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THURSDAY, MAY 15, ltftij.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noon of to-day, May IS
Sun Sets 0 31.
Sim Rises 17 21.
Moon EUus 11 IS.
High Tide ( huge) 0 00.
HlghTido (small) 21 00.
WIND AND WEATIIEIl
ltocoiil from nooriot yostpiilny:
Atbffl"l. Thcunomctcr nnln.
I 411 I Ml I 22h ah I Oh I 18h II to I8h
I 30.0J I 30.12 1 .'0.UI 78 I 713 72 C 0.00
Whul, N.L., stiontj Unties; hlty, fulr; Soil,
OCEANIC "S. S. CO.
KOU SAN KMAXCISCO.
M irlposa. . . . Lb i ve, II . nolulu, Mny lfith
Alameda.. .i eave Ho oluln. .lunu Ut.
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
roil AUCKl.VNIl AND SYDNEY :
City of Sydney On SliylT
KOK SAN I'HANCIECO.
S'm-r Autriilin 7VLy 11
Diamond Head, .Mnj I. 3 p.m
Strong N.E. wind.
Schr Mary Alice from Lanai
Schr Rainbow from Koolau
S. S. Mariposa for S. P.
Bk D C Murray for S. F.
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW. '
Stmr Planter for windward ports
Stmr Jas Makce for Waianae& Kauai
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
Schr Kawailani for Koolau
Schr Pauahi for Ilanalei
For S. F. per D. C. Murray, May
15 G W Newson, J Olsen, O Olson,
H Olsen & 3 children, T Toosen.
The following passengers are
booked to sail by the "Mariposa"
this afternoon, at five o'clock :
Mr & Mrs Brenig, Mrs M A Fuller,
Miss Fuller, Miss Foster, Governor,
Mrs & Master Hale, Rev. Dr, J K
McLean, Mrs & Miss Roc, F II Smith,
P Ludewig, Mrs & Mr Widdefield,
IlCornwell, "WCBrixly, IOIJarvis,
Hon. C R Bishop, Miss C Mclntyre,
Mrs Ta'llant, Miss Wright, F Gun,
C Williams, Mr- & Mrs Soper & three
children, Mr & Mrs Menel three
children & servant, Mrs Roberts, Mr
sugar from Koolau.
Schr Mary Alice brought 200 sheep
& CO bales of wool from Lanai.
The Kitsap finished discharging her
deck, load this morning.
xThe "W. G- Irwin will probably sail on
The Gucstav is loading sugar and
molasses for Tahiti. She expects to sail
The D. C. Murray sailed for S. F this
p.m. She took 671G bags of sugar, 200
bags of rice, and 143 bbls of molasses.
Total domestic value 33,083.01.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Wiseman has several useful horses
. . . -
Profitable business for sale,
Fuknitukb for sale, and houses to
let at Wiseman's.
The S. S. Zealandia is due on
Sunday the 17th hist.
Regulak monthly meeting of the
Y. M. C. A. will be held this even
ing. . o
Sin H. B. Loch has been appointed
Governor of Victoria vice the Mai quis
of Normanby resigned.
Twenty Tons New Zealand Oats
just received per Ausf alia, for aale
by the Union Feed Co. 712 1 w.
Tiiuru was a ph.loljgical discus
sion of considerable merit going on
in the Police Court this morning,
Tiieiie will be a sale of real estate
at E. P. Adams', at 12 o'clock,
noon, Saturday. Regular cash sale
on Friday at 10 a.m.
It will be seen by a By Authority
notice, that Custom House Duties
must be paid in U. S. gold coin on
and after June 1st.
Loud Coleridge sentenced Mr.
Edmund Yates, proprietor of the
World newspaper to four montliB
imprisonment for a libel on the Eurl
There was allghtonTuesday after
noon on Emma, stieet between two
native girls. Later on a more ex
tensive light commenced on the same
between six combatants,
Focu offices to let, well lighted
mid ventiliitcd over the I. X. L.
store, corner Nuuntiu and Queen
alicutH. GUI tf
In boiing the artesian well on the
other side of Diamond Head the lod
broke at a deptli of 255 leet. Tin.
