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TUESDAY, JINE 10, lsS-J.
SIJH, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noon of to-dav. .luuo 10
High Title (small ) is :,().
wisi and wii.unnit
Kcnml Irom noon of yotoulny
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WlnOi y.i:.t fvesh; Sky, llnu; Sea, Kinootlt.
Diiun-md Head, .June 10, '.( p.in
II B M S Swifturo from Callao
II B M S Mutine from Callao
Stmr Jas Makee from Kauai
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Stmr C R Bishop for Ilamakua
Bktno Discovery for S. F.
Sclir Waiehu for Nawilhvili
Selir Malolo for Paukaa
Schr Maun for Ilonomu
SchrAVaioli for South Kona
Scilir Luku for Koholalele
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bktno Ella for S. F.
Bk C O Whitmore for Port Townscnd
Stmr Kinau for windward ports
Stmr Kilauea Hon for Kahului
Stmr Mokolii for Koolau
For S. F. per Bktne Discovery,
June 10 S Norris, II Norton Mrs.
E H Thacher & 2 children.
From Kauai per Jas Makee, June
JO J L Richardson & wife, Mrs. C
E Richardson, Miss M Richardson,
Miss L Ilapai, Miss C Coney, Capt.
Ahlbaum, II II Wilcox, SLindeman,
IIoN ck and wife and 30 deck.
The bktne Discovery sailed this i. in.
for S. F. She took 10S90 hags of sugar,
& 2117 bags of rice, valued at $71085.81.
Stmr Jas Makee brought SSt! bags of
sugar and 175 bags of tare.
1-iA.wx Tennis Shoes as A. W.
Richardson & Co. 735 2t.
Tin: races will commence at 10 a.
m. sharp to-morrow.
Mr S. W. Forman a well known
San Francisan journalist arrived by
Tin: Kinau will leaves for wind
ward ports to-morrow. Wednesday
at 0:30 p. m., sharp.
We are pleased to welcome back
the Hon. Mrs. C. R. Bishop in an
improved state of health.
Foun offices to let, well lighted
and ventilated over the I. X. L.
store, corner Nuuanu and Queen
streets. G01 tf
The well known stallion King
William was sold at auction this p. m.
by Marshal Parke to Messrs. Miles
Bros, for $850.
Tin: arrangements for the annual
show of the Royal llaM'aiian Agri
cultural Society are nearly com
pleted. William Toomey, one of the young
pupils at lolani College, fell from a
tree on Sunday and broke his arm.
The little fellow is progressing favor
ably. Tin: officers of the Boys Reading
Room Association will be glad to
receive contributions of books. If
you have any book or books to spare,
dont forget the boys.
The Rev. R. W
by the Mnriposa,
md will roumin
hero waiting for the arrival of the
missionary brig Morning Star, now
Tin: Republic National Convention
was to have met in Chicago June 3d.
The day after the Mariposa left. By
the S. S. Australia due Sunday we
shall hear who .has received the
nomination for President.
II. B. M. S. Swiftsuku, Hag ship
of the Pacific, arrived off port last
evening from Callao. She is com
mended by Capt. Aitchcson, is an
18 gun iron screw steamer, armour
plated and 'ship-rigged, 01)10 tons
and '1910 horse-power.
Mr.ssHS. Iloffschlaegcr & Co. have
just received a consigment of pianos
from the celebrate factory of Ed.
Westermayer, Berlin. Wo know that
these pianos arc first class, both as
regards tono and workmanship and
aro specially suited for this climate.
Lyoxs & Levey willhold thcirRcgu
lar OVh Sale on Saturday.
Tin: promises on Liltlm struct,
belonging to J. II. Black, were sold
to-day by Lyons & Levey for$ 1,000.
Mark Robinson being the purchaser.
Tin: Post-olllcc will bo closed to
morrow, but all prepaid letters posted
sip to " p. in. of Wednesday will be
'forwarded by the out going steamer
V"iii:n you go to the races to-morrow,
and the time conies for refresh
ment of any kind, remember that
Nolte's Casino is close by, and he
makes no increase in prices.
I'ost-mXstt.u Whitney, received by
the Alameda, 100,000 of the new
stamped envelopes. There are about
ten or twelve different varieties, and
they will be ready for sale in a day
Tin: ladies of Saint Andrew's
Church intend giving, early next
month, a concert for the purpose of
raising funds to purchase material to
be made up for the approaching fair
Tur. entertainment given last, even
ing by the pupils of Kawaiahao
Seminary, drew out a large atten
dance ; and the somewhat lengthy
programme was excellently ren
dered. The singing of the song
" Blue Alsatian Mountain." by Miss
Julia Poli was very good.'
