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THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1880.
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Stmr KilaufeaHottfrom WlndwardPorts
Schr Lenbl (ruin Hanalel
HUMS Satellite from Coqulmbo
Stmr Jna I Don sett from l'ala
Stmr Ja Makcc fiom Kauai
Sciir Ilalcakalu from Pcpcckeo
ScbrMauuokavtal from Kouluu
Schr Ke Au Hon for Koloa
Schr Wallele for Pnia
Schr Ehukal for Walalua
Schr Nettle Men 111 for Lalialna
Bktuc Etiieka for Sail Fianelseo
Bk Cap for Maiden In
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Jas Makcc for Walanae, Kapaa
Schr llalcakala for Pcpcckeo
Schr Manuokawal brought 017 bags
of sugar from Kancohu this morning.
Stmr Jas Makcc ai i Ivcd tills moi tiltig
from Kauai with 2,0a 1 bags of sugar.
She galls to-moirov at II p in.
Capt Dudoit, of tho Dowsett, reports
a bktnc having gone Into Kahuhil
yesterday, ami a bjUiu having left; the
latter Is probably tho J D Spieekcls for
Stmr Douf-ctt brought 1,'J00 sugai
and the llalcakala 1,100 Migar this a in.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Dk. Whitney's old family liorso
died yesterday with the colic.
Pkincess Likcliko holds her weekly
reception at Waikiki this afternoon.
The Supreme Court did nut sit this
morning, owing to tho funeral of the
lato Mr. L. L. ltieo.
Thk Odd Fellows' anniverbaiy
occurs on tho 20tli hist., and will be
celebrated in some manner.
Those who always skip the adver
tisements will miss a chanec of buy
ing a pleasant residence on Lunalilo
A 8PIUNO of water, its source
doubtless the main pipe, has broken
out on King Btreet, at the corner of
An Irish jaunting cat tho first
over seen here has appeared on tho
streets. It belongs to Mr. James
The Norwegian bark Cap, while
sailing through the passago on her
way to sea this morning, dipped her
Hag to II. B. M. S. Satellite, but
received no response.
Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co. will
sell tho entire stock and fixtures of
Moller & Halbe's business establish
ment, Lincoln block, King street, to
morrow morning at 10. o'clock.
The lato Mr. L. L. ltico was buried
in Nuuanu Cemetery this morning.
The funeial services were conducted
by Rev. J. A. Cruzan and Kcv. Dr.
Hyde. There was a large attendance.
The annual meeting of tho Y. M.
'C. A., will bo held this ccning, at
7:80 o'clock, for the election of
officers and the transaction of other
business. A full attendance is re
quested. The bark Jas. S. Stono commenced
'discharging 9,000 cases of oil this
afternoon, and when tho bark Slade
arrives with her C.OCD eases the com
munity will bo too greasy to hold its
Yesterday a Waikiki resident
-.said that the bridge out thoro was
full of holes. Tho lcpoit was printed
in this paper, and Mr. Hart, Hoatl
Supervisor, went out and found the
bridge in good older.
. m -
Mil. Thomas Wall gives a "daisy
party" at tho Yosemito skating rink,
to-morrow evening, by way of fare
well to his patrons before his depar
ture for Australia. There will be
band music for both skating and
The criminal record hook of tho
Polico Court, opened July 15, 1885,
has just two pages of its 500 to be
filled. If tho community bohao
well for the next two nights and a
day, a now book may not bo required
The advertisement of the Canipo
bello concert season, in yesterday's
.issuo, was from incorrect copy, an
nouncing live instead of six concerts,
and tho prico of single seats $2.50
when it is .$2. A goodly number of
season tickets has been already sold
at Wiseman's agency.
That old Chinese shanty that
stood near the Opera House was
bought by Nathaniel, tho stieet
cleaner, and carted away last night
to '' Punchbowl street below Queen.
They had tho house on two of Sliitr
ratt'a 'drays and mado moro noiso
than a band of coolies' would.
