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TUESDAY, Al'HIL 27, 1880.
Stror "W G Hall from Hawaii and Maul
Stmr Klnnu for Windward Ports
SchrNetilu Men 111 for I.iiliuina
VES3FLS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Walchu for Fala
VESSELS IM PORT.
Ilk Cap, Clnlatlauseu
Ilk Apollo, Utoth
Bk Lady Lampoon, Jlarston
Bk .Ins S Stone, Bnrstow
Ilk Sonoma, Howes
II B M 8 Satellite, Allngton
II 11 MS Heroine, Blackburne
Bktno Uncle John, Maiiseu
Tor Maunaoln and Kaluiltil, Mini,
per steamer Llkcllkc, April Sfith Mrs
O K Wyckoff, MUs Clark, Captain Chas
Potter. Mrs K W Putnam, Sutii Decker,
G W Harris and about 100 deck.
Tor Kauai, per steamer Iwulhul, April
20th Colonel Z S Spalding, 1) Xoonan
and wife, W II HIce and ulfc, Captain
C Ahlborn, O ScholU and about SO deck.
The Kc An Hon rccch ed a
zenmast jesteiUay. i
will sail for
Kauai next 'nun way.
The baik Apollo Is docked at Blower's
wharf dlseliniglns her ballast.
The baik Xiitiitm will sail for San
Franclco about Filday nest.
The W 11 lMinoml falls for the Coast
In Honolulu, Apill 27, 1880, to
wife of A. H. Baseman, a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The rice harvest is approaching in
this district, and will soon begin.
Mns. and Miss Alice Hawcs, of San
Francisco, arc visiting the Islands.
Mn. Ed. llingley won several
turkeys at tho galleiy last evening.
This week will wind up the piic
shooting contest at Fort street
Go to tho Yosemitc rink some
evening nnd bee thu blue-jackets
skate if you want to laugh.
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The Chief Justice has confirmed
the sale of tho lato J. M. Daigle's
property on Pensacola street.
Lovehs and admirers of good
music, don't forget tho Campobello
concert at tho Opera Houso to-night.
A matinee will bo given by the
Signor Campobello company on
Saturday afternoon, to commence at
Mrs. T. S. Southwick, J. D. Treg
loan, Mrs. Crichton and two children,
will leave by the W. II. Dimond,
Saturday, for San Francisco.
Mb. J. Lyons will hold a special
auction salo of Mexican saddles and
other articles to-morrow ut 10 o'clock,
At his salesrooms, Queen stieet.
Miss C. K. Wyokofl', who arrived
from tho Coast on Saturday, has gone
o Maunaohi, Maui, to bo assistant
teacher in the East Maui Seminary.
Last evening's 'concert by tho
Royal Band was well attended, con
nidering other attractions, and thu
music was of tho usual entianeing
At 12 o'clock noon, to-morrow,
Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co. will bell,
nt their salesroom, Queen Btreet, tho
brick buildings adjoining Castlo &
Cooke's, on King sticot.
Mn. Frank P. Hastings, who has
been assisting in tho American Con
sulate, has been promoted to the
position of Vice and Deputy Consul
doneral of tho United States.
Mb. Frank Higgins expects from
Philadelphia shortly kout.i1 lifc-si
iiguro targets for tho gallery. One
represents a drummor-giil, and
another Muldooii with his shillolah.
Two natives who fell into the Wui
nica stream, Kauai, u few days ago,
wore washed out to t-en, but they
managed to swim to tho schooner
Mary E. Foster and thus.savo their
Tub Norwegiun bark Apollo has
been chartered by H. Hackfeld it
Co., to load for San Francisco. Her
ballast has been bought by Mr. Lish
man, and it is said to ho fine material
Tjie New York "Medical Record,"
April 3rd, in an aiticlo on cerebral
apoplexy, refers to Secretary Mann
ing, of tho United States Treasury, us
liaving had a recent attack of this
"A miserable girl ono with a now
lreB8 and no place to go. More miser
able ono with gomo place to go, but
no now dress, most miserable ono
with a now dicss, eomo place to go,
lint no fellow to take her.
of tho Y. M. O. A. and
reminded that tho enter-
inment to bo accorded tho incn - of
men Hub ci-nning begins at
st 7 o'clock, and punctuality
tod of nil whp attend.
