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MONDAY, APRIL 2C. 1880.
Stinr Khiuu fioin Wludwatd Ports
Stmr Dowsett from l'ala
Stmr Mokolll from Molokai
bclu- Cunuto frum Illlo
Schr Mary Foster from Kauai
Schr Mauuokawul from Koolan
S S Mararoa for the Colonics
Stmr I.lkellke for Knliuliil
Htnir Iwnhiul for Ksitiitt
Stmr Dowsett for l'ala
Stmr Mokolll for Molokai
Schr Wnloll for Otiomra
Stmr I.elnm for Windward Ports
Schr Mauuokawal for Kookui
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kluau for Windwuid Ports
Prom Wlndwiud Ports, per steamer
Klnan, Apill 2Stli Hon S fi Wilder,
llonSatn 1'aiker, wife and 3 child en,
Hon J A Kaul.au, wife and child, Major
Wl Lumahelhcl and w'fo, Miss Eva
Parker, MIS3 Helen Paiker, Miss Man
Low, MUs Hannah Low, MI-s Surah
Kaaua, Miss M C Atliuitnn, Mies Helen
Wilder, Miss K K Mii-m and niece, Miss
Mary E lPichcock, Dr L G Dayton, J G
Forsyth. Jno Veiluna. W .1 I'Ul anil
wife, L Seveiance, C Afonj:, ,1 Kahal, W
II Holmes, H (! HltclicocU, .las Uilyht,
W II Spooner, .Jas W Gay, W Joy, Geo
II Holme, Mrs L Asen, Klmo, J SS
Williams, Andrew Moote, Mis OPS
Kymieislov, K K Hinds A Young, Uapt
C Potter, Mrs M Kos., Tiios May, wife,
child iimi servant, Ah Lee, C 15 Makce,
"Young Young, W II Ciiinmitiss, II on
Tempskcy, M S Svlva, W Y llornor, II
A Heen, Miss M J 15ao':et. and 122 deck.
From Honolulu for the Colonies, per
SS Mararoa, Apill 23th W F O'Con
nor, Thomas E Wall. Steerage: T 11
Walker, T Hopke, J McNeill, G Ncu
man, Mr Poxman and wife, N Howard,
U Chlucsc, and 121) in tianalt.
Steamer Klnau brought 7,fi00 bags of
6Uar, 8 hoists, 1 eat li'go, U8 pkgs of
hides, 100 pkgs of smithies.
The bkteo Uncle John, Which arrived
Saturday i M, Co days fiom Newcastle,
N S W, has 440 tons of coal on the ship's
Steamer Dowsett brought 1,080 bags
tjchooner Canute bi ought ;i,i;00 bags
Schooner ManuokaWal brought 700
bags of rice.
LOCAL & CENERAI, NEWS.
A fiouTiinm.Y breezo piovailed yes
terday and the atinospheio was saltish.
FmsT concert of tho Campobello
concert company, Poyal lluwaiiun
Opera House, to-night.
Thk coal that camo by the bark
entino Undo John, Satuiday, has
been purchased by Irwin A. Co.
The foreign jury will require to bo
in attendance at tho Sirprcnio Court
on Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock.
A holk is worn through .a wooden
culvert crossing tho main load, on
the hill, a little beyond the What
Tin: substantial stono fonco being
constructed around tho land at
JCalihi, intended for tho Kaniehanieha
School, is extending its length.
Col. Curtis P. laukca, Collector
General of Customs, has our thanks
for a printed copy of his annual ic
port for the year ending Dec. Ill, 1885.
Skvi'.ual natives have squatted on
tho new government lands at tho
dumps, where they havo built a hut
of old matting and odd pieces of
Favokadm: repoits nro received
from quarnntino of tho two cases of
smallpox among tho Chiuebo brought
by tho B. S. llio do Janeiro, and there
iiro no new cases us yet.
