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DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1886.
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J. , M. OAT. Ik. Co.
T. (i. THRUM
CRYSTAL SOD WORKS
IVvo Cfnta jipf Copt.
, ..lort street
Go to the Commercial Hotel nt the
corner of Nuuanu and Berctania
streets, if you want an ice cold Boca
Beer at a reasonable price.
The "Commercial" is the only place
in town that keeps a good cold lunch
thioughout the day, and a hot lunch at
night. Don't fail to give them a trial.
Persons using charcoal would do
well to call on S. M. Carter, who has
always on hand chaicoal from the best
of Island woods; sold in quantities to
suit. Orders received for the above
will be promptly attended to.
The scho'oner Waiehu sails for Paia,
The steamer Kinau was detained
until five o'clock last evening.
Services will be held in the different
churches as usual this evening.
One drunken native constituted the
arrests made up to nine o'clock last
An article, entitled "An Ideal Volcano
Trip"!; will be commenced in today's
-nil I I
The new base ball club practiced
yesterday at (he Esplanade. To-day
it will practice back of the Kawaihao
Merchant and King streets from
Palace Srjuaie to Alakea street, has
been undergoing repairs, and now presents
a better appearance than here
By the steamer W. G. Hall, which
arrived from Maui ard Hawaii yesterday
afternoon, it is learned that no
change has-occurred in the condition
of the Volcano. -
The large brick building next to
Castle & Cooke's, on King street, will
be sold at auction by Messrs. E. P.
Adams & Co , at their salesrooms, at
twelve o'clock, noon, to-day.
A special meetinc of the trustees of
the Sailors' Home Society will be held
at the Home, Merchant street, at ten
o'clock this morning. A full attendance
is requested as business of importance
will come before the meeting.
On account of the opera concert at
the Opera House to morrow evening,
the meeting of the Choral and Quintette
Club, which was to be held, will
be postponed one week, by order of
Mr. Yarndley, the leader, in order to
give the members a chance to go to
The be-knighted funny man of the
Bulletin has perpetrated some diaboli
cal puns on the immortal came of
chess, discovered previous to the time
of Kamehameha First. "He chess at
scars who never felt a wound," etc.
It's no matter to "collar the
queen" and the castle rue it, pawn
Will the young man who dressed
himself up as a young lady, and got
ope of our society young men on a
string fast evening, please send his
name to this office? It would be to his
advantage to do so as the society
young man contemplates committing
suicide,, and before doing so would like
to make his will in favor of yourself.
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There was a tremendous scattering
on Merchant street yesterday morning.
Affrighted pedestrians were dart-inc
in every direction. A driverless
horse was coming down the street.
Considering how narrow Merchant
street is, the scene was truly awe-inspiring.
P. S. The horse did not run
away. Some one said whoa! and he
The following amusing dialogue between
a native and a Chinaman was
tjerheard on one of our streets the
other day. Native "Pake no good,
make too much fire." .Chinaman
"Pake heap good. He makee poi for
kanaka, he make clothee for kanaka,
and suppose no pake, kanaka no can
live." This was too much for the
native, and after using all the cuss
MOrds in the slang dictionary he turned
away in disgust.
I'What'is the vaunted wealth of which we
, tv hear?
Is i the virgin Rdld men hold so deal?"
"Oh, no, nor Sprcckels' dollars should
our two-story brick building at the time
of the disastrous fire on the 18th inst.
It fell into the cellar and after having
been in the terrible fire for sixty-five
hours opened easily on the combination,
and contents, papers and books
were found in the most perfect condition.
This undoubtedly was as severe
a test as any safe rould be subjected to
and we do not hesitate to recommend
everybody in need of a safe to purchase
a Macneale & Urban. Yours tiuly,
Wing Wo Chan & Co."
But depth of collar and abundant cheek."
