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WEDNESDAY. APRIL 28. 188G.
Schr William Kenton fiom Newcastle
Bklnc Morning Star from the South Sen
, Islands .
Stmr.TnMnkeft fi6m Knunl
Schr Walmalu from Hawaii
Schr Walehu for Pal.1
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bktue W II Dlmond for Snti Francisco
Stmr Jan ilnkce for Wnlanuo and Kauai
nt a v si
Schr Ke Au llou for Hnvvall
VESSELS" IN 0RT.
Uk Apollo, Groth
Bk .Tas S Stone, llarstovv
Ilk Sonoma, Ilowca
HUMS Satellite, Alington
HUMS Hciolnc, UhicKburuo
Hktno Uncle John, Mtmsen
From Konn, Knu mid Maalaca. per
steamer XV O Hull, Apill 27th Hon J
11 Nannie and wife, Hon D II Xiililnii,
Hon II Kuihelanl and wife, Hon O L
lllchnrdson, wlfo and child, Miss Mary
Ulll, Hon 0 II Dickey, O K Akunn, J D
Paris, Ed Smith, Mim I'M Legion nnd
child, L Honplll, MK Potter, I, A
Thurston, Mrs S A Thmston, L Turlou
and 81 deck.
For Illlo, Lahalna, Mahukoun, etc,
per steamer Kluau, April 27th Hon II
A Wldcmnnn, Major W II CornwelUtev
W II Barncb, C B Makee, w Ife ninl 3
servonts, 5Irs& Misses Dow sett &servts,
J K Hookauo and wife, Charles K Still
man, Miss KM Dickson, L Severance,
Miss II West, Mis 0 B WH1, W Y
Homer, Sr, E O Hitchcock, ,T listening,
A Moore, Tom Payne, G F Holmes, K Jt
Hinds, Klmo Pake, Mis lllchnrdson and
chlM, F II Cooper, V Gny, E Lycan, II
von Tempsky, G W Alona and about 1-10
From Kami, per steamer .Tas Makee,
April 28th Hon G B Palohau and
family, P Butler, A Granberg.
The- stcimcr Jas Mai;ec brought 2,853
bags of sugar, and f hoi pes.
The steamer W G Hall bi ought 7,201
bags of sugar, 113 bags of aw a, 113 bags
of coffee, 108 bides, 2 hoises and 9 pkgs
of goat si 'ns.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
IIeciular cash dale, L. J. Levey, 10
Officeu Good fell a.id broke his arm,
in tho rink yesterday.
At Fort-street church this evening
tho subject will bo "God's deliver
The barkc.itine W. II. Dimond
sails nt noon to-morrow for San Francisco.
Wiseman's Agency oilers employ
ment to different Kinds of workers in
.. -. .
Hew' Geo. Wallace will conduct tho
usual servico in St. Andrew's Cathe
dral this c cuing.
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Captain Bates, of the steamer W.
O. Hall, speaks of appearing in uni
form at an early date.
Pive horsey crmo by tho steamer
t i Qfae. fMakeo this morning1 fiom Kauai
for Col. Z. S. Sp?ulding.
Mr. Wm. II. (Cornwcll has been
appointed equcriy in waiting to His
Majesty, with tho rank of major.
The- Choial and Quintette Club
ytil not moot to-morrow evoning, on
account of tho Campobello concert.
Aluolani Halo is being prepared
for tho biennial session of the Legis
lative Assembly, to open on Friday
s t i i ..
Mr. E. Lycan lias cone to Ililo,
Hawaii, with his ramie machine, and
will put 100 acres under tho plant in
Rememdeu sale of fiunituro, adver
tised elsewhere, by E. P. Adams &
Co., nt comer Alakea and King
Cai'TAIN Duncan, of tho bchoonor
Ko Au Hou, says he did not bee the
capsized sloop Sarah, as jcported in
this morniiig'B "Adv erti&cr."
