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WEDNESDAY, MAY '-'7, 1885.
OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
I'DIt PAN I'ltANCIPUO.
Alameda Leaves Honolulu, Juno 1
Mariposa. ....LeavosHnoluhi, Juno 10
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
ror. ban riuNcisco.
Slmr City of Sydnoy InnoT
roil AUCKTANl) AN RY11NT.V:
Stmr Zcnhindin Juno 13
Stmr Lehua from Wlndw.ud Poits
Sclir Walinnlu fiom Mallko
Sehr llalcaknlii from PepecKco
Ilk 0 O "Wliltmorc from Port Townseud
Stmr 0 n Bishop froln Kauai via Wnia-
lim and Wnlanae
Stmr .Ins Makce for Knpaa
Bk T R Foster for Victoria, B C.
Stmr Lelma for Wlndwaid Torts
Sclir Wainialu for llllo
Bktne Eureka for San Francisco
Hchr Rob Hoy for Koolau
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Alameda, Morse
Tern Beulah, 'Wilson
Bktue Eureka, Lee
Bk Ceylon, Barstow
Bk Antomnc, Lainc
Bktno Mai y Wlnkleman
From Ilamakua, per steamer Lehua,
May 27 H Jarrott, E Joseph and wife,
W F Johnston.
For Lahalna, Maalaca, Mahukona and
HUo, per steamer Kluau, May 20 Sam
Parker and. wife, ST Alexander, Miss L
Alexander, W Alexander, Miss Annie
Alexander, Prol J W P Jenks, Miss .1
Alcxnndor, Misses Mary and Clara Lowe,
Miss K Rowe, T T Ward, Miss S. King,
Rev H S Jordan, wife and daughter, T
R Mossmann, Right Rev Bishop of Ho
nolulu, W J Lowrie, C H Cummins, J A
Martin, R D Walbridge. S J Levey, J G
Mittnaeht and about-111 deck.
For Koloa, Waimca, Lihue and Nnwl
llwlli, Kauai, per steamer Planter, May
2G HisBvGovP P Kanoa and wife,
DrJJC Smith, Aug Dicier, Mrs F M
Simpson, Miss Shaw and 43 deck.
For San Francisco, per bktne Eureka,
May 28 T F Kennedy.
Steamer Lchua brought 2725 bags of
sugar. She sails to-morrow evening at
Sclir llalcakala brought 1-100 bags of
The Liholiho sails this evening with
coal for Waimea.
The Ceylon is takingrin ballast.
" The Beulah received 14.00 bags of
sugar from the Hnleakala this morning.
The Beulah will sail some time next
Schr Walmalu brought 1431 bags of
sugar and 12 hides. '
The T R Foster sailed this morning
for Victoria, B C. The wind boing
favorable she needed no tow boat.
Hr A F Cooke says there 'ought to be
a light pu the dredge ut nights, because
if there' is not schooners are liablo to
rim foul of it.
The Eureka cleared this afternoon for
San Froncisco, with 0,997 bags of 'sugar,
200 bbls of molasses. Valued 41,800.
She sails to-inorrow morning as soon as
there is suillcient wind to taice her out.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Two 'white ostrich feathers
advertised as lost.
A girl from twelve to fifteen years
of age is advertised for.
Inteiiestino selections will be
found on the fourth page.
Battalion drill this evening by
the different volunteer companies
under command of Major Baker.
The steamer Lehua will leave to
morrow afternoon at 5 o'clock sharp,
for ports on the Hamakua Coast.
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The usual services at Fort Street,
St. Andrew's and Bethel Union
churches this evening at 7. 30 o'clock.
On Friday at 10 o'clock, Lyons
& Levey will sell tho household fur
niture at tho residence of Mr. Ives,
No, 3, Kawniahao Lane.
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A chakteu of incorporation lias
been accepted liy tho stockholders of
the Mokaenui' Sugar Company doing
business at liana, Maui.
