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SATURDAY, APRIL 17. 188G.
Stmr Mokolll from Moloknl
Stmr Klnnii from Wlmlwiinl Fortfi
Stmr.Jas I Dowsctt from 1'nl.i
Sehr Hnleakala for Pcpcckco
VESSELS LEAVINC OH MONDAY.
B S Kliuui for Windward Port nml tlic
Volcano tit l p m
Stmr Klliuicu Hon for Windward Ports
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
Stinr .Ins I Uowsett for I'ulu
Schr Kuiilkeaoull for Kohala
Sclir Mauuokawal for Koolau
Schr Leahl for Kuluilti
Urnni Windward Port. nor
Klimu, April 17-11 U II Princes Poo
.....iLninnl. Mbn.lulla Avlinr. I H Aus
tin, J S Kinuioon. II Zerho, T II Dnvh's
nml son, F M Swanzy, Won'' Kual, P 11
WItnM,MMVoii Holt, W 11 Italloy.
Col Xorrl, L M Volieseu, II 0 Villa, F
t Vhla, 11 McMollin, .1 Esplndn, wife
anil 4 children.
Tins tliiiic-uiastctl schooner Lottie
Falrlleld which left hero souio time ago
for Hllo will sail from that place to-day
with HOO.totisof sugar forSau.r'rnncNeo.
The schooners Leahl anil .Manuoka
wal were on thu Marino Hallway this
If the I.lkcllkc arrlvo In time rIio will
sail again on Monday.
The stmr Klimu brought (1,000 bags of
sugar, 83 sheep, 1 bull, :i horses, 21
hides, 100 pkgs sundries.
' Kahnlnl, April 10: The sehr .1 O
Ford arrived at this port on the. llth
lust. 17 days fron'i ban Frniicleo, In
ballast; bgtno Sellna arrived this inorn
Ing. 10 days fioin San Francisco, In
ballast, Itoth vessels will sail next
week with full enrgo of sugar. Schr
Ida Schnaneni. bark if S Thompson and
schr American Girl from San 1 rimclsco
via Mahukoun are now due at this port.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEVS.
Palm Sunday, to-morrow.
Ick Cold Boca Hoor at the Com
mercial Hotel at popular prices.
Miss Berry's School, on Punchbowl
street, re-opons on Monday next.
Tin: foreign jurors will ho notified
when to attend again at the Supremo
A meutiko of the Queen's Own
will bo held at Iolani Palace, Monday
Thy tho new beer of Boca JJefcr
with hot lunch at tho Commercial
Lewis & Co. and Davis it Wilder
may bo relied upon for fresh good on
ico by tho Mnraroa.
IIackkklu'h steam scow is taking
out 70 tons of coal to tho Satellite
nnd 41 tons to the Heroine.
Tenders for supplying milk to tho
Queen's Hospital will bo received
until 12 noon of Saturday next.
Aiiott 100 men of tho Satellite
will attend St. Andrew's Cathedral
service, at 9:30 a. m. to-morrow.
Tin: celebrated new beer of tho
Bocu Beer Company is all the rage
at tho Commercial. Don't fail to try
Tin: htcamer Kinnti had a very
rough passage this trip, and it is
feared that rough weather has delayed
PitiNCESH Poomaikalani, Governess
of Hawaii, como by the Kinau, this
morning, and was saluted by tho
Adjutant L. J. Nahorn Hipa is to
bo Captain O'Connor's successor, as
senior captain of the Queen's Own,
unit Joseph iveiuonu lunuiou, jmuur
Ox Monday next, at 10 a. m.,
Messrs. Adams & Co. will sell tho
entire equipments of Mr. Coleman's
blacksmith and machine shop, next
to Castle & Cooke's.
Tin: Royal Hawaiian Baud will bo
on hand again on Monday evening
at Emma Square to entertain tho
public with liquid melody under tho
soft radianco of tho tiopical moon.
In tho Police Comt this morning
John was committed to tlo Insane
Asylum on evidence of Dr. Webb.
