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MONDAY, MAY 3. 1H8R.
Stmr Dowrctt from l'aia
Stmr MokoM from Molokil
Jjchr Mamiokawal from Koolau
Stmr Iwalanl from Knunl
.Stmr I.ehu.i from Windward Torts
Htmr Wiiiniiiniilo from Wutinanulo
Solu Mnry I'mler fiom Wnliuiinj
Sehr ilium from Hotioinii
Ship Austria from Sydney
lik Callfornlu from Newcastle
Stmr Likcllka for Kiilmliii
Stmr ilokolil for ilolokal
Stmr .las I l)ownott for l'aln
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr lwulanl fur ICaunl
Keliriliinu for Ilonomit
Ilk Apollo for San Krnncl'oo
Ilk Star of Devon for Maiden Is
Htmr Klnau for Hllo and other wind
ward poi ts at 1 o'uloek
Ilk Natuua for S.ui FruneUeo
From Windward I'orts, icr steamer
Kluaii, May 1 Hon II A Wldemann
and wife, lion V Talila, wife and child.
lion Dr. I WijrhMInii h Aliolo, wife
and son, Hon A Foriintulor, .1 Oderkirk,
Miss Lamb, F Willielm, (.'liunjj Lilujri
ljTottulnt, 0 K ItlolianUon, llev W
11 Barnes, ills U'WljIit, 0 1' Knuiuii
olia, J 1) Mailln, Manuel llos, dm
Aliolo, Miss I) l'ahau, (3eo Leonard, .1
From Kauai, per htnir Iwalanl, May i!
A 'Cropp, 0 Wnnlicrg and ife, II
Lnii!;iiti,wifc and child. 11 BnriermeWtor,
J Mundon, I Ktler, wife and child, 0
W Spitz, O Seholtz, J Miller, J 1C
Smith and HO deck.
VESSELS HI PORT.
Bk Apollo, Groth
Bk .las S Stone, Harstow
Bk Sonoma, Howes
Bk Natuua, Grsilin
H B MS Satellite, Allngton
H B MS Heroine, Illaokburne
Bktuc Uncle Jolm, .Hansen
Bktno Morning Star
Schr AVm Itentou, Kscheti
Bk Star of Devon, Mockets
Stmr Khun 10,000 b.ig-s of sugar, 10
pkfja liitlc. 10 hales wool, 1 c.moo
and 7", pkg-! tmndric.
Stmr Iwalanl 1,781 bag' of sugar nnd
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
13. 1'. Adams it Co.'s niortgngo palo
will he continued to-inoriow at noon.
To-nioiit is tho last
fast in mind, and go.
night of tho
The Gleaners aio requested to
meet at tho Y. M. 0. A. Hull, Tues
day afternoon, at I! o'clock, for ii re
hearsal for tho concert of Friday
It is rumored that a now steamer
will shortly ho placed on tho Kauai
route, in opposition to tho steamer
Iwalani and in connection with tho
Mils. Alvinu Bice, wife of Captoin
John Uice, and sister of Hon. J. E.
Bush, died on Saturday and was
buried yesterday in Nuuanu ceme
tery, Rev. II. H. Parker olllciating.
The Woman's Boaid of Missions
will meet on Tuesday, May -1th, at
half-past 2, at tho Chineso Y. M. C.
A. Hall. Topic: "Micronesia, with
recent Lcttors and .Journal." Execu
tive Committee will meet nt 2 o'clock.
Tin: lady frionds of the Myrtle
Boat Club, who intend conti Uniting
refreshments or desiio to assist in any
way at tho ball, tiro requested to
meet at tho residence of Mrs. Robert
son, Emma Square, this evening at
7 :30 o'clock.
This niorning'n 'Tress" reiterates
and eniiihasi7.es the announcement
that tho proprietor and editor whose
name appears in tho imprint is alone
responsible for its utterances, and
that " both the management and
policy of the 'Pi-ops' is directed
solely " by him.
