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MONDAY, MAY 11, 1385.
M iiy n-
Srlir l.lhnlllio from .Maul
Sclir Mnry Poster fioni Walnieu
atmr W O llnll fiom Windwaid poiti
Stmr Plnutcr from Kauai
Hehr Sarah A- Eliza from ICoolnu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr l.cluia for Windward port?
Stmr Planter for Kmml
Schr Mlllc Monh for Mololsai
Stmr Iilkcllkc for Knhultil
nktno W II IMmnml for San Francisco
Bihr Neptune for Humboldt Bay
Ugtuo W 11 Meyer for S F
U SS llaitfoid for San Fianclco
Schr Emilia for Koolati
Sclir Nettle Merrill for Lahntna
Schr Eliukal for Waluluu
Sclir Hob Hoy for Koolan
Scbr Wulebn for Kolua
Schr Waloll for Mulllto
Schr Manuokuwai for Koolan
VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Hartf oul. Perkins
llktnc John Smith,
Bktne Amelia, New hall
Bilg Neptune, Coens
Brig Alllc Howe, Holland
BilgW II Meyer.
Bk Tit Foter, Rugg
Bktne W II Dimond, Houdlatt
Bk Forest Queen, Neilsou
Bk Mendotn, Nash
S S Mariposa, Hayward
Tern Benlali, "Wilson
Bktnc Eureka, Lee
From Kauai per stmr Plauter, May 10
Gov P P Kanoa and -wife. Miss S M
Kua, Capt Jackson. O Scholz. J Ailuciic
GN "Wilcox, ltev K "Walnwrlght and
wife, 1 Chinaman and 70 deck.
For S F per Bktnc W II Dimond May
11 F C Miles, P S Lovell, J "W Por
tcous, E S Robbing, wife & child, E J
From Windward poits per stmr "W Q
Hall, May 10 Mr Woon. J D Paris Jr,
Judge J G lloapili, J Trask, wife and
child, Mrs Maikuapuu, WFogo, M C
Ross, Mr Center, and 00 deck.
Spoken Apiil 12th, 70 miles
Florcs, bark Amy Turner,
from Boston lor Honolulu.
Stmr Planter brought 4780 bags of
sugar, 29 bags of pia, 00 hides and 250
Schr Mary Foster brought 1UG0 bags
of hugar from "Waimca.
Capt Bates of tho stmr Hall leporU
21 days of steady rain at Kan.
Tho brig Neptune denied to-day for
Humboldt Bay in ballast.
The sailing of the stmr Likclike is
postponed until to-morrow afternoon.
The "W II Dimond, Neptune, Amelia
and the US S Hartfoid will sail this
evening for their respective ports if the
Stmr "W G Hall brought i"i002 bags of
sugar, 101 bags of awa,-12 bags of
coffee, SO hides, 3 goa skius & 11 pigs.
Stmr Lchua sails to-morrow at 4 p m
for all the Kiuau's ports.
The "W II Dimond clcars'to-day for
S F with 11,173 bags of sugar valued at
LOCAL & CEHERAL NEWS.
Keep yourselves thy.
is a bonanza for gar-
Oni: Christmas Eve at Music
selections on our
The Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping
classes will not meet this evening
Tuc Kinau will leave on "Wednes
day at 'I o'clock on her usual route.
On account of the heavy rain, the
services at the chinches were omit
ted last evening.
Tire heavy rainstorm prevented
any session of the government schools
In another column will be found
a list of those who assist at the
Plenums of Her late Majesty
Queen Emma badges, cabinet, aud
life size for sale at Suu Pearl
Gallery. 1017 2t.
Poksek Beckley of the Kinau re
ports heavy rains all along the routo
of the vessel, rendering it impossible
to ship any freight.
You will find something very in
teresting in Lewis & Co. 'a new ad
vertisement to-day. Do not fail to
peruse it carefully.
Fhanz Abt, the German musician
and composer, is dead. Ilia songs
outnumber, it is f.aid, those of any
other writer of Licdcr.
Ik you want a nice shoe, boot,
blipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street- 980. tf.
