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SATURDAY, MAY 10, 18Sf.
SUN, MOON AtlD SEA.
All time Horn noon of to-day . May 10
. h nt.
aim Sets C 29.
Sun Rises ' 17 23.
Moon Rises 7 25.
High Tide (laige) 5 00.
High Tide (small) 17 20.
WIND AXI) WElTHEn
Itccoul lrom noon of yesterday:
nnromclrr Thonnomelcr Kahi.
I in ' T'tiii I ii II su I on I ten II to i8h
I so.os I no u I ;;o.n h too vo to o on
Wind, N.U, biluk; hky, luuyj Sen, heavy
OEftNifJ 8. S. CO.
ror. bx niAratsco.
Miiripooii. . . .Jics ILnolulu, May loth
Alameda. . . .Leavci Honolulu. June 1st.
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
VOW AUOKIANI) AMI) SVDKKY!
(Mty of Sydney On May 17
Stmr Australia ny 11
Diamond Head, May l6, 3 pan
Strong N.B. wind.
Schr Jennie from Kilauca
Stmr Kilauca Hon from Kaluilui
Stmr Kinau from windwaid ports
Bk Hope for Port Townsend
Schr Kukn. for Koliala
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr Kilauca IIou for Kahulni
Schr Cateriua for Ilanalei
Stmr Lchua for Maui and Molokai
Schr Jennie Walker for llilo
Schr Waioli.for liana
From Molokai & Maui per Lcbua,
May oj T McCrosson, Miss A
Banister and 17 deck.
From Kahulni per Kilauca Hoti,
May 10 Capt T II Hobrou & wife,
T W Hobron, T R Foster, Capt Sass
T W King and child, Miss T Winter,
W G Piukwith, H W Garvis, Mr
Carr and wife and 44 deck.
For Port Townsend per Hope,
May 10 A Cameron, J Desmond.
Thcbgtno J. D. Spicokcls, Capt. C.
G. Frlis, :u rived at Kahului from San
Francisco, on May Gth with a general
The schr Apna, Capt. McCulloch,
sailed from Kahulni for San Francisco,
on May 9th with 5S21 bags of sugar,
weighing 734,137 lb, valued at $35,120.
88. Passenger: Capt. II. T. Roznolds.
The bark Atfliie Carver, Capt. Pendle
ton, -arrived yesterday with a cargo of
general meichaiulisc. She is 137 days
from New York, having sailed 2 days
after dealing. She had a very heavy
gale off Cape Horn, took the N. E.
trades, 8 N. of the Equator. She is
consigned to Castle & Cooke and is
docked at Brewer's wharf.
Stmr Kilauea U911 brought 315 bags
of sugar, 328 bags of taro and 13 boxes
of taro flour.
The Emma put to sea yesterday for
Heeia, but had to return as the wind
had spilt her sails. She will probably
sail this p.m.
Th'j Leluui was unaoie 10 imie any
sugar from Klpahulu. the weather being
The bark nope sailed this p.m. for
Port Townsend. She took 151 bags of
sue ir and 25 bbls of molasses, valued
bTrth. rn ,
- in the cily, on Miy 10. 18S. To the
nvlfo of Win. O. Atwatcr a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Every thins in our line cheap.
A band concert will be given on
Monday evening, at Emma Square.
Consignees per Abbie Carver am
requested to call for orders at Castle
Don't forget. Easter Citron Buns
to be had at Horn's this afternoon
at 5 o'clock and to-morrow morning.
. . .
FouRoIBces to let, well lighted
and ventilated over the I. X. L.
store, corner Nuuanu and Queen
Woufb & Edwards have just re
ceived a largo supply of fresh gro
ceries, candies, provisions, etc. -Sco
Loveks of a good smoke, should
call on G. Ricdell, and secure some
of tho new brands of cigarettes and
Tiium! is a boom just now amongst
the Chinese, in wooden buildings,
probably providing against tho
threatened lire-proof building act.
