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FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 188G.
Stmr Jns Makco from Kauai
Stmr C R Bishop form Hamakna
Sclir ICawalhinl for Koolati
riehr Mnlolo for Laupahoehoe
Sclir Wnloll for Hllo
Schr Eliukal for Walalua
Sclir Maim for lloiiomti
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Jus Makeo ut 8 A. m., for Wnlu
nnc, Iliuiiimntiht and Knjiait
Stmr 0 It Ulshop at 12 noon, for Ha
From Hamakna, per 0 Jt UMion,
Anrll 23 l? W Olndu, Prof Stroleln. 1
Chinaman and 30 deck.
From Kauai, per Jns Makco, April
2311 A Wldemnim and 2 dudes.
r ""SmPPIND NOTES.
'" "Arrivals at San FraiifcK-o March 28,
schooner Anna, Kahulul; schooner
Emma Claudltia, Illlo. Apill 1, bark
autlne Cath Sudden, Kahulul; schooner
Geo C Perkins, Kahulul. Api II 2, brlg
autlne Courtney Ford, Kahulul; bark
antlne Mary Wlnkehnaii, Honolulu;
schooner Eva, Honolulu; schooner Ex
celsior, Honolulu. April 10, steamer
Santa Mat la.
Departiucs from Sail Francisco March
28, brlgautinc Scllna, Kaliuliil; schooner
J O Foid, Kahulul. Apill 2. bark F S
Thompson, Kahulul. April 3, schooner
Ida Sclmaucr, Kahulul.
Loading, baik Foicst Queen, td sail
about 14th Inst.; bchooner Eva, 17th
Inst. schooner Geo C Perkins, 17th
lust.; steamer Maraioa, 17th lust.;
schooner Emma Claudlua, 14th Inst.:
barkantlno Mary Wlnkelmnn, 20th Inst.
Tho barkentlno Kate Fllcklnger sailed
this afternoon for San Francisco with
13.217 bags of sugar. 2.2C5 bags of rice,
H bales of goat skins and 133 bbls of
molasses. Value 873,003.31.
Tho steamer Bishop brought 3,C08
bags of sugar.
The steamer Jas Makee brought
2,7-10 bags of sugar.
RIGE AND SUGAR.
Williams, Dhnond & Co.'s circular,
per S. S. ltio do Janeiro, San Francisco,
April 13, says :
Suoah. There is no change to note
in the condition of our local market.
Hcflncd is in good demand. Shipments
of raw hiignr coutluuo to go forward to
tho Eastern States under the low rates.
Tho railroad companies aio expected to
advance rates the latter pai t of the pre
sent week, at which time theso ship
ments will probably cease. Since our
last report pi ices of raws have advanced
in New York, and a llrnier feeling has
prevailed. Cuba centilfugals 00 per
cent test have advanced 3-lOc per lb.
The islness transacted has been of
moderate proportions, but tho market
has developed quite a buoyant temper
and tho situation presents a more en
couraging aspect than for some time
past. Advices from London have alo
been moro favorable, and although beets
have only advanced a little, still the
market has continued steady for some
time, and this lias had the desired effect
on the New Yoik market. Buyeis have
shown moro confidence to lcplenish
their stocks, aud cover future lcutihe-
'ineiits, and tho strong statistical posi
tion of supplies has enabled holders to
gradually advance their views and insist
, upon higher prices.
It is woith noting that Germany made
215,000 tons from Feb. 1st to Sept. 1st,
1885, while this year during same time
only 90,000 tons remain to he made, and
the miautlty alloat on rivcis and In
Hamburg, not included in stocks, in
this year 125,000 tons lc-s than last
year, Austria and other eountiles will
also make 75,000 to 100,000 tons less for
the remainder of this season than for
some time last year. Latest telegruphlis
advices from New Yoik quote Cuba
centrifugals 'JO peicent test 5 11-lUu;
market tlrm and advancing. London,
same date, beets 88 percent test 12s 7d.
