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THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1880.
Schr Kalnbow from Koolnti
Sclir Heola from Ilccla
Schr Sarah & Eliza from Koolnti
S 8 Gaelic from Sun Francisco
Schr Haleakala from Pcpeckeo
H t tn r Iwalanl from Katinl
Schr Ehuknl from Wnlalua
Bktne W II Dlmond for San Francisco
Stmr Jas Mnkee for Walonue and Kauai
at 3 r m
Schr Ke'Au Hon for Hawaii
Sttnr Iwnlnnl for Kaiuil at I o'clock
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr W Ollall for Matii and Hawaii
Schr Khnkal for Wnlahia
From tho South Sena, per Morning
Star, April 28th Miss A A Palmer, Miss
h S Cathcnrt, F Sherman, 0 Freowood,
31 II Knudry, wife and 3 children.
For San Francisco, per bktne W II
Dlmond, April 20th Mrs Crlchton and
a children, MrsSbnthwIck, W Joi-aiUs.
O Dexter, Master Joy, J D Tregloan.
The bktne W II Dlmond, A Hoiidlett
master, sailed this noon for San Fran
cisco with 10,377 bag of Uigur, and BOO
bags of rice. Vuluo $(!.r,41i).3(i.
Schooner Kulamanu brought 2,140
bags of sugar from Knkalau this morn
ing. Schooner Walmalu brought 1,410 bags
of sugar from Kawallalillahi yesterday.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Reoui.au cash sale, J. Lyons, 10 to
morrow. m m
Don't forget tho concert at tho
Opera House to-night.
Pakkkk has not left the Benedicts,
as misstated in this morning's Press.
Some grand treats arc preparing by
tho Campobello opera company for
Music, dancing and a "crooked
race" form tho bill for to-morrow
evening at tho Yosomito rink.
WiM. tho recent advertiser for a
nurso girl pleasoscnd address, which
has been mislaid, to this oihee.
Thk Leleiohoku Guards aro intend
ing to have n feast at the Armory, at
.'J o'clock to-morrow uftemoon.
A wiiiklwind of dust caiiscd a false
iilarm of firo in tho neighborhood of
Kaumakapili church yesterday.
Suqak has mado another advance,
being now 55c fr rilW8i n(l - l)Ur
pound hotter for refined all round.
Justice Bickerton has moved his
ollico into the commodious quarters
assigned him in tho new Police
The citizens of Honolulu have res
ponded with characteristic generosity
to tho appeals for relief of thoso ren
dered destitute by tho Into fire.
Cat-tain Morso was given an in
formal reception in tho Grand Hotol,
San Francisco, by a number of the
passengers on tho last trip of tho
A meeting of tho men of tho
Second Congregation of St. Andrew's
Cathedral is called for this evening at
7 :30 o'clock at tho school house in
lho church yard.
The S. S; Gaelic arrived this fore
noon from Sun Francisco, with about
150 Chineso passengers for this port.
She sails this ovoning for Yokohama
The schooner Waimalu, which
arrived hero yesterday, loft Kawai
lahilahi on account of rough weather.
While thero ono of her boats was
smashed on tho rocks.
Captain Bray, ofllcors and crew of
tho missionary steam barkontino
Morning Star, have resigned. It is
expected that Captain Turner, of tho
brigantino W. G. Irwin, will bo given
command of tho vessel.
Honolulu military companies will
turn out in full force to-morrow
morning, to attend tho opening' of
tho Legislature. Tho Rillcs are
. ordered to uppeur in full dress uni-
form uV tho. Armory at 9 o'clock,
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,.."., MH..O'.lAiong and Mr. C. Alee havo
' been appointed, by a meeting of
Chineso morchants, hb a committee
to receive contributions for their
fellow-countrymen ni'ado destitute by
tho fire. Mr. Afong has headed tho
jfubscription list with u contribution
of .$500. J
liln. W. . Mclnerny, who with a
brother is attending Santa Clara
College, California, lately distin
guished himself, at a recoption by tho
Philhistorian Society there, by read
ing an original poem m heroic verso,
oh, "Tho Battle of New Orleans."