Tin: regular meeting of Pacific
Hoso Co. No. 1, which was to liavo
been held this evening, has been
postponed to "Wednesday evening,
PiCTunr. cord, and gold and silver
wiie, picture knobs, hooks, etc.,
also patent hooks for curtain hang
ing at King Bros.' Art Store.
Next Monday evening thefirst Mon
taguo-Tiiiiicr Concert will take place
at Music Hall, The box plan for
single seats Is now open at Wiseman's.
Knew n titivate letter vro Icni
llmt the price of sugar lincl advanced
OH of a cent more Hum the price
quotrd in Williams, TJiraontl .fcCo.'s
Tub benefit conceit for Mr.
Dotinolly, which was to haTC been
given at the Fort Street Chuixh to
tnonow eveulng, has been postponed
owlug to the storm.
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At a circus in Pari9, April 11th,
four large lions breakfasted on a
horse that died of glanders, and they
nil died in agony In the same con
vulsions as if they had been poisoned
Tnr. Afghan dilllculty is simply to
decide who has the best right to some
twenty miles of "steppes". No
doubt that the one who begins the
quarrel is he who "takes the first
"IIazel Kirke" was repeated by
tho S. F. Dramatic Company before
a fair house on Satuiday evening.
All did their paits well, and evoked
ficqucnt applause. The farce at the
end sent the audience home in great
The funeial of Her late Majesty
Queen Emma has been postponed
until Sunday afternoon nest, May
17th. The sen ices will commence
at one o'clock, at the Kawaiahao
church, and the procession will move
from the church at 2 o'clock.
This morning about eight, a horse
attached to an express belonging to
the Fashion stables, took fright near
Brewer's wharf and started off along
Queen street at a high rate of speed,
beyond the control of the driver.
"When near Alakoa street the driver
managed to stop its career by turn
ing it to one side of tho road, with
out doing much damage. An ex
press containing Hon. S. G. "Wilder
had n hairbreadth escape "from
being run into.
Last Friday afternoon, Mr. Cro
zicr, employed at the Iron "Works,
went out buggy-riding with a lady
towards the Pali. The road being
narrow he got out to turn the horse
and carriage round, when the latter
got turned over and the lady was
thrown out. The horse made a
dash, got away and returned to
town on its own account. The lady
was picked up aud placed in another
carriage and taken home hardly any
the worse for the mishap.
THE LAST SAD RITES.
The funeral of the late Mr. Julius
L. Richardson took place on Satur
day afternoon from St. Andrew's
Cathedral. The church was filled
in every part by friends of the de
ceased. On the coffin were some
most beautiful floral tributes. The
impressive service was conducted by
the Revs. Alex. Mackintosh and
George "Wallace. The hymn, "Nearer,
My God, to Thee," was sung. The
remains were taken to the Nuuanu
Cemetery, followed by a long line of
carriages and the whole of the
laborers from the Waianac planta
tion, of which the deceased was the
much respected manager. The com
mittal service was read by the Rev.
inst. , nearly all of the English-speaking
population of Lihue, Kauai, met
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
W. II. Rice for a farewell reception
given to the Rev. and Mrs.
Wainwright, who leave shortly for
America. Preparations were ample,
and all passed off smoothly and plea
santly, tho only drawback being the
illness of the the hostess. Upon the
presentation of a substantial token
of their kindly regard, by the peo
ple of the district, the reverend
gentleman spoke feelingly of his re
gret that the condition of his health
demanded that he leave a people
with whom he was in such hearty
and personal accord. His many
friends wish hira a pleasant location
in a climate more suited to his health
and all the blessings which he most
The match game of baseball be
tween the Honolulu Baseball Club
and a lunofrom tho U. S. S. Hart
ford came off on Saturday afternoon
at the Makiki grounds, and ended
in a victory for tho Ilonolulus by a
score of 1(5 to 2. The game, consi
dering it was the first of the season,
was well contested. In the last in
nings but one the pitcher of the
Hartfords had a finger hurt, and
Wall of the Oceanics took his place,
but the catcher of the Hartfords was
unable to hold his puzzling enrvors.
