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FIUDAY, APHIL 10, 1880.
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Stnn-WO Hull from Windward Ports
Schr Ivniilkcuoull from Kolmlii
11 11 M S ilurohm from Hongkong
Schr Italnbow from Koolau
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DEPAII f URES.
Stinr .Jus Makeo for Wnlanne, Kapau
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0Rn0V.
Sclir Hulcnkola for Pepeekco
For San Francisco, per bktno Eureka,
April 15-Jlw Isaac Moons, Miss
ltlclinrdsoii, Miss Moore, Muster It
Moore, and It Howie.
Stmr Kilauea Hon brought 2,780 bags
of sugar from llnknlmt yesterday.
Sclir Miiiiuokawiil went on the Marino
Hallway this afternoon to be cleaned.
She Halls for Koolau Monday next.
Tliu Eureka sailed yesteiduy after
noon for Han Francisco with 0,730 bags
of sugar and 0S0 bags of rice, iiluo
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
lluaui.AK cash talc, .1. Lyons,
Do not forget tho "dniny paity" at
the Yosemito rink, this evening.
Jin. Noiim: will 'speak nt tho
foundry to-morrow tit 12 :!!0 o'clock.
The W. G. Hall reports from tho
VoJcnno: .No fresh How, no i'uo; only
Hinokc. .. .
Miissus. J. T. Wntcrhouso it Co.
ofl'cr n varied assortment of goods,
just arrived, to tho trade.
TuniiE will bo an auction sale in a.
few days of coral and kou calabashes
by tho Pacific Navigation Co.
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At noon to-inoirow Mr. Levey will
sell under mortgage an acre and a
quarter of land at Manoa, Oahu.
Tiik S.S. Mararoa is duo to-morrow,
from San Fiaucisco for tho Colonies,
with 11 days' later news.
Tiik usual service will be lield at
St. Andrew's CnllieJinl this evening,
when the Bishop will deliver an
Tiik Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will meet at tho residence of
Dr. C. M. Hyde to-morrow evening,
Tiik Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor meets in the
Fort-street cliuich lecture room to
night at 7 -.no.
Queen Kapiolani contemplates u
.visit to San Francisco next month,
'accompanied by Col. Curtis P. laukou
and Mrs. laukea.
Polynesian Encampment Xo. 1,
. I. O. O. F., meets this evening at
half-past seven. Visiting brethren
Tun Benedicts vs. Honolulus play
to-nio.iow afternoon at Mukiki.
Dodd's extra bus leaves for tho
.grounds at !1 o'clock.
An advertisement appears in this
issue, ordering tho members of the
Honolulu Hides to assemble at tho
Ai mory, at 7 :i!0 this evening.
Anna (k.) and Mohcula (w.), fined
respectively $:10 and $15, for adultery,
formed the only case tried in the
Police Court this morning.
Tin: burkentino Eureka took con
siderable of u mail for San Francisco
yesterday, including u batch going
Jiouio to England from II. B. M. S.
'Bahkih is willin'," is the senti
ment with which the proposal on
shore to get up ciickut matches with
tlio men-of-war's men is leceivcd on
hoard tho ships.
r -fr '
Vamiaiim: water is still going to
wotito from tho leak in the main,
corner King and Xuiianu streets, with
no signs of anything being done to
repair tho damage.
Caitain McGregor, of tho schooner
' Manuokawai, which arrived yesterday
from Koolau, reports rough weather
. and strong X. E. trades at tho above
place. The Kimeohu and Heeia mills
1 have nearly finished grinding for tho
Last evening tho Loleiohoku
Guards (cavalry) worn out drilling on
the plains, coming into town on the
homo march about 10 o'clock. They
presented a picturesque appearance,
policing along in tho moonlight, but
wottjd have looked much better if all
Jiad.t'.eon in uniform.
