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MONDAY, X'AY 18, 1885.
OCEANS S. S. CO.
l'Oll SkN fllANCIfCO.
Marlpoaa i.raviw lUnoliiln, May lfl
Alameda l.cnvc Honolulu. June 1
PAOFIC MAILS. S. GO.
KOlt AUCKI.VNU AM) H1HM.Y:
Slinr Australia May 10
ron ban ritANctsco
Slmr City or Sydney Junu 7
" ' ARRIVALS.
SyAmtrallairoin a V
Stmr Ivlnatt from Wludwaid Torts
Stmr Planter fiom Kmint
Stmr .la Makco from Kapaa
Stmr Lehua from Windward Ports
Stmr Wnimaiinlo from Walnianalo
Solir Mann from Ilonomu
Sclir Nettle Mm rill fro'in Laliaina
Sclir M'ulolo from Laupahochoc
Selir I.nta from Koholalele
Sclir Knwallanl from Koolau
Sclir Manuokawal from Koolau
Seer Walmalii from Mallko
S S Australia for Sydnov
Stmr I.lkcllkc for ICaliulul
Sclir Kaulkcaoilli for Kolnila
Sclir Halcakala for Pupeckeo
Selir 1'oholkl for Kohala
Stmr Klnau for Windward Ports
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Stmr Lcluui for Windward Torts
Sclir Nettle Merrill for Lalialua
Sclir Luka for Koholalele
SelirElmkai for Wnialua
Sehr Manuokawal for Koolau
Sclir Kamol for Laupahoelioe
Sehr Mnna for Hilo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk T K Foster, Tiling
Bk Forest Queen, Sellson
Bk Mcndota, Nah
Tern Bculali, Wilson
Bktnc Eureka, Lee
II I Jl M S S Djlglilt
Bk Ceylon, Barstow
From Wahiawa, Waimea Koloa, Li
liuc and "Nawillwili, per Dantcr, May
17 Hon W II Kicc, wife and 2 sons,
Col Z Y Spalding, Mrs Synimon, A
Cropp, :i Cliluamcn and 2S deck.
From AVindward Ports, per Klnau,
May 17 Hon AF Judd, wife, 2 child
ren and servants, Col C II Judd and
servant, His Ex Paul Neumann, Hon F
S Lvnian, Hon .T Xawahl, E Preston,
II K Glade, W Kinney, AV L Kaholoka
hlkl, J Benton, .Ir, J Hookano, J Saf
frey, .T Stubbleheen, .1 M Horner, G
Martin, Awana, Mr.s C It Kichardson,
airs B Wilkinson, Miss Mary Silva, Mrs
A B Rowc, Mrs II Kuihelani, Mls
Clara Low, II A Hccn, C Atie, Aseu
and 127 deck.
From Kapaa, per .Tas Makee, May 17
Capt Boss and 10 deck.
The Kinan brought 2300 bags of
sugar, 1 horse, 37 Tildes and 81 pkgs
Sclir Hawaiian! brought 380 bags of
Sclir Mauuokawai brought 32G bags
Sclir AVaimalu brought 093 bags of
The Manuokawai will be hove down
to-day to have her bottom cleaned.
The brig Neptune which left hero
last week for Humboldt Bay was seen
off Waimea on Saturday last.
The Ceylon is docked at the P M S S
Sclir Poholki will be hove down to
day to be cleaned.
The S S Australia arrived at 10
o'clock last night and sailed again at 3
o'clock this morning for Sydney.
Stinr Lehun brought 2101 bags of
Sclir Mana brought 1020 bags of
sugar from Ilonomu.
Stmr Planter brought 3207 bags of
sugar, 0 bags of potatoes, 15 hides, 24
head of cattle, 10 calves and 4 horses.
She sails to-morrow at 5 r m.
Sclir Malolo brought 2299 bags of
sugar. Her main toy-mast was broken
oft and carried away.