Mr. C. J. Lyons reports that 10
inches of rain has fallen at Punahou
from 12 o'clock noon, Sunday, to
noon of to-day. At tho Honolulu
Ice Works, Mr. J. K. Wilder in
forms us that 8 80-100 inches fell
during the same time. The Hon.
II, M. Whitney reports 11 inches
fallen during the twenty-four hours
at his lesidence. Dr. Robert
McKibbin's report is that 10 83-100
inches fell from noon of Sunday to
2 o'clock this afternoon.
The Dead Queen.
Removal of tho Remains f 'om tho
Houso to Kawaiahao Church.
ESCORT OF FIVE MILITARY C0MPANIE.
Tho StrooU Thronged with Spectators,
On Saturday evening, a few min
utes past eight o'clock, tho remains
of tho late Queen Dowager Emma
were removed from her late resi
dence to the Kawaiahao Church. A
platform had been erected from the
verandah to within a short distance
of the front entrance, and also one
at the church. Long before the
time appointed large crowds, of peo
ple gathered in the grounds and on
Nuuanu and Beretania Streets. The
remains had been placed in the out
side coflln during the afternoon and
l ested on a small bier on wheels
draped heavily in black. Over the
coflln was a beautiful purple pall,
with the Hawaiian Coat of Arms
worked on in colors, surmounted
with a crown, the wholo bordered
with gold lace. This was made by
the sisters of St. Andrew's Priory.
About ten minutes before eight
o'clock a band of native singers
entered tho room of mourning and
sang several moles, finishing with
Hawaii Ponoi. The military com
panies to form a guard of honor
were drawn up on Nuuanu Street
in the following order: Honolulu
Rifles, Drum Corps, King's Own,
Mamalahoa, Prince's Own and
King's Guard. Then came the Aha
hui Poola, the members of which
drew the catafalque bearing tho
remains. It was about ten minutes
past eight o'clock when His Ex.
Governor Dominis gave the order to
start. The body was drawn slowly
from the room where it had lain tho
past two weeks, on to the verandah,
down the platform to the catafalque.
A large number of kahili bearers
stood on cither side of "tho platform.
The scene as the body moved down
the platform almost baflles descrip
tion. The loud sorrowing wails of
the beloved Queen's people could bo
heard a long distance off, and" their
grief was beyond control.
Amongst those present at the
house were: Their Royal High
nesses the Princesses Liliuokalani
and Likelike, His Ex. Gov. Dominis,
TTin TV J Af "KVinnnn I1 H 1
Iaukca, of His Majesty's Staff,
Major E. "W. Purvis, Vice-Chamberlain,
and Messrs. A. J. Cartwright
and "W. C. Parke. Majors A. Rosa
and J. D. Holt accompanied the
procession which moved about a
quarter past eight o'clock down
Nuuanu Street on to King Street,
thence direct to the church. The
line of march was thronged with
spectators of all nationalities. Ar
riving at the church the remains
were met by Cols. C. P. Iaukca and
Boyd of His Majesty's Staff and the
Vice-Chamberlain, Major Purvis ;
and inside the church wore H.B.M's
Commissioner, Major J. II. "Wodc
house and Mrs. AVodehouse ; Hon.
C. R. Bishop and others. The pul
pit platform was appropriately drap
ed in black, and kahilis stood tho
whole length of tho centre aisle, up
which the body was slowly drawn.