M. Theo. Soverin, for Mr. J. Wil
liams, photographed tho sailors of II.
B. M. S. Sittellito this morning on
board ship, and to-morrow ho will
take a pictuio of the crew of tho
Thu month is nearing its end, and
with it tho timo for purchasing furni
tuio ;ind upholstoiod goods til cost
prices rom C. E. Williams. Those
who do not wish to bo too late, had
better hurry up.
Mn. John BowlerandMr. McDonald
each won a turkey at tho shooting
gallery on Satuiday. Tho prize
.shooting stands Fisher 24, W. King
23, and O. K. Miller 22, as tho three
highest for tho tlueo prizes.
An oil painting of tho conflagra
tion, showing King street cnvoloped
in (lames and tho beginning of tho des
truction of tho Bethol Chinch, was
on view at Thrum's Saturday night,
and when tho radiance of two burners
were thrown on it tho oiled was very
A ijhilwant scene was witnessed
nt tho Hawaiian Hotel, on Saturday
night. Tho verandahs weio thronged
with guests, visitors from tho steamer,
mid citizens. Tho Band played a lino
programme, and thu huildjjig was
gorgeously decked with a many-siyed
and variously colored array of Chinese
Captain McGregor, of tho schooner
Jliuuiokawiii, which arrived this
morning, roports heavy rains at
Koolau yesterday morning, with light
N.W. winds. The lico crop is look
ing good and cutting will begin in
-nbout (J weeks, Tho wells lately
bored at Laio arc (lowing, and tho
Mormons huvu fair indication of
Mil. T. K. Douglas, on retiring from
tho iecrotiiry-8ln'i of tho Hawaiian
Caniago Company, on Saturday, was
presented by Mr. W. W. Wright,
foreman of tho work?, on behalf of
the employees, with a handtomc
gold ring and a lino pair of gold
sleeve buttons. Tho piescntntion
was accompanied by a verbal address
complimentaiy to llm ictiiing secre
tary. . -
The Oceanic Steamship Company
will shoi tly resume regular fortnightly
tcrvico between llbnolulu and San
Piancisco, comiuoncing, if possible,
on tho 15th of next month. The
only contingency that may possibly
delay the commencement to tho fol
lowing innnth, is the repairs to
steamers not being completed by tho
date just named, The intermediate
steamer will como midway between
tho Australian Mail Steamers.
Thk first settlement of ela'ms
arising' from tho g-oat (ire of tin, 18th
hist., was made last week by the
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co., of
San Francisco, thiough it3 agents,
Messrs. llishop & Co., with Me-srs.
Chulan it Co. This company has
already established a reputation for
prompt settlements, and tho increaLO
of its capital to .fl.OOO.OCO eiTeeted
on tho 1st iust., should eut!tlo it to
tho confidence of nsuicis, while
placing it second to nono in tho Held.
Wi: had a visit, this morning,
from Mr. II. U. Paiker, professor of
English Literatuie in Tiinity Col
lege, Toionto, Canada, and corres
pondent of tho "Mail," one of tho
leading newspapers of the Dominion.
Mr. Paiker is also an accomplished
elocutionist and tccitcr, and may be
expected to appear before a Hono
lulu audience, after a few days, with
recitations from Shakespeare and
other selections. A lecital was given
by him before tho State University
in San Francisco, on tho 17th, wheo,
he is said by tho "Post" to have
"held his audience in perfect sym
pathy with tho charactcis and
his faithful interpretation and drama
tic spirit." .The gentleman is on his
way to Australia, China and India,
and his impressions of Honolulu itio,
so far, decidedly favorable.
S. M. CAitTnu & Co., havo received
some good charcoal from the Island
of Hawaii. 1)4 lm
Aktisth Materials, Plaques, Panels,
Stretcheis, Canvas, etc., etc, at King
Bros.' Art store. !108 Ct.
