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1'MDAY. Al'ML 8. 1887.
Slmr Lclum fiom ilniiiuMm
Stun- lw Mukco from Wnliiiiao ,
Am II 8
Slmr W 0 Hull fiom Hawaii mill
Slmr Wnlule from Kituni
Ilnikuntliiu .1 A Fnlkeiibiug from
Hulir Kuwnllaiil for Kmilnti
.Stinr .Ins Slnkco for Kniiau
Sehr Llholllio for I.iihnlua
fc'tuir Lclnia for llnmakiia at i p in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND" PORTS.
Stmr Wlnleulo-2,7fl1 b.ijjs B"Sr "
Stmr I.elum-2,400 bag? m&w.
The schooner Miinuokiiwal Is lnul
foi'icpnlu. .. , ,
Hcbr Canute was loading at I.aupa
buehoc last Wednesday.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Jk Kalakana, Armstiong
HilS Alllo Itowo, riillllpt
llktno Morning Star. Turner
Jlgtno Ulaus bpiofki'l, I)i uw
MMno Planter, J'cnliniui
S S Austialla, Houdlett
"Uktne .T A Falkenbtujj. F W Cllnger
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A rmiNiHHi:i room is vacant
No. -1 Garden Lane.
Tun duxt was laid last night
At 47 Emma street aro comfortable
furnished looms to let.
Till'. Hawaiian In ig Allio Ilowo is
on tho berth for Hongkong.
iT:rtfsq Pomnaikclani's birthday
watt colebiatcd by aluauuttho Palace
Tnr.ui: will be a cpeeial meeting of
Geo. W. De Long Post, G. A. Prat
7 :I10 o'clock this evening.
Mahciiant says theio i no kind of
whiff equal to his new 5-cent "Young
Mr. .T. Magoon oilers foi salo tho
lease of five cottages, all nicely fur
nished, and in one yaid.
Tin: Hawaiian Minion Childien's
Society will meet to-moirow evening
at Kawaiahao Seminary.
Tin: criminal business of the iPolico
Court this inoining was hilling, all
cases being continued.
Skvbkat. of tho leading business
houses did not open to-day, while
others closed at noon.
An English scimon will bo delivered
at 8 o'clock this evening, at tho
Poman Catholic Cathedral.
JIu. G. W. Iloughtailing calls for
all accounts against him to bo pic
(,ci)tcd at tho Pay llorso Saloon.
Mil. James P.Castlohaswithdiawn
from the iirm of Castlo & Cooke. His
interest in tho fhm ceased on tho first
Miir. Nicoll makes an intoiesting
announcement to tho pations of tho
Fancy Dopaihncnt of Mis. Lack's
Tins being Good Friday, the Civil
business of the Police Com t was con
tinued until Wednesday next, tho
Tin: steamer Kilauea llou took 50
head of cattle from Kawaihao to the
Leper Settlement, Molokai.yesterday.
Sho is expected hero this evening.
A mketino of the stockholders of
tlio Pacific Sugar Mill will bo held
nt 11 o'clock to-morrow morning, at
tho ofllco of Mctsrs. F. A. Schaofer
Mi, t li Castlo brimr about to
leave tho kingdom, has given Ins
power of attorney to Mr. W. P.
Castle, to act for him in all matters
Tin: auction salo of household
goods at tho residence- of Mr. Fuller,
Kukuj stieet, by E. P. Adams & Co.
yesteiday, amounted to $550. lho
Tim members of tho Honolulu
Itilles who took pajt in tho exhibi
tion drill on March 25, aro requested
by tho Major to bo at thoarmoiy this
evening at 7 :30 o'clock.
Timbaik Saranao took in sugar
fiom tho old Custom HoubO this
morning, at tho lato of about 1,000
bagB an hour, caited to her on trucks,
wheeled by an anuy of natives.
Mit. Geo. Engelhardthas placed on
exhibition in Sopot's window 0110 of
his laio Orchid plants, or as Geoigo
rialls' it, lho Thaelauopsis Schilloii
jjna. Tho plant lias 03 lloAyeis, and
pia'v ho called pietty.
