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THURSDAY, MAY G, 1880.
Schr Ehtikal from Wninltta
Schr Wallclc from 1'aln
Stmr Dowsctt from Pnia
Sclir Valchu for Paia
Schr Ncttlo Men 111 for Lahaina
Stmr C It BHbop for Ilnmnkuu at noon
VESSELS LEAVIfin TO-MORROW.
Schr Wnllolo for Pala
Schr Ehukal for Walalua
S S Zealandla for San Francisco
Schr Eva, Wlkmiin, master, left San
Francisco April 10th, at noon. Kirst 24
hours, fresh southerly wind and cross
sea. Then had moderate N'W and X
winds up to Apt 11 21th In lat N 2(1,
long "W 114 , !I0', we got a slight blow
from SW, lasting 18 hours; tlicuco light
variable winds and calms to port; no
trado winds. Sighted Hawaii May 2nd,
4 pm; uinveu m. uuiiumm, -uuj
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LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
The Library trustees meet ut 7 :!K)
Music nt the Yoscmitu rink on
Monday, May 24, has been fixed
for putting the llaleakala ranch,
Maui, up at auction. Particulars in
Foueion jurors of the April term
aro required to call on Mr. William
Toster, Clerk of the Supremo Cottit,
for their jury fees.
Messrs. J. A. Mackenzie, plumber,
and Alex. Flohr, locksmith, have
joined tho Bell telephone exchange,
their number being -121.
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The six sailors that deserted the
Norwegian bark Apollo shortly after
licr arrival hero have not been caught
and to-day tho vessel sail with re-
cruitH shipped by Henry Hart.
The Gleaners will givo a mis
sionary concert Friday evening, at
7:30 o'clock, at tho Y. M. C. A. hall,
for tho benefit of the Kawaiahao
Seminary. Admission 25 cents.
The baseball match announced
for next Saturday Honolulu vs.
Benedict has been postponed, to
admit a cricket match on tho
grounds between tho Honolulu
Cricket Club and an eleven from the
Lahaina mill is grinding between
18 and 20 tons of sugar per day. This
season's crop, which will amount to
over 2,000 tons, will bo oil' in about
6 weeks. Tho old pioneer, Mr. J as.
Campbell, is still at Lahaina and
everything is as merry as a marriage
ZTioht before last several Chineso
boys employed as domestics in pri
vato families on Nuuanu avenuo
were waylaid by foreigners and de
manded monoy of. TIicho Chinamen
nro preparing to mako tlio highway
men sutler if tho act of Tuesday
night is repeated.
The farowcll concert of tho Cnmpo
bello troupo last night was patroniz
ed by ft moderately good house. Tho
concert itself was superb, and tho
audience testified its appreciation by
thunders of long-drawn applauso, and
by repented encores that would not
take "no" for an answer.
Last evening Engino Co. Np., 1
iiominntcd tho following Department
officers for tho Juno election: Chief
.Engineer, John Nolt; 1st Assistant,
M. D. Monsarrat; 2nd Absistant,
JKobt. More. 'Engino Co. No. 2 the
name time nominated, as Chief Engi
neer, C. 1$. Wilson ; 1st Assistant, M.
3). Monsarrat; 2nd Assibtant, Frank
The steamor C. H. Bishop, which
arrived yesterday from llamakua,
brings news of superb weathur. Ku
kuihaelo and Ilonokaa mills aioeach
grinding 17 tons of sugar per day.
Tho Ko An Hon arrived at Waipio
Monday last, and tho Kulamanu at
Ilonokaa on tho samo day. The
latter vessel was to sail yesterday
noon for Honolulu with sugar.
The erection of a lighthouso two
miles from Makcnii, Maui, by the
Wilder SteaniBhii) Co. for the Ha
waiian Government has proved a
great boon to that district. It has
two powerful lights tlireo feet apart
and is ft very durablo structure.
Before tho erection of tho lighthouso
tho landing there was very dan
gerous it being tho placo where tho
Kinau struck bometinio ago, in
curring a loss of sovcial thousand
Just opened at tho Elitolco Cream
Parlors, ox Zcalandia, lino fresh
candies. 317 lw
Aktisth' Materials, Plaques, l'unols,
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Broa Art store. 320 Gt.
