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TM Cents per Copy.
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! Person using charcoal would do
well to call on S. M. Carter, who has
always on hand charcoal from the best
of Island woods; sold in quantities to
suit. Orders received for the above
will be promptly attended to.
Look out for that funny whistle on
the' Mararoa to-day.
H. B. M. S. Triumph
pected to arrive here.
Steamer Mararoa due to-day with
news to date of the ioth.
Only two arrests were made up to
eight o'clock last evening.
The steamer W. G. Hall brings news
of rjo change in the Volcano, it still
remaining as last reported.
Look out for the game at the Makiki
grounds between the Honolulus and
Benedicts. A sharp contest may be
The&Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will meet at the residence of
Dr. C. M. "Hyde, this evening, Satur
day, April 17 th.
Messrs. .Benson, Smith & Co. have
just received 'a large invoice, direct
from the -manufacturers of Burnett's
Cocoaine, for hair dressing.
Last night the streets were enlivened
by the presence of sailors from the
men-of-war. So far as we noticed the
men were orderly and well behaved.
The canvas was taken down and a
general cleaning up took place yesterday
at the Bethel Church. Nothing
now remains to commemorate the
The missionary steam barkentine
Morning btar, Captain iiray, is now
due here from Micronesia. It is re
ported that Captain Bray will resign
command of the Morning Star on his
The continuation of the Hawaiian
legend entiled "Keinohoomanawanui
ane Kalelealuaka," which was commenced
in yesterday's Press has been
crowded out, but will appear in next
The young men's Bible class will
meet in the Y. M. C. A parlor at 9:45
o'clock to-morrow morning. The Gospel
praise service will be held in the
hall at half-past six o'clock to-morrow
evening. All are invited.
The King's Own had a street drill last
night at Armory Square. There were
two companies A., Captain Nowlein,
and B., Captain Clarke. The parade
passed off pleasantly and was witnessed
by a detachment of cavalry.
Mr. J. Lyons, the auctioneer, will
hold his regular cash sale at his salesroom,
corner of Fort and Queen
streets, at ten o'clock this morning.
Among other things will be sold dry
goods, groceries, potatoes, etc.
The sloop Sararywhich formerly ran
between this port and Pearl River, capsized
off Nanakuli Point, Waianae, yesterday
morning. At the time she capsized
a white man and two native
sailors were aboard, but all were able
to swim ashore.
Captain O'Connor, who has been in
command of the Queen's Own corps
since May of last year, leaves for the.
Colonies by the S. S. Mararoa, which
is due to-day. He goes to fill an
appointment in the Colonies. The
Press wishes the captain ton voyage
and good luck in his new field of labor.
The sale of the stock and fixtures of
Mcller & Halbe's confetionery store
yesterday, was attended by a fair
crowd of intending purchasers, includ
ing both candy and ice cream manu
"iacturers and lovers of sweetmeats. It
was amusing to see the neat manner in
which a resident was bid up on the
The Royal Hawaiian Band will play
this afternoon at half past four o'clock
at "Emma Square. Another concert
will be given next Monday evening at
the same place at half past seven
o'clock. This afternoon's programme
will be as follows:
March. The Crown Trince, (new). . .Wagner.
Overture. Rubezahl Flotow,
Polka. Love and Truth Welcker.
Selection. Welch Melodies, (by request). Hare.
Waltz. The Mikado, (by request), . Sullivan.
Lancers. The Mikado, (by request). Sullivan.
- I I I -. II
There will be some choice music at
the Fort-street Church Sunday evening.
Prof. Yarndley's choir will render an
, instrumental voluntary for organ, violin,
and cornet, by Spohr ; Sentence, "God
nf thi. Fatherless." bv Weber; Anthem,
"jubilate," by Boyce and Mendelssohn;
RKnnni. "Thou Earth Waft Sweet
Tnpt. hv Snohr. The concrega
ionnl sinrrintr. which is such a marked
feature of these services, will be led by
the choir and orchestra. Pastor
sermon will have for its theme
"An Important Question Answered."
