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OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Kill SAN kuanoisco.
Mariposa Lciivcb Honolulu, May 15
Aliinicilti Leaves Honolulu. .luuo 1
PACIFIC MAILS. sTcO.
KOll AUCKLAND AND SVIIXKY:
Stmr Atistinlla May
roil sn J'iiancipco
Stmr City of Sydney Junu 7
S S Zcnlnndlii from Aiiotrulln
.Slinr lwnlaul fioin Hutiiakua
.Stmr ICIiulu for Windward pints
Stmr W (1 Hall for Wlndwaid porU
Stmr l'lanti-r for Kauai
S S Zealandia for S J''
Bgtue V It Meyer for S F
Bgtnc John Smith for S F
VESSELS IN PORT.
imtii o John Smith.
Brig Allie. Howe, Holland
Utlif W 11 Meyer,
Uk TK Foster, ItiiRS
Bk Forest Queen, NclKou
Bk Mcndotn, Nash
S S Mariposa, llayward
Tern BcTilah, Wilson
llktnc Eureka, Lee
11 I 11 M S S Djlgliit
For Hamakua )er stmr Lchua, May
12 P Jones, Mls Annie Dougherty, &
For Windward ports per stmr Like
llke,Mavl2 FM Hatch. MKs Hatch.
Mis .lurtd, Mis Brooks, Hon J W Ka
lua and wife, Dr G AJtawson. Brother
Thomas. Theo Smith, G H Freneh, 1
Center, wife it child, .T Kobbius, and SO
From Svducy for Honolulu per S S
Zcal.indla.May lit Miss A Field, H W
it T Garlicks, Mr & Mrs Cocklmrn and
l!l() In transit for S F.
Tlio tug Klcu and schr "Gen Sclgcl
will go oil the Marino Hallway this day
to he cleaned.
The Euieka h docked near the ll-.li-uiarkct.
Stmr Iwalanl brought I!. 120 hags of
sugar 21 head of cattle & II horses. Tlic
purser reports very lough weather.
The. hkT It Foster will sail hi about
10 days for the Sound to load lumber
jirobably for Sydney.
A schooner of SO tons burden owned
by Mr F E White of Yokohama was to
sail from that port May 1st on a trading
voyage to the S S Islands via Honolulu.
She is expected here about .Tune 1st.
Tim S S Zealandia arrived utG-.HO this
morning from Australia. She has 1 bull
and 1 heifer for II Maefarlane & 201 sks
of potatoes for Macfarlane, May and
Nineteen Chluco took passage on the
Zealandia this p m for S F.
The S S Zealandia sailed at 3 o'cloeck
this afternoon for S F. She took, from
this port 1413 bags of sugar valued at
TODAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Nr.w Moon to-nicrht.
Muggy weather is it not?
A PoitTUfiunsr. and
for a situation.
A C.r.NTLKMAN'.S locket With 1110110-
gram is advertised as lost.
A xumhku of sailors from the
Russian man-of-war are around town.
Tin: 1 M. S. S. Australia is due
any time after noon of Saturday
from San Francisco.
Somi: of the passengers by the
Zealandia will stay' over and take
passage by the Mariposa on Friday.
To-Monnow is Ascension Day.
Special sorvices will be held in St.
Andrew's Cathedral at 0:.10 and
11 A. M.
Wr. understand Comrade Jay
Greene will deliver the oration on
Memorial Day at the exercises in
Tub Honolulu Killes have accept
ed the invitation to take part in the
exercises on Memorial Day, Satur
day, May SOth.
I'm: usual weekly services at St.
Andrew's, Fort street and Hethel
Union Churches this cvoning at 7 :30
Tins morning tlio Supreme Court
was occupied in proving claims in
the bankruptcy of the Kwong Yce
Ik you want a nice shoe, boot.
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
13 Nuiianu street- 80. tf.
Tub immense stock of the Ha
waiian Bazar has been niaiked down
to bed rock prices in order to clear
it out. It is u chance that should
certainly not be neglected.
Tin: annunl meeting of the Ladies'
Benevolent Society will be held to
morrow at 3 o'clock at the Fort
Street Church, and a sociable will be
given in the evening.