Gueat satisfaction is professed by
all concerned at the extreme fairness
of the transactions at tho fair. The
prices wore very moderate and full
value was given.
Tun comparatively vnrc sight of a
monkey on horseback was to be scon
this morning on Nminmi fitrcct.
TiiEiu; in c about 40 lepers to go
by tho steamer Wokolii, which is
now uwniting a. change in the
To-mohkow morning, at Fort St.
Church, the pastor will preach. In
the evening it is expected that Dr.
J. K. McLean, of Oakland, Califor
nia, will preach.
Thu new telephone building is
being pijshcd rapidly forward, a largo
number of workmen being employed,
t stands on tho corner of Merchant
and Alnkcn streets.
Steamer Australia will be duo to
morrow from the Colonics.
Tin: Chinese cobbler on the side
walk of Maunakca street has enlarged
his establishment, he has taken three
feet more frontage and there is a
branch of the firm. around the comer
on Hotel street.
The stone for St. Antliews Cathe
dral is coming out in the British
ship Ophelia. It has been found
cheaper to import it from England,
than to pay tho rates demanded by
stone cutters here.
Mr. Geo. Bowser, the former pub
lisher of tbe Hawaiian Directory, ar
rived by tho Mariposa. Mr. Bowser"
is the representative of the Se7ni
Wcckly Herald Trade, a new com
mercial paper printed in San Fran
The foundation of the new bank
is now being laid, and consists of a
layer of concrete, on which vests
a wall constructed of Punch Bowl
stone. This will be carried up to the
level of' the ground, above which
bricks will be used.
A bov named John Hake, a half
white, shot another boy, at Maka
wao, on last Friday week. One ac
count states that the ball entered the
body and has not yet been extracted ;
while another states that it glanced
on a rib and did not enter. Hake is
held to await the result of the injury.
The postal authorities received by
the last mail, specimens of the new
stamped envelopes which, had been
ordered. There are fine denomina
tions. 1 cent colored green, 2 cents
pink, 4 cents vermillion, 5 cents
blue and 10 cents black. This im
portation will supply a long felt
want, and will no doubt soon obtain
The May number of the Anglican
Church Chronicle is now before us.
Itsleadinsr article "After thoughts
of a Pastor," on the relation of the
shepherd to his flock, shows signs of
thought and 'felling. The educa
tional portion, deals with corporal
punishment in schools. We could
wish this article were decisive. The
whole number is full of valuable and
interesting information and quite up
to its former promise.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play in Emma
Square, this afternoon, at 4:30. The
following is the programme :
March Royal Review ....Gladmnn
Overture Italian Style Schubert
Fantasia Tho Princess Air....Clarcnco
-election Don Carlos Verdi
Waltz Lauia Millockcr
Quadrille Beggar Student. . .Millockcr
Tho concert last night was quite
in keeping with tbe entertainment of
the night before. The place was
crowded,1 quite a number having to
stand during most of the evening.
Some ladies in this plight were gal
lantly rescued by Mr. Tanuatt who
lured several gentlemen out of their
seats and substituted ladies in a
way and manner peculiarly his own.
The business of tho evening com
menced with an Overture by the
Symphory Club, which was mcII and
effectively rendered. "Rub-a-dub-dub"
by youthful Miss Hare, was
received with the most violent ap
plause and it was found necessary
to recite another piece in order
to soothe the audience. The
dramatic part entitled "At the
Register" was a little tamo at
Grst, but soon grew into absorbing
interest. The parts were we'll sus
tained anil mo wuuiu picuu imiuDiujj,
though ending somewhat; abruptly.
A solo by Miss Lachman, who has a
beautiful voice, though with tremu
lant tendencies Ivas fiercely encored.
Whereupon she sang another piece.
Tho concluding "Gavotte" by tho
club was a bright piece, and it is to
bo regi cited that it wag lost ton
portion of the audience, who loft
befoic it was ended. The whole
chtcitaitiment ivivi very satisfactory
and mot with marked and general
THE PLANTERS MONTHLY.