Inning is abandoned, the sinking
being crooked and umvoikablc. Alca
na & Co. are the propiietors of this
unfortunate concern. They intend
to stait another well.
An examination was held yester
day by Mr. IJayton on the body of a
Chinaman, who died on boaid the
otenmer Jas.- Makee, the deputy
marshall decided f torn the evidence
before hiin in general terms that
"death fioiu exhaustion" was the
only decision to be arrived at.
A Cliinainan appeared in Couit
yesterday morning in u fearfully
damaged btatc, lie had a warrant for
assault and battery at Honolulu
whole ns it took place at Ewa.
Judge Bickciton declined to issue
any such inegular win rant as an in
fringement of the Ewa uiagistrate'b
privileges, the offence was committed
within the jurisdiction of the magis
trate of the Ewa district.
Axoihuk mob of sheep invaded
the city this morning. Of course
they were going in the opposite direc
tion to that which they should have
of course the drivers were act
ing as brutally as usual. Onevery
pleasing incident happened Fin this
connection. One native, who at
tempted the inuocont liberty of riding
over the sheep, was promptly thrown
down and walked on. Itisabomina
ble that sheep should be .illtrcated
so much, especially as they have to'
be eaten by some of us.
8350 are required by the Base
Ball authorities for the improvement
of their grounds, the erection of a
pavilion, etc. The pavilion is re
quired for several purpose such as
shelter for ladies, accommodation of
the bund, a dressing place for the
players. It is estimated that this
will cost about $400. The Club have
on bund something over SI 00.
Everybody interested in the well
being of our young men, will no
doubt be happy to assist in securing
the needful accessories to this, our
national game. Subscriptions are
earnestly requested and Mr. Ilewett
at Messrs. J. M. Oat & Co., is pre
pared to leceive any amount at any
and all times.
TO THE VOLCANO.
By a new advertisement in to
day's Bulletin, it will be seen that
Messrs. Foster & Co. are issuing
through tickets, and return, to the
volcano, for $60, which includes
horses, guides, board and lodging,
from the time of departure from
Honolulu until return. The round
trip by the steamer Planter occupies
seven days, giving ample time to
tourists of four days to visit the
volcano, sulpher baths, and many
other interesting scenes. At present
tourists will be landed at Punaluu.
thence by railroad to Pahala, where
horses and guides will be in atten
dance. In the course of a few months
the long and weary ride on horse
back from Pahala to the volcano will
be dispensed with. A fine carriage
road is now being made 10 miles,
it is expected, will be completed in'
about two months when a large and
comfortable four-horses bu3 will run
from Pahala to the Volcano House.
A commodious and handsome passen
gers car is now being built for the
Pahala Railroad for the accommo
dation of tourists.
STATEMENT OF FUNDS
Of the Honolulu Base Ball Club:
Cash received, S1SA.00; Cash pro
mised, $7.00; Total, $141.00.
Expenses. Clearing weeds off
grounds, bill of W. Lishmnn, $51.00;
Express hire to the grounds, over
looking workmen, S3.00; Bill of
Burgess, closing gate, painting and
whitewashing, benches and fences,
825.00 ; Carting earth to fill up holes
in the ground, $10.00 , Grounds
rolled by the Government, no ex
pense; Total, $90.75. Balance,
Estimate of carpenters for the
erecting of the pavillion, $400.00;
Amount required to complete the
Statement of A. M. Hewctt, Trea
surer pro tem.
More charming lady visitors in
the I hill yesterday.
Kaunamatio, C. J., disagreed
again with tins Attorney Genet al.
The danger lit i ig o.'it Noble
Walker returned to his seat yester
day. Whatever may le said of E. K.
Lillkalani, he is gentlemanly in de
bale. lion. J. Ricliaidson does not
speak often, but when he does it is
to the point.
Joseph Sykes apologizes very
freely. Visions of chairs and things
seem to float before him.
