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TUESDAY, MAY 12, 188o.
DDEAHIC 3.S. CO.
for. nx i-'itASCiMxi.
Muripiun Leaves Honolulu, May 15
Alameda Leaves Honolulu, Jtmr 1
roll AUCKLAND ANM) SVUNUV:
Htmr Australia May 1 (1
I'OU SAN rilANOlPCO.
Stiur Kcilnmllii May 12
15tilau Man-of-war I ijltfiom Callno
, , DEPARTURES.
Lcluia for Windward port
Millc Morris for Molokai
1 Likellko for Kahultit '
Emma for Koolau
Nettle Merrill for Lahulnu
Eliuka! for Wniuluu
Hob Hoy for Kooluu
Walehu for Koloa
Waloll for Midiko
Mamiokawiil for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bgtno AV II Meyer for S F
Stinr ICliiau for Windward ports
Stinr W U Hull for Windward port
Bgtnc John Smllli for S V
Stiur Planter for Kauai
VESSELS IN PORT.
HMnc John Smith.
l$ri;Allie. Howe, Holland
UrkrW II Meyer,
Bk T K Foster, Kupg
Ilk Forest Queen, Nclltou
Ilk Mcndota, NnMi
S S Mariposa, Haywnrd
Tern Beulali, Wilson
llktnc Eureka, Lee
The sailing of the stmr Planter i
postponed until to-morrow.
The schooner Gen Seigle, dipt Neil
son, will sail for Jalnit, S S Islands, on
Thursday next with stores for the Pa
cillo Navigation Co.'s trading station
there. She will aLo take some lumber
for a vobra house at Jaluit. She is go
ing to be gone about 12 months, trading
among this Mauds.
The Forest Queen received sugar
from rianter and Mary Foster to-day.
She will probably sail next week.
The Pelc must have expected this
Itiifesiuu man-of-war, because, like an
old maid, she is rigged up in her best
bib-and-tuckcr, a1? it were, to receive a
The Hussiau .Man-of-war Djit arrived
this morning -10 days from Callno. She
will remain here for u week and then
,ail for Nagasaki. She
and not very large.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Kxcklsiou Lodge meets this even
ing at 7:110 o'clock.
Tin: Honolulu Rifles were on guard
duty at the Kawaiahao Church last
Jr.Mi;Misi:ii you can obtain single
tickets at "Wiseman's for the Montague-Turner
Tins morning Contractor Thomas
re-commenced work on the now
The Honolulu Rifles meet this
evening at 7:!10 o'clock for their
usual weekly drill.
It is probable that the Barrett
Circus will pass through here in June
on the Australian steamer.
Mit. J. P. Ilackfeld, acting Rus
sian Consul, visited tho Djit tliis
afternoon and was received with the
Womc on Mr. C. J. Fishel's new
store at the corner of Port and Hotel
streets was commenced this morning
by Mr. George Lucas.
If j'ou want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or an' kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street- 980. tf.
Tub Cunard S. S. Umbria, which
left New York April 11th, made the
passage across the Atlantic in C
days, 18 hours.
1'iCTUiir. cord, and gold aud silver
wire, picture knobs, hooks, etc.,
also patent hooks for curtain hang
ing at King Bros.' Art Store.
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A Kuiraiuu dividend of SGO per
share will now be paid to the stock
holders of the Koloa Sugar Company
til the office of Messrs. 11. Ilackfeld
Tin: S. S. Kinau comes off the
Marino llailwnj this afternoon, and
will sail at -K o'clock to-morrow
afternoon on hermsual route, return
ing Sunday morning.
Tin: regular meeting of Geo. AY.
Dc Long Post No. 15'; G. A. It., will
be held this evening nt 7:110 o'clock.
All comrades are requested to bo
present, as important business will
Tub rain has donu lnuth damage
in the chambers of Mr. Justice Aus
tin in the Government Building.
The coiling is very wet yet and it is
a wonder the plaster has not fallen,
Tho Minister of tho Interior's office
was also deluged.
