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ADVERTISER, APRIL 20, 1SS6.
BY AUTHORITY'. LOCAL AND GENERAL. SVtlvmtecmfiits. Dbtrilstrais. PACIFIC COMMERCIAL Hi Majesty, in accordance with a resolution of the Cabinet, Las been pica-d to appoint Their Excellencies Walter M. Gibson and Chas. T, Gulick ad a committee to take charge of fund and to carry out measure for the relief of suffer ers by the late disastrous tire. i. II. Austin, Kmj. Las beeu appointed special I Agent of the Cabinet I'.ellef Committee, to obtain Information in relation to, and carry out measures for rellrf of the sufferers by the late fire. WALTKIl M. GIIisON, Chairman of Committee. L'OKT OF HONOLULU, 11. 1. A It It I V A I A. Monday, April 19. Scur Sarah ani Kliza, from Koolau Scnr Mile Morris, from Lanai schr Heeia, from Koolau Schr Josephine, from Jiwa .Scnr Mokuola, from Ewa Monda V.April 19. Stinr Kinaii, Kint for Hawaii and Maui, at 4pm Ntmr kike-like, Lorenzen. for Kahului, ut5 p m Stmr James I Dowsett, Dudoit, for Faia,at5 p ni YeMel Leaving Tol)y. sstmr Iwalanl, Freeman, tor Kauai, at 5 p m Stmr W O Hull, Bate-, for Aluui and Hawaii, at 3 p m IStmr Mokolii, McGregor, for Molokai, at 5 p m Htmr Kiiauea "Hon, Weisbarth. for Hamakua, at 4 p m Am bk Charles Jl Kenney. II M G Uahler, for for Han Francisco, at 3 p m Hchr Manuokawal, for Kooleu JSchr lialeakala. for l'epeekeo Kchr Kauikeaouli. for Kohaia Schr Leahl. for Kouolalele Schr Caterina, lor Ilanalei Schr Ilalnbow, for Koolau Kchr Sarah and Eilza. for Koolau Schr Mile Morris, for Lanal ttchr Josephine, for Ewa Kchr Mokuola, for Ewa FOKKK1X VESSELS IX fOKT. Ger bark Apcllo, II Groth. from Callao, S A Am bk Chas B Kenney, II M G Uahler, front Newcastle, NSW Am bktne Katie Flickinger, Young, from New castle, N a v Am bktne Ella, E M Howe, from San Francisco Am bark James M Stoue, C F Barstow, from Boston Am bark Sonoma, B C Howes, from Newcastle, N S V Brit bark Natuna, H Grahn, from Glasgow II B M H Satellite, A II Alington, from Co quimbo, H A II B M S Heroine, F K Blackburne, from Co quimbo, S A . khcIm Kxperleti Iron Foreign 1'oriN. Am bktne Nellie M Made, from New York, due April 15-30 Brit bark Lapwing, De Gruchy, from Liverpool, due May 20-31 Brit bk Star of Devon, from Newcastle, N S V, due March 15-31. German bark Furst' Bismarck, fro.n Bremen, due June 1-20 Am bktne Malay, from Sydney, due April 20-30 II B M S Triumph, U-u.;, from Esquimault, due April 25-31 Brit bk Iiurnij.li, Jer.ns, from Glasgow, due June 25-10 U M S S Mararo:i (Briti, James Eddie, from San Francisco, en route to Auckland und Sydney, due April 17 Haw Miss st'-nm-liktne Morning St.r. I Bray, from Jaluit, s S I, via Hilo, Hawaii, due April 7-15 Am bktne V )1 Dimond, H C Hoisdlette, from San Kraut l.son. due April UO:jo Steamship Bio de Janeiro, H C Dearborn, from San Francisco, en route to Hongkong, due April 21-22 British ship Kate Davenport, from Newcastle, N 8 W, due April 15-20 Am ship Excelsior, from Newcastle, N S W, Am ship Ericsson, Plummer, Irctm Newcastle Brit bark Isle of Erin, Nicholson, from Liver pool, due July 15-31 An-tern Win Kenton, Eschen, from Newcastle, NSW, due April 20-. Am bktne C C Funk, Glaser, from Newcastle, N S W, due May 10-30 Am bark Edward May, Johnson, from Boston, due August 20-31 Am bark California, from Newcastle, N S "V, due April 10-30 11 I O M S Bismarck, from Auckland, N Z, via Samoa, due April 20-.'U) H Id 31 S Cjneisenau, from Auckland, via Samoa, due April 20-30 II I G M S Olga, from Auckland, via Samoa, due April io-30 Am bktne Uncle John, from Newcastle, N S W, lue April 20-30 iassexi:ks. ARK1VAU. From Kallui, per steamer I. ikelike, April IS Wiu 1 Irwtjs A Oleson, Miss C A Carter, D S Bailey, Mr -Daniels. 