MK.jNforgan, of E. P. Adams &
, Co., this forenoon auctioned oil' tho
stock and fixtures of Messrs. Meller
Jkllulbo, fancy Imkors and confec
tioners. Good prices weio obtained
for tho most part, considering tho
, times. Mr. F. Horn and Mr. Henry
JIart were the principal purchasers
Mu. Collins, not Tom but James,
. .employed in tho yard of tho Govern
ment Building, says that ho has two
.chjckeiiB, one white nnd the other
black, that were hutched out of tho
.same egg, last Stituulay. It was ii
.common egg, but of great size, and
lie is willing to mako nn aillduvit to
'Jlio iibovo fact.
Mkhhuh. HohnniW it Co. Iirvo ro
colvod n lot of tho famous Saint
lbiiihuol wine, liighly recommended
for its medicinal properties where u
rinotix tonii is pi escribed. It is
I'laiiued for this vintage that, besides
being veiy lieh in tannin and then
fore possessed of great tonic proper
ties, no wino has moio real strength
Tin: sloop Sarah, which ran onto
the reef at tho harbor entrance not
long ago, and widen was taken oil"
and repaiicd by .1. A. Dower, left
here yesterday afternoon for Will
iiiiiio. When oil' Nitiinkiili,u squally
point this side of Wuiniiue, she was
capsized. It is mid that the sailors
readied shore all right, but nothing
is yet known of tho wlieieabouts of
S. 31. Cautuu fc Co., liuvo received
some good charcoal from the Island
of Hawaii. !1 lm
Tlie following arc the Cathedral
services during Holy Wock at St.
Andrew's Cathedral, which com
mence, on. Monday, the l'Jih inst:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday, Holy Communion at C:!10
a. m. ; matins, 9 a. m. ; evensong
and address, 7 i m. On "Wednes
day afternoon there will be an
additional service at ! :il0 r. m.
Good Friday, ante-communion ollicc
nt (5 :.'J0 a. m. ; matins and sermon
at!):l50 a.m.; meditations on the
bcvcn words, 1 :!J0 v. m. ; evensong
and sermon, 7:30 v. m. ; Saturday,
(Hastcr Eve), matins and ante-communion
ollicc, 15 :M a. m.j even
song (first service of Easter), 7 i-.m.
NEWS BY THE KILAUEA HOU.
The steamer Kilauea Hon, which
arrived yesterday afternoon, brings
news of the schooner Kulamauu,
belonging to Allen & Ilobinsou,
having lost her only boat at Ku
kaiati, last Wednesday, during
heavy weather. The boat, loaded
with lumber, was dashed against the
rocks and broken, and the sailors
that were in it were somewhat hurt,
one pretty seriously. The sea was
very rough all along Hamakua
coast, and interfered considerably
with the discharging and loading of
the steamer Kilauea Hon. She was
unable to take on board all the
sugar she could carry. The steamer
also brings news of a very bright
light, apparently from a large lire,
being seen last Thursday night,
between Mauinikea and Waipio
mountains. It was thought to be
from Kiiauca, but tho people at
Hilo did not know anything about it.
LAST NIGHT'S CONCERT.
There was an unusually laigc at
tendance at tho . band concert on
Emma Square last evening, includ
ing many family patties and a num
ber of men in Queen Victoria's uni
form fioin the Satellite. Prof.
Berger and his skilled musicians
gave a more than ordinarily delight
ful programme, tho selections fioru
"Tim MiL-iuln ." nun of the most
recent and popular of Sir Arthur
Sullivan's operatic productions, be
ing received with loud applause. A
now native piece, partly vocal, "Ka
Ipo Lauac," was rendered with rare
power and sweetness, both solo and
chorus. Out of compliment to the
attendance from the Satellite, the
Diitish national anthem preceded
the Hawaiian at tho close. The
evening was in itself exceedingly
pleasant, a fresh breeze blowing
and the moonlight but softly and
occasionally subdued by passing
clouds. During the first part the
slight accident of a lump falling and
its oil igniting caused a little excite
ment. The blazing lamp was picked
up and thrown off the stand, while
the (lames that caught tho lloor were,
not without a good deal of exertion,
beaten out bv bandsmen with the
FAREWELL, CAPTAIN O'CONNOR.