Tin: steamer Lehua loft hoio
Monday evening, and jotuinod just
night with 2,-lOQ hags of sugar.
Purser Sima icpoj ts splomUd weather.
Tho steamer sails again to-moirow
afternoon, at 4 o'clock, for Hakalau,
Jfouoimi and Onomea, touching at
Mahukona and Uilp, to land the
To-day being Good Friday, air.
Hoin began to turn out hot cioss
buns at ft o'clock in the nioining,and
has kept at it dining tlio day. Tho
quality is up 'to tho standaid of
founer years, as tho BuixmiN boys
testify aftor a trial, air. Horn having
boon h thoughtful as to wml a laigo
patrol to this ofllco eaily in tho morn
ing, aiuny, many thanks,
Pnor. Yarndloy will tnko part In
Major llondershot's concert to-morrow
1Ji:ino Good Friday, tho lluu.r.TW
is issued cailier ttlmn usual. Tho
Htcamer ia oil' port as we go to press.
Jilt. Jj. Adler has icccivcd GT cases
of boots and shoes, of all sizes and
Tn by say that n new candy storo
is about to ho opened in Honolulu,
on tho Eastern style, that is, have a
pi city girl to khovel out tho sweets
and Hinilojit thu boys.
Am. who dosiro reserved scats for
Major Hendeishot's entertainment,
to-mnriow night, should lose no time
in hcouring them, as they aro going
otriiku Horn's hot cro&s buns.
It is topoitcd that Company A.
of tho Honolulu Itilles will shortly
isstio a challenge to Company P. of
tho gamo corn, for a match gamoat
foot-ball, (Kugbyrulcs,) baseball, tai-get-shooting
(loon Fiiday bungs forth good
things in a-bun-dancc, even u Hot
Croui bun dance. Love's bakery bo
stowed its liberality on tho Hum.ktin
Olllce, this moining, and all hands
fcol happy, and albo thankful.
Tin: salo at Mr. J. Castle's, on
Wednesday, amounted to $2,100.
Tho piano was bought by Mr. F.
Wilhelm for $300; a painting of
Othello was told to Mr. Nakayama
for $30; tho library was sold in sets
and lots, and aggregated $250.
Tin: sci vices of a respectable man
and bis wife, with no children, may
by teemed by letter addressed
at Post Ofllco box No. 475. Tho man
undeistands driving and tho care of
horses, garden, ifco. Tho wifo will
uudfitaks any description of houso
wojk. These peoplo aro strangers
and highly lcspectablc.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL.
This day, Holy Friday (Good
Friday) at 10 a. m. Service with
tho singing of the Passion, followed
by the Veneration of the Cross. 3
p. m. tho Station of tho Cross, for
all in gcncial. G i st. the Station
of tho Cross for Portuguese. 8 r. m.
Holy Saturday, (April 9th) 7 a.
m. Service with High Mass, preced
ed by the blessing of the Baptismal
MEETING OF LIBRARY TRUSTEES.
A meeting of the Trustees of the
Honolulu Library and ' Heading
Room Association was held last
evening. The auditing committee
made a complete financial statement
of the condition of the Association's
monetary affairs for the last eight
een months, embracing all the re
ceipts and expenditures for that
period ; also, the necessary expenses
for the conduct of the institution
and its income.
OUR CLOTH CUTTER.
Mr. L. B. Kerr, the merchant
tailor, has been busy tho last day or
two opening up his new stock of
goods. Having enlarged his pre
mises, he is able to make a full dis
play. Mr. J. S. Martin, a cele
brated London cutter, arrived by
the S. S. Australia and will assist
Mr. Kerr in tho ait of manipulating
the tape lino and tho scissors.
The Hoj-al Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square to-morrow
afternoon, commencing at 4:80
o'clock. The following js tho pro
gramme: Ovortiu c Hungarian JJela
Polka Cavalier Falnbaeh
Selection -Jlellsailo Donizetti
Hymn Eastern Welly
Song Tlio Fnlms Faiuo
Walt. Manlanno Waldteufel
SALE OF BARK KALAKAUA.
