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T. 0. THRUM. Fort utreet
CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel streeet
M l'ive Cents prr Copy.
'" 'fS. S.'!Maripok is due from felri
The Choral and Quintette club met
for practice at the gymnasium last evening-
The Queen's Own corps held a
moonlight drill on the streets last eve
1 A large number of persons took advantage
of the fine moonlight last evening
for walks and riding.
' " The s'teameV Kinau, which is due
to-morrow, will probably bring some
further news in regard to the Volcano.
" The steamer Santa Maria is due
here from San Francisco to morrow.
She comes consigned to Castle &
The steamer W. G. Hall sails at
three o'clock this afternoon. She will
take a large number of persons to the
The ship Stirlingshire, the vessel that
brought the last consignment of Portuguese
laborers, sails for Portland, Oregon,
Messrs. W. McBryde, W, Monsarrat
and Ef Wodehouse, and the Merry
Makcrsfleave for Port Townsend by
the barkentine Klikitat to-morrow.
The brigantme Courtney Ford sails
for San Francisco at about ten o'clock
this morning. Any mail matter marked
"per Courtney Ford" will be sent by
.- m in 1 1
Nick Mudget, the- man arrested a
short time agofor assault and battery
on a native woman at the Half-way
House, was discharged in the Police
By a- mistake the Press stated in
yesterday's issue that thcS. S. Austra
lia was due from San Francisco. It is
not known when she is due here, owing
to the change in owners.
The whaling bark Ohio, which went
ashore about a week aco, and which
has "been undergoing repairs on the
Marine Railway, came off the Railway
yesterday, all tight and ready for sea.
Hon. R. F. Bickerton will sit to-day
at his office on Merchant street, as Commissioner
of Boundaries, for the settlement
of the boundaries of the
of Punaluu and Kaluanui, situated
ih Koolauloa, Oahu.
The Royal Hawaiian Band gave
their first concert after returning from
Hookena, Hawaii, at Emma Square
la$t evening. There was a good gathering
there notwithstanding the
at the Opera House.
" Mr. J. Lyons, the popular auctioneer,
will hold a large cash sale this morning
at ten o'clock at his salesroom on
Queen street. The sale will include
dry goods, groceries, provisions of all
kinds, crockery and glassware of all
kinds, household furniture, Mexican
and Australian saddles, etc. A valuable
family horse and a two-seated carriage
complete will also be sold.
.1 - .i M-. ii
Mr. Fred Millis gives his last two
performances in Honolulu at the
Opera House to-morrow. In the afternoon
he will give a matinee for ladies
and children, and the evening performance
will positively be the last. You
should not miss seeing this clever
gentleman, as this is the best perform
ance that has been given in Honolulu
in a long time, and it will doubtless be
a long time before as good a
will be seen here again.
On last Tuesday, a man named
Frank Metcalf was arrested, charged
with forgery. It seems that he went
to a house at Palama, where be wrote
an order for some goods on Benson,
Smith & Co., forging the name of A.
C. Smith to the order. He then sent
the order by a native, who went to th;
store of Benson, Smith & Co. and
asked for the goods, giving the order
at the same time. Mr A. C. Smith
was called in and asked if he had
signed the order, which he denied.
The native was taketi to the Statiqn
House, where he informed the police
that Metcalf had given him the order.
Metcalf was then arrested, and at his
hearing in the Police Court yesterday
he was committed for trial to the
The regular monthly meeting of the
Young Men's Christian Association
was held in their parlor last evening.
The meeting was opened by President
J. B. Atherton in the chair. Messrs.
A. F. Judd, F. J. Lowery and W. A.
Kinney wgre appointed a committee
on nominations, to nominate officers to
be elected at the next meeting, which
will be the regular annual meeting, on
the 15th of April. The President's address,
the reports of the Association
and the annual social, will be given on
lhe 22nd of April, a week after the
meetine. If Mr. Wm. Noble, the Lon
don Salvationist, who is expected by
the Mariposa to-morrow, arrives belore
jive o'clock in the evening, the usual
temperance meeting at the Bethel
Church will be omitted, and a reception
will be tendered him by the members
of the Y. M. C. A. and thp W. C.
