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THURSDAY, APRIL 0, 18BS.
Slmr C it RWiop from Ktiuui. Wnlnlti.i
Alrll II , , ,
Stmr W 0 Hull from Windward Poit.
Stmr Iwiilnni from Huiiiukun
Sehr Walohti from lCmml
Hlmr.In' Makcc for Kapaa
Stmr Mokolll for Windward Ports
Sclir Walchit for Kauai
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steam Dktne Morning Star, Dray
Ship Iniperator. Unix
Get bk Miithlldc, Kionzleu
Sehr Kva. Wlkmaii
S S Marlposi, Hnvward
, Bk-Calbarluu, Hubbard
Wb Alliance, MoKetiua
From Kauai, Waianao and Waialua
per C It Bihop, April S G F Picker
ing, .las Gay, II Hllbe, S Fralns and JO
From Windward Ports per AV G Hall,
April 0 II .T McCov. ! D Paris, dr.
wife and child. G Alo. Alo and JS deck.
From llamakua per lwalanl. April t)
Miss M Champ. Mr W G Sherwood,
I)- F Sanford. Mrs M Akteru. .1 T Me
Crossen and J'2 deck.
A telegram received March Hist at
the Merchants' Exchange. S. P., fiom
Sydney reports that the ltrltUli bark
Pacific Slope had been towed into that
port water-logged and with her masts
carried away. No paiticulars of the
disaster given. She was built at San
FrnncUco and aflerwauls sold to a Rrl
tish llrm. She was reniai Uable for her
Stmr C It llUbop ai lived at 7 :30 lat
evening with 2,1S 1 bag, of sugar. She
halls on Saturday next at S a. in. for
Walanae, Wuialua. Kilauea aad Iluna
lel. Stmr W G Hall brought J, SOU bag- of
sugar, 182 bags of awa. -Ill bags of
cotfee, 124 green bide. 2 pkgs ot goat
skins, 1 horse, 11 hogs, and a donkey.
She sails on Monday next.
Stmr lwalanl brought -1.-12.-1 bags of
sugar and 22 head of cattle. She rc
poits rough weather at llamakua.
Schr Wnicliu bi ought (!0 bags ot
The steamer Iwalaui will go on the
Marine Railway on Saturday or Monday
next to have her bottom cleaned. She
will have a new donkey engine of a
.upcilor model put in n as to unable
her to discharge with greater rapidity.
In San Francisco, Mai eh 23th
wife of George C. Stratemeyer. i
. to the
L0GAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A youmj man as copyist is adver
Tin: Honeymoon, Saturday even
ing at Music Hall.
The Y". M. C. A. geometry nnd
algebra class meets this evening.
Populau Science on the first page,
and The Soudan War on the fourth.
A meeting of the Mystic Lodge
will be held this evening at 7.30
A m.ACK setter dog, with two
small white spots on breast, is ad
vertised as lost.
A KuitNisiiEO room, with or with
out board, convenient to tho Post
Olllce, is advertised for.
It is quite likely that Willie White
will be the skater selected to skate
ten miles against M. Hartmann.
AVn.r.n; Simms the comedian is in
town and will be glad to see his
friends at Music Hall Saturday even
ing. We are sorry to say our astronomer
is under the weather, which accounts
for the non-appearance of Sun, Moon
Tin: repairs to the engine at tho
Marine Railway have been completed
and the steam whaler Alliance has
been hauled up for repairs.
If you want a nice shoo, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street- 980. tf.
Tin: lire police are notified to at
tend their regular quarterly meeting
at the rooms of Kngine Co.
this evening at 7 :30 o'clock.
PiCTur.r. cord, and gold and silver
wire, picture knobs, hooks, etc.,
also patent hooks for curtain hang
ing at King Uros.' Ai t Store. 090 -St
Tin: Bishop of Honolulu and Mrs.
Willis, Row G. B. Simeon and Mr.
Hugh Simeon leaVo on Monday next
by tho W. G. Hall for a trip to tho
A KiiEsii lot of picture frames, in
new styles of mouldings, have been
received per Mariposa, and are
offered low bv West, Dow & Co.