Tiib King of Siam is not yet 30
years of age and has 203 children.
The king buys marbles by the hun
dreds, hoops by the gross, dolls by
the hundred and paregoric by the
A iiawi of prisoner.-! wi'io nl xvoik
tills morning nt tlm .second lnitltro
Nuuanu Vnlluy, repairing tlio rinmngc
doiii! Ity the recent heavy sloini.
Tin: U. .S. S. Mariposa will leave
on Friday at noon for San I'ranclfe
co. Tlio Post-oflloc mull will oloso
nt 10 A. M., a late letter bug at 1 1
Just arrived per Mariposa, for the
Union Feed Co., 1,200 bags line and
coarse bran, fiOO bags but ley, '200
hags rolled barley, 125 lings boiled
linseed meal (new process), fit) bags
oil cuke incnl, oO bugs middlings.
Mussns. Gonsalvcs & Co., Hotel
street, have received by the Maii
posa, a choice assortment of Madeira,
hand-sowed embroidery. Ladies will
do well to call early if they want
Tin: Saratoga House on Hotel
street is a thing of the past, its
doors being closed yesterday. On
account of foreclosure of mortgage
all the effects are to be sold at
Do not forget the sale to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock of koa furni
ture, calabashes, miiti, crockery,
and glassware by Lyons & Levey at
the store formerly occupied by
The Kawaiahao Seminary Fair
has been further postponed until
Saturday, May 23rd. Refreshments
will be served from 12 o'clock noon
to 0 p. m., and' all kinds of fancy
articles will be offered for sale.
A mixtixk of the stockholders of
the Hawaiian Stone Company was
hold yesterday, when the following
officers were elected: President,
Richd. F. Bickerton ; Treasurer, S.
C. Allen; Secretary, Walter. D.
Last evening, shortly after nine
o'clock, Albert K. Kunuiakea was
driving in a break out to Palama,
when, near the Ilaaliliamanu bridge,
he ran into a lamp post, and was
thrown out, receiving a few bruises
on the head. A little damage was
done to the "break.
.At the regular meeting of Engine
Co. No. 1, held Monday evening,
the nominations for engineers for the
c'nsuing year were the present incum
bents, viz. : John Nott, for chief
engineer; Chas. B. Wilson, first
assistant, and M. D. Monsarrat,
Tin: officers and teachers of the
Bethel Sunday School had a very
pleasant meeting last evening at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. George
West. After some business had
been transacted, refreshments were
served and the remainder of the
evening spent in sociability.
At the regular meeting of the
Geo. W. De Long post held last
evening, Comrade J. A. Cruzan was
presented with a beautiful gold G .
A. R. Ixidge, his initials J". A. C.
being engraved on the back. Mr.
Cruzan received this for his efforts
in the success of the Post's observ
ance of last year's memorial day.
The badge was made in the States
under the supervision of Mr. Samuel
Nott, late Post Commander.
A BOON TO TRAVELLERS.
Mr. James Simmons is the Hono
lulu agent for the Union Pacific
Railwa'. If you are contemplating
a vibit to the Eastern States or
Europe, you should call on him, as
he sells tickets to any point, makes
reservations in sleeping cars through
to Chicago and New York, and se
cures state rooms on Atlantic
steamers. His office is at the
Fashion Stables, and ho will gladly
give all information.
THE TWO ORPHANS.
The above fine play will be pre
sented at Music Hall to-morrow
evening on the occasion of a com
plimentary benefit to Mr. J. P.
Rutledge, manager of the San Fran
cisco Dramatic Company. Scats
re selling fast at Wiseman's and
a largo house will greet the farewell
performance of this excellent com
pany. The Royal Hawaiian Band
will be in attendance. Miss Ing
ham will play Ilcnriette; Miss
Young, Louise ; Mr. Willie Simms,
Picard ; Mr. Rutledge, Chevalier dc
Vandrey; and Mr. Stetson, Pierre
H. I. R. M. DJICHIT.
This vessel arrived yesterday
afternoon, 15 days from Callao,
having come under sail. She car
ries 12 guns besides mitrailleuse mid
torpedoes. She 1ms a complement
of 200 men. The following is a list
of her officers:
Commander Charles do fuller.