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DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1886.
lf WWM.1 Mf ilia Vrt)'IWt v f" " '"
T. U. at the Y. M. C. A. Hall, at half-past
seven o'clock. Arrangements have
also been made, if Mr. Noble arrives in
time, foria Union Service, to be held in
the (Fort-street Chifrcn on Sunday eve
ning.,, Jrird new, members were elected,
anu iiicrepuii!) ut mc umiiiuci
in the Association showed a healthy
They say : That the weather was ex
ceedingly tropical yeterday 5 that the
latest news has not reached the streets
yet ; that it will not get out, likely, for
several days ; that the base ball boys
find it hard wprk to "catch on" after
six months' vacation ; that the racket
in the gallery of the Opera House last
Tuesday night was caused by three
Chinamen trying to get out of the
house-on account of fright when the
Chinese manikin commenced talking;
that the fashion of evening walks by
young lovers has been stopped by the
late burgjar scare; that the Government
Building is not so full of political
dreams as it was a "few months
ago ; that the men of Koolau have a
queer fashion of holding onto suar
canes'; that the weight of the testimony
is in favor of the sugar cane ;
that the new mill of Halstead's is
turning out eight tons of sugar daily ;
that the improvements on Fort .street
are makine thimrs look lively, even if
-they are not really so ; that the Rifle
boys 'all succeeded in wetting their
new uniforms day before yesterday; '
that the poi shop nuisance is again
growing apace on some of the streets ;
that the members of the Government
party all want, office ; that a citizen of
Honolulu had a fine gold watch stolen
from him a short time ago by a nonprofessional
thief; that these "boys of
ours" who kick up fun all night will
succeed in getting into ajiilikia if they
don't look out ; that the Mariposa will
be in on time next Saturday ; that the
steamer Santa Maria will, likely, be
here on the same day, consigned to
Castle & Cooke ; that'tb'ere are lots of
things in Oahu which the newspapers
have not exaggerated ; that the price
office will be advanced during the
summer months ; that the Volcano will
be active again before the news of its
extinction reaches the Coast : that the
rumor that was around town yesterday
to the effect that a house had been entered
on last Wednesday niRht aAd
robbed of several hundred dollars could
not be confirmed; that the lady who
tried to drown the music of the piuno
by "talkee to muchee" at the Opera
House.last evening, did not succeed, fcr
the reason that she received no applause;
that the people coming from
the Opera House last evening were
caucht in the rain: that Honolulu
policemen are very accomodating; that
Joe. was happy last evening; and that
half the girls in Honolulu are in love
with Mr. Millis.
Mr. Fred. V. Millis, the ventriloquist
and humorist, was greeted by a
large and enthusiastic audience last
night at the Opera House. The first
half of the programme was new with
the exception of "The Modern Troubadour,"
which was repeated by special
request. The entertainment
opened with a ventriloquial sketch entitled
"Mr. Peregrin Pattle," accompanied
by a charactersong entitled, "I can't
make it out, can you? '' In exactly 17
seconds Mr. Millis chahged the costume
worn for the character of
Klaus," a Dutch fraulein, who was
"playing tricks" mit her "loafer Conrad,
vating outside.'' It would be useless
to speak in detail of this character
or of those which followed; suffice it
to say that Mr. Millis kept the audience
in a continual roar of laughter
until the performance ended. The
bashful Dutch girl was followed by an
inimitable character sketch of the
"Country Cousin in Australia," and part
first concluded with "The Modern
Troubadour," which was certainly given,
as the programme announced, by "the
The second part of the programme
was opened by Mr. Millis introducing
his bix Merry Manikins to Royalty and
the audience, in entirely new songs and
dialogues, interspersed with witty local
hits, which repeatedly brought down
the house. Amid thunders of applause
Mr. Terrence O'Rielly and Miss Sarah
Walker repeated the song
and received a recall. During the
second part Mr. Millis gave exhibitions
ol what is called in ventriloquism,
"throwing the voice," and also imitated
a dog barking under the stage. One
01 tne uest leatures ot Air. Minis' ventriloquism
is his perfect acquaintance
with the dillerent dialects he uses.
