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TI1UKSDAY, APRIL 30, 1885.
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OCEANIC S. S. CO.
rou sn ritANTisco.
Alniucdii Leaves Honolulu, May 1
Mariposa Leaves Unolulu, May 15
Willi imi MWmTwi
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
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Stmr Auslialla May 10
ron ban niANcisco.
Stmr Zcnlnmlln May 10
' " ARRIVALS.
Ugtue AV 11 Meyers from S F
Stmr AV G Hall fioin AVindward Poits
Stmr hvnlanl from Hamnkua
Schr Malolo from Hllo
StmrMokolll for Windward 1'oits
Bgtiio Claus 'Sprcckels for S F
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
S S Alameda for San Francisco
Stmr Jas Makco for Kauai
Schr Nettle Muirlll for I.nhuina
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steam Bktne Morning Star, Urny
S S Alameda, Morse
llktno John Smith,
llktno Katie Fllcklhgcr, Young
Bktne Amelia, New hall
Brig Neptune, Cozens
Brig J I) Sprcckels, Frlls
llrig AUIc ltowe, Holland
Bk Tit Foster, Rngg
The following pacngen ai u booked
to leave by the Alameda to-morrow:
Loid Ephinstone. Jas Ashbury, O AV
Wolff, O Sehollcld, ,f 11 F DavK W A
Stephens and servant, ex-Goveinor
Newton Booth. Colonel Adams Mrs S
O Damon, E C Damon, F W Damon.
Miss Klsilig. Mis Yerlngton, Hon W O
Smith, Mrs E W Fuller and child, Mrs
A W Smith and two children, Miss
Green, M Green, wife and three child
ren, C Brcnig and wife. S Cohn, J P
Mcndonca and wife, B. R Silvina and
wife, M Ash, J AV Girvin, wife and
three children, Mrs D Center, sister and
child. Geo Cowlcr. J B LeContc, Mrs
A J Blackburn, AV G Armstrong, Mis
H F Lewis and child, Mrs Hamilton,
son and servant, T A Thrum, Mrs M D
Mcrritt, A II Smith and child, Mrs J
AVclch and child, Mrs J B Poster.
From Windwaul Ports per AV G Hall,
Apiil 110 P C .Tones, .Tr and wife, Mrs
B N Fuller and child, Miss Kelley, C B
Makee, C A L Aliona, T AV Matthews,
G Groves, Mis I) Center. Miss X Allen,
AV Fennell, A II Smith, J II Paty, A
Mclntvie, .1 AV Giivin, wife and child,
Kia Nahaolclua, Dr Thompson. F II
Havselden. wife and child, AV D Morton
and 77 deck.
For San Francisco per Clans Sproc
ket, April HO Mrs Tallant. Mrs T
Smith and 4 chlldicn, 11 S Gibbins.
Schr Reporter, Capt Cooke, anived
at Kahulul Apill iiOth, 78 days from
Austialia, bringing with her u cargo of
coal for the Hawaiian Commercial and
Sugar Co. The Captain says that dur
ing H2 days his aerage time was 20
miles per day. He says that only oue
day's course was steered, and the rest
weie merely head winds.
Stmr AV G- Hall brought 277il bags of
sugar, 70 bags of coffee, 111 bags of
awa, 11C hides, 27 head of cattle, 1
horse and 7 hogs. The purser reports
abundance of rain atlvona and Kau.
The sailing of the Morning Star is
postponed until Saturday next.
The Clans Sprcckels sailed this day
for San Francisco with GS0S bags of
sugar valued at 9:18.002.20.
Stmr lw.il.anl brought H2S0 bags of
The brig AV 11 Meyer arrived this
morning, 27 days from San Francisco
with a general cargo. She is docked at
Stmr Jas Makee sails to-morrow
morning at 8 o'clock for AVaianae, AVal
alua, Kilauca. llanalei and Kapaa.
The stmr AV G Hall biings news of a
steady and incessant rain for eleven
days at Kau.
Schr Malolo brought 2:100 bags of
sugar from Kawailahilahl.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
'KnNTUcic," at Music Hall to
Tin: Friend for May is out
promptly on time.
Tub O. P. M. B. has C. I.
and G. I. B.
Foreign gossip will be found on
the fourth page.
No need of restricting the hours
for irrigation to-day.
This is good weather for ducks.
It will make them quack.
A muetino of Mystic Lodge, K.
of P., will beheld this evening at
Tun Y. M. O. A. Geometry and
Algebra class meets this evening at
Tnr. Hawaiian Domestic Postal
Order system has been in force two
. - -o
Tin: Central Park skating rink
will be open as usual this evening to
the general public.