The whole of the pillars and the
royal seats were also draped in
black. The coflln resting on the
biors was lifted up on the platform
by a detachment of police, and after
being placed in position, a number
of kahilis were fixed around. At
tho head were the crown, decorations
and jewels, and at the foot a cruci
fix with a beautiful cross of white
flowers as a background. Lighted
candles were placed at each corner
of the platform, and ail along the
front stood numerous boautiful floral
designs. Shortly after 11 o'clock,
thoso who were to watch all night
were about the only ones left in the
Sunday morning opened out some
what dull. There had been consider
able rain in the valleys, as evinced
by the swollen streams. The pre
parations for tho funeral were car
ried on under the supervision of
Mr. W. C. Parke, who has had
charge of all the important funerals
for the pa6t thirty years. Every
thing was in rsadincss by Saturday
evening. Towards noon the clouds
became heavy, and it commenced to
rain, pouring down in torrents all
the afternoon, evoning, and through
the night. Shortly after noon the
church was well filled with those who
had come to witness the last sad
rites. At one o'clock it was decided
that two guns would be fired from
the shore battery if the funeral was
to bo postponed. About half-past
one o'clock the rain came down still
heavier, and it was at once apparent
that the funeral would not take
place that afternoon. At 2 o'clock
Major Purvis, the Vice-Chamberlain,
arrived at the church from the palace
and informed the Hon. John Cum
mings thai the obsequies had been
postponed. The latter, who is mar
shal of the funeral procession, then
announced the decision fiom the
platform In Hawaiian nml English,
and the largo audience gradually
At 10.30 o'clock Sunday morning
tho Rev. Alex. Mackintosh held a
memorial service for tho Hawaiian
patients of the Queen's Hospital,
which was of tho most impressive
iiaturc. The hall iu which the ser
vice took place waw beautifully de
corated. Two pictures of the lato
Queen draped in black were placed
in prominent positions, and tho tem
porary reading desk was one icais
of lovely flowers. The singing was
hoarty and joined in by all present.
Tho Rev. Mr. Mackintosh made an
appropriate address, speaking of the
hospital as a mcmoiial left by the
dead Queen, which she worked so
hard to build. It was her wish that
her people should take advantage of
it and not hide themselves away
when sick. The hospital was built
for the benefit of the people. Tho
rev. gentleman gave an account of
how Kamehamcha IV. and the late
Queen joined the Anglican Chuich,
and what they had done for it since
then, and concluded with an earnest
appeal to parents to send their child
leu to church and bare them brought
up in the right way.
HEAVY RAIN STORM.
About 10 o'clock yesterday morn
ing it commenced to rain and to
wards noon it came down in torrents,
not letting up until about 9 o'clock
this morning. Siucc then it has been
raining, but not quite so hard as in
the early part of the day. The da
mage done by this storm will amount
to many hundreds of dollars. The
lower pait of the town along Queen
street was almost entirely under
water, particularly Alakca street.
The block next to the Mutual Tele-
phono Co. building, running from
Merchant to Queen sheets, is en
tirely undor water, and the occu
pants of the cottages had to move
their things up stairs or take them
elsewhere to a place of safety. Very
earl'' this morning the water there
was over tvo feet high. It has gone
down considerably since then, but
about a foot remains.
The Nuuanu Valley stream was
much swollen, and considerable da
mage has been done at the second
bridge. The water came down last
night with terrific force, and this
morning, on the mauka side of the
bridge, there is a gap in the road
eighteen feet by four, which has
been washed away into the stroam,
taking with it two of the new water
pipes. The noise of the water, as it
rushed along, could be heard a long
The stream running from Rooke's
Valley lose yesterday, between a
quaiter before five o'clock and a
quarter past, between eight aud ten
feet high and three or four times as
wide. Mr. W. S. Luce had some
land ploughed recently, and theio
were hundreds of hills of eaith
washed away by this freshet. A pig
belonging to him died of fright.
Mr. J. F. Brown's residence on
King street was entirely surrounded
by water, looking like a lake with a
house in the centre.
At Waikiki a tremendous lot of
damage has been done. This end
of Kapiolani Park is entirely under
water. Mr. Cecil Brown estimates
the damage to his property at about
SG00. About $300 worth of black
sand was entirely washed away. An
embankment 10 feet high near the
Lemon homestead was washed away
out to sea. Mr. Henry Macfarlanc's
fishponds were washed away and the
fish have gone to sea.
On opening the corner store of
the Temple of Fashion thin morning,
it was found to contain two inches
of water, and in the Custom House
storehouse there is over three inches.