In pursuance of a decree and
order of salo mado by tlio Honorable
Edward Preston, Justice of tho Sup
remo Court, tho result of certain
proceedings in Admiralty brought
by Thomas II. Patcrson against tho
bark Kalakana, the aiarslml will sell
tho said bark, her boats, tackle,
apparel and furniture) by public
auction, to-morrow, Saturday. The
salo will take place on board at noon.
The vessel is moored nt the Inter
IslandStcain Navigation Co.'s wharf.
TH3 FALKENBURG ARRIVED.
The barkentino J. A. Falkcnburg
arrived hero this morning, 34 days
from Port Townscnd, with 275,000
feet of lumber and 100,000 shingles
for aicssrs. II. Hackfeld & Co. The
Falkcnburg had somo bad weather.
Sho lost several pf her sails in tho
the straits," and was compelled to
put back for repairs. Sho passed
the capo on tho 8th of fllarch witli a
S. E. gale. Heavy weather pre
vailed to Lai. 40, when light winds
were received. Captain F. W,
Cllngcr, master of tho Falkbnburg
is accompanied by his wife.'
INAGURAL CONCERT AT THOMVS
Tho fprmal opening of Thomas
Square last evening by a moonlight
concert, was imminently successful.
The programme had been selected
spepialh' for tio opcasion, and the
music was londorod sweetly and
faultlessly. TUp ncouutlo piopor
tlos of tho pavilion aro superior to
thoso of Emma Squaro pavilion, tho
mnef. ilplleato iiassuscs being dis
tinctly heard In any part of tlio
grounds. The comet solos byJr.
aiichiels, tho sfnging of tho ''boys."
and tho instiumeiitation elicited tho
Bvnmatliles of tho luullenco, and
I wero frequently enpoml. ThpugU
not part of tlio programme, tlio con
cert was considerately oponcd with
"God Save the Queen," in recog
nition of tho historical origin, 'of tlio
nanio of the Square. Cootes Jubilee
Waltz was albo an appropriate
finale, the last notes of which sf ml
foi th the old British anthem of
His Majesty honored tho occasion
by his presence, also Major Wodo
liousc and many other distinguished
personages. Praiso was universal
ly bestowed on all who had taken
an active part in the complete ar
rangements for the public delecta
tion. The attendance of the public
was very large.
Tho German rcsideuts assembled
this morning at 1 1 o'clock, to the
number of about 80, in tho Y. M. C.
A. Hall. Tho service was conducted
in tlio German language by Ilev.
Mr. Iscnhcrg. An able and interest
ing discourse appropriate to the
day, wns delivered by Mr. Iscnbcrg
and attentively listened to by his
A NEW SCHEME.
Mr. J. J. Williams, tho energetic
photographer, has begun n grand
scheme. With his usual lack he has
obtained fiom institutions that are
patronized I13' tourists to Honolulu,
a guaranteo of monthly contributions
towards employing a live man in
San Fiancisco to work up and en
courage exclusions and .travel to
these islands. This agent will re
ceive a splendid salary; will bo
furnished with facts about the
Islands and must, of course, be a
CARD OF THANKS.
The members of the Ladies' Bene
volent Society of Foil-street Church
take pleasure in thus publicly thank
ing the ladies and gentlemen, 0110
and all, who so kindly assisted them
in the Old Folks' Concert on Friday
evening last. The limits of this little
note forbid tlio mention of any since
wo cannot mention all, who by their
cheerful, patient efforts made tho
concert so complete a success ; yet
wo cannot refrain from especially
thanking Mis. Cruzan for her untir
ing zeal and encrgyso lavishly ex
pended. We arc also deeply indebt
ed to the Press Publishing Company
for their generosity and courtesy ;
and last, to tho ever generous Hono
lulu public, whose "lend a hand"
principles wo have so often weighed
in the balance and never found want
ing. To each and nil, we express
or most hearty thanks
Emzadktii Ham., Secretary.