Fnoimsou Pnikor paid a visit to
tho Pohukaina girls' school cm
Thursday, and witnessed tin exhibi
tion of tho Culisthenio exercises which
Miss Coney, the principal, has brought
to an almost incredible degree of pio
llcionoy. Tho professor expressed
himself highly pleased with tho e.xer-
Kohala plantation is doing well.
They received a load of redwood posts
and lumber by the schooner Leahi,
" and a third new boiler and So tons of
coal by tho Kuuikeiiouli, besides largo
quantities of merohundieo shipped
theie oveiy week. Tho mill is grind
ing 25 tons of -sugar por day or ISO
tons a week.
Miss Howe, who was formeily a
resident of Kahului, arrived at that
placo by tho last trip of tho bail; F.
S. 'Ihompson, and after a sojourn of
about six weeks among her friends
thero, returns to her old homo in Han
.Vranciseo by tlu samo vebsol, sailing
, Tuesday next. Her numerous friends
wish her hou voyage.
It is announced that after to-day
tho only suH'eicrs by the lire to re
ceive lolief in rations will bo six oi
seven natives, being old peoplo and
children. About f00 suits of clothing
have been bestowed on Bullcrers,
about 300 of them being Chinese.
Clothing is still being given away to
- the deserving and destitute.
Mh, and XtH J, It,
a rcocjition nt their
hiet Friday evening, to ho Cainin.
hollo conr't rt eiuiipjuy. A muni" r
of guoln wore present, uml the iniixi
cianii leci'Mcuted the compliment
with eonio delightful tinging and
playing. Thero was a band of nati e
sinters to give an indigeneous touch
to tho cntertninmont.
Mh. .1. D. Tiegloan, who left for tho
Coast on tho brigantino W. II.
Dinioiid tho othor day, goes to take
a position in n stoio in San Frnncifco.
Ho is ti son of Mr. Trcgloan, mer
chant tailor, and during his nine
years' reudoncom Honolulu won tho
esteem of till who knew him as an
industrious and otherwise exemplary
At ii meeting of Honolulu Typo
giaphical Union, No. !J7, held last
Saturday night, the following ollleers
were elected for tho ensuing teim:
President, W. O. Armstiong; Vice
President, Charles A. Foisteorn ; Sec
retary, .lames H. Mori is; Tieasurer,
A. V. lioyno; Sergeaut-at-arms,
Alexander Bolster. Executive Com
mittee .lames II. Black, Charles 0.
Spencer, .1-. 1. Ingiani, Alonzo Kuhia
and W. L. Grieve. "Advertiser."
Tun Honolulu boat tho Hawaii
Imtolmll club on Saturday, by 111 to
5. The game was too lop-sided to be
very interesting, the llawans Doing
exceedingly n miss in their Holding.
Honolulu (-cored o in 1st, 5 in 4th, 1
in 'itli, Ti in Ttli, 2 in 8th, mid 1 in
)th totul 10. Hawaii t-corcd 2 in
1st, 1 in 2nd, 2 in fourth, and was
whitewashed in all tho other innings
total 5. Baldwin made highest for
Honolulu, 1. None of tho Hawaii
made nunc than one mil.
Tun four lady members of Signor
Campobello's troupe Mi May
Spring, Misses Lulu, Pauline, and
Elise Jonin gave a inaliueo in the
Opera Iloutoou Saturday afternoon.
The talented musicians sustained tho
reputation acquit cd in pievious con
certs, and weio listened to by a
moderately lull house of delighted
ladies. Tho entire troupe appeared
in the same place in tho evening.
The audience was discouiagingly
small, but dumoiihtratcd by unmis
takable tokens its appreciation 'of tho
excellent rendering of every number
of the programme.
Tin: ship .Austria, Captain G. I,
DeLang, anived this morning from
Sydney, N. S. V., after an eventful
passage of 71) days. She left Sydney
Feb. Ill, and on March Urd and -1th,
in hit. 2.1s 20 S Ion. 170s 20 AV.,
encountered a tenilic hurricane. Her
whole suit of mil, were lost, her
decks swept clean, and her boats
blovo in, one of which was carried
overboard. The bulwarks wore bat
teied to splinters by huge seas, and
tho main tank full of water was
carried way. Tho rigging and spars
were badly vluifed. Although tho
ship wussevciely handled by tempest,
she behaved remarkably well.