"Ti true that each, hae thus their ideas
And yet with us, our wealth's laid up in
Although jou cawtobank in Heaven, for-
Tim public knows jou ne'er draw checks on
The following is taken from a
circular issued by C. 0. Berger, agent
for Macneale & Urban's fire-proof
safes: "To C. 0. Berger, Esq. Dear
SirWe take the Greatest pleasure in
adding our testimony to the good
qualities, of your celebrated safes
The No. 22 folding door safe purchased
about two years ago stood in
They say : That the engineers of the
different fire companies agree that the
engines had all the" water they could
" buck to ;" that the weather was decidedly
tropical yesterday morning;
that the real enemies of Hawaii are
now showing their hand by opposing
the new treaty ; that the criticism of
one paper was unjustly colored against
Signor Campobello yesterday because
the famous baritone very justly snubbed
an officious reporter; that the
Volcano is not dead, but tarrieth in
order to confound the various local
prophets ; that the party of young fel
lows who watched the stars last night
went home "aweary of the world;"
that the quietness of Merchant street
was disturbed with a sort of half-way
runaway yesterday afternoon ; that the
late fire has taught us all a timely,
though somewhat expensive, ksson ;
that the Chinese laundrymen are already
feeling the competition of the
new steam laundry ; that the Minister
of the Interior ought to include Fort
street In the district to be re-surveyed ;
that Jhe new shooting gallery still
keeps up a steady run of business;
that the game of base ball to be
played next Saturday will be a very
good one; that the town was full of
sight-seeing sailors yesterday and last
night; that the authorities ought to order
the streets of the burnt district to
be sprinkled; that the Chinese are taking
all the empty stores througout the
business portion of town; that the people
on the other Islands keep pretty
well posted on local politics in Honolulu;
that the Polynesian restaurant has
established a first class reputation for
"go id grub;" that the boat boys are
willing to give the men-of-war's men a
pull; that the only men who com
plain that there was no water at the
fire are the men who couldn't find the
fire plugs; that the Macneale & Urban
safes all passed through the great fire
0. K.j that the "treaty making at
Washington" may not turn out as
desperately black as it has been
represented; that a rumor is afloat to
the effect that the Benedicts are about
to break up; that like most rumors it
will likely turn out to be false; that the
Zealandia will bring some interesting
treaty news; that some of the men-of-
war's men take a plunge in the bay from
their vessels every evening; that the
dude is in high spirits lately; that the
Volcano will soon break forth in grand
style; that the Chinese at the Quarantine
Station will soon be liberated;
that the Sailors' Home will eventually
be torn down; and that the lumber
and brick merchants on the Coast will
make lots of money out of Honolulu's
Second Campoliollo Concort.
The second Opera Concert of the
series was given at the Hawaiian
Opera House last evening. The house
was only about half filled, which
seems to answer a statement repeatedly
made in Honolulu, that our people
would patronize a first class Opera
troupe. The artists of the Campobello
troupe are undoubtedly, of a high
order and and while criticism could be
made at some points, it seems unneces
sary where there are so many excellencies.
The programme of last evening
opened with a Marche Triumphale by
Goria, aaranged to two pianos which
was well played by the Misses Lulu
and Pauline Joran, Signor Campobello
then appeared and was loudly
applauded both before and after singing
"Alleluia D' Amour" by Faure.
Sicnor Campobello responded to an
encore and was followed by Miss May
bpnng who sang ".uatx vieni non
Tardor." Her voice is very sweet and
wonderfully flexible and she responded
to an uproarous encore by singing
"The Last Rose of Summer." The
fourth number on the programme was
a violin solo performed by Miss Pauline
Joran who handled and played that
most wonderful of musical instruments
with consummate skill and fine expres
sion. Signor Lencioni next appeared
and, after picking out a piano, sang an
aria by Campana entitled "Vcdt Na-poi
e Poi Mori." The Signor created
much amusement, did some most excellent
execution and earned an encore
which was responded to with a fine
selection. Miss Ehse Joran brought
the first part of the entertainment to a
close by playing a piano solo, Concerto
A Minor, by Hummel. The performance
of Miss Joran was accompanied
by an orchestral part on 2d piano
and violin by Miss Lulu and Pauline
Jaran. The second part consisted of
selections from the Opera of "II Don
Pasquale" which were sung by Miss
May Spring, Signor Campobello and
Signor Leniconi. Signor Campobello
sang especially well in these selections
although all received frequent applause.
The next performance will be
given to-morrow evening which will
consist of a chamber concert of popular
ballads,to conclude with selections
from the Opera of "II Barbiere di
Sivlglia," which will include the famous
I'se sorry fur de 'speptic pusson. I
woul' ruther hab er good stomach an'
hafter go hungry all my life den ter
hab er bad stomach wid er full smokehouse.
The Y. M. C. A. Hall was crowded
last night at the entertainment to the
crews of H. B. M. S. Satellite and
Heroine. The following programme
was rendered :
2. Duct Misses Von Holt
3. Violin bolo Mr. Ynrndley
4. Song Miss Rhodes
5. Song i Mr. Holdswotth
0. Address .....'... .Mr. Fuller
7. Song .Mr. Starkcy
8. Song Miss Hnthw.iy
9. Song Mr. Davies
10. Song (Violin obligato) Miss Bernice
Parke, Mrs. Ham! ford, Mr. Yslrndlcy.
