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H S Itlu do Jnticlto fioni K.ni T'ranclsco
Itkttic W II Dliuonil fioni San Fi.iuclsco
Stmr Dowsctt fiom Pala
Schr Malolo from Kawallahll.ihl
Schr Jlnna from Honoinu
Schr Waloll fiom llilo
Schr Khukai from Wululim
Schr Walcliu fioni Hanalct
bclir Kawailaul fiom, Koolmi
Stmr Dowsett for Pain
Stmr Walmaualo for YVnlmnualo
Schr Emma for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Kawallani for Koolau
Schr Malolo for Launahochoc
Schr Wuloll for llllo
Schr Klitiknl for Wulahia
Sclir Mima for Honomti
From San Francisco, per W II Dl
mond, April 22 llcv A Ostiom, Mrs A
Ostrom, Miss Sadie Ootioin. Miss F
Lynch, Mrs K W l'lttmiu nud WlUlam
The steamer Dowsett brought 1,200
bairs of stnrar from Pala.
Tho schooner Mnlolo brought 2.100
bags of sugar fiom Walakea and ICa
vvallahllahl. Tho schooner Mniin brought 070 bags
of sugar from Honomti.
The schooner Wuloll brought 700
bags of sugar from llllo.
The schooner Ehukal brought Gil
bags of sugar and .1,000 oianges from
Tho schooner Canute -was loading at
Walakea when the Malolo left.
Tho baik rorct Queen left San Fran
cisco for this put ton tho Mine day the
Tho steamer Kaplolanl m lived this
morning ftom Ilaualcl with tho
schooner Wnlelm In tow.
Tho schooner Ehukal sailed early
this morning for Walmaualo to get u
btokeu roller and some sugar fiom that
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tub W. C
T. U. is meeting this
An engineer U wanted by Messrs.
II. Hackfeld & Co.
Tin: Lincoln brick block,
street, is advertised for sale.
Au'itEn Wallcn has deseited from
the American bark Jus. S. Stone.
"They hay" that tho incipient firo
of yesteiday was n "conllagrutionl"
Thk steamer Dowsett brought ii
quantity of provisions from Paia this
morning for tho destitute Chinese.
The Supremo Court adjourned
yesterday to Satin day morning at
10, when divorce cases will come up.
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II. Mohoan and James McLean
each contributed $(1 to tho tieasury,
for inebriety, ut tho Polico Court this
Mn. Herrick appeals to tho honesty
of tho peibon who appiopriatod a hot
of turning tools fiom his shop the
night of tho lire.
CoNrmMATioN will bo administeied
to a goodly number by tho Bishop at
St. Andrew's Cathedral, this evening
at seven o'clock.
Thanks to Messrs. J. M. Out, Jr.,
& Co. for a ncnt 12 by 10 inches map
of tho city, showing tho burned as
well us the unburncd aieas.
Divine sci vice will bo' held by tho
Second Congiegation of St. Andrew's
Cathedral to-morrow at 11 A. M. Tho
ltov. Geo. Wallace will picach.
Tin: schooner Mana, which arrived
hero this morning, was driven out of
llonomu by soveio weather, as was
also tho schooner Waioli fiom llilo.
Tin: now goods at the Popular
.Millinery House are all leady for
inspection, and Mr. Sachs will to
morrow give particular of tho dis
play to our rcadeis.
Thk King has recognized the sei
vices of tho British men-of-war's men
ait tho firo, jn an autograph letter to
(Captains Alington and Blackburne,
of the Satellite and Heroine.
At tho target shooting lust night
by tho Honolulu Rifles at Foit stieet
gallery, W. ltogers did tho best, mak
ing 21 out of a possible 25. Tho
lowest scoro was three by Sergeant
Suoah has advanced cinco last
advk'es by nearly six dollars a ton,
to JpLlKlJ per owt. (or UO percent,
There was a firm market with an
upward tendency, beets going up in
Messiis. F, A. Sehaefer it Co.,
agents of tho Hiiinbiiig-lhomen In
surance Company, invito tenders, up
to tho 20th inst., for lebiijldjng Wing
"Wo Tai it Co.'s stoie, Nuninju street,
ilestroyed by tho lato file.
Thk Mararoa is advertised in Ban
Trancisco papers to leave on tho
17th, and tho Zcalandia on tho 21th.