Last Satuiday the- Kauai mail
canior Kahelo, whilo on his way from
Kiipaa to Lihuo, became involved in
an incident that relieved the mono
tony of his continual jogging along
the country loud. Ho met a China
man who asked ,for a lido to Lihue
and told him to' get into tho break.
When near their destination Kahelo
demanded $1.00 faro of the passenger,
which was refused, and a light ensu
ed. The mail carrier, after being
beaten about the head with ti bamboo
stick, overpowered his antagonist
and bound him to tho vehicle.
Kahelo triumphantly drove into
Lihue and handed over tho prisoner
to the authentic) to bo tried.
fine lot of Kul u loves, ex .cal-
at Wiiterhouso's Fort
Just opoued at the Elite Ico Cieam
Pallors, ex Zealandia, lino fiesh
candies. IU7 iw
E. 1'. Adajib t Co. have for tale,
just received, some lino red Columbia
S. M. Caktiik &. Co., have received
some gotul charcoal from tho Island
of Hawaii. 'Jl lm
Pictukii FniineH it Cornices made
to older, old Frames icpaiied, lcgilt
ed, etc. King Bios.' Art store.
II. May it Co. havo icccived por
Zealaiidia, in tho ico room, fresh Cali
fornia Boll Butter, Cuulillowor, Aspa
ragus, Celoiy, Smoked Halibut nnd
Salmon, boxes fiesh Apples. 1117 Iw
Wi'.st, Dow it Co, htivo icccived ex
"Zeulandiu" Beod Bookers, Picture
Moulding, Cioquet sets, ituslio
Fiaiiies, Whisk Biooms, Minor
Plates, Jews Harps, Sheet Music,
Clarionet Heeds, Wagons, ito., ite.
Mit. (jcd. C. Williams has been
appointed agent for Smith's "Dia
gram of Pailinniontary Unlet.." It
contains concise hints and directions
for conducting tho business of
deliberative assemblies. A diagram
shows at a glance the proper prooed-
mo in any general question oi oruer
that may arise. Tho work is endors
ed by leading legislators of the United
THE MORHIKC STAR AT HILO.
On .Saturday evening lust thoj
wharf at Hllo wns so oiowded that'
it seemed to some that "the owner
of Ililo"- must be expected. The
occasion of the galheiing was the
nrrivul of the Morning Sttir, which
'Hrf" ' ,
i hRd huii tplopHoiu'il frf'i'i tlltfnrcnt
' points along tho Hnmnliim ooait
tlunngtlioil.iv. Between 9 nml 10
t o'clock tho boat fiom tho ' .Star"
reached the wharf, whoro old anil
young ucio in waiting to welcome
Dr. Wettnore nnd Miss "Wetniorc
hack fiom tho South Sens. After
brief words of hearty welcome, nil
waited with interest to hear whnt
report Dr. W. nnd Capt. Bray would
have to make nt the churches on the
Easier Sunday was one of thoso
gloiious days which make men think
of n brighter and better woi Id. No
one need wish to seo n more prettily
decorated church than wns the Hllo
Foieign Church. In tho morning
tho party from the vessel were in
tho pews, whilo the Jlcv. Mr. Baker
preached an Easter sermon. In tho
evening Capt. Brny nnd Dr. Wot
moro occupied the time with some
nccouut of their voyage. In con
clusion Dr. Wetniorc spoko feelingly
of his return and the absence of one
face familiar at Ililo during so many
On Monday the people of the
place were invited to visit the Morn
ing Star' in tho harbor. And the
unanimity with which the invitation
was Accepted htigiiosted the idea
that it was n good time to take the
census. Monday evening she set
sail for Honolulu.