7 Chinese and 92 deck pas sengers. DEPARTURES, For Kahului, Maui, per steamer Likelike, April 19 O II Luut, A Martin, Brother Albert, Brother Thomas, Miss Clark, G Lunard, A Barba, and about 10 deck passengers. For Ulio and way parts, per steamer Kinau, April 19 For the Volcano: J Vadona, E G Day ton. Jas G Forsyth. For Hilo and way ports: Alex Young Sr, Miss Ellen K Daniels, C N At. uold, P H W Boss, U Crownlnberg and wife, Mrs C K stillman and - children, Mrs James Camp bell, Mrs Mackenzie and child, and about SO deck passengers. njiii'I'im; oii:s. The schooner Heeia brought 5t bags rice from Kooluu, Oahu, April l'Jth. The boar of the schooner llahi.kula was stolen from the vessel April IStli. The schooner Mokuola brought 20 bags rice from Ewa, Oahu, April 19th. The steamer Likelike brought 3,970 bugs sugar from Kahului, Maul, April ISth. The sailing of the steamer Kiiauea Hou has been postponed till 5 p. m. to-day. Tne schooner Caterina takes ."u tons coal to the Priuceville sugar plantation, Hanalel, Kauai, to day. The schooner Mile Morris brought 200 sheep from Lanal, April ISth. She sails to-dayforl.anai and Molokai. The schooner Sarah and Eliza brought SO bags rice, 4 calves and 107 bundles awa from Koolau, Oahu, April lyth. The barkentine Katie Flickinger expects to leave with a fu'l cargo of sugar (about 14,000 bags) next Thursday for San irancisco. The American tern J. C. Ford arrived at Kahu lui, Maui, April 14tli, from San Francisco. She sails to-day w ith sugar for the latter city. The American clipper bark Charles B. Kenney, Captain H. M. O. Dahler, sails at 3 o'clock to-day, with about W.000 bags sugar, for San Francisco. The steamer Mokolii.brotight 1,000 bags sugar, 9 barrel molasses and 22 hides from Molokai and Lahaina. Maui, April 19th. She leaves this after noon. The American brigantiue Selina, Captain Blake, arrived at Kahului, Maui, April ICth, in ballast from San Francisco. She will load sugar for san Francisco. The Iate Mis. Kai'Cim. "The funeral of the late Mrs. Emma Aalalaioa Kapena tr.k. place this after noon at 3 o'clock ironi St. Andrew's Cathedral, the Bishop of Honolulu officiating. The deceased lady was lorn at Lahaina in 1S40, and was married to His Ex. J. M. Kapena in 1804. Mrs. Kapena will be much missed by a large circle of friends to whom she had endeared herself by her many amiable and social qualities. A meeting of the Benedict Daeball Club will be liebl at noon to-lay. The .Supreme Court will in banco to day at 10 oVbf' k a. in. Three ia-eiif.'ers left by the Kinau yes terday for the Vohano. The feteamer W. O. IIallsails thi. after noon for Maui and Hawaii at three o'clock this afternoon. Mr. N. S. Sachs, proprietor of the popu lar millinery hou-e, will shortly open out a large new stock of good. The Royal Hawaiian band did not play at Emma Square last evening owing to the death of Mrs. Kapena. The Survey Department is at work on a map on a large scale of the burned district. It will be completed this evening. Messrs. C. Ah Lee and Coo Kim, officers of the United Chinese Society, publish a card of thanks in another column. The book of the season. The Honolulu ALMANAC AND DlREtTOKY FOR 188-3. Price, 50 cent. The sale of machinery, tools, etc., at the shop of C. C. Coleman, King street, by Messrs. K. P. Adams & Co., will take place this morning at 10 o'cloc k. Lenten services at St. Andrew's Ca'Cj'd ral to-day as follows: Holy communion at 6:30 a. m.; morning prayer at 9 a.m.; evening prayer at 7 p. m. Dodd's Saloon, by the power of Boca, repulsed the fire fiend, and it was a treat to -see how the thirsty hard working boys appreciated that pure ice cold Boca all day yesterdaj-. The choir of the second congregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral will meet for re hearsal this evening at 7 o'clock, at the residence of the Rev. George "Wallace, Nuuanu street. The American bark Charles B. Kenney sails