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FRIDAY, APRIL 80,4880.
Sttnr J t Dowsett from l'ala
Schr Wallolu from Tata
Stmr 0 It Bishop from Ilnniakua
Stmr Kllauca lloii fiom Vinduud Ports
Stmr W O Hull for Maul and Hawaii
Schr Elmkal for Walnliia
Stmr J I Uowsctt for l'ala
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
Schr ICulnmaiui for Kuknlnu
Bk Jns S Stono for Hongkong
From Kauai, per steamer Iwnlanl,
April aotli-K L Clarke, Ij Welcke, J
Kala and lit deck.
For Hongkong, per steamship Gaelic,
April 20th Miss JloCully and! Chinese
Stsamer Iwalaul brought 4,91C
of sugar yesterday morning.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
scrvlco at St.
of Honolulu holds
Tin: S. S. Zealiuidiu is duo from
San Francisco to-morrow, with two
days' later news.
John Pualokc, u native of theso
Islands, was lately drowned at Seattle,
Tun British tlagship Triumph
ought to bo hero any moment, hav
ing left Sau Fnuiui.-eo on the 10th.
AsiiFonu, a member of the Hono
lulu Rillcs, lias tied the highest tcore,
24, in tho prize shooting at Fort-street
To-Jtoimov.', at 12 o'clock noon, E.
P. Adams it Co. will sell a lot of hard
ilrqwood ex Morning Star, at Sorren
His Excellency Paul Neumann,
Attorney-General, gave a dinner last
evening to tho King, Queen, and
Capt. Blackhurno and officers of
tho Heroine gavo u party on hoard
that vossel yesterday afternoon. Tho
Itoyul Band was present.
A Hawaiian woman, who had been
deserted for u new wife by her
Chinese husband in China, returned
to her own land by the S. S. Gaelic.
Heavy earthquakes aro reported
on different recent days, at Kukaiau,
llamakua, Hawaii. Bocks wcro
tumbled in great quantities down tho
It having been represented that
tho men-of-war's men wcro, eager for
a boat race, a challenge was tent
them by tho Myrtle Boat Club, but
it has been declined.
The firo in a Chinese laundry on
Richards strcot, n few evenings ago,
was extinguished by Mr. Alnx. Flohr,
engineer of Engine Co. No. 1, and
not by those previously credited with
tho good sorvicc. .
Hon. L. A. Thurston was, by tho
Chief Justice, yesterday, granted
leave to sell tho Haleakala Ranch,
containing 30,000 acres, situato in
Makawuo and Kula, Maui, and
belonging to tho estato of the lato
Charles 11. Alexander.
In tho cricket match between tho
Honolulu Iron Works team and one
from II. B. M. S. Satellite, the home
players won by thirty runs, the scoro
being H. I. W 118 runs ; Satellite,
88 runs. Tho day was lino and tho
match a lively ono. Wright inado
tho highest scoro of tho homo men
20, and Lawranco, of tho visitors 23.
The following team has been
selected by tho Honolulu Cricket
Club to play a match game with u
team selected from II, B. M.'s ships
Triumph, Horoino and Satellite : T.
Lishman, Captain; W. Lishman, J.
Lishman, J. II. Wodehousc, Jr., O.
Crcighton, R. Mobsman, II. Whitney,
G. D. Freeth, Sam Harribon, 11. W.
Churchill, A. M. Hewitt. Row Alex.
Mackintosh and Mr. C. E. Hcnson,
Umpires; Wray Taylor, Scorer.
Yebtekday uftoruoon it was re
ported that the barkentino W. II.
Dimond was on tho reef oil' tho
harbor. Tho Dimond when leaving
her berth had her mils cet to a north
cast breeze, but when boyond tho
lighthouse tho wind shifted to tho
fcouth-east and tho vessel dropped
anchor. With Jior nails hanging in
disorder about tho yiudarms, and
having a flight list to btarboard, sho
appeared to bo aground. Tho Polo
went out and towed her to boa.
"Jim tho cook" fcnys tho name of
Planter is no good for a vessel, though
it may oncourago agriculture. Ho
further says that a whaler from New
Bedford, named Planter, was burned
' at sea, and was replaced by Planter
No. 2, which irot long after was
wrecked; that tho Htcamer Planter
of tho I. I. S. N. Co. was lost, and if
.their now steamer, expected in a
month or two, is alto named Planter,
no good will como of her, its sho is
'.bouud to bo unlucky.