.tapmmNBHHiiNiiUM in mm j. in iMWMWMHwraifM'iP'Vi'Wcq' mrow1 ww mamwmmtmmmmmxiv wiwpmwwwm "SJRJWW ' "BSF"f-"" "'"- " n-j. r.-vwi
wharf last Hatuiday, had u slight list
to Htaibo.ud innjbo on account of
tlio toiniirkalilt iiugiiptlsm of tho
Honolulu beauties that slood on tho
wharf mid gazed with loving eyes oil
.I M i
"Mato in threo moves." First, oall
forth your "King's Knight" nnd
"Check" your lovo for 10 thousand
on Bishop. Second, lay scigo to her
"Castlo" and collar tho "Queen."
Third, "Pawn" your coat to a
News came by last mail of the
death iceetitly, at Los Giito, Cal., of
Mrs. Thomas llayselden, Sr., mother
of Mr. Fred. II. lluypelden, lupresen
tutivo for Honolulu in the Legislatio
Assembly. Thu lamented lady was
in her 00th year, nnd had been mar-
ned 43 yearn.
Tiieiie will. bo a special meeting of
tho "Women's Church Aid Society"
held at thu residence of Mrs. Kobert
boil, on Wednesday at 2.110 t M., to
take into cousiderutioii means of
assistance tosomo of the siillcu'is by
the lato conflagration. Tho members
nio desireil to conio prepared for
Mksskb. Tlico. II. Duvies and
Thomas It. Walker h.io been ap
pointed, by Judge Preston, local
administrators of tho will of tho lato
Ilunry Beecroft Jackcon, of Whalley
Bangu, England, under a bond of
02,iOO, lcpresenting the value ot tho
property in this kingdom, which is
The picture of tho Bethel in
flames, it should havo been stated,
was painted by Mr. CJias. Funiculi.
By a blunder a picture of the llilo
lava flow, by the same artist, was
recently attributed to another. It is
probable Mr. Thrum may light up
his window one of theso evenings, to
give tho public an opportunity of
seeing Mr. Furneaux's work to advan
tage. A I'Aiity of five Chinamen, desti
tute by the fire, tho other day ap
plied at a farmhouse near Honolulu
for food. Having supplied the need
ful lefieshnicnt, tho proprietor offered
tho men employment. They coolly
rejected the offer of work, taying tho
Go eminent was going to support
them. This incident will probably
put the Government on its guard
against bestowing relief where it will
woik injuiy iiibte.id of good.
William J. Jackson, better known
as " old darkey Jackson," died yes
terday afternoon near Smith's bridge
of old" age. Jackson came to this
country when second mato of a
whaler in 1832, and was well off. He
kept u bowling-alley up town years
ago and later tiaiiwd horses. Ho is
spoken of as being as honest and
good-natured an old fellow as one
would ever meet. On tlio nignt ot
the llro he was sick abed and in
danger of being burnt out. Seveial
of his friends went to his placo near
midnight, and after moving out all
the furniture placed tho old darkey
with his bed afloat on tho stream out
of harm's way.
DoiUNO the months of July and
August tho Oceanic Steamship Co.
will make a reduction of $2." on the
cabin faro each way, between San
Francisco and this port, for the
benefit of tho mombeis of the
Grand Army of thu Republic and
their families. Encampniont No. 20
of the G. A. It. begins on tho 1st of
Aug. at San Fiancibco, and continues
for a week or 10 days. This encamp
ment is expected to bo the largest
ever held on tho Coast, and members
of the organization who reside here
will no doubt embrace tho oppoi Ut
ility of attending. Tho round trip
will bo $100, nnd tho-o le.iinghero
on July lfith may ictiirn Aug. 15th,
thereby having ono whole month of
S. M. Cautku it Co., havo received
some good chau'o.il from the Island
of Hawaii. Dl lm
AuxibTS' Matoiials, Plaques, Panels,
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Artstoic. M8 (5t.
lieports from tho Volcano are
somewhat contradictoiy ; but it is
safe to say that there has been but
little change in its condition since
the disappearance of the lava.