Flrht Olllccr Klwsaiioff.
Lleiiteuants lli'hr, Drlgenko and Vo
loilrovky. Paymasters Davldoff and Dldlmoff.
Suh-llcutcnuiits Jtolas, l'aparlgopu
lo.'J'resouboff, Vesfcckujo and lioutakov.
Knghieers Kgoupou, Sllvcrstoff und
Navigating Officer Muehuoff.
DEATH AT SEA.
One of the passengers on board
the Zealand!;! died on the nth from
consumption. Ills nnmo wai James
Xlinmo, Jr. lie was twenty years
of age and u native of Scotland.
Ills parents wore pnssengcr.s with
him, and they were nil returning to
their native country. Soon after
death his body was put on ice, and
when the vessel reached the dock
was placed in care of Mr. C. K.
Williams, the undertaker. The de
ceased was buried from the ship at
1 1 o'clock this morning, one. of the
passengers, a clergyman, reading
the service. The remains were in
terred in the Nuuanu Valley ceme
tery. The Hags on the Zealandia
were hung at half-mast.
ARRIVAL OF THE ZEALANDIA.
The P. M. S. S. Zealandia arrived
in pott shortly before seven o'clock
this morning from the Australian
Colonies, en route for Snn Francisco.
She left Sydnoy three days behind
her schedule lime, owing to a strike
among the wharf laborers at Sydney,
that also causod hor getting hardly
any freight, she having only 70 tons
on board. Her propeller stood about
a foot out of water. Arrangements
were made with W. G. Irwin & Co.
for her to take sugar from here and
she has got 70 tons which
all the Captain wanted,
stated the vessel would
tons, but could not on account of
inability to get war risk. Mr. V.
Irwin told our reporter that he could
get 825,000 Avar risk at 1 percent, if
necessary. The passengers have
been looking round town all day,
and nearly all of them visited the
Kawaiahao church, where the remains
of the late Queen lay. The Zealan
dia left at tlireti o'clock for San
A PRETTY DECORATION.
In the window of J. M. Oat &
Co.'s store there has been on ex
hibition a photograph of a gold and
diamond -badge presented by the
different posts of the Department of
California, to their Commander in
Chief, John S. Kountz, on the occa
sion of his visit to San Francisco
last month. The badge is surmount
ed by the "Eaglo" clasp of the
regulation badge, from which de
pends the buff-colored ribbon, and
the rank badge of the Commander-in-Chief,
which is four stars ; there
are largo diamonds in the centre,
surrounded by smaller ones. Below
is the regulation badge of cold, and
'G. A. R.'
posed of gold and diamonds. The
whole surrounded by a laurel gold
and diamond wreath, inside of which
are grouped the arms of the service,
and the national Hags. At the base
is a drum, crossed swords, and the
motto of the Order, "F. C. L.,"
Fidelity Charity and Loyalty. The
cost of the badge was about SG00.
Soon after the Zealandia arrived
in port this morning the news ran
round town that Edward Haitian,
the great oarsman, was a passenger
by her en route for America. Be
tween nine and ten o'clock the re
porter of the Bumxtix found him at
the residence of Mr. Robt. More,
King street, and obtained the fol
lowing information of his trip, which
will prove interesting to Ins many
admirers on these Islands : 'llanlau
has rowed lour races in tho Colonies,
one each with Laycock and Clifford,
which tic won, anil two with lieach,
in which he suffered defeat. Clifford
is a big, strapping fellow, standing
C ft. 2 in. high, weighing 240 pounds,
and Hanlan says much amusement
was caused to the spectators when
the two were alongside in their boat3,
owing to the difference in size. With
regard to his first race with Beach,
he was not well by any means, having
not got acclimatized, and then a
steamer ran into him, which des
troyed all chance of winning. In
the second race Hanlan acknow
ledges his defeat by seven lengths.
