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TITKHDAY, MAY UG, 1885.
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Mrl)i):i Lc.ivt' HpiiiiIiiIiI, Juno 15
PACIFIC MAILS. 8. CO.
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Stmr City of Sydney June 7
) on AUCKI.VNl) AND RVnNUV:
Sluir Zralundla Juno 1!
Schr Itob Roy from Koohui
Slmv .Ins Makco fiom K.ipn.i
Sttnr Kliiuii for Windward Ports
Stmr Planter for Kannl
Schr Ehukal for Walalua
Schr Settle Merrill for Labalna
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Jas Mnkee for Kapaa
Bktne Eureka for San rianclsco
Bk T n Foster for Victoria, B C.
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Alameda, Moise
Bk T K Foster, Kugg
Tern Bcitlah, AVilBon
Bktne Eureka, Leo
Bk Ceylon, Barstow
Bk Atitomnc, Lalnc
Bktne Mary Winkletnan
From Sm Fnuicisco, per bktne
kleinan, May 23 T Dugan and
Miss May Dugan, Mrs M Marsh.
Schorttnler, Chas Johnson.
wlfe, II S
The schooner Emma sails this nioin-in&fouOlow-alu.
The Ceylon will sail on Saturday next
for Port Blakely In ballast.
Stmr Jas Makco brought 2740 bags of
, sugar. She sails to-moriow at 5 v m for
Parser Foster of tho steamer James
Makco reports heavy rains aflCapaa on
Sunday and Monday last.
The Keaha Mill has suspended gi hid
ing for about one month.
The Eureka sails for San Francisco
to-morrow at l.o'clock.
Tho W O Irwin sailcd'thls v M for S
F., wlth'11,500 bags of sugar, valued at
85,921.55. Sho was towed to sea by
The Maiy Wiukleman, Capt Backers,
arrhed yesterday r si, 23 days fiom S
F. --She brought deck load of 100 pigs.
She is consigne'd to II Hackfeld & Co
and is docked at Blower's whaif.
Mr J H Blackwas stcaminR about the
boll buoy to-day in Fiank Cooke's btcam
launch. Ho is,piobably whaling.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
"Nnws and Notes" will be found
on the fourth page.
Tin: health of Mr.
Kolmla is improving.
II. P. "Wood of
There will be music at the Central
Park skating rink this evening.
A meeting of Excelsior Lodge will
be held this evening at 7: 3Q o'clock.
Do not forget the subscription list
at Oats', for repaits to the baseball
, ,t There will be a button bole party
at the Yosemitc skating rink this
Thk new fence at Kapiolani Park
is a 'great convenience and the
arrangement gives much satisfaction.
All accounts due the Saratoga
House have been transfeired to S. J.
Levey .& Co., and must be paid to
Tin: Kaumakapili Church fair will
commence on Friday next at 8
o'clock. The admission will bo 25
Tun Honolulu Rifles meet for their
usual weekly drill this evening at
their. Armory at half-past seven
All parties wishing to have ic
freshment stands at Kapiolani Park
on June 11th, must apply without
delay to J. E. "Wiseman.
The flag on the Government build
ing and all the Consular flags are
flying to-day in honor of Her Ma
jesty Queen Victoria's birthday.
. . .
Tue annual election of engineers of
the Honolulu Fire Department will
take place on Monday evening next,
at tho Hall of Engine Co. No. 2.
At 10 .o clock to-morrow morning
Lyons & Levey will sell at the resi
dence of Mrs. McLean, No. 121
King, street, tho entire household
Tun band concert at Emma Square
last evening in honor of Queen Vic
toria's birthday vas not largely at
tended owing to tho rather unpleas
Sealed tenders for the supply of
fresh beef and mutton for one year
to tho Queen's Hospital should bo
sent in to the secretary, Mr, F. A.
Schaefcr, before noon of to-morrow.