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Iuuim: is a young man in. town
acting as correspondent to tho Dnly
heiiorlcr of San Francisco, and it'J
4r. Alio CO 11111 is vcrv WCt vet am It 13 have had such a heavv rainstorm as order, and w lm on v mv tn-mor- iuh biiuiiuni; 10 jikui inu euno ui -.-.w w- uw -.wvw.
1ms been inferred thnt some very
Intciosting sketches of Honolulu life
may he looked for by tho lclurn of
iJfST ariived per Mariposa, for the
t'nlon Feed Co., 1,200 bngs fine mid
coarse bran, fi00 bags barley, 'J00
hags rolled barley, 125 bags boiled
linseed meal (new process), CO bags
oil cake meal, 50 bags middlings.
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Win does not the Road Supervisor
place something over the large gap
in the second bridge, Nuuanu Val
ley, and llx lanterns at night to warn
pedestrians and teams 'r There will
bu an accident the first thing one
knows at that place.
Tin: shareholders of the Grove
Ranch Plantation Company arc noti
fied that u dividend of S 12.50 per
share will bo paid them by the trea
surer, Mr. John II. Puty, at Messrs.
Bishop & Co.'s bank, to-morrow.
Wednesday, May 13th.
The receipts at Music Hall on
Thursday evening last on tho occa
sion of tho benefit to the Geo. AV.
S'100. Mr. J. P. Rutlcdgc, tho
DeLong Post, G.A.R., amounted to
manager of the Dramatic Company,
has forwarded to the Post, n third,
Tur, New York Clipper of April
18lh says: "M. M. Whelan and J.
K. . Brooks (late of the ""Wife's
Honor" Co.) are organizing in
'Frisco a dramatic troupe to visit the
large cities. A trip to Honolulu
and Australia is laid out by them
for Jury, so Mr. "Whelan writes us."
Is it not rather singular when you
think of it, in view of tho present
relations between England and Rus
sia, that Mr. J. F. Hackfeld, the
acting Russian Consul, Is a member
of the firm of Ilackfeld & Co., agents
for the Pacific Mail Steamship Com
pany, the latter having two English
vessels in the lino.
Mn. A. Prank Cooke could havo
been seen this morning, near the
Pacific Navigation Company's build
ing, pouring water on a drunken
man's head. The process resulted
in reviving the object to conscious
ness. A recent accession to the Y.
M. C. A. says it was the most prac
tical revival work he ever saw.
Lv the Supremo Court this morn
ing, before Justice McCully, the
Kwong Sam Chin Company doing
business at Laupahochoe, Hawaii,
were adjudicated bankrupts on the
petition of Kwong Ycc Sing Com
pany. All creditors must prove their
claims on Monday, May 18th, at 10
o'clock, when an assignee or as
signees will be elected.
An interesting event is announced
by the proprietor of the Central Park
skating rink, in the shape of a hurdle
race. It comes off on Thursday
evening next. There will be sis
hurdles 18 inches high, over which
the rollicking rollcrcrs must jump.
Already there are several entries
recorded, and the contest will un
doubtedly be an amusing one.
Mn. J. "W. Hinglcy, former pro
prietor of the Pioneer Cigar Factory,
No. 59 Fort street, and more re
cently at No. 81, King street, is now
established at the Central Park Skat
ing Rink, where he keeps a line as
sortment of choice cigars and to
bacco, and furnishes a delicious
article of soda water. Mr. Hinglcy,
also, has re-commenced the manu
facture of his famous brands of
cigars, at his residence on Berctania
street, second door from Alapai
street, adjoining the premises of
Mr. Thomas E. Wall. Orders left
at the Crystal Soda Works, No. G9,
Hotel street, or sent by Mutual
Telephone, No. 319, Central Park
Skating Rink, will receive prompt
attention. 1019 lm
Thursday evening a grand com
plimentary benefit will be tendered
Mr. J. P. Itutledge, Manager of the
San Francisco Company, at the Mu
sic Hull, by the citizens of Hono
lulu. On that occasion tho beauti
ful play, "Two Orphans," will be
presented. Through the kindness
of His Excellency Governor Douii
nis tho Royal Hawaiian Band will
be in attendance and play several
selections. This company came here
at a great expense, and the' havo
given us a fine series of plays, and
we hope on this occasion they will
bo rewarded with a bumper house.