Tho San Francisco "Call" speaks
highly of tho production of tho young
llonoluluun, who is a son of Mr. M,
A gentleman living in tho vicinity
counted, in the morning, sixty-scvon
Chinese coming out from .tho Htono
houso formerly owned by Dr. Guillou,
near tho Into Queen Emma's resi
dence, Nuuanu street. Ho estimates
that from 150 to 200 Chineso aro
' ' domiciled in that house, and regards
tfuch overcrowding as a lncnnco to tho
morals of tho
Captain Pierce, Captain Fuller
and Mr. Sorcnson surveyed tho
borkentino Morning Star, yesterday,
to ascertain tho extent of damages
done during her tinio on tho reef in
tho South Sea Islands. Tho survey
being under dillicultics, eho will
probably bo ro-survoyed whilo on
tho Marino Railway. Sinco the timo
of going onto the reef referred to
nbove, about Ihreo months ago, her
steam pump has been kept in con
stant motion, mid a stream of water
is continually issuing from her side.
A meetino of Ilawaiians, number
ing two or three hundred and includ
ing some BUlIercrs by the late fire,
was held in the Kaumakapili church
on Tuesday evening. Rev. J. Wui
amau presided and nu address was
delivered by His Excellency tho
Minister of Foreign All'airs, Mr.
Gibson. Tho speaker explained tho
plans of tho Government for having
tho burnt district rebuilt in a moro
substantial manner than before tho
firo, and for bestowing relief upon
tho sufferers. He said tho relief
grant would be placed in tho bunds
of tho church relief committee, as
the ones most likely to distribute it
properly. Tho uudienco took leave
of His Excellency, on his departure,
with marked tokens of respect and
S. M. Cauteii & Co., have received
some good charcoal from the Island
of Hawaii. (J4 lm
Pictuhk Frames it Cornices mado
to order, old Frames repaired, regilt
ed, etc. King Bros.' Art store.
Hon. S. G. Wilder, Agent for tho
Mutual-Lifo Insurance Company of
Now York, tho largest and best Life
Insurance Company in the world, re
ceived tier Mururoa, Saturday, 24th
inst., the following communication,
which speaks for itself :
San Fkancifco, Cal., )
April 13, 1880. J
Hon. S. G. Wildek, Honolulu, II. I.,
Deak Silt: I enclose for delivery,
Company's C. K. A. V. 11,808 First
National Rank, N. Y., to order of
Chun Along for $10,182.20, amount
of matured value of policy 120,810
Afong. l'lcaso acknowledge receipt
of C. K. Yours truly,
A. R. FomiES, G. A.
Received tho 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, 1880. 314
A ROYAL VISIT.
His Majesty tho King,
panied by Col. Judd, Col.
chamberlains, and His Excellency
Governor Dominis, paid a visit at
10:30 this morning, to II. B. M. S.
Heroine. Arriving on hoard, the
royal party was received by Captain
Biackburno and Major Wodohouse,
II. B. M.'s Commissioner and Con-sul-Gcneral.
A guard of honor was in attend
ance, and tho yards of both tho
Heroine and Satellite were manned
on the arrival and departure of the
Francisco, April 22,
S. S. Gaelic.)
RUMORED HAWAIIAN LOTTERY SCHEME.
Tho San Francisco Call gives a
rumor that a syndicate is in process
of formation, "which will attempt
to secure from the Hawaiian Gov
ernment a charter for the establish
ment of a lottery. Paul Neumann
is rumored to bo interested in the
April 21 six thousand employes
of sugar refineries in Brooklyn, N.
Y., struck on account of refusal of
a demand for higher wages. It is
believed 4,500 of them nro controlled
by Ilavemeycr & Elder.