European and foreign markets steady.
Kick. With free receipts of tho
Eastern article, Island lice is salable at
not over 4Jo net to 4 to at (0 days.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mr. II. J. Agnew received a horse
by tho W. II. Dimond yesterday.
Music at tho Yosemito link this
evening for skating, also for dancing
A mail for tho Coast per barken
tino Ella will closo ut tho Post Ofl'ico
to-morrow at 11 a. m.
Lovh'b Bakery has called fortli tho
"Alolia nui" of tho Bui.um.v boy, by
a bountiful tieat of hot cio.ss buns.
. Mil. Levey will sell to-morrow
morning, at 10 o'clock, two old build
ings on Nuuaiiu street, above tijo
The Mutual Telephone Company
liavo restored all their wiiea destroyed
by tho lato hie, and completed their
Till'. Rio do Janeiio landed 108
Cliineso 'hoio yesterday, and took
hence 117 for Hongkong. Slio sailed
Tiikiii: is a considerable batch of
prisoner in tho cells keeping Uood
Friday, thero being no session of the
Police Court to-day.
Die. John Herman Zuekertort, tho
great chess player, now in San Fran
cisco, attributes his defeat by Herr
Stoinitz to sickness.
Mu. Noi.ti: this afternoon warmed
ilio gastionbinieal department of tho
JJuu.r.TiN with hot coileo, to go1 with
Ilorn'tt and Lovo'h buns.
Rev. Alvin Oslrom, whoso arrival
by tho W. II. Dimond was recorded
in yestorday'ti issue, lias come to take
diargo of tho foreign church ut
Wis rtro under obligation to Ills
Excellency tho Minister of the In
tel ior for a splendid map of tho
burnt district, showing tho proposed
new streets, etc.
A donation of books, consisting of
10 volumes, lias been presented to
tiio Honolulu Library and Reading
Room Association, by Mr. Hutchin
son, of Gonsalves aud Co.
A TYroonAriiicAi. transposition
yesterday niade oflicer Reynolds
supers iso the anchoring of tho S. S.
Rio de Janeiro, instead of the lauding
of her passengers in quiiruntiue.
TilK Benedicts vs. llawoiis play to
morrow ut Makiki, and Dodd's bus
leaves for tho giounds at !1 o'clock.
Tho match will be enlivened by tho
playing of the Royal Hawaiian Band.
Mu. E. B. Thomas's horse came
dashing down Foit street this morn
ing, with bioken shafts and entangled
ImrneMi dangling about him. Ho wns
stopped at tho water front and taken
E. P. Adams &, Cp. sell tho Daigle
picmihCH on Pentacola sticct, again,
at noon to-inonow, tho former sale
having been disallowed by the Su
preme Court, on an objection raised
by the widow.
Tin: childicn and young people of
tho Bethel Union Sunday School are
requested to ho at the Lyceum on
Nuuauu Avenue to-inonow afternoon
at 3 o'clock, to lehearso lor tho
Easter services on Sunday evening.
Haiing Lung Keo it Co's. safe,
manufactured by McNealo fc Urban,
was opened yestciday by tho com
bination. The external parts exhibited
symptoms of exposuioto considerable
heat, but the inside bote no marks of
Two Ueiman families weie burned
out on Sunday last, making, with tho
case given in this paper yesterday, at
least three white families then ren
dcied homeless. One of tho German
households was accommodated in the
hospital building of the Reformatory
Mit. F. Horn this afternoon sent
tho childicn of the Kakaako Branch
Leper Hospital, thiough the Bui.i.k
tin olliec agency, n generous treat of
hot cross buns and candy. At the
same time his buu-ovolence has not
failed to leach the employees of this
J. A. IvAMAiroiiA, a ptnmising
young Hawaiian who had been study
ing at King's College, London, died
at Torquay, Devonshire, on March
2(5. He had gouu to England in 1882,
along with Matthew1 Makalua and A.