The Wilder Steamship Company
(Limited), will pay a quarterly
dividend of three dollars per share
to the stockholders, at the Com
pany's oflice, on Wednesday, April
D. 11. Davis nml A. J. Lncns
chnllangc nny two skaters to skate
doublo for flro miles, nt tho Ccntrnl
Amonost the pnsscngct'3 by llio
Aliiriposn was Mrs. W. 15. Dnrgic,
Avifo of t!io editor nncl proprietor of
the Oakland Tribune. Airs. Dnrgic
comes on a visit to her aunt, Mrs.
W. P. Toler.
Alr.ssns. Lyons &. Levey will hold
tlicir regular cash bale to-morrow
morning til 10 o'clock, nml will sell
dry goods, Cal. potatoes, barrels of
sninion, furniture, sugar, boots nml
shoes, and one bay saddle horse.
Tin: " Queen's Own Volunteer
Guards " i9 the name of a newly
organized military company, consist
ing of boys between the ages of 15
and 20 years. Already over 50
names sue enrolled, with Nahora
Hipa as Captain.
'Tun complimentary concert to
Mrs. J. II. Jcwett, at the Hotel last
evening, was a brilliant success. The
grounds were illuminated and the
playing of the band was unusually
fine. A large number of people were
present on the verandahs and in the
Mu. Wall, the manager of the
Yoscinite skating rink, received a
Polo game by the Mariposa yester
day. Also a gold and silver medal
which will be offered for prizes to
skating gentlemen. They will not be
used until the rink enlargements arc
completed, which will be about three
Coi.. C. II. .Fluid, His Majesty's
Chamberlain, offered one cent a
piece lor every bumble bee that me
Puliation College school boys took
to him? In less than two hours they
furnished him with about 2,000, and
he now wants to withdraw his offer.
These bees are Tery destructive,
boring into almost everything.
Mk. Henry J. McCoy arrived by
the AY. G. Hall this morning from
his trip to the Volcano. He reports
having a splendid time and a grand
view of our world wonder. On Sun
day afternoon at 2.30 o'clock, in the
Y. M. C. A. Hall, Mr. McCoy will
give an account of the World's Y.
M. C. A. Conference which took
place at Berlin last year, and at
which lie was present. Everyone i
invited to attend.
A i.i. olllccrs and privates of the
Honolulu Uilles are notified by the
Commander, Capt. W. II. Aldrich,
to appear at their Armory on Fiiday
evening, Apiil 10th, at 7.30 o'clock,
in full dress uniform. The helmets,
which arc white with gold trimmings,
and the blouses, of plain blue cloth,
arrived by the Mariposa.
Tin: Central Park Skating Rink is
open every afternoon from 2 to 5,
and evening from 7 to 9.30. The
roller coaster runs Monday,- Thurs
day and Saturday nights. The
ventilation at the rink is in every
respect perfect, and the floor is a
splendid one. The proprietor does
everything possibb for the comfort
of his guests. Next week there will
be some rare old fun at this place.
Satdiiday will be a busy day at
the auction rooms of Mr. E. P.
Adams, at 10 o'clock by order of
the assignees of the estate of Chong
Hong, will bo sold the entire stock
consisting of prints, denims, cottons,
groceries and crockery. At 12
o'clock, a large quantity of house
hold furniture, one Brewster top
buggy, one buggy pole, a set of
single harness and a brccch-loading
DEATH OF MR. A. UNNA.
Bj' the steamer Iwalani, which
arrived this morning, the news came
of the death of Mr. August Unna,
proprietor of the Hana Plantation,
Maui, which took place at his resi
dence on Wednesday morning at 3
o'clock. The deceased gentleman
had been niling for a long time, and
his sudden death was no surprise to
his numerous friends in this city.
He passed away very quietly at the
end. The immediate cause of death
was henrt disease. Mr. Unna came
to these Islands in 1851, and Hrst
worked as salesman for Bollcs &
Co. nt Lnhaina. Some time after
he returned to Honolulu and was in
the employ of Louis Anthon. AVo
next hear of him at Lahainn, keep
ing a lumber and hardware stoie on
his own account. In 1801 he went
into partnership with Messrs. T. E.
Cooke and W. G. Needhnm on the
Hana Plantation. A year later he
took up his residence nt that place
and has remained there ever since.