The Ministers voted right on
the opium question. Whatever their
motives, they should have credit for
So Joseph Sykes is no more an
alien, but a denizen. This deniza
tion business is u sort of w hitc wash
J. E. Bush, J. Kaae, J. L. Kau
lukou. E. K. Lilikalani, J. T. Baker
and J. K. Kaunaniano voted in favor
of an opium license.
Hon. J. D. Sprcckcls nearly
went to sleep in the hall yesterday.
But was wakened by the rolling-mill
oiec of the prophet.
Hon. Lilikalani, the Legislative
dude, leached the high tide of his
parlianu'iilaiy history yesteiday,
when he arose to support the opium
license bill, of which he announced
himself the Dad. With all the dig
nity he could muster, he pulled him
self together and slowly io&e to hio
feet. He began his address by
btating that this was the pioudest
day of his life, and then he got hold
of a somewhat voluminous looking
manuscript and proceeded upon what
promised to be a lengthy and ex
haustive speech, but in about five
minutts he stranded among the icefs
of argument and sat down, leaving
his child in a somewhat piccarious
Furniture for Sale aufil
Cottage to Lease.
nJ8i&& ( ON VEN1 EN T CO 1 TA I K
$&$& No. Ll, King Si reel, between
SSSS-SH Alukea and Rirl a d S.iects
tSlinuiiibin all 0 KuomsFuruiiid, will
ell Fnrniturc, foi :'0'. And Lease ot
lioiibc l8,n month. Four Eooiiis have
been it-nted by the owner bringing
In 30, a nonlli.
Ajip'i At "e to J. E WISEMAN",
7i-i Iw G.nen.l Bu i c A.eiit.
in sum-, to u.t. Ini .i t of
Ht K ii ir S et.
CONSIGNEES IE : ABB '
R i-j It from ie tok
will nleiwo nil I and nay
tiuitsm, uiid r( tlvc ORD R$ at
J'astle & Cooke, Agen'B. .
Honolulu, M.iy lUt i. lv4 7 1 v
- In Lot
To Suit Purchasers
KI.XKEDY & COVS.,
7lfltf Ho el Strei t.
Notice to Stockholders
rpil'5 QIARThLY MlETIXUof th
X Sto tk) o dors uf E. U. 11.1 1.& So
Ijin.iUd, wil he hultl ni t luir ollho
Wt.iJi.ebd.iv, Miv M Ji, tit 2 o'olock p.m.
L. V, A LES,
71121 S Miiry
Furiiiuliod IIohho to Lot,
. At' lUNAUOU. coi.11,.1.1.
&P&W l-""-1J .l'dii, f I'
5S I'ustu.f, Ailu,lnii
nb, Mir, mid
ayiVLSWa I'uatuic. Aiiuiluii uitr on
,.,. i lumi u. Apply at tnu fllji) oi thi
... ' min...
tjp r ii i
A GOOD UAKEit who thoroughly
iiAduittindii m Lu.Iiicsk, Al o
oiu wlio lias a gene al knowledge ol th
i.mhi(vsi :uul unili tsLiiiiIr iniikinir bi cud
Gotidwages and S culy 1 o ition. Apply
at once to
J. E WISKMVN,
711tf General Hur.iiiouj Agent.
10 LET lit the HLIiGAXVLY
UOjriC kno in iw tlio
118 Nuuanu Avenue, aLo e Eeretaniu
aiieei.aso, soino OO'l'l'AGd KOOMS.
Apply on tlio proiiiUoa to
705 hn Miv. J. T. WHITE, Propiletoiesf
IE SIDE of that lieautiful Offlco
now occunh'tl ciniro by J. E.
w'ivi.in n In ill Cnirmtmll Hloek. Mer
ch.int -( t, wl li3.aect ollUio FurultiiH',
Apply to J. E. -WISEMAN.
041 tt Qout'ial liusiue Agent.
Oceanic- Steamship Oomp'y.
u anil 1 leg iitStiiii.Hliip
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will kac Hi nolulu iiud Sun
FniticiM.u on the
1st and 15 th. of Each Month.
PASsnxar.ns may have their names
booked In tidvanoe by nppb tug at the
olliue ol the agents?.