C. Piianaia, and was an apt learner.
The Euiopoan climate lias proved
fatal to his Hawaiian constitution.
Tiik Bell Telophono Company are
advancing rapidly with tho restora
tion of tlie wiles destroyed by the
late iiio. Our item of two days ago
hccms to have been misunderstood in
some quarteis. The item leferred to
stated that connection between eveiy
instrument and the Central had been
established, which was peifectly cor
icct, and not that tho private wires
had been all icphiccd.
Among the heioes of the late lire
is Frank May, who escaped witli life
but not without injury. Ho was
woiking witli tho hose of Engine Co.
No. 2, on the second floor of a house
on Mnunakca street, when the lloor
gave way, and ho was precipitated
among tho ruins below. Ho was
badly burned about the head aud
painfully bruised in other parts of
the body. When dragged out lie vas
in a state of unconsciousness, and
although now able to be around is
still in a pitiable condition.
Tiiko. II. Davies, Esq., writes to
this morning's "Advertiser," recom
mending the raising of a fund for the.
relief 'of sufferers by tho lato iiro.
Following is the final paragraph of
the communication: "If this pro
posal finds a generous response, I will
gladly bo one of live contributors of
$1,000 each, or one of ten contribu
tors of $500 each, and 1 venture to
think that a subsciiption list so com
menced would bo liberally suppoi ted.
1 tiust that tliis pioposal may bo con
sidered of sulllcieut iuteicst to justify
the calling of a meeting at an early
date for tho iiiaugiiiatiou of a general
relief fund, and the appointment of a
vommittco forctmyiiig it into execu
tion." BUSINESS ITEMS.
S. M. Caiitku it Co., havo icceived
some good charcoal from the Island
of Hawaii. t)L lin
Artists' Materials, Plaques, Panols,
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bios.' Artstoie. 1108 Ot.
Lovn's Bakery will bu ready to
supply any quantity of Hot Ciota
Buns for good Fiiday. 1108
Messrs. Barnes & McCandless
have been boring an nrtcsian well
on tiio property of Dr. J. II. Mo
Giew, at Kwa, tltis Island. At a
deptli of about .'500 feet they havo
btruck a stream of water, that
Hows a foot above tiio pipe. This
is good iiowb not only for Dr.
McLJrow, but for all who are inter
ested in the agricultural development
of the country. Kvery successful
well docs its part in drowning tho
voice of the croaker who scouts tho
idea of making our deserts blossom
by means of irrigation,
AHIIUAL MEETING OP THE Y. M. C. A,
The annual meeting of tho Y. M.
O. A. mot, pursuant to adjournment
from the 15th inst., last evening in
the hail of the Association building.
Mr. J. B. Atherton presided- nt the
opening. With him, on tho platform,
were the President elect, Sir. AV. A.
Bowcn, and Rev. A. O. Forbes.
Miss Hessic Dickson acted pianist
for the occasion. The meeting open
ing witli tho singing of hymns, and
prayer by Mr. Forbes.
Tho statement of the year's
finances was presented by Mr. T. S.
Balance from last year $ 132 44
Membeishlp dues 334 00
.Subscription pledge 1,708 00
Do'natlons 570 CO
Monthly meetings ' 121) 05
Contribution box 7 20
For Intel national committee,
collection 20 00
Rcntof hall 5 1)0
Mr. A. Brown's lecture 43 75
Major Danc's3 lcrturcs 3ii2 00
Salary of Secretary
Salary of Janitor
S. D. Fuller, passage
S. D. Fuller to Xapa Conven
Penodicals, J. M. Oat, Jr., &
Ice, People's Ice Co
PaeillellardwaieCo., oil, etc.
