kirch Wasser,
etc., etc., etc.
For sale at lowest rates at
a oo mo
(ft U3 10
Hiiw'n Carriage Manf 'g Co.,
K.O. Hull ii Son,
Intur.li-land S. N. Co.,
Hitw'n Agricultural Co.,
Wilder' Stcambhip Co.,
C. Brewer & Co.,
Wailuku Sugar Co.,
Reclprocltj Sugar Co.,
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokci.
38 Merchant Street. 151 ly
NOTICE is hereby given that J. F.
Wiseman having been appointed
by Hop Leo's credlto s Assignee in his
Estate, the said Lease, Gnoils and Chat
tels will be sold at public auction on
TUKSDAY, April 13lh, 1H10. The pre.
mines being the Restaurant situated on
the corner of Nui'iami and Queen strpets
known us tlio Old Corner. For further
particulars apply at the offloe of .1, E.
Wiseman. All accounts due to Hop Leo
miibt bu paid without delay, and all
bills duo bv Hop Lee should bo pre.
scnted at oncu to J. E. WISEMAN.
Notice of Letters Patent.
ALL persons are hereby notlllcd that
Letters Patent wero issued by the
Hawaiian Government to JAMES
KENNKY of Honolulu on tho 10th day
of December, A.r. 1885, for un Improve,
ment In brake, gig ai.d ebalso sprlugs,
and that bald Letters Patent were as
signed by thu said .lames Kcnney to tho
Hawaiian CanlagoManufaclurliig Com
pany on thu 2t!ud day of December, A.I).
1885, wherefore the said Hawaiian Car.
rlago Manufacturing Company hereby
warns all person ngaimt infringing on
the said betters Paicnt.
HAW'N CARRIAGE MANF'G Co,
Honolulu, Dec. S3, 1885. 208 tf
Tho Acaclomlo School toi Girls,
THIS SCHOOL offers the best uilvnii.
tnges to the daughters of residents
of tho Hawaiian Mat.iU
The i our.-e of hi ilv U modeled upon
that of the ben girls' schools in the
Tim teachers aro Mr. E. 11. C. WAL
LACE ami Kct. GEO. WALLACE.
Both are graduates of fine schools, and
aro trained and experienced educators.
Girls from 10 years to any age aro ad
mined. To all who complete the course, and
pass satisfactory examination", a Ccrtl
llcatcof Graduation will be presented.
Tin; bunt Instruction In French mid
Latin Is without extra charge added to
that In English.
A few boarding pupils arc received.
TliL-!e eDjoy all tlic advantages of supe.
rior boarding school.
It Is the aim of the School to train
cultured and rcflucd women.
The Slimmer Term begins MONDAY,
Hy permission, reference U mado to
Mtosw. T. II. Davles. T. K. Walker, J.
11. Cnsilc, Piof. M. M. Scott, Major A.
llosa. 1)4 aw
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
"VTOTlCi: Mieieby given that public
Ll Telephone Stations hao been e
tabllshed In the dlMrlets of Ewa, Will
anao anil Walalua, which ato available
to iionMibicrlbi'iM at the following rates:
EW 10 cts. per Menage
I,l'A '-'.' ets. per Message
M'.mi .Station Is at the leslilence of
Hon. A. Kaulii.
Walauao Station Is at Iho store of M.
Walalua Station Is at thu leslilenee of
S. Iv. Maboe,
Who, for leasonablc conlileratlou, will
mulct take thu delivery of messages In
their rcsp-'otlui dNtrlets.
Facilities for telephoning from town
can bu fill nUbed at the Central Olllce,
on Merchant street.
President II. It. '1V1. Co.
Honolulu, March 31, 1880. HO lm
Stfm Candy Factory
and Bakery. '
71 HOTEL ST., between
Nuuuuii and Foit Sts.
Has always on hand the largest Stock
of Caudles, both Plain ami Fancy, guar,
auleeii to bo STRICTLY PUKE
AVlioleNtile imtl XSctail.
Rich Wedding Cakes
Of a Twenty Years' Reputation, all
Sizes always on bund, ornamented
lu any Style.
Pastries of All Description Made to
Order at Short Notice.
I'ii re uiitl
Fresh every Day.
Bell nnd Mutuiil Telephone, No. 14.
P. O .Hot No ".r. UM
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Florida Lemonade, Aciated Waters of
all kinds, Frull Syrups and Esf ences.
We Use Patent Stoppers
In nil our Bottles.
Wo invito particular attention. lo our
Patent Filler, recently Introduced, by
which all waters uted in our manufac
tures Is abMiliitely freed from all im
purities. Wo deliver our Goods free of chaigc
to all parts of tho city. Wu guarantee
our Goods to bu the 1 et in thu market.
Careful attention paid to Island Ordeis.
The Crystal Soda Works,
P. 0. Hex 07, Honolulu.
Hell Telephone : : 2M8
lUntunl Telephone : 330
EST Orders left with Hens on. Smith a
Co., No. 11 Fort Street, will receive
We, also, are Agents for tho fuIu
of J. W. lllngley's
188 of his own nianufnr.iurn. 0m
C, K. MILLER,
General Buslncts & Purchasing Agont.
My most faithful attention will bo
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
In Honolulu for tho residents of the
30 1 several Islands of this group, ly
Crystal Soda Worxs,
C. E. WILLIAMS '
will sell Furniture nnd Upholstered Goods at COST for CASH during the remain
tier of this
THE LADIES BAZAAR
WILL REMOVE TO
NO. 88 FORT STREET,
Uext Door to Mclntyre Bros.