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Mk. Thomas A. Thrum, father of
Mr. Tlios. G. Thrum, leaves for the
Const to-morrow by the Alameda.
I. . - I . ....M.I
PiCTimr.3 of Her late Majesty
Quoen Emma for sale at tho Sun
Pearl 'Gallery. 1009 2t
Tin: Alameda leaves at noon to
morrou for San Francisco with a
filjl cargo and a good passenger list,
Ltoxo & Lcveyjhnd a good atten
dance nt their regular cash Bale this
morning notwithstanding the stormy
Ir you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuunnu street .)80. tf.
The Bulletin goes into nearly
every houso in the city and suburbs,
therefore you could have no better
means of advertising your wares.
A i.Aiioi: variety of cabinet cele
brities, also stereoscopic views,
stereoscopes, graphoscopes, etc., at
King Bros.' Art Store. 100G 3t
Blank Books ruled and bound in
various styles to order, by A. II.
Rasemann,- Book binder, Gazelle
Block. 1008 lw
Otm Kahului correspondent re
ports n thunderstorm passed over
there Tuesday night, and it was
raining all of yesterday.
To-Monuovr is St. Philip and St.
James day. Special services will be
held in St. Andrew's Cathedral at
0.30 and 11 a. m.
Aiiout midnight it commenced
raining, and has kept on steadily
all day. It is just what was needed
and will do an amount of good.
. m .
Now is tho time to have your
raagaz'nes, old books and newspapers
bound in good style at A. II. Rasc
mann's Book-bindery, Gazette Block.
Mn. Adams' regular weekly cash
sale will be held to-morrow morning
at salesroom at 10 o'clock. A large
quantity of toys will be sold amongst
other things. '
Fnr.sn and new goods bj' every
steamer from the Coast. King
Bros.' frame and cornice makers.
Tin: heavy rainstorm had an effect
on the attendance of scholars at the
different schools. Most of them
closed at noon.
Claims to the amount of S7,387.
03 have been proved against the
bankrupt estate of J. II. Bruns, Jr.
Mr. AV". C Parke has been appointed
In the windows of the Temple of
Fashion and the Sun Pearl Photo
graph Gallery, are large photo
graphs of the late Queen Dowager
Emma draped in black.
Tun Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a concert at the Hawaiian Hotel
this evening in honor of ex-Senator
Booth, who leaves by the Alameda
to-morrow for the States.
Loud Elphinstone and Commo
dore James Ashbury leave by ' the
Alameda to-morrow. The former
proceeds to England, while the latter
goes direct to Salt Lake City.
An informal dance was given in
the parlors of the Hawaiian Hotel
last evening, at which quite a num
ber of invited guests were present.
Mr. Bergcr furnished the music.
LETTnn-writers should take notice
that the mail closes at 10 o'clock to
morrow, a late letter bag at 11
o'clock. See that your letters arc
properly stamped before dropping
them into the office.
The large roller at the Naalehu
Plantation, Kau, Hawaii, is laid
aside and not doing any work, on
account of a break somewhere about
the cog wheel. There has been an
abundance of rain in the Kau
II. B. M.'s Commissioner, Major
J. II. "Wodchouse, Lord Elphinstono
and Mr. James Ashbury, M. P.,
were entertained at lunch yesterday
by H. R. II. Princess Likelike and
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn at their resi
Tun AV. G. Hall brings the news
of the death of Hon. W. T. Martin,
which took place at Waiohinu, Kau,
Tuesday last, April 28th. The
deceased has been in a low condition
for a long time past. lip was a
member of the House of Nobles.
Tun members of the Pacific Hose
Company had a moonlight drill last
evening, which was well attended.
Starting from their house with tho
hose carriage, they reached a hyd
rant near the palace and had water
on in 2 minutes 35 seconds. Good
for the boys.
Mit. J. E. "Wiseman, the business
agent, has got a beautiful ,residence
on the corner of Bingham and Arte
sian streets for sale. It contains 7
largo rooms, with stable, carriage
house, and every convenience.
Peruse the advertisement in another
Mit. P. C, Jones, Jr., arrived on
the AV. G. Hall this morning from
Kau, Hawaii. Ho reports tho dis
trict looking uncommonly well owing
to tho heavy rains. He never saw
place change so much in four days
as in this district. The cane grew
while he was looking at it.