The song and recitations of the tars
was principally of a naval character
and were heartily applauded. Mr,
Elliott, particularly, was appreciated for
his hTIrnoroub stvle of deliverv.
Captains Blackburne and Alhngton
in appropriate words thanked Mr.
Davies and the ladies and gentlemen
of Honolulu for their hospitality and
kindness. Captain Allington called
for three cheers'for the aforesaid ladies
and gentlemen, which were given with
a will. Thus torminated the literary
portion. Ice cream was then distributed
to cool the parched tongues after
which the audience dispersed.
Folloo Court Items.
Two drunks, $6 each.
Emily R. Cocoli, remanded from
the 24th inst., charged with deserting
her husband; ordered to return to her
husband, which she refused to do, and
was accordingly sentenced to imprisonment
at hard labor for one month, and
pay costs, $3.30.
Vessels Expected from Forelun Ports
Bremen, Ger. bk Furst Bismarck, Von del
Vring. Due May 15-20. H. Hackfeld &
Glasgow, Brit bk Birmah, Jenns. Due Jul)
1-5. F. A. Schaefer & Co-., Agents.
Hong Kong, Ger. bk Hydra, .
Loading March 13. , Agents.
Liverpool, Brit, bk Lapwing, De Gruchy.
Due May 25-30. Theo. H. Davies i. Co.,
Liverpool, Br. ship Isle of Erin, Nicholson.
Loading March 10.
Micronesia, Am. steam bktn Morning Star,
Bray. Now due. E.O.Hall & Son, Agents.
Newcastle, N. S. W., Am. bktne Malay,
Rust. Loading Feb. 1. Agents.
Newcastle, N. S. W. Am. ship Ericson,
flummer. .Loading Jan. 20.
Newcastle, N. S. W., Am. bktne C. C.
Funk, Glaser. Loading Feb. I.
Newcastle, N. S. V., Am. tern Win. Ren-ton,
Eschen. Due now.
Nfwcastle. N. S. W., Am. ship Kate
Davenport, Hon land. Due now.
Newcastle, N. S. W., Am. bk Makah,
Thompson. Loading March 23.
Newcastle, N. S. W., Riji,
Loading March 23. Wilder A: Co., Agents.
Newcastle, N. S. W,, Nor. bkjalsaljarer,
Stoesen. Due April 20-25.
New York, Am. bk Nellie M. Slade, Gould.
Due April 20-25. Castle S. Cooke, Agents.
San Francisco, H. B. M. S. Triumph. Due
San Francisco, Am. bgtnc W. G. Irwin,
McCulloch. Due May 5-10. W. G.Irwin &.
San Francisco, Am. bk Ceylon, Calhoun.
JgLaidon April 17. II. Hackfeld & Co.,
San Francisco, Haw. S. S. Zealandia,
Van Oterendorf. Due May 1. W. U. Irwin
& Co., Agents.
San Francisco, Brit. S. S Gaelic, Tcarne,
Due April 30. H. Hackfeld & Co.,
San Francisco, Am. S. S, Alameda,
Morse. Due May 15. W. G. Irwin & Co.,
San Fraisco, Am. S. S. Australia.
Due May 22. W. G Irwin & Co.,
San Francisco, Am. bgtne Claus Sprcckels,
Drew. (For Kahului). Loading April 17.
San Francisco, Am. bktne Geo. C. Perkins,
Ackerman. Due May 1-5. Schaefer
& Co., Agents.
San Francisco, Am. tern W. S. Bowne,
Paul, Loading April 17. H. Ilncltleld &
Sydney, Am. S. S. Mariposa, Hayward.
Due May 8. W. G. Irwin & Co.,
Sydney, Am, bk Cincinnati, Crowell. Due
May 25-30. Agents.
San Francisco, Am. tern Eva, Wikman.
Due May 5-10. H. Hackfeld & Co.,
San Francisco, Am. tern Emma Claudina.
Matson, (for H1I0), Due May 1-5. ,
San FRANClsco,Am,bktnc Mary Winkelman,
Backus. Due May 5.10. II. Hackfeld &
San Francisco, Am. bk Forest Queen,
Winding. Due April 20-25. H Hackfeld
& Co., Agents.
Merchant Veisels Now In Port.