To-morrow (Saturday) evening's
entertainment promises to be even
more popular than those which have
preceded it. In answer to urgent
rcqucbts Mrs. Cruzan and Mr. Arm
stiong have kindly consented to re
peat "The Quaker Courtship"
which was so 'taking when given at
tho "Old Folkc's Concert;" Hono
lulu's favorite alto, Mrs. J. F.
Brown, will sing a solo, and by
special request, Mrs, Cruzan will
sing as a solo, "The Little Bow of
Blue." Headings will be given by
airs. W. L. Hopper, W. G. Arm
strong and Henry Bing. air. Cru
zan will deliver a brief address. All
aro invited. Come early so as to
secure a good scat.
All the ladies who have promised,
or are purposing to furnish refresh
ments, for the Picnic Supper on tho
grounds of Oahu College, Punuhou,
on the evening of aionday April
11th, aro hereby requested to send
their supplies (as far as possible)
before tlio hour of 2 v. st. A com
mittee will be on tlio grounds to re
All who desire to have their con
tributions sent up there for them,
may leave them at tho Ladies' Par
lor of Foit-strcct Church, from 11
to 12 o'clock, and a committee will
be there to rcceivo and forward
safely to Punahou.
All containers, baskets, plates,
platters or trays, should bo plainly
marked by labels. No napkins or
towels warranted returned, which
have not tho ownor's name distinct
ly marked. Per order of
MAJOR HENDERSHOT'S CONCERT.
Majorllcndershdt's first entertain
ment will be given nt tho Hawaiian
Opera House to-morrow night. A
long list of local talent, which lias
already acquired a creditable reputa
tion, will llguro on tho occasion.
Variety, the "Spico of Life." charac
terises tho programme, published in
this issue. Thero aro yet two or
tlireo other numbers to bo added,
which could not bo propurcd in timo
for publication to-day. t (a no
wisusp of language to call Ibis an
"attractive" programme. Major
lleudcrshot is, pf course tho central
figure This famous ilniminor ms
gained renqwu throughout tho Unit
ed States. He gave an example of
his wonderful handling of tho sticks
nt Kmma Square", last Monday even
ing, from which tho publio are satis
fied that thero is something good in
storo for tlicm to-morrow night. The
box plnn for tho cntortalnmcnt is
now open at .7. E, Brown & Co.'s,
Congressman S. S. Cox's book cm
ConstaiiHimulp ij to lm' published
TEMPLE OF FASHION!
GRAND OPENING, SATURDAY, APRIL THE 2nd ! ! !
I am prepared to hIiow one of the Largest and Best Selected Stocks of
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
ever imported into, this Kingdom. fcSr3 Special attention is called to our stock of
"Which I had manufactured
GOODS a large assortment. A large and well selected stock of BOYS' CLOTHING, in the
Latest Styles. I will sell the line at
IWCA.TTJir,A.OTUJaEI,'S COST TO IMEIF'Y OOJMETITIOIV !
Straw Hats for Girls and Boys. Traveling Trunks and Yalises a large assortment.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street, - - Opposite Irwin & Co.'s
A FAREWELL SOCIABLE.
A large number of people, resi
dents and visitors, gathered at the
home of tho Kcv. and Mrs. K. C.
Oggcl on Nuuanu avenue last even
ing, where the ladies of the Bethel
Union Church and congregation gave
a farewell reception to Mr. and Mrs.
William Waterhousc, whose purpose
it is to return on the 12th inst. to
Cedar llapids, Iowa. There was a
short musical and literary pro
gramme, in which Mr. Cleveland
lleudcrshot took part by giving a
specimen of his playing on the life.
Refreshments were served later in
tho evening. A paper was read by
Mr. J. K. Bidwcll, conveying the
appreciation on the pai t of the mem
bers of the Bethel Union Church
and congregation of the help and
sympathy manifested by Mr. and
Mrs. Watci house in all the work of
the church, and cxptcssing tho re
grets of nil their friends at their
contemplated departure. Mr. Water
house responded in behalf also of
his wife, saying that it would bo
hard for them to part witli so many
dear friends, and expressing their
best wishes for the prosperity of all
present. The testimonial which was
presented to Mr. and Mrs. Water
house was signed by tho pastor and
several members of the Bethel
Social Union. The evening was
much enjoyed by the many who
wero present and nil united in ex
pressing the hope that it may not be
long before Mr. Waterhousc and
his family will return to these
islands the homo of their ckild
hood. Aloha I
LEAVINC BY THE MARIPOSA.