Page of the Friend
Auction sale for chairs and
E. O. Hall & Sou. sundries..
S. D. Fuller, sundries
X. F. Burgess, sundilcs
White Cns papers
T. G. Thrum
Hawaiian duetto Co
Cmtlo & Cooke
P. O. box and eard
Pi ess Publishing Co., prlutg
Pi ess Publishing Co., papeis
Dally Bulletin, piloting
Dally Bulletin, papers
J. T. Waterhouse
Duttou & Partridge
I Hie of chahs
Anglican Church Cluonlcle..
Sundry small payments
Balance to next year
1 15 00
Mr. W. A. Bowcn read the report
of the committee on devotional meet
ings, showing that two public preach
ing services, 124 noonday meetings
and 50 Sunday evening meetings
had been held since last annual
meeting, and that a decided impe
tus had been given to the work of
ttie Association by the visit of Mr.
McCoy and the arrival of Mr. S.
D. Fuller, General Secretary, in the
early part of the year.
The temperance committee's re
port was read by Mr. V. C. Jones.
From April 18tli, 1885, to March
20th, 18SG, 4'J meetings had been
held, the smallest attendance being
8, the largest -18, and the average
Tho report of the committee on
entertainments, by Mr. Thco. II.
Davies, enumerated 9 entertain
ments, and made a cordial acknow
ledgment of the valuable assistance
rendered by the Indies and other
friends in making the entertainments
occasions of great interest to the
public as well ns to the Association.
The report stated that, "It is pro
bable that this association may vie
with any other in tho, city in the
record of its production of music,
the consumption of ice cream and
the development of that genial glow
which warms men's hearts and
makes them feel their brotherhood."
The Reading Room committee's
report, in the absence of the chair
man, Rev. O. M. Hyde, D. D., was
read by Mr. W. W. Hull. The
attendance at tho reading room,
during the year, aggregated 1-1,218.
The tables havo been supplied with
two dailies, 37 weeklies, and 13-
tnnntfilinu nf u'ln1i P. nrn lnnnl.
each. Of the monthlies, 2 arc
literary, .'1 religious, 1 art, 1 juve
nile, 1 commercial and 1 German.
Tho weeklies nro classed : lo secu
lar, 11 religious, 4 illustrated, 1
scientific, 1 literary, 1 reform, 1
juvenile, 1 Portuguese and 2 Ger
man. Contributions of 17 weeklies
have been made by Hon. A. F.
Jiuld, Messrs. Tlieo. II. Davies, V.
C. Jones, T. R. Walker and A.
Shoppard. The room is open from
1) a. m. to 10 v. m. dally, except on
The General Secretary's report
gavo :i rcsutno of tho year's doings,
accounts of which appeared, in duo
course, in the columns of this paper,
and, on behalf of the association,
tendered gratoful acknowledgments
to the gentleman who gcneiously
donated tho oil paintings adorning
tho walls of the hall; tho Govern
ment olllcials for two lino maps for
the reading room; tho donors of
135 cane seat chairs; tho young
men who paid for tho royal palms
ornamenting the grounds in front of
tho building; the contributors of
papers and magazines; the ladies
who presented a handsomo covering
for the hall-table and book-rest; tho
members of the Woman's Christian
Temperance Union and nil othor
friends "who hare made us so
dcliciopsly cool witli Ico cream;"
the gentleman who purchased tiio
dishes in which to receive tho ico
cream, and who Btnnds with open
purbo to meet deficits in tho finance
department; tho gentleman who
paid tho hill for parlr gnmos ( the
merchant who, in the early part of
the year, donated u lot of crockery ;
that large circle of pleasant friends
who, by musical and literary genius,
kindly helped ut entertainments,
making every one of them n grand
success ; the ladles who have beauti
fied the hall this evening with taste
ful floral and other decorations ; tho
press of tho city, and the Dailt
Bui.m-.tin in particular, for tho help
ful notices of the association's work,
aud the full and accurate reports of
meetings and lectures ; and, on his
own behalf, personally, to the mem
bers and friends of the association
for the warm hearted welcome ac
corded the General Secretary in
their homes and elsewhere.
