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MONDAY. APRIL 25. 1887.
Stma Mlkahalaftom ICatml
Stinr Klnau from lluuiill nml Muni
Stmr I.lkellkc from ICahultiliiiitl liana
Stinr Jus Slnkco from Knual
Schr llaluakiiln fioiiiTepeekco
Sclir KitukcaoiiU fi urn Kobala
ficlir Mary from llanmkua
Sohr Luka from llnmakua
Schr Leahl from Haiinlcl
Sclir Hob Hoy fioin Kooliiu
Sclir Ailllo Mor.'Is from Koolatt
Sola- Waichii fioin Waiulua
Ilk Lady Lampson from Sail Francisco
Stinr Leln.a from Ilaniakna,
Bclir Ktilauianu from Koliala
Sclir Maua from llonom'it
' Schr Kftwallaul from Koolati
April 25 .
Stmr Surprise for Kuan
Stmr J A Cummins for Walinanalo
Stmr Wnimnnnlo for Walanao ami
Stmr Lchua for Ilainakua at 5 p m
Stmr O It Bishop for Kapaa, Kauas at 5
cjtmr Iwalaut for Lahalna ami Ilainakua
at 4 p in
Bkluo Geo 0 Perkins for San Fran
cisco VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Ilktnc Discovery for San Fr.inelco
Hktnc Kate Flickliigcr for Siii Frau-
Stinr Klnau for YVIndwn il Ports
Stmr Llkcliko for Kaliiilul and way
Stmr Mikahala for Knunl
Schr Kulamanu for Kukalnti
Sehr .Mary for Kukalau '
Schr Knukcaouii (or Kohala
Sclir liCahl for Ilnualel
Schr Luka for Koholalcle
Schr Walehu for Wnianae
Schr Kawailanl for Kooluu
From Walanao. per Rtcauier Waima
nalo, April 23 K EtiglMi and wife, J
Cassldy, Miss K English, Mr Lo Ituo
and nml 12 deck.
From Ilainakua, per steamer Kllnuca
Hon, .pril 23 Mrs V Bell. ,
From Kauai, per steamer Mlknhnln.
April 21 Goo Tltcomb and wife, Miss .1
Molteno. F Conradt, J W Alnpnl and
wife, 0 It Willis, Mrs Apana and child,
J V Sicilian, A Iloifguard, 2 Cliincso
and 40 deck.
From Maul, per steamer Llkeliku,
April 24 is J S Hanks and child,
Miss Allco White, Jno FColburn, I) P
Klridgc, .1 Mulolgan, Miss .J McColgau,
Mrsl.ovcll, Mrs.lLvlo nnd son. Major
"W 11 Cornwell and child, WMcGurn, W
J Wright ami son. M Cauiptiii, M Cobb,
I prisoner nnd 70 deck.
From windward ports, per Rtcnmer
Klnau, April 24 -Hon S G Wilder. O N
Arnold, Chun Lung, W Ten ill, Capt G
W Wllfong, Keliohuli, Luwl Klko, .1
McGulrc, Geo Hoss, .T Cunningham. Mrs
II M Stlllmnii mid bov, Hev S i Ltihlau,
Y Alau, Ah Chan, Ten Kill, P 3f MaWeo
and 7'i deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Knlninaim 2,040 bags sugar.
Stmr Lchua.. 2,311 bags sugar.
Sclir Walehu 500 bags supir.
Sclir Kawallanl SCO bags i Ice.
Stmr Klnau 0,142 bags sugar, 200 hides,
4 horses, 1)50 goat skins, 2!) bags
ginger, and ICO pkgs of sundries.
Stmr Jas .Makee 1,8C0 b.igs sugar.
Stmr Mlknlmln 2,410 bags sugar, 23
hides, and 33 head of cattle.
Schr Mlllo Morris 370 bags rice.
Schr Hob Hoy 1 1 cords the wood.