Seats free to all. Bible school at 9:45.
Public worship at 11. A. m., to which all
are invited, 'and will be cordially welcomed.
Mr. Noble will speak at the Iron
Works at 12:30 to-day. And by special
request he will address the employees
and till other friends in a farewell meeting
in the Y. M. C. A. lull at 7:30 this
evening, unless prevented by the departure
of the steamer for the Cnlouic.
The meeting will be open to ladies a:id
gentlemen. All are invited.
Some time last November Marshal
Soper made a descent on the premises
of the Tong Hone Society. Ah
Choy's privacy was disturbed to such
an extent, and he was assaulted to
such a degree, that he descended on
the Marshal with a suit for $1,000
damages. At the trial yesterday the
jury awarded Ah Choy $125, and great
was his joy.
At ten o'clock next Monday
morning, Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co.,
will sell the entire equipments of the
blacksmith shop of C. C. Coleman, 911
King street adjoining the store of Castle
& Cooke. They will also sell the
lease of the premises, having three
years, with the privilege of eight years,
to run. For catalogue of sale and all
other information apply to Messrs.
Ash ford & Ash ford, attorneys at law.
Should the steamship Mararoa not
leave this port for Australia until about
midnight to-morrow, Mr. William Noble
of London, has kindly consented
to give his IcCst address in Honolulu at
the evening service of the Bethel Union
Church, beginning at 7:30 o'clock, to
which all are cordially invited. Sunday
school at 9:45 a. M. Lesson, "The
First Miracle." John 2:1-11. Services,
with a sermon by Rev. E1 C.
Oggel, the pastor, at 1 1 o'clock a. m.
Officers and 'crews of steamships and
sailing vessels cordially welcome.
Holy Week Cathedral services for
the coming week : On the first four
days Holy Communion at half-past
six o'clock ; matins at nine ; evensong
and address at seven ; extra service
Wednesday afternoon at half-past four;
Good Friday, ante-communion office
at half-past six in the morning ; matins
and sermon at half-past nine ; meditations
on the seven words at half-past
one in the afternoon ; evensong and
sermon at half-past seven ; on Saturday
matins and ante-communion office
at half-past six in the morning and
evensong at seven o'clock p. m.
The Honolulu Rifles, Captain Mc-
j Leod, had a skirmish drill in front of the
Custom House last evening. I he precii
sion with which the movements
were executed reflects credit on the
captain, and shows that interest is yet
alive in the company. After the drill
a meeting was held at the armory, at
which C. Wilder and A. Robertson
were elected members. The pro
gramme for the near future includes a
full dress inspection and eallery rifle
practice on Wednesday evening next,
and some early target practic on the
range, at which two beautiful medals
will be competed for. These medals,
gold and silver respectively, were on
view last evening. They are from the
jewelry establishment of Spear &
Pfeiffer, and are models of art.
The "daisy" party came off last night
at the Yosemite Rink in honor of the
contemplated departure of Mr. Thos.
Wall for Australia on the Mararoa today.
There was a large attendance of
Mr. Wall's friends. The ladies (bless
'em) brightened things up by their participation.
There was also a large
sprinkling of men-of-war's men, whose
costume added picturesqueness to the
scene. Skating and dancing to the
exhilarating strains of the Hawaiian
band was the order of the evening.
The generous turn out shows Mr.
Wall's popularity among our pleasure
seekers and no doubt a larger crowd
still would -assemble to welcome him
back should he return. We need
add nothing to the God speed which
will be said by his many well wishers.
The rink will be conducted in future
by his brother.