Stmr .la's Makce brought 2943 bags of
sugar. She Rails on Wednesday next at
fi v M.
Capts Mclntyrc, Fuller and Mr Sor
renson held an underwriters survey of
the baikMendota this morning to ap
praise the damages she sustained dur
ing her voyage from New York to this
About one hour after the steamer .Tas
Makee left Kapaa on her last trip, a
part of her machinery broke causing
the engines to bo "stopped and her steam
motive power suspended. She camo
the rest of the way under sail making
the distance hi 25 hojirs.
A STORMY PASSACE.
The barkentino Ella, forty-two
days from Honolulu, Capt. Howe,
Master, which arrived at this port
last night, reports heavy gales on
passage. On April 11) th tho Second
Olllcer and one of the seamen were
washed overboard from the jibboom.
Tho latter baved himself by catching
hold of the bowsprit shroud. Tho
Second Mate passed along tho
weather side, where tho First Olllcer
was, and was thrown a rope, which
lie missed, but tho Captain throw
another over his head, which ho
caught, and tho Captain having the
vessel luffed to tho wind, lie was
hauled up by a bowline thrown over
ids shoulder and under his arms.
At 11 A. M. one of the seamen was
washed overboard by a heavy sea
shipped over the weather rails amid
ship, sweeping everything bcforolt.
Tho next sea brought him near the
yessel, when the First Olllcer got
hold of him and hauled him on
board. S. F. Bulletin May 9th.
LOCAL & QEHERAL HEWS.
Tin; Casino tvai clocd nil yester
Court arrived from Ililoyes
by 'be Klnau.
A MnrMNO of llnrniony f.odge will
lie held this evening at 7 :!I0 o'clock.
A LAimu and commodious house
on Punchbowl street is advertised to
Tin: Y. M. C.
classes meet this
and 7:!10 o'clock.
evening at 0:30
Fikst concert by the Montague
Turner Concert Company this even
ing at Music Hall.
l'iti:sr.uvu your magazines, music
and old books by having them neatly
bound bv A. II. Kasemann, Oazcltc
Tin: value of exports from .San
Francisco to these islands during the
month of April amounted to S 1 7-1 x
f)7. Commodore Cornelius K. Garri
son died at his late residence, Park
avenue on May 1st, of paralysis of
the heart, at the age of seventy-six.
Major-Geneiial McDowell, of the
retired list of the United States
Army, died at his residence, 1C0G
Van New' Avenue, New York, on
The Hon. W. C. Parke, who, had
charge of the funeral preparations is
to be congratulated on the success
ful manner in which they were car-
Ox the 21th of May, at Kapiolani
Park, trotting races will come off,
best throe in five, between Thomas
II. and Sid Sperry, in mile heats
for $100 a side.
Maxwell, the murderer of Charles
Arthur Preller in St. Louis, last
April', was arrested in Auckland, on
the 5th inst., on the arrival of the
from San Francisco, at that
Fred Wundcuberg's new
for the Molokai route has
named the .Tames I. Dowsett.
She was to have left'San Francisco
on the 12th, and may be looked for
at the end of this week.
The Montague-Turner concert
will commence at eight o'clock this
evening. The programme will be
found irt another column. The prices
of admission is $1 50, balcony SI,
gallerj' 50 cents.
Hon. Samuel Pakkek, the Ha
waiian Commissioner to the New
Orleans Exposition, says that the
Louisiana planters were surprised at
the superior quality of the Hawaiian
sugar exhibited. S. JP. Merchant.
To Race Honsn Men. The Union
Feed Co. have a few of those cele
brated Liverpool salt sacks, for rub
bers, for sale, 50 cents each. 22 Ct
A dancing club has been formed
with H. Gunn as President and N.
Willfong, Treasurer. Tho member
ship is limited to twenty-live gentle
men. The club meets every Satur
day evening at the Gymnasium.