Five years ago he was appointed
Consul for Denmark. He was well
known in this city, in fact all oyer
the Islands, and his death is much
regretted. -The deceased was about
50 years of ago, As soon as the
news was received in this city, tho
lings on tho Government building
and Custom House were hoisted at
half-mast. Capt. Freeman, of tho
Iwalaui, states that when the steamer
left last evening, preparatlpus were
being made to put the body in
A NIGHT AFFAIR.
An oxnggernlod account of an
occurrence of Inst evening appears
In tills morning's tivorticr, pro-1
Imbly based upon mistaken informa
tion.' From one who was present at
the scene and assisted throughout,
the following particulars are obtain
ed. Ono of the lodgers at house
number HI on Richards street was
iouud in bis room In a semi-comatose
kttilent about half-past kcven last
evening, with his clothes somewhat
stained with blood. The proprietor
naturally supposing that some
thing of a serious naturo had
occurred, immediately summoned
a physician. An examination
disclosed the fact that the man had
been suffering from n slight epilcti
form seizure, in which state he had
lcceived (probably by falling) a
slight wound on the right wrist,
which fully accounted for the blood
on his clothes. The wound, how
ever, gives no semblance to a knife
cut. In half an hour after the ar?
rival of the doctor, the patient had
recovered consciousness, but remem
bered noting of the occurrence.
There is no leason whatever to sus
pect that there had been any foul
play. The man remembers nothing
of any connection with expressmen
previous to the occurrence, although
it is true that sonic expresses had
recently passed by, in which there
was considerable loud and allusive
talk going on.
SAN FRANCISCO DRAMATIC COMPANY.
The above company, which arrived
by the Mariposa, will open for a
limited season in the Music Hall,
Saturday evening, in Tobin's Classi
cal Comedy, "The Honeymoon."
Willie Simms, the favorite Come
dian, will appear as Jacques. The
members of this troupe have each a
good reputation and wc look forward
to a Ycry successful season. The
performance will conclude with the
screaming farce, "The Lottery
Ticket." One of tho lady members
of tho troupe is Minnie Young,
daughter of Mis. Tannic Youug, a
well-known and favorite English
actress. The box plan will be Open
at Wiseman's business agency to
morrow morning at 0 o'clock.
member, popular prices.
WEDNESDAY, Al'RU. S.
Mr. Justice Austin presiding.
The King vs. Iocla, larceny, an
appeal from the Police Court. The
defendant is a band boy and was
sentenced to six months' inipiison
ment in the Police Court for stealing
a Chinaman's trunk. Mr. Kenney,
his counsel, noted an appeal, and it
was heard before a jury, who
brought in a vcidict of not guilty
and he was acquitted.
Kchuke vs. Keliiaa, ejectment.
The jury render a verdict for de
fendant under instruction of the
George Lincoln vs. Waincc Bell,
assumpsit. The jury bring in a ver
dict for plaintiff. Kinney aud Pe
terson for plaintiff, A. S. Hartwcll
At Chambers, before Justice Mc
Cully. In Probate, in the estate of
Robert C. Janion. It was ordered
that the will and codicil be admitted
to probate, and that letters testa
mentary issue to Tlieo. II. Daviea
under 5,000 bond.
Keawepuaa was charged
malicious mischief arlvamoicliili, by
pulling up taio belonging to Ah
Koon to the value of SUO. Mr.
Castle for prosecution and Mr.
Filipo for defendant. After hearing
evidence the defendant was remanded
until the 17th. Manuel Gomez was
charged with disobcdicncc-i to his
parents, but was discharged, as it
appeared ho was earning his own
living", and it was his stepfather who
took out the warrant, who wishes
control of him and his earnings. S.
Uuckman, an express driver, for
feited bail of S12 for violating ex
press rule No. G, by leaving his
carriage at the steamer wharf, with
out anyone iu charge.
THE S. S. CITY OF PARIS.
Col. Geo. "W. Macfnrlano received
yesterday a letter from Mr. A. Hoff
niing, of London, giving particulara
of the loss of the City of Paris, as
"The City of Paris was sunk by
a collision on the 3d of March in the
Mediterranean, off the Spanish coast.