The drill of the Honolulu Itilles
was postponed last night until to
morrow evening, when encampment
drill will.bo practised for Uio 11th of
June. There aro several applicants
, for membership to be voted upon
i Friday night, and every member of
the company should bo present.
. . .
The ' old reliable" business agent,
jovial, irrepressible, Joo Wiseman, has
been making inipiovements in his of--lice.
Ho is bound tho Post Office will
not get ahead of him. A large, new,
fitandhig-up desk has bceu fitted with
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ulnfouoet ilrawoi fo Uin Bloiuflu and
classification of Opera llouso tickets.
Tho furniture in goneial has boon ar
ranged eo as to save steps to tho pro
piietor and his cletks. Joo must look
out that he does not develop too much
corporation amid such comfortable
At Mr. Schaefer's offlco can bo
scon a bust of King Kalakaua, heroic
size, in bronzed plaster, also a small
bust of the late Queen Emma. They
are excellent likenesses and very
neatly executed, Mr. Santini, an
Italian sculptor, being tho artist who
has made them. He has others of
tho same kinds completed, and being
a poor man desirous of earning
money to take him to America, it is
hoped that patrons of art will in
spect theso works and, if pleased
with them, pay a reasonable pricn
It is announced that improvements
aro to bo mado in tho Post-Office
building at once, under supervision
of Mr. Julius II. Smith, Superinten
dent of publiu works. Windows aro
to be mado for business on the Wai
kiki end, protected by a shed of
eoirugated iron, with a concrete plat
form beneath. The partition inside
is to como down, so as to let the
"new brooms" have u "clean sweep"
of the whole interior. Upstairs is to
be fitted up as a suite of retired
offices for l'ostniaster-Oeneral,
Deputy, and bookkeeper.
At tho Bethel Union mission con
cert, last evening, the pastor, Itcv.
E. C. Oggel read an interesting
paper on Mohammed. This is the
first of a series of tlueo or four lec
tures on tho same subject. The
paper was lepleto with interesting
facts in the caieer of the great im
poster, and the following papers will
be looked for with interest, espe
cially by those who were fortunate
enough to hear the first. Mr. Win.
Noble nUo addressed tho meeting, in
his usually cil'ective manner, on mis
sions and mission work.
Fhyeu'h Circus Company, that
played hero last August, met with
serious drawbacks in Auckland, N.
Z., owing to thestiingcntlaws against
allowing animals to land until quar
antined a ceitain length of time. Mr.
J. 11. Gayloid, the able manager of
the company, however, finally suc
ceeded in effecting a landing at
Sydney, N. S. W., where tho people,
sympathizing with tho losses sustain
ed by the show, gave them a grand
welcome of crowded houses. In three
months they cleared $29,000, and aro
now playing in Adelaide, S. A., to big
The ladies' New England dinner, at
the Bethel Vestry to-day,was a decided
success. As on the pievious two days
the pretty waiters all in white, the
choice and splendidly cooked viands,
and the spotless tables, afforded a rare
treat which the public would be only
too glad if thoy wcro enabled to enjoy
every day in the year. But tho bliss
of eating at such tables, tasting such
cookery, being waited on by such bon
nio lassies, feeding the hungry and
filling the treasury of tho Bethel So
cial Union, is at an end. To-morrow
let the hungry do the next best thing
go to Nolte's. Tho receipts at the
"ladies' lunch" on Tuesday wero $171,
Wednesday $131, and to-day $101;
S. M. Oaiiteu cfc Co., linvo received
some good charcoal from tho Island
of Hawaii. 91 lm
The Koyal Hawaiian Band will
play the following programme this,
Thuisday, evening at 7 :30, at Emma
Match Sounds of Joy (new). .Hlchardt
Ovcituie A Summer Mght Suppe
(.Salop FttlUpccd Bohm
Ilemlnlscciices of Aulier Godfrey
Ka Ipo Lauae, (new).