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II. MAV & Co. have receivwl per
Zcnlamlia, in tho ice room, fresh Culj'
fornia Boll Butter, Cauliflower, Aspa
ragus, Celery, Biuoked Halibut and
Salmon, boxes fresli Apples. 317 lw
Come and see my now Stotson
'ilatein all shapes. Just opened, a
Jlne Uuo of Parasols and Fans, which
I will sell at veiy low figures. Also,
ilk Gloves and Mitts, in all shapes;
patent Leather Pumps (dancing
ohocs) lti lauo ami Hod, Tlio latoat
Etylcs of Millinery lecoived by every
steamer. Bo euro anil havo n look at
our most exquisite evening Honnuts
in Opera Pink, Lt. Mott'ch greon,
niyitlo green, turcois blue, lilac, an
tique, etc-., at (21) Ciiah. J. Fifliux.
EXTENSION OF FIRE LIMITS,
Section 1 of tlio bill to bo brought
before the legislature to regulate tho
re-building of the city, provides:
That pa'rt of tho oily of Honolulu,
which is bounded as follows, to wit:
By the water front ; by tho easterly
side of Matmakca street, extending
from the water front to a point ono
hundred feet maukti of the luauka
hide of Hotel street; thence on n
line one hundred feet mauka of and
parallel with Hotel street to a point
eighty feet easterly of tho Wnikiki
side of Alakea street to the water
front, including the tido lauds now
reclaimed, or which may hereafter
lie reclaimed, makai of Queen street
f i oni the land of Waikahalulu, shall
bo known as the flrp limits of Hono
At the Fort-street Church vestry,
last evening, Mr. J. A. Magoon read
an able and eloquent paper on "The
Indians of the United States,"
showing the principal theories pre
vailing as to their origin, their treat
ment by the palc-faco invaders, .the
policy of the Federal Government
in dealing with them and the off oils
in progress by Christian people for
their moral improvement.
Captain Bray gave a series of very
interesting notes about the recent
voyage of the Morning Star, among
other things reading a very stringent
prohibitory liquor law promulgated
by the chiefs on ono of the islands.
lie said that a result of the German
occupation, in tho case of at least
ono of the islands of Micronesia, is
that the fighting chiefs havo been
notified that they must behave them
selves or leave the island, and that
order, previously unknown, is es
tablished. Tho captain closed his
rcinaiks by referring to an impies
sion which seems to have got abroad
that he had superintended tho build
ing of tho Morning Star, on which
he wished to say that he had bad
nothing whatever to do with cither
the planning or building of the
vessel, she was brought to Boston,
and he was placed in command of
THE SATELLITE PARTY.
A reception and dance was given
on board II. IS. M.S. Satellite yester
day afternoon, and although the
weather was showery and disagree
able the attendance was good. The
ship's decks were sheltered by an
awning of canvas, and below this
profuse decorations of flags and
flowers. All the boats of the lleroino
and Satellite were employed in con
veying the guests to tho ship.
Among those present were the Brit
ish Commissioner Major "Wodchouse,
British Vice-Consul Mr. T. II.
Davies, Mr. Canavarro, Portuguese
Consul, Mons. Fecr, French Consul
and wife, Col. C. II, Judd, Ilifl
Majesty's Chamberlain, Sir Kichard
Musgrave, Major Haley and wife,
Mr. and Mis. T. It. "Walker, Itev.
W. II. Barnes, Mr. F. 13. Hastings,
U. S. Vico-Consul, and wife, Itev..
G. "Wallace, Captain and Mrs. Mist,
Mrs. Mackintosh, Miss Massey,
Miss Wight, Miss I). Dowsctt, Miss
Green, the Misses Wodehousc, tho
Misses Fecr, Miss Makce, Miss
A. Clcghorn, Mr. Brcaley, Miss E.
ltickard, Miss Ilawcs, Mrs. Frceth,
Miss Parke, Miss Gardinicr, Miss
lthoadcs, Miss Barnard, tho Misses
Von Holt- and Mr. T. II. Dodge.
Captain ltose and olllccrs of the Tri
umph, Capt. Blackburno nndoflieers
of the Heroine were also present.