TnnnK will be no pcrformanco at
Music Hall this evening. The fine
play "Kcntuck" will bo presented
to-morrow evening, introducing two
horses mounted by jockeys in cos
tume on the stage. This is bound
to bo a great attraction and seats
should be secured in advance at
The Morning Star did not sail
yesterday on account of the storm.
The statements iu our morning con
temporaries that she was delayed
for repairs being made in her hold
to receive heavy freight arc erro
neous. She will sail Saturday after
noon, and farewell religious services
will bo held on board at 2 o'clock
v. m. on that day.
This morning a petition was filed
in the Supreme Court by R. F.
Bickcrton, Esq., on behalf of J. L.
Rosenberg, of the Mechanics, One
Price Bazar, praying to be adjudged
a bankrupt. Justice McCully ad
judged tho said petitioner a bank
rupt and appointed Saturday, May
23rd, as the time for proving claims
and election of assignees.
Tun Supreme Court has bean sit
ting in banco to-day. It will meet
at 10 o'clock to-morrow morning and
adjourn Saturday for the term. 'We
take this opportunity of thanking
the Clerk, Mr. William Foster and
his deputies, Messrs. Henry Smith
and Henry Poor, for their prompt
ness and kindness in furnishing pro
ceedings during tho term of Court
Bv order of the Marshal, Mr.
Adams will sell at public auction
Saturday, May 2nd, at 12 o'clock
noon, on tho premises, all the light,
title and interest of Yee Tai & Co.
in a certain lease from Kahalckou
(.) dated December 18th, 1882,
demising a parcel of land situated
on tho mauka side of the Palama
Road, together with the buildings
thereon. Further particulars at time
A short time ago sorao corres
pondence passed between the Wo
man's Christian Temperance Union
and the Pacific Hose Co., in which the
former promised to furnish the
Company with coffee at fires. There
was a fire the other morning, and
the boys after working some, looked
for their coffee, but it did not come.
So they all went to a coffee house,
and partook of some at their own
expense. Never mind, boys, it pro
bably slipped the minds of the
ladies; they will do better next
THE UNITED STATES CONSULATE.
Merchants and Citizens of Honolulu
Petition the President to Retain
tho Services of Mr. David A.
Honolulu, April 30th, 1885.
Thomas II. BataIid,
Secretary of State,
Washington, D. C.
Honohed Sin :
The merchants and citizens of
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, have
requested me to forward a petition
to Your Honor, soliciting His Ex
cellency the President to retain the
present incumbent, David A. Mc
Kinley, in office as United States
Consul at this port.
The people on the Islands here
have become greatly attached to Mr.
McKinley, as he has an honorable
character and is a faithful ofilcinl to
the Stars and Stripes we so ardently
cherish in this community.
AVc wish His Excellency the Pre
sident every happiness, and in the
reformation of selecting woithy
officials we rejoice with oue accord.
"With kind wishes to j'oursolf, be
lieve us to be,
Most Humble Servants,
The Merchants and Citizens,
By J. E. AVisjEsian, Committee.
Honolulu, April 30th, 1885.
Thomas II. Bayard,
Secretary of State,
AVashington, D. C.
Tho leading merchants of Hono
lulu, Hawaiian Islands, take great
pleasure in forwarding to your care
a petition soliciting His Excellency
the President to retain in olllco as
"United States Consul" at this port
the present incumbent, David A.
With feelings of the highest res
pect for His Excellency tho Presi
dent and for yourself, we have the
honor to be,
Your Most Obedient Servants,
For tho Merchants of Honolulu.
Honolulu, April 30lh, 1885.
To His Excellency
President of the United States.
AVc the undersigned citizens of the
Hawaiian Islands do most respect
fully petition Your Excellency to
retain David A. McKinley, the pre
sent United States Consul, in his
position at this port.
Wo assure Your Excellency that
David A. McKinley bears a high re
putation among all classes of our
citizens, nnd wc trust Youv Excel
lency will consider carefully our
And your )elltioncrs will ever
G. AV. Macfarlano & Co.,
II. A. AVidemaun,
S. F. Graham & Co.,
AVells, Fargo & Co., by W. S.