During last night's performance he imi
tated almost perfectly the Dutch, Irish,
Australian, North of England and
Chinese languages, besides changing
the voice frequently and; repeatedly to
suit the conversation of numerous other
characters. . To-morrow afternoon and
evening will be the last opportunity of
seeing Mr. Millis in his inimitable performances.
Polloo Court Items.
Thursday; March iStli.
Three drunks, $6 each.
Maria (w), charged with deserting
her husband; ordered to return, and
pay costs $3.
M, C. Gropley, remanded from the
13th inst., charged with heedless and
furious driving; remanded until the
Ah Sau, charged with assault and
battery; remanded until to-day.
Frank Metcalf, charged with forgery;
committed for trial to the Supreme
Namara Isestki, remanded from the
161V1 inst., charged with assault and
battery; remanded until the 22nd inst.
Nick Mudget, remanded from the
r7th inst., charged with assault "and
Meeting Jim Webster, Uncle Mose
could not help being astonished at the
magnificent pants of Jim. "Dat's a
mighty fine pair ob pants for sich a
pore niggah as you am to be a wearin'."
"Yes, dey's gorgus, and no mistake."
"How much mout dey cost yer, and
whar did yer git 'em ?" "Dey mout cost
me two years in de penitentiary of I
Mr. II. Armitagt.
Dear Sir : We have just returned from a
trip to the Volcano of Kilauea per the " W.
G. Hall," via Punaluu, anil have much pleasure
in bearing testimony to the admirable
manner in which the whole arrantemcnts arc
conducted with-a view to the comfort and convenience
ol tourists. The hotel
and meals supplied by Mr. Lee of Punaluu
it would not be easy to surpass anywhere.
And at the half-way House a really first-class
meal is provided both on the up and down
journey. There is no doubt that this is by far
the most comfortable route by which to visit
We are yours truly,
. II. W. DRYSDAL.
LESLIE E. CLIFT.
P. S. This is, we had better state, quite
voluntary and unsolicited.
Honolulu, December 14, 1885.
, Vessels Expected Irom Foreign Ports.
Boston, Am. bk Jas. S, Stone Barstow
Due April 10-25. C. Brewer & Co.,
Bremen, Ger. bk Furst Bismarck. , .
Von der VririR. Due May 15-30, H.
Hackfcld & Co. Agents.
Callao, H. B. M. S. Heroine . . .
Due April 20-30.
Cai.lao, II. B. M. S. Satelite
Due April 20.-30.
Esquimalt, H. B. M. S. Triumph...
Due April 20-30.
Glasgow, Brit, bk Natuna, ,
To sail Nov. 15. F. A. Schscfer & Co
Glasgow, Brit, bk Birmah Jenns.
Loading Jan. 14. F. A. Schaefer & Co.,
Hong Kong, Am. bk Margoerita
Edwards. Due Feb. 20-30.
Liverpool, Brit, bk Lapwing, De Gruchy.
Due May 20-30. Theo. H. Davies &
Newcastle, N. S. V. Am. bktne Malay.
loading Feb. 1. Agents.
Newcastle, N. S. W. Am. bk Ciias. B.
Kenney , Due March 1-5.
Newcastle, N. S. W. Am. bktne J. A.
Falkenburg,.... Due March 1-5.
Newcastle, N. S.W. Am. ship Erioson.
loading Jan. 2a,
Newcastle, N. S, W. Am. bktne Uncle
John, 1 loading Jan. 28,
Newcastle, N. S. W. Am. bktne Katie
Flickinger, loading Jan, 28.
New Castle, N. S. W. Am. bk Sonoma
Howes, due Feb. 15-20. Hack-
feld & Co. Agents.
New Castle, N. S. V. Brii. bk Tycoon...
Rickaby. Due March 15. Wilder & Co.