The foiuth Montague-Turner con
cert will be given at Music Hall to
morrow evening, on which ocension
Mrs. John H. Paty will assist.
Thu Rev. II. S. Jordan, the new
pastor for the Kohala Congregational
Church, left yesterday by tho Kinau
for his new field of labor,
Dn. G. Herbert leaves this after
noon for Kcalia, Kauai, to assumo
tho position of privato physician on
the plantation at that place.
Tub match game of baseball at
Makiki on Saturday afternoon be
tween the Honolulus and Pacifies
will not commence until 4 o'clock,
Aituoations for money orders on
tho United States, per S.S. Alameda,
should be made at the Post-ofllce
before three o'clock to-morrow after
noon. Dodd's street sprinkler broke
down this morning, and consequent
ly the streets will remain unwatered
until to-morrow. As Mort Oat says,
In the Supreme Court Oils iri6rfi
ing llic Kill of Maria do Jesus was
admitted to probate, ond letters tes
tamentary ordered to he Issued to
Manuel 1'orry without bond.
Mr.ssn. West, Dow & Co. havo
scoured the services of a flrst-clasn
piano tuner, nnd nil orders left at
their storo for tuning or repairing
will be promptly attended to.
Lyons & Levoy will bold their
regular cash sale to-morrow rooming
nt 10 o'clock, selling amongst other
things, dry goods, crockery, glass
and linwaro, groceries and furniture.
Gukat preparations arc being
made for the fair in aid of the funds
of the Kaumakapili Church, which
opens at a o'clock on Friday after
noon. It promises to be a most
Yksteriiat afternoon Dr. S. E.
Craddock lccoived his appointment
as Government physician for "Waia
nao on this island, and w'ill leave at
once for his new post. Tho appoint
ment is a very excellent one.
Call at J. E. Wiseman's and try
a box of Lycan's Kalihi Ranch
Spanish plum. They are excellent
for making preserves and pies, also
for dessert. A sample left at this
ofllce was tested by, tho staff, and
pronounced a toothsome dainty.
To-mokrow afternoon at 3 o'clock
the Ladies' Benevolent Society of
Fort Street Church will hold a busi
ness meeting in tho parlois of the
church, at which every member of
the society is requested to be pres
ent. Very important business will
be biought up for consideration. v
' The P. M. S.' & City of Rio 'de
Janeiro was advertised to leave San
Francisco, May 21st, for Hongkong
calling at Honolulu. She may-.be
looKea tor to-morrow afternoon or
Friday morning. The steamer will'
bring 388 Chinese fortius port, "and
we shall have six days later news.
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At tho annual meeting of the
Ookala Sugar Plantation Company
held on Monday, the following offi
cers were elected for the ensuing
year: President, W. L. Green;
Vice-President, J.'N. "Wright ; Treas
uier, Alex. McKibbin ; Auditor, R.
F. Bickerton; Secretary, H. W.
The Hawaiian Erangclical Asso
ciation will hold its annual anniver
sary week in this city, commencing
next Sunday, May 31st. On that
day the annual sermons will be
preached in the evening at Fort
Street Church by Rev. S. E. Bishop
and at Kawniahao Church by the
Rev. J. Waiamau.'- Meetings will
be 'held every day next week.
Wainee, one of the members of
Engine Co. No. 4, died last evening
nt the residence of Hon. J. M. Ka
pena, Nuuanu Valley. He was
cousin to Mrs. Kapena. The funer
al talces place this afternoon at 3
o'clock, and the remains will be fol
lowed to the grave by the member's
of company No. 4. All the engine
house flags have been at half-mast
Fkozen Oysters at the
This best place in town to get a
square meal is at tho Astor House.
Ir you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street. 980. tf.
Owing to the btrcct sprinkler
breaking an axle, it has been taken
off for repairs. It will be out again
to-morrow morning. 32 It
Cornices and picture frames made
to order, the largest and best stock
of mouldings to select from in the
Kingdom, at King Bros.' Art Store.