The schooner Anna arrived at
'Kahulul last Wednesday, 18 days
from San Francisco. On the third
day out from that port tho second
mate committed suicide by jumping
wo go lo pten tbet'ollcoCJP
,Mil occtll)imi n iicaiintr tlm cnso
is Mill occupied In healing tlm cnso
of Wong 'L'nl 1'oon, Alol, Lti Vo j
nnd Ivnulmno for conspiracy, which
wai commenced ttbout ten o'clock
To-itonnow evening thciowillbe
n moonlight battalion drill, with the
following companies patticipating:
Royal Guards, King's 0n,l'rineu'H
Own, Honolulu littles, Queen's Own,
Mnmalahoa and Leleiohoku Guards.
l'noit all indications the races to
bo held on Knmehameha Day will
be the best and most exciting held
for years. Mr. Wisoman is nlready
out with subscription lists for the
expenses of nropcrlv observing tho
U.n-Thursday evening, June 4th,
the Honolulu Amateur Dramatic
Society will give a performance in
Music Hall. The pieces to bopic
scntcd on that occaeion will bo a
corned', "Sketches in India," and
the farce, "Nan the good for noth
ing." Tnis evening the Hawaiian Hotel
t ill be the scene of gaiety, the occa
sion being the ball in honor of Her
Majesty Queen Victoria's bhthday.
It promises to be a very brilliant
affair. Thoso attending the ball ate
requested to drivo into the grounds
by the front entrance, as the recep
tion committee will be stationed at
On Saturdny next at 12 o'clock
noon, by order of His Excellency
the Minister of the Interior, Lyons
& Levey will sell the following build
ings : A ono story building, stables
and mangers, lately occupied by the
Mounted Police, the wooden build
ing, formerly occupied by' the Ad
vertiser Co. , and the wooden bujld
ing adjoining the new Police Station.
Frozen Oysters at the
The best place in town to get a
square meal is at the Astor House.
WaY.i, pockets, paper racks, letter
racks, hat and clothes racks, orna
mental and cheap, at King Bros.'
Ait Store. 28 3t
If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street. 980. Itf .
The Union Feed have on band in
addition to their laige and well
selected stock of Hay and Grain,
fine Rice Straw for bedding, put up
in convenient size bale, and which
thoy offer at reasonable prices.
The much talked of three-quarter
mile dash, sweepstakes 8100 each,
between May D., Eva and Maybell
came off yesterday afternoon at Ka
piolani Park. Two o'clock was the
hour named, and at that time there
was a goodly number of spectators
present. The arrangements were int
the hands of Mr. J. E. Wiseman,
and an admittance of half a dollar
was charged to the grand stand.
The weather was extremely muggy
and the track somewhat heavy. His
Majesty the King, and Their Royal
Highnesses the Princesses Liliuoka
lani and Likelike were on the Btand
during the afternoon. Col. C. H.
Judd was in attendance upon His
Majesty. It was fifteen minutes past
three before the bell rang for the
horses to prepare for the contest.
The, officials were: Judges, Col. Z.
S. Spalding, W. II. Aldrich and T.
Lishman ; Starter, Chas. B. Wilson ;
Timekeepers, Chas. Lucas and Geo.
HoiiKlitailing. Considerable money
was invested on the lesult, with May!
D. asfavoiitc. At twenty-five min
utes to four the horses were at the
staiting point. After two false at
tempts they got away to a beautiful
start, and ran neck and neck to the
half-mile pole, where Eva took a
Blight lead, Maybell second, and
May D. last. On rounding the lower
turn May D. passed Maybell and
gradually overhauled Eva, being only
half a length behind at the quarter
mile pole. From there a pretty race
ensued. Three hundred yards from
the wire it looked as if Eva would
win, but May D. stuck to her and
won at the finish by a short head,
Maybell, three lengths off, third,
The time of the winner was 1.19 A,
May D. was excellently ridden by
Johnnie Noble. Following is the
W. II. Comwell's May D... ...1
H. J. Agnew's Eva, 2
E. R. MileB Maybell, 3
Timo, 1.19 J.