New Castle, N. S. W. Nor. bk Cap Chris-
tensen . . . . , ... . Due April 1-5.
Wilder & Co. Agents.
New Castle, N. S. w. Brit, bk Star of
Devon Due March 15-20.
Wilder & Co. Agents.
New York, Am. bk Nellie M. Slade. . . ,
Gould. Due April 20-25. Castle & Cooke.
I'ort Townsend, Haw. bk Hope
Pendhallow. Due March 15-20. Lewers
& Cooke. Agents.
San Francisco, Am. S. S. Santa Maria
Due March 20. Castle &
San Frakcjsco, Am. bk CaibArien
Hubbard. Due March 15-20. "H. Hack-
feld & Co. Agents. . - : v
San Francisco, Am. S. S. Mariposa
Hayward. Due March 20. V. G Irwin
& Co. Agents.
San Francisco, Brit. S. S. Australia. . . ,
Brough. Due March 18th. H. Hack
feld & Co. Agents.
Merchant Vessels Now in Port.
Am. bktne Amelia Newhall
Am. tern W. S. Howne , 1 ..,.'.. . Paul
BRtne V. G. Irwin 1 Turner
Am. bk Ceylon Calhoun
Am. blttne KLIKirAr Cutler
Am, tern Excelsior l'iltr
Ur. ship Stirlingshire Alexander
Br. tern LorriE Fairfield ningay
Am. bk C. O. Wiiitmore Thompson
Am. bctne Courtney Ford Miller
Haw. Urig Allie Rowe.,, Phillips
Thursday, March 18th. .
Stmr C R Bishop, from Hamakua, Hawaii.
Stmr'J. I, Dcnl'sctt, from Maui,
Thursday, March 18th.
Stmr C. R. Bishop, for Waianae.
Stmr. J. I. Dowsett, for Maui.
Schr Nettie Merrill, for Lahaina, Maui,
Schr Ehukai, for Waialua.
Schr Caterjna, for the Stone Quarry.
VKSHKLS IiEAYINa THIN It AT.
Stmr W O Hall, for Maui and Hawaii.
Ship Stirlingshire, for Portland, Oregon.
Bgtne Courtney Ford, for San Francisco.
Schr Canute, for Hilo, Hawaii,
Tlje brigantine Courtney Ford sails for San
Francisco this morning, taking a full cargo of
The steamer J, I. Dowsett brought 1,500
bigs sugar from Paia, Maui, which she discharged
into the bark Ceylon. She sailed for
Paia again last evening.
The steamer Santa Maria is due here from
San Francisco to-morrow. She is a small
steamer of about 600 tons measurement, She
comes consigned to Messrs, Castle & Cooke,
The sleamer C. R. Bishop arrived from
Hamakua, Hawaii, yesterday, bringing 3,324
bags pf sugar and 16 deck passengers. She
sailed for Waianae yesterday afternoon, where
she will receive about 3,000 bags of sugar,
which she will bring to this port, returning
this evening. She sails for Hamakua to-
MANAGER. i.J. r WISEMAN.
GRAND MATINEE SATURDA Y
Doors open at 1:30. Adults. 50 cents; Children under
twelve yearsi 33 cents.
SATURDAY NIGHT, MARCH 20, 1886,
Positively the last performance. Read tke following;
Grand and triumphant success of the Relgninc
FRED. W. MILL!
Greeted ninhtly with uproarious laughter, shouts
of merriment, thunders of applause, and aching tidesl
Plenty of fun. but no vulgarity. Only one laugh,
but it lasts two hours.
New Ventriloquial Wonders!
TO-MORROW NIOHT I
GREAT RACING SONG TO-MORROW
Doors open at 7.30; to commence at 8 sharp.
Carriages may be ordered at 10:10.
F, S. Free list entirely suspended; Press excepted.
Tickets $1.00, 75 cents, and so cents. Pox plan
now open at J. H. Wiseman's, i66tw
Eegular Cash. Sale.
FRIDAY, MARCH 10. 1886,
At :o o'clock A. H., I will sell, at my salesroom,
a full line of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Crockery, Glassware, Fresh Groceries, Bags
of No. 1 Sugar.