John Smith, O. Davidbon and II.
Olilsen for drunkenness wore lined
,. , !
Tub vessels recently arrived from
Europe renew and enlarge tho stock
of somo of our merchants, as will ho
from the advertisements ot
Messrs. Hackfeld it Co.
Schaefer it Co.
Mu. W. I). Raymond brought in
this morning a line specimen of a
largo luscious honey comb. Mr. Ray
mond supplies honey of tho finest
quulity in comb and also strained, at
his place, No. 11 Berotania street.
Anyonk in want of a cottage or a
piece of land, to lease or purchase,
or desirous of becoming tho owner
of a horso and buggy, should do
nothing before consulting J. E. Wise
man's advertisement in to-day's
By special request Mr. William
Jfoblo will address tho employees of
tho Tron Works nnd all other friends,
ladies as' well ns ei'iitlciiicn, in the
Y. M. C.-A. hall this evening, ifnlcss
prevented by the btcuinur's departvuo
for tho Colonies.
"Sam. Boiii.es" was inadvertently
pilntcd insteatl of "Sum. Bowles," in
a selected paragraph yesterday. It
is worth whilo making this correction
in viow of tho cminonco of the Into
editor of tho Springfield "Republi
can" in his profession.
.While somo native carpenters
were at work on tho shed being built
near tho Palace, for the Military
Companies', this morning, tho staging
gave way, nnd two of the workmen
weie precipitated to the giound, some
20 odd feet. Both men were con
Tin: Myrtle Boat Club pioposo to
give a Now England kitchen nnd hall
on tin evening of tho Kith May, at
the Central Park skating link.
Tickets for u gentleman with lady,
will be sold at 2 each. The club has
derided on this plan of raising funds
to pay for improvements on tho boat
house and to square up expenses of
lust year. '
. BUSINESS ITEMS.
S. M. Caiiteii it Co., have received
some good chaiconl from tho Island
of Hawaii. !)l lm
Royal Hawaiian Hand
I'mima .Square at
o'clock this afternoon. Following is
March The Crown Prince, (new)..
Overture Kubeahl FIntow
Polka I.o o and Truth Welcker
Selection Welch Melodies, (by re-
Waltz The Mikado, (by icquest)
Lancers The Mikado, (by request)
Following me the religious ser
vices at the Roman Catholic Cathe
dral: April 8th, Palm Sunday. 10 a. m.,
high mass preceded by the blessing
nnd distribution of palm branches
and solemn procession, in remem
brance of the triumphant entry of
Jesus Christ into Jerusalem.
April 22nd, Maunday Thursday.
7 a. m., high mass and holy commu
nion; 3 l. m., washing of the feet of
12 poor men, in remembrance of the
washing of the 12 apostles' feet by
our Saviour; 8 i m., sermon.
April 23rd, Good Friday. 10 a. m.,
service; 3 r. m., stations of the
cross; 8 i si., English sermon.
April 24th, Holy Saturday. 7 a.
m., high mass.
April 25th, Easter Sunday. 10
a. m., high pontifical mass, followed
by baptism; 3 i. jr., confirmation,
followed by benediction of the
The "daisy party" atthcYosomitc
rink, last evening, drew a large
number of ladies ami gentlemen.
There were many "jolly jack tars,"
from the war vessels in port, on
wheels. A few of them could skate
pretty well, but about n dozen
created much laughter by their
ludicrous contortions with a biff-baug
all in u heap. At 8:30 o'clock Mr.
Thomas Wall rang the bell for nttcn
tion, and when all wero quiet he
delivered the following little speech:
"Ladies ami gentlemen, this is iny'
last week in Honolulu for some time
to come, and about my last night at
this rink. I am going to Australia
by tho S. S. Mararoa, and I embrace
this opportunity of thanking the
patrons of this rink for their kind
ness, hopiifg they will do as well
with my brother, who succeeds mo
in tho management, as they have
done by me." Pretty buttonhole
boquets were then passed around to
every person, anil tit i) o'clock danc
ing was commenced to the euphon
ious strains of the Hawaiian Band.