Selection The Mikado Sullivan
WalU The Mikado, (new).... Sullivan
Lancers Tho Mikado, (new).. Sullivan
Two Quicksteps, by leanest a. Un
der Comiades; b. (Jiccthigs.Faust
0 LUS0 HAWAIIANO.
The Portuguese paper, O Iaiw
IJiiwuiiaiio, which continues to
como out regularly with every sign
of a piospcious life, has a sensible
cdiloiial in this morning's issue, on
the fact that most of the Poituguese
send away their earnings, instead of
keeping them here, to lead them to
an independent existence. It is
true that tho inducements which arc
offered to intending settlers are so
poor, and tho Government favois
being evidently more for Japanese,
than for white people, that we can
not blame the Poitugucso who get
disgusted at the turn of things here,
and send their money where they
can become independent land
owners. The Litso also contains a
very suggestive correspondence on
a scheme of settlement for u place
on Hawaii, which plainly proves
how easy it would be for tho Gov
ernment to help white immigrants if
they wishod. Tho Luho is doing
excellent work, and deserves the
success which it has attained since
it was re-started by Mr, A. Mar
ques, its present editor, and which
is shown by a good patronage of
adveiliscincnts. Messrs. Lowers &
Cooke ami W. S. Luce have large
now cards in this issue.
Tho 9teamor Jas. Mnkoe, which
arrived this morning fiom Kauai,
brings news of the igilanco of Kauai
authoiities and n few successful
captuies by them. Last Satuiday
night the Deputy Sheriff of Llhuo
caught two Chinamen with a tin of
opium and smoking apparatus. One
was fined $50 and the other 880. On
the samo night and in the same
place, (Lllmc) four Chinese gam
blers were captured and fined 85
and $1 costs each. At Nawlllwili
yesterday forenoon a policeman,
N. Guerrero, with assistance, made
a raid on a gambling den, and suc
ceeded in capturing nine Chinamen,
who were to bo tried after tho de
parture of the Makcc. The steamer
also brings news of fearfully strong
winds in the channel.
ARRIVAL OF THE SATELLITE.
H. 13. M. f. S. Satellite arrived at
10:30 this morning, thirty-six days
from Coquimbo. The Satellite left
hero on tho 8th October last, arriv
ing next day at Ililo, whcio some of
tho officers went nshoto and paid a
visit to the Volcano. Left Ililo on
the 15th, and made Washington
Island on the L'.'lul', whcie she ic
maincd off for pail of a day, and
sailed to Ifanning'B Island, arriving
there on the 21th. Was at Jnrvis
Island 25th to 27th, Maiden Island,
30th, andStarbuckthc31st. Novem
ber 2nd, was at Pcnrhynn, and
from tho 9th to the 21st at Tahiti.
Called at Karatonga, remaining hut
a few hours, on the 27lh. On tho
18th December, touched at Pil
cairu Island, remaining till next
day. Sailed thence for Coquimbo,
on the coast of Chili, S. A., arriv
ing on the 17th of January. After
refitting, went for a cruise of the
British licet on the coast of South
America, to Caldcra and back.
March 10th, left Coquimbo for
Honolulu, the Heroine also leaving
for the same port. On the 13th,
observed the Heroine at sea; lost
sight of her on Sunday at noon.
Had a fair passage, with strong
north-east winds. Yesterday it
blew almost a gale.
The Heroine is on her way to
China, to pay off, and may be ex
pected here at any hour.
The ling-ship Triumph is also on
her way to this port.
The officers are tho same as when
last hcie, except that Mr. Lee, sub
lieutenant, is acting lieutenant on
Captain Ai thur II. Aliii"tuu.
Senior Lieutenant Francis O. .Tones.
Lieutenant Francis C. M. Noil.
Lieutenant Henry Sa lie.
Lieutenant William I. V. Hudson.
Chaplain it Naval Instructor Rev.
Jno. K. S. Mason, B. A.
Chief Engineer John Sw auson.
Siajf Surgeon John Lyon, M. D.
Paymaster Charles Fopphig
Assist. Paymaster Graham Hewlett.
Act. Sub-Lieut. ClMrleh M. Masters.
Act. Sub-Lieut. Fiedk. D. Gllpln
Brown. Act. Sub-Lieut, Bertram M. Cham
bcis. Gunner Gcoige W. Spry.