'The Honolulu It'lleft will have their
-weekly drill thte evening anil receive
ordors concerning tho pAiiulo on the
day of llio Legislature opening.-
Tun vvifo of tho Italian, Antonio
Cocoli, bent to prison yesterday for
deserting hor husband, is not of his
.nationality, but a Portuguese.
Mr. J. Lyons' special salo of boots
ami shoc3, Moxican saddles, harness
etc., to-day, wan well attended and
the piices obtained were veiy good.
Tin: American schoonci.' Wm. Hen
ton, from Newcastle, N. S. W eamo
ioto harbor this morning, witi all
sails set to a btill S. S. E. breeze.
Iff is sugKCsted that tho iiroprcssi-
" u W W'Wiould cHnlfonge tho woild
forahurdlo race, with a basket of
wreaths ut, tho ntiuting point and
pretty iQueja wngois iutho finish.
A tuottino hoi so imported by Mr.
i AeuftV ,W(ib' sold tnriUy nt Messrs. E.
. u llUitdiiiiB it Co.'aroomrior.JflCOto
Mr. Cecil Brown, tho general impres
sion boing that it was a good bargain.
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The Ladle' Ba.aar is just too lato
for tho'pWs with an announcement
of aflnoassoitmontof mlilinery, but
the Indies may go nnd inspect tho
jtook for thenuelvee jn tjie meantime,
Bv order of Messis. Thco. II.
Davies ife Co., tho brick building
adjoining Mos3ia. Castlo &. Cooku's,
King street, partially destroyed in
the lato ihc, was sold by Messrs. K.
P. AilaniH t Co., to-day, and bought
liv Mr. K. I). Thomas, builder, for
Ma jok W. H. Cornvvcll yesterday
entertained on board tho Kinau,
prior to hio depnrturo by that vessel
fo' Hawaii, King Kalakatia, Gov.
Dominis, Cols. Hpieekols and Macfai
lane, Miijom Parker and Luninlieiliei,
Hon. Junius Kuac, and Messrs. V.
G. Irvv'n and II. T -r o l.
Tiik Bethel Union service, to be
held at tho Lyceum this oening, will
lincludo u piCpar.itory lecturo lo in
tending communicants by thu pastor.
At 7 o'clock tho standing committee
will meet any who may desiio to
unito with thu church, by letter or
tin 'profession of faith.
A cuickkt match has been arranged
between eleven of tho mechanics of
thu Honolulu lion Works and eleven
of II. B. M. S. Satellite. Tho
mechanics nre, Win, C. KuWc, John
Wright, Hugh McMillan, Win. Allen,
Thomub l'cfcowarnc, San Hu'risoi,
John Wright, Stephen Smith, T.
Lieelinmn, Hurry Wicks, and Josoh
McKechnie, Captain. Tho match will
be played utMnkiki lmsoball grounds,
to-morrow, at ono o'clock. Mr.
Lycett will net umpire.
S. M. Carter it Co., have received
Homo good charcoal fiom the Uand
of Hawaii. 91 lm
Pic 'J':e F-.vuci it Co .licoa mndo
to o dir, old F r .ies le j.i cd, eilt
cd, etc. K'.ig B.os.' A", sio.e.
Ho.v. S. G. Wilder, Agent for the
Mutual Life Insurance Company of
New York, tho target and best Life
Insurance Company in tho world, re
ceived per Marn-oa, Saturday, 21th
inst., the following communication,
which speaks for itself:
San Francisco, Cal., )
April 13, 1880.
Hon. S. G. Wilder, Honolulu, 11. 1.,
Dear Sir : I enclose for delivery,
Company's C. K. A. V. 11,808 first
National Brnk, N. Y., to order of
Chun Afong for $10,182.20, amount
of matured value of policy 120,810
Afong. Pleaso acknowledge receipt
of C. K. Yours truly,
G. A. Forres, G. A.
Received the above C. K. 11,808 for
Ten Thousand and Ono Hundred
and Eighty Two 20-100 dollars in full
for matured value of policy 120,840.