After the start, they kept together
for about three minutes, and then
Biach forged ahead, and llanlau
foiling his boat would not go with
him. He rowed in a boat that ho'
had only received the day before the
race from Boston, Mass., and had
not had time to get accustomed to
it. He regrets very much losing
the championship, but says ho will
go back to the Colonies in about
eighteen months' time and try to
regain his lost honors. Hanlan
lhinksBcach the best man he ever
saw in a boat, being a regular terror,
and having it in his looks, lianiun
likes the Colonies, was treated well,
and intends going there to live per
manently. It is a great country for
boating, and a large amount of
money is spent for that object. lie
thinks he deserves a rest, as ho had
worked very hard for the past twelve
months. During that time he made
in the Colonies about 830,000 in
winnings and giving exhibitions.
He has received as high as $2,500
for giving an exhibition of rowing.
Of course he lost quite a sum in the
races in which ho was defeated. lie
intends getting together a first-class
four-oarcd crow and taking them to
the Colonies, to row in four-oarcd,
double-scull and single-scull races.
He speaks highly of Teenier, of
Pittsburg, as an oarsman, and snys
that Peterson, of California, is u
fast one. The latter wants to row
llanlau. Bcfoic he left Sydney it
benefit was given htm at the Thcaliu
Royal, which was crowded to suffo
cation. He offeicd one of his boats
as a prize for the best conundrum
on the Beach-Hanlan race. Over
GOO were received, and llanlau says
it took two days to read them
through. He could not remember
the winning one. His boats he all
sold before leaving Ilaulan says
he will remain in San Francisco
about a week, and then go direct to
his home in Toronto, lie looks
well, and has enjoyed his trip im
mensely, but would have felt better
were he returning with the cham
ENCODRAGE HOME INDUSTRY.
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 fine as
sortment of choice cigars and to
bacco, and furnishes a delicious
article of soda water. Mr. Hinglej',
also, has re-commenced the manu
facture of his famous brands of
cigars, at his residence on Bcrctania
street, second door from Alapai
street, adjoining the premises of
Mr. Thomas E. Wall. Orders left
at the Crystal Soda Works, No. 00,
Hotel street, or sent by Mutual
Telephone, No. 319, Central Park
Skating Rink, will receive prompt
attention. 1019 lm
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 wo will be pleased
to meet our old patrons and the
public. Cornices and Picture Frames
a specialty. All we ask is a trial.
FUNERAL OF A PRINCE.
The funeral of the Chinese Prince
Lau-Fu, the cousin of the Emperor
Quang Lu, has been conducted with
all the pomp nnd ceremonies due to
the exalted station of the deceased.
The procession which accompanied
the remains of the Prince to his last
resting place was headed by thirty
six slaves clad in garments of green
cloth, and bearing a huge wooden
cage, representing the funeral of the
soul. These were followed by one
hundred slaves dressed in red, and
carrying tablets inscribed with the
titles, honors, and virtues of the
dead. Next came twenty sportsmen
leading the two hundred and fortj
hounds once belonging to Lau-Fu,
tho camels, mules, horses, sedan
chairs, and the private carriage,
drawn by a mule ; sixteen servants
dressed in green silk bore an arm
chair covered with a tiger skin, a
regiment of cavalry and infantiy
followed, then the body servants and
camels, thirty-two priests with temple
music, and finally the coffin, borne
by eighty servants and covered with
a silk pall. The emperor was re
presented by six empty carriages,
behind which walked the grandees.
Prince Lau-Fu' s arms, carriages,
clothes, tents, etc., were all burned
as a winding up of the festivities.
Pall Nail Gazette.
THE RUSSIAN NAVY.
Russia's fleet, while numerically
inferior, being the third in Europe,
is not to be compared to that of
England. Russia has a few good
ironclads, but not over half a dozen
all told. The harbor defenders of
the empire are of recent construc
tion. Old style monitors have been
built up, additional armor put on
and guns of very heavy calibre
mounted upon them. In torpedo
boats Russia has nearly as many as
the European Powers collectively
and they are of a very superior
kind. Of guns, the Russian fleet
possesses some of the best in the
world, made at home. Prior to the
ascension to the throne of the pre
sent Czar all the guns were made
abroad, chiefly at Krupp's establish
ment, but Alexander III. has wisely
encouraged home manufacture in
this branch. is. F. Chronicle.