Tickets arc going fast, and the box
plan will be open at 9 o'clock Wed
nesday morning at tho oflico of .I.E.
Wiseman, Merchant street. A re
served seat costs only 81 remember.
Twenty-four hours havo worked
wonders in town. The water lying
round yesterday has nearly all dis
appeared, and as we go to press it
docs not seem possible to realize wo
have had such a heavy rainstorm as
that of Sunday and Monday. Last
evening tho weather was muggy, and
there is very little change to-day.
From all appearances wc have pro
bably not got through with tho storm
yet. In some places the dust is
RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE.
The following resolutions have
bnpti nilnnlrtl liv Ihn IMvv Cnniipll i
Whereas, It lias pleased Almighty '
God to withdraw from this life Her
Majesty the Queen Dowager, Kmmn
Knlclconalani s and,
Whereas, Her lalo Majesty, the
Consort of the lalo King, His Ma
jesty Knmehanicha IV., was beloved
aud esteemed by all classes of the
Hawaiian Nation, on account of Her
patriotic devotion to tho welfare of
Ho it Resolved by His Majesty's
Privy Councillors of Slate, in Council
assembled, That in tho death of
Her late Majesty, whoso royal and
domestic virtues rendered her beloved
by all, the Hawaiian Nation has
sustained a great loss ; sinccroly
mourning for which the Council res
pectfully tenders an expression of
its deep sympathy to their Majesties
the King and Queen, tho members of
the Royal Family, and the relatives
of the deceased Queen.
His Holiness Pope Leo XIII. has
conferred upon His Majesty King
Kalakaua, the diploma and grand
insignia of the first class of tho Or
der of Pius. A similar decoration
has been conferred on His Excel
lency John O. Dominis, Got. of
Oahu, and His Excellency Walter
M. Gibson, Minister of Foreign
Affairs, has been named Knight
Commander of tho same Order.
His Majesty tho King received from
His Holiness a brief in Latin, of
which the following is a translation :
LEO XIII., POPE.
O, Highly-favored aud august King,
greeting: As nothing ever occurs which
is more acceptablo and pleasant to Us
than that which shows itself favorable
to the propagation of the Catholic name,
We are accustomed to offer pledges of
our good will to those men who give
any assistance or countenance to the
furtherance of leligion. Since, there
fore. Thou, as it has been related to Us,
not only pcrmittcst those who under
take a sacred mUfcion to Thy ocean-girt
Islands to propagate the Christian re
ligion, but also dost not let them lack
for any olllcc of kindness, AVe have de
sired to confer on Thee a title of the
highest, honor, as a token of Our grati
tude. AVhereforc, desiring to extend to
Thee special favor. We, by theao Our
present letters, make, appoint and pro
claim Thee Knight of Pius of the First
Class, and AVo admit Thee into the
highly distinguished company and num
ber of that Order of Knights. Further
more, AVe grant to Thee, most excellent
King, that, besides the great, medal
worn on the left sido of the coat, Thou
mayst -and canst, fully aud of right,
wear the great Insignia proper to this
Order, which is borne from the right
shoulder by a sky-blue silken ribbon,
bordered on both sides with a double
red line. Lest any mistake in the man
lier of wearing the insignia should oc
cur, We have given orders that a design
be handed you herewith. Given at
Home, at St. Peter's, under the seal of
the Fishcrniau, this Kith day of March,
1SS.". and in the eighth year of Our
X. CAM). LEDOCIIOWSKI.
ALL FOR N0THINC.
There was considerable excitement
round town this morning when the
lookout al Diamond Head telephoned
a Russian mau-of-war in sight. It
formed the principal topic on the
streets and all kinds of opinions
were formed. Some thought war
had been declared and this vessel
had made all haste from San Fran
cisco to be on the lookout for the
Zealandia. The different look out
towers were monopolized with eager
eyes. It was reported another man-of-war
was to bo seen about ten
miles behind the Russian. Suffice
it to say that as soon as the vessel
came to anchor in the stream she
was found to be the Djit forty days
frofti Callao. Of course she brings
no later news and knows nothing of
any declaration of war or otherwise.