TnE Union Feed havo on hand in
addition to their large 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.
LAST NICHT'S BALL.
Tho grand ball given last night at
tho Hawaiian Hotel by the British
Benevolent Society in honor of
Queen Victoria's birthday was a
brilliant success. The grounds of
tho Hotel were illuminated and tho
stone stairways leading to the front
entrance were one mass of palm
leaves, arranged in the form of
arches, giving a pretty effect. The
largo dining hall was used for dan
cing, aud was most beautifully
decorated with Hawaiian, English
and American flags, choice flowers
and evergreens. At one end of the
hall was a floral motto, "God save
the Queen," most artistically
wrought, Tho background of tho
letters was of silver ferns, while the
letters themselves were of plurac
rias, double scarlet geraniums, and
other colored tlowers. a no motto
was much admired and reflected
great credit on the young ladies who
"worked It. The other end of the
hnll was occupied by a detachment
of tho Royal Hawaiian Hand under
the direction of Mr. Bcrgcr. Ilia
Majesty the King arrived sliortly
after half-past eight o'clock, attend
ed by his Chamberlain, Col. C. II.
Judti. There were also present II.
R. II. Princess Liliuokalani, Hon.
A. S. Clcghorn, His Excellency "W.
M. Gibson, Minister of Foreign
Affairs, His Excellency the Ameri
can Minister and Mrs. Daggett, H.
B. M.'s Commissioner Major.!. II.
"Wodehouse and lady; the French
Commissioner Monsieur Fcer and
lady ; several of tho consular corps,
and quite a number of our leading
citizens. Tho reception committee
was very assiduous in its duties,
aud Mr. Henry Macf arlano managed
tho floor with great tact. The
guests were received in tho ballroom
by Mrs. J. H. Wodehouso nnd Mrs.
Aler. Mackintosh. Dancing com
menced a few minutes past nine
o'clock, and was kept up with
great spirit until the wee hours of
this morning. An elegant supper
was served about midnight in the
room opposite tho oltlce. Taken al
together the ball was a great success.
The Police Court was occupied
from ten o'clock yesterday morning
until half-past four in the afternoon,
and another hour this morning, on
hearing the case of conspiracy
brought against police ofllcers Kau
hane and Wong Tai Poon, and Aloi
and Lupou. This case arose out of
the late liquor and bribery cases,
where a Chinaman was charged with
selling liquor without a license, and
two others for bribing the police,
all three being discharged. Messrs.
nartwell and Whiting appeared for
the prosecution and Mr. F. M.
Hatch, for the four defendants. Tho
evidence was very lengthy, and
after it was all in, His Honor Jus
tice Bickerton said he presumed
that Wong Tai Poon had been sus
pended from duty, he.know Knu
hane had.. It was perfectly right
they both should have been, until
the .final hearing of the case. His
Honor said that Wong Tai Poon had
committed deliberate perjury, in
that his evidence in this case entire
ly, contradicted whathe had said, in
the former case. Such a man should
not hold a commission as a police
officer, it woujd bo dangerous to
the whole community. Not only
had he committed perjury, 'but he
had tampered with the witness.
This action not only warranted the
Marshal, but in His Honor's opinion,
demanded that he should dis
miss the offender from the service.
Tho four defendants were then com
mitted for trial to the July term of
the Supremo Court.
Saturday next will he observed
throughout the Unitqd States as
Decoration Day. In this city the
Geo. W. De Long Post, No. 45, G.
A. R., will meet at their hall at one
o'clock on that dav and proceed to
the Nuuanu Cemetery, and there
decorate the graves of its dead. The
Honolulu Rifles will act as escort,
and the Royal Hawaiian Band will'
head the procession. Those persons
wishing to .makoi contributions of
floral designs, flowers, ferns, etc.,
are asked to send them to the Post
room on King street early Saturday
morning. On Saturday evening at
7.30 o'clock appropriate exercises
will be held in the Music nail.