Tho Queen's Own paraded tha
streets last night, under command
of Captain W. F. O'Connor. After
returning to tho armory, the Captain
addressed a brief farewell speech to
tliuV'ompany, in which he announced
his intention of leaving the country,
expressed his attachment to those
under his command, and assured
them of hearty and continued in
terest in their. future, wherever ho
might be. The company cheered
with u lustiness and shook hands
with a cordiality that clearly indi'
cated their appreciation of tho Cap
tain's worth and regret at losing his
services. Captain O'Connor has
been in command of the Queen's
Own about a year, and has, by
energetic and untiring devotion to
duty, brought the company into a
state of discipline mid proficiency
that is truly surprising. The Cap
tain is a brave, practical, experi
enced soldier, and a thorough dis
cinlinarian, who mado his mark and
gained a reputation in tho public
service of other and greater coun
tries, long before ho camo hero ; and
he now goes to a country Austra
jjtv wheip special inducements arc
held out to Jiim, and where his
ability uud energy will have full
scope and meet with their proper
A THE3PASS CASE.
Trial of a civil suit for trespass
brought by Ah Clioy ngainst Mnr
sbal Sopcr began hi the Supreme
Court, before Judge McCully,
yesterday afternoon. The case
nrises out of the descent by the
Marshal and his olllccrs on the
premises of the Tong Hong Society
in November last. Ah Choy's pri
vate room was invaded on that occa
sion, and he alleges he was assaulted,
and claims damages of S 1,000. The
following jury are trying the case:
W. C. Wilder, W. F. Allen, X. S.
Sachs, A. Young, Jr., E. C. Howe,
L. Way, T. M. Starkey, Geo. W.
McLean, G. Drown, C. M. Cooke,
T. G. Thrum and ' R. Stirling.
Messrs. Kinney & Peterson appear
for the plaintiff and Hon. S. D.
Dole for defendant. The trial was
still on at noon to-day, without any
prospect of termination much, if
anything, before tho close of tho
ARRIVAL OF THE HEROINE.
II. D. M. S. Heroine arrived at
this port about 10 o'clock this fore
noon. She left Coqiitinbo, South
America, March 10, five hours later
than II. B. M. S. Satellite, that ar
rived here about 21 hours earlier.
Tho Heroine made the passage
nearly all under sail, had very strong
northeast trades, but fine weather
all tho way, and made a very good
run. She goes to Hongkong along
witli the Satellite, to pay off, after
the arrival of the flagship Triumph.
The Heroine is u sister ship to the
Satellite, with similar armaments
and complement. Of 1,500 tons,
she carries eight G-in. new breech
loading guns, with two Xordenfeldt
and two Gardner machine guns.
Her complement is 1G0 men, oillccrcd
Captain F. It. Ulackburne.
Licutananti. C. Allen, Dayrell
Davies, J. F. Lee.
Arav. Lieut. Ch. S. Xeeilham.
Chaplain Hew G. Murwood.
Doctor J. It. Jlohcrtson.
Paymaster Win. Xewnliaiu.
Assist. Paymaster O. E. Webb.
Chief Engineer Clias. Nlbbs.
MiihhibmcnV. Slavter. S. Airnew,
. Child. W. 11. Mncdonald, W. Csirvlek
(the last three on
passage to join the
Lieut. Davics, to whose courtesy
the facts of this report arc owing,
was at Honolulu in the Hepulso,
187a and 1875. Mr. Necdham, the
navigating lieutenant, was here in
the Kockct, 1875 or 187G.
Y. M. C. A.
The monthly and annual meeting
of the Y. M. C. A. was held last
evening, the president, Mr. J. B.
Atherton, in the chair. The trea
surer reported total receipts for the
month, 8441.31, payments, sauu.27 ;
receipts for the year, 83,:i21.04,
payments, 83,270.00; leaving a
balance to the credit of next year of
851.04. The General Secretary's
report showed that Mr. Wm. Noble,
since his arrival on the 21st of
March, had delivered thirty-threo
addresses, ten in the hall, four at
Fort-street Church, two at the
Bethel, three to native audiences,
and fourteen at other places. The
expenses of Mr. Noble's mission
had been homo partly by the W. C.