POETRY OF THE PERIOD.
There was an old granger lived down in
tlio county of White;
To drive thu ciows from his corn he fed
them with dynamite.
In their upwaid lllght,
When the dynamite
All at once suddenly exploded,
Hlowlug 'em to hits
And giving 'cm tits.
Poor things, they didn't know It was
A FURTHER dividend of $00 (II pc.)
per share will ho paid to the stock,
holders of Koloa Sueur Co. at tho office
of II. Hackfcld L Co.
II. W. SCHMIDT, Treasurer If S.Co.
Ilomiluhi, May 11,1885. lOlllUl
DIVIDEND of $12.50 per bhure
will he paid thu shareholder of
tho Grovo Ranch Plantation Co., Wed
nesday. May lilth, at tho Treasurer's
office, Bishop & Co.'s Rank. V
lOtuat JOHN II. PATY, Treasurer.
The " Dally Bulletin "
Is for 8tUo immotlintcly after publica
tion, at tho following places:
Messrs. OAT d CO.'S, Morchnnt St. t
Mr. TIUIUM'S. Merchant St.;
Mossrs. WOLFE . EDWARDS', corner
King and Nuuanu Sis.;
ISAAC MOOflE'S, 134 Nuuanu Sired;
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS, Hotel Street.
House Furnishing Goods,
Tinware, Oil Stoves.
All marked down in order to
clear out this immense stock.
1 ,000 doz. Sampy Dress Buttons,
at 10 cts per dozen.
HAMMOCKS, from SI.75.
Lumps, in a
Etc., Ktc, Etc.
Giitnl M Skatim link
Corner Bcrctania & Punchbowl Streets.
Thuirdny Kvcuing, May 14th,
Hurdle Race on Skates,
one mile for two cash pric..
1'aiticulars lcaincd on application. En.
tries to lie made not later than
evening of 13th inst.
ISf-This splendid Kink is open every
.aftoruoon and evening of tho week,
'music Tuesday and Friday evenings and
E5f Just received, large assortment of
Skates. Patrons will he furnished
either 15 & B Club or Strap Skates, l'o.
lite attention to ail.
D. P. SMITH, Proprietoi.
ALL persons having anv hills against
Her Majesty Queen foipiolnm will
plense present them, on or before tho
Kith inst. Address to
MHS. LYMAN SWAN,
1014 td Post-OlUcc.
rpHK place In liny J. AV. Hingley's
JL Celebrated Cigars. The Crystal
Soda Works will he a depot for these
Hue Cigars, wholesale, and ictall.
MIK UNDERSIGNED HKHEUY
cives nolico that ho will not he
responsible for any debts contracted in
Ids name without his written order.
Y. AN IN.
nonoluli), April 15, 1865. 1)00 lm
FOR MAN and witc, with accommo.
dation to cook for themselves, or
hoard with the
Apply at 187
Best Made Has no Equal.
Give it one trial on Tarnished Metals
and bo Convinced.
It is a vegetable polish and warranted
free from Acids, Poisons or Gritty sub.
stances, and is mipcrior to anything of
thu kind herein foiii offered to tlio public
for cleaning and polishing Motal Signs,
Railings, Show Cases, Harness Mount.
ing, lluud Instruments, Brass or Metal
Lamps, Faucets, Stair Rods, Locomotive
Headlight?, Ghii Barrels, Brass, Copper,
Silverwaie, Nlckel.Tlnwarc, Zinc, Steel,
AND ALL METALS.
It is especially adapted to Marine,
Railroad, Stationary and Flro Engine
Works (hot or cold), and being freo
from acids or grit, will not injure
journals, hearings, tlio black lettering
on meial signs, harness leather, or scratch
thu llncsl polished surface.
The cleanest and bust Polish for
! lilies to usu for Household and Kitch
en ute. It is put up neatly and conveni.
ently to suit all, in 4, 8 and 10 o. , and
llvo pound Iio.nch, and every box guariui.
ir!c!OH, :inti. 5U. ?r,4, ,tHi.