Opinions differ as to the immediato
nrosnects, oven among tlioso best
qualified to speak on the matter.
li. ICekoa, alleged representative
elect from Puna, 1ms been on trial
in tlio llilo Polico Court for gross
neglect of duty ns tax collector for
Puna. Tho neglect is charged with
lcfcrenco to the polling lists mado
out and posted in tho disttict, and
one of which was used on election
dttv. At tho time of the closing ot
tho mail by the Kinuu no decision
had been reached. Kekoa makes
use of evcty pietext to get the trial
An enterpiiso tlint ought to bo
pationized by tho publlo is that of
thu Aldcn Fruit and Tnro Company
of WailuHti, Maul. Their prepara
tions from the taro plant go to show
that the natural pioduct9 of tho
rmnntrv niovldo better articles of
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- diet mr niu pipfo u.m. .iu .i-
' ported iiom imromi, largu poi-
tion or provision Buppuun u iju
' kingdom baa Hitherto peen aopnaa-
Tilt! Mururoii. wlioii Hearing
floldg of Amorloai
but tho company whoso announce
ments have just been given to tho
public is commencing, it is to bo
hoped, a new oia in tho matter of
food supplies. Tho cultivation of
tho taro plant is capable of 'un
limited development, and a general
demand once created for it, there
will bo a very important source of
prolltahlu industry opened up,
especially to the native population.
That the taio, the natural food plant
of the Hawaiian Islands, has not
been more generally used, especially
by the foreign population, is due,
mostly, to the manner of its prepar
ation. The preparations of tho taro
flour aio certified by physicians to
be excellent diet for persons whoso
stomachs arc in a disordered or dys
peptic condition, but the fact is that
tho knowledge derived from observa
tion of the operations of preparing
taro in thu poi shops, is enough to
upset n very healthy stomach. Tills
objection to the use of tnio is ic
moved by thu Aldcn Co., and both
healthy nnd unhealthy folks can
henceforth eat poi with a blissful
ccitainty that in its nianufncturq by
machinery every offensive clement
in tho process is removed. The
sainplu cakes prepared by the com
pany from taio also nnoru ampiu
proof that it is lit to be classed with
the best wheat Hour for baking pur
poses, besides possessing the added
advantage that it is much more
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
The initial concert of the Campo
bello company was given last night
in tlio Hawaiian Opera House, and
was, in one sense, a success. In the
matter of attendance It was a com
parative failure, tho house being
scarcely half filled. This fact is
largely due to the counter-attractions
of tho Band conceit at Emma
Square nnd tho Oddfellows' anni
versary celebration. But in the
sense of satisfying expectations
taised by previous announcement
and exciting the interest and en
thusiasm of the audience assembled,
the first appearance may bo pro
nounced a complete success. It is
safe to predict that subsecuent con
certs of the series will receive fuller
patronago than the first. Lust
night's progi ammo consisted of ten
numbers, all of which were heartily
applauded, nnd most of which were
encored. In some cases the re-call
was kindly answered with more
music, and in others tho compliment
acknowledged by bows and smile.
The two little Misses Joran Pauline
and Clise dclichtcd the audience
with tho opening piece, n duo on two
pianos. Later on Miss Pauline
Jot an produced sounds from the
violin that brought up memories of
Rcinenyi. Miss Lulu Joran's per
formance at the piano was admira
ble. Her flngeiing of the instrument
is marked by easo, graco, and skill,
and the notes produced are full of
sweetness and soul. Miss May
Spring could scarcely have desired
a more ardent and demonstrative
greeting than she received. This
young lady's manner is somewhat
timid, but her voice is sweet and
pathetic, nnd sce.ned to meet right
into the heart of every listeacr. The
two gentle.iicn of t'io company fully
filled the bill of promise, and quickly
established a link of sympathy with
tlio audience, aignors Campobello
and Lencioni both havo licit, clear,
strong voices, under perfect com
mand, and an easy and pleasing
manner. Tlioso who went to the
Opera House last night certainly
enjoyed a rare tieat, and another is
in storo to-night for all who will
avail themselves of it.
I. 0. 0. F. ANNIVERSARY.'
Kxcelsior Lodge, No. 1, T. O.