The ltoyal 'Hawaiian Band was in at
tendance, and discoursed exeellt'nt
music throughout tho afternoon.
Dainty refreshments were served
durum the dances, and a most en
joyable time was had.
Special "Meeting British
A SPECIAL Meeting of the Multilists
of tlio Urltisli U 'itcvoknt Society
will I hi held at tlio ltrlthdi Club on
SATURDAY, May Bill, nt 7:.'I0 im., to
nmU' uriMinrcitu'tiU for celebrating the
hiitliiliivnf llei M"Jety Queen Victoria.
JA M fcrf A. K VA N KDY, Sec'y.
Hotiolnlti, May D. li-8H. iii) -It
AOIHL (Gi-riinui pioferteil) front 12
to 10 .leurs ot iige, to care for two
children, uitil make hur&elf geueially
useful. Apply at
:i!8 1 w 111 QUEEN S'l ItKET.
AHOY to uttcud Garden work, clean
Horse and Irnggy, and drlvu a
little. A good home ottered, and 10 a
month. Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
ill Gvn'l Uiislnu3 Agent.
(100D BAKKH, who undurMiimls
. hid htislucbs thoroughly. Must
bo" a btrlctly cober num. To such, a
good homo and stiwlv work will hu
given. Apply III IIUIUVD oiuiuii uiuujr
TUIH morning, from Port St, Shopt.
JL ing Gallery, a binall AtiRtiallan
FAltKOT; hotly, nhile color, with red
about the neck. Tho Under will bo
bultnbly rowanii-d on ititunilng samo to
the (Mi I lf SHOOTING GALLERY,
'X4li Nov SSujiyliuitl
Kitchen and Ball
io he oivkn uv the
MYRTLE BOAJL1 CLUB
has ni-,E:j rovrroNED u.s-rtr.
Thursday Ev'g, May 1 3.
Tickets fur silo at King Bros, and
S120J .1. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.'s. 8t
On FltlDAY, May 7 th,
At 10 A.M., nt our Snlcwom, Queen St.,
we will sell at public miction, a lot
of Household Furniture, consist.
Spring Miiltniics Mosquito Nets, Pil
lows, Hanging Lumpy, Lounges,
Curtains mid Cornices, Bureaus,
a SEWING MACHINES,
Pari of a Library of Miscellaneous
lienrlv nil good fingers; 1 lnrgc Hnngo
anil tixlures, Cook Stove unci Ulen.
slls, Ulid Cnics,
2 Larp Breefliuk Caps.
AUCTION SALE OV
CORAL, SHELLS & CURIOS.
On SATURDAY, May 8,
At 10 a.m., at the jiremiscs, corner of
Alulaa mid King kt. (tormerly occu.
pled by tho Lottvro of RrusscN), wo will
sell at "public auction, a lot of
Pink Coral Shells, nn assortment of
Mats, Kapas ana Curios.
PosltUe mle. GoorlB on Exlilbltion,
Thursday, May 0, lh80.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
018 fit Auctioneers
Valuable Land in
Nuuanu Valley at Auction.
On SATURDAY, May 8tli,
At 12 o'clock, noon, at our Salesroom,
Queen street, wo will sell at pitliNc mic
tion, all that flue tract of Laud known an
Hi of Kahapaakai,
situated in Nuuanu Valley, time tulles
from King street, containing U4 78100
acies. This land fronts ou the Nuuanu
Government Komi, and is well fenced.
There are on the laud
A Dwelling Houso, Chicken House, etc.
A btream of trosh water runs through
tho place. This oll'errt a desirable
chditeo for liiVcjtniunt. Title perfect,
terms at Bale.
f HEKEBY respectfully notify my
X friends and tiie public in general,
that I have removed my business to thu
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Co ,
where I can lie found fa attend to my
customcM as usual. GoMclting a con.
l! nuance of their patronage, ami thank,
lug the public for past favors,
1 am, most blnccrely vours,
E. G. 6CHU.MAN.
Honolulu, April 211, 188U. :iii lm
FINE COLUMBIA RIVER
S A.X-.BJCOIV 1
Jiiit received, pir ealan.
dla, and lot Bale by
AWAMS & CO.,
Queen htrtol. lm
HAVING been appointed by the Su.
preme Court the guardians of the
peroon and pstato of JOHN ROBELLO.
found by the Court to bo Incapable of
taking euro of himself, all persons arc.
hotoliy warned against having any deal,
lugs with tho haid John Hobello, and all
parties having any claim against lilm
are heroby nnillleil to present the same
to J. Hynian, and all parlies owing the
laid John Robello are requested to
settle with J. Hynian aforcr,aid.