CALA. AND MAUI POTATOES,
Onions and Corn, Jiarley and Oats, Bales of
Wrapping Paper, Cases of Pilot and Medium
ureau; a targe variety 01
One two-seated Carriage, one Horse, broken
to harness and saddle, kind. and gentle, suit
ble for a family, s
MEXICAN AND AUSTRALIAN
Sets of Harness. Cases of English Ale in
SIWBTZY, BXPJECTEJ) !
An invoice of Mrs. Sinclair's new and hand'
some art tribute to
Left London early in February for this market,
and may be due here next month.
The advance copy received can now be seen
THOS. Q. THRUM'S BOOK STORE.
Where subscriptions will be received.
BASE BALL GOODS.
League, Amateur and Practice
FIE ST QUAL. WILLOW BATS,
Men's and Boys' Sizes.
BASE BALL GUIDES FOR 1886.
-FOR SALE AT
THOS. a-. th:b,tt:m:'b,
Nuuann St., Opposite Chaplain Iane.
I am now prepared to deliver orders daily
within a radius ofUhree miles, including
Palama and Nuuanu Valley.
Families supplied with
Prime Beef and Mutton.
Corned Beef and Pickled Tongues always
Bell Telephone, 289; Mutual Tel., 289.
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stables.
Catriageifor hire at all hours of the day or uight t
alio, convey col all kinds for patties Roing around
Excellent baddlo Horses lor Ladies and Gentlemen.
Large and small omnibus for picnics and eicursisr
Earties, carrying from 10 tq 40 passengers, can alway
e secured by special arrangements.
, The Long: Branch Bathing House can always
be secured for picnic or excursion putties by applying
at the office,
TiLErnoNB No, 3,
34,-364 JAS. DODD, Proprietor.
S. M. CARTER,
Wood alld Coal Merchant.
No. 82 Kino Street.
Telephone Number, in both Companies, 187.
Wood and Coat orders are hereby solicited, and
will be delivered at any locality within the city limits.
Doparttiro Bay Coal, Nowcnstlo Goal,
Hard and Soft Wood, sawed and split, always1 on
hand, and sold in quantities to suit.
The most durable and prettiest
For Children's Clothes
Especially Boys' Suits, that you ever saw, are
lor sale by
CASTLE & COOKE.
The White House
No. 118 Street, Honolulu, between
and Kukui Streets.
Mrs. J. Vierra, Proprietress,
FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT
With and without board, by the week or month.
terms reasonable, accommodations.
THE WHITE HOUSE,
Which is situated on the outskirts of the city, is handsome
and attractive, not only Tor its style of architecture,
but for the beautifully laid out grounds in
which it stand.
All tub Kooms ahk Large and Loptv,
And no expense has been spared to render them as at
tractive as possible.
A READING ROOM,
Fitted ud with some 300 volumes, and containing one
of Kosener's Pianos, is set apart ibr guests.
is of the best the city affords, and neer wants for
tropical fruits and flowers in abundance.
A LARGE BATH WITH SHOWER ATTACHED,
and every convenience, on the premises.
Mrs. Vierra consults the comfort, of her cuests on
all occasions, and none but the repectable are admitted.
J3ISKCOJ? ito CO'S.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RECEIVE
MONEY AT THEIR SAVINGS
BANK UPON THE FOLLOWING
On sums of Five Hundred Dollars or under, from
one person, they will pay inteiest at the rate of five per
cent, per annum, from date of receipt, on all sums that
shall have remained on deposit three months, or have
een on deposit three months at the time of making up
the yearly accounts. No interest will be computed on
fractions of dollars or for fractions of a mouth.
No interest will be allowed on money withdrawn
within three months from date of depos.it.
Thirty days notice must be ghenat the Bank of an
intention to withdraw any money ; and the Depositor's
Pass-book must be produced at the same time.
