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MONDAY, MAY 2fi, 1885.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Hill (UN KttANC!M.O.
AltllUulll LcilXell llniiiiltilu. June 1
'Martprwi Leivos Honolulu, June 10
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
run DAN rtlANCISUI.
Stmr City of Bwlney June 7
VOll AUCKLAND AND SYDNEY:
Slmr Zcnlandla '. Juno 13
Schr Llhollho from Xnuillwill
Slrar Planter from Kauai.
Bktne Mary Wlnklenian fron S F
Ulc Mcntlotn for S F
Stmr Llkellko for Kahului
Stmr bvalanl for llamnkua
Schr Mnnuokawai for Koolau
Sclir Lenhl for Koholnlclc
Sclir Ralubow for Koolau
Sclir Waloliu for IColoa
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bgtne W G Irwin for S F
Stmr Kluau for Windward Ports
Stmr'Planter for Kauai
Schr Ehukal for Walalua
Bk T R Foster for Victoria, B O.
Schr Nettle Merrill for Lahaino
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Alameda, Morse
Bk T It Foster, Bugg
' Tern Bculah, AVilson
Bktuc Eureka,. Lee
Bk Ceylon, Barstow1
Bk Automne, Lnlno
Bktne Mary Winkleuaan
Bgtne W GJrwiu, Turner
From Kauai, per -slmr Planter, May
24-.T A Wtdemann, Y. W Purvis, 0 O
Berger.-J, K Smith, A Drier, W' E H
Deverelli'Mrs SlmpsonKA S Gramberg,
J Aasens,-.38 deck.
Stmr Planter brought 4578 bags of
sugar, 51 bags of rice, 44 hides, 50 sheep,
2G head of cattle and 10 calves.
.The schooner Manuokawai will take a
load. of luhibcr this tnp for .Kaalnca,
Koolau, to build a bridge in place of the
one that was washed away recently.
The Eureka received sugar from the
steamer Planter and the schooner Nettie
Merrill tills morning. n
The bark Mcndota' cleared to-day for
S.in Francisco, with 111,107 bag of
sugar, 4,007 from Irwin fc Co, 0,177
from Davlcs & Co, and :1,013 from
Brewer & Co. Value 877,10.".3S.
,Tho W G Iuvln sails for San Fran
ISThc French bark Automne brought
432 tons of coal.
At 02? Taylor street, Han Francisco,
May 13th, Walter Leshcr, late of St. Au.
gustine1 College, also of Lytton Spring
College, aged 10 years, 4 months and 1
day. Deceased was brothel 6f Mrs.
Clarence Macfurlaue, Honolulu.
- LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
To-day is Whit Monday.
The O. S. S. Alameda will sail on
Monday next at noon for San Fran
. (A sit.ciai, meeting of Harmony
Lo'dge will' be held this evening at"
TheY. M. C. A. book-keeping
classes meet this evening at G.30
and 7.30 o'clock.
The fair in aid of tbe funds of
the Kaumakapili church will take
place on Friday, May 29lb.
The Royal Hawaiian Band gives' a
concert at Emma Square this even
ing in honor ,of Queen Victoria's
Major Wodehouse, II. B. M.
Commissioner, wishes to announce
that lie is not going to bold ft- recep
tion, to-morrow. r
On Saturday, Lyons & Levey sold
the property of the bankrupt estate
of J. II. Bruns, Jr. The sale realized
a little over 8800.
The rite of confirmation will be
administered in St. Andrew's Cathe
dral next Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock, by the Bishop.
Ox. Wednesday at 10 o'clock, at
Hhe'residenco of Mrs. McLean, No.
121 King street, Lyons & Levey will
sell the entire household furniture.
Theke was a very heavy rainstorm
the other side of tlio Fali yesterday.
The Knneohc stream was much swol
len and the bridge was washed away.
Since Saturday afternoon there
has been a great deal of heedless and
careless driving and riding, in our
midst. Several carriages have been
smashed, and riders thrown.