Aside from its unequalled polishing
qualities, its strongest claim on tho pub
lic favor rests in its absolute purity ond
cleanliness, being a clean, creamy paste,
easily und conveniently applied. For
McLEAN'S CIGAR STORE,
78 Hotel St., Abtor House.
SVL. J. OARTY, Solo Agent for Hnw-
uiinii Islands. 101U
Ihai AIM bazarI
"I? II. WOOinVOHTIl, of Honolulu,
111 audi). T. Jlalliy, of MntiiJiMo
this day formed a copartnership under
tlm linn name of the CrvMnl Soda
Works Co. IJ. H. WOObWOUTH,
101(1 aw I). T. IIA1I.KY.
BY virtue or a Writ of execution
issued out of tho Supreme Court,
on tho 27th day ot April, A. U. 1885,
atjalnsl .lauo S. Heed. Administratrix of
tho Kunto of W. II. Heed, deceased, de
fendant, In favor of M. S. Grinlmum fc
Co., plnintifl', for tjia Mini of $G5'J.1M, 1
have levied upon and ehall cxiioso for
Mile at the Old Custom ltouft- wharf, hi
Honolulu, Island of Onhu, nt 12 o'clock
of FRIDAY, tho 20th day of May, A.D.
1835, to tho highest bidder, all the right,
title and interest of the said .lime 8.
Heed, A Inilnlstr.itrl.v aforesaid, defen
dant, hi and to tho following property,
unless said judgment, interest, costs ami
my expenses ho previously paid.
'List of properly for sale: Slciiuci
" W. II. Heed' with all her tackle, np.
parol and furniture.
JNO. 11. HOPEK, Marshal.
Honolulu, April 28th, 1885. 1011 til
Pioneor St'm Candy Factory & Bakery,
Manufactures all nnd every article In
Confectionery and Pastry aud Uread
Rakcry from the best and purest mate,
rials, guaranteed free from all
Has always on hand all sixes of his Rich
ami Unsurpassed Quality of
Enjoying a. ricli reputation of many
years, und nro ornamented in any
style desired, and are sold at the
Lowest Possible Prices
Unequalled facilities and steam enables
me to sell alt articles manufactured at
my Establishment Cheaper than any
other in this Line of Business. Vanilla,
Chocolate, Cocoanut, hand made aud
Mould Creams of all flavors at 50 cents
RICH PUFF CREAM CAKES,
at 5 edits each. Mince aud Kruit
Pics always cm hand.
Pure and Wholesome Bread !
Vienna Rolls, Family & Graham Uread
delivered to any part of the city. The
largest aud most various Siock of Con
fectionery can he found at
X . II O Ifc IS" ' s
Steam Candy Factory and Bakory.
No. 71 Hotel St., between Nuunuu aud
P. O. llox No. 75. Telephone No. 74.
Notice to le Pule.
We take pleasure in announcing to the
public that, in addition to our
Pastry and Confectionery Business,
We will open our
Ice Cream Parlors !
Which have been fitted up elegantly ac
cording to our trade, on
HATUIIDAY, A.IIti3 Btll.
Our Cream will bo only of superior
quullty, made of genuine cream. As
we have made arrangements with the
Woodlawn Dairy to supply us only with
a tlrst-class article from samples we
have had of the same, we are able to
guarantee satisfaction. The following
assortments of Ice Creams and Sherbets
we will keep at our opening, and many
more kinds if trado will justify It:
VANILLA, LEMON, CHOCOLATE, COFFEE,
STRAWBERRY. PINEAPPLE and
ORANGE AND STRAWBERRY.
Parties supplied any day except Sim
days. Those wishing Icp Cream for
Sunday must leave their orders on Sa
turday before fl p. in., which will ho
delivered before 10 a. in. Sunday. Thu
crcaniB will he packed so that they will
keep eight hours in a llrst-chiBS condi.
Hon. Hoping to gel a share of public
patronage, and thanking tho puhllo for
their liberal past favors, we remain, res.
MELL12II & ICAL1JK,
100a ly Klug, near Alftkea St.