Tho Queen's proctor has inter
vened, and the Crawford divorce
case will bo reopened.
The Liberal associations in Eng
land nro rallying to support Glad
stone in his Irish home-rule scheme.
ThoMancliester Guardian lias swung
round from an attitude of marked
hostility to tho policy, to one. of
hearty support. A despatch adds,
"Gladstone's namo is still a magical,
conjuring word with the English
people. A monster mass meeting
wiib to have been held at St. James
Hall, on tho 22nd, to support Glad
stono'nnd his bills. Chamberlain is
moving amendments, that tho Irish
members will not accept. Froudo
the historian-is aiding tho opponents
of the scheme. A loyalist meeting
and street demonstration against
homo rule took place at Cork with
A conllict on tho Greek frontier
was hourly expected at last ao'
counts, lho (.1 reeks hail assumed
a very provoking attitude, which
mado tho Turks furious. Turkey
lias intrusted her cause to Lord
Roscbery, British Minister of For
eign Affairs, who is said to bo freely
in accord with BIsmarok reipcotlrig
tho difficulties In the East. Repre
sentatives of tho Powers, including
tho Greek, had a conference with
Lord Roscbery on tho situation.
Seven men-of-war nt Constantinople
were under orders to ho ready to
sail at an hour's notice. Greek
newspapers arc prohibited from cir
culation in Turkey.
nniTISII HEVEHSES IN MANDALAT.
Advices from Mandalay say that
tho British expedition sent against
the Kachyen tribe has been compell
ed to retreat. The rebels, hi an
overwhelming force, made a desper
ate attack on the British, charging
into a battery of mountain guns and
driving tho expedition back. Rein
forcements for the expedition have
been ordered from Mandalay. The
rebels have captured Reegandet, a
police station. They bound tho
garrison with cords and massacred
APAItTNKU with about $0,000, to en
gugu lu an Important busltitss.
AUdreas It W. tills olllcc. 312 lw
A POSITION as Bookkeeper, Cashier
or any place of tru&t, by a thor.
onghly experienced business man. Ad
dress N. N. S., iht offlce. !)1J 1 w
FROM a hack, on Saturdny night, a
child's durK plaid woolen L'louk.
The finder will be r warded on leaving
tho snmo at Mr. C E. WILLIAM:?
Store, Hotel street. 1112 lit
fPO exchange a prutly Side-bur Urow.
X nell U en Bucgy, In good condl.
tion, for a low-step Phaeton in like eon.
dllion Apply to J.E.WISEMAN,
H14 lw Ocii'l Business Agent.
ALOY to attend Garden work, cluau
Horse and Buggy, and drive a
little. A good home ottered, und $10 a
month. Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
Jill Gen'l business Agent.
ROOMS TO LET,
Two nicely furnished rooms,
ut No. 4 Garden Lane. En
trance also from Union St.
ai2 lw MUS. McCONNELL.
EVERY Horse Owner's Cyclopedia,
treating of Diseases and flow to
Cure them; the American Trotting
Horse; Breeding and Training, and
Records of Trotting and Running
Stock. 00 Illustrations and Engrav
ings, by Slonchcncu and other eminent
men. Sold by siibcriptlons.
85 J. M, OAT, JR. & CO.
ON reasonable terms, lho now 2.stcry
Brick Building, known as the
Lincoln Block, situated on King street,
near Hon. C. It. Bishop's. It comprises
a frontago of l'.'fi feet on King street,
running hack mauka 200 feet moro or
less, with all the buildings und improve
ments thereon. Applv to
309 tf G. W. LIiNCOLN, Builder.
-j 12.EEET WINDMILL, made by
X Byron und .lackson, with 10 feet
Tower. Four troughs capable of hold
ing 1,000 Kullons of wuter, sultuhlo for
cattle, with U-lnch gulvunl.cd iron
pump. Will ho sold cheap. Everything
new. AIM), a good spring Cart, suitable
for a butcher. For further particulars,
apply to T.W.RAWLINS.