for San Francisco to-daj with a cargo of domestic produce. A mail will le for warded by her, which closes at the Pos Office at 11 o'clock a. m. A substantial free breakfast was served in the vestry of the Fort-street Church yesterdaj' morning and was largely attend ed by those who were made homeless hy the fire. ""'The true tonic reinvigorator for this cli mate is the ice cold genuine Boca beer at Dodd's. Sound, bright and sparkling, it strengthens as well as cheers. Always call for draught Boca. No book ever published contains so much reliable and valuable information regard ing the Hawaiian Islands in such small compass as the Honolulu Almanac and Directory, 1880. Frice, 50 cents. Wing Wo Chan fc Co. call attention to a very superior lot of Manila cigars in boxes containing 50 to 100. It is the best cigar ever imported here, and will be sold at a very reasonable price. Smokers of the fragrant weed are invited to call, and try them. Their Excellencies Messrs. Gibson and Gulick, the special committee of the Cabi net having charge of the fund for the re lief of the sufferers by the late fire will be pleased to receive information or advice from citizens to enable them to carry out mearnr.es of relief. His Excellency Mr. Gulick, Minister of 'the Interior, wrote officially yesterday to Captain Blackburne, II. B. M.'s S. Hero ine, and similarly also to Captain Aling ton, H. B. M.'s S. Satellite, thanking them and the officers and men of their command for the valuable'aid rendered by them at the disastrous fire of Sunday last. (2uiTea number of Chinese, who were rendered homeless by the late fire, are now housed at the Immigration Depot. More will be expected to arrive during the next few days. The idea of public assistance is something entirely new to them, and that accounts for their being slow in making their appearance at the Depot. ROYAL SYMPATHY. Ten Thousaml Dollar Voted for Relief. ' At an early hour, about G o'clock yes terday morning, His Majesty the King called upon His Excellency Mr. Gibson, to urge an immediate consideration of the misfortunes of the multitude of ieople rendered homeless by the disastrous fire of the preceding night. Mr. Gibson at once consulted -with Messrs. Gulick and Neumann, a family bereavement pre venting the attendance of Minister Ka pena, and they, acting promptly upon His Majesty's generous purpose, came together shortly afterwards to pass reso lutions proposing a measure of relief, which was later in the day submitted to the Privy Council, convened by order of His Majesty. The sum of $10,000 for the relief of the sufferers by the fire, to be taken from the' Treasury, was a p roved. I'oliee 'ourt. BEFORE POLICE JUSTICE BICKERTON. Monday, April 10th. The session of Court this morning was held in the office of Police Justice Bick erton, Merchant street. P. Malley, Robt. Hill, E. Frederickson, Mailua and Mahuka, had each to pay $ for drunkenness. Two cases of assault and battery were remanded until the 20th, and several cases of larceny were also put over until the 21st. Kolika was charged with assault and battery on Kipa (w). The ease was nolle pros. Appointments. The Hon. Frank Pahia, second mem Ijer elect for Hilo, has been apiointed Sheriff of the Island of Hawaii, and 1 J. W. Moanauli, Deputy Sheriff. Mr. C. H. Pulaa has been ap jointed Ieputy-Sheriffof North Kohala, in place of Mr. Moanauli. A Itroken YViiitlow. Last night, about 11 o'clock, the na tive policeman on duty on Fort street discovered one of the large panes of glass in the window of Ch. Gertz's shoe ; store smashed io pieces, giving easy j access to any number of shoes and slip- , pers. Mr. Gertz was awakened, and he j removed the stock from the window, j Nothing w as missing. INTAGLI03. Though sages may pour out their wisdom's treasure, There is no sterner moralist