Am. bktne. UNCI E lOHN Manson
Am. bktne, W. II. Dimond Houdlett
Br. bk Star of Devon , Mockett
H, B. M. S. IIeroinb Blackburne
II. B. M. S. Satellite Allington
Am. bk Sonoma , Howes.
Br. bk Natuna Grahn.
Am. bk Jas. S, Stone Barstow,
Ger bk Apollo Groth
Tuesday, April 27th.
Stmr W G Hall, from Maui and Hawaii.
Tuesday, April 27th.
Stmr Kinau, for Maui and Hawaii.
Schr Nettie Merrill, for Lahaina, Maui,
Schr Liholiho, for Kauai.
WSbELS r,KAVISa THIS DAT,
Schr Canute, for Hilo, Hawaii.
Schr Luka, for Kohalalele, Hawaii.
Schr Waiehu, for Paia, Maui.
From Maui and Hawaii, per steamer W G
Hall, Tuesday, April 27 Hon LA Thurston,
L Turner, lion J K Nahalc and wife, Hon
Geo Richardson, wife and child, Miss Mary
Ulil, Hon C H Dickey, C K Alcana, J D
Paris, Hon D H Nahlnu, Ed Smith, Hon H
Kuihelanl and wife, Mrs E M Lcgros and
child, Mrs S A Thurston, L Hoapili, Miss
Potter, and 84 deck.
For Maui and Hawaii, per steamer Kinau,
Tuesday, April 27 L Severance, 11 A
Miss Dickenson, Miss West, Mrs
Wcllr, W Y Horner, Mr Bruns, E G Hitchcock,
Miss Mary Hitchcock, Mr Sterling, Mr
Ixoa, A Moore, Mr Tcyui, C K Stillman, G
F Holmes, R R Himh Mrs Dickenson and
child, C B Makee, wife and servant, Mils
Dowsctt and servant, and 59 deck. ,
The schooner Waiehu sails for Paia, Maui,
The bark Sonoma is loading sugar for San
The bark Star of Devon is discharging at
the Esplanade. ,
The schooner Liholiho sailed for Kauai
The barkentine W. II. Dimond is loading
sugar for San Francisco.
The schooner Mary Foster went on the
Marine Railway yesterday afternoon.
The steamer Kinau sailed for Maui and Ha
waii at five o'clock yesterday afternoon.
The schooner Canute discharged her 3,600
bags sugar into the German bark Apollo.
The schooners Liholiho and Nettie Merrill
were towed to sea by the tug Pele yesterday
The German bark Apollo has been chartered
by T. II. Davies & Co., to load sugar for
San Francisco. ,
The schooner Luka came off the Marine
Railway yesterday afternoon. She sails for
Kohalalele, Hawaii, to-day.'
Enthusiastic Reception of the Company.
A brilliant programme, and appearance of entire Company,
The programme will include grand operatic selection
IL DON PASQUALE.
Thursday Evening a Popular
Prices of Admission: Season ticket, $10 00; single
ticket, reserved, $2 00; general admission, $1.30;
front row, $1.50, balcony, back row, $1.00;
gallery, 50 cts. .,
Box plan opens this morning at 9 o'clock at the office
o J, . Wiseman. 303 st
Steam Candy Factory
Confectionery, Baking 0 Pastry
in all their Branches.
BASE BALL GOODS.
FJUST QUAL. WILLOW BATS,
Men's and Boys' Sizes.
BASE BALL GUIDES FOR 1886.
FOR SALE AT
THOS. GK. THRUM'S.
WRITING PAPER, WRITING
Now In Hock, with additidhal Eastern Invoices en
route. A line variety of the
CONNECTICUT VALLEY MILLS
Cap, Legal Letter, Note and B Paper
Assorted weiehu. Also Marcus Ward's Iiish Linei
Flat ToTio and Note paper, plain, or can be
ruled up to suit any Older.
THOS. O, lIIItVM,
No. J06 Fort St.
isiting cards, business cards
can be had to order at the ,
PRESS PUBLISHING COS. OFFICE
Freeth & Peacock
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a full line of jhl
WIEE AND SPIRIT
MB IiO HANTS.
.SOLE IMPORTERS OF
S. Lachman & Oo.'s California Wines, John Ex-chaw's
No. 1 Brandy, J. Pelllson's 7 and 10-
ycarold Brandy, J. J. Melchcr's
"Elephant" Gin, H. W.
Smith & Co.Js
'Thistle Dew' Whisky
Coatesjfe Co.'s "Plymouth" Gln,&c.