Tho next event was a 200 yards
foot race between J. Cameron and
Jacob Simms, for an announced
stake of 8500 a side, but it is doubt
ful if any money was up at all. The
fact of there being no official referee
or starter gave the whole thing a
suspicious appeal ance. The two
men did run, Cameion winning,
Simms trying his haidest to keep a
certain distance in the rear. Tho
timo given was 20 seconds, but
there is not a man breathing on tho
that time. If ncdctlriaiihiii cannot
be conducted on n square basis it
should bo left alone.
A trotting race next look place
between the horses Thomas 11. and
bid Spcrry, ono tnilo boats best two
in tlucc. Thomas II. won in two
straight heats. Time, 2.fil, 2.50.
The result of this race caused a good
deal of dissatisfaction.
LAST NIGHT'S CONCERT.
The weather of last evening was
not what might be called concert
going weather, still for nil that
another good audience attended tho
third of tho scries of Montague
Turner conceits. His Mnjcsty tho
King, II. 11. 11. Princess Likoiiko
and Hon. A. S. Cleghorn occupied
the Royal box. The programme
opened with an ovortuie, Fclscn
niulile by Ilclssigcr, nrr&ngcd as a
piano duct and excellently played
by Miss Castle and Mr. G. L. Bab
cock. Miss Montague was enthu
siastically received on each occasion
sho appeared. Her first number
was a beautiful sonc, "It was a
di earn, 'by Cowcn, which was render
ed most charmingly and in response
lo an encore she sang "Somebody's
coming." Her second number should
have been an aria from an opera by
Harold with violin obligato, but in
its placo a Polonuiso from Mignon
was substituted. It was given as
usual in a very artistic manner. The
accompaniment was a trifle loud in
Mr. Turner was down on the pro
crainnic for two numbers, the first
of which, "Tho Message" by
Blumcnthal, was encored, a response
being given with, " Come into tho
garden, Maud." Mr. Turner was
not in so good voice as usual, pro
bably owing to the intense heat.
The Choral Club gave a most delight
ful rendition of Sir Arthur Sullivan's
fine part song, " O, hush thee my
baby." A careful and praiseworthy
attention to' light and shade, and
the expression of sentiment, was a
noticeable feature of their singing.
It richly deserved an encore. Miss
Castle played with much taste and
finish a piano concetto by Haupt-
'inann, accompanied by "three string
instruments, the performers of which
did full justice to their respective
parts. It was a treat to hear such a
rquartcttc of voices sing together as
Miss Montague, Mrs. J. F. , Brown,
Messrs. Turner and Yarndley. The
selection they gave was a quartetto
from Verdi's Riggotctto, and it gave
much pleasure to the audience. Mr.
Yarndley played well in bis violin
solo as usual.
scene from the
concluded with a
second act of the
In this Miss Mon
tague sang, "I dreamt I dwelt in
Marble Halls," and Mr. Turner,
"Then you'll remember me." These
were received with the heartiest
tokens of appreciation by the audi
ence. It was a delightful ending to
a good concert. The fourth of ths
series will be given Thursday even
ing, on which occasion Mrs. John H.
Paty will sing. , ,
NEW MUSICAL SOCIETY.
Tho chorus of ladles ' arid1 gentle
men who have sung so acceptably
at the Montague-Turner concerts1
have formed themselves into a'
society, and it is to be hoped it will
be a permanent organization. We
want such a society among us, and
each individual member should
make it a point to regularly attend
the rehearsals. No one knows better
how to conduct such a society than
Mr. Yarndley, who wields the baton
for this new body of singers. Tho
club as it stands now is well balan
ced, and with regular rehearsal can
accomplish a crreat deals Tho im-
portancc of attending tbc rehearsals
cannot ue too persistently urged on
the members. The following is the
personnel of this now society: So
prauos, Mrs. J. E. Hanford, Misses
Hall, Bertha von Holt, Mist and
Alice Ronton. Altos, Mrs. J. F.
Brown, Misses McBryde, Moore,
von Holt, and Rhodes. Tenors,
Messrs. "T. R. Walker, T. May and
W. H. Baird. Basses, Messrs. C.
M. Cooke, A. T. Atkinson, Fred
Whitney, T. M. Starkcy and C. H.
White. Musical director,, Mr. J.