Boats-wain ltlchaid Cuumer.
Carpenter J no. E. S. Blown.
Midshipmen, (For passage to II. M.
S. Triumph) George A. Kirk and Geo.
E. B. Hand.
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
Thursday, April 15th.
Boforc Justice ' Preston. In re
petition of W. II. Aldrich for dis
charge from bankruptcy. The usual
affidavits prelimary to discharge
arc (lied and oath of tho bankrupt
picsented. Mr. J. Shaw appears
for Mr. J. T. Waterhouse, and de
sires an explanation of the deposi
tion of considerable sums of money
drawn from the firm before suspen
sion. Tho court says Mr. Water
house should, appear personally or
by counsel and continues hearing
till next Monday, that the assignees
may be present before dischaigc is
granted. A. Hosa for petitioner for
In re estate of G. Paulclcahana
(k.), of Moanalua, Oahu, deceased.
Hearing on petition of Kuwahaoi
Pau, the widow, for probate of the
will and for letters of administration
with the will annexed to issuo to
her. Proofs having been lienid tho
Couit admitted the will to probate
and adreased letters of administration
with the will annexed, issue as
prayed for, under a bond of 8250.
The will was contested by Uwini
(w.) and Kaimuale (!;.) on the
ground that the disposition of the
piopcrty was unequal and mado
without their knowledge. The Court
said the matter of disposition was
out of tho question, but if tho
parties can prove that the will was
fraudulently made, they can bo
heard on that point. The parties in
contest biought no witnesses and
had to abide by the Court's ruling.
Value of tho estate is estimated to
be $2,000. Kinny & Peterson for
TmmsriAV, April 15th.
Ah Pung pleaded not guilty to
affray with Euani (w.). The latter
having pleaded guilty yesteulay, she
wus then fined 85 with 81 costs.
Defendant had seen this waliine In
another Chinaman's storo with
money, and demanded payment from
her, then and there, of a debt of
$1.00. She promised to pay him
later, but, that not being satisfac-
tory (o tho nrmlltor, ho solyod lim
by the throat. Then she grabbed
him by the hair, and so an affray
ensued, that was stopped by a by
stander. Ah Pung was found guilty,
and lined $15 with $1.50 costs.
Ah Ho had been driving a hack
without a number, for which SO. 10
Is entered against him.
John Smith, for drunkenness, for
feited a deposit of $G.
G. W. C. Jones, executor of late
Geo. Graeht, vs. Ed. Jones. As
sumpsit for 8G5. Judgment for
McChesney & Co. vs. W. L. Wil
cox. Assumpsit for 811.21. Judg
ment for plaintiff, 817.81.
HOUSEKEEPING IN JAPAN.
A lady writing from Japan says:
"Housekeeping here has no trials.
The worn and vexed spirits of
American chatelaines ought to rest
in Japan after death. Capable and
faithful sctvants ate plenty and
cheap. .Our establishment boasts
five, anil for these we pay about
what two would cost in Now York.
I do not visit my kitchen once a
month, never give an order outside
of a speken wish, yet the- domestic
machinery moves with an ease and
pei fmion unattainable at home by
almost any effort on the pait of tho
mistress. The manners of the ser
vants are amusing, not to say start
ling, to au Amciican accustomed to
the cheerful familiarity of her native
help. Every night at bedtime our
five lelainers appear, prostrate them
selves in succession to the earth,
and retire. This is to wish me go'.il
night and to renew their testimony
of profound icspect and pleasuiu
over the privilege of serving me. It
was difficult at fiist to prescive the
necess.'iiy dignity for tho ceremony,
but now I am ns majestically gra
cious as any other potentate. The
other day, on one of my laic visits
to the kitchen, n hairpin became
loosened and dropped without my
notice. I had been seated in my
own loom only a few moments when
my houseman entered, bcaiing a
small salver, which ho presented to
me with many gcnullcctions. Fancy
my sutpiisc to sec a little haiiptn
upon it, and to learn from my proud
but embarrassed set vilor that it had
fallen to tho kitchen floor fiom my
head. Aftcrwaul I found there had
been a discussion as to who should
pick it up, and almost a quart el as
to whom belonged the inestimable
honor of bearing it to its owner!"