M. A. GONSALVKS,
Honolulu, April 20, 1880. 312 lm
ANYONE who Is willing to give any
assistance to those who nulleri'd by
thu fire of tho lbth day of April, 18SU, Is
hereby cordially Invited to bend his
donation to tho Hon. 8. M. Damon,
Trcnxtirar, and notify W. O. Achl, tho
Secretary, for notice In newspapers.
II. It. H. LILIUOKALAN1, Pres.,
H.WATERHOUSE, Esq., Vlce.Pres.
HON.S, M PAMON, Treasurer,
HON.JNO, L. KAULUKOU,
HON. JAB. KEAU,
$ 00 100
Ml 00 100
Hnw'n (! irrmg' Stun f'c Co ,
H.O. Hill & Son,
lnter-lKlnnd S. N. Co.,
llnw'u Afrrfiuluiial Co.,
Wilder' Hleaiililp Co.,
O Biewer & Co.,
Walliiku SiiKiir Co.,
Keclproclty ritiRar Co.,
L. A. THURSTON, Stuck Brokui.
:S Mprclinnt htiri-t lfil ly
AT a special meeting of the Hawaiian
Carriage Miiiiuliietuihi Co. held
this day, K. O. SfHUMAN was elected
Secretary and Tieauier In place of
Thog. S. Douglas leslgncd.
K. O. SCHUMAX,
Scc'ry Haw,u (irriaKo Mauf'g Co.
Honolulu, .May Ilrd, 1S(!. :I18
Under the ausplri" of the Honolulu
Library mid Heading Kooni.
Do not fail to hear
PROF. HORATIO G. PARKER,
of Trinity College, Toronto,
Select Classic and Humorous Programmo
atY. M. C.A.Hall,
Tuesday Even's, May lltli,
at H o'('liok.
ADMISSION, 1. Ticketi and pro.
giammci at J. M. Oat, Jr., A- Co '.
BEING fully convinred that thu
seventh day U the trues S-tlibath,
which we mi- commanded to observe
ami keep, I shall, on and after the First
dny of May, close my placo of business
Tliatiking friends and the public gen
erally for p.ist favors, hoping for a eon.
tlntiunce of the tame.
aic lw n. p. mjiiGESs.
FOlt SALE BY
No. IO .Stoi-c,
A Varied Ass'm't of Kid Gloves
Wash Doc Jersey Gloves,
Sash and other Ribbons
318 latest stylet.
Notice to the Public.
JE. WlbKMAN, proprietor of the
t Contra Cigar Stand, on Merchant
stieet, begs to iiitorm the public that he
has secured tho services of Sir. F.
HILDEH, foimerly at II. J. Note's
Restaurant, who will take exclusive
charge of my Cigar and Tobacco Stand,
and will endeavor to keep constantly on
hand n selection of
FINE CIGARS & TOBACCO
which, lie trusts, will bo appreciated by
the general community, unlers lrom
the other islands will lm promptly at
tended to. l'utroniru Mr. P. Illldcr, who
is it thorough judge of a good Mucker's
i!0C.lm J. K. WISEMAN.
Ex bark James S. Stone,
IMio Genuine ITruiilcIiii
For sulo in lots to suit and at
Loue.st Market Itatcs.
O. BREWER & Co.
EING fnllv eonUnced that the
seventh dny of the week In not tho
true Sihhaih, widi'li vo areconiiiiaiideil
to oliAervn und k'cp, I nlmll, on and
after tint llr.t il.iy of May, 1830, run thu
business al the
its usual, on Saturd lys, until 1 1 I'.m , and
cnntlnuo to tell the bet of every kind
of Liquors as huietolore, mil u.-iug us
tin inducement to palm oH'li()unrs of nn
inferior quality, thu bluiidlbhinents of
Boston Chun Chowder and other dell,
cades tnanufactnied in a second rate
Thanking friends (mil tho public gen
erally f-r past favois, and hoping for a
contfnuauco of the fcixnic.