For the month of April, 1880:
Tho total number of deaths reported
for the month of April wiw flfi, dis
tributed as follow s :
Under 1 vear.... 0 From HO lo -10... lit
From 1 to ", It From -10 to no... 7
From 5 to 10.... 2 Fmm ."0 to 00... It
From 10 to 20. . . 0 From CO to 70. . . It
From 20 to 110... 12 Over 70 10
Males, lii Female, 11
Hawaiian 110 S. llos 0
Chinese 10 Amcilcali ii
I'ortiurui'-c 0 Other nations... 4
Gteat Britain II
causi: op death:
Asthma 2 Diarrhoea 1
Accident 2 Dropsy 1
Ilerlberl 1 Fever (5
Bronchitis 1 Hemoribagc.... 1
Blights disease. . 2 Old Age 8
Convulsion II 1'ai.ilysls 5
Consumption. ... 8 Pneumonia 1
Chlldbiith 1 Seiofuln 1
DNeasu of Hip... 1 Tabes Doralls.. 2
DI.sea.e of Heart. f Unknown 1
Number unattended 211
COMl'AltATIVi: MONTHLY MORTALITY:
Apr., 18S2 17 Apr., 1S85 47
Apr., 18SII 00 Apr., 18S0 BO
Annual death rate per 1000 for mouth
J. If. BltOWK,
Agent Board of Health.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square at 7:110
o'clock this evening. Following is
Ovei ture Titus Mozart
March Klenl Wagner
Quudillle The Times Cootc
Selection The Lombardlaiis Veidl
Ka Ipo Lauae.
Bemhilseeuees of Balfo Godfrey
Walt. Tho Mikado Sullivan
Medley Kghoes of the Xlght.. .Blvlere
God Save the Queen. Hawaii Ponol.
rpo exchange a pretty Side-bur Brow.
X noil Oon Buisey, in good condi.
tion, for low.slep Phaeton in like con.
dltloti Apply to J. E WISEMAX,
814 lw Gen'l Business Agent.
MONTHLY Dividend of Two Dnl.
Ian per Share is due and puiable
to the Stockholders ol iho Hawaiian
AKiicultural Co. on May 1, 18SH, at the
olllto of Its agents, C. Brewer it Co.
3111 -It Treasurer 11. A. Co.
ON SATUBDAY, May 1, 1880, a dlvl.
denil of Sovm Dollars per Shnro
will b paid in the .Stockholders of the
Watlukti SiiarCo, aitlui ollleoof C.
Brewer it Co. P. C. JONES,
10. It Tie.isuier W. S. Co.
DIVIDEND of Twentv Dolhirs a
Mhaic will be iluu and nuynble to
the Sioi'klmliiriis of lb" Kohala Sugar
Conii!n on M OX DAY, the rtrd Inst., nt
Castle it Cooke's.
J. B. ATllEUTON.Scc'y.
Honolulu. .Miiyl, 18S0. 1117 ill
rpEX or moie shares lit tho People's
X Ire and Itrifrlgeiatliig Company.
Abo, 10 shares lliiwalinn Carriage
Mnuufiicturiiig Company. Apply to
W. O. PAllKK,
Honolulu, April 27, lfe80. IllU il
AT a recent meeting of tho lending
Chinese luerelunts, Mr. C. Afong
and Sir. C. Alio were appoluUd a Com
inltteo iniccolui Hib-erlptiniis for tho
beiii'ili of tluir eoiintrynien, sitll'erershy
tho late lire Any donations fenl to
these gentlemen will bo gratefully re
ceived, and carefully applied. f III Pi lit
ANYONE who Is willing to islvo any
iifslstance to those who siilleri'd by
tho tiro of the lHth day of April, 1880, Is
heieby cordially invited to tend his
donation to the Hon. 8. M, Damon,
Treasurer, nud notify W. C. Acid, the
Secretary, for notice In newspapers.
II. K II. LIUUOKAI.AN1, Prcs..
II WATEBIIOUSE, Kso.., VIce.Prcs.
1IOX.S. M DAMON, Treasurer,
W, O. AUH1, Secrctiiry.