J)n. McGitjiW restored an apparently
ilcad man toactivity.ucar Mr. Jacgor's
jilace, tho other evening, by dashing
aUiViUU Htf&W.M ItfMKAJNT I HOJfOWWtfi , L, ITWHW,
yft jttHBtQhlf&WBJifi?'9 , t fffl v Vrf?Trvl6'w:,' " ''r ' "TTi . t
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a bucket of cold water on his face.
This hydropathic treatment was,
however, 'only adopted on the dis
covery that the fellow was dead
drunk. Tho patient was a native
who had appropriated somebody else's
carriago at Waikiki to rido to tpwn,
but had dismounted to have a. (leep
on tho roadside. His sudden awaken
ing had po irritating au effect on him
as to mako him a proper subject for
inagistcrial treatment, and ho was
therefore- handed over to tho police and
given quarters in the Merchant street
S. M. Caiiteii & Co., have received
Fomo good charcoal from the Island
of Hawaii. ill 1m
Pictuiii: Frames it Cornices made
to order, old Frames repaired, rcgilt
cd, etc. King -Bros.' Art store.
Col. W. 1 Allen, as receiver of
liana Plantation, Maui, has filed be
fore His Honor tho Chief Justice,
his report for quarter ending March
31, 188G, showing disbursements of
824,802.93. Dining tho period it
was found necessary to incur au ex
pense . of $3,97G.80 for bringing
water to the mill by means of pipe.
Owing to dry weather and the old
supply of water giving out, the mill
was obliged to stop work for two
months, which accounted for the
extra expense incurred. Tho net
sales of sugar for the same period
were also 810,924.22. The receiver
thinks that grinding will now go on
steadily until the crop of 1880 is
taken off. Already the plantation
has turned out 375 tons of sugar up
to April 24, 188G. Col. Allen an
ticipatcs a better showing in his next
THE BETHEL UNION.
The Bethel Union congregation
assembled for worship, for the Hist
time, in their new quarters, at the
Lyceum, Sunday morning. Tho
building is a neat, well finished struc
ture 'about 0 feet square, with high
ceilings and large arclied windows,
and has an excellent audience room,
seated with chairs. The hymns and
sermon wcro appropriate to Easter
Sunday. The pastor, Rev. 15. C.
Oggel, preached from the text, Coll.
3:1-2; the heads of the discourse
being, (1) Christ is risen; (2) Wo
aro risen with him ; (3) This should
lead us to seek those things that aro
above. In the evening, a scries of
exercises was held, in which the
Sunday School took a prominent
part. Enster hymns were sung with
accompaniments by the piano, organ
and violin, Mrs. Dillingham presid
ing at the piano, Mrs. S. M. Damon
at tho organ, and Mr. W. E. Ilcr
rick being violinist. Tho pastor
delivered an address, and several
scripture and other recitations were
given by Misses Lindsay, Lizzie
Adler, Ethel Carter, Addio Peter
son and May Dillingham. Both ser
vices .were well attended.
GOING AWAY. '
Tho departure of Mrs. T. S.
Southwick, by tho W. If. Dimond,
will leave a blank in the community
not easy to bo filled. For several
years this lady has been an activo
and persovcring worker for tho moral
improvement of many who other
wise, Topsy like, would havo been
allowed to grow without much com
fort to themselves or advantage to
others. Mrs. Southwick has been
engaged in mission work, in the
city, under tho auspices of the
Woman's Board of Missions, and has
done much quiet work in distributing
reading matter and clothing among
poor people, by whom not only her
gifts but also her words and visits
of kindness and sympathy were
much appreciated. The lanic band
of juveniles she had gathered round
her, and organized into temperance
societies, will miss her counsels and
assistance ; mid in' future years, will
bo able moro fully to ostimato the
Value of their benefactress's interest
in their welfare, in starting them on
the ways of sobriety, by which they
will bo able to avoid tho enemy,
which Shakespeare says, is put into
a man's mouth to steal away his
brains. The, best wishes of a large
circle of friend3 follow Mrs. South
wick to whatever new fields of labor
she may bo called.
AN EXAGGERATED REPORT.