A two bundred yards' foot race
for $500 a side between J. Siuims
and Jas. Cameron will take place
' this afternoon at Kapiolani Park.
The latter is backed by J. Welsh.
Thursday, June 11th, being tbo
commemoration day of Kamehameha
I.',' will be observed as n publio holi
day, and all Government ofilces
throughout the kingdom will be
Iv'tlic Supremo Court, Saluntoynt
chnnibcrs, before Justlco McCnlly,
in tlio matter of bankrupt estate of
J. L. Rosenberg, claims wore proved
amounting to 811,308.10. The Hon.
W. C. T'nrko wnB elected assignee.
llr.Avi showers of rain fell in
Xuuanu Valley Inte yesterday after
noon. Shortly after sevon o'clock
the Nuunnu stream began to lisc,
and at bulf-past eight o'clock it was
very imicb swollen, the water rush
ing down with tcirific force.
To-Momtow tbo grand ball in honor
of Her Majesty Queen Victoria's
birthday, will take place at the Ha
waiian Hotel. It lias been fixed to
commence nt 8:30 o'clock, nnd as
that is rather a lato hour, it is hoped
those who intend going will bo there
promptly on time.
The third Montague-Turner Con
cert will bo given tbis evening at
Music Hall. Another fine programme
has been arranged, concluding with
tbe 'second act of Balfe's Bohemian
Girl, introducing tbo songs, "I
dreamt I dwelt in Marble Halls,"
and "Then you'll remember me."
A LAitar. number of people attend
edHhe festival nnd fair on Saturday
afternoon at tbe Kawaiahao female
seminary, in aid of the funds of the
school. The Royal Hawaiian Band
enlivened tbe proceedings with a
choice selection of music. The pro
ceeds of the sale were n little over
The digging of a well on the
grounds of the Board of Health at
Waialuawas completed on Friday.
A splendid flow of water was obtain
ed at a depth of only seventeen arid
a(half feet. Dr. Parker, the Govern
ment physician at that place, tested
the water chemically and pronounces
Tnis noon Lyons & Levey sold the
well' known racing stallion Genera
Hancock, to Capt. Clunie for $525.
The bidding started at 8200 and was
kept up with mucb spirit between
Hon. Sam Parker and Capt. Clunie,
until tbo ,former dropped out at
$510. A largcnumber of horsemen
and others were present.
At tbe annual meeting of the Ha
waiian Mission Children's Society,
held Saturday evening at tbe resi
dence of Rev. A. O. Forbes, the
following officers were elected
the ensuing year : President, F.
Damon ; Vice-President, W.
Hall; Recording secretary, W,
Forbes ; Corresponding secretary,
Miss M. A. Chamberlain; Homo
Correspondent, Miss Helen Hilde
brand; Treasurer, E. O. White;
Board of Managers, Mrs. B. F.
Dillingham,, andS. E. Bisbop. Tbe
meeting was adjourned until Friday
Frozen Oysters nt thei Astor
House. 30 3t
The best place in town to get a
square meal is at tbe Astor House.
Wall pockets, paper racksn letter
racks, hat and clothes racks, orna
mental and cheap, at King Bros.'
Art Store. ' 28 3t ,
Ir you want a nice" shoe, bootj
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street. 980. t'f.
The Union Feed have on hand in
addition to their large and well
selcctod stock of Hay and Grain,
fine Rice Straw for bedding, put up
in convenient size bale, and ' which
thoy offer at reasonable prices.
, . 1024 lm.
The baseball season in Honolulu
wasi opened on Saturday afternoon
with a game between the Married
Men and Honolulus, nt the Makiki
grounds. In the first innings the
Honolulus made fourteen runs, which
gave them a commanding lead. The
Married nine have not had much
practice as yet ; however, they did
well, Spencer playing particularly
good. J. I. Dow3ett, Guy Wode
house and Geo. Markham did some
good batting, The Honolulus made
twenty base hits, and tbo Married
team seven. Errors, Honolulu 8,
Married 18. The score at the close
of the game was Honolulus 27, Mar
ried Men 5. The next game will be
played on Saturday betwoon the
Honolulus and Pacifies,
seizure of opium
Another seizure of opium .was
made Saturday afternoon, tbis time
by the Custom House authorities.