The May number of this magazine
has come promptly to hand, and is of
more' than usual interest.
The articles are all instructive,
and nearly all of a practical nature.
It begins with a thoughtful paper on
Constitutional Government, which is
timely nnd forcible. The following
statements should be pondered :
'.'It is just as necessary that the
King keep within constitutional
limits as for tho Courts or Legisla
ture. The constitution declares that
the King governs for the good of tho
whole people and not for the benefit
or honor of any class, individual or
family. The people have the right,
and it may be said .that it is their
duty, to soo that government is for
the common good."
Next comes an article taken from
the Sityar Cane on the amount of
juice left in trash after the cane is
ground ; then a statement of the
articles exempt from duty under the
Reciprocity Treaty with Mexico.
This is followed by an account of
the quarterly meeting of the Trustees
of the Planters Company ; and tables
showing the commerce between Cali
fornia and the Hawaiian Islands.
We notice one item which appears
incorrect, namely: $15,000 woith
of butter exported from California
to these Islands in 18S3, while the
value of the groceries for the same
period is placed at $36,300.
"Our Plantation Fuel and How
to Use It," is evidently written b'
one who knows whcieof he speaks.
The statement of the sugar yield
at Waianae, Oahu, is rematkable
indeed. Seven and two-fifth tons of
sugar per acre is enormous and ex
ceptional. A piece on roses shows how easily
rose cuttings ma7 be imported, and
another entitled " The Future,"
suggests the product of other crops
The communications arc pre-eminently
of a practical nature.
A page of "items" completes the
Altogether it is one of the best
numbers yet published.
ONE or two intclligi nt I30YS (white
preferred), for the printing bupi
ness. Apply Daily Bulletin Ollice. &
urn n nn it"h. n, urrniMlTV
if i -i a
'ISiY-Sp " '-" "i- lu ujjuunii i .. t
V 1 UKNibilJii IjUIIUi.Mj
S 110 USt3 known as the
118 Nuuanu Avenue, abo e Beretania
Sticet, a so, some COTTAUU ItOUilS.
Apply on the premises to
7051m Mrb. J. T. WHITE, Propiictoic
. , 1
Cottage to Let and Furniture
COT 1'AGi: ON PALACE WALK near
Punchbowl slieet, contains) 5 lloonis.
and Bath. Fin niture complete through
out. Rent ot pitmisc-. 15 Furniture
10 hell (cosl) 330.
Apply lo J. E. WISEMAN,
707 Iw Geneial Business A,rcnt.
ONE SIDE or that beautiful Office
now occupied entire by J. E.
Wiboman in tho l ampbell Blouk, .Mer
clnnt mip't. with hi lee ofnc Finnituie,
Apply to J . E. WISEMAN.
Oil ti Geneial Business Agent.
F urn "shed Eoams.
17011 GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
; toMliS.'JW.NEIt 82 Kln-j Sit eel,
neui'y Oiipoiio tho Windsor Restaurant,
IIC0 ly b
BUILDING LOT '200ft x 100ft
A VERY DESIRABLE BUILDING
LOT 200 x 100. on the corner ot
Pellicula and Lunnlilo blieets, being
centnil in its location, having a com
manding vlow. And both fenced and
watered. Making It a very fine lot for
a family residence.
Applv to. James A. Kkn-vkdy,
iit the Honolulu Iron Woiks.
ON CONSIDERATION pf the urgent
request ot our cniployes, wo beg
to givo notice that on anilaftcr May 10th
lSSt, IIIC HOIIOIIIIU iron Hurhsviu. m
cloc their Works on Satiudays at 13
o'clock noon. , rt
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Honolulu, May Hid, lb:4. 70 1 lw
HONOL.DLU IRON "WORKS,
Steam endues, sucar mills, boil.
crs, coolorii; iron, braes and lead cast
ings ; machinery of ovory description
made to order. Particular attention paid
to ship's black smithing. Job work oxc
outed at short notice '
J. 31. OAT & CO., ttAIMrAKKKK
Loft in A. F. OookeH New FiicProof
Building, foot of Nuuanu Street.