OHAS. EUSTACE, GROCER,
Kegs Family Hecf; Uegs nnd half bbls. Pig Pork; Eastern Illook Codfish; Smoked
Halibut; Ox Tongue; Lunch Tongues; Smoked Uccf; Boned Chicken; Dupce
Hauis and "icon; ucnitinu Maple Syrup; Cala Stat Drips; Fresh New Orleans
Mohu-suo; .1. , Jellies; Honey, in glass and tins; No. 1 Flour; Wheal; Mild
Chce.-c; Uermca, and a
General Assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
All orders receive i.arcful attention and prompt delivery.
I O. lityx '.i'm. Xtjleplioms 1 1 1.
11. F. DlLl.INOIIAM,
President mid Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Limited, HucorHHorH to IHIlinglmm Jk. Co, nnil Haiiiiiel Xott.
" GOOD IVIGHaLT "
Recommended by the New
r. o. Box ay7.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
07 una OO Hotel Htroot,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy-Groceries.
New Goods continually on tho way. Juat received Kegs Saner Kraut, l:cg Hol
land Herrings, kegs Tripe, kegs O'Tinan Pickles, kegs Mixed Pickles, klta
Salmon Bellies, kits Mackerel, kegs Family Pork, kegs Corned Beef. For
Hreakfast White O.its, Uermca; Breakfast Gem and Shreded Maize. Also, a
line lot of New Zealand and Portland Pcachblow Potatoes always on bund.
The very best of ISLAND BUTTER, plenty for everybody.
Price low and SntiHiactioii (iSnurniitcoil.
Illi:i; to Inform tlic I.ihIIch if Honolulu ami llici Pnhllu gnu-rally Unit I 1iii a oiieneil un
oltlci'ln llio lllIAVKIt 111.01'K, (jueuii SHi-ct. iilipDfitu Mi'ikia. I. llolfe(blaci.''i'.t Co..
and invito tlii'lr IiihikciIiiii i f my luiKUHtockuf lilxli I.inuns, Imported dlici'l fiom llclfimt
ci)lilKtliiK"f tlio tidluuiiiK.
A Large Iuvoico of J. S. Brown & Son's Well-known
"SHAMROCK" Irish Table Linens,
Monograms andCresla insortodjin Damask to order for very low rates.
Alxo, D'Oyllcs, Toilet Cm vifi.UliisH and Tea Cloths, l'lllow LIiiciin, MieetliidH, I'llntwd
nnd i'liilli I.nn us, IIiiiiiuhK, lltii'k nnd 1'iuiey Towels, Illicit 'lo A L'UIiik, I'nlilt-uclicd Dmiiunk,
1)1 Ills, Ciiiiitn lo and Hemstitched IlaiulKertlilefM, Hiiltuljlu for Indies nnd Kentlt'liiyii's ubc
Any Length Cut.
Also, au Imolco of IIKI.KAST MUhlJNS new iiattcrns, fast eolorn.
Agent for tlio YOIHC bT. 1'I.aX hl'CJ. CO., Ltd.' llelfiiHt ; .1. 8. MtOWN & PONS, Ilelfast ; T. A .
A. WOUKMAX, llelfuxt; II. i:. limfX&KI.I.. l.t(l..tlililmrt, l.iur. ;t
STOKE TO JtENT.
rpilK Storu at present occupied by
1 Lewis te Co , Grocers, Hotel street,
will bo for rent, May 1st
cubirs, apply to
UJ yw JN(h A.
PALMER, 77 Fort Si.
DR. C. L. WOOD,
(late of California),
121 King Sticct; Offlco hours, 8 to 10 a.
JU1 m., anil - in 4 r i. ly
Special M(iotlnf? of O.
Brewer & Co., LM.
QTOOKHOIiDKHS of the C. Urewer
O Hrewor k Compnny, Llmltoil, aro
hereby uotilleil that a Special Meetlne;
iluly called for the purpimu of amenillng
the lly.I.aws of thu Company will bo
held on FlUDAY. A'r s. 188(!-l lu
a.m., at the olllco of thu Company on
Queen Street. J O. OAllTliU,
Ste'y O. llrewer & Comany.
Uonolulu, April 0, 1B80. (W av
of Furniture !
: : : Bctwoon Fort and Alaod Streets.
3S-ood.s, Just Received,
I as. G. Srr.Ncuu,
Secretary and Treasurer.
York Board of Underwriters.
Ol' MOIIK THAN 100 YKA113 IIKI'UTATIO.V.
DiiNurpnHHitd for I'xoellenre of ((unllty,
ItiiHiiriinHHcd fur lrnlilllt.r in Wcnr,
TuTnHuriinHHcd for llenuly or HchIbum.
Oblnlneil IllRlirht AnrdH, lr.:
MKIIAI.1' llclfaHt, ISIIimd 1870; London, 1MI.1IKJ
mid (I'old) 1870; l'urls (fiokl), lroT; Dublin.' 1M
Hid 173J flilltululjililn. 170.
Tallin Clotlm from-J to 7 yards In lciiRlli, with
Iho iiIiom) mo mailci of tlic IUSt IIII5H and
Cointrai Flax; xpuii, miji.'H nnd blcaclii'il in Ire
laud; tlioimttcin Mincnln tin; Tulilo I.lncn aro
dOHlsned by lltlhll AllllhTS, ttho lmvo for niuny
ycaii) uxcuued tlioaool any other country.
fivlO Carom Table, llnclv lulalil; with
Ilalls, Cues Hack, new cloth. I'in Pool,
Outllt, etc. Also,
JUNGBLATT, 4 (-2x9,
with Halls, Cues, Hnok, Pin Pool,
Outllt, new cloth, etc.
EST Terms Cash. tBa
c. .1. McCarthy.
Astor House, Honolulu. U(l t!w
XUHliiuutiLklo Olutilc ruid
Corner of Alakea &, King Sts.
Feathers Cleaned and Dyed
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