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MAY fj. 188G.
Bktuo Geo 0 Perkins from San Fran
cisco Tern Eva from S.m Francisco
Stmr 0 It Bishop from Hnmnkua
Sclir NcttloMci rill from l.ahalna
Sclir Wulclui from Pala
Stmr Lchini for Windward Poits
Hilar Jus Mukec for K utal
Sclir Malolo for l.uupahoclioc
Sclir Kawnllanl for Koolmi
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Wnlehu for Pala
Sclir Nettle Meirlll for Lahalna
Stmr C It Bishop for Ilamakna nt noon
From Ilamakna, per stmr OH HMliop,
May ft A Kldd, wife and a chllilien.
Miss r.mma lilckaid, ills II Cooper ami
2 children and 10 deck.
Kor-San Fianclcco, pcrhaik Nutunn,
May 4 M Graham.
For Kunnl, per stmr Iwalani, May 1
Sam Decker, O Sclioltz, .1 M Kancakua,
F Wllliclm and about 70 deck.
For Wlndw aid I'oits, per stmr Kl
nan, Mny -I Hon 11 1'icston, AV A
Whiting, 0 XV Ashfoid, W A Kinney,
LI Cheung, F XV rehlbelir. XV II Ilnl
stcad, XV II Cuintnlngs, W 11 Daniels,
Miss Katy Ilnnoy, Itev A O Puttie,
Itev AllOstiom, wife and daughter,
Prof H ( Puiker, Mr 1'aike, Mn .1 Al
wohl, Capt J Koss, Mis .1 D.ilgle, Mis
Itanpp, M ltos, Miss A Ho, .1 B
.Tones, F XV Glade, .1 Dower, 11 A
JJIelenbcrg, Lincoln llolsteln, J Pni
Hons, K G Waller, M Si ha, and abont
The schooner Maiy Foster took
yesterday a largo Quantity of bone
meal for Kolo.t, and considerable to.il
Six bundled bigs of bone meal were
shipped on tho steamer Iwalanl yester
day for Koloa, Ktuial.
Tho three-masted schooner Halcyon
which nnled the othct day from New
castle, N S XV, with 150 tons of coal for
Irwin & Co, sailed yestciday for Kahu
lnl to dischaige.
Tho bktno Geo C Perkins, Captain
Ackerman, tin hud this moinhig, 1(1
days from San Finncl-eo with a gcneial
caigo. She linulo a good start on tliu
way but was 7 days linking 1510 miles
on account of calms and light alls.
Thebk Nntuiu sailed jeiteid.iy for
San Franchco with 1,100 tons of mer
chandise In tianslt and 17,871 bags of
sugar from this poit Her sugar
weighed 1,09.1,007 lbs and was valued at
Undo John has finished loading- and
wll sail for San Fianclsco on Fild.iy or
At Hamakuapoko, Maul, on the 2Sth
Inst., Mary KossUaxter Cowan, aged 13
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
ritOFr.sson Parker has gono to Hilo
to do tho Volcano.
.Regular monthly meeting of tho
Honolulu Rifles this ccning.
The usual services will be heltl by
Rev. Mr. Wallace, this evening, nt
St. Andrew's Cathedial.
,i 'l' coki-ek saloon will b'o opened
Saturday night one door nbo o tho
shooting galloiy, Fort sticet.
' " Thk regular monthly meeting of
thoY. M. C. A. boys will bo liolll
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
. i . .
, There will bo a rehearsal of tho
Choral and Quintette Club to-morrow
evening at 7 :30, at the Gymnasium.
( Justice Bickcrton announced, on
the opening of the Police Court this
-i, morning, that Mr. Win. S. Wond had
beon duly appointed as Clerk of tho
A half-white baseball club is
being talked of with prospects of
success. A prominent man as leader
is tho only person required to make
tho club a. " go."
Prayek-meeti.no at tho Lyceum,
this evening. Subject, "How am I
to come to Christ?" John (1 :37. A
business meeting will bo held at tho
close of tho other terviees.
Mission Concert at oit Sticet
Church vestiy this ovening. Mi. J.
A. Magoon will iead a paper on
"Tho Indians of tho United States,"
and Captain llruy will give some in
teiesting facts fioin Micronesia, with
a, summary of oenls from tho log of
, tlio Morning Stnr.
', The Campobello tioupo will givo
Wjjoir fiirowcjl concert this evening.