Weiinesdny'slrfucrtter contains a
letter from Capt. Drew, of the brig
Claus Spreckels, to His Excellently
tho Minister of Foreign Affairs,
under tho heading, "A Hawaiian
Schooner Rescued." The letter
states that tho schooner Manuoka
wai, of the lntei-Island Steam Navi
gation Co., was on March 27th, 130
miles north of the Hawaiian Islands,
with a signal of distress Hying; that
he (Drew) immediately put about
ship and discovered tho schooner to
havo been ono wbolo week from
Waialua. Tho letter alleges that
she was in tho longitude of Kahu
lui, being without food or supplies
of any kind, and tho captain of tho
schooner was about to givo himself
up as lost. Captain Prpw, it js
learned from authoritative sources,
has made a mountain out of a mole
hill. In thu lirat place the schooner
I Yna uot from Waialua, but from
" " t?w ' ,JWi wff "" wo" "fryff! i f 'w"W"w,i'iww"pi
Hanalcl, She was not out of food
ns the letter states, for sho had COO
bags of rice on board to be con
sumed before starvation ensued ;
while as for water, sho had plenty
of it below, as all tho I. I. S. N.
Co.'s schooners have. She could
not have been 'much out of her
course when she left Hanalcl the
same day the schooner Waiehu did,
and arrived at Punaluu, Oahu, a
day after tho Waiehu arrived here.
In short, the letter is generally at
sea as to facts, and knowing ones
say Capt. Drew must bo fishing for
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
It is pleasing to report a decided
increase of attendance at the Ha
waiian Opera House last night. Ex
cepting a fow scats near tho front
that arc never coveted, tho lower
part of the house was well filled,
besides quite a sprinkling of atten
tive auditors in tho gallery. With
the increase of numbers there was
also au increase of enthusiasm in
the audience. Tho performers, on
their part, fully sustained the repu
tation acquired at tho two previous
concerts.' An instrumental trio
two pianos and violin by Misses
Lula, Pauline, and Elise Joran, com
menced tho entertainment. A re
appearance was demanded and in
sisted upon. Miss Pauline and Miss
Elise Joran were also down for a
duo on two pianos, and such was
the delight inspired by their pro
duction that nothing short of a re
turn to tho instruments would satisfy
the audience. Miss Lula Joran was
on tho programme for a piano solo,
and Miss Pauline for a violin solo,
and each produced from their re
spective instruments entrancing
sounds that excited ebullitions of
applause during the execution, and
an irrepressible, prolonged outburst
at the close. Two ballads were al
lotted to Miss May Spring, but she
was compelled to duplicate in each
instance. Tho house was resolutely
determined to accept no refusal,
and refusal was therefore out of the
question. Signor Lencioni not only
afforded pleasure by his singing,
but created mirth and merriment by
his mimicry. His "crying song"
was extremely amusing. Two bal
lads, and a duct with Miss May
Spring, comprised the task laid
down for Signor Campobello, but
the clear, full, rich notes of his mag
nificent voice created a pressing de
mand for more, and no ono but an
old stager could have withstood the
call to return. The enrapturing
vocal and instrumental music, tho
vociferous applause, the persistent
encores (every number of tho pro
gramme being encored), and the
continuous stream of bouquets pass
ing from tho audience to the stage,
combined to produce a sceno of ani
mation and pleasure seldom wit
nessed in our Opera House.
Wednesday, April 28th.
Kcpahonl, drunkenness, forfeited
Antonio Cocoli, assault and bat
tery on his wife, was remanded.
Joso dc Freitas pleaded guilty to
deserting his wife and was ordered
to return to her. Costs 83.
Thuksday, April 29th.
Kihikihi, drunkenness, forfeited
Antonio. Cocoli, assault and bat
tery on his wife, was fined S5, with
83.30 costs, and bound in $25, with
one surety, to keep the peace for
one year toward all persons. His
wife showed a wound in the head,
inado by him with a stick the night
of the fire, when they met on King
Friday, April 30.
Ily. CostriffandMcLaffay, drunk
enness, 80 each.
Ernest Stabcl, assault and battery
on his wife, reprimanded and dis
charged. Missing from tho Fire,
ANYBODY that will give infortna.
lion of tho whereabout of thu
large white Counter, large Fairbanks
Somes, anil Desk with Wire Uauzu
around, belonging to thu undersigned,
will bo suitably ruwurded.
312 lw WOLFK & CO.
Honolulu, April VI, 188".
MR. EM II, O. SrCHUMAN is ap.
pointed Secretary ami Treasurer
of tho Hawallnn Carriage Mnnufactur.
Inn Company. Limited, on and after this
diilu, owing lo tho rc-igimtion of
Thomas 8. Douglas. G. WEST,
312 lm President and Manauor.