Ah Koy, who imported into tho
country, by the Alameda, the 300
half-pound Una of opium seized by
the Custom House authorities on
Saturday, had his case tried before
Police Justice Bickerton this morn
ing. The court room was crowded
with Chinese.1' Three other of his
countrymen were arraigned with
him. However, Ah Koy pleaded
guilty, and tho case against tho
others was discontinuqd by tho pro
secution. Mr. Jonathan Austin,
who appeared for Ah Koy, asked
for a lenient sentence. Tho defend
ant had pleaded guilty and that was
something in his favor. His story
was that ho did not order tho opium,
but Iiq knew it was coming, His
Honor, in giving sentence, aid if
his recollection served him right the
prisoner had been up before him on
two previous occasions for gambling.
In this 'case he did not' come into
cCurt"wUlfclchn hnnds. tlo thought
tho pica of guilty docrved some
consideration, still such n case as
thin ought to bo marked with a
penalty that would ben warning lo
others. Ills Honor fined him 8100
nnd imprisonment, at hard labor for
three months, the invoice of goods
lo bo confiscated.
ACCIDENT AT KEALIA.
Last Sunday one of the New
Hebrides employed on the Kcalia
plantation, Kauai, accidentally shot
himself while intoxicated. He
thought he saw a duck, and loading
up his gun after having cocked and
capped it, it exploded before the
operation was completed, and tho
charge went through his left wrist,
completely shattering both the bones,
and also carried away his left bicast.
The arm was amputated by Dr.
Walters, and the man will piobably
THE HORSE'S FRIEND.
Mr. Chas. Hammer, the well-
known proprietor of the Corner
Harness Store, has just received a
splendid stock of new goods. His
eyes aro always open to the wants of
his numerous customers and this
invoice of goods is enough to make
any horse's mouth water. There
aro horse sheets, buggy robes in all
designs, English and American sad
dles, skeleton jockey saddles, and a
laige lot of fancy harness trimmings
too numerous to mention. Those
will be sold nt the usual low rates to
make room for another large invoice
of goods now on the way, so that it
is necessary to call early.
A SPIRIT CATCHER.
A strange caso came up in the
Police Court this morning. A native
man living at Kamoiliili thought that
his spirit or soul was leaving his
body in his own words, uhane hele.
He wanted it to hoi mai, that is
como back, so went to a kahuna
named Maiau, who gave him some
medicine, charging him $4. The
latter was arrested for practising
medicine without a license. He was
reprimanded and discharged on pay
ment ,of $3 costs, which.nppearcd to
satisfy the old man.
' POLICE COURT.
were' charged with violation
press rules. The former was fined
$10 and $1 costs, nnd the latter dis
charged. Pa bad to. pay ?C for
diunkenncss. Moses, for assault
and battery, was fined $4 and 81.20
costs. Frank Fisher, for using pro
fane and obsccno language to one
Joe Mornn, was sent over the reef
for twenty-four hours.
Ferdinand Hiller, the German
composer and pianist, is dead.
Herr Ludwig Neruda, husband of
Mme. Nprman Neruda,,the eminent
violinist, died April 28th.
Campanini, the well-known Italian
tenor, has become a practical miller,
farmer, cattle breeder, etc. He al
ways looked like it.
M. Armand has given 8100,000 to
found an institution for musical in
struction ( in connection with 'tho
University of Melbourne, Australia.
Mrs. Weldon, 'the .vocalist, has
been awarded in a E6fldon court
damages of 800,000 against Gounod,
the composer, for libel and breach
The Queen of England has given
permission to introduce the chorale
"Gotha," written by Prince Albert,
in the ode composed by Mr. Barrett
for the opening'of the new Albert
Palace in London.
Brinley Richaids, the Welsh com
poser, died in England, May 1. Ho
was borne in Camnrthon, Wales, in
1819, and was the bon of a church
organist. The Duke of Newcastle
assisted him in his earlier studies.