HON .1X0. N. KAULUKOU,
HON. .IAS. KEAU,
BEV.T. WAIAMAU. !)17 tf
rir i J -"-vr-jft--y-- ,n-,r.'."i,
Hhw'' c i rung Mifirr. , s 00 1C0
K. O. 11 ill & oon, OJ 70 100
Inin l.-buidb. N.O.. (iilOli 100
Hell Telephone, 88 10
llutt'n Aploulturul Co., jtU0 1U0
Wilder' Stenniflil, Co., KM 100
O Hrewcr it Co., U0 100
Woodl.iwn Dairy, 110 100
Hnlhiku Sugar tu., Jl 100
Waltiiiinalo. 135 100
Star Mill, I'-T, COO
HeclproellySuKarCo., to 100
L. A THUHSTON, Slook Ilrokci.
IIS .Mc rcb nit Htrcni 151 ly
fully, cnvinted that tho
seventh duv is the true Sabbath,
which wo are commanded to observe
and keep, I shall, on and nfler the First
day of .Mny, close my plaen of business
Thanking friends nml the public gen
erally for pist fawns, hujli for a eon.
tlmiince of the same.
iilO Iw X F. BUHQKSS.
t l'JKIJET WIN'D-'l I. Hindu by
1. Byron mid .l,i kv, ii, Itli lOfict
Towei Four trnugli-i (iipiblc of hold
lug 1,000 callous of wiiln, suitable for
entile, nith II-Inch euU'itliizcd iron
pimp, Will bo 'olil cheap Lveryllilng
urn Al-o, a go (I --i I HlL. (ut, Hiiltiililu
foi i MiHiur. For tintl.er psutictilnrs,
iipnly i'i T V IIAWI.INS.
Ii i i. i N ip Wink-. 1, ic . Honolulu
l GOOD, Mil er, rc-Hulm-. Meadv man,
. oat iijfil to the ci-iiiuty. To take
chic of Ii iMi's, milk a few i nv., and nt
tend to yroumls ut ,i privntu icslitinci!
nn Muni. None need nppU unless fully
all to nn et tlie above rMpilicuicnls.
Wafies, $.',", i moiitli, 1' 'i d ml Iodising.
Apply to Ii VI .KM AX,
it 1 O .i'i itl mh m AiSMit.
"What aro the Elements .Lacking in
Your Soil ?
loo Tons Fisii Guano,
ANALY.INd AS rOLI.OWS!
Attiinonia Orginic and Volatile
Pliospliulu Lime 111.2
Insolublo Mutter 1.!)
MoUture : 2.1!
Traces of Alkaline Salts.
In quantities to suit,
Al:o,a now Chemical Fertilizer,
3?" Bead the following nnnlysis and
:it 212 F.)..
Monobasic Phosphate of Lime
Sulphate of Lime
Alkaline Salts and Magnesia...
Contaliilti'r Aminonla. .0.77
Containing Potash 1.8 1, equal
to Sulphate of Potash.... 11.40
A high elasH nml excellent Cane Manure.
(SlgticiD Gi.onoi: HiKiiins,
CoiHiilting Cheinist to the Agricul
tural Societv of Barbadoes.
70 Mink Lane, E. C.
Try it, a small lot for Expori:
Castle & Cooke.
Just lecelicd, din. el fiom Oporto,
in w o I and bottle,
Flue Oil Foil InCisi-,
Porio .MiihCatel in Case.-,
Specialities in Madeira Wines:
A full iiBForlnient of California Wines
always in Stock.
GONSALVES & CO.,
liOfl 2w" Beaver Block.
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Agent.
ii Mill St., Honolulu.
My most fuitliful iiltenMon will bo
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
In Honolulu for tliu) rotddents of the,
lit) I boveriil UIiiikU of till -oii. fly
LADIES' BAM, 88 FORT STREET,
Just received, a lino astortuuut of
Ladies' Trimmed and
Plumes and Flowers, Blbliom, Sntins nnd l'lurlic, every variety of
L'idies, Mlssei ami laluiits' Lmlcrwoir, Oicaulng and
Djelng Ladles and Uenls' Huts a Special!.
I am also pieinred to do DreinakliiK in
cur uivi? mo a turn, tsa
MtJS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
Poi, Mush, Hot Cake
Tho Flour ueaical present supplying is
hi.iI cr.i lie
AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF PALATABLE DISHES
at les i-x cine thin any other farinaceous prep.ir.il I n.
lllghlv rocoriiiimi el by phy-lchun as an lin.duabo ilio' for periion' suirer.
lug fruiii (ihordeinl s.o.iiucli or bowels, a iM'll iu a nutritious luu.l Lt ili healthy.