No money will be paid except upon the Draft of the
Depositor, accompanied by the proper Passbook,
On the first day of September of each year, the
accounts wilt be made up, and interest on all sums that
shall have remained on deposit three months or more,
and unpaid, will be credited to the depositors and
from that date form patt of the principal.
Sums of more than Five Hundred Dollars will be
recehed, snbject to special agreement.
The Bank will be open every day in the week except
Sundys and Holidays.
BISHOP & CO.
JT. JT. Williams,
No. 102 FORT STREET.
Leading Photographer of Honolulu;
WORK FINISHED IN
.Water Colors, Crayon,
India lull or Oil
Photo. Colored. Sen.
The only complete collection ot
Books R elating to Hawaii.
Our Journal in the Pacific.
Jarvcs' History of the Hawaiian Island?.
Andrew's Hawaiian Dictionary.
Andrew's Hawaiian Grammar,
Whitney's Guide Hook.
Miss Bird's Six Months In the Sandwich Inland.
Miss Gordon Cumming's Fire Fountains.
Hawa tan Almanac and Annuals
Hawaiian Cook Hook revised edition.
Hawaiian Phrase Books.
EaSy Lessons for Hawaiians.
WOMtS OUT OF PRINT
A Pow Copies Only.
Hawaiian Club Papers.
Honolulu Directory and Historical Sketches ol the
Hassinger's Custom House Tariff and Digest.
The Islander an 8 vo. weekly Journal, March to
Together with an excellent variety of
For tale by
Tiros, a. Tnuvsx,
No, 160 Fort St
Fabbk's Assortbd Peniioluers.
FAWJR'S ANTI. NERVOUS PENHOLDERS
Knbber Holdeis, Cork Holders, Ivory and Ebony
HoldcrsK!d mounted. Ivory and Hone
Folders and Paper Cutters, Fader's Tablet
Erasers, Denison's Velvet Erasers,
Crystal Rubber, Rubber in wood
pencil shape. Thumb Tacks,
Pencil Protectors, Rubber
Hands ol various
sites, etc, etc,
rar Sale by TUOH. O. TURVSI,
No, 160 Fort Street.
NEATEST JOB PRINTING
etcutedj to order at the Paass office.
0. HALL l SOU. Li.
Keep constantly on hand
or in bulk, which they sell very
Powder, Insect, -
Polish, Stove and Knife,
Plaster of Paris,'
They alfeo keep the latest and best assortment of
Agricultural Implements and Tools
Of all Icinds, to be found in the country ; also,
1 500 and 1 300 fire test ; Lubricating Oils of every kind needed
on these Islands, and all kinds of Mill Supplies, All at
lowest market rates.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
President & Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company
No. 7 and 76 Fort $tveet.
Successors to Dillingham & Co., and Samuel
NEW GOODS BY LATE ARRIVALS : v i
Carriage Whips A large invoice at very low prices.
Bridles of superior manufacture.
A perfect success, The HICKOK CALCIUM BURNER,
60-candle power. The most
into this market.
Kerosene Oil, fresh and pure, in quantities to suit.
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, Silver Plated Ware.
New Goods constantly arriving.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Honolulu.
A LADIES' BAZAAR
-WILL BE OPENED ON OR ABOUT-
(FORMERLY WITH SAMUEL NC'TT),
Importer and Dealer in Stoves,
CHANDELIERS, LAMPS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE
FURNISHING HARDWARE, AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
AGENT HALL'S SAFE
HEAVER BLOCK, FORT STREET
Spreekels : Co,'s Birilc.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IH PORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed.
Euwt Cornet1 3?ort
Ncyf goods received by every packet from tjie Eastern Stales and Europe. Fresh Call
forrtia ' Pjoduee by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and Goods delivered
ny part ol tne city .ree ot charge, islam!
uice uox 1N0, 145 5 Telephone No, 92
the following articles, in lump
White, and Red Lead
Lamp Black, '
JAS. G. SPENCER,
Secretary & Treasurer
powerful lierht ever introduced
AND LOCK COMPANY
Store formerly occupied by 5. NOTT, opposite
orders solicited, ,atislacton guaranteed, rost