At the Royal Academy of Music he
was tho winner of the King's
scholarship the first Welshman to
carry off that' honor. He was tho
author of many popular ballads,
pianoforte pieces, etc., but was best
known by his " God.Blesa tho Prince
of Walos," which SimB Reeves made
famous twenty odd years ago.
Mr. Sweete "Horeis an account
of a St. Louis woman, only a, few
weeks married, who shot her hus
band." Mrs. Swcote (bride of a month)
"Yes; and the bullet landed in
"Oh! Then piobably she only
wanted to prove to him he was
"In what way?"
"Ho probably asserted that her
biscuits were hoarier than lead."
"What is lcpcntancc?" queried
the Sunday-school teacher. "To bo
Borry for doing wrong," said the
good boy. "Were you ever sorry
for anything you did?" "Yes'm,"
said the bad boy. "What made you
sorry?" Great Jchoshaphat! wasn't
you cyer spanked?"
ENCOURACE HOME INDUSTRY.
Mil. J. V. llliigley. former pro
prietor of the Pioneer Cigar Fnetoiy,
No. f9 Fort street, and moiorc
ccnlly at No. 81, King sticot, Is now
established at tho Central Paik Skat
ing Rink, where ho keeps a lino as
sortment of choice cigais and to
bacco, and furnishes ti delicious
aiticlc of soda walci. Mr. Hinglcy,
also, has re-commenced the manu
factuie of his famous brands of
cigars, at his lcsidcncc on Berctauin
sticet, second doot fiom Alnp.il
street, adjoining the premises of
Mr. Thomas K. Wall. Oulers left
at the Crystal Soda Woiks, No. 09,
Hotel street, or sent by Mutual
Telephone, No. 319, Central Pat k
Skating Rink, will leccivo piompt
attention. 1019 lm
King Hi os., Importers and Deal
ers in Picluics, Agists' Materials,
Cotnicu', l'icturo Mouldings, etc.,
etc., have moved to their new and
commodious stoic, Hotel street,
corner Union, where we will be
pleased lo meet our old patrons and
the public. Cornices and Picture
Frames a specialty. All wo ask is a
trial. 1021 2w
The " Daily Bulletin "
Is for sale immediately after publica
tion, at tho following places:
Messrs. OAT & CO.'S, Morchant St.;
Mr. THRUM'S, Merchants!.;
Messrs. WOLFE & EDWARDS', corner
King and Nuuanu Sis.;
ISAAC MOORE'S, 134 Nuuanu Street;
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS, Hole! St.
A BOY lo carry ncwsiupcr on liuisi
back for tho Honolulu .Nous
Aecncy, enquire at
2 nnd 4 p.m.
FOK MAN and wife, with nccommo.
datlon to cook for themselves, or
beard with the family.
Apply at 187
MR. OlIAfc. IIOYT'S Shoeing Shop
will be open on 3Iondaj morning.
He has sent down a e;ood man. Inter
fering horses n specialty. 29 tf
rpWE place to buy J. Wi Hinglcj's
JL Celebrated Cigar?. The Crystal
Soda Works will ho a depot for these
line Cigars, wholesale and retail.
Roller Coaster for Sale.
DP. SMITH will rccoie bids up to
June ltt, for tho Holler Coaster.
Not bound lo accept the highest Or any
bid. Same to.be icmovcd from the pre
mises to make room for enlarcinjr tho
Central Park Skating Kink.
D. P. SMITH, Honolulu Post-Offlce.
TO SUPPLY tho Queen's Hospital
with FRESH UEEF and MOTION,
in quantities required, for one jear,,
commencing on the 1st June, 1885.
Sealed tendcro to bo left at the olllce of
tho underpinned up to WcdncFd.iy, the
27th May, 1885, at noon. Per Order,
1 A. SCUAEFElt, Secretary.
' 'Honolulu. May 4th, 1885. 2G lw
RS. J. T. BOWEN, late of New
York, has opened an Art .Needle
Work and Dress-muklng establishment
over Frank Gerlz's hoot and shoo stoie,
No. 103 Fort Slrcft. ICeiiiington. Arm.
sene, Chenille nnd Ribbon work, Plastic
Clay and Kensington Painting taught.