Sclir Leahl 300 bags sugar and 3G bags
Sclir Kauikcaoiill 2,100 bags sugar.
Stmr Kllnucallou 4,800 bags sugar and
Sclir Haleaknln 1,234 bags sugar,
btmr Llkcliko 8,051 bags sugar, 174
bags taro, 1G3 bags potatoes, 30
hides and 23 bags corn.
The schooner Wuiehu was towed into
port by tho launch Montague tlil morn
ing. There was hardly any wind nt the
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Julie, Clavey
. Hktno Morning Star. Turner
Bktno Discovery, Lee
Bgtne W G Irwin, McCulloch
Am bark Timour, Biewer. sailed
from Boston Dee 17, duo May 1-20
Brit bark Cerates, from Liverpool,
duo May 1-20
Haw schr Gencinl flegcl, Panders,
from French Frlgnto Shoals, duo Nov
Am bktno Makah, from Newcastle, N
S W, due February 2S-28
lint bk Scottish Lassie, W Singer,
sailed from Liverpool Jan 10 duo May
Am bktno Hnttic S Bangs, Terrlll,
from Hongkong, duo April 10-30
Am wh bk Ohio, fioin Now Bedford,
duo March 20-30
Am bk Julia Foard, Borgam. from
San Francisco, duo at Hllo, Hawaii,
Am bk St Lucie, sailed from New
York Mnrch 20, duo September fi-30
Am bk C O Whitmore, T Thompson,
from Departure. Bav, duo May 20-30
Am bktno John Worster, from Nana
imo, B C, duo May 20-30
' Am bk Hope, D W B Peuliallow, from
Port Townsend. dno May 1-10
' Am bgtno V G Irwin, JEMcCnllooh,
from San Francisco, duo April 23-30
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tub Mikahala will call at Niiliau
Loloi: Lo Progres de l'Occnnio will
meet this ovoning nt 7 :80 o'clock.
A wklcomi: and refreshing rain is
falling, with indications of moro to
Ki:kaiia niill Hiispunded operations
on Friday and Satuiday last for
Pleasant wuatlicr about Kauai
last week, is tho repoit by tho Mika
lmln. It is pleasing to mention that Mr.
W. M. Uiflard was nblo to bo in town
Mn. J. F. Sinipbon, engineer at
Eleele plantation, Kauai, 1ms re
signed his position.
Fi.AS!u:q of lightning w!ro numer
ous and brilliant last evening, but no
thunder reached" Honolulu cats.
Tnu Jnpant'HO acrobats havc'lieen
performing for novoral nights past nt
tho Chinese theatio, to crowded
Tin: Illuo Hilibon League onteilaiii
meiit of last Snturdny night nliorded
un evening's plcnsuro to a goodly
Tun steamer Lehua, which arrived
this morning from llnmakua, brought
a broken toller from Ilakalau planta
tion. -. -
A oRAYOJf bust picture of Hon. H.
O. Wilder, by Mrs. Cotterrell, taken
from n pliotograph, is on viow at
. m .
Tiik annual meeting of tho Hawai
ian Jockey Club will tnkc place this
evening, at the Hawaiian Hotel, at
7 :30 o'clock.
Tm: case of Knaukutii vs. Dr.
Wight occupied tho nttention of tho
Supreme Court and n mixed jury tho
whole of this day.
The Btcamor Kilauen Hou will
take a roller from tho foundry for
Ilakalau plantation, on Wednesday
An'otiu'.k household furniture sale
will lake plnoo on Friday next at the
residence of E. G. Waller, and under
tho direction of Lewis .1. Levey.
Captain Leo has given up his
room in tho cabin of tho Discovery
to Mr. Towksbury nnd wife, who in
tend leaving by that vessel to-moirow
for tho States.
In the show window at Messrs.