Honolulu, April 20, 1886. 311
A DISCOURTEOUS SKIPPER.
The Bulletin would bo pleased to
acknowledge the courtesy of Cnpt.
Bray of the " Morning Star," in fur
nishing a report of the tiip of that
vessel, which our rcpoiter, on calling
upon him, was curtly refused. This
may be the captain's return compli
ment for unstinted courtesies render
ed him by the Bulletin on every pre
vious occasion when he was in port.
A TAX COLLECTOR FINED.
The W. G. Hall's mail brings tho
news that Kckoa was found guilty
of gioss negleit of duty, as tax col
lector for Puna, and fined 850, in
the Police Court at Ililo, last Thurs
day, 22nd inst. He appealed to a
juty, "where," a coi respondent
says, " tho case will probably go as
much accouling to the political
sympathies of jurois as according to
law and evidence."
ARRIVAL OF THE MORNING STAR.
Tho missionary barkentino Morn
ing Star, Uiay master, at lived this
moi ning, 15 days from Ituk. Miss
Palmer and Miss Cathcait, return
missionaries, came by the vessel, as
also an old tiader from l'onape.
The Morning Stnr got onto the icef
at Ponnpc, where she was held fast
for three days. The extent of the
damages has not yet been ascer
tained, but will be on the Mnrlno
Railway, v hero the vessel is going
to have n new piopeller put in. The
steam launch given to the ship by
His Majesty was very useful in
ACCIDENT AT KEALIA.
Last Friday evening, just after
the night shift had begun work in
tho boiling-housp of the Makee
Sugar Co. nt Kcalia, a Japanese
who was employed on a cleaning
pan lost his balance while skimming
the juice, nnd fell into the tank of
boiling liquor. All the lower part
of his body was severely scalded,
and although he received medical
assistance immediately the shock
proved too much for him and ho
died tho next moiuing about 10
o'clock. As the side of the tank is
over three feet above the floor whcio
ho was standing the accident seems
almost unaccountable, but it is pro
bable that while leaning over tho
edge of the pan his feet slipped and
he thus lost his balance.
The abovo report comes by mail
v.j.hput a signatuie, but the hand
writing seems to be that of a respon
sible gentleman of the locality.
Messis. W. G. Irwin $ Cp., agents
of the Kealia plantation, have hud
I no word of tho skockiug accident.
Afewnovvs items have been re
ceived by the steamer Hall. Tho
Volcano is iu the same torpid stnte
ns ut last accounts. The weather Is
excellent. Paliala mill Is making
about '2d tons of sugar per day, and
madu (!3fl tons during the month of
March. Niinlcliu mill started gi hid
ing last Thursday and Is making
nbout 17 tons of sugar n day. Honu
apo mill has suspended gi hiding for
the season. There is uu nbundanco
of lain in the mountains, but very
little at Nnalcliu. ' The flumes on
that plantation have only 2 Inches
of water and If it vvcic not for a
contrivanco rigged up by the engi
neer to condense the steam fiom the
vacuum pan the grinding of the mill
would be considerably less.
THE SAILORS' HOME.
A spcjinl meeting of the Board of
Trustees of tbo Sailors' Homo So
ciety was held nt Clio Homo to-day
at 10 a. m., tbiuccn trustees being
present, and Hoa. Chas. R. Bishop
in the chair.
The Treasurer made a verbal
statement of the financial status of
the Society, showing the amount of
$107.72 in his bands.
The President slated the object
of this meeting lo bo tho considera
tion of the cxpicssed public opinion
that the present building bo re
moved, on account of the risk of fire
caused by so high a building con
structed of inflammable material
and cent-ally sUuafed.