Stamping and designing dono In tho
best manner at reasoniihlo rates. 29 2w
British Benevolent Society.
HONOR of tho Birthday of Her
ilulcstv Oucon VicnoitiA. a hall
will bo held at tho Hawaiian Hotel on
TUESDAY EVENING, May 20th, 1885,
at 8:30 p m. Tickets Price $2.50, may
ho obtained from the member of the
Ball Committee, or at tho olllce of J. M.
Oat, Jr., & Co. 20 Ul
MR. II. BARBER, Into manager of
tho Astor House, hags to nnnounco
to his friends and tho public In general
that he has purchased tho Saiatoga
House, nnd will reopen on Sunday,
May 21th. Flrbt class hoard by tho
week, mouth or transient. Special ac
commodation for ladles und fnmillcs.
Reading Pallors opcu for guestH of the
house. Tho coolcsj dining rooms in the
city. Nonics. 20 2m
I WILL Boll my fitly BELLE after
Juno 11th. to anyono wishing to
owu ono of tho gentlest, soundest and
spccdicbt Hawaiian bred animals on
theso Islands. In her tWO.ycur.old form
sho fchowed us after only 4 weeks hand,
llugn mile in !l.24 and lcpcatin 3.22,
has not been handled einco for speed.
Sho. U stinted to tho Holt btallimi and
presumably In foal to him. In oUcrlng
this animal for sulu I do not claim her
to bo a track horsu but simply a speedy
and SAFE road mare. My prlco is $350
cash, $31UK will not buy her.
JOHN F. SMITH,
201w If you please.
XI'IUISS, Truck, C.mlngo and 8nd.
ill die Horse. tioublo nml Hnitlc
linniftM luiray nml cairlngi-, nlno ono
-kill tMi MiiiiHU. Applv to
E. It. MILES, llnw'n Hotel Htnbtcs.
diairabln uml convenient
Itf4lilnni.il on llcri'lnnl:.
Street, until Utcly occupied by 1 8.
Pratt, Esq., completo with out-houses,
stables, gardens and pisiure Alio, the
premises occupied at present u a Law
Olllce by John llussoll, Esq., centrally
located near the corner of Port and
Merchant Streets. Tor pattlculars, op.
ply cither by letter or otherwise to
"OH. STANQENWAU), Merchant Ht.
AY. MOUSSKUX, in half pints;
CA0HET BLANC, in quarts & pints;
GREEN SEAL, do do
CH. EAEHE EXTRA, do do
KOK SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Madeira Lace ! !
We beg to announce to our Lady cus
tomers, that we haw received by the
Per Wells, Fargo & Oo's Express the j
assortment of ?
Madeira Hand - Sewed I
Which wc recently ordered at their
request. A small but very cholco lot.
tar Call Early -0
M. A.G-onsalves & Co.
07 Hotel Street.
Yoseiite Mi Rink.
Matlneo with Music ovory Wednesday After
noon. May 20, Button Hole Party ;
May 29, Fancy Skating, gentlemen, for ,
gold and silver medals;
Juuc 2, Wheelbarrow Hace, geutlemcn,
for prize; v
June 5, Grand Bon Bon Parly. 25 td
Central Park Skalli M
Corner Berctania Si Punchbowl Streets.
This Splendid Rink,
Having the best of floors, Is open every
AFTERNOON and EVENING
EST" of the week, -a
Tuesday and Friday evenings, and Wed
ncsday afternoon. Assiduous attention
p.iid to the comfort and plcasuioof all
Admission 25 tenth, no other charge.
C5T" Just rcccivcd,'larj;o ascdrtmcntof
Skated. Patrons Will be furnished
cither B & U Club or Strap Skates.
Crockery, Glassware, I
House burnishing uoous,
Tinware, Oil Stoves.
All marked down' in order to
clear out this immense stock.
1,000 doz. Fancy Dress Buttons,
at ID cts per dozen.
HAMMOOKS, from $1.75.
Popular Vocal Music, 8 Sheets
lor 10 ucnts.
Lamps, in all
Etc., Etc.. Etc.