Thk barkentine Discovery com
menced discharging a cargo of 850
tons of freight, on Tuesday and at
3 p. m. on Saturday she had dis
charged the whole and taken on
board 750 tons freight. 10,00 tons
of cargo was handed in about days ;
half a day being lost on account of
IIknky C. Emery the man charged
with forgery, was brought up yester
day on remand, but further reman
ded for a week. Ills Honor Judge
Bickcrton sent the prisoner over the
reef, so as to receive medical attend
ance, henot being in a proper state
to undergo examination, owing to
his recent exposures to evade arrest.
Mh. James Welch has received a
letter by the Mariposa to the effect,
that Herbert Slade the Maori pugi
list with a number of the same fra
ternity, will arrive by the Alameda,
for the purpose of giving exhibitions
of the noble art of self defence in
this city. They will remain for a
few days and leave on the Zealandia
for the Colonies.
Notv that we have a Jockc' Club
formed, and as we expect some fine
racing from our fine young stock, it
will be very necessary that accurate
time be kept of the performance of
each steed, and thisjean be douc only
by each owner of such stock provi
ding themselves with one of those
gold chronographs, to be had from
M. Mclnerny. 733 fit.
Two young Chinese lads, at Ka
lihi, on the Ewa road, amused them
selves yesterday iti trying (he relative
speed of their steeds, perhaps pre
paratory to the 11th of June. One
was thrown violently from his horse,
but without serious injury. A
policeman happening to be at hand,
they were both arrested on a charge
of furious riding.
Between Moanalua and Puuloa,
and to seaward of Salt Lake, thero is
a considerable area of fertile, but
uncultivated land. The great im
pendiment to its cultivation is lack
of water for irrigation. At present
Mr. J. I. Dowsctt is having a well
bored, and if the attempt be sucess
ful in securing a flowing stream, a
magnificent track of land that is now
runninsr to waste will shortly ho
covered with profitable vegetation.
It is certainly time some change
was made in the present existing
liquor law. Coming down Nuuanu
Valley Saturday evening about 7
o'clock, we first met a party of
drunken natives on horseback dis
puting about two mules, creating
quite a disturbance. A little further
down we passed two more beastly
drunk, trying their best to keep
from falling out of an express, and
just below School 6lrcct wo met a
party of four intoxicated natives on
horseback hardly able to keep their
seats, All. this was seen within 20
mimites, and is of frequent occur
rence. Would it not be advisable to
have the Mounted Polico out Satur
day evenings. .
ITon. J, L. Kaulnkou snld In the
Legislative Assembly this morning,
that the Just loos of the Supremo
Court were not doing their duty,
but tho honorable moniker was
promptly sat upon by the President,
who told him not to speak in such a
disrespectful manner against the
Monday, June 9.
F M Hatch vs. J B Liloa, action on
promissory note for balance due
S179.-JG. Judgement for plaintiff.
F M Hatch vs. IugFoo, continued
until the 23 inst.
J S McGrew vs. Ah Cnec, action
for 200. damages. Judgement for
Kauipau vs. Paakaui, continued
from the 5 inst.. Settled out of
Eli CSorden vs. S Kepohoni, R
Rangis at al continued until the 12
Ah On vs. C R Bishop & Co.,
replevin of oxen continued until the
Tuesday, June 10.
Wilder & Co. vs. Kaaloliiole, de
serting contract servipe. Settled
out of Court.
Monday, June 9.
Kauia, T. Savidgc and W. Duns
ford, were fined $G each for drunken
ness. Pahia was lined $10, for disorderly
conduct on the 7th inst.
Ah Fat and Ah Man, for furious
riding on the 8th inst., were fined $6
Maria, deserting her husband, was
ordered to return.
6. D. Schraeder, charged with
heedless driving, was discharged.
Berte Jose Iqurio, for violating
express rule No. G, was fined $5 and
Wang'Ling, for assault and bafr
tcry on Mold on the 8th inst., was
remanded until 10th inst.
P. McCormick, for furious riding,
was fined $10.
Halai, for assault and battery on
Fai Fo on.the 8th inst.. was fined $5
and .$1 costs.