Mr. Thomas Wall hns made many
friends by his genial manner and
good management of thu rink, and
they all wish him a plesant voyngo
ami n speedy return.
A NOBLE CRAFT.
The Britisli hark Natunu that ar
rived hero a few days ago, 1.15 days
from Glasgow, on her maiden trip,
is ttne of the most noble specimens of
mnrinu architecture that have ever
ontored these waters, not excepting
even the magnificent steamships that
now regularly call at this port. Slio
was built by Russell & Co., Greenock
.and Port Glasgow, Scotland, is owned
by Peter Denuistou & Co., Glasgow,
and is ono of a. line running to th a
port from Great Britain, for which
Messrs.' F. A. Schaefer & Co. are
agents. Thu XiitiAui is built of iron,
her gross tonnago 1800, measurement
1105 tons, length 217 ft., breadth 35
ft., depth of hold 21 ft. 3 in. Hot
houses arc all on deck, giving ti Hush
hold fore and aft. Thero is a collision
bulkhead of iron near the bow, and
the masts tire of the same material.
Very ample ventilation is secured
through tho masts and also by separ
ate hooded shafts. The standingrig
glng, of wire, has screw setting, that
enables resetting with n very little
trouble. All the upper works aro
finished in teak, with doors of plno
nnd panels of birdsoyo maple, whilo
tho bulwarks nro built of aeppclc3 0f
ironwood from Guiana and figured
with chaste design of old gold. Thu
ollicers' rooms and the forecastle
are more than ordinarily airy and
spacious, the comfort of the hardy
mariners having evidently been
made an important object. As for
the captain's quarters, no passenger
steamer can surpass them in pro
vision for comfort, convenience and
the gratification of elegant taste.
The galley is partitioned off from
the forecastle with iron plate; its
floor is of iron covered with brick:
thus thu danger from lire in that
quarter is placed at the minimum.
Every modern convenience for sav
ing labor, such as patent windlass
and capstan, Is provided, besides
which, where only sti cngth nnd good
mechanical finish arc looked for on
a sailing vessel, hero those nro found
with the adornments of color and
carving without any men) ginger
bread work. After discharging the
goods for this port, the Natuna will
sail for San Francisco, where the
bulk of her cargo is destined. She
is under command of Cnpt. Gralin,
who, in company with Air. F. A.
Schaefer, this morning kindly
showed a Bulletin reporter all over
Ifc IIWII l l II III t
SUPREME COURT-APRIL TERM.
Fhiday, April ICtli.
Before McCully, J. In the suit of
All Choy vs. AIiiish.il Sopcr, mention
ed yesterday,' the jury returned a
verdict for the plaintiff for 125
Satuuiuv, April 17th.
Before Chief Justice Judd. In
re estate of J. AI. Haigle, deceased.
Hearing on application of Hon. W.
C. Parke, administrator, with, the
will annexed, for. confirmation of
sale held April 13lh instant, of the
property of deceased, situate on
1'ensacola street, Honolulu. . Tho
premises sold arc those maiika of
W. O. Smith 9 lot, and were knocked
down to Airs. Lina Bolte, the last
and highest bidder, for the sum of
SI, 500. The application is opposed
b' Airs. J. AI. Daigle, widow of
deceased, on the ground that the
price bid was inadequate, she rely
ing on the allldavit of Air. J. A.
Ilassingcr, an adjoining land owner,
who states that the land is fully
worth S2.000, and that if it were his
ho would not part "with it for less
than the sum of $2,500. On the
other hand the affidavits of Alessrs.
Jas. F. Morgan and C. W. Hurt
aver that the price bid was a fair
one. The Court, however, to satisfy
the heirs of the testator, ordered that
the sale be set aside and that the
promises bo resold at an upset price
of 81,500, without prejudice to Airs.