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The P. M. S.- S. Australia arrived
last evening from San Francisco
about 11 o'clock and left again this
morning at 3 o'clock for the Colo
nics. She brings news of arise.in
the price of sugar, which is very
The Union Feed have on hand in
addition to their largo and well
selected stock of Hay and Grain,
fine Rice Straw for bedding, put up
in convenient size bale, and which
they offer at reasonable prices.
Mns. II. F. Hebbard lias present
ed the Honolulu Rifles witli a beauti
ful flag. It is of red silk, with a
gold fringe, and in tho centre the
monogram H. R. It was used for
the lirst time yesterday, at the
"With his usual forethought Mr.
James Dodd had his water' cart out
yesterday and the whole route of tho
procession was well watered, making
it very pleasant to march. Mr.
Dodd may rest assured that ho has
tho thanks of the whole community.
Ir' you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street. 980. tf.
The Klnau on her last trip to
windward made tho fastest time on
record to Maalea Bay. After leav
ing Honolulu she went to Laliaina
and was there haif-an-hour unload
ing and loading freight, then on to
Maalaca, hor actual running time for
tho 90 miles being 0 hours 20 min
utes. Tho W. G. Hall arrived at
Maalaca about twenty minutes after
Just arrived per Mariposa, for the
Union Feed Co., 1,200 bags fine and
coarse bran, 500 bags barley, 200
bags rolled barley, 125 bags boiled
linssed meal (new process), 50 bags
oil cake meal, 50 bags middlings.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
A new FEATunu.On and after
tliis date-we will keep on hand cut
hay, put up in grain sacks, for tho
convnclencc of our customers.
1023 Ct Union Feed Co.
THE HAWAIIAN PAST.
Kuiiim RtrLi.ETis: The high
chiefs arc passing tvwny one by one,
and the living repositories of nnciont
Hawaiian tradition and lore are
yearly less numerous, but 1 have not
heard yet of any attempt having
been made to take down from tho
lips of those that yet remain their
stories of tho past and its associa
tions, customs, and proceedings. It
is Into the Board of Genealogy have
done a little in this way by prepar
ing a list of books of ancient mclcs
worth preserving, but it seems to me
a more organized and thorough ef
fort should be made to rescue the
past life of thet Hawaiian race from
falling into oblivion. There are
some who, no doubt, will sa that it
is better not to revive the memory
of the old heathen times, but I think
their judgment is at fault in thus
trying to keep from the world such
an interesting record of the early
history of a primitive people. If it
could be done completely and well,
what a mine of wealth it would prove
to the ethnographer and antiquary,
and I have no doubt, too, it would
interest the general reading public
through the world to get the folk
lore of the Hawaiian race in a read
able form. Enquirer.
AN INSANE PASSENCER.
One of the cabin passengers on
board the Australia showed Bigus of
insanity on the voyage down. He
was always going into the engine
room, and the captain was afraid he
would get hurt, so has left hhn at
this port for treatment. His name
is Dougherty, and his little boy,
about ten years of age, is with him.
Dr. Webb examined him this morn
ing, and he has been taken to the
for his health.
He was travelling
In the Supreme Court this morn
ing before the Chief Justice the will
of the late Thomas Cummins was
admitted to probate and letters testa
mentary ordered to issue to A. J.
Cartwright without bond, being ex
empted by the will. The will and
codicil to the will of the late Au
gust Unna were also admitted to
probate and letters testamentary
ordered to be issued to Robert
McKibbin, Cecil Brown and Mrs.
Marie Unna, the widow, under a
bond of 10,000.
A DASTARDLY 0UTRACE.