Bonnie, for assault and battery on
Kawai on the 8th inst., was reman
ded until 10th inst.
II. C. Emery, remanded from 7th
inst., was remanded until 17th inst.,
at request of defendant.
Kauiki, lemanded from the 7th
inst., was discharged.
A. K. Kunuiakea, for using threa
tening language toward T. W. Cua,
was ordered to file a bond in the sum
of Sl00, to keep peace for twelve
Max Kohm, charged with obtain
ing money under false pretences to
wit $200 from G. W. Lincoln at
Honolulu, on or about the 19th of
April, 1884, was remanded until the
lGth inst. J. M. Davidson for pro
secution, John Russell for defendant.
Tuesday, June 10.
Kioki was fined $6, for drunken
ness. Kaiuho and Lahapa, charged with
adultry, were discharged.
Bennic, remanded from the 9th
inst., was remanded until the 13th
Moses for assault and battery on
Ah Kwai, on the 8 iustv was reman
ded until 13 inst.
Quong Ling, remanded from the
9th inst., was discharged.
Pahupuu, charged with assault
and battery on Kuhaleaha, on the 7th
inst., was found not guilty and dis
charged. Ah Hey for assault and battery
on Kaumai, on the 9th inst., was
fined $7 and 3.30 costs.
H. B. M. S. MUTINE,
Capt. Edwards, arrived yesterday
afternoon 86 days from Callao. She
carries 128 men ; tonnage 1137 tons ;
horse-power 1180; guns G. The
following is a list of her officers :
Commander Fred. Edwards.
Lieutenants E. Lewis Lantr, C. II. Dare.
Physician Dr. Thomas O'Sulllvan.
Paymaster Alf do DPime.
Chief-Engineer Geo. Sullivan.
Assistant-Engineer Geo. Elbror.
Assistant-Paymaster II. W. B. Dcla-
Midshipmen II. I. L. Clark, P. II.
Gunner F. R. Roland.
Carpenter Jas. Peavn.
A Musical Entertainment.
ILL be given ul Kawaiaho rluwh
i oa i iiumiuv ovouiuir ,iiiut luiu.
for the benefit of Kuwaiiiliiio and Mtuun
'l'liu Cclubinled Hawaiian singer Julian
Wnlauika will take part.
Fiont Scats 1.00
Buck Keats GO
Doors open at 7:!50 p. in, to commence
at 8 p. in. 7H5 2t
Oh! for ilio Races.
'PICKETS OVER the Budge ami to
J. tho Grand Stand mv now boliuj
(old in Hie oilier ol' J. i;. Wl-i'inan, in
nidii' li ' iw llic puliln iiie iiiioiim
nlrsnT ami di-l.iv to ill" JJ'iiv.
Kaco Horses lor Sale.
SUV Kit A L Til O HO UO. ITER K 0
RACU HORdES for wile on ac
count of departure of the owner. These
horscsare all entered in the races of Juno
11th, and will bo sold with or without
7111 81 II. J. AGNEW.
K DRESS MAKERS. Apply Initne
D dintcly B. P. EIILEKS & Co.
ONE or two intelligent ROYS (white
preferred), for the printing husl
ne3s. Apply Daily Bullktik OlHcc.
AGIRL,.about 12 or 11 years of age,
to mind a Rabv. Adply al flic
Rui.t.ktin Office. 72S lw
A FEW SHARES of the Hawaiian
Carnage Manufactory Co., stocks
at u bargain. This is a regular divi
dend piijlng stocks, and a good invest
ment. Owner leaving ktlie Itiugdom.
Inquire at this olacc. I'M lw
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
No. 8 Maunakea St.
Trees and Saddles of all kinds made to
order and lepairing Harness, etc., done
in shoit notice. All orders promptly at
tended to. G93 ly
AS 1 INTEND leaving this ICingdom,
all persons aic hereby requested,
to present their plaims agaiiist me within
30 days of date, if they have anv, at the
office of M. S. Grimbaum & Co.
.1. P. MENDONCA.
Honolulu, Mny ltlth, 1884. 717 lm
Ed. MscMaepr & Co.
Have just received, per
Bk- Spica from Bremen,
and ofl'er for sale
Westphalia Mottwurst & Suolzc,
Gorman Vcgolablo in Tins.
Pilsoncr Boer in QuartG & Pints,
Lagor Boer in Quarts & pints.