A reception will be given, to-ino
row evening, to a number of tho
ofllccrs and crow of II. B. M. S. S.'s
Satellite and Heroine, by tho mem
bets and friends of the Y. M. C. A.
Somewhat over a hundred may bo
expected from both ships. The pro
gramme will consist of short ad
dresses, music, scngs by the sailors,
The Koyal Hawaiian Band will
play at Kmma Square at 7:!30
o'clock this evening. Following is
Overture Golden Cioss Bruc'l
Galow Wally Hclnsdoif
Fautasla Scotch Songs Maaueu
Selection Lohengi hi by lequost
Ka Ipo Lauae.
Fantasia Irish Melodies Maaneu
Waltz See Saw Crowe
March Pill Aoao Berger
Tho relief committee is now dis
pensing about 400 meals per day, at
tho Immigration depot, to suffciers
by the Jate tiro. f this number,
some !170 arc to Chinese, and tho
remainder to natives. About 50
persons arc lodging at tho depot.
Mr. Austin is taking particular
pains to prevent imposili m, and no
icliof is given except to those giving
refeiences. Mr. F. W. Damon is
icndeiiug valuable assistance, his
knowledge of tiio Chinese character
and language making liim an ex
cellent medium of communication
between tho uulhoiilics am the
applicants. Tho fund would other
wis.o havo suffered consideiably
fioin being drawn upon by false pre
tences. THE MARAROA-ARRIVAL AND DEPAR
TURE. Tho arrival and departure of the
Mararoa, Saturday evening, wos an
occasion of more than usual interest.
Among tho arrivals wero tlo long
looked for Campobello troupe, to
gether with bcvcral persons of note,
from tho leading cities of the United
States nnd Canada. Tho steamer
had a largo list of passengers in
transit. During tho nino hours Bhe
lay at the dock, tho passengers made
tho best of their short visit, taking
in tho city, of which there is hnppiiy
enoimh left in good presentable con
dition to occupy tho attention of
travellcis for more than ono after
noon. Among those who spent tho
ovonjngon shore, was Dr. Kirkwood,
of Pictou, N. S., Canada. Tho doc
tor and several of tho lesjdents of
the city were mutually astonished
nnd. grntlfled with tho opportunity of
ronowhig homo acqunlutatico, on tho
coial strand, six thousand miles
away from tho "Land of tho May
Ilower." Mr. II. G. Parker, Pro
fessor of Knglish Literature, Tiinity
College, Toionto, mid coriespondcnt
of the Toronto Mail, stops off for
next steamer. Mr. Paiker will do,
tho city in tho meantime, and Ilono-'
lulu may expect a ilrst-class write
up in the "queen city" of tho Cana
dians. Conspicuous among the
departures from our shores was
Capt. W. F. O'Connor, foimeily of
the Queen's Own. A detachment
of that body which has been laiscd
by Capt. O'Connor's energetic in
structions to n very high point of
elllcicnoy, inarched down to the
wharf, drew up in lino in fiont of
tho captain, when Lieutenants
Kancakua nnd Kcola stepped for
waid and presented their former
commander and instructor witli a
splendid cane of cocoanut wood, with
gold mounting, inscribed, "Pre
sented to Capt. W. F. O'Connor, by
tho Queen's Own Volunteers, II. 1.,
April, 188G." Capt. O'Connor ac
knowledged the presentation in
suitable terms, and the company,
giving him three rousing cheers,
withdrew. A huge number of peo
ple wero at the dock to give their
alohas to departing friends. Mr.
Win. Noble, whoso live weeks' visit
mado a large addition to his list of
friends, received mony good wishes
for a pleasant voyage, a successful
Australian campaign and a safe re
turn. The gonial T. K. Wall, of Yose
mitc skating rink fame, received
many hearty handshakings from his
numerous friends. At about half
past twelve, the whistle of the
steamer gave tho llrst screech, warn
ing visitors that it was lime to cot
away home. The second and third
screeches followed in due course,
and tho Mararoa moved off from the
dock, carrying with her many pleas
ant memories of Hawaii, and leaving
behind equally pleasant recoiled ions
in the minds of citizens of many
hours of agreeable social intcrcouisc,
with those who had come and gone.