Tom Murphy, Kanahamalia, and
Joe Kckahn had to pay SG each for
drunkenness. Jas Vincent, for the
same ouense, was rcmanueu until
Friday, Hy. Holi, for forgery, was
further remanded. August Brazer(cb
wastflned 820 for attempting to leave
the kingdom without a passport.
Olllcer Felhbehr found him stowed
away on the bark T. R. Foster this
Purser Kibling of tho steamer Le
hua reports thu followlrig occur
rences; Last Saturday morning a
native going fishing at Papalele, Ha
makua. fell 130 feet while crawling
over' the" cliffs, 'and was instantly
killed. Tho body was recovered
that afternoon ; tho head was badly
On Monday last a bullock team
fell over a gulch at Paauhau. The
cart was smashed and the 'cattle
were killed. '
Editor Bulletin : It is to bo
hoped that our business firms will
see that their employees get half
holiday on Saturday next, to allow
them to .participate in the cere
monies of the day as vell as fill the
ranks in the G. A. It. nnd Honolulu
Rifles. Faiu Play.
FOREIGN VOTERS IN THE STATES.
Editor Bulletin: I liopo you
will allow mo epacc in your paper to
refute n slander. Tho P. O, A. of
tho 2Cth, in commenting on Rev. Mr.
Cruzan's memorial address of Sun
day evening last makes the sweeping
assertion that the foreign voters in
tho United States arc ignorant,
I -besotted nndpnrchn?ftblo. This I
Hay is a most Infamous libel on
every sober, Intelligent and Inde
pendent voter In tho United States
i of foreign birth, of whom thcro arc
hundreds of thousands. Men who
do not dabblo in politics, but never
theless watch tho course of events
nnd guard American interests as true
men, ridden by no politlcnl clique,
they act silently and with one mind.
It is to such men, native and foreign,
that may be ascribed the overthrow
of Republican rottenness nt the late
Presidential clectiou , and by such men
that American institutions shall be
protected and preserved. I. M.
Persons requiring extra copies of
auy issuo of the Daily Bulletin,
should scud their orders to the office
not later than one o'clock of the
date required. Those desirous of
securing a file 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 with
which orders arc rcccivod for papers
after the issues arc exhausted. A
file of daily papers, sent to friends
abroad will give them a bettor idea
of life in this group than many
reams of paper consumed in letter
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY.
Mr. J. W. Hinglcy, former pro
prietor of tho Pioneer 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. Hinglcy,
also, has re-commenced the manu
facture of his famous brands of
cigars, at. his residence on Berctnnia
street, second door from Alapai
street, adjoining the premises of
Mr. Thomas E. Wall. Orders left
at the Crystal Soda Works, No. CO,
Hotel street, or sent by Mutual
Telephone, No. 319, Central Park
Skating Rink, will receive prompt
attention. 1010 lm
King Bros., Importers and deal
ers in Pictures, ArtiBts' 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 specialty. All we ask is a
Japanese parents are noted for
their kindness to their offspring.
Swearing is wholly unknown in
Japan. The worst word a Japanese
ever applies to a man whom he dis
likes is " beast." There is, in fact,
less disturbance among ,thcm than
among other people knownto Ameri
cans. Their homes, no matter how
poor, arc neat, and in cleanliness
they set a notable example to the
whole world. Law and order are as
much desired and enforced there as
An English country dentist re
cently made' a set of teeth for tho
bishop of his diocese, ne anxiously
watched the prelate as ho examined
himsolf and his new teeth in the pier
glass, and was startled when he heard
the bishop utter language ending with
that fearful word, "damnation."
Ho Tontured to suggest that his
lordship might feel them rather un
comfortable at first, but in a little
time he would get used to them.
Without appearing to notico the den
tist his lordship exclaimed with vehe
mence: "Without doubt he, shall'
perish everlastingly." ''But, indeed,
my lord, if you will havo patience,"
pleaded the' dentist, "in a week's
time or so" lWhat do you
mean?" inquiredtho prelateturning
round with an apostolic smile. "Why
should I not have patience? Tho'
teeth fit me beautifully ; it is tho first
time I have found myself able to
pronounce the Athahasian creed with
distinctness for these twenty years."