The oxcollentseiiesof conceits thoy
lmve already given ought to ensuio
ji full JioubO, especially us one oi mo
(hawbucks to largo audiences which
has been rcfened to, is lomoved, the
.tickets being ut lower llgurcs.
A white prisoner, Ned Dolix, made
himself scai co yesterday. It is sup
posed that ho got oil1 tho Polo, on
'""winch ho was at woilc, and stowed
iivvfty on the Natuna. If this is coi-
..- .rect. ho will nuiko his debut in San
Pruiicisco, where ho may bo induced
to 'mend his v,n.vs, and become iv
i In yesterday's report of tho Legis
lature two items weio inadvortontly
ommittcd, niunely: The President
nppointed tho Conimitteo on Miscel
laneous Petitions, nccoiding to tho
resolution of the piovimis day, as
follo)vs, Noblo .1. 1. Dow'sott, Reps. 1.
M.wiiV .7. w. Kalua. isome J. is,
'Hush. Ron. Asa Kiiulia. Mr,
gave notieo of a bill to
J053, Civil Code,
"OfAfliiAM of iVrllntiipniiiry ThiliW
by Urlrli Smith. This is one of tho
most couciso elucidations of tparl.a
mentary piact'cc ocr issued.' In tho
front of tho book is a diagram, by
which tin. procsdure of deliberativt
iiFsciuhlit'K, under almost every con
ceivably circumstance, is indicated to
tho most casual observation. The
rest of tho work consists of thirty
two pages of beautifully clear print,
elaborating parliamentary, rules.
Eui'y member of tho Hawaiian
Legislature, uiul members of all sorts
of societies, would find this book ery
useful. It id for sale by Mr. Geo. C.
WoiiD was recoived by the last
mail of rapid progress in tho con
struction of the Intel-Inland Steam
Navigation (Jo.'s new steamer, build
ing ut Fort Dliikely, and the possibi
lity of hor arrival hero about July
10th. It is fin thcr learned that Mr.
T. II. Foster will leave by the Zealan-
ilia nc.t Friday for San Francisco to
givo orders for tliu building of another
steamer identical in model to tho lost
Planter except in depth of hold,
which in tho now steamer will bo
greutei. Tho Planter's machinery,
rigging, blocks and fittings in short
eierythlng that assaed from the
wreck will be used on the now
steainer. Hoi building will be com
menced as t-oon us possible and die
is expected to nirlvo heie at tho end
of tho year.
Tin: lhitish b.uk Stai of I)oon
which aimed bore recently from
Now castle, X. S. W. with coal, and
which after dischaiging her cargo
was to sail foi Maiden Island, to load
guano for England, has been sur-
ej oil. 1 1 appears that the crow filed
a complaint with II. 11. M. Vice
Consul T. 11. Daics, Esq., alleging
that tho e.ihel was sadly in need of
icpaiis and not seaworthy. Where
upon several ollicers of II. B. M. H.
Tiiumph sunoytd the bark yestei
day morning, and judging from
tho decayed planks and timbers, tho
old ligging and sails, the topairs of
tho entire esel would necessarily
bo o.tcnsio. Mr. Davis, mute of
tho Star of l)oon, says tho only
sound timber sho has is in tho masts,
and it is probable that she will bo
sent to San Francisco in ballast for
Just opened nt tho Elite Ieo Cream
Fallot s, e. Zealandia, lino fresh
candies. 317 lw
AnTtsrs' Maleii.ils, Plaques, Panels,
Stiotcheis, Cainns, etc., etc., at King
Bios.' Art stoic. 320 Gt.
11. May it Co. hao received per
Zeal.indiu, in the ice room, fiesh Cali
fornia Roll Ruttcr, Cauliflower, Aspa
ragus, Celery, Smoked Halibut and
Salmon, bocs fresh Apples. 317 lw
West, Dow & Co. hao loceivcd e.
"Zcahindia" Reed Rockets, Pictino
Mouldings, Croquet tots, Rustic
Frames, Whisk Rrooms, Minor
Plates, Jews Haips, Sheet Music,
Clarionet Reeds, Wagons, &c, &c.
A BOOMINC INDUSTRY.