They say : That there is political
fun ahead ; that the men-of-war's men
are great readers of newspapers; that
p. wav to have a auiet time in
Honolulu is to go out for fun ; that the
man-of-war Heroine made an early call
yesterday; that ten guns salute and
seven don't ; that some people take a
long time to find this out ; that the
Queen's Own will soon lose their captain
; that the wind-mill system of irrigation
is the only one suitable for
Oahu ; that the men who thrive upon
the drippings of the Government
Treasury are the ones who would
go back on the King first, if it paid ;
that the new native song played by the
band, for the first time in public, night
before last, took immensely with the
audience ; that it is hoped the band
will repeat it next Monday night ; that
the Y. M. C. A. will give the British
tars an entertainment before tliey leave;
that the rumored split jn the Cabinet
has been healed with fine promises ;
that the many complaints about the
Waikiki bridge are said to have caused
the Road Supervisor to laugh derisive-Iv
: that the departure of the Mararoa
will be enlivened with a flourish of
trumpets; that the new officials declare
their chairs are quite easy, though
a little awkward; that the Supreme
Court is having a busy April term ;
that the "outsiders" stll continue illicit
liquor selling in Honolulu; that the
officers do pot attempt' to sjop it, be
cause, being mortals, tney get dry on
Sundays ; that the taro flour business
is looking up; that the industry is to
be pushed to a successful consummation
; that the shooting gallery is to be
a permanent success, if it is judged
from the nightly patronage it has; that
the Y. M. C. A. will hold art interesting
meeting next week ; that the result
of too much government is being felt
in Hawaii j that the new store on Fort
street will be finished by the middle of
May ; that the "great Suggester"
great honors for Jim Dodd ; that
it is certainly a mystery why industry is
taxed in Hawaii while political usury
passes scot free j and that the greater
mystery will be, why none of the "suggestions"
of the Advertiser will be carried
out. - ...
H. B. M. S. "Heroine'"arrivcd here
at" 10 a. it. yesterday. She left
at 1:45 r. M. about four hours
after the departure of the "Satellite."
The voyage of these two vessels was in
the nature of a race. I lie "Heroine"
sighted the "Satellite" at 10 a. jr.,
March 13th. That was the last view
obtained of her until the "Heroine"
steamed into Honolulu, The officers
report fair weather until the last eight
days, when strong north-easterly trades
were encountered. The "Heroine" is
.1 composite screw corvette of 1,420
tons burden, with a steaming capacity
of 14 4-5 knots per hour. Following
is a list of the officers:
Captain Francis R. Blackburne.
Lieutenant Albert C. Allen.
Lieutenant Charles S. Nedham.
Lieutenant Dayrell Davis.
Lieutenant J. F. Lea, (acting).
Chaplain and Naval Instructor Rev. Geo.
StafT Surgeon Jno. A. Robertson.
Paymaster Edward S. Newenham.
Assistant Paymaster Chas. E. C. Webb.
.Chief Engineer Charles W. Nibbs.
Gunner Wm. II. Rodgers.
Boatswain Wm. J. Clements.
Midshipmen W. F. Slaytcr, S. M. Agncw,
H. A. Child, W. B. Macdonald and W. H.C.
The last three are merely passengers
for the "Triumph." In company with
her sister ship, the "Satellite," she will
proceed to Hong Kong to pay off on
the arrival of the Admiral. The ship
carries eight guns and has a complement
of one hundred and fifty-nine
active, manly-looking fellows. This is
the first visit of the "Heroine" to
Honolulu and we hope their stay will
be pleasant to them and worth remem
A Disputed Point.
There was a lull in business at the
Custom House yesterday. Several
local scientists were engaged in a discussion
of the Solar System, Heat as a
source of Motion, the Darwinian Theory,
and "sich." At length one scientist
in mentioning the name Galileo
pronounced it with the accent on the
penult. A shout of derision stopped
him. "My dear friend," said a philosopher
of great weight, "that word is
pronounced Gal-il-e-o." "I hear what
you say, my illustrated contemporary,"
retorted the first speaker. "But I beg
to inform you that Galileo, a native of
Galileo, is pronounced Gal-e-le-o."
Everybody was appealed to to settle the
dispute, except Webster, who decides
in favor of the first speaker except as toJ
nativity. 1 he discussion waxed warmer
and warmer. Planets, empires, kingdoms,
principalities, meteors, suns, satellites
passed in kaleidoscopic succession
before the mental view. Finally one
enthusiast burst out : "Oh, what is
man ?" "Man," said the heavy weight
philosopher calmly and with the confidence
of a man who knows thoroughly
what he is talking about, "Man is
gradually evolved from a microscopic
spherule of unorganized protoplasm."