"Which do you like best, Miss
Florence, rowing or diiving?" he
asked, as lie gazed into her azure
eyes. "Oh, diiving by nil means."
"Why?" "Because you have to use
both hands to row."
A Washington hello has created
something of a sensation in social
circles by marrying a policeman. A
policeman may make quite as good
a husband as a Congicssman, but
his wife won't be ablo to find him
when she wants him. Nobody can.
"Hush, Johnny," admonished the
mother as the scion of the family
grew clamorous for something to
cat, "you must remember that older
people than you take precedence at
the table." "Let 'em take pre
ccdins ; 1 want some of tho muffins,"
Some people are not endowed with
the faculty of seeing a joke. Lord
Morpeth used to tell of u Scotch
friend of his who, to the remark
that some people could not feel a
jest unless it was fired at them with
a cannon, replied, "Well, but hoo
can ye fire a jest oot of a cannon,
"So you've been down to tho
Pacific Coast, eh? Did you see the
great gorge of the Colorado?" "I
th-think so. At least, at Cheyenne
I saw a buck Indian cat six pounds
bologna sausage, half a box of
crackers, and fifteen herrings with
out u grunt. How is that for
"You ought to many and settle
down Fied." "Well, I suppose 1
ought to, but it's not so easy us 3011
seem to think. I want a wife with
plenty of money, and she must be
clever. If 1 found a rich .woman
ready to marry mo that would bo a
positive proof to my mind that she
A GOOD MILMNKK. Immediately at
ilict LADIES' IIA.AAK,
H01IJ 88 Fori Street.
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Atjcnt.
42 Morcbant St., Honolnln.
My most faithful attcninu",will bo
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for the undents of tho
80 J several Islands of this group, ly
will sell Furniture and Upholstered Goods at COST for CASH during tho remain
300 der of this month. Jw
THE LADIES BAZAAR
WILL REMOVE TO
NO. 88 FORT STREET,
Next Boor to
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King Street, : : : : Betwoon Fort and MpI.u Streets.
TVevf CS-ocmIn, JiiKt Ifceooivecl,
Kecs Family Ilcrf ; kegs and hnlf bbls. Pig Pork: Eastern Block Codfish; Smoked
Halibut; Ox Tout;uc; Lunch Tongues; Smoked Beef; Boaed Chicken; Dupco
Hums uml Itiicoii; lciiuuic Muplo Syrup; Culu Stni Drips; Fresh New Orleans
Molasses ' ; Jellies; Honey, in gluss and tins; No. 1 Flour; Wheat; Mild
Cliieso; licimui, and a
General Assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
All orders receive careful attention and prompt delivery.
B. F. Dll.f.lMIHAM,
President and Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Limited, Hurri'HHorH to IHIIIncliuni Jk. Co, and Hnmiiel Xott.
" GOOD PTIGH3CT "
Recommended by tho New York Board of Underwriters.
P. O. Hox '.7.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
AW and OO JHotol Htrect,
Importers & Dealers in Staple (St Fancy Groceries.
New Goods continually on the way. Just received Kcgfi Sauer Kraut, kega Hol
land Herrings, Icpjjr Tripe, kegs Gorinun Pickles, kegs "Mixed Pickles, kits
Salmon Bellies, lots Mackerel, kegs Famllv Pork, kegs Corned Beef. For
Breakfast White O.its, Germca; Breakfast (Jem and Slircded Maize. Also, a
line lot of New Zealand and Portland Pcnchblow Potatoes aluays on hand.
The very bet of ISLAND BUTTEH, pleniy for everybody.
Price low and NnttHlnctlon Guaiaiiterd.
DR. G. L. WOOD,
(lato of California),
121 Kins h,f ct; Ollleo bourn, 8 to 10 a.
Jill m mill a to le m. ly
COTTAGE TO I.ET.
K dL Iii Palatini, mat Mr. J. I
jftjjjiiffi Dowm'UV residence, that cle.