Most Favorite Brands
Ales, Beers, Wines,
SPIRITS, LIQUEURS, -ETC.,
Constantly on hind and for alr at the
LOWEST 'MARKET RATES.
P. O. Box 36a.
Both Telephones, 46.
This Popular Bindery, located at
107, Fort Street, will be able in its settled
work than that which has gained it such
liberal patronage and such willing appreciation
from the Honolulu trade.
It Advertises No Specialities,
but is able to do all sorts, sizes,
and conditions of Book-binding
Ruling, Lettering, and Paper-cutting
as well as in San Francisco, and at
At This Complete
heet music are
neatly and ,sunply or
elegantly and sumptuously bound, as
taste and pocket may demand. Old
books arc carefully and firmly rebound
All Descriptions of Blank
Books are made o order at as low
rates as are consis ent with first-class
work. The Bindery is now using
Weston s "Record" and " Ledcer'
paper for all first-class work. A large
nvoice of this justly celebrated stock
has just been received from New York.
Orders Left at T. G. Thrum's
Fort Street Store will have
SITOHTLY EXrJ3CTJ!D I
An invoice of Mrs. Sinclair's new and handsome
art tribute 10 Hawaii-net,
Left London early in February for this market,
and may be due here next month.
The advance copy received can now be seen
THOS. G. THRUM'S BOOK STORE
Where subscriptions will be received.
LEWIS & CO.
Beg" to notify the Public that on May 1st they will move into the store at
' present occupied by C. E. WILLIAMS,
Alden Fruit and Taro Company,
OF WAIL UK U, MAUL
Highly recommended by physicinns, and used by everybody.
A boon to the sick and convalescent.
A valuable article of diet for the healthy.
Poi made from this flour possesses cleanliness never found in ordinary
It makes by far the best mush.
Taro cakes, muffins, rolls, bread, griddle cakes, Rems, and puddings of
unrivalled excellence can be made as readily from this as from ordinary flour,
FOB SALE BY ALL GBOCJEBS.
DIRECTIONS FOR MAKING POL Take the desired amount of flour and mix veiy
thin with cold water, being sure there arc no lumps. Confine this In a bag or cloth and
place in a kettle of boiling water, and let it continue to boil l to 2 hours, until cooked.
When done (while warm) stir with a stout spoon, adding a little water until the whole is well
rnixed. Let this stand frorn 5 to 6 hours. Then add water in small quantities, mixing
thoroughly and kneading until the desired consistency is obtained. Owing to its great purity
it will take from 3 to 4 days In become acid or sour. 202.3m.
Have just received ex. barks "Jas. S. Stone" and "Natuna," a
very fine lot of goods in their line, including
Downer's Kerosene Oil, 1500 ; Electric Kerosene Oil, 1501
Superior Burning Oil, 1300.
Cases Charcoal Irons ; assorted sizes Pumps ; Refrigerators, all sizes j
Galvanized Cut and Wrought Nails, assorted ; Galvanized Corrugated
Roofing, 6, 7, 8 and 9 feet lengths ; Galvanized Ridging ; Galvanized
Screwsnd Lead Washers; plain annealed Fence Wire; Barbed
Wire ; black and galvanized Fence Staples ; Canal Barrows ; Garden
PLOWS AND BREAKERS,
of all sizes wanted ;
and Cane Knives j
and cases Lard Oil.
Spades, Shovels, Picks, Mattocks, Rakes, Hoes
all kinds of Packing; Cotton Waste; Barrels,
Also, a fine lot of
- all sizes, from inch to 5 inches, and Sisal Rope of all sizes wanted.
Besides a thousand other articles, not mentioned above, which are
all for sale
IS NOW COMPLETED.
The" Drivers of the Company will notify Customers
"Seven Days prior to Calling for
NO CHINESE, EMPLOYED.
H. B. Telephonei 100 P. O. Box, 406.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
President & Manager.
JAS. G. SPENCER,
Secretary & Treasurer
Pacific Hardware Company
. JSTo. 7 J: and 70 Fort Street.
Successors to Dillingham & Co., anil Samuel
NEW GOODS BY LATE ARRIVALS:
"GOOD NIGHT" PREMIUM SAFETY KEROSENE
OIL, 150, 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.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IM PORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed.
35nBt Oonifiv ITovt and TClnc Streets.
New foods received by every packet from the Eastern States and Europe, Fresh Cali
fornia Produce by every steamer. All orders faithlully attended to, and Goods delivered la
any pan of the city ree of charge. Island orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranjeed. Post.
oTce Box No. 145 ; Telephone No. 92. si iy