The general opinion is that a British
man-of-war will arrive in port before
twenty-four hours are past. The
Djit will remain hero about a week.
ARRESTS FOR BRIBERY.
This afternoon two Chinamen
were arrested for bribing a police
officer. It appears that Officer Kau
hanc, acting under instructions from
the Marshal, arrested a Chinaman
for selling liquor without n license.
The latter offered Knulmno 8100 to
let him go, but hu would not. A
friend coming up at tho time ad
vanced the bribe to 8250, on condi
tion that he, the officer, would return
tho liquor, but ho still refused, not
caring to let tho liquor go out of his
.sight. The two have both been ar
rested and sineo released on furnish
ing $.100 bail. The case will be
heard in a day or two.
On Thursday at 10 o'clock, in the
store formerly occupied by Samuel
Nott, Fort street, a large quantity
of articles belonging to the estate of
the late Hon. Mrs. Bishop, will be
sold by Messrs. Lyons & Levey.
The articles include koa furniture ;
koa, cocounut and other descriptions
of calabashes, Niiliau, Puna and lou
hala mats. They are all in splendid
order, and will he on view to-morrow
in the. above-mentioned store
between the hours of ten and four
o'clock. It is rare that such island
curiosities arc offered to the public.
hala mats. They are all in splendid c " wiim wo uo ami say j to oo TxTncst nf fh a TTmiQficj H
Virtue is the only nobility. instruct the understanding. Ji.pc- 101 ,f 'JM
ONE CHRISTMAS EVE.
It is a hard matter to get our people
to turn out when the weather shows
any signs of being stormy, and this
probably accounts for the small
audience at Music Hall last evening
when the above play was presented.
It was given a very fair rendition )y
the company. The farce, Beautiful
Forever, which concluded the per
formance ereuted roars of laughter
and sent the audience home in good
Four natives were fined 8G each
for drunkenness. Kapili and Kupnit
had to pay S10 each for tho same
offense in a saloon, and Manuel SG
and 81.20 costs. Frank Daniingo
and Manuel were charged witli
larceny of a watch, chain and charm
valued at 825, about December, 1881,
the property of the Wilder Steamship
Company. They were remanded
until the 19th at request of prose
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 patrons and the
public. Cornices and Picture Frames
a specialty. All we askls a trial.
A Kentucky girl was too much for
a Tennessee dude. A Louisville
damsel was visiting Memphis, and
according to the Times was sitting
upon a sofa with a frcslcyoung
society man, who, as the conversa
tion progressed, allowed his arm to
gradually fall down until he had it
around her waist. She arose very
indignant, and lie made the following
apology: " 1 hope you will not think
anything of this. It is just a way 1
have. All the Memphis boys act
the same way, and you will have to
get used to it. I hope you will not
take any offence at it as it's just my
way." She left the room, but came
back in a few minutes with a married
friend and sat down on the sofa
again. Soon she began to yawn and
give every indication of being thor
oughly bored. Finally she said:
" I'm dreadfully sleepy and I hope
3'ou'll go home. You mustn't take
any offetice at this. All the Louis
ville girls "act the same way. You
arc exceedingly tiresome, and you
had belter go home at once. Don't
be offended at this. It is simply a
way I have." Ho didn't linger.
Poetry reveals to us the loveliness
of nature, brings back the freshness
of youthful feeling, revives the relish
of simple pleasures, keeps unquench
ed the enthusiasm which warmed the
spring-time of our being, refines
youthful love, strengthens our in
terest in human nature by vivid de
lineations of its tendcrest and softest
feelings, and, through tiic brightness
of its prophetic visions, helps Faith
to lay hold on the future life.