Mr. F. Horn is adding new
mncliinery and appliances to his
confectionery and bakery, greatly
inci casing the scope ami capacity
of tlio establishment. A copper for
boiling gum drops and other kinds
of sweets by steam has increased
tho production fifteen fold, and tlio
propiictor says lie has now to buy
his sugar by the ton instead of the
barrel. He has in all eighteen
copper pans employed, and is ex
pecting a thousand dollars' worth of
laboi -saving implements, for fancy
candy, from New York. The store
has been eniaiged and renovated for
the fast increasing business. It is
surprising what an amount of work
is done in such comparatively small
space. Tho success achieved is
doubtless due in part to the ndmira
bio oulcr and airangcment observed,
but mainly to the piodigious in
dustry and application of the pio
prictor. Mr. Horn has had a two
inch water plug with hoso put in his
yaid for piotection from fire. As
Air. Dodd, on one sido of him, and
Air. Fowler, on the other, have
bimil.tr piovision, the danger from
lire in Hint quarter is gie.itly re
duced. The exanipio is worthy of
being geueially followed by owners
AGIRL (Girnian piefcrred) from 12
to 1(1 vi nrs of nco, to care for two
I'hildrtii, and mnko herself generally
iifeful. Apply at
318 1 w 1 14 QUERN STKKKT.
AHOY to attend Garden work, clean
Hor-e ami Ruggy, find drive a
little. A good liomu otlerul, anil $10 a
month. Apply to J.'E. WISEMAN,
Sill Gen'l Uusiness Agtnt.
A GOOD RAIvUR, who tindcrMnnds
his business tlio.oughly. Must
bo a strictly t-ober man. To such, a
good homo and sltiulv work will be
given. Apply nt HORN'S Steam Candy
Fai tory ami llakery. 311)
r HERDI1Y lesneclfnlly notify my
1 Irluiulb anil tliu public In gtnernl,
that I have n moved my huhiuut-s to the
Hawaiian Oarringo Manufacturing Co,
wbtro I tan lio found to attend to my
eiibtomeis as usual. Solluitiug a con.
tliiuanto of their piitronngo, and thank.
Jng the public for past favors,
I um, most sincerely veins,
E. G. SCIIUMAN.
Honolulu, April 20, I860, Uiaiin
rPIIH.moriilng, from Fort Bt. Bhoot,
jL lug Gallery, a small Ausiralhn
l'AHUOT; body, slnto color, with red
about t lie neck. The Under will bo
sultablv rewnnb'd on returning snmo tn
the (111 tf) SHOOTING GALLEHY.
Under tho nupicon of the Honolulu
Library and Beading Boom.
Do not fall to hear
PROF. HORATIO G. PARKER,
of Trinity College, Toronto,
Select Classic and Humorous Programme
at Y. M. O. A. Hull,
Tuesday Evcn'g, May JLlth,
. at 8 o'clock.
ADMISSION, $1. Tickets and
grammes at J. M. Oat, Jr., fe Co 'n.
FINE COLUMBIA RIVER
Just received, pur Zealan
din, and foi sale by
ADAMS Jto CO.,
Queen Street. tin
FOR SALE BY
J. T. ffi
IVo. lO Oil ore,
A Varied Ass'm't of Kid Gloves
Wnh Doe Jersey Gloves,
Sash and other Ribbons
3181 lll,est style.
HAVING been appointed by Iho Su
preme Court the ritnrdlnn of the
person and estate of JOHN ROBELLO.
found by the Court to be incapible of
taking taro of himself, all persons nro
hciebv warned against having any deal.
Ings vvitb the Miid John ltobello, and all
panics having any claim against blm
arc hereby notified to present thu same
to J. Hyman, and nil parties owing the
snid John Rnbello arc rcipusttd to
settle with J. Hyman aforesaid.
M. A. GONSALVES,
Honolulu, April 20, 1830. 313 lm
ANYONE who is willing to give nny
assistance to those who sutlercd by
the fire of the 18th day of April, 1880, Is
hereby cordially Invited to bend his
donation to tho Hon. 8. M. Damon,
Treasurer, and notify W. C. Achl, the
Secretary, fo notice in newspapers.
H. R. H. LILIUOKALAN1, Prcs.,
II WATER HO USB, Esq., Vice.Prcs.