AY. C. Sproull,
Saml. G. AVildcr,
Wm. C. AVildcr,
J. K. AVildcr,
Wm. G. Brash,
S. B. Rose,
Lyons & Levey,
W. L. Hopper,
J. M. Oat, Jr.,
F. N. Ecklcy,
F. J. Lowsey,
E. A. Jones,
L. C. Abies,
J. II. Babcock,
C. K. Miller,
E. O. AVhilc,
Geo. E. Howe,
AV. II. Aldrich,
II. F. Hcbbard,
S. J. Levey,
Geo. L. Fitch, M. D.,
S. J. Levey & Co. ,
W. R. Chilton,
E. P. Mabie,
B. F. Ehlers & Co.,
II. M. Dow,
J. B: Sutton,
C. J. McCarthy,
Dan. J. Lyons,
J. E. AViseman,
II. J. Noltc,
C. J. Dccring,
Honolulu Planing Mill,
Laino & Co.,
G. E. Boardraan,
AV. A. Auld,
A. Frank Cooke,
J. I. Dowsett,
B. F. Bollcs,
Jas. G. Clevior,
E. A. AVilliams,
J. J. AVilliams,
J. P. Rutledge,
E. AV. Peterson,
A. M. Mollis,
AV. M. Giffard,
II. M. Whitney, Jr.,
Thos. C. Porter,
E. A. Peirce,
C. II. Eldridge,
F. J. Higgins,
C. O. Bergor,
AV. F. Allen,
F. AV. Macfarlano,
C. A. Brown,
A. D. Calvert,
J. II. Fisher,
Honolulu, April 30th, 1885.
To His Excellency
President of the United States.
AVc the undersigned merchants of
Honolulu, Hawaiian Kingdom, being
penonally acquainted with David A.
McKinley, the United States Consul
at Honolulu, Hawaiian Kingdom,
aforesaid, do hereby certify that he
is a gentleman of the highest integ
rity, and since his residence among
us he has gained for himself an envi
able reputation all over the Islands
for competent ability and straight
forwardness iu all his dealings as
United States Consul at this port.
AVe therefore petition Your Ex
cellency to retain the said David A.
McKinley as United States Consul
J. here, and wc feel assured that Your
Excellency will be to a great extent
guided in your judgment by the en
dorsement of the merchants who
value his worth and who respect
fully request Your Excellency to
retain liini nt this port as United
And your petitioners will ever
C. Brewer & Co.,
J. T. AVaterhouse,
M. S. Grinbaum & Co.,
Allen & Robinson,
Alex. J. Cartwright,
AVildcr & Co.,
F. A. Schaefer & Co.,
Theo. II. Davles& Co.,
M. Phillips & Co.,
James A. Hopper,
G. AV. Macfarlano & Co.,
Pacific Hardware Co.,
Lewers & Cooke,
E. O. Hall & Sou (Limited),
H. E. Mclntyre & Bros.,
II. May & Co.,
Castle db Cooke,
W. G. Irwin & Co.,
Clans Sprcckels & Co.,
E. Iloffschlaeger & Co.,
M. AV. McChcsncy & Son,
A. AV. Pciicc&Co.,
Honolulu Iron AVorks,
Brown & Co.,
Kau has had its full share of rain
during the last ten days, the rain
fall at Pahala during that period
being 10 85-100 inches. Through
the night of the 25th, G 30-100
inches of rain fell. All this lias been
very welcome, as the weather had
previously been very dry for several
months. The cane is looking well
and the mill is doing good work as
usual. Mr. P. C. Jones, Jr., rc
companicd by Mrs. Jones, are on a
visit to Pahala and aro very pleased
witii the appearance of the place.
Mrs. E. Fuller, wife of the overseer,
leaves by the Hall on a long visit to
Pahala, Apiil 28th.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL CONCERT.
The Band will play at the Hotel
this evening at 7:30, in honor of
ex-Senator Booth, of California. Tho
following is the programme :
March Sidtc Lachncr
Overture Peter Schnioll Weber
Finale Itlgoletto Vculi
Selection Lohengrin, (by lcmtcst)..
Selection Jerusalem Vei dl
AValtz-jt-Vlenna Ulood Strauss
Polka Uellona Faust
Ma ko Oe Poll! Star Spangled Banner!
God Save the Queen ! Hawaii Ponol.
Beforo Police Justice Bickcrton.
Sam Samoa, charged with drunk
enness, forfeited bail of SG. Kahcle
manu was charged with assault and
battery on Kawnon, a native woman.
After hearing tho evidence of one
witness, the piosecution discontinued
King Bros., Importers and Deal
ers in Pictures, Artists' Materials,
Cornice, Picture Mouldings, Etc.,
Etc., have moved to their new and
commodious store, Hotel street.,
cor. Union, where wc will be pleased
to meet our old patrons and the
public. Cornices and Picture Frames
a specialty. All we ask is a trial.