While the teachers throughout the
country are trying to decide whether
the roller skating rink has a bad in
fluence on the schools or not, the
board of education of Cleveland,
Ohio, have settled the matter in that
city at least. Lately a meeting of
the school board was adjourned to
allow the members to have a skate,
and they went in a body to the rink,
had a good time, and returned after
tho rink closed to transact their busi
It is claimed by scientific author
ities thai the vibrations set in motion
by the voice never cease, aud in six
hours have disturbed every atom in
ottr atmosphere. When a few women
gather together and proceed to give
the rest of the community fits, it
don't seem as though it ought to
take more than about half that long
for the disturbance to make the
grand rounds. Chicago Ledger.
As a man embraces the determina
tion to become a soldier aud go to
the wars, bravely resolved to bear
dangers aud difficulties, and wounds,
and death itself, but al the samo
timo never anticipating tho parti
cular form in which those evils may
surprise us in an extremely unpleas
ant manner so do we rush into
In times of good fortune it is easy
to appear great nay, even to act
greatly; but in misfortune very diffi
cult. The greatest man will commit
hluiidcia in misfortune, because the
want of proportion between his
means and his ends progrcisivoly in
creases, and his inward strength in
exhausted in fruitless efforts.
It is the part of an indiscreet and
troublesome ambition to care too
much about fame about what tho
world says of us ; to bo always look
ing into the faces of others for ap
proval ; to be always anxious for the
effect of what wo do and say j to bo
always shouting to hear the echo of
our own voices. Longfellow.
Let your subject bo something of
necessity and use, something that
may advance the tone and practice
of virtue, reform tho passions, or
instruct the understanding. 7i'c-tiCus,
The "Dally Bulletin"
Is for ealo immediately after publica
tion, at tho following places:
Mosses. OAT & CO.'S, Morch.inl SI.;
Mr. THRUM'S, Merchant SI.;
Messrs. WOLFE & EDWARDS', corner
King ami Nuuanu Sis.;
ISAAC MOORE'S, 134 Nuuanu Slroel:
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS, Hotel Slrcol
Central PiirUMni M
Corner Berctania & Punchbowl Streets.
Thursday Evening, Mny 14th,
Hurdle Race on Skates,
one mile for two cash prizes.
Particulars learned on application. Kn.
tries to he nmde not later than
evening of r.ith Inst.
I3T This splendid Kink is open every
afternoon and evening of the weak,
niusio Tuesday and Friday evenings and
C2T Just received, large assortment or
Skate-". Patrons will ho furnished
cither H & II Club or Strap Skates. Po
lite attention to all.
lUlRiJin 1). P. SMITH, Proprietor.
ALL person having any hills against
Her Majesty Queen ICnpiolani will
please present them, on or before the
Kith hist. Address to
MI1S. LYMAN SWAN,
1014 td Pusl.Qlllcc.
THK place to buy J. W. llinglcy'.s
Celebrated Cigars. The Crystal
Soda Works will he a depot for these
line Cigars, wholesale and retail.
"T7 II. WOOmVOKTH, of Honolulu,
Jl. and D. T. Hallcy, of Mnui, have
this day formed a co partnership under
the firm name of the Crystal Soda
Works Co. E. H. WOO'DWOUTH,
1010 ,1w P. T. BAILEY.
rpiIE UNDEHSIGNED HEIiEBY
X gives notice that ho will not bo
responsible for any debts contracted in
his name without his written order.
Honolulu, April ir,, 1885. 000 lm
FOK MAN and wife, with accommo
dation to cnok for themselves, or
board with the family. Apply at 187
Nuuanu Street. "07!itf
Wo have been instructed to sell at
Public Auction, on
THURSDAY, MAY 14th,
At 10 o'clock ii.ni., at the store formerly
occupied by SAMUEL NOTT, Fort St.,
the undermentioned articles belonging
to the Estate of the Late
HON. MRS. C. R. BISHOP,
Ivon Xui-iiituro, 3IiiMoiK,
Koa, Cocoanut, and other descrip
tions of Calabashes,
Niihau, Puna and Lauhala Mats,
In gicat variety;
Ami other articles too numerous t
mention. The whole will be on view on
Wednesday, .May lillli. 1835, at !l a.m.