An address was delivered by Mr.
J. 11. Atherton, retiring president,
In which wns an nbly presented
demonstration, from a commercial
as well as moral standpoint, of the
importance of n due observance of
the Sabbath or Best-day, with quo
tations frojn tho Hon. W. Gladstone,
Lord Mncauly, aud other eminent
persons of both Kurope and America
belli ing upon the subject.
A motion was adopted that the
dh colors make arrangements to
have the retiiing president's ad-dn-ib,
together with nil the reports
of the evening, published in ono
number of Ilia Frieml as the annual
Report of the Honolulu V. M. C. A.
A hymn was then Ming, tho new
piesident was conducted to tho
chair, and after a few prcfaratory
remarks, announced the standing
committees for the pioscnt year,
Devotional Work : F. J. Lowrey,
Henry Waterhousc, J. B. Atheiton,
T. S. Southwiok, S. K. Bishop, A.
F.,Mudd, J. M. Whitney.
Temperance: 1. C. Jones, J. A.
Dower, J. A. Cabsidy, N. Logan,
G. P. Castle.
Visitation: R. W. Podmorc, A.
F. Cooke, J. A. Dower, Capt. Lees,
K. C. Damon, J. A. Cassidy.
Invitation or Welcome: T. S.
Southwick, D. Shoppard, K. A.
Neth, R. W. Podmorc, Thco. F.
Dredge, W. O. Atwater, George
Ballantino, Win. 11. Iloogs, Horace
Lylc, O. C. Swain, E. O. White,
FicdO.it, T. S. Southwick, J. A.
Gonsalves, C. M. Cooke.
Kntcrtainincnt: W. A. Kinney,
P. C. Jones, AV. W. Hall, J. B.
Atherton, T. R. Walker, W. R.
Castle, E. A. Jones.
Employment: W. R. Castle, N.
F. Burgess, B. F. Dillingham, A.
Room: C. M. Hyde,
W. C. Mcrritt, T. G.
Finance : C M. Cooke,
Jones, J. B. Atherton.
Mr. P.C. Jones announced that at
the close of the business before the
meeting, the entertainment com
mittee would make (not read) a
supplementary report, and invited
the audience to wait for it. A
hymn was sung, and the audience
resumed their scats, when tho sup
plementary report referred to, was
presented in the form of a liberal
collation of ico cream and cake, and
was enthusiastically received and
adopted; after which the meeting
Dr. Rrodie and Frank Higgins,
members of the Hawaiian Rillc
Association, will have a 500-yard
target shooting contest at the
Casino range this afternoon at 3
o'clock, firing 10 rounds each.
Next week there will be another
match at 200 and oOO yards between
live picked matksmcu fiom II. 11.
M. S. Ilcioim; and live from the
Hawaiian Rillc Association. Tho
latter aro Frank Higgins, W. Unger,
Dr. Brodio, C. 11. Wilson and J. V.
Ilingley. Tho marksmen will have
ten bhoU apiece nt eacli range. The
shooting for prizes at Foit-street
gallery continues to attract Hono
lulu crack shots. Up to this noon
C. K. Miller stood the highest (22).
Amongst the best shots made were
E. M. Ileiring 21, A. Ilerrin 21,
E. F. Wilier 21, J. II. Fisher 21,
Fred Wnldron 21, Geo. Stratemever
20, A. llackmlll 20, King, 20, W.
Rogers 20, T. J. Spciico 20, and II.
M. Dow 18.
This r. m. J. II. Fisher made 21
and W. King L'.'l.
A LOT of nearly now Furniture, for
livo looms, cooking utciirlls, L'5
Canaries, a ilo.eu of tliuiu arc sitiguis,
with !) breeding Cauci. Applv to
MR KRArT, Juweler,
83 King Strcut. 07 lw
rnilE renori becnis lobe current
X tliu nrlccs of Lumber and Build
ing Material will be advanced on ac.
count of tho recent tire, and wo nro con.
tinually nsked if such is to bo iliu case.