Ono tine Square Piano of superior make,
One Cottago Piano,
A few Orchcstrionottes, a now Musical
E1. HloHricliIsicger & Co.
Ex B Carle Spicu. from Itrcmcn.
Two Cottage Pianos,
Eaoni the Celebrated Factory of
FOR SALE BY
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
735-2t , Wostermayor's Pianos.
A Large Assortment
- KOIl PALP.
At the Lowest Prices
at A. S. Cleghorn & Co's.
in boxes of C00, 250 and 10D, mnde by tho
for falo at moderate prices, by
F.tl. Holfrclilnegcv & Co.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
wo the undcrsicned have nr.
pointed Kcnu (k) of Ivukiiuko, as a Luna
over the Fisheries of Knnkaukukui and
Jfoiiololoa, leased by uh from B. Pnunlii
Bishop and Dowsett and Sumner. Any
person or persons who arc found fishing
or trespassing will he piosecuted accord.
in to law.
Sljjned,. LI MING & Co.
Honolulu, .iuno Sid, 1881. 730 2v
npiIE UNDEHSIGNED having been
JL appointed Asgnees in tho Bank.
rupi 13 it a to of O. Atnl, llonuapo nil
claims asruiiibt said Estnio must bo pre-
M'lHml duly authenticated to tho under
feigned within bix months, or ihoy will
bo forever haired, and all purlieu owing
mid Etate are required to make inline.
dinte payment to the tuiilci signed, at the
office of'llyman Brother.
Honolulu, May 10th, 1881, 715 lm
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To mnlio room fit' n rnvK' ytoeU of
New Goods to Arrive Soon
Fiom London, New Yori., und San Francisco,
All blook on hand during Iho noxt 30 days will he sold fop cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSICGOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chrdinos,
And a Largo Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lm :L,Y"OuIV Ac Co,
J. E. WESEEyfARI
Ciunpbcll'H New I31oelc, jMCcrclmiit Street,
Telephone, 172. V. O. Box, 315.
is, e: .a. :l, estate -A-G-eivt,
Employ mont Agent, Custom House Broker,
Tire and Life Insurance Agent,
and General Business Agent
only General Business Agent in the Hawaiian Islands.
0S0 ly Orders of Every Kind and Nature Solicited from the Various Islands.
The balanee'of the Stock of Goods of the
:003LiH,E: Ac Co.
having been removed to the
New Ware House
is now offered for sale at
and consists in part of the usual line of
so'long dcalt7in at the old stand.
Apply to B. F. BOLLES,
al the Ware House.
King- XJ Ttelepliono ?3tO.
P. O. Box 21)7. Telephone No. 240.
KENNEDY & CO.,
No. 67 and 69 Hotel Street Honolulu,
Just Received per Mariposa, June 9.
Fresh Large Cherries,
Red, White and Black, on ice.
Eine Fresh Eed Currants, on ice, -
Just arrived c.vMariroju.
FliESII GROCERIES, from tlto.bcst mfgs, and Frc3h California Produce.
joodH Sold IjOyw imil Dellvoi-eil Free of Charge to all pnrtH oTcIty.
BILLIMGHAM & Co.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Dillingham Steel Plows.Fcnco Wire, Staples,
Kerosene Oil, House Furnishing Goods, Lamp
SILVER PLATED WARE, &c, &c, &c. ' 052
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
?5, 77 and 18
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(Lato ar. J. noSB.)
All ordorrf for Wheel.vchielcs of every description (Hied with promptness and
dU patch, First-class Mechanics employed all tho year round.
JBST FINE CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY. -
Notlunj' too hot or too hoavv for us. TRAM OARS," OMNIBUSSES, PLA.NTA
TION, WAGONS, MULE & OX OARTS, made to order, altered or repaired.
Our Horse Shoeing: Department
Is under tho supervision of a practical man a mechanic second to none. Wo
have no uso for soaking scalds'oiB.ot tubs, All work guaranteed.
8-Ohurgw moilorate. WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
1(18 ly 75. 77 and 81 Klug Street
Reduction in Price
WE WILL SELL
In casks, at
$17.50 per 2000 lbs.
for Blacksmith's use, at $15 per 2000 lbs
or 10 50 per 2000 lbs. in bags. .
C. Brewer & Co.
May 17, 1834. 7t5 lm
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Comer King and Xuuanu streets.
Fresh Groceries and Provisions receive
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Telephone 349.
75, 77 and 81
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