than pleasure. Byron. They will not, who could. They cannot, who would. And, alas, many dare not Thus runneth this world's plot From the German. The Karma all the total of a soul Which is the things it did, the thoughts it bad, The "Sell'' it wove with woof of viewless time. Crossed on the warp invisible of acts. -Light of Asia." The heavy clouds may be raining. But with evening comes the light; Through the dark are low winds complain ing, . Yet the sunrise gilds the height; And love has his hidden treasure For the patient and the pure. And Time gives his fullest measure To the workers who endure; And the Word that no law has shaken Has the future pledge supplied; For we know that when we "awaken" We shall be "satisfied." Tinsley's Magazine. A COLLECTION OF "WASHINGTONS." All Sorts of Portraits of the Father of Ills Country." Brooklyn Eale.l Mr. T. W. Lawrence, of this city, called me into his little den the other day to show mo an edition of the "Life of Washington," by Edward Everett, that cost somebody nearly $3,000, and was on the market for about half that sum. Mr. Lawrence is the owner of nobody knows how many thousands of old prints that are chiefly used in the preparations of specially illustrated Looks, and he is also a collector of first editions and other literary and artistic curiosities. The "Life of Washington" referred to is augmented by something liko 400 old plates, about half of which are portraits of the Father of His Country, and it also contains autograph letters and memoranda from Washing ton, Jefferson, the Adamses, Lafayette (in good English) and many other soldiers and statesmen of his time. The plates are all rare, and some of them are unique, not being enumerated in any list of Washington's portraits that has yet been published. They pre sent a surprising diversity. There are lean Washingtons and fat Washingtons, graceful Washingtons and clumsy Washingtons; they show the general smiling, sulky, solemn, indifferent,inoxi cated, crazy; they show him stark and rigid, sitting for his portrait and val iantly charging into the fight: they show him vanquished and victorious; they show him in camp, in the senate, on his lawn at Mount Vernon and in the bosom of his family; they show him dead and intombed, and they even exhibit a Brit ish grenadier shedding tears before his mortuary marble. There are Washingtons from America, England, Holland, Germany, France and Italy. There are good portraits and ideal portraits made from inaccurate de criptions, one might think; thero are noble and dignified Washingtons, and there are pock marked, wild eyed, big nosed, wobble jawed scarecrows figuring as Washingtons, that are simply start ling. Taken in their entirety they are an interesting company, and the parallel of them is probably not to be found in this country. Now the manifest destiny of such a group of pictures as this is not the idle shelf of the rich collector, but the walls of a museum or library in some large city. Webster' Speech to an Audience of Tv-. BaltiniDre American.l Here is a new anecdote of Webster. It was told by the late Col. Muuford, who was at one time secretary of the Virginia commonwealth, and it has never been published: Col. Munford was in his office at the state house one day when a distinguished-looking man, accompanied by a young lady, came in, and asked if they could see the legislative chambers. Col. Munford at onco recognized, from por traits that he had seen, the face of Webster, and wishing to see as much of the great statesman as possible, offered to accompany him through the state house. The jroung lady see ucd to be a relative of Webster, and was very bright and piquant in her conversation. There was a constant fire of clever re partee between the two, and when the party"-reached the senate chamber the young