Last evening, some villain or
villains poisoned three very valuable
cows belonging to Mr. Henry Water
house. Two arc dead, but the other
one under Dr. Brodie's treatment,
will recover. One of the cows lost
was a red and white Ayrshire which
took the prize at the Agricultural
Society's shew in 1883. The other
one was a fine Durham cow. In
making an examination the Doctor
says they have been poisoned by
strychnine. It is to be hoped the
guilty parties will be traced and
As is usual on special occasions
Mr. James Williams the photograph
er was on hand yesterday and took
some splendid instantaneous photo
graphs of the procession and the in
terior of the church. From the
corner of King street he took eight
different views, one showing the
band at the head, another the mili
tary, another the choir in surplices,
and others witli the kahilis and
catafalque. Mr. Williams has also
got a set of the interior
of the church, showing tho
collin and its surroundings, also the
kahilis which stood along the aisle.
Altogether lie has obtained twenty
different views, which form a set
that is almost invaluable, and just
tiie things to send abroad to friends,
as they are taken so clear.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND.
The Royal Hawaiian Band is
"without any exception tho foremost
musical organization in these islands..
This fact is acknowledged by every
one after once hearing it. Tho
present cfllcicut standing of tho
band is due to the persistent and
well-directed efforts pfJMr. Henry
Bergcr, who lias been bandmaster
since 1872. It is no easy task ho
lias had to bring its members to
such a state of perfection. The
music they play is of a high
standard, and rendered at times al
most faultlessly. It would be an
item of great interest could it be
known how many people have lis
ened to the different concerts
since M,r. Berger lias had it in
charge -At the present time, the
band numbers twenty-nine perform
ers. In addition to tills there is
a band composed of the boys
at tho Reformatory School, also
under Mr. Bcrgcr's instruction. In
case ho is so unfortunate as to lose
any of tho members of the Royal
Band, ho Is able to draw from tho
school baud, as its members are
certainly very proficient, as evinced
by their playing on several public
occasions quite recently. , The fol
lowing are the instruments used by
the Royal Band, witli the names of
the players of thcin : Piccolo, Kah
lua ; flute,Mckia ; 1st E fiat clarinet,
Komekc; 2nd K clarinet, Nakipi;
1st B clarinets, Naonc and Moc;
2nd B clarinets, Mclia and Pohina ;
3rd B clarinets, Alani and Kcona ;
1st B Hat cornets, Williaina and
Kamakaia; 2nd B comets, Kaili
andKanicla; 3rd B comet, Kauai,
4th B cornet, Kaikana ; 1st alto,
Kapua; 2nd alto, Pio; 3rd alto,
Kahoa; 4th alto, Mahuka; bari
tone, Kamanao; euphonium, Aca;
1st trombone, Kimo ; 2nd trombone,
Kamapua; 1st bass, Pawaa; 2nd
bass, Keawc; contra-bass, Iocla;
small drum, Kuainoo; big drum,
QUEEN EMMA'S WILL.
The will of the late Dowager
Queen Emma was filed in the Sup
reme Court this morning. The
Chief Justice appointed June 10th
as the day for movinir the same.
The following arc the devisees who
have received bequests: Kckii,
Mamaina and Kuhina, $100 eacli ;
Jennie Stillman, Katie Montgomery
and Sarah Weed, S300 each. All
her books and pamphlets to the
Honolulu Library. To Elizabeth K.
Pratt, her heirs and assigns, two
tracks of land situate at Makiki, for
ever. To Mary Lewai, the Hi aina
of Kalaepohaku, Waikiki. To Lucy
Kalanikiekic Davis a certain house
lot on the mauka side of Bcretania
near Emma street. To Grace Ka
lioalii, 1st, the Ahupuaa of Papaa
koko, Koolauloa, 2nd, house lot
on Maunakca street. 3rd, land
known as Kahaiki, Kailua, Koolau
poko. To Stella Kcomailani, 1st,
that tract of land in Nuuanu Valley
known as Kaalaaluna. 2nd, a house
lot known as Puhaewale on Queen
street. 3rd, a kalo patch at Lalia
ina. To Lucy Peabody an annuity
of $900 per annum. To Hikoni,
SG00 per annum. Grace Kahoalii,
8300 per annum. Mary Lewai, $300
per annum. To St. Andrew's Priory,
SG00 per annum, for the maintenance
of four yearly scholarships to be
called Queen Emma scholarships.