There came by tbo Alameda thirty
two packages marked A. K., which
had a suspicious look about them.
They had been cleared and were
being carted away. Port-surveyor
Markham secured the services pf a
body of police, who followed the
goods to Maunakcn street, to the
store of Ah Koy. They opened three
kegs invoiced as butter and were re
warded by finding 300 half-pound
tins of opium. Ah Koy, the 'pro
prietor, was arrested and taken to
the Station House. The thirty-two
packages were confiscated.
Till'. I1KTHUI, UNtON
The pews of tbo Hotlicl Union
Church wcro well filled at tlio morn
ing service with an attentive nudU
encc. Tlio now pastor of Koltnlti
church, on Hawaii, Rev. Harvey S.
Jordan, preached from the 3rd and
4th verses or tbe eighth chapter of
the Epistle to the Romans, showing,
in a series of practical illustrations,
the incfJlcienoy of law as n reforma
tory power, and tbo potoucy of the
new affection in man, under a con
sciousness of God's favor through
tbo imputed righteousness of Jesus
Christ, by which bo keeps tbo. law
from n sluccro desiro to harmonize
his lifo and conduct witb all its re
quirements. In tbo evening the Rev. E. C.
Oggel preached a sermon commemo
rative of the heroes who gave their
lives for their country in the Ameri
can civil war.
kort street cHuncu.
In this church, in the morning,
the Rev. Mr. Cruzan repeated, by
request, a young people's sermon
preached about a year ago. Upon
the text, "There were giants in
those days," he warned the chil
dren against the giants, "111 temper,
Selfishness and' Untruthfulness,"
giving some pointed thrusts to the
old folks in passing. The main dis
course was upon 1 Peter ii., 7:
"The stone which tbe builders dis
allowed is become the bead of the
corner." Ho showed how1 Christ
was tbo bond of unity for God's
people in this age, and the only
source of knowledge concerning man
in his higher relations.
In the evening, at Fort street
Church, Pastor Cruzan preached
from the text "Righteousness cx
altetb a nation, but sin is a reproach
to any people." The preacher pro
ceeded to draw a fine word-painting
of tbe illustrious President Lincoln
and of the great struggle of 18G1-5.
Then followed a discussion of tbo
great questions of tbe day in tho
United States : the consolidation of
the commonwealth with all its di
verse sections and conflicting inter
ests; the' regulating of tho ballot
and preventing its being an abused
power; .the assimilation of the many
nationalities pouring upon her
shores, into one body of intelligent1
and good, citizenship ; tbe contest be
tween Labor and Capital ; the stabi
lity of the family relationship, Mor-
momsm, tne liquor iramc, me pre
valence of i skepticism, disregard of
the Christian Sabbath, and tbe only
way in which these problems are to
be met and correctly solved. The
solution was enunciated in tbe
proposition, ' Christianity ,is the
oniy source anu saieguaru oi lasung
patriotism." The Pilgrim Fathers
founded the nation on tbe, basis of
Christianity! The American people,
in tbe great crisis of tbe civil war
placed, their reliance .upon God.
" A second safeguard and solvent of
these questions is a high standard
of morals and principles as the rule
of political action.' Tho discourse
concluded with a fine peroration on
the destiny of the American nation
v.with an appeal to comrades of .Geo.
w. iJeL.ong to Keep orient anu. green
tbe memory of America's brave and
heroio dead; and thus impress upon
the living a due sense of the "value
of' country, patriotism, and heroism
and self-sacrifice for light and
The service was attended" by His
Excellency W. M. Gibson, Minister
of Foreign Affairs ; His Excellency
C. T. Gulick, Minister of the In
terior; His Excellency Paul Neu
mann, Attorney General, Rollin M.