lady, turning to him, exclaimed: "Now, everybody says you area great man, and can ma"ke a speech without any preparation. I want you to prov6 it." As she said this she moved to the rostrum and took possession of the pres ident's chair. "The house will please come to order. The gentleman from Massachusetts has the floor." "Webster," said Col. Munford, relat ing the incident, "took, as if by in stinct, the most favorable position in the room, so that his voice could best bo heard, and for ten or fifteen minutes he spoke with an eloquence that I have never heard equaled. He referred to Virginia's past, and, alluding especially to her distinguished sons, he pointed out their portraits that hung on the walls, and described their traits in the most beautiful language imaginable." Col. Munford frequently told his friends that it was the best speech he ever listened to. ami fir: lire of Starrh. I Scientific Anor:.; ii. The principal grain from which starch is manufactured at the present time is Indian corn wheat and potatoes being used in limited quantities. There are twenty-four factories in the United states manufacturing starch from corn. Fifteen of these are work ing under the new method, or chemical process, and producing about two-thirds of the total amount made per annum. The balance work by the old method, or fermentation process. Indiana is the leading state in the Union in the pro duction of starch from corn, having eight factories and producing more than one-third of the total amount made. The total capacity of the mills manu facturing starch from corn is about 250,000,000 pounds per annum. The total number of pounds of starch of all kinds exported from the United States in the twelve months ending July 1, 1S83, was 7,033,715. The consumption of starch for all purposes in the United States is about 1CO,000,000 pounds per annum, or an average of three pounds for each person. A Malevolent Conspiracy, Buffalo Express "Oh! was it I, or was it youf' ;t. the golden-haired poet, Nora Perry. ' Nora will refrain from making a noise, perhaps between us we can shove it on th proof reader. x'eck's Sun: GooT Judgment 13 the cream skimmed from the milk of indij cretion, -rji Hawaiian Opera JlouseJ j Tuewlay r.venln?, April 20, 1SSC. ! SIGX0R CAMPOBELLO'S Grand Society ; Opera Concerts, j I'nJer the Gat-ion Patronage of Hi J Majesty the Kin?. Artist: SlOXOR KXKICO CAMrOBELLO, Baritone, of Her Majesty's Theatre. London. ' SRJXOK I.EXCION'1, Buffo. MISS MAY MITCHELL SPRING, The Young California Priaia Donna. MI.SS PAULINE JOK AX, Violin Virtuoso. MI-SSE.S EL.S1E AXP LL'Ll JOP.AX, Tianls a. atAM OPE.MXO MOIIT! Tuesday Evening, April 20, lv6, with a tr:t!iant und varied programme, in which the entire com pany will appear. Six concerts will be given. Season tickets, $10. Single tickets, These concerts will be given under the manage ment of S1GNOR CAMPOBELLO. Full particulars can be obtained at the office of J. E. WISEMAN. The box plan Will be open at Wiseman's otlice, on Merchant street, on Wednesday moruing, April Hth, at nine o'clock sharp. tf Cattle and Sheep Ranch FOR SALE. The Haleakala Ranch. SITUATE IN MAKAWAO AXD KULA, Maui, the property of the Estate of the late CHARLES H. ALEXANDER, will be sold at public auction, in Honolulu, about The Last of May Next. THE PROPERTY CONSISTS OF ABOUT 30,000 Acres of Land, IN FEE SIMPLE- 000 HEAD OF CATTLE, more or less ; 4,500 HEAD OF SHEEP, more or less ; 75 HORSES. XT Maps of the land can be seen, and full par ticulars obtained at the oftlce of L. A. THURSTON, ap!9-tf .S Merchant street. E DAY Alt!) F. HOPKE, C OUNSELOR-AT-LAW. ROOM 9. OVER the Bank, Spreckels Block. je!5 PACIFIC Commercial Atafa STEAM BOOK AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE 21 prepared to do all kinds of Commercial & Legal Work CORRECTLY AND