Hollister & Co.'s, druggists, enveloped
in n glass globe, is a very pretty re
picscntation of n forest tocno after n
snow storm, produced by the action
Mn. Lowis J. Levey cautions peo
ple against detaining n white fox
ten ier slut, with black cars and tail
and black spot on the back. This
animal is probably detained by some
one, or she would return to her home.
Tin: "Herald" reports that S.
Higuctier, proprietor of ti skating
rink at Fain, Maui, has been ar
rested on n charge of selling liquor
without a license.
Tin: steamers Waialeale, C. II
Bishop and Mikahnla were at Nn
wlliwili on WcdncHlny last. It is
something unusual for three steamers
to he at one place nt the same time.
Hon. S. G. Wilder is back again to
Honolulu. Tho people of Hilo and
other places visited on Hawaii weio
evidently much "entlnibcd" by Mr.
Wilder's presence. Our Hilo corres
pondent speaks of hopes and energies
moused at that place.
Litti.k Marian Dowsctt was iivo
yours old vesterday, and commemo
rated the event by dining her relatives
and friends. , May the bright smiles
of Hint sweet chubby face never bo
dimmed by trouble and tho light
heart never lie saddened by sorrow.
Tin: "Advertiser's" Laliaiun corres"
poudeiit relates an account of one
Aclioy toying with a loaded revolver,
not knowing that it was loaded, and
the lovolvor going ofF, and striking a
clerk in tho libs, the shot gliding out
wards mid inflicting a slight wound
Aiiout 25 mules nnd horses, driven
by two prisoners, came, tearing along
King street yesterday ovening. Thoy
raised n cloud of dust Unit almost
entirely obscured them from tho viow
of people in front, and came near
causing Eovcral accidents by frighten
ing private teams.
On viow in Mr. Howett's window is
a fino now Springfield rifle, presented
by Quartermaster Hall, of tho Hono
lulu Itilles, to tho members of corps
(barring tlioso who huvo a score
record of 70 percent in any single
match) who shall niako tho highest
score with a Springfield rifle, at any
company or battalion match over tho
II. It. A. ranges up to and including
May 24, 1887.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play nt Emma Square this evening,
commencing nt 7 :30 o'clock. The
following is the programme :
March Glory Mlchiels
Overture Sphlgenla Gluck
Waltz La Ghana Bueenlossi
Selection Mnnola Lecocq
Ala Hikl Mai.
Selection Daughter of the Heglment
Walt,- Jubilee Cooto
Mazurka -Ours Ives Faust
Jlcdloy Pleas.mt Memories Beyer
A REWARD OFFERED.
On Saturday ten dollarn a head
were offered for nino Portuguese
deserters bf the whaler Ohio. No
grpat search was made by tho n'olfuq,
nnd as yet nono of tho tlesoiters
hnvo been enuglit. Yesterday, a.
party of plcnsuro seekers out Knlihi
way eamo across live of tho Ohio
snilors, who wero fortified behind n
bulwark of largo stones nnd were
ready to storm any intruders, and to
provent their capture. A hand of
native horsemen woio told of tho re
ward offered for tho sailors, hut
they turned up their noses ut 510 n
Tho new Russian magazine rillo
now being tried is stated to bo cap
able of twenty shots a nilnuto.
Fencing Is a popular fad among
fashionable women. One Now York
teacher has forty pupils,
THE OPERA HOUSE,
TAni.i:.u'5r wu rAitci:.
Tho vivid rcpic dilations present
ed on tho hoards of the Hawaiian
Opera House on Saturday ovenincr
, Inst, combined with n lcpclitlou of
IJaylo Uornnrd's farce, "On His last
Legs," again drew together a largo
mid appreciative audience. The
special object as before, was for the
benefit of the British Benevolent
Society, and tho result will consider
ably' augment the funds of that
A few minutes after 8 o'clock,
thocuitain rose for tableau No. 1,
"Marriage under tho Directory."
The figures were ideal to a degree,
and reflect the highest credit on .tho
artist, Mous. Jules Tavemier, who
grouped tho gathering. Kcinoror's
famous painting was never more
faithfully represented, whilo Mrs.