Messrs. Ilackfeld & Co.'s cellar has
about three inches of 'water in it,
and laborers arc at work with buck
ets bailing it out. Other places
have suffered to pretty nearly the
Out along the Pnlama Road the
country looked this morning like
Dutchland with the dykes burstcd.
Tho Princess Liliuokalani's gaulen
was like a miniature archipelago, the
water flowing deep on all tho paths.
From the seams of the stone retain
ing wall on the town side gushed a
hundred tiny cascades. Iu places the
drain overflowed the road. Chinese
vegetable gardens were beneath the
flood, and plant after plant let go its
clutch of the soil and was washed
into the roadside torrent. A native
woman was seen wading knecdeep
across a lot out to the road. The
road leading to St. Louis College
from King street was a lake for its
whole breadth, deep enough to float
a canoe. Coming into town, between
the bridge and Maunakca street, se
veral yaids length of a heavy coral
rock fence lay prostiato on the mau
ka bidewalk. It had evidently been
undermined by tho freshet, and pas
sengers would do well to avoid going
close to the portion of the wall still
About ten o'clock this morning tho
bky lightened iyp a little, but at noon
the rain was atyain coming down in
drenching volume. At two o'clock
tho symptoms betokened anything
but clearing up this evening.
Before Police .Tustlco Blckerlon.
Pakani and Geo. Clark, for drunk
enness, were each lined Sfi and SI
costs. Ah Luk, for importing opium
to the Kingdom, was lined 8100 and
seutencod to Imprisonment at linid
labor for tlncc months. Kaholoino
ciia, for assault and battery on his
wife, whs fined 85 aud S3 costs.
There were eight drunks on the
docket this morning. Two forfeited
bail of 810 each, and the remainder
had to pay SG each. Kclai was sent
to prison for -18 houis for disorderly
conduct. Ah Nan and Ah Yan, for
gambling on tho Sabbath, were
reprimanded and discharged. C. J.
Hansen, for assault aud battery on
J. Hcgslcr, forfeited bail of $10.
Kahaiau was fiucd So and 83 costs
for assault and battery on his wife.
This morning His Majesty the
King gave a breakfast at the Palace
in honor of Admiral Upshur, Captain
Perkins and olllceis of tho U. S. S.
Hartford. The following were pres
ent in addition to the Royal host and
his guests: His Excellency the
Miuister of Foreign Affairs, His Ex.
R. M. Daggett, American Minister,
Col. C. P. Iaukea, Major E. W.
Purvis, Vice-Chamborlain, Hons. S.
G. Wilder and II. A. Widemaun.
ONE CHRISTMAS EVE.
To-night the Dramatic Company
will present the beautiful Comedy in
three acts, entitled, "One Christmas
Eve; or Driven from Homo". The
performance will conclude with tho
screaming farce, Beautiful Forever.
On Wednesday afternoon a grand
farewell matinee. The compaii'
leave us next Friday, and it is to be
hoped their final performances will
draw forth large audiences. The
company is worthy of better patronage
than it has had.
DE YOUNC-SPREGKELS CASE.
The case of M. Dc Young against
Adolph Sprockets, which was set for
April lGth, was postponed to 20th
Apiil on application of Spreckels,
counsel who had been so much occu
pied with other business that he had
not been able to attend to the case.
A number of affidavits were filed in
support of tho motion for a contin
uance, and in one by II. F. Ilighton,
of counsel for the defence, occurs
the following: "One of the defences
to be made is that the defendant
committed the act charged while un
der the influence of a morbid and
uncontrollable impulse, by which a
free determination of the will was
precluded; a condition of mental
disease which is termed by law
writers 'impulsive insanity.' " The
case was finally continued to May
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 we will be pleased
to meet our old patrous and the
public. Cornices and Picture Frames
a specialty. All we ask is a trial.
On Saturday a poor old man in
seedy garments, who said he had
traveled on foot from Galena, 111.,
and had known and fought under
the General, paused iu front of the
house at G.30 A. M. and dofllng his
weather-beaten hat, prayed loud and
fervently for his recovery. When
he turned to go the tcais were cours
ing each other down tho old man's
cheeks. He refused assistance offer
ed him by those present and would
not give his name. American
Near Jeyporc, India, 4,000 people
arc engaged in extracting salt from
the waters of a lake. The custom
was adopted of stopping all work on
Sundays; and tho result was, as
usual, as much work done in six
days as formerly in seven.