WITH DISPATCH. Having just Received a Complete and hew Assortment of Job Types and Ornaments Of the Litest Stvlec. from tLe raost Cele brated Foundries of the United States, and employing only Experienced and Tadty Workmen, we are prepared to turn out Letter Heads. Rill llentlK, Circular. Xote HenIs. Staten.eutH, Bills f rMliHsr, C011 tracts, afortjrasre BlaukN, I.eate, Shipping; Contract, (In Hawaiian & English) Calendars. Blank Clicck. Bonlt. Stock Certificates, ItiiniueHH Carets. Meal Checks, Milk Ticket, Bank Checks, Orders, Receipts. Marriage Certificates. Diplomas, Catalogues, Blot tins: Pad s BruKists Labels. Envelopes, Shipping Ker-eipts. Ball Programmes. Theatre Programmes. And in fact everuthiny which a First' Class Ojjiee y.tn do. P. C. A. Job Printine dice Win. G. kin iT Co ! OFFER FOR SALE 1 ":s. 1KY URANL'S.ATKI' In Fiirrt-ls. Half Brrtls. And ?'.0-pit;nd I'-uxes. t L EE In IUlf B:irr.'Ls And 2." pound Boxes. r-OWDERED In o0-pouud Boxes. GOLDEN C. i.COFFEE: In Halt Barrels And '.'C-pou ud Boxt-, ENliLINH BREA Kl'AST; JAPAN, OOI.ONli, POWCHONU Soap. BLUE MOTTLED. FAMILY LAUNDRY. Salmon. CASES l ib .TIN'S, CASES --lb TINS HALF IJA RRELS, San VAliRELs. Flour. FAMILY 'Jii'quarter sacks), RAKER'S EXTRA ,i half sacks). Cases 3Iedium I'read. Lime and Cement. MANILA And SISAL COKI'AUK. 1 feed's Felt Steam Pipe anil Boiler Covering. 25 "A TENT'S (suitable for camp ing and surveying parties.) 11 S tf THE GREAT REAL ESTATE AND I ) 1 n 1 10 OF. J. E, WISEMAN, HONOLIM', II. I. T. O. ROX 315. TELEPHONE 172 (Establishea 18Ti.; The foilwintf various branches of business will enable the public on the IsUmds and from abroad to gain general information on all matters in the following departments: Heal Estate Department Ruys and s'.'lls Real Estate in all parts of the Kingdom. Values Real Estate und Property in city and suburbs. Rents anl leases Houses, Cottages, Rooms and Lands. Attends to Insurance, Taxes, Repairing and Collecting of Rentals. Draws legal papers of evtry nature yearches Titles, Records. Etc Employment Department Finds Employment in all branches of industry connected with the Iala.1ui.-5. General Business Matters Keep Rooks and Accounts, collect Bills, loans or invest Moneys. Penmanship, Engrossing and all kinds of Copying tlo"ne. Procures Fire and Life Insurance. Advertisements and Correspondence attended to. Information of every description connected with the Islands coming from abroad fjiiy answered. Custom House Brolier. j Merchants wiU find this Department a special j heneHt to them, as I attend to entering goods j through power of Attorney and delivering the -same at a small commission. j Solicit ins: A sent for the "Ml Tl'AL LIFE j INSCKANCL. COMPANY OF NEW YORK,''.; the largest, grandest and soundest Insurance j Company in the world. AGENT for the ! reat Iiiirlinrtuii Hallway Itoute,' In America. Travelers journeying by rail in America will rind this route the most comfortable and most delightful. The scenerv is the Krandest going East, and with the PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS and good meals along the trip, polite attention from employees arid reason able fare no route can exc-el this. AGENT for the Ifnttaiin Opera Jiioi;'. Managers of first-class companies abroad will i address me for terms, etc. I DEPARTMENTS. Real F."tl Broker. i Custom Ilonse Broker. j Money Broker. Fire and Life Insurance Arent. I r.mploymeiit Ayenl. Kail road Aciil and ieneral Business Agent ; AIjDKF.sS; J. . WISEMAN, I ?4 mvC-56 HONOLULU, H. I. ' General Business ulliccs i I?l rW i T -:o: LEW IS fe CO.: to notify t!;- iutli- tt ui on l.y !;t they will move into '.!. More ot -ji i.l 1 ( It d ly ( E. WILLIAMS, an2ii I2t I-IOISTOLXJLTJ STEAM LAUFDKY IS NOW COMPLETED. The Drivers of the Company will notify Cus toms SEVEN DAYS prior to calling tor