W. G. Irwin's pourtrayal of a
beautiful bride was the height of
perfection. Tableau No. 2, "Faust
and Marguerite" was enhanced by a
soprano solo, "Ho Loved Mo," by
Miss Bertha von Holt, who personi
fied Marguerite. By request, both
scene nnd air wcro repeated, tho
curtain falling amidst loud applause.
To Mrs. E. W. Jordan belongs tho
credit of tills tableau. This was
followed by tho sad an'd solemn
sccno of "Beatrice Condi on her way
to Execution," so like to naturo as
to cause a feeling of sublime
solemnity to pervade the audience.
This excellent and lifc-liko repre
sentation is due to joint efforts of
Mrs. Wodehouso and Mrs. Allen,
and is deserving of tho highe'st
praise. Raphael's Cherubs, No. -1,
presented smiling and genial features
too well known lo be mistaken, and
the ribihility was transmitted to the
audience, making Hie tout ensemble
savor rather of the ridiculous than
of the sublime. The final scene,
"The return of tho Reapers," pre
sented to viow a happy and joyous
gathering. Tho grouping was
highly artistic, nnd at tho same timo
in no way extravagant. Mrs. Atkin
son's face beamed with delight as
she stood behind the audience, nnd
witnessed the result of her labors
receive such a grand ovation. It
fully deserved the overwhelming re
ception accorded it. Alatau looked
as happy tooting on tho lluto, ns ho
does when he is driving the quill.
The tableaux vivants of 1887 will
long bo remembered as a grand
artistical and professional success,
nud would bear comparison with
the labors of more pretentious art
ists. The faico "On His Last Legs"
was played with a spirit and vim
that stamp our lady and gentleman
amateurs as actresses and actors of
a high order.SvMr. Godfrey Brown
was very comical in the rule of
Felix O'Callaghan, while Mrs.
Strong was, as usual, graceful,
arch, piquant'e, and voluble, nd
not wanting in touches of tenderness
and paternal love.
Miss King's pourtrayal of tho
staid Jvf. Monttijue, gave evidence
of a painstaking and intelligent
study, and it may be classified as a
piece of unexceptionnlly good acting.
Mr. Hasting's presentation of
Charles was better than on the pre
vious occasion, and it nffoided con
siderable amusement, particularly
when in the Doctor's hands. The
high spirits of Mr. Bishop were
somewhat heightened when ho was
presented with an Irish bouquet,
consisting of two cabbages, two
whisps of straw, a long carrot, and
two immense bunches of flowers,
which he carried off tho stage with
a feeling of cctas3 At times ho
was irresistible in vitality and super
abundant in humor. Mr. Harry von
Holt played tho staid part allotted
to him with the stolidity of an ex
perienced paterfamilias, while Mr.
Atkinson was as bright and mirthful
ns it is possible for a Doctor to bo.
The entertainment throughout
was enhanced by Mr. Berger's ap
propriate music, helping in a largo
degree to constitute the whole a
Hilo peoplo hnvo been entering
upon the enjoyment of Hilo's pros
pective prosperity lately. Various
enterprises' besides tho railroad are
talked of. One of tho first of great
public interest to bo inaugurated will
probably bo waterworks for tho place.
A. main is to be laid from a largo
spring nbovo tho town down Wui
anuoiiuo stiect. BrnnehcH will run
through School street, Pitmnu street,
Uridgu btreot, Faint street, nnd others
ns tho doninnd will justify tho under
taking. Tho pipo along Front street
is to be mado largo witli a viow to
supplying tho railroad mid tho ship
ping in port with fresh water. Other
undertakings are talked of. And, in
fact, Hilo peoplo generally aro con
gratulating themselves ami ono
another on tho advantages of being
"right on tho spot."