THE BASEBALL MATCH.
Notwithstanding the presence of a
foreign steamship, just arrived, in
port, a largo number of residents
assembled at the Makiki recreation
grounds on Saturday afternoon, to
see the match between tho Benedict
and the Hawaii baseball clubs.
Professor Berger had tho Koyal
Hawaiian Band stationed in front of
his house, adjoining the grounds,
presenting players and spectators
with a delightful programme. Tho
match was a closely contested one,
tho fortunes of tho day shifting
maikedly twice, dually leaving the
Hawaii three behind in the score,
which was Benedict 22, Hawaii 10.
Had some of the latter club not been,
unnecessary venturesome between
basc3, apaitfrom their Holding being
less skilful than that of their op
ponents, they would have come out
at least even. Mr. Gardner Wilder
was umpire of the game, and Mr. II.
S. Davidson scorer. There were a
good many disputes for tho umpire
to settle, hut his decisions were
generally accepted as fair. There
is some doubt, however, as to
whether he was right in giving
Parker, of tho Benedict, llrst base
in the fourth innings, when, as
alleged by tho Hawaii, Parker push
ed the basekceiier out of his way
and out of the way of catching the
ball. The Benedict team was Lish
man, C. Wilder, F. Winter, 0. T.
Wilder, Spencer, 11. Paiker, Winter,
John Dowsett and B. Judd; tho
Hawaii, Kaia, Bright, Desha, Kahai,
Auld, Moehonua, Morton, Kala and
Hoick. The Benedict secured llrst
Lisbman was caught out on third
strike; Parker, struck out on flist
. base : Winter effected a run, partly
on error; C. T. Wilder mado a first
base hit, stole 2nd and 3rd, home on
error ; Spencer mado a 1st base hit,
f and arrived home on his successor's
hit; Ch. Wilder scored iii the same
manner; Judd mndo his base, but
was loft Micro by Dowsett being
caught out. Score 4.
The Hawaii failed to score, Kaia
and Bright being put out at Is',
Inue, and Kahai caught out on a
loul, leaving Desha on 2nd base.
In tle second innings, Fr. Winter
went out at 1st base, Lishnuui mado
2nd and scoicd, Paiker and O, T,
Wilder were caught out on fouls,
leaving Winter on base. Score 1 ;
Auld, of the Hawaii, took 1st b.
on balls, and stored on hits of suc
cessors ; Moehonua made a run tho
same way ; Morion was dropped by
tlueo Mt Ikes; Kala made a run in
duo course: Hoick, 2nd base lilt
n)d finally home ; Kala reached 2nd
in two stages ; Bright was cauglit
out; Desha made a 1st b. hit, but
was left on 2nd by Kahai going
out. Score 4.
C. T. Wilder niude the only score
in the Benedict's !ird innings, Judd
making n llrst base, bt Sjipnce.,
Ch. Wilder and Dowsett being
swiftly extinguished. Score 1, total
Auld and Moehonua each mado
1st b. hits and home, for Hawaii ;
Mmtou made 2nd b., but recklessly
saciillccd himself nt ilrtl; Knlu aiul
Hoick scored in succession, followed
by Kaia, with ixSh, bit aud homo
on orrort Bright nnd Deahn caught
out closed a btilliant innings. Score
5, total 'J.
In the 4th innings Fr. Winter and
Parker scored ; Lishman, Winter
and Spencer wcie caught out, leav
ing C. T. Wilder on 2nd base. Scdre
2, total 8.
Kahai began for tho Hawaii by
being caught out; AuUfscorcd, also
Moehonua, who made a 2 b. hit,
and Morion ; Kala went out on
etiikes and Hoick on 3rd base.