During the past eleven years,
British troot)3 at various points
fought 24 or 25 battles. In only
three instances did the number of
casualties exceed 5G killed and 170
The iVew York Commercial
Jlulletin predicts " a higher plane
of permanent prosperity than has
heretoforo been witnessed." So
mote it be.
Wise men arc instructed by rea
son, men of less understanding lry
expeiionce, the most ignorant by
necessity, aud beasts by nature.
It is stated that tho Rev. Mr.
Ross, of North China, has discovered
the written character of tho Corcau.
The Finance Minister of France
proposes to borrow a little money.
The required item is 700,000,000
Queen Victoria, it is said, is to bo
the nest loyal visitor to Ireland.
A LL persons having imv bills against
f. Her Mujesty Queen Ivaplolaui will
ilea b u present tlieui, on or beforu the
10th Inst. Address to
MBS. LYMAN SWAN,
1011 td I'ost-Offlce.
The'4 Daily Bulletin"
Is for salo immediately after publica
tion, at tho following places:
Messrs. OAT & CO.'S, Morchant St.;
Mr. THRUM'S, Merchant SI.;
Mossrs. WOLFE & EDWARDS', corner
Kino and Nuuanu Sit.;
ISAAC MOORE'S, 134 Nuuanu Street;
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS, Hotel Slroel.
rpUK place to buy J. W. llinglcy's
JL Celebrated Cigars. Tho Crystal
Soda Works will bo a depot for these
fluo Clears, wholesale and retail.
1? II. WOODWORT1I, of Honolulu,
JJ. and I). T. Bnllcy, of Maui, have
IhW day formed a copartnership under
the firm name of tuo Crystal Soda
Works Co. E. II. WOObWOUTH,
101C aw D. T. BAILEY.
rpHE UNDE11SIGNED HEltEBY
X gives notice that lie will not be
responsible for any debts contracted in
his name without his written order.
Honolulu, April 15, 1895. 090 lm
FOR MAN and wife, lth accommo.
datlou to cook for themselves, or
hoard w lth the family. Apply at 187
Nuuanu Btreet. 073 tf
Important Sale !
We have hecn instructed to sell at
Public Auction, on
THURSDAY, MAT 14th,
At 10 o'clock a.m., at the storo formerly
occupied by SAMUEL 'NOTT, Fort 8t.,
the undermentioned articles belonging
to the Estate of the Late
HON. MRS. G. R. BISHOP,
ICoa JTiix-nitrirc, Mirrorw,
Koa, Cocoanut, and ollur descrip
tions of Calabashes,
Niihau, Puna and Lauhala Mats,
In great variety;
And other articles too numerous to
mention. The whole will be on view on
AVednesday, May 13th, 1895, at 9 a.m.
E2f All the bove re in first-class
order and arc well worthy the attention
LYONS A LEVEY,
1015 td Auctioneers.
SILK CULTURE i
My Book of Instruction,
"SILK AND THE SILK WORM,"
Gives all necessary information.
l'rlce, Tiventy-Flve CcfttH per eop..
Silk Worm Eggs, Reels, Trees, Cut
tings, Seeds, &c", for sale at the very
low est market rates.
Thcrmomotcr and Barometer ComblnoJ
For use of Silk Baiscrs, free by mall
only 73 cents.
I will be pleased to glvo information
to correspondents who apply by letter,
inclosing two-cent stamp for reply,
Hpcclmeu Hoxch or Cocoonn Jt Keel
ed Milk, 5 C'ClltH.I
None but articles of tho first quality sold
Address all communications to
Miss Nellie Lincoln Rossiter,
Practical Silk Culturlst,
New Lisbon, Burlington Co.
914 NEW JERSEY.
Clearing Out Sale.
Goods are being markud down
in price ai quickly nu possible.
A good opportunity to purchase.