The Trus ecj i cognized the ne
cessity of such action ns called for
by tho fact Unit Government and
privato p-opeity would be unduly
exposed to danger ns long as the
picsent Sdlois' Home building ic
mained iu its place. At the same
time the Trustees expressed the
hopo that airangcmcnts might be
made in concur, encc with the Gov
ernment by which a Sai'ors' Home
would continue to exist in n modi
flail form nod adapted to tlio changed
con Il.ion "f tilings in gene a.
A committee was therefore ap
pointed with instriiLtio.is lo consult
with His Excellency tho Minister of
Interior nnd asecitn'n what the Gov
ernmc.it would be disposed to do in
behalf vt the Sai'ors' Homo Society,
provided the letter should give up
its chn"ter and , ansfer 'Is popcily
to the Government; such committee
to lepjrt nt an early meeting of the
Society, when further action will be
taken. Tho following gentlemen
form tho comnrliec: Hon. 'C. It.
Bishop, Chairman ; Hon. S. M.
Damon, Hon. A. S. Clcghorn, Rev.
E. J. Ogge), Mr. F. A. Sclinefer.
THE OPERATIC SEASON.
Tho secojd of tho concerts by
Siguoi' Campobello nnd company
was given Irst evening to less than a
half house. Those who should have
made up the other holf missed one
of the finest musical cnteuiinments
given heio in yeras. The players
vvcic iu pei feet command of their
instruments,' and the singers weie in
fine voice. Evciy number except
the initial one in the tiist pait was
deservedly cncoiedj but it was
haidly tho fn'r ih'ng for a half-sized
audience to insist upon i espouses in
every case, thus piocuri.rj double
fulfilment of the coiuvuct. The
Misses Joisin lh.ee, the youngest,
Eliso, atncio child evinced musical
talent and lirining of a veiy high
degree. The pinn playing of all
three, iu diifeic.it rssignments, was
chai acidised by lemnrknblc delicacy
of touch, intelligence and nccuracy.
Pauline evoked lesults from the
violin thi't showed her to be far
above a me;o lote-playcr. Elise,
with oichestinl nccompaniments by
her sisteis, held the audience spell
bound in a lengthy piano solo, her
deft and lucid execution filling the
hall with sweet Imunonica.
Signor Campobello, it is Bufllcicnt,
to say, Iips conqueied nny mistrust'
of his musical standing that may
lmvo piecedcd his ni rival, nnd sur
passed the expectations of those who
were nssired of his piofossional
ability befotehnndby tho fow of our
people who had knowledge of him,
Signor Lencionl lias so far delighted
our opeia-gocis at his evciy appear
ance. His classical comicalities,'
even in an unknown tongue to tho
gicat majority, aie accompanied
with such superb acting and expres
sion as to put his auditors in very
Miss May Spring charms her
auditors with remarkably puro yet
strong notes, a stage appeal anee
elegant tout very modest, and an
cntiio absence of professional fussi
ncss. A bird of song, slip does not
don plumage to win admiration.
Enough jo say, however, that tho
audlenco, comprising somo of the
best 'musical talent of Honolulu,
evinced unalloyed delight with her
Tho second part consisted of grand
operatic selections from "II Don
Pasqualo," by Miss May Spring,
'Norma;'' Signor Campobello,
" Malatesta," and Signor Lencionl,
"Don Pasqualo" all iu costume.
Miss Lulu Joran effectively played
nccompaniments. Tills review being
ontiioly from.a popular and not a
professional standpoint, it is only
necessary to say that tho individual
nnd collective rendition of tho piece,
both vocally and dramatically, held
the nudtenco in rapt attention
throughout, while no opportunity for
a storm of applause was left unim
piovcd. Floial favors were sent up to all
the different peifoimers, in the
course of the evening, by admirers,
tlitough the hands of Mr. Wiseman,
agent of the Opera House.
RECEPTION AT THE Y. M. C. A.