IUiC& gam Cnttao hitherto oci:u
pint 1 iv the ownui, John ltnlntllo, with
line lloucr and fiult garden, Htables,
t'ic. Terms tavnr.ihlc. Water connect
ed with tho tiiounds. Apply to
84 lm H Y.M AN BHOS., Queen SU
Jfotico of Letters Patent.
ALL pcrsmnb are hereby uotitled that
Letter I'alcnt uno Untied bv the
Hawaiian Government to JA.UKS
KKNN1A' of Honolulu on the lDtli ilay
of December, a.i. 18S5, for an iuiprovu.
mint in brake, gig ai.d cbaUc prlnc;,
ami tint tald Letters Patent were
xlgiiul by tbu mid .liiuiu-, ICeuney to (lie
1 1 u will Ian (urtlugoMatiuracturini; Com
pany on the U'.'ml day of December, A.n.
188.1. vheiuforc the mid Hawaiian Car
riagc Mantifiiutiiriiitr Company hereby
warns all persons iigiiln.H infringing on
the mid Letters Patent.
HAWN CAIt'lllAGE MANK'O-Co.
Honolulu, ll.e "2. ISs'i. 1208 tf
r10 Oirnm Table, finely Inlaid; with
Bull, Cues Hack, new cloth, Pin Pool,
Otitllt, etc. Also,
JUNCBLATT, 4 1-2x9,
with Halls. Cues, Buck, l'iu Pool,
Outfit, new cloth, etc.
1ST Ternib Cash. "Xa
O. J. McOAHTHY.
Alitor House, Honolulu. U0 aw
XUNliloimblo Clonic nnd
Corner of Alukoi &,Klng Sts.
Foathors Gloanod and Dyed.
XUUU1UIB Wiuuiiou uuu jsjreiii
of Furniture !
Jab. O. Si'ENCEn,
Secretary and Treasurer.
WITHIN ten minutes walk of Post
Olllee, in a respectable neighbor,
hood, and in good order Must have
three, bedrooms, parlor, Dining Boom,
kitchen, pantiyan'd bathroom. Anyone
having such a house to rent at a moder
ate price, can hear of a tenant, by ad
dressing, stntlnp location, &u., 'Post
Ollleo, Box 11-18, Honolulu.
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
NOTICE Is hereby given that public
Telephone Stations have been es
tablished In tlio dlMilcts of Kua, Wal
nnnu and Walalua, which are avallablo
to noiisubscilburri at tbu following rates:
EWA 10 ets. pel JIe-faco
LUA 2" ets. per Message
Et a Station Is at the lehltlunce ot
Hon. A. Kniibl.
Walanae Station Is at the toie of M.
Walalua Station U at the icsldence of
S. 1C. Malioe,
Who, for reasonable consideration, will
undertake tbu delivery of iiicbmikcs in
their resp"ctlo dUtricts.
Facilities for telephoning fiom town
can be furnished at the Central Olllee,
on Met chant htrcet.
President II. B.Tel. Co.
Honolulu, March Ul, 188H. 1)0 111)
The Academic School for Girls.
THIS SCHOOL; oilers the best advan
tue.es to tho daughters of residents
of the Hawaiian Islands.
Tho course of Study Is modeled upon
that of the best girls' schools In.tho
Tho teachers aro Mrs. E. B. C. WAL
LACE and Kev. GEO. WALLACE.
Both arc graduates of line schools, and
aro tralmu and experienced educators.
Girls from 10 years to any ago aro ad
mitted. To all who complete the course, and
pai-s satisfactory examinations, a Ccrti.
ileato of Graduation will iu presented.
The hu4t Instruction In French and
Latin is without extra charge added to
that In English.
A few boarding pupils aro received.
These enjoy all tbo advantages of supe
rior boardiug school.
It Is the aim of tho School to train
cultured and refined women.
Tho Summer Term beglus MONDAY,
Ily permission, reference Is mado to
Mun. T. II. Davles. T. K. Walker, J.
B. Casilc, Prof. M. M. Scott, Major A,
Bosa. Hi fcw ,