P. L. LESLIE,
Manager Royal Saloon.
t3T The (Inesi ENGLISH ALE, on
draught. 1 0 cent a glum, loud. i17 '2w
C. K. MILLER,
Qonoral Business & Purchasing Agent.
42 Mercliaat St., Honolaln.
My most faithful attenlloii will be
given for the
Purchase ol Merchandise,
in Honolulu for tnu residents of tho
ISO several Islands of this group, fly
i m f mnniiAiTciw j
l .yi,j... , ..,,,,T;. -( .. , ..ClW" Tr'
SOO to 1,000 Tons of
STABLE MANURE, in bulk or in bags
to suit cuAtomvra.
Pacific Navigation Company.
.Jii'-t received, a lino
Ladies' Trimmed and
l'lumcs and Flowers, Itlblinn.u, Satins and I'lmhes, every variety of
Ij'idle, Missus anil Infants' Underwoir. Cleaning und
Dyeing Ladles and Genu' Hats a Specialty.
t am also prepared to do Dressmaking In tho latest styles, and at reasonable prices.
lOr Give mo a trial, -a
KIRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
Poi, Mush, Hot Cakes, Muffins, etc.
Tho Plour we are at present supplying li far superior to any iLVlously oirercd,
and can bo made Into
AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF PALATABLE DISHES
nt lo expense than any other farinaceous preparations.
Highly reeoinmi-iidoil by physicians as an Invaluable diet for persons suffer,
lug from disordered ftom-icli or bowels, as welt m a nutritious food for thu healthy.
For Sale ly all Grocers.
DIItECTIONS FOR MAKING POL Take tho desired amount of Hour and
mix veiy ihln wlili cold waf.'r, being sure theio arc no lumps. Conllne this In a
bag or cloth und pi.i c in u lioltle of boiling water, and let it continue to boil
to xyz hours, neio iliug to quantity used, care being taken to place a picco of per
foraud tlnait'i- lmiinm of the kettle ro as to prevent the cloth from burning.
When dime (Winn . cm) Mir with n stout spoon, adding a little water until tho
wlioln Is well ini.ul. List t .is stand from (Uo to vlx hours Then add water In
Miiall quantities, mixing thoroughly and kncudlag until the desired consistency is
obtained. Owing to Us purity It takes from threu to four dnys to become acid or
sour. lit!! !lm
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King Street, : : : : Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
Wot Goods, .Tnt Iteceivocl,
Kegs Family H(.cf j ia-gs and half bbls. Pig Pork; Eastern lllock Cidll'li; Smoked
Halibut; Ox Tongues; Lunch Tongues; Smoked Hcef; Buneil Clilckcu; Dupee
Ilnms noil I'ai.-oi'i; iicuuino M-tple Syrup; Cala Stat Drips; Pre li New Orleans
Mobiles; J mis; Jellies; Honey, in ghus and tins; Xo. 1 Plour; Wheat; Mild
Chcc:o; Ocriuca, and a
General feoi'taiit of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
All orders receive larcful attention and prompt delivery.
P. O. Box :ir.
li. P. DlLMNUIIAM,
President and Malinger.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Limited. Kimm'Phhiii-h to Illlllnuliuni &. Co, find Hniniii'l Nott.
.. GOOD NIG-HT "
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
JOIIOTT,! 8 "Kaaiiumanu Street.;!'
Granite, iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
THE undersigned has moved into tho
ollleo of ilr. J. E. Wiseman, where
ho will bo prepired to furnish hoiuc.
hold servants, collect bills, do Anglo.
Chinese lulorpretluiii and a general
buiincss. (59 Urn) SOYONG.
Will bo delivered (iurintr .Inly and August,
huml orders to tho
& TARO GO.
Jab. G. Si'EKCKti,
Secretary and Treasurer.
TIN, COPPER AND
OFFICE FOlt ItENT,
I WILL rent one-half of my ollleo, nt
No. 77 Porl fall oct, furnished, with
use of telephones, to a desirable party.
JNO. A. PALMElt,
b08 General Agent, Honolulu,,
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