Flags of all descriptions mule laid
repaired, ly h
Ocoaiiic Steamship Oompr
jafoncu ami KlegaiilSleuiTHilp's
Will lruu' Honolulu and San
Fianciseo on the
1st and 1 5th of Each Month.
Passexoki'.s may have their names
booked in advance by applying at thy
onlcc of the agents.
Passengers by this line are heicby no
tified that they will be allowed 200 lbs
of baggage free by tho Ovcilantl Rail
way, when traveling East.
Excursion Tickots for Round Trip, $125,
good to mturii by any of tho Company's
."steamers within ninety days.
Meiichaxoisi: intended for shipment
by this lino will bo received free of
chaigo in thu Company's New Waic
house and lecelpts issued for same.
lxsuuAKcr. on moickaudlso, whilst in
the warehouse, will be at owner's risk.
Wm. O. Iuwin&Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
WIXDTEXfc'S S. S. CO.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., tDiiuhir.g at Lubaina, Mnu.
laeu Bay, Makuua, Mahukona, Ha
waiian;, Laupnhoehoo and Hilo.
Returning, will touch at all tho
alovc ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Satin day afternoon.
Steam Navigation Company's
IiEMG OF tATEXXUBXtS.
uates, . Commander,
Will run regularly for Kona and Kau
Leaves Honolulu at 4 p.m. on
Friday, April 4 Tuesday, May 27
Tuesday, " 15 Fiiday, June (i
Friday, " 25 Tucdaj-, " 17
Tuesday, May (5 Fiiday, 27
Fiiday, " 10
Akkivks at Honolulu at 5 p.m.
Friday, gApiil It Tuesday, June a
Tuesday, " 22 Fiiday, " 13
Fiiday, Muy 2 Tuesday, " 24
Tuesday, " 13 Friday, Jdlv 4
Fiiilav, " 2.3
cameiion, - - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu cvory Tuesday
at 0 p.m., for ITawiUwili, Koloa, Eleele,
and Waimea, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawiliwili every Satuulay evening.
The James Makee,
vitnuMAS, - - Commander
Leaves Honolulu every Thursday
at a p.m. for Knpaa and Kilauea. He
tinning, leaves Kauai every Tuesday at
4 p-m., and touching at Wainae, both
The C. R. Bishop,
davip, .... Commander.
Leaves Honolulu ovcry Tuesday
at 4 p.m. for Kukuihnclc, Honokaa and
Paauh'iu. Returning airivcs at Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The favoiitc bglne
W. G. Irwin
Turner, - Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For fi eight or passage apply to
Wm. G. Ikwin &, Co., Agents.
FOR IIILO DIRECT.
The Clipper Schooner
Ncaion, - - - JIabter,
Will run regularly between Honolulu,
and Hilo., For freight or passage apply
lo tho Captain on uoaru, or to uic
Pacific Navigation Co.,
Oil '.lm Cor. Nuuanu & Queen sis.
tiii: kAbt sailing
will run regularly
fu 1AIALTJA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thuiflday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
Pacific Navigation Co.,
- i r-. .. .
LAIftBE & GO.
Have a 'Largo Slock of the
VEET BEST HAY.
Which h olfered at Low est Market Prices
Delivered Free to any part of the City
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Agents for tho Hoover Telephone.
Commissioner of Doedsfor California
Telephone No. 147. 7(10
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
H. Cavonagh, ,a a Proprietor.
Cook'dtoord'rv;:'At all hours.
Oystora, Celery, Salmon, and Fruit
Received by every steamer, mil
i.oi.u, Pept. 21,188a.
TVTOT1CE Is hoioby given that no Hunts
1 contracted on hulialf of the 11a
wnliftu bund will bo recognized or paid
unless oi dered by tho undersigned ,
Jno. O. Dominib,
Governor of Oahu.
