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SATURDAY, APRIL 24. 1880.
S S Mararoa from San FranoUco
Stmr Llkcllko from Knhului
Stmr Lchua from Wlndwaicl PoUs
Stmr Iwalani from Kausil
Bk Undo John from Newcastle, If S W
Torn Ko Au llou fiom Koloa
Sohr Wnllele fiom Jlallko
Sohr Waloll from Otiomcit
IJktne Hlla for San Francisco
Stmr -las Mukeo ut 8 A. M., for Waln-
nac, Haiuunaniii ana Knp.ia
Stmr U II
Bishop at 11! noon, for 11a-
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr Llkcllko for ICalmlnl
btmr Iwalani for Kitnal
Stmr Dowaett for Pala
Stmr Mokolll for Jlolokal
Schr Waloll for Onoiuca
From San FiancUeo, per Jlnraroa,
Apill 241) Xoonnn and wife, It G
Packard and wife, Mia Col A O llnues
and daughter, Slg Catnpobello, Slg L
J.enelonl, J M Mon.tirat, W S Abell,
A O Parker, Mls Com Wyckoff, Miss
May M Spring, Mrs .lornii mid daughter
mill 11 stcciago.
From Kauai, per Iwalani. ApilllM
Col Z S Spauhllug, dipt h Ahlburn, P
P Knuoii and wife. O SoboU, wife and
daughter, Miss .Juliet Smith, .IBatiio7,
C Luis and wife, Miss Ileulck, MIssL
Dixon, Dru ainrun, l uiiimiiiuui aim
For San FrancUco, per Ella, April
24 ChasP Peterson, wife and daughter,
Mrs lllngley and il children, P Shaug
nesscy and Mls h I'eteison.
Fiom Kahulul and by ports, per
Llkellke, April IM Clans Spreekles,
wife and servant, Miss Sprcckles, Judge
lloffinau, Hon M Men 111 mid wife, V II
Cornwell, Miss Moore, Mm C O Bull,
Sisters Benldlcta, Ludoile, Mr Bleleu
beig, Mr Martin, Mr Urgeihnrdt, Hon
A P Kapalhaolo, 4 Chinese and 47 deck.
Tho steamship Mararoa, Capt Edlo,
arrived this afternoon 7 days from Sau
The steamer Llkcllko brought 7,120
hags of sugar this morning.
Tho steamer Llkellke towed tho Sa
lonaoutof Kahulul yeJtetday and the
,T 0 Fold last Tuesday. Both cels
had full cargoes of sng.tr for San Fian
cleo, Tho F S Thompson nulled at
Kahulul Tuesday w Ith coal. Tho Ame
rican Girl arrived at Kahulul Wednes
day fiom Mahukona to load for San
Tho schooners Llhollho and Walehu
' were on the Mailuo Hallway fills morn
ing being cleaned.
The schooner LuKa brought 2,0."1
bags of sugar from Koholalele this
morning nnd disehaiged Into the baik
Natuna. The Luka will go onto tho
Marino Hallway this afternoon to be
Tho barkantlno Ella sailed this after
noon for San FraucUco w 1th 7,2.39 bags
of sugar and r.10 b.igsofiico. Value,
The baik Jas S Stone will sail for
Hongkong on Thursday or Fi iday next.
Tho steamer Lchua biought 2,100
Lags of sugar. Her time of sailing Is
not yet known.
The steamer Iwalani biought 1,712
bags of sugar, 12 giecn hides and 1
hoise. Sho sails on Monday uftci noon,
and will make two trips next w eck.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Band music at the Yosemito to
night. Tin: Mararoa leaves at 11 o'clock
Govr.UNMKNT hdiools lC-OpCll Oil
SPAur.Dixa's official Baseball Guide
is for salo at Oats'.
Siiootino for tuikcys at Fort-streot
gallery this evening.
The Cabinet relief committees has
fed 300 persons since the lire.
FnifiT servico of Easter will ho held
at St. Androw's Cathedral at 7 this
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at tho Royal Hawaiian Hotel
this evening at 7 :30.
Mr. J. W. llingloy was yesterday
crcdited by mistake with the marks
manship of his brother, Mr. E. lling-
An English sermon was preached
in tho Roman Catholic Cathedial by
tho Bishop (o a largo congregation
E. P. adams it Co. will hold un
auction salo of crockery saved from
tho lato firo noxt Monday morning,
at 10 o'clock.