T. U. and the balance had been
paid by one member of the Y. M.
C. A., but it was urged that other
members ought to contribute their
sliares to reimburse the gentleman
whose name was not given, in the
amount. In connection with the
report of the temperance committee,
Dr. Hyde referred to the ravages of
strong drink among the native Ha
waiians, and remarked that it is
" little use for tho helmsman to try
to do anything while the captain is
scuttling the ship." The finance
committee reported that three weeks
ago, on meeting, they found that
about $!100 would bo needed to
square up tho year's accounts, and
had gone round to collect the
amount. With their usual libera
lity, the friends of the institution
put " up over 8300 in a very short
time. One contributor of 850 had
told them to come amiin and get
another fifty, if they should need it.
On the recommendation of the
directors, one voting, and four asso
ciate members were elected. Dr.
Hyde reported for the reading room
committee: visitors, 1st week, 302;
2nd week, 325 j 3rd week, 355 j 4th
week, G12; total, 1,55)4 for the
month, On the report of the nomi
nating committee- appointed at last
meeting, tho officers for the ensuing
year were elected: Prcsidont, W,
-. . , 1 . Ml
A. uowciij Yice-rresiticni, .
May ; Secretary, It. W. Podmoro j
Treasurer, T. S. Southwick ; Elected
Directors, P. C. Jones and W. W.
Hall. Members willing to servo on
committees for tho ensuing year aro
requested to hand in their names to
the directors or to the General Secre
tary by Tuesday next. It was
agreed to havo an adjourned meet
ing of tho Association on Thursday
evening next, for the appointment of
committees and to reecrro annual
reports of olllccrs nnd committees of
last year. Tho collection taken
amounted to 820. Adjourned to
the 22nd lost.
THE RAIDS F0n RENT,
IXTTElt FIIOM AKCIID1SIIOI CltOKC.
The following letter hns been re
ceived from hit Grace, the Arch
bishop of Cashel, by llov. William
Coiighlan, C.C., Charlevillc:
"Tin: Palace, Tiumixs, I
"l'Jeb. G, 188G. J"
"My Dear Father Coiighlan, I
have just seen and read, with the
utmost Indignation and pain, the
graphic account given in this day's
Cork papers, of the heartrending
evictions which took place in Charle
villc, on Thursday last. It is almost
Incredible that such u scene could
bo enacted in any civilized or Chris
tian country j and it speaks volumes
for the extraordinary patience and
self-restraint of our poor, perse
cuted people, when we find them
submitting to cruel treatment like
this, not, indeed, without a mur
mur, for that would bo impossible,
and much hearty malediction on tho
heads of their oppressors, but with
out open resistance to tho law, and
a determination rather to perish
than tamely suffer themselves to be
driven, like ob-cene things, from
the shelter of their humble homes.
Nine houses have, I see, been ruth
lesslv luokcn into, by order of the
Miuetiiii'inious individual, who holds
sway in Sanders Pari;, and forty
three human beings Hung out on the
high road to live or die, as chance
may have it, by tho same plausible
and puritanical personage. Little
wonder, indeed, that ' law and
older should be at a discount in
Ireland, when we find a prominent
expounder of the one, and an osten
tatious patron of the other, 'thus
publicly disregarding the plainest
instincts of our nature, treating his
poorer brethren as though they were
beneath the verv beasts of the
field, and acting, not only out of
harmony with the spirit, but in
flagrant violation of the letter of
that supieme law which consigns
those to everlasting perdition, by
whom the houseless stranger hud
not been ' taken in.' It surely were
well that some one would bring this
matter under the notice of our new
Chief Secretary, as a specimen of
humble Irish life, and of landlord
rapacity. For my part, 1 enclose a
cheque for 10, which I pray you
to dispose of, at your discretion, for
the benefit of the wretched and
home-wrecked inhabitants of the
Glen, and am, my dear Father
Coiighlan, your very faithful
t'i'- W Cuoke,
Archbishop of Cashel.