Wo uesiru to imiuiciy siaio win weru
will bo NO OtlANGti In tho price of
any goods which wo huvu In stock, eon.
slsting of Lumber of all kinds mid sius,
Shingles, Corrugated Iron, Doors, Win.
tlows, lllinds, Nails and HiilltlerV Hard,
ware. Chlncsu Minting, etc , etc
07 1 w I-HWE118 & COOKE.
TUB '.'.story Hrlck Fireproof Build,
ing mi Fort htreul, opposite the
Custom House, known as the Cliayter
Uuiidmg, Yard 100x50 feet. Will lease
for n term of yi'Hrtt. it desired. Apply
to G. West, or .INO. A. l'AUIEK,
I 800 lw Gen'J Agent, No, 77 Fort 8t.
LEWIS & CO., Family Grocers,
Beg lo notify the public tint on MAY 1st thoy will move into the Store,
NO. Ill FORT STEEEt,
At present occupied
Great Sacrifice in Ladies' Underwear,
For Ono Weclc Only.
Millinery and Dressmaking
IN THE LATEST STYLES, AT THE
JLiiXKHGt-i" DBuxaax, SS Fort Street;,
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
C. E. WILLIAMS
will sell Furniluie anil Upholstered Goods at COST for CASH during the remain.
1100 tier of this month. 'j-
GHAS. HUSTAGE, GROCER
Ivors Family lliuf; kegs anil hnlf bbls. Pig I'ork ; Eittern Ulock Codfish; Smoked
Halibut ; Ox Tongues Lunch Tongues, bmokul llecf; llotieil Chicken; Dupeo
Hams ami llacon; uouuino Miplu Syrup; O.thi Stai Drips; Fresh Now Orleans
Molasses; .Tunis; .lulllus; Ilonuy, in glass ami tins; Xo. 1 Flour; Wheat; Mild
Cliecic; Ucrmca, and a
General Assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
All orders receive careful attention and prompt delivery.
1?. O. liox :i7M. Xelophouo 1 1 i.
B. F. Dili.inoiiam,
President and Manager.
Pacific Hardware. Company,
Iilinltril. HiH-rexNorH to Hllliiglinm A. Co, nnillMnmiieljXott.
- GOOD TVIGM1T "
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
JO! ITT, lo. 8 Kaanumann
Granite, iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
093 SHEET IRON WORK.
G. E. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Asn'-
My most faithful atten'lou will bo
guen for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tlie residents of tho
1391 several Islands of this group. 1)
s 1 TO
by O. E. Wlllliiuii.
307 2 vf ,
of Furniture !
: : : Between Fort and Alakca Streets.
Grooclw, .Tust Heceived,
Jab. O. Si'k.ncku,
Socretary anil Treasurer.
COTTAGE TO LET.
tVU.4, la Pdhum, near Mr. J. I.
frsvJsi Dowsttt's residence, that cle.
fiyiff:ftfi gaut Cnttagu hitherto occu
pied by the owner, John ltobello, with
line tlower and fruit garden, stables,
etc. Terms favorable. Water connect
ed with the grounds. Apply to
84 1m UVMAN UUOS., Queen St.
I 12.KKKT WINDMILL, inado by
1 ltyrou mid Jackson, with 10 feet
Tower. Four Doughs capable of hold
ing 1,000 gallons of w-atur, suitable for
cattle, with it-inch gnlvanlcd Iron
pump. Will tm sold cheap. Kerylhlng
now. Also, a gootl spring Ctrl, suitable
for a butcher. For further particulars,
apply lo T. W. HAWLIS.
1100 lm Bo.ip "Works, Leleo, Honolulu..
CA;UWJGi' ,-ii$&i .&"!
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