At this moment a dog fight caused a
precipitate adjournment of all the sur
Editor Daily Honolulu Press.
Dear Sir. Suggestions being the
order of the day it may not be amiss
to suggest, that some labor-loving
book worm prepare an index of the
contents of works pertaining to Hawaii.
It is a remarkable ommission in nearly
all such works issued, from Jarvis' history
down to Dutton's Hawaiian Volcanoes,
that a table of contents is even
a rare accompaniment. It would probably
be hard to find an equal number
of works bearing on any one subject
so uniformly deficient on this point. It
is to be hoped that future writers on
Hawaiian subjects and publishers will
see to this great aid to the value ot
Honolulu, April 16, 1886.
Pollco Court Iteini.
Friday, April 16th.
Ah Chan, remanded from the 14th
inst., charged with larceny; nolle pros.
Auna (k), and Meheula (w), charged
with adultery; Auna fined $30 and $1
costs. Meheula fined $15 and $1
are you searching for so in-
asked one dead-broke, of
another. "Temperance paper do not
bother me 'm looking for the place."
"What place, str?" 'The article is
headed, Too Much Beer,' and 1 want
to find out where it is." -Judge.
The poet Whittier thinks Mr. Cleveland
better than his party. Well
wonder how the party thinks ' ? We will
wager our duster that the party does
not agree with the poet; but then
poets are seldom good judges of men.
The man who has the courage to
discuss politics with his wife would not
shrink from contradicting his mother-
in-law on matters relating to the proper
management of babies. But such a
man rarely dies of old ace.- Fall River
ISITJNG CARDS, BUSINESS CARDS
cn b had to order at the
PRESS PUBLISHING COS. OFFICK
DAILY HONOLULU T PRESS, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1886.
Vesseli Expected from foreign Ports.
BREMEN, Gcr, bk Furst Bismarck, Von dcr
Vring. Due May 15-20. II. Hackfeld &
ESQUIMALT, II. B. M. S. Triumph. Due
Glasgow, Brit, bk Birmah, Jenns. Due July
1-5. F. A. Schaefer & Co., Agents.
Liverpool, Brit, bk Lapwing, De Gruchy.
Due May 23-30. Theo. II. Davie & Co,,
Liverpool, Br. ship Isle of Erin, Nicholson.
Loading1 March 10.
Micronesia, Am. steam bktn Morning Star,
Bray. Now due. E.O.Hall & Son, Agents.
Newcastle, N. S. W., Am. bktnc Malay,
Rust. Loading Feb. 1. Agents.
Newcastle, N. S. W. Am, ship Ericson,
Plummer. Loading Jan. 28.
Newcastle, N. S. W. Brit, bk Star of
Devon, Mockett. Now due. Wilder &
Newcastle, N. S. W., Am. bktne C. C.
Funk, Glascr. Loading Feb. l.
, S, W., Am. bktne Uncle
S. W., Am. tern Wm
Newcastle. N. S." W., Am. ship
Davenport, Howland. Due now. -
Newcastle, N, S. V Am. bk Makah,
Thompson. Loading Match 23.
Newcastle, N. S. W., Riji,
Loading March 23. Wilder & Co., Agents.
Newcastle, N. S. W., Nor. bk Jalsaljarcr,
Stoesen. Due April 20-25.
New York, Am. bk Nellie M. Slade, Gould.
Due April 20-25. Castle & Cooke, Agents.
San Francisco, Br. S. S. Mararoa, Edie.
Due to-day. W. G. Irwin & Co.,
San Francisco, Am. bktne W. H.Dimond,
Houdlett. Now due. W. G. Irwin & Co.,
San Francisco, Am. bk Forest Queen,
Winding. Due April 20-25. H. Hackfeld
& Co., Agents.
San Francisco, Am. bktne Mary Winkel-man,
Backus. To follow Forest Queen.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Agents.