A benevolent gentleman, while
waiting for a street-car, was ap
proached by a negro, who asked
him for a nickel. The gentleman
had only a nickel, but there was
ioiuothing so appealiug about tho
negro that he gave him tho nickel
aud decided to walk home. "Than
kee, sah 1 Thankee. Do Lawd ain't
gwino ter furgit yer fur dis."
"That'sall right." "las, sah, yas."
Just then the car came along, and
tho negro hopped on with agility.
"Here," exclaimed the old gentle
man, "you are an old scoundrell"
"Yas, sah, yas, but do Lawd ain't
gwino ter furgit yer."
Old bachelor: "They tell mo
you don't walk'm your sleep since
you are married." Benedict: "Not
since the baby came, , Walk just the
same, though', aud about the same
hours, but rather moro regularly."
The " Dally Bulletin
Is for salo immediately after publica
tion, at tho following places:
Mottrs, OAT h CO.'S, Merchant St.;
Mr. THRUM'S, Merchant SI.;
Mossrt. WOLFE h EDWARDS', corner
King and Nuuanu Sis.;
ISAAC MOORE'S, 134 Nuuanu Strool;
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS, Holol St.
Attorney at Law,
Succe?ior to Smith & Thurston.
27 3S Merchant Street. lm
A HOY lo enrry newspaper on horse
back for tho Honolulu News
Agenc', cnqillrc at this ofllco between
2 ami 4 p.m. 28
J?OHMANnml wife, with nccounno
? datiou to cook for thcinsclvcs, or
hoard with the family.
Apply nt 187
MR. CHAS. IlOYT'S Shoeing Shop
will 1)0 open on Monday morning.
He hai sent down a cood man. Inter
fering hoiaes a specialty. 29 tf
Postponement of Fair.
rpHE Fair In aid of Kaumakapili
X- Chureh is postponed from Thurs
day until Friday, the 20th Inst., at 3 p.m.
Admission 25 cents. PER ORDER.
THE place to buy J. W. Hlnglev'a
Celebrated Cigars. The Crystal
Soda Works will he a depot for these
fine Cigars, wholesale and retail.
EXPRESS, Truck, Carriage and Sad
dle Horses. Double aud single
harness buggys and carriages, also one
skeleton wacon. Apnlv to
E. R. MILES, Hnw'n Hotel Stables.
A SALESMAN (white), young ,hut
experienced, who bpeaks Enclish
and Hawaiian perfectly, wants a sltua.
tion. Country storo preferred. Best
references and testimonials inven. Ad
dress " Hawaiian Salesman," Bulletin
OfUce, 28 lw
THE Ladles' Benevolent Society of
Port Street Church will hold a
business meeting in tho Ladies' Parlor,
on THURSDAY afternoon, at 3 o'clock.
Every lady of the Society is requested
to be piesont If possible, as the business
under consideration is very important.
ELIZABETH HALL. Sec'y.
NOTICE is hereby given that all ac
counts due tho Saratoga House
are now transferred and made over to
Messrs. S. J. Levey & Co., and all
moneys duo must be paid to them, and
their leccipt is sufficient.
Honolulu. May 11. 1S8I5. 31 lw
Roller Coaster for Sale.
DP. SMITH will leccivc bids up to
June 1st, for the Roller Coaster.
Not bound to accept the highest or any
bid. S uno to be removed from the pre
mises to mnko room for enlarging the
Central Park BUnting Rink.
D. P. SMITH, Honolulu Post-Ofllee.
juxi: nth, ins.-,.
NOTICE is hereby given that all
pirtics wishing to'have , !
at Kapiolani Park, on June 11th, 1885,
must apply .without delay to the
gtt Foot Section, 815.00.