O. 1", last evening celebrated the
(J7tli nnnivcrsuiy of the Older in
America, by a very pleasant and
well-managed entertainment in its
rooms on Fort street. There was n
huge company of Odd bellows, in
cluding visitois from Pioneer Lodge
and abroad, together with a ntttnci
ous representation of lady l datives
and friends, presenting an agree
able variation fiom the usual oddity
of tlio mystic chambers. After a
biicf spell of social intercourse,
Mr. W. E. Foster, Deputy Grand
Sire, tapped with tlio gavel for
quiet and gave out tho opening ode,
which was happily sung witli institt
incntnl accompaniment. Then Mr.
Foster read the proclamation of thu
anniversary by tho Grand Sire, and
proceeded to deliver an opening
address. Beginning with tho insti
tution of tho llrst Lodge and Grand
Lodgo, under charter from the Man
chester Unity, at Baltimore Bixty
scven years ago, ho traced tho
lanid crowth and development of
t)io society until now, when its
membership is &TjO,000, revenue
$(1,000,000, nnd relief oxpcndltm'Q
83,000,000 nnnually. Tho Order
had sptoud into Canada, Australia,
Swit.cilund, tho .Hawaiian Islands,
and other countries. It was opposed
because it was n secret society, but
all its laws and objects were open to
the public. Tho mission of Odd
fcllowship was to "Visit tho sick,
bury tup dead, educate the orphan,"
ont on tho wheat
Miss Hopper horo gave' ri piano
nolo, winning hcnity npplauso.
Hev. A. Mackintosh was then
called upon as the " ora or of tl o
evening," discharging thu function
in a eiy happy manner, interspers
ing a lucid exposition of tho prin
ciples of the Older with humorous
references to local brethren and tho
peculiarities of Oddfcllowship. He
mentioned the institution of the
"Degree of Rebecca" in 1851, to
show that the Order was not so odd
as its name implied, as under that
measure ladies were admitted to
active participation in the philan
thropic work of the society.
Miss Paike sang n song witli her
well-known musical ability, fol
lowed by the Misses von Holt in n
Mr. Alatiiu T. Atkinson read the
"Jackdaw of Ithclins," in a manner
well sustaining his fine histrionic
Mrs. Webster delighted tlio Saxon
ns well as the ("Saul with the Scotch
sonr, "O' a' the nirts tin wind can
Miss Klioads gac both a piano
solo and A song, in the latter evinc
ing musical capacity and talent that
would do credit to the Hawaiian
Then the hnll was floated for a
dance to music by 1'iof. Merger and
his skilled stiing instiumciitnlists,
in thu meantime the company being
regaled with cooling leficslimcnts
fiom the Elite ice cieiiui parlors,
sened by Mr. II. Hart and staff.
Among those piescnt at this
highly successful anniversary cele
bration wcie thu veteran Odd
Fellows, Hon. W. C. Parke and
Mr. Jas. G. Savage, and Professor
Pntker, of Toronto, Canada. All
present seemed to thoroughly enjoy
the event, and this 20th will be
marked in led on the calendar of
Honolulu Odd Fellowship. It
should be stated that the looms
.were decorated with larc taste in
flowers and foliage.
This Lodge deserves to rank 4iigh
as a patron and conservator of lite
rature, having an excellent library
containing from 1G00 to 1700
oiumcs, some of them old volumes
of Hawaiian .newspapers and other
woiks that it would bo haul or im
possible to buy.
Monday, April 2Gth.
John Silvn and Kahiohio were dis
charged for larceny of n boat.
Naholowa, assault and batten' on
Kaaihohali, forfeited bail S10.
Kamakahiki, disturbing quiet of
Emma Nielson, Joe, Milimili and
Kakahiki each forfeited SO bail for
Chas. J. Fishcl vs. II. Swinton,
Pacific Navigation Co. garnishee.
Assumpsit for $52.25. No appear
ance for defendant. Mr. Magoon
for plaintiff. Judgment for plain
tiff, including inlcicst, commission
and costs, 874.92.
Tuesday, April 27th.'
Hookano and Ed. Dunn, drunk
enness, forfeited (j bail each.
Emily It. Cocoli was tried for
dcseiting her husband, Antonc
Cocoli. The uvidence revealed con
jugal infelicity of melancholy degrco
between this couple, who me Ital
ians. Defendant w.is oidctcd to
return to her husband, but she re
fused to obu' the older of tho Com t,
whereupon she was sentenced to im
prisonment at hard labcr for onu
month. She had not liVcd with her
husband since she finished a teiin on
the i eef for adultery. Mr. Poepou
for prosecution. Mngoon for de
APAWNKU with about ftfi.flOO, to en.
pi;:(i la an important lnihltaa.