Mr. Chas. McCaithy is oiganizing
ft basoball club, of which ho will bo
captain, suppoited by tho Branches,
W. Rogers, and othejs.
There is talk, but nothing do
finite, about a rowing match between
u crew fiom II. B. M. S. Heroine and
thohenior Myitlo ciow.
, .. .. .--
Major Wodchouso, II. B. M.'s
Commissioner and Consul General,
paid an olllciiil visit this morning on
board II. B. il. S. "Heroine".
Mr. E. N. Walker, formerly a cano
planter at Pnhiil.i, Hawaii, has died
jit Santa Cruz, California, from in
juries of a ciuriago accident.
The Gospel Temperance mooting,
under tho auspices of tho Y. il. 0.
A will bo held this ovening, in tho
Mission Room, Fowler's yard. Mr.
V. 0, Jones to lead, &
i . "'i.j.
Tub steamer Llkcllko from Knlun
lul this liiornlng, tlio Lehtm from
Wlndwnid Poits, anil tho Iwalani
from Kituai, bring news of good
weather on thoir respective routes.
A MEcnso of tho Trustees of tho
Sailors' Homo will bo held noxt Wed
nesday, 28(li instant, at 10 A. M. A
full attendance is desirable, as busi
ness of importance will bo transacted.
From May 1st tho Oceanic Steam
ship Company will occupy Folsom
street wharf, instead of Bealo street
wharf, at San Francisco, tho business
having grown beyond tho accommoda
tions of tho present berth.
Mr.ssns. E. P. Adams & Co. to-day
sold the premises on Pensacola street,
belonging to tho estate of tho l.ito
J. it. Daigle, fortfl.SOO toMr. Manuel
Andre. This is ..'iOO better for tho
widow than tho sale disallowed by
tho Supiemo Court. Tho same linn
sold tho seventh interest in the Boyd
estate at Wnianae to Major Antone
Rosa for $1,100.
Daily BtJLi,i:rr.s- bi-monthly sum
maiy eaily next week. All about tho
llio will ho n special feature of this
number. A much more complete
account of the gieat battle of tho
18th than was posiblo to obtain on tho
following day, has been prepared for
transmission abroad. Orders should
be in early to be suio of being tilled,
as only copies ordeicd in ndvaneo
will lie reset veil.
ilnsHKK. .1. it. Oat, Jr., & Co. liavo
n few more copies of Smith's I'lunot
aiy Almanac and Weather Guide. Tht
author w ill make calculations of plant
ing time, accoidiug to the theory, of
" Lunar Influence on Vegetntion," for
tho latitude of those islands, in next
year's issue, provided a sale of a hun
dred copies is at-surcd here. This
theory is explained in tho piescnt
The "Planters' Monthly" for April
is almost tilled with original matter,
comprising editorial and papers from
Mr. A. Maisdcu, on "Manufacture of
Rum;" Mr. Alexander Young, on
Mr. J. M. Lydgate, on "Manufacture
of Sugar;" Mr. A. Marques, conclu
sion of "Uan.uia Culture;" Messrs.
Theo. II. D.ivicH it Co., on "Tho Lawes
Sugar Cane Fertiliser," and anony
mous contributors on "A Manager's
Influence," and "Improvements in
Sugar Mills at tho Islands."
Last Thursday morning, between
the hours of 2 and 3 o'clock, the at
mospheio in ft out of a Chinese stoic
on Queen street, opposite the Govern
ment Building, was rent asunder by
tho piercing eluieks of "Haul in"
from a female Celestial. This woman
had a trunk or Chinese box contain
ing, sho says, $1,000, and at the time
above stated a Chinaman entered the
house, took this box out to tho next
yaid, and was bieaking it open when
discoveiod by tho woman. At tho
cry of "Haul in," Hopkins, watchman
at the Government Building, hasten
ed to where tho voico cunio from and
saw tho thief disappear in the daik
uess. On examining tho box it huge
hole was found in the lid, but nono
of tho contents weio missing.
ovster stow this evening at
the Commeirial Hotel.
Davis & Wilder Imvo received,
per Maraioa, goods on ico, ficsh
iiitits, etc. Call early. 1
S. il. Carter it Co., have received
somo good charcoal from the Island
of Hawuii. 01 lm
Artist s'Muteiials, Plaques, Panels,
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bios.' Art stoic. 308 Gt.