AT a recent iuicting of the leading
Chinese merchants, Mr. O. Afong
and Mr. O, Alto were appointed u Com
mitteu to receive inscriptions for tho
benefit of their couniryniun, Buuerers by
thu Into tiro. Any cfnimtlons sent to
these gentlemen will he gratefully re.
cclveil. and carefully applied. fSKi 8t
NOTICE 1 "
(iroccrx mill Vccd Deulcrx,
Beg to notify the public that on May
1st they will move into
at present occupied by Lewis & Co,
APAKTNKlt with about $0,000, to en
gage In mi Important business,
AjJdreVK W., ihN oillce. 312 lw
ArOSITION a Bookkeeper, Cashier
or any place of trust, by a thor.
otiglily experienced miliic mnn. Ad.
dress N. IN. S iln offlce. 312 lw
TO exchange a pretty Side-bar Brow,
nell Open Buggy, in good condl.
tlon, for a low.step Plmcton in like con.
dltloti Apply to J. K. WISEMAN,
314 lw Oeu'l limitless Agent.
A I OY to attend Garden work, cleun
Horse and Buggy, and drive a
little. A good home ottered, and $10 a
month. Apply to J.E.WISEMAN',
314 Qcn'l iHialntiis Agtni.
OlHcc, corner Ahikea and Queen streets,
mutual tkm.I'iio.m:, 3i,'.
314 11,L!!"X ul- Hoi
rpKN or inure share In tho People's
JL Ice and Kclrigcmthig Company.
Al-o. II) rluirci ll'itvnih'N Carriage
.Mm iifiiciinlug Oomtunv. Apply to
V. U 1'AnKB.
onoliilu, April 27, 1-8U. 313 It
A GOOD, sober, lellahlc, ttendv man,
one used to the country, 'i'o take
care of Iioihi-s, milk a few cows, and at
tend to gimiml nt a pilvntv residence)
on Miml. None need applv unless fully
nhlo to meet tln alioe ii'qiiiicmcntH.
ViiL'i'-, $:'.' a month, lioind mill Iodising,
Apply to .I.E WISEMAN,
314 Oen'l Hustings Agon t .
I7IVEUY Horse Owner's Cyclopedia,
It treating of DUcukm and How to
Cure llii'in; tho Ameiicnn Trotting
Horse; Ilm-iling mill Tnilitlng, and
ltucoitts nt Turning anil Kiiunlng
Stock. :;00 Illustrations and Engru
lng, by btonehunuu mid other eminent
men. Sold by giilKcriplioiiF,
85 J. M. OAT, JU , & CO.
ON reasonahle terms, the new 2.story
Iirlck Htilldinjr, known as the
Lincoln lilock, ttiliiaud on King street,
near Hon. C. It. HUhop'p. It comprises
a frontage of 125 feet on King street,
running hack inanka 200 feet more or
less, with all thu buildings and Improve
ments thereon. Applv to
309 tf O. W. LINCOLN, Builder.
j 12-FELT WINDMILL, mudo by
JL ilyrou and Jackson, with 10 feet
Tower. Four troughs capable of hold
ing 1,000 gallons of water, suitable for
cuttle, with 3-iuch galvanized Iron
pump. Will bo sold cheap. Everything
new. Alho, a good spring Cart, suitable
for a butcher. For further particulars,
apply to T.W. HAWLINS.
800 lm Soap Works Leloo, Honolulu.
Just received, direct from Oporto,
in wood and bottle,
Fine Oil Port in Cases,
I'oito .Mitfcatcl In Cases,
Speoialities in Madeira Winos:
A full iiR'-orlment of California Wines
always in Stock.
That Will Suit.
That charming Cottage o t Iluretania
street, near Punchbowl street, (1 rooms,
nicely laid out; t-tublu, garden, etc.
Neat Ooll'igu, corner of Llllha and
Schools (streets, 4 moms and kitchen.
Small Cottage on Merchant street,
suitable, for man and wife; $10 a month.
Tho H'usif'u Cottage of W. P. Tolcr,
Es... at Waikiki Beautiful rooms,
laniil, stables, carriage house, line
At Paliitnn, I have several lino Cot.
luges to lent.
Cottigo Mtltablu for 2 gentlemen,
beautiful place, on I'eueaeola street.
Small, neat Cottage, on Puusacola
street, with both pasturagu and usu of
stable; Hue elevation.
Other houses to rout.
Some Fine Properly for Sale.