Dining a deiibo fog she was run
down by another steamer and found
ered in thrco minutes. There was a
most lamentable loss of life. The
Captain and 23 of the crew were
drowned; the remainder, number
ing 38, were saved and taken into
Malaga. They all had to Jump into
the bcu, and were picked up after
about an hour's immersion.
"Tho City of Paris was chartered
by the French Government for ser
vico in the Eiwt, and was proceed
ing to Marseilles when she collided
and sank. I despatched her from
Cardiff on the 2Utli of February,
and five days later she was run
down, as above described. She was
insured for her net cost."
The City of Paris was nt tliU port
last year, having brought n largo
number of Poituguesc immigrants.
She wai a fine, well-built steamer,
and nt ono time was noted for tier
speed on the Atlantic. Tho vessel
remained nt this poll it short time
and then left direct for l'n-land vln
Singnpoic, having on board sereral
well-known passengers from Hono
lulu. A REMARKABLE PHENOMENON.
The Scientific Commission which
was recently appointed by the
Spanish Government to investigate
the late cnilhquakcs in the southern
part of Spain, is daily sending re
ports to Madiid of tlie result of its
operations. Perhaps the most re
markable phenomenon noted by tho
Commission is that of the complete
obliteration of the high road leading
to Pcriana, no certain trace of which
can be found for several miles out
side of the town. The road, in most
places, lay between abutting hills,
and in the recent terrific disturbances
of tho earth's crust, it seems to have
been forced downward or engulfed.
Many of the hills themselves were
levelled beyond recognition, and
well-known landmarks, whose posi
tions had remained undisturbed for
centuries', were moved a distance of
Tt Lcipsic a musical critic has
been sentenced to live days imprison
ment for describing the leader of an
orchestra as a "violin scraper."
"A Boston girl is going to marry
Prof. Edmunds, one of the men who
devised zone standard time." Tho
marriage may be a happy one if
some fiendish paragrapher doesn't
rush in with the remark that the pro
fessor is anxious to call her his zone.
Central Park Skating Hit
Open ovcry Afternoou from 2 to 5
aud each Evening from 1 to 9J,
Admission 25 Cts.
Skates Free in Afternoon".
Tuesday and Friday Nights,
The ELITE CLUB Meets, and only
Ladies Admitted Free,
OS SKATKS ttS tir.XTK.
Roller Coaster Runs
Momlny, Tlmisihiv . Saturday Nights.
Tie s. E. Dramatic Gout,
Saturday HvcHiiig, April 11,
With Tobin's Classical Comedy
Pciformaucc concluding with the
Screaming Farce entitled
The Lottery Ticket !
Doors open at
at S o'clock.
TICKBTH. S-!. y."i.. A: BOo,
Reserved Seats nt Wiseman's, Box
Plan now open.
MONDAY EVENING, April Ritli,
The Banker's Daughter
THURSDAY EVENING, April ICth
Fanchon the Cricket !
NATIVE salesman, one that can
sneak nnd understand hnirlisli aud
acquainted with the dry goods business.
Address DRY GOODS, Mullctin Ollice.
THIE STORE lately occupied by
X Samuel Xott, iu Campbell s Mlock,
on Fort Street. Apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
or R. F. Dim.inuiiam. ,
Honolulu, April 1, 1885. 085 tf
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED beg to notify
X tho public Unit thev oulv use the
MUTUAL TICLEl'HOND CO.'S wiies,
aud the number is 1 K (.
LYONS Ss, LEVEY, Auctioneer.
The "Daily Bulletin"
Is for sale immediately after publica
tion, at tho following places:
Messrs. OAT & CO.'S, Morchanl SI.;
Mr. THRUM'S, Merchant St.;
Mossrs. WOLFE & EDWARDS', cornor
King and Nuuanu Sis.;
Mr. HINGLEY'S Soda Stand, King St.;
Mr. DONNOLLY'S, " Tlio Fountain," Foit
ALL PARTIES HAVING accounts
against the )lrm of HUSTAOR &
ROIIERI'SON or against F. llustaco or
G. 11, Robertson personally, are request
ed to present tllu tamo promptly at the
cud of each month.