Saturday, April 21th.
Two distui hers of tho peace for
feited S 10 each.
loani had been making a disturb
ance at the Commercial Hotel lato
last night, and used abusive langu
age to oillcer Kaahown. Ho was
given hard labor for 48 hours, with
Geo. A. Dunn, drunkenness, 80 ;
Kcawo, ditto, ditto.
Kcknpa was given three months'
residence on the reef, for stealing a
bottle of wino from tho Commercial
John R. Silva and Kahiohio were
tried for stealing a boat belonging
to Knuakauui, on tho night of the
lire. In defonco they said they
had taken the boat to carry a marine
to ono of tho men-of-war, and were
taking it back, both being drunk,
when caught. They weio remanded
Four natives wcro arraigned for
deserting contract servico of tho
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Com
pany. It was proved that when
caught they were searching for their
effects lost at tho lire, they having
been burned out. Judge Bickerton
thought the case was one for sym
pathy and not prosecution, and
gave one of the men fuither time to
gather his household goods. The
others promised to icturn to work
this afternoon, nnd nil wcro dis
charged without costs.
The first tlowcrs of spring Those,
which your wifo selects for her
Easter bonnet. Fall River Advance.
It is said that Tennyson's clothes
do not lit him, That's what makes
his recent poetry feel so uncomfort
Fmnciico, April 17tt, per
b S. Mararoa.)
TREATY DOOMED IN THE
On Apiii 15th the House Commit
too on Ways and Means decided by
a voto of nine to ono to report favor
ably the resolution recommending
the abrogation of the Hawaiian
treaty. Messrs. Morrison, Mills,
Hewitt, McMilllii, Hanis, Brecken
ridge of Aikansas, Mnybury, Kelley
and lllscock voted in favor of the
resolution, and Repiesen tativeBicck
enridge of Kentucky cast a negative
Notwithstanding tho adverse voto
of tho House committee, other news
regaiding the treaty, tliiough private
sources, is decidedly faorable. The
Coinmittco of Ways and Means is not
tho final arbiter of the destiny of eith
er country ( A decided advance in tho
priccof sugar may he looked for.
Gladstone introduced his homo
rule bill into the Commons on the
8th, causing one of the greatest sen
sations of the ccntuiy in parliament.
Although the House of Commons
docs not meet until 4 o'clock in tho
afternoon, tho members commenced
crowding in at daylight in order to
sccuio seats. Outside un immense
crowd collected nnd cheered Glad
stone wildly when ho entered. He
asked leave to bring in n bill for the
government of Ireland nnd made u
great speech, lasting four houis, in
advocacy of it. G. O. Trevelyan
then spoke against it and l'arnell
followed with a speech thanking
Gladstone and endorsing the bill in
its main features.
Justin McCattlry docs not believe
the bill will pass.
The reception of the Homo Rule
proposals has been generally un
favorable in England. In the pro
vinces somo of the Liberal papers
support it, but in London they all
oppose it. The chances favor Glad
stone's defeat and tho downfall of
Karl Shaftesbury committed sui
cide, while under mental depression,
on Apiil 13. lie was riding in d
cab through Regent street, when be
shot himself several times with a re
volver. Ho was 54 years of age
and was tho eighth Earl of Shaftes
bury, succeeding October' 1st, 1885,
to the title, on the death of his
father, the world-renowned philan
thropist. Mars was the god of war, but ho
couldn't comparo in this respect
with mars-iii-law. Burlington Fico
npAI WO CO, the wcll.knovn Shot.
X makers, formerly of !35 Nuii.inu
street, have moved their establishment
To No. 85 on the same Street,
where they will continue to make shoes
to order lit well as ever, mid will be
pleated to iccelve their patrons.
Notice to tho Public.
JE. WISRMAN, proprietor of the
t Cuntnd Cig.ir Stiiml, on Merchant
Miet, bcus to inform the public that lie
has seem id thu t-erviecs of Mr. F.