Dagget, United States Minister
Resident, and Mr. D. A. M'Kinley,
United States Consul, and a large
number of citizens. The members
pf Geo. W. ,De Long1- Post, ;Nor , 45,
G. 'A.' R, accompanied , bj fortyj of
the Honolulu 'Rifles', occupied seats
in the centre of the church. The
pulpit was decorated with large
bouquets of flowers. Pulpit and
organ were draped with, American
flags', and in front of the pulpit was
placed a couple of stands of arms
witb a portrait .of Lieutenant Do
Long between them.
KOJTAN CATHOLIC CATIIKDltAL.'
A very large congregation attend
ed tbe Roman Catholic Cathedral
yesterday morning at 10 o'clock.
' Pontifical high mass was celebrated
anq the Right Rev. the iJisnop
preached an eloquent sermon on the
descent of tho Holy Ghost upon the
anostles. In tho afternoon at 3'
o'clock a large number of 'adults
and children were confirmed.
' '0n Saturday evnjljg abput ' ten
o'clock, D'r,' yradbbk and Herbert
wero riding up Nuuanu Valley in
the former's brake, when, on just
passing over tho second bridge, they
heard two horses coming down the
hill at a torrjflc, pace. They drove a
little quicker intending to turn into
the Bishop's lane so ns to be out of
tjio way, bdt before they could do
so ope of the animals with a young
man on its back darted into them,
striking the right shaft and break
ing it, tho shock sending the horse
and rider some fifteen or twenty feet
uhcad. Drs. Craddock and Herbert,
who escaped unhurt', immediately
yjumped out of'tltc'brako'fttid picked
up the mnn, whoso wunc is Young,
employed by the Hawaiian Larringo
Co., and carried him into the resi
dence of tbo Rev. Alex. Mackintosh
closo by, where he was properly
attonded to. Beyond being severely
stunned ho was not otherwise hurt,
though it la certain be had a very
narrow escape from being killed.
An express was telephoned for and
bo was token home. The hoise he
was riding received a nasty wound
when it struck the shaft. Dr.
Craddock's horse was not hurt, but
a shaft was broken and the harness
damaged. Tbe other rider was on
the opposito side of the road and
did not come to grief. There is a
good deal too mucb careless riding
in our city, and a check should be
put upon it. Mr. Young has .i
great deal to be thankful for in not
getting hurt any worse.
Last Saturday morning Their
Majesties tho King and Queen paid
a visit to the Kakuako Branch Hos
pital. His Ex. W. M. Gibson, Pre
sident of the Board of Health, met
the Royal party at the entrance, and
introduced them to the Mother
Superior and her noble band of as
sistants. Their Majesties went right
thi'ough the different buildings and
expressed themselves much pleased
for what is being done for the poor
unfortuuato .lepers by the sisters.
We understand that a building to be
known as tho Kapiolani Home will
be soon erected, for Hawaiian girls,
the children of lepers. Their Majes
ties have promised 81,000 each, Col.
Claus Spreckols $1,000 and more if
required, and His Majesty's Minis
ters have also subscribed. The
inmates of tbo Branch Hospital were
delighted at the visit of tbe King
Shortly before one o'clock this
afternoon a telenbono raessaco was
received at the Station House, that,
a Portuguese man had shot himself
nt the top of Emma street. Deputy
Marshal Dayton and Ofllccr Marcos
at once went to the place. On ar
riving thcro they found tho man had
fired one shot and then run away
when he beard the police were com
ing. His name is B. J. Jgnncio,
nnd he keeps a grocery and provision
store at the top of Emma strrecl. '
He formerly lived at the comer of
Pauoa Valley and Nuuanu Valley
road, and ran an express. He shut
up his store to-day, sent his wife
and family outside, and told them
ho was going to kill himself. Ho
went into a.little room in rear of the
store and soon after a loud report of
a pistol was heard which alarmed
tho neighbors, who at once tele
phoned for police. The man came
out in au excited manner and ran up
on tho side, of Punchbowl. Mr.
Dayton went after him and talked
with him, and he finally calmed
down. There is a little bed in tbe
room, and be lay down at the head
of it to commit the deed. He did
not hit himself, and where the ball
went to is a mystery, The pistol is
a Texas bulldog, five-chambers of
38 calibre. It had four chambers
loaded, tbe other one having gone
1 off 'by his hands. Tbe man has a
wife and several- little children.