Capt. Livingstone, F. E. Brown,
J. A. Buck, C. Hcbard, wife and
two daughters, P. ToomculUz, 11.
Morgunthan, Allen Herbert and
wife, L. A. Burinenheimer, A. P.
Thorpe, F. O. Townscnd, G. W.
Carey, J. II. Parke, Mrs. Trcraaino,
Mis3 N. Hemingway, Captain J. J.
By the Australia : Queen Kapio
lant and servants, Col. C. P. Iaukea
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. C.'L. Wight,
J. Rosenberg, C. F. Perkins, II. C.
Bryant, T. Princo, Mrs. Swan, Thos.
Lucas, wife and child, Mrs. M. J.
Rowell, Miss B. Maii Nowlein,
Quartermaster General Nowlein,
Col. J. II, Boyd, Aug. Herring, II.
J. Hart, F. Ridster, 1). Martin,. F.
Barwick, J. II. Sopor, Mrs. Z. K.
Meyers, J. P. Brooks, B. F. Jaquith
and wifo, Master Ross, Misses
Edith and Muudo An Id, A. Sulig
sohn, E. C. Macfarlane, E. Kcr
stcrs, J. B. Castle, wife and family,
W. Slieaef and daughter, II. G.
French, Mrs. Dame, Miss Dame,
Miss O. Haskins, N. U. White,
Miss N. White, Mrs. Geo. P. Cas
tle, two children and maid, Mrs. A.
Fuller, Miss Clara Fuller, Hon. S.
M. Damon, H. P. Baldwin, Mr. nnd
Mrs. F. A, Sohaofor, Miss II. M.
Bliss, B. E. Kinsley and wife, Mrs.
F. P. Hastings, Miss Rose Makee,
Commodore Dickerson and Mrs.
Dickcrson, Miss Maud O'Connor,
H. S. Hovey, C. A. Longfellow, J.
W. Sibley nnd wifo, J. A. Buck, T.
C. Wills and daughter, Win. Wator
houso nnd family, Mr?. Paul Neu
mann and family, R. J. Bennett
and daughter, Miss Shcpliard, Mrs.
Jas. I. Dowsett, Miss Dowsett, A.
L. Stetson, Miss Pierco, Mrs. Piorco
and child, A. L. Shaw, ty F, DiU
ingliam, T. May anfl wile, Mr. and
Mrq. V; Lewis nnd daughter.
A STRANCE RACE.
Prof. Miguel Marazta,say Natnrex
has made what seems a curious an
thropological discovery in tho Valley
of tlio Reims (Gerona) at tlio end of
the Eastern Pyrenees. There exists
in, this (Ustrlot a somewhat numer
ous group of peoplo who aro called
Nanos (dwarfs) by tlio other in
habitants, and as a matter of fact,
aro not moro than four feet in
height. Their bodies are fairly well
built, bauds and fcot small, shoul
dois and hips broad, making them
appear moro robust than they really
aro. Their features are so peculiar
that thero is no mistaking them
among others. All have rod hair ;
the face is as broad na long, with
high cleck bones', Htrongly-devclop-ciriaws
and fiat nose. Tho eyes are
arc not horizontal, but somewhat
LADIES' MISSES' AND
especially for this market, and
oblique like those of Tartars and
Chinese. A few straggling, weak
hairs are found in place of beard.
The skin is pale and ilabby. Though
the mouth is large, the lips do not
quite cover the largo projecting in
cisors. Tlio Nanos, who arc the
butt of the other inhabitants, live
entirely by themselves in Kcbas.
They intermarry only among them
selves, so that their peculiarities
continue to be reproduced. Entirely
without cdHcation, and without any
chance of improving their condition,
they lead the life of pariahs. They
know their own names, but rarely
remember those of their parents;
can hardly tell w here they live, nud
have no idea of numbers.