Thu Property adjoining tho Hesl
denco of Mr. ISeiiinunn on Klugstieet;
beautiful building lot; rcatonablo
On I.imalllo street, a beautiful ltcsl.
dencu ami tints grounds; elegant marine,
On Llllha, corner School fctrcot, 2 Cot
luges; neat lot-.
And Othor Property.
1 lino Kurd Piano for bale, $250; cost
$U50; In perfect order.
S.iildlo Hone, young and sound, $70.
lllnck Muru lorFiile, ?.'.().
Sidebar Unggy, cost $."J3, nearly new,
Will exchange Huggy for Phaeton.
Apply or addicts J, K. WISBMAN,
len'l lltislnoris and .Ileal
AITO, io, m
Jutt received, a
Ladies' Trimmed and
Fiuu Plumes and Flowers, Hlblont, Satins and Plushes, every variety of
L'tdles, Misses anil Infants' Underwe ir. Cleaning ami
Dyeiug Ladles and Gents' Huts a Specially.
I am also prepared lo do Dressmaking in tho latest styles, and at reasonable prices.
J6!r-Uivo mo u trlul. n
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
ALDEN FRUIT & TARO 00.
Poi, Mush, Hot Cakes, Muffins, etc.
The Flour wo aro at present supplying h far superior to any previously offered,
ami can bo made Into
AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF PALATABLE DISHES'
at les ox enso than any other farinaceous preparations.
Highly recommended by physicians as an Invaluable diet for person suffer.
Ing from dsordor.d Momach or bowels, as well iij a nutritious food for thu healthy.
Jot- Ssssxle ly
DIItEOTIONS FOU MAKING POI. Take tho desired urn ...it of tl'ntiraiul
mix ve.v thin wlih cold wat?r, being uto theio are no lump,. i.ullno thU in a
bag or cloth and place In a koltlo ol boiling water, and let It loiitlnuu to boll 1J
to 2)4 hours, iiccoidh.g to quantity ti3ed, caie being taken tii pmce a piccu Qf per.
formal tin nt thu bottom of the keltic o as to prevent Hie cloth from burning.
When d.tm? fwhilo warm) stir with a ktont cpuon. adding a little water until tho
wholn 1, ... mixed. Let t .U slimd from live to ix hours 'Iheiimlil water la
mi, u II (iimntlties, mixing ihoioiighly and kneading until thu desired cotisUtcncy Is
obtained. Owing to lis purity it takes from thiec to four days to beeomo acid or
"" fJJl.l 3m
LEWBS & CO., Family Grocers,
Beg tonotlfi the public tint on MAY 1st thoy will move Into the Store,
NO. Ill FORT STREET,
At present occupied by
GHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King Slroet, : : : : Betwoon Fort and Alakca Streets.
New O-oocls, JTiit Received,
Kogs Family Href; kegs and half bbls. Pig Pork; Eistern Hlock C ulllsh; Smoked
Halibut; Ox Tongue.; I.iinch Tongues; Smoked Beef; Honed Chicken; Dupeo
Hums mid Haeon; (jcnuinu Miplo Syrup; Cala Stai Drips; Fre-li Now Orleans
Molasses; Jams; .Icllles; Houey, in glas3 and tins; No. 1 Flour; Wheal' Mild
Cheese; Ucrmca, and a '
General Assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
All orders receive careful attention and prompt delivery.
I?. O. Box r. . Tolephono HO.
11. P. 1)11.1, INOIIAM,
President and Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Limited. NiH-rrxHorrt to IHIlliil.um & Co, nn it Naiiiuel Xott.
- GOOD IVIGH-IrJ? "
Premium Safely Kerosene 0il,--150
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
JOHIITIIj Kaaliumanu Street
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
rPHK undersigned has moved into thu
JL ollleo of Mr..l, K. WUeman, whtro
lit) will bu prepared to furnlHli hotue.
hold sorvrtiiin, collrot hills, do Anglo.
(JhliiCfU interpreting, and a gi-utrul
bunlnoBs. (O'J Om) SOYONU.
)8 FORT STREET, I
fine assortment of
C. E. William.
JAS. O. Sl'KNCEK,
Sccietary and Treasurer.
Untrimmed Mats, ' '4M'
OFFICE FOlt RENT,
I WILL rontonu-liulf of my ofllco, it i
Xo. 17 Port Hlreet, fiiruhhed,' wlUii
uso of tclopliiineft, to a do-ilralilo parly. . (
JXO. A. PALMEH, ;
Gcagrul Agent, Honolulu
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