Jfepairs to her machineiy and deten
iion of tho English mails are tho
.cuufA'H of tho Marnroa's delay.
Mil. JJonry Knight Hyde, studying
.at Williiuns College, Massachusetts,
a son of Kov,. Dr. C. M. Hyde, Hono
lulu, hasicceived honorable mention
ju tho competition for tho Cobden
Vlub honors ju political economy.
Uv poinilsDloii of Dopnly MarMinl
Dayton, a Chinaman had rnoV dig
ging in tho ruins on Itlnunukcn stiect
yesterday, cooking tlio body of u
crippled countryman, missing since
tho lire, but the labors of the diggers
wuie in Vain.
Or.PUTY Marshal Dayton requests
that any persons having property
paved from tho late lire, in their pos
session by miBtuko or othorwise, will
please leuvo word with him nt the
Police Station, so that it may bo re
turned to tho ownuitf.
Sionou Cninpobello and his com
pany will bo along in tho Maruroa,
mid tho ecMtnu will open in tho
Opera House on Tuesday night. A
good ninny seats have boon taken,
nnd a good choico now requires mi
early application ut Wiseman's.
Mn. W. E. lleirick's whop was
saved by tho active application of
water from tho tank on tho premises
for supplying water to tho engino of
tho mnchino shop, in buckots effect
ively handled by tho Puuuhuu Col
lege boys, tho sailors nnd volunteer
Mkhskb. Gonsalves it Co. have
recently recoived, direct from Oporto,
somo gemiiue poit wine, an article
dillicult to rOcuro anywhere nnd at
any time. Tho same firm have also
other kinds of supciior wines, us can
bo seen by rcfoiiing to their adver
tisement in this paper.
fcr was Hose Co. No. 2 tho "Vo
lunteer Hoys" that got first water
on tho lire in tho Government yard
yesterday, and not Engino Co. No.
1 as stated. Our reporter had the
truth ut fust, but, being positively
informed that his notes wero incor
rect, changed tho statement.
Thk Bev. E. C. Oggcl reports dona
tions from two poisons, neither of
whom is a member of tho Bethel con
gregation, of iffiOO each for tho build
ing of a new chinch. A good start
ceitainly and one that should give a
stiong impetus to tho liberality of tho
membeis of tho Bethel Union.
Aiteii tho blowing up of buildings
had been determined on, in tho lire,
one of tho sailors of II. 1$. M. S. S.
Satellite shouldered u caso of powder
and eairicd it round tho corner of
King nnd Niiuanu streets, tho heat
at tho same timo being so great as to
scorch his hands and face.
A resident of this placo, had a
private letter from a friond in Eng
land complimenting in very high
terms the efficiency of tho Honolulu
Firo Brigade, in tho celerity with
which they got to tho fire of Mr.
Widomunn'fl house. Tho account of
tho fire, it seems was read and care
fully noted in England.
One of this evening's chief events
will bo tho annual sociablo of tho Y.
M. C. A. Thcio will bo tho' annual
addiess of tho ictiriug President and
ropoits of committees, followed by
refreshments and a general social cn
tertaininent. Members with their
fiionds are requested to bo punc
tually piescnt ut 7 :'M o'clock.
Wing Wo Chan it Cos safe, ono
of McNeil it Urban's make, was
taken from tho smouldering embers
yesterday afternoon, after being in
tho fne over sixty hours, and opened
by tho combination. Its contents
weio not injuied in tho slightest.
This snfo has piob.ibly been subjected
to tho most hocio test of any yet
One of tho few white families, if
not tho only ono, binned out on Sun
day, was that of llenty Diysdalo, who
works in tho foundry. His wife and
young family only came hero from
California two weeks befoio the file,
nnd they woio just comfoitably set
tled down when the disaster came.
They lost a great deal of their effects,
chiefly in clothing and small ai tides.
Caj'TAIN Allington stood on a table
opposito Cnstlo it Cooke's during tho
fue, issuing onions to his Iliitish
boys. When tluough theie, ho
stiii ted on tho double quick, followed
by his men homing tho hawser,
across tluough tho sea of firo in tho
leaf of tho Ilethol, to pull down the
shed on tho lower side of Wing Wo
Chan's. A number of tho oflkeis nnd
niaiiues got on tho top of tho shed,
and wouldn't como down until tho
shed fell under them.