J. E. WISEMAN,
Per order Kapiolani Park Association.
rpHAT Tory desirable and convenient
1 Finally Residence on lJercta'nln
Street, until lutely occupied by F. B.
Pratt, Esq., complete with outhouses,
stables, gardens and pasture. Also, tho
premises ocniplcd at present as a Law
Oluco by John Ruiell, Esq., centrally
located near tho comer of Fort and
Merchant Streets. For paitlcnlars, ap
ply cither by letter or otherwise to
DR. STANOENWALD, Merchant St.
MRS. J. P. BOWEN, late of New
York, has opened nn Art Necdlo
Work and Drcfs-making establishment
over Frank GortzM beot and lOioe store,
No. 103 Fort Street. Kensington. Arra
acne, piienillnnnd Ribbon work, Plastic
Clay and Kensington Painting taught.
Stamping and designing done In the
host manner at ii'aonablo rates. 20 2w
Central Park SRatina RlnR
Corner Ceretania & Punchbowl Streets.
This Splendid Rink,
Having the best of floors, Is open every
AFTERNOON and EVENING
t3T of tho week. -Ba
Tuesday and Friday evenings, and Wed.
ncsday afternoon. Assiduous attention
paid to tho comfort nnd pleasure of all
Adminion 25 cents, no other charge.
12T Just received, large assortment of
Skates. Patrons will bo furnished
either B & B Club or Stiap Skates.
1019 3m D. 1. SMITH, Proprietor.
VI II. 11. lJAlinEIt, Into manager of
1JL tho Astor lloucc, begs to nnnounec
to his friends ami tho public In general
Hud ho hni purchnscd the Saratoga
Il'iiiMs, and will ro-open on Sunday,
Jl.ij- 2 Ith. I'lraUhisi board by tho
week, mouth or transient, Special ac
commodation for ladles and families.
Rending Parlors open for guests of the
house. Tho coolest dining rooms In tho
city. No flics. 20 2in
Mallneo with Mutlc every Wednesday Alter
noon. May 29, Fancy Skating, gentlemen, for
gold and silver medals;
June 2, 'Wheelbarrow Race, gentlemen,
Juno 5, Grand BonJlon Party. 25 td
C. BREWER & GO.
Oiler for Sale to arrive per
Bark Amy Turner,
From Boston, due
JTUIY 1st, 1885.
Franklin Stove Coal ln.Casks,
'(J bbls Crushed Sugar,
Cases Frazer's Axle Uiease,
do Hoc Handles,
Bbls No 1 Rosin,
bbls Wilmington Tar,
Bales Navy Oakum,
Cases Ex Lard OH,
Grindstones,, Iron Safes,
Bbls Dairy Salt,
Bbls Cement, l-lf and 2 in Ox Bowh,
Cases Axe and Pick Handles,
Cumberland Coal In bulk,
Oak Lumber, Whiie Wood Lumber,
Walnut Lumber, Ash Lumber,
Eastern White Pine Lumber,
Cases Tinned Tomatoes,
Electrio &. Downer's Kerosene Oil,
Ketchup and Codfish Balls, i
Cases Clam Chowder,
Fish Chowder and Gherkins,
Cases Sausage Meat,
Cases Huckln's Tomato Soup,
Cases " Mock Turtle Soup,
Buckets, Lime Wash Boards,
Cases Chairs, Cotton Waste,
Cases Yellow Metal Sheathing,
Keg's Yellow M. SheathingXlailfl,
Bbls Twine, Bales Duck,
Hide Poison, Linseed Oil,
Cases Brown Soap,
y, bbls Mineral Paint,
Book Cases, Assorted,
Extension Top Carriages,
Drums of Caustic Soda.
House Furnishing Goods,
Tinware, Oil Stoves.
All marked down in order to
clear out this immense stock.
1,000 doz. Fancy Dress Buttons,
at iu cts per dozen.
HAMMOCKS, from $1.75.
I Popular Vocal Music, !J Sheets
for 10 Cents.
Lamps, in all
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Temiiti Skain BiiiL