HONOLUUMJITI.ENS AND HRITISII SAIL
ORS lstlrtain each miiEit. '
The leccptlon accoided the sail
ora of II. Ii. M. steamships Satel
lite and Heroine Tuesday evening
by the members and friends of the
Y. M. C. A. was a grand success.
The greatest enthusiasm prevailed
fiom the opening to the close. At
half-past 7 o'clock, tho ordinary
seating accommodation of the hall
was taken up, and for neatly half-an-hour
after, tho crowd kept press
ing up the strirway, while General
Secretary Fuller, vv ith his active A id-dc-decamp,
Goiisnlves, and soveral
others were actively engaged cany
ing iu extra chalts. After ncaily
every square foot of clinir spaco
hnd been taken up and occupied,
theie still remained n large crowd
renting on f.(,t. Captain Alington,
ot the Satellite, and Captain Black
burnc, of thu Ilcioine, with a number
of theii olllccrs were pieieiit. About
120 of the -rows of b th ships had
been invited, and occupied the
center and fiont rows. The pro
gramme was intioduccd by Mr.
The . II. Davies in a characteristic
ally liumuiuua st ceeh, after which
a duct wa given by tho Misses Von
IIoL, a viol'n solo by Mr. Yarndlcy,
songs by Miss Rhodes, Mr. Hclds
wo i',i, M Markey, Miss Hathaway,
M' Davies, and (with violin obli
gate) by Miss Bernicc Paike, Mrs.
llnnford and Mr. Yanulley. Piano
accompaniments were given by Mrs.
Wn'ker, Mis. Handford, Miss
Ilecsio Dickson, Mr. Byron Jo'ies
nnd Misses Von Holt. An nblo
thrce-minuto address, the keynote
of which was "honewaul bound,"
was deliveied by General Secretaiy
Fuller. Tho lirst numlcrwas en
tliusiuslically encored, but tho man
ager, Mr. Davies, informed the
audience that owing to the
length of tho programme, it would
be impossible m lespond to recalls.
Eveiy subsequent number was
greeted with loud protected cheeis
nnd applause. Part second of the
piogiammc consisted of songs and
recitations by the men of the Ilc
ioine and Satellite, alternately. Of
the Heroine, Color Sergeant Jones
recited "On the l'ra'u," an incident
of tho Zulu War ; J. J. Jones, Com
mander of the mrintop, sung "For
the Land of the fire," and "Evn iu
Heaven;" Benj. Delves sang "Hur
rah for the Navy" and "Volatile"
Elliott, boatswain's mate, recited
"The Quaker," "Sunday at sea"
and sang "The Irishman's Choice
of hanging." Of the tutollile, Chas.
Bosworthick, guilder's male, sang
"Tho Tai's fnicwell," and "the
naughty little girls." T. Do'ierty,
loyal marine, recited "Mirino Deco
ration." Grry, eii3ine r otn nitillccr,
snug with piano accompaniment by
Miss Wi'lker, "Come cheer up my
tads" and "Tho Four J..llySmiilis."
A quaiielt, "Silver moonlight winds
are blowing" followed, and wns well
lendeied. Tho sailors perfotmed
their paits in splendid style, somo
of them receiving two encuies. The
songs were choi used by their ship
mates, to tho immense delight es
pecially qf the juveniles in the nudi
once, so that the siectntois foigot
nt lime? but that they were on boaid
nu eight thousand ton ironclad.
Evciy pait was giected with the
nii'st enthusiastic cheers nnd ap
plause throughout, Elliott bringing
tho enthusiasm of the audience to a
climax. Captains Blackburne and
Alington thanked tho ladles alul
gentlemen present for their very
cordial leccptiou and entertainment,
Captain Alington having led in
three musing cheers fr their Hono
lulu friends, which were given with
a vim becoming the occasion, called
for "God Save the Queen," sung by
tho sailois, closed the perform
ance by pi enouncing an emphatic
aloha. Ico cream and cake weie
then served, and the assembly dis
FRANK II. AUSTIN,
SPECIAL Agent of tho Cabinet Relief
Committee, lias opened un olllcc
In FOWLER'S YARD, and will be
ready from 9am to 4 i-.m. to render
assistance to those iniulci destltulo by
the lute fire. .MI persons wishing em.