DIHKUTIONS FOIt MAKINO POI. Take the do-dred iimoun' . iloiiroud
mix vei ihiu uitli cold wat-r, beleg juu there are no lumps. '..n:iie this In a
bug oi cloth and place in a Uoule ot boiling water, nnd lot i' ie to boll 1
to )ilA hours, aeeo. din a 10 (iliantltv used, eaie beniis taken to i . .uibceof per-
foiatid tin nt the boitoui of the ke'tle ti as to prevent tin. .nil Inun burning. '
When done (while arm) stir wlMni stout spoon, iidiling ii Utile watoi until the
wlinhi U v.-'OI mixel. Let t ,1s M-inil from live to s hours 't'hcu addw.iter In
-iii'dl ipian ili' mixiiie; tlioiouglily ami Unending until the delieii coiisltency is
obtaiiaal. uung to Its put It y it t ikes fr 'in thito to four dny to lie. ano nclti or
sour. Ul I Urn
LEWBS & CO., Family Grocers,
Beg to notify tlm public tint on MAY 1st thoy will move lulo the. Store,
NO.' Ill FORT STREET, "'
At present occupied
King Street, : : :
IVc b3-oo4ls-, .Dia.st 13 oool-otl,
Ke's Family Beef; kegs ami half bbK Pig Pork: Uutcrn ldoi k C U1M15 Smoked
llallli'U; () Toni'iU's; Lunch Tongueij Smoked Iieef; 11 'in-1 ("neken; Dupce
Ham. m.il Hiikjii; e iiiiue M ipb- vrup; C ihi Pt u l)lp, Fn n N-w Ollenns
Molasses; Jains; .Ir-lliisj Honey, in 'glass and tins; J!i. 1 Flour; Wheat; Mild ,
Chee o; deiinea, and it
(lent Assortment of Staple nnd Fancy Groceries. '
All on ers ic :civo Liireful
O. 15x :?'.
IS. F. Dili iniiiiam.
Prehhleut mat Malinger.
Pacific Hardware Company,-
I.lmlK'il. Kin'cehsiMH to DUIIiikIiiiiii &. Co, nntl lianiiiel .Vott.
- GOOD NIGH'".!!? "
Premium Safety Kerosene oil, 150
Recommended by the Uqvj York Board of Underwriters.
JOI ITT, 1.
tWST'. L .'
-i J. ., y . v.nn.-'. . -a
Ohandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER H0SE,ff
House Keepacus: Goods, $&i
'pilC uiiiloilKiieil bus ir.ovi'il Into iho
X oilleo ol .Mi. J. K. WUeiii.m, ulitro
lie will bu iireiiijiod to fiunisli loiue
bold n'rvantu, cillluct lilllt, dd1 Anglo.
(Jlilne.il InUirprntlnj;, .tiud.jji .gen inl(
lmaluess. (51) O111) ' SOYOG.
'.' 71S.i7ilw''?;jrrtfiy fk
X. S. IS o
the latest style, mid at reasonable p
& TARO 00,
far supeilor to any
by 0. L William".
!J A JLWW VXJJ.WJ
Belwcon Fori and Alakoa Streets.
allcntloa mid pioaipt delhery
rn .nirrg , w r r ff.
.Lis (J .-M'i;'.ri:it,
Scat elm y uml Tri-amircr.
8 Willi tafcP
. .&Jr r
-rr-r- iMr-f ,
and Tin Ware U
Til', C PPliE ANDJ
OFlitE FOtt 11ENT,
NVll.l. reiit'iiiu'.liilf of my nlllco, at'
Mo. 'ubtri Mm 1, loiiiubuil, with'-.
I iuu of iulu,ihoMes, hi u dohiriblu jiarty.;
v JPO.A. PALMRH.'''
V J . 1 . . m ilVliWkti
uj ucbfliai AUtatrilJiTtjlu