San Francisco, Am. bk F. S. Thompson,
Potter. Loading March 27. For Kahului.
San Francisco, Am. schr Ida Schnaucr,
Robertson. Loading March 27. Kahului.
San Francisco, Am. S. S. City of Rio
de Janeiro, Cobb. Due April 21. H. Hackfeld
& Co., Agents. " ,
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
H. B. M. S. Heroine Blackburne
H. B. M. S. Satellite Allington
Am. bk SONOMA ....Howes.
Br. bk Natuna , Grahn.
Am. bktne Ella Howe.
Am. bk Jas. S. Stone , Barstow.
Am bktne Katie Flikinger
Am bk Charles B. Kenny -..Kahler
Ger bk Apollo , Groth
A 11 It IV A LS.
Friday, April 16th.
H. B. M. S. Heroine from Coquimbo.
Stmr W G Hall, from Maui and Hawaii.
Schr Kauikeaouli, from Kohala, Hawaii.
Schr Rainbow, from Koolau.
Friday, April 16th.
Stmr James Makee, for Kauai.
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAT,
Stmr Kilauea Hou, for Hamakua, Hawaii.
Schr Haleakala, (or Pepeekeo, Hawaii.
Schr Manuokawai, for Koolau.
Schr Leahi, for Kohalalele, Hawaii.
Hall, Friday, i
and child, Mrs J
PASS EX OE11S.
Kaai, and 54 deck
and Hawaii, per steamer W G
pnl lb Mrs inos U'linen
K Solomona and child, Mrs
The S. S. Mararoa is due from San Fran
The steamer James Makec sailed for Kauai
The hark Chas. B. Kenny was moved to the
Pacific Mail whatf yesterday forenoon.
The steamer Kilauea Hou discharged her
2,780 bags sugar which she brought from
Hamakua, into the Oceanic Company's warehouse.
The steamer W. G. brought 4,922
bags sugar, 345 bags awa, 23 bags coffee, 61
hides, I package goat skins, 30 head cattle,
and 123 packages sundries.
H. B.M. S. Heroine arrived in port yester
day forenoon, 27 days from Coquimbo. She
will remain iere until the middle of May, and
with the Satellite will then proceed to Hong
luesday Evening, April 201, 1886.
the Gracious Patronage
Majesty the King.
SIGNOR ENRICO CAMPOBELLO,
Baritone. Of Her Majesty1! Theatre, London.
MISS MA V MITCHELL SPRING,
The yoyng California Prima Donna,
MISS PAULINE OR AN,,
MISSES LULU ami ELSIE JO RAN,
GRAND OPENING NIGHT!
Tuesday Evening, April aolh, 1886', with a brilliant
and varied programme, in which the entire company
Six- concerts will be given. Season ticVetj, $ioj
single ticket!, .
These concerts will be given under the management
of SIGNOR CAMPOUELLP.
Full particulars can be obtained at the office of J. E.
The box plan will be open at Wiseman's office, on
Merchant street, on Wednesday morning, April Mh
at nine o'clock sharp.
Regular Cash Sale !
SATURDAY, APRIL II,
At 10 A, l., at mv salesrooms, will be sold,
at auction, a lull line of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Groceries, Glassware, Lamp Chimneys, bags
Nos. 1 and a Sugar, Dried Darracutl and
Codfish, a superior article of Table reaches
and Uartlett Pears,
Cala. Pototoes and Corn,
Sacks Dried Peaches, a I6t of fine Woolen
Shawls, to close consignment; a few sets of
new Single Hnrness'and Mexican Saddles, a
small line of Ladies' Uutton Gaiters, a variety
A new Ileil Lounge, large Cooking Stove, almost
newj Chinese Matting, Table and
Chairs, Sewinz Machines, a fine lot of Pictures,
Clocks, Guns, Pistols and Jewelry,
TWO . HORSES BROKEN TO
wm shop lease,
Machinery and Tools.
MONDAY, APRIL lOtJi.
At 10 O'OIooIc A. M.