Score 3, total 12.
Fifth, Ch. Wilder was put out
stealing a base; Judd, Dowsett, Fr.
Winter, Lishuiau and Parker, from
1 b. hits achieving runs; Winter and
C. T. Wilder caught out hi succes
sion. Score f, total 13.
Hawaii made 3 by Kaia, Bright
ami Desha; Auld was struck down
at 1st, Moehonua at 3rd, and Hoick
being caught out, Kahai, Morton
and Kala wero left on bases. Score
3, total IS.
Silencer nnd Ch. Wilder, the lat
ter making a 3 base hit, scored for
the Benedict in the sixth, Judd,
Dowsett and Lishninii being put out,
leaving Fr. Winter on base. Desha,
left held of the Hawaii, had thoniis
foiluuo to have his linger split with
the ball, nnd a stripling named
Hiilemaii'i, a very active little
fellow, took his place. Score 2,
Hawaii mado 3 this time by
Kaia, Hulciuano and Kahai, Desha's
little sub. "astonishing everybody
with a 2 baser. Blight, Auld and
Moiton were put out, leaving Moe
honua on base. Score 3, total 18.
Benedict made 3 in the seventh
by Lishman, Winter and C. T.
Wilder, the latter making a 2 l hit.
Spencer also made a 2 baser, but
was left on 3rd, with Ch. Wilder
on 2nd, by Judd and Dowsett going
out, Paiker having gone eailier.
Score 3, total 18.
Hawaii was again whitewashed,
Kala being caught out allcld, Hoick
I ut out at 2nd, Bright at llrst, leav
ing Kaia en base. This made the
Kighth, Fr. Winter mado the only
run for the Benedict, Lishnuui,
Winter and O. T. Wilder being
caught, out on hits. Scoro 1, total
Hawaii was a third lime white
washed, Halemano and Kahai being
put out stealing bases, and Moe
honua caught out, leaving Auld,
wild made a 3 b. hit, on base.
The last innings created intense
imcrest, as the chances wero all but
even. When Spencer, who led off
for the Benedict, was put out on 1st,
it looked blue for that club. How-
ever, Ch. Wilder, Judd'and Dowsett
scored in succession, with 2, 3 and 1
basers. Fr. Winter and Paiker were
put out on 1st, leaving Lishman on
3rd. Scoro 3, grand total 22.
Hawaii began very discouragingly
to its ft lends, Morton going out on
1st base and Kala on strikes. Hoick
made a 2 b. hit, coming homo on a
similar ono by Kaia, who stole 3rd,
but was left there by Bright's sudden
extinction. Score 1, grand total 19.
IJOY is wanted to deliver tho
Buli.v.tin nnd Advertiser, on
hortichuck, In Xuuaiiu Valle'. Apply
to (.110) A. M.MKLUS.
APPEOlALMeellngof ihu lionitl of
Trustees of tho Sailor's Homo
Society will he held at tho Home on
WEDNESDAY hum, thu 23th Insi., at
10 a.m. Uusiiicss of importance is to be
tianactcil, and a full attendance Is re
quested. Per order,
F. A. bCHAEFEH, Sec'y.
Honolulu, April 23, 188(1. !U1
rpAI WO CO., thu well-known Shoe.
X makers, founerly of !. Ntiuanu
stred, have moved their establishment
To No. 85 on the same Street,
whuru they will contlmiu to make shoes
to order as well as over, and will he
pleased to receive their patrons.
Just Landed !
K. bark James S. Stone, ,
The Genuine UVuiiltllii
For mIo In lots to suit and at
Lowest Market lintes,
Office ov thk IlAMiimto Hhuukn
PlHE lNhUllANCK CoWANV,
Honolulu, April 21, 1880.
npKNDKHS Bru asked for hy thu un.