I'absengera by this line are hereby no
tified that I hey will be allowed 2.0 lbs
of baggage fice by 1 ho Overland Hull
way, w-lieu traveling East.
Excursion Tickets tor Round Trip, $125,
good lo letitrn liy any ot tlio Coinp.my'b
bltMinur-t within ninety d iy.
AlKKCiiANDisn intended for shipment
by lliis line will be received lieu of
cnargc in the Company's Nuw Wnie
house ami receipts Issued for eamc.
LnsukAnck on ineiehaudlsc, whilst in
Ike warehouse, w 11 be at owuei's rUk.
War. U. hi win & Co.,
Anents, O. S. S. Co.
AVXJL.JLJL3LC'$ S. . CO.
King, C iiiiiminder,
JLrt.-uv'ea rionolulu each Tueaday at
4 p.m., tDtlcliitig at Lalniina, Maa-liiL-ii
Hay, Makuiia, Mahukoua, Ka
wuiliae, Laupalioelme nnd liilo.
Ui'tiiiiiitig, ,'ill toueli at all thft
ulovi- porta, arriving at Utmolulu
uueli Sutii' ay utti-imniii.
Steam Navigation Company's
liEKfi OS? STEA3IEKS.
mates, . - . Comninnder,
Wt:i i mi ujgnl rly for Koui and Kuu
Lkavks Honolulu at 4 p.m. on
FllflllV. An 1 Tiiiirlnv AInv '.'
" I I ' ... J.... , , ....4,
F.iday, .lune li
Tttesd.iv, " 17
F.iday,' " i7
Ki ulny, " y.i
l'ueitliiv, Slay 11
Prhiny " 10
Ai:iuvi:s at Honolulu at 5 r.M
fii-tity, Apiil II
T.teailny,' ' 22
r'riday, M y a
Tueoiitiy, " 13
i-'iilai, " 2J
camkiion, - - - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Kolou, Elccle,
and Waimua-, Kauai, licluruing, leaves
Nawiliwili every riaiuid.iy evening.
The James Makee,
ritKCMAX, . . Commander
Lcavos Honolulu every Thursday
at 8 p.m. lor lvapau and Kilaue.i. Ec
tiiining, lenves Kiiiiai every Tuesday at
4 p-m , and toucliing at Wninae, boili
The C. R. Bishop,
davis, .... Commander.
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 4 p.m. for Kukuihaelc, Ilonokaa and
Paauli.ui.-RoMirnin airivcs .it Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The f.ivoiitc bgtnc
W. G. Irwin
Turner, - Master,
W II lune quick dispatch for the above
port. For tie glil or passage npply lo
"Wsi. G. Iuwi.N & Co., Agents.
FOR IIILO DIRECT.
The Clipper Schooner
Ni- oj, ... Master,
Will ma regularly between Honolulu,
and Ililo. For truighl or parage apply
to the C iptnm on board, or to tne
Facikic Navigatijn Co.,
(ill "tin Cor. Nuuanu & Qaeen sis.
Till! FAST SAILIKO ,
will run tcgularly
.i.1ALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday-, weather
For freight or pansngc apply to the
Captain on board, or to
Pacific Navioation Co.,
LAINE & CO.
II io a L-irgo S'ock of ne
VAT BEST HAY.
Which is otTcied at Lowest MirkctPricca
Dolivored Frootoany part or the City
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance 03-
Agents for tlio IIoocr Telephone.
Co -nmissioner of Deods for California
Telephone No. W7. 71 0
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
ICXC: 8rXl? GET,
II. Cavenagli, a Proprietor.
MJafl ftsSj JlKAJLS
Cook'iltoord,r';;i3nSAt all hours
Oysters, Celery, Salmon, and Fruit
Received I y over,' steamer.
GoviniKou's ui'Kiorc, Hoxo-
j.ui.u, Sept. 24,1 "81. y
NOTICE la luueby given hat no dolus
contracted on bel.nlf of the Ha
waiian htm I will lie recognize 1 or paid
uuless oidcrtd by the under Igne 1.
Jno. '. Dominib,
Governor of Oahu.
J. E, WISEI
Campljell'is Tsov JJloelc,.... ....Merchant Street,
Telephone, 172. P. O. Uox, JJiri.