HILDKH, fonnerly at II. J. N'lln's
Kcuuuiiiut, who will tnko exclusive
clturgu of my Cigar .mil Tobiiico Sliuul,
anil will endeavor to keep constantly on
ltunil a selection of
FINE CIGARS & TOBACCO
which, he tru'ls, will hu iipptcciiitcd by
the general community. Orders trom
llio other itlanils will bu promptly lit.
t untied to. Patronize Mr. F. Ililder, who
is a thorough juilgu of a good emoker's
THAT very tlc-lrablu Fiimllv Resl.
lence on I.uuulilo Street, owned
nnd occupied by Mr. O. Duval, which
comprises u if.story Building, with par.
lor, tllning room, bedroom, kitchen, pan.
try, and bathroom downstairs; and li
largo bedrooms upstairs, all being sun.
plied with lurKO closets. The houso Is
entiiely now, having been built only 7
monllH ago. The view is unsurpassed,
atlordlng the finest marine view. It is
alto oue of the healthiest, must conveni
ent and comfortable Resilience; in this
vicinity. Apply on premises.
HOI lm wctl&stit
. Just received, direct from Oporto,
in wood and bottle,
Fine Old Port In Cusej,
Porto Mufcatel in Cases,
Specialities in Madeira Wines:
A full nssortmont of California Wfnps
always in Hlook,
GONSALVES & CO,,
809 2vJ Beaver Block.
Tuesday Ev'g, April 27th,
Under the Gracious Patronage
IlU Majesty the King.
Signor Enrico Campobollo,
Baritone. Of Her Majesty's Theater,
Miss May Mitchell Spring,
The Young Callfornl.t Prima Donnn.
Misa Paulino 3 oran,
Misses Cliso and Luln Joran,
Grand Opening Night,
TUKSI) Y KVh.N IMi, April 27th,
With a brilliant inn! v.uieil programme,
ill Willi li
(.utile (.ompatiy will up-
Sl I'tinceits will bu given,
tii.. ?IO; single tleKiK 2.
. ii xe coneeiiii will I. gicu miller
111 in ii. ig uient of bigiini (.'.-impobcllu.
Full pnriiouliirs tun Oe liiul at the
oIIIlu of J. U. Iseiiiiui
2T Tlio box plan will he open nt
WUcmuu's olllce, on Men-. milt street, on
U eilne-'liiy morning, Apt il Utli, at 0
o'clock xli'irp. !)10
BY a gentleman, in oi near Honolulu,
witli liiurd, it iu.sllile, or partial
boiiul, mid ncetnuiiiuihiilim tor a horse.
Hox IBM, Post Ulllec. tllU tf
SUN KIM LUNG is CO. liue moved
Into the third houc below- Smith's
Bridge, on Buritiiuiu hticct, where they
willi.iny on ihelr termer business un.
til fuither notice. U09 lw
OFFICE FOlt KENT,
I WILL rent otiu-lulf of my olllce, at
No. 11 Fort su eel, furnished, with
lue of telephones, to a ilcirulilc party.
. .INO. A. PALMBU,
03 General Agent, Honolulu.
of tlio lato
ALL Creditors who have not present,
ed tlielr uccnunts are hereby noti
fied that if not presented within six
mouths from thh date, they will bu for.
ever barred. TI1KO. II. DA VIES,
Bill I'll Vice Consul.
Honolulu, April 21, 1680. IJIOl) lw
COTTAGE TO KENT,
No. 127 Bcretiiuia Street, at
present occupied by A. Khlcrs.
l03eslon irivcn May 1st.
Enquire on tlio premise', or of L. WAY,
Kliiiiu Street, in reir. 7!i tf
A LOT of nearly new Furniture, for
live rooms, cooking iitcm-ils, 25
Odunrics, a do.eii of them are singers,
with 11 breeding Cages. Apply to
MB. KKA.FT, Jeweler,
83 KingStrcct. M)7Jw
rrtllE 2.story Brick Fireproof Build.
JL ing on Fort street, opposite the
Custom House, known as the Cluster
lltiiiding, Yard 10050 feet. Will lease
torn term of yiars. if desired. Apply
to G. Wc-t, or .INO. A P LMElt,
:)H lw Oen'l Agent .in, 77 Fort St.
rpilE nporl scemi, u bo current that
X thu pi ices (it Lumber and lluild
Ing MateiiiiM will lie luMnnccil on ac
count oi the recent Hie, and we are con
tinually asked If such Is to hu the case.
We ilcdru to publicly state that there
will ho NO CHANG U in tlio price of
any goods which wu have In stuck, con
Dialing of Lumber of nil kinds and tl.es,
Shingles, Corrugitul Iron, Doors, in
dows, Blinds, Nulls nnd Builders' Hard,
wine. Chinese Mil till'.', etc, tie.