Clothes. S"0 CHINESE II. v.. Tl.LKPHOXE so. 100. M If IIOYT'S GERMAN COLOGNE. - largo lot of t lie alov roli'luaW Cologne just rocivol. F'RA.GlR.A.lSrT HOLLISTEE & CO. 1O0 Fort Street, Horsemen, A-tten tioxi PETER D-ATTOlSr, Saddle and Harness IVEakei', Returns "tliar.ka to his numerous patrons in Honolulu ami iu tl:e Hawaiian IhIuikIh for their'libeial support during the last twenty year, and lep;s leave to utato that ho linn on hand and is ready to make to order SINULE OR DOUBLE HARNESS- of thn very best quality, an far as material, mounting and workmanship can go. Following mount ings 011 Land, viz: Gold, Silver, Nickel, Rubber and Davis' Rubber. P. DALTON employs no middle men in the purchaso of his RtocU, hut payg CASH for all his Roods. He denied that any one can sell cheaper than he can, an.l ns a compe tent harness maker defies any one to give better work than he can. A fall assortment of Chamois, IirushcK, Mane Combs, Oils and DrtHHinya and all articles needed for stable use ahvnyHon hand. P. DALTON makes 110 statement on paper that he is not prepared to carry out in fact. Any article purchased from him and not, found suitable, can Le returned and the money refunded. Single Mrnn Ilarnc-sH uitli Key fcmWIIe a NiM-rinllj. TELEPHONE 111. 1 30 1 f 02 KING STREET. FOE S-A-LTiJ. Those very desirable premises, No. 210 Kiiiir Street, !I,ot IOO hy :tOO, nciiiuinu' Tliroiisli tit "Youii:; rstreet. With trood dwelling lions of eibt rooms bath, kitchen, closets, etc., etc. Carriage houses, stables, servants' rooms nnd all necessary out building". Grounds well stoi ked with trees and shrubbery, and supplied with artesian water. Will sell lu' on eusy terms. Apply to :-r. V. MeCHESNEV A SON, mar-' !tf 42 Queen Street sl,0U0 Reward. Lost! Lost ! A small boy, about the siz of a man, shoes in h:uid. empty -ba? on his baek, containing two riil road tonne! anil a bundle of bmiphoies. When la-t seen h was shoveling wind oil' (lie Court Hon !.-, with the intention of r:ii-.ii.i? n.oney enoii'-h to v wit 1 HATCH Y TCYXU'S Iluroer shop, ei.rner of KinK and Alakea streets, to get one of fur-famed and world-renowned shaves. Whosoever fives information concerning the above child .he has whiskers and mustache, will te pros-i-nt-d 1 the full extent of the law. f iiven under my Hand and He. !, this forty-fuiirth day of ( plo'x-r, .Ar.tM'eaout" Ki -ht-een Hundred and Fa -t Asleep. NOTICE. TNIFH THK ITKM NAMK OF TO No I ; -;1N ().. the nnoer-iiTiied h:te started business as CAKPI-NTKKS AND l'AINIKKX. No. ;")1 Kin? street. '1 bey are prepared to talf woiks under contract; will do all worn intrusted to them i-estly and at moderate charges. Heady ma U' Furniture alv.avs on hand. AH IIF.I", AH WAI, WONO FV. ATArilT m? UJLIXi No. Ill l'ort Street. :o:- EMPLOYED. 1 O. I'OX NO. 400. LASTING, Australian Mail Service, 'ft FOR SAN FRANCISCO, The new nnd uplendi 1 Al fttearnf.hlp MAEIPOSA, 99 ( t tho Oceanic Hteamfchip Company, will he dun at Honolulu from Sydney and Auckland on or about jMCay 8th. A nd will leave for the ahtve poi I with 'mnlls and pa.ssenKers on or about that d.ite. Kor freight or piissaRc, haviuK snTftiOH ACCOMMoIiATIO.NS, apply to Wm. (. Irwin & Co., ACKS'lH. For yiuy all(l Au(,klaii(I- The new and tine Al :t-cl steamship "MARAROA" Of the l iiion Steamship Company, w ill tie due at Honolulu from Sun Francisco or or about -A.pxil IT tli And will have prompt ('Fpan h with mails nnd passengers for tne above pott. For fei),t or pus-ei?e, l.Hvi-i'; s'FPKRTnit AC COM MO I AT I ON.-', apply. o Win. G. Irwin A (Jo'., AOFNTH tv o rr 1 o 12 Vf.I, PFP.SONS HAVINO CLAIMS AOAINST me, and all persons ow ir.T money to me, are herebv requested to tnak in. mei iate settlement ; with "SING CHONO COMPANY before niv de 1 parture for China. SAM CI1VNU W'AA. 1 Honolulu, April 17, 1-SG. oplS-Cw