DRIA-JLj 33,3?A.rJL',DE -A. GS-X2 IST T,
Employment Agent, Custom HoUso Broker,
Fire and Life Insurance Agent,
and General Business Agent
Thi- only General Binlnc Arcnl in the Iliwailm Island".
OkO ly Or.lots of Every Kind and Nairn c St 1 cited from the Various Islands.
P. O. llox 207.
No. G7 and 69 IIolol Street
Just Received per
fosli Oysters, Fr
And a full line of Fresh Cal- & Eastern Groccri2S.
Pea Mqal, Bean Meal, Maize, &c., &c,
ooi1h Moltl Low. nnillrUvcrpil l-'l-co of Clmrcc to all partH of city.
IMPORTERS 'AND DEALERS
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
IJillingl am S eel P"o.v, Fence Wire, Staples, a B
Kerosene OH, iHouje Furnishing Goods, Lamp
SILVER PLA'I ED WARE. &c, &c, &c. 052
EEADT FOR IUMISHING HOUSES.
Lainbre.ju'ns, Cornices and Picture Frames
OP LVEKY DESCRIPTION MAUE TO'JORUEll.
105 & 107 Toil Street, Honolulu, H. I.
EST I-dard Or'e-s will ro'civc P o-mt and Careful Attention. GOO 3m 1
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
0L.") - '?w
7.r, 77 and SJ ppr2
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(Luto t. J. HOS33.)
All orders for Wlieol-vehielcs of every description tilled with promptness nnd
divpatch. First-class Mechanics employed all the year round.
JUST FINE CABBLiVGE WORK A SPECIALTY, -a
Nothing too hot or too heavy for in. TRAM OAKS, OMNIBUSSES. PLANTA.
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX CAHTS, ninde to order, nltercd Or roflaircd.
Our Horso Shoeing Department
Is under the supervision of a prnctir.nl man a mechanic hccoiuI to nor.'j. Wft
huvc no use for soaking scalds or jot tubs. All work guaranteed.
.-Charges moderate. WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
M) lv 7r.. 77 and 81 Kini: Street.
npilE UNDERSIGNED BEG Leave
X lo intouij thu Pin lie and their
rtiundo that they I ae opcutvl a Blat'l:
Miiith and Wngou Simp
No. 32 King Street
1...1.1 .i M'liinntro.i u linrn IliPV :tri tiviiD.ititil
li) MnkoniidB 'piUrall kiiutsof Caniiigcs
inn) Wiujoiis on thu Shoitcst Notice
mid Jtcibtmuhlo tcriiif-.
N. H. Our Hoi-he Shoeing department
i-i noi under the Supurvlnion of liiied
men, but wc do the work ouibclus
Our motto guniantee to givo Salisfuction,
give us a call.
m 3m ' R E WCASTLE & SAG R.
(Successor to C. P. Ward.)
(11 ...!..... fM. nn.fn.p.i tmilfltlv' lit.
iVIl UiliUI-J ll'l ll(,u iiwii...j .v-
tentled to, at tlio lowest, rate". Also for
AVIilte unit llldfU Kami
in quantities to suit, al lowest prices.,
g COS ly
F. HORN, I'ractical Confcotionoi,
Paatry Cook and Baker.
IN o.7i uotoi m. loiepxiono .
Telepl one No. 2-10.
Mariposa, May 8,
BE & Co.
75, 77 and 81
Horso Shooing a specialty
A first-class in tin being specially engaged
for that work.
Ship and Wagon work faithfully
Shop on the Esplanade, op. nopper's.204
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERS
and all whom It uiny concern.
j.rY.vw The uuderslgned having
MfXKMmiulo alterations, additions,
OT8iand improvements in his
m-Jhd SOAP FACTORY,
is now prepared to glvo
The Highest Cash Value
for any quautlty of
And will furnish containers for tho Bame
free of cost to any one who may desire.
VIIOH. W. KAWiTilNS,
Honolulu Soap 'Works.
Ofllco la Brick Building,
King street, Leleo. 488 lj