Mr. Quincy liandall, of Kast
Weymouth, Mass, who died a few
days ago, made one bequest in his
will of rather a singular nature.
He was the owner of a number of
houses and left to each one of his
tenants a year's, gratuitous rent.
It is such conduct on the part of
landlords which lifts real estate into
the region of the ideal.
The fearful mortality among the
laborers on Do Lesseps' canal is
indicated by the statement that no
less than live cemeteries arc open,
and that in one of them, opened less
than tivo years ago, upwards of
.'1,000 interments have taken place.
In Men iam's Life of Sam. Buries,
it is 1 elated how an indignant man
once lame to 11 Boston editor
the complaint, "your paper
that I hanged myself, and I
you to tako it back." "No,"
the.editor, "we can't well do
we ate not 111 the habit of taking
anything back, but we will say that
the rope broke, and you escaped."
Young .Sinythe was passionately
enamored of Miss ilrown, and was
squirming in his chair preparatory
to a proposal when the young lady
said, "Mr. Smythe, you puss Mr.
Thlnplate, the Jeweller's, on your
way home, do you notV" "Yes,"
ho said, huskily. "Well, would
you mind doing 1110 a littlo favor?"
"Mind? dear Miss llrowne," he re
plied, with a look of unutterable re
proach. "You have but to name
it." "Thanks! Will you kindly
ask Mr. Tlnnplato if lie has tight
ened the setting of my engagement
ring which Mr. George Simpson left
with him yesterday?"
A HOUSE mid BUGUY. For paitl.
euliirs ciupilra of
M. PHILLIPS is CO.,
Kiuiliiiniiiuii Street. 'M'i'.M
In Pallium, near Mi. I. I
Dowscti'd resilience, Unit elc
mint CottiiL'e hitherto oceu.
tiled liv tliu owner. John Hobello, with
tine tlower and fruit guidon, stables,
ote. Terms favorable, Water connect.
eil with the ground. Anply to
84 tin II YM AN UHOS.. Queen St.
Billiard TaUes .
5x10 Carom 'table, Uncly Inlaid; with
Bulls, Cues Buck, new cloth, Pin Pool,
Outfit, etc. AUo,
JUNCBLATT, 4 !-2x9,
with Hullo. Cues, Buck, Pin Pool,
Outllt, new cloth, etc.
C2T Term a Cash. itt
0, j. McCarthy,
Astor House, Honolulu. UO 2w
On account of
C. E. WILLIAMS
will sell Futnituie and Upholstered Goods nl COST for CASH during tho remain.
IIOOJ ' der of this month. 'Jw
THE LADIES BAZAAR
WILL REMOVE TO
NO. 88 FORT STREET,
ifext Boor to Mclntyre Bros.
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
: : : : Between Fort and Alak.u Streets.
3roocls, JTiifcJt: DR.ec vel.
Kejrs Family Hccf 5 kegs nnd half bbls. Pip; Pork; Eastern Him k Codfish ; ginoked
Halibut; 0 Toiiiiic; Lunch Tongues; Smoked Beef; Boned Chicken; Dupeo
IliiiiH mid Itiicon; tictniini) M-iple Syrup; Ctila Still Drips; Fresh New Orleans
Molusn-.; .) , .lelllesi; Honey, in glass nud tins; Xo. 1 Flour; Wlient; .Mild
Cliece; liurincii, mid u
General Awlinciit of Staple ami Fancy Groceries.
All nnlcrs receive i.ureful attention anil piompt delivery.
!. O. lJo.v :sr. Xoloplione 7 TO.
11. F. lJtl.MMill.VM,
President mnl Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Limited, KiiorcHNorN l Dillingham A Co, mill Nuiuut'l Nntt.
- OOOI IVIGMIT "
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
1 O. Ho -JH7.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS
(J7 ul I I-Iotol Htreet,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
New Goods continually on the way. Just received ICeps Snuer Kraut, ki'K Hol
land Herring:!, keen Tripe, kegs German Pickles', key .Mixed Pickle, kits
Salniun Nellies. k"n .Mackerel, kegs Family l'ork, kegs Corned Beef. For
Hicakfaxl W'lille O.Uh, Oermca; Bicakfast Gem anil tjlireiled Maize. Also, a
line lot of Xew Zealand and Portland l'eachblow Potatoes always on hand.