X. den-lgned for tho reconstruction
of tlin Uulhllng lately occupied hy
Messrs. Win Wo Tal & Co.,
On tho cant bido of Nuunnu street, he
low King stieet, anil destroyed by tho
The Hiilfding h to lie constructed of
brick, Willi corrugated Iron ronr, and
Iron doors and dinners, exactly ae It
umw lmfoiii tlm lire In oven' imrlieular.
Tho inatuilal immilnim; of tho lato
hulhllng is placed at tho disposal of tho
contractor froo T charge.
Sealed Tenders will he received at tho
olllcu of tho undersigned up to 12 o'clock
noon on MONDAY next, thuS'llU lint.,
hut tho latter do not Itlml themselves to
accept any of said lendors.
' 'P. A. SOI1AEFKH & CO.,
Agents liiimhurg lircmeu Firo lnsurjj
unco Company, 800 i
whm w i iTini" mi irn , rr a itin""iir"jr i'i .1, 11 mwnwiii ini'imi
LEWIS & CO., Family Grocers,
Hcg lo notify the public Ih it on MAY 1st t hoy will move Into tho Store,
NO. Ill FORT STREET,
At present occupied
Great Sacrifice in Ladies' Underwear,
Xor One Week Only.
Millinery and Dressmaking
IN THE LA.TEST HTYI.KS, AT THE
Ladies' Bazaar, 88 Fort Street,
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
CMS. MSTACE, GROCER,
: : : Between Fort and Alakei Streots.
Goodn, JTiiKt IfcecoSvecl,
Kujm I-amlly leer; kegs and half hhK PIK Pork ; Eastern Wo. x Codfish; Smoked
Halllmt; Ox Tongues Lunch Tongues; Smoked Ucef; Bone I Chicken; Dupce
Hnnniind Hacon; Hcuuino Maplu Syrup; C.ila Stni Dxlps; Fresh New Orleans
Molasses; .Turns; .IcIIIim; Honey, in glass and tins; Xn. 1 Flour; Wheat; Mild
Clieesu; de.inta, and u
Geiicral kortait oi' Stnple and Fancy Groceries.
All onleis receive careful attention and prompt delivery.
P. O. JSox :tr?J. . Telephone 1 1 .
1). F. 1)11,1. 1MIII.1,
President mnl Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Limited. NitrccNHorH to IHIlInghum & Co, nnittHnmiU'ltXott.
GOOD INTGJOEIT "
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
Granite, iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
Notice to tho Public.
T K. WISKMAX, proprietor of tho
J Central Oigar Stand, on Merchant
Hticet, hugH to inform thu puhlio that ho
has secured tho fcervicc of Mr. F.
IIILDKlt, formerly at II. J, Ni'ltu'a
Itcstauraut, who will taku exclusive
chargu of my Cigar and Tolmico Stand,
and will endeavor to keep constantly on ,
hand a selection of
FINE CIGARS & TOBACCO !
which, ho tnuts, will he appi eclated hy
thu general community. Older trom
the oilier islands will no promptly at. '
tended to. Patronize Mr. F. Milder, who
is a thorough judge of a good smoker's !
article. epeuiluiiy, '
IlOOliu J. 12. WISKMAN.
C. K. MILLER, !
Gcnoral Qu.lnos & Purchasing Aocnl-
My most faithful attention will lo
given for tho
Purchase ot Merchandise.
In Honolulu for tliel residents of the
801 several Islands of this group, ly
by C. P. William.
Jas. O. Si'Kscku,
Socrutary and Treasurer.
TIN, C3PPEB AND
OUN KIM LUNG ,t CO. havo moved
O Into thu third house holow Smith's
iirldgc, on llerctania street, where they
will carry on their former
til further notice.
.Tust received, ill rent from Oporto,
in wroil and Lottie,
Fine 01 1 1'oi t In O ise.
,1'orto Muscatel in Cases,
Spooialities In Madeira Winos:
A full assortment of California Wlneal
always in Stock.
GONSALVES & CO.,
U00 3w Beaver lock
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