Tin: Steamship llio do Janeiro
unived hero lust night, about eight
days fioni San Francisco, and
unchoied ofl'poit under supoivision
of Officer itoynoldri, of tho Hon id
of Health. Sho has 109 Chi
nese immigiauts for this placo
and they are bo landed at the quaran
tine giouuds this afternoon. Sho has
two inijd cases of wiiull-poY on board.
The itjo do Jmeiio, after lauding her
coolies, will icuojvo about 80 from
this poit for Hongkong, und will sail
in the morning.
Some time ago Love's bakery was
dcstioycd by fiio, and on tho ruins
of tho old wooden structuio there
uj0so a majestic biick edifice. The
giejit Ijvu of Sunday last extended its
nnugcfl to near tho same locality,
and threatened destruction to tho
now memises, Mut tm jiuril bucks,
aided by wift water, icsistcd nd coij
qucied, and the proprietor bus de
cided upon celebrating tho event by
un immense output of hot cioss
buns to-mouow, Good Friday, be
tween tho hours of 5 A. M. and 12 m.,
which can he hud in exchange for
- v. -
Mn, Irom, nrnpilblor nnd miuingor
of tho Seam Candy Factory and
Dnkery, Hotel srcet, truo to his old
instinct, is doteunincd that tho ex
citement caused by the ilro shall not
obscure the fact that to-morrow is
Good Friday. As soon as there is
sign of daylight ho will begin to Hood
tho town with n high quality of hot
cross buns, at T)0 cents n dozen; nnd
all living nt a distanco from tho
fountain, who wish tho stream to
reach them, hnvo only to indicnto
tho snme by sending in their orders,
nnd ii connection will bo established
by means of a delivery cart, nt the
S. M. CAUTr.it it Co., hnvo received
some good charcoal from the Island
of Hawaii. 01 1m
Autihts' Materials, Plaques, Panels,
Strotcheis, Canvas, ute.,etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. I10S Gt.
Lovr.'fl Bakery will bo ready to
supplv anv quantity of Hot Cross
Buns for good Friday.
TO THE HONOLULU PUBLIC.
At a meeting of the Trustees of
the Bethel Union Chinch on the
evening of the 21st Inst, it was voted
to proceed immediately with efforts
to build a House of Worship in
place of our old house destroyed by
It being obvious that tho congre
gation of tho Bethel is unable to ac
complish this object unaided, we
havo determined to come at once be
fore the Honolulu public for aid,
which lins already been tendered
unsolicited by several individuals.
Our pastor, the Kcv. K. C. Oggcl,
is entrusted with the duty of solicit
ing subscriptions for this object,
and will immediately piocccd with
the work, in which wc commend him
to the kind consideration of the com
munity. S. E. .Bishop,
Clerk of the Bethel Union Church.
A meeting of the Cabinet was
held yesterday to consider the asso
ciated matters of relief to the suffer
ers from the fire, city improvement,
and sanitation in the quarters
burned. A committee of citizens
was appointed to inquiic into the
cause and circumstances of the fire,
tho committee consisting of the
Minister of tho Inteiior, as Chair
man, and Messrs. A. J. Cartwright,
S. M. Damon, C. E. Williams, and
C. O. Bcrger. Ministers Gibson
and Gulick were appointed a com
mittee to consider the measures to
be adopted in the present emer
gency, and to confer with citizens
in respect to the best course to pur
sue for the public welfaie. Every
one who is really concerned for the
good of the town, and is sincerely
desirous of turning tho lato visita
tion of fire into a lasting blessing,
should heartily co-operate with the
authorities in devising and executing
measures for the public good.
THE BETHEL UNION CHURCH.
Tho first meeting of the Bethel
Union Congregation, after the fire,
was held last evening in the hall of
theY. M. C. A. building. After
the usual Wednesday evening ser
vices, conducted by the pastor, Rev.