The very huA of ISLAND BUTTKU, plenty for everybody.
I'rii'os low and Silt
T) Y 11 man and wife, in n private fain
Jt-f llv, lor L'tiiciiil service.
AI & V., ttUM.l.TlN Olllee.
rpiIE iiniloi'.-lgm-d Iiiih moved into the
JL olllee of Mr. .1 . K. Wbeinan, w here
he will ffu prepared to fiinibdi house,
hold servaniH, collect liillh, do Anglo.
Chinese liiterpretiin;, mid a general
bmlniiiw. (.V. llin) SOYONC.
I WILL not be 1 c-ponsililu for any
debt contracleil in my mime with,
out my written ouler.
.1. S. KEAWH
Kalllil.iika, April V2, 1830. K01
STOKE TO KENT.
flIIK Store at present occupied by
X Lewis & Co , Grocers, lintel street,
will ho for rent, May 1st. For purtb
ciuum, apply to
t):t Sw J NO. A. PALMKB, 77 Fort St.
i 12.FKKT WINDMILL, made by
JL Byron mid .lackfion, vthli IGfeut
Tower. Four troughs capable of hold
ing 1,000 gallons of water, sultutilo for
cattle, with il-lneh galvanized Iron
pump. Will bo sold cheap Everything
new. Also, n good spring Cart, unliable
for a butcher. For further particulars,
apply 10 t.w. Rawlins.
30(1 lm Soap Works, Luleo, Honolulu.
General Business & Purchasing AQonL
42 Merchant St., Honolulu.
My inoiU fulllifiil ultcnllonHwllI bo
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
In Honolulu for tliu residents of tho
at) I several Islands of this group, ly
of Furniture !
.IAS. O. Sl'KNCKlt,
Secretary and Treasurer.
inflict ion Hiiiii'iiiitM'l.
XtiHliioiuiblo Clonic and
Corner of Alakca & King Sts.
Feathers Cleaned nnd Dyed.
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
"VfOTIOK Is hereby given that public
1A Telephone; .Stations havu been es
tablished In tlio dlsti lets of Dun, Wai
aiiauaud Walalua, which inn available
to tioiisiibsci lburn at the following rates:
KWA 10 et. pei-Messago
LUA '2T ct. per Menage
Kwa Station Is al the residence of
Hon. A. Kuulil.
Walanau Station Is nt the store of M. '
Walalua Station U at tliu residence ot
S. K. Malioc,
Who, for reasonable consideration, will
uiiilerlaku tho delivery of meninges In
tlinr rcspeotlvo districts.
Facilities for telephoning from town
can bo furnished at the Central Olllee,
on Merchant htreet.
GODFREY UROWX, '
rn-HldciitII.il. Tel. Co.
Honolulu, March ill, IfeSii. IK) lm
The Academic School for Girls.
rpiIIS SCHOOL oilers tliu lest nilvan.
JL tagce to tliu daughters of residents
of tliu Hawaiian lslaiidx.
Tliu course of Study Is modeled upon
that of tho best girls' schools in the
Tliu teachers aro Mrs. E. II. O. WAL
LACE and Rev. GEO. WALLACE,
liotli nru graduates of lino schools, and
aru trained and experienced educators.
urns trom iu years to any agu uru mi.
To all who complete tliu course, nnd
pays satisfactory examinations, a (JcrlL
lleatuof Graduutiou will bo presented.
The best !utruniiou In French and
Lathi is without ulra churgu added to
that in English.
A fuw boarding pupils aro received.
These enjoy all tlio advantages of supe
rior boarding school.
it is the aim of the Behool to train
cultured and rcllned women.
The Summer Term begins MONDAY,
By permission, rcforencu Is miido to
Messrs. T. II, D.ivies. T. It. Walker, J.
H. Cnsllo, Prof. M. M.Scott, Major A