L071wJ MJWEHS & COOKK.
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
NOTICE Is hereby given that public
Telephone Stations havo been es
tablished In the districts of Ewa, Will
anno and Walalua, which mo available
to iiousiibMiilbcig attliefollowingiates:
KWA 10 cts. per Message
LUA 2. cts. per Menge
Ew a Station Is at the i evidence of
Hon. A. Kaiihl.
Walauau Station is at tho stole of M.
Walalua Station Is at tho leslileneo of
S. IC. Mahoe,
Who, for reasonable consideration, will
uuileitako tlio dulhery of messages in
their respoctlvo dUtilcts.
Facilities for telephonlm: from town
can bu fin nlshed at the Cunti.il Olllce,
on Meichant street.
1'lcHlileutlI. B.Tel. Co.
Honolulu, Maich .U, 1880. DO lm
XMMliloimlilo Clotilr unci
Comer of Alako.i Si King Sts.
Feathers Cleane.d and Dyed.
For Family Use,
Salmon Bellies, in 25 & 50-lb. Kits,
Salmon Tips, in 25-lb, Kits,
Codfish, in 25-lb. Kits,
, r-Al.SO, ON HANI),
Plantation Salmon, Bbls. ATiorcos,
Thu iihovo uio of Into arrivals, and
Runruuteeil in louiI o dur. Fur miIu by
303 lm CAB 1 LB & UUUKE.
LEWIS & CO., Family Grocers,
; to notify the public tint on M.VY lu thoy will movo into tua Store,
NO. Ill FOET STREET,
At present occupied
Great Sacrifice in Ladies' Underwear,
lox' Osio "Weelc Only.
in thi: IjAtkst stylus, at tiii:
MRS J. LYONS, Proprietor.
C. E. WILLIAMS
will cll Furniture nnd Upholstcrid Goods nt COST for CASH during the remain
W) dcrof this month. Jw
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
: : : : Between Fort and Alakoa Streets.
b-ool!S, .Just Received,
Kegs Family Beet; kegt and half hbls. Pig Pork; Eistern Hlock Codfish; Smoked
Halibut; 0 Tongues'; Lunch Tongues; Smoked Beef; Boneil Chicken; Dupee
lining ami ilacon; Uenuine Miplu oyrup; Cull Still Drijis; Fre.tliNew Orleans
Molluscs; .Tunis; Jellies; Honey, In glass and tins; No. 1 Flour; Wheat; Mild
Cheese; Gormen, and a ,
All orders receive tureful
1?. O. Box :JT.
B. F. DtLMNOIIAM,
President and Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
I.lmlt(Ml. HueeeMHorM to IUIIiik1iuui 4V Co, nnillSnmuel.Xott.
" GOOB 1STW3-HT "
auv rv m 11
Recommended fay the New York Board of Underwriters.
JOHN ITT, i. 8 Kaaliiailit.
in wi 11 11
Grranite, iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
C. K. MILLER
Gonoral Buslnoss & Purchasing Agont-
12 Icrclaiit St., H1I11.
My most faithful attention will hu
gieu for tho
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tlio residents of tho
89 1 several Islands of this group, ly
of Furniture !
J J ii ijii
attention nnd prompt delivery.
Jas. O. Srr.Nci'.u,
Secretary and Treasurer.
.,-is-'rTir"'v-r- r-f- j
by C. E. Williams.
TIM1, COPPER AND
ON reasonable terms, thu now U-story
lirlck liiiililine;, known as the
I.iticolu Block, sltuaiLil on Kin?; slrcot,
mar Hon. CI. It. HUliopV. It comprises
a IrontiiKO of U.' feul on Klug street,
running buck niuuka 'J00 feet more or
lis, with all the hulldings ami linprove-
ini'iiis uieri'iiii. aiiiiiv 10
::o9 tf 0
i 18 FEET WINDMILL, inado by
J Dyrou and .lackson, with 10 feet
Tower. Four troughs capahlo of hold,
lug 1,000 gallons of water, eultablu for
oatiiu, wiin .i-iucii gaivanleit Iron
1. Will ho sold cheap. Everything
new. Alo, a good spring Curt, suitable-
for a butcher,
For further purtictiinrs.
'O W II. Un tKia '
800 lm Soap Works, Lclco, Honolulu,
. 1, nini utnn,
itmiiL' 'ciM 1.- .'J- .
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