K. C. Oggel, tho meeting was called
to business. Mr. S. E. ISishop,
Clerk of the Congregation, icported
that a meeting of tho Boaul of
Trustees had taken placo, Monday
evening. Two very kind offers were
before the Trustees. One was from
Mr. Henry Waterhouse, of tho
Lyceum, the congiegation to have
the sole use of the building, as if it
were their own; the other from the
oilicers of tho Y. M. C. A., of the
Hall, at any time when not requited
for tie regular meetings of the As
sociation. The Tiustces had deter
mined to leave the decision of this
matter to the congregation, that
being the principal item of business
beforo this meeting. Tho pastor
read a letter from the pastor and
officers of the Fort-sticet Church,
expressing sympathy with the peo
ple of the lietliel in their loss, and
also offering the use of their church
when not occupied by tho icgular
services of tho Fort-street congrega
tion. Mr. J. O. Caitor moved, seconded
by Mr. A. Lauglcy, to accept the
offer of tho Lyceum.
Hon. II. M. Whitney moved,
seconded by Mr. B. V. Dillingham,
that'thc offer of tho Y. M. C. A. be
After considerable discussion, In
which Messrs. Cniter, Whitney,
Dillingham, S. E. Bishop, and Capt.
Babcock took part, showing tho
cotnpaiativo advantages and disad
vantages of tho two places, a vote
was takon, wjjen 23 appeared for
tho Lyceum nnd 17 for the V. Jr,
C. A. hall. On a subsequent motion,
tho vote of acceptance of the Ly
ceum was made all but unanimous.
The pastor intimated that a sub
scription paper had been started
and that subsciiptions would bo in
ordpr at any time. On motion of
Mr. Jay Grpcno, seconded by Mr. B.
I', Dillingham, tho oork was in
structed to acknowledge with thanks
the letters received fiom Foi t-strect
Church and tho Y. M. C. A. Tho
meeting was then dismissed.
OJWIU12 FOR JIJ3NT,
I WILL rent one-lmlf of my office, at
No. 77 Fort street, furnished, with
use of telephones, lo a dcdrublo parly.
JNO. A. l'AhMEIt,
300 Ueiaiul Agent, Honolulu.
rpiIB nport seems lobe current thnl
JL tho prices of Lumber nnd Build,
ing Materials will be mlv&ncvil on nc
count of tho recent fire, and wo nto con.
tlnunlly asked If such Ii lo bo the case.
Wo (fedre to publicly stnto tlint there
will be NO CHANG U in the prlro of
nny goods which we have In stock, con.
sitting of Lumber of all kinds and sles,
Hhlnglex, Corrugated Iron, Doors, Win
(lows, IIIJiiiIh, Null" and HaUdcm' Until
wire, Chinese Mulling, etc, etc.
!!071w LEWEItS it COOKK.
rpili; 2.story Brick Fireproof Build.
X Ing on Fort street, opposite the
CuMoni House, known in the Chayter
Building, Yard 100D0 feet. Will lense
for a term of years. If desired Apply
Vto G. West, or JNO. A FAf.MEU,
i;'i" iw) ueni Agent, no. fort hi.
NoMee to the Public.
Ji:. WISMi..." "lyfrli-lor of the
t Central Clg.n Siiuud, on Merchant
etiecl, bet's lo inform t.io public that lie
ban securid the (orvico of Mr. F.
HlLDUIl, foimcrly at II. J. Nnlto's
Iti'gtuiiiuiit, who will Inko ccIumc
elrirgo of my Cigar and Tobmco Stand,
and will endeavor to keep constantly on
li tit ii selection of
FINE CIGARS & TOBACCO
which, he truU, will be appic ciulid by
the general community, onlcrs Irom
Ihe other Hands will he promptly at
tended to. Patronlo Mr. F. Ilildcr, who
Is u thotoiigh Judge of a good unokcr's
300 lm .1. K. WISH MAN.
FIRE, FIRE !
HAVING been obliged (on short
uotico by the above element) to
moetos"omc other quarters, we would
therefore notify our parous, and all
tho"u that wish us well, that we are now
Cor. of Queen & Nuuanu Sts.,
whero wo shall lie prepared to 1111 all
also, in tho Feed Hue, as
Hay and Crain.
Ordors solicited, prompt attention and
inir prices gunrantced.
E2T No Tclcnhonu as yet, but will
have them in a day or two.
The best Hot Cross Buns ure to be had
On GOOD FRIDAY, April ffilrd, from
ti o'clock a.m. to 1 I .m , and w HI be
del I vend
to any part of the City In time for
Breikfast. tST ln't forget lo send In
That Will Suit.