982 3w O. II. ROBERTSON.
mage arid wagon
King Street, near Lincoln's.
Repairing, Illaeksuiithing and ivciy dt siriplion in the Carriage and 'Wngon
line manufactured. Estimate and drawings furnished for till Car
riage and Wagon building. I have also got up a new kind of Buggy
Cait, which lor cheapness and practicability ceed nny cart evor
brought to thi country.
AVITir OK "W1TJIOUT FOLDING TOP.
979 :3m King Street, adjoining Geo.
LEW8S & CO G
and 1 Jlittl HI foot.
JUST RECEIVED, EX MARIPOSA, On lee, C.ila Fresh Salmon, do Flounders,
do Rhubarb, Eastern Fresh Shad, ilo Oysten in shell, do Ovstcra in tin?,
Horse Radish Roots, Fresh C.ihi Criln, Cauliflowers', Celery, Red Cabbage,
Cal. i Fresh Asparagus.
ALSO Not ou Ice, Swiss Cheese, Cream .'liieo, Mihl Steele's Cheese. Ilbls Choice
Rul Salmon, 1., bbls do Salmon, SnuAcil Halibut, Kits Mackerel, Dutch
Uolouna baiingc. Choice Cihi Mimllv Corned Ileef. Holland Herrlnir, Kegs
Family Salt Fork, Kegs Queen Oltws, Kegs Gilt l'.ik'o Mutter, Kits Salmon
Hullies, Cases Mackeicl in Tomatoe Sauce, Cnt.cs Salmon Mcllies, Mostou
Mread in a lb tin's, try it; Sardelles iu kegs, Sanlellcs in tins,
ALSO Green Mountain Maple Syrup, Huokln's Mock Turtle Soup, Cases Mnratu
rla Shi Imps, Dtipee IliuusWIiltlakct's Star Hams, Russian Caviar, KcgH
SaltWatcr Cueumbeis, Mieakfast Macdn, Cala Dried Figs, and a complete
line of Staple and Fancy Oroeerics, nil of which will be sold low. Goods
delivered to all parts of the city.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone
c oaroware uompanv
SUCCESSORS TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAM'L NOTT.
IMPORTERS AXD DEALERS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Good3, and General Merchandise.
Just received Eddy's Refrigerators aud Ice Chests, new styles of Chandeliers
and Library Lamp?, Stoves and Ranges, Jvcrofcuo Oil Stoves.
2T 1T,V1T5 15 ASICS' AXD I lOWJE'S SCjV1-.ES. -a
All of which aio offered upon favorable terms.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
Plantation. Applv to
OSOtf TI1EO. 11 DAVIDS & CO.
FOR MAN and wife, with a'ccomino.
dution to eoolc los themselves, or
In aril with the
A LADY expecting to go to San Fran,
el-co about May lt, would liko to
meet with some one who for having her
fare paid to San Francisco, would take
full charge of a child SJ years of age.
Address immediately, P. 0."l!o 1!&7.
THE HOUSE and piemfccs situated
in Nuuanu Valley, opposite the
Royal Mausoleum, belonging to and
recently occupied by Samuel Xott. For
particulars, apply to
L. A. TRURbTOX,
US Merchant St.
Honolulu, March 111, 1 Sj.l. 1)38 tf
Building- IjoIs for Sale.
SEVERAL building lots for sale or
rent at Knpalainn, near the Xiulie
lowai bridge, on tho Ewa side of the
lane leading to Austin's estate. Easy
terms. Applv to AV. C. ACIII.
Law office of' R. Castle. SS7 tf
HO SUPPLY tho Queen's Hospital
with pure Milk In quantity as re
quired by the purveyor for one year
from the Kith April, 1885, to the lGth
April. 1830. Sealed lemkrs to be left iu
the ollice of the undersigned up to noon
of Saturday, the 11th in-t.
"F. A. SCHAEFI'.R, Sco'y.