Boltc's right of claiming that amount
as her bid, should there be a failure
of an advance from said amount.
The administrator for himself,
Kinney & Peterson for the heirs.
THE MODERN NEWSPAPER.
Newspapers havo undergone num
erous changes since first intioduced
to the world. What they now arc a
clever American writer tells us in
the expressive language of his conn
Cry: "The newspaper of to-day is
a library. It is an encyclopedia, a
poem, a biography, a history, a
prophecy, a directory, a time-table,
a romance, a cook-book, a guide, a
horoscope, an art critic, a political
resume, a, ground plan of the civiliz
ed world, a low-priced tmiltum in
mirvo. It is n sermon, ti sonj:, a
circus, an obituary, u picnic, a ship
wreck, a symphony in solid brevier,
a medley of life and death, a grand
aggregation of man's glory and
shame. It is, in short, a bird's eye
view of till tho magnanimity and
meanness, the joys and griefs, the
births and deaths, the pride and
poveity of the world." The journa
list, the man who makes thu news
paper, is equally remarkable io his
way, for he is a short-hand reporter,
a statesman, a lawyer, a divine, a
poet, a novelist, a dramatic, musical,
artistic, and literary otitic, a tailor,
a dressmaker, a cook, an engineer,
a general, an admiral, an atchitect,
a linguist, an inventor, an historian,
a commentator, n reformer, an
astronomer, tin encyclopaedia, a
dictionary, a reference library, an
ait gallery, a museum, and an
embodiment of genius, industry,
honesty, philanthropy, wit, humor,
satire, and special knowledge.. And
all this to earn a penny. I', and P.
TWO nicely furnished Rooms. En.
trance No. 4 O mien Lime, or op.
poslto lirilUlt Club, Union Street.
;ioa Mtl MHS. Mct'ONNELL.
For Family Use,
Salmon Bellies, in 25 & 50 -lb. Kits,
Salmon Tipj, in 25-lb. Kits,
Codfish, in 25-lb. Kits,
ALSO, ON HANI),
Plantation Salmon, Bbls. & Tieroos,
Tho above tiro of lutu arriving, and
guaranteed in good otder. Tor naln hy
m lm OASTLE & COOKE.
By n man ami wife, in a prlvnlo fnm
lly, for general service. Address
M. ii W., Uullltin Olllce. 300 lw
'JMIAT very iliwlnible Knmlly Resl.
X denco on l.mmlilu Slnet, owned
nnd occupied by Mr. O. Duval, which
comprises n 2.slory liiiildlitj.', with pnr.
lor, (lining room, bedroom, kitchen, pan.
try, and bathroom downMtilrs; and 8
lnrgn bedrooms upstair?, nil being sun
piled with hirne clocts. Tito house is
entirely now, having been built only 7
months ago. The view is unsurpassed,
nlloidlng the flncst iniii'liiu view. It Is
nhn one of the liiriiihli;t, mst couveiil
cut and comfortable Itesidcncu In Ibis
vicinity. Apply on premise.
II lm wciUsui
Haw'i Opera House.
Tuesnay Ev'g, April 20th,
Under the GrnciotiM Patronage of
His Majes-y the King.
Signor Enrico Cainpobello,
Hiiilt.ne. Of Her Majesty's Theater,
1 11 lib.
Miss May Mitchsll Spring,
The fining California Prima Donnn,
Miss Pauline Joran,
Misses Glise and Lulu Joran,
Grand Opening Night !
TUESDAY EVENING, April 20th,
with a brilliant and varied programme,
in which Hie entire Company will ap
pear. Six concerts will ho given. Season
tickets, $10; single tickets, Sjii.
Tliee concerts will bo given under
the management of Signor C.uupobello.
Full particulars can bo had at the
olllce of J. E. WUuiuan.
EST The box plan will be open at
Wiseman's olllce, on Merchant Street, on
Wednesday morning, April llth, at I)
o'clock Mmrp. :io:i
Potatoes & Onions
Just received, ex Alameda.