By tho-wiiy, our stject lamps aro a
great improvement. But like Oliver
Twist wo want more. Ono at tho head
of King street and one at each end of
Church street would bo of value to
tho public and meet with general
Tho civil engineers who aro now nt
work on tho final survey of tho rail
road have gone into eanip near Pa-
pnikou. Tho lino will probably run
clotvo to tho tlioio neaily all tho way,
A diver examining tho Jjottnui of
Wniluku river at its mouth attracted
a good deal of attention last Wednes
day, Tho examination was mado
with a viow to the feasabilityof build
ing the railroad bridge at that point.
A surveyors camp on llalai hill is
quite tv conspicuous feature of tho
landucapo back of Hilo. This imli-
We will sell for ONE WEEK ONLY,
100 Dozen White Huck Towels at 5 cents a piece !
ijmm:etvsi bhiiss jus Turkish towels!.
LADIES',. MISSES', CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' WEAR,
Which I offer at BEDKOCK PEICES.
S. EHRLICH, 63
calcs that tho survey dopnitnicnt is
awake to tho importance of having its
work at Hilo done now;
Tho brigantino Meyer and the bark
Julia Foard are tho only foreign vessels
arriving in Hilo for the past week.
The Meyer arrived last Thursday,
shortly after tho departure of the
Klnau. She brought a cargo of lum
ber for llonoapo, Kau, and sailed for
that landing on Friday moi ning.
Tho Julia Ford cwas chartered by
Capt. Matson to take the place of tho
lost Solina, temporarily. She brought
freight for Wniaken Mill Company,
Hilo Sugar Company, mid Hakalau
plantation. Some of our merchants
and others aro greatly disappointed
that she did not bring freight for
them. It sccniB that their orders did
not rcacli San Francisco so soon as
thoy expected that they would. Tho
mails aro having the blame to bear
Tfco Hnard is loading sugar for
San Francisco. She will probably be
tho noxt departure to chronicle.
Tho weather is fino, otherwise than
that tho rain has held oil' again till
the streets aro quito dusty. A littlo
more rain would bo appreciated all
through tho district.
Hilo, April 21st.
NOTES FROM HAWAII AND MAUI.
Mr. J. F. Noble, of the steamer
Kinau, has our thanks for tho follow
ing interesting notes :
Rough weather along the coast,
Tho bark Julia Foaal, Hcrgani .master,
arrived in Hilo April 19th, 14 days
from San Francisco, with cargo of gen
eral merchandise. The brig Huzzard,
Goodman master, will sail for San
Francisco on Monday or Tuesday,
with a full load of sugar.
Considerable smoke was seen issu
ing f aim the top of- Mauna Lou but
no tiro. The lato flow was smoking
in several places when tho Kinau
passed by Friday afternoon, and also
a small column of steam was rising
near tho water's edgc,wliich led those
on board to bclievo that subterranean
fires still exist, or perhaps n small
subterranean flow may bo coming
down to the sea. Reports from Ki
lauea are that a fissure has opened
in tho crater about 100 feet long by
10 or 15 feet wido, where the molten
lava is surging and boiling furiously,
and thoro is every indication of re
turning activity in tho "Caldcras."
No rain.as yet to amount to any
thing, and the planters are becoming
anxious. Hal.iw.i mid Star Mill Co.
are planting; all the other mills aro
grinding', and the output is large. It
is reported that tho "Advertiser"
special correspondent is about to leave
for tho Coast. There is a project on
foot to incorporate a Telephone Co.
to connect this district witli Ilainakua
and Hilo. Some of the stock holders
of the Hilo Telephone Co. aro there
now in tho interest of said scheme,
and it will probably bo carried to a
successful issue. tSOO shares of the
stock at 10 each haoaheady boon
subscribed for and CO telephones have
been engaged. The proposed cliargo
for the use of -telephone will bo iji.'i
per month. There aro two routes
proposed, ono by way of Niulii,
tlicnco to I'ololu and Waimanu, and
on to Waipio, which is tho torminus
of the present Co.'s wire in Ilaina
kua. Tho other is over tho mountain
via Kahuii to Waimea, where tho
company also have a station, A
surveying party started Wednesday
morning, to ascertain which would
bo tho more practicable route.