There is bo cause assigned for the
rash act, though it is strongly sus
pected, that liquor has something to
do with it.
MUTUAL LIFE (INSURANCE COMPANY.
The Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany, of New 'York, for which S. G.
Vilder,is the Honolulu Agent,, has
got out its annual science almanac,
a copy of which is before us. It is
a calendar of birds, flowers, insects,
days, tides, planetery movements,
and is beautifully illustrated
with sketches, maps and diagrams.
The Company, which was organized
in 1843, is in a very flourishing and
satisfactory condition. It has re
ceived since then to January of this
year, 8270,902,584.00 in cash from
its policy holders, and has returned
to policy holders during that period,
in cash, 8210,094,211.00. During
tho past year its average payments
to policy holders, for every business
day of the year, have been $45,352,
and the average rate of interest ob
tained for tbe investment of its net
assets during that time was 5.49
percent. It is Beldom a company
makes such a' showing as tbis. A
fine lithograph, of the Company's
building in New York may be seen
in the odlce of J. E. Wiseman, Mer
chant street, which attracts mucb
attention. Mr. Wiseman is soliciting
agent in Honolulu.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
Tbe Band will play at Emma
Square this evening at 7.80 o'clock In
honor of Queen Victoria's birthday.
The following is the programme:
Maich Utile Britannia , . Godfrey
Overture Festival, . . . . , Bach
Waltz My Qucon , Coote
Galop Queen Victoria Farmer
Eleile. God Save Mm Queen.
Selection Pinafore , Sullh au
Waltz WalmaualoV. . . M , Berger
March Kula HlmeuK. . , Berber
- FIRE IN THE CANE,
On Tuesday Inst a spnik from tbo
furimco of Lllmc Mill fell into n cnuc
field of that plantation, and almost
immediately ncics of land became n
mass of flames. All of tho planta
tion hnnds wciu turned out to pic
vent the fire from spreading, but
attempts were futile until soma CO
acres of cane bad been burnt. The
fire laged all day Tuesday and the
following night, and was plainly
seen from the fcteumcr Planter on
Wednesday at 3 A. m., when about
30 miles off.
Lauui, John Frazcr and Win.
Cruzo had to pay 80 each for drunk
enness. Hy. Brandon, for disturb
ing quiet of the night, was fined 810
and $1 costs. Fritz Harris, on n
charge of furious and heedless driv
ing, was remanded until the 2Cth.
Frank Davis, an old offender, was
sent over the reef for twenty-five
days for disorderly conduct. Chas.
Buchanan forfeited bail of 823 for
violating express rule No. 25. Tho
case against Leu Chong, for impor
tation of opium, was discontinued by
tbe prosecution. W. A. Kiha, on a
charge of embezzlement of 302, was
further remanded at request of pro
secution until June 8th.
ENC0URACE HOME INDUSTRY.
Mk. J. W. Hinglcy, former pro
prietor, of the Pioneer Cigar Factory,
No. 50 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. Hinglcy,
also, has re-commenced the manu
facture of his famous brands of
cigars, at his residence on Bcretaniu
street, second door from Alapai
street, adjoining tho premises of
Mr. Thomas E. Wall. Orders left
at tho Crystal Soda Works, No. GO,
Hotel street, or sent by Mutual
Telephone, No. 319, Central Park
Skating Riiik, 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,
corner Union, wheie we will be
pleased to meet our old patrons and
the public. Cornices and Picture
Frames a specialty. All wo ask is a
trial. 1021 2w
Employment agent: "You here
again? I give you two good places
to choose 'between, and yet you are
back! "in less than a1 we'ekl " "What
was the rn'attoi"with tile first one
tbe Brown family?" Domestic:
"I couldn't stand it, sor. Tbo
house was so awfully gloomy."
"Gloomy! What made it so?"