To Alexander J. Cartwright in trust
for payment of said annuities and
scholarships, 1st, the Ahupuaa of
Lawai, at Puna, Kauai. 2nd, house
and premises in Nuuanu Valley
known as Hanaikamalama. " 3rd,
premises on Richard and Alakea
streets known as Hucliuc. 4th. re
sidence and premises at Waikiki
knwon as Kalua o Kau. 5th, the
land of Mahunui and Aa at Kanc-
oiic. Cth, premises on Maunakca
near King street. 7th, one undivided
half of the Ahupuaa of Halawa,
Ewa. Upon the death of annui
tants and sufllcent remaining
for the support of the scholar
ships, proceeds of land that
may be sold to be divided one half
to tho Queen's Hospital the remain
ing half to A. J. Cartwright in trust
of Albert K. Kunuiakaa, upon bis
death to his lawful issue. To tho
Queen's Hospital, 1st, premises on
Fort and Union street. 2nd, pre
mises corner of Beretania and Nuu
anu streets. 3rd, two pieces of land
at the head of Queen street. 4th,
land at Puunui. 5th, land at Puu
nui. Gth, land at Puunui. 7th,
land at Niolopa, Nuuanu Valley.
8lh, Rooko's valley. 9th, lands of
Pohaku and Noulai, Maui. To A.
J. Cartwright in trust for A. K.
Kunuiakca, 1st, Ahupuaa of Kawai
hae, Kohala, Hawaii. 2nd, Ahu
puaa of Kealahewa, Puna, HaAvaii.
4 tli, Ahupuaa of Kamoamoa, Puna.
5th, land of Halakaa, Laliaina. Mr.
A. J. Cartwright is named in the
will aa executor.
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY.
Mil. J. W. Hiugley, former pro
prietor of the Pioueer Cigar Factory,
No. 59 Fort street, and more re
cently at No. 84, King street, is now
established at tho 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. Hingley,
also, has rc-commcnced the manu
facture of his famous brands of
cigars, at hia residence on Beretania
street, second door from Alapai
Btreet, adjoining tho premises of
Mr. Thomas E. Wall. Orders left
MONDAY, MAY 18,
at tho Crystal Soda Works, No. GO, ;
Ilotol street, or sent by Mutual
Telephone, No. 310, Central Park '
Skating Rink, will receive prompt i
attention. 101" lm
King llros., Importers and Deal
ers in Pictures, Artists' Materials,
Cornice, Picture Mouldings, etc.,
etc., have moved to their new and
commodious store, Hotel street,
corner Union, where we will be
pleased to meet our old patrons and
the public. Cornices and Picture
Frames a specially. All we ask is a
trial. 1021 2w
Dr. Holmes, in TheNew Portfolio,
suggests that a doctor's patients
must put their tongues out, and a
doctor's wife must keep her tongue
To build up the strength of mind,
which apprehends and clings to great
uuiversal truths, is the highest intel
There is no moral worth in being
swept away by a crowd, even to
wards the best objects.
All virtue lies in individual action,
in inward energy, in self-determination.
It is necessary to be good, rather
than appear so. Demosthenes.
Business depression is said to pre
vail in France and Belgium.
Disinterestedness is the very soul
Persons requiring extra copies of
any issue of the Daily Bulletin,
should send their orders to the ofllce
not later than one o'clock of the
date required. Those desirous of
securing a flic before the sailing of a
mail steamer, can have such pre
served for them and done up in a
strong wrapper ready for address
ing, by leaving their names at the
ofllce at the earliest date wanted.