HOX.S. Jl DAMON, Treasurer,
W. l AOH1. Sceretury.
HON.JNO. Ii KAULUKOU,
HON. .IAS. KEAU,
REV. T. WAIAMAU. 317 tf
THE undersigned, having bten duly
appointed Administrators of Hie
Estate of AL1U (eh ). lato of Honolulu,
deceastd, notice is hereby given to all
persons to present their claims against
tho Estnto of said Allu, mndo up to
March 20, 1880, duly authenticated
whether su enrol bymoitgagcor other
wise, to J. F. Hnckfcld, at tho ofllce of
II. Ilackfeld & Co , Queen street, Houo.
lulu, within six months from the date
hereof, or they will bo forever barred,
and till persons indebted to said Estate
are hereby requested to make immediate
payment thereof to the said J. T. Ilnck.
Ml. J F. HACKFELD,
Ailin'tors of the Estate of Allu, dee'd.
Honolulu, April 13, 1880. 317 fit
BEING fully convinced that the
tc.vcnth iluy of tho week Is not tho
truo Sabbath, w filch wo are commanded
to obeivo mid ktep, I shall, an and
nfter tho first day of May, 188U, run tho
business at the
as usual, on Saturdays, until 11 Km , and
continue to sell the best of every kind
of Liquors as heretofore, not using as
an inducement to palm oil liquors of an
inferior quality, the blandishments of
Uostou Clam Chowder and other dell
(acles manufactured in a second rate
Thanking friends and the public gen
erally fur past favois, and hoping for a
continunuee of the same.
. P. L. LESLIE,
P Alnnagcr Royal Saloon.
tSS" Tho finest I'.NOLISH ALE, on
draught, HI cints n glass, iced. 317 Svv
Notice to tlio Public.
JR. WISEMAN, pioprietor of the
Central Cigar Stand, on Merchant
htreet, begs to inform the public that ho
lias ECturrd the cervices of Air. P.
HILDER, formerly at H. J. Nollo's
Restaiuiiut, who will tnku exclusive
charge of my Clgni and Tobacco Stand,
mid will endeavor to keep constantly on
hand a selection of
FINE CIGARS & TOBACCO
which, ho trusts, will bu appitclated by
the general community, Orders Irom
the other ulnnds will bo promptly at.
tended to, Patronlyo Mr. P. Wider, who
Is a thorough judge of a good Mucker's
E at' I
Haw'n T irrmgo Mm f'g Co , & 00
E.O. Hall is toon, 75
Inter.Island S. N. Co., $100
Hull Telephone, 33
Haw'n Agricultural Co., (2100
Wilder' Stcatnfeliip Co., 0100
0 Urewer&Co., ltiO
Woodlawn Daliy, 0
Vvulluku Sugar Co , W
Star Mill, 425
ltcciproclty Sugar Co, 80
L. A. THUP.STON, Stock llrokci.
39 Merchant Street IS! ly
AT n special tntctlngot tlio Hawaiian
Cairlagu Manufacturing Co. bold
this day, E. G. SCMIUMAX was elected
Sccretaty and Tie.Kiner In place of
Tbos. S. Douglas resigned.
K. G. SCHUMAN.
Scc'ry Haw,n Oairtigo Manf'g Co.
Uoiiohilu, May3id, 1830. ;I18
EKING fully convinnd Hint the
suvunlh day l tin- line Sabbath,
which we are toinuiaiidid to observe
and keep, 1 shall, on anil after the First
dny of .May, iilou my place of business
Thanking frlcmlii and the public gen
liII. for past fniorx, hot lug for u con
linii'iurc of tho mine.
:, l! lw N P. nUHGKSS.
J 12FChT WIND.MIll,, mndo by
X Bymii and .liKiku n, wiih 10 ftet
Tnwtr. Four troughs (apatili' of hold
ing 1,000 gallons nl water, soluble for
tatilc, with iMnth galanled iron
pump Will be sold clunp lurything
now. ANo, a gmul spring Cart, suitable
for u biitLhur. Foi further particulars,
apply to T, XV RAWLINS,
300 Iih Soaj) Works, Lulco,.Honolulu.
Catfle & S188D Ranch
Situate in Mnkawnn and Kula, Maui,
Ihu prnpi riy of Iho Eitutc of the late
Charles II. AlCMiuilei, will be sold, at
public auttion, in Honolulu, about ihu
Last of fiay Next.
The Property consists of nbout
30,000 Acre of Land
In Fee Simple,
600 head of Cattle, moro or less,
4,500 head of Sheop, moro or less,
C27 Maps of the laud can be seen,
and full particulars obtained at the
L. A. T11UKSTON,
805 tf 38 Merchant Street.
Just Landed !