"They ain't got only a few windics,
and they kept the shutters half
closed all the time." "Well, what
was the matter of the second place
tbe Blacks?" "Sure, sor, their
night 'a .shuttiri1
"What are j'ou whipping that boy
for?" asked a passer-by of an Irish
man. "Because his brother bit me
with a shtonc, sor." "Well, but
tbis boy is not to blame." "Yes,
but, yez sec, sor, tho two chaps are
twins.'' "That makes no differ
ence." "Yes, it does, sor, fur bain'
so much aloikc it would be the one
av thim as apt to bit me as the
A BOY to rarry newspaper on horse
XX. imcK lor tlio Honolulu
2 and 4 p.
APorlug'icEU man nnd bib son, It)
yenis of ugo. want a situation. Ap
ply to Al. A. UUiSSAliYES A! UO,
67 Hotel Si.
FOU MAN and wife, with accommo
dation to cook for themselves, or
board with tho family. Apply at lb7
AY. MOUESEUX, in half pinto;
CACHET BLANC, in quarts & pints;
QBEEN SEAL, do
OH. FAERE EXTRA, do
koh hali: iiy
H. HACKFELD & CO.
MB.11. BABHEK, lato mimuger 0f
tlio Alitor House, begs to linnouiicu
to l9 friends and lli( public in geuuinl
that he has purchased the Saratoga
House, uud will laopen on Sunday,
May 24th. FirM-clats board by tho
week, month or transient. Special uc.
commodntlon for ladies and families.
Bonding Parlors open for guests of tho
house. Tho coolest dining rooms Hi tho
city. No Hies. 20 2m
EXIMtESS, Truck, Carriage ami Bad
dlo Horses. Double nnd tlnglo
Inmost buggysnnri carriages, also one
Ai'lrton wsitwn, Annlr to
K. It. MILKS. llrtw',n Hotel SUblcs.
rpilAT very duslrabh' mid convenient
JL Foully Hcsldence on llerctnula
Street, until lately occupied bv F. S.
Pratt, Esq., complete with out-liousce,
stables, gardens and pnsture. Aleo.the
promises occupied at prrnent n u Law
Oulcc by John Ituuell, Xsq , centrally
loented near tho corner of Fort nnd
Merchant Streets. For pnrtlculms, np.
plv cither by letter or otherwlta to
Dlt. STANGENWALD, Merchant St.
Madeira Lace !
We beg to announce to our Lidy cus
tomers, that we have received by the
Per Wells, Fargo & (Jo's Express, the
Madeira Hand -Sewed
recently ordered at their
small but very choice lot.
J2T Call Early
M. A.G-onsalves & Co.
fi7 Hotel Street
-Kon SU.E AY-
H. Hackfeld & Co. i
Yosemite Wni Hit
Matinee with Music overy Wsdnecday Alter
noon. May 2?, a Double lt'ice, lady and gentle
man, for prize;
May 20, Button Hole Party;
May 20, Fancy Skating, gentlemen, for
gold nnd silver medals ;
Juno 2, Wheelbarrow R-ice, i;enllumcu, i
June 5,,Qmnd Bnu-Iiou Party. 23 td
Central Part StamiE Rink
Corner Borclania & Punchbowl Streets.
This Splendid Rink,
Having the best of floors, is open every
AFTERNOON and EVENING
GST of tho week. a
Tuesday nnd Friday evenings, and Wed
nesday afternoon. AFsiduous attention
paid to tho comfort nnd pleasmc of nil
Admission 25 cents, no other charge.
t3P Just received, large assortment of
Bkntos. Patrons will be furnished
either B'&iU Club or Strap Skates.
1010 Urn 1). P. SMITH, Proprietor.
House Furnishing: Goods,
FPirinrnm "l Ufnitno
AIM1MUV.J Vfll tJVMIl.Bt
All marked down in order to I
clear out tbis iramenso stock.
1,G00 doz, Faucy Dress Buttons,
at 10 ca per dozen.
HAMMOCKS, from $1.75.
Popular Vocal MubIc, 3 Sheets
for 10 Cents.
Lamps, in all
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
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