ploycei nra requested to leive their
orders nt my oflleo,
FltANK II. AUSTIN,
Spcdul Agent Cabinet Hellef Com.
mllteo, 312 tw
For Yokohama and Ilong
kongf The Occidental & Oriontal Steamship
Co.'s Splendid Iron Steamship
Will sail for the uhovo ports on or
about the li'ltli Imt. For freight or pus-
eacc, apply to
II. HACK.' JUIjI A. Co., AlfeuU.
Poi, Mush, Hot Cakes, Muffins, etc.
Tho Flour wo nre at present supplying h far superior to nuy previously offered,
and can he made Into
AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF PALATABLE DISHES
at lem exi cuso th m any other furlimet'oii prcpiratlons.
Highly recommended by physicians us an Invaluable diet for persons miller,
lujr from disordered atonmcli or bnuclx, as well ns a nutritious food for the healthy.
H'oi- S5ale ly J1 Grocery.
DIKK0TIONS VOH M VICING POI. Tnko the desired amount of Hour and
mix veiy ihln wilh cold wat-r, being Mire there aro no lumps. Conllno this In a
bag or cloth and place In a kelilo of boiling wnter. nnd let It contlnuu to boll 1J
to v!i hours, nccoidlng to quantity U3id, cine being taken to place a piece of per.
forntal tin nt the bottom of the keltic o as to prevent the eloth from burning.
When done (while warm) stir with it stout cpoon. nddliig a little water until tho
whole h will nihcl. Let t iIr stind from live to nlvliimra 'Ihcnndd water In
small quantities, mixing thoroughly and kneading until the desired consistency is
obtained. Owing lo Its purity It takes from three to four dya to become acid or
sour. Ulll 8m
LEWIS & CO., Family Grocers,
lleg to notify the public tint on MAY 1st thoy will move Into the Store,
NO. Ill FORT STREET,
At present occupied
Great Sacrifice in Ladies' Underwear,
DPoi Ome "Weelt Only.
Millinery and Dressmaking
IN THE LATEST STYLES, AT THE
Litdie"' Bazaar, 88 IToi't Street,
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King Street, : : : : Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
IJev Goodd, Just Received,
Ke"i Pamlly Hcef; kegs and half bhls. Pig Pork ; Eastern Hlook C lllh; Smoked
Hiilihiit; Ox Tongues; Lunch TongiiLs; binokcd Hcef; Boned t'lilcken; Dunce
HutiHHud Mitcon; '.onuine Muplo syrup; Cain Stm Drips; Frrili New Orleans
Molasses; Juinsj Jclllea; Honey, In glass and tins; No. I Flour; Wheat; Mild
Cheese; Ueruiea, and a
General Assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
All orders receive careful attention and prompt delivery.
P. O. Box 37. Xul3ilioiie 1 1 0.
13. F. DlLI.INOIIAM,
President it ml Mauugcr.
Pacific Hardware Company,
l.lmitrd. HiK'ci'NHorN to IHIIIiiicliaui & Co, anil Huuiui'l otl.
mm Safety Kfirnsfiiin ilil 1 Rfl
Recommended by the New,York Board of Underwriters.
JOHN ITT, 1 8
Granite, iron and Tin Ware ! "i
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE, , ',
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, Til, "CCPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
ON Smith's llrldgc, on Sunday lust, a
Hunch of Key. QKnortan have
thu Bitiiu! ny gvlng proper iicforipuou
and paving coU of this advertisement.
ipply at this Office.
& TARO CO.
by C. 12. Williams,
Jas. O. bi'KNCRii,
Secretary and Treasurer.
SUN KIM LUNO ifc CO. lmvo moved
into the third house below Smith
Itridgo, on Horn Inln Mrcct, where they
will carry on iht-lr former business ub
til further notice. UOU lw
Vr h '
Vi li r' lifc ; w 't v . i.