. H. MAY & CO.
ex baik Jas. S. Stone,
AIVJL loit SAJL.IC,
AN ASSOllTMKKT OK
in part as follows, viz:
Open Ivers Buggies
Top HreWfU-r lli.x llugirles,
Tup llreusler l'liueton Haggle,
Open Dfiuoeiat Wagons,
Cunopy Top Wagons,
Extension Ton Cabriolets,
Hand Carts and Mule Carls.
C. BREWER & CO.,
Honolulu, April la, 18815 !!02 lm
S5t. DPiXTuli Beer,
ipitnts and pints;
PilRcner Heur, quarts and pints ;
Tennont l'ale Ale, do , do ,
Tcnncnl Stout, do., do..
Illooil. Wolfo & Co. I'alo Ale, do., do.
Ltilandu'8 lied It ir Clarets, do., do.,
In quarts and pints;
Superior Sherry, in can's and in hulk,
Genuine Ki'il and White Port, In cases,
(iciavcs and qmutcr casks,
a riiM. link ok
Brandios, Scotoh & Irish Whiskeys,
Rum in Casks,
Also, iiencdictlne, Curacao, Ahsyuthc,
Angostura Kilters, Kirscli Wasscr,
etc., etc., etc.
For salu at lowest rates at
IP. A. Hrluuttsi .to Oo.'n.
m in .
5x10 Cainm Table, thinly inlaid; with
Balls, Curs Hack, now cloth, Pin Pool,
Outfit, etc, Also,
JUNCBLATT, 4 1-2x9,
with Hulls. Cues, Hack. Pin Pool,
Outfit, new cloth, elc.
E3T Terms Cnali. a
o. j. McCarthy,
Aator House, Honolulu. W !!w
Great Sacrifice in Ladies' Underwear,
3J"ov One Weelc Only.
Millinery and Dressmaking
IN THK LATKST 8TYLK3, AT THE
Z-ifLdic' HnxixvLi; SS Xoi't Street',
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
C. E. WILLIAMS
will sell Kurnltuio and Upholstered Goods nt COST for CASH during tho rcmnin.
300 dor of this month. -Jw
OHAS. EUSTACE, GROCER,
: : : Between Fort and Alakun Streots.
Goods, Just K.ecjAi eel.
Kegs Family liecf ; kegs and half hhls. Pig Pork ; Kastcrn Hlock Codfish ; Smoked
Halibut; Ox Tongue; I.uneh Tongues; Smoked Reef; ISoncd Chicken; Dupce
lIuiiHiiiid ''ii'-nti;' ttttiuiiiie JIaplu byrup; Cala Stat Drips; Presh New Orleans
Molawt's; .1 . , .tellies; Honey, in glass and tins; No. I Flour; Wheal; Jlild
Clicc:c; Oerinea, and u
General Assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
All orders receive uircful attention and piompt delivery.
P. O. JIox :r. Tolcpliiint; 1 1I.
11. K. DlLMMlllAM,
President ninl .Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Limited, NurrcMNurt to IHllliiulinm A Co, nml Hnniurl Xott.
- GOOD NIGHT "
Premium Safety Kerosene 0il)--150
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
P. O. Uox ii7.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
J"y tintl Hotel Street,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Xow Uootl continually on the way. Just received Kegs Saner Kr.iut, kegs Hol
land Herrings kegs Tripe, kegs German Pickles, kegs .Mixed Pickles, kits
Salmuii lk'llies. kit .Mackerel, kegs Family Pork, kegs Corned Ueef. For
HioakfaU White O.it", Germea; Ureakfast Gem and Slirtded Maize. Also, a
line lot of New Zealand and Portland Peachhlow Potatoes always on hand.
Thu very hoi of ISLAND HUTTKH, plenty for every hody.
I'l'ircH low tintl Satisfaction iiitiraii(oo(l.