Wo bclicvo it is about settled that
Senator John Sherman is to publish
his autobiography. The work will
contain his reminiscences of men
and affairs during more than thirty
years of public life. Philadelphia
The French novelist, M. Hector
Malot, has taken the Crawford case
for the plot of a now work, which is
announced by the Paris papers as
about to appear immediately in the
fcuilleton in the Oil Bias. Tho
title is "Lcs Vices Irancaisc," the
use of which phrase by Mrs. Craw
ford greatly irritated public opinion
WEST, DOW & CO. have just
received it n assortment of Fur
niture, Music Goods aud Toy;, consist
ing In pun of, cheap Cano Chairs, ?( and
single Ucdetcaus nnd Towel Hacks;
Music instruction Books, Sheet Music,
Guitar Pegs, Pins, Keys and Strings,
Drum Heads; Velocipedes, Baby Car
rlnges, Doll0, Balls, Bats, Druinh, Tops,
Musks, Tooth Picks, Bird Cages, tilioo
Brushes, Comb", Toilet Sets, etc., etc.
Also, a flno lot of Ploturo Moulding
that will bo mndo up nt short notice and
at low prices. PIANOS TO BENT.
LBS. Fresh Home-Mode Chew-
luc bticlts or so-called Bar-
bcrs' 1'oIoj, und ficsh, delicious Vnnilla
and Chocolate Creams which I gunran
teo to be far superior and sold cheaper
man any imported, nt i: iiukivs rion
eer Btciim Candy Factory
nnd Ice Cream Parlor.
S PERRY'S No. 1 Famllv Flour if
ollcred for salo by GONSALVKS &
CO , Queen Street.
WE HAVE just received per Aus
tralia u new lot of Attisis' Ma
totiul, Khony Wie, Hra-ket", Calluet
Frames, Bustle Finmes, etc. And wo
nre better prepnrcd thnn over to innko
Cornices nnd Picture Frames, having
the largest and best sdoclcd stook of
Mouldings In Ihu Kingdom, Kino
Duos.' ,' ltT Stoiii:. 34
GHAS. J. FISHEL'S
1)I. liMSf'B llKAUT ItEMKDV Is n
Spc'cllle for all fonnH of Heart Dix
easo and also for DineoBoa of Kidneys
and Oiroultiaon, DoHCiijitivo hook
with oory hottlo. Houtson Smith &
Co., Au.ont, 3Q1
well worth inspection.
Tho Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PAKLOR,
Respectfully informs the public that from this day on he is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
Aid guarantees in nil cases the fullest satisfaction, as given in former
yeais, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as the year
In Honolulu, having catered on nil state occasons, as also for select par
ties given by their late Majesties Kamelianieha IV, Kamchamcha V, and
Lunalilo, and having the honor of supplying the pi csent royal household
with tlio delicacies produced in my establishment; having over forty years'
practical experience in this line of business.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Ornamcnter In lfonolala.
Factory, Store and Icecream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and
Both Telephones No 74.
IMPOItTEIl AND DKALKlt IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Port & Merchant Street;, Honolulu.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Clothing and Gents'
From the Tcmplo
of Fashion nt greatly
numorous pntrnns nt
prices which tio y i
Thcso gooda ure flnt cla In every
doing, Mable lor tie Bicb ai Poor ale.
In ofTcning them to our customers wo would moit respectfully draw their st
tcntlon to tlio fact that wo ure giving thorn tho benefit of our cheap bargain and
mrito the public in jzrnernl to give us a call nud cxamino theso goods before pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual line of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need especial comment. 68
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising tho woll-known brands of
COLGATE & CO.t ' LUNDBORGS,
LTJBIN'S, ATKINSON '
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, Sao.
Xor fSnle at Tt,easoiialle 3Pricei
Honolulu, H. I,
Egan & Co.'s
theientire'Stock df f'
reduced rate;, io now offer them to our
respect ana consist ot nil graucs anu qua!
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