At the shop of C. C. Coleman. King Strett, adjoining
Castle & Cooke's, we will sell the entire equipments of
Mr. Coleman's well-furnished Blacksmith and
Machine Shop, including.
One ill power Upright Boiler.
One 6-horse oowcr Ereine. cylinder 6x12 Inches. 8-
inch stroke, water injector, tnk and fittings complete,
wood er coal furnace.
One Superior Putnam Machine Co. Iron Lathe, bed,
8 ft. long, limit of capacity, 16 inches diameter.
One fine Wood Lathe, bed 18 ft. long, limit of capac
ity, 26 inches diameter.
One English Hand or Power Combined Punch and
Shears, with Punches and Dies from inch to 1 inch
One Hand vov.tr Iron Planer, with all attachments
411U iJAIUC, MUJUKIAUIG MTUKC, U 1IU.U II 11111,
One Superior Hand Drill, with attach
ments. Shafting, Pulleys, Ueltmg, Forges, Bellows,
and Fans for same, AnviU, Forging
tools in endless variety,! Chisels, 5 Sledges,
Shop Benches. Shoeing Tools, Bench Tools, Vices,
new blacksmith Stock, and the numerous etceteras
found in a first-class shop of the kind.
One 55pring, 3-seated ram ily Carriage, butlt by Mr.
Coleman for hts own use, new. Also,
The Valuable Lease
of the premises, having 3 years, with the privilege of 8
years to run from June 30th next. Rental $400 per
year. All rent cnarges pam to j my 1st next.
For catalogues of sale! onoortunitv to insnect nre
ises, and all other information, apply to ASlirORD &
teeth & Peacock
23 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
WINE ATO SPIRIT
SOLE IMPORTERS OF
Lachman & Co.'s California Wines, John Ex-chaw's
No. 1 Brandy, J. Pellison's 7 and
Brandy, J. J. Melcher's
"Elephant" Gin, II. W.
Smith tc Co.'s
'Thistle Dew' Whisky
Coatesi eo.'s "Plymouth" Gin, &c
A PULL LINE OF THE
Most Favorite Brands
Ales, Beers, Wines,
SPIRITS, LIQUEURS, ETC.,
Constantly on hand an for sale at the
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
P. O. Dox 36a.
Doth Telephones, $.
' General JtilicrilBtmentfi.
IS NOW COMPLETED.
The Drivers of' the Company will notify Customers
. Seven Days prior to Calling for
NO CHINESE EMPLOYED.
H. B. Telephone ' 100-
-P. O. Box, 406.
Keep constantly on hand the following articles,
or in bulk, which they sell very cheap :
Polish, Stove and Knife,
Plaster of Paris,
Stone Soap, -
White and Red Lead
They also keep the latest and best assortment of
Agricultural Implements and Tools
Of all kinds, to be found in the country ; also,
1 50 and 1300 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.
JAS. G. SPENCER,
Secretary & Treasurer
Pacific Hardware Company
JVo. 74 and 76 Fort Street.
Successors to Dillingham & Co., and Samuel
NEW GOODS BY LATE ARRIVALS :
"GOOD NIGHT" PREMIUM SAFETY KEROSENE
OIL, 1500, just received. .Recommended by the New
York Board of Underwriters.
Carriage Whips. Bridles of superior manufacture.
TheHICKOK CALCIUM BURNER, 60-candle power-
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, Silver Plated Ware.
New Goods constantly arriving.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Honolulu.
HAS BEEN REMOVED
To the store formerly occupied by Conchee & Ahung,
ZDsTO. 88 IFOIE&T STEBET,
Next to Mclntyre & Co.
(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 AND LOCK COMPANY
BEAVER BLOCK, FORT STREET Store formerly occupied by S. NOTT, opposite
Spreckels & Co.'s Bank.
H. E. McINTYllE & BRO.,'
IM PORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
New goods received by every packet from the Eastern Statesind Europe. Fresh Call
fomia Product by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and Goods delivered l
any part of the city ree of charge. Island orders solicited. Satisfaction guaraiteed.
Box'No. 145 ; Telephone No. 92. rry