E2f" All the above aru in first-class
ouior and are well wortiiy tliu attention
LYONS & LEVEY,
1015 td Auctioneers.
GoocIh are lieing marked down
in price us quickly as possible.
A good opportunity to purchase. m noNOLULlT, Jl
I EASY RATES ! I
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Devoted to Viticulture, Olhe Culture,
Sericulture, and other Productions,
Manufactures and Commerce of
the Pacillc Coast.
A Splendid Advertising Medium
For Hawaiian lulnes Men desirous of
forming trade connections
on the Coast.
TEKMS Thrco Dollars per annum;
$1.75 for six months.
Charles It. Buuklmul,
Editor and Proprietor.
OFFICE 323 Front Street. I'ost-Oftlcc
Box. 2300. San Frnnclsco, California.
SILK CULTURE i
My Bool: of Instruction,
"SILK AND THE SILK WORM,"
Gives all necessary information.
I'rli-e, Twcnty-KIvc Cent prr ropy.
Silk Worm Eggs, Eccls, Trees Cut.
lings, Seeds, &c., for sale at the very
lowest market rates.
Thermometer and Barometer Comblnod
For use of Silk Kaisers, free by mall
only 75 cents.
I will be pleased to give information
to correspondents who apply by letter,
inclosing two-cent stamp for reply,
Specimen Hnxc or C'nconiin V Itpcl
cil Silk, S!i Con In.;
None but articles of the first qitullty sold
Address all communications to
Miss Nellie Lincoln Rossiter,
Practical Silk Culturlsl,
Now Lisbon, llurliugton Co.
014 NEW .IKRSEY.
lie L. Rossiter's
TlllC.I3 LIST OF
rint 10 100 1000 k
18 to 24 inches.. 00c 1.00 $20.00 L
2 to 3 feet !)0o (1.00 35.00 -i
3to4feet $1.2:; S.50 55.00
r-EU 10 100 1000 ' t
4 toO inches... $2.00 $10.00 "j
0 to 12 inches.. 50c 2.50 15.00 '4
12 to 18 " .. COc 3.00 20.00 "k
18 to 24 " .. 75c 0.00 30.00 '
2to3fect $1.00 7.00 40.00 "8fi
3 to 4 " 1.25 0.00 W
4 to 5 " 1.75 12.00 -S
5toU " 2.50 1C.00 .M
Cuttings, per 100, $1.00; per 1,000, $G.C0.
White Mulberry Seed, per ounce, 30
cents; per pound, $3.00.
Kussian Mulberry Seed, per ounce, 00
cents; per pound, $7.00.
Miss Nellie Lincoln Rossiter
Is Agent for the following papeis:
South and West, semi-monthly, C0c a
Fanner's Call, weekly, Me per year;
Farmer's Home, monthly, 00c per year;
Home and School Visitor, monthly,
70c per year.
As an inducement to parties to order
their Silk Worm Eggs during the sunt
incr, to be forwarded hi the fall, I oiler
premiums, from April 1st, as follows:
For 1, 2,000 egsr, and a book of in
struction. For $2, 5,000 eggs, book of instruction
and any one paper.
For $3, JjOz. eggs, and any two papers.
For $0, 1 07.. eggs, two papers and book.
For $0.00, 2 oz. eggs, and tiirco papers.
For $M, 3 oz. eggs, 3 papers and book.
For 17, 4 07.. eggs, aud four papers.
For $21, (j oz. eggs, 4 papers' and book
The above charges "ore the regular
list prices for eggs," anil the papers will
be sent in hero stated for one. year.
Those sending ordeis through thornim.
mer, accompanied by the cash amount,
(Post-Ollieo orders payable to me, on
Post Olllcc, Pcm burton, New Jersey, U.
S. A.) will receive the premium to
which their order entitles them, com
mcucing at once, and the eggs will bu
sent about .November 1st.
KMiIi: M.M'OI.X ItONKITHlt,
Practical Silk CnltiirUt,
New Lisbon, Burlington Co.,
077 NEW JERSEY.
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