This intimation wo find it necessary
to give, from the frequency witli
which orders arc received for papers
after the issues arc exhausted. A
file of daily papers sent to friends
abroad will give them a better idea
of life in this group than many
reams of paper consumed in letter
WHICH OOICH INTO
Most of the Houses
EASY RATES I
A Booth Terrlor. nearly
white, auswerj to the name
of FANNIE. A toward tor
Its recovery will be given
MESSRS. II. MACFABLANE & CO.
Ij'UH JljUl UIIU HIIC, null Bituiuuiu. u.Jk, BUUru yin uu J1U1U Ul U1U OJ11CO 0J .. -Jj
J? datlon to cook for themselves, or C, Brewer & Company upon tho HtrnJN-'MlM
board with tho family. Apply at 187 of tho Hawaiian Agricultural Coiupaiiy. IS&H
Nuuanu Street. 079 tf Honolulu, May 10, 1865. 23 3l fHW
.1IIHH AXNIN MOVT.VUli:,
Pianoforte Duet Matclie HoTolquci.
.Miss O. Castlo & Jlr.tl. L. Babrock.
Song The Last Watch Plnsuti
Jlr. Charles Turner.
Tart Bong Arrow A the Song..W. Hay
Ballad Sing Sweet Mrd Ganz
Mies Annis Montague.
Allegro fiom Sonnta In F., Piano aud
Violin t Beethoven
Mr. JAV. Yarndlcy & G.L. Bahcock.
Part Song May Mendelsohn
Grnml Aria Ombua Legglera Uluorali,
Mi99 Auuls Montague.
Christmas Song Noel Adorn
Mr. Charles Turner.
Violin Solo Morceux do Salon
Mr. J. W. Yarndlcy.
IntortnlHHlon Ten atlnutcM.
Concluding with a selection (in cos
tume) from Donizetti's Romantic Opera
Lucia di Xammormoor.
Scene 1 Lucia and Alice Legend of
the Haunted Fountain.
Scene 2 Edgar and Lucia. Grand
Duo and Finale.
Lucia Miss Annis Montague
Alice Miss licrtha Von Holt
lSdgar of Havcnswood. . . .Mr. O. Turner
ESTBox 1'lan now open at J. E. Wise
man's for season or separate tickets.
Madeira Lace !
We beg to announce to our Lady cus
tomers, that we kavu received by the
Per Wells, Fargo & Co's Express, tho
Madeira Hand - Sewed
Which we recently ordered at their
request. A small but very choice lot.
5- Call Early -J
M.A.Gonsalves & Co.
20 CT Hotel Street. 3W
Central Park SMi fliik
Coraor Beretania & Punchbowl Straett.
This Splendid Rink,
Having the best of floors, Is open every
AFTERNOON and EVENING
EST of the week. -&i
Tuesday and Friday evenings, and AVed
nesday afternoon. Assiduous attention
paid to the comfort and pleasure of all
Admission 25 cents, no otlter charge.
E3? Just received, largo assortment of
Skates. Patrons will bo furnished
either 1J & B Club or Strap SkateB.
1010 3in D. P. SMITH, Proprietor.
rpHE place to buy J. W. Hingley's
JL Celebrated Cigars. The Crystal
Soda Works will be a depot for these
line Cigars, wholesale and retail.
House" Furnishing Goods,
Tiuware, Oil Stoves.
All marked down in order to I
clear out this immense stock.
1 .(!()() ilnz. Piiiito T)rna Jliiftmia' I
,-. , .-Vj ...vu. MMW.,V..4
at iu cts per uozen.
HAMMOCKS, from $1.75.
Library Lamps, in all
from ST). 50.
Etc, 'Etc., Etc.
a mvujuru ot uno uonar p
J.JL. BUUru y uU J)U1U Ul IIIU OIUCO Q
C, Brewer & Comuauv unon tho HtoJ
of tho Hawaiian Agricultural Coiupaiiy.
ijuiiuuuu, juuy ju, jocu.