COTTAUE tO KENT,
.Ml, A. No li" lieretiinlii htreet, nt
ii present oeciinieil hy A. F.IiIcm.
l'ovussimi iiiveu Slav 1st.
Kuipiiru on lliu piemlnes or of Ij. WAY,
Kinau Mien, in iear. 71) tf
rpilK undersigned has moved into tho
X ollleo of Mr..l. K. Wit-uniau, where
lie will he prepared to furnish house
scrvunlH, cnllccl bills, no Anglo.
hnities. (.V) tim)
ITU'KUY Ilorsu Owner's Cyclopedia,
li treating of Diseases and flow to
Cure them; tho Ameilcan Trotting
Horse; llreeding and Training, ami
Kecords of Trotting and Running
Stock. .'00 Illustrations and Ktm rav
ings, hy blniiehcuL'u ami other eminent
men. Sold hy Biilicrlptinnt-.
8.') J . .M . OAT, .1 II., & CO.
I'.'.FliKT WIN'D.MIM., made hy
X liyrou and .lacksou, with It! feet
Tower. Four troughs capable or hold
ing 1,000 gallons of water, sultahlu for
cattle, with il.inch galvanized iron
pump Will lie sold cheap Evciytliltig
new. Ali-o, a good sptlng Cart, suitable
for a butcher. For further paitlculats,
apply to T.W. IIAWI.INS.
ilflO fro"! ' Boup Works, Luleo, Honolulu.
C. E. MILLER,
Gcnoral Butincts & Purchasing A9cnl
My movt faithful atlenlloii,will ho
given for tho
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tno residents of the
30 1 several Inlands of this group, ly
in Honolulu for tno residents oi me if. uastie, rror. n. n, Scott, Major A,?:-'W' A
30 1 goyerul Inlands of this group, ly Hoia. Ul yv . : to;;l
t J w -JrfArJ
of Furniture !
J At. O. Sl'KNCnil,
Secretary and Treasurer.
lTuHliioiuUlo Glottic ami
Corner of Alakca AKlng Sis.
Feathers Cleaned and Dyed.
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
"VTOTiaK Is hereliy given that puhUo
i.i Telephone Stations havo heen is
tahllslied In the dKtriets of Kw,i, Val
auau and Wnlalua, which aio available
to nnntihscrihci, at the following rates:
KWA 1U cts. per .Me.sago
IjI'A 'J. els. perMes-ago
Kwu Station U at the re-ldenco of '
Hon. A. Kauhl.
Wtilaimo .Statioifls al the stoic of M. .
Waialua Station i? at tho lesldenco of
S. K. .Mahoe, , j
Wliu, for reasonable consideration, will
undertake tho delivery of messages In
their respective dUtrlcts.
Facilities for telephoning from town
can bu fiunl.-bed al the Central Olllce,,.
on .Merchant street.
President II. II. Tel. Co.
Honohilu, March :il, ISsi;. jio lm
The Academic School for Girls.
rpiIIS SOHOOI, oirers tho heut atlvnu
JL lages to the daughters of residents
of thu Hawaiian Islands.
Tho coursu of Study is modeled upon
that of the bcxt girls' schools in tho
Tho teachers are Mrs. K. II. C. WAL
LACE and Kov. GEO. WALLACE.
Both are graduates of line hcliools, nml
aro Iralnid and experienced educators.
Gills from 10 years to any agu nro ud.
To all who complete tho course, nnd
pu-8 satlsfactuiy examinations, a Ccrtl
llcute of Graduation will ho presented.
The best Instruction in French nnd
Latin is without extra charge added to
that in Englii.li.
A few hoarding ptiplU tiro received.
T lieso enjoy all tho advantages of supe.
rlor hoarding t-chool.
It Is the aim of thu Hchool to trnla
cultured and retlued women.
The Slimmer Term begins MONDAY,
Ily permission, reference is inntlo to
Messrs. T. II. Davits. T. 11. Walker. J. .
H. Castle, Prof. M. M. Scott, Major A.f ;'
How. Ui yw . :
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