The principal of the Young Ladies'
Academy of the North Side wished
to know of one of the class why she
was late. "My beau slew me last
night quite late and I was tardy in
arriving this a. m.," giggled the
coming woman. "Do you mean
that you were out sleighing?" '!
was not slain, if you please. Pre
sent, slay ; past, slain ; past perfect,
slew. What he did is past and you
can bet it was perfect. Now if you
don't want me to give, it to you in
this way you quit teaching it."
Can the courtship of two cats be
the mews i JS'cw
SaiflMay, lay U; '85,
A j1NK gentle family horse at rea.
x. Kouahlu figures. Also several sets
of single haineis. Aniilvto
12. R. MILKS,
1005 lw Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
H 1005 01 I
Fresh, at 5 Cents Koch.
Evory Morning: at H O'clock
Steam Candy Factory and Bakcrr. 71
Hotel St., Telephone No. 71.
E. R. RYAN'S
3HIlumilc. - - - Honolulu.
Tho oldct and only Boat Building Shop
in the Kingdom.
Uoats and Scows ot all kinds made to
order. Surf Boats a specialty.
1 have Oak Timbers imported expressly
for Island use.
All kinds of Boat Kcpnirlng done at
1003 shortest notice. ly
npiIH HOUSE and premises situated
X in Nuuanu Aralley, opposite tho
ltoynl Mausoleum, belonging to and
recently occupied by Samuel Nott. For
particulars, apply to
L. A. TUURSTOX,
H8 Merchant St.
Honolulu, March 31, 18:35. J3J tf
NY AND ALL PERSONS owning .
. Lots in Nuunnu A'alley Cemetery
iu ivjiuuiiiuij' icijuustcii io can m tne
Onlcc of the undersigned, between tho
hours of !) and 12 a. m., from Friday,
17th April, to Friday, 1st May, 1885, it
Treasurer Oalm Cemetery Ass'n.
Honolulu, 17th April, 1880. D97 td
To sail on May 1st. The fast sailing
Clipper Brig Allie Rowe,
G. 11. HOLLAND, Master.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
FHEKTII & PEACOCK, Agents
HOT BXJIVS !
EVERY SATURDAY !
Owing to tho great demand for Hot
Cros Huns at EaMer, and by lcquest of
many of my customers, licieafter I blmll
HOT ItUXS KFulV
for my cuMoinersi
Kvury Sntiudny Afternoon.
Gtmiunti'cd us good as the Easter
Hot Cross Umm. Leave youi orders
Confectioner and Fancy Baker, Hotel
Street. 090 i,
New York & Honolulu Packet
-JL MESSBS. AV. II. CIIOSSMAN
.aSak lnw 77 Brotul street,
rTJrTN- Y, wlU deipatch a llrst-
tSSESff'class vessel in this line, from
New York to Honolulu Direct,
on or about JUNE 15. Parties i laliing
to avail themsulvcs of tills tine opportu. '
nity should forward orders as early a
CASTLE & COOKE, Agents,
Honolulu, April !i, 1885. i.faG lm
"jVflCKLY Furnished Rooms, well cii-i-
tilated, nt No. 110 King Street,
opposite the lesidcnco of O. T. Gulick.
FROM the 1st of May, tho Cottage
No. 5, AVellington Palace, School
Street. Apply to
1005 lw J. T. AVATEHHOUBB.
ON FRIDAY, April 2). neaV Mako.
nui's place, Punahou, a small oval
tin box continuing about $85 iu gold
and some silver. The Under 'nil! bo
liberally rewarded on returning same to
V. J. FAGEUKOOS, AVatchmaker.
1005 lw 8 King Street.
rpiIK UNDERSIGNED HEREBY
J. gives notice Unit he will not be
responsible for any debts contracted iu
his name without his written order.
Y. AN IN.
HonoluliiApril 15, 18S5. 090 lm
HHIIE UNDERSIGNED, having heard
J. their brother, Y. ALAU, intend
marrying iu this country, desire to in
form all concerned that ho Is engaged
to u woman iu China. AH AVA,
Honolulu, March 19th, 1885. 973 8m
VTTHEREAS Ah Hue of Klpuhulu,
YY has left for China, and given
charge of his butlness to Wong Fook
and Kin lie, and whereas said Ah Hue
is Indebted to several persons and made
no provision to py his creditors, said
AVong Fook and Kin Uo havo made an
assignment to Hymau Bros, and G. AIo,
of the property belonging to said Ah
Hue for the benefit of all creditors.
All persons having any claim against
Ah Hue are requested to preient them
duly specltlcd to the undersigned at the
oflke of Hymau Broa. wllhln ninety
days. HYMAN BROS.,
Honolulu, April SI, 1E85. 1002 lm
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