0Mjlion?N ISwv JjHocU, Morolmnt. PWroot,
Irlrplionc, 172 l' o. U x, Sir,
JG$ XO -A JL. JICJ H T V rr K yV 3U IS" rJL
Employment Agent, Custom House Broker,
Firo and Life Iuourance Agent,
and General Business Agent
The only General Business Agent in the Iliwalinn Islands'.
0S0 ty Ordc of Evciy Kind and N'nture Solicited from the Various Islands.
I O. Uox 297.
No. 67 and 09 Hotel Street.
Just Received per Mariposa, May 8,
Fresli Oysters, Fresli Cal, Salmon, k,
And a full lhi9 of Eresh Cal- & Eastern Groceries.
Pea Meal, Bean Meal, Maize, &c, &c,
GooilM Mold r.ow, aiidInUvcvccl Vveo of Chnrgi to all ptutM of city. '
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Hardware, AgriciUtural Implements,
Dillingham Steel Plows, Fence Wire, Staples, B a
Kerosene Oil, House Furnishing Goods, Lamp
SILVER PLATED WARE, &c, S.C., &c. 652
BtMxiaajumaaMMKMsxinitK,intiiarrwarT--rr- 'fi-if,ivKBTT--nr- -- - ----T- -t-h- - irr-iTrr-i-T-t-oi
EEADT FOR FURNISHING HOUSES.
OF EVERY rJESCail'TIO.V
105 & 107 Fort Street,
CS Island Orders will receive Prompt
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,.
75, 7? and 81
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(T-ato ivr. j. xtosas.)
All oidcrs for WhcoUvchiclus of every description tilled with proniptncbb and
dispatch. Fiist-class Mechaniis employed all the year round.
nor FINE CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY. -a
Nothing too hot or too heavy for in. TRAM CARS, OMNIBUSSES. PLANTA.
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX CARTS, made to order? altered or lepaired.
Our Horse Shoeing Department
Is under the mpervision of a practical man ,i mechanic second to nor.". Wo
hnvo no m.o for waking scalds or lot tubs. All work guaianlced.
SOhargc- mo'derate. WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
-K5S ly 7i. 77 nnd 81 King Street.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG Leave
to intoim the Pullir and their
Friends tltat they have opened a Black
smith and Wagon Shop
No. 32 King Street
below Maunakca where they ar' prepaid!
and Wagon-, on the Shun.M Noiieo
and Beasonablc termt-.
N. B. Our lloii-e Shoeing depattnieut
is not under tho Supervision of himi
men, but wo do the work out selves.
Ourinottoguarantooto give Satisfaction,
give us a call.
(181 3m RE WC ASTLE & SAG A R,
(Successor to C, P. Ward.)
All ouiers for caiiugu promptly at.
tended to, at the lowest lates. Alt-o for
White anil Black Maiul
In quantltirH to Fiiit. at lowest pilr.es.
. CDS ly
PIONEKR STEAM '
V. HORN, Practical Confeotionei,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
No. 71 Hotol at. Telephone 74.
Telephone No. 210.
and Picture Frames
Honolulu, H. I.
and Carpful Attention. 000 3m b
75, 77 and 81
Horso Shoeing a specialty3
A first-class man being specially engaged
for that work.
Ship and Wagon work faithfully
Shop on the Esplanado, op. Hoppcr's.204
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERS
and all whom It may concern.
p-pjM.'f-" Tho undersigned having
mN'T!!f2?$1$mado alterations, additions,
-"FrSrlTlSKnd improvements lu his
Wasitox (Ai FACTORY,
is now prepared to givo
The Highest Cash Value
for any quantity' of
And will furnish containeis for tho saino
free of cost to any one who may desire,
T1IOS. W. ItAwiilXfe.,
Honolulu Soap Works.
Olllco In Brick Building,
King btrect, Leleo. . '483 lj