Honolulu, April , 1885. !I8 J 51
A FINE dwelling lot of over
four acres area on Xuuuiiu
Avenue, adjoining F.A. Scliae.
fcrV, Esq., with ancient -water
l right? in addition to Govern.
ment water privilege, well fenced and
improved. Apply to
.10IIN Jt. PA1Y,
or to .I.E. Wiseman, Central HusinohS
rK ACCOUNT of deimituie
J llio Kingdom, all persons owing
me nru requested to iniil.o immeillntu
payment to L. A. TIIURS'I ON, 38 Mer
chant Street, who has a full power of
attorney to tram-act all business for mo
in my ubaeuce. Ho Is anthorlzid to re
ceipt for all moneys due mu, and to en
foree payment of 'inpaid clidiiH.
.1 1 onolulu, Mnieli li, IPS'. l.UI) !3m
Apill 10 Tamalo Party;
April 11 Skating for the Cake.
THOMAS 15. WALL, Manager.
Honolulu, Apt II 8, 1880. 085 td
YosemitG be Wl
1 would beg to notify the public in general that
1 have opened a Carriage and Wagon shop on
King Street, at tho old stand of M. J. Rose,
and lately occupied by Messrs. Whitman &
Wright, whero 1 am prepared to do any kind
of Carriage and Wagon work, in a ilrst class,
durable and practical manner. By close and
prompt attention to business, satisfactory
work, low and reasonable charges, I hope to
merit some of the public patronage.
W. Lincoln, Contractor and Builder.
Mo. S!0. 1. O. Rox 297
New York & Honolulu Packet
ME'SliS. Y. H. GROSSMAN .
& IIRO., 7T lltoad street,
N. Y., will dc.putch ii Ilrst-
clas, M.-fel in this line, from i
New York to Honolulu Direct, .
on or about .JUNE 15. Parties wishing
to aail themselves of this tine opportu. .
nity should forward orders as early as
CASTLE & COOKE, Agents,
Honolulu, April 3, 1885. 1)80 lm ,
C-IORSES FOR SALE.
ONE very line span of Hay Cairiage
Horses, good si.ed and ivoll.mntcd.
Well broken, double and Finglc.
ONE very peat, well. matched Drown
Span, broken double and single.
TWO line Family Carriage Horses, one
of which is a well-trained Saddle
OKE heavy Draught Horse, well-broken.
ONE handsome Ray Mare of line action
broken to Duggy.
FOUR bend of Good Horses suitable
for Express, Carriage, or Dray "Worr.
This lot of hordes are all young aud
hound, ranging from four to six years,
aud aro the lineet lot of horses ever
put up for sale in Honolulu.
Further paiticulars from Messrs. Smith
it Thurston, or 15. S. Homer at Kapio.
laid Park. 089 lw
United Carriage Co.
T) LI5ASH take notlcu
that the UNIT-
X ED CARRIAGE
JUJ), having been re-orgnnbed, wish
respectfully to inform Tourists and the
public generally, that iu order to com.
jieto with another llrm who prohibit
other hacks but their own from soliciting
patronage nt the Hotel, they have
lound it necescaiy to unite more strong
ly, aud have telectcd from about 250
linckj now running iu Honolulu, u num.
tier ot llrst-class teams, which in addi
tion to tho trams Yru already have mnko
the UNITED CARRIAGE CO. the
ftrougest In Honolulu. Most of tho
drivers in this company, who by hard
work and perseverance have become'
owners of the teams they drive, have
agieid to conform to certain rules
deemed ncccesary by thu managers for
tho protection ol Tourists and the pub.
lie against oveicliargiug, incivility, S:c.
Two very important rules governing the
driveis of thu UNITED CARRIAGE
CO., uiu Rulu No 1, that expels any
dilverfrom tho company who wilfully
charges more I him the legitimate rates
of fnro; Rule No. -' compels any of our
drivers to respond to a Telephone call
whelier it be a Ten Cent or u Ten Dob
lur fato. Thus it can be seen that the
object of thu company is to supply the
public with good teams driven by good,
reliable men, who will do their best to
give Kitlbfnction, and bono by so doing
to merit a sharu of public patronage.
All complaints loft at our ollice, iu the
shape ol a note directed to the managers
of tho UNITI5D CARRIAGE CO., will
iccelvo prompt attention.
UMTlil) CAIlltlAUi: CO.
Oflko and Carriage Stand next door E
O. Hall'H. corner of King aud Fort Sts.
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