Ev bark James S Stono,
lIMie Genuine Xiiuiltllu
For sale in lots lo cult and ut
Lowest Market Rates.
O. BREWER & Co.
Juat rcceivtd, direct from Oporto,
in wood mid bottle,
Fine Old Port in Cast-,
Porto Mimatel in discs,
Specialities in Madeira Wines:
A full assortment of California Wines
always in Stock.
GONSALVES & CO.,
309 2w Reaver Block.
C. K. MILLER,
General Business It Purchasing Aocnl-
42 Mercliant St., Honolnln.
My most faithful ntteullon will bo
given for tho
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for thel residents of tho
801 Bovorul Ulands of this -oup. fly
SOO to 1,000 Toms of
STABLE MANURE, in bulk or in bags
to suit customers.
Pacific Navigation Company. f
Jnt received, n
Ladies' Trimmed and
Plumes and Flowers, Ribbons, Satins and Plushes, every variety of
Ladle, Mifes and Infants' Undcrvvrir, Cleaning ami
Ihclng L idles and O cuts' Hats a Specialty.
I am also prepared lo do Dressmaking in tlio latest style, and at reasonable prices.
jjrOlve mo a trial. ia
MR5. J. LYONS, Proprietor.
Poi, Mush, Hot Calces, Muffins, etc.
The Flour wo are 'it present supplying is far superior to nny previously o tiered,.
and can be iiu.de Into
AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF PALATABLE DISHES
at los i-vpensu thin any other farinaceous prcpir.itions.
Highly recommended by physicians as an invaluablo diet for persons suffer,
lug from disordered slum ich or bowels, ns well as a nutritious food for tho healthy.
3J"oi Siile ly all G-roeers.
DIRROTIONS FOlt MAKINO POI. Take tho desired amount of Hour and
mix veiy ihln wl It cold wnt'tr, being 'lire there are no lumps. Confine this in a
Imi: or cloth and nimu in a kottle of boiling water, and let It continue to boll
to 2 hour, nteoiiiliig to quantity U3cd, care being taken to place a piece of per.
filiated tin nt t boiiom of the kettle M) as to prevent the cloth from burning.
When done-(wiul wiirni) Mir with a stout s-poon, milling a little water until tho
whole if well iniol. Let tils stand from live to six hours Then add water In
small ipiamltle's, niUlng thoroughly and kneading until the desired consistency is
obtained. Owing to Us purity It takes from three to four dyi to hecomo uclu or
tour. 31" 3m
OHAS. HUSTACE, aROCER, I
King Stroot, : : : :
Kegs Family Reef; kegs and halt bbls. Pig Pork; Eastern Hloek Cd fish; Smoked
Halibut; Ox Tongues; Lunch Tongues; bmoked Beef; Boned Chicken; Dupee
llmm and II icon; Ucnuino M iplo byriip; Cala Stai Orips; FiehNev Orleans
M6btb-es; Jnuii; .lidlits; Honey, iu glass nnd tins; Ho. 1 Flour; Wheat; Mild
Cheee; Itermea, and a
General feoiliiid. of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
All onleis recelvo tarcful attention and prompt delivery.
I?. O. Box :57. 'X'clepliono HO.
13. F. DlLI.IMHIAM,
President uud Mannger.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Limited. Kiiccohmiiih to IMIIIniclinm A. Co, unit Nninuel Xott.
b? OOD IVIGMIT "
Premium Safety Kerosene 00,-150"
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
fmrr-ir - -. t ,. rui at 1 1 T t ' '
Granite, iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Coods,
fpiIE lindernU'iied lias moved info tho
X olhYo of Mr. J, U, W Htm in, win re
he will be prepireil lo furiiUli Iiiuiku
hold servants, collect bills, do Anglo.
Ghlncio lulcrprellng, and a general
business. (69 On) CSOYUNG.
tir":"'' .'.' asS'.Ty'H
- L" JL j-Jj-xjKJ
Will bo delivered during July and AilgiHt.
Send orders to the
88 FORT STREET.
fine nssoitinent of
& TARO CO.
Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
. jAb. O. St'KN'CBH,
Becretnry and Treasurer.
TIH, C3PPEB AND
OFFICE FOlt KENT,
I WILL rcntone-halfof my ofllcc.'at $
No. "7 Port fctrttt, futnUlied, with ''
iisu 01 iciupnoiieb, iu n uoniruuiu puny.
J NO. A. PALMEIt,
General Agent, Honolulu.