Is still under strict quarantino, al
though there are no now cases to
loport. Tho quarantine will bo raided
on Thiusday provided tjicro aro' no
new cases developed between now
! ill J Jim.' UJJBS
Is now issued and will bo found to
4ho an Interesting and coniprehcnslvo
number, containing '10 columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu ami
Island iiowa. Thoro is no bettor paper
published hi tho Kingdom to Bond to
friends abroad. Subscription 82.60
per annum, Including postage to
foreign countries. To bo had from
J. II. Sopor, Merchant Btreot,
A. M. Ilewctt, Merchant street,
and Bulletin OHlcc.
TEMPLE OF FASHION!
Just received by last steamer
and 65 Fort Street,
Lfi orders for Cartage promptly nt.
xX tended to. Particular nttention
paid to tho
Storing & Shipping
of goods In transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit at lowest prices.
Office, adjoining K. P. Adams & Co.'s
982 ly -Miitnnl T. lephono No. 19.
J. PIOPP & CO.
. 74 King Street.
Manufacturers nnd Importers of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHAIRS TO RENT
For Balls or Pnitlc3 in small or largo
891 quantities. ly.
Just Received !
Jfe .by U.irk "Saranac,'
w.KMce. -taw imwmawtWa
In UnrrelN mid Hair Itarrcls.
For Sale by
0!) aw CASTIiE &. COOKE.
NEW CANDY STORE
OIIAHLKS I.UDWIG8EX (Into fore
man of George Unas) and ALBERT
CHON wish to inform tho public that
they will open a lira-class Candy Fac
No. 66 HOTEL STREET,
About Thursday, April 21st, with a flno
French and Home-mado Candles, Novelties,
and Fancy Boxes. 12 lw
New Goods !
Has received nnd opened tip his New
Comprising it largo and well solcctcd
BuluUo for tho Benton.
These goods wore selected ill Englnnd
ly Mr. Kerr personally, nnd aro guantii.
teed to be of thu Illicit quality.
Mr, Kerr, having secured tho services
of a NEW CUTTKK, ho Is pre.
pnrod to l'ullll orders with tho utmost
23 Merchant Street.
a Complete Assortment of
Bargains at Egan & Co.'s
Ilnvlng bought the entire Stock of
Clothing; id Gents' Fmisig Goods
From the Temple of Fashion nt gicatly reduced rntej, wo now offer them to our
numerous patrons nt prices which dcy competition.
These goods aro llrst class in every respect and consist of all grades and nual.
Midi, Snitable for toe Mel U Poor ale.
In offcrilng them to our customers wo would most respectfully drnw their at
tention to the fuct that wo aro giving them tho hencllt of our cheap bargain nnd
invito tho public in general to give us a cnll and examine theso goods before pui
chnslng elsewhere. Our usual lino of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need especial comment. 50
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Gaps,
Comer Fort ft Merchant Streets, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Tho Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs tho public that from this day on lie is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in all cases the fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not' only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as the year
In Honolulu, having catered on all state occasons, as also' for select par
ties given by their lato Majesties Kamehatnelia IV, Kanichameha V, and
Lunalilo, and having the honor of supplying the present royal household
with tho delicacies producpd in my establishment j having over forty years'
practical experienco in this lino of business.
l'rrtlcal Confectioner, Pantry Uook and Ornamcnter In Hanolnln.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street.
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. (Q 3m) Honolulu, H. I.
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A large assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LIUS"DBOKGS, gS
LUBIN'S, ATKINSON'S, t$j
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
FAIUNA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
For (Sale at Iten.soiialle ;Irioepl(
m WHOLESALE AND RETAIL; "
Opposite Irwin & Co.'s
AND DKAI.EU IN