Aildre-n It V., tills olllce. 1112 lw
I IIEKEBY rcxpccifullv notify my
JL friends and thu public in gineral,
that I have removed my business to die
Hawaiian Cirriage Manufacturing Co,
where lean !u found to attend to my
customer' as usual. Soliciting a con.
tlnuatitu of their patronage, and thank
ing tho publlo for pat fjivori,
I am, most uincurelv ours,
Honolulu, April !M U8". Hl'J lin
.Iuti ieueictl, dlriut from Uorto,
in wood and bottle,
Fine Oil Tort Indue,
1'orto Muicatcl in Cases,
Specialities In Madolra Winos:
A full assortment of California Wines
always in Stock.
GONSALVES & CO.,
000 2w Beaver Block,
M" 'w' ''
Poi, Mush, Hot Cakes, Muffins, cto.
The Flour we are at present supplying Is far superior to any previously
and can bo mndo Into
AN UNLIMITED NUMBER
at los expense than any otlioe farlnaecom prcpuatlons.
Highly recommended by phyelclans us an Invaluable diet for persons suffer
from Ulsordertd stomach or bowels, a well m a nutritious food for the healthy.
For Sule ly
DIRECTION'S FOB MAKIXO POI. Take tho desired iimountnf ll.mruntl
mix ery ihln wllli cold watr, being uro thcro arc no limnn. C'oullnu lhl lu n
bag or cloth and plaiu In a kettle of boiling water, and let It continue to boll 1
to 2 hour, according lo qu unity used, cute being taken to plate n plied of per
foratid tin at the bottom of tho'l.ettlu o as to prevent the cloth from burning.
When done (while warm) tlr with a stoat poon. adding u Utile water until tho
wholn Is well mhel. Let t ils htand from live to k! hours '1 hen add water In
small quantities, mhlng thoroughly and kneading until the desired congbtency is
obtained. Owing lo Its purity it takes from ilutc to four ilnyn to become acid, or
hour. :J1 1 Ifiii
LEWIS & CO., Family Grocers,
Itej; to notify the public tint on MA.Y 1st they will moo into the Store,
NO. Ill FOKT STREET,
At present occupied
Great Sacrifice in Ladies' Underwear,
3J"oi' Ono Week Only.
: IN TIIK LATEST STYLES, AT THE
I-.iiefs, ."Bn-ssn-ar., SS Xort Street,
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King Stroel, : : . : : Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
TVexv CS-ooclm, -Tust Received,
Ko:: Family Hi-cf ; kegs and half bhls. Ve Pork; Bittern niook CvltUU; Smoked
Halibut; Ox TonimiM; Lunch Tongues; Smoked Hcef; Honed Cncken; Uupce
Ilium and liiiLon; i.euuino iplu Syrup; C.da Stai Drip-t; Freli Now Orleans
Molasses; Jams; .lellles; Honey, in glass and tins; No. 1 Flour; Wheal; Mild
Cheese; Ucrinca, und a
General Assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
All orders receive careful attention and prompt delivery.
3?. O. ISax ZiTlZ. Xolcpltono HO.
B. F. DlMlMIIIAM,
President and Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
I.IiiiMimI. SiicrcHHofH to lHUliiKliuni A Co, nnd Hninucl Xnll.
.. GOOD TSXGJBLrr "
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
JOHN MIT, 10. 8 Miiiai
rA mm&$ Wife n
Granite, lion and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
ON Smith's Urldgc, on Sunday last, a
Hunch of Kejs. Owner can havo
the suuie by giving proper description
and paying con ot this advertisement.
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Apply at this Olllce,
OF PALATABLE DISHES
by C. U. Williams.
.107 2 vr
Jah. (1. Kncxcttu,
Becretaiy and Treasurer.
TIN, COPPER AND
QUN KIM l.UXQ & CO. havo
O lnlo llic tUItd liouso below Smith's
llrldge, on llerelnuia btreet, whero they
will carry on their former Uunlnesi'un,?
Ill fuilhcr notice. C0U'l( V A