That charming Cottage on Ilerelimla
street, near I'micliboul street, II rooms,
nicely laid out; stiime, garden, etc.
Neat Cottage, corner of I.illha and
Schools streets, 4 rooms and kitchen.
Small Cottage on .Merchant street,
suitable for man and wife; $10 a month,
Tho tciiBii'o Cotlago of W. 1. Toler,
Ks... at Waiklki. Beautiful rooms,
lanai, stables, carriage house, line
At Pallium, I hao buvvnil line Cot
tages to rent.
Cottage biiitablo for 0 gentlemen,
beautiful place, on Pensacola Htrett.
Small, neal Cottage, on 1'unt.ncoln
street, with both pasturage and use of
stable; lino elevation.
Other houses lo rout.
Somo Fine Property for Sale.
Tho Pionertv ailloininir tho Itesl-
dencc of Jir. Neumann on King street:
beautiful building lot; reasonable
On Limalilo street, a beautiful llrsl.
deuce und line grounds; olvginit marine
On Lllllin, corner School street, 2 OoU
tiges; neat lots.
And Other Property.
1 lino Uord I'luno for sale, i.250;cost
$'J!0; In perfect order.
Siiddle Horse, young and sound, $75.
Ulaek Mare for sale, fcr.0.
Ridcliar Uuggy, cost iJ'-'On, nearly now,
Will exchange Uuggy for Phncion.
J, 13, WISEMAN,
Ucu'l lluslnoss and ltcul
LEWIS & CO., Family Grocers,
Hog to notify the public tint on M VV Ut thoy will niovo Into tho Store,
NO. Ill FOKT STREET,
At present occupied
Great Sacrifice in Ladies' Underwear,
Xoi One AVeelc Only.
Millinery and Dressmaking
IN TUB LATEST
TsKliew' 33a,:z;u,&x, SS DF'ovt Street,
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
C. E. WILLIAMS
wl'l sell Furniture and Upholstered Goods at COST for CASH during tho remain.
MO dcr of thin month. 2W
GHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
: : : Bctwoon Fori and Alakoa Streets.
OoodLs, Jvitsfc DR-eecivetl,
Kep Family llcef ; kei,'s and half bbls. I'ljr Pork; Eastern Hlock Codfish; Smoked
Halibut; Ox Tongues; Lunch Tongues; Smoked Hecf; Boned Chicken; Dupeo
Hams nnd llncon; (! emu no Muplo Syrup; Cuhi Stai Drips; Fresh New Orleans
Molasses; Jams; Jellies; Honey, in glass and tins; No. 1 Flour; Wheat; Mild
Cheese; Ucrmca, and a
General Assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
All orders receive ( areful attention and prompt delivery.
3?. O. 13tx :i72. Xylophone 1 1 1.
II. F. DlLl.INOllAM,
l'renldeat and Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Limited. HucccHMorH tn IHIIIiikIiiuu A. Co, nndlNnmucl Xott.
GOOD TVIGMIT "
PremiM Safety Kerosene 01 150 s
Recommended by the New
JOHN ITT, 1. 8 KaaHiiitt Street ,
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
G. K. MILLER,
Qonoral Buslricst It Purchasing Agent-
My most fqltfnl wtten ion will bo
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
In Honolulu for tnu residents of tho
UU I several Islumld of thU group, ly
by O. B. Williams.
I If 07 LMv
STYLKd, AT THK
of Furniture !
IAS. O. Sl'KNOUH,
Socretary and Ttc.isurer.
York Board of Underwriters.
TIN, C3PPER AND
Yin it Saint'
A Tonic for Invalidi and Sick.
JUS'ITjY Rcommcndid to Physicians
and others A small lm arrived
iter bark Nalumi, from Glasgow, at
P. A. SCHAEFER & Co.'s.
A LOT of nearly new Furniture, for
live rooms, cooking utensils, 25
Cnmries, a do.en of them are singers,
wllh 11 bretdlng Cages. Applv to
feU KiugSucet.' yQ7 In
iiltosiliUiK nt?' ii!tihrfsJi,jlfr' , ' ) &
k h&titte-'' isvi
Fy,A t) "l-CSlij