800 lm Soap Works, Lelcn, Honolulu.
FRANK H. AUSTIN,
SPECIAL Agent of the Cabinet Relief
Committee, has opened an ollico
in FOWLER'S YARD, and will ho
ready from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. to reuder
assistance to those made destitute by
the lute lire. AH persons wishing em
ployee aro requested to leave 'their
orders ut my olllcc.
FRANK II. AUSTIN,
Special Agent Cabinet Relief Com
mittee. W2 lw
Notice to tho Public.
JE. WISEMAN, proprietor of the
Central Oigar Stand, on Merchant
street, begs to inform the public thut he
das secured the rvlces of Mr. F.
HILDER, formerly at II. J. Nolle's
Restaurant, who will take exclusive
churgu of my Cigar mill Tobacco Stand,
and will endeavor to keep constantly on
hand a selection of
FINE CIGARS & TOBACCO
which, ho trusts, will bo appreciated by
the general community. Orders Irom
the oilier udands will be promptly at
tended to. Patronize Mr. F. llllder, who
Is a thorough Judge of a good smoker's
aOOlm J. E. WISEMAN.
For Yokohama and Hong
kong, The Occidental & Oriental Steamship
Co.'s Splendid Iron Steamship
PEAttNE , Commander
Will sail for the nbove ports on or
about the iinth liift. For freight or pas
sago, apply to
IIAOUKKMI A C'cAitentH.
Just Landed !
Ex bark, James S. Stone,
The Genuine ITrunlclln
For salo in lots to suit and nt
Lowest Market Hates.
Just received, illr-r.l from Oporto,
In wood nnd bottle,
Fine Old Port In Case?,
l'orto Muscatel In Cases,
Spooialitios in Madeira Wines:
A full assortment of California Wines
always in Stock.
GONSALVES & CO.,
Jw Ucuvor Blnnk.
That Will Suit.
Thui charming Cottage it Burctania
sued, nuir Punchbowl -trcct. li rooms,
nicely laid out; stable, pirdcn, etc.
Neat Onttnge, corner of Ltllha and
Schools streets, 1 rooms and kitchen.
Small Cottage nu Merchant street,
suitable for man nnd wife; $10 a month.
The eiif-lr'c Cottage of W. P. Tolcr,
Es... at Walkikl. Beautiful rooms,
hiiiii. stables, can luge house, fine
At Puliimii, I luue sevvral tine Cot
titles to rent.
Cott'ige suitable for 2 gentlemen,
beautiful place, on Pentacola street.
Small, neat Cottage, on Pensncola
street, with both pasturage und use of
stable; tine elevation.
Other houses to tent.
Somo Fine Property for Salo.
Tho Properly adjoining the Resi
dence of Mr. iNeuniiinn ou King street:
beautiful building lot; reasonable
On Lunalilo street, a beautiful Resi
dence nnd fine grounds; elsgant marine
On LIHlin, corner School street, 2 Cot
tages; neat lots.
And Olhcr Property.
1 lino Bord Piano for sale, $250; cost
$350; In perfect order.
Siuldlo Horse, young and sound, $75.
Black Mure for sale, ?.'.0.
Rldc-har Buggy, cost 205, nearly new,
Will exchange Buggy for Phaeton.
Apply or address J. E. WISEMAN,
Geu'l Business and Real Estate Ag'l,
Campboll's Block. 80S lm
WE LEAD !
Others Follow !
If You Want
Fine Ice Cream,
OA-ICISH ami CVIS'OIliJH,
Ice Cream Parlors
85 Hotel Street, near Fort.
OPEN DAILY UNTIL 11 l'.M.
Mutual 3118, -a (3i:i) JSSif- Bell 182.
IIY J. T. WATKRIIOUSE,
Queen Street Stores.
ol KeroKcue Oil,
California I. X. L. Lime,
Planters' Hoe, Axe and Pick Handles,
Kegs American Horsu Shoes,
Kegs Cut Nnlln, Card Mutches,
Ox Bows, Garden Socket Hoes,
Patent Yard Brooms,
Sisal Baling Hope, Bush Hooks, Axes,
blioo iiruiies, uiucKing,
mlo Doiililo "Children's Iron" Brass
Nests of Wood Trunks,
Crockery and Glassware,
Irish Linen Table Damask & Napkins,
a funcy assortment, just to hand, and
many other articles too numerous to
mention. BW 2w
English Saddles mid lirlillcs,
Suucopans, Tin Kettles. Fry.pans,
If. 1 Inch. lf and lA Gulv. Pining,
Just received, n lino
Ladies' Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats,
Fine Plumes and Flowers, Ribbon, Sntlns and Plushes, every variety of
Ludics, Misses and Infants' Undcrwcir, Cleaning und
Dyeing Ladles and Gents' Hats a Specialty.
I nm also prepared to do Dressmaking In the lutcst styles, and at reasonable prices.
JWaTGlve mo a trial. -&i
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
ALDEN FRUIT & TARO CO.
Pol, Mush, Hot Cakes, Muffins, etc.
The Flour wo are of present supplying is far superior to nny previously offered,
und cuu be made Into
AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF PALATABLE DIHES
ut loss exi enso than any other farinaceous preparation?.
Highly recommended by physicians as an Invaluable diet for persons suffer.
Ing from disordered stomach or bowels, as well as a nutritious food for the healthy.
XTov Sale Iy all Grocers.
DIHEOTIONS FOB MAKING POL Take the desired amount of Hour and
mix ve y thlii with cold water, being tiro there are no lumps. Ontniiio tills in a
bug or cloth and place In a kettle ol boiling water, and let It im . I . u to boll 1
to Mi hours, according to quantity Ii3ed, cure being taken to p.... ,t .1 piece of per
foruted tin nt the bottom of the kettle o as to prevent the ciotit from burning.
When done (while warm) stir with u stout spoon, adding a little water until the
whole Is well mixed. Let t ils stand from llvu to six hours Then add water In
sir.uu qniiniiin-, mixing thoroughly and knciullng until Hie desired consbteiicy is
obtained, u mug to lis purity it takes from three to four days to become acid or
LEWIS & CO., Family Grocers,
Beg to notify Hie public tint on MAY 1st thoy will move into the Store,
NO. Ill FORT STREET,
At present occupied
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King Stroot, : : : : Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
Nevp Groods, Just DEfceceivel,
Kcps Family Beef; kegs and half bbls. Pig Pork; Eistern Block Codfish; Smoked
Halibut; Ox Tongues; Lunch Tongues; Smoked Beef; Ituned Chicken; Dupee
Hams and llacon; Genuine Miplo Syrup; Cahi Stai Drips; Fresh Now Orleans
Molusses; Jains; Jellies; Honey, In glass and tins; No. 1 Flour; Wheat; Mild
Cheese; Uermca, and u
General Assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries,
All orders receive tureful attention and prompt delivery.
?. O. Box, ZSTIZ. Telephone 1 1 0.
B. F. DlLMNUIIAM,
President and Munuger.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Limited. HurecNHorH to IHIIInclinm &. Co, nnd Humuel .Vott.
" GOOD IVI3H-IrJ? "
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
JOHN ITT, I. 8
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
993 SHEET IRON
OTvBeretanla street, Sunday evening,
a Cold Cord Spring Bracelet. A
reward is awaiting the thulcr.
F. B. DOUQE,
313 St Government Survey Office.
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by C. E. Williams.
Jas. G. Hr-KNCEn,
Secretary and Treasurer.
OFFIOE FOR RENT,
I WILL rent one-half of my ofllce, ny
No. I" Fort slruut, furnished, wlthi
use of telephones, to u doslrablo